Dickens, Charles. All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal, New Series Vol XII. April 18, 1874 to October 10, 1874; Including No. 281 to No. 306. London: Chapman & Hall, 1874. 
Teal blindstamped publisher's cloth, titles in gilt, binding clean with edge-wear, corners and ends frayed. 25 cm (10 x 7 inches, 620 pp., tight. Good. Hardcover.
"All the Year Round was a Victorian periodical, being a British weekly literary magazine founded and owned by Charles Dickens, published between 1859 and 1895 throughout the United Kingdom. Edited by Dickens, it was the direct successor to his previous publication Household Words, abandoned due to differences with his former publisher.
"It hosted the serialisation of many prominent novels, including Dickens's own A Tale of Two Cities. After Dickens's death in 1870, it was owned and edited by his eldest son Charles Dickens Jr., with a quarter-share being owned by the editor and journalist William Henry Wills." - wikipedia.