Comments: 1974 Greenwood Press. Very Good/None. 253 pages, followed by an index. This hardcover copy has no dustjacket present. The book itself is in very good condition, with light foxing along the top outer edge. There is a gift inscription to the previous owner written on the front free endpaper. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. ""The collector's own story of the formation of the world's greatest collection of books and manuscripts by and about Horace Walpole...." 100% customer satisfaction
'œBy sharing his experiences so truthfully and entertainingly with his reader, Lewis has managed to accomplish as much in the way of offering guidance for collectors and editors as the author of any didactic how-to book. He has made his points vividly, justly, and painlessly.'' Yale ReviewLewis, Wilmarth S. is the author of 'Collector's Progress' with ISBN 9780837172194 and ISBN 0837172195.
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