SIR ROGER DE COVERLY AND OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE SPECTATOR WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HM BROCK. Joseph Addison, Richard Steele, HM Brock.
SIR ROGER DE COVERLY AND OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE SPECTATOR WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HM BROCK
SIR ROGER DE COVERLY AND OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE SPECTATOR WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HM BROCK
SIR ROGER DE COVERLY AND OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE SPECTATOR WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HM BROCK
SIR ROGER DE COVERLY AND OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE SPECTATOR WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HM BROCK
SIR ROGER DE COVERLY AND OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE SPECTATOR WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HM BROCK

SIR ROGER DE COVERLY AND OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE SPECTATOR WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HM BROCK

London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1905. 1905 Reprint. 16mo; xi, 310 pg; VG; bound in 3/4 dark blue leather on blue cloth; gilt lettering on the spine; gilt seal on front cover; gilt seams between the leather and cloth; top edge of text block gilt; boards have mild wear including some rubbing to the joints as well as the corners; cloth is beginning to lift on the top and bottom of the rear board; browning to the textblock; shelve front case.

9-26-1318342

Shelved Dupont Bookstore

Price: $80

NOTES

Roger De Coverley is a character featured in the literary publication The Spectator, founded by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele, in England, in 1711.