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A BEAUTIFUL BOOK

LORNA DOONE

EXMOOR EDITION. By R. D. BLACKMORE



A large 12mo volume, about 5¾x8¼ inches in size, bound in cloth, with decorative cover of floral design, and colored tops. Printed on fine smooth wove paper of excellent quality, and embellished with over two hundred and fifty drawings, initial letters, head and tail pieces, etc., by some of the best American Artists, among whom are Henry Sandham, George Wharton Edwards, W. H. Drake, Harry Penn, and Wm. Hamilton Gibson. Undoubtedly the most elaborate and expensively printed edition of this greatest novel of modern times yet offered at a moderate price.

Price, Boxed, One Dollar.


THE SAME, in three quarter Crushed Morocco, gold tops and silk head bands.

Price, Boxed, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents.


THE SAME, Two Volume Edition, beautifully bound in crimson cloth, with colored tops, and a fac-simile of John Ridd's coat of arms in ink and gold on the covers. Enclosed in a flat box.

Price Two Dollars Per Set.


THE SAME, Two Volume Edition, in three-quarter Crushed Morocco, with gold tops and silk head bands. Encased in a flat box.

Price Five Dollars Per Set.


Sent post-paid, on receipt of price by the Publisher.


GROSSET & DUNLAP

52 Duane Street, New York.