London: Printed by John Baskerville; for J. and R. Tonson, 1761.
Royal Octavo. Full Leather. The Baskerville Congreve, in three volumes; nicely bound in black straight-grained morocco with raised bands, decorative motifs and lettering in gilt; triple ruled at the perimeters of the boards There is a Greek key roll on the turn-ins, and the edges have a gilt rule; all edges gilt. ~Marbled endpapers, with the armorial bookplate of “Holland House” on the pastedown, the old oval leather label of The Brick Row Book Shop at the bottom of the pastedown of Volume I.~~With the six plates called for by Gaskell, though with some variant placing as is sometimes the case. Wide margins. (Gaskell 16).
Very Good binding.