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Title(s):

Three gems in one setting / [illustrated] by A.L. Bond.

Published/Created:
London (Paternoster Row) : W. Kent & Co., [1860]
([London] (10 Old Bailey E.C.) : David Brand, Chromo. Lith.)
Physical Description:
18 leaves : color illustrations ; 22 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PR1173 B66
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Each leaf protected by a guard sheet.
Brit. Mus. Gen. Cat. vol 23, page 258
McLean, R. Victorian publishers' bookbindings, p. 118.
Original publisher's binding: Purple cloth, front with five recessed panels, stamped in gold in a Moorish pattern; chromolithographed paper onlay in central panel; bevelled edge boards; dark brown endpapers; all edges gilt. Back cover stamped in blind without panels.
Subject Terms:
Bookbinding -- Specimens.
Bookbinding.
Form/Genre:
Specimens.
Chromolithographs -- Specimens -- Great Britain -- 1860.
Gold blocked bindings -- Specimens -- Great Britain -- 1860.
Onlays -- Color -- Specimens -- Great Britain -- 1860.
Binders' tickets -- Specimens -- Great Britain -- 1860.
Booksellers' labels -- Specimens -- Scotland -- 1860.
Booksellers' labels -- Specimens -- Great Britain -- 1860.
chromolithographs.
onlays (applied decoration)
panels (ornament areas)
Contributors:
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892. Poet's song.
Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844. Field flowers.
Hemans, Mrs., 1793-1835. Pilgrim fathers.
Bond, A. L. (Anne Lydia), illustrator.
W. Kent and Co., publisher.
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  • The poet's song / Tennyson
  • Field flowers / Campbell
  • Pilgrim fathers / Mrs. Hemans.

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