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Dickens, Charles

Sometimes with collecting you stumble upon a very rare find, or you decide that you want to set your teeth into something rarer and more prestigious. Many new collectors focus on the big names of the Victorians authors, such as Charles Dickens, Gaskell, Hardy and the like. This short article aims to help you in collecting Charles Dickens, what to look for, and how to spot a good edition.

Charles Dickens, much like many authors of his day, published periodically, meaning that his work was serialized and published in small-run editions of quite slim ‘installments’ of his stories. The most famous of these perhaps are The Pickwick Papers, and Sketches by Boz.

When looking for first edition Charles Dickens, remember that to start with, he wrote under a pseudonym ‘Boz’ for London papers. It wasn’t actually uncommon in Victorian times to start off your writing career writing serial fiction or serial articles. The model of the mass-produced marketplace book was only just being developed by James Lackington of Somerset, England, and many authors had to resort to small print runs by their patron newspapers, literary journals, or academic institutions. Authors themselves would sometimes invest their own money into publishing their works (in much the same way that self-publishing and vanity presses work today), and so they would combine books of short tales or smaller volumes into one book binding to make the process cheaper.

This is where we can start to zero-in on what a first edition Dickens looks like. They will almost certainly be published by Chapman and Hall of London, 1860-1870. As they would be published monthly or serially, you will often also find monthly advertisements featured in the inner covers. In addition, they will often always contain bookplates either printed directly onto the first pages or pasted in declaring their ownership by prominent collectors and libraries over the last two centuries.

Original Dickens (in their serialized format) can value in well over the $30,000 mark.

Dickens, Charles. OVER The WAY. Adam Waldie, Philadelphia (1834). Mrs. Joseph Porter; Containing The Best Popular Literature, Including Memoirs, Biography, Novels, Tales, Travels, Voyages, &C.

Dickens, Charles . Pickwick Papers. Chapman & Hall (1836). Edited By "Boz Containing A Faithful Record Of The Perambulations, Perils, Travels, Adventures And Sporting Transactions Of The Corresponding Members."; The English Edition Was First Issued In Twenty Monthly Parts Between April 1836 And November 1837, Followed By The One-Volume Book Edition In November 1837; Monthly Parts Were Not Issued In America Until 1838, By James Turney Of New York; With All 43 Plates By Phiz And Seymour; 5 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . SKETCHES BY BOZ. John Macrone (1836). Illustrative Of Every-Day Life And Every-Day People; Illustrations By George Cruikshank; 16 Plates Including 2 Frontispieces By George Cruikshank; First Two Volumes Are The First Printing Of The First Series, With The Preface Dated February 1836.

Dickens, Charles. Sunday Under Three Heads. Chapman & Hall (1836). As It Is; As Sabbath Bills Would Make It; As It Might Be Made; Written Under The Pseudonym Of Timothy Sparks While Dickens Was Writing The Pickwick Papers; Title-Page And Wrapper Design, And 3 Wood- Engraved Plates, By Hablot K. Browne

Dickens, Charles. The Library of Fiction. Chapman and Hall (1836). 2 Volumes; Or Family Story-Teller; Consisting Of Original Tales, Essays, And Sketches Of Character; Contains Two Previously Unpublished Sketches By Dickens, Appearing Under His Pseudonym Of Boz: The Tuggs At Ramsgate & A Little Talk About Spring And The Sweeps; Other Authors Represented With Original Sketches Include G. P. R. James, Douglas Jerrold, W. H. Wills, E. Mayhew & Miss Mitford.

Dickens, Charles . The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Carey, Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia (1836). Containing A Faithful Record Of The Perambulations, Perils, Adventures, And Sporting Transactions Of The Corresponding Members; 5 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles. The Village Coquettes. Richard Bentley (1836). A Comic Opera; In Two Acts; The Music By John Hullah.

Dickens, Charles. WATKINS TOTTLE AND OTHER SKETCHES. Carey, Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia (1836). 1250 Copies; 2 Volumes; Illustrative Of Every-Day Life And Every-Day People.

Dickens, Charles . OLIVER TWIST. Richard Bentley (1837). 12 Volumes; Includes All 24 Plates (And The Portrait Frontis) By George Cruikshank.

Dickens, Charles. Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club . Chapman & Hall (1837). With 43 Illustrations By R. Seymour And Phiz; 2 Rare, Original Plates By Buss; First Issue Points Including: Two Buss Plates, Tony Veller On The Title Page, And Picwkick On Page 375, And "This" For "His" On Page 400

Dickens, Charles . Public Life of Mr. Tulrumble. Carey, Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia (1837). Once Mayor Of Mudfog; Sketches By Boz; With Other Tales And Sketches, From Bentleys Miscellany, And The Library Of Fiction; Other Stories Include An Evening Of Visits By James Fenimore Cooper, The Tempter By Coyne, Old Age And Youth By Bayley

Dickens, Charles. Sam Weller. Orlando Hodgson Nd (1837). Edited By Sam Slick; The Pickwickians; Pickwick Jest Book, In Which Are Concentrated All The Funny Sayings Of Sam And His Companions, And Upwards Of 1,000 Jokes, Puns, Epigrams, Jeux D'Esprit, Etc; Including Joe Millers Renowned Jests; A Drama In Three Acts; Illustrated With 24 Woodcut Plates Of Pickwick Characters, Including The Frontispiece.

Dickens, Charles . Sketches by Boz. Carey Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia (1837). Illustrative Of Every-Day Life, And Every-Day People; 2 Volumes; Together With Sketches By Boz; 8 Engraved Plates By George Cruikshank; This Edition Does Represent The First Appearance Of Five Of The Sketches: "A Visit To Newgate," "The Black Veil," "The Great Winglebury Duel," "Our Next-Door Neighbours," And "The Drunkards Death"; First American Edition, 1,250 Copies; First Issue, With 13 Lines On Page Vii (The First Page Of The Contents), No List Of Illustrations And "Vol Iii" To The Lower Margin Of The Plates.

Dickens, Charles . The Library of Fiction. Chapman & Hall (1837). Or Family Story-Teller; Consisting Of Original Tales, Essays, And Sketches Of Character; Sketches By Dickens; First Has Two Illustrations By Seymour And The Second, One Plate By Buss; Other Authors Represented With Original Sketches Include G. P. R. James, Douglas Jerrold, W. H. Wills, E. Mayhew & Miss Mitford; 2 Volumes.

Dickens,Charles . The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club . Chapman and Hall (1837). 43 Engraved Plates By Seymour & Phiz

Dickens, Charles. The Public Life of Mr. Tulrumble . Carey Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia (1837). Once Mayor Of Mudfog; With Other Tales And Sketches, From Bentleys Miscellany, And The Library Of Fiction; 2,000 Copies; Contains 9 Other Articles (6 From Bentleys & 3 From Libary Of Fiction).

Dickens, Charles. The Strange Gentleman. Chapman and Hall (1837). A Comic Burletta, In Two Acts; First Performed At The St. Jamess Theatre, On Thursday, September 29, 1836

Dickens, Charles. The Tuggss at Ramsgate. Carey, Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia (1837). And Other Sketches Illustrative Of Every-Day Life And Every-Day People By Boz.To Which Is Added The Pantomime Of Life; Together With Other Tales By Distinguished Writers; Limited To 1000 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . CHARACTERISTIC SKETCHES OF YOUNG GENTLEMEN. WILLIAM KIDD (1838).

Dickens, Charles . Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Richard Bentley (1838). Illustrated With 12 Etched Plates By George Cruikshank: Plus Copper-Engraved Frontispiece Portrait Of Grimaldi In First Volume; 2 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . NICKOLAUS NICKLEBY. LEIPZIG, LIEFERUNGEN. (1838). A Farce, In Two Acts. Taken From The Popular Work Of That Name, Correctly Printed From The Prompters Copy; Edited By Boz; 39 Illustrations By Phiz

Dickens, Charles. OLIVER TWIST. Richard Bentley (1838). The Parish Boys Progress; Title Page Of All Volumes Gives The Author As "Boz" And Contains The Fireside Plate In Vol. Iii; 24 Etched Plates By George Cruikshank; 3 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . Pickwick Papers. E. Brooks, Newark (1838). Sam Weller And Toasted Cheese; With Illustrations, By R. Seymour, Phiz, And Crowquill; 2 Volumes

Dickens, Charles. Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club . James Turney (1838). 54 Wood Engravings By Seymour, Phiz, & Crowquill; 2 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles. Sketches of Young Ladies. Carey, Lea, and Blanchard, Philadelphia (1838). [Together With] Sketches Of Young Gentlemen [And] Sketches Of Young Couples [Three Books Bound In One]; Illustrated With 17 Engraved Plates By Phiz

Dickens, Charles. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby . H. P. Nichols & Co., Boston (1838). Portrait %2B 39 Etched Plates By Phiz; Volume Edition Contains The First 10 Chapters Of Nickleby, First Appearance Of The Title In The United States.

Dickens, Charles . The Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi . Richard Bentley (1838). Edited By "Boz"; Portrait And 12 Fine Plates By George Cruikshank; 3 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Carey, Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia (1838). 20 Inserted Plates, On Yellow Paper, By Sam Weller Jr & Alfred Crowquill; All Engraved On Steeel By J. Yeager; 5 Volumes; 1500 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. Chapman and Hall (1839). With Illustrations By Phiz

Dickens, Charles . Nicholas Nickleby . Chapman and Hall (1839). Engraved Portrait Of Dickens By Maclise Engraved Finden, 39 Other Full Plate Engravings By Phiz

Dickens, Charles. Oliver Twist. Richard Bentley (1839). 24 Etched Plates By George Cruikshank; 3 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles. Sketches by Boz. Chapman and Hall (1839). Illustrative Of Every-Day Life And Every-Day People; 40 Illustrations, Including Frontispiece And Engraved Title Page By Cruikshank

Dickens, Charles . The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby . Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia (1839). Portrait Frontispiece By Maclise, Engraved By Finden, 39 Plates By H. K. Browne

Dickens, Charles. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Baudrys European Library (1839). Containing A Faithful Record Of The Perambulations, Perils, Travels, Adventures, And Sporting Transactions Of The Corresponding Members; 2 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . Master Humphreys Clock . Chapman and Hall (1840). Includes The Stories Barnaby Rudge And The Old Curiosity Shop; 2 Frontispieces, 130 Woodcuts, And 25 Initials By Browne; One Frontispiece And 38 Woodcuts By Cattermole; One Woodcut Each By S. Williams And Maclise; 3 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . Sketches of Young Couples. Chapman and Hall (1840). With An Urgent Remonstrance To The Gentlemen Of England (Being Bachelors Or Widowers), On The Present Alarming Crisis; Six Illustrations By "Phiz"

Dickens, Charles. The NEW WORLD. J. Winchester (1840). Edited By Park Benjamin; Contributed By Dickens Charles, Anna Cora Mowatt, Benjamin D'Lsraeli, Capt. Marryat, Thomas Noon Talfourd And Harrison Ainsworth.

Dickens, Charles . The posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club . Chapman and Hall (1840). Engraved Frontispiece And Title-Page, And 41 Engraved Plates By R. Seymour And H.K. Browne.

Dickens, Charles . Barnaby Rudge . Chapman & Hall (1841). A Tale Of Riots Of The Eighty; With Illustrations By George Cattermole And Hablot K. Browne

Dickens, Charles . Master Humphreys Clock. Chapman & Hall (1841). The Old Curiosity Shop, Barnaby Rudge; A Tale Of The Riots Of Eighty; Three Volumes; Three Frontispiece Plates And Other Illustrations By George Cattermole And Hablot K. Browne

Dickens, Charles . Oliver Twist. Chapman and Hall (1841). Or The Parish Boys Progress. By "Boz"; With An Introduction By The Author; 3 Volumes; 24 Engraved Plates By George Cruikshank, Including A Frontispiece In Each Volume.

Dickens, Charles . The Old Curiosity Shop. Chapman and Hall (1841). And Other Tales: Master Humphreys Clock; With Illustrations By George Cattermole And Hablot K. Browne.

Dickens, Charles. The Pic-Nic Papers. Henry Colburn (1841). By Various Hands; Edited By Charles Dickens; Illustrated With 14 Plates By Cruikshank (2), Phiz (6) & Hamerton (6); 3 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . American Notes. Chapman & hall (1842). For General Circulation; 2 Volumes; 3000 Copies; First Issue Hash Second Page Of Contents Paged Xvi.

Dickens, Charles. Barnaby Rudge. Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia (1842). 16 Copper Plate Engravings (On 12 Plates) By Yeager After Sibson, Cattermole & Browne, Including Frontis & Engraved Title.

Dickens, Charles. Christmas Books. Chapman & Hall (1843). Comprising A Christmas Carol; The Chimes; The Battle Of Life; The Cricket On The Hearth, And The Haunted Man And The Ghosts Bargain; Total 5 Volumes; Introduction By G. K. Chesterton; Preface By B. W. Matz; The First Issue Of The First Edition, With "Stave 1" Rather Than "Stave One" At The Top Of The First Chapter; 13 Illustrations By Daniel Maclise (2) Richard Doyle (4), John Leech (5) And Clarkson Stanfield (2).

Dickens, Charles. Martin Chuzzlewit . Chapman & Hall (1843). With Illustrations By Phiz

Dickens, Charles. Sketches of Young Gentlemen. Chapman and Hall (1843). Young Ladies, Young Gentlemen, And Young Couples; Three Works In One Volume; Illustrated With A Total Of 18 Plates By Phiz (Hablot K Browne).

Dickens, Charles. The LIFE And ADVENTURES Of MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT, His Relatives, Friends and Enemies. William H. Colyer (1843). Comprising His Wills And His Ways: With An Historical Record Of What He Did, And What He Didnt: Showing, Moreover, Who Inherited The Family Plate, Who Came In For The Silver Spoons, And Who For The Wooden Ladles. The Whole Forming A Complete Key To The House Of Chuzzlewit; Edited By Boz; With Illustrations By "Phiz"

Dickens, Charles . A Christmas Carol. Chapman & Hall (1844). In Prose; Being A Ghost Story Of Christmas; Illustrated With 8 Plates After The Originals By Leech; 4 Hand-Colored & 4 Black & White.

Overs, John. Evenings of a Working Man. Newby (1844). Being The Occupation Of His Scanty Leisure; With A Preface By Charles Dickens.

Dickens, Charles . The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit . Chapman & Hall (1844). First Issue Has "100" On The Signpost In The Engraved Frontispiece And 10 Line Errata; Frontispiece And 39 Engravings After Illustrations By Phiz

Dickens, Charles . A Christmas Carol. Chapman & Hall (1845). In Prose; Being A Ghost Story Of Christmas; Illustrated By Leech.

Dickens, Charles . THE CHIMES. Lea And Blanchard, Philadelphia (1845). A Goblin Story Of Some Bells That Rang An Old Year Out And A New Year In; Twelve Full Page Illustrations By D. Maclish [2], R. Doyle [4], J. Leech [5] And C. Stanfielf [1].

Dickens, Charles. The Cricket On The Hearth. W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press (1845). A Fairy Tale Of Rome; 14 Illustrations By Leech, Maclise, Doyle, Stanfield, And Landseer; Dramatization By Albert Smith, Esq.

Dickens, Charles. The Old Curiosity Shop. Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia (1845). And Other Tales; Master Humphreys Clock; With Over One Hundred Illustrations By Cattermole, Browne And Sibson, Including The Illustrated Title Page By J. Yeager

Dickens, Charles . A Christmas Carol. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1846). In Prose; The Chimes; The Cricket On The Hearth; Being A Ghost Story Of Christmas; Illustrations By John Leech

Dickens Charles . ADVENTURES OF OLIVER TWIST. Bradbury & Evans (1846). Or, The Parish Boys Progress; With 24 Illustrations On Steel By George Cruikshank; 528 Copies

Dickens, Charles . Battle of Life . Bradbury & Evans (1846). A Love Story; 13 Lithograph Illustrations, Including The Frontispiece And Title Page, By Stanfield, Leech, Doyle, And Maclise.

Dickens, Charles . Charles Dickens Pictures From Italy. Bradbury & Evans (1846).

Dickens, Charles . CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. Bradbury & Evans (1846). A Fairy Tale Of Home; With 14 Engraved Illustrations Including Frontispiece And Title-Page, All By John Leech, R. Doyle And Others.

Dickens, Charles . Dombey and Son. Bradbury and Evans (1846). With Illustrations, Engraved On Wood By J. W. Orr, From Designs By H. K. Browne; 20 Parts In 19. First American Edition In The Original Parts.

Dickens, Charles . Oliver Twist . Bradbury and Evans (1846). With Twenty-Four Illustrations On Steel, By George Cruikshank; A New Edition, Revised And Corrected

Dickens, Charles . Pictures from Italy. Bradbury and Evans (1846). First Issue Points Are: Comma In The Attribution Of Vignettes On Title Page; Gothic Script Title On P.1; Comma After "Modena" In Line 15, P.93; With Vignette Illustrations On Wood By Samuel Palmer .

Dickens, Charles . The Adventures of Oliver Twist. Bradbury & Evans (1846). Or, The Parish Boys Progress; With 24 Steel Engraved Plates By Cruikshank.

Dickens, Charles . THE BATTLE OF LIFE. Bradbury & Evans (1846). A Love Story; Wood Engraved Frontis And Wood Engraved Text Illustrations By J. Thompson, T. Williams, W. T. Green, And Dalziel Brothers After The Designs Of D. Maclise, J. Dole, R. Leech, And C. Stanfield.

Dickens, Charles . The Cricket on the Hearth. Bradbury & Evans (1846). A Fairy Tale Of Home; Engraved Frontispiece And Additional Title By John Thompson And G. Dalziel Respectively After Daniel Maclise, Wood-Engraved Illustrations By G. And E. Dalziel, Thomas Williams, John Thompson, J. Swain And Groves After Richard Doyle, Clarkson Stanfield, John Leech, And Edwin Landseer.

Dickens, Charles . DEALINGS With The FIRM Of DOMBEY And SON. Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1847). Wholesale, Retail, And For Exportation; Copyright Edition For Continental Circulation; In Three Volumes; First State [T & B Note A Blank H-T Verso With The Second State Publisher Imprint].

Dickens, Charles. Dombey and Son. Verlag von Carl,Leipzig (1847). Nicholson, Renton; A Moral Fiction; Text & Plates By H.K. Browne; Ten Volumes Bound In Three

Savonarola, Don Jeremy. Facts & Figures from Italy. Richard Bentley (1847). Mahoney, Francis Sylvester; Addressed During The Last Two Winters To Charles Dickens, Esq; Being An Appendix To His "Pictures".

Dickens, Charles. OLIVER TWIST. Jesper Harding, Philadelphia (1847). Or, The Parish Boys Progress

Dickens, Charles. The Battle of Life. Wiley & Putnam (1847). A Love Story. Dickens Fourth Christmas Book In Its First American Edition.

Dickens, Charles . The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Chapman and Hall (1847). With A Frontispiece From A Design By C. R. Leslie, Esq., R.A; Engraved By J. Thompson.

Dickens, Charles. DOMBEY And SON . Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia (1848). First Issue: Cuttles Hook On His Lieft Hand In Title Page Vignette; P.284, "Delight" Instead Of "Joy"; "Capatin" Instead Of "Captain" P.324, Final Line; Illustrated With A Frontis, Title Page Vignette & 15 Inserted Engravings, All After The Originals By Hablot K. Browne ("Phiz") By Gilbert & Gihon

Dickens, Charles. Christmas Books. Chapman & Hall (1848). A Christmas Carol, The Chimes, The Cricket On The Hearth, The Haunted Man And The Ghost'S Bargain; 5 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles. THE HAUNTED MAN. Bradbury & Evans (1848). And The Ghosts Bargain; A Fancy For Christmas Time; Illustrated With 17 Line Engravings After Drawings By John Leech, Clarkson Stanfield, John Tenniel, And Frank Stone.

Dickens, Charles. The Old Curiosity Shop . Chapman and Hall (1848). With Frontispiece By Cattermole/Th.Williame And 3 Plates Of Mis Duilpe/H.Warran/E.Finden, Barbarah/K.Meadows/E.Finden,Little Nello/W.Maddox/E.Finden

Dickens, Charles . David Copperfield . Bradbury and Evans (1849). With Illustrations By H. K. Browne; Twenty Parts In Nineteen.

Dickens, Charles . The Haunted Man. Harper & Brothers (1849). And The Ghosts Bargain; A Fancy For Christmas-Time

Dickens, Charles. The Personal History, Experience and Observations of David Copperfield. Bradbury & Evans (1849). The Younger; Of Blunderstone Rookery; (Which He Never Meant To Be Published On Any Account); With Illustrations By H. K. Browne; Illustrations Has Twenty-Two Titles In The First Volume And 18 In The Second; 2 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . American Notes. Chapman and Hall (1850). For General Circulation;Frontis By T Bolton. Sketches By Boz. Illustrative Of Every-Day Life And Every-Day People. With A Frontispiece By George Cruikshank.

Dickens, Charles . David Copperfield . Bradbury & Evans (1850). Engraved Title & 38 Plates By H.K. Browne; 25,000 Copies Printed.

Dickens, Charles . Household Works. Bradbury & Evans (1850). A Weekly Journal; Conducted By Charles Dickens; Total 19 Volumes; First Appearance Of "A Childs History Of England" And "Hard Times" . Additionally All Five Special Christmas Issues Are Present Containing Dickens Stories "A Christmas Tree", "The Poor Relations Story", "The Childs Story", "What Christmas Is As We Grow Older", "The Schoolboys Story", "Nobodys Story", "The First Poor Traveler", "The Road" & "The Guest, The Boots And The Bill".

Dickens, Charles. The PERSONAL HISTORY And EXPERIENCE Of DAVID COPPERFIELD. John Wiley (1850). 2 Volumes; 40 Illustrations Engraved On Wood By J. W. Orr, From Designs By H. K. Browne; First Issue Points Are: Chapter Xxvii Listed In On Contents Page As P.283 Not P. 282. "Recal" Line 1 On Page 16 And On Page 225 Line 22; "Cha Pter ;Ut" Appears On Page 19 12 Lines From The Bottom; "Screamed" Appears For "Screwed" On P.132 Line 20; "Corroboration" Is 6 Lines Up On Page 387; There Are No Quotes At The End Of 13 Lines From The Bottom On P.472.

Dickens, Charles . Le Neveu de Ma Tante. Bureaux de la Revue Britannique (1851). Histoire Personnelle De David Copperfield; Prcde Dune Notice Biographique Et Littraire Par Amde Pichot; 3E Edn Plus Complte Que Les Precedents; 3 Vols.

Dickens, Charles. THE PERSONAL HISTORY Of DAVID COPPERFIELD . Lea and Blanchard, Philadelphia (1851). American Notes %2B The Necromancer Or, The Mysteries Of The Court Of Henry The Eighth Printed From The Advanced Sheets; Illustrated With 7 Plates By H K Browne.

Dickens, Charles . A Childs History of England . Bradbury & Evans (1852). 3 Volumes; Each Volume Illustrated With Frontispiece By W. Topham.

Dickens, Charles . Bleak House . Bradbury & Evans (1852). In 20 Original Parts, Bound In Nineteen; 40 Plates By Hablot K. Browne, Including The Frontispiece And Vignette Title Page.

Dickens, Charles . Christmas Books. Chapman & Hall (1852). Contains A Christmas Carol, The Chimes, The Cricket On The Hearth, The Haunted Man And Battle Of Life; The Frontispiece Illustration Is By John Leech.

Dickens, Charles . Home and Social Philosophy. G.P. Putnams Sons (1852). Or, Chapters On Every-Day Topics; From "Household Words," Edited By Charles Dickens.

Dickens, Charles. Household Words. Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1852). All Items Are Anonymous, But Fiction Includes: Lizzie Leigh, The Well Of Pen-Morfa, The Heart Of John Middleton By Mrs Gaskell, The Miners Daughters By William Howitt, The Sickness And Health Of The People Of Bleaburn, The Home Of Woodruffe The Gardener, The Marsh-Fog And The See-Breeze By Harriet Martineau, My Wonderful Adventures In Skitzland By Henry Morley, The Spendthrifts Daughter By Anne Marsh-Caldwell, The Three Sisters By Georgiana Craik; Also Numerous Articles By Charles Dicken; 14 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles. A Childs History of England. Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig (1853). 3 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . Bleak House. Bradbury & Evans (1853). 40 Plates (Ten Dark Plates) Including Frontispiece With Tissue Guard And Vignette Title By H.K. Browne; 2 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . A Childs History of England. Jenks, Hickling, and Swan, Boston (1854). 2 Volumes; Volume I: England From Ancient Times, To The Reign Of Henry The Fifth; Volume Ii: England From The Reign Of Henry The Sixth To The Revolution Of 1688; 2 Engavings By Topham.

Dickens, Charles . HARD TIMES . Harper & Brothers, Publishers (1854).

Dickens, Charles . Household Words. Office 16, Wellington St (1854). A Weekly Journal; Includes "Hard Times" By Charles Dickens.

Dickens, Charles . Pearl-Fishing. Alden, Beardsley, Auburn (1854). A Collection Of Ten Tales From The American Edition Of Household Words Which Were Not Actually By Dickens, But Were Edited By Him.

Dickens, Charles . Florence Dombey. Redfield (1855).

Dickens, Charles . LITTLE DORRIT. Bradbury and Evans (1855). Bound In 19 Monthly Parts, 40 Plates With Illustrations By Hablot K. Browne; First Issue With "Rigaud" For "Blandois," Pages 467, 470, 472, And 473

Dickens, Charles. Speech of Charles Dickens. Effingham Wilson (1855). Delivered At The Meeting Of The Administrative Reform Association.

Dickens, Charles . The Holly-Tree Inn. Dix & Edwards (1855). Collins, Wilkie; Proctor, Adelaide Anne; Howitt, William; Parr, Harriet; A New Christmas Story; Being An Christmas Number Of Household Words; In Seven Chapters.

Dickens, Charles . Little Dorrit . Bradbury & Evans (1857). Illustrated With 40 Etched Plates After Drawings By H.K. (Phiz) Browne; First State With B2 Instead Of Bb2 On P. 371, And Rigaud For Blandois On Pp. 469, 470, 472, And 473.

Wilkie, Collins. The Perils of Certain English Prisoners, and Their Treasure in Women, Children, Silver and Jewels. Bradbury and Evans (1857). Collins, Wilkie; The Extra Christmas Number Of Household Words; Conducted And Edited By Charles Dickens

Dickens, Charles . Household Words. Household Words (1858). ("Railway Edition" Of The January Issues Of 1859).

Dickens, Charles. The POOR TRAVELLER. Bradbury & Evans (1858). Boots At The Holly-Tree Inn: And Mrs. Gamp.

Dickens, Charles . The Story of Little Dombey . Bradbury & Evans (1858). The First "Reading" Edition, And One Of The 5 Titles Issued By Bradbury & Evans

Dickens, Charles. A Tale of Two Cities . Chapman and Hall (1859). With 33 Illustrations By John Mclenan; With 16 Plates By Phiz, Or Browne; Includes The Frontispiece And Vignette Title By Browne And The Last Time " Phiz " Was To Ever Illustrate For Charles Dickens; First Edition, First Issue. Page 134 Line 12 "Affetcionately" Misspelling, Page 213 Shows Incorrect Pagination ("113").

Dickens, Charles . All the Year Round. Chapman and Hall (1859). 9 Volumes; The Complete Run Of All The Year Round As Conducted By Charles Dickens. Includes A Tale Of Two Cities, Great Expectations, And The Uncommercial Traveller As Originally Published In Serial Form, As Well As Many Other Contributions By Dickens, The Editor. Also Contains The First Publications Of The Woman In White And The Moonstone By Wilkie Collins.'

Dickens, Charles. Tale of Two Cities. Chapman & Hall (1859). First Issue State With "B" Signature And Page 213 Misnumbered "113"; 16 Plates, Including Frontispiece And Vignette Title, By Browne [Phiz]; 64 Illustrations From Original Designs By John Mclenan.

Dickens, Charles . A Curious Dance Round a Curious Tree. St. Lukes Hospital (1860). First Issue With The Final Paragraph On Page 19 In Regular Type.

Dickens, Charles . ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Chapman & Hall (1861).

Dickens, Charles . Great Expectations. Chapman and Hall (1861). 1000 Copies; 3 Volumes; Frontis By F. O. C. Darley In Volume I; By John Gilbert In Volume Ii; First Issue - No Edition Number Given To The Title Page (Later Issues Printed The Number Of Edition).

Dickens, Charles. THE LAMPLIGHTERS STORY. T. B. Peterson & Brothers, Philadelphia (1861). Hunted Down; The Detective Police; And Other Nouvellettes; Volume Also Contains Dickens' The Ghost In Master Bs Room, And The First Editions In Book Form Of Wilkie Collins' The Ghost In The Cupboard Room And Mrs. Gaskell'S The Ghost In The Garden Room.

Dickens, Charles . The Uncommercial Traveller. Chapman & Hall (1861). 1500 Copies; First Issue With Dec. 1860 Ads

Dickens, Charles . Great Expectations. Chapman and Hall (1862). 3 Volumes; Illustrated By Kipps.

Dickens, Charles . Our Mutual Friend. Harper & Brothers (1865). 40 Illustrations By Marcus Stone; The Designs Of Marcus Stone Are Engraved On Wood By Dalziel (21) And W. T. Green (19)

Dickens, Charles. Great Expectations . Chapman & Hall (1866). Illustrated By Marcus Clayton Stone.

Dickens, Charles. The Uncommercial Traveller. Chapman & Hall (1866). Frontispiece By G.J.Pinwell And F. Barnard; 11 Chapters.

Dickens, Charles. WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS. Hurd and Houghton, MA (1866). Including: Pickwick Papers, Great Expectations, Christmas Books, Etc; Illustrated From Drawings By John Gilbert And F.O.C. Darley; 56 Volumes

Dickens, Charles. SKETCHES BY BOZ. Chapman and Hall (1867). Illustrative Of Every-Day Life And Every-Day People; With Forty Illustrations By George Cruikshank.

Dickens, Charles. The Charles Dickens Dinner. Chapman & Hall (1867). An Authentic Record Of The Public Banquet Given To Mr. Charles Dickens, At The Freemasons Hall, London, On Saturday, November 2, 1867, Prior To His Departure For The United States; With A Report Of The Speeches From Special Shorthand Notes.

Dickens, Charles . The Works. Chapman & Hall (1867). 18 Works Bound In 13 Volumes; The Works Are As Follows: 1- David Copperfield; 2- Barnaby Rudge; 3- Great Expectations; 4- Our Mutual Friends; 5- The Posthumous Papers Of The Pickwick Club; 6- Martin Chuzzlewit; 7- Sketches By Boz; 8- The Uncommercial Traveller; 9- Bleak House; 10- Hard Times And Pictures From Italy; 11- American Notes, And Reprinted Pieces; 12- The Old Curiosity Shop; 13- Nicholas Nickleby

Dickens, Charles . All The Year Round. Chapman & Hall (1868). Collins, Wilkie; Lever, Charles; Reade, Charles; Buler-Lytton, Sir Edward; Gaskell, Elizabeth, Et Al; A Weekly Journal; Conducted By Charles Dickens; With Which Is Incorporated Household Words; Include A Tale Of Two Cities And Great Expectations; Wilkie Collinss The Woman In White, No Name And The Moonstone; Charles Levers A Days Ride: A Lifes Romance; Bulwer-Lyttons A Strange Story; Gaskells The Grey Woman; Reades Very Hard Cash; And Salas Quite Alone; 20 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . Holiday Romance. Ticknor & Fields, Boston (1868). In Four Parts; In Our Young Folks; An Illustrated Magazine For Boys And Girls; Edited By J. T. Trowbridge And Lucy Larcom; 5 Volumes Issue.

Dickens, Charles . The Christmas Numbers of All the Year Round. Chapman & Hall (1868). First Collected Edition; Conducted By Charles Dickens.

Dickens, Charles . The READINGS Of MR. CHARLES DICKENS. Ticknor & Fields, Boston (1868). As Condensed By Himself David Copperfield And The Trial From Pickwick. Illustrated By S. Eytinge.

Dickens, Charles . THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS. Bigelow, Brown and Co. (1868). National Library Edition 20 Volumes Complete

Dickens, Charles . A Christmas Carol . Ticknor and Fields, Boston (1869). In Prose; Engineered By James T. Fields, Close Friend To Dickens, And Led To A Controversy With Harpers Over These Rights.

Dickens, Charles. ADDRESS DELIVERED At The BIRMINGHAM And MIDLAND INSTITUTE,. Josiah Allen, Birmingham (1869). On The 27Th September, 1869; By Charles Dickens, Esquire, President.

Dickens, Charles . Edwin Drood . Chapman & Hall (1870). In 6 Parts

Dickens, Charles. HUNTED DOWN. John Camden Hotten (1870). A Story. With Some Accout Of Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, The Poisoner

Dickens, Charles . Mystery of Edwin Drood. Chapman and Hall (1870). With Twelve Illustrations By S. L. Fildes, And A Portrait And A Vignette Title-Page.

Dickens, Charles. SPEECHES, LETTERS, And SAYINGS. Harper & Bros. (1870). To Which Is Added A Sketch Of The Author By George Augustus Sala And Dean Stanleys Sermon. Wood Engraving Frontispiece Of Dickens.

Dickens, Charles. The Mystery of Edwin Drood . Chapman and Hall (1870). With Engraved Portrait Of Dickens By J. H. Baker, Additional Engraved Title-Page With Vignette, 12 Full-Page Plates By S. L. Fildes

Dickens, Charles. The MYSTERY Of EDWIN DROOD. Fields Osgood & Co., Boston (1870). And Some Uncollected Pieces; Illustrated With 12 B&W Cuts After Luke Fildes Originals; And Holiday Romance; Illustrated With 4 Wood Engravings In Text; "Some Memories Of Charles Dickens", "George Silvermans Explanation", And The "Will Of Charles Dickens".

Dickens, Charles. The Mystery of Mr E. Drood. Punchinello Publishing Company New York (1870). An Adaptation By Orpheu C. Kerr, In Punchinello

Dickens, Charles. The Works of C. Dickens. Chapman and Hall (1870). Titles Included Pickwick, Nickleby, Chuzzlewit, Old Curiosity Shop, Reprinted Pieces, Barnaby Rudge, Hard Times, Sketches By Boz, Oliver Twist, Dombey, Copperfield, Pictures From Italy, Bleak House, Little Dorrit, And Christmas Books. Illustrated By George Cruikshank, R. Seymour And "Phiz", H.K. Browne, G. Cattermole, D. Maclise, Etc.

Dickens, Charles. A Childs Dream of a Star . Fields, Osgood, & Co., Boston (1871). Illustrated With 11 Engravings By Hammatt Billings

Dickens, Charles. Hunted Down. John Camden Hotten (1871). With Some Account Of Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, The Poisoner; First English Edition.

Dickens, Charles. Mr. Dickens and Mr. Bentley. London (1871).

Dickens, Charles. The Strange Gentlemen. Chapman and Hall (1871). A Comic Burletta, In Two Acts. By Boz. First Performed At St. James'S Theatre; The First Play By Dickens To Be Performed Or Published, A Farce Based On The Chapter The Great Winglebury Duel In Sketches By Boz.

Dickens, Charles. Works. Chapman and Hall (1871). 29 Volumes; The Set Contains Following Volumes: -The Personal History Of David Copperfield. With Sixty-One Illustrations By J. Barnard. -Our Mutual Friend. With Fifty-Eight Illustrations By J. Mahoney. -Bleak House. With Sixty-One Illustrations By J. Barnard. -American Notes And Pictures From Italy. With Eighteen Illustrations By A. B. Frost And Gordon Thomson. -Sketches By Boz. Illustrative Of Every-Day Life And Every-Day People. With Thirty-Four Illustrations By F. Barnard. -The Adventures Of Oliver Twist. With Twenty-Eight Illustrations By J. Mahoney. -The Posthumous Papers Of The Pickwick Club. With Fifty-Seven Illustrations By "Phiz". -The Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit With Fifty-Nine Illustrations By J. Barnard With Fifty-Eight Illustrations By J. Mahoney. -The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby With Fifty-Nine Illustrations By F. Barnard. -The Mystery Of Edwin Drood With Thirty Illustrations By L. Fildes, E. G. Dalziel, And F. Barnard. -Barnaby Rudge. A Tale Of The Irots Of "Eighty" With Forty-Six Illustrations By F. Barnard -Great Expectations With Thirty Illustrations By F. A. Fraser. -A Tale Of Two Cities With Twenty-Five Illustrations By F. Barnard. -Hard Times With Twenty Illustrations By H. French. -A Childs History Of England With Fifteen Illustrations By J. Mcl. Ralston. -The Uncommercial Traveller. With Twenty-Six Illustrations By E. G. Dalziel. -Christmas Stories From "Household Words" And "All The Year Round" With Twenty-Three Illustrations By E. G. Dalziel. -The Old Curiosity Shop With Thirty-Nine Illustrations By C. Green. -Dombey And Son With Sixty-Two Illustrations By F. Barnard; The Life Of Charles Dickens By John Forster With Forty Illustrations - Christmas Books By Charles Dickens With Twenty-Eight Illustrations By F.Barnard.

Dickens, Charles. John Jaspers Secret. London Publishing Offices (1872). Being A Narrative Of Certain Events Following And Explaining The Mystery Of Edwin Drood; 20 Plates

Dickens, Charles. The Life of Charles Dickens. Chapman & Hall (1872). 3 Volume Set & The Letters Of Charles Dickens; Illustrated Throughout With Pictorial Engravings On Steel And Facsimiles Of Dickens' Notes, Letters And Manuscripts And Including Three Engraved Portrait Frontispieces Representing Dickens At Various Stages Of His Life.

Dickens, Charles. WORKS Of CHARLES DICKENS. Harper & Brothers (1872). Illustrated By Divers Artists, Including The Americans Abbey, Frost, Nast, & Reinhart; 16 Volumes Set.

Dickens, Charles. The Works . Chapman and Hall (1873). 30 Volumes; Illustrated Throughout Byrobert Seymour, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (Phiz), George Cattermole, John Leech, Etc

Dickens, Charles. The Life Of Charles Dickens. Chapman & Hall (1874). John Forster; 3 Vols; 1000 Numbered Sets.

Dickens, Charles . Works. Harper & Brothers (1875). Including: The Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby, Old Curiosity Shop, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, A Tale Of Two Cities, 32 Volumes; Illustrated Throughout By Robert Seymour, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (Phiz), George Cattermole, John Leech; Comprising 30 Volumes "Works Of Charles Dickens", Illustrated Library Edition

Dickens, Charles. IS SHE HIS WIFE?. James R. Osgood & Co., Boston (1877). Or, Something Singular; A Comic Burletta In One Act; 2 Prefatory Woodcut Vignettes

Dickens, Charles. Mr. Nightingales Diary. Osgood, Boston (1877). A Farce In One Act;

Dickens, Charles. A Pottery Story. Jones, McDuffee & Stratton, Boston (1878). Written By Charles Dickens For Household Words, Following His Visit, In 1852, To The Copeland Pottery Works In Staffordshire.

Dickens, Charles. George Silvermans Explanation . Southern Publishing Company (1878).

Dickens, Charles . Village Coquette. Richard Bentley (1878). A Comic Opera; In Two Acts; The Music By John Hullah.

Dickens, Charles. The Lamplighter. privately printed (1879). A Farce, Now First Printed From A Manuscript In The Forster Collection At The South Kensington Museum; 250 Copies.

Dickens, Charles. The Letters of Charles Dickens. Chapman & Hall (1880). Edited By Georgina Hogarth And Mamie Dickens;His Sister-In-Law And His Eldest Daughter; 3 Vols.

Dickens, Charles . THE MUDFROG PAPERS. Richard Bentley (1880). One Illustration ("The Tyrant Sowster") By George Cruikshank

Dickens, Charles . Works. Chapman and Hall (1880). Each Volume Has A New Preface By Edwin P. Whipple; 30 Volumes. Pickwick Papers/Dombey&Son/Bleak House/Edwin Drood - Childs Hist Of England/Nicholas Nickleby/Christmas Stories/Our Mutual Friend/Great Expectations - Hard Times - Italy/Martin Chuzzlewit/Barnaby Rudge/Little Dorrit/Old Curiososity Shop/Tales Of Two Cities - Oliver Twist/Sketches By Boz - Christmas Books/David Copperfield/ American Notes/Uncommercial Traveller.

Dickens, Charles. Works. Chapman And Hall (1881). 30 Volumes; 1000 Copies; Twelve Volumes Containing 200 Illustrations, 50 Steel Engravings By Cruikshank, Phiz, Barnard And Others. Dombey And Son; The Adventures Of Oliver Twist; The Uncommercial Traveler; Barnaby Rudge, And The Mystery Of Edwin Drood; The Personal History Of David Cooperfield; Great Expectations, Pictures From Italy, Master Humphreys Clock, No Thoroughfare;, Our Mutual Friend; The Old Curiosity Shop, Hard Times; Bleak House; Little Dorrit; A Childs History Of England, The Holly-Tree Inn, & Other Stories; Nicholas Nickleby; The Posthumous Papers Of The Pickwick Club

Heaphy, Thomas. A Wonderful Ghost Story. Griffith and Farran (1882). Being Mr.Hs Own Narrative, With Unpublished Letters From Charles Dickens Respecting It.

Dickens, Charles. The Plays And Poems. W H Allen (1882). Shepherd, Richard Herne ( Editor ); With A Few Miscellanies In Prose Now First Collected; 2 Vols; 150 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . Works of Charles Dickens . G. W. Carleton & Co. (1883). Illustrated By Leech, H.K. Browne (Phiz), Cruikshank,; 15 Volumes Complete; 1000 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . Great Expectations . Robson & Kerslake (1885). A Folder Of Etchings To Great Expectations; 200 Copies.

Dickens, Charles. Plays and Poems. W. H. Allen & Co. (1885). With A Few Miscellanies In Prose, Now First Collected, Edited, Prefaced And Annotated By Richard Herne Shepherd; 2 Volumes; 150 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . Works. John B. Alden (1885). 15 Volumes; Includes The Following Titles: Bleak House; Great Expectations And Uncommercial Traveller; Christmas Stories And Reprinted Pieces; Our Mutual Friend; Barnaby Rudge And Edwin Drood; Pickwick Papers; Childs History Of England And Miscellaneous; Little Dorrit; Dombey And Son; Old Curiosity Shop And Hard Times; Nicholas Nickleby; David Copperfield; Martin Chuzzlewit; Oliver Twist; Pictures From Italy, And American Notes; Tale Of Two Cities And Sketches By Boz.

Dickens, Charles . A Christmas Carol. Samuel E. Cassino, Boston (1887). In Prose; Being A Ghost Story Of Christmas; Illustrated By I.M. Gaugengigl And T.V. Chominski; 500 Copies.

Dicken, Charles. THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB. Chapman and Hall (1887). With Illustrations By R.Seymour, R.W.Buss, Hablot K.Browne ("Phiz") And J. Leech; 2 Volumes; 2000 Copies.

Dickens, Charles. A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Elliot Stock (1890). A Facsimile Reproduction Of The Author'S Original; With An Introduction By F. G. Kitton; With 24 Illust By Gaugengigl & Chominski.

Dickens, Charles. Characters from Dickens. S. Hildesheimer & Co. (1890). 24 Relief Scraps; Each Containing Two Or Three Well Known Characters From The Works Of This Popular Writer.

Dickens, Charles. THE LAZY TOUR OF TWO IDLE APPRENTICES. Chapman and Hall (1890). Wilkie Collins; No Throughfare, The Perils Of Certain English Prisoners; Woodcut Frontis And Plates By Arthur Layard

Dickens, Charles . WORKS. Chapman & Hall (1890). 17 Volumes, Volume I (A Tale Of Two Cities And A Childs History Of England); Volume Ii (The Pickwick Papers); Volume Iii (Oliver Twist And The Uncommercial Traveler); Volume Iv (Master Humphreys Clock And The Mystery Of Edwin Drood); Volume V (Great Expectations And Reprinted Pieces, Etc.); Volume Vi (Dombey And Son); Volume Vii (Nicholas Nickleby); Volume Viii (David Copperfield); Volume Ix (Christmas Stories); Volume X (Bleak House); Volume Xi (American Notes And Pictures From Italy); Volume Xii (Sketches By Boz); Volume Xiii (Martin Chuzzlewit); Volume Xiv (The Old Curiosity Shop); Volume Xv (Barnaby Rudge); Volume Xvi (Little Dorrit; And Volume Xvii (Our Mutual Friend).

Dickens, Charles . The Writings of Charles Dickens. Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1894). With Critical And Bibliographical Introductions And Notes By Edwin Percy Whipple And Others; Illustrated With Steel Portraits And Engravings From The Original Designs By Browne, Cruikshank, Leech, And Others; In Thirty-Two Volumes; 648 Steel Engravings, Including Two Frontispieces By Darley In Each Of 26 Volumes

Dickens, Charles . The Adventures Of Oliver Twist. Chapman And Hall (1895). Or The Parish Boys Progress; With 24 Illustrations By George Cruikshank; 500 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . Works of Charles Dickens In Thirty-four Volumes . Chapman & Hall (1897). Intro By Andrew Lanf; 36 Volume Set

Dickens, Charles . A Christmas Carol. Chapman and Hall (1899). In Prose, Being A Ghost Story Of Christmas; The Cricket On The Hearth, The Battle Of Life, The Chimes, The Haunted Man - 5 Volume Set.

Dickens, Charles. PICTORIAL PICKWICKIANA . Chapman & Hall (1899). Grego, Joseph, Ed; 2 Volumes. Bibliography Of Pickwicks Illustrations, English & American, From 1837 To 1899.

Dickens, Charles. WORKS. Chapman and Hall (1899). 34 Volumes; With Introduction, General Essay, And Notes By Andrew Lang; With "The Life Of Charles Dickens" By John Forster (2 Volumes).

Dickens, Charles . The Complete Works of Charles Dickens. Harper & Brothers (1900). Total 30 Volumes; Include: The Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby, Old Curiosity Shop, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, A Tale Of Two Cities, Great Expectations, Etc; 1000 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . The Personal History of David Copperfield. Chapman and Hall (1900). Illustrated With 39 Engraved Plates And Engraved Title By H. K. Browne.

Dickens, Charles . The Authentic Edition . Chapman & Hall (1901). 21 Volumes; Colour Frontispiece In Each Volume Plus Further Plates (Mainly The Original Phiz Plates But With Others After Seymour, Goodman Et Al)

Dickens, Charles . Works. Chapman & Hall (1901). 22 Volumes;With Illustrations By Phiz And Others Including George Cruickshank, Charles Green And Seymour. The Posthumous Papers Of The Pickwick Club. A Tale Of Two Cities. The Adventures Of Oliver Twist. Christmas Books. The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby. The Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit. Dombey And Son. The Old Curiosity Shop. Barnaby Rudge. The Personal History Of David Copperfield. Bleak House. Little Dorrit. Great Expectations. Our Mutual Friend. Hard Times. Reprinted Pieces. Sketches By Boz. American Notes For General Circulation. Pictures From Italy. The Uncommercial Traveller. A ChildS History Of England. Christmas Stories. The Mystery Of Edwin Drood. Master HumphreyS Clock. Miscellaneous Papers.

Dickens, Charles . A christmas carol . Roycroft Shop (1902). In Prose; Being A Ghost Story

Dickens, Charles . The Works of Charles Dickens . Scribners (1902). In Thirty-Six Volumes; With Introductions, General Essay, And Notes By Andrew Lang.

Dickens, Charles. Cruikshanks Water Colours. Adam and Charles Black (1903). With Introduction By Joseph Grego; 300 Copies; 67 Full-Page Colour Plates; Three Works Illustrated By Cruikshank: Oliver Twist (Dickens), The Misers Daughter (Ainsworth) , History Of The Irish Rebellion In 1798, And Emmetts Insurrection In 1803 (Maxwell).

Dickens, Charles . Works. Chapman and Hall (1903). Edition De Luxe Of The Gadshill Edition. No 54 Of 130 Copies; Illustrations On Japanese Paper;

Dickens, Charles. A Christmas Carol . J. M. Dent (1905). In Prose, Being A Ghost Story Of Christmas; Eight Full-Page Color Plates By C.E.Brock, 10 Black And White Text Illustrations

Dickens, Charles . The Chimes . J M Dent, UK (1905). 8 Color Illustrations & 9 B&W Illustrations By C.E. Brock

Dickens, Charles . The Works of Charles Dickens . Chapman & Hall Limited (1906). Total 40 Volumes; 750 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . Charles Dickens Library. Educational Book Co. Ltd (1910). 18 Volumes; Including 500 Special Plates Drawn Expressly For This Edition By Harry Furness. With Testimonial Stamp On Each Book; Sketches By Boz.

Dickens, Charles . Mr. Pickwick. Hodder & Stoughton (1910). Pages From The Pickwick Papers With Illustrations By Frank Reynolds; 350 Numbered Copies Bound In Vellum; Accompanied By 25 Full-Color Reynolds Tipped-In Plates With Printed Tissue Guards.

Dickens, Charles . CHARLES DICKENS LIBRARY SET . Educational Book Co Ltd (1910). 18 Volumes Set; Ilustrated By Harry Furnis.

Dickens, Charles . The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Chapman & Hall (1910). 2 Volumes; 24 Colour Plates And Numerous Black & White Illustrations By Cecil Aldin; 250 Copies

Dickens, Charles . Works. Chapman and Hall (1910). Total 36 Volumes; Barnaby Rudge, Hard Times, A Childs History Of England, Great Expectiations, The Pickwick Papers, Martin Chuzzlewit, Master Humphreys Clock And Edwin Drood; The Old Curiosity Shop, Reprinted Pieces, Dombey And Sons, Our Mutual Friend, American Notes And Pictures From Italy, The Uncommercial Traveller, Christmas Books, Little Dorrit, Sketches By Boz, Christmas Stories, Oliver Twist, A Tale Of Two Cities, Nicholas Nickelby And Bleak House.

Dickens, Charles . Childrens Stories From Dickens . Raphael Tuck (1911). Re-Told By His Grand-Daughter Mary Angela Dickens And Others; With An Introduction By Percy Fitzgerald; Illustrated By Harold Copping; Edited By Edric Vredenburg; Illustrated With 12 Colour Plates And Numerous Line Drawings Within The Text; 500 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . The Personal History of David Copperfield. Hodder and Stoughton (1911). 20 Colour Illustrations By Frank Reynolds.

Dickens, Charles . Les papiers posthumes du Pickwick-club. Librairie Hachette (1912). 250 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . Pears Centenary. A. & F. Pears (1912). Edition Of Charles Dickens Christmas Books: A Christmas Carol; The Chimes; The Haunted Man; The Battle Of Life; The Cricket On The Hearth; Each Of The First Four Titles Contains About Thirty Illustrations By Charles Green; The Last Has Twenty-Two Illustrations By L. Rossi; 5 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS. Gresham Publishing (1912). Standard Edition, 20 Volumes, Complete; Illustrated By Max Cowper.

Dickens, Charles . The Old Curiosity Shop . Hodder & Stoughton (1913). Illustrated With Colour Pictorial Title-Page And Twenty Tipped-In Colour Plates By Frank Reynold; 350 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . The Universal Edition of the Works. Chapman and Hall (1914). 22 Volumes.

Dickens,Charles. A Christmas Carol . William Heinemann (1915). 525 Copies Signed By Arthur Rackham

Dickens, Charles . Der Weihnachtsabend. Rascher, Zurich-Leipzig (1917). 500 Copies; Illustriert Von A. Rackham.

Dickens, Charles . CHRISTMAS CAROL. Press of the Woolly Whale (1930). Being A Ghost Story Of Christmas; 250 Copies; Five Decorative Initial Letters And Marleys Knocker Design Below Colophon Designed And Drawn By W.A.Diggins.

Dickens, Charles . The Chimes . Limited Editions Club (1931). Illustrated With Six Full-Page Black And White Illustrations And Fourteen Smaller Black And White Drawings Throughout The Text By Arthur Rackham; Introduction Edward Wagenknecht; 1500 Copies. Signed By Rackham.

Dickens, Charles. The First Editions of the Writings of Charles Dickens . Maggs Bros (1932). Eckel, John C; Their Points And Values; A Bibliography Revised And Enlarged With Illustrations And Facsimiles; 750 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB. Piccadilly Fountain Press (1932). Containing A Faithful Record Of The Perambulations, Perils, Travels, Adventures And Sporting Transactions Of The Corresponding Members; Edited By Boz; 20 Volumes; 1000 Copies; With Introductions By John Harrison Stonehouse With Forty-Three Illustrations By R. Seymour, R. W. Buss And Phiz

Hatton, Thomas. A Bibliography of the Periodical Works. Chapman & Hall (1933). And Arthur H. Cleaver; Bibliographical, Analytical And Statistical; 750 Copies;31 Illustrations And Facsimilies.

Dickens, Charles. THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB. Limited Editions Club, Oxford (1933). Introduction By G. K. Chesterton; Illustrated By John Austen; 1500 Copies; 2 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . The Life of Our Lord . Simon and Schuster (1934). Illustrated With Various Artwork, Facsimilies, Etc. Forward By Lady Dickens; 2387 Numbered Copies.

Dickens, Charles . GREAT EXPECTATIONS . Limited Editions Club, Edinburgh (1937). Bound In Green Buckram And Printed By R. & R. Clark With A Previously Unpublished 6000-Word Preface By George Bernard Shaw; 1500 Copies With 55 Illustrations By Gordon Ross And Signed By The Illustrator On The Colophon Page

Dickens, Charles . LES PAPIERS POSTHUMES DU PICKWICK-CLUB. Editions du Rameau Dor (1937). Complet En 3 Volumes;Touchet Jacques (Illustrateur); 1500 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . The Nonesuch Dickens. Nonesuch Press (1937). 24 Vols; The 24Th Volume Contains The Original Steel Plate Entitled "Mr. Merdle A Borrower", Engraved By K. Browne (Phiz) For Messrs. Chapman & Hall Ltd; 877 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . Sketches by Boz and Early Minor Works . Nonesuch Press, Bloomsbury (1938). Limited To 877 Copies; A Single Volume From The Nonesuch Dickens, The Great Edition Of 19378, Designed By Francis Meynell.

Dickens, Charles . Les Papiers posthumes du Pickwick-Club . Marseille, Club du Livre (1946). Publis Par Charles Dickens, Illustrs Par Berthold-Mahn. Traduction De Paul Dottin Sous La Direction De Lon Lemonnier; 3 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . Great Expectations . Shepherd Press, Sydney (1947). Two Tipped In Black And White Plates And 46 Full Page Illustrations By Norman Lindsay

Dickens, Charles . David Copperfield. Club du Livre, Marseille (1948). 3 Volumes

Dickens, Charles . Obras completas. Aguilar, Madrid (1951). 6 Vols; Ensayo Biogrfico, Traduccin Y Notas De Jos Mndez Herrera. Coleccin Obras Eternas.

Dickens, Charles . Complete Works Centennial Edition . Heron Books (1970). 36 Volumes; Illustrations By Seymour And Phiz, Charles Green, Greiffenhagen, Marcus Stone, Cruikshank, Landseer, Maclise, Leech, Tenniel, Stanfield Et Al, With General Intro & Preface By J B Priestley, And With Individual Intros By Eleanor Farjeon, Frederick Page, Sir Osbert & Sacheverell Sitwell, Sir John Shuckburgh, Dingle Foot, Humphrey House, Dame Sybil Thorndike, Earl Of Wicklow & Others.

Dickens,Charles . Christmas Carol . Entertainment Partners Ltd (1984). With 32 Full Colour Photographs From The Film By David James, Each Dry Mounted Onto Thick High Quality Paper; 26 Copies

Dickens, Charles . Master Humphreys Clock . Nottingham Court Press (1984). 750 Copies.

Dickens, Charles . The Oxford Illustrated Dickens . Oxford University Press (1991). This Is The Complete Works Of Charles Dickens In 21 Volumes.

Dickens, Charles . A Christmas Carol in Prose. Arion Press (1993). Being A Ghost Story Of Christmas; With An Introduction By Paul Davis; Illustrated With 50 Drawings By Ida Applebroog; 200 Numbered Copies Signed By The Artist And Printed On Rives Mouldmade Paper

Dickens, Charles . The Nonesuch Dickens. Nonesuch Press (2005). Six Volume Set: Bleak House, The Christmas Books, Oliver Twist, Great Expectations & Hard Times, David Copperfield & Nicholas Nickleby; 24 Volumes.