Leather Bound "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" and Other Books
|Title and Author/Editor:||The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen (Rudolph Erich Raspe; introduction by Thomas Seccombe, undated), The Randolphs (Pansy, undated), Essays: Critical and Imaginative Volumes III–IV (Professor Wilson, 1857), The Greatest Street in the World (Stephen Jenkins, 1912), Das Bildwerk: Eine Anleitung zum Erleben von Werken der Baukunst, Bildhauerei und Malerei (Max Deri, 1924)|
|Genre:||Fantasy, Historical Fiction|
|Binding:||Embossed leather, Half leather with marbled boards, Three quarter leather with cloth boards, One quarter leather with paper boards|
|Publisher:||Chelsea Publishing Co., Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft, William Blackwood and Sons, G. P. Putnam’s Sons|
|Period:||Mid to Late 19th Century, Late 19th/ Early 20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||London, Berlin, Edinburgh, New York|
|Number of Books:||6|
- wear to covers with dings, sunning, missing spine material, bowing, bumped corners, splits to gutters, rubbed edges and soiling; sticker to one front cover; cocked spines, detached front board, cracked or broken hinges, loose and detached pages; ex. library with call numbers to spines, stamping, bookplates and hole punching to two volumes; tears, soiling and chipping to text pages; tanning, foxing and fading to text blocks and text edges; conditions vary per volume.
- measures The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen.