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Publisher: Oxford, Basil Blackwell / Shakespeare Head Press: 1923
Seller ID: 28973
Translated from the Greek... Reprinted for the first time from a copy now unique printed by Thomas Creede in 1597. Number 287 of 394 copies printed on Batchelor's Kelmscott hand-made paper for sale in Great Britain and 104 copies for sale in America. Edited by Stephen Gaselee and H.F.B. Brett-Smith. Tall 4to. xxxii, [viii], 152, pp. Quarter cloth and papered boards, title label laid onto the upper, paper spine label (missing a few small pieces); extremities rubbe... View more info
Publisher: London, Cambridge University Press: 1973
Seller ID: 26029
(Cambridge Studies in Linguistics no. 12). Octavo. xiv, 394pp. Index. Original cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Light spotting top edges, otherwise very good. View more info
Publisher: London, Cambridge University Press: 1968
Seller ID: 26108
Octavo. xvi, 157pp. Original cloth. Owner's name on front free endpaper. Very good. View more info
Publisher: London, W. Tweedie: n.d.
Seller ID: 23615
256pp, illustrated frontispiece and title page, 4 further full-page illustrations (each with a loosely inserted tissue guard). Original blind decorated red cloth (small marks on front, area of damp-crinkling along back joint). All edges gilt. A very light scatter of spots on first couple of leaves, occasional single spot in text, but interior generally clean and fresh. Presentation inscription  on front free endpaper. Covers good+, interior very good. View more info
Publisher: Lipsiae, B.G. Teubner: 1959
Seller ID: 26551
[Bibliotheca Scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana.] Octavo. 51pp. Index. Original cloth (spine faded). Owner's name on front free endpaper. Good to very good. ***Text entirely in Latin. View more info
Publisher: Edinburgh, Scottish Text Society: 1923-1925.
Seller ID: 34744
(Scottish Text Society, New Series, nos 14 & 16.) Two volumes. 8vo. xvi, 338 & xii, 284pp, 2 plates. Publisher's binding of quarter roan and green cloth, top edges gilt; extremities a little rubbed. Bookplate of the Edinburgh University Club on each paste-down, the club's crest gilt-stamped on both upper boards and its blind stamp to the title-page of the first volume. A good to very good clean set. Owner's name in each volume. ***An anthology of Scots prose and poetry d... View more info
Publisher: Edinburgh, Scottish Text Society: 1928-1934.
Seller ID: 34743
(Scottish Text Society, Third Series, nos 5, 22, 23, 26.) Four volumes. 8vo. cxcii, 120; xx, 354; xvi, 362; xiv, 336pp; each volume with a 6-7pp list of the STS publications at the rear. Publisher's binding of quarter roan and green cloth, top edges gilt; extremities a little rubbed. A good to very good clean set. The shade of the leather of I & IV is black, while that of the other two volumes is dark brown (as issued). Owner's name in each volume. ***An anthology of lit... View more info
By: BARBEAU, Marius.
Publisher: Ottawa, National Museum of Canada: 1953
Seller ID: 35553
(Bulletin no 127, Anthropological Series no 32.) Tall 8vo. x, 418pp, 328 b&w illustrations, coloured pictorial (map) endpapers. Brown buckram with illustration on upper board; spine a little sunned. A very good clean copy. View more info
Publisher: Edinburgh, Scottish Text Society: 1980-1981.
Seller ID: 35059
(Scottish Text Society, Fourth Series, nos 12 & 13.) 8vo. xvi, 270pp & xvi, 264pp. Publisher's binding of green buckram. A very good clean set. *** These two volumes have the complete text of Barbour's Bruce (Books I-X & XI-XX respectively). The text here is based primarily on the Edinburgh MS, rather than the Cambridge MS used by Prof. Skeat in his 1870-89 publication. Volume I (STS no 15), which contains an Introduction, notes and glossary, was published in 1985. View more info
Publisher: Edinburgh, Printed by M. Macdonald: 1959
Seller ID: 35076
With a Prefatory Note and some authentic Burns texts contributed by J. DeLancey Ferguson. For private distribution to members of the Auk Society only. 176pp, frontis and 2 plates. cream cloth with paper title label on spine (and a spare at rear endpaper). Owner's name. A very good clean copy. ***Bawdy verses in Scots dialect; many attributed to, or collected by, Robert Burns and others used by him for polite versions. View more info
By: BARKER, Nicolas.
Publisher: London, Macmillan: 1972
Seller ID: 25020
First edition. 566pp, illustrated in b&w. Original cloth with dustwrapper. Owner's bookplate on front paste-down endpaper. Letter to newspaper and review loosely inserted. Very good. View more info
Publisher: London, Jill Norman & Hobhouse: 1981
Seller ID: 34906
4to. 144pp, b&w photographs. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (a little rubbed, now in protective sleeve). A very good clean copy. ISBN 0906908361 View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Longman Cheshire: 1981
Seller ID: 24238
xii, 269pp, black & white illustrations. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper (spine a little faded). A very good clean copy. ISBN 0582711126 View more info
Publisher: London, Early English Text Society: 1997
Seller ID: 34754
(Early English Text Society, no 309.) xc, 250pp, frontis. Brown cloth, gilt lettering and EETS crest in gilt on the upper board, blind rules, with dustwrapper. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0197223125 ***This first translation into English of Thomas a Kempis' text dates from the mid-15th century. View more info
Publisher: London, Williams and Norgate: 1866
Seller ID: 34628
(Oxford English Monographs.) First edition. 8vo. 80pp, notes and glossay. Original green cloth, spine and lower edges flecked, with most of the dustwrapper (lacks the spine entirely, the rest in a protective sleeve). A good+ clean copy. View more info
Publisher: Melbourne, Oxford University Press: 1997
Seller ID: 27496
First edition. xiii, 250pp. Index. Original cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Top and fore-edges slightly yellowed, otherwise very good. ISBN 019553767X View more info
Publisher: London, Navarre Society: 1986
Seller ID: 34188
With an illustrated introduction and sixteen hand-coloured illustrations from original drawings by Louis Challon. Two volumes. 332 & 404pp, 16 coloured plates. Red buckram with the dustwrappers (extremities a trifle rubbed, now in protective sleeves). A very good to fine clean set; probably unread. *** The best illustrated edition (or so it says on the wrappers). View more info
By: BOGDANOW, Fanni.
Publisher: Manchester University Press: 1966
Seller ID: 32898
xii, 308pp, frontis and few other illustrations. Cloth with dustwrapper. A very good clean copy. ***The post-Vulgate (13thC) Romance of the Grail, formerly known as the Pseudo-Robert de Boron Cycle. View more info