The Vicar Of Wakefield; To Which Is Annexed The Deserted Village. Oliver Goldsmith.

The Vicar Of Wakefield; To Which Is Annexed The Deserted Village

Exeter N.H. J. & B. Williams, 1828. Hardcover. 32mo; pp; (iv), 288; illustrated with a frontispiece and an illustrated half-title, Added t.p., with vignette, dated 1827; full black morocco, spine lettered and decorated in gilt. Light edge wear. Very good. Item #18691

Nicely printed and very well designed, in very good or better condition. The Williams Brothers were very successful Printers, "In 1831 the print shop of J & B Williams was visited by a reporter for the Exeter News-Letter who walked away soundly impressed. “We believe that few of our townsmen are aware of the extensive business which is effected at this establishment.” The Williams brothers were producing 250,000 ‘handsomely bound’ volumes annually, including 10,000 copies of Scott’s Napoleon. They also sold blank and ruled books for general and merchant use.

Price: $30.00

See all items in Imprints & Printers, Literature
See all items by