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Auction archive: Lot number 163

GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS-- The Athenians being Correspondence between Thomas Jefferson Hogg and his friends Thomas Love Peacock, Leigh Hunt, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Others , edited by Walter Sidney Scott, London: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1943, 4 in 8...

Auction 17.12.1999
17 Dec 1999
Estimate
£150 - £250
ca. US$242 - US$403
Price realised:
£115
ca. US$185
Auction archive: Lot number 163

GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS-- The Athenians being Correspondence between Thomas Jefferson Hogg and his friends Thomas Love Peacock, Leigh Hunt, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Others , edited by Walter Sidney Scott, London: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1943, 4 in 8...

Auction 17.12.1999
17 Dec 1999
Estimate
£150 - £250
ca. US$242 - US$403
Price realised:
£115
ca. US$185
Beschreibung:

GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS-- The Athenians being Correspondence between Thomas Jefferson Hogg and his friends Thomas Love Peacock, Leigh Hunt, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Others , edited by Walter Sidney Scott, London: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1943, 4 in 8s, Perpetua type, title printed in red and black, collotype portrait frontispiece of Hogg, 4 full-page collotype illustrations of letters, original crushed tan morocco by Leighton-Straker, the spine titled and decorated in gilt, gilt turn-ins (spine lightly faded, very light scuffing, boards slightly bowed), t.e.g. LIMITED TO 350 COPIES, THIS NO. 40 OF 50 SPECIALLY BOUND WITH COLLOTYPE REPRODUCTIONS OF LETTERS, SIGNED BY SCOTT. Cockalorum 158.

Auction archive: Lot number 163
Auction:
Datum:
17 Dec 1999
Auction house:
Christie's
London, South Kensington
Beschreibung:

GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS-- The Athenians being Correspondence between Thomas Jefferson Hogg and his friends Thomas Love Peacock, Leigh Hunt, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Others , edited by Walter Sidney Scott, London: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1943, 4 in 8s, Perpetua type, title printed in red and black, collotype portrait frontispiece of Hogg, 4 full-page collotype illustrations of letters, original crushed tan morocco by Leighton-Straker, the spine titled and decorated in gilt, gilt turn-ins (spine lightly faded, very light scuffing, boards slightly bowed), t.e.g. LIMITED TO 350 COPIES, THIS NO. 40 OF 50 SPECIALLY BOUND WITH COLLOTYPE REPRODUCTIONS OF LETTERS, SIGNED BY SCOTT. Cockalorum 158.

Auction archive: Lot number 163
Auction:
Datum:
17 Dec 1999
Auction house:
Christie's
London, South Kensington
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