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The Library of Anthony Wood [2002]

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Published in 2002 by Oxford Bibliographical Society.

In 1695 the antiquarian Anthony Wood bequeathed all his printed books, pamphlets and papers to the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. In 1860 they were moved to the Bodlean Library, and today most are housed on the J-Floor of the New Bodlean Library.

In all there are around 6,550 items. and this is a very useful and fascinating inventory of the collection. The author, Nicolas Kiessling, also provides some background on how and what Wood collected, and further information on the collection. A substantial index is provides as well as several reference appendices.

This weighty entire volume is in a very good clean condition with very little sign of any wear. However there is a small greasy stain on the front cover.

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Author(s):
Nicolas K Kiessling
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19.5 cm by 25 cm. 2.1 kg.
Edition:
2002
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0901420565
ISBN-13:
9780901420565
Number of pages:
758
Publisher:
Oxford Bibliographical Society
Title:
The Library of Anthony Wood

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Published in 2002 by Oxford Bibliographical Society.

In 1695 the antiquarian Anthony Wood bequeathed all his printed books, pamphlets and papers to the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. In 1860 they were moved to the Bodlean Library, and today most are housed on the J-Floor of the New Bodlean Library.

In all there are around 6,550 items. and this is a very useful and fascinating inventory of the collection. The author, Nicolas Kiessling, also provides some background on how and what Wood collected, and further information on the collection. A substantial index is provides as well as several reference appendices.

This weighty entire volume is in a very good clean condition with very little sign of any wear. However there is a small greasy stain on the front cover.

Author(s):
Nicolas K Kiessling
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19.5 cm by 25 cm. 2.1 kg.
Edition:
2002
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0901420565
ISBN-13:
9780901420565
Number of pages:
758
Publisher:
Oxford Bibliographical Society
Title:
The Library of Anthony Wood

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