|Title and Author/Editor:||Letters to a Pagan (Lafcadio Hearn, 1933), The History of Sandford and Merton (Thomas Day, 1856), Letters of J. Downing, Major, Downingville Militia, Second Brigade, to His Old Friend, Mr. Dwight, or The New York Daily Advertiser (1834), A Psychology of Music: The Influence of Music on Behavior (Charles Diserens and Harry Fine, 1939), Through Literature to Life: An Enthusiasm and an Anthology (Ernest Raymond, 1930), How To Live on 24 Hours a Day (Arnold Bennett, 1910), Ethica Nicomachea (W. D. Ross, 1925), An Actor Prepares (Constantine Stanislavski, 1936)|
|Genre:||Anthologies, Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs, Science, Mathematics and Engineering|
|Binding:||One quarter cloth with paper boards, One quarter leather with cloth boards|
|Edition Statement:||First Editions, Second Editions, Later Editions|
|Volumes:||Letters to a Pagan is limited edition number 160/550.|
|Number of Books:||8|
|Additional Notes:||Individual volumes may feature gilt lettering, marbled text edges and/or tissue-guarded frontispieces.|
- wear to the covers with rubbed edges, bumped corners, fraying, material loss and soiling; writing to the endpapers; cracked hinges; foxing; fading.
- measures group.