The Works of Oliver Goldsmith Complete in Ten Volumes
Goldsmith, Oliver

New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1908. F The Turk's Head limited edition, this # 405; Including the poems, essays, miscellanies, dramatic works, biographies, and more; edited by Peter Cunningham, with a biographical and critical introduction by Horatio Sheafe Krans; with eighty photogravures from original designs by Frederick Simpson Coburn; well-printed at the Knickerbocker Press; Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774) Irish-born & educated author, friend of Dr. Samuel Johnson, whose works are still produced and widely read, "...Tourism in central Ireland proudly touts its 'Goldsmith country', to attract visitors to the region still haunted by this elusive genius..." (John A. Dussinger in the DNB); bound in sturdy red polished buckram cloth, top edges gilt, all others deckle, paper spine title-labels; some edge, tips wear to the bindings, a few with some spottiness of cloth color in areas; still solidly bound, the contents clean; a solid set in very good condition. NOTE for shipping: This set weighs approximately 22 pounds with the packaging. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 23557)


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