DUGDALE, WILLIAM, AND ROGER DODSWORTH.
1. Monasticon Anglicanum. London: Christopher Wilkinson, Thomas Dring, Carol Harper, R. Scott, and others, 1682 & 1672.
Folio (346 x 220 mm). 3 volumes. , 18, , 19-1159; , 810, 813-814, 811-812, 815-828, , 831-1057, ; , 392, , 218 pp. Additional engraved title to first volume, 108 engraved plates, many by WENCESLAUS HOLLAR, 40 of the plates being folding. Period mottled calf (not uniform), rebacked preserving original spines, gilt spine label. Occasional light foxing or toning, generally internally clean, board extremities rubbed, spines worn.
Provenance: Sir George Cooke (bookplate to first two volumes).
SECOND EDITION WITH ADDITIONS of first volume and FIRST EDITION of second and third volumes.
2. Another edition. London: R. Harbin, 1718. Folio (332 x 213 mm). , xvi, 375,  pp. Engraved frontispiece/additional title, 99 engraved plates, 24 of which are folding. Period paneled calf, rebacked preserving original spine, gilt-lettered spine label. Occasional light foxing, covers with extremities rubbed. Provenance: Edward Joshua Cooper, Markree Castle (bookplate).
3. STEVENS, JOHN. The History of the Antient Abbeys, Monasteries, Hospitals, Cathedral and Collegiate Churches. Being Two Additional Volumes to Sir William Dugdale's Monasticon Anglicanum. London: for Tho. Taylor and others, 1722-1723. Folio (341 x 213 mm). 2 volumes. , vii, , 538, ; , 279, , 388,  pp. 51 engraved plates, 5 of which are folding. Period tree calf, rebacked and with corners reinforced, gilt-lettered spine label. Light foxing to titles and a few other leaves, but generally internally clean, general wear to covers, joints cracked or partially cracked. Provenance: Charles Johnson, Public Record Office (bookplate).
4. HAMPER, WILLIAM, EDITOR. The Life, Diary, and Correspondence of Sir William Dugdale, Knight. London: for Harding, Lepard and Co, 1827. 4to (309 x 235 mm). viii, 529 pp. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Dugdale, 2 engraved plates, and 2 folding tables. Period calf, rebacked, spine gilt with green leather gilt-lettered label. Some light foxing, mild shelfwear. Provenance: Thomas Fitz-Gerald (bookplate).
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