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Easton Press LE MORTE D'ARTHUR, Sir Thomas Malory, 2 Vol. Complete Set [Very Fine]
Easton Press LE MORTE D'ARTHUR, Sir Thomas Malory, 2 Vol. Complete Set

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Very Fine without any flaws. The condition is of the highest quality. Square and tight spines. Unread books without any attached bookplates.

Edition: The Easton Press (1983)
Binding: Full genuine leather
Illustrator: Limited Edition
Dimensions: 9" x 6" x 1.5"

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Product Code: EP189

A wonderful collectible set for yourself or as a gift for someone special. This is The Story of King Arthur & Of His Noble Knights of the Round Table. Written by Sir Thomas Mallory and illustrated by Robert Gibbings. A complete and matching 2 volume set, originally published by Easton Press in 1983.

Rare and now out of print. This is the classic tale by Sir Thomas Mallory first printed by William Caxton. This edition is modernized as to the spelling and punctuation by AW. Pollard. This is the complete and unabridged set in two large volumes, luxuriously bound in full genuine leather.

Condition: Both volumes are in VERY Fine condition. No scratches to the gilded page edges. This set also includes extra Ex-Libris bookplates for your own personalization.

Includes all the classic Easton Press qualities:

* Premium Leather
* Silk Moire Endleaves
* Distinctive Cover Design
* Hubbed Spine, Accented in Real 22KT Gold
* Satin Ribbon Page Marker
* Gilded Page Edges
* Long-lasting, High Quality Acid-neutral Paper
* Smyth-sewn Pages for Strength and Durability
* Beautiful Illustrations

About the author

Sir Thomas Malory (c. 1415 – 14 March 1471) was an English writer, the author or compiler of Le Morte d'Arthur (originally titled, The Whole Book of King Arthur and His Noble Knights of the Round table). Since the late nineteenth century, he has generally been identified as Sir Thomas Malory of Newbold Revel in Warwickshire,[1] a knight, land-owner, and Member of Parliament. Previously, it was suggested by antiquary John Leland and John Bale that he was Welsh (identifying "Malory" with "Maelor"). Occasionally, other candidates are put forward for authorship of Le Morte d'Arthur, but the supporting evidence for their claim has been described as "no more than circumstantial".

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