Lot 237 of 377:
Five finely bound volumes  

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Five volumes finely bound

Various authors

Various places


Various dates


A miscellany of five (8vo) volumes tooled and lettered in gilt.


  • Remarks on the History of England from the Minutes of Humphry Oldcastle, Esq. by [Henry St. John Bolingbroke]. R. Francklin, 1747. Half-morocco with marbled boards, all edges marbled. Second Edition.
  • Lectures on the Council of Trent by James Anthony Froude. Longmans, Green, and Co., 1896. Finely bound by Truslove and Hanson. Tree calf, tooled in gilt, gilt rolled borders, dentelles.
  • The Old Furniture Book by N. Hudson Moore. Frederick A. Stokes Company, [1903]. Three quarter Levant. Second Edition. 
  • Letters of Henry Brevoort to Washington Irving edited by George S. Hellman. 2 Volumes. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1918. Three quarter Levant. 

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