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James Anderson

Published by HardPress Publishing (2012)

ISBN 10: 129009621X ISBN 13: 9781290096218

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About this Item: HardPress Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG129009621X

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James Anderson

Published by Gale ECCO, Print Editions (2010)

ISBN 10: 1140847945 ISBN 13: 9781140847946

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About this Item: Gale ECCO, Print Editions, 2010. Paperback. Condition: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 1140847945

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THE GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE HOUSE OF: ANDERSON, James &

ANDERSON, James & William Whitson.

Published by London H. Woodfall jun (1742)

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About this Item: London H. Woodfall jun, 1742. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 2 volumes divided into 7 books, based on materials collected by John Perceval, Second Earl of Egmont, privately printed, revised edition with imprint H. Woodfall, jun. 1742. Volume 2 revised and partly written by William Whiston. Small 4to, approximately 250 x 155 mm, 10 x 6 inches, 19 portraits, 18 in mezzotint by J. Faber, 12 engraved plates, 1 double page map of part of the estate of Rt. Hon. John Percival, Earl Of Egmont, County of Corke, many engraved coats-of-arms in the text, 1 large genealogical table, 7 double page and 10 leaves of genealogical tables, pages: title page, printed in red and black, xxxvii, (misnumbered xxix), [3], 1-30 Epitome, 1-457 (misnumbered 455); title, in red and black, [6], 1-533, divisional title with vignette coat-of-arms to each book, in Volume 2 the page numbers jump from 445 to 448, no text missing, catch words are correct, (it was to do with a cancel leaf according to ESTC and Copac). Inserted between 452 and 453 are 4 leaves of Addenda to page 452, these pages have been professionally extended at the margins to fit the size of the book, bound in full morocco, gilt lettering and decoration between raised bands to spine, date at foot of spine, gilt rules and corner decoration to edges of covers, large gilt decorated dentelles, (turn ins), maroon endpapers, all edges gilt, book-plate of Edward Huth of Wykehurst Park. Binding rubbed especially the hinges, covers slightly faded, pale age-browning throughout, occasional light foxing, 2 small closed tears to margins neatly repaired, not affecting text, first endpaper in Volume 1 faded at edges, unreadable signature in old ink to first blank endpaper of each volume, dated 1841, small manuscript note tipped onto first free endpaper of Volume 1, "Privately printed by the Earl Of Egmont, this copy contains 2 extra plates in Volume 1, at pages 273 & 283". A very good set. James Anderson also wrote books on Free Masonry. See William Lowndes, The Bibliographer's Manual page 40-41; J. Brunet Manel du Libraire, Volume 1, page 262. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. Seller Inventory # 24128

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A Genealogical History of the House of: Anderson, James, John

Anderson, James, John Percival, and William Whiston

Published by London: Printed for H. Woodfall, jun., 1742 (1742)

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About this Item: London: Printed for H. Woodfall, jun., 1742, 1742. Seven books in two volumes, complete. AN OUTSTANDING SET, IN FIRST STATE AND ABSOLUTELY COMPLETE, OF THE FIRST AND ONLY EDITION OF ONE OF THE RAREST, MOST IMPORTANT, AND BEST-PRODUCED GENEALOGICAL WORKS OF THE 18th CENTURY. 1 leaf; xxxvii pp.; 1 leaf; 30, 457 pp.; 4 leaves; 533 pp. plus 16 genealogical tables on 10 inserted leaves; 8 double-page genealogical tables; one larger folding double-page genealogical table; 10 etched and engraved plates (mainly views of estates); and 19 fine portraits (COMPLETE, incuding 18 mezzotints engraved by John Faber, and an engraving by William Henry Toms after Van Dyck and Lempriere. The five Rawdon portraits, intended for a different work but sometimes inserted into this one, are not present). The introduction is in the first state, before the cancelation of p. xxxvii (later copies have xli pages in the introduction). Moreover, pp. [453-460] of volume II, printed in 1765 and rarely found, are present. This set is extra-illustrated with an engraved portrait (1807) of John Perceval in volume I and with an engraved view (1783) of Enmore Castle in volume II. Lowndes, who examined only second-state copies of this work, asserts that pp. 446-447 of volume II are missing. IN THE SET I OFFER THESE PAGES ARE PRESENT. (The reason for this discrepancy is that quire Lll of volume II was re-set to eliminate a lengthy--two page--screed on the privileges of the nobility. That screed is present in the copy I offer, but in few others.) Lowndes also mistakenly calls for a map of part of the estate of John Perceval, which was in fact printed long after this work and does not form part of it, although it is sometimes found bound in. The fact that almost all of the portraits are executed in mezzotint indicates how small the press run was: only 25 to 50 impressions of a mezzotint could be taken before the plate would have shown signs of wear (and the impressions in this set are uniformly rich and brilliant). A few of the known sets of this work, indeed, are missing the portraits (which is even more understandable since the mezzotint portraits were engraved after the book was printed, some of them as late as 1747). The dozens of in-text coats of arms (and the vignettes on the fly-titles of all of the individual books) are engraved on copper, not wood, demonstrating that no expense was spared in the production of this lavish publication. The attractive engraved Northwick armorial bookplate (motto: "Par ternis suppar") in each volume. Beautifully printed on fine handmade Dutch laid paper, with the title-pages printed in red and black. Royal 8vo. ELEGANTLY BOUND BY SAMUEL CHARLES SMITH (signed) c. 1810 in full forest green morocco, covers gilt, spines elaborately gilt in six compartments. All edges gilt. Only tiny traces of wear, else A BRIGHT AND FINE SET. Lowndes I, 40 (giving an extensive collation); Lewine, p. 28; Graesse I, 116; Brunet I, 262; Moule DXLII (giving an astronomical price of 15 to 30 guineas in 1822.) Very rare. An important source for Norman and English history, and an impressive example of 18th-century English book production at its finest. Seller Inventory # 3140

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