Anglo-Saxon and Old English Vocabularies, by Thomas Wright. Second edition. Edited and collated by Richard Paul Wulcker. 2 vols [‘Vocabularies’; ‘Indices’]. London: Trubner & Co., 1884. xviii, 814 pp/cols.; [iv], 485 pp. 8vo. Ex library with usual stamps and stickers. Publisher’s green cloth binding with gilt titling to spine and embossed black border ornamentation to boards. Binding worn and bumped, library shelfmark to heel in white pen, pages browned, title page and rear pages slightly foxed. A very rare set.
Wright, Thomas; Wulcker, Richard Paul (ed.), Anglo-Saxon and Old English Vocabularies, Trubner & Co., 1884
MARKHAM, Christopher A., Pewter Marks and Old Pewter Ware. Domestic and Ecclesiastical. With about 100 Illustrations, 200 Facsimile Marks and 1,000 Full Descriptions of Touches from the Touch Plates at Pewterers’ Hall, as well as other Marks obtained from Various Sources. List of Members of the Pewterers’ Company, from 1450 to the Present Time, etc., Reeves and Turner, 1909
VAN HAESTENS, Henrick (attrib.); DAVIES, John (trans.), Apocalypsis, or, The Revelation Of certain notorious Advancers of Heresie Wherein their Visions and private Revelations by Dreams, are discovered to be most incredible blasphemies, and enthusiastical dotages: Together with an account of their Lives, Actions, and Ends. Whereunto are added the effigies of seventeen (who excelled the rest in rashness, impudence and lying,) done in Copper Plates. Faithfully and impartially translated out of the Latine by J. D., Printed by E. Tyler, for John Saywell, 1655