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Imprint: Berne, Hallwag, 1964, 1964.
466 p. Illustrations, adverts. some in colour. Parallel text in French and German. 31cm. Paperback. Annual review of the world's car production produced to time with the Geneva Motor Show. The white spine is darkened, otherwise a very good copy.
Stock number:6921.
£ 30.00 ( approx. $US 39.04 )
Imprint: 1760, 1760.
[2], 398, [10] + 388, [4] p. Contemporary calf , tooled in blind. Spine with raised bands and a contrasting label. All edges gilt. Small worm hole at the top of the front joint, with a little rubbing. Internally clean and tight.
Stock number:5868.
£ 100.00 ( approx. $US 130.14 )
Imprint: Eyre & Spottiswoode,, 1891, 1891.
Binding: Hardback
Folio. [8], 544, [16] p. Publisher's cloth, embossed and gilt. Discreetly rebacked and corners restored. Original endpapers preserved though browned. The whole manuscript reproduced in litho facsimile, printed in red and black throughout. Many sections uncut at the head. A very good copy. The manuscript was lost for some years after becoming separated from the Act of Uniformity. When rediscovered it was deposited in the library of the House of Lords and this printed edition produced.
Stock number:4905.
£ 300.00 ( approx. $US 390.42 )
Imprint: Chester, Printed for T. Poole, . . ., 1815, 1815
Binding: Hardback
8vo in 4s. [2], iii, 334, ii p. Engraved frontis. and four engravings, vignette on title. Contemporary half calf, rubbed on joints and edges but sound. Spine with two lettering pieces. A very good copy.
Stock number:661.
£ 200.00 ( approx. $US 260.28 )
Imprint: London, [s. n.],, 1701, Printed in the year 1701.
Binding: Hardback
viii, 112 p. Modern quarter calf with marbled boards. Title a little dusty, otherwise a very good copy. ESTC T26226. A scarce anonymous reply to Lord Somers's 'Jura populi Anglicani: or the subject's right of petitioning set forth. Occasioned by the case of the Kentish petitioners. With some thoughts ..'.
Stock number:6632.
£ 400.00 ( approx. $US 520.56 )
Imprint: London, Printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane,, 1717, 1717.
Binding: Hardback
20 p. 20 cm. Old boards with a more recent paper spine. Unobtrusive water stain to the outer leaves. A few pages with page number shaved at the head. A good copy of a scarce anti-Jacobite satire. ESTC T102882 with 3 locations in UK and 4 in USA. Foxon L200.
Stock number:5900.
£ 250.00 ( approx. $US 325.35 )
Imprint: Cambridge at the University Press, 1906, 1906
Binding: Hardback
BOUND WITH LYDGATE, John The Churl and the Bird translated from the French by John Lydgate. Printed by WIlliam Caxton about 1478. Cambridge, 1906. BOUND WITH The abbaye of the holy ghost. Printed at Westminster by Wynkyn de Worde about the year 1496. Cambridge, 1907. BOUND WITH The frere and the boye. Printed at London in Fleet Street by Wynkyn de Worde about the year 1512. Cambridge, 1907. Facsimiles of copies in a volume given to the Cambridge University library in 1715 by John Moore, Bishop of Ely. These high quality facsimiles were each produced in editions of 250 copies only. Bound in recent cloth with a contrasting label.
Stock number:7487.
£ 95.00 ( approx. $US 123.63 )
Imprint: At London Printed for the Companie of the Stationers,, 1616, 1616.
Binding: Hardback
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
12mo. [24], 205, [21], 213, [37], 56 [i.e. 92], [8] p. Collates Aš˛, B-2Bš˛. The blank leaves A1-3, X3, 2B12 are present. A1 is signed A towards the foot of the recto despite ESTC assertion that the first signature is Aš˛ (-A1). "A right Christian treatise, entituled S. Augustines praiers" and "Saint Augustines manual:" have separate dated title pages and pagination The register is continuous throughout. Torn stub of the front endpaper remains. Bound in calf by a contemporary London workshop and decorated in an all over strapwork design around a small plain central cartouche. Rebacked, preserving most of the original spine. Evidence of ties, now lacking. Gilt and gauffred edges. Two small holes in the title page (8mm and 3 mm), possibly where initials have been excised. A few catchwords shaved in Sig. A. Surviving provenance inscriptions include Mary Michell, Robert Michell and Robert Chapman. ESTC S1514 with 3 locations in the UK and 3 in USA. Other printings date from 1581 onwards. All are scarce.
Stock number:7476.
£ 1800.00 ( approx. $US 2342.52 )
Imprint: London, Published by C. Taylor, No. 109, Hatton Garden,, 1807, 1807.
Four issues Jan - April, 1807. 20cm. Disbound from a volume of pamphlets. The wrappers were removed by the binder. Pagination of the review sections is continuous (1-192 p.), but interleaved with numerous pages of advertisements. These are possibly early issues of a periodical catalogued by British Library as The Literary Annual Register, or Records of Literature, Domestic and Foreign., edited by Charles Taylor. It changed its name to The Literary Panorama and is advertised under that title on the page facing p.48 of this collection.
Stock number:7068.
£ 75.00 ( approx. $US 97.60 )
Imprint: London: William Darton, 58, Holborn Hill,, 1822, 1822.
[2], 32, [2] p. 13cm. Yellow printed wrappers. Eight hand coloured plates dated 1821. The publisher stated 'Price 6d plain Plates, or 1s. with the Plates coloured'. Some signs of use and oversewn in the nursery at some time which has preserved a well-loved book intact. Undated early inscription 'William Payn Faversham'. Darton H1321.
Stock number:6638.
£ 280.00 ( approx. $US 364.39 )
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