Essai Sur le Beau Par le Père André J… Avec Un Discours Preliminaire, Ex des Refléctions sur le Gôut. Par M. Formey.
Amsterdam, C.H. Schneider, 1767
8vo. (18 x 11.5 cm), 4 unnumbered pages + lxxx + 106 pages. Readable throughout, but the pages heavily browned, with some spotting. Bound in brown leather, a black leather label on the spine. The binding rubbed and worn, with loss of leather on the corners and at the top and bottom of the spine. The boards firmly attached, nut the leather cracked along part of the hinges.
Pattavi, Typis Seminarii, 1833. 8vo. (20.5 x 13 cm), 64 pages. Beautifully printed on paper of marvelous quality that looks as white and fresh as when new, apart from one ink mark at the bottom of the printed dedication. Bound with light green paper over the boards, treated to look like watered silk: the binding very sound but with a number of marks, all edges gilt. Inscribed by the author on the back of the front endpaper. Read more about Medical Doctoral Thesis Ulrich, Wenceslaus E. Dissertatio Inaugaralis Medica de Apoplexia…
London, Trubner and Co., for the Philological and Early English Text Societies, 1883
A photo-Lithographed reproduction of the Eighth-Century Manuscript with a translation, introduction and notes by Henry Sweet.
Folio (42.5x 34 cm), xiv + 29 pages + 29 pages facsimile of the eight Century manuscript, errata slip inserted.
Slight foxing and marking, but a clean copy. In the original boards, marked and worn. A little weak at the hinges, but a good solid copy. Read more about The Epinal Glossary, Latin and Old-English. Eighth Century (facsimile)
London, British Museum, 1889.
4to. (29x23cm), (8)+ 230 pages (numbered in columns). A good clean copy internally, the title page slightly foxed, Two library bookplates inside the front cover, a ‘Withdrawn’ stamp on the front end paper and a small rubber stamp on the back of the title page. The front end paper split on the hinge, but the board firmly attached. Bound in purple cloth, the spine faded and a piece of cloth missing from the head of the spine. The title etc. in gilt on the spine and a library label at the base of the spine. Read more about Catalogue of the Hindustani Printed Books in the Library of the British Museum.