This is a limited boxed edition of Margaret Mitchell’s lost laysen. Signed by the editor Debra Freer 300 of these special editions were published and signed and include a copy of a Margaret Mitchell letter. This is book #226 There is a light pen mark on the back side of the box.
This is a 1947 first edition of The Quadrant and the Quill by Cyril Ernest Kenney, F.S.I. Inscribed to a captain James Allen in 1947 and signed by the Author. The book is in good condition with no rips, stains or tearing to the pages. The cover does have shelf wear as shown in the photos. C.E.Kenney wrote this book in honor of Captain Samuel Sturmy, an author of the “Mariner’s Magazine”, 1669. Many pages of early maritime & navigation tracts
This is the second edition of the works of the Roman poet Claudius Claudianus produced by Nicolaas Heinsius, 1620-1681, who was the only son of Daniel Heinsius. It was first published in 1650. Nicolaas never held any academic post. Let us see what Sandys tells about this genius: ‘His practice in versification, his wide reading in classical and post-classical Latin, and his knowledge of Greek literature made him an accomplished scholar. As a textual critic he had acquired an extensive knowledge of various readings by his study of MSS’. And: ‘In making his selection from the vast mass of variants, he was guided by a fine taste and a sound…
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Like new condition with plastic covers. Only 1000 copies of this were printed Vintage Store
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