London, South Kensington
2 November 2005
WATESON, George (fl. 1598-1607). A Rich Store-House, or Treasury for the Diseased. London: John Clowes, 1650. 4° (184 x 133mm). Woodcut headpieces and initials (some light browning, some dampstaining). Contemporary blindstamped sprinked sheep, red edges (inner hinge broken, stained, worn). Originally written by 'A.T.' in 1596 and enlarged by George Wateson, the present copy is the eight edition, augmented and enlarged, by D.B[order]. Wing W-31.
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