London, South Kensington
1 September 2008
A Way to get Wealth. London: John Streater for George Sawbridge, 1668. 6 parts in one volume, small 4°, woodcuts in the text, a few full-page (occasional light browning and spotting), contemporary calf (lightly rubbed). Twelfth edition. Poynter 34.12; Wing M680.
The Inrichment of the Weald of Kent. London: Anne Griffin for J. Harrison, 1636. Small 4°, small woodcut device on title, disbound. Part 4 of A Way to get Wealth. Sixth edition. Poynter 34.6 (variant collation); STC 17365. (2)
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