1 - 2 September 2009
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[BOOKS-ENGLISH HISTORY AND LITERATURE].
Approximately 92 leather and clothbound volumes, including: LAMB, Charles. Works. London, 1886. 6 volumes, 8/so. --WALPOLE, Spencer. History of Twenty-Five Years. London, 1904-1908. 4 volumes, 8/so. --WALPOLE. History of England. London, 1878-1886. 4 volumes, 8/so. --POLLARD, Alfred Frederick. Henry VIII London, 1902. 4/so. Limited edition, number 673 of 1050 copies. --SKELTON, John. Charles I. London, 1898. 4/so. --LANG, Andrew. Prince Charles Edward. London, 1900. 4/so. Limited edition, number 344 of 1500. --GOLDSMITH, Oliver. Works. London, 1854. 4 volumes, 8/so. (92)
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