Clemoes, Peter, et al. (eds.): Anglo-Saxon England 2. Cambridge University Press, 2007. Reprint of 1973 first edition. 8vo., pp. x, 333. Paperback. Other than shelf-wear and dusting to edges, as new. Ref: 53124
Coffey, John: Politics, Religion and the British Revolutions. Cambridge University Press, 1997. 8vo., pp. xii, 304. Hardback: brown cloth, gilt-lettered to spine. endpapers discoloured along hinges (for no discernable reason), edges lightly bumped. Dust-jacket, mildly shelf-worn with creasing to edges. Still, a very good copy. Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History series. Ref: 53746
Cohen, Helen Louise: The Ballade. New York: Columbia University Press, 1915. First edition. 8vo, pp. [xvii], 397. Slight toning, else a very good copy. Blue cloth, boards and spine gilt, upper hinge loosening, a bit faded in places, but still very good. Bookplate of Brenda M Cook to front pastedown. Ref: 53530
Cohn, Norman: Noah's Flood. The Genesis Story in Western Thought. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996. 8vo., pp. xii, 154. Hardback: blue cloth, gilt-lettered to spine, fine. Dust-jacket, creased and lightly scuffed to edges otherwise very good. Ref: 53745
Collinson, Patrick: The Elizabethan Puritan Movement. London: Jonathan Cape, 1967. First edition. 8vo, pp. 528. Maps as endpapers. Hardback: quarter green cloth with cream buckram boards, gilt-lettered to spine, a slight bow to upper board and a hint of dust to edges, still very good. Dust-jacket, rather shelf-worn and a little grubby, with creasing to top edge and tears to corners and head of spine, good only. Ref: 53753
Condren, Conal & Cousins, A. D. (eds.): The Political Identity of Andrew Marvell. Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1990. First edition. 8vo., pp. ix, 221. Hardback: black cloth, silver-lettered, fine. Dust-jacket, light shelf-wear only, very good. Includes an essay by William Lamont, and from his library although with no evidence of ownership. Ref: 53736
Cook, S. A.; Adccock, F. E.; Charlesworth, M. P. (eds.): The Cambridge Ancient History: Volume IX. The Roman Republic 133-44 B.C. Cambridge University Press, 1982. 8vo., pp. xxxi, 1023 + maps, plans and tables, many fold-out. Hardback: burgundy cloth, gilt-lettered to spine. Edges dust-stained, a touch of toning to margins but contents very good. Dust-jacket, spine sun-faded, fraying to edges with several small nicks and one 1cm closed tear to upper top corner, otherwise still good. First published 1932, reprinted with slight corrections 1951, with a further four reprints before this one in 1982. Ref: 53908show full image..
Cook, S. A.; Adccock, F. E.; Charlesworth, M. P.; Baynes, N. H. (eds.): The Cambridge Ancient History: Volume XII. The Imperial Crisis and Recovery A.D. 193-324. Cambridge University Press, 1981. 8vo., pp. xxx, 849 + maps, plans and table. Hardback: burgundy cloth, gilt-lettered to spine. Edges mildly dust-stained but contents very good. Dust-jacket, just a hint of sun-fading to spine and dustiness to white back cover, edges creased with several small nicks and one 1cm closed tear to top edge of front cover, still good. First published 1939, with four reprints before this one in 1981. Ref: 53909show full image..
Cooper, Thomas: Thesaurus Linguae Romanae & Britannicae [...]. London: 1584. Folio. pp., wanting first and last blank. Decorated initials, double column. Title a bit soiled, intermittent light marginal water staining, heavier to first and last gathering, ancient repair to upper outer blank corner of A2, small clean tears to few margins, one with loss touching text to upper margin of 3E2, two more to outer blank margin of 3F and lower outer blank corner of 4Q2, slight toning, small ink splash to 2H4-5 and 2V6. Recently rebound in goatskin using early 19th-century marbled endpapers. Bookplate of Desmond Morris to front pastedown; autograph Tho: Beach to ffep and R.H. Whitehurst 1803 to fly; ex-libris Francis Garbet 1654 to verso of 7M5; monogram Th.M.(?) inked to 3O2; occasional 17th-century marginalia. Third edition of this monumental Latin-English dictionary authored by Thomas Cooper, later Bishop of Winchester. It was inspired by Thomas Elyot's own Latin dictionary, which Cooper completed after Elyot's death. The ex-libris of Francis Garbet, dated 1654, points to the clergyman of Wroxceter who was Richard Baxter's instructor in theology during his early years. One of the marginalia refers to Cardinal Bellarmine's doctrines. The copy was more recently in the collection of Desmond Morris, author of "The Naked Ape" (1967). ESTC S121950; STC (2nd ed.), 5689. Ref: 53172show full image..
Coulton, G. G.: Art and the Reformation. Cambridge University Press, 1953. 8vo, pp. xxii, 622 + illustrated frontispiece and illustrations. A very good copy. Blue cloth, title gilt to spine, a bit faded, but still very good. Second edition. First printed in 1928. Ref: 53479