London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
SCAPULA, Joannes. Lexicon Graeco-latinum. Amsterdam: J. Blaeu and L. Elzevir, 1652. 2° (351 x 216mm). Title in red and black with woodcut device (lacks the final blank, some staining and waterstaining, title mounted). Early 18th-century calf (rebacked, corners worn, rubbed). Provenance: John Estridge, 1825 (inscription pasted to inside of front cover) - Repton School (bookplate). Willems 706.
ESTIENNE, Robert. Thesaurus linguae Latinae. London: S. Harding, 1734-35. 4 volumes, 2° (409 x 256mm). Titles in red and black with engraved vignette (a little browning and spotting in volumes I & II). Contemporary sprinkled calf gilt (rebacked). Provenance: Presentation stamp in gilt on upper covers of the Rev. Asteley to Repton School, 1741.
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