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  1. The Iliad.
    New Arrival

    The Iliad. 1827

    £175

    A very attractively bound duodecimo edition of Pope’s famous translation of Homer’s Iliad, this copy with gilt stamps of the City of Glasgow to both boards and a lengthy Glasgow school prize plate dated 1845 to the front pastedown. Read more

  2. Argonautica
    New Arrival

    Argonautica 1496

    £47,500

    Editio princeps. A remarkable presentation copy, inscribed on the verso of the final blank from the Greek scholar Robert Pember to his friend and student Roger Ascham: “R. Pemberi hunc librum dono dedit Rogero Aschamo testi magistro Fitzerbert et multis aliis.” The presentation inscription brings …Read more

  3. P. Virgilii Maronis Opera.
    New Arrival

    P. Virgilii Maronis Opera. 1798

    £750

    Scottish philosopher Sir William Hamilton’s copy, presented to him while a pupil in his third year at Glasgow Grammar School, with his prize plate dated 1801 to the front pastedown. Hamilton (1788-1856) entered the school at the age of nine, and began taking Greek and …Read more

  4. Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion.

    Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion. 1833

    £950

    First Bentley edition, second overall, also the first one-volume edition. Bentley bought the copyrights of all Jane Austen’s works to include them in his Standard Novels series, apparently aiming at the private buyer, as circulating libraries still had copies of the originals. Bentley later reissued …Read more

  5. Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion.

    Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion. 1833

    £2,000

    First Bentley edition, second overall, also the first one-volume edition. Bentley bought the copyrights of all Jane Austen’s works to include them in his Standard Novels series, apparently aiming at the private buyer, as circulating libraries still had copies of the originals. Bentley later reissued …Read more

  6. Sense and Sensibility.

    Sense and Sensibility. 1833

    £3,000

    First Bentley edition, third overall, also the first one-volume edition. Bentley bought the copyrights of all Jane Austen’s works to include them in his Standard Novels series, apparently aiming at the private buyer, as circulating libraries still had copies of the originals. Bentley later reissued …Read more

  7. The Journal of a Disappointed Man.

    The Journal of a Disappointed Man. 1919

    £475

    First edition, first impression, very rare in the dust jacket. The preface by H.G. Wells led some reviewers to believe the journal was a work of fiction by Wells himself; Wells publicly denied this but the true identity of “Barbellion” was not known by the …Read more

  8. The Tale of the Great Persian War from the Histories of Herodotus.

    The Tale of the Great Persian War from the Histories of Herodotus. 1861

    £200

    First edition. Attractive copy of one of the author’s historical works “which were widely read and much admired at the time but were not of permanent scholarly significance” (ODNB). Classical Examination Prize bookplate made out to C.W.C. Oman to the front pastedown. Charles Oman, best …Read more

  9. The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus.

    The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus. 1935

    £1,500

    First Nonesuch Press edition, limited to 675 copies of which this is number 312. A superb example of book design and presswork, and a very handsome copy, with the spine comparatively unfaded. Read more

  10. The Satyricon of Petronius. A New Translation with Introduction and Notes.

    The Satyricon of Petronius. A New Translation with Introduction and Notes. 1902

    £475

    First edition, in the publisher’s deluxe half vellum, of this translation (falsely attributed by the publisher to “Sebastian Melmoth”, a.k.a. Oscar Wilde) of the Satyricon of Petronius, one of the few surviving novels of Classical Rome, from a limited edition of 515 copies, this one …Read more

  11. The Iliad.

    The Iliad. 1931

    £675

    First Nonesuch Press edition, number 1047 of 925 copies for sale in England and 525 for the United States, printing the Greek text in parallel with the English translation of Alexander Pope. Read more

  12. The Transformation of Lucius, otherwise known as The Golden Ass.

    The Transformation of Lucius, otherwise known as The Golden Ass. 1950 [i.e. 1951]

    £150

    First Robert Graves edition, first impression. Signed limited edition, number 1,729 of 2,000 copies only signed by Graves. The Golden Ass is the only ancient novel to survive in its entirety, and was an inspiration for Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Read more

  13. Ovid’s Epistles: with his Amours.

    Ovid’s Epistles: with his Amours. 1727

    £750

    First Dublin edition, very scarce, of this collection of translations of Ovid’s poetry, preceding the more common London edition by Tonson of 1729, and preceded only by the first edition, London, Tonson, 1725. This is the rarest of the three early editions, with OCLC recording …Read more

  14. Specimen Poeseos Persicae,

    Specimen Poeseos Persicae, 1771

    £2,750

    First edition of any substantial part of the Hafiz corpus in the original Persian, compiled by Austro-Hungarian diplomat and Persianist Count Karl Emmerich Reviczky (1737-1793). With the bookplate of Frances Mary Richardson Currer (1785-1861), “England’s earliest female bibliophile” (ODNB), whose famous library at Eshton Hall, …Read more

  15. Tales From Ovid.

    Tales From Ovid. 1998

    £600

    First edition, first impression. Number 27 of a limited edition of 300 numbered copies signed by the author and specially bound by Smith Settle. It won the Whitbread Award in 1997. Read more

  16. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland; Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.

    Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland; Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There. 1973

    £750

    A lovely copy of Carroll’s classic novels, with all the original illustrations by Tenniel. Read more

  17. The Agamemnon.

    The Agamemnon. 1831

    £175

    First edition thus, Agamemnon’s great tragedy translated by John S. Harford with engraved illustrations, two of which were designed by John Flaxman. Read more

  18. C. Julius Caesar’s Commentaries of his Wars in Gaul, and Civil War with Pompey.

    C. Julius Caesar’s Commentaries of his Wars in Gaul, and Civil War with Pompey. 1737

    £950

    Sixth edition, the first was published in 1705. Bladen’s early education was in Yorkshire, he subsequently attended Westminster School before matriculating at St John’s College, Cambridge. He was admitted to the Inner Temple in 1698, but never practised law, instead joining the army. He became …Read more

  19. L’Ethica.

    L’Ethica. 1550

    £2,250

    First Segni edition, the first “full vernacular interpretation of Aristotle, including both translation and chapter-by-chapter commentary” (Lines, “Rethinking Renaissance Aristotelianism”, in Renaissance Quarterly, 66.3 (Fall 2013), p. 838). “Practically unstudied, Segni’s work represents an important moment in the evolution of vernacular Aristotelianism (and philosophy more …Read more

  20. The Works.

    The Works. 1893

    £750

    The Whitehall edition. A handsomely bound set of Shakespeare’s plays. Read more

  21. The Waverley Novels.

    The Waverley Novels. 1883

    £450

    The Centenary edition. A handsomely bound set of Scott’s works. Read more

  22. Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.

    Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. 1723

    £7,750

    First edition to combine the Principia with the Analysis per Quantitatum Series, Fluxiones ac Differentias (1711), Newton’s first independent treatise on mathematics, containing his important developments of calculus – here with a separate title page, pagination, and index; second Amsterdam edition of the Principia, with …Read more

  23. I, Claudius.

    I, Claudius. 1977

    £1,250

    Signed limited edition, number 82 of 100 copies specially bound and signed by the author. Originally published in 1934, when it garnered both the Hawthornden and James Tait Black memorial prizes; this edition was issued in response to the huge success of the BBC television …Read more

  24. [Greek letters] Tragoediae septendecim.

    [Greek letters] Tragoediae septendecim. February 1503

    £24,000

    Editio princeps of most of the 19 extant tragedies: four plays had been previously published at Florence c.1495, and the Electra is omitted from Aldus’s edition (it was not printed until 1545). Along with the Latin classics, Dante, and Petrarch, Aldus published Greek editions of …Read more

  25. De bello Peloponnesiaco, in Greek.

    De bello Peloponnesiaco, in Greek. 1502

    £35,000

    Editio princeps of the most important work in Greek historiography, edited by Aldus from a Cretan manuscript. As with his edition of Herodotus, the text had first appeared in print in the Latin translation of Lorenzo Valla. The recipient of Aldus’s dedicatory letter, Daniele Renier, …Read more

  26. Historiae, in Greek.

    Historiae, in Greek. 1502

    £35,000

    Editio princeps of Herodotus’ history of the Persian Wars, one of the most important texts edited by the great scholar-printer-publisher himself. Herodotus had first been published in Lorenzo Valla’s Latin translation. Aldus claims in the dedication that he corrected the text from multiple exemplars, one …Read more

  27. Eros and Psyche.

    Eros and Psyche. 1894

    £150

    Second edition of the author’s famous retelling of the Greek myth, inscribed by the him on the front flyleaf: “Robert Bridges / Chilswell / Nov. 1916”. In 1907 Bridges used the money left to him by his father-in-law, architect Alfred Waterhouse, to build a house …Read more

  28. The eyght bookes of Caius Iulius Caesar conteyning his martiall exploytes in the Realme of Gallia

    The eyght bookes of Caius Iulius Caesar conteyning his martiall exploytes in the Realme of Gallia 1565

    £12,500

    Rare first complete edition in English of De Bello Gallico, Caesar’s commentaries on the Gallic Wars, including the eighth book by Aulus Hircius. This copy has the first setting “by Willyam Serres dwel-…” in the colophon. Golding began the translation of this very important book …Read more

  29. “Thucydides – I Ask You!”

    “Thucydides – I Ask You!” c.1960

    £250

    An amusing Bentley skit on the traditional disappointments of school prize day. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an …Read more

  30. The Fables.

    The Fables. 1793

    £1,200

    First Stockdale edition of Samuel Croxall’s translation, first published in 1722, “a work of morality and Whiggish politics” (ODNB) which by 1793 had already enjoyed several reprints. The engraved plates are by thirty different engravers; four are unsigned. Bentley mentions that the work was advertised …Read more

  31. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. 1782—88

    £1,950

    First editions of the last three volumes, “new edition” of the first three. The first three volumes of Gibbon’s magisterial history were originally published in 1776 and 1781. “Gibbon brought a width of vision and a critical mastery of the available sources which have …Read more

  32. The Campaigns of Hannibal:

    The Campaigns of Hannibal: 1858

    £650

    First edition. Uncommon and interesting account, just seven locations on Copac. Carefully compiled account of the “operations in which Hannibal was personally engaged”, drawn from the “best ancient and modern historians and essayists, including Livy, Polybius, Sir Walter Raleigh, Niebuhr, Arnold, Guiscard, and Vaudancourt” (Preface). …Read more

  33. Hegemon eis tas glossas [graece] id est, Ductor in linguas, The Guide into Tongues.

    Hegemon eis tas glossas [graece] id est, Ductor in linguas, The Guide into Tongues. 1617

    £25,000

    First edition, John Locke’s copy with his ownership inscription and press-mark to the upper inside cover, the usual location for his signature. Minsheu’s was the first etymological dictionary of the English language, and only the second etymological dictionary of any modern European language (after the …Read more

  34. Les Métamorphoses.

    Les Métamorphoses. 1806

    £500

    First edition of Mathieu-Guillaume-Thérèse Villenave’s beautifully illustrated translation. With bi-lingual text in French and Latin on facing pages and extensive notes. Read more

  35. P. Terentii Phormio. Expurgatus in usum puerorum; Pincerna ex Terentio. In Usum Puerorum; Aulularia Plauti. Pueris in scenam prodituris accommodata; P. Terentii Andria. In Usum Puerorum.

    P. Terentii Phormio. Expurgatus in usum puerorum; Pincerna ex Terentio. In Usum Puerorum; Aulularia Plauti. Pueris in scenam prodituris accommodata; P. Terentii Andria. In Usum Puerorum. 1864–65–66–70

    £4,500

    First editions, presentation copy to Lord Coleridge (John Duke Coleridge, 1st Baron Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice), inscribed by Newman on the blank immediately preceding the general title “To Lord Coleridge, from his affectionate friend, J.H.N. Christmas, 1880–1”; Pincerna is also inscribed at the head of …Read more

  36. A Trojan Ending.

    A Trojan Ending. 1937

    £875

    First edition, first impression, of the first novel by poet Laura Riding, an atmospheric tale of Troy, with Cressida (or Chaucer’s “Crisseyde”) as its central heroine. Riding was living with Robert Graves in Deia, Majorca, until the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, and they …Read more

  37. Plotinus: [Complete Writings, in 5 volumes].

    Plotinus: [Complete Writings, in 5 volumes]. 1917-1930

    £1,250

    First edition, first impression of the MacKenna translations, which are widely considered to be the best edition of Plotinus in the English language. Each volume is one of 1000 copies printed on pure rag paper. Volume one inscribed, “To. Rev. R. Newton Flew, With love …Read more

  38. The Idylls of Theocritus.

    The Idylls of Theocritus. 1925

    £150

    First edition thus, from a numbered limited edition of 750 copies. Inscribed by Trevelyan to Irene Cooper Willis, a close Bloomsbury group friend, “Irene, from R. C. T., July 1925”. Willis was a close friend of Trevelyan and received inscribed copies of most of the …Read more

  39. The Bride of Dionysus.

    The Bride of Dionysus. 1912

    £175

    First edition, first impression. Inscribed by Trevelyan on the front free endpaper to his Bloomsbury group friend Irene Cooper Willis, “Irene, from Bob, 16 August 1927”. Willis was a close friend of Trevelyan and received inscribed copies of most of the poet’s books. As well …Read more

  40. Cheiron.

    Cheiron. 1927

    £375

    First edition, first impression, of Trevelyan’s play about Cheiron, the immortal centaur who tutored most of the heroes of ancient Greece including Achilles, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus and Hercules. One of 300 copies. Inscribed by Trevelyan to his Bloomsbury group friend Irene Cooper Willis on the …Read more

  41. Platonis opera a Marsilio Ficino traducta:

    Platonis opera a Marsilio Ficino traducta: 1518

    £10,000

    The first Plato published by Josse Bade (Jodocus Badius Ascensius) and Jean Petit (Parvus). One of the four important librairies-jurés to the University of Paris, Petit helped Bade, an associate of Erasmus, establish his own press in 1503 and the partnership flourished, producing a stream …Read more

  42. Letters from T. E. Shaw to Bruce Rogers.

    Letters from T. E. Shaw to Bruce Rogers. 1933-6

    £2,500

    First and only editions, the first-named one of 200, the second one of 300 copies. Both inscribed by Rogers to his friend and confidante Henry L. Bullen, the librarian of the Typographic Library and Museum of the American Type Founders Company. The first volume was …Read more

  43. The History of the Grecian War: in eight books.

    The History of the Grecian War: in eight books. 1723

    £1,850

    Hobbes’s translation of Thucydides, taken (unlike the only existing English version at the time) directly from the Greek, was first published in 1629. “Forty years later, in Vita Carmine Expressa, he said that he had written it so that his contemporaries might learn from the …Read more

  44. The Mosella of Decimus Magnus Ausonius.

    The Mosella of Decimus Magnus Ausonius. [1915]

    £275

    First edition, first impression. One of a limited edition of 25 numbered large paper copies signed by the translator on the limitation leaf. Read more

  45. Les Amours de Theagene et Chariclee.

    Les Amours de Theagene et Chariclee. 1623

    £6,500

    A fine volume with the suite of engravings from the first Thiboust edition of the popular ancient Greek romance, the Aethiopica of Heliodorus of Emesa. Jacques Amyot’s translation of Heliodorus, first published in 1547, introduced the work to France, where it long retained its popularity. …Read more

  46. Memorabilium Gaudentii Merulae

    Memorabilium Gaudentii Merulae 1556

    £1,500

    First edition published in France, the third and most extensive overall. Gaudenzio Merula (1500-1555) was born of a humble family in Borgolavezzaro, near Novara. He held teaching appointments in Milan, at the Academy in Novara, and subsequently at Vigevano and Turin. In 1554 he was …Read more

  47. Description of Greece.

    Description of Greece. 1898

    £1,750

    First Frazer editions, first impressions. Read more

  48. Florilegium diversorum epigrammatum in septem libros, in Greek.

    Florilegium diversorum epigrammatum in septem libros, in Greek. 1503

    £12,500

    First Aldine edition, a handsome copy. Based on the 1494 editio princeps edited by Janus Lascaris, this was the second edition of the anthology assembled by the early 14th century Constantinopolitan monk Planudes, with additions including the editio princeps of the 6th-century Byzantine poem “In …Read more

  1. New Arrival
    The Iliad.
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    HOMER. HOMER.

    The Iliad.

    £175

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    P. Virgilii Maronis Opera.
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    VIRGIL. VIRGIL.

    P. Virgilii Maronis Opera.

    £750

  4. Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion.
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    AUSTEN, Jane. AUSTEN, Jane.

    Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion.

    £950

  5. Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion.
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    AUSTEN, Jane. AUSTEN, Jane.

    Northanger Abbey; [&] Persuasion.

    £2,000

  6. Sense and Sensibility.
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    AUSTEN, Jane. AUSTEN, Jane.

    Sense and Sensibility.

    £3,000

  7. The Journal of a Disappointed Man.
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    BARBELLION, W. N. P. [CUMMINGS, Bruce... BARBELLION, W. N....

    The Journal of a Disappointed Man.

    £475

  8. The Tale of the Great Persian War from the Histories of Herodotus.
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    (OMAN, Sir Charles.) COX, George W.,... (OMAN, Sir Charles.)...

    The Tale of the Great Persian War from the Histories of Herodotus.

    £200

  9. The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus.
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    (NONESUCH PRESS.) HERODOTUS. (NONESUCH PRESS.) HERODOTUS.

    The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus.

    £1,500

  10. The Satyricon of Petronius. A New Translation with Introduction and Notes.
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    [WILDE, Oscar, attrib. trans., pseud. Sebastian... [WILDE, Oscar, attrib....

    The Satyricon of Petronius. A New Translation with Introduction and Notes.

    £475

  11. The Transformation of Lucius, otherwise known as The Golden Ass.
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    (GRAVES, Robert.) APULEIUS, Lucius. (GRAVES, Robert.) APULEIUS,...

    The Transformation of Lucius, otherwise known as The Golden Ass.

    £150

  12. Ovid’s Epistles: with his Amours.
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    OVID. OVID.

    Ovid’s Epistles: with his Amours.

    £750

  13. Specimen Poeseos Persicae,
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    HAFIZ, Shams al-Din Muhammad. HAFIZ, Shams al-Din...

    Specimen Poeseos Persicae,

    £2,750

  14. Tales From Ovid.
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    HUGHES, Ted. HUGHES, Ted.

    Tales From Ovid.

    £600

  15. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland; Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.
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    [DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge.] CARROLL, Lewis. [DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge.]...

    Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland; Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There.

    £750

  16. The Agamemnon.
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    AESCHYLUS. AESCHYLUS.

    The Agamemnon.

    £175

  17. C. Julius Caesar’s Commentaries of his Wars in Gaul, and Civil War with Pompey.
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    CAESAR, Gaius Julius. CAESAR, Gaius Julius.

    C. Julius Caesar’s Commentaries of his Wars in Gaul, and Civil War with Pompey.

    £950

  18. L’Ethica.
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    ARISTOTLE. ARISTOTLE.

    L’Ethica.

    £2,250

  19. The Waverley Novels.
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    SCOTT, Sir Walter. SCOTT, Sir Walter.

    The Waverley Novels.

    £450

  20. Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.
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    NEWTON, Sir Isaac. NEWTON, Sir Isaac.

    Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.

    £7,750

  21. I, Claudius.
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    GRAVES, Robert. GRAVES, Robert.

    I, Claudius.

    £1,250

  22. [Greek letters] Tragoediae septendecim.
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    EURIPIDES. EURIPIDES.

    [Greek letters] Tragoediae septendecim.

    £24,000

  23. De bello Peloponnesiaco, in Greek.
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    THUCYDIDES. THUCYDIDES.

    De bello Peloponnesiaco, in Greek.

    £35,000

  24. Historiae, in Greek.
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    HERODOTUS. HERODOTUS.

    Historiae, in Greek.

    £35,000

  25. The eyght bookes of Caius Iulius Caesar conteyning his martiall exploytes in the Realme of Gallia
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    CAESAR, Gaius Julius. CAESAR, Gaius Julius.

    The eyght bookes of Caius Iulius Caesar conteyning his martiall exploytes in the Realme of Gallia

    £12,500

  26. “Thucydides – I Ask You!”
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    BENTLEY, Nicolas. BENTLEY, Nicolas.

    “Thucydides – I Ask You!”

    £250

  27. The Fables.
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    AESOP. AESOP.

    The Fables.

    £1,200

  28. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.
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    GIBBON, Edward. GIBBON, Edward.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.

    £1,950

  29. Hegemon eis tas glossas [graece] id est, Ductor in linguas, The Guide into Tongues.
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    (LOCKE, John.) MINSHEU, John. (LOCKE, John.) MINSHEU,...

    Hegemon eis tas glossas [graece] id est, Ductor in linguas, The Guide into Tongues.

    £25,000

  30. Les Métamorphoses.
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    OVID. OVID.

    Les Métamorphoses.

    £500

  31. P. Terentii Phormio. Expurgatus in usum puerorum; Pincerna ex Terentio. In Usum Puerorum; Aulularia Plauti. Pueris in scenam prodituris accommodata; P. Terentii Andria. In Usum Puerorum.
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    (NEWMAN, John Henry, ed.) PLAUTUS &... (NEWMAN, John Henry,...

    P. Terentii Phormio. Expurgatus in usum puerorum; Pincerna ex Terentio. In Usum Puerorum; Aulularia Plauti. Pueris in scenam prodituris accommodata; P. Terentii Andria. In Usum Puerorum.

    £4,500

  32. A Trojan Ending.
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    RIDING, Laura. RIDING, Laura.

    A Trojan Ending.

    £875

  33. Plotinus: [Complete Writings, in 5 volumes].
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    (MACKENNA, Steven [trans.]) PLOTINUS. (MACKENNA, Steven [trans.])...

    Plotinus: [Complete Writings, in 5 volumes].

    £1,250

  34. The Idylls of Theocritus.
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    TREVELYAN, R. C. TREVELYAN, R. C.

    The Idylls of Theocritus.

    £150

  35. The Bride of Dionysus.
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    TREVELYAN, R. C. TREVELYAN, R. C.

    The Bride of Dionysus.

    £175

  36. Platonis opera a Marsilio Ficino traducta:
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    PLATO. PLATO.

    Platonis opera a Marsilio Ficino traducta:

    £10,000

  37. Letters from T. E. Shaw to Bruce Rogers.
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    LAWRENCE, T. E. LAWRENCE, T. E.

    Letters from T. E. Shaw to Bruce Rogers.

    £2,500

  38. The History of the Grecian War: in eight books.
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    (HOBBES, Thomas, trans.) THUCYDIDES. (HOBBES, Thomas, trans.)...

    The History of the Grecian War: in eight books.

    £1,850

  39. The Mosella of Decimus Magnus Ausonius.
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    FLINT, F. S. (trans.) FLINT, F. S....

    The Mosella of Decimus Magnus Ausonius.

    £275

  40. Les Amours de Theagene et Chariclee.
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    HELIODORUS of Emesa. HELIODORUS of Emesa.

    Les Amours de Theagene et Chariclee.

    £6,500

  41. Memorabilium Gaudentii Merulae
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    MERULA, Gaudenzio. MERULA, Gaudenzio.

    Memorabilium Gaudentii Merulae

    £1,500

  42. Description of Greece.
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    (FRAZER, J. G.) PAUSANIAS. (FRAZER, J. G.)...

    Description of Greece.

    £1,750

  43. Florilegium diversorum epigrammatum in septem libros, in Greek.
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    (GREEK ANTHOLOGY.) (GREEK ANTHOLOGY.)

    Florilegium diversorum epigrammatum in septem libros, in Greek.

    £12,500

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