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coloured plates by Alken and 43 woodcuts, first edition, cloth, gilt edges, 1846, 8vo. (152)

Hornstein, £10 [The papers reprinted in this volume appeared in Bell's

Life during 1845-46. Price rising.---Ed.] 1646 Surtees (R. S.) Jorrocks' Jaunts and Jollities, with a Note

on the Illustrations by J. Grego, 31 coloured illustrations by Alken, “ Phiz” and Heath, some never before reproduced, with a duplicate set of plates in monochrome, 2 vol., LARGE PAPER (90 copies printed), 1901, 8vo. (171)

Harrison, 65 5s. 1647 Swinburne (A. C.) William Blake, a Critical Essay, coloured plates, half bound morocco, gilt edges, 1868, 8vo. (62)

Dobell, El us. 1648 Taylor (S. A.) Cocking and its Votaries, illustrated with 22

plates (12 coloured), with an Article on Cocking from the Sporting Magazine, a curious Tract on the Death of a Cock-Fighter, Ticket to view a main, Records of Mains, etc. inserted, morocco extra, with joints, the sides emblematically tooled with game cocks, uncut, 8vo. (155)

Bickers, £6 155. 1649 Turner (J. M. W., R.A.) Annual Tours. Wanderings by the

Seine and the Loire, by L. Ritchie, plates, 3 vol., morocco extra, with joints, gilt edges, 1833-35, 8vo. (175)

Maggs, £6 55. 1650 Turner (J. M. W., R.A.) Liber Studiorum, Autotype Reproductions, with Notices by S. Brooke, 3 vol., 1864, 4to. (128)

Bumpus, £3 5s. 1651 Westmacott (W. H.) The English Spy, Characteristic, Sati

rical and Humorous, comprising Scenes and Sketches in every Rank of Society, 72 coloured plates and woodcuts by R. Cruikshank, 2 vol., morocco extra, 1825, 8vo. (154)

Sabin, £22 Tos.

From Mr. Pope's Library (realised £572). 1652 Browne (Hablot K., “Phiz”). Sketches and Caricatures, 48

humorous pencil sketches, mounted on cardboard, in a vol.,

morocco, gilt edges, oblong folio (284) Sabin, £ 45 1653 Browne (Hablot K.) Studies and Sketches, 122 pencil draw

ings, and etching of a Lion, with inscription, “My first etching Finden's, H.K.B.," mounted on cardboard, morocco, gilt edges, oblong folio (285)

Sabin, £ 36 1654 Browne (Hablot K.) Studies of Heads, 137 pencil drawings,

mounted on cardboard, morocco, gilt edges, oblong folio (286)

Sabin, £ 57 1655 Browne (Hablot K.) Hunting Songs. Manuscript in his

autograph : (My Good Grey Mare, The Old Squire's Sweethearts (or his Pack of Bitches), In Memoriam, A Huntsman's Lament for his best Hounds killed on the Rail, The Separation, “As Happy as a King," Billy Bouncer, Slow and Sure, Wire Fences), with 21 humorous pencil sketches, morocco, gilt edges (287) Grego, £60

1656 Browne (Hablot K.) Ballads. Manuscript in his autograph : (Sir Nicholas, The Zephyr Kiss, To a Fair Toxophilite, Timothy Traddle or Horse Hunting Extraordinary, A Drinking Song, Don't be Spooney, The Half Kiss, Give me a Lass with Sparkling Eye, The Black Huntsman, Eyes Right, Sold Again), with 16 humorous pencil sketches, 2 vol., morocco, gilt edges (288) Maggs, £30 1657 Caldecott (Randolph). Visitors to Buxton, being Sketches made there in October, 1876, by R. Caldecott, a Rheumatic, 40 very humorous sketches (9 coloured), mounted in a volume, morocco, 4to. (282) Pickering, £40 1658 Caldecott (Randolph). Illustrations to Bracebridge Hall, by Washington Irving, the 119 original drawings, mounted in 2 vol., morocco, 4to. (281) Sabin, £170 1659 Lockwood (Frank). His Sketch Book, original binding, 1898, 4to. (298) £3 7s. 6d. illustrations, 2 vol., Lyon, £2 45.

1660 Tuer (A. W.) History of the Horn Book,

vellum, 1896, 4to. (289)

[The original edition. A later and cheaper one appeared in 1 vol., 4to., 1897.-ED.]

[DECEMBER 19TH, 1901.]

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE.

A COLLECTION OF EARLY PRINTED BOOKS AND
MANUSCRIPTS.

(No. of Lots, 197; amount realised, £1,266 6s. 6d.)

1661 Aeneas Silvius. Historia Pii Papa de duobus amantibus, roman letter, double columns, outline woodcut within border on title, printer's mark at end, unbound, Venetiis, Jo. Bapt. Sessa, 1504, 4to. (2) Quaritch, £4 25. 1662 Albertus de Padua. Liber predicationum super evangeliis dominicalibus et in precipuis festivitatibus sanctorum, lit. goth., double columns, old calf, Venetiis, per Adam de Rotuuil et Andream de Corona, 1476, small folio (3)

:

Dobell, £3 3s. 1663 Albertus Magnus. Compendiosum insigne ac perutile opus philosophiæ naturalis, roman letter, long lines, two large woodcuts, two smaller and a large ornamental initial, MS. notes, large copy, half vellum, Venetiis, Geo. de Arriuabenis, 1496, 4to. (4) Tregaskis, £3 12s.

1664 Albertus Magnus. Sermones de tempore et de sanctis, bold lit. goth., long lines, woodcut initials, few small worm-holes, boards backed with stamped pigskin, Auguste, per Joh. Wienner, s. a., circa 1476, folio (5) Olschki, £2 16s.

1665 Albumasar. Flores Albumasaris, lit. goth., long lines, with

quaint woodcuts and ornamental initials, fine uncoloured copy, half vellum, Aug. Vind., E. Ratdolt, 1488, small 4to. (7)

Olschki, £2 165. 1666 Alciatus (And.) Andreae Alciati Emblematum libellus, 113

wood engravings, printer's mark, morocco, g.e., by Thibaron, Lugduni, Jocobus Modernus excudebat, 1544, 8vo. (10)

B. F. Stevens, £7 155. 1667 Augustinus (S.) Sancto Augustino de la Cita di Dio tradotto

da Fra Jacopo Passavanti, semi-gothic characters. double columns, large copy (almost uncut) in vellum boards, s. n. (Venetia, Antonio da Bologna, circa 1476), small folio (17)

Olschki, £3 6s. (A very rare edition and a celebrated “testo di lingua.” It is printed in the same type as the Italian Livio printed

by Ant. da Bologna in 1478.--Catalogue.] 1668 Ausino (Nic. de). Supplementum Summæ Pisanellæ, lit.

goth., double columns, two initials and border in gold and colours, other ornamental initials in colours, wormhole in last few leaves, large copy, old half binding, l'enetiis, F. de Hailbrun et N. de Frankfordia, 1474, folio (20)

Renshaw, £,4 1669 Barberiis (Phil. de). Opuscula, gothic and roman letter, with

12 full-page woodcuts within ornamental borders, historiated and ornamental initials, vellum, Venetiis, p. Bern. Benalium, s. d. (circa 1500), 4to. (21)

Bain, £4 45. 1670 Bernardus (S.) Libro in chemodo se deue tenere munda la

conscientia et la meditatione sue altri capituli bellissimi et utillissimi, lit. goth., long lines, 3 woodcuts, woodcut border and initial on a 3 and historiated initial on g 1, calf, blind tooled, Bologna, Justiniano de Rubiera, s. a., 4to. (24)

Ridler, £4 45. 1671 Beroaldus (P.) Commentationes conditæ a P. Beroaldo in

Suetonium Tranquillum, etc., with 73 woodcuts, including the earliest representation of the Cæsarian operation, ornamental initials, original stamped pigskin, Venetiis, P. Pin

cium Mantuanum, 1510, folio (25) Maggs, 45 7s. 6d. 1672 Boccaccio (Giovanni). Il libro di florio et di biāzafiore

chiamato philocolo, etc., roman letter, double columns, some small wormholes, vellum, Venetia, impress. per Maestro Philipo de piero, 1481, folio (27)

Voynich, 64 1673 Boccaccio (Giovanni). Lopera de misser Giouanni Boccacio

de mulieribus claris, roman letter, long lines, large and small woodcuts, morocco, by Pratt, Venetiis, Zuanne de

Trino chiamato Tacuino, 1506, 4to. (28) Bain, £15 5s. 1674 Breviarium per totum anni circulum secundum rituz et

ordinem monialium sancti Laurentii de Venetiis, lit. goth.. in red and black, double columns, large copy, old calf tooled in gold, with Crucifixion and Virgin and Child and initials L. D. broken, Sine nota (Sæc. xv.), 4to. (31)

Olschki, £4 18s. 1675 Breviarium Romanum cum aliis qzpluribus de novo super

additus, lit. goth.. in red and black, double columns, full

page woodcuts, several touched with colour, historiated woodcut initials, a leaf defective, calf gilt, gauffred edges, Venetiis, Luc. Ant. de Giunta, 1503, 8vo. (32)

Maggs, £6 18s. [The first of the illustrated Giunta editions of the Breviary. Catalogue.] 1676 Breviarium secundum morem Romane curie, lit. goth., double columns, in red and black, printer's mark in red at end, ornamental initials in colours, wanted title and Calendar, the latter supplied from January to October by 6 leaves of contemporary MS., morocco, g.e., Venetiis, J. de Colonia N. Jenson Sociorumque, 1481, 8vo. (33)

Olschki, £5 12s. 6d. 1677 Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, Statius, roman letter, long lines, large copy, with the 2 blank leaves, old morocco, gold borders, Vincentia, J. Renensem et D. Berthochum, 1481, folio (40) £12 2s. 6d. [A very rare and important edition. The editor, Colphurnius, boasts to have so corrected the text, as compared with the edition of 1475, that the poets might seem to be published for the first time. As usual, wanted the 3 leaves of verses by the editor, which, according to Brunet, some copies have. The Sunderland copy, similar to this, sold for 12 5s.-Catalogue.]

1678 Chiarini (G.) Questo et el libbro che tracta di mercatanti et usanze de paesi (Hain, No. 4955), roman letter, long lines, outline woodcut on title of money-changers, touched with red and outer border cut into, two printer's marks at end, original limp vellum, Impresso in Firenze appetitione di ser Piero da Pescia, g. a. (ante 1500), 8vo. (43) Maggs, £8 10s.

[This interesting volume is the first work printed on Italian commerce, and is of great importance for the history of trade and banking in the middle ages.-Catalogue.] 1679 Cicero. M. T. Ciceronis ad Quintum. Fratrem. In Libros de Oratore prefatio incipit foeliciter, roman letter, illuminated initials, morocco, g. e., by Belz-Niedrée, Sine nota (Venet., Vindelin de Spira, late 1470), small folio (45)

Olschki, £9 [A very rare edition, printed in the same style as the Plutarch of 1471, but with an older fount of type.-Catalogue.]

1680 Crescentio (Piero). De Agricultura Istoriato, woodcuts of agricultural and country life scenes, hole in title, library stamp, date altered in ink to 1461, large copy, vellum, Impresso in Venetia, 1504, 4to. (51) Voynich, fio

[The second illustrated Italian edition, containing a large

woodcut not found in the first edition. Some of the woodcuts are from the Malermi Bible of 1490 and the Tite-Live of 1493, the rest are original.-Catalogue.]

1681 Dante. La Commedia col commento di Christ. Landino,

with 100 woodcuts, 3 leaves supplied from a shorter copy, some margins at beginning soiled, water-stain at end, limp

vellum with tie strings, Impresso in Vinegia per Pietro Cremonese dito Veronese, 18th November, 1491, small folio (54)

Quaritch, £!4 5s. [A rare edition, remarkable for its woodcuts. It is the better of the two illustrated editions printed in 1491. The designs are similar in both, but in the technical execution the woodcuts of Pietro Cremonese are far superior to those of the Benali edition. Catalogue. They are also larger in

size.—ED.) 1682 Dante. La Commedia col commento di Christ. Landino,

woodcuts and ornamental initials, border on A ii., 3 leaves defective, i mended, some worinholes, Impresse in Venetia per Pietro de Zuanne di quarengii de palazago bergamasco, 1497, small folio (55)

Olschki, £5 1683 Dante. La Commedia, col expositione di Christophoro Landino,

title in red and black, gothic letters, within woodcut border, with Junta's red fleur-de-lys beneath, portrait of Dante on the reverse, 99 woodcuts throughout the text, fine copy, in contemporary binding of white calf, gaufré edges, slightly repaired, Venetia, Jac del Burgofranco, ad instantia di L. A. Junta, 1529, folio (56)

Ellis En Elvey, £35 1os. (The woodcuts were executed from designs of superior character, and may rank among the more important examples of Italian book-illustration of the period. The binding is an interesting and very uncommon example of the art. This volume realised £19 at the Gaisford sale in

1890.- Catalogue.] 1684 Diodorus Siculus. Historiarum libri vi. lat. Franc. Poggio

interprete, Accedit Corn. Taciti Germania, roman letter, long lines, few wormholes, the original MS. signatures, old half calf, Bononia, impressum 1472 (Bologna, Baldassare Azzoguidi, 1472), small folio (60)

Olschki, £4 45. [The rare editio princeps.-Ev.] 1685 Euclides. Preclarissimus liber elementorum Euclidis perspi

cacissimi in artem Geometrie, editio princeps, lit. goth.. long lines, title in red, arabesque woodcut initials (white on black), woodcut border at beginning, margins filled with geometrical figures, library stamp, wanted leaf Ai, half vellum, Venetiis, E. Ratdolt, 1482, 8vo. (62) Olsthki, £6 tos.

[The first appearance of Euclid in print, and the earliest book with a continuous series of geometrical illustrations.

- Catalogue.) 1686 Euclidis Magaresis Philosophi platonii Mathematicaruz dis

ciplinarum Janitoris, etc., ornamental xylographic title, with woodcut of S. John the Baptist beneath, signed d. M., border (white on black), with heading and large initial S in red on first page of text, numerous initials, printer's mark at end, mathematical figures in the margins, vellum, l'enetiis, in adibus Jo. Tacuini, 1517, folio (64)

Quuritch, £4 25. 6d. 1687 Euclides. Prelar. liber elementorum Euclidis in artem Geo

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