Early English Imprints, Three Titles.
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Early English Imprints, Three Titles. Including: Joshua Sprigge's (1618-1684) Anglia Rediviva, London: R.W. for Partridge, 1647, small folio, woodcut arms frontispiece, typographical table (torn), no plates, contemporary calf (worn); Seneca's Morals, London: Freeman, 1688, octavo, fourth edition, trans. Roger L'Estrange, contemporary leather, boards detached, stains; [and] Pearson's Opera, London: Roycroft, Clavell, & Tooke, 1688, quarto, contemporary boards (quite worn, ex library). (3)
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