Boston, Osgood and Co., 1871. First edition thus, first impression. The first US Longfellow edition seems to have been Ticknor and Fields in 1867, followed by Fields and Osgood in 1870. So in that regard it would, I think, be the third edition. Hardbacks. A very good copy. Three volumes (also issued in a single volume edition). Bound in full leather by Matthews. Marbled endpapers, AEG. A lovely set of a seminal work and vital influence on the speculative genre. Bindings a little rubbed particularly to the spine tips and corners. Some tidemarks to volume two. [8939, Hyraxia Books].