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London: Published by Sotheby Parke Bernet Publications in Association with the Trustees of The Dickens House, (1975). 1st edition. INSCRIBED by Slater on the t.p. [dated 1987]. xvi, 299, [1 (blank)] pp (including index). Profusely illustrated in black & white. 8vo. Green cloth stamped in gilt. Mustard yellow dust jacket...
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1921. 1st US edition. xii, 251, [1 (blank)] pp (including Index). 30 illustrations. 8vo. Original publisher's red cloth binding, with gilt stamped lettering to spine, and stamped in blind to front board. No dust jacket. The title says it all, and compiled by a through-n-through Dickensian.
Cambridge: The Bibliophile Society, 1910. 1st edition, 1st issue. Limited to 483 cc. 90 pp. Illustrated. 8vo. Half-bound with parchment & brown paper-wrapped boards; gilt spine lettering. A Bibliophile Society publication, from the collection of Mr. Smith.
London: Cecil Palmer, 1930. 1st trade edition (NCBEL III, 840). vi, , 216 pp. Crown 8vo. Red cloth binding. Red dust jacket. With the Publication of Charles Dickens' Original MSS on "The Condition of the Working Classes," together with his Original Letter to Dr Southwood Smith on "The Condition of the Poor"
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1889. 1st edition thus. 252 pp. Facsimile letter. Sm. 8vo. Brown cloth binding with red leather spine label. TEG. This the first one-volume edition drawn from the 3 volume set issued in the early 1880s.