5 December 2006
CRIES OF LONDON -- [Cries of London.] Engraved by Giovanni VENDRAMINI and others, after Francis Wheatly. N.p., n.d. 2o. 13 plates (some darkening.) Late 19th-century red moroccco. Later impressions of this famous series.
COMBE, William (1741-1823). Sam Syntax's Description of the Cries of London... London: Harris & Son, 1821. 8o. Hand-colored woodcut frontispiece and 16 hand-colored woodcut illustrations. Original printed wrappers (spine repaired, some dust-soiling); quarter morocco folding case. Second edition.
New London Cries. N.p.,n.d. 7 full-page hand-colored woodcut illustrations. Original pictotial wrappers (spine repaired, small chip to upper spine end), quarter morocco slipcase. (3)
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