FRASER's MAGAZINE for Town and Country. Volume V : February to July, 1832. 6 Original Magazine Issues, Bound in Leather Book, 762 Pages. Hugh Fraser and William Maginn. Illustrated with 6 full-page plates by Daniel Maclise including a fold-out plate of.
Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Published by James Fraser, 215 Regent Street, London, 1832. Original, Antique, 1832, Bound Edition (with original magazine issues from February to July, 1832; "MDCCCXXXII" is stated on Title of each issue), 1832. Large Leather Book, 762 pages.
This is an antique, 1832 book, bound with six (6) original 1832 magazines inside. These magazines include 6 pieces of First Edition artwork by Daniel Maclise. They also include original writing by Samuel Taylor Coleridge and.Edward Bulwer-Lytton, among many others. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country was a general and literary journal published in London from 1830 to 1882, which initially took a strong Tory line in politics. It was founded by Hugh Fraser and William Maginn in 1830 and loosely directed by Maginn (and later Francis Mahony) under the name "Oliver Yorke" until about 1840.
It circulated until 1882, when it was renamed Longman's Magazine. Daniel Maclise (1806 -- 1870) was an Irish history painter, literary and portrait painter, and illustrator, who worked for most of his life in London, England. Between the years 1830 and 1836, he contributed to Fraser's Magazine, under the pseudonym of "Alfred Croquis", a remarkable series of portraits of the literary and other celebrities of the time - character studies, etched or lithographed in outline, and touched more or less with the emphasis of the caricaturist. In this book, there are the following 5 character-artworks by Daniel Maclise.(these 5 are full-page Black&White portraits, approximately 8.5 inches high by 5.125 inches wide). In this book, there is also an. Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London by Daniel Maclise. Entitled A Few of the F.
A Group-Portrait of members of the Society of Antiquaries seated around. It portrays the following people (from britishmuseum.George Hamilton Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen. (This Group-Portrait is a Black&White, fold-out artwork on thick paper, which measures, approximately 8.5 inches high by 10 inches wide) This portrait has the names of each person, written by his picture. I do not know who wrote these. The book is legible, with nice artwork: an interesting, antique, 1832 book. Pics above for actual book. [(Antique, Orig, February to July, 1832, Magazines Bound in Leather Book) Front and Back Covers are present-but-separated-from binding, Top and bottom of Spine-covering are partially missing (see pics), first 2 sheets of book are present-but-torn (see pics), bookplate of former owner is attached to front endpaper (see pics: Philadelphia Company), a few pages have writing by old owner, the last page is present-but-separated from text (after Page 764), 6 original full-page plates of Daniel Maclise artwork have some marginal foxing; otherwise, book is complete, text-block is tightly bound, strongly printed, and well-illustrated with 6 full-page plates by Daniel Maclise; All 6 Plates are worthy of frames if mounted properly]. 762 total pages, Large: approx. 8.75" x 5.5" x 2, Red-Marbled Boards with Leather Spine and Corners, Gilded Spine-Titles, Gilt top edge. I try to describe my items thoroughly, but buyers may still need more information than I provide. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible".smitty" and is located in this country: US.
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