i. Hunt, William.
A guide for the practical gauger. London: John Darby for Nath. Ponder, 1673
, 3 parts in one, engraved portrait, contemporary sheep, (Macclesfield bookplate, sale in these rooms, 4 November 2004, lot 1073, £320, Erwin Tomash), [T&W Add26; ESTC R202473; Hoock & Jeannin II/H32.1; Wing H3763A; cf. Henderson p.69 no. 49.0 (edition 1673)], a few leaves shaved, occasional soiling, binding rubbed, rebacked retaining much of original spine
ii. Hodgeson, Marmaduke.
A treatise of practical gauging. London: J. Richardson for Will. Court, 1689
, 13 full-page woodcut illustrations at end (possibly of 14), last 2 with contemporary annotations, first and last leaves blank, contemporary calf, (Macclesfield bookplate, sale in these rooms, 4 November 2004, lot 1041, £400, Erwin Tomash), [T&W Add22; ESTC R40996 (3 copies); Wing H2332A], binding rubbed, rebacked
iii. Hunt, William.
Clavis stereometriae: or, a key to the art of gauging. London: Benj. Motte for the author, 1691
, 12mo, engraved additional title, engraved plates cut up and pasted to relevant text leaves, one manuscript diagram pasted in, contemporary sheep, (Macclesfield bookplate, sale in these rooms, 4 November 2004, lot 1075, £350, Erwin Tomash), [T&W Add25; ESTC R219973; Hoock & Jeannin II/H32.4; Wing H3761A], slightly browned, binding rubbed
iv. Hatton, Edward (ca 1664-1733).
The gauger's guide. London: D. Midwinter 1729
, woodcut diagrams, modern calf, (bought from Philip J. Pirages, McMinnville, OR, 1998), [T&W H72; ESTC T110169; Goldsmiths’ 6676; Hoock & Jeannin II/H6.20]
v. Fory, William.
Art and ingenuity made easy. In two parts. Part I. The exciseman's companion: or, Gauging made easy... London: printed for the author and Samuel Pervish, 1729
, 6pp. list of subscribers and 1p. adverts at beginning, contemporary sheep, (John Towneley (1731-1813), bookplate; Rev. Charles Kerry, 1869, inscription; bought from Ximenes, Kempsford, 1989), [T&W F89; ESTC T118372], some spotting, binding rebacked, corners worn
vi. Leadbetter, Charles.
The royal gauger... fourth edition. London: E. Wicksteed, 1755
, 6 folding engraved plates, 2 hand-coloured, 2 folding tables, contemporary calf, (Sir John Chetwode, bookplate; bought from Martayan Lan, New York, 1985), [T&W L46; ESTC T121651; Goldsmiths’ 9041], plate 1 repaired, binding rebacked, new endpapers
6 volumes, all but one 8vo, ALL BUT THE LAST FIRST EDITIONS