Lot 131 of 338:
Mathew Hale's Common Law of England, 1716  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$204
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
The History of the Common Law of England [bound with] The Analysis of the Law...

Author:
Hale, Matthew

Place:
London

Publisher:
Printed by E. Nutt... and sold by D. Browne, et al.

Date:
1716

Description:

[8], 261, [11]; [14], 148, ]25] pp. (8vo) 19.5x12 cm (7¾x4¾")m period calf, raised spine bands. Second Editions.

Two significant posthumous works by the influential seventeenth century English barrister, judge and lawyer. Both works with the same imprint, and were most certainly issued together. Ownership signature on title-page eradicated with ink, which has bled to the facing leaf, the errata. 


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Spine rubbed, label lacking; lower corner of title-page torn off affecting only the margin, some mostly marginal foxing and aging within; very good.


 
Item number:
311227
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