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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1898. Very Good. 32 Volumes, bound in burgundy cloth with gilt frame on front cover and white medallion embossed with an elephant and bordered in gold on the front of each. corners are sharp, gold lettering and decoration on the spines which are moderately sunned. Each volume has a frontis with a tissue guard plus another three illustrations many are illustrated by John Lokwood Kipling. Neat ownership marking on ffep in most volumes. Titles range in [publication date from 1898 to 1937. Any exception to these conditions are listed beside the titles, which are: Plain Tales From the Hills 1898; Soldiers Three and Military Tales Part 1 1898; Soldiers Three and Military Tales Part II 1898; In Black and White 1898; The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Stories 1898; Under the Deodars, The Story of Gadsby s, Wee Willie Winkie 1898 (hinges cracked); the Jungle Book 1898 (hinges cracked); The Second Jungle Book 1898 (hinges cracked); The Light That Failed 1898 (hinges cracked); The Naulahka 1898; Verses 1889-1896 1898 (hinges cracked, poem glued to rear endpapers White Man;s Burden ); Captain s Courageous, A Story of the Grand Banks 1898; the Day s Work Part I 1899; The Day s work Part II 1899; From Sea to Sea Letters of Travel Part I 1899; From Sea to Sea Letters of Travel Part II 1899; Early Verse 1899; Stalky & Co. 1900 (6 b&w postcards are glued to the front blank endpapers. They depict scenes in Westward Ho! and Bideford); Kim 1902 (front hinge cracked); Just so Stories for Little Children 1903 (no frontis or an indication that there ever was one); The Five Nations 1903; Traffics and Discoveries 1904; Puck of Pook s Hill 1906; Actions and Reactions 1909; Rewards and Fairies 1910; A Diversity of Creatures 1917; The Years Between and Poems From History 1919; Letters of Travel 1892-1913 1920 (boards are green); The Irish Guard in the Great War Part I The First Battalion 1923; The Irish Guard in the Great War Part II The Second Battalion and Appendices 1923 (boards are brown); Land and Sea Tales 1937 Price reflects extra shipping.