Book Description

4to., pp. [ii], x, viii, 151, [xvii] + folding map + 2 further plates. Many illustrations in the text, errata and Atkin’s catalogue at rear. Some odd leaves (eg. I3) a bit toned, old repair to title-page possibly where a name has been cut out, closed tear to map repaired with dots of glue. Contemporary dark brown speckled calf blind-tooled boards, recently rebacked with red label and a monogram (possibly FAB) at tail of spine, edges sprinkled red, hinges repaired. A few small scuffs, small patch repair to leather near bottom edge, corners repaired, endpapers a bit foxed, still very good. Armorial bookplate with the motto ‘Manners Maketh Man’ to front paste-down. ’M. Clarke, Stockton’ inked in an old hand, and a pencilled signature with the surname Bennet, both to ffep.
Dealer Notes
The British section of The Antonine Itinerary, with commentary by Thomas Gale.
ESTC T90299; Lowndes 54.
Author Antoninus Augustus: (Gale, Thomas, ed.:)
Date 1709
Publisher Londini: impensis M. Atkins in Coemeterio D. Pauli,

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