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Lot 239: Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went . . . [SIGNED]

1014: Rare Books & Manuscripts

by Addison & Sarova Auctioneers

05 November 2016

Macon, GA, USA

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  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
  • Trollope. How the Mastiffs Went  . . . [SIGNED]
   
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Description: Trollope, Anthony. HOW THE "MASTIFFS" WENT TO ICELAND. London: Virtue & Co. 1878. 11" x 8.5". Illustrated with lithographed map, 14 plain lithographed plates by Mrs. Blackburn, 2 mounted photographic plates with printed captions, noting one plate detached and laid down onto rear endpaper. Housed in original folder and slipcase. Folder broken, slipcase with cracking, tearing, and old paper title label. Original cloth stamped in gilt. Cloth with toning and rubbing, spine ends and corners frayed and worn. Gutters lightly cracked, some thumbing and soiling, a few instances of foxing, a couple of plates with small stain to corner, Good. ******************************* First edition. Presentation copy signed by John Burns (host of the party) and with signature of Anthony Trollope tipped onto front endpaper. The Mastiff was a yacht belonging to John Burns, later Lord Inverclyde, in which Trollope sailed to Iceland. The work was issued privately at Burns' expense.

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