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(New York). (1993). 8vo. Facsimile ed. Full leather. A.e.g. NF.
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8vo. LIMITED SIGNED EDITION, one of 1500 copies. SIGNED by the illustrator. Fading to spine. Light fading to slipcase. Small tear to top edge of slipcase. VG/-- in VG slipcase.
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3 volumes. 8vo. Later printings of Brock edition. Publisher's 1/2 calf over boards, with bookseller's (binder's) ticket of B.H. Blackwell, Oxford, to front paste-downs. T.e.g. Minor edgewear and rubbing to extremities of leather, with a few, small stains and scuffs to spines. Light scratching to boards. Offsetting to margins of endpapers and to cover sheets of frontispieces. VG. THE SET:
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Much more than an historical examination of liability, criminal law, torts, bail, possession and ownership, and contracts, The Common Law articulates the ideas and judicial theory of one of the greatest justices of the Supreme Court. G. Edward White reminds us why the book remains essential reading not only for law students but also for anyone interested in American history. The text published is, with occasional corrections of typographical errors, identical with that found in the first and all subsequent printings by Little, Brown.
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Reveals Holmes' achievements as judge, historian, and philosopher through previously unpublished letters, opinions, essays, and speeches
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