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Middlebury: Samuel Swift, 1811. 256 pages. 12mo, full contemporary calf with red leather label; leather well worn at edges and spine, ex-library with book plate inside front cover, some notations in ink and pencil on flyleaf, pages foxed and toned. Middlebury: Samuel Swift, 1811. Second American edition. A very good(-) copy. Early American imprint.
Cambridge: University Press, 1967. VOLUME I ONLY. Planned by J.B. Bury. 14 Maps. 754pp. Thick 8vo, green cloth; ex-library copy, with quite a few library stamps. Cambridge: University Press, 1967. Internally clean and unmarked, a very good copy with evenly sunned spine. The Christian Roman Empire and the Foundation of the Teutonic Kingdoms.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1911. Illustrated with fine reproductions of paintings by Arthur Garratt and from portraits in Christ Church Hall. 26 color plates, mounted within thick gilt borders, protected with lettered tissue. 182pp. Thick 4to, handsomely bound in publisher's full brown morocco; five color armorial device centrally stamped on both covers and surrounded by triple gilt filet; gilt floral patterns on spine panels. London, New York & Toronto: Hodder and Stoughton, 1911. A fine copy. Limited edition. Number 8.....
Israel: Steimatzky's, 1969. Endpapers illustrated with a detail of a map of the Holy Land from a seventeenth century copper engraving; profusely illustrated in black and white with several additional full-bleed color plates. 223 pages, large 8vo, brown cloth with decorative gilt stamping, dust wrapper. Israel: Steimatzky's Agency Limited, in association with Weidenfeld and Nicholson, London. (1969). A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
London: Longmans, 1865. Began by Mrs. Jameson, continued and completed by Lady Eastlake. 2 volumes, close to 300 black and white illustrations, handsome full crushed red morocco leather with gilt stamped medallions, bound by Riviere, marbled endpapers, gilt stamped inner dentelles, all edges gilt, and raised spine bands (gilding to spine a bit dim but still perfectly legible). London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1865. Second edition. Near fine copies. Previous owner's bookplate in first volume.