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  1. Contemporary Italian sheepskin binding, blind tooled with multiple panels using a cold four line fillet. In the outer and third panel the four line fillets are tooled at angles. Within the second panel is a border of repeated eight petal floral stamps. In the center panel is a cross shaped design made of individual quatrefoil stamps. (3)
  2. Contemporary limp vellum binding. (3)
  3. Contemporary Lombardic style binding using recycled vellum manuscripts. (4)
  4. Contemporary papercase binding. (2)
  5. Contemporary second quarter of the 17th century English binding with coat of arms of crest with three stags. (6)
  6. Contemporary wrapper (removed; now X.d.525 (2)) made from an advertisement of a perfumer, Edmund Bolsworth, at the King’s Arms and Civet-Cat near Temple-bar; stamped with Charles II’s arms. (3)
  7. Conti, Natale (2)
  8. Conti, Natale, 1520-1582. (1)
  9. Continuation of Stowe's Survey of London [manuscript], 1658. (1)
  10. Contra Henricum Regem Angliae Martinus Luther : longe alius est hic liber [quam] ille quem ante hunc uernacula lingua scripsit. (1)
  11. Contra Hieron. Osorium, eiusq́[ue] odiosas infectationes pro euangelicæ veritatis necessaria defensione, responsio apologetica ... (4)
  12. Contract between John Mynne of Cumberlow Green, Hertfordshire, and Rose Hale (3)
  13. Contract between Lewis Theobald and John Watts in respect of the play "Double Falsehood" (1)
  14. Contract from Edward Goodwin to Sir Nicholas Bacon for building a salthouse (2)
  15. Contributions of earls, countesses and lords in four installments (2)
  16. Conventus S. Mariae de Angelis Brülae. (1)
  17. Conversations nouvelles sur divers sujets : dediées au roy. (1)
  18. Conveyance from John Knighton : draft (2)
  19. Conway of Conway Castle, Edward Conway, Viscount, 1594-1655, recipient. (4)
  20. Conway, Anne, 1631-1679, author. (1)