The Imperial Edition of the Novels of CHARLES Dickens, in 16 volumes, large square 8vo, cloth extra, gilt top.

An Ideal Issue. One Novel, One Volume. Despite varying lengths, the paper, etc, is so adjusted that each volume is uniform in thickness and size.

The Cheapest Edition. The price of each volume makes the edition the cheapest of the best editions.

Sumptuously Bound. The cloth is of the finest and is imperial red in colour. The embellishments (produced in gold) are an appropriate design of national arms and imperial emblems by the eminent designer, Talwin Morris.

Illustrations a Unique Feature. Every picture drawn specially at enormous cost for this "Imperial" edition by the best known and most celebrated Artists of to-day.

George Gissing's Masterly Study. A literary character study, the work of this great authority, forms one of the volumes of this issue, and is illustrated with pictures of some of the quaint old hostclries and places made famous by Dickens, and is altogether an invaluable addition to this issue.

Presentation Portrait. To every subscriber to this edition will be presented with the last volume a magnificent Photogravure of Charles Dickens. It is printed on the finest plate paper, 22 inches by 30 inches, and has been specially engraved for this edition.

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