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London: Daldy Isbister and Co., circa 1844.
The Holy Land IllustratedOctavo; engraved frontis and title-page, 23 engraved plates and 29 line drawings; original blind stamped blue cloth boards, rebacked, corners slightly worn, highly decorated in gilt front and spine, all edges gilt. William Henry Bartlett was a prolific 19th...
London: George and William Nicol, 1802. Nine volumes, small quarto, contemporary polished calf, spines banded in gilt with double black labels. An attractive edition of the Bible. A note to the binder printed at the start explains that the Notes may be bound at the end of each volume, or...
Mediolani (Milan): A. Minutianus, 1513-1514.
The great history of the Jews: a beautiful copy in a lovely English bindingTwo parts in one volume, folio; printed in roman letter, large and smaller initials historiated in red and blue, eighteenth-century English brown morocco, spine ornately panelled in gilt between raised bands...
London: Thomas Osborne, 1745.
Travel: "the very excellency of man"Two volumes, folio, with 37 maps and 16 plates (many folding), and a letterpress folding table; a handsome set in the original panelled calf, decorated in gilt, rebacked by Aquarius. A fine set, with excellent early provenance, of one of...
Auburn (New York): J.M. Alden, 1850.
The US Exploring ExpeditionLarge octavo, engraved title and eight steel-engraved plates; original full calf. A condensation for the general reader of the Wilkes expedition and several earlier and important voyages. Part one, on expeditions in the Pacific and the South Seas, contains eighteen...