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S. POPPING (publisher).

The Oxford Almanack of 1712, Explain’d: or, the Emblems of it Unriddl’d .... In a letter to a Friend.

‘A political satire’ (ESTC).

Published: S. Popping, London, 1711

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S. POPPING (publisher).

The Oxford Almanack of 1712, Explain’d: or, the Emblems of it Unriddl’d. Together with some Prefatory Account of the emblems of the Two preceding Years. In a letter to a Friend. London: printed for S. Popping, at the Raven in Pater-Noster-Row, 1711. Small octavo (8 x 4 3/4in; 203 x 120mm). Pp. [1]-3-20, ‘22’, 22-[24]. Uncut. (Title, final page and some margins soiled, title with some marginal tears and old creasing [see images]). Stitched, later wrappers (soiled, split).

‘A political satire’ : ESTC T5330; Goldsmiths’ 4831.

  • Binding Condition: Soiled, worn
  • Overall Condition: Acceptable
  • Size: 8 x 4 3/4in; 203 x 120mm
  • Sold By: Shadowrock Rare Books
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