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Autour de la Lune - 1870

Around the Moon - 1873

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This book is a sequel to From the Earth to the Moon. It was also published combined with that book. 

Alternate English Titles:


Plot Synopsis (courtesy of D. Kytasaari - http://epguides.com/djk/JulesVerne/works.shtml)
In this sequel to From the Earth to the Moon, Barbicane and his associates begin their circumnavigation of the moon.

Book Collecting Information:
First UK
Editon:
 book  Title
Publisher/YYYY
First US Edition:

 book

All Around the Moon
1876
The Catholic Publication Society
New York

24 plates, folding map of the moon (the first appearance of a map in this story)
Pages 431-484 are an additional story The Moon Hoax" by Richard Adams Locke
Decorative Brown cloth, purple cloth

Other Editions:
1876

Around the Moon
1876
Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington
London 

Authors Illustrated Edition
with Catalogue dated April 1877
gray and brown shown

192 pages + adverts

9 illustr

nd - circa 1876


Round the Moon,
A Sequel to From the Earth to the Moon

nd-circa 1875-1878
Ward, Lock & Tyler
Paternoster Row
London

New Edition with Coloured Pictures

Ward, Lock & Tyler - Yellowback

This is the Prequel volume!

1881
Round the Moon
nd (inscribed 1881)
Ward Lock
London

The Youth's Library of Wonder and Adventure

1889
Round the Moon
1889 (June)
Geo. Munro
17 to 27 Vanderwater St.
New York

illustrated

Seaside Pocket Edition

Image Courtesy of Dana Eales

1891
Round the Moon
1891
George Routledge
London

in Wraps

1893

Around the Moon
- below from Title Page -
Round the Moon:
A Sequel to "From the Earth to the Moon."

1893
Sampson Low, Marston & Company
London

"Pears' Soap" edition

Authorized Illustrated Edition

Translated from the French
By Louis Mercier, M.A. (Oxon), and
Eleanor E. King

Note: No Frontice illustration in this volume

image and listing information courtesy of David Linton

1893

Round the Moon: A Sequel to ...
nd (inscribed 1893)
Ward Lock
London 

Simple Victorian Cover Series

(both brown and green copy inscribed 1893!)

No Illustrations 

Its partner publication show here:

Above, and Green copy left image courtesy of
Andrew Cox Rare Books

Round the Moon:
A Sequel to "From the Earth to the Moon"

nd
Richard Butterworth & Co. Ltd
16-17 Devonshire Square
London, E.C.
nd
Round the Moon
being the sequel to From the Earth to the Moon

nd
Ward, Lock & Bowden, Limited
Warwick House, Salisbury Square, E. C.
London
New York & Melbourne

The Rainbow Series

Part 1, From the Earth to the Moon also shown

This wasn't a Jules Verne series:

Round the Moon
nd
Richard Butterworth & Co. Ltd
London
nd-circa 1890s
Round the Moon
nd
Ward, Lock & Co., Limited
Warwick House, Salisbury Square, E. C.
London / New York and Melbourne

Jules Verne Series (Sea Serpent)

19xx
Round the Moon
circa 19xx
M A Donohue and Co

Round the Moon, A Sequel
nd - circa 1920
Sampson Low, Marston, & Company Ltd
London

Authors Copyrighted Edition

nd-1930s

Seller said the below book was green (though looks tan!)

Round the Moon
circa 1930
Ward Lock & Co Ltd
London

No 36 in The Royal Series

Dustjacket shown

ALSO shown
the matching Part 1: From the Earth to the Moon, No 32

Images courtesy of Andrew Cox Rare Books

Round the Moon
1935
Ward Locke & Co Ltd
london

dustjacket shown

1958

Round the Moon
1958
Ward Lock
London
1958
Round the Moon
1958
ARCO Publications
London

Fitzroy Edition
Dustjacket Shown

1958
Round the Moon
1958
Associated Booksellers
Westport, Conn

Fitzroy Edition
Dustjacket Shown

My copy is library stamped 1960
Collection Andrew Nash

1965
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
and Around the Moon

1965
Platt + Munk
?
1970
Around the Moon
1970
J M Dent
London

Illustrated by F Phillips
Dents Illustrated Childrens Classics Series
(1st Edition Club)

2010
Amazing Journeys - Five Visionary Classics
Journey to the Center of the Earth
From the Earth to the Moon
Circling the Moon
20,000 Leagues Under the Seas
Around the World in 80 Days

2010 (Jan 13)
Excelsior Editions
State University of New York Press
www.sunypress.edu
Albany

In New, Complete Translations by Frederick Paul Walter

Translations and critical material c 2010 by Frederick Paul Walter

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