Though not absolutely rare, this is concentrated in libraries in the East, even the Northeast; there is no copy in California, for example, and none in the South below Virginia save one at the University of Texas.
Shaw & Shoemaker 24572. Contemporary treed sheep, nicely rebacked with mottled sheep, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label; original leather lightly rubbed, most at corners and edges. Variously distributed, generally light waterstaining, and first few leaves with small area of insect damage in outer margin, not touching text; a pinprick to first half-dozen leaves pierces a line of type ornament on the title-page. Foxing, and instances of pen mishaps to several leaves; some corners bumped or dog-eared. A handful of leaves with small, early marks or pencilled annotations (a few words in Greek, in one place). Altogether, a respectable and intriguing survivor of obvious use in the hands of a youthful scholar. (27822)
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