From the beginning of the Everyman's Library, Dents published lists of current, new, and sometimes planned titles. The early lists
included an order form, but as the lists grew longer, this was dispensed with. Each list entry was simple: author, title, introducer or
translator, and sometimes illustrator. Around 1920, lists began to be bound into the back of some of the books, but the longer catalogs
were always available through the mails. As the frequency of updates diminished, Dents began to issue descriptive catalogs, with brief
notes on each title. For a full discussion of the various catalogs see Guide 49-56 and History 20-23, though collectors continue to turn up others since the publication of these books.The following images offer a representative selection.
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