DIBDIN, Charles. Observations on a Tour through almost the whole of England, and a considerable Part of Scotland, London: G. Goulding & John Walker [n.d., circa 1801], 2 volumes, 4° (286 x 227mm.), FIRST EDITION, 60 aquatint plates, 1 folding table and 1 folding plan (closed tear to 3G, some browning and spotting to last few leaves of vol. II, otherwise a good copy with wide margins), contemporary half calf and marbled boards (backstrip of vol. II split along front joints and lower rear joints, part of spine labels of vol. I torn away, corners bumped), marbled edges. [Upcott, p. xxxviii] With the second edition of Inigio Jones's The most notable Antiquity of Great Britain vulgarly called Stone-Heng (London, 1725, lacking one plate). (3)

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DIBDIN, Charles. Observations on a Tour through almost the whole of England, and a considerable Part of Scotland, London: G. Goulding & John Walker [n.d., circa 1801], 2 volumes, 4° (286 x 227mm.), FIRST EDITION, 60 aquatint plates, 1 folding table and 1 folding plan (closed tear to 3G, some browning and spotting to last few leaves of vol. II, otherwise a good copy with wide margins), contemporary half calf and marbled boards (backstrip of vol. II split along front joints and lower rear joints, part of spine labels of vol. I torn away, corners bumped), marbled edges. [Upcott, p. xxxviii] With the second edition of Inigio Jones's The most notable Antiquity of Great Britain vulgarly called Stone-Heng (London, 1725, lacking one plate). (3)
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