[GILLRAY, JAMES. 1757-1815.]
Lot 7176
[GILLRAY, JAMES. 1757-1815.]
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[GILLRAY, JAMES. 1757-1815.]
2 volumes:
1. Illustrative Description of the Genuine Works of Mr. James Gillray. London: Thomas McLean, 1830. 8vo. Period half calf over marbled boards, red leather gilt-lettered spine labels, a.e.g. Light foxing, endpapers toned, general wear to binding.
Provenance: Trinity College, Dublin (bookplate); Auben Gray (blindstamp to f.f.e.p.). LIMTED EDITION, one of 100 copies.
2. WRIGHT, THOMAS. & R.H. EVANS. Historical and Descriptive Account of the Caricatures of James Gillray. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1851. 8vo. Original brown cloth stamped in blind, spine gilt. Some foxing, tear at head of spine, shelfwear.
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