Anon, The Historian's Guide, or, Britain's Remembrancer [......





Anon, The Historian's Guide, or, Britain's Remembrancer [...], London: Printed for W. Crook, at the Green-Dragon without Temple Bar, 1690, black-ruled, lacking portrait frontispiece, A3 fore-margin trimmed, [vi], 190, [2] (publisher's advert), 191-213, [21] (index and further advert), contemporary sheep, worn with losses, spine exposed but holding, speckled edges, 12mo in 6s, [Wing H2094D], idem., Ancient Historic Ballads. Newcastle: Printed and Sold by D. Akenhead and Sons; et al., 1807, title-page wood-engraved vignette attributed to Bewick, split, original publisher's boards, perished and exposed spine, split and just holding, uncut, 8vo in 4s, [Wilkes (John)], et al.,  The North Briton, three-volume set, Dublin: s.n., 1764-65, contemporary speckled calf, worn with some losses, split, 12mo, Poole's London Annual Respository, and Ladies Useful Companion for 1833, uninscribed, original crimson roan 'purse' binding, all edges gilt, 8vo, [&] an Arts and Crafts binding, dated 1920only the first two leaves inscribed, contemporary grey morocco gilt, slightly sunned, upper joints with slight insect damage, square 16mo (9.5 x 8.2cm), (7) 
Provenance: 2nd: William St Clair FBA (1937-2021), recto pastedown with his MS ownership inscription. 3rd: John Smith, contemporaneous armorial bookplates to each pastedown.

Auction Date: 6th Feb 2024 at 10am

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