London, South Kensington
5 June 2007
The Course of the Exchange and Other Things. London: J. Castaing, 1708. Agenda 12° (210 x 80mm). (A few leaves misbound but all present, several mounted, top margins cut close with occasional loss of headline). Modern buckram. RARE. Castaing was the author of An Interest Book, first published in 1700, which he advertises in the present book and which went through eight editions by 1733. Not in BMC, Goldsmiths' or Kress.
Manuel pour la concordance des calendriers républicain et grégorien. Paris: A.A. Renouard, 1822. 8° (A little browning and spotting). Original marbled wrappers, uncut (long tear in upper joint); with 20 other volumes including 8 volumes of the Harleian Miscellany (London, 1744-46).
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