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FLETCHER, F. Morley. Wood-block printing... London. Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd., [s.d., c.1926?] 12mo. xxiii, 131pp, [3]. With a 23 half-tone reproductions of various examples of printing, an original print designed and cut by the author printed on Japanese paper, and a final leaf of publisher's advertisements. Original publisher's cloth-backed green paper boards, lettered in black. A trifle rubbed and bumped. A near fine copy. More > £ 50.00 Antiquates Ref. 23750
[GOETHE], ARNIM, Bettina von. Goethe et Bettina correspondance inedite de Goethe et de Mme Bettina d'Arnim. Traduit de l'allemand par Seb. Albin. Paris. Au Comptoir des Imprimeurs Unis, 1843. First French editon. 8vo. Two volumes bound as one. [2], xvi, 348, [4], 364pp. Recent navy morocco backed mottled boards. Minor wear to extremities. Marbled endpapers, title-page laid-down due to tearing, loss to bottom corner of p.195-6, second half-title with repaired tear, some minor browning thought overall clean. More > £ 100.00 Antiquates Ref. 13989
GOODMAN, Walter. The Keeleys on the stage and at home. London. Richard Bentley and Son, 1895. First edition. 8vo. xiv, 357pp, [1]. With two portrait engravings from photographs, one as frontispiece and one plate, depicting Mary Anne Keeley and Fanny Stirling respectively, and a further 16 plates of black and white illustrations. Original publisher's green cloth with gilt device and lettering, decorated endpapers. Lightly rubbed, slight loss to foot of spine with spots of soiling in places. Bookplate of R.G.E. Sandback to FEP. Occasional ... More > £ 200.00 Antiquates Ref. 11772
GUICCIARDINI, Lodovico. [PINKERTON, John?]. Guicciardini's account of the ancient flemish school of painting. Translated from his description of the netherlands, published in italian at antwerp, 1567. With a preface, by the translator. London. Printed for I. Herbert, 1795. Second English edition. Quarto. xv, [1], 36pp. With half-title. Uncut in original paper-backed marbled paper wrappers, with evidence of being disbound from a larger volume, with some loss and stitching to spine. Some browning and spotting internally. More > £ 350.00 Antiquates Ref. 14794
HAY, D[avid], R[amsay]. The principles of beauty in colouring systematized. Edinburgh and London. William Blackwood and Sons, 1849. Second edition. Quarto. [8], 72, 8pp. With fourteen plates depicting chromatic wheels and a terminal publisher's advertisement catalogue. Original publisher's black cloth, stamped in gilt and blind. Lightly rubbed, chipping to head of spine. Contemporary inked ownership inscription to FEP, internally clean and crisp. More > £ 300.00 Antiquates Ref. 20408
HEYWOOD, B. A.. Report of the state of the liverpool institution, made to the meeting of the proprietors on the 14th march, 1820. Liverpool. Printed by G. F. Harris's Widow and Brothers, 1820. First edition. 8vo. v, [2], 8-24pp. Original publisher's drab paper wrappers. Substantial loss to spine, chipping to wrap edges, spotting. Title-page lightly foxed, else internally clean and crisp. Inscribed ‘Fasque’ to head of upper wrapper, from the recently dispersed Scottish Gladstone estates. More > £ 250.00 Antiquates Ref. 13682
H[ORNE], J[ohn]. The diversions of an autograph-hunter. London. Elliot Stock, 1894. First edition. 8vo. [6], 106pp. With a frontispiece facsimile of a note signed by Mark Twain, and one further plate of facsimile autographs. Original publisher's green cloth, lettered in gilt. Lightly rubbed. Endpapers browned, inked ownership inscription to recto of FFEP, else internally clean and crisp. More > £ 75.00 Antiquates Ref. 21812
[ITALIAN ART]. COCHIN, Charles-Nicolas. Voyage d'Italie, ou recueil de notes Sur les Ouvrages de Peinture & de Sculpture, qu'on voit dans les principales villes d'Itlaie. A Paris. Chez Ch. Ant. Jombert, 1758. 12mo. In three volumes. xvi, 230; [4], 197, [1]; [4], 288pp. Attractively bound in contemporary cats-paw calf, gilt, all edges red. Rubbed with slight surface loss. Marbled endpapers, index to rear blank endpapers of Vol. I., ink- stamps of the Ben Damph Forest Library - family seat of the Earls of Lovelace - to all FFEPs. More > £ 750.00 Antiquates Ref. 13524
JACKSON, John. A treatise on wood engraving: Historical and Practical. London. Henry G. Bohn, 1861. Second edition. Large 8vo. xvi, 664pp. With an engraved frontispiece and nearly 450 fine wood engravings in the text. Original publisher's blind-stamped brown cloth, lettered in gilt. Rubbed, corners bumped. Naively deleted inked ownership inscription to recto of FFEP, very occasional spotting. More > £ 100.00 Antiquates Ref. 22261