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  1. Gilt and gauffered with pointille "S" stamps, stars, circles, and tulip stamps. (2)
  2. Gilt and gauffered with scraping of the quatrefoil flower pattern. (3)
  3. Gilt and gauffered, and colored in green and red. (6)
  4. Gilt and gauffered, and painted on all three edges. (2)
  5. Gilt and gauffered, very indistinct. (2)
  6. Gilt and gauffered, with the design scraped clean of gold. (3)
  7. Gilt and gauffered, with traces of color on circles. (2)
  8. Gilt and gauffered. (96)
  9. Gilt armorial bookplate of F. A. Heygate Lambert, and inscription on front free end-paper: "Ex Libri Fr. A H. Lambert de Bansted..."; book-label of the Garrats Hall Library; Sotheby's sale, February 1, 1926, lot 615 (?); collated at Quaritch, February 4, 1926; Harmsworth copy. (2)
  10. Gilt armorial crest and monogram of the Duke of Norfolk. (1)
  11. Gilt arms and crest of Christopher Hatton (motto "deo et patriae") on both covers; collated at Quaritch by E. M. Dring; Hodgson's sale, May 18, 1927, lot 857; Harmsworth copy. (1)
  12. Gilt arms and initials of Sir Mark Masterman Sykes; inscription on front free end-paper: "...from the library of Sir M. Sykes, of Sledmere 1841." (3)
  13. gilt arms and monogram of William Henry Miller; Britwell Court (pencilled shelf-mark "11. F. 7."); Britwell sale, May 1920, lot 337; collated at Quaritch by Max Privett, 27 May 1920; Harmsworth copy (2)
  14. gilt arms and monogram of William Henry Miller; Britwell Court (pencilled shelf-mark "11. F. 8."); Britwell sale, May 1920, lot 336; collated at Quaritch by Max Privett, 26 May 1920; Harmsworth copy (3)
  15. gilt arms of Archbishop Laud on boards; inscription on front end-paper: "Hen. [Henry ?] Fleming."; bought by the Folger from Ellis, Old House, cat. 354:154 (1)
  16. gilt arms of Sir Thomas Coghill (Co. York) on both covers; Armorial bookplate: Robt. More Esq. Linley. Bookplate: Mary P. Massey. Inscription: Leonard; Plue'net hujus possessor. Ms. notes. (3)
  17. gilt arms of the Dering family library; armorial bookplate of Sir Robert Phillimore; Hodgson's sale, 21 Nov. 1929, lot 604; collated at Quaritch; Harmsworth copy (2)
  18. Gilt at the top and bottom edges. The fore-edge is rough. (2)
  19. Gilt at the top of the front cover "THREE BOOKES OF SONGES OR AYRES (ornament, "three large leaf and three small leaf sprig ) COMPOSED BY JOHN DOWLAND LUTENIST. Underneath text is a compound ornament of three large leaves and three small leaves sprigs with white berries of an onlay leather. At the bottom of the cover are the dates Gilt 1600-1603. The spine is divided into six panels with the title and author gilt in the first and second panel. The turn-ins are gilt in a three line frame with flared corners and gilt dots. At the bottom of the back turn-in is an oval monogram with WHS. (3)
  20. Gilt border comprised of a 6 mm wide roll with alternating curved triangular forms resulting in elliptical negative space (#172, Maggs Bro. Bookbinding in the British Isles), inside this roll border is a gilt border comprised of a repeated pattern of four tools, a small diamond tool surrounded by pointille, a floret sprig, a pointille floret, rose on stem with two leaves, in the four corners is an individual forget-me-not on stem. The spine is divided into six panels with SHAKESPEARE in the second, and at the bottom of the 6th in very large numbers the date 1623 both framed with curved laurel sprigs. The tops surface of the double bands are tooled with the same wide roll used on the covers as are the edges and squares of the boards. The rest of the spine panels are filled with a diaper pattern of a solid diamond tool framed in pointille, and an unusual ornate rectangular floral band. (2)