London, South Kensington
15 October 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
REFERENCE & BIBLIOGRAPHY -- LITTLETON, Adam. A Latine Dictionary in Four Parts. London: T. Basset, J. Wright and R. Chiswell: 1678. 4° (233 x 173mm). Engraved frontispiece and two engraved maps of Italy and Rome. (Some light browning and staining, margins cut short, just into the images on the maps, very slight loss to frontispiece, frontispiece and last leaf laid down on flexible card.) Recent half morocco (extremities lightly rubbed).
Sold together with: List of Serial Publications in the British Museum (Natural History) Library. London: 1968. Cloth (3 copies, 1 with dust-jacket). [Together with:] Second edition. London: 1975. 4 volumes, cloth, some vols with dust-jackets (4 copies). -- List of Serial Publications in the Library of the Department of Zoology British Museum (Natual History). Second edition. London: 1961. Interleaved with many mss. annotations. Library cloth. -- A World List of Scientific Periodicals, published in the years 1900-1921. London: 1925. 2 vols, cloth. -- ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. Catalogue of the Library ... fifth edition. London: 1902 -- ROYAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the Scientific Books in the Library. London: 1881 -- ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. List of the Transactions, Periodicals and Memoirs in the Library ... Second edition. London: 1931. Sold with 11 volumes in 10 of Accession lists for the BM(NH) library covering 1955-1965, and three other bibliographical works. (35)
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