Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré
Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré

Dante, The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré

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Allighieri, Dante; Cary, Henry Francis [translator]. The Vision of HelI, Illustrated with the Designs of M. Gustave Doré; New Edition with Critical and Explanatory Notes, Life of Dante, and Chronology. London: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, ca. 1868. New Edition. [6408]

Half red morocco with marbled paper boards, tall 12 x 15 inches, binding is scuffed and worn, boards still well-attached. Old cello tape remnants on binding that once held a wrapper over the binding. All page edges gilt; marbled end papers. Hinge at frontis shows old repair and is partially open, with nothing detached. xxiv., 183 pp. of text with 75 wood engravings, letter press tissue guards. Light foxing. Ex library copy with ink name stamp on the tp and library matter on the rear end papers. Good. Leather bound.

The publisher began using this name in 1858 and by 1878 they added "and Company" to the name. The frontispiece is dated 1860; auction records indicate that it was published by Cassell circa 1868. Beneath the Cassell imprint is the line "and 156 Broadway, New York." There is no date on the tp.

This occasionally appears at auction, although usually in a later edition.