27 June 2007
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HOPE, William H. St. John. Windsor Castle. London: Hudson and Kearns, 1913.
2 volumes only. 2°. Several plates along without portfolio of plans. Original half vellum with gilt title on spine. Provenance: Ex libris of Vittorio Emanuele III, King of Italy (1869-1947)
Uncut copy, number 221 of 1050. (2)
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