London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd, 1929. 1st printing of the revised edition. 264 pp (including Index). Illustrated. 12mo. Blue cloth binding. No dust jacket. Includes settings used by Dickens in his novels.
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London: Wiley & Putnam, 1843. 1st edition (NCBEL III, 822; Gimbel H490). 392 pp. 8vo. Contemporary red leather with red cloth boards & marbled eps. Original cloth casing bound in at rear. Wood's attempt to make a 'splash', using as a foil Dickens' account of his trip to the US...
London: Wiley & Putnam, 1843. 1st edition (NCBEL III, 822; Gimbel H490; Kitton 534). 392 pp. 8vo. Late 19th C. 3/4 green morocco binding, by Riviere & Son, with marbled paper boards. Elaborate gilt decorated spine. TEG. Wood's attempt to make a 'splash', using as a foil Dickens' account of...
London: The Dickens House, (various). 1st printing. Divers paginations. Illustrated. 8vo. Green wrappers, stapled. Many issues in stock, from as early as 1905, and prices vary according to age & condition, with the listed price as a minimum. Annual volumes are listed individually, and the listings can be found in...
London: Chapman & Hall, (n.d.). 1st ed. 48 pp. Profusely illustrated with 8 portraits, 37 illustrations, & facsimiles of his handwriting & autographs. 8vo. Blue cloth boards with original green wrappers bound-in. Circa 1902. A thinly disguised advertising promo for the works of Chapman & Hall's most famous author.
New York: McLoughlin Brothers, (n. d.). Circa late 19th C. / early 20th C. 128 pp. Chromolithographed frontispiece. Intratextual wood engravings. 8vo. Green cloth bindnig with black & gilt stamping to front board. Title blindstamped to spine.
New York: The Anderson Galleries, . 1st edition. 105 pp. Illustrated with plates. 8vo. Printed paper wrappers, stapled. Yapp edges.
New York: American Art Association, 1926. 1st edition. Unpaginated. Illustrated. 8vo. Half-leather binding with marbled boards. Original paper wrappers bound in. 329 entries on Dickens material.
New York: The Grolier Club, 1913. 1st edition. 220 pp, 8vo. Cream printed wrappers.
Letchworth: Privately Printed, 1936. 1st ed (NCBEL III, 782). 108 pp, illustrated, sm. 4to. Stiff green wrappers. Pictorial paste-down of Boz on front wrapper. Sawyer a prominent collector from the early 20th c.
London: Marks & Co., 1928. 1st ed. 20 pp, 8vo. Green wrappers.
London: British Museum, 1960. 1st edition thus. Unpaginated, though 2 columns per page, numbered 237 - 378. Folio. 34 cm x 22.5 cm. Buff printed wrappers. A useful reference for Dickens' publications, especially foreign translations.
(n. p.): Privately Printed, 1936. 1st edition. 108 pp. Sm. 4to. 3/4 Morocco binding. Sawyer a prominent collector from the early 20th c. This catalogue of his collection is somewhat difficult to find, and this a nicely bound version with the original wraps retained.
Los Altos CA: William Kaufmann Inc, 1978. 1st edition. 252 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. A history of issues important to authors, e.g., copyright, royalties, etc. This volume covers the period from the Introductionof Printing to the Copyright Act of 1911. Dickens, of course, was very active with regard to...
London: Society of Authors, 1978. 1st edition. 252 pp, 8vo. Pictorial wrappers. A history of issues important to authors, e.g., copyright, royalties, etc. This volume covers the period from the Introductionof Printing to the Copyright Act of 1911. Dickens, of course, was very active with regard to the copyright issue.
London: Published by B. Pollock, 73, Hoxton Street, Hoxton. (n. d.). 1st printing thus. Cf. Gimbel C35; Suzanette Catalogue, E.35 [showing this illustration]; Suzanette TREASURES, 30 [also showing this image]; VanderPoel B109(1), all for the entire publication. Single sheet, printed recto only. Wood engraved printing, with 7 characters from Dickens'...
New York: New York Printing Co. (The Republic Press) Publishers, (1891). 1st edition thus, Revised and Freshened with Notes by the Author. 45,  pp. Index at rear. Partially unopened. Frontis of Depew. Oblong format: 8" x 9-3/8". Original publisher's blue cloth spine over silver patterned paper covered boards with...
NY: Emerson, (1971). 1st edition. 255 pp (including index), 8vo.
Newton Abbot: David & Charles, (1980). 1st edition. 256 pp (including index). 249 illustrations. 8vo. Brown cloth binding with gold spine lettering. Light brown dust jacket.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1962. pp 149 - 161. 8vo. Blue printed wrappers. Publication of Professor Butt's address given on February 6th, 1962 in connection with an exhibit from the Gimbel collection in commeration of the 150th anniversary of Dickens' birth.
Edinburgh: At the University Press, 1969. 1st edition. 172 pp (including index), sm 8vo. A posthumous collection of essays delivered at various times throughout Professor Butt's career.
London: J. W. Jarvis & Son, 1883. 1st edition (NCBEL III, 789). Pailthorpe etching of Sam Weller as frontis. 8vo. Green cloth binding; original grey wrappers bound in.
London: J. W. Jarvis & Son, 1883. 1st edition (NCBEL III, 789). INSCRIBED PRESENTATION copy "With the compiler's compliments" inked at the top of the front wrapper. Pailthorpe etching of Sam Weller as frontis. 8vo. Original printed grey paper wrappers. Chemised, and housed in a custom slipcase.
London: Field & Tuer; The Leadenhall Press, (n.d.). 35 pp, 4to. Blue cloth. The later printing that lacks the Christie Auction catalogue. Useful for Dexter's "Hints"
New York: Frederick Stokes, . 1st US edition. xvi, 350 pp (including Index). Frontis of Dickens. 8vo. Blue cloth binding lettered in gilt. No dust jacket.