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1 Dumas, Alexandre Acté A Tale of the Days of Nero, translated by Alfred Allinson (1904) [Acté, 1838]
London Methuen & Co 1920 Hardcover Good Book 
The Novels of Alexandre Dumas. Original red cloth, lettered and decorated in black. Edges lightly rubbed, paper browned, good. One of Dumas's earliest historical romances: a novel set in Corinth during the reign of Nero. 
Price: 18.00 GBP
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2 Dumas, Alexandre La Dame De Monsoreau, Volume 2
London J. M. Dent & Co 1894 Hardcover Very Good Book 
Illustrated. Original green cloth, with gilt decorations on spine and front board; green-and white leaf-patterned endpapers, top edges gilt, other edges untrimmed. Spine tips bumped, a few faint marks, small bookplate on front pastedown, very good. This volume forms part of the extensive 60-volume Romances of Alexandre Dumas, originally published 1893 - 8 by Dent (in collaboration with the American firm of Little, Brown & Co.). This is volume 2 only, of a 2-volume novel. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
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3 Dumas, Alexandre Pictures of Travel in the South of France (Nouvelles impressions de voyages: Midi de la France, 1841)
London Offices of the National Illustrated Library 1851 First English Edition Hardcover Good Book 
National Illustrated Library. Undated [1851]. With 50 engravings on wood. Full leather, blocked in gilt (on front board) with cameo design with ornate framing and Greek motto, for the Glasgow Collegiate & Commercial Academy, with the same design blocked in blind on rear board; raised bands and leather title label on spine, marbled endpapers. Corners rubbed, a few very small scrapes to leather on board edges, small chip on bottom spine corner of front board, good. The first of 5 books by Dumas describing his travels in southern Europe in the years 1834 - 6. 
Price: 30.00 GBP
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4 Several Authors: Mrs Catherine Gore, Alexandre Dumas, Washington Irving Self; or, The Narrow, Narrow World (1845 as Self) [by Gore]; The Chevalier d'Harmental; or, The Conspirators (1847) [by Dumas]; The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Esq. (1819) [by Irving]
London Routledge, Simms & McIntyre, Hodgson 1856 Hardcover Very Good Book 
GORE, Mrs [Catherine]: Self; or, The Narrow, Narrow World (1845 as Self). [Reprint]: G. Routledge & Co., 1856. Bound with: DUMAS, Alexandre: The Chevalier d'Harmental; or, The Conspirators (1847). [Le Chevalier D'Harmental, 1842]. [Parlour Library, later issue]: Thomas Hodgson, nd (c1860). Bound with: IRVING, Washington: The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Esq. (1819). [Parlour Library]: Simms & McIntyre, 1850. Three volumes bound as one in mid C19th crimson leather over maroon marbled boards; black leather title label on spine. Undated signatures on prelims, very good. 
Price: 60.00 GBP
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5 Dumas, Alexandre The Convict's Son and Other Stories translated by Alfred Allinson
London Methuen & Co. 1922 Hardcover Very Good Book 
The Novels of Alexandre Dumas [Re-suue]. Original red cloth, lettered and decorated in black. Light scuffing, endpapers browned, otherwise very good. Contains: The Convict's Son (Le Fils d'un Forçat); Guelphs and Ghibellines & The King's Favourite (Le Sire de Giac). 
Price: 16.00 GBP
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6 Dumas, Alexandre The Half-Brothers: or, The Head and the Hand, translated by L. Lawford (1858) [Le Bâtard de Mauléon, 1846-7]
London Routledge, Warne & Routledge 1863 Hardcover Good Book 
New Edition. Mid C19th rebinding in plum binder's cloth, with red leather title label on spine. Spine sunned, with wear to cloth on spine tips, good. A historical novel set in C14th Spain, featuring Pedro the Cruel. Scarce. 
Price: 25.00 GBP
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7 Dumas, Alexandre The Prussian Terror A First Translation from the French by R. S. Garnett (1915) [La Terreur Prussienne, 1868]
London Stanley Paul & Co 1916 Hardcover Very Good Book 
Reprint (2nd edition?) Stanley Paul's International Library. Undated, c1916. Frontispiece of Dumas. Original blue cloth with raised pattern of leaves etc in art-nouveau style. Light scuffing, very good. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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8 Dumas, Alexandre The Regent's Daughter. An Historical Romance
London Thomas Hodgson 1856 Hardcover Good Book 
Undated reprint in the Parlour Library series, probably about 1856. Mid C19th rebinding in black leather over brown marbled boards. Small chips at head of spine, a little shaken, good. 
Price: 14.00 GBP
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9 Dumas, Alexandre The Taking of Calais (Les Deux Diane} Translated from the French By Alfred Allinson
London Methuen & Co. 1920 Hardcover Good Book 
This translation of the first part of Les Deux Diane first appeared in 1909. This is a volume in the 1920 reprint "The Novels of Alexandre Dumas". original glazed red cloth. Post-war paper lightly browned throughout, otherwise a good copy. Methuen issued the rest of Les Deux Diane in two further volumes entitled The Chatelet & The Comte de Montgomery. Uncommon. 
Price: 16.00 GBP
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10 Various Authors: George Augustus Sala, Frederick Greenwood, James Greenwood, Alexandre Dumas, Hain Friswell, Edmund Yates etc The Welcome Guest, January - June 1859
London Maxwell 1859 1st Edition Hardcover Fair Book 
Contains: Make Your Game by George Augustus SALA. Complete serialisation. Looking Back by Frederick GREENWOOD. Chapters I - XIX. Start of serialisation. Trumps! by George William CURTIS. Chapters I - XXVI. Start of serialisation. Under a Cloud by Frederick & James GREENWOOD. Conclusion of serialisation. Short stories & novelettes include: The Foundling by H. Sutherland EDWARDS, The Fiddler Among the Bandits & The Assassination of Marshall Brune by Alexandre DUMAS, Plot and Passion by John LANG, A Skeleton in the House by Edmund YATES, Diamonds! by Hain FRISWELL, The Lost Baby by John HOLLINGSHEAD, Blitsum's Mannikin & A Wager for a Wife by James GREENWOOD. Mid C19th beaded lilac binder's cloth, lettered in gilt on spine. Bound without tile page contenst laves etc. Generally sunned to grey (especially on spine), with a few light marks and scuffs; inscription (1860) on front free endpaper, otherwise fair/ good. 
Price: 50.00 GBP
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