Catalogue of the First Portion of the Famous Library of Sir Thomas Phillipps, Including a Complete Set of the Publications Privately Printed by Him at Middle-Hill, Etc., which Will be Sold by Auction by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 3d August, 1886, and Seven Following Days
J. Davy and sons, 1886
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