|1847-1858||The Cheap Edition 21 vols.||Jan. 1858-9||First Library Edition 22 vols. shared equally by Chapman & Hall and Bradbury & Evans, each with a new frontispiece but no other illustrations||1861-70||New Library Edition, 26 octavo vols. (the Library Edition augmented with illustrations)||1867-75||Charles Dickens Edition (up to 8 plates per volume)||1871-79||Household Edition: "a completely new set of illustrations by a number of hands." 22 vols. from Chapman & Hall||1892||Macmillan's (reprint of the 1861 edition)||1897-1903||Gadshill Edition, 34 vols. (with Phiz's and others' original steel engravings) Ed. Andrew Lang||1899||Nelson's New Century Library Edition (illustrated by John A. Bacon)||1901-2||The London Edition (Caxton Publishing)||1901-3||The Temple Edition (il. John A. Bacon)||1901-6||The Authentic Edition (with coloured frontispieces)||1902-3||The Biographical Edition||1903-7||The Fireside Dickens||1906-8||The National Edition||1908||The Autograph Edition, The St. Dunstan Edition, The Bibliophiles' Edition.||1910||The Charles Dickens Library Edition, illustrated wholly by Harry Furniss. 18 vols. Ed. J. A. Hammerton||1937||The Nonesuch Edition 27 vols., inc. 3 vols. of letters||1954||The New Oxford (Illustrated) Dickens, 22 vols.||1970||Penguin English Library||1990||The Oxford World Classics.|
Source: John R. Harvey, Victorian Novelists and Their Illustrators (London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1970), 196-99.
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