Published by Chapman & Hall, London; 1891. 8vo. Condition: Good.
Bound in half leather with mottled patterned boards and page rims. The binding is smart, inspite of some general wear and bumping. Inside the front board, there are two labels for the library at the Royal Hospital for Incurables. Ther is also a library stamp on the title page. Apart from this, internally this book is in smart condition, with only a small amount of toning or age spotting and clean, bright pages that are otherwise blemish-free.
In all, a tidy copy of these tales by the ever popular Charles Dickens.