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  1. Calthorpe, Baron, former owner. (6)
  2. Calvert, James, former owner. (1)
  3. Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. (53)
  4. Calvin, Jean. (1)
  5. Calvé ... [as] Ophelia [graphic] / Reutlinger. (1)
  6. Cambi, Alfonso. (2)
  7. Cambiaso, Luca, 1527-1585, artist. (1)
  8. Cambini, Andrea, -1527, author. (2)
  9. Cambini, Andrea, d. 1527. (3)
  10. Cambrensium Caroleia. Quibus nupti[a]e regales celebrantur, memoria Regis pacifici renouatur, & pr[a]ecepta necessaria ad rempublicam nostram fœliciter administrandam intexuntur: reportata a Colchide Cambriola ex australissima Novæ Terræ plaga, opera & st (1)
  11. Cambridge : printed by John Field printer to y Universitie, 1661. (3)
  12. Cambridge : printed by John Hayes, for the author, and are to be sold by Francis Hicks bookseller in Cambridge, and by Thomas Basset in Fleetstreet, and Samuel Heyrick at Greys-Inn Gate in Holborn, London, MDCXCI. [1691] (3)
  13. Cambridge : printed by Roger Daniel, printer to that famous Universitie, 1639. (2)
  14. Cambridge : printed by Roger Daniel, printer to the Universitie, 1639. (1)
  15. Cambridge : printed by Roger Daniel, printer to the Universitie, 1642. (1)
  16. Cambridge binding, ca. 1782. (3)
  17. Cambridge dramatic miscellany [manuscript]. (1)
  18. Cambridge in the seventeenth century ... (4)
  19. Cambridge style binding. (2)
  20. Cambridge style calf binding with paneled sides, alternately plain or sprinkled panels. The panels are separated by triple blind tooled fillets with blind tooled tulip fleurons at angles. The inner panel is framed on the inside with blind pointille covered mound decorative roll. The spine is undecorated only in the second panel ia a brown sheepskin label gilt lettered SHAKESPEA PLAYS: The inner turn-in squares of the boards are not tooled. The edges of the boards are tooled with a rosette in a arc interspersed with a floret gilt decorative roll. (1)