Yes, if you can send a copy of the cover, that would be great. In all likelihood if you look at the end of the book you'll see the page with the title "The Bells Series" and it shows the five different types of covers that the series was printed with. This is usually on the page adjacent to the 'Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good-night" page. I think the hand-painted canvas are really cool, but from the cover we can probably tell which one it is. You can attach it to a message here if you wish. In all likelihood it is the "Limp-calf, hand-painted" version based on the description
I think the pictures in that edition are wonderful too.
Book Lover wrote:Hi,
I was trying to find out some information about a book our family has and stumbled upon your web page of old copies. From your list, it seems to be an alternate cover to the 1883 Porter & Coates edition. It has a brown leather cover that is sort of embossed with a design and the title, in gold, Night Before Christmas. I can send a copy of the cover if you are interested. The book is in pretty bad shape though the pictures are still wonderful.