Chidiock Tichborne: Elegy 1856
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Ex-Library copy with usual markings and labels. Loose plates in portfolio in slipcase. Small staple-bound pamphlet, Chidiock Titchbourne is included. Some wear. Box is split on spine. Corners of folded image pages and pamphlet each have small push pin holes in corners. Slight edgewear and chipping to lightly scratched slipcase. Excellent reading copy. From the pamphlet: "Tichborne was accused of be3ing one of the participants in the Babington Conspiracy, an attempt to dethrone Queen Elizabeth and replace her with Mary, Queen of Scotland. He was tried and sentenced to death on the 15th of September, 1586, and wrote his poem in the Tower of London while awaiting his execution which took place on the 20th of the same month.". Bookseller Inventory # 000586
Title: Chidiock Tichborne: Elegy 1856
Publisher: Walter Stein, New York
Binding: Unbound and Slip Cased.
Book Condition: Good
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Friends of Otis Library
Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Seller Since June 10, 2003
We are an art college library raising funds for new purchases. All previous LIBRARY books offered for sale have been legally deaccessioned and will have library markings, stamps and labels. But we have many duplicate donations that we also sell. Books without library markings will be noted.
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Store Description: Otis College of Art & Design, formerly Otis Art Institute and Otis/Parsons, has been in existence in Los Angeles since 1917. The mission of the library has changed over the past 30 years and we no longer need many of the items in our Special Collections. We intend to offer a few hundred legally deaccessioned items to raise funds to purchase more appropriate books for our patrons.