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    Homer. James Macpherson, trans. The Iliad of Homer in Three Volumes. Dublin: Thomas Ewing, 1773. Krown & Spellman retail: $500. Second edition, corrected. 8vo. 3 vols. xvi, 237, 286, [2], 269, [1] pp.
    Contemporary calf, worn, volume one with front cover detached, other volumes hinges with scotch tape. Minor worm hole to volume two, lower outer margin, no affect, some foxing, few corner creases. Library stamp to titles and few leaves, edge of text block. Old owner's signature. All title pages in red and black print. Rare. From the Krown & Spellman Collection.

    More Information: No auction records, not in usual bibliographical texts. ESTC T186743.

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    16th Thursday
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