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10 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches. Each volume has about 350-400 pp Almost all o fte original wrappers are bound-in, as are the rear wrappers with the ads (!).
The magazine ran from 1893-1932; I have the first 15 volumes, 1893-1907, in a good sturdy publisher's binding. The volumes are all ex-library, but barely so--there are occasional library stamps but no writing in the text and the contents are generally at least VERY GOOD, as are the bindings.
The originals of this journal are very scarce, rare even--they have been reprinted at least three times, and full sets of the reprints will sell from 500-1500.
The full text is available if you search on the Internet Archive.
The series is simply fascinating--jam-packed with interesting stuff. Even the ads are good.