Anonymous. ["Life" Magazine]
Title The Good Things of "Life" Second Series
Book Condition Very Good (Minus)
Jacket Condition No Jacket
Edition First Edition
Publisher New York White, Stokes, & Allen 1886
Seller ID 004882
New York: White, Stokes, & Allen, 1886. "Life" magazine began as a humor and general interest publication in 1883, and continued in that vein until 1936 when Henry Luce bought it. This is a collection of drawings and cartoons from the early era, a Very Good (Minus) copy of the First Edition. Brown decorative cloth binding, with titling on the front cover in red and gilt. Along the top is a Saint Patrick's Day parade, with the usual stereotyped Irishmen in gilt. Cleran text; unpaginated ( ); all page ends are gilt; decorative endpapers. The beveled edges are well rubbed; frayed at the corners and tips of the spine; flood mark to bottom of pages throughout. A window into Victorian America.. First Edition. Decorative Cloth. Very Good (Minus)/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. First Edition.