The Collector's Library

In September 2003, Barnes & Noble Books of New York began to publish The Collector's Library series of some of the world's most notable literary works. By October 2005, fully fifty-nine volumes had been printed. Each unabridged volume is book size octodecimo, or 4 x 6-1/2 inches, printed in hardback, on high-quality paper, bound in real cloth, and contains a dust jacket. In 2015, The Collector's Library was acquired by Pan Macmillan.[1]

The Collector's Library
Parent companyPan Macmillan
FounderMarcus Clapham, Clive Reynard and Ken Webb
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Headquarters locationLondon
Publication typesBooks
Fiction genresClassic literature

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  1. "Pan Mac buys Collector's Library | The Bookseller". Retrieved 2017-12-26.
  2. Shelley, Mary Godwin (2004). Frankenstein. Barnes & Noble Books.


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