Doom's day camp. The extra Christmas number of All the Year Round. Conducted by Charles Dickens. Containing the amount of two ordinary numbers [drop title]. Charles Dickens.

Doom's day camp. The extra Christmas number of All the Year Round. Conducted by Charles Dickens. Containing the amount of two ordinary numbers [drop title]

London: [All the Year Round] 26, Wellington Street, Strand, W.C., and all booksellers and newsmen, 1872. 8vo, pp. 48; original printed blue wrappers; light edgewear, very good. "In 1871 the Christmas Number, given up on the commencement of the new series, was resumed by Charles Dickens, jun., who succeeded his father in the editorship of the All the Year Round..." (Cook, Bibliography of the Writings of Charles Dickens). Tipped in is a 4-page ad for Wilcox and Gibbs sewing machines presented in a short story titled "Ned Rodney's Courtship. A Yankee Trick" by "Mount Arbor." Morgan, UCLA and Brown only in OCLC. Item #56702

Price: $125.00

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