Edinburgh, Scotland: William Paterson, 1888. Reprint. Hardcover.~ Good Condition (wear and soiling to boards, hinges loose, interior very good).~ Brown stamped boards with blue and gilt decoration, many emblem illustrations throughout, 255 pages. A good reference copy.
Halifax: Milner and Sowerby, 1857. 319 pages. Emblematic illustrations throughout. Original red cloth with embossed decoration and gilt motif on front and very decorative lettering/motifs on spine, staining on the front cover, spine bright. Hard Cover. Good +. 8.5 x 13 cm. Book.
Chiswick: C. & C. Wittingham. Good. 1825. Hardcover. 319 pages, illustrated, 5 1/2" x 3 1/2," tan printed boards. The covers are rubbed and soiled with a chipped and cracked spine. The front hinge is loosening. a few stray pencil notes to the contetns, otherwise bright and comple...
William Patterson N.d. c.. . New Ed. 255pp. 81 plates including port. frontis. Very light browning, ownership inscription, paper split to upper joint, gilt lettered dec. cloth, spine sl. bumped. Library of Thoughtful Books. US$40
William Paterson. Hardcover. Bound in a taupe cloth with gilt and blue blind detailing. There is moderate rubbing over the extremities of the exterior, otherwise good and clean. Inside, the front hinge is cracked and nearly detaching, good solid text block with lightly yellowed pages. . Good. 18...
MILNER AND SOWERBY, HALIFAX, 1861. Hardcover. Used; Good. Published by MILNER AND SOWERBY, HALIFAX in 1861, 319 pages, hardback (no Dust Jacket), very small size (32mo), original publishers red cloth, gilt and blind front, blind back, gilt spine, A.E.G. Spine darkened, slight wear at head. smal...
London: Printed at the Chiswick Press by C. Whittingham. Very Good. 1818. Hard Cover. 319,  pages. Illustrated throughout. Occasional stains. Bound in old half leather with vellum tips to the boards. Spine worn and chipped. Split along the edges but holding firmly. .
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