368
368
Leybourn, William (1626-1716)
PANARITHMOLOGIA, BEING A MIRROR FOR MERCHANTS, A BREVIATE FOR BANKERS, A TREASURE FOR TRADESMEN, A MATE FOR MECHANICKS, AND A SURE GUIDE FOR PURCHASERS, SELLERS, OR MORTGAGERS OF LAND, LEASES [&C.]. LONDON: T.J. FOR JOHN DUNTON AND JOHN HARRIS, 1693
Estimate
8001,200
LOT SOLD. 1,000 GBP
JUMP TO LOT
368
Leybourn, William (1626-1716)
PANARITHMOLOGIA, BEING A MIRROR FOR MERCHANTS, A BREVIATE FOR BANKERS, A TREASURE FOR TRADESMEN, A MATE FOR MECHANICKS, AND A SURE GUIDE FOR PURCHASERS, SELLERS, OR MORTGAGERS OF LAND, LEASES [&C.]. LONDON: T.J. FOR JOHN DUNTON AND JOHN HARRIS, 1693
Estimate
8001,200
LOT SOLD. 1,000 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Leybourn, William (1626-1716)
PANARITHMOLOGIA, BEING A MIRROR FOR MERCHANTS, A BREVIATE FOR BANKERS, A TREASURE FOR TRADESMEN, A MATE FOR MECHANICKS, AND A SURE GUIDE FOR PURCHASERS, SELLERS, OR MORTGAGERS OF LAND, LEASES [&C.]. LONDON: T.J. FOR JOHN DUNTON AND JOHN HARRIS, 1693
FIRST EDITION, 8vo (177 x 110mm.), contemporary panelled calf, paper flaw in Ee8 affecting a few numbers, some staining and soiling at beginning, binding slightly rubbed and bumped
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Provenance

Thomas Dewes, Thomas Cowell (on Aaa1v), John Welsh, old inscriptions on endleaves and elsewhere; bought from Simon Finch, London, 2001

Literature

Tomash & Williams L102; ESTC R2219; Goldsmiths' 2987; Hoock & Jeannin II/L31.21; Wing L1926

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