A Short and Easy Introduction to Heraldry, in Two Parts. Part I. The Use of Arms and Armory, Rules of Blazon and Marshalling Coats of Armour, with Engraved Tables Upon a New Plan, for the Instruction of Those Who Wish to Learn the Science. Part II. A Dictionary of Heraldry, with an Alphabetical List of Its Terms in English, French, and Latin: Also the Different Degrees of the Nobility and Gentry of England, with Tables of Precedency. Embellished with Thirty-Eight Copperplates, Containing Upwards of a Thousand Examples. The Whole Compiled from the Most Approved Authorities.
G. Kearsley, London. 1788, 6th Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket. 282 pages plus index (complete). A genteel and contented copy even if a little worn and rested. Pocket sized. Quarter leather. The boards are marbled. These are much worn, marked and scuffed. They are firm and sturdy. The leathered corners are also worn. The leathered spine is contented and sure and pleasant. There is wear. The spine and boards are sure. Within, there are previous owner signatures. The early and later pages have mild wear and creasing. The page trims are marbled. The pages are clear, mild, placid, assured, diligent, generous and in very good condition. fk. Good/No Jacket.
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