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Randolph, Bernard (b. 1643) The Present State of the Morea, Called Anciently Peloponnesus: Together with a Description of the City of A

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3117B
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150
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Books & Manuscripts - 3117B
Location:
Boston
Date / Time :
July 20, 2018 12:00PM

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Randolph, Bernard (b. 1643) The Present State of the Morea, Called Anciently Peloponnesus: Together with a Description of the City of Athens, Islands of Zant, Strafades, and Serigo. London: Printed, sold by Will. Notts, at the Queens-Arms in Pell Mall, Tho. Basset in Fleetstreet; and Thomas Bennet, at the Half-moon in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1689. [Bound with] The Present State of the Islands of the Archipelago (or Arches), Sea of Constantinople, and Gulph of Smyrna; with the islands of Candia, and Rhodes, Oxford: at the Theater, 1687, quarto, two volumes bound in one, the first title is a third edition, second title is a first edition; the two together illustrated with two plates in the first title and four in the second, large folding engraved illustrations and maps; bound in contemporary speckled calf boards, rebacked, somewhat dry and scuffed, ffep and first plate attached to each other along the gutter edge but detached from the binding, with a Sotheran stamp, two older ownership inscriptions to title, 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 in.

Morea: A-C4, D2.
http://estc.bl.uk/R4193

Islands: A-P4.
http://estc.bl.uk/R7743
Estimate $10,000-15,000


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Thomas Bennet, Peloponnese, Athens, London, Oxford

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