1902-1912 The Cambridge Modern History and The Cambridge Modern Atlas 13 Volumes
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Early Edition, Publishers' Original Binding
Early edition of the Cambridge Modern History Series and The Cambridge Modern History Atlas in uniform blue cloth bindings.
'Modern History' is complete in twelve volumes, planned by Lord Acton and edited by A. W. Ward, G. W. Prothero, and Stanley Leathers.
Includes 'Modern History Atlas' to complete this lovely thirteen volume set.
Includes the following works:
Volume I, The Renaissance (1902)
Volume II, The Reformation (1903)
Volume III, The Wars of Religion (1904)
Volume IV, The Thirty Years’ War (1906)
Volume V, The Age of Louis XIV (1908)
Volume VI, The Eighteenth Century (1909)
Volume VII, The United States (1903)
Volume VIII, The French Revolution (1904)
Volume IX, Napoleon (1906)
Volume X, The Restoration (1907)
Volume XI, The Growth of Nationalities (1909)
Volume XII, The Latest Age (1910)
The Cambridge Modern History Atlas (1912)
Some volumes have prior owner's book plate to the front pastedown, and all have 'Layton Library' stamps to the first free endpapers.
In the original publisher's cloth bindings. Externally, smart to very smart. Mostly very smart, with some minor bumping to the heads and tails of the spines and to the extremities, with some slight wear to the cloth in these areas as a result. The spines are faded to Volume I, II, III, and VII. To the 'Atlas', the binding is slightly worn and the spine is beginning to detach. Some volumes have prior owner's book plate to the front pastedown, and all have 'Layton Library' stamps to the first free endpapers. Internally, firmly bound. The pages are bright and clean with the occasional spot.
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