Title: Antiquitates selectae septentrionales et ...
Publisher: Nicolai Foersteri, Hanover
Publication Date: 1720
Book Condition: Very Good
8vo (160 x 97mm). [XXIIX], , 590pp., + ii non. num. Engraved frontispiece, 18 engraved plates, some folding. Title printed in red and black. 18th-century vellum, spine gilt, marbled edges; (plates cropped close affecting some imagery, moderate browning, few early inscriptions on front flyleaf). German tutor, archaeologist and writer Keyssler, his study on Stonehenge, which is theorized to have been of Danish origin. One of the earliest books on European and British megaliths, the book is often rendered fragile due to the deterioration of poor-quality paper used to produce it. Brunet III, 659. Bookseller Inventory # 6481
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