For this copy another dust-jacket was used than for copies of the first series. (By the way, whether there were any dust-jackets for the second and third editions of the first series has not been determined.) The dust-jacket was a plain semi transparent paper wrapper.
|Dust-jacket for Lord De Tabley's Poems Dramatic and Lyrical. Second Series (1895)
Examples of torn and cut jackets can be found in Mark R. Godburn's recent book Nineteenth-Century Dust-Jackets (2016) (see pp. 118-121). In some cases jackets were torn in the bindery to assist packing of multi volume sets of books, in other cases it was done by sales assistants.
|Dust-jacket for Lord De Tabley's Poems Dramatic and Lyrical. Second Series (1895) [detail]