BELGRAVIA
A LONDON MAGAZINE
CONDUCTED
BY
MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON

The binding style used for volumes of Belgravia Magazine in the 1860s & 1870s.

The spine.

By 1876 the colour of the cloth had changed to blue.

An 1876 binding at the time of the serialisation of Joshua Haggard's Daughter. The magazine had just been sold to Chatto & Windus.

In addition to the monthly magazine, a special annual was published at Christmas. Above is the Belgravia Annual for 1876 in the original paper covers. Braddon usually contributed at least one short story to the annual.

To read more about Braddon and Belgravia see The Literary Lives of Mary Elizabeth Braddon by Jennifer Carnell (Biography)

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