Leipzig: Wezel & Naumann, c. 1890. Lithographic illustrations. 12mo, pp.(12), original chromolitho. pictorial boards, silk tie-bound, all edges gilt, a very good copy.
Paris: Didier, 1865. 8vo, pp.516, contemporary half vellum, spine gilt extra with lettering piece; lettering piece a little rubbed, vellum a little dust marked.
Fair Oak, Hants.: The Grayhound Press, 1926. Square 8vo, pp. 14, original cloth-backed patterned boards with printed paper label on upper cover. Number 6 of only 106 copies printed. Quite heavily foxed but generally very good.
London: Parker Son and Bourn, 1862. First edition. 8vo, pp. iv:391, original blindstamped cloth; headband a little rubbed.
London: The Star, ca. 1930. Two parts in one volume. Tipped-in sepia portraits, illustrations. Square 8vo pp.111, original blue cloth; upper cover spotted and marked else good. Newspaper history.
Paris: Tolra, c. 1892. Plates. 8vo, pp. 374:(2, adverts.) original pictorial red cloth blocked in black and gilt, a.e.g. Very short split to outer joint else good.
Paris: Gautier et Languereau n.d. "Copyright 1921 " on reverse of title. Coloured illustrations thoughout. 4to, pp 63:(1), original cloth-backed coloured pictorial boards. Binding very rubbed and marked, old ink notes on lower cover, upper inner hinge split, some light paint marking on reverse of title, generally internally very good.
Berlin: Hyperion c. 1930. Shaped tinted plates, mounted, with tissue guards. 8vo, pp.278 publisher's half calf gilt with label, top edge gilt. Spine rubbed. No.51 of 100 copies on 'Buttenpapier'.
Paris: Dentu, 1888. Two volumes in one. 8vo, pp.345:(1):420:(4, musical notation):(1), contemporary half calf, spine gilt extra with crimson lettering piece; an attractive copy.
Hamburg: Benjamin, n.d. Portrait. 8vo, pp.82, original pictorial wrappers. Wrappers marked, portrait soiled.
Oxford: Printed by W. Baxter for J. Parker and C. & J. Rivington, 1828. First edition. 8vo, pp.xiii:267, contemporary full tan calf, narrow gilt rule to sides, spine gilt extra with lettering piece. Some foxing at end, very short crack to upper joint at headband. Generally a handsome copy in very good condition. Small neat near contemporary inscription on front free endpaper
Denbigh: Printed and Published by Thomas Gee, 1832. 2nd edition. Engraved portrait of the author, engraved title vignettes. Two volumes large 8vo (9 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches) pages: 515 & 687:55(being: An Outline of the Characteristics of the Welsh, and its Utility in Connection with other Ancient Languages, for Developing the Primitive Speech of Mankind, by Pughe. With separate title page, pagination and signatures. Denbigh: Thomas Gee, 1832). Contemporary full tan calf, sides ruled in gilt and blind, spines with crimson lettering pieces and green numbering pieces, two 2-inch splits to upper joits of volume 1, rubbed and scuffed but joints very firm and not unattractive on the shelf. Title-page of volume 1 toned otherwise internally very good and clean.
London: Hotel Cecil, November 26th 1896. A sumptuous menu, wine list, and programme, illustrated from photographs and in line by Florence Upton. 8vo, pp. 104:32(supplement) padded decorated leather, all edges gilt, bound by Mansell. Spine and corners rubbed, headband chipped