New York: The Monacelli Press, Inc., 1998. first edition. Quarto; VG- paperback; Blue spine white text; Covers are slightly rubbed on exterior with minor edge wear, otherwise panels are sturdy and intact; Text block shows slight wear on exterior due to handling with unmarked and tightly bound text pages; pp 192. Aisle 7.
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Firenze: Presso Filippo Marchini, 1822. Fourth edition. Octavo; G/no-DJ; Tannish-gray spine with gold text on brown & black bars; 5 Volumes only ( 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6); Boards have heavily rubbed & smudged exterior, mostly on spine, due to age and handling, some tears on spine of vols. 2, 3, 4, and 5, with splayed panels due to the leather exteriors shrinking, but otherwise are strong & sturdy; Text block have darkened along exterior edges due to age, vol. 5 has small tear at tail edge of title page, otherwise pages are generally intact with slight foxing toward edges, tight binding; pp 1289. Italian language. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders. Aisle 7.
New York: Corell Press; Press of the Classical School Associated, 1895. Limited/500. 16mo; vg+/wraps; tan spine with no text; brown text on front panel; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 47 pp.; decorative engraved text figures and enlarged capitals; spine, sunned; chipping tail-edge; front joint, split start; else very good; ---LIMITATION, 500 copies, no plates made and text type distributed; ---Lawton: American author and educator; graduated from Harvard in 1873, studied at Berlin, 1882-83; member of the Assos expedition; professor of Greek language and literature, 1895-1907, Adelphi College, Brooklyn; owner and principal of the School of the Lackawanna at Scranton for your years; literary work and lecturing; classical editor and contributor to Warner's Library of the World's Best Literature; wrote histories of Greek and Latin literature. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box B.
Franklin Center, PA: Franklin Library, 1999. first limited edition. NF-. 8vo in black leather with gilt patterned stripes on front, title on spine in gilt. A signed limited edition from the Franklin Library. Condition is as new, no noticeable wear. Gilt on all edges of textblock. 345 pp. Shelved Franklins/Eastons.
Paris: Conpagne des Libraires Assicies, 1770. Nouvelle edition, revue, corrigee & augmentee. 12mos; VG; bound in full brown mottled leather; gilt titles, bands, and filigree with emblems; all edges, blue marbling; endpapers, French marbling; ex libris, bookplates and pasted clippings; shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; endpapers, toning; 452 pp.; some music; 478 pp.; music; 516 pp.; music; 382 pp.; some music; bindings with oak patterns; all edges and corners, usual wear and chipping; else very good; ---TEXT IN FRENCH. Shelved in Case 7.
Philadelphia, London, New York: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1941. first edition. VG/G. Thin 4to in red cloth boards. DJ is red with title on spine in black. Edges of boards rubbed, corners lightly bumped. DJ has significant wear; chipping to edges, wear along folds, several small sections missing along top and bottom edges, DJ in protective mylar sleeve. Many illustrations in black, white, and red. Shelved behind Rockville Front Desk.
London: Heinemann, 1960. First U.K. Edition. Octavo, 296 pages; VG/VG; spine pictorial with black and orange lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price cut; minor bumping to corners, head and tail of spine; small sticker torn off of endpaper, no damage to book, else interior clean and in excellent condition; card containing only Harper Lee's signature protected in books mylar covering; FN consignment; shelved case 3.
Firenze: Leo S. Olschki, 1909. First Edition. Octavo; G+ condition hardcover; Re-bound in brown leather with gilt lettering and 5 raised bands on spine; Original wraps bound, floral end papers, sewn-in silk bookmark; Book illustrated with tipped-in black and white prints; Text in Italian; Some wear to the boards at the edges, boards are very slightly bowed; Some foxing/staining to text, mostly at front of book; Text block musty, half titlepage detatched yet present; 452 pages. SHELVED: Aisle 7.
Indianapolis and New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1942. First Edition. 8vo., 282pp.; VG/VG-; spine red and green with white and black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price ripped; sun-fading to spine, minor wear to edges, hinges, head and tail of spine; top edge of text block stained green, faded; pages have some age-toning; stated first edition on copyright page; INSCRIBED by Brant on ffep using her pseudonym Lange Lewis; The first of her Lieutenant Richard “The Moose” Tuck series, as well as her debut novel, this was followed by Juliet Dies Twice (1943), Meat for Murder (1943), The Birthday Murder (1945), and The Passionate Victim (1952). An oft forgotten Los Angeles based mystery writer, she was married to Mal Bissell, a writer of weird tales. She also wrote as Jane Beynon (Cypress Man, 1944), and under her own name produced a historical novel about Mexico, La Chingada; scarce in any condition, let alone with a dust jacket; shelved case 6.
Washington, D.C. none given, 1841. First. Octavo; vg-/none; tan leather spine with gilt lettering on red and black labels; ex library, stamps; shelf wear and bumping; text block clean; light age-toning; endpapers, foxed; permanent bookmarkers; boards, rubbed; chipped; large library label; spine, chipped, faux banding; else very good; [Document 111 alone, 1456pp.]; ---ISBN none.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., 1970. First Edition. thick 8vo., 1038pp.; VG/G; spine brown with tan lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut; dust jacket has numerous chips, including large chips to head and tail of spine, with chipping occurring along all edges; interior slightly age-toned; INSCRIBED by Charles Lindbergh to Hunter Harris, with the additional signature of Anne M. Lindbergh, his wife from 1929–1974 (his death); Hunter Harris, Jr. was a United States Air Force four-star general who served as Commander in Chief, Pacific Air Forces (CINCPACAF) from 1964 to 1967, and is addressed by Lindbergh as 'my old friend and fellow air force officer; JH consignment; shelved case 5.
Leiden: Ex officina Plantaniana, apud Raphelengium, 1590, 1595. Small octavo; 302, 48 pp. Contemporary vellum, ruled in black with spiral design at center of boards. Very good; boards somewhat bowed; some soiling and rubbing; some small tears and soiling to pastedowns; interior generally clean. An early tract in political theory by the celebrated humanist scholar, Justus Lipsius. Text in Latin. Shelved in Case #3.
Milano [Milan]: per Paolo Gottardo Pontio, stampatore regio. A instantia di Pietro Tini, 1585. First Edition, Second Issue. 8vo., 700pp., 2pp. errata; VG; spine paneled brown leather with black label and gilt lettering; spine reads 'Lomazzo's / Treatise / 1585'; rebound, new spine, boards, endpapers; title page has small woodcut printer’s device, half-title with woodcut portrait of Lomazzo in medallion on recto of B1; some waviness to pages, minor towards beginning, gently increases towards the latter half; interior clean with no markings; minor bookworm damage on first four pages, mostly on bottom edge, does not impact text with the exception of the word 'instantia' in publishers information on title page; some smudging to first few pages; wide margins; overall an exceptionally clean copy; shelved case 3.
Boston: Lee and Shepard, Publishers, 1871. 10mo; pp 248; G/no-DJ; dark green spine with gilt text; cloth shows moderate wear to spine; rubbed edges; some bumping corners; blind stamped triple borders to front and rear boards; beveled edges; text block has slight age toning to exterior edges; previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown; previous owner's name to front endpapers; frontispiece with tissue guard; offsetting to tissue guard; deckled edges; interior lightly toned; shelved in Aisle 7.
Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany: Joseph Wolffischen, 1783. folio, 750pp., 24pp. index, 136pp.; VG; bound in brown leather, paneled spine with no lettering; front board decorated with metal in the four corners, diamond in the center; remnants of two clasps present, two metal hooks on fore edge of front board, two torn leather strips bound into rear board; moderate rubbing to boards; newer endpapers; title page has had a strip of paper approximately 1.25 inches (3.5cm.) high torn off of the bottom, primarily including the entirety of the publication information. It has been repaired with the backing of another sheet on that portion. There is a small tear in the middle of the page that is backed by a piece of paper on the verso, and so barely impacts the legibility of the words; complete collation: endpaper, title page, 2pp. table of contents, 4pp., 750pp., 24pp. index, title page, 6pp., 136pp.; separate title page with separate pagination; page 110 misprinted as 100, 160 as 142, 217 as 21, 271 as 217, 523 as 532, 524 as 534, 554 as 454, 732 as 571, only the page number impacted; small repairs on pages 165/166, 571/572, 633/634, 649/650, 687/688, 701/702, 705/706, 719/720, 1/2; illustrated pages beginning parts two and three on pages 165 and 567. The pagination between pages 566-571 appear to be missing a page, as is usual with this edition; ffep partially detached; profusely illustrated with over 800 black and white woodcut illustrations, including genre scenes, individual plants and animals, and distilling apparatus; Adam Lonicer was a German botanist who studied at Marburg and the University of Mainz, obtaining his Magister degree at sixteen years of age. After becoming a Doctor of Medicine in 1554, he became the town physician in Frankfurt am Main. His true interest though was herbs and the study of botany. His first important work on herbs, the Kräuterbuch, was published in 1557, with a large part dealing with distillation. He married Magdalena Egenolff, the daughter of Christian Egenolff, his Frankfurt publisher and a printer who specialized in herbals. The work that made his name famous is this popular herbal, the Kräuterbuch. Lonicer provides us with one of the early descriptions of local flora as well as being one of the first to differentiate deciduous trees from conifers. shelved case 4.
New York: Out & Out Books, 1982. Second Printing. Thin Octavo, G+ condition paperback: Very thin magenta with chipping, saddle stitched spine with 2 staples: Covers have general shelfwear, chipping down spine, mild fraying to corners, clean: Textblock has very mild darkening to exterior, pages are clean and unmarked: Second Printing: 8 pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, above ephemera section.
Amstelredami [Amsterdam]: Zachariam Heyns Bibliopolam, 1595/1594. First Editions Thus. small octavo, , 184, , 248, , 17-191 [i.e. 187]; VG; bound in full contemporary vellum, burgundy label with gilt lettering; mild soiling and rubbing to vellum; In Auli Persi and Auli Persi Flacci have individual title pages with the same publication information, Antiquarius has a separate date; small amount of writing to first title page; shelved case 3.
London: J. Tonson, 1722. Second Edition. 12mo, 2 volumes; G; paneled brown spines with a faded textblock and gilt; moderate shelf-wear and bumping to boards; damage to head and tail of both spines, some peeling and scrapes on spine; volume 1 has a sticker on front board saying 'Lot 333'; volume 2 front board tenuously attached; previous owners name in pen on inside front board; text clear with minor staining that does not impact the text; stated second edition; GP consignment; shelved case 3.
London: Putnam & Co., 1945. Quarto; VG-/VG-; Off white spine with black text. DJ has wear, age toned, rubbing on edges and folds, tear on edge of front photo, price clipped, small tears along edges; Boards have rubbing on edges, bumping to corners, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has minor wear on edges, cracking on front inner hinges, slightly age toned paste downs with light foxing, otherwise, free of marks on pages; pp 108; May require extra pricing for shipping international.
New York: Robert Carter & Brothers, 1867. revised edition. VG. 8vo in brown buckram, title on spine in gilt. Wear to boards; boards rubbed and lightly scratched, edges rubbed, corners lightly bumped, light general wear otherwise. Spine bowed, binding strong and intact. Foxing to edges of textblock, foxing to endpages, light scattered foxing otherwise. Prev. owner's signature on front endpage. 448 pp. Shelved locked- LAFCADIO.
Paris: Chez F. Buisson, 1799. Second [Seconde] Edition. 8vos., 5 volumes; VG-; spines brown, red and black labels, gilt lettering and tooling; gilt panel on front and rear board of each volume; gilt tooling on board edges; marbled endpapers; speckled text blocks; all volumes have some bumping and shelfwear, including fraying to corners, chipping to heads and tails of spines, cracking to spine edges; volume 1 lower third of spine partially detached, ffep loose; name written in ink on second front endpage of volumes 1, 3; volume 5 half of black label missing; all plates and folding maps present and in excellent condition; volume 1: half-title, plates 1-6, including frontispiece and folding map, clxxxiv, 311 pp.; volume 2: half-title, plates 7-13, 408 pp.; volume 3: half title, plates 14-27, 414, pp.; volume 4: half-title, plates 28-35, 380 pp.; volume 5: half-title. 350 pp, plates 36-39, including three folding maps; shelved case 9.
Bologna: Clemens Ferronius superiorum permissis exudebat (Clemente Ferroni), 1628. First Edition. 8vo., 331pp., .; G; spine paneled brown leather with black label and gilt lettering; spine rebound, previous boards present, marbled boards with moderate damage; many pages within show signs of repair or support, significant water damage throughout; writing on front endpage; engraved heraldic title page within typographical border; dedicatory plate of the crowned Virgin Mary and Christ Child in a landscape; of the 81 full-page emblematic engravings, this book is lacking the following 22 plates: #9, 11, 12, 14, 19, 26, 27, 31-34, 48, 53-55, 61, 64, 69, 74, 76, 79, 80; plate 81, a memento mori featuring a corpse, is present; text in Italian or Latin verse; shelved case 4.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1878. Second Edition. Octavo in stamped red cloth, VG- condition. 2nd Edition, title in gilt on chipped, worn spine, title partly missing. Boards show shelf wear, chipping scuffing, gutter cracked. Age toning to text block, text clean.Half title page uncut, previous owners' names inked on 2nd fep, 2nd previous owner's name on 1st page. Publisher's catalog on back pages, with some uncut pages. Binder's label on back paste down. 3602 pages.
London: Edward Arnold, 1897. no edition given. large octavo, G+/no DJ, burgundy spine with faded gilt text: shelfwear; corners & spine ends bumped and worn; front hinge cracked; POS on ffep verso; gutter cracked in two places; text block age-toned, with minor foxing to first 10 pages, including ffep & tissue covering frontispiece, frontispiece itself NOT affected; minor pencil marks on several pages, text block else clean. All plates and maps present, including frontispiece, 1 fold-out map and 7 extended maps (2 closed tears in margins of fold-out map, map itself not affected; all other maps & plates fine). Shelve in glass case.
Glasgow, Scotland: Archibald Sinclair, 1893- 1907. first edition. VG condition hardcovers. 15 slim octavos (just over 8 1/2") in green cloth boards, titles on spine in gilt on red labels. Light shelf and edge wear to all volumes, light age toning, corners rubbed. Light age-toning to edges of text block of all vols, come volumes have cracking along hinges, but binding is still intact for all volumes, pages lightly age-toned but otherwise clean. Many b&w images throughout, print illustrations, and photos. -Shelve Aisle 7 Oversized order. Additional shipping and handling may be necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to restriction(s).
Afton: Afton Historical Society Press, 2001. First edition. Oblong quarto. VG/VG DJ. Off-white spine with grey and black illustration on the top and black text/title; dustjacket is clean with mild edgewear; signicant crease on the inside flap of the front of the dj; boards are strong and clean; SIGNED by author 2 pages before the title page; binding is strong; textblock is clean. Pp. 77.
Jacobus Stoer, 1608. Sextodecimo in contemporary vellum boards. Some staining to vellum and to bottom of text-block, title inked on spine with elegant pattern of bands nad stars, binding tight, pages crisp, pages lightly age-toned, but free from foxing, writing in ink on title page, else text free from marking. 745 pp. excluding index. [Shelved Case 3 with vellum books, "Macrobius" written on Spine].
London: Spurr & Swift, 1927. Limited edition (1/1000, unnumbered). Limited edition (1/1000, unnumbered). 12mo; G+ condition hardcovers; brown leather spine w/ gold text; Half leather bound set. See photos for details Boards strong, minor shelf wear and bumping, weakened joints/hinges, Front boards of volumes 1, 2, and 10 detatched yet present; text blocks, clean with general wear and agetoning.
London: 1839, 1888. no edition given. Quarto, G/none, with black leather spine, gilt text. Half calf binding, blue boards. Shelf wear; leather rubbed through in places; foxing; pages age-toned; binding loose; gutters cracked, title page of first publication detached yet present MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ADVENTURES, OF MADAME VESTRIS, etc., etc. No publisher listed; title page specifies "printed for the bookseller's." title page detached but present. 61 pages. THE LIFE OF MISS ANNE CATLEY, etc., etc. London, 1888. 77 pages.
London: John Murray, 1893. (Sixth Edition). 8vo three-quarters bound in dark brown leather w/raised bands & gilt text on spine, marbled paper covers & endpapers. VG-. Binding strong w/corners moderately scuffed or threadbare, light wear on spine-edges from opening & closing, top & bottom board covers mildly worn. Endpapers have 1/4" thick, up to 1"+ long chipped portions at top & bottom near spine w/missing portions adhered to pastedowns. Front hinge is split w/endpaper looses but not detached; rear hinge is splitting. Consistent age-toning on pages throughout; pages look as if they were near a fire. Still very readable. Bookplate on front pastedown. 412pp. Leatherbound Books.
c. mid 19th century. Oblong Folio, 21" x 12"; VG; bound in full red leather with gilt and black embossed tooling; gilt turn-ins and text block, silk endpapers; contains 16 pages of original watercolors of various insects, butterflies, moths, and plants. The first page is detached from the binding; 15 of the 16 pages are signed “Fanny [S or G] Maitland” There are two pages with dates noted, “Ap 26” and “May 3”, but no year recorded. Both of the dated sheets have pencil notations for insect dimensions and the location “Sarzana” [presumably Italy].; LS consignment; shelved above mythology.
New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2012. First Edition, First Printing. thick 8vo., 1182pp.; VG/VG; spine blue and red with white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; price unclipped, but covered with a black sticker, only US price covered, Canadian uncovered; very mild shelfwear; SIGNED and dated on half-title by Paul Reid, dated 11-26-2012; interior clean; full number line on copyright page; shelved in Netdesk office, above ephemera section.
Rome: Edizioni Quasar, 2001. Text in Italian; Quarto; VG/VG; Tan spine with brown text; Dustjacket VG with tiny tear and some very light wear at top of spine, occasional light crease at edges, back cover occasional very light surface rubbing; Boards straight and strong, a little bit of rubbing at back board's top left corner, binding tight and strong, interior clean; 239 pp.
London: Religious Tract Scoeity, 1873+. Quarto; good+/none; blue cloth spine with gilt titles, text, and rulings; spine and boards, stamped designs with gilt engravings and highlights; some black architectural highlights and details on raised borders; backboard, blind; endpapers, tinted brown; ex libris, signatures; some blackened; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 223 pp.; engravings, illus with Pen & Pencil; all edges gilt; binding shaken; split starts, hinges and gutter; else very good. Shelve in locked case 9. Spine is blue with gold text.
Belgrade: National Museum of Titov Veles, 1973, 1975, 1981. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Blue spines, Vol. I: gilded spine text, Vol. II: silver spine text, Vol. III: white spine text; Boards of all volumes straight, all have rubbing on covers. Vol. I: edge and corner wear. Vol. II: light wear on spine edges, back board's upper corner bumped, back board has a few indents on edges and in middle. Vol. III spine cocked. Bindings of all volumes strong; Textblocks: Vol. I has closed tear at top of first page, interiors of all volumes clean; Vol. I: 268 pp.; Vol. II: 189 pp.; Vol. III: 323 pp.
Cleveland OH: World Syndicate, 1934. Second. Small octavo, size of a Big Little Book, unpaginated, over 250 pp in pictorial boards, yellow and blue illustration with red and black titles. Cover variation indicates this is the second printing. Condition is Very Good to Fine; slight shelfwear and bumping to the spine ends. The interior pages still retain some suppleness, and are dark tan, about a 6 on the Overstreet Whiteness Level scale. Book contains the life of Daniel Boone and the career of General von Steuben, the Revolutionary War hero. At one panel per page, this is a very thick, pre-comic book version of Classics Illustrated.
Rome: 1994. Text in Italian; Large octavo; VG/VG; Black spine with white text; Dustjacket front cover has some rubbing to glossy surface, DJ has some light edge wear in bottom right of front cover (edge wear otherwise very minimal), inside back flap has small, light crease in upper corner; Boards strong, binding strong; Textblock interior clean; 340 pp.
Zagreb: Zora Publisher, 1970. Quarto; VG/G+; Spine has black and white photo of stone wall, no text; Dustjacket age toned, DJ has occasional light fraying at spine edges and at some corners, back cover very occasional light rubbing, back cover has a large but faint damp stain at upper edge, inside of DJ has scotch tape along top and bottom edges; Boards straight and strong, slightly darker from age at edges, front board a little bit of very faint rubbing perceptible near middle, binding strong; Textblock lightly age toned, interior clean.
Lugduni Batavorum: Elzeviriana [Elzevier], 1630. First Edition. 32mo, 245 pages; VG; bound in contemporary vellum, vellum clean and in excellent condition, title written at top of spine; engraved title page; binding tight, 2nd ffep torn out, pages clean and free from marking, rear paste down has come loose revealing several pieces of a music manuscript used in binding; shelved case 3.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1876. Second Edition. Octavo hardcover in dark brick-colored boards, VG-/No DJ: some shelfwear, some bumping to head and tail of spine and corners of boards, some concomitant abrading, some age-toning to edges of text block and interior, some sunning and resultant darkening on spine, previous owner's name written on ffep, front and rear hinges show splits starting, light, sporadic foxing to interior, pages a bit stiff. Includes black-and-white engraving of Augustus Raymond Margary as frontispiece. Fold-out map of Margary's route also present: minor foxing to map, about a 2" closed tear to one fold, but map is intact. Front matter includes biographical preface and itinerary. Includes "Concluding Chapter" by Sir Rutherford Alcock, K.C.B. and index at rear of book. Scarce. Full title reads as follows: The Journey of Augustus Raymond Margary, From Shanghae to Bhamo, and Back to Manwyne. From His Journals and Letters, With a Brief Biographical Preface: To Which is Added a Concluding Chapter, By Sir Rutherford Alcock, K.C.B. With a Portrait Engraved by Jeens, and a Route Map. [Spine has dark brownish background and gilt text. [Transferred from Dupont to Rockville 6/20/2016].
London: Constable and Company, Ltd., 1927. 1st assumed. G+ Slim 4to in grey cloth, title on front top corner as white paper paste-down, with simple black text. No DJ. Corners bumped, edges and spine abraded, tear in spine an top front joint. Boards very soiled, back board foxed. textblock browned and sooty. Pages falt, foxed throughout, slightly browner at edges. Plates on glossy stock, white, unfoxed, color plates vivid. Gift inscription on fep. Note in ink on pg. 36. 37 pgs. 28 plates plus frontispiece, 5 and frontispiece in color. shelve locked Art oversize.
New York: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, 1960. First edition. Quarto; 232 pp. Hardcover in dust jacket. Illustrated with photographs, drawings, and plans. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by Fuller on title page. VG/VG. Interior clean and tight. Previous owner's name on front endpaper. Creased dust jacket is worn at extremities, with chipping at spine ends and extremities. Shelved in Case #10.
The Hague: 1616. First edition. Thick, large quarto in vellum; VG; strong covers, heavily soiled with five-band embossed spine; boards' sides folded inward due to storage and shelving; inside front board has tiny ink inscriptions; dusty edges; paper at times heavily faded and wobbly with slight offsetting not affecting text; first 53 pages stained probably from water damage; back of plate 42 contains blue and black ink signatures; the book has been collated in a disorderly fashion and a few plates are missing primarily in the Geometry section; the Preface, and Symmetry section are at the end; the book also contains a Table of Dimensions of Fortifications; each section has approximately 40 to 80 pages; in French; Samuel Marolois (Maroloys or Marloy) was a Dutch Military Engineer and Mathematician whose works were revised by Albert Girard.
London: R. and J. Dodsley in Pall-mall, 1755. First Edition. 12mo, 239pp.; VG-; pg. 239 misnumbered as 139, 241 - 268 index, 4 pages ads in rear; spine tan in six paneled sections, red morocco label with gilt lettering; small hole in middle of page 5/6; some shelfwear and bumping to corners and boards, a crack on front board, does not ipact binding; binding tight; text clear; corners are creased on pp. 143, 145, 147; bilingual, parallel texts in Latin and English on opposite pages, including both a Latin and English title page; GP consignment; shelved case 3.
London: W. Meadows, 1745. Second edition. Octavo; vg+/none; brown leather spine with no text and raised bands; gilt filigree rulings; shelf wear and bumping; edges and joints, chipping and wear; endpapers, toning starts, Front board loose yet not detached; 428 pp., "A table of English Silver Coins with plates," 28 pp.; "A table of English Gold Coins with plates," 4 pp.; index, 12 pp.; boards, use wear; else good.
London: The Biographical Press, 1907. First Edition. First Edition; Large Octavo; VG- condition hardcover; Brown leather spine with gilded text. Boards have shelf wear, rubbing on edges and joints, bumping on corners, bumping and tear on rear edge, chipping on spine head, rear cover is starting to detach due to weakened joint, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has minor wear on gilded edges, foxing on some page, Ex-Libris book plate on front paste down, cracking on inner hinges, otherwise, clean, free of marks on pages; pp 436; Oversized order. Additional shipping and handling may be necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to restriction(s).
Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2006. Large Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Black spine with light green text; Boards have minor rubbing on exterior with slight edge wear, otherwise panels are strong & intact; Text block has slight shelf wear due to handling with otherwise unmarked pages and tight binding; pp 630. Aisle 7. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.