Illustrated "Everybody's Cyclopedia" Complete Five-Volume Set, 1912
|Title and Author/Editor||Everybody’s Cyclopedia (Edited by Charles Leonard-Stuart and George J. Hagar)|
|Genre||Dictionaries and Encyclopedia|
|Type of Illustration||Halftone, Woodcut|
|Binding||Cloth on board|
|Publisher or Printer||Syndicate Publishing Company|
|Period||1910s, Antique, Early 20th Century|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|Ex-Libris||Walter S. Flynn|
|Number of Books||5|
- shaken spines with generally tight bindings with some loose pages and splitting gutters; loose hinges; rubbing, fraying, marks, scuffs, stains, and wear to boards; bumped spines; wear to interior hinges; page toning; bookplates to front pastedowns.
- measures one volume.