London, South Kensington
5 June 2007
CAMDEN, William (1551-1623). Britannia siue ... Angliae, Scotiae, Hiberniae ... descriptio. London: George Bishop, 1594. 4° (197 x 141mm). Anglo-Saxon alphabet within a typographical border on A8r, a few woodcut illustrations and numerous large woodcut initials (final blank neatly cut away). A GOOD COPY in contemporary English vellum, blue edges. Provenance: Gerard Sandeline (contemporary signature and motto on an endpaper, both lightly deleted) - G.W. Prothero (bookplate and signature on title). STC 4506; cf.PMM 101.
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