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ANTIQUARIAN BOOK

Historiarum Quæ Supersunt.

LIVIUS (Titus).

LIVIUS (Titus).

Historiarum Quæ Supersunt, Ex Recensione Arn. Drakenborchii. Cum Indice Rerum. Accedunt Gentes Et Familiæ Romanorum, Auctore R. Streinnio. Necnon Ernesti Glossarium Livianum, Auctius Nonnihil, Et In Locis Quamplurimis Emendatum.

Six volumes. 12mo. [177 x 105 x 205 mm]. Bound in contemporary marbled calf, smooth spines divided into six panels by gilt pallets, lettered in the second and fourth panels on blue goatskin labels, the others with rococo corner-pieces and three different floral centre tools, the edges of the boards hatched in gilt, plain endleaves, sprinkled edges. (Short cracks in two joints, slightly rubbed).
Oxonii: E Typographeo Clarendoniano, 1800.

Tear in volume 6 pp.453-456, without loss. A fine copy bound in marbled or "Spanish" calf with elegantly decorated spines.

Bookplate and signature of Sir Richard Paul Jodrell, Bart.

Stock no. ebc1291

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Price: £900

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