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Philip Sidney; The Countess of Pembroke
The Psalmes of David Translated Into Divers and Sundry Kindes of Verse
More rare and excellent for the Method and Varietie than ever yet hath been done in English. Begun by The Noble and Learned Gent. Sir Philip Sidney, KNT. and finished by The Right Honorable The Countess of Pembroke, his sister. Now first printed from a copy of the original manuscript, Transcribed by John Davies, of Hereford, in the reign of James The First. From the Chiswick Press, by C. Whittingham for Robert Triphook, Old Bond Street. Rebound in full black leather with gilt lettering and blind tooling to spine, blind rule to edges, and full marbled edges. Size: 17cm x 11cm. 285 pages. Binding is in As New Condition. Text Block is in Very Good Condition with very light browning to page extremities, foxing to engravings and their opposite pages, and occasional light foxing throughout. Corners of former free endpapers chipped. Shipped Weight: .29 kilos.
Bookseller: Bookshop The Book Merchant Jenkins [AU]
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