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Lot 13: THACKERAY, W. M. (1811-1863). The memoirs of Mr Charles James Yellowplush. The diary  of G. Jeames de la Pluche Esq. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1856. 8vo. (Occasional light spotting). Original yellow illustrated wrappers  (chipped with some loss to spine, lightly browned and spotted). FIRST EDITION. With a small collection  of works with related interest. Including 6 instalments  of  Mrs. Alfred GATTY’s  Aunt Judy’s Magazine. London: George Bell & Sons, [1873-74]. 8vo. (occasional light spotting). Original light blue illustrated wrappers (chipped with minor loss to spine, lightly browned, stained and spotted) and Frederick Gustavus BURNABY’s  A ride across the channel and other adventures in the air, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington , 1882. 8vo.  (Lacking all before pp. 7-128, including title-page,  (light spotting). FIRST and ONLY EDITION. British army intelligence officer and a legendary Victorian hero. He travelled across Europe and Asia, mastering the art of ballooning. Sold not subject to return. (11)

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by Chiswick Auctions

March 22, 2017

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • THACKERAY, W. M. (1811-1863). The memoirs of Mr Charles James Yellowplush. The diary  of G. Jeames de la Pluche Esq. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1856. 8vo. (Occasional light spotting). Original yellow illustrated wrappers  (chipped with some loss to spine, lightly browned and spotted). FIRST EDITION. With a small collection  of works with related interest. Including 6 instalments  of  Mrs. Alfred GATTY’s  Aunt Judy’s Magazine. London: George Bell & Sons, [1873-74]. 8vo. (occasional light spotting). Original light blue illustrated wrappers (chipped with minor loss to spine, lightly browned, stained and spotted) and Frederick Gustavus BURNABY’s  A ride across the channel and other adventures in the air, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington , 1882. 8vo.  (Lacking all before pp. 7-128, including title-page,  (light spotting). FIRST and ONLY EDITION. British army intelligence officer and a legendary Victorian hero. He travelled across Europe and Asia, mastering the art of ballooning. Sold not subject to return. (11)
  • THACKERAY, W. M. (1811-1863). The memoirs of Mr Charles James Yellowplush. The diary  of G. Jeames de la Pluche Esq. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1856. 8vo. (Occasional light spotting). Original yellow illustrated wrappers  (chipped with some loss to spine, lightly browned and spotted). FIRST EDITION. With a small collection  of works with related interest. Including 6 instalments  of  Mrs. Alfred GATTY’s  Aunt Judy’s Magazine. London: George Bell & Sons, [1873-74]. 8vo. (occasional light spotting). Original light blue illustrated wrappers (chipped with minor loss to spine, lightly browned, stained and spotted) and Frederick Gustavus BURNABY’s  A ride across the channel and other adventures in the air, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington , 1882. 8vo.  (Lacking all before pp. 7-128, including title-page,  (light spotting). FIRST and ONLY EDITION. British army intelligence officer and a legendary Victorian hero. He travelled across Europe and Asia, mastering the art of ballooning. Sold not subject to return. (11)
  • THACKERAY, W. M. (1811-1863). The memoirs of Mr Charles James Yellowplush. The diary  of G. Jeames de la Pluche Esq. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1856. 8vo. (Occasional light spotting). Original yellow illustrated wrappers  (chipped with some loss to spine, lightly browned and spotted). FIRST EDITION. With a small collection  of works with related interest. Including 6 instalments  of  Mrs. Alfred GATTY’s  Aunt Judy’s Magazine. London: George Bell & Sons, [1873-74]. 8vo. (occasional light spotting). Original light blue illustrated wrappers (chipped with minor loss to spine, lightly browned, stained and spotted) and Frederick Gustavus BURNABY’s  A ride across the channel and other adventures in the air, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington , 1882. 8vo.  (Lacking all before pp. 7-128, including title-page,  (light spotting). FIRST and ONLY EDITION. British army intelligence officer and a legendary Victorian hero. He travelled across Europe and Asia, mastering the art of ballooning. Sold not subject to return. (11)
  • THACKERAY, W. M. (1811-1863). The memoirs of Mr Charles James Yellowplush. The diary  of G. Jeames de la Pluche Esq. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1856. 8vo. (Occasional light spotting). Original yellow illustrated wrappers  (chipped with some loss to spine, lightly browned and spotted). FIRST EDITION. With a small collection  of works with related interest. Including 6 instalments  of  Mrs. Alfred GATTY’s  Aunt Judy’s Magazine. London: George Bell & Sons, [1873-74]. 8vo. (occasional light spotting). Original light blue illustrated wrappers (chipped with minor loss to spine, lightly browned, stained and spotted) and Frederick Gustavus BURNABY’s  A ride across the channel and other adventures in the air, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington , 1882. 8vo.  (Lacking all before pp. 7-128, including title-page,  (light spotting). FIRST and ONLY EDITION. British army intelligence officer and a legendary Victorian hero. He travelled across Europe and Asia, mastering the art of ballooning. Sold not subject to return. (11)
  • THACKERAY, W. M. (1811-1863). The memoirs of Mr Charles James Yellowplush. The diary  of G. Jeames de la Pluche Esq. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1856. 8vo. (Occasional light spotting). Original yellow illustrated wrappers  (chipped with some loss to spine, lightly browned and spotted). FIRST EDITION. With a small collection  of works with related interest. Including 6 instalments  of  Mrs. Alfred GATTY’s  Aunt Judy’s Magazine. London: George Bell & Sons, [1873-74]. 8vo. (occasional light spotting). Original light blue illustrated wrappers (chipped with minor loss to spine, lightly browned, stained and spotted) and Frederick Gustavus BURNABY’s  A ride across the channel and other adventures in the air, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington , 1882. 8vo.  (Lacking all before pp. 7-128, including title-page,  (light spotting). FIRST and ONLY EDITION. British army intelligence officer and a legendary Victorian hero. He travelled across Europe and Asia, mastering the art of ballooning. Sold not subject to return. (11)
   
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Description: THACKERAY, W. M. (1811-1863). The memoirs of Mr Charles James Yellowplush. The diary  of G. Jeames de la Pluche Esq. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1856. 8vo. (Occasional light spotting). Original yellow illustrated wrappers  (chipped with some loss to spine, lightly browned and spotted). FIRST EDITION. With a small collection  of works with related interest. Including 6 instalments  of  Mrs. Alfred GATTY’s  Aunt Judy’s Magazine. London: George Bell & Sons, [1873-74]. 8vo. (occasional light spotting). Original light blue illustrated wrappers (chipped with minor loss to spine, lightly browned, stained and spotted) and Frederick Gustavus BURNABY’s  A ride across the channel and other adventures in the air, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington , 1882. 8vo.  (Lacking all before pp. 7-128, including title-page,  (light spotting). FIRST and ONLY EDITION. British army intelligence officer and a legendary Victorian hero. He travelled across Europe and Asia, mastering the art of ballooning. Sold not subject to return. (11)

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