DIBDIN, Thomas Frognal (1776-1847). Works in 16 volumes, comprising: Bibliotheca Spenceriana [including Aedes Althorpianae and Cassano]. London: For the Author, 1814-23. 7 volumes, 8° (266 x 171mm). With half-title in volume 7 only. Engraved frontispieces in volumes I, V and VI, plates and illustrations, some printed in red or red and black. (Some spotting, a little offsetting, one plate from vol. 2 [at p.300] bound instead in vol. 4 at p.300.) [With:] – The Bibliographical Decameron. London: by W. Bulmer and Co. for the author, 1817. 3 volumes, 8° (276 x 190mm). With first half-title, without plate 9 in volume 1 as usual. Engraved plates, one of these double-page and one folding, numerous engraved illustrations. (Some spotting, some offsetting.) LARGE-PAPER COPY. [And:] – A Bibliographical Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany. London: for the Author, 1822. 3 volumes, 8° (277 x 190mm). Plates and illustrations, many on india paper. (Without half-titles, some browning, foxing and offsetting.) LARGE-PAPER COPY, with two additional plates: ‘Diane of Poictiers’ and ‘The Pater’. And two other works by Dibdin in three volumes: The Library Companion (1824) and Bibliomania (1842). Near uniform 19th-century green morocco, sides with septuple gilt fillet border, spines gilt in compartments with near uniform tooling, gilt edges (extremities rubbed). A HANDSOMELY BOUND SET.