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The Anglophile and the Professor

Thu, Oct 19, 2023 10:00AM EDT
Lot 999

7 Works on Queen Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots

Estimate: $100 - $200
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Property from the Collection of Ronald Onorato, Savannah, GA


7 Works Related to the Life and Reign of Queen Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots, comprising Aikin, Lucy MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH (London, 1819), 2 vols., 4th edition, engraved portrait, quarter morocco; Naunton, Robert FRAGMENTA REGALIA: MEMOIRS OF ELIZABETH AND HER COURT AND FAVOURITES, A NEW EDITION (London, 1824), binders cloth, large paper edition, bookplates and portraits (scattered foxing); Naunton, Robert MEMOIRS, WITH SOME OF HIS POSTHUMOUS WRITINGS (London, 1814), folio (wear and cracking to spine); Nichols, John THE PROGRESSES AND PUBLIC PROCESSIONS OF QUEEN ELIZABETH (London 1823), 3 vols., portrait and other engravings, Lambeth Public Library bookplate, some stamps on early pages (minor foxing); Chalmers, George THE LIFE OF MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS DRAWN FROM THE STATE PAPERS WITH SUBSIDIARY MEMOIRS (London, 1818), 2 vols., frontispiece portrait engravings, contemporary calf, gilt spines (cracking and wear to spines); Birch, Thomas MEMOIRS OF THE REIGN OF QUEEN ELIZABETH, FROM THE YEAR 1581 TIL HER DEATH IN WHICH THE SECRET INTRIGUES OF HER COURT, & OTHER CONDUCT OF HER FAVORITE, ROBERT EARL OF ESSEX...FROM THE ORIGINAL PAPERS OF... ANTHONY BACON (London, 1754), 2 vols., 4to, contemporary calf, rebacked (cracking and wear to spines); and Camden, William THE HISTORY OF THE MOST RENOWNED AND VICTORIOUS PRINCESS ELIZABETH LATE QUEEN OF ENGLAND (London, 1688), black and red title, contemporary calf, folio, 4th edition (lacking portrait frontispiece, cracking to joints).

Measurements: Height: of tallest 15 1/8 in. x Width: 10 in. x Depth: 1/4 in.


Worn condition, see description and photos.

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