London, South Kensington
1 September 2008
JOHN PELLING PIGOTT
A Treatise on the Horses of India. Calcutta: James White, 1794. 8°, collation: *1 (errata) [A]2 B-D4 E3 F-K4 L8 M3 (first few leaves waterstained at margins), uncut in contemporary limp calf (rubbed). Provenance: Miles Munday French (contemporary ownership signature at head of title; pencil note in another hand on blank recto of errata leaf).
SCARCE. ESTC lists 6 copies, 3 in the UK at BL (x 2) and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. No sale recorded in on-line ABPC. Shaw 257.
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