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G. K ChestertonG.K. Chesterton Minerva Editions: 10 Volumes. Heretics. A Miscellany of Men. The Flying Nun. The Uses of Diversity. Charles Dickens. Tremendous Trifles. All Things Considered. Alarms and Discursions. Fancies Versus Fads. Orthodoxy.
$495.00
Hardcover
Publisher: The Library Press, 1928
Used - Very Good. Ten volumes bound in blue leatherette and stamped in decoratve gilt. Top edge gilt. Heretics volume signed by G. K. Chesterton. Former owner's lovely art deco book plate is on the front pastedown of each volume. The former owner of the set was Rufus William Rauch, a well known and respected theologian at Notre Dame. Bindings tight. Boards show a touch of mild shelf wear at the corners. Text block shows some expected age tanning. A touch of fading to edge gilt. Overall, a...
Empire Books, IOBA
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Chesterton, G.KOrthodoxy
$1,400.00
Hardcover
Publisher: John Lane, 1908
Used - Good. This book is unique in that it has a letter from Chesterton affixed to a Free end page. It is signed and dated on his personal letterhead with the text typed. It is written to H.W. Baldwin of Canada and discussed Prussianism. It is dated May 30, 1918 before the end of WW1. H.C Baldwin went on to become an aide to MackKenzie King the Canadian Prime Minister. The book itself is in well worn condition with all tips frayed as well as the spine ends. The letter and signature are the...
Howe Island Books
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G. K ChestertonG.K. Chesterton Minerva Editions: 10 Volumes. Heretics. A Miscellany of Men. The Flying Nun. The Uses of Diversity. Charles Dickens. Tremendous Trifles. All Things Considered. Alarms and Discursions. Fancies Versus Fads. Orthodoxy
$495.00
Publisher: The Library Press, 1928
The Library Press, 1928-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. Ten volumes bound in blue leatherette and stamped in decoratve gilt. Top edge gilt. Heretics volume signed by G. K. Chesterton. Former owner's lovely art deco book plate is on the front pastedown of each volume. The former owner of the set was Rufus William Rauch, a well known and respected theologian at Notre Dame. Bindings tight. Boards show a touch of mild shelf wear at the corners. Text block shows some expected age tanning. A...
Empire Books
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