[n. p.]: The University of Chicago Press, 1981. Hardcover. Six volumes (complete), octavo size. Fine. Item #CNJL093
The correspondence between Arthur Plantagent, 1st Viscount Lisle (ca. 1470-1542), his wife, Honor Plantagenet, and numerous servants, courtiers, and friends, are gathered in these six volumes; the letters provide an intimate look at life during the Tudor age and within the court of King Henry VIII.
___DESCRIPTION: Quarter red cloth with blue cloth boards, white paper label with blue lettering and signature facsimile in gilt all inside a gilt ruled border on the front board, gilt lettering on the spine; octavo size (9.75" by 7"), in shrink wrap.
___CONDITION: Volumes are fine, with clean boards, straight corners, strong, square text blocks with solid hinges, entirely free of prior owner markings; each volume is still in original shrink wrap, clean, crisp, as new.
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