CATO: Or, An Essay On Old-Age/Laelius: or, An Essay On Friendship [two volumes] [two fore-edge paintings: St. Paul's/Blackfriars Bridge and Trafalgar Square/equestrian statue of Charles I]

J. Doddsley: London, 1777. Hardcover. Very Good. Item #21-7644

Fore-edges, 8 x 5", full green leather, gilt dentelles/inner dentelles, gilt dec spine, red spine labels, aeg, marbled endpapers, 343pp; 319pp, Leather rubbed, scuffed/scraped, shelfworn, spines darkened, volume I front cover, ffep and blank page detached, bookplates of Sir Richard Vivyan and Helen Hanle Madison, ink name of Sir Richard on the title pages, contents good to very good condition, textblock tight. Beautifully bound. TWO FORE-EDGE PAINTINGS. VOLUME I: ST. PAUL'S AND BLACKFRIAR'S BRIDGE, SHOWS THREE MEN ON A WALL GESTURING TOWARDS DOCKED FISHING BOATS. VOLUME 2: TRAFALGAR SQUARE & EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF CHARLES I, SHOWS CARRIAGES, PEOPLE WALKING OR STANDING IN FRONT OF THE STATUE. Very detailed, attractive. Two volumes, sold as a set.

Price: $1,450.00

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