REMINISCENCES AND ANECDOTES. Series I-IV (4 volume set, bound in 3)
London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1864. Leather. 1864-1866. 4 series (volumes) bound as 3. Mixed editions, Uniformly bound. 12mos. [Vol.1&2] xi, 340; [Vol.3] viii, 234; [Vol.4] viii, 195 pp., illustrated with frontispieces (some colored), and engraved plates. Uniformy bound in half dark green calf, with line marbled paper over boards. Title and series on red and brown morocco labels on the spine in gilt. All edges marbled; matching marbled end papers. The series labels on the spines are chipped. Tips rubbed. Fourth series text is beginning to tone. Tight. A handsome set, Near Fine. Near Fine. Item #23430
4 series (volumes), bound as 3. Titled: Recollections and Anecdotes of the Camp, the Court, and the Clubs, at the close of the last War with France, a New Edition, comprising the First and Second Series of Reminiscences, 1864;
Celebrities of London and Paris, being a Third Series of Reminiscences and Anecdotes, First edition, 1865;
Captain Gronow's Last Recollections, being the Fourth and Final Series of his Reminiscences and Anecdotes, Second edition, 1866.