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enlarged by T. Johnson, engraved title and woodcuts, original calf, London, 1633, folio (601) Quaritch, £7 5s. 1440 Gower (Lord R. S.) Sir Thomas Lawrence, with Catalogue of the Artist's Works, by A. Graves, coloured frontispiece and numerous other plates (some tinted), sewed, uncut, Goupil and Co., 1900, 4to. (562) Maggs, £5 1441 Grimm (M. M.) German Popular Stories, translated from the Kinder und Haus Märchen, plates by G. Cruikshank, 2 vol., first editions, but not first issues, with the half titles, uncut, C. Baldwyn and J. Robins, 1823-6, 8vo. (524)

Sabin, £37 10S. 1442 Higgins (G.) The Celtic Druids, maps and plates, cloth, uncut, 1829, folio (586) W. Brown, £2 12s.

1443 Hunter (The), a Discourse of Horsemanship, 98 pages, calf, Oxford, 1685, 8vo. (sold Dec. 13), (498) Dobell, £3 12s. 6d. 1444 Jones (T.) History of the County of Brecknock, plates (some coloured), pedigrees, etc., 3 vol. in 2, boards, uncut, 1805-9, royal 4to. (284) G. H. Brown, £6 10s.

1445 Knapp and Baldwin. Newgate Calendar, plates, 6 vol., half calf neat, J. Robins, 8vo. (520) Sotheran, £4 6s. 1446 Maw (G.) Monograph of the Genus Crocus, 81 coloured plates and woodcuts, cloth, gilt top, 1886, 4to. (843) Wesley, £6 5s. 1447 Middleton (T.) Works, edited by Bullen, portraits, LARGE PAPER (120 so printed on laid paper), 8 vol., half morocco, gilt tops, 1885, 8vo. (270) Quaritch, £10 1448 Morland (G.) Sketches of Animals and Rustic Figures, etc., 33 plates, signed, and dated 1792-1807, sewed, oblong (254) Mason, £3 15s. 1449 Pope (A.) The Rape of the Lock, frontispiece and plates, first edition, in 5 cantos, 1714, 8vo. (272) Pickering, £50 [No cover, and apparently in the original sewed condition as issued. Colonel Grant's copy, in half calf, realised £5 7s. 6d. See BOOK-PRICES CURRENT, vol. xiv., No. 5055. The above was sold by Messrs. Hodgson on Dec. 12th.ED.]

1450 Propert (J. L.) A History of Miniature Art, with Notes on Collectors and Collections, illustrations, cloth, uncut, Macmillan and Co., 1887, 8vo. (563) Parsons, £17 5s. 1451 Revoil (H.) Architecture Romane du Midi de la France, numerous plates (a few coloured), 3 vol. (vol. I, 4 leaves wanting), half morocco, gilt top, Paris, 1873, royal folio (858) G. H. Brown, £5 1452 Rows Rol, by Courthorpe, coloured plates, heightened with gold, half roan, gilt top, a clean copy, Pickering, 1845, folio (584) Hamm, £2 6s. 1453 Shakespeare (W.) Works, Cambridge edition, edited by W. Aldis Wright, edition de luxe, 40 vol., printed on handmade paper and limited to 500 copies, cloth, uncut, 1893-5, 8vo. (497) Bumpus, £9 2s. 6d. 1454 Somers (Lord). Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts,

edited by Sir W. Scott, folding plates, 13 vol., half morocco, gilt tops, uncut, 1809-15, 8vo. (577) W. Brown, £9 10s. 1455 Stuart and Revett. Antiquities of Athens, with supplementary volume, plates, 5 vol., 1762-1816, 4to. (294) Batsford, £5 1456 Stevenson (R. L.) Virginibus Puerisque, and other Papers, first edition, original cloth, uncut, 1881, 8vo. (467)

Longhurst, £2 18s. 1457 Symonds (J. A.) Renaissance in Italy, Italian Literature, first edition, portrait, 2 vol., cloth, uncut, 1881, 8vo. (529) Maggs, £11 10S. 1458 Vidal (E. E.) Picturesque Illustrations of Buenos Ayres and Monte Video, 24 coloured plates, LARGE PAPER, cloth, gilt edges, Ackermann, 1820, royal 4to. (564) Sabin, £5 12s. 6d. 1459 Westwood (J. O.) Palæographia Sacra Pictoria, numerous facsimiles of illuminated manuscripts in gold and colours, half morocco, gilt edges, 1843-5, folio (585)

W. Brown, £3 125. 1460 World in Miniature, edited by Frederic Shoberl, viz. :— Turkey, 6 vol.—Africa, 4 vol.--Russia, 4 vol.-Persia, 3 vol.-China, 2 vol.-Spain and Portugal, 2 vol.-Austria, 2 vol.--Illyria and Dalmatia, 2 vol.-Japan, etc., numerous coloured plates, 37 vol. (2 vol. of text faulty), original boards, uncut, Ackermann, 1820, 8vo. (110) Spencer, £6 2s. 6d. 1461 Yarrell (W.) History of British Birds, with Supplement, illustrations, LARGEST PAPER, 4 vol., uncut, 1843-5, 8vo. (792) Brigg, £5 5s.




(No. of Lots, 610; amount realised, £1,287 5s.)

(a) A Gentleman's Library.

1462 Ackermann (R.) Westminster Abbey, its History, Antiquities and Monuments, 2 vol., with coloured engravings after Pugin, Mackenzie, etc., a nearly uncut copy, half bound, 1812, 4to. (81) E. Parsons, £3 3s.

1463 Aesop. Fables, with Life, Stockdale's edition, 2 vol., engravings by Blake, Stothard, Landseer, etc., calf, 1793, imperial 8vo. (82) Sotheran, £3 1464 Angas (G. F.) South Australia Illustrated, 60 large coloured plates, with letterpress, half morocco, g. e., M'Lean, 1847, folio (168) Thorp, £9 1465 Angelo. L'Ecole des Armes, avec l'explication des Attitudes

et Positions concernant l'Escrime, with 47 engraved plates, title and a few leaves of text damaged, but an uncut copy, Londres, 1763, oblong folio (169) W. Daniell, £2 12s. 1466 Archæologia Scotica. Sculptured Monuments in Iona and the West Highlands, by James Drummond, the numerous drawings reproduced by W. Griggs in photo-chromolithography, half bound, t. e. g., Edinburgh, 1881, 4to. (86) Batsford, £2 4s. 1467 Architectural Publication Society. Detached Essays and Illustrations, published during the first five years, 1848-52, numerous plates, 1853-Dictionary of Architecture, complete, 8 vol. in 5-Illustrations to the Dictionary of Architecture, vol. i., A-C, numerous finely-executed plates and woodcuts, 1853, etc., half morocco gilt, 4to. (87)

Batsford, £9 10s. 1468 Art of Ancient Egypt, a series of Photographic Plates representing Objects from the Exhibition of the Art of Ancient Egypt at the Burlington Fine Arts Club in 1895, Privately printed for the subscribers, 1895, 4to. (88) Baer, £1 16s. 1469 Babelon (E.) Description des Monnaies de la République Romaine, vulgairement appelées Monnaies Consulaires, 2 vol., illustrations, half morocco gilt, t. e. g., 1885-86, 8vo. (19) Quaritch, £1 12S.

1470 Boetius de Consolatione Philosophiæ. The Boke of Bacius, called the comforte of philosophye or wysedome, etc., translated out of Latin into the Englyshe tounge by George Colvile, black letter (with the Latin text in italics), first edition of this version, title and a few leaves written on, morocco, g. e., Imprynted in Paules' Churche Yarde at the syne of the Holy Ghost, by John Cawoode, 1556, 4to. (94) Maggs, £5 12s. 6d. 1471 Borlase (W. C.) The Dolmens of Ireland, their Distribution, Structural Characteristics and Affinities in other Countries, etc., 3 vol., with 4 maps and 800 illustrations, including two coloured plates, uncut, t. e. g., 1897, 8vo. (22) Ridler, £2 2s. 1472 British Theatre, with Biographical and Critical Remarks by Mrs. Inchbald, 25 vol., character portraits, half bound, 1808, 8vo. (24) G. H. Brown, £1 16s. 1473 Burlington Fine Arts Club. Catalogue of a Collection of European Enamels, from the earliest date to the end of the Seventeenth Century, plates, a few in gold and colours, 1897, imperial 4to. (174) Sotheran, £9 10S. 1474 Burlington Fine Arts Club. Exhibition of Bookbindings, edited by E. Gordon Duff, 113 plates of rare and beautiful bindings, uncut, 1891, super imperial 4to. (173)

Sotheran, 11 5s. 1475 Cohen (H.) Description Historique des Monnaies frappées sous l'Empire Romain: Médailles Impériales, 8 vol., illustrations, half morocco gilt, t. e. g., 1880-92, 8vo. (28)

1476 Chantre (Ernest).

Quaritch, £16 Recherches Anthropologiques dans le

Caucase, 4 vol., maps, portraits and plates, half morocco, t.e. g., 1885-87, 4to. (103) Quaritch, £5 1477 Cipriani (G. B.) Sketches and Drawings, portrait of Cipriani, and 50 reproductions, engraved by Richard Earlom, original impressions, J. and J. Boydell, 1789, folio (177) Bihn, £11 1478 Collection Spitzer (La). Antiquité, Moyen Age, Renaissance, numerous large plates, many illuminated in gold and colours, and numerous woodcuts, with Text, limited to 600 copies, in 6 large portfolios, 1890-92, folio (234)

Maggs, £28 10s. 1479 Delectable Demandes and Pleasant Questions, with their seuerall Answers, in matters of Loue, translated out of the French into English, printed in black and roman letter, some leaves stained, and one or two wormed in the margins, a few headlines shaved, old morocco, g. e., T. Creede, 1596, 4to. (106) Ridler, £5 5s. 1480 Dollman (F. F.) Examples of Antient Domestic Architecture, 2 vol., numerous plates, 1858-63, 4to. (108) Thorp, £1 135. 1481 Freeman (E. A.) History of the Norman Conquest of England, third edition, revised, 6 vol., maps, uncut, 1877-79, 8vo. (37) J. Bumpus, £9 10s. 1482 Gerarde (John). The Herball, or General Historie of Plantes, engraved title (mended), portrait and numerous woodcuts, wormed at end, portion of page missing, original calf, John Norton, 1597, folio (189) Quaritch, £8 15s. 1483 Griffiths (John). The Paintings in the Buddhist Caves, Temples of Ajantâ, Khandesh, India, 2 vol., pictorial subjects and decorative details, large plates, many in colours, Printed in facsimile by W. Griggs, 1896-97, folio (190) Quaritch, £7 1484 Havell (R.) Picturesque Views of Noblemen's and Gentlemen's Seats, large coloured plates, with Historical and Descriptive Accounts, half morocco gilt, t. e. g., two extra plates, coloured and mounted, inserted at end, 1835, folio (192) Thorp, £14 1485 Head (Barclay V.) Historia Numorum, a Manual of Greek Numismatics, illustrations, half bound, uncut, t. e. g., 1887, 8vo. (40) Maggs, £15s. 1486 Histoire des Peintres de toutes les Ecoles, par Ch. Blanc. Ecole Anglaise, Française (3 vol.), Florentine, Venitienne, Milanaise, Lombarde, etc., Espagnole, Bolonaise, Ombrienne et Romaine, Allemande, Flamande, Hollandaise (3 vol.), illustrations, together 14 vol., uncut, 1868-83, 4to. (127) G. H. Brown, £3 1487 James (Captain). The Military Costume of India, Manual and Platoon Exercises for the use of the Native Troops and the British Army in General, full-length coloured figures in the style of Rowlandson, margins of several leaves stained, unbound, uncut, 1814, imperial 4to. (194) Bihn, £4 145. 1488 Jones (Inigo). Sketch Book (1614), facsimile reproduction,

presentation copy from the Duke of Devonshire to the Hon. William Ponsonby, limp vellum, n. d., 8vo. (45)

£3 16s. 1489 Latham (Symon). Latham's Falconry, or the Faulcon's Lure and Cure, in two Books, the first, concerning the ordering and training up of all Hawkes in generall, especially the Haggard Faulcon Gentle; the second, of all Diseases in Them, woodcuts, Etruscan calf, with full-length figures of two falconers on the sides, T. Harper, 1633, 4to. (132) Hornstein, £7 1490 Latin Psalter in the University Library of Utrecht, photographed and reproduced in facsimile by the autotype process, half morocco, t. e. g., n. d., folio (198) Quaritch, £5, 5s. 1491 Leach (F.) The County Seats of Shropshire, numerous views and coats-of-arms, half morocco, m. e., Shrewsbury, 1891, 4to. (133) Ridler, £1 14s. 1492 Martial and Naval Achievements of Great Britain and her Allies, from 1799 to 1817, 2 vol., numerous coloured plates, title of first-named work damaged and mended, half morocco gilt, g. e., 1814, etc., 4to. (138) Thorp, £16 1493 Montesquieu. Le Temple de Gnide, nouvelle édition, engravings by N. le Mire from designs by Ch. Eisen, old tree calf gilt, g. e., 1772, small 4to. (52) Ridler, £4 1494 Racinet (A.) Le Costume Historique, 500 plates, 300 in colours, heightened with gold and silver, in 20 portfolios, with a volume containing text, titles, list of plates, etc., 1888, folio (213) Sotheran, £12 58. 1495 Ridinger (J. E.) Oeuvre de, a fine series of the engraved Works of this eminent Artist, comprising 381 plates of Sporting Subjects, Fights of Savage Beasts, the Hunting of Deer, Wild Boars, Foxes, Dogs, Bears, etc., also plates of Horses, Elephants, Lions, Camels, etc., all original impressions, mounted, in 4 large vol., half bound, Augsburg, 1738, etc., folio (219) Bihn, £25 1496 Roberts (D.) Military Instructions, coloured figures by R. K. Porter in the style of Rowlandson, half bound, 1798, 4to. (110) £13 5s. 1497 Skelton (Sir John). Charles I., full-page and other illustrations, uncut, 1898, 4to. (157) G. H. Brown, £1 195. 1498 Smith (Captaine John). The Generale Historie of Virginia, New England and the Summer Isles, with the Names of the Adventurers, Planters and Governours from their first beginning in 1584 to 1626, engraved title with portraits, with 2 out of the 4 maps, did not contain the portraits of the Duchess of Richmond and Matoaka, sold with all faults, 1626, folio (225) Quaritch, £19 10s. 1499 Smyth (C. Piazzi). Life and Work at the Great Pyramid, 3 vol., with illustrations on stone and wood, 1867, 8vo. (67) Young, £125. 1500 Spalding Club. Sculptured Stones of Scotland, edited by John Stuart, 2 vol., plates, half morocco gilt, Aberdeen, 1856-67, 4to. (159) Quaritch, £10

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