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Confessions of an Opium Eater + 2

dr carrot

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; cover besmirched on r.m., some pages loose
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
6" L x 4" W x 3" H
Color/Finish:
n/a

Why We Love This

Confessions of an Opium Eater, Representative Men, Lalla Rookh, a trio of tiny tomes with lovely silver decorative covers and spines. Authored by, respectively, Thomas De Quincy, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Moore. Home Book Company, no dates. Books are mostly intact, but all are in fragile condition with visible webbing and some un-bound pages.
As described by dr carrot

About dr carrot

From East Coast attics to Midwest rumpus rooms, Dr. Carrot ferrets out charming vintage tomes on travel and cooking, fashion and art, nature and nurture, and most prized of all, illustrated children's books. Coming from a long line of publishers, authors, literacy teachers and diarists, Dr. Carrot's passionate love of reading was genetically pre-determined.