DICKENS, Charles (author). Frank REYNOLDS (illustrator). The Personal History of David Copperfield. London, Westminster Press, circa 1911.
4to. Original rich red cloth elaborately and attractively blocked in black and gilt to spine and upper cover, pictorial endpapers, preserved in buff dustwrapper; pp. [iv] + 572; illustrated with pictorial title-page, frontispiece, and 19 other fine mounted plates behind captioned guards on Japanese vellum; a very bright, near fine copy, both internally and externally, with small bruise to bottom forecorner of upper board and some compression to spine ends; internally equally fresh, without inscription, protected by the original buff letterpress dustwrapper priced twenty-five shillings to spine, with Times Book Club advertisement to lower panel; the scarce dustwrapper with overall rubbing and dusting, fraying to spine ends, abrasions to spine, and some closed tears now carefully repaired to the reverse with archival tissue.
Early edition illustrated thus. A traditional interpretation of this Dickens' classic, produced in the Victorian mould, and one of the most popular illustrated editions of this work.