Books and Works on Paper, including Fine Photographs | 14 December 2017

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427

Barnes (J.) - The Second Edition of the Court and City Register For the Year 1755

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Est: £300–400

Barnes (J.)

The Second Edition of the Court and City Register For the Year 1755

second edition, some text leaves in red and black, text engravings, pp. B12 tear with loss, some text loss where trimmed, bookplate, pencil annotations scattered throughout, contemporary gilt calf, spine damaged, boards loose, rubbed and worn, J Barnes , 1755 §
Aiton (W. T.), An Epitome of the Second Edition of Hortus Kewensis, for the use of Practical Gardeners…, library stamp on title, occasional spotting and staining, new decorative end papers, later cloth-backed boards, 1814.§
Hooker (William Jackson), The British Flora; Comprising Pheanogamous, or Flowering Plants, and The Ferns, second edition, half title, occasional slight spotting, original red cloth, original paper label, pages uncut, spine hinges damaged, boards loose or becoming so, worn and stained, 1831 §
Knight (Charles, Editor), Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Municipal, Baronial and Popular Antiquities, 1 vol, only of 2, pictorial frontispiece, engraved text borders, engraved plates, some coloured, original red decorated cloth, pictorial gilt frame with gilt title lettering, spine gilt, a.e.g., rubbed and stained, frayed at corners and head and tail, spine hinge cracked, , James Sangster , [1845] §
White (Caroline A. White, Sweet Hampstead and its Associations, second edition, half title, pictorial frontispiece, plates, text illustrations, occasional light staining, pencil inscription on half title, original pictorial blue cloth, spine gilt, without dust jacket, rubbed and bumped, head and tail frayed, Elliot Stock, 1903 §
Kennedy (J.), The Manor and Parish Church of Hampstead and its Vicars, presentation copy, 9 photograve plates, photograve frontispiece, tissue guard, folding map, some foxing and staining concentrated mainly to title, inscription from author in black ink on free-end paper, half vellum, grey cloth, rubbed and stained, spine head damaged, S. Mayle, 1906, and others, v.s. (quantity)

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