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Buchbeschreibung: 1638. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. STANDARD King James Version text edition until the revisions of Dr. Paris in 1762. Wilhelm Bridges (Signed - Provenance; extensive reference laid loose inside Bible) This was the pulpit Bible at Emmanuel College from 1638 - 1645 (circa); used by Puritan Ministers. This is an Elephant Folio. William Bridge was a leading English Independent minister, preacher, and religious and political writer. A native of Cambridgeshire, the Rev. William Bridge was probably born in or around the year 1600. He studied at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, receiving an M.A. 1626. For a short time in 1631 he was a lecturer (preacher) at Colchester, put in place by Harbottle Grimstone and Robert Rich, 2nd Earl of Warwick. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000777

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Buchbeschreibung: 1700. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Fine. The copy of a King, from the library of Earl Lonsdale. 1700. London. Charles Bill. In large folio (444 mm x 280 mm). 1 [blank] + 165 ff. + 18 + 1 ff. + 1 [blank]. An impressive binding, with the arms of George I [although it might be as well confused of that of William III and Queen Mary II as joint Sovereigns “Dieu et Mon Droit”], on center, initials “G R” on top of arms, boards heavily and finely gilt with fillet, the crowned monogram and Tudor Rose at corners, repeated seven times on the back, broad tassels, corner pieces and beautiful decoration, spine with raised bands forming compartments and tooled in gilt; a good copy, gently rubbed, foot of spine professionally restored. Entirely rubricated, wide margins, extremely fresh and clean with only, a few pieces of text pasted down over others, a copy bound for a King or a Royal Chapel. Striking copy; bound for George I in black morocco. The last years of the 17th and the first of the 18th saw England in the search of a King after James II was deposed. William III of Orange-Nassau, won the English, Irish and Scottish crowns; he reigned from 1689-1702. The book was printed in 1700, during his reign, thus the binding and coat of arms might belong to him, and the “G R” having been added later, perhaps the whole coat of arms. Provenance: engraved armorial ex libris on front pastedown of Hugh Cecil Earl of Lonsdale (Sotheby´s Ephesus-64, 16 GBP); ex libris on front pastedown of Maurice Burrus. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE-10200231038

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Verlag: Printed by John Baskerville, Cambridge (1762)

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Buchbeschreibung: Printed by John Baskerville, Cambridge, 1762. Hardcover. Third Edition. The Baskerville Book of Common Prayer, in an Elaborately Gilt, Inlaid, and Distinctively Irish Binding. 241 x 165 mm (9 1/2 x 6 1/2"). [344] leaves. Third Edition. EXCELLENT CONTEMPORARY IRISH RED MOROCCO, VERY ELABORATELY GILT AND INLAID, covers with central white morocco lozenge inlaid and tooled with gilt flowers, plumes, and birds, this enclosed by radiating rows of small tools including stars, flowers, foliage, and a delightful bird with a rose in its beak, the whole framed by undulating floral sprigs; raised bands, spine gilt in compartments quartered by a saltire and tooled with roses and other flowers, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt (small expert repair along top of spine). Title page with ink inscription of A. Wolseley dated 1772 at top and with small decorative printed paper strip pasted over the price at bottom. Gaskell 19; Griffiths 1762/4. Covers less dark than the spine (and so somehow faded?), slight flaking--but no cracking--to joints, corners a little worn, but the once splendid binding still extremely attractive, without serious wear, and with its very animated gilt still bright, despite the loss of color in the morocco background. Many leaves with faint browning and muted foxing (one gathering conspicuously foxed), some other trivial imperfections, but fresh and clean and generally pleasing internally. This unusually large and important Baskerville Press prayer book is bound in one of the most distinctive Irish styles, which Craig terms the "Irish White Inlay." In his "Irish Bookbindings 1600-1800," Craig notes that this design frequently appears on prayer books printed between 1750 and 1780. In his catalogue of J. R. Abbey's bindings, Hobson notes that white leather or vellum inlays were "almost, if not quite, unknown" in 18th century England, and declares that "any British binding with cream-coloured inlays is almost certainly Irish." He also observes that Baskerville's publications were especially popular among the Anglo-Irish squires who had their books decoratively bound. While we have not been able to identify the binder definitively, the curling plumes and the sweet, rose-bearing birds bear a strong resemblance to tools used by the binder in the employ of Dublin bookseller Joseph Leathley. According to McDonnell and Healy, Leathley "exercised a fastidiousness and taste which is remarkable" in the bindings he ordered. McDonnell and Healy's "Gold-Tooled Bookbindings Commissioned by Trinity College Dublin" pictures tools used by the artisan known only as "Joseph Leathley's Binder"; the birds holding rose sprigs shown as tools #149a and 149b on Plate LXXXVIII and the plumes shown as #162a and 162b on Plate LXXXIX appear to be quite similar to those on our binding. In any case, its profusion of elegant and charming tools makes our beautiful volume a compelling object, whoever produced it. The book represents the fulfillment of one of Baskerville's particular ambitions: to produce a fine octavo version of the Book of Common Prayer (an aim announced in the preface to his 1758 edition of Milton). In order to achieve this goal, Baskerville had to be appointed printer to one of the three presses privileged to print official Bibles and prayer books. Baskerville applied to Cambridge, submitting a type specimen designed, according to Griffiths, "to be readable by 'people who want Spectacles but are ashamed to use them at Church.'" Cambridge appointed Baskerville a supernumerary printer in December of 1758, and he began work at that time on his Bible and Book of Common Prayer. Our volume is the variant without the "lozenge and star" border used in the 1760 and 1761 printings, an absence that gives the text a spaciousness more like those of Baskerville's most beautiful volumes. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ST12704

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Book of Common Prayer]:

Verlag: Philadelphia: Printed by Hall and Sellers, 1786. (1786)

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Buchbeschreibung: Philadelphia: Printed by Hall and Sellers, 1786., 1786. [364]pp. plus 6 [of 8]pp. of music. Lacks the errata leaf. 12mo. Contemporary red morocco, gilt, leather onlays on covers. Extremities worn. Small piece of titlepage torn away at fore edge, affecting border and two letters of text. Light tanning and foxing. A good copy. In a half morocco box. The American Protestant Episcopal Church was founded after the American Revolution as an adaptation of the Church of England in the new United States. The church was founded at a convention in Philadelphia in 1785, at which it was agreed to create a separate prayer book. The present title is the result, and it caused great controversy upon its publication. Among the ill- considered revisions were "changes and omissions of such drastic nature as among other things the deletion of the Nicene and Athanasian Creeds. The Proposed Book proved unwelcome to clergy and laity, even its suggestion of a prayer for the Fourth of July being taken exception to. Its use was brief and not general" (Page). "This edition, contains the alterations which were intended to adapt the Book of Common Prayer, of the Church of England, to the changed political conditions of this country; and is the result of a convention held in Philadelphia, in 1785, presided over by the Reverend William White. The proposed Prayer Book met with much criticism and opposition in the church, owing to its radical changes, and was never adopted." - Evans. EVANS 19940. PAGE, THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER 51. GRIFFITHS 1786, 9. NAIP w029995. Buchnummer des Verkäufers WRCAM 34053A

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Verlag: Edinburgh: Printed by the Printers to the King's most excellent Majestie -; [London: by Felix Kingston]; by the Printers to the Kings Cambridge: Printed by the Printers to the Vniversmosexcellent Majestie ; London: Imprinted [by H. Lownes and R. Young];, 1633; 1633; 1633; 1630; 1628 (1633)

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Buchbeschreibung: Edinburgh: Printed by the Printers to the King's most excellent Majestie -; [London: by Felix Kingston]; by the Printers to the Kings Cambridge: Printed by the Printers to the Vniversmosexcellent Majestie ; London: Imprinted [by H. Lownes and R. Young];, 1633; 1633; 1633; 1630; 1628, 1633. An uncommon lot, including the first complete King James Bible printed in Scotland, and the first Edinburgh edition of the Book of Common Prayer. The Bible follows a separate printing of the New Testament in 1628. This edition, it is suggested, was printed in connection with the Coronation of Charles I in Edinburgh in June 1633. Some copies of this printing of the New Testament were accompanied by plates, but these were later additions (ca. 1638), and there are two settings of some of the sheets, which are frequently comingled. In this copy, the catchword at 3G1 is "But"; 2F6v has the reading "carkases"; the catchword at 3G1r is "37 But"; and the headline on 3K3r is "Of Widows." The Book of Common Prayer is the form with catchword "pride" at B1r, and anticipates the ill-fated 1637 revision for the Church of Scotland. The editions of Genealogies, the Concordance, and the Psalms are contemporary editions of the sort that are characteristically found bound with various editions of the Bible originating from London and elsewhere. The Edinburgh Bible is scarce: ESTC locates five copies in North America: Folger, Huntington, NYPL, Newberry and Univ. of Pennsylvania. The Prayer book is also uncommon, with three copies located in North America (Harvard, Huntington and this copy, now properly deaccessioned). Of the Psalms, four copies are located in North America: Folger, LC, UT, and again, this copy (BIBLE & PRAYER BOOK - SCOTTISH) 5 volumes bound in one, with the Concordance bound between the OT and NT vols., 8vo. [94] pp. A-F8 (-A1); [40] pp. A-B8 C-D2. Woodcuts charts, map, title-border; [900]pp. A-2X8 2Y4; 3A-3L8 3M4. Engraved title and frontis, and separate title for NT; [100]pp. *2 A-F8; [10], 93, [3]pp (with errors in numbering). A-F8 G4.With music. Later gilt paneled mottled calf, gilt spine label, marbled endsheets, to contemporary style. Bookplate of Joseph Yates, Clanna House. Trimmed rather close throughout, frequently costing register and/or page numbers, some head lines and a few catchwords; some scattered loss of some bottom lines late in the N.T., early ink inscription on first title, small discoloration to first several leaves, stain to lower fore-corners of 2M8 and 2N1, some occasional foxing, soiling and minor spotting, lacking A1 (blank) to BoCP; withal, a reasonably good gathering, neatly bound. ESTC S123370; S122895; S102072; S90766; and S122325. STC 16394; 2311 & 2311a; 23039e; and 2608. Darlow & Moule (Herbert) 476 Rumball-Petre 135. Griffiths 1633.8. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 256557

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Updike, Daniel Berkeley, printer

Verlag: New York: Printed for the Convention, 1893 (1893)

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Buchbeschreibung: New York: Printed for the Convention, 1893, 1893. Copy number 5 of the limited issue of the revised Book of Common Prayer, overseen by D.B. Updike, and signed in ink on the verso of the title of many of the principals associated with the revision approved at the 1892 General Convention, including financier J.P. Morgan, who helped fund the edition's publication. The limited edition was prepared in two forms, one being this form, intended for distribution to each diocese and jurisdiction within the Church, with original signatures on the verso of the title and with a variant title, all in black letter, without border. The standard limited edition of 500 copies on handmade paper has the signatures of the principals in printed facsimile, and a foliated border around the title resembling those around the main text, and the central "Laudate Dominum" device, and the two lines: "Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David." Updike comments at length on this project in his introduction to NOTES ON THE MERRYMOUNT PRESS, and about his role in the attempted rescue of an ill-conceived attempt to produce a decorated edition from the plates of the 1892 printing: "The best things about the book were the cover and charming end-papers which Goodhue designed for it. Sad to relate, the edition had an immediate and resounding success! We were congratulated, and we blushed. Our shame was taken for modesty and we were congratulated more! While the book is indeed a strange one, it is by no means so strange as the designs originally made for it" (see pp. 9- 10). Nonetheless, the experience was an important prelude to the production in 1928 of Updike's own edition, widely regarded as his finest work. Laid into this copy is the 4pp. leaflet, ON THE DECORATIONS OF THE LIMITED EDITION OF THE STANDARD PRAYER BOOK OF MDCCCXCII, and tipped to the second blank is the original bifolium printed presentation slip, with the recipient denoted in manuscript (a now defunct divinity school) Copy no. 5 of the limited issue. Folio. [28], 566, [2] pp. Original heavily gilt decorated vellum over boards, with brass fore-clasps, t.e.g., others untrimmed, ribbon marker. Printed in red and black, with floriated borders by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, title in black letter. Binding slightly rubbed, gilt bright; some bleed-through on the title from the array of original ink signatures on the verso, otherwise very good or somewhat better. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 260873

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Buchbeschreibung: Printed for the Commission, MDCCCCXXVIII (Boston, 1930)., 1930. 9 1/2 x 13 1/2. xli, 611 pages printed in black & red. Full crimson pigskin stamped in black, top edge gilt. Still in the original plain dustwrapper, albeit missing a few pieces and one flap detached. A miniscule touch of rubbing to lower edge, else as new. With the 8-page folio prospectus. D. B. Updike's magnum opus. Of 500 copies printed on handmade paper, only 250 were for sale. Several notable printers--including Bruce Rogers and the University presses of Cambridge and Oxford-- were invited to submit designs and trial pages for this prayer book. The competition was overseen by J. P. Morgan, Jr,'s librarian Belle da Costa Greene. But as Hutner and Kelly observe "Few printers were better equipped than this devout Anglican to handle the project, and the result was magnificent. For Updike it was the culmination of everything he believed in and understood, and every facet of his personality and sensibility was called upon to produce this masterpiece of print and spirit." A Century for the Century 25. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 17229

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FORE-EDGE PAINTING)

Verlag: The Clarendon Press, Oxford (1783)

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Buchbeschreibung: The Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1783. Hardcover. In Archetypical Edwards Vellum and with a Fore-Edge Painting Probably Done at the Time. 140 x 83 mm (5 1/2 x 3 1/4"). [216], [48] unnumbered leaves. VERY APPEALING CONTEMPORARY VELLUM OVER BOARDS, ALMOST CERTAINLY BY EDWARDS OF HALIFAX, covers bordered by a Neoclassical pentaglyph and metope roll against a blue wash, center of each board with large gilt-bordered medallion containing the gilt monogram "M L C" on a blue background, flat spine divided into panels by gilt pentaglyph and metope border (the one at the bottom over blue wash), panels with classical urn centerpiece and volute cornerpieces, second panel with gilt titling on a blue background, turn-ins with gilt chain roll, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. WITH A FINE FORE-EDGE PAINTING, VERY PROBABLY BY EDWARDS, depicting Fountains Abbey in Yorkshire. IN THE ORIGINAL (rubbed and soiled, but quite intact) soft green LEATHER SLIPCASE. Title page with ink ownership inscription of M: L: Carey. Griffiths 1783/6. Spine gilt slightly dulled in places, rear turn-in lifting a little at one corner, title and a couple of gatherings with moderate foxing, but still quite an excellent copy, the binding showing no wear, the text clean and fresh, and the painting well preserved. This is an immensely pleasing little book in period vellum produced by one of the most important families in the history of English bookbinding. The Edwards of Halifax bindery was founded by William Edwards (1723-1808) and continued by several of his brothers, half-brothers, and sons (by far the most important of the sons being Thomas, who lived from 1762-1834). This famous firm produced a number of important innovations in binding design, the most significant being the idea of concealing a painting under the gilt of the fore edge. This hidden treasure could be revealed, once the edge was fanned out, as a special surprise element of the volumes they bound--typically in Etruscan calf, or, as in the present case, in vellum decorated with gilt and blue wash. The painting here is rendered in the subtle hues typical of Edwards paintings--soft grays and greens, in this instance--and the scenic ruins are one of the favored Edwards subjects, second only to stately homes. For these reasons, we speculate that it may well have been done at or near the time of publication. In any case, our painting is particularly pleasing for its sense of depth, partly accomplished both by clever use of shadow and by considerable finely painted three-dimensional architectural detail. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ST12671

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Buchbeschreibung: William Pickering, Charles Whittingham (printer), London, 1844. Vellum. Buchzustand: Good. Folio. Folio 35cm. Vellum Hardcovers. , 1844. . . . All seven volumes are uniformly bound in original full vellum with yapped edges. Gilt decoration on the panels, leather labels and gilt lettering on the spines. Surfaces show some smudging and wear. Corners peeled. Spine ends and joints chipping; labels chipped, one missing entirely. Hinges and bindings intact. Deckled textblock edges. Pages show off-setting throughout, and occasional mild foxing, but are free of any previous owner markings. Beautiful reprintings of 7 original editions of "The Book of Common Prayer" throughout history. ORnate title pages, red and black ink, wood-cut decorations. Includes: Edward VI- 1549, Edward VI- 1552, Elizabeth- 1559, James I- 1604, Charles I- 1637, Charles II- 1662, and Victoria- 1844. . Buchnummer des Verkäufers GRP60808328

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Buchbeschreibung: London: printed by Thomas Baskett; and by the assigns of Robert Baskett, 1754, 1754. Large folio (412 × 254 mm). Contemporary green goatskin, spine divided in seven compartments by raised bands, compartments gilt with the arms of George II centrally and scroll cornerpieces, covers tooled in gilt with alternating fleurons and foliate tools, at the centre the gilt arms of George II, board-edges rolled in gilt, spot-marbled endpapers, gilt edges, lacks ties. Some skilful repair to joints and corners, covers unevenly faded. Engraved frontispiece, title in red and black, ruled in red. With cancelled leaves substituted after the death of the Prince of Wales in March 1751: sigs A-C, D1 are cancels. Red morocco book label of the Royal Chapel, dated 1755; armorial bookplate of Sir Thomas Maryon Wilson Bart. A finely tooled and attractive example of mid-eighteenth century binding with the royal arms of the English king George II (1683–1760). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 69038

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Verlag: Cambridge: Printed by John Baskerville for B. Dod, 1762 (1762)

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Buchbeschreibung: Cambridge: Printed by John Baskerville for B. Dod, 1762, 1762. Baskerville's Book of Common Prayer in a beautiful rococo binding. The emblematic tooling matches that found on a series of prayer books bound for Philip Stanhope, fifth Earl of Chesterfield (cf. Davis Gift II, 185) (BINDING, ROCOCO) Third edition of the Baskerville Prayerbook. Royal 8vo. 344 leaves. Bound in full contemporary green morocco, tooled in gold to a rococo design with snail, insect and dragon gilt-stamped emblems, surrounding a central Christogram of onlaid green, red and citron morocco, flat spine divided into six compartments filled in with Greek key and oval- and-diamond rolls, with clasps, bookplates of Milward Rowe and Emily Turner with corresponding gift inscriptions. Griffiths p. 176: 1762, #4: Gaskell 19; ESTC T087227-BL; HN. Yale. Cf. Davis Gift II, 185 for binding. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 254576

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Buchbeschreibung: Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. ZACHARY TAYLOR'S BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER: An exceptional rarity, a Book of Common Prayer presented to Zachary Taylor during the short time he was a sitting president. The book was published in New York by Harper and Brothers, bearing no publication date. IT is bound in fine, lightly grained pebbled leather with gilt cross on cover, raised hubs on the spine, and elaborate embossed gilt decoration on spine and covers. A printed presentation appears on the front pastedown, gilt printing on pebbled leather identical to that used on the cover. it reads: "PRESENTED TO ZACHARY TAYLOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES BY THE NEW YORK BIBLE & COMMON PRAYER SOCIETY JANUARY 1ST 1850.". Although Taylor was born into an Episcopalian family and his wife was a devout Episcopalian, he never officially became communicant of that church, or any other church. Books from Taylor's library are very rare indeed. From the collection of Dr. John Lattimer. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000802

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Buchbeschreibung: New York: Printed for the Committee. The De Vinne Press., 1893. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Fine. No Jacket. Folio; size of the binding: 10 1/2 inches x 14 3/4 in. x 2 3/4 in. (thick), title-page in red & black, preliminary material; [28]pp., pp. [1]-566 + printer's page with colophon on the reverse (here numbered in pencil: 22). Bound in full vellum over beveled boards, with working brass clasps at the fore-edge; elaborate gilt rose designs and title on the spine and front cover, designed by B. G. Goodhue; gold-printed rose & thistle design endpapers, top-edge gilt, silk bookmarker ribbon bound in; deckle-edged paper. With a copy of the 1893 [4]pp. pamphlet: "On the Decorations of the Limited Edition of the Standard Prayer Book of 1892," by D. B. Updike, printed at the De Vinne Press. Inserted in this copy: "The large-paper edition of the Book of Common Prayer which this Notice accompanies has been put into print primarily in compliance with the provisions of Canon 22, Title 1 [-] the complimentary and subscription copies have foliated borders, a detailed account of which is subjoined." (-From p. [2] of the Notice pamphlet). This vellum bound copy has the foliated borders, and bears the bookplate of Cleveland, Ohio based philanthropist and book collector, William G. Mather (1857-1951), on the front paste-down endpaper. The back cover shows a few scratches to the vellum, small tan spot to upper spine, light dusting, a few tan spots to the edges of the binding, otherwise, an excellent copy. This Book of Common Prayer is considered among the landmarks of American printing. [Colophon]: "The printing of this edition of the Book of Common Prayer on American hand-made paper was finished on the twenty-second day of November, MDCCCXCIII [1893], at the De Vinne Press in the City of New York. The plan of symbolism and method of decoration were arranged by Mr. Daniel Berkeley Updike: The preparatory studies of plants were made by Mr. William Wells Bosworth: The designs for the borders and cover by Mr. Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, and the final drawings for reproduction by Mr. Joseph Eliot Hill." Weight: 11 lbs. Postage is extra on this item. Buchnummer des Verkäufers m-25

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Buchbeschreibung: The Merrymount Press, Boston, 1930. Buchzustand: Fine. Limited to 500 copies printed for the Joint Commission on the Revision and Enrichment of the Book of Common Prayer. Folio. xlii, 611p, colophon. Janson type printed in black and red throughout. Rebound in full maroon morocco (replacing and in imitation of the inferior pigskin) with five bands and title in blind on spine and upper cover, deckle edges, t.e.g. Ephemera laid in. Bookplate of Brian Douglas Stilwell.The magnum opus of the Merrymount Press.Smith, Bianchi 713: Griffiths 1930.3. Limited to 500 copies printed for the Joint Commission on the Revision and Enrichment of the Book of Common Prayer. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 19867

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Buchbeschreibung: New York: Printed for the Convention, 1893., 1893. Thick folio (10 x 14). (xvii), 566 pages, printed in black & red, each within foliate border. Original vellum over beveled boards with brass clasps; the upper cover elaborately gilt with central panel of Tudor roses enclosed by a border of text within gilt rules; spine likewise gilt; top edges gilt, others untrimmed. A few protruding deckles dusty, otherwise the text is immaculate. Ribbon marker loose. Some cover soil, especially to the lower, unadorned cover, but very little wear. Avery good plus copy. With D. B. Updike's 4-page "On the Decorations of the Limited Edition of the Standard Book of Prayer MDCCCXCII." One of 500 large paper copies on American handmade paper printed in red and black at the De Vinne Press. Typographic design, plan of symbolism, & method of decoration were planned by D. B. Updike. Bertram Goodhue designed the binding, gilt endpapers, and foliate borders. Only the borders for Good Friday are simple black rules. The Easter Sunday border, by contrast, blazes with lilies. Updike, who at first refused this commission, takes great pains in his essay to explain the difficulties of combining Medieval borders with modern type and his resolution of this problem. He gives a detailed analysis of all the ornamentation. Some official copies for the clergy were printed without borders. To his foreman, De Vinne wrote "Try to make these books a faultless piece of work. Spare no time or expense.Much of our work is trivial and ephemeral, but this will last." (Quoted in Tichenor, No Art Without Craft.). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 16963

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Buchbeschreibung: Oxford: Printed by T. Wright and W. Gill, Printers to the University, 1769., 1769. [206] leaves (printed in double columns) plus fifty-nine full-page engraved plates. Tall quarto. Contemporary black morocco (almost imperceptibly rebacked with original backstrip laid down); front and rear covers extensively decorated in gilt, 1 5/8-inch wide dentelle-style border of alternating large and thin vases holding flowers, within which is an elaborate central diamond-shape design composed of floral and rococo tools with two pairs of backward-looking tufted birds on branches, surrounded by floral and star-like tools; a.e.g. On the front cover, the center of the diamond-shape design is lettered "The Honorable Samuel Rous Esq. Barbados," surrounded by a stylized fern border. On the rear cover, the center of the diamond-shape design is lettered "One Thousand Seven Hundred & Seventy Two," also surrounded by a stylized fern border. Spine in six compartments with raised bands, extensively decorated in gilt with flowers, stars, circles, and different birds than on the covers. Inner dentelles gilt with "Greek key" roll, contemporary marbled pastedowns and free endpapers. Two corners rubbed and two corners almost imperceptibly repaired, otherwise in fine condition. Extra-illustrated with fifty-nine full- page engraved plates. A few minor dampstains on a few leaves at front and rear and occasional minor foxing, absolutely not affecting text or images. [bound with:] Brady, N., and N. Tate: A NEW VERSION OF THE PSALMS OF DAVID, FITTED TO THE TUNES USED IN CHURCHES. London: H. Woodfall, 1768. [26] leaves (printed in triple columns). A fine copy. A magnificently bound and extravagantly extra-illustrated copy of The Book of Common Prayer, prepared for presentation to, or perhaps commissioned by, Samuel Rous, President of His Majesty's Council and Commander-in-Chief (i.e. governor) of Barbados, from 1766 to 1768. He also served again in 1772, the year indicated on the rear cover. The Rous family, Quakers residing in Barbados, were leading planters on the island since the late 1630s. The fifty-nine plates bound in this volume to complement the text were originally executed for THE LITURGY OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND; ILLUSTRATED WITH FIFTY NINE HISTORICAL AND EXPLANATORY SCULPTURES, ENGRAVED BY MESS. RAVENETT, GRIGNION, SCOTIN, CANOTT, WALKER, AND W. RYLAND, printed in London in 1755 by Edward Ryland. According to the titlepage, included here as one of the extra-illustrated plates, this work was published according to an act of Parliament on May 1, 1755. However, no copies of this 1755 title are recorded in OCLC or ESTC. In addition to The Book of Common Prayer and the engravings from THE LITURGY OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, this copy also contains a 1768 edition of A NEW VERSION OF THE PSALMS OF DAVID, first printed in 1698. Considering the recipient and the combined contents of the volume, these two texts and the extensive suite of engravings are bound in an appropriately sumptuous binding. Prepared for Samuel Rous, who served as governor of Barbados, the binding is a marvelous example of later 18th-century British bookbinding, with extensive gilt decoration on the covers and spine as described above. A fine copy of an elaborately decorated and illustrated volume, with a remarkable colonial-era provenance. GRIFFITHS, BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER 1769.5. Buchnummer des Verkäufers WRCAM 36078

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Thomas A. Biddle)

Verlag: Printed by John Baskett; Printed by Richard Ware, Oxford; London (1736)

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Buchbeschreibung: Printed by John Baskett; Printed by Richard Ware, Oxford; London, 1736. Hardcover. Six parts bound together: 1. The Book of Common Prayer (lacking the title page); 2. The Holy Bible (Illustrated with an undated engraved title page with a Richard Ware imprint, followed by the letterpress title page with a John Baskett imprint dated 1736); 3. The Apocrypha; 4. The New Testament (with John Baskett imprint dated 1735); 5. Index and Tables; 6. Concordance (with Richard Ware imprint dated 1732). Thick quarto. Signed by Thomas A. Biddle on the front free endpaper, with a later owner's signature just beneath. Bound-in after the Apocrypha are [9] manuscript pages giving a record of the Biddle family and related Philadelphia families. Contemporary full calf. Original worn binding re-backed on leather with later endleaves. The Book of Common Prayer lacking the title page and last leaf, the Holy Bible lacking one text leaf, and the Concordance lacking the final two leaves, else overall a good closely trimmed copy. An early 18th Century King James Bible owned by the Biddle family, a prominent Quaker family from Philadelphia. The nine-page family record begins in 1765 and spans the years from 1755 to 1830. The record also includes names from other prominent Philadelphia families, including the Cadwalladers and Dunlaps. The first entries are in the hand of Rebekah Cornell. In 1774 she married Clement Biddle, who was a close friend of George Washington and a Revolutionary war patriot. Their sons Thomas and Clement Jr. established the firm of Thomas A. Biddle & Co., Bankers and Brokers, in Philadelphia. A well-read family bible with a notable Philadelphia provenance. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 343534

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Buchbeschreibung: Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. FIRST ENGLISH BIBLE PRINTED AT OXFORD. Fine contemporary leather binding. Thick 4to. 9.0" x 6.75" Inches (LxB). Over 3" inches thick. With New Testament title & the extra engraved title present & both are dated 1675 & the Colophon is dated 1673; with The Book of Common Prayer, & the extra engraved title present and The Whole Book of Psalms; both with Oxford: at the Theater, 1675, on the title pages. Apocrypha, Blackletter text, With Book of Common Prayer (front) and Whole Book of Psalms (end). Fine original full calf leather boards with blind embossed designs to each board, spine rebacked in period style, with gilt decorations, 4 raised bands & 2 red gilt lettered morocco labels. First edition, first printing, first variant (colophon dated 1673) of the first English Bible ever printed at Oxford. Collates per Herbert 719. Psalms Collected into English metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others. Lacks general title; but 4 other titles dated 1675; Colophon dated 1673. Original full calf leather boards with blind embossed designs to each, spine with fine modern calf leather reback, new endpapers, some wear and scuffing to covers. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000820

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Buchbeschreibung: S. Potter & Co., J. Maxwell, printer, Philadelphia, 1821. 24mo, unpaginated, i.e. pp. [328]; 6 engraved sectional titles; text largely in double column; contemporary full straight-grain morocco, elaborately decorated in gilt with wide and ornate gilt-tooled borders on covers enclosing a central blindstamped panel in which is the name in gilt of an early owner, "Abigail Dimon / 1824," heavily gilt-decorated spine with gilt lettering, gilt edges and turn-ins, marbled endpapers, a.e.g.; fine copy of an ornate decorative American binding. The binding is possibly attributable to Henry I. Megarey of New York based on stylistic evidence. See Early American Bookbindings from the Collection of Michael Papantonio, no. 39. American Imprints 4701. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 45947

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Buchbeschreibung: John Baskett, 1735. Engraved frontispiece of St. Paul’s Cathedral Folio Extremities rubbed and a little worn, spine lightly sunned, still a superb copy; armorial bookplate of Sir Henry Streatfeild of Chiddingstone, later bookplate of Rupert Gunnis; typed note loosely inserted See Griffiths, The Bibliography of the Book of Common Prayer, p.157 Contemporary deep green goatskin, covers elaborately tooled in gilt with a wide border composed of a floral roll between a pair of fillets, raised bands; with the royal monogram of King George II tooled gilt in compartments, comprising of initials interwoven and surmounted by a crown, all edges gilt, outer edge of covers tooled gilt, marbled endpapers; title-page printed in red and black, printed in double-columns ruled red. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 17026

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Buchbeschreibung: Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. 1611 - 1610 Geneva - Breeches Bible. Gothic Blackletter typeface. Standard quarto in size, 8.6" x 6.5" x 3". Illustrated Genealogy, Psalter, Concordance, Book of Common Prayer, The Whole Book of Psalmes w/ Musical Staves, Full Calf, End Papers. Cotton rag. New Testament title date 1610 Original boards, new spine with gilt lettering and raised bands. Herbert #307, though missing "Certain Questions and Answers" typically included in Geneva Bibles. Pages generally good though some spots; binding tight, text complete other than Questions and Answers sheet. Boards in good condition as well, though some small scuffs, and some rubbed edges. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000829

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Verlag: London: Printed by John Baskett. Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb and Henry Hills, Deceased, 1714 (1714)

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Buchbeschreibung: London: Printed by John Baskett. Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb and Henry Hills, Deceased, 1714, 1714. (BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER) Folio. Engraved title page. Printed in black and red , ruled in red. Bound in full red morocco, richly gilt spine, six panels, raised bands, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 37200

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Church of England]

Verlag: Printed by P. Didot, Sen. and sold by W. Edwards and Sons, Halifax, Paris (1791)

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Buchbeschreibung: Printed by P. Didot, Sen. and sold by W. Edwards and Sons, Halifax, Paris, 1791. 12mo. Unpaged. In an Etruscan binding of full black straight-grained morocco with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., the flat spine divided into blind stamped panels separated by double decorative rules in gilt, the covers with decorative borders and cornerpieces in blind with a large central diamond pattern, double gilt fillet ruled borders, rolled gilt dentelles. This with a finely executed fore-edge painting of Spokeland, Lancaster County labeled on the flyleaf in ink "Spokeland" Jeff Weber in his "Annotated Dictionary of Fore-Edge Painting Artists & Binders", cites similar copies of this exact edition listed in in an Edward's catalogue of 1815, item 4262, also items 1379 and 1380 in another Edwards catalogue of 1820/21. "Every one of the fore-edge paintings mentioned in this catalogue is found on Etruscan calf bindings and none of the paintings are named or described." (Weber, p. 128).With the bookplate of Robert Mackenzie Beverley (1798-1868), author and magistrate. Some wear to spine with minimal crack to foot, else a sound and presentable copy. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 20161

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Verlag: University Press, Oxford (1855)

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Buchbeschreibung: University Press, Oxford, 1855. 12mo. The two volumes bound together dos a dos style. Full leather over deeply carved boards, each cover panel with gilt dots in the corners, the spines with gilt titles and simple gilt and blind ornaments in the uneven panels, marbled endpapers, the gilt edges heavily gauffered in cross hatched pattern, each cover with four ivory standoff buttons. An excellent and rare example of this binding style. Slight leather damage around one ivory button, all else fine. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 19842

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Bible, English. 1648 - 1682]

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Buchbeschreibung: Daniel + Barker + Daniel 1648-1682, London and Cambridge, 1648. Buchzustand: Very Good. Large 18mo. Very attractive contemporary calf, gilt, spine in compartments, covers with floral border, within which rich decoration comprising various floral and foliage tools, all edges gilt. Top compartment of spine somewhat worn (affecting part of gilt decoration), trifle wear to binding extremities; top edge of first endleaf torn away, 1" of lower corner of A2 torn affecting text. Normal age-toning to text but overall in very good antiquarian condition, suitable for exhibition and study. COLLATION: I: A16 [para]2 B-D18 E12. II: A-Y18 Z6 Aa2 (A1 = engraved title). III: A-B18. COMPLETE. FINE CONTEMPORARY DUTCH BINDING BY THE AMSTERDAM "QUATREFOIL BINDERY." -- This is a highly curious 17th-century Dutch binding of a rare type: tor obvious reasons, these texts would have been used only by a member of the Anglican church. According to Jan Storm van Leeuwen (private communication), the present binding belongs to the Amsterdam Quatrefoil Bindery ("Vierpasbinderij"), active from 1675-1725 (see van Leeuwen Vol. I, pp. 199-217). The present binding was certainly executed very near the date of publication 1682. Fine examples of 17th-century English Prayer books in elaborately decorated Dutch bindings are very uncommon. The British Library possesses two fine Dutch bindings on English imprints -- neither are sacred texts -- namely: Thomas Herbert, Numismata antiqua (London, 1746) bound by the Van Damme Bindery (BL 138B10) and Gabriele Faerno, Fabulae centum (London, 1743) bound by the Double Drawer Handle Tools Bindery (BL 141C11). COLLATIONS: Ad 1 (Book of Common Prayer): A16 [para]2 B-D18 E12 = 80 ff. NOT IN ESTC: the distinctive collation and imprint is simply not recorded therein. Ad 2 (Bible): A-Y18 Z6 Aa2 = 808 pp. Darlow & Moule 615. Ad 3 (Book of Psalms): A-B18 = 36 ff. ESTC R35754. LITERATURE: Storm van Leeuwen, Dutch decorated bookbinding in the eighteenth century, vol. I, pp. 199-217. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 1367

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Buchbeschreibung: Buchzustand: Very Good. and Administration of the Sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the Church, according to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland: together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in Churches. Pp. [448]; [bound with] THE WHOLE BOOK OF PSALMS, collected into English metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others; conferred with the Hebrew, set forth and allowed to be sung in all Churches. Pp. [224]; f'cap. 16mo; contemporary red straight grain morocco, the spine lettered and ruled in gilt, boards with single gilt rule border and gilt edges, a trifle soiled and slightly rubbed, with light scratch to upper board, the spine slightly faded and creased; a.e.g.; ribbon marker; marbled endpapers; bookplate on upper pastedown, much earlier (1816) ownership inscription on verso of upper free endpaper, a little light foxing and occasional slight soiling; printed at the Clarendon Press, by Bensley, Cooke, and Collingwood, printers to the University, Oxford, 1811 [the Book of Common Prayer] & John Reeves, London, n.d.'. [the Psalms]. Griffiths, The Bibliography of the Book of Common Prayer, 14. *With an early horizontal fore-edge painting (of Windsor Castle seen from the playing fields of Eton), beneath the gilt. Thomas Sternhold (died 1570) was the originator of the first generally accepted metrical version of the Psalms in England and Scotland. His earliest versions were probably composed during the reign of Henry VIII, but the only edition published in his lifetime was during the reign of Edward VI. The second edition, printed after his death, included seven extra psalms by John Hopkins. According to the Dictionary of National Biography : 'In the opinion of learned men of the time metrical versions more nearly represented the structure of the Hebrew psalms than prose, and for singing metre was a necessity. Sternhold . wished to substitute the Psalms of David for the "obscene" ballads of the court and people. Sternhold and Hopkins's version has had a larger circulation than any work in the language, except the authorised version of the Bible and the Book of Common Prayer. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 096621

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Book of Common Prayer

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Buchbeschreibung: Buchzustand: Very Good. And Administration of the Sacraments And other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to the use of The Church of England. [bound with] HYMNS ANCIENT AND MODERN for use in services of the church. Pp. xl+416+[iv]+480(last colophon), index of first lines of hymns; f'cap. 12mo; oyster silk, studded with tiny gilt rings and embroidered in colours & gilt with a design featuring butterflies, snails and birds surrounding a rose bush on the upper board and bunches of grapes on the lower board, the spine featuring 5 gilt compartments each containing an embroidered floral motif ; a.e.g.; marbled endpapers, a little light foxing; Oxford University Press, Oxford & William Clowes & Sons, London [Hymns], n.d.[c. 1899]. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 127378

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Buchbeschreibung: Bonham Norton and John Bill, Printers to the Kings Most Excellent Majestie, London, 1627. Full Leather. Buchzustand: Very Good. Both volumes rebound by the Guild of Women Binders together with new endpages into full tan leather with elaborate gilt decorations to the boards and the spine. All edges gilt. There is a small scuff to the leather at the head of the spine and some usual aging to the paper. Otherwise a lovely copy. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 12926

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Buchbeschreibung: Edinburgh: Printed by Sir J.H. Blair and J. Bruce, 1800, 1800. An early cloth binding with the unusual addition of gilt tooling on the endleaves and title page (FORE-EDGE PAINTING) 18mo. . Near contemporary blue cloth with floral gilt tooled border, rose silk endsheets with gilt tooled braid borders, title page with ornamental gilt tooled border, a.e.g. wih a vertical fore- edge painting of a flower. Provenance: Ownership signature of "Mary Lister May 18, 1804" on first blank. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 227046

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FORE-EDGE PAINTING] | BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER |

Verlag: Oxford: Printed at the Clarendon Press by J. Cooke and S. Collingwood, 1820. (1820)

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Buchbeschreibung: Oxford: Printed at the Clarendon Press by J. Cooke and S. Collingwood, 1820., 1820. With A Fore-Edge Scene of Oxford[FORE-EDGE PAINTING]. [CHURCH OF ENGLAND]. The Book of Common Prayer And Administration of the Sacraments. And Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the United Church of England and Ireland; Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as They are to be Sung or Said in Churches; and the Form and Manner of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons. Oxford: Printed at the Clarendon Press by J. Cooke and S. Collingwood, 1820.[Bound with] BRADY, Nicholas and Nahum Tate. A New Version of the Psalms of David, Fitted to Tunes Used in Churches. Oxford: Printed at the Clarendon Press by Samuel Collinwood, 1822.Octavo (8 1/4 x 5 1/8 in; 210 x 130 mm). Unpaginated (A-Rr8, Ss4; A-F8). Calendar and tables.Contemporary full crimson straight-grain morocco with triple fillet border in blind and panel with large gilt corner-pieces of volutes, curls and roundels enclosing a central masonic sunburst emblem in gilt with dove and Tetragrammaton to both covers. Heavily gilt tooled compartments and spine head and tail. Gilt rolls to edge corners. Gilt fillets to turn-ins. All edges gilt. With the crimson morocco bookplate of Christ's Church - Middlesex dated 1825. Housed in an early twentieth century red cloth slipcase.With a splendid early twentieth century fore-edge painting by an unknown hand depicting Folly Bridge and Bacon's Tower at Oxford. Folly Bridge is a stone bridge over the River Thames carrying the Abingdon Road, south from the center of Oxford, England. It was erected 1825–27, to designs of a little-known architect, Ebenezer Perry (died 1850), who practiced in London. The bridge is in two parts separated by an island. The origin of the name is uncertain, although it has been suggested that it originated about 1650 after a tenant of Bacon's study. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 02226

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