This is an interesting volume, "Notre-Dame of Paris," by Victor Hugo. It has been translated from the French into English, and it is illustrated. There is no date of publication listed, but judging from the binding, I am guessing circa 1900-1910. It has a cloth binding, with leather corners and spine, and marbled fronts and endspieces. I've never seen one of Hugo's works, in English, in this type of binding before, so I was happy to get this one. The volume is in very good condition, There is a split, on the inside at the spine, but it has not gone all the way through, the pages are tight, and it will last many more years with reasonable care. The volume measures 9 inches long, 6 inches wide, and is 1 and 1/2 inches deep. Naturally, there are gold fleur-de-lis tooled on the spine!