The Works … in two Volumes …

London: Printed for C. and J. Ollier … 1818.

Two vols, 8vo., pp. [2], ix, [1], 291, [1]; [6], 259. [3], with a half-title in vol. I (not required in vol. II) and a terminal advertisement in vol. II; some occasional spotting, but a very good copy, uncut, in the original quarter green cloth and grey drab boards, printed spine labels (worn and chipped); the Simon Nowell-Smith copy.

£475

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First edition, dedicated to ‘my dear Coleridge’: a selection of poems, essays and letters, as well as John Woodvil and Rosamund Gray. There are also five poems by Charles’s sister Mary.

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