Classics - [Cicero], M.T. Ciceronis Orationvm [...], volumes...





Classics - [Cicero], M.T. Ciceronis Orationvm [...], volumes II & III only (of 3, but complete in themselves), Basileæ, 3pp of ink manuscript annotations across the prelims of both volumes, loose gatherings, 17th century panelled calf, 8vo, (2); [Seneca], L'Estrange (Roger, translator), Seneca's Morals [...], London: Printed by T.N. for Henry Brome, 1679, some damp-staining, graduating marginal worming from N2 onwards, engraved portrait frontispiece, contemporary calf, 8vo, (1); Josephus & Lodge (Thomas, translator), The Famous and Memorable Works [...], London: Printed by J.L. for Richard Tomlins, 1655, defective and repaired title-page, contemporary panelled calf, folio (33.5cm x 23.5cm), (1); a later edition, L’Estrange’s translation, London: 1702, disbound calf boards, folio (40cm x 25cm), (1); [Martial], M. Valerii Martiali's Epirammata [...], [Leiden]: Hackiana, 1670, engraved title-page, later extra-illustrated with an 18th century engraved portrait frontispiece, contemporaneous vellum over boards, 8vo, (1); Terence’s Comedies; etc; later Latin jurisprudence, Alesseandro Alessandri, 8vo, (2), [12]

Provenance: 1st: Edward Walker, St. John's College, Cambridge; ink MS ownership inscriptions dated 1685, his annotations. 2nd: 1) Dorothy Roberts/Her Book, contemporaneous lady's ink MS ownership inscription; few more Roberts family members; 2) William Morris, St. John's College, Oxford; his ink MS ownership inscription dated 1725. 3rd: Thomas Hardy/Charlesfield, [Melrose, Scotland]; early 19th century crested bookplate.

Auction Date: 3rd Mar 2022 at 10am

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