Jules Verne’s beloved adventure novel – and the ultimate race against time – in a spectacular recreation of its rare lavishly illustrated First English language edition of 1873. From Victorian England and colonial India to the "mysterious" Southeast Asia, and the "wild" American West, Phileas Fogg and his loyal valet, Passepartout undertake one of literature’s greatest adventures on their quest to circumnavigate the globe.

Bound in genuine leather, this deluxe Collector Edition features all the original vintage illustrations from the first edition that help bring the story vividly to life - just as they did for the book's first readers over a century ago. The volume is accented in 22kt gold and comes is a cloth-bound "clam shell" slipcase. The pages are printed on archival-quality, acid-neutral paper and Smyth-sewn - not just glued - into the binding for long life. The page ends are gilded with a gleaming gold finish and the book features genuine hand marbled endsheets. And you'll never lose your favorite place with the satin ribbon page marker. strictly limited edition of just 1,000.
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  • Actual size is 5 ¼” x 7 ¾”, 480pp
Features include:

- Fully and tightly bound in genuine leather.
- 22kt gold accents deeply inlaid on the "hubbed" spine.
- Illustrated throughout with the original vintage images.
- Genuine hand-marbled endpapers.
- Heavy duty binding boards enhance the book’s durability.
- Superbly printed on acid-neutral paper that lasts for generations.
- Sewn pages – not just glued like ordinary books.
- Gilded page ends.
- Custom cloth-bound "clam shell" style slipcase.
- Printed and bound in the USA. Imported materials.
- Rigorous inspection at every stage ensures adherence to our exacting standards.
- Superb craftsmanship and commitment to quality.

Printed on archival quality, acid-neutral paper specially milled for this edition that conforms to all guidelines established for permanence and durability by the Council of Library Resources and the American National Standards Institute.

Item #:3504