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A Memoir of Henry Bradshaw

£24.99

Product description

Henry Bradshaw was a "scholar among scholars" who worked in the field of bibliography, mostly as a fellow of King's College, Cambridge.
The book is bound in dark green cloth with gilt lettering on the spine; the corners of the boards are slightly bumped and the top and bottom of spine are chipped. The block is slightly detached from the binding, the stitching of the spine is visible in various places in the volume, however this does not detract from nor mar the book as a whole. Text block edges are moderately age toned, however all text is very clear. There is a private library sticker on the inside of the front cover: "Left by Alwyne, Ely to" and a handwritten name following. Lord Alwyne Compton (18 July 1825 – 4 April 1906) was Bishop of Ely from 1886 to 1905. The name of a previous owner, neatly inked on the half title page, appears to be A. E. B. Owen.
The illustration is of the frontispiece, which is tissue-guarded.

Item details

Author(s):
Professor Prothero
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
14.2 x22.7 cms
Edition:
1888
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
447
Publisher:
Keegan, Paul Trench & Co.
Title:
A Memoir of Henry Bradshaw

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Henry Bradshaw was a "scholar among scholars" who worked in the field of bibliography, mostly as a fellow of King's College, Cambridge.
The book is bound in dark green cloth with gilt lettering on the spine; the corners of the boards are slightly bumped and the top and bottom of spine are chipped. The block is slightly detached from the binding, the stitching of the spine is visible in various places in the volume, however this does not detract from nor mar the book as a whole. Text block edges are moderately age toned, however all text is very clear. There is a private library sticker on the inside of the front cover: "Left by Alwyne, Ely to" and a handwritten name following. Lord Alwyne Compton (18 July 1825 – 4 April 1906) was Bishop of Ely from 1886 to 1905. The name of a previous owner, neatly inked on the half title page, appears to be A. E. B. Owen.
The illustration is of the frontispiece, which is tissue-guarded.

Author(s):
Professor Prothero
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
14.2 x22.7 cms
Edition:
1888
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
447
Publisher:
Keegan, Paul Trench & Co.
Title:
A Memoir of Henry Bradshaw

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