John Gerarde, The Herball, 1597 - title-page

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Date:1597

Description:An owner of a volume contemporary with Shakespeare has replaced a missing title-page.

The decorative title-pages of books have occasionally been damaged, or removed by their owners. This copy of the original 1597 edition has been hand-coloured throughout very soon after it was printed. Its title-page has, however, been removed and replaced with one that has part replaced by a very amateur version of the formal garden.

Full Title: John Gerarde, The Herball, [colophon: Edm. Bollifant for Bonham and John Norton], 1597. (Copy with contemporary hand-colouring.)


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