Coureas, Nicholas & Schabel, Christopher, eds.: The Cartulary of the Cathedral of Holy Wisdom of Nicosia. Nicosia: Cyprus Research Centre, 1997. First edition. Large 8vo., pp. 347. Hardback, gilt title to spine and upper board, light dusting to edges, almost fine. Cream dust-jacket, spine faintly sunned, a little shelf wear, very good. Gift inscription from Coureas to Prof. Averil Cameron to fly-leaf. Texts and Studies in the History of Cyprus, XXV. Ref: 52122
D'Aubigné, J. H. Merle: History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century. Religious Tract Society, London, n.d. (c.1855). Revised edition. 4 vols. in 1, 8vo., pp. xvi, 675, scattered light foxing to the preliminaries, bound in original purple cloth gilt by Westleys and Co., yellow endpapers, gilt device to front board, small worm hole to spine between first and second compartment, rubbed, corners bumped. Ref: 25378show full image..
D'Avray, D.L.: Death and the Prince. Memorial Preaching Before 1350. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994. First edition. 8vo., pp. xii, 315. Black cloth, gilt title to spine, light spotting to top edge, very good. Dust-jacket, some shelf wear, very good. Author inscription to Jonathan Riley-Smith to ffep, Riley-Smith bookplate to front paste-down. Ref: 51932
Dansey, William: Horae Decanicae Rurales. An Attempt to Illustrate [...] The Name and Title, the Origin, Appointment, and Functions, Personal and Capitular of Rural Deans. [...] London: J.G.F. & J Rivington, 1854. 2 vols. 8vo., pp. xliv, 428; 563. Contemp. calf, rebacked and relabelled with gilt lettering, some corners renewed. Binding a little stained and worn but very serviceable. A little foxing to endpapers. Ownership stamp of Rev. E.H. Firth to f.f.e.p. Ref: 37660show full image..
Delumeau, Jean: (Nicholson, Eric, trans.:) Sin and Fear: the Emergence of a Western Guilt Culture, 13th-18th Centuries. New York: St, Martin's Press, 1990. 8vo., pp.x, 677, [i]. Green cloth, gilt title to spine. Top edge a little dusty but almost fine. Ref: 51605
den Boeft, J. & van Poll-van de Lisdonk, M.L., eds.: The Impact of Scripture in Early Christianity. Leiden: Brill, 1999. First edition. 8vo., pp. xiv, 281. Blue cloth, gilt title to spine and upper board, edges lightly dusted, near fine. Dust-jacket, some shelf wear, very good. Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae, formerly Philosophia Patrum, Texts and Studies of Early Christian Life and Language, vol. XLIV. Ref: 51933
Dewick, E.S. (ed.): Facsimiles of Horae de Beata Maria Virgine from English Mss. of the Eleventh Century. London: Harrison & Sons, 1902. First edition. 4to., pp. xiv, 72 + 28 leaves of plates. Dark blue cloth, gilt to spine, gilt and blind stamped to upper board, endcaps and corners worn, upper hinge just starting to split but binding still sound, a little rubbed and dusted but still good. Edges uncut. 'Ex Libris K.K. Wood' bookplate to front paste-down. With a Presentation letter from the author to Mr. (Sydney?) Cockerell loosely inserted. Issued to members of the 'Henry Bradshaw Society', vol. XXI. Ref: 50908
Deyermond, Alan (ed.): A Century of British Medieval Studies. Oxford University Press for The British Academy, 2007. First edition. 8vo., pp. xxi, 801. Cloth, gilt-lettered, edges a little dusted, almost fine. Ref: 33431
[Diamond Classics] Tasso, Torquato: La Gerusalemme Liberata. Londra [London]: G. Pickering, 1822. First volume only, of two. 48mo. (87 x 47mm), pp. [iv], 199, [i] + engraved portrait frontispiece and additional title-page. Text in Italian. A few light smudges here and there, small ink blot to additional title-page. Contemporary brownish grey cloth. A little rubbed with some small marks, a few leaves unopened at head edge, but still good. Early 20th-century inscription of A.C. Bernard to additional title-page verso. A volume in Pickering's famous 'Diamond Classics' series. Ref: 51869
[Diamond Classics] Tasso, Torquato: La Gerusalemme Liberata. London: William Pickering, 1822. 2 vols. in 1. 24mo., pp. [iv], 199, [i]; [iii], 204-405, [iii], + portrait frontispiece and additional engraved frontispiece, including single-leaf publisher's catalogue at rear. Some toning to frontis, additional title-page and title-page but otherwise clean.Contemporary black morocco with gilt spine, borders and dentelles, a.e.g., scarlet endpapers. Joints a little rubbed but still a very good, attractively-bound copy. Ownership inscription of Elizabeth Frances Drury (b.1809) of Harrow to a preliminary blank. She was the daughter of respected Classical scholar and Harrow School master Henry Joseph Thomas Drury (1778–1841). First issue of this edition from Pickering's 'Diamond Classics' series. Dedicated to George John, 2nd Earl Spencer (1758-1834), the renowned bibliophile. Keynes p.63, 91 Ref: 51908