Harold Bell Wright and Émile Gaboriau Illustrated Novels, 1910s
|Title and Author/Editor||The Eyes of the World (Harold Bell Wright), The Winning of Barbara Worth (Harold Bell Wright), The Count’s Millions (Émile Gaboriau), Within an Inch of His Life (Émile Gaboriau), Baron Trigault’s Vengeance (Émile Gaboriau)|
|Genre||Literary and Classic|
|Illustrator||F. Graham Cootes (American, 1879–1960), John Sloan (American, 1871–1951)|
|Type of Illustration||Letterpress Halftone|
|Binding||Cloth on board|
|Publisher||The Book Supply Company, Charles Scribner’s Sons|
|Publication Year||1911, 1913|
|Place of Publication||New York, Chicago|
|Edition Statement||First Edition|
|Number of Books||5|
- bindings shaken but generally tight; hinges loose; page discoloration with minor tears to the lower edges of some pages; spines slightly cocked; bumping to corners and spines particularly to Wright books; notable dampstaining to the boards of Gaboriau books; scratches and wear to the covers.
- measures one Gaboriau book.