Cooper, Charles Henry. Memorials of Cambridge.
Cambridge: William Metcalfe, 1860. New Edition. 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall. Half-Leather. Very Good / N/A. 3 volumes, 138 steel engravings, 90 wood engravings, 17 etchings, and 31 pasted photographs (by Frith and Ernest Edwards), some light scattered spotting and foxing primarily to margins of plates, handsomely recently bound in brown morocco-backed marbled boards, spines with red lettering-pieces, tooled in gilt and blind. £900.00
 Coulton, G[eorge] G[ordon]. Art and the Reformation.
Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1928. First Edition. 8vo – over 7¾” – 9¾” tall. Original Cloth. Inscribed By Author. Very Good / No Jacket. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR AND DATED 1928 ‘In grateful acknowledgement’, on the f.f.e.p., plain plates, illustrations in the text, blue cloth (in mylar), spine lettered in gilt, head of spine slightly frayed, outer edges of pages a little browned, endpapers with faint spotting. AN INSCRIBED COPY of G. G. Coulton’s seminal book on art and the reformation. The author was a medieval historian and fellow of Trinity College Cambridge. £60.00
Cox, Rev. Thomas. Cambridgeshire. Extracted from Magna Britannia.
With a folding map of Cambridgeshire by Robert Morden, pages numbered 226-270 + leaf of distance table, marbled paper wraps. [London: E. and R. Nutt, c.1720]. Includes sections on: the various Hundreds; Natural History; Ecclesiastical History, etc. £85.00