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Extracts from The Essex Review

By Various Authors

1908-1914 - London - The Essex Review

9" by 6"; 12pp; 9pp; 12pp; 15pp; 15pp; 17pp; 16pp; 14pp


 

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A collection of essays from the Essex Review.

Comprising of the following:

The Sampler by Florence Lewer from Volume XVII July 1908
The Flail by H W Lewer from Volume XVII October 1908
The Poet of Husbandry by H W Lewer, volume XVIII, April 1909
A True Lover of Ingenuity by H W Lewer, Volume XIX January 1910
Thomas Frye and Bow China by H W Lewer from Vol XX January 1911
John Browne of Finchingfield Engraver and Etcher by H W Lewer from Vol XXI October 1912
The King's Book of Sports Sunday Games by H W Lewer from Vol XXII October 1913
John Hall of Wivenhoe Historical Engraver to King George the Third by H W Lewer from Vol XXIII April 1914

This work contains several separate reprints of essays from the Essex Review. Bookplate to the front pastedown indicates that this book belonged to the library of the Essex Archaeological Society.

All works but one are by Henry William Lewer, with the first being written by Florence Lewer.

CONDITION

In a full cloth binding. Externally, generally smart with rubbing to the head and tail of spine and to the extremities. Spine has browned. Bumping to the head and tail of spine. Bookplate of prior owner to the front pastedown, Essex Archaeological society. Shelf number written to the front pastedown also. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are slightly age toned. Small tidemark to paper wraps of John Browne not affecting text. Prior owner's inscription to the front wrap of most sections. Final leaf is severely browned. Instances of light scattered spots. Overall: VERY GOOD.


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