London, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1946-1959. First Editions. First Impressions. Hardbacks. A near fine set. Three  volumes, complete. Far better than most commonly seen. One of the most unique and influential works of speculative fiction. In Cawthorn and Moorcock's 100 Greatest Fantasy books [p137]. Each is the correct first impression. Neil Gaiman is purportedly developing a TV series. Volume one is a touch browned to the spine and rear of the jacket. Volume two has some crushing to the top of the spine accompanied by a few short 1-2mm tears. Volume three has light foxing to the fore-edge and some offsetting to the endpapers. Spine tips of all volumes lightly pushed, lower board edges a little rubbed from the shelves. An excellent set. Cover art by Mervyn Peake [7777, Hyraxia Books].