London, South Kensington
13 November 2008
MIEGE, Guy (1644-1718?). The Present State of Denmark. London: Tho. Basset, 1683. 8° (157 x 96mm). (Light marginal soiling). Contemporary calf (very rubbed, a few holes on sides, repaired along spine and corners). Provenance: old manuscript inscription on endpaper. FIRST EDITION. Wing M2024.
MOLESWORTH, Robert, Viscount (1656-1725). An Account of Denmark, as it was in the Year 1692. London: [no publisher], 1694. 8° (189 x 119mm). (Light spotting). Contemporary mottled calf (19th-century reback). Provenance: Mark Hodgson (bookplate). Goldsmiths' 3006; Kress 1857; Wing M2382A. (2)
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