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120p. Number 206 of 250 copies. In original orange/brown cloth with leather lettering piece to spine, a little worn. Lettering piece very worn Pages, top edge red, others untrimmed. End papers browned and stained. First section a little loose. Attractive bookplate of D.G. Bridson to front pastedown. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Titel: Miscellanea from the works of John Sheffield...
Verlag: Haworth Press
Einband: Hard Cover
Buchbeschreibung The Haworth Press, (Halifax), 1933. Russet linen with black leather spine label gilt, 8vo., 120, (2) pages. Partially unopened. One of 250 numbered copies. Slight offsetting to flyleaves, minute edgewear, else a very near fine copy, in archival mylar. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 001683
Buchbeschreibung [by William Patterson Ltd for] The Haworth Press, [Halifax], 1933. Coat of arms on the title and woodcut of a griffin on the colophon. 8vo. [225 x 148 x 16 mm]. 120,  pp. Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (signed with a gilt pallet on front turn-in) in brown niger goatskin, the spine divided into six panels, lettered in gilt in the second, the edges of the boards tooled with a gilt roll, plain endleaves, top edge gilt, the others untrimmed. (Spine a little faded). Limited to 250 copies, of which this is no.13 of 20 bound in whole niger. A very good copy. John Sheffield (1648-1721), 3rd Earl of Mulgrave and 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, was a patron of Dryden and friend of Pope and a statesman who held high office but was "neither esteemed nor beloved". He wrote an Essay upon Satire, which cost Dryden a beating at the hands of Rochester's bravoes, and an Essay upon Poetry (1682). Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers ebc4449