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3388 Studio (The). An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, vol. i.-xxiv.-The Record of Art, 1898-Special Winter Number, 1901-2, and duplicate No. 57, numerous illustrations by A. Beardsley, Walter Crane, W. Morris, etc., including the 2 plates in vol. i. often wanting, 23 vol., half calf, g. t., uncut, and 9 parts, 1893-1902, 4to. (355)
J. Bumpus, £10 5s. 3389 Teniers (D.) Theatrum Pictorum, plates (wanted Nos. 209 and 224), old calf, Antv., 1684, folio (282) Andrews, 1 145. 3390 Vale Press. Fifty Songs by Thomas Champion chosen by John Gray, woodcut border and initial letters by C. S. Ricketts, levant morocco, g. t., uncut, 1896, 8vo. (209)
£145. 3391 Vale Press. Vaughan (H.) Sacred Poems, being a Selection, frontispiece, border and initial letters, 210 copies printed, levant morocco, g. t., uncut, 1897, 8vo. (210)
Young, £I 3392 Virgil. The XII. Bukes of Eneados of the famose Poete Virgil, translated out of Latyne verses into Scottish metir, bi the Reuerend Father in God Maister Gawin Douglas, Bishop of Dunkel and unkil to the Erle of Angus, Euery buke hauing hys perticular Prologe, black letter, top corner of title torn off and wanted signatures P 3, 4, 5 and 6, duplicate of signatures Q1, 2, 7 and 8 inserted, Imprinted at London, 1553-Gravissimæ atqz exactissimæ illustrissimarū totius Italiæ et Galliæ Academiaru censuræ, woodcut border round title, Impress. Londini in officina Thome. Berthleti, 1530, in 1 vol., rough calf, 4to. (281)
Leighton, £27 3393 Watson (Rev. J.) Memoirs of the Ancient Earls of Warren and Surrey, and their Descendants to the present time, 2 vol., portrait, plates and illustrations, many of the arms in colours, morocco, g. e., Warrington, 1782, 4to. (339) Mason, £6 15s. 3394 Williams (D.) History of Monmouthshire, map and plates by Gardner, calf, 1796, 4to. (57) Walford, £2 3395 Yarrell (W.) History of British Birds, 4 vol. in 30 parts, numerous woodcuts, 1871-85, 8vo. (90) Sotheran, £2 125.
[APRIL 7TH AND 8TH, 1902.]
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE.
COLLECTION OF BOOKS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.
(No. of Lots, 644; amount realised, £671 4s. 6d.)
[Nearly all the books sold on this occasion were either of little importance in themselves or will be found frequently reported in this volume of BOOK-PRICES CURRENT. These have not, consequently, been mentioned. The following are, however, worthy of notice.-ED.]
Orlando Furioso, Baskerville's edition, 4 vol., portrait and plates after Eisen, Cipriani, Moreau, etc., by Bartolozzi, De Longueil, Prevost and others (name written on titles), morocco extra, g. e., Birmingham, 1773, 8vo. (185) Kennedy, £25 3397 Bewick (T.) History of British Land and Water Birds, with Supplements, 2 vol., LARGEST PAPER, wood engravings, morocco, joints, with gold borders, silk linings, g. e., Newcastle, 1821, 8vo. (316) Grubb, £5 10s. 3398 Biblia, thad er, Öll Heilög Ritning utlögd a Norrænu, med formalum M. Lutheri, 3 vol. in 1, first edition of the Icelandic Bible, stamped calf over oak boards, clasps, Hólum, 1584, folio (16) K. Roberts, 10 3399 Blair (R.) The Grave, a Poem, first edition, with plates by W. Blake, portrait, subscribers' copy, very clean, in original boards, uncut, with label on the side, 1808, imperial 4to. (627) Pickering, £2 10s. 3400 Chaucer (G.) Workes, edited by Speght, black letter, woodcut border to title, and portrait with genealogy, cut round and mounted, large copy, old calf (one cover loose), A. Islip, 1602, folio (287) Rimell, £3 18s. 3401 Harrington (Sir J.) A New Discourse of a Stale Subject, called the Metamorphosis of Ajax, woodcuts, R. Field, 1596 -An Apologie, issued without title, n. d.-An Anatomie of the Metamorpho-sed Ajax, by T. C. Traveller, R. Field, 1596, in I vol., some leaves slightly shaved and a little wormed, sold not subject to return, vellum, 1596, 8vo. (311) K. Roberts, £5 5s.
3402 Hutchins (J.) History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset, 2 vol., maps and numerous plates, half calf, 1774 (445) Ridler, 1 135. 3403 Hutchins (J.) History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset, 4 vol., numerous plates, etc., half morocco, g. t., Westminster, 1861-70, folio (441) Young, £7
3404 Jonson (Ben). Works, first edition, engraved title by Hole, old calf, 1616, folio (650)
Cotton, £5 15s.
3405 Montaigne (M. de). Essayes, or Morall, Politike and Mili
tarie Discourses, engraved title, with leaf in verse facing, old calf, 1632, folio (286) Leighton, £5 10S. 3406 Munday (Anthony). The Fishmongers' Pageant, 1616Chrysanaleia, The Golden Fishing, with Introduction by J. G. Nichols, coloured plates, morocco, tooled sides, g. e., For the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, 1844, imperial folio (545) Thorp, £3 12s. 3407 Ormerod (G.) History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, second edition, revised by T. Helsby, 3 vol., portraits, plates, etc., uncut, 1882, folio (442)
Ridler, £3 17s.
3408 Ovid de Arte Amandi, and the Remedy of Love Englished, as also the Lovers of Hero and Leander, a Mock Poem, together with Choice Poems, and a Rare Piece of Drollery, calf gilt, 1677, 8vo. (468) Dobell, £19s. 3409 Ovidii Opera, 3 vol., large clean copy, morocco extra, with Aldine anchor in gold on the sides, g.e., Venetiis, Aldi, 1533, 8vo. (178) Kennedy, £4 12s. 3410 Scott (Sir W.) The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland, 2 vol., LARGE PAPER, fine impressions of the 98 plates on India paper, open-letter proofs, half bound, uncut, 1814, folio (446) Ridler, £25s. 3411 Scott (Sir W.) Waverley Novels, 48 vol., plates, cloth, Edinburgh, 1830-4, 8vo. (256) Kennedy, £2 25. 3412 Sheridan (R. B.) The Critic, or Tragedy Rehearsed, a Dramatic Piece, first edition, 98 pp. (no half title), engraved title, morocco, g. e., 1781, 8vo. (382). Lillow, I 10S. 3413 Sheridan (R. B.) The Duenna, a Comic Opera, first edition (short copy), morocco, g.e., 1794, 8vo. (383) Lillow, £1 10s. 3414 Sheridan (R. B.) Pizarro, a Tragedy taken from the German Drama of Kotzebue, first edition, morocco, g. e., 1799, 8vo. (384) Shepherd, £4 2s. 6d. 3415 Sheridan (R. B.) The School for Scandal, a Comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre, Smoke-Alley, Dublin, morocco, g. e., Printed for the Booksellers, 1786, 8vo. (385) Lillow, £1 175. 3416 Sheridan (R. B.) The School for Scandal, as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, first London edition, morocco, g. e., A. Miller and Co., 1797, 8vo. (386)
Lillow, I IS. 3417 Sheridan (R. B.) The Duenna, or the Double Elopement, a Comic Opera, as it is acted at the Theatre, Smoke-Alley, Dublin, first edition, published 8 years before the authorised edition, morocco, g. e., For the Booksellers, 1786, 8vo. (387) Lillow, £2 2s. 3418 Taylor (Jeremy). Antiquitates Christianae, or the History of the Life and Death of the Holy Jesus, as also the Lives, Acts and Martyrdoms of his Apostles, by W. Cave, engraved title, portrait by Lombart and plates on the text, bound in old morocco, the back and sides inlaid with variegated leathers and elaborately tooled all over in gold to an elegant Harleian pattern, composed of scroll-work, flowers, stars and other devices, the edges gilt and gauffred
forming a running flower pattern, with the ex-libris of E. Tyrconnel, 1675, folio (285) Pickering, £51 [This beautiful specimen of binding is probably the work of Elliot and Chapman.-Catalogue.]
3419 Walton and Cotton. Complete Angler, with Life, by Hawkins, LARGE PAPER, portraits and plates, calf, Bagster, 1815, 8vo. (450) Tregaskis, £ 2s. 3420 Wyon (A.) The Great Seals of England, from the earliest period to the present time, plates, 1887, folio (443)
[APRIL 9TH, 10TH, 11TH AND 12TH, 1902.]
Young, £2 5s.
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE.
THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE LIEUT.-COL. EDWARD GEORGE HIBBERT, OF BRANDON, NORFOLK.
(No. of Lots, 914; amount realised, £12,097 12s. 6d.)
3421 A'Beckett (G. A.) Comic History of England and Rome, first edition (title to "Rome" re-issue), coloured plates and woodcuts by John Leech, 3 vol., calf extra, t. e. g., uncut, by F. Bedford, Punch Office, 1847, n. d., 8vo. (1)
Pickering, £6 10s. 3422 [A'Beckett (G. A.)] The Comic Latin Grammar, and the Comic English Grammar, numerous illustrations by John Leech, original editions, 2 vol., uniform morocco extra, g.e., by F. Bedford, C. Tilt and R. Bentley, 1840, 8vo. (2) Edwards, £4 10s.
3423 Addison (Joseph). Works, Baskerville's edition, LARGE PAPER (12 inches), portrait and plates by Hayman, fine proofs, 4 vol., morocco super extra (Harleian style), with arms of the Earl of Clare, Birmingham, J. Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson, 1761, 4to. (3) Edwards, 15 3424 Esop. Fables of Æsop and others, by Samuel Croxall, D.D., first edition, frontispiece and numerous woodcuts, sprinkled calf extra, y. e., by F. Bedford, Tonson and Watts, 1722, 8vo. (4) Bain, £4 8s. 3425 Æsop. Select Fables of Æsop and other Fabulists, in three books (by Dodsley), first edition, frontispiece, small plates in compartments, vignettes, etc., original half binding, uncut, Birmingham, J. Baskerville, 1761, 8vo. (5) B. F. Stevens, £3 5s. 3426 Æsop. Fables, with Life, embellished with 112 plates (by Blake and others), 2 vol., LARGE PAPER, J. Stockdale, 1793 -Gay (John). Fables, with Life of the Author, embellished with 70 plates (by Blake and others), 2 vol., LARGE PAPER, ib., 1793, together 4 vol., morocco extra, line tooled, t. e. g., other edges uncut, by F. Bedford, super imperial 8vo. (6) Quaritch, £27 10s.
3427 Ainsworth (W. H.) Rookwood, a Romance, fourth edition, with portrait and illustrations by G. Cruikshank, morocco extra, inside dentelles, t. e. g., fore and lower edges uncut, by F. Bedford, J. Macrone, 1836, 8vo. (7) Robson, £8 3428 Ainsworth (W. H.) Tower of London, first edition, illustrated by G. Cruikshank, with a signed pencil sketch for the plate "The Execution of Lord Dudley" by Cruikshank inserted, morocco extra, inside dentelles, t. e. g., fore and lower edges uncut, by F. Bedford, fine large copy, R. Bentley, 1840, 8vo. (8) Quaritch, £10 3429 Ainsworth (W. H.) Jack Sheppard, new edition, portrait and plates by G. Cruikshank, morocco extra, inside dentelles, t. e. g., fore and lower edges uncut, by F. Bedford, R. Bentley, 1840, 8vo. (9) Robson, £5 5s. 3430 Ainsworth (W. H.) Windsor Castle, new edition, illustrated by G. Cruikshank and Tony Johannot, with designs on wood by A. Delamotte, portrait and frontispiece, morocco extra, inside dentelles, t. e. g., fore and lower edges uncut, by F. Bedford, H. Colburn, 1843, royal 8vo. (10)
Sotheran, £6 55.
3431 Ainsworth (W. H.) Mervyn Clitheroe, first edition, with illustrations by H. K. Browne, morocco extra, inside dentelles, t. e. g., fore and lower edges uncut, by F. Bedford, Routledge, 1858, 8vo. (11) B. F. Stevens, £5 10s. 3432 Akerman (J. Yonge). Tales of other Days, first edition, with illustrations by G. Cruikshank, engraved by Thompson and Williams, calf extra, inside dentelles, g. e., by F. Bedford, E. Wilson, 1830, 8vo. (12) Edwards, 1 95. 3433 Album Amicorum. Habitus Mulierum Omnium Nationum Europe, engraved throughout on 72 leaves (including title), comprising full-length female figures, etc., with Latin and French verses, morocco extra, g. e., by Capé, Lovanii, J. B. Zangrinius, 1601, small oblong 4to. (15) Quaritch, £24 3434 Anacréon, Sapho, Bion et Moschus, traduction nouvelle en prose, suivie de la Veillée des Fêtes de Vénus par M. M*** C** (Moutonnet de Clairfond), first edition, frontispiece, 12 vignettes and 13 tailpieces after Eisen, morocco, plain, g. e., à Paphos, et à Paris, chez le Boucher, 1773, 8vo. (17) Sabin, £5 IOS. 3435 Anstey (Chr.) Poetical Works, with Life, by his son John Anstey, 2 portraits and plates by W. Bond, mottled calf extra, inside dentelles, t. e. g., uncut, by F. Bedford, Cadell and Davies, 1808, 4to. (18) Young, £2 6s. 3436 Apollonius Rhodius. Argonauticon lib. IIII., Græcè, cum annotationibus H. Stephani, etc., old morocco, g.e., ex-libris "S. Audoeni Rothomag." and signature of "Grularti" on title (Lut.), H. Stephanus, 1574, small 4to. (19)
Edwards, 1 18s. 3437 Apuleius. Les Metamorphoses, ou l'Asne d'Or, avec Commentaires (par J. de Montlyard), frontispiece and plates by Crispin de Pass and others, an extra plate inserted, old French morocco, g. e., A. A. Renouard's own copy, bound