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Century of French Romances, 10 Vols

Great Taste No Space

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Century of French Romances, 10 Vols
Century of French Romances, 10 Vols
Century of French Romances, 10 Vols
Century of French Romances, 10 Vols
Century of French Romances, 10 Vols
Century of French Romances, 10 Vols
Century of French Romances, 10 Vols
Century of French Romances, 10 Vols

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 1900-1910
Condition:
Very Good; commensurate with age and use, yellowing, fading on covers
Country of Origin:
UK
Materials:
paper/cloth
Size:
8" L x 5.5" W x 1.75" H
Color/Finish:
blue

Why We Love This

Ten hardcover books, part of series, A Century of Romances. London: William Heinemann, Ltd. Edited by Edmund Gosse, early 20th century. Blue cloth covers with the Eiffel Tower on the fronts and a knight on horseback on the spines, all in gilt. Included; The Romance of a Poor Young Man, Mauprat, The Lady of the Camillias, Madame Bovary, Renee Mauperin, Notre-Dame of Paris, Pierre and Jean, Columba and Carmen, The Two Young Brides and Chartreuse of Parma.
As described by Great Taste No Space

About Great Taste No Space

Patricia Coleman, the proprietor of Great Taste No Space, has just that! Especially when working with limited square footage, she adheres to a cardinal decorating rule: find items that make your heart sing. Patricia, who lives just over the bridge from Newport, RI, has trusted sources that range from high-end antique shops to neighborhood thrift stores. Her handpicked treasures are chosen not only because they’re pleasing to the eye, but because they bring a song to the heart.