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Robin Hood. A Collection of all the ancient poems, songs and ballads, now extant, relative to that celebrated English outlaw to which are prefixed historical anecdotes of his life by Joseph Ritson, London: John C. Nimmo, 1885. 4° (272 x 189mm.), etched portrait frontispiece of Ritson in 2 states (printed on Whatman and Japanese paper), 9 etchings in 2 states (printed on Whatman and Japanese paper), etched head- and tailpieces, all mounted (title spotted and lightly browned, some spotting), contemporary green half morocco, t.e.g. NO. 4 OF 100 LARGE PAPER COPIES.

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Robin Hood. A Collection of all the ancient poems, songs and ballads, now extant, relative to that celebrated English outlaw to which are prefixed historical anecdotes of his life by Joseph Ritson, London: John C. Nimmo, 1885. 4° (272 x 189mm.), etched portrait frontispiece of Ritson in 2 states (printed on Whatman and Japanese paper), 9 etchings in 2 states (printed on Whatman and Japanese paper), etched head- and tailpieces, all mounted (title spotted and lightly browned, some spotting), contemporary green half morocco, t.e.g. NO. 4 OF 100 LARGE PAPER COPIES.

DEKKER, Thomas (?1572-1632). The Gull's Hornbook: stultorum plena sunt omnia, Bristol: J. H. Gutch and London: R. Baldwin and R. Triphook, 1812. 4° (239 x 185mm.), title in red and black, large engraved historiated initials (occasional light spotting), contemporary purple morocco, triple gilt fillets on sides, spine ruled and lettered in gilt, gilt edges (covers partly sunfaded and spotted). Provenance: Frank Linsly James (bookplate).

With Hans Holbein's The Dance of Death (London, 1816, 33 plates, of which 31 are hand-coloured). (3)
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