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extra, g.e., Absque ulla nota [Argent., the "R" printer, circa 1468-70], (2219) Leighton, £12 IOS. 4437 Vetusta Monumenta, vol. i.-vi., plates, including the Bayeux tapestry, in 3 vol.; vol. i.-iv., half bound, uncut; vol. v.-vi., morocco extra, g.e., by Hayday, 1747-1842, imperial folio (2230) Ridler, £6 10s. 4438 Vincent (Aug., Rouge-Croix). A Discours of Errours in the first edition of the Catalogue of Nobility published by Raphe Brooke Yorke Herald, 1619, with a Continuance of the Successions, etc. to 1622, LARGE PAPER, numerous coats-of-arms painted heraldically, dedication copy to King James I., old morocco, line tooled, with corner gilt ornaments and the King's arms in centre, g. e., in fair preservation, W. Jaggard, 1622, folio (2234) Sotheran, £5 15s. 4439 Vincentius Bellovacensis. Speculum Historiale, lit. goth., double columns, 52 lines, without marks, rubricated, first page of each vol. having illuminated ornamental initial, another initial with a decorated margin, and 27 other illuminated initials, blue and red painted capitals, contemporary MS. list of contents at end of each, vol., 3 vol., contemporary binding, oaken boards, leather, with stamped ornamental panellings, clasps, in fine condition [Monastery of St. Afre, Augsburg, by A. Sorg?], 1474, s. 1., folio (2235) Quaritch, £18 10s. 4440 Viret (Peter). De Origine, Continuatione, autoritate atque præstantia Ministerii Verbi Dei et Sacramentorum, et de Controveriis ea de re in Christiano Orbe, hoc præsertim seculo excitatis, etc., old calf, plain, Queen Elizabeth's copy, with the royal arms of England between the initials "E. R.," and the following quotation in large capitals stamped in gold on sides:
Syncerus et genuinus Verbi Dei
repaired [Paris], Oliva Rob. Stephani, 1554, folio (2236) Ridler, 15 10s. 4441 Virgilius. Opera, cura et studio S. A. Philippe, thick paper, plates by Cochin and ornamental vignettes, 3 vol., old French morocco, g. e. (Derome), Lut. Par., J. Barbou, 1754, small 8vo. (2247) Leighton, £5 5s. 4442 Voltaire. Théâtre, papier vélin, portrait and plates after Moreau, 9 vol.-et La Henriade, papier vélin, together 10 vol., French morocco, full gilt ornamental backs, broad and rich ornamental borders, arms in centres, doublure of blue watered silk with gilt ornaments, joints, g. e., by P. Purgold, Paris, Renouard et Nicolle, et Didot, 1809-14, 8vo. (2258) Maggs, £75s. 4443 [Voragine (Jacobus de) Legenda Aurea in Deutsch]. Passionel, het Winter Stuck. Dat men heet die Gulden legende-Hier beghit tsomer Stuc Vandē Passiōle in
duytsche getranslateert, lit. goth., xylographic woodcuts, cut in two or three different styles, and ornamental initials, the word “Passionel” in large red gothic letters, with cut beneath, second title in large black gothic, with cut beneath, some leaves stained, 2 vol. in 1, half morocco, Tot Antwerpen by mi Henrick Eckert Van Homberch, 1516, Jan. xxv. ende lesten dach in Meye, small folio (2259)
Quaritch, £24 10s. 4444 Waller (Edmund). Poems, etc. written by Mr. Ed. Waller,
of Bekonsfield, Esq., and printed by a copy of his own handwriting, first edition (the last of the three editions with the same date), morocco super extra, g. e., by Zaehnsdorf,
I. N. for Hu. Mosley, 1645, 12mo. (2265) Pickering, £15 55. 4445 Walton and Cotton. The Complete Angler, with Introductory
Essay and Nlustrative Notes, Major's fine edition, LARGE PAPER, India proof plates, morocco, gold (?) medallion portraits of Walton and Cotton in centres, and gold clasp, broad inside gilt borders, joints, g. e., in morocco slip case, J. Major, 1823-4, 8vo. (2274)
Pickering, £12 4446 Whitaker (Dr. T. D.). History of Richmondshire, Co. York,
numerous views by J. M.W.Turner, pedigrees, coats-of-arms and other illustrations, 2 vol., russia gilt, g. e., Longman, 1823, folio (2297)
Halewood, £8 25. 6d. 4447 White (Rev. Gilbert). Natural History and Antiquities of
Selborne, Co. Southampton, first edition, plates, the large view of Selborne backed with linen, calf gilt, m. e., T. Bensley for B. White, 1789, 4to. (2301)
Pickering, £9 12s. 6d. 4448 Wouvermans (Philip). Euvres, gravées d'après ses meilleurs
Tableaux qui sont dans les plus beaux Cabinets de Paris et ailleurs, portraits of Wouvermans and Moyreau, engraved title and 109 plates engraved by Moyreau and others, original impressions, a few mounted, and margins cut off, and wanted' plate 25 of the Moyreau series, old calf gilt, presented to Edwin Landseer by W. Wells (sold not subject to return), Paris, Moyreau, 1737, folio (2331)
E. Parsons, £7 55. 4449 Zonara (Jo.) In Canones SS. Apostolorum et Sacrorum
Conciliorum tam Ecumenicorum quam Provincialium
Everett, £7 ios. 4450 Conrad von Halberstadt. Concordantiae Bibliorum, lit. goth.,
printed in triple columns of 66 lines, without marks (Hain
Ridler, £15 ios.
PUTTICK & SIMPSON.
A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION.
(No. of Lots, 811; amount realised, £581 5s. 6d.)
4451 Art Journal (The), from 1849 to 1869, with the Supplementary vol. for 1851, together 22 vol., morocco super extra, g. e. (6 vol. calf gilt), 1849-69, 4to. (491) Pollard, £5 5s. 4452 Bancroft (H. H.) Works, 39 vol. (wanted vol. 6, 7, 8, 15, 16), cloth, 1883-1890, 8vo. (599) Sotheran, 18 10s. 4453 Boydell (J.) A Collection of Prints from Pictures painted for the purpose of illustrating the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, portraits of George III. and Queen Charlotte, original impressions of the plates, 2 vol., original half binding, 1803, atlas folio (773) Pollard, £28 4454 Boydell's Picturesque Scenery of Norway from Drawings by J. W. Edy, 2 vol., coloured plates, half bound, 1820, folio (235) C. Jackson, £3 12s. 6d. 4455 Brayley (E. W.) Illustrations of His Majesty's Palace at Brighton, executed by the command of George IV. by John Nash, with History by E. W. Brayley, coloured plates, half morocco, 1838, folio (234) Edwards, £3 3s. 4456 Challenger. Reports of the Scientific Results of the Voyage of the Challenger, 50 vol., cloth, v. y., 4to. (746)
Wesley, £46 4457 Couch (J.) History of the Fishes of the British Islands, 4 vol., first edition, coloured plates, half morocco, 1862-65, 8vo. (590) Briggs, £2 edition, coloured Shepherd, £2 11S.
4458 Dickens (C.) A Christmas Carol, first plates by Leech, 1843, 12mo. (177)
[The original issue in brown cloth and green end papers, "Stave 1."-ED.]
4459 Fielding (Henry). Amelia, 4 vol., first edition, calf, 1752, 8vo. (286) Maggs, £2 12s. 4460 Florist, Fruitist and Garden Miscellany (The), 33 vol., coloured plates, half calf gilt, 1850-82, 8vo. (655)
Gregory, £4 15s. 4461 Garden (The), an Illustrated Weekly Journal, complete from the commencement to vol. 38, in 25 vol., half bound and cloth, 1872-90, 4to. (747) Wesley, £7 4462 Hogarth (W.) Works from the Original Plates restored by Heath (with the 3 extra plates), half morocco gilt, Baldwin and Cradock, n. d., atlas folio (498) Roche, £3 10s. 4463 Law Journal Reports, Chancery and Bankruptcy, new series, vol. 1-70, part 9, 1832 to August, 1901-ditto, Common Law, 1836-1900, 65 vol.-ditto, Statutes, 1832-57, 1865-1900, 43 vol.-ditto, Magistrates' Cases, 1865-1900, 15 vol.ditto, Privy Council, Admiralty, Ecclesiastical, 15 vol., 1866-99-Analytical Index, 8 vol., 1831-70-Law Digest,