MILITARY ANTIQUITIES RESPECTING A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH ARMY FROM THE CONQUEST TO THE PRESENT TIME [1801]

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By Francis Grose Esq. F.A.S. Published by T. Egerton, London 1801. “A New Edition with material additions & improvements.” 2 vols., 412 & 372p, numerous plates and illustrations. Marbled speckled calf, measuring 9 x 11”, with gilt spine lettering and red title labels. Front eps owner labels: “Charles Lonquet Higgins, M.A./ Turvey Abbey/ A.D. 1874.”

Exhibits light to moderate rubbing & scratching at the extremities & corners. Front hinge cracking, v. 1; other three hinge starting. Texts lightly yellowed and foxed, but entirely legible. Else VG. Scarce source book of British Army history from the time of the 1066 Norman Conquest to the temporary 1802 Treaty of Amiens truce with Napoleon. Great collectible, fine reference.

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