Ben Jonson's Catiline His Conspiracy: A Tragedy from the Second Folio of Jonson's Complete Works published by Richard Bishop in London in 1640. Single play disbound from larger volume and rebound in paper wraps. Conforms to known printing errors between the First and Second Folio. Wraps show some rubbing/bumping along edges and some creasing to corners, with a small split to the back bottom hinge at tail of spine. Pages rippling bit. One page shows a clean, one inch tear at bottom, another shows a small spot, and a third a small inkstain in bottom margin, otherwise pages are clean with toning to edges and very occasional foxing. Binding is sound. Not ex-library.Read More
Three volume set of The Trommius--Abraham Trommius's Volkomene nederlandsche concordanti oft woord-register des ouden en nieuwen testaments, printed in 1672, 1685, and 1691, respectively.
For all volumes: Boards are warping with rubbing/bumping to edges and corners and a good bit of soiling/smudging to vellum. Pages lightly rippled but unmarked. Bindings are sound.Read More
Emanuel van der Hoeven's Leeven en dood der doorlugtige heeren gebroeders Cornelis de Witt, Ruwaard van den Lande van Putten, enz. enz. en Johan de Witt, Raad Pensionaris van Holland en Westvriesland, enz. enz., printed by Jan ten Hoorn in Amsterdam in 1705. Boards are warping with rubbing/bumping to edges and corners, along with a good bit of soiling and smudging to vellum. Faded writing in a very old hand on front. Spine is chipped and punctured at head. Endpapers toned with some pencil writing and previous owner's name in pen at top of front free endpaper. Rear pastedown is starting to tear in a couple spots. Pages are toned and lightly foxed, with dampstaining to the top 1/4-1/2 and light rippling. Foldout engraving is cleanly torn about half way in from edge. Binding is sound and pages are unmarked.Read More