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Lyon: Tornaesium & Gazeium, 1551. 289, pp. index. Printer's device on title page, 16mo, old calf with gilt-decorated spines, marbled endpapers (leather rubbed; worn at spine ends but still very nice and internally crisp). [Lyon]: Tornaesium & Gazeium, 1551. Very good. Very early edition of classical poetry in Latin.
London: Clowes, 1884. 168 fine copperplates by the best Italian artists, illustrating 465 objects from every branch of art and archaeology, one folding. With descriptions, revised and amplified by E. Neville Rolfe. 31pp. of text, 4to, gilt-lettered cloth; scattered light foxing, dampstain to lower corner of page, corners bumped. London: William Clowes and Sons, 1884. A very good copy.
Paris: Le Breton, 1738. Bound with: Mohomet Second by M. de la Noue, 1739; Bajazet Premier, Tragedie by M. Chevalier de P***, 1739; Les Fri-Macons. Hyperdrame. Londres, 1740; La Jalousie Imprevue, Comedie en un Acte et en Prose, 1740; Coligni, ou La St. Barthelemi, Tragedie. Amsterdam, 1740; Thelamire. Tragedie, Paris, 1739. Together 7 18th century plays bound together in 1 volume. 8vo, early full polished calf, ornately gilt spine, lightly rubbed. With the table of contents in an early hand.....