Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press, 1929. 8 volumes in the original bindings -- linen backed aqua boards, spines are sun-darkened and somewhat stained and covers are partially dis-colored by the sun. Numerous hand colored illustrations, original untrimmed edges and paper spine labels (new clean spine labels are tipped into each volume). Pages are crisp and clean. Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1929. Limited Edition. A very good set, internally fine. Number 264 of 375 copies (of which 350 were for sale.....
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Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1798. To which are added an Essay on His Language and Versification, and an Introductory Discourse, Together with Notes and a Glossary, By Thomas Tyrwhitt. Frontis. 2 vols. thick 4to, half 19th century olive green leather over marbled boards (lightly rubbed); marbled end-papers and edges. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1798. Second Edition. Lowndes I, p. 427.
New York: Rudge, 1929. Illustrated with [facsimile] Copperplates, and Adorned with a Portrait of the Author. 38pp. Thin, small folio, patterned boards; broken cardboard slipcase. (New York: Rudge, 1929). A very good(+) copy in a poor slipcase. One of 400 numbered copies, printed by William Edwin Rudge, a facsimile reprint of the first edition of 1787, with two additional illustrations by Gordon Ross.
Dublin: M'Culloh, 1754. vii + 144 pages, + 36 page table. Pages evenly browned. Small 8vo, original calf boards, crudely rebacked in cloth, small rectangle cut out of what was an inked signature on the title page. Another inked signature remains at top of title page. Dublin: Printed by Alex. M'Culloh, For Sarah Cotter, 1754. Worn but good. The first Dublin edition of the most famous of all of Gilbert's works on the land law, shows that feudal tenures is.....
Cleveland: World, 1960. 484pp., over 500 illustrations including color and gravure plates. Thick short 4to, gilt lettered red cloth, d.w. Cleveland: The World Publishing, (1960). First edition. A fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. Contains terms used in paper-making, printing, bookbinding and publishing. With notes on illuminated manuscripts, bibliophiles, private presses and printing societies.