Madison Square, New York: G. W. Carleton & Co. [ 1875-1887 ]. First Edition. 6 1/4 x 20 inches. Yellow paper printed in black. Folded as if for mailing, several small tears at folds. Otherwise an excellent example. Printed on both sides, the recto with a woodcut of Charles Dickens at 53, "From a Photograph taken in England, 1865". Also illustrated on verso with an engraving of Westminster Abbey at the bottom "The Grave of Charles Dickens, Near the Tombs of Shakspeare, Garrick, Chaucer and Dryden (Drawn by S. L. Fildes)" Very Good. 
An advertising broadside for this new edition of the Works of Charles Dickens. Includes an INSTALLMENT PLAN (full set of 15 volumes delivered on payment of five dollars down, the balance to be paid in 10 weekly payments of two dollars), noting a specimen volume will be mailed, postage free, to anyone desiring to examine the set.
While undated, OCLC notes the following Carleton editions and dates. Accession number 228658183 (Carleton's New Illustrated Edition), Carleton: New York and London: Chapman and Hall, 1875. A second entry (acc #81715869) also Carleton's New Illustrated Edition notes dates of 1885-1887, same publishers.
A nice piece of Dicken's publishing history, and visual enough to make a nice addition to any exhibition space.