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The complete dictionary of arts and sciences. In which the whole circle of human learning is explained
1764 Printed for the Authors, and sold by J Wilson & J Fell [and 3 others], London 1764 - 3 volumes, folio; Vol. I: [?]2 a-d2 B-7K2; Vol. II: [A]-7Z2; Vol. III: [?]1 A1 B-7B2; wood-engraved frontispiece,151 plates and maps, including 2 folding; early 19th-century half calf over marbled paper-covered boards, red and black gilt morocco spine labels, marbled endpapers; boards quite scuffed and worn, Vol. I back cover loose; 2-inch tear to Vol. I leaf [4H2] affecting text without loss of meaning; fore-edge of plate no. XCVI a bit frayed with a few short tears affecting image, lacking approximately half of the last folding plate in Vol. III; Vol. I leaf b1 misbound after [?]2; early 20th-century ownership signature onf Herbert Mole on front free endpapers; a good, generously illustrated set.Vancil, p. 65. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB)]
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