This item consists of six 1923 Frank Reynolds Prints from David Copperfield Set A. This is the Hodder and Stoughton edition of Charles Dickens' The Personal History of David Copperfield. The prints measure 6.25" by 5.25" and have been attached to a thick off-white paper page (10.75" by about 8.25"). Each illustration is accompanied by a glassine which contains the name of the print and a quote from the text. This set includes: "The Friendly Waiter," "Mr. Dick Answers a Question," "Mrs.Micawber and Family," "Little Em'ly and I," "I Reach Canterbury," and "I Observe." All that illustrations have retained their vibrant colors. Four of these 1923 Frank Reynolds Prints from David Copperfield Set A are in very good condition. Both "The Friendly Waiter" and "Mrs. Micawber and Family" prints have had a small part of the bottom corner glued. All the page backs have discolored over time.