Remarkable Antiquities of the City of Exeter Giving an account of the Laws and Customs of the place, offices &c.... with their distinct coats of arms engrav’d on copper plates... Together with a catalogue of Bishops &c... from the year 1049. Originally collected by Richard Izacke, and now improv’d and continued to the year 1722 by Samuel Izacke, Chamberlain. To which is added a correct map of the city, together with the Guidhall and Conduit.

By: IZACKE, Richard & Samuel:

Price: £350.00

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Hardback, 8 x 4.5 inches. In full Calf leather binding; decorative blind-paneled boards, red leather spine title-label. Plain endpapers and page edges. In very good condition. Extremities rubbed; corners bumped and chipped, edges and ends of spine rubbed. (Leather professionally relaid on spine.) Some darkening and marks to endpaeprs, bookplate to front “Willm. Hamper,” and a couple of inscriptions “G. Webb,” + another. Some darkening to title and inside pages, some handling marks and some darkening to plates. Else a very rare early title. 213pp + index etc. 3 engraved plates; frontis + 2 folding plates (cathedral view & map.) Woodcut engravings of crests to pages. Decorative headers, tail and letterpieces.

Title: Remarkable Antiquities of the City of Exeter Giving an account of the Laws and Customs of the place, offices &c.... with their distinct coats of arms engrav’d on copper plates... Together with a catalogue of Bishops &c... from the year 1049. Originally collected by Richard Izacke, and now improv’d and continued to the year 1722 by Samuel Izacke, Chamberlain. To which is added a correct map of the city, together with the Guidhall and Conduit.

Author Name: IZACKE, Richard & Samuel:

Categories: ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY,

Publisher: London, Edward Score, John March, Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1723 1st:

Seller ID: 79791

Keywords: ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY IZACKE, Richard & Samuel: Remarkable Antiquities of the City of Exeter, Giving an account of the Laws and Customs of the place, offices &c.... with their distinct coats of arms engrav’d on copper plates... Together with a catalogue of Bishops &c... from the year 1049. Originally collected by Richard Izacke, and now improv’d and continued to the year 1722 by Samuel Izacke, Chamberlain. To which is added a correct map of the city, together with the Guidhall and Conduit, Edward Score, John March, Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1723 , 1st,