New York, East
14 October 1998
[SAUL, ARTHUR]. The Famous Game of Chesse-play. Being a Princely exercise; wherein the Learner may profit more by reading of this small Book, than by playing of a thousand Mates. [Edited] by J. Barbier. London: William Miller, 1672. Woodcut title vignette of chess game, repeated two times and G2 recto with illustration of a chess board. 8vo, old sheep; lacks (?) blank A1. Fifth Edition. Wing S-730. Sold not subject to return.
Geo. Whitatier; "Sir F. Madden copy bought at his sale Aug 1873;" J.W. Rimington-Wilson, inscriptions on front free endpaper (sale, Sotheby's London, 28 February 1928, lot 429); Albert Henry Wiggin, bookplate.
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