Strutt, Joseph: (Hone, William, ed.:) The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England; Including the Rural and Domestic Recreations, May Games, Mummeries, Shows, Processions, Pageants, and Pompous Spectacles, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. London: Printed for Thomas Tegg and Son, 1834. New edition with index. 8vo., pp.lxvii, [i], 420. Many illustrations in the text. Very faintly toned, occasional small smudges, title-page and endpapers a little dusty. Publisher's boards, backed in green cloth with printed paper label, edges uncut. Cocked, spine much faded, small loss to top left corner of label, a few marks, edges worn. A good sound copy in an interesting, unsophisticated binding. This 'New' edition is the third, the first edition having appeared in 1801 and the second (in fact just an incorrect reprint, according to Hone's preface) in 1810, the year of Strutt's death. Ref: 51268
Stylianou, Andreas & Stylianou, Judith A.: The Painted Churches of Cyprus. Treasures of Byzantine Art. London: Trigraph (for the A.G. Leventis Foundation), 1985. First edition. Large 8vo., pp. 517. Brown cloth, gilt title to spine and upper board, small faint mark to bottom corner of upper board, another small mark to upper board near top edge by spine, edges lightly dusted, otherwise almost fine. White dust-jacket, spine discoloured with some toning to covers, a bit grubby with some shelf wear, two price stickers to front flap, very good. Ref: 52119
Swarzenski, Hanns: Vorgotische Miniaturen die Ersten Jahrhunderte Deutscher Malerei. Leipzig: Karl Robert Langwiesche, 1927. Large 8vo., pp. 110, [ii]. Vellum, small blank black label to spine. Somewhat grubby, but very good. MS note to preliminary blank dating binding to April 1930, with binder's stamp. Ref: 41958show full image..
Terpstra, Nicholas, (ed.:) The Art of Executing Well. Rituals of Execution in Renaissance Italy. Truman State University Press, 2008. 8vo., pp.xiv, 354. Blue cloth, gilt title to spine and upper board. Near fine. Ref: 51632
Theophilus: (Dodwell, C.R., ed.:) [The Various Arts.] De Diversis Artibus. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1961. First edition. 8vo., pp. lxxvii, 178. Cloth, gilt-lettered, 3cm erosion of surface to spine, smaller surface erosion to headcap, corners, endcaps and top edge of upper board bumped, edges slightly dusted, top edge red. Latin text with parallel English translation and accompanying introduction and notes. Ref: 48527
Thoresby, Ralph; Whitaker, Thomas Dunham: Ducatus Leodiensis: or, the Topography of the Ancient and Populous Town and Parish of Leedes, and Parts Adjacent, in the West-Riding of the Country of York [...]; Loidis and Elmete: or, an Attempt to Illustrate the Districts Described in Those Words by Be Leeds: printed by B. Dewhirst, for Robinson, Son and Holdsworth; and John Hurst, Wakefield, 1816. Second edition. 2 vols., folio (445 x 280mm), pp. [iv], xvi, [i], xvii, [i], 267, [iii], 123, [i], 159, [i], 11, [i] + 10 plates + folding pedigrees of 16 families; pp. [iv], 404, 2, 80 + 58 plates on 54 leaves + 15 folding pedigrees. All plates and pedigrees as called for. Decorative initials and further engraved illustrations in the text. Occasional toning (mostly to plate-adjacent leaves), sporadic foxing. Contemporary half green morocco, spines ornately gilt with red and green labels, marbled paper-covered boards, marbled endpapers. Rubbed, joints, edges and corners worn, some scratches and light scrapes but still a very good, sturdy set. Thoresby (1658–1725) began work on his great project in the late 1690s, and the first edition of Ducatus Leodiensis was published in 1715. 'This was not the first topographical publication of importance about a provincial town but it was the first work of importance by a Yorkshire antiquary. Attached to the main body of the text was a catalogue of the Musaeum Thoresbyanum and the volume included a very fine map of the area. Ducatus was published by subscription and was dedicated to Peregrine Osborne, marquess of Carmarthen and heir apparent to the duke of Leeds, and to the mayor of Leeds and aldermen of Leeds. About 2000 copies were printed and sold for £3.' (ODNB) Ref: 51438
Troitskij, I.E.: [Arsenius and the Arsenites.] Arsenij i Arsenity. With an Introduction by John Meyendorff. London: Variorum Reprints, 1973. 8vo., pp. vii, 541. Red cloth gilt, a little light shelf wear, no dust-jacket, a very good copy. Arsenios Autoreianos, c.1200 – c.1273, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople. Ref: 25699
Wade-Evans, A.W.: The Emergence of England and Wales. Cambridge: W. Heffer & Sons Ltd, 1959. Second edition, 8vo., pp. viii, 160 + frontispiece. Brown cloth, a little rubbed to head and tail, corners slightly bumped. Top edge dusty. Dustwrapper considerably creased to edges, very small chips to head and tail. Very good only. Ref: 40867
Welford, Richard (ed.:) History of Newcastle and Gateshead. In the 14th and 15th Centuries; In the 16th Century; In the 16th and 17th Centuries. London: Walter Scott, (c.1885.) 3 vols. 8vo., pp. xii, 455; viii, 547; viii, 464. Some browning to margins, otherwise internally clean. Green cloth, Newcastle coat of arms gilt to front boards. Spines cocked and slightly darkened, endcaps frayed, corner-tips bumped, some tiny stains to cloth, a little rubbing and wear to extremities. Still a good, sound set. Ex Libris bookplate of W.R. Innes Hopkins to each front paste-down. Ref: 35068show full image..
White, Donald A.: Litus Saxonicum. The British Saxon Shore in Scholarship and History. University of Wisconsin, 1961. 8vo., pp. vi, 122. Blue cloth, white title to spine and upper board. Rubbed, a few marks, corners a little frayed but still a good copy overall. Leeds University Library bookplate and stamp to front paste-down, plus library stamp to title-page verso. Ref: 51208