Victorian Yellowbacks & Paperbacks, 1849-1905. Volume VII: F.V. White & Co., Cassell & Co., William Blackwood & Sons, Vizetelly. Dr. Chester W. TOPP.

Victorian Yellowbacks & Paperbacks, 1849-1905. Volume VII: F.V. White & Co., Cassell & Co., William Blackwood & Sons, Vizetelly.

Denver: Hermitage Bookshop, 2003,

First Edition. quarto, cloth in dust jacket. (xii), (464) pp. Hermitage Bookshop, Item #12476

Illustrated, with 32 color plates. Yellowbacks were an important branch of fiction publishing in Victorian England, inexpensive books designed to be sold in railway stalls. This first volume focuses on George Routledge. Topp's multi-volume bibliography is based on his collection of 1700 Yellowbacks and 1900 19th century paperbacks, organized around the major publishers. Entries are arranged chronologically, listing both the first English and American editions. New, without flaw.

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