Philips' Model of the Human Body (Female). Edited by W.S. Furneaux.
London: George Philip & Son, Ltd., 32 Fleet Street, E.C.4. Philip, Son & Nephew, Ltd., Liverpool, 1. [n.d., c.1920.]
Tall folio, illustrated front board, cloth spine; pp. 16, with four full-length illustrations of the female body, each with overlays and a half-size illustration of a pregnancy, with one overlay. Covers worn, Foyles label on inner front board. Silverfish loss on frontboard. An anatomical study of the female body.
[Ref: 41808] £160.00
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Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard. A New Edition.
London: Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall Mall MDCCLXXI .
8vo, limp marbled boards; pp. 18, engraved frontis. and two plates in text. Edges of plates trimmed by binder, pencil marks on titlepage. Thomas Gray's famous elegy, first published 1751 by Robert Dodsley, which introduced the phrases 'The Paths of Glory', 'Far from the Madding Crowd', 'The unlettered muse' & 'Kindred spirit' to the English language. This edition was issued to mark Gray's death by James Gray, his brother and heir.
[Ref: 41807] £65.00
The Traveller, a Poem. By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.
London: Printed for T. Carnan and F. Newbery jun.r. [n.d., c.1774.]
8vo., disbound; title with engraved vignette, pp. iv + 23. Trimmed at bottom, losing end of publisher's inscription and at least one line of the poem on several pages. The vignette shows the traveller, engraved by Grignion after Samuel Wale.
[Ref: 42442] £80.00