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Benjamin Disraeli, born 1804 and died 1881. Primarily known in Britain as a politician, and Conservative Prime Minister, eventually becoming the Earl of Beaconsfield. He was, in his day, a very popular and successful novelist. Early work was of a romantic nature and a little 'wet', later work saw him as a political satirist, Coningsby and Sybil being regarded as classics of the genre. For potential collectors life is not easy, or indeed cheap. All off the pre 1900 titles are fairly expensive and rare. As ever with double and triple deckers of the period, original bindings are the most desirable, though somewhat optimistic. Unsurprisingly, Vivian Grey is by far the rarest and consequently most valuable ( Disrali).
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Title   Date Notes
Vivian Grey Colburn 1826-27 Anonymous, 5 volumes
The Young Captain Popanilla Colburn 1828  
The Young Duke Colburn 1831 3 volumes
Contarini Fleming Murray 1832 4 vols. Reissued in 1834 as The Young Venetian
The Wondrous Tale of Alroy Saunders 1833 3 volumes
A Year at Hartlebury Saunders 1834 2 vols, as Cherry and Fair Star
The Revolutionary Epick Moxon 1834 2 volumes
Henrietta Temple Colburn 1836 3 volumes
Venetia or the Poet's Daughter Colburn 1837 3 volumes
Coningsby or the new Generation Colburn 1844 3 volumes
Sybil or the Two Nations Colburn 1845 Triple decker
Tancred or the New Crusade Colburn 1847 3 volumes
Lothair Longman 1870 Three volumes
Endymion Longman 1880 3 volumes
Ixion in Heaven Cape 1925 US: 1925 Holt
The Infernal Marriage Jackson 1929 850 copies

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