3 December 2010
JUNIUS (Pseud.). Letters of Junius. London: T. Bensley for Vernor and Hood, 1796.
2 volumes, 8o (233 x 138 mm). Engraved titles (dated 1797), 16 engraved portraits (light spotting). Covers tooled in gilt with a border intersected by a central lozenge, edges gilt concealing fore-edge paintings of RICHMOND IN SURREY and HIGH LEGH IN CHESHIRE (light rubbing to joints and head of spine, light soiling). Provenance: Joseph Radcliffe (armorial bookplate); F. Fermor Hesketh (armorial bookplate).
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