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The Anglophile and the Professor

Thu, Oct 19, 2023 10:00AM EDT
Lot 995

Four Works on the History of England, 17th-19th C

Estimate: $150 - $250
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Property from the Collection of Ronald Onorato, Savannah, GA


Four Works Relating to the History of England, 17th-19th C, comprising William of Malmesbury THE HISTORY OF THE KINGS OF ENGLAND, trans by Rev. John Sharpe (London, 1815), contemporary calf, bookplate (minor foxing and damp staining, wear to joints); Leycester, Peter HISTORICAL ANTIQUITIES IN TWO BOOKS, THE FIRST TREATING IN GENERAL OF GREAT-BRITAIN AND IRELAND, THE SECOND... CONCERNING CHESHIRE (London, 1673), title in black and red, bookplate, rebound, half-calf, folio (wear to edges, some foxing); Maddox, Thomas FIRMA BURGI; OR, AN HISTORICAL ESSAY CONCERNING THE CITIES, TOWNS, AND BUROUGHS OF ENGLAND (London, 1726), calf, folio, some engraved vignettes (cracking to joints); and Echard Laurence THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE FIRST ENTRANCE OF JULIUS CAESAR AND THE ROMANS TO THE CONCLUSION OF KING JAMES II AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF KING WILLIAM AND QUEEN MARY UPON THE THRONE IN THE YEAR 1688 (London, Jacob Tonson, 1720), contemporary paneled calf, title in black and red, engraved frontispiece (upper cover detached, foxing).

Measurements: Height: of largest 16 in. x Width: 10 1/2 in. x Depth: 3 1/4 in.


Worn condition, see description and photos.

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