Charles Dickens Rare Print Collection (page 1/2)

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[picture: Folder Cover For Part I.]

Pictures from “Charles Dickens: Rare Print Collection” edited by Seymour Eaton and published in 1900 as a ‘Connoisseur Edition” by R. G. Kennedy & Co. in Philadelphia “for private circulation.”

The collection consists of ten folders, each eight by eleven inches, each containing ten separate printed plates in black with red borders.

The images are out of copyright.

The first folder has on it a picture of a young man with the caption ‘Toots’.

Title: Charles Dickens Rare Print Collection

Editor: Eaton, Seymour

Published by: R. G. Kennedy & Co.

City: Philadelphia

Date: 1900

Total items: 5

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: John Dickens (Father of Charles)]

John Dickens (Father of Charles)

JA portrait of ohn Dickens, father of Charles Dickens; engraved by Edwin Roffe after a pencil drawing. [$]

[picture: I.-1. John Dickens.]

I.-1. John Dickens.

John Dickens (1785 – 1851) was the father of Charles Dickens. [more...] [$]

[picture: I.-2. Charles Dickens.]

I.-2. Charles Dickens.

Charles Dickens [more...] [$]

[picture: Folder Cover For Part I.]

Folder Cover For Part I.

The folders around each “part” of ten plates are dark brown and approx. ten inches (24 or 25cm) tall; in one corner they have a paper label pasted dowm on the front, and this is one such label. [more...] [$]

[picture: I.-3. Charles Dickens in 1851, With Signature]

I.-3. Charles Dickens in 1851, With Signature

From a daguerreotype taken in 1851. [more...] [$]


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Pictures from “Charles Dickens: Rare Print Collection” edited by Seymour Eaton and published in 1900 as a ‘Connoisseur Edition” by R. G. Kennedy & Co. in Philadelphia “for private circulation.”

The collection consists of ten folders, each eight by eleven inches, each containing ten separate printed plates in black with red borders.

The images are out of copyright.

The first folder has on it a picture of a young man with the caption ‘Toots’.


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