30 April 2008
JOSEPHUS, Flavius (37-c.100) The works ... translated into English by Sir Roger L'Estrange ... the second edition. London: Richard Sare, 1709.
3 volumes, 8° (194 x 119mm). 3 engraved plates and 3 engraved maps, all folding. (Occasional light spotting.) Contemporary panelled calf (rebacked preserving original backstrips, one cover detached). Provenance: Francis Ferrand Foljambe (title stamp).
Sold with 3 other works, including: FROISSART, Jean (1333?-1400?). Sir John Froissart's Chronicles ... newly translated ... by Thomas Johnes ... the second edition. London: Longman, 1805, in 13 volumes including plate volume, 8° and 4°, aquatint plates, contemporary calf (plate vol. rebacked). (20)
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