London, South Kensington
5 June 2007
NICOLSON, William (1655-1727). The English Historical Library. London: for T. Childe and R. Knapcock, 1714. 2° (329 x 200mm). (Browning, spotting and waterstaining). Contemporary panelled calf (rebacked, extremities somewhat worn).
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