1894 Maud Marian, Artist; or, The Studio Mariano
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First Edition, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding, Very Scarce
Illustrated with a frontispiece and five further plates.
A lovely volume from the 'Girl's Own Bookshelf' series, following a young female artist in the late nineteenth century.
A publication of The Religious Tract Society, a British evangelical Christian organization founded in 1799 and known for publishing a variety of popular religious and quasi-religious texts in the 19th century. The society engaged in charity as well as commercial enterprise, publishing books and periodicals for profit.
With a sixteen page publisher's catalogue to the rear.
Undated; dated 1894 via Jisc.
In the publisher's original pictorial cloth binding. Bumping to back strip head and tail, with minor discolouration to back strip. Otherwise, externally lovely. Front hinge starting, with board holding firm. Internally, generally firmly bound, though strained towards start of text block. Pages clean and bright.
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