London: Ingram, Cooke, and Co., 1853. Half Leather. First Edition. First English Edition, First English Translation. 308 pp. B/w ills. Maroon, gilt, and white marbled boards have leather spine and corners, set off w/tooling. Five raised bands on spine, lettered in gilt: National Library/ Wanderings in Spain. All edges are worn, corners bumped. Leather is faded at spine, eroded at corners. Book edges tinted yellow. Bright eps match the marbled boards. Small white label with p.o. signature on front paste-down. On the ffep is pasted "Rules of the Y.M.C.A. Library." No other lib. marks noted. Binding tight. A nicely illustrated travelogue, the only English translation of this book. Very Good.
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New York: Chalres Scribner's Sons, 1896. Hard Cover. First Edition. 239 pp. Red cloth covered boads with an illustration of Don Quixote on front board embossed in black, gold titling to spine. Cover boards have considerable soiling and wear, including what appears to be a large water stain on the rear boads, and another along the foredge of the front board. Very minimal spotting to endpapers, clean within. Illustrations by Daniel Vierge. Good.