London, South Kensington
6 April 2001
Portfolio of the National Gallery of Scotland, London: Edward Arnold, 1903. 2°, (570 x 410mm.), title printed in red and black, 40 half tone plates (occasional light spotting), contemporary half green morocco gilt, spine gilt in compartments (rubbed), t.e.g., bookplate of Iain Ramsay of Kildalton. NO. 49 OF 350 COPIES.
LAW, Ernest. VanDyck's Pictures at Windsor Castle, London: George Bell and Sons (and others), 1899. 2° (495 x 370mm.), title printed in red and black, 30 photogravure plates (occasional light spotting), similarly bound. NO. 174 OF 300 COPIES. (2)
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