Author:DICKENS, Charles

Sort

Showing 1-37 of 37

Image for Dombey and Son

Dombey and Son

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $33.50

Publisher: London, Chapman and Hall:

Stock No.: 74491

Condition: Good with no dust jacket


Later edition, in one volume, of one of Mr. Dickens' most-loved works. Formerly property of a library, the sole indicator of which is an accession slip pasted to the front pastedown. In the so-called 'Charles Dickens Edition' with full green cloth-covered boards with black decorations and lettering, titling on spine in gilt. Interior bears 8 b&w engravings by 'Phiz' (pseudonym of Hablot Knight Browne). Volume is slightly loose but intact, with rubbed cover extremities (especially at spine ends). Interior with much foxing; prev. owner's penciling at front free endpaper. Undated edition, but lik... View more info

Image for Barnaby Rudge -and- The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2 Volumes bound as one; Charles Dickens' Complete Works: The People's Edition)

Barnaby Rudge -and- The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2 Volumes bound as one; Charles Dickens' Complete Works: The People's Edition)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Boston, Estes and Lauriat: 1881

Stock No.: 80480

Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket


An 1881 illustrated reprint edition presenting two novels by Charles Dickens (1812-1870). "Barnaby Rudge" was first published serially beginning in 1841 and was a historical novel set in 1775. "Edwin Drood" appeared in 1870 and was the last Dickens novel. It was not completed as the author passed away before it could be finished. Issued as part of publisher's Charles Dickens' Complete Works: The People's Edition series. With 200 black and white engraved illustrations by Cruikshank, Phiz, Barnard and others. --- In brown cloth-covered boards with spine titling & elaborate decora... View more info

Image for The Short Stories of Charles Dickens

The Short Stories of Charles Dickens

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $29.00

Publisher: Norwalk, Connecticut, The Heritage Press: 1971

Stock No.: 82845

Condition: Near Fine


Sixteen short stories by Charles Dickens in a handsome illustrated Heritage Press edition in slipcase. Stories selected, and with an introduction by Walter Allen. Illustrations in color and black & white by Edward Ardizzone. --- In full rust cloth-covered boards with "D" and elaborate decorations to cover, both in gilt. Titling in gilt on black spine block. Slipcase covered in maroon paper. Sandglass flyer laid in (Norwalk, no. IX: 36). --- Overall, volume is in excellent shape, clean, unmarked and bright. Slipcase also in excellent condition but with slight rubbing.; Octavo (8 to 9 in... View more info

Image for The Boys of Dickens Retold

The Boys of Dickens Retold

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $19.00

Publisher: New York, McLoughlin Bros.:

Stock No.: 73565

Condition: Good with no dust jacket


In full mustard cloth-covered boards w/illustrated cover. Interior bears color illustration at front, and black & white illustrations thoughout, by unattributed artist(s). Front cover is loose, but overall volume is relatively tight and intact. With wear at cover edges. Tales are re-told by editors, who aren't credited in this undated volume, likely issued late 19th to early 20th century. A work of a bygone era, with thumbnail sketches of David Copperfield, Oliver Twist, Paul Dombey, Tiny Tim and others that a modern child might well enjoy. ; tall 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 139 pages View more info

Image for Charles Dickens' David Copperfield

Charles Dickens' David Copperfield

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $14.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, John C. Winston: 1948

Edition: Book Club Edition

Stock No.: 72385

Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket


Appealing illustrated (by Everett Shinn) copy of famed work by Mr Dickens. With introduction by W. Somerset Maugham. In full blue cloth covers, extensively illustrated; mostly in b&w and some in color. With bumped corner, some edgewear. Interior clean & tight. ; Ten Greatest Novels of the World; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 423 pages View more info

Image for A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Norwalk, Connecticut, The Heritage Press: 1966

Stock No.: 82844

Condition: Near Fine


The twelfth novel of Charles Dickens focuses on the French Revolution and is presented here in a handsome illustrated reprint edition with slipcase. With illustrations in color and at chapter heads in black & white by René Ben Sussan; and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. Sandglass flyer laid in (Norwalk, no. II-ARL: 45). --- In light blue variant cloth-covered boards with elaborate design in black to cover, titling in gilt on black spine block. Volume protected in blue paper-covered slipcase. --- A clean, tightly-bound, bright copy lacking apparent damages. Structurally sound slip... View more info

Image for Dickens' Stories About Children

Dickens' Stories About Children

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Encyclopedia Americana: [c1950s]

Stock No.: 76969

Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


With an introduction by Elizabeth Lodor Merchant and illustrations by Clara M. Burd. An excellent way to introduce children to the great Charles Dickens with this series of excerpts from his works. --- In maroon paper-covered boards with maple leaf design on cover and spine; gilt-stamped spine titling. Volume bears 1929 date but likely published c1950s. Lacks a dust jacket. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; xiii, 274 pages View more info

Image for David Copperfield (Modern Library #110.3)

David Copperfield (Modern Library #110.3)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, The Modern Library:

Stock No.: 75508

Condition: Good with no dust jacket


A good reading copy of author's classic. In Toledano #8 spine, rust cloth-covered boards w/black and gilt decorations and lettering, cover & spine. With illustrations by 'Phiz'. Undated, but likely published c.1950-1970. Volume clean and unmarked inside but with a few soiled spots on covers. Leaves have separated at rear of volume, exposing webbing. Lacks a dust jacket. ; xii, 923 pages View more info

Image for The Adventures of Oliver Twist

The Adventures of Oliver Twist

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $52.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Illustrated Bookshelf [The Heritage Press]: 1939

Stock No.: 83179

Condition: Very Good-


An early Heritage Illustrated Bookshelf (a Heritage Press forerunner) edition of the second novel by Charles Dickens, which is set in the criminal world of London. Illustrated with 8 marvelous color autolithographs and in black & white at chapter heads by Barnett Freedman. Sandglass flyer not present. --- In Freedman-illustrated paper-covered boards backed in green cloth, with maroon vertical stripes and maroon spine titling, yellow topstain. Volume housed in slipcase with titling and Freedman drawing of Oliver to front and back panels. --- A sound, tightly-bound copy, but with obvious sunni... View more info

Image for Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $19.00

Publisher: New York, A. L. Burt Company:

Stock No.: 72521

Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


Dickens work in an undated (but likely c. 1905) copy. Formerly property of a library; with limited markings consisting of 2 rubberstampings at front pastedown and ffep, inked serial number at frt pastedown, and discreet sleeve at back pastedown. In maroon cloth covers with minimal edgewear, 2 bumped corners. 1 inch tear on title page; unattributed illustration frontispiece. Interior clean & unmarked. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 864 pages View more info

Image for Dombey and Sons (Four Volumes in One)

Dombey and Sons (Four Volumes in One)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $19.00

Publisher: Boston, Houghton, Osgood and Company: 1879

Stock No.: 71777

Condition: Fair with no dust jacket


Somewhat scarce 'Globe Edition' of author's 7th novel, first published serially in 1846. Consists of 4 volumes in one book. Has detailed engraved illustrations by John Gilbert and F. O. C. Darley at beginning of each volume. Interior complete and holding together well. Considerable edgewear to cloth-covered boards, cloth torn at joints. Back is discolored (original red cloth has lightened). With damage from removal of something that had been pasted to front free endpaper.; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 322, 312, 306, 336 pages View more info

Image for The Mystery of Edwin Drood -and- Master Humphrey's Clock; as well as Reprinted Pieces: Sunday Under Three Heads and Other Tales, Sketches, Articles, etc.

The Mystery of Edwin Drood -and- Master Humphrey's Clock; as well as Reprinted Pieces: Sunday Under Three Heads and Other Tales, Sketches, Articles, etc.

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $14.00

Publisher: New York, Walter J. Black, Inc.: [c.1930s-1950s]

Stock No.: 79512

Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


A reprint edition offering two novels by Charles Dickens as well as Reprinted Pieces and other selections and fragments of his writings. With engraved illustrations by Sir Luke Fildes and Frederick Walker. An undated copy, likely published c. 1930s-1950s. --- In full green cloth-covered boards with titling and decorations gilt-stamped on cover and spine; green topstain. Lacks a dust jacket. --- With prior owner's bookplate affixed to front paste-down, some dulling to spine gilding and a few whitish specks to back cover. A repair has been made to the front hinge, and one is needed at the slight... View more info

Image for The Personal History of David Copperfield

The Personal History of David Copperfield

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $19.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1950s-70s]

Stock No.: 82862

Condition: Very Good+


The eighth, semi-autobiographical novel by Charles Dickens has been praised for its depiction of the world from the point of view of a child. Presented here in a deluxe reprint copy. With illustrations in color and at chapter heads in black & white by John Austen; and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. --- In full pale grey cloth-covered boards with maroon decorations on covers & spine, bright gilt spine title oval, and maroon topstain. 1937 date appears on copyright page, but likely published c.1950s-70s. Volume housed in maroon paper-covered slipcase. Sandglass flyer not present. --... View more info

Image for The Old Curiosity Shop

The Old Curiosity Shop

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1950s-70s]

Stock No.: 82882

Condition: Very Good+


A handsome reprint edition (in slipcase) of the novel by Charles Dickens (1812-1870) which was first published serially beginning in 1840. Per David Perdue, this novel ". . .tells the story of Nelly Trent and her grandfather as they wander the English countryside, north of London, trying to evade Daniel Quilp, probably Dickens' most evil villain." With 16 color illustrations, and black & white drawings at chapter heads by William Sharp, and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. Sandglass flyer not present. --- In darker grey variant cloth-covered boards w/maroon decorations on cov... View more info

Image for The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1940s-70s]

Stock No.: 82538

Condition: Very Good+


The third novel by Charles Dickens was originally published serially in 1838 and 1839. This attractive, hefty reprint edition is illustrated by Steven Spurrier and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. --- In full pale grey cloth-covered boards w/maroon decorations on covers & spine, gilt title oval on spine, and publisher's faded maroon topstain. Volume bears 1940 date, but possibly published c.1940s-70s. Slipcase, Sandglass flyer and glassine wrapper not present. --- Overall, volume is in excellent shape: clean, unmarked and bright but with a little yellowing to spine.; Octavo (8 to 9 i... View more info

Image for The Personal History of David Copperfield

The Personal History of David Copperfield

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $15.50

Publisher: Garden City, New York, Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: [c.1960s-70s]

Stock No.: 83274

Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket


The eighth, semi-autobiographical novel by Charles Dickens has been praised for its depiction of the world from the point of view of a child and offered in this reprint edition. An undated copy, possibly published c.1960s-70s. --- In leatherette-look navy and beige paper-covered boards with spine titling and decorations in blue and gilt. Volume has no dust jacket. --- With small top corner cover bumps, else a sound, tightly-bound, clean copy.; Octavo (8 to 9 in. tall); xiii, 826 pages View more info

Image for Great Expectations

Great Expectations

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $37.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1950s-70s]

Stock No.: 82875

Condition: Very Good


A handsome edition of the 13th novel by Charles Dickens, which is the life story of his endearing orphan character, Pip. Illustrated on 8 color plates and in black & white at chapter heads by Edward Ardizzone and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. Volume bears 1939 date but possibly published c.1950s-70s. Sandglass flyer laid in (New York, no. VII:15). --- In full pale grey cloth-covered boards with maroon decorations on covers & spine, bright gilt spine title oval, and maroon topstain. Volume protected in maroon paper-covered slipcase. --- A very nice copy: clean, firm, and unmarked b... View more info

Image for Barnaby Rudge: A Tale of the Riots of '80

Barnaby Rudge: A Tale of the Riots of '80

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1950s-70s]

Stock No.: 82876

Condition: Very Good+


A handsome reprint edition of the historical novel by Charles Dickens (1812-1870), first published in weekly installments in his Master Humphrey's Clock journal in 1841. The story is centered around the London Riots of 1780, known as the "Gordon Riots". Illustrated with 8 color lithographs and in black & white by James Daugherty, and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. Sandglass flyer not present. --- In full pale grey cloth-covered boards w/maroon decorations on covers & spine, gilt title oval on spine, and publisher's maroon topstain. Volume bears 1941 date, but possibly publi... View more info

Image for David Copperfield: Collection of British Authors, Tauchnitz Edition Vol. 176 in Three Volumes (Volumes II and III only)

David Copperfield: Collection of British Authors, Tauchnitz Edition Vol. 176 in Three Volumes (Volumes II and III only)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Leipzig, Bernhard Tauchnitz: 1850

Stock No.: 83263

Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


The eighth novel by Charles Dickens closely mirrors events and individuals in the author's actual life. It is presented in this very attractive mid-19th century partial set, in the English language. Includes Volumes II and III of the three original volumes. --- In brown marbled paper-covered boards backed in tan leather, with fancy decorations and titling to spine in gilt and with red blocks for titling. Endpapers also brown marbled papers; top edges gilt. --- With some tanning to leaves, many of which are unopened, otherwise a clean, tightly-bound and unmarked set.; 16mo - 6 to 7 in. tall ; 3... View more info

Image for The Old Curiosity Shop (Everyman's Library #173)

The Old Curiosity Shop (Everyman's Library #173)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $19.00

Publisher: London / New York, Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. / E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.: 1912

Stock No.: 82888

Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket


An Everyman's Library reprint edition of the novel by Charles Dickens (1812-1870) which was first published serially beginning in 1840. Per David Perdue, this novel ". . .tells the story of Nelly Trent and her grandfather as they wander the English countryside, north of London, trying to evade Daniel Quilp, probably Dickens' most evil villain." With an introduction by G. K. Chesterton. Entry 173 in Everyman's Library fiction series, edited by Ernest Rhys. --- In flatback binding style 1, full carmine cloth-covered boards with Reginald Knowles-designed gilt spine titling & decorations, ... View more info

Image for Child-Pictures from Dickens

Child-Pictures from Dickens

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $22.50

Publisher: New York, E. P. Dutton & Company: 1885

Stock No.: 82270

Condition: Fair with no dust jacket


A fragile, scarce artifact from the late 19th century; describing Tiny Tim, Little Nell, Oliver Twist, and other beloved characters from the works of Charles Dickens. They are presented here in words and pictures for the younger reader. --- In pictorial covers depicting several of these characters in color. With many black & white engraved illustrations throughout the volume. The publication date appears only on the cover of this work. --- With cracks to front and rear joints & hinges (binding is holding together), one-inch wide horizontal dampstain on nearly every page, and penciled presentat... View more info

Image for Pickwick Papers (The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club) (Modern Library #204.1)

Pickwick Papers (The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club) (Modern Library #204.1)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $22.00

Publisher: New York, The Modern Library: [c.1943]

Stock No.: 80312

Condition: Very Good in Good+ dust jacket


The first novel by Charles Dickens proved to be a big success as readers enjoyed his Sam Weller character's keen observations. This complete and unabridged Modern Library reprint edition features a preface by the author and a jacket illustration of the jocular members of the Club. --- In Toledano spine 8 / blue cloth / gilt titling on charcoal grey spine & cover blocks / pale grey topstain / grey Kent endpapers / jacket style g / verso advertises 292 titles in ML catalog. Likely published c.1943 (no publication date appears in book). ML #204.1. --- With rounded cover corners, else a clean, stu... View more info

Image for Hard Times [for These Times] (Harper Perennial Classics)

Hard Times [for These Times] (Harper Perennial Classics)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $11.00

Publisher: New York, Harper & Row: 1965

Stock No.: 80790

Condition: Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket


A compact reprint edition of the novel by Charles Dickens, which has been described as a masterpiece and is the shortest major work by Dickens. It was first published in 1854. With a biographical sketch of Dickens and an introduction by Walter Allen. An entry in publisher's "Harper Perennial Classics" series. --- In blue paper-covered boards with titling and decorations gilt-stamped on cover and spine. Dust jacket features color illustration by Cliff Condak. --- With two small bumps to top cover corners, otherwise a clean, unmarked, sound copy in similar dust jacket.; 12mo (7 to 7-1/2 ... View more info

Image for The Cricket on the Hearth

The Cricket on the Hearth

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York, Hurst & Company: [c.1890-1920]

Stock No.: 80826

Condition: Fair with no dust jacket


The heartwarming Charles Dickens Christmas novella in an illustrated compact reprint edition. With frontis engraved illustration of Mr. Dickens. Includes rather poorly reproduced illustrations by John Leech. An undated copy, possibly published c.1890-1920. --- In full light blue cloth covers with a color floral image in a cover oval and titling and decorations gilt-stamped on cover and spine. Lacks a dust jacket. --- With discolored portion of front cover, prior owner's penciled notation to front free endpaper and loosened back cover, otherwise an intact, clean copy.; 24mo (5 to 6 in. tall); 1... View more info

Image for The Mystery of Edwin Drood

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $23.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1950s-70s}

Stock No.: 82879

Condition: Very Good+


The final novel by Mr. Dickens is a murder mystery, first published in installments in 1870. It was not complete at the time of his death, however his manuscripts contained readable erasures which tended to indicate that the author was unwilling to tip off the reader about the eventual outcome. In this reprint edition, those erasures have been added and indicated with underlinings. With color and b&w illustrations by Everett Shinn; edited and with a prefatory note & introduction by Vincent Starrett. Sandglass flyer laid in (New York, no. VI:17). --- In full pale grey cloth-covered boards w/mar... View more info

Image for The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $22.50

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1950s-70s]

Stock No.: 82878

Condition: Very Good


The third novel by Charles Dickens was originally published serially in 1838 and 1839. The story revolves around the mistreatment of children in English boarding schools, and has been described as one of the author's most humorous novels. This attractive, hefty reprint edition is illustrated by Steven Spurrier and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. --- In full pale grey cloth-covered boards w/maroon decorations on covers & spine, gilt title oval on spine, and publisher's faded maroon topstain. Volume bears 1940 date, but possibly published c.1950s-70s. Volume protected in maroon paper-... View more info

Image for The Old Curiosity Shop (Everyman's Library #173)

The Old Curiosity Shop (Everyman's Library #173)

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $26.00

Publisher: London / New York, Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. / E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.: 1912

Stock No.: 82666

Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket


An Everyman's Library reprint edition of the novel by Charles Dickens (1812-1870) which was first published serially beginning in 1840. The story is centered around Dickens's character Little Nell and her friends and relatives as they struggle to repay the nasty lender, Daniel Quilp, declared by David Perdue as ". . .probably Dickens' most evil villain". With an introduction by G. K. Chesterton. An entry in Everyman's Library Fiction series, edited by Ernest Rhys. EL no. 173. --- In Everyman's style 1 maroon flexible leatherette variant binding with elaborate Reginald Knowles-designed ... View more info

Image for The Mystery of Edwin Drood

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $21.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1950s-70s]

Stock No.: 82540

Condition: Very Good+


The final novel by Mr. Dickens is a murder mystery, first published in installments in 1870. It was not complete at the time of his death, however his manuscripts contained readable erasures which tended to indicate that the author was unwilling to tip off the reader about the eventual outcome. In this reprint edition, those erasures have been added and indicated with underlinings. With color and b&w illustrations by Everett Shinn; edited and with a prefatory note & introduction by Vincent Starrett. --- In full pale grey cloth-covered boards w/maroon decorations on covers & spine, gilt title o... View more info

Image for The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit: His Relatives, Friends and Enemies: Comprising All His Wills and Ways; the Whole Forming a Complete Key to the House of Chuzzlewit

The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit: His Relatives, Friends and Enemies: Comprising All His Wills and Ways; the Whole Forming a Complete Key to the House of Chuzzlewit

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, The Heritage Press: [c.1940s-70s]

Stock No.: 82578

Condition: Very Good+


A handsome reprint edition of the sixth novel by Charles Dickens (1812-1870), first published serially in 1843. "Martin Chuzzlewit" did not achieve the high level of popularity of some of Mr. Dickens's other works, but it was considered by him to be his best work. With 24 striking color illustrations by Wray Manning, and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. --- In the darker grey cloth variant, with maroon decorations on covers & spine, gilt title oval on spine, and publisher's faded maroon topstain. Sandglass flyer laid in (New York, no. XVIII: 15). Lacks the slipcase and glassi... View more info

Image for A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

By: DICKENS, Charles

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Avon, Connecticut, The Heritage Press: [c.1960s-70s]

Stock No.: 83285

Condition: Very Good+


The twelfth novel of Charles Dickens focuses on the French Revolution and is presented here in a handsome illustrated reprint edition with slipcase. With illustrations in color and at chapter heads in black & white by René Ben Sussan; and with an introduction by John T. Winterich. Sandglass flyer laid in (Avon, no. VI R:39). --- In darker grey variant cloth-covered boards with maroon decorations on covers & spine, bright gilt spine title oval, and maroon topstain. 1938 date appears on copyright page, but possibly published c.1960s-70s. Volume protected in maroon paper-covered slipcase. --- A... View more info

Image for Martin Chuzzlewit (Everyman's Library Fiction series, EL #241)

Martin Chuzzlewit (Everyman's Library Fiction series, EL #241)

By: DICKENS, Charles (author); CHESTERTON, G. K. (introduction)

Price: $22.50

Publisher: London / New York, Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd./E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.: 1957

Stock No.: 82903

Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket


An Everyman's Library reprint edition of the sixth novel by Charles Dickens (1812-1870), first published serially in 1843. "Martin Chuzzlewit" did not achieve the high level of popularity of some of Mr. Dickens's other works, but it was reputedly considered by Dickens to be his best work. Includes an introduction by G. K. Chesterton. Everyman's Library #241, an entry in EL's Fiction series. --- A 1963 reprint edition, in Everyman's Library larger format binding style 4. Full green cloth-covered boards with gilt-stamped spine titling and gilt "EL" in script at tail of spine; pal... View more info

Image for Dealings with the Firm of Dombey & Son; Wholesale, Retail & for Exportation [Dombey and Son] (Everyman's Library #240)

Dealings with the Firm of Dombey & Son; Wholesale, Retail & for Exportation [Dombey and Son] (Everyman's Library #240)

By: DICKENS, Charles (author); CHESTERTON, G. K. (introduction)

Price: $25.50

Publisher: London / New York, Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd./E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.: 1910

Stock No.: 82415

Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket


An Everyman's Library reprint edition of the seventh novel by Charles Dickens (1812-1870), first published serially beginning in 1846. "Dombey and Son" is the story of a wealthy shipping magnate, and his son, daughter and assorted other characters. Despite the title, this work is more concerned with Dombey's daughter than his son. Includes an introduction by G. K. Chesterton. Everyman's Library #240, an entry in EL's Fiction series. --- In Everyman's style 1 maroon leatherette variant binding with elaborate Reginald Knowles-designed gilt spine titling & floral decorations, gilt decora... View more info

Image for Hard Times for these times

Hard Times for these times

By: DICKENS, Charles (author); SCOLLINS, Richard (illustrations)

Price: $34.50

Publisher: Barre, Massachusetts, Imprint Society: 1972

Inscription: Signed by Illustrator

Stock No.: 76761

ISBN: 0876360312

Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket


'Hard Times' has been described as a masterpiece and is the shortest major work by Dickens. It was first published in 1854. This deluxe modern reprint edition in slipcase features illustrations (and is signed on limitation page by) Richard Scollins. Number 1813 of a limited edition of 1950 copies. Includes an introduction by Monica Dickens. --- In black leather backed paper-covered boards with Scollins illustrations on front and back. Gilt-stamped titling on spine. Publisher's purple topstain. Slipcase covered in purple papers with the same illustrations as on boards; titling printed on back. ... View more info

Image for A Christmas Carol (Focus on the Family's Great Stories series)

A Christmas Carol (Focus on the Family's Great Stories series)

By: DICKENS, Charles (author); WHEELER, Joe (introduction and afterword)

Price: $11.50

Publisher: Wheaton, Illinois, Tyndale House Publishers: 1997

Stock No.: 76902

ISBN: 1561797464

Condition: As New with no dust jacket


Author's classic novel in a modern reprint copy. With publisher's sticker stating: '. . .complete text, updated for easier reading. . .discussion questions. . .' on front cover. With introduction and afterword by Joe L. Wheeler; and signed on title page by Mr. Wheeler. Published as part of Focus on the Family's Great Stories series. Profusely illustrated. This book is new and lacks damages.; Octavo (8 to 9 in. tall); 104 pages View more info

Image for David Copperfield

David Copperfield

By: DICKENS, Charles (author); WHEELER, Joe L. (editor)

Price: $11.00

Publisher: Wheaton, Illinois, Tyndale House Publishers: 1999

Stock No.: 77069

ISBN: 1561797618

Condition: As New with no dust jacket


Signed by Joe L. Wheeler on title page. With a lengthy introduction (and afterword) by Mr. Wheeler. A new copy of the classic novel by Mr. Dickens. Per sticker on cover, this edition has: 'in-depth introduction, complete text, updated for easier reading, discussion questions and illustrations.' Issued as part of Focus on the Family Great Stories series. --- A new, undamaged copy. ; Great Stories; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; lxii, 807 pages; Signed by Editor View more info

Image for A Christmas Carol In Prose: A Ghost Story of Christmas

A Christmas Carol In Prose: A Ghost Story of Christmas

By: DICKENS, Charles (author); WHEELER, Joe L. (introduction and afterword)

Price: $13.00

Publisher: Colorado Springs, Focus on the Family Publishing: 1997

Edition: First Edition Thus

Stock No.: 80289

ISBN: 1561795569

Condition: As New with no dust jacket


First edition (thus), first printing with full number line on copyright page. The heartwarming Christmas story in an attractive, illustrated edition. With 4 color plates by John Leech, and with additional black and white illustrations. In pictorial covers, lacks a dust jacket (as issued) and with faux marbled endpapers. Includes study guide at rear of volume. With introduction, annotations and afterword by Joe L. Wheeler; and signed on title page by Mr. Wheeler. --- In 'As New' condition, lacking damages.; Octavo (8 to 9 in. tall); lxxvii, 104 pages; Signed by Editor View more info

Image for Charming Children of Dickens' Stories    Being a delightful child-study and containing the beautiful life stories of the twenty child heroes and heroines of the world's greatest friend of children...Charles Dickens

Charming Children of Dickens' Stories Being a delightful child-study and containing the beautiful life stories of the twenty child heroes and heroines of the world's greatest friend of children...Charles Dickens

By: DICKENS, Charles; DICKENS, Mary Angela (granddaughter of Charles Dickens); Others

Price: $36.00

Publisher: Oakland, Calif. U.S.A., The Smithsonian Company: 1906

Stock No.: 73688

Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket


Volume published by The Smithsonian Company of Oakland, CA. In full green cloth-covered boards with cover illustration. Lettering and artwork in black, blue and white. White lettering partially faded on front cover; spine is sunned and lettering is severely faded. Volume bears numerous color and black and white illustrations, 'specially made for this volume'. Portrait of Dickens on leaf following title page. Interior clean and firm, with a few pencilings at endpapers and lacking other markings. The endearing nature of both Dickens' characters, and the illustrations of them make this volume a g... View more info