The handsome three-volume reproduction is so beautifully executed that it's almost indistinguishable from the 1768 original, right down to the natural age spots and watermarks on the pages. It serves as a time capsule of the world's knowledge and a must-have for collectors of history or vintage books, the set lends an unmistakable air of prestige to any home or office.

Key Benefits

  • Provides fascinating insight into the life and thoughts of Britain at the dawn of the age of invention
  • Serves as a time capsule of the world's knowledge and a must have for collectors of history or vintage books
  • Lends an unmistakable air of prestige to any home or office

Key Features

  • What was known then, and what was not, will fascinate, intrigue, surprise and entertain for hours on end
  • Beautifully bound and almost indistinguishable from the 1768 original
  • The antique look of the hand-set type has been skilfully retained, right down to the natural age spots and watermarks on the pages
  • Superbly illustrated with original engravings by Andrew Bell, one of the founders of Encyclopedia Britannica

Volumes: 3

Pages: 2,659

ISBN: 978-0-85229-066-8