Not only the first editions and the first editions of the works of the trinity of romantic poets [Zygmunt Krasiński, Adam Mickiewicz and Juljusz Słowacki] enjoy a growing interest. Similar editions of the works of Henryk Sienkiewicz - Polish novelist, novelist and publicist are equally popular; winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature (1905) for lifetime achievement. He was one of the most popular Polish writers at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Today, a short specification of one of such works:
The first independent book edition!
"The third of the novels that make up the Henryk Sienkiewicz Trilogy (the other parts are Fire and Sword and Deluge).
The novel was originally published in sections in the years 1887–1888 in the Warsaw daily "Word" and, with a minimal delay in relation to "Word", also in the Krakow daily "Czas" and "Dziennik Poznański". The book was published in the years 1887–1888. "source: wikipedia.org.
Warsaw 1887-8, edition of the "Word" daily, pp. , 280, 250, 374 
HARD PUBLISHING BINDING FROM THE AGE, RIBBONS REPRODUCED IN THE PATTERN OF THE ORIGINAL
VERY GOOD CONDITION/ no title card t 3, blocks after a little bookbinding intervention / VERY NICE COPY
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