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PAPER, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, by Zaehnsdorf, 1890, 4to. (433)

Sabin, 18 6691 Paschalius (C.) Coronæ Opus quod nunc primum in lucem

editum distinctum ex-libris, etc., ruled in red, old morocco, g. e., silk ties, from Prince Borghese's Library, Paris, 1610, 4to. (434)

Young, 24 55. 6692 Pepys (S.) Diary and Correspondence, with Life and Notes

by Lord Braybrooke, portraits, 4 vol., 1854-Evelyn (J.) Diary and Correspondence, edited by W. Bray, portraits, 4 vol., 1857, together 8 vol., calf extra, m. e., 8vo. (326)

J. Bumpus, £2 1os. 6693 Petrarca. Tavole di tutte le Rime de' Sonetti e Canzoni del

Petrarca, vellum, with the arms of J. A. de Thou on sides and his autograph on title, exhibited at the Burlington Fine Arts Club Exhibition of Bookbindings, Venetia, 1586, 8vo. (327)

Leighton, £2 145. 6694 Rawlinson (G.) History of Herodotus, maps and illustrations,

4 vol., calf extra, m. e., 1858, 8vo. (335) Quaritch, £2 6s. 6695 Rocque (J.) A Plan of the Cities of London and the Borough

of Southwark, with the Contiguous Buildings, engraved by John Pine and Tinney, 24 sheets and index, half calf, 1746, folio (278)

Edwards, £4 8s. 6696 (Rodon (D. de).] Funeral (The) of the Mass, or the Mass

Dead and buried without hope of Resurrection, translated out of French, old English morocco, sides gilt, "cottage roof” pattern, g. e., headlines shaved, 1680, 8vo. (337)

Pickering, £,2 145. 6697 Rossetti (D.G.) The Early Italian Poets, from Ciullo d'Alcamo

to Dante Alighieri, together with Dante's Vita Nuova,

original cloth, uncut, 1861, 8vo. (346) Edwards, £,2 125. 6698 Rossetti (D. G.) Poems, first edition, LARGE PAPER (only 25

copies printed for private circulation), morocco, g.e, with the design for the binding of the ordinary issue on the sides, F. S. Ellis, 1870, 8vo. (347)

Bell, £10 155. 6699 Rossetti (D. G.) Poems, first edition, original cloth, uncut,

with author's autograph inscription, F. S. Ellis, 1870, 8vo. (348)

Sabin, £7 175. 6d. 6700 Rossetti (D. G.) Ballads and Sonnets, first edition, original

cloth, uncut, with author's autograph inscription, F. S. Ellis, 1881, 8vo. (349)

Sabin, £10 5s. 6701 Rossetti (D. G.) Poems, original cloth, uncut, 1881, 8vo. (350)

Sabin, £10 5s. (Presentation copy, with inscription, “To Harry V. Tebbs,

from his friend D. G. Rossetti, 1881."Catalogue.) 6702 Ruskin (J.) Modern Painters, numerous engravings and

woodcuts after J. M. W. Turner, the author, etc., 5 vol., morocco extra, g. e., vol. i. fifth edition, vol. ii. fourth edition, vol. iii., iv. and v. first editions, 1851-60, imperial 8vo. (351)

Lewine, £23 1os. 6703 Ruskin (5.) The Stones of Venice, numerous plates and

woodcuts drawn by the author, 3 vol., first edition, morocco, g. e., 1851-3, imperial 8vo. (352)

Lewine, £13 ios.

6704 Ruskin (J.) Seven Lamps of Architecture, illustrations

drawn by the author, second edition, morocco extra, g. e., 1855, 8vo. (353)

Quaritch, £2 145. 6705 Ruskin (J.) Pre-Raphaelitism, 1851-Notes on the Con.

struction of Sheep-folds, 1851-Notes on the Turner Gallery, 1856-Notes on the Principal Pictures Exhibited at the Royal Academy, 5 parts, 1855-9–Catalogue of Examples, 1870—Notes on his Drawings by the late J. M.W. Turner, 1878—Notes on Samuel Prout and William Hunt, 1879-80, and others, in 3 vol., morocco extra, g. e., 1851-80, 8vo. (354)

Maggs, £3 7s.6d. 6706 Sabadino (M.) Porretano, done si narva nouelle settanta una,

con morallisimi documenti e dichiaratione de l'Anima, old morocco, delicately gilt borders, and centre panels on sides, full gilt back, doublé, g. e., by Roger Payne, Venet., par M. Sessa, 1531, 8vo. (365)

Ellis, £15 6707 Scott (W. B.) Poems, Ballads, Studies from Nature, Son

nets, etc., etchings by the author and L. Alma Tadema, original cloth, uncut, in leather case, presentation copy, with inscription from the author, “In Memoriam, D. G. R.," 1875, 8vo. (367)

Pickering, £3 5s. 6708 Shakespeare (W.) Works (pictorial edition), edited by

Charles Knight, numerous illustrations, 8 vol., half morocco gilt, m. e., contents lettered, Knight, n. d., 8vo. (369)

Maggs, £2 125. 6709 Shelley (P. B.) Queen Mab, a Philosophical Poem, with

Notes, first edition, morocco extra, g. e., by R. Rivière, with an autograph letter from W. M. Rossetti concerning the vol. inserted, Printed by P. B. Shelley, 1813 (370)

Sabin, £30 jos. [This copy had the rare title page, and the last leaf with Shelley's imprint intact. It was exhibited at the Burlington

Fine Arts Club Exhibition of Bookbindings.- Catalogue.] 6710 Shaw (H.) The Encyclopædia of Ornament, 59 plates,

morocco extra, g. e., enclosed in leather case, Pickering, 1842, 4to. (452)

Holmes, £4 6711 Skelton (Sir J.) Mary Stuart, plates and vignettes, Japanese

paper, with two series of plates, 200 copies printed, sewn, in case, as published, Boussod, Valadon, 1893, 4to. (453)

Edwards, £10 5s. 6712 Skelton (Sir J.) Charles I., plates and vignettes, Japanese

paper. with two series of plates, 200 copies printed, sewn, in case, as published, Goupil, 1898, 4to. (454)

Maggs, £2 16s. 6713 Sophoclis Tragoediae septem cum Commentariis, editio

princeps, second issue, morocco extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, exhibited at the Burlington Fine Arts Club Exhibition of Bookbindings, Venet. in Aldi Romani Academia, 1502, 8vo. (378)

Maggs, £ 5 155. 6714 Stebbing (E.) The Holy Carpet of the Mosque at Ardebil,

8 plates, coloured by hand, half morocco, uncut, 50 copies privately printed, 1893, folio (504)

Maggs, £5 6715 [Sterne (L.)] A Sentimental Journey through France and

Italy, by Mr. Yorick, first edition, 2 vol. in i, old calf, 1768, 8vo. (382)

Pickering, Ł2 125 6716 Swinburne (A. C.) The Queen Mother and Rosamond, morocco extra, g. t., Moxon, 1860, 8vo. (387)

Walford, £ 1 ios. 6717 Swinburne (A. C.) Chastelard, a Tragedy, first edition,

morocco extra, g. t., Moxon, 1865, 8vo. (388) Shepherd, ki 6718 Swinburne (A. C.) Atalanta in Calydon, a Tragedy, first

edition, original cloth, uncut, very clean, 1865, small 4to. (389)

Sabin, £4 175. 6d. 6719 Swinburne (A. C.) Atalanta in Calydon, a Tragedy, first

edition, morocco extra, with the design from the cloth binding on the sides, g. e., by Rivière, Moxon, 1865, small 4to. (390)

Walford, £3 175. 6d. 6720 Swinburne (A. C.) Poems and Ballads (first series), first edition, morocco extra, g. t., Moxon, 1866, 8vo. (391)

Maggs, £3 ios 6721 Swinburne (A. C.) Specimens of Modern Poets, The Hep

talogia, or Seven against Sense, original cloth, uncut, 1880, 8vo. (392)

Pickering, Ęi 145. 6722 Tennyson (A.) Songs from Idylls of the King, illuminated,

on 11 leaves of vellum (of which 3 are in duplicate), elaborate borders heightened in gold, enclosing figures, flowers, initials, in imitation of early manuscripts, a double set of the 8 leaves plain, also on vellum, morocco extra, sides inlaid with green, purple and red, joints, vellum fly-leaves, g. e., enclosed in a red morocco box, 1864, folio (506)

Holmes, 420 6723 Tennyson (A.) Poems, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, Moxon, 1833, 8vo. (397)

Tinkler, £24 los. (Presentation copy, with inscription, “Eliot Warburton, Trin. Coll., Cambridge, 1832”; also a portion of a Letter

from Tennyson bearing his signature inserted.- Catalogue.) 6724 Tennyson (A.). Idylls of the King, photographic illustra

tions, first edition, morocco extra, inlaid sides, g. e., by Tuckett, exhibited at the Burlington Exhibition of Bookbindings, Moxon, 1859, 8vo. (400)

Holmes, £3 6725 Tennyson (A.) Idylls of the King, first edition, 1859—Maud

and other Poems, 1859—Poems, 1860—In Memoriam, 1860

- The Princess, a Medley, 1860—Enoch Arden, first edition, 1864, together 6 vol., morocco extra, g. e., by. Holloway, with an autograph note from the author inserted, 8vo. (401)

Lewine, £3 6726 Tennyson (A.). The Lover's Tale, interleaved throughout

with the original readings in manuscript, morocco extra, g. t., uncut, 1879, 8vo. (403)

Maggs, £375. 6d. 6727 Testament. The New Testament in English after the Greeke

Translation, annexed with the translation of Erasmus in Latin, etc., double columns (English in black letter, Latin in Roman type), old calf, with initials T. H. on sides, wanted all before + 11, headlines cut into, stained, with all faults, 1550, 8vo. (405)

Leighton, £i 195. 6728 [Thackeray (William).] An Essay on the Genius of George

Cruikshank, with numerous illustrations from his works, inlaid, and extended to 2 vol. by the addition of about 220 etchings from his most popular works, comprising portrait and plates from the Life of Napoleon, Caulfield's Remarkable Characters, Scraps and Sketches, Illustrations of Time, Caricatures, The Humourist, The Holidays, The Wife, or Women as they Are, Jack Sheppard, Oliver Twist, Sketches by Boz, Guy Fawkes, etc., all mounted, morocco extra, joints, g. e., 1840, 4to. (175)

Sotheran, £8 ios. 6729 Tristan. Le Premier Livre du Nouveau Tristan, Prince de

Leonnois, Chevalier de la Table Ronde, et d'Ysevlte, Princesse d’Yrland, Royne de Cornouaille, fait Françoys par lan Maugin, dit l'Angevin, morocco extra, g. e., ChambolleDuru, folio (507)

Young, £7 ios. [With twenty-one coats of arms of the Knights executed

in colours on the margins.--Catalogue.] 6730 Virgilius. Opera ed Heinsius, engraved title and map, morocco extra, g. e., in case, ex off. Elzeviriana, 1636, 8vo. (415)

Maggs, £2 6s. 6731 Walpole (Horace). Letters, edited by Peter Cunningham, portraits, 9 vol., calf extra, m. e., Bentley, 1857-9, 8vo. (417)

Quaritch, £6 6s. 6732 Wordsworth (W.) and S. T. Coleridge. Lyrical Ballads, with

a few other Poems, first edition, old morocco, g. e., London, printed for J. and J. Arch, 1798, 8vo. (422)

Pickering, £2 8s. 6733 Wordsworth (W.) Peter Bell, a Tale in Verse, frontispiece, first edition, morocco extra, g. e., Longman, 1819, 8vo. (426)

Pickering, £2 125. 6734 Yule (Colonel Henry). The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the

Venetian, concerning the Kingdoms and Marvels of the East, newly translated and edited, with Notes, maps and illustrations, second edition, 2 vol., original cloth, uncut, 1874-5, 8vo. (431)

Roche, 46 55. 6735 Zaehnsdorf (J. W.) The Art of Bookbinding, plates and

woodcuts, LARGE PAPER, 50 copies printed, roxburghe, g. t., 1880, 8vo. (432)

Maggs, £i 18s.

[JULY 17TH, 1900.]

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE. THE COLLECTIONS OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS, ETC. AND HORNBOOKS BELONGING TO THE LATE MR. ANDREW W. TUER.

(No. of Lots, 216; amount realised, £602 vis.)

[NOTE.— The late Mr. Tuer's extensive collection of Children's Books, belonging principally to the last century and the first twenty-five years of this, was principally made up into parcels comprising, in some instances, as many as twenty-five separate publications. Very few works were sold singly, but those so disposed of are reported below. The series of Horn-Books consisted of 45 examples-about one-third of the total number known-most of which are described in Tuer's “History of the Horn-Book.” These Horn-Books realised £269 55.—ED.]

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6736 A BC. Einen Nieuwen ABC inhoudende vele schoone

sententien, etc., printed in script type with calligraphic initials, Antw., J. Mesens, 1645, oblong 8vo. (111)

Tregaskis, Iis. 6737 Anstey (Chr.) The New Bath Guide, plates designed by

J. Eginton, Birmingham, mottled calf extra, t. e. g., uncut,

by Rivière, Bath, J. Browne, 1807, 8vo. (113) Sabin, 135. 6738 Ballad Society. The Roxburghe Ballads, edited by J. W.

Ebsworth, 27 parts, complete-Ballads from MSS., 4 parts, and 3 others, 1869-99, 8vo. (10)

Sotheran, £5 6739 Bloomfield (Robert). Wild Flowers and The Banks of

Wye, first editions, 2 vol. in 1, morocco extra, by Rivière, g.e., with a painting of an old church in a landscape on the fore-edge, Vernor and Hood, 1809-11, 8vo. (114)

Parsons, £2 6s. 6740 Bury (T. T.). Coloured Views on the Liverpool and Man

chester Railway, 15 large plates, with the original wrappers, half morocco, Ackermann, 1831-2, imperial 4to. (185)

Pickering, £4 125. 6d. 6741 Dances. Etrennés à Terpsichore, dediées aux Dames, ou Recueil de Contre-Danses Anglaises et Walzes, co

composées par Marque, arrangées pour le Piano par Cornu, 6 coloured costume plates of dancing positions, picture boards, Paris, Gide, 1821, oblong 4to. (202)

Bain, £5 6742 Early Impressions, or Moral and Instructive Entertainment

for Children in Prose and Verse, with 12 designs by Dighton (lithographs), presentation copy to Mr. Hamilton from the

author, morocco, uncut, Hatchards, 1828, 8vo. (98) Bain, 5s. 6743 Elegant Girl (The), or Virtuous Principles the True Source of

Elegant Manners, and a Poem called “The Mother," 12 large coloured plates by Allais, new calf extra, published for the proprietor by S. Înman (1813), oblong 4to. (186)

Edwards, £6 155. 6744 Felissa, or the Life and Opinions of a Kitten of Sentiment, 12 coloured plates, morocco, J. Harris, 1811, 8vo. (93)

Dobell, 13s. 6745 Gedde (Walter). A Book of Sundry Draughts, principally

serving for Glaziers, and not impertinent for Plasterers and Gardiners, etc., whereunto is annexed the manner how to Anniel in Glas, etc., original edition, woodcut title and 112 designs, limp vellum, Printed in Shoolane at the signe of the Fauicon by W. Dight, 1615-16 (203) Pickering, £13 155.

[This was the Ashburnham copy, which sold for £14. (See BOOK-PRICES CURRENT, vol. xii., No. 43.)—ED.]

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