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De Cros, Pierre:(Williman, Daniel, ed.:) The Letters of Pierre de Cros: Chamberlain to Pope Gregory XI (1371-1378). Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2009. 8vo., pp. xvii, 128. Hardback: laminated decorative boards. New, still in publisher's shrink-wrap. Volume 356 in the ACMRS Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies series.   Ref: 53642 
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De Gretham, Robert: (Blumreich, Kathleen Marie, ed.:) The Middle English "Mirror": An Edition Based on Bodleian Library, MS Holkham misc. 40. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, 2002. 8vo., pp. xlv, 558. Hardback: green cloth, gilt-lettered. Dust-jacket. A little shelf-wear to corners and edges but clean and unread: very good. With an Introduction and Glossary by the editor.   Ref: 53390 
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De Halacsy, E.: Conspectus Florae Graecae, Volumes I-III & Supplements I-II. Lehre: Verlag von J. Cramer, 1968. Reprint. 3 vols. and 2 supplements bound as 2 vols., 8vo., pp. [viii], 825, [i]; [vi], 612; [ii], xxv, [i], 519; [v], 132; 105, [i]. Only very slightly toned, clean within. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spines. A little scuffed, some corners bumped, edges a bit dusty with a scatter of light foxing to endpapers but very good. Reprint of the editions originally published 1901, 1902 & 1904 (vols. I-III) and 1908 & 1912 (supplements I-II). Tome LXVIII, parts 1 and 2 in J.Cramer and H.K. Swann's Historiae Naturalis Classica series.   Ref: 51973  show full image..
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De La Sale, Antoine: ( Krueger, Roberta L. & Taylor, Jane H. M., trans.:) A Late Medieval Education in Love and Chvalry. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014. First edition thus. 8vo., pp. xxv, 237. Illustrations to text. Hardback: cream cloth, gilt-lettered to spine. Dust-jacket. Unread, a hint only of shelf-wear: almost as new.   Ref: 53627 
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De Pizan, Christine: (Anslay, Brian, trans; Johnston, Hope, ed.:) The Boke of the Cyte of Ladyes. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2014. 8vo., pp. 624. Hardback: laminated boards. New: unopened in publisher's shrink-wrap. Volume 457 in the ACMRS Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies series.   Ref: 53701 
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De Voiture, Vincent: Les lettres de Mr de Voiture. Cologne: Jacques le Jeune, 1685. 12mo. pp. [12], 565, [11], including engraved title from 1687 Brussels edition. Woodcut initials and ornaments. Slight browning or marginal foxing, engraved title and verso of last leaf little dust-soiled. Contemporary vellum over boards. Little rubbed, few ancient stains, traces of red wax to pastedown.   Ref: 53273  show full image..
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Dearn, T. D. W.: An Historical, Topographical and Descriptive Account of the Weald of Kent. Cranbrook: S. Reader, 1814. First edition. 4to. pp. [4], (vii), [1], (lvi), 277, [1], (vi). With 9 steel-engraved plates. Edges untrimmed and somewhat dust-soiled, offsetting from plates, slight foxing to first few leaves, occasionally elsewhere. Modern half calf over marbled boards, raised bands, spine gilt, gilt-lettered morocco label. Couple of small stains to rear cover. Bookplate of Ernest Bryan Gipps to front pastedown. Superbly-illustrated work on the history and topography of Kent. Each chapter is devoted to a locality, including Ashurst, Cranbrook, Leigh, High Halden, Tunbridge and the Ilse of Oxney. The section of Penshurst, immortalised by Ben Jonson, includes an account focusing on the 16th century, with mentions of Sir Philip Sidney. In addition to an engraved map of the Weald of Kent, 8 further steel-engraved plates - designed by the author and cut by M. Dubourg - illustrate city and country views of Cranbrook, Hemsted Benenden (its mansion and church), Bonnington Church and the remains of Trinity Chapel, Angley House, Elfords (Hawkhurst), Moor House and Fowlers (Hawkhurst).   Ref: 53179  show full image..
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[Diamond Classics] Catullus; Tibullus; Propertius: (Opera). Londini [London]: Impensis G. Pickering, 1824. 48mo. (81 x 48 mm), pp. [4], 93, [1], [2] (last 2pp. with Pickering book catalogue), without engraved frontispiece and engraved title-page called for by Keynes. Light age yellowing, the odd spot. Publisher's dark cloth, paper label (a bit browned). Head and foot of spine bumped. From Pickering's famous 'Diamond Classics' series. Dedicated to George John, 2nd Earl Spencer (1758-1834), renowned bibliophile, and exquisitely printed in diamond type by C. Corrall. A generally clean copy with generous margin, in dark cloth, at 6s, as recorded by Keynes. Keynes, p.56.   Ref: 53686  show full image..
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[Diamond Classics] Catullus; Tibullus; Propertius: (Opera). Londini [London]: G. Pickering, 57 Chancery Lane (colophon: Excudebat C. Corrall, Charing Cross), 1824. 48mo. (90 x 53 mm), pp. [iv], 61, [i], 46, 93, [i] + engraved frontispiece by Stothard, engraved title-page and a single-leaf catalogue for the 'Diamond' series at rear. A little light foxing to frontispiece and engraved title-page, old pencilled stock code to r.f.e.p.. Publisher's dark blue buckram, slightly toned paper label to spine. A bit rubbed, spine faded, top corner of upper board lightly bumped, very good overall. From Pickering's famous 'Diamond Classics' series. Dedicated to George John, 2nd Earl Spencer (1758-1834), renowned bibliophile, and exquisitely printed in diamond type by C. Corrall. Keynes, p.56.   Ref: 49759  show full image..
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[Diamond Classics] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Libri de Officiis, de Senectute et de Amicitia. Londinii [London]: typis C. Corrall, impensis Gul. Pickering, 1821. 48mo. (80 x 45 mm), pp. [8], 155, [4]. Frontispiece with engraved author's portrait and engraved title. Engraved portrait and title a bit dust-soiled, second title and edges dusty, light age browning, the odd spot. Contemporary full calf, boards gilt ruled, spine gilt, marbled endpapers. Joints cracked but firm, corners a little bumped. Contemporary autograph J. Vanderzee(?) to ffep; another later, illegible, to fly. From Pickering's famous 'Diamond Classics' series. Dedicated to George John, 2nd Earl Spencer (1758-1834), renowned bibliophile, and exquisitely printed in diamond type by C. Corrall. Keynes, p.58.   Ref: 53677  show full image..
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