London, South Kensington
16 February 2001
AGRIPPA, Henry Cornelius. Of the Vanitie and Uncertaintie of Artes
and Sciences, London: Henrie Bynneman, 1575. Small 4° (lacking
the first blank (A1), title laid down and lower corner torn away, just affecting border, occasional light marginal waterstaining, lightly
browned throughout, stronger to title and last leaf), modern calf;
bookplates of Geo. Tho. Robinson and W. A. Foyle, Beeleigh Abbey.
Durling 68; STC 205.
SALMON, William. Seplasium. The Compleat English Physician: or, the Druggist's Shop opened. Explicating all the particulars of which medicines at this day are composed and made, London: for Matthew Gilliflower and George Sawbridge, 1693. 8° (lacking half title and ?4 preliminary leaves, short clean tear affecting text of Dd4, last few lines of Qqq3 wormed with loss of a few letters, paper repair along outer margin of index leaf Hhhh3 recto, lower half of final index leaf (Hhhh4) torn away), modern panelled morocco, red and green
lettering-pieces; red morocco bookplate of W. A. Foyle, Beeleigh Abbey. FIRST EDITION. Krivatsy 10180; Wing S452.
With 2 other books and 2 manuscripts. (6)
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