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BIBLIOGRAPHY DIBDIN (THOMAS FROGNALL) The Bibliographical Decameron; or Ten days Pleasant Discourse upon Illuminated Manuscripts..., Early Engraving, Typography and Bibliography, 3 vol., 1817
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DIBDIN (THOMAS FROGNALL) The Bibliographical Decameron; or Ten days Pleasant Discourse upon Illuminated Manuscripts..., Early Engraving, Typography and Bibliography, 3 vol., half-titles, 47 engraved plates, illustrations, occasional spotting, large 8vo, bookplate of the United University Club Library, contemporary morocco gilt, g.e., rubbed at extremities, joints tender, 8vo, W. Bulmer, 1817
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