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    Richard Baker. A Chronicle of the Kings of England. London: Samuel Ballard, Benj. Mott, et al., 1730. Folio. 918 pages. Contemporary full calf. Hinges and joints broken; boards hanging on by cords. Otherwise, a sound copy, internally clean. Very good.

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    This lot contains: A Chronicle of the Kings of England, from the Times of the Romans Government, to the Death of King James the First. Folio. [22], 918 pages, plus index. Engraved half-title page. Contemporary full calf over boards. Inlaid leather panels to boards with blind-stamped borders and designs. Raised bands. Gilt lettering on morocco title label to spine. Corners bumped, with some loss to leather. Binding cracked and scuffed. Hinges and joints broken, boards holding by bindery cords. Minor foxing and discoloration to the pages throughout. Overall, a sound copy, internally clean, in very good condition.

    ESTC T90186. STC.

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    February, 2010
    11th-12th Thursday-Friday
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