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Heffer, 8s. 6d. Douce (F.) Illustrations of Shakespeare and of Ancient

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Blackburn, 12s. Doughty (C. M.) Travels in Arabia Deserta [with Glossary of

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Beazley, £i 145. Drawings from the Italian Masters in the British Museum,

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[£20, mor. ex., July 15, 1914, Sotheby, Lot 523; £10,

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£5 5s.

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[Formerly in the possession of Elias Ashmole, with autograph inscription of Dugdale on the title, “ Ex dono Authoris 4o Dec., 1656.” A later owner has written, “Ex dono Eliae Ashmole Armi Mar. 8°, 1681/2.” The proceeds of the sale of this book were presented to the Red Cross

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