London: printed for G. Bedel, and T. Collins, and are to be sold at their shop at the Middle-Temple-gate in Fleetstreet, 1654. Quarto, , 347, ; , 160, 181-355 [i.e. 255],  pages; VG-; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style diced calf; spine lightly tanned. Text block with gilt edges. Case 7; JR Consignment.
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London: printed by J. and J. March, for the Company of Stationers, 1770. 12mo., 216 pages; VG; bound in burgundy morocco, elaborate gilt to boards, spine paneled with gilt; head of spine recased, some mild splitting beginning at tail of spine hinges; marbled endpapers; all edges of text block gilt; two early ownership names to sfep; With an initial leaf of royal approbation.; shelved case 4.
London: Printed by T. P[urfoot] for the Company of Stationers, 1635. Quarto,  pages; G; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style diced calf. In two columns, black letter. Facsimile Title Page; contains only the book of psalms, and not the music. Pages trimmed close. Text block age-toned. JR Consignment. NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
London: printed for R. Sare, B. Took, M. Gillyflower, A. & J. Churchil, G. Sawbridge, and H. Hindmarsh, 1699. Third Edition. Folio, , 28, , 476 pages; VG-. Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period style calf. Spine lightly sun-faded. With frontis. portrait (pi1v); Includes indices. Minor physical damage to middle of fore edge of text block, going in approximately 1/8 inch at most, does not impact text. Archival repair to portrait and frontispiece, minimal loss to edges. Marginalia to c5. small piece missing from upper fore corner of X1, closed tear to middle of Tt1, small tidemark to upper fore corner of Zz4, small open tear to upper edge of Aaa3. JR Consignment; shelved case 7; Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
London: Printed by W. Bowyer and J. Nichols: and sold by J. Dodsley, 1772. First Collected Edition. Quarto, xi, , 380 pages. In Very Good condition. Bound in contemporary polished calf. Paneled spine with gilt stamping, morocco label and gilt titling. Hinges elegantly repaired, with new head and tail bands. Some scuffing and shelf wear to boards. Top edge of text block dyed black. Bookplate removed from front pastedown. Mezzotint portrait present. Text block shows mild general foxing. Name of John Atkinson in ink on half-title of 'The Pleasures of Imagination.' Shelved in Case 0.
Oxford: At the Theater in Oxford, 1675. Octavo, , 42, 41-44, 43-46, 45-48, 47-214,  pages;  leaf of plates; VG-; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style calf. Lacking frontispiece. Archival repair (and discoloration from previous non-archival repair) to closed tear in title page. Signature F contains two copies of all but first leaf. With a final contents leaf. In this edition the "T" of the first word of title is above the "te" of "contentment"; line 5 of the preface has "desolution". A few light pencil annotations. A remarkably bright, clean copy. JR Consignment. Shelved in Room G.
Hull: William Andrews, 1890. First Edition. Octavo, 251 pages. In Very Good condition. Bound in fine dark green gilt morocco by Raithby, Lawrence, and Co. with their stamp. Paneled spine with gilt titling and tooling. Identical boards with a gilt and brown morocco inlay of a Drunkard's Cloak (from the illustration on page 140 of the text) to center of each board, surrounded by additional gilt ornamentation and ox-blood morocco inlay. Gilt ornamentation to turn-ins. Very light wear to front hinge and corners. Rear two-thirds of binding very tight. All edges of text block gilt. Marbled endpapers. Profusely illustrated. Shelved in Case 3.
1840 - c.1860. Octavo, ; VG; bound in full pebbled green calf with gilt, paneled spine with gilt stamping and titling, marbled endpapers; bound by Riviere with their stamp; mild rubbing to hinges; Contains 12 original pen-and-ink drawings of a baby, each captioned and surrounded in a cartouche. Each leaf is mounted in the binding. Date presumed 1840 - c.1860, based on the binder's stamp; A unique collection of private baby drawings; shelved case 0.
[London]: In the Savoy: printed by T. Newcomb, and sold by James Collins in the Temple-passage from Essex-street, 1679. Quarto, , 64, 57-108 pages; VG; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style calf. Minor rubbing to lower edges of boards; a few light scratches to boards; spine somewhat tanned. Damp staining to top of front free end pages, imprimatur page, and title page. With a preliminary imprimatur leaf. JR Consignment. Shelved in Room G.
Los Angeles: Sylvester and Orphanos, 1980. Limited Edition, #141/330. Octavo, 40 pages; VG; fully bound in black cloth, with extensive green tooling; spine with green lettering and design; covers protected with a mylar wrapper; mild shelf wear and soiling; signed flat by Barthelme at limitations page; hand-numbered #141/330 at limitations page; contains black and white illustrations; pages clean. NOTE: Shelved in Locked Annex Area, Column B.
Rome: The Pumpkin Press, 1984. First Edition; Limited Edition, #32/72. Quarto, 203 pages; VG; full red calf binding; spine with gilt lettering; mild shelf wear and soiling; small scratches to lower edges of boards; red marbled endpapers; signed flat at title page by Blakemore; hand-numbered 32 at title page; inscribed by Blakemore at dedication page; pages clean; shelved Front Case.
London: Ernest Benn Limited, 1927. First British Edition. Quarto, 14 pages, 310 plates. In Very Good condition. Newly rebound by Bookends Bindery with their stamp in half polished calf. Paneled spine with stamping in blind, two labels, one each of green and red with gilt lettering. Very mild shelfwear. Shelved above case 3.
London: James Nisbet and Co., Limited, 1913. Limited Edition, #50/175. Quarto, 320 pages; VG-; three-quarter dark green calf binding, boards in green cloth; spine paneled, with gilt title at second panel and date at tail; mild shelf wear and soiling; small tear in cloth at lower edge of front board; mild scuffing overall; upper edge gilt; green marbled endpapers; Bayntun binder's stamp at front free endpaper verso top corner; signed flat by Browne at limitations page; hand-numbered 50 at limitations page; contains black and white photos and illustrations; pages clean; shelved above Mythology.
London: printed by Tho: Roycroft, for John Martyn, James Allestry, and Thomas Dicas, and are to be sold at the Bell in St. Paul’s Church-yard, 1661. Folio, , 654, 653-683,  pages,  plate. Bound by Jon Robbins in full brown calf. Numerous archival repairs throughout, mostly to edges where pages have become worn. Some insect damage; faded damp staining along the spine in the center third of the volume. With a final advertisement leaf. Includes errata. Handwritten notes in ink on p. 222, 224. JR Consignment; shelved Room G Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
St James Place, London: Collins, 1957. Octavo, 766 pages; VG; bound in three quarters red morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, with their stamp, red cloth boards, paneled spine with gilt titling and tooling; marbled endpapers; top edge gilt; bookplate to front pastedown; two pages added preceding the title page, with a personalized calligraphic message; very mild wear, primarily to corners; shelved case 9.
New York: John C. Riker, 1852. First Edition. Large Octavo, , 304 pages. In Very Good condition. Bound in unsigned contemporary lacquered morocco, newly re-backed with gilt titling to spine. Features elaborate gilt decorated borders on boards, and mother-of-pearl fragments inset to edges. The front board is decorated with a hand-painted central cartouche showing a landscape scene with a river and cottage. All edges are gilt. Contains frontispiece, additional engraved title page, and seven plates (but lacking the illuminated presentation page). Text block has light tide-marks to fore edges. WM Consignment. Shelved in Case 3.
London: printed by J. Harefinch, for T. Basset, at the George in Fleet-street, near St. Dunstan’s Church, 1682. Quarto, , 39, 36-431,  pages; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style calf. VG-; Spine lightly age toned; boards show some shelf wear. Archival repairs to title page. Open tear to the upper corner of p. 43, resulting in minor loss of text. Archival repair to the upper corner of p. 80. Text block shows some shelf wear and chipping, along with significant age toning. Includes index and blank endpaper. Numerous ownership inscriptions and marks to the interior of the boards, first five leaves, and final blank leaf. JR Consignment. Shelved Room G.
Amsterdam: [S.n.], 1686. 12mo; 300; 96 pages; VG-; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style diced calf; spine somewhat tanned with several small damp stains on spine and chipping to upper edge of front board; minor rubbing to spine. Signatures: A-M¹² N⁶; ²A-D¹². "Reflections on Mr. Varillas’s history of the revolutions that have happened in Europe in matters of religion" has separate dated title page, pagination and register. Archival repair to title page. Closed tear (1 in) to G3. Ink marginalia L1. Open tear to L7 (margin only). Two closed tears to 2B11. Open tear to 2B12. Text block age-toned. JR Consignment. NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
Paris: Ch. Meunier, 1892. Octavo, , 710 pages, . In Very Good condition. Bound in beautiful crushed brown morocco, with gilt lettering and a decorative censer with red inlaid flame to spine. Gilt titling to front board, which is unevenly divided by gilt rules into four compartments. Ornament composed of beige, red, blue, and white inlay appears in bottom-right quadrant of the front board. Mild scraping to the gilt on boards and on all-gilt text block edges, and light rubbing to the front hinge. Volume bound too tight, with strain on the rear hinge causing cracking. With moiré silk end papers and patterned flyleaves. Stamp-signed on flyleaf by Samblanck-Weckesser. Original wraps bound in. Extremely scarce. Shelved in Case 3.
London: printed by J.R. for Richard Chiswel at the Rose and Crown in S. Paul’s Church-Yard, 1683. Folio, , lxxi, , 543, , 57 [i.e. 61],  pages; VG. Bound in period calf; generalized rubbing and wear to boards, more severe at edges and corners; hinges starting.; Title page in red and black.; 9 divisional titles with large engraved portraits. Early ownership to ffep. Lacking half-title. Stain to fore and top edge scattered throughout. JR Consignment; shelved Room G Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
Londini: typis T[homas]. H[odgkin]. & impensis Richardi Chiswell ad insigne Rosæ Coronatæ in Coemeterio D. Pauli, 1688. Folio, , xxxvi, 272 p., 273-280 l., 281-759, , 212, ; VG; Bound in period calf with generalized rubbing and wear to boards, more significant wear at edges and corners; cracking and loss of leather at joints. Title page of each volume printed in red and black. Small worming to lower fore corner through page 471. Mild marginalia. JR Consignment; shelved Room G Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
London: printed by John Bill, Christopher Barker, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, 1677. Quarto,  pages; VG; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern preiod-style diced calf. Text block age-toned and foxed with minor chipping to edges. Table of articles: p. -. Several ink annotations to title page. JR Consignment. Shelved in Room G.
London: printed for John Starkey at the Miter in Fleet-street within Temple-Bar, 1674. Octavo, 479, 478-542, 553-611,  pages; VG-; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style calf; spine lightly tanned. The names "Ann Ball," "Ann Child," and "Walter Long" are all written in old hands in ink on the title page and the first page of the preface. Lacking illustrated frontispiece. Wear and minor insect damage visible to edges of text block. Archival repairs to first four and final three leaves of volume. Small patch of damp staining to first signature at lower edge near spine. Age-toned and foxed; damp staining to fore edges throughout. JR Consignment; NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
London: printed for J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, 1753. Sixth Edition. 12mo., 3 volumes; VG: bound in contemporary calf, paneled spines with gilt tooling, black and maroon morocco labels with gilt titling; mild wear and rubbing, front hinge of volume 1 beginning to separate; Each part has a separate dated titlepage, but pagination and register are continuous in each volume, Each volume has a separate dated titlepage which lacks an edition statement. With a collective titlepage.; slight scattered foxing; bookplate of Thomas Basset to front pastedowns of each volume, slight offsetting to endpaper; Contains 6 plays plus Cosgreve's Poems. The first 5 plays have a single frontispiece.: The Old Batchelor, The Double-Dealer, Love for Love, The Mourning Bride, The Way of the World, The Judgment of Paris (no plate), Poems upon Several Occasions (no plate).; shelved case 8 1/2.
[Rouen]: [s.n.], 1668. Folio; , 1002,  pp. VG-. Bound in period calf; generalized rubbing and wear, more severe at edges and corners; hinges cracking with loss of leather.; Title page in red and black. With an index. Some 'x' marks and other small notations in the margins of the text, in both pencil and red ink. JR Consignment; shelved Room G Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
London: Richard Bentley, 1844. First Edition. Octavo, 177, ; VG-; bound in unsigned full red morocco, paneled spine with gilt titling and tooling; top edge gilt; gilt turn-ins, fabric pastedowns and endpapers; some rubbing and general shelfwear to binding, including wear at hinges; ink dot stain to bottom edge of text block; binding open at rear ads; title page with 'Author's Copy / Copyright P.P.' in ink above title; shelved case 12.
London: printed for Richard Royston, bookseller to His most sacred Majesty, 1678. , 84, 97-156, 155-899,  pages; VG-; . Bound by Jon Robbins in full period style calf, spine lightly faded, remnants of previous label preserved. Text continuous despite pagination; Frontispiece, title page, l2 with archival backing; lacking 2 final advertisement leaves. Scattered and sparse pencil marginalia. JR Consignment. Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information. Case 7.
London: printed, and to be sold by Geo. Grafton, in the Middle-Temple-Lane, Fleetstreet, 1697. Octavo, , x, 164,  pages. Bound by Jon Robbins in full diced calf; spine tanned; shelf wear to bottom edges of boards; rubbing at corners; scattered scratches to boards. With engraved armorial frontispiece, with archival repairs, and folding table. Minor insect damage to fore edge margin, concentrated in leaves I6-M5. Text block slightly age-toned and foxed. Incudes index (M3r-P5v), addenda and corrigenda (P6r-P8v), and supplement to the addenda and corrigenda (Q1r-Q2v). This copy contains extensive ink marginalia in a fine old hand updating the original printed entries. Two leaves at the end of the volume contain extensive hand-written notes adding the names of nobility created since the book was printed. JR Consignment.
London: printed by E[dward]. G[riffin]. for John Williams at the signe of the Crowne in Pauls Church-yard, 1650. Folio, , 262, , , 263,  pages. G+. Bound by Jon Robbins in full calf; spine slightly faded. "A continuation of the collection of the history of England·" has separate title page, with imprint "printed by Richard Bishop for Daniel Pakeman at the signe of the Raine-bow in Fleet-street, neere the inner Temple Gate, 1641.", pagination and register. Old catalogue numbers hand-written on the second original front free endpaper. Sparse and scattered pencil marginalia. Title page and preceeding endpaper with archival repair, primarily to lower fore corner. JR Consignment.; shelved Room G; Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
New York: R. G. Newbegin Company, 1902. Edition Definitive, #a1. Large Octavos, 60 volumes; Fair to Good; Bound in contemporary red morocco, decorative gilt frames to boards surrounding a central tulip design in gilt with central green morocco onlay, green morocco tulip design doublures with red and purple morocco onlays, design and turn-ins tooled in gilt, green moiré silk free endpapers, marbled blanks following; all edges gilt. Spines faded; the last 16 volumes have significant damage to the bindings, primarily the lower edge, and 5 other volumes have noticeable chipping or wear; volume 49 has had the lower edge repaired;.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1885. Large Paper Edition, #39/75. Octavo, 231 pages; VG; bound in 3/4 red calf by Blackwell, marbled boards and endpapers, spine paneled gilt with titling in two compartments; top edge gilt, others uncut; slight wear to hinges, slight rubbing to corners; signed and numbered; "The Large Paper Edition of this volume, consisting of seventy-five copies, twenty-five of which are for America, all being numbered and signed, was printed in October 1885. This is No. 39."; OF consignment; shelved case 0.
London: printed for Richard Tonson and Jacob Tonson, at Grays-inn-gate, in Grays-inn-lane, and at the Judge’s Head, in Chancery-lane, 1681. Quarto, , 83,  pages; VG-; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style diced calf; spine lightly tanned. Archival repairs to title page and next-to-last leaf in volume; original final leaf is absent with a modern reprint taking its place. Closed tear to lower edge of A2 (first page of dedication). Top margin significantly trimmed, in many cases cutting through the title and page number at the top of the page. Text block age-toned and foxed. JR Consignment. NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
London: Printed at the Stanhope Press by C. Whittingham; for John Sharpe... 1813. 12mo., 3 volumes; VG; bound in full polished calf, elaborate gilt border to boards, paneled spines with gilt tooling, black morocco label with gilt titling; mild wear and rubbing; marbled text block, endpapers; title page and engraved frontispiece to each volume; shelved case 0.
Printed in Villa Franca [i.e. London : s.n.], 1659. Octavo; , 100, 129-322 pp.; G-. Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style calf. Lacking final leaf; text continuous between p. 100 and p. 129. Attributed to Pierre Du Moulin by Wing, Thomason also attributes the work to Isaac Basier. A translation, by Matthew Playford, of: Historie des nouveaux presbytériens anglois et escossois. Actual place of publication from Wing. Text in English, Latin, and French. Open tear to the margin of Hh4. Ink markings to margins of multiple pages i K, Ll, and Mm signatures. Closed tear to margin of E7. Small open tear to the top on Mm8. Text incomplete: final page and some front material missing. Engraved frontispiece absent from this copy. Text block slightly age-toned. JR Consignment. NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1898-1917. Mixed Editions. Octavos, Nine Volumes. In Very Good condition. Bound in 20th-century three-quarter calf, flecked marbled boards and matching endpapers. Paneled spines with gilt titling and stamping. Boards show mild shelf wear and rubbing overall, and some worming to back boards of Folks From Dixie and The Heart of Happy Hollow. Text block clean, with the bookplate of J Ogden Armour to front paste downs. Top edges gilt. Nine volumes, with mixed editions: Folks From Dixie, 1898, First Edition; The Love of Landry, 1900, First Edition (closed tear to title page); The Uncalled 1901, Reprint, Published by the International Association of Newspapers and Authors; The Sport of the Gods, 1902, First Edition; The Heart of Happy Hollow, 1904, First Edition; Lyrics of Love and Laughter, 1913, later printing; Lyrics of the Hearthside, 1913, later printing; Lyrics of Sunshine and Shadow, 1914, later printing; Lyrics of Lowly Life, 1917, later printing. JR Consignment. Shelved above Case 0.
London: John Murray, 1826. First Edition. Octavo, , viii, 352 pages; Very Good; bound in full contemporary polished calf by Charles Lewis with his stamp affixes to the front pastedown, paneled spine with morocco label and gilt lettering, gilt stamping to panels; all edges gilt; some mild shelfwear, rubbing, and staining to binding; marbled endpapers; some erasure and small drop-stain to the second free endpaper; light pencil to title page; shelved case 9.
Hammersmith: The Doves Press, 1906. Limited Edition: 1/300 copies. Octavo, 311,  pages. In Good condition. Bound in publisher's full limp vellum with gilt lettering to spine. Two small pieces of vellum torn off of lower edge of front cover. Some light creasing to spine and some light shelfwear. Some light scattered foxing. Ex-library with usual markings, including discard stamped bookplate to the front free endpaper that has been partially torn off causing minor damage to the page and ink stamps to front pastedown and page . Additional bookplate to front pastedown. GH consignment. Shelved case 10.
London: printed for R. Bentley in Russel Street in Covent-Garden, and R. Sare at Grays-Inn-Gate in Holborn, 1689. Octavo, , 293,  pages; VG-; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style calf; spine tanned; small patch of damp staining to front board and scattered scratches to both boards; light rubbing at corners. Leaf A1 is blank. The original frontispiece portrait (plate) of Desiderius Erasmus is absent, but has been replaced with a modern reprint. With a table of contents at beginning of text. Two ownership inscriptions reading "Rich. Norton His Book" and "James Martin His Book" on the title page. Arithmetic in ink on the verso of the final page of text. Original frontispiece absent; replaced with modern reprint. Large open cuts to the fore edge margins of pp. 253 and 255 (text not impacted). Minor shelfwear and denting to edges of text block. Scattered pencil annotations. Text block age-toned and foxed. JR Consignment. NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
Paris: Michel Levy Freres, 1857. Second Edition. Octavos, two volumes. In Very Good condition. Bound in later unsigned half morocco with marbled paper boards. Spines paneled with gilt lettering. Top edges gilt. Very light shelfwear. Bookplate to both front pastedowns. Lower edge at gutter of pages 487-490 torn and repaired. Both half-titles present. Second Edition, with Sénard spelled correctly on the dedication page. JS consignment. Shelved in Case 2.
London: printed by J. D[arby]. for Tho. Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns near Mercers Chappel in Cheapside, 1698. Second edition. Quarto, xvii, , 424 pages; G; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style calf. Spine tanned; several scattered scratches to boards. First word of title in Greek characters. Printer’s name from Wing CD. Archival repairs to title page and to final page of volume. Some wear to edges of text block, including very small tears to first two and final four leaves, and scattered throughout the volume. Damp staining to frontmatter and to the edges of numerous pages. Closed tear (1 in) to margin of p. 27; open tears to the lower margins of pp. 181, 223, and 225. General age toning and light soiling. JR Consignment. NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
London: Parry and Co., 1851. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 3 vols.; VG-; contemporary three-quarter leather bindings, boards in marbled paper; spines paneled, with red leather labels and gilt lettering and design; mild shelf wear and soiling; corners slightly bumped; mild wear to crowns and tails of spines; all edges marbled; previous owner's bookplate at front pastedown of all vols.; pages clean; shelved above Case 11.
London: John Camden Hotten, 1866. Octavo, 164,  pages. In Very Good condition. Bound in full polished blue calf by W. Morrell, with his stamp to the verso of the front free endpaper. Boards with French fillets. Spine paneled with gilt and three burgundy labels and gilt lettering. Gilt turn-ins and marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt. Some light shelf wear and rubbing, some fading to top edge of boards, spine. Light foxing throughout. Publisher's cloth from boards and spine preserved in rear. Title page detaching from gutter due to binder glue. With 36 color hand-tinted illustrations, some full-page. Shelved in Case 12.
London: printed by Tho. Newcomb, for Robert Pawlet, at the sign of the Bible in Chancery-lane, 1673. Second impression. Quarto. , 272, 271-277, 288, 281-, , 176, 169-190, ; 7,  pages; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style full brown leather. Minor shelf wear, some tanning to top of spine. Archival repairs to first two pages. Some chipping and minor insect damage to leaves A2-B1. Damp staining to bottom of text block throughout. Scattered pencil and ink marginalia. Small open tears to the upper margins of pp. 17-20; closed tear to lower margin of p. 225. Archival repairs to pp. 61-63 and blank endpapers. On the title page, the words "Mr. John Hales" and the following comma have had black shadows added behind them, apparently after printing. Below this, written in old ink, are the words "Some unskillfull hand hath attempted to improve the Print here." [Bound with:] Hales, John, 1584-1656. Sermons preach’d at Eton, by John Hales, late Fellow of that Colledge. The second edition. London : printed by T. Newcomb, for Richard Marriot, anno Dom. MDCLXXIII. . 63,  p. Possibly intended to be issued with "Golden remaines", 2nd impression, London, 1673. Register begins with B. Wing (2nd ed.), H275. ESTC Citation no.: R6341. JR Consignment. Shelved Room G.
Boston: Fields, Osgood, & Co., 1871. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 152 pages. In Very Good condition. Bound in full crushed black morocco, with gilt tooling and two red morocco labels to spine. Covers bordered in single gilt rule surrounding gilt scrollwork and floral bouquet corner-pieces. The front board has a central inlay of two fanned "Jack-of-Hearts" playing cards bordered in gilt, with original cloth covers and spine bound in at end. Bret Harte signature appears on stiff card mounted to first blank page. Text block shows scattered mild foxing that is heaviest to preliminaries, and some crinkling to paper to which Harte signature is mounted. First Issue, with the publisher's monogram on title-page and foot of spine, and the error "S.T.K." for "T.S.K." in the caption on page 136. Marbled endpapers. CX Consignment. Shelved in Case 3.
London: Humphret Milford / Oxford University Press, 1915. Octavo, 638 pages. In Good plus condition. Three-quarter bound in green leather with green cloth boards. Paneled spine with gilt lettering in two compartments, gilt sheaf in five. Mild shelfwear and soiling to spine. Mild shelfwear to edges of boards and slight soiling to front board. Top edge of text block gilt. Marbled endpapers. Minor age-toning to endpapers and textblock. Shelved in Front Case.
London: printed by Thomas Newcomb for Andrew Crook, at the Green-Dragon in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1666. Folio, , , 36, , 330, 325-579  pages.; VG; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period style calf, previous label preserved on spine; spine sun-faded. With frontis. portrait (plate) of the author signed "Guil. Faithorne sculp:" and additional engraved title page (plate) "Of the lawes of ecclesiastical politie"; Archival repair to fore edge of frontispiece. Includes: Travers, Walter. A supplication made to the councel by Master Walter Travers. JR Consignment; shelved Room G Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
Londini [i.e., Gouda?]: impensis R. Clavel, H. Mortlock, S. Smith & B. Walford in coemeterio D. Pauli, 1699. Octavo, , 344, , 353-432, 431-606, 657-703,  pages; VG; Bound in full brown calf; rebacked and repaired. Rubbing, chipping to corners of earlier portions of boards; scratching to boards. Archival repairs to rear free endpaper. Text block age-toned and slightly foxed with scattered small stains. Ownership inscription to rear free endpaper. Text continuous despite pagination. JR Consignment. Shelved Room G.
Paris: Eugène Renduel, 1836. Second Illustrated Edition. Octavos, 3 volumes. In Very Good condition. Bound in full green unsigned leather with gilt rule to edges and covers elaborately embossed in blind. Spines with gilt and black label with gilt lettering. All spines, lower edges of both boards of volume 1, and upper edge of rear board of volume 2 faded. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. With 11 plates and 1 engraved title page after Louis Boulanger, Alfred and Tony Johannot, Raffet, Rogier and Rouargue. Text in French. Shelved case 2.
Paris: Georges Crès at Cie, 1916. Limited Edition, #946/1380. Octavo, 228 pages; VG; 3/4 bound in brown calf, marbled boards and endpapers, paneled spine with gilt rectangular rules, worn gilt titling; top edge of text block gilt; bookplate to front pastedown; Original printed wrappers bound in. Woodcut frontispiece in color by Louis Jou; on Papier du Rives, Limited Edition, #946/1380; MW consignment; NOTE: Shelved in Room G.