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G O D A L M I N G

BIBLIOPHILE SALE

Wednesday 5th December 2012


Sale No. 36005

❦ TrAVEL & TOPOGrAPHy Lots 1-42

❦ SCIENCE & TrANSPOrT,

NATUrAL HISTOry & SPOrT Lots 43-77

❦ ArT & ArCHITECTUrE Lots 78-109

❦ CHILDrEN’S & ILLUSTrATED BOOkS

AND PrINTS Lots 110-162

❦ PrIVATE PrESS AND BIBLIOGrAPHy Lots 163-249

❦ CONTINENTAL LITErATUrE AND HISTOry Lots 250-269

❦ ENGLISH LITErATUrE AND HISTOry Lots 270-398

❦ MODErN FIrST EDITIONS Lots 399-449


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❦ TrAVEL & TOPOGrAPHy

1. Africa.- Baker (Sir Samuel) Th e Ni l e Tr i b u Ta r i e s o f ab y s s i N i a, a N d T h e sw o r d hu N T e r s

o f T h e ha m r a N ar a b s, firsT e d i T i o N, engraved portrait frontispiece, 2 coloured maps, 23

plates, original blue cloth, gilt pictorial vignette to upper cover, spine darkened, a little

creased and worn, corners and edges slightly bumped, rubbed at extremities, overall very

good, 8vo, 1867. £100 - £150

2. -. Harris (Sir William Cornwallis) Na r r aT i v e o f a N ex p e d i T i o N i N T o so u T h e r N

af r i c a, firsT e d i T i o N, 4 engraved plates, lacks folding map, tissue-guards, contemporary

presentation inscription, bookplate to pastedown, contemporary half morocco, rubbed and

scuffed, Bombay, 1838; and another, travel, 8vo (2) £200 - £300

*** The inscription is from a Lieutenant Ah.H.O.Matthews, ‘Hospitals’, Bombay.

3. -. Stanley (Henry M.).- Th e am e r i c a N Te s T i m o N i a l ba N q u e T, to Henry M. Stanley (The).

In recognition of his Heroic Achievements in the cause of Humanity, Science and Civilization,

and A Greeting to His Chief Officers, 11 pp. printed on blue paper, mounted on very thick

card, 6 mounted photographs, all but one portraits, original brown calf, embossed with the

American eagle and shield reading “Stanley”, spine worn, upper joint split chipped with

loss at head and tail, slightly rubbed, contemporary inscription to verso of front endpaper,

Privately Printed, [1890] £150 - £200

4. Atlas.- os T e l l’s Ge N e r a l aT l a s, new edition, 30 engraved maps (2 double-page), handcoloured

in outline, first gathering tipper-in, ink inscription to pastedown, original printed

boards, rebacked with tape, upper cover detached, rubbed, a little worn at extremities, 4to,

1825. £150 - £200

5. Australia.- King (Captain Phillip P.) Na r aT i v e o f a su rv e y o f T h e iN T e rT r o p i c a l a N d

we s T e r N co a s T s o f au s T r a l i a, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, s e c o N d issue,13 engraved plates, most

aquatints, one folding map, lacking half-titles and folding chart which is replaced with

another ‘Melville & Bathurst Islands with Cobourg Peninsula’, some foxing, contemporary

calf, rebacked, rubbed, [Ferguson 1130], 8vo, 1827. £500 - £700

*** This second issue has cancel titles dated 1827 not 1826. “An essential inclusion in any

collection of books relating to Australian coastal discovery. His contribution to the discovery

and progressive settlement of the entire Australian continent is of the highest consequence...”

Wantrup.

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6. China.- sh a N G h a i To-day , third edition, 50 tipped-in photogravure plates, bookplate to

endpaper, ink inscription to pastedown, original cloth-backed wrappers, lacking spine, a

little rubbed and creased at extremities, 4to, Hong Kong, 1930. £200 - £300

7. -. Ready (Oliver G.) life a N d sp o rT iN ch i N a, firsT e d i T i o N, photographic plates, some

foxing, new endpapers, original cloth, rubbed at edges, 8vo, 1903. £60 - £80

*** A study of Anglo-Chinese life and including accounts of the game-fauna of eastern

China.

8. European Views.- c.80 v i e w o f eu r o p e a N c i T i e s a N d l a N d s c a p e s, most photographs with

Frith’s Series mark, tissue-guards, margins decorated with pen and ink drawings, some with

hand-colouring, fading to some photographs, contemporary calf, gilt, rubbed, loss to spine

ends, 4to, 1876. £150 - £200

9. India.- Capper (James) ob s e rvaT i o N s o N T h e pa s s a G e To iN d i a Th r o u G h eG y p T, third

edition, errata f., 3 engraved folding maps and 1 folding plate, short tears and a little

creased at margins, one map torn without loss, endpapers a little foxed, minor soiling, ink

ownership inscription to verso of map, contemporary half calf, spine gilt, spine ends and

corners slightly bumped, a little rubbed and worn, 8vo, for W.Faden, 1785. £300 - £400

10. Japan.- Anderson (William) Th e pi c T o r i a l arT s o f Ja pa N, with a brief historical sketch

of the associated arts, and some remarks upon the pictorial art of the Chinese and Koreans,

p r o o f c o p y s i G N e d b y aN d e r s o N, plates and illustrations, some chromolithograph, foxed

throughout, contemporary half morocco, rubbed and marked, folio, 1886. £400 - £600

11. -. Mounsey (Augustus H.) Th e saT s u m a re b e l l i o N, firsT e d i T i o N, half-title, frontispiece

and folding map, 32pp. advertisements at end, ex-library copy with stamps, original pictorial

cloth, gilt, gilt shelf number to spine, a little frayed at extremities, 8vo, 1879. £75 - £100

12. Middle East.- Abram (Edward) a ri d e Th r o u G h sy r i a, firsT e d i T i o N, s i G N e d

p r e s e N TaT i o N iNscripTioN f r o m T h e a u T h o r To sp e N c e r ch a d w i c k, folding map frontispiece, 5

engraved plates, woodcut illustrations, original morocco, tape repair to upper joint, a little

rubbed, 8vo, 1887. £150 - £200

*** Spencer Chadwick, prominent Victorian theatre architect.

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13. -. Lawrence (T.E.) se v e N pi l l a r s o f wi s d o m, 1935 § Doughty (Charles M.) Travels in

Arabia Deserta, 2 vol., new edition, folding maps, 1936; Die Offenbarung Arabiens, signed

inscription from the author on front free endpaper, cloth stained, Leipzig, 1937, plates,

original cloth, the first two t.e.g., others uncut, all slightly rubbed and marked, and another,

Middle East, 4to & 8vo (5) £60 - £80

14. Mountaineering.- Freshfield (Douglas W.) ro u N d ka N G c h e N J u N G a a Na r r aT i v e

o f mo u N Ta i N Tr av e l a N d ex p l o r aT i o N, folding panorama, 3 maps and illustrations,

original red cloth, gilt decorated, dulling to spine and edges, 8vo, Edward Arnold, 1903.

£200 - £300

15. -. Howard-Bury (Lieut.-Col.C.K) mo u N T ev e r e s T Th e re c o N N a i s s a N c e, 1921 1922 §

Bruce (Brigadier-General Hon. C.G.) The Assault on Mount Everest 1922, 1924 § Norton

(Lt.-Col. E.F.) The Fight for Everest: 1924, original cloth, the last with tear to spine, first

two with a contemporary inscription and all three signed by Dora M. King, slightly rubbed

and worn, 1925, firsT a N d l a s T firsT e d i T i o N s, the second, second edition, the first two

with photogravure frontispieces, all with plates and folding maps, some foxing, [Neate

H120, B196 & N31; Yakushi R213-215] § Bray (L.E.) and D.E.Pilley, editors. The Pinnacle

Club Journal, No.s 1-11, 13, 14, 16, 51, and book of rules, original printed stiff wrappers,

illustrations, 1924-1978 § Heaton Cooper (W.) The Hills of Lakeland, firsT e d i T i o N, library

edition, original cloth, illustrations, dust-jacket, slightly foxed, signed by Dora M. King,

1938 § de Beer (G.R.) Alps and Men, firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations, original cloth, dust-jacket,

slightly worn, 1932; and a quantity of mountaineering and climbing books similar most

signed by Dora M. King, v.s.( c.85) £400 - £600

16. Norway.- Tönsberg (Niels Christian) No r G e, f r e m s T i l l e T i Te G N i N G e r, text in

Norwegian, German and English, chromolithographed title, 71 tinted lithographed plates,

text ff. lightly browned, some plates with light foxing, but generally in good clean condition,

contemporary red half morocco, gilt spine in compartments, corners worn, joints rubbed,

oblong 4to, Christiania, [1855]. £200 - £300

*** A good copy of an attractive set of views.

Provenance: Henry Samuel Howard Guinness (engraved bookplate).

17. Polar.- Scott (Robert F.) Th e vo ya G e o f T h e ‘di s c o v e ry’, 2 vol., mixed impressions,

maps and illustrations, foxed, contemporary half calf, rubbed, 1905 § Nansen (Fridjtof)

The First Crossing of Greenland, new edition, original cloth, 1892, 8vo (3) £80 - £120

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18. West Indies.- Waller (John Augustine) a vo ya G e iN T h e we s T iN d i e s, firsT e d i T i o N,

map frontispiece, 6 aquatint plates, occasional very light browning, modern calf-backed

boards, [Sabin 101114], 8vo, 1820. £200 - £300

19. World.- Bensusan (S.L.) mo r o c c o, N u m b e r 85 o f 250 s i G N e d c o p i e s, illustrations by

A.S.Forrest, original pictorial white buckram cloth, t.e.g., other edges uncut, slightly worn,

A&C Black, 1904 § Menpes (Mortimer and Dorothy) Japan. A Record in Colour, N u m b e r

125 o f 600 s i G N e d c o p i e s, original pictorial white buckram cloth, t.e.g., other edges uncut,

small split to top of spine otherwise very good, A&C Black, [1901] § Hope Moncrieff (A.R.)

Bonnie Scotland, N u m b e r 19 o f 250 s i G N e d c o p i e s, illustrations by Sutton Palmer, original

pictorial white buckram cloth, t.e.g., other edges uncut, slightly dull, A&C Black, 1904 §

Huish (Marcus B.) British Water-Colour Art, N u m b e r 187 o f 500 s i G N e d c o p i e s, numerous

illustrations, original pictorial white buckram cloth, t.e.g., other edges uncut, slightly dull,

A&C Black, 1904, 4to. (4) £200 - £300

20. -. De Silva (R.K.) il l u s T r aT i o N s a N d vi e w s o f du T c h ce y l o N 1602-1796, illustrations,

London & Leiden, 1988 § Haks (Leo) and Guus Maris. Lexicon of Foreign Artists Who

Visualized Indonesia, plates, 1995 § Meckly (Eugene P.) Mont Blanc, The Early Years,

Asheville, 1995, original cloth, 4to & 8vo (3) £150 - £200

21. Brady (Rob) aN hi s T o r i c a l Tr e aT i s e o f ci T i e s, a N d bu r G h s o r bo r o u G h s, contemporary

calf, Samuel Lowndes, 1690 § Gastineau (Henry) South Wales Illustrated, in a Series of

Views, foxed, contemporary half calf, Jones & Co., [c.1830], 4to (2) £200 - £300

22. Cary (John) ca ry’s Ne w iT i N e r a ry: third edition, large folding engraved map with

tears and tape repairs, possibly lacking a section, contemporary tree calf, for Cary, 1806;

and the ninth edition of the same, lacking most of large map, 6 further folding engraved

maps present, modern calf-backed boards, 1821 § Paterson (Lt.-Col.) A New and Accurate

Description of all the direct and princpal cross roads..., 14th edition, large folding engraved

map, title trimmed, contemporary half calf, lower cover detached, rubbed, 1808, 8vo (3)

£100 - £150

23. Devonshire.- Ogilby (John) Th e ro a d f r o m ex e T e r To Tr u r o e, engraved strip map,

central title cartouche with tear to central fold and staining, outline colouring, [c.1675], 350

x 470mm. £80 - £120

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24. Dineley (Thomas) Th e ac c o u N T o f T h e official pr o G r e s s o f his Gr a c e he N ry Th e fi r s T

du k e o f be a u f o rT T h r o u G h wa l e s iN 1684, su b s c r i b e r s e d i T i o N, photo-lithography from

the original mss, preface by Richard Banks, original cloth, gilt, 1888 § Fraser (Maxwell)

In Praise of Manxland, firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations, original cloth, 1935 § Inglis Ker (J.)

Scotland for the Motorist, forth edition revised, maps and illustrations, original cloth, 1927

§ Croston (James) Old Manchester, o N e o f 450 c o p i e s, illustrations, original quarter leather,

spine damaged, gutta percha perished, contents loose, Manchester, 1875 § Procter (Richard

Wright) Memorials of Manchester Streets, illustrations, original cloth, worn hinges cracked,

Manchester, 1874 § Ashworth (Thomas) Sketches of Manchester and Salford Executed,

illustrations, original decorated cloth, rubbed, front hinge cracked, [1877]; and a quantity

of others, v.s. £150 - £200

25. England.- Morris Morris (F. O.) a se r i e s o f pi c T u r e s q u e vi e w s o f se aT s o f T h e

No b l e m e N a N d Ge N T l e m e N o f Gr e aT briTaiN a N d ir e l a N d with Descriptive and Historical

Letterpress, 6 vol., plates, original cloth gilt, some boards detached, [c.1880], plus 5 other

vol., v.s. (11) not subject to return £100 - £150

26. -. Rose (Thomas) we s T m o r l a N d, cu m b e r l a N d, du r h a m, a N d No rT h u m b e r l a N d

il l u s T r aT e d, 3 vol., engraved additional vignette title and 216 views on 108 sheets, some

light foxing, contemporary morocco, gilt, spine in compartments, slightly rubbed, g.e., a

good set, 4to, 1832-[1835]. £150 - £200

27. Fairbairns (Arnold) Th e caT h e d r a l s o f eN G l a N d a N d wa l e s, 33 original parts, plates,

some foxing, parts in original wrappers, preserved in original card box, 1907; and c.15

others, Britain, some tourist guides and maps, v.s. (c.50) £40 - £60

28. Grose (Francis) Th e aN T i q u i T i e s o f eN G l a N d a N d wa l e s, 8 vol., new edition, [c.1787];

The Antiquities of Ireland, 2 vol., 1791; The Antiquities of Scotland, 2 vol., 1791, 9 vignette

titles, 1 folding map, 52 county maps, some hand coloured, 37 plans, 595 plates; 2 vignette

titles, 26 plans, 230 plates; 2 vignette titles, 1 folding map, 190 plates, foxing, a few pages

detached, contemporary calf, rubbed and chipped, several boards detached, 4to (12)

£700 - £1,000

29. Kent.- Igglesden (Sir Charles) a sa u N T e r Th r o u G h ke N T w iT h pe N a N d pe N c i l, v o l.

i-vii, ix-xii, xiv, xvii-xx, xxii-xxx1, together 25 vol. only of 34, illustrations by

X. Willis, original cloth, slightly rubbed, corners bumped, spines faded or dulled, sm. 4to,

[1900-46]. £100 - £150

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30. London.- su rv e y o f lo N d o N, vol. 7, 17, 22-24, 31, 35-37 & 39 only, together 10 vol.,

plates and illustrations, folding maps loose in pockets at end, some early vol. a little browned,

vol.7 original wrappers, browned, the rest original cloth, all but vol.7 dust-jackets, 4to,

1921-77. £200 - £300

31. Lysons (Daniel and Samuel) ma G N a br i Ta N N i a; b e i N G a co N c i s e To p o G r a p h i c a l ac o u N T

o f T h e se v e r a l co u N T i e s o f Gr e aT briTaiN, vol.6 only (Devonshire), engraved folding map

and 32 (of 33) plates, some offsetting and foxing, contemporary calf, upper cover detached,

corners worn, rubbed, 1822 § Redding (Cyrus) An Illustrated Itinerary of the County of

Cornwall, half-title, engraved frontispiece, map, plates and illusrations, contemporary

morocco-backed cloth, spine rather worn, 1842, 4to (2) £60 - £80

32. Marshall (W., publisher) se l e c T vi e w s iN Gr e aT briTaiN, 26 parts in 3 vol.only,

216 engraved plates (most 2 to a page), some light browning and spotting, occasional

offsetting, contemporary half calf by T.Sutcliffe of Burney (with book labels), gilt spines in

compartments, corners worn, rubbed and scuffed, 12mo, [c.1825]. £150 - £200

*** All parts of this charming series are scarce.

33. Meyrick Th e co s T u m e o f T h e or i G i N a l iN h a b i Ta N T s o f T h e briTish is l a N d s, (Sir Samuel

Rush) and Charles Hamilton Smith. firsT e d i T i o N, additional hand-coloured aquatint title

and 23 (of 24) plates, some light offsetting and spotting, minor soiling to margins, original

paper label to pastedown, contemporary half morocco, spine gilt, spine ends and corners

bumped, joints a little cracked but firm, extremities worn, rubbed, [Abbey, Life, 427; Colas

2051], folio, 1821. £200 - £300

34. Moll (Herman) a Ne w ma p o f Gr e aT briTaiN ac c o r d i N G To T h e Ne w e s T a N d mo s T

ex a c T so u r c e s, engraved map on 2 sheets, Shetland Islands inset, outline colouring, 1011 x

610mm, 1717or later. £220 - £280

35. Northumberland.- Longstaffe (W. Hylton Dyer) Th e hi s T o ry a N d aN T i q u i T i e s o f

T h e pa r i s h o f da r l i N G T o N, engraved frontispiece, engraved plates, scattered ink & blind

library stamps, woodcut vignettes, contemporary morocco, gilt, rubbed at edges, g.e., 8vo,

Darlington & London, 1854. £100 - £150

36. Pevsner (Sir Nikolaus) and others. Th e bu i l d i N G s o f eN G l a N d, 50 vol., all but 3 with

dust-jackets, v.d.; plus 2 others similar, 8vo (52) £300 - £400

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37. Photograph Album briTish To p o G r a p h y, half calf album, damaged, professional

photographs, include Aldershot, Whitby, Torquay, Ben Nevis, Dublin, etc., c.1885, plus 3

similar photograph albums of topographical and foreign views, plus 7 folders of prints and

ephemera, folio, (11) £100 - £150

38. Robert de Vaugondy (Didier) le ro ya u m e d’aN G l e T e r r e divise se l o N l e s se p T

ro ya u m e s o u he p Ta r c h i e d e s sa x o N s, engraved map, outline colour, 480 x 510mm, 1753.

£100 - £150

39. Scotland.- Ramage (Craufurd Tait) dr u m l a N r i G ca s T l e a N d T h e do u G l a s e s: w iT h T h e

ea r ly hi s T o ry a N d aN c i e N T re m a i N s o f du r i s d e e r, Closeburn, and Morton, foxed, original

cloth, J. Anderson & Son, Dumfries, 1876 § MacCunn (Florence) Sir Walter Scott’s Friends,

fowed, original cloth, marked, 1909 § McKay (Andrew) Catalogue of the Pictures in

Montagu House Belonging to the Duke of Buccleuch, contemporary half morocco, rubbed,

privately published, 1898, plus 19 other Scottish related vol., v.s. (22) £80 - £120

40. Staffordshire.- Saxton (Christopher) sTa f f o r d i a e co m i TaT u s pa r s ol i m co r N a u i o r u m,

engraved map, outline colouring, 270 x 380mm, c.1610 § Morden (Robert) Staffordshire,

engraved map, outline colouring, 430 x 370mm, c.1695. (2) £150 - £250

41. Wales.- Fosbrooke (Rev. Thomas Dudley) Th e wy e To u r, o r GilpiN o N T h e wy e,

firsT e d i T i o N, portrait frontispiece, woodcut map, modern half cloth, 12mo, Ross, 1818.

£150 - £200

*** A rare little work, allegedly the first printed in Ross.

42. Yorkshire.- Blaeu (Joannes) du c aT u s eb o r a c e N s i s aN G l i c e yo r k s h i r e, engraved

map, title cartouche, mileage chart and 3 coats of arms, outline colouring, 390 x 500mm,

c.1648. £150 - £200

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GODALMING

43. Brande (Willilam Thomas) a ma N u a l o f ch e m i s T ry, 3 vol., second edition, 3 folding

engraved plates, contemporary half calf, rubbed at extremities, 8vo, 1821. £100 - £150

44. Fourier (Joseph) Th e aN a ly T i c a l Th e o ry o f he aT , translated by Alexander Freeman,

firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, ink ownership inscription, original cloth, a little rubbed, Cambridge,

1878 § Poisson (S.D.) Traité de Mécanique, 2 vol., second edition, 7 folding plates,

occasional foxing, joints repaired, endpapers replaced, contemporary roan-backed boards,

rubbed and chipped, Paris, Bachelier, 1833, 8vo (2) £100 - £150

45. Jamieson (Alexander) a Tr e aT i s e o N T h e co N s T r u c T i o N o f ma p s, firsT e d i T i o N, 20

engraved plates, 1814 b o u N d w iT h Peacock (D.M.) A System of Conic Sections, second

edition, vignettes, 1817 b o u N d w iT h Ferguson (James) The Art of Drawing in Perspective,

new edition, 9 folding engraved plates, Edinburgh, 1824, 3 works in one vol., contemporary

half calf, slightly rubbed, 8vo. £60 - £80

46. Maynwaringe (Everard) Tu T e l a s a N i TaT i s s i v e vi Ta p r o T r a c Ta. Th e p r o T e c T i o N o f l o N G

l i f e, a N d d e T e c T i o N o f i T s b r e v i T y, f r o m diæTic c a u s e s a N d c o m m o N c u T o m s, title in red and

black, lacking final f., some gatherings loose, some loss to upper corners, affecting text from

1H5 to 1I2, original boards, loss head of upper board, [Wing M1517], by Peter Lillicrap,

1664; and 17 others, mostly literature, maritime and cookery, v.s.; sold not subject to return

(18) £100 - £150

*** The first is a rare little medical work. ESTC lists only 5 copies in the UK, 3 in the US.

47. Medicine.- Willis (Thomas) op e r a, 2 vol. in 1, half title, title in red & black, engraved

initials and tail-pieces, numerous anatomical vignettes, occasional very light spotting,

modern half morocco, Venice, Joh. Malachinus, 1720 § [Keill (James)] The Anatomy of the

Humane Body Abridged, signatures cut from title with loss, contemporary ink inscriptions

to title, contemporary calf, a little scuffed, for William Keblewhite, 1698, folio & 12mo (2)

£100 - £150

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48. Mills (John) aN essay o N T h e we aT h e r, firsT e d i T i o N, 2 advertisement ff., modern

morocco-backed boards, 8vo, for S.Hooper, 1770. £400 - £600

*** A rare little work on the weather, includes ‘directions for preserving lives and buildings

from the fatal effects of lightening.’ ESTC lists 4 copies in the UK, 2 in Europe and 6 in the

US.

49. Russell (Richard) de Ta b e Gl a N d u l a r i s i v e de usu aq u æ ma r i N æ iN mo r b i s

Gl a N d u l a r u m, firsT e d i T i o N, engraved title vignette and 7 plates, errata slip mounted on

lower margin of final f., lightly browned, some spotting and offsetting, contemporary calfbacked

marbled boards, covers detached, worn, red morocco label loosely inserted, 8vo,

Oxford, At the Sheldonian Theatre, 1750. £60 - £80

*** On the use of sea-water to treat glandular diseases.

50. Serret (J.A.) co u r s d e ca l c u l di f f é r e N T i e l, 2 vol., occasional light foxing, bookplate

to pastedowns, contemporary half calf, spines with red and green morocco labels, a little

rubbed, Paris, 1868 § Legendre (Adrien Marie) Éléments de Géométrie, twelfth edition,

14 engraved folding plates, occasional spotting, contemporary tree calf, gilt, spine rubbed,

Paris, 1827; and another, mathematics, 8vo (4) £150 - £200

51. [Smith J.] aN iT r o d u c T i o N To ar i T h m e T i c, school text book, some contemporary

annotations to problems, original quarter sheep over printed boards, worn at extremities,

sm. 4to, Wisbech, [c.1850] £100 - £150

52. Bateman (John Frederick La Trobe) hi s T o ry a N d de s c r i p T i o N o f T h e ma N c h e s T e r

waT e rw o r k s, 2 lithographed plates, numerous folding plans and plates at end, some partly

printed in colour, last folding plan with some tears and minor loss, original morocco-backed

& -cornered cloth, 4to, Manchester & London, 1884. £180 - £220

[se e il l u s T r aT i o N]

53. Dow (George) Gr e aT ce N T r a l, 3 vol., colour frontispieces, folding maps, original cloth,

dust-jackets, vol.I price-clipped, 8vo, 1959-65. £80 - £120

*** A History of the Great Central Railway.

54. MacDermot (E.T.) hi s T o ry o f T h e Gr e aT we s T e r N ra i l w a y, 2 vol. in 3 as issued, plates

and folding maps, illustrations, original cloth, 8vo, 1927. £120 - £180

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55. Rolt (L.T.G.) a hu N s l e T hu N d r e d, firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations, original boards, slightly

soiled, dust-jacket, slightly chipped and clipped, 1964; Green and Silver, firsT e d i T i o N,

second impression, photographs by Angela Rolt, original cloth, dust-jacket, 1968; Isambard

Kingdom Brunel, firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations, original boards, dust-jacket, 1957; Landscape

with Machines, firsT e d i T i o N, original boards, dust-jacket, worn, 1971; The Inland Waterways

of England, firsT e d i T i o N, original cloth, dust-jacket, slightly worn, 1950; James Watt, firsT

e d i T i o N, illustrations, rebound in half tan morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, g.e., original

dust-jacket supplied, 1962; The Clouded Mirror, firsT e d i T i o N, original boards, dust-jacket,

1955; a small collection of ephemera and 39 others similar, v.s. (c.45) £250 - £350

56. Rutter (H. Thornton) mo d e r N mo T o r s, 4 vol., photographic plates, 3 vol.

with chromolithographed plate with moving parts, original cloth, 4to, n.d. [c.1920].

£100 - £150

57. Alexander (C.P) and others. di p T e r a o f paTa G o N i a a N d so u T h ch i l e, 7 parts in 19

(?only), plates, ex-library copies with stamps, most original printed wrappers, 2 parts in

contemporary cloth, a good set, 1937 § Smith (Malcolm) Monograph of the Sea-Snakes

(Hydrophidae), 2 plates, illustrations, ex-library copy with stamps, library cloth, spine

gilt, 1926; and a small quantity of others, Natural History, many journals and periodicals,

including a few books on horses, v.s. (Sm.Qty.) £100 - £150

58. Beebe (William) ph e a s a N T s Th e i r li v e s a N d ho m e s , colour plates, original cloth gilt,

spine dulled, Robert Hale, 1937 § Heatherley (Francis) The Peregrine Falcon at the Eyrie,

original cloth with photo onlay, Country Life, 1913 § Watkins-Pitchford (D. J. “B.B.”)

Manka, the Sky Gipsy. The Story of a Wild Goose, original cloth, 1939, plus 21 related vol.,

v.s. .24) £100 - £150

59. Buffon (George Louis le Clerc, Comte de) NaT u r a l hi s T o ry, Ge N e r a l a N d pa rT i c u l a r,

17 vol. only (of 20), many engraved plates, some folding, contemporary calf, gilt, gilt, a

little rubbed, 8vo, 1812. £150 - £200

60. Buffon (Georges Louis Marie Leclerc, Comte de) hisToire NaT u r e l l e, Ge N e r a l e

e T pa rT i c u l i e r e, 32 vol., only, of 44, comprising vol. 1-24; vol. 1-2 of Minerals; vol. 1-6

Supplements, plates, contemporary speckled calf, rubbed, some spine labels missing, 4to,

L’Imprimerie Royale, Paris, 1749-1783, plus an extra copy of Supplement Vol. 3. Sold not

subject to return (33) £2,000 - £3,000

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61. Dickson (R.W.) pr a c T i c a l aG r i c u lT u r e; 2 vol., 87 engraved plates, 2 folding, 27 handcoloured,

some offsetting to text in places, contemporary tree calf, rubbed, upper joint to

vol.1 cracking, 1805 § [Encyclopaedia of London] Husbandry, p.490 - 600, 10 engraved

plates, modern hand colouring, modern boards, n.d. [1810], 4to. (3). £200 - £300

62. Featon (Mr. and Mrs. E.H.) Th e arT al b u m o f Ne w Ze a l a N d fl o r a, vol. 1 only as

issued, firsT a N d o N ly e d i T i o N, frontispiece and 39 chromo-lithograph plates, original gilt

decorated cloth, lacking front end-paper, inscription to verso of frontispiece, hinges cracked,

worn at extremities, 4to., Wellington, New Zealand, 1889. £250 - £350

63. Kirkby (William) and William Spence. aN iN T r o d u c T i o N To eN T y m o l o G y, 4 vol., the

second/third mixed edition, 2 engraved portraits and 30 plates, 6 hand-coloured, plain

plates foxed, occasional spotting, contemporary half calf, spines gilt and with red leather

label, vol.1 joints starting, rubbed and scuffed, 8vo, 1818-1826. £60 - £80

64. [Marshall (William)] pl a N T i N G a N d ru r a l or N a m e N T, 2 vol., foxed, contemporary

cloth with leather letter pieces to spines, shelf sunned, 8vo, G. Nicol et al, 1796.

£80 - £120

65. Morris (Beverley) briTish Ga m e bi r d s a N d wi l d f o w l, 2 vol., fifth edition, 60 handcoloured

plates, occasional foxing, bookplate on front pastedown, original half morocco,

rubbed, spines gilt, slightly faded, 8vo, 1897. £200 - £300

[se e il l u s T r aT i o N]

66. Price (Sarah) il l u s T r aT i o N s o f T h e fu N G i o f o u r fi e l d s a N d wo o d s, vol.1 only (of 2),

half-title, 10 hand-coloured lithographed plates, list of subscribers, loose within original

pictorial cloth, gilt, spines and corners frayed, a few short splits to spine, 4to, 1864.

£60 - £80

67. Seebohm (Henry) a hi s T o ry o f briTish bi r d s, 4 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, 68 chromolithographed

plates, plate guards, occasional foxing, contemporary half morocco, gilt, slightly rubbed,

t.e.g., 8vo, for the Author, 1883-85. £150 - £200

68. Thornton (Robert John) Th e briTish fl o r a, 4 vol. only (of 5, lacking vol. 2), c.254

engraved plates, occasional spotting and offsetting, Neatham Mill Library embossed stamp

on rear endpaper, contemporary half calf, spines gilt, rubbed, some joints cracking, 8vo,

1812. £40 - £60

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69. Walsh (Wendy), Ruth Isabel Ross & Charles Nelson. aN ir i s h fl o r i l e G i u m: wi l d

a N d Ga r d e N pl a N T s o f ir e l a N d, 2 vol., colour plates, with a card signed by all three loosely

inserted, original cloth, dust-jackets, slip-case, 4to, 1983-87. £750 - £900

70. Westwood (J. O.) Th e briTish mo T h s a N d Th e i r Tr a N s f o r m aT i o N s il l u s T r aT e d iN a

se r i e s o f pl aT e s b y h. N. hu m p h r e y s, 2 vol., hand coloured plates, inner hinges pulled,

original red cloth gilt, spines torn, contents clean, 4to, William and Robert Chambers,

1860. £100 - £150

71. Wheeler (James) Th e bo Ta N i s T’s a N d Ga r d e N e r’s Ne w di c T i o N a ry, firsT e d i T i o N, 2

engraved plates, title lightly foxed, modern calf-backed marbled boards, W.Strahan. W.Owen

[&c.], 1763 § Miller (Philip) The Gardeners Kalendar, ninth edition, engraved frontispiece,

offsetting to title, contemporary speckled calf, gilt, chipped and rubbed, for John and James

Rivington, 1751; and another, Botany, 8vo (3) £100 - £150

72. Astley (Philip) as T l e y’s sy s T e m o f eq u e s T r i a N ed u c aT i o N, ex h i b i T i N G T h e be a u T i e s a N d

de f e c T s o f T h e ho r s e, fourth edition, engraved portrait frontispiece and 9 plates, offsetting,

some foxing or spotting, original boards, rebacked, small piece missing from head of spine,

corners a little worn, soiled, uncut, 1801. £100 - £150

*** Astley was the proprietor of several famous equestrian amphitheatres and was considered

by many to be the best horse trainer of his day.

73. Browne (Hablot K.) [“Phiz”] ra c i N G a N d ch a s i N G T h e ro a d T h e ri v e r a N d T h e hu N T.

illustrated title and 50 graphotype plates, modern half morocco, paper boards, original

chromolithographed pictorial upper wrappers laid down on new boards, oblong 4to,

[1868]. £60 - £80

74. Chapman (Herbert) oN fo o T b a l l, frontispiece, occasional light foxing, original

cloth, a little bumped at spine ends and corners, otherwise near-fine, 8vo, 1934.

£80 - £120

75. Garrett (Theodore Francis, editor) Th e eN c y c l o p æ d i a o f pr a c T i c a l co o k e ry, 8 vol.,

chromolithographed plates, illustrations, original cloth, g.e., a very good set, 4to, [1892-

94]. £150 - £200

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76. Hawker (P.) iN s T r u c T i o N s To yo u N G sp o rT s m e N, second edition, p r e s e N TaT i o N c o p y

f r o m T h e a u T h o r To lo r d ro d N e y, inscribed on title, coloured frontispiece and 5 engraved

plates, some light foxing, B1 corner torn with loss, contemporary half calf, gilt, upper

cover detached, lower joint cracked, 2 bookplates to front paste-down one armorial of Lord

Rodney, rubbed and worn, 8vo., 1816 £100 - £150

77. Watts Mrs. Roger) Th e fi N e arT o f Ju J u T s u, photographic illustrations, original cloth

with mounted illustration, 1906 § Hedin (Sven) Trans-Himalaya, 3 vol., vol.I & II reprints,

vol.III first edition, plates, folding maps, original cloth, covers damp-damaged with loss to

spine, 1910-13 § Jourdain (H.F.N.) and E.Fraser. The Connaught Rangers, 2 vol., plates, vol.

II frontispiece detached, original cloth, vol.I spine worn, 1924-26 § Scott (George Ryley)

The History of Cockfighting, limited edition, title printed in red & black, plates, original

buckram, spine sunned, t.e.g., others uncut, [1957]; and a quantity of others, miscellaneous,

including several framed & glazed 1830s costume plates from La Mode, v.s. (qty)

£150 - £200

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78. Alexander( J. J. G. & Otto Pacht & Elzbieta Temple il l u m i N aT e d ma N u s c r i p T s iN T h e

bo d l e i a N li b r a ry ox f o r d, 3 vol., dust-jackets, chipped and torn, original cloth, Oxford,

1969/1973; Illuminated Manuscripts in Oxford College Libraries, The University Archives,

and the Taylor Institution, dust-jacket, chipped, original cloth, Oxford, 1985 § Sandler (Lucy

Freeman) The Peterborough Psalter in Brussels and Other Fenland Manuscripts, dust-jacket,

original cloth, 1974, plus 2 related vol., v.s. (8) £100 - £150

79. ar c h a e o l o G i c a l Jo u r N a l (Th e), vol.1-7, 9, 11, 13-18, 20, 21, 23-32, 34, 35, 39, 41,

plates and illustrations, some folding, contemporary half calf, spines gilt, some detached or

becoming loose, rubbed, 8vo, 1845-84; sold not subject to return. £100 - £150

80. Benezit (E.) di c T i o N N a i r e cr i T i q u e e T do c u m e N Ta i r e d e s pe i N T r e s, sc u l p T e u r s,

de s s i N aT e u r s e T Gr av e u r s, 10 vol., original cloth, Paris, 1976 § Johnson (J. & A Greutzner)

The Dictionary of British Artists 1880-1940, dust-jacket, original cloth, Woodbridge, 1986

§ Baillie (G. H. et al) Britten’s Old Clocks and Watches and Their Makers, dust-jacket,

original cloth, 1956, plus 23 other vol., v.s. (35) £100 - £150

81. Berenson (Bernard) iTa l i a N pi c T u r e s o f T h e re N a i s s a N c e, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, tippedin

colour frontispiece, black & white plates, original cloth, dust-jackets, browning to spines,

otherwise very good, 4to, 1957. £100 - £150

82. Bury (Adrian) Joseph cr aw h a l l: T h e ma N & T h e arT i s T, one of 975 copies, tippedin

colour plates, 1958 § Drawings (The) of L.S. Lowry, Public & Private, jacket spine

sunned, 1976 § Butlin (Martin) and Evelyn Joll. The Paintings of J.M.W. Turner, 2 vol.,

New Haven & London, 1984 § Roberts (Leonard) Arthur Hughes, his Life and Works, 1997

§ Graham-Dixon (Andrew) Howard Hodgkin, 2001, plates and/or illustrations, original

cloth or boards, all but first in dust-jacket; and 27 others, Artist Monographs, v.s. (33)

£300 - £400

83. Cust (Lionel Henry) le co l l e c T i o N ro ya l d e s pa i N T u r e s, pa l a i s d e bu c k i N G h a m, red

and black printed title page browned, 92 plates with captioned tisue guards, bookseller’s

label to fly-leaf, contemporary half morocco, t.e.g., upper joint starting, but holding firm,

spine and corners bumped, short tear to spine head, 2 raised bands chipped, covers slightly

scuffed, but overall very good, Paris, folio, 1905-6. £60 - £80

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84. Daremberg (Charles & Edmond Saglio) di c T i o N N a i r e de s aN T i q u i T e s Gr e c q u e s e T

ro m a i N e s, 8 vol, including Tables, foxed and toned, contemporary half morocco, rubbed and

chipped, 1 board detached, ex-library copies with stamps, folio, Librairie Hachette, Paris,

1892-1919. £75 - £100

85. Day (Harold A.E.) ea s T aN G l i a N pa i N T e r s, 2 vol., one of 1000 copies, Eastbourne,

[c.1967-68] § Binyon (Laurence) The Drawings and Engravings of William Blake, original

vellum-backed boards, uncut, 1922 § Pavière (Sydney H.) The Devis Family of Painters,

one of 500 copies, Leigh-on-Sea, 1950 § Murray (Peter) George Petrie (1790-1866):

The Discovery of Ireland’s Past, Cork, 2004 MacDonald (M.F.) James McNeill Whistler:

Drawings, Pastels, and Watercolours. A Catalogue Raisonné, New Haven & London,

1995 § Abbey (Maj. J.R.) Life in England in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860...A

Bibliographical Catalogue, reprint, Folkestone & London, 1972, plates and illustrations,

some colour, all but the second original cloth, the last four with dust-jackets; and 10 others

on landscape and watercolour painting and a bundle of catalogues, 4to (c.25) £150 - £200

86. Gentleman (David) Th e wo o d eN G r av i N G s, N u m b e r 151 o f 350 c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e

a rT i s T, illustrations, slip-case, Montgomery, 2000 § Major (Mary) A Tribute to my Father

Theodore Major, N u m b e r 3 o f 250 c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r, laid-down photographic

plates, [c.2001], original boards, oblong 4to & 8vo (2) £150 - £200

87. Griggs (F.L.) mo d e r N ma s T e r s o f eT c h i N G. f.l. Gr i G G s, tipped-in etched plates,

captioned tissue-guards, original boards with printed label, worn at spine, 1926 § Wright

(H.J.L.) The Works of F.L. Griggs, etched plates, original printed wrappers, Evesham, 1939;

The Etched Work of F.L. Griggs, one of 400 copies, etched plates, original cloth, 1941, v.s.

(3) £60 - £80

88. Guest (Montague J., editor) la d y ch a r l o T T e sc h r e i b e r’s Jo u r N a l s, 2 vol., original

pictorial cloth, t.e.g., 1911 § Ison (Walter) The Georgian Buildings of Bath, jacket chipped

at spine ends, 1948 § University of Birmingham. Catalogue of the Paintings, Drawings

and Miniatures in the Barber Institute..., related ephemera loosely inserted, Cambridge,

1952 § Swank (Scott T.) and others. Arts of the Pennsylvania Germans, jacket price-clipped,

New York & London, 1983 § Royal Watercolour Society (The); the first fifty years, 1992 §

Moncrieff (Elspeth) and others. Farm Animal Portraits, 1996; and 55 others, Art Reference,

v.s. (62) £300 - £400

89. Guillot (Ernest) or N e m e N TaT i o N d e s ma N u s c r i T s a u mo y e N-aG e, 6 parts in 1, titles and

chromolithograph plates, modern half calf, Paris, n.d; and another, floral ornament, oblong

8vo (2) £100 - £150

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90. Hogarth (William) sa m m l u N G ho G a rT T b i s c h e r kupfersTich, 6 thin folios containing

38 full-page copper-plate engravings, a few dated 1738, foxed, some stains, contemporary

paper wrappers, rubbed, creased, joints cracked, loss to lower panel of one, folio

£150 - £200

91. Johnson (Thomas & Thomas Chippendale) ch i p p e N d a l e’ or N a m e N T s a N d iN T e r i o r

de c o r aT i o N s, iN T h e ol d fr e N c h sT y l e, engraved frontispiece, 2 engraved titles, 30

engraved plates, later restrike with Chippendale’s signature to some plates, contemporary

roan backed boards, worn and rubbed, folio, John Weale [c.1840]. £100 - £150

92. Lalanne (Maxine) Tr a i T é d e l a Gr av u r e, firsT e d i T i o N, 8 engraved plates, notes in

a contemporary hand to endpaper, bookplate of Geroge R Alexander to pastedown,

contemporary morocco-backed cloth, original wrappers bround-in, spine a little rubbed,

8vo, Paris, 1866. £100 - £150

93. Lugt (Frits) le s ma r q u e s d e co l l e c T i o N s d e dessiNs & d’esTampes, 2 vol. including

Supplement, facsimile reprint, San Francisco, 1975-88 § Strong (Roy) Tudor & Jacobean

Portraits, 2 vol., 1969 § Conner (Patrick) George Chinnery 1774-1852: Artist of India and

the China Coast, Woodbridge, 1993 § Michel (Walter) Wyndham Lewis: Paintings and

Drawings, 1971, illustrations, some colour, original cloth, the second with slip-case, the

last two with dust-jackets; and a small quantity of others, art, some catalogues, v.s. (Qty)

£200 - £300

94. Moleiro (Manuel, editor) apocalipsis Gu l b e N k i a N, dust-jacket, original cloth, original

box, Barcelona, 2002 § The Book of Kells Reproductions from the Manuscript in Trinity

College Dublin, original cloth, slip case, slight wear, New York, 1974 § Cuthbert (John A.)

Early Art and Artists in West Virginia, dust-jacket, original cloth, Morgantown, 2000, plus a

quantity of art related vol., v.s. (qty0 £200 - £300

95. Mortimer (F. J., editor) ph o T o G r a m s o f T h e ye a r 1920-1939, 19 vol., tipped in and

other phot illustrations, original paper wrappers, some chipped, 1920’s detached, 4to, Iliffe

& Sons Ltd. £100 - £150

96. Neufforge (Jean Francois de) re c u e i l el e m e N Ta i r e d’ar c h i T e c T u r e, 8 vol including

supplement in 3, illustrations, Gregg Press, 1967 § Major (Thomas) Les Ruines de Pæstum,

plates, Gregg International Publishers Ltd., 1969 § Desgodetz (Antoine) Les Edifices

Antiques de Rome, illustrations, Gregg Internatiomnal Publishers Ltd., 1969, facsimile

editions, original cloth; and 21 others, facsimiles of important architectural works and

similar, 4to & folio (26) £200 - £300

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97. Payne (A.H.) pay N e’s bo o k o f arT with the celebrated galleries of Munich, 3 vol.,

additional engraved titles, plates, contemporary morocco, gilt, g.e., 4to, n.d. [1849-54].

£100 - £150

98. Public Catalogue Foundation (The). oil pa i N T i N G s iN pu b l i c ow N e r s h i p, 24 vol. (of

39 volumes published so far), colour illustrations, original pictorial wrappers, 4to, v.d.

£100 - £150

*** An excellent collection of this important catalogue of public art in Britain, issued county

by county and still being produced.

99. Repton (Humphry).- Malins (Edward) Th e re d bo o k s o f hu m p h ry re p T o N, 4 vol.,

one of 515 sets, plates, some colour and with overlays, a few mounted, original red moroccobacked

marbled boards, one or two small marks to spines, slip-cases, housed together in

large slip-case, folio & oblong 4to, Basilisk Press, 1976. £600 - £800

*** Including facsimiles of Repton’s red books of Sheringham Hall, Antony House and

Attingham Park.

100. Richardson (A. E. & H. Donaldson Eberlein) Th e sm a l l e r eN G l i s h ho u s e o f T h e

laT e r re N a i s s a N c e 1660-1830, dust-jacket, chipped, original cloth, B. T. Batsford, 1925 §

Weaver (Lawrence, editor) The House and its Equipment, original cloth, Country Life, 1910

§ Earle (Alice Morse) Sun-Dials and Roses of Yesterday, original cloth, 1902, plus 7 other

vol., v.s. (10) £100 - £150

101. Sarre (Friedrich) and Hermann Trenkwald. aN c i e N s Ta p i s d’or i e N T, vol.1 only

(of 2), 60 plates, 3 double-page, 35 colour, captioned tissue guards, contemporary half

morocco, spine gilt, a little rubbed, folio, Vienna, Leipzig & Paris, 1927. £40 - £60

102. Shone (Richard) Th e po s T-impressioNisTs, 1979 § Russell (John) Francis Bacon,

1971 § Wilson (Simon) British Art, presentation inscription from the author, 1979; Matisse,

his Art and his Textiles, 2004, original boards, dust-jackets; and a quantity of others, art

referece, v.s. (3 boxes) £100 - £150

103. Sontag (Susan) and Howard Hodgkin Th e way we li v e No w, 4 folding prints,

author and artists ink inscription to title page, paperback, corners a little bumped, otherwise

a near fine copy, 8vo, 1991. £60 - £80

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104. Spelmanno (Henrico) Gl o s s a r i u m ar c h a i o l o G i c u m: co N T i N e N s laT iN o -ba r b a r a,

pe r e G r i N a, ob s o l e Ta, & No vaTa e siGNificaTioNis Vocabula; portrait frontispiece laid down,

red and black letter title, contemporary signatures, double column text, later vellum,

some discolouration and spotting, gauffered page edges, folio, Tho. Braddyll et al., 1687.

£100 - £150

105. Stevens (Philip) di c T i o N a ry o f pa i N T e r s o f T h e ch a N N e l is l a N d s, colour illustrations,

original blue morocco, g.e., slip-case, St.Ouen, 2002 § Jackson (Stenley) The Sassoons,

number 89 of 250 copies signed by the author, illustrations, original roan-backed cloth,

spine gilt, t.e.g., spine ends very slightly rubbed, 1968; and a family bible, 4to & 8vo (3)

£80 - £120

106. Strasser (Alex) vi c T o r i a N ph o T o G r a p h y, number 155 of 250 copies, original vellumbacked

cloth, 1942 § Beaton (Cecil) British Photographers, ms. notations on rear endpapers,

bookplate, dust-jacket, Britain in Pictures series, 1944 § Gernsheim (Helmut) Julia Margaret

Cameron, 1948 § Buckland (Gail) Reality Recorded, dust-jacket, 1974 § Newhall (Nancy)

P.H. Emerson, dust-jacket, New York, 1975, plates or illustrations, original cloth or boards;

and 27 others, Photography or Film, v.s. (32) £150 - £200

107. Tipping (H.Avray) and Christopher Hussey. eN G l i s h ho m e s , 9 vol., 3 vol. second

editions, rest first editions, photographic illustrations, one with small tape repair, one vol.

ex-library with scattered stamps and bound in library buckram, rest original buckrambacked

cloth, some dulling to spines, folio, 1921-37. £1,200 - £1,800

108. Wainwright (Nicholas B.) ph i l a d e l p h i a iN T h e ro m a N T i c aG e o f li T h o G r a p h y, reprint,

plates, dust-jacket, Philadelphia, 1970 § Peters (Harry T.) Currier & Ives, 2 vol., reprint,

illustrations, New York, 1976 § Russell (Ronald) Guide to British Topographical Prints,

illustrations, original boards, dust-jacket, 1979; and 7 others, Books on Prints &c., v.s.

(11) £80 - £120

109. wo o d e N Ta b l e sT e r e o s c o p e, hinged eyepiece section with glass lenses, facing hinged

stereocard holder with metal clasps and ornate wooden headpiece, all on hinged wooden

base containing larger lens and stand, [late 19th century]; sold not subject to return.

£250 - £350

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❦ CHILDrEN’S & ILLUSTrATED BOOkS

AND PrINTS

110. Aldin (Cecil) aN arT i s T’s mo d e l s, number 28 of 310 copies signed by the author/

artist, 20 colour plates, occasional foxing, original white buckram, very slightly foxed, t.e.g.,

others uncut, 8vo, London & New York, 1930. £100 - £150

111. Attwell (Mabel Lucie) po s T c a r d s, 6 Valentine ‘Attwell’ series of postcards, and a

number of others similar, housed in postcard album, n.d. [c.1920] § [Dickens (Charles)] Mr.

Pickwick, N u m b e r 157 o f 350 c o p i e s, s i G N e d b y T h e a rT i s T, mounted colour illustrations by

Frank Reynolds, a few creased at corner, original vellum, gilt, lacking ties, some soiling,

bookplate to front paste-down, n.d § Daryll (A.J.) Little Merry-makers, illustrations by

Constance Haslewood, original glazed boards, slightly rubbed in places, [1888] § Coleridge

(Samuel Taylor) The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, illustrations by Willy Pogany, original

cloth, gilt decorated boards, n.d; and a quantity of children’s books, vs. (c.50) £200 - £300

112. Boyle (Eleanor Vere) a Ne w ch i l d’s pl ay , s i G N e d p r e s e N TaT i o N iNscripTioN f r o m T h e

a u T h o r To h e r s o N on endpaper, 16 plates, original cloth, rubbed and darkened, 4to, 1877.

£80 - £120

113. bo y s ow N aN N u a l, 2 folding plates, 1 with fold tears, plus other illustrations, original

decorated cloth, edge fade, 1892 § Greenaway (Kate) Under the Window Pictures and

Rhymes for Children, original cloth backed picture boards, [c.1900], plus 12 other children’s

vol., v.s. (14) £100 - £150

114. Browning (Robert) Th e pi e d pi p e r o f ha m e l i N, illustrated by Jane E. Cook, original

cloth, rubbed, For Private Circulation, 1880 § Wahl (Jan) Pleasant Fieldmouse, illustrated

by Maurice Sendak, dust-jacket, original cloth backed picture boards, 1969 § Titus (Eve)

Anatole and the Pied Piper, original picture boards, New York, 1979, plus a quantity of other

children’s books, mouse/rat related, v.s. (qty) £100 - £150

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115. Browning (Robert) Th e pi e d pi p e r o f ha m e l i N, colour-printed illustrations by

Greenaway throughout, some spotting and finger-soiling, blue endpapers, hinges pulling,

original brown cloth-backed pictorial boards, slightly soiled, extremities rather worn, spine

frayed, [Schuster & Engen 157.1a], London, Glasgow & New York, [1888] § Browning

(Robert) The Pied Piper of Hamelin, colour plates and illustrations in the text by Arthur

Rackham, one or two tears where carelessly opened, original pictorial wrappers by

Rackham, original publisher’s envelope, a few tears to edges, 1934 § Humburg (Norbert)

Der Rattenfanger von Hameln, illustrations, some colour, original cloth, dust-jacket, Verlag,

1984; and c.42 others, about or editions of the same, v.s. (c.45) £150 - £200

116. Childrens.- Grosse me N a G e r i e 8 chromolithographed pop-up scenes in the menagerie

(lion, elephant, ostriches, giraffes, flamingos, monkeys, bears, tiger) mounted above text, 3

pop-ups slightly damaged, lacking one tab, one page of text torn, a little light foxing, loose

in original boards, pictorial illustration to upper board, slightly worn at lower right corner,

spine worn, 4to, Vienna, Verlag von Mortiz Perles, 1882. £200 - £300

117. Detmold (E.J.).- Maeterlinck (Maurice) ho u r s o f Gl a d N e s s, decorative title and

20 mounted colour plates by E.J.Detmold, original pictorial cloth, uncut, 4to, 1912.

£75 - £100

118. [Dodgson (Charles Lutwidge)] “Lewis Carroll”. al i c e’s ad v e N T u r e s iN wo N d e r l a N d,

fifth thousand, illustrations by Tenniel, light finger-soiling, ink ownership inscription and

stamp to half-title, original cloth, cocked, lower cover detached, darkened and a little worn,

1867; [Collodi (Carlo)] The Pop-Up Pinnochio, 4 pop-up illustrations by Harold Lenz,

lacking some parts, original pictorial boards, corners and spine ends bumped, dust-jacket,

creased and frayed with loss to spine, New York, 1932; and 3 others, childrens, 8vo & 4to

(5) £100 - £150

119. Dulac (Edmund).- ru b á i yaT o f om a r kh ay y á m, firsT T r a d e e d i T i o N, 20 colour plates

by Edmund Dulac, original captioned paper-guards, original decorated cloth, gilt, original

presentation box, slightly worn, [1909]; Stevenson (Robert Louis) Treasure Island, firsT

du l a c e d i T i o N, colour plates and plain original cloth, 1927; and two other titles illustrated

by Dulac, v.s. (4) £400 - £600

120. Dulac (Edmund).- ru b á i y á T o f om a r kh ay y á m, translated by Edward FitzGerald,

N u m b e r 514 o f 750 c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e a rT i s T, 20 tipped-in colour plates by Edmund Dulac,

a few creased at corner, captioned tissue guards, rebound in tan morocco, gilt, [1909] §

Goldsmith (Oliver) The Vicar of Wakefield, first trade edition, illustrations by Arthur

Rackham, rubbed, 1929; and 4 other children’s illustrated books, v.s. (6) £250 - £350

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121. Early (Alice K.) eN G l i s h do l l s, effiGies a N d pu p p e T s, 1955 § White (Gwen) Toys,

Dolls, Automata, Marks and Labels, jacket price-clipped, spine sunned, 1975 § Fawdry

(Kenneth & Marguerite) Pollock’s History of English Dolls & Toys, 1979, firsT e d i T i o N s,

plates and/or illustrations, original boards, dust-jackets, 8vo & 4to (3) £60 - £80

122. Flint (William Russell).- Th e so N G o f so N G s w h i c h is so l o m o N’s, number 210 of 500

copies, tipped-in colour plates, modern blue half morocco, t.e.g., others uncut, 4to, 1909.

£75 - £100

123. Foster (William) Th e bi T e r biT o r, Th e sa d eN d o f a Ta i l, chromolithic illustrations,

original cloth backed picture boards with silk tied binding, Wells Gardner, Darton & Co.,

1889 § Barker (Lady) The White Rat and Some Other Stories, original decorated cloth,

Macmillan & Co., c.1890 § Blyton (Enid) Mary Mouse and the Dolls’ House, original cloth

backed picture wrappers, c.1950, plus a quantity of other children’s books, mainly small

format mouse/rat related, v.s. (qty) £150 - £200

124. Godden (Rumer) mo u s e ho u s e, dust-jacket, original cloth, 1968 § A.L.O.E. The

Rambles of a Rat, original picture cloth, 1880 § Hewett G.M.A. The Life Story of a Rat,

original picture cloth, 1910, plus a quantity of other children’s books, rat/mice related, v.s.

(qty) £100 - £150

125. Goldsmith (Oliver) Th e hi s T o ry o f Go o d y Tw o sh o e s, lacking frontispiece, woodcut

illustrations, last page of text slightly soiled, stitching loose, original marbled wrappers,

worn, lacking spine, [Gumuchian 2758], 12mo, Darton and Harvey, 1801. £75 - £100

126. Harris (Joel Chandler) da d d y Ja k e T h e ru N away, firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations, original

pictorial cloth, g.e., a little rubbed, but generally very good, 1890; and 3 others, Uncle

Remus, 4to & 8vo (4) £100 - £150

127. Henty (G. A.) iN T h e he a rT o f T h e ro c k i e s a sT o ry o f ad v e N T u r e iN co l o r a d o, first

edition, contents shaken, original picture cloth, rubbed, 1895; In Greek Waters A Story of

the Greek War of Independence 1821-1827, first edition, original picture cloth, rubbed,

1893; A Knight of the White Cross A Tale of the Siege of Rhodes, first edition, original

picture cloth, 1896, plus 23 other children’s vol., 8vo (26) £100 - £150

128. Lang (Andrew) Th e re d fa i ry bo o k, 1890; The Green Fairy Book, 1892; The Pink

Fairy Book, 1897; The Crimson, 1903; The Brown Fairy Book, 1904; The Orange Fairy

Book, 1906; firsT e d i T i o N s, illustrations, some coloured where called for, original decorated

cloth, some rubbed and faded, a little wear at extremities, a number with cracked hinges and

slightly shaken, 8vo. (6) £600 - £800

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129. McLoughlin Bros., publishers. a pe e p aT bu f fa l o bi l l’s wi l d we s T, 8 full-page

and 1 double-page chromolithographed illustrations, vignette illustrations printed in red,

original chomolithographed wrappers, worn at spine, small abrasion to foot of upper cover,

4to, New York, 1887. £60 - £80

130. Miniature Books. ho ly bi b l e, 2 vol., original morocco gilt, g.e., 93mm. by 53mm.,

Cambridge, 1842 § Scott (Rev. G.B.) Tried Gold, or Afflictions Sanctified, frontispiece and

ornamental title-page printed in blue and gold, original morocco tooled in blind, 58mm. by

36mm., 1853 § Playfellows; Sand Castles, 2 vol., each with 4 full-page chromolithpgraphed

illustrations, other illustrations in text, original cloth-backed pictorial boards, slightly worn,

91mm. by 78mm., Ernest Nister, [c.1890]; and four others, various sizes (9) £75 - £100

131. Ne w hi e r o G ly p h i c a l bi b l e, for the amusement & instruction of children, engraved

title, engraved frontispiece (mounted), woodcut illustrations throughout, some fore-edges

shaved affecting final word of each line on most pages affected, 19th century cloth, 12mo,

G.Thompson, 1794. £100 - £150

132. Potter (Beatrix) Th e Ta l e o f li T T l e piG ro b i N s o N, firsT e d i T i o N, 6 colour plates,

illustrations, pictorial endpapers, original pictorial cloth lettered in gilt, spine sunned,

small 4to, 1930. £120 - £180

133. [Quittenton (Richard)] Gi a N T-la N d a N d Tim pippiN illustrations by “Puck” (John

Proctor), hand coloured by F.Hurlbutt and inscribed by the same to front paste-down and

dated 1921, verso of end-paper and title-page, contemporary half roan, gilt, rubbed, 4to,

[1874] £200 - £300

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134. Rackham (Arthur, illustrator) Th e vi c a r o f wa k e f i e l d, colour illustrations, original

blue cloth gilt, light marking, 1929 § Kipling (Rudyard) The Second Jungle Book, first

edition, foxed, book cocked, 1895 (2 copies) § Thomson (Hugh, illustrator) Quality Street,

foxed, original cloth, 1913, plus 22 related vol., v.s. (26) £100 - £150

135. Rackham (Arthur).- irv i N G (wa s h i N G T o N) rip va N wi N k l e, firsT T r a d e e d i T i o N, 51

tipped-in colour plates by Arthur Rackham, captioned plate guards, some slight foxing,

original pictorial cloth, gilt, extremities very slightly rubbed, spine sunned, [Riall p.69],

4to, London & New York, 1905. £300 - £400

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136. Rackham (Arthur).- ba r r i e (J.m.) pe T e r pa N iN ke q N s i N G T o N Ga r d e N s, firsT T r a d e

e d i T i o N, illustrations by Arthur Rackham, frontispiece loose, original cloth, soiled, worn at

extremities, 1906 § Irving (Washington) Rip Van Winkle, firsT T r a d e e d i T i o N, s e c o N d issue,

illustrations by Arthur Rackham, original cloth, worn, joints starting to split, 1905 § The

Romance of King Arthur..., firsT T r a d e e d i T i o N, illustrations by Arthur Rackham, original

cloth, slightly worn and soiled, illustrations stuck to front paste down and front endpaper,

1917 § Ingoldsby (Thomas) The Ingoldsby Legends, s e c o N d a N d b e s T e d i T i o N, illustrations

by Arthur Rackham, original cloth, rubbed, 1907, v.s (4) £400 - £600

137. Rackham (A.).- sh a k e s p e a r e (wi l l i a m a mi d s u m m e r-Ni G h T’s dr e a m, o N e o f 1000

c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e a rT i s T, 40 mounted colour plates and illustrations by Arthur Rackham,

original gilt-stamped vellum boards, soiled, lacks ties, t.e.g., others uncut, 4to, 1908.

£500 - £700

138. Sendak (Maurice) wh e r e Th e wi l d Th i N G s ar e, 25th anniversary edition, s i G N e d b y

T h e a u T h o r on title, illustrations, original decorated boards, dust-jacket, New York, 1991;

Another copy slightly worn; In the Night Kitchen, firsT am e r i c a N e d i T i o N, illustrations,

original boards, dust-jacket, worn, small tear, pencil signature to front endpaper, New York,

1970 § Seuss (Dr.) The Cat in The Hat, firsT e d i T i o N, s e c o N d issue, illustrations, original

decorated boards, dust-jacket, worn, inscription to front endpaper, New York, 1957; Fox

in Socks, illustrations, original boards, dust-jacket, slightly worn, New York, 1965, v.s. (5)

£400 - £600

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139. Sendak (Maurice) fl o aT i N G, 2 images each measuring 155 x 180mm., colour lithograph

from “In the Night Kitchen”, matted, framed and glazed, as one, n.p., 1971. £100 - £150

140. Sendak (Maurice) Th e im p , 160 x 100mm., from Isaac Bashevis Singer’s “Zlateh the

Goat”, lithograph, matted framed and glazed, 1971. £60 - £80

141. Sendak (Maurice) wh e r e T h e wi l d Th i N G s ar e: The Wild Rumpus, 230 x 505mm.,

[1971]; Off to Bed Without Their Supper, 155 x 505mm., [1971]; 230 x 510mm., [1971];

Max, King of the Wild Things, 230 x 505mm., [1971], colour lithographs, matted, framed

and glazed (4) £200 - £300

142. Sendak (Maurice) sl e e p s l e e p b e a u T y b r i G h T, 277 x 185mm., from “Lullabies and

Night Songs”, colour lithograph, framed and glazed,1971. £60 - £80

143. Sendak (Maurice) ol d Gr e y Go o s e, 255 x 190mm., from “Lullabies and Night Songs”,

colour lithograph, framed and glazed,1971. £60 - £80

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144. Sendak (Maurice) Th e li o N, 115 x 115mm., from “Higglety Pigglety Pop”, lithograph,

matted framed and glazed, 1971. £75 - £100

145. Sendak (Maurice) Th e do G, 110 x 115mm., from “Higglety Pigglety Pop”, lithograph,

matted framed and glazed, 1971. £75 - £100

146. Sendak (Maurice) No T h i N G’s T h e maT T e r, 265 x 430mm., from “In the Night Kitchen”,

colour lithograph, matted, framed and glazed, n.p., 1971. £100 - £150

147. Sendak (Maurice) Th e mi l k bo T T l e, 275 x 420mm., colour lithograph from “In the

Night Kitchen”, matted, framed and glazed, n.p., 1971. £100 - £150

148. Sendak (Maurice) ow l a N d Go o s e, 155 x 145mm., from “A kiss for little bear”,

lithograph, matted framed and glazed, 1971. £60 - £80

149. Sendak (Maurice) caT , 133 x 147mm., from “A kiss for little bear”, lithograph,

matted framed and glazed, 1971. £60 - £80

150. Erotic Print Society.- Th e il l u s T r aT e d bo o k o f..., 9 vol., in fine condition, c.2000 §

Wilkins (Eric) Spank, a fine copy, 2005; and c.41 others, similar, v.s. (c.43) £200 - £300

151. Erotica.- Russell (David) Th e se c r e T ca r N i va l, N u m b e r 105 o f 320 c o p i e s s i G N e d b y

T h e a u T h o r/a rT i s T, 6 erotic pop-up scenes, all with moving parts, original cloth, 4to, 1988.

£100 - £150

*** The first erotic pop-up book.

152. Hunnisett (Basil) sT e e l-e N G r av e d bo o k il l u s T r aT i o N iN eN G l a N d, dust-jacket,

original cloth, 1980 § Landwehr (John) Romey De Hooge (1645-1708) as Book Illustrator A

Bibliography, dust-jacket, original cloth, Amsterdam, 1970 § Reynolds (Graham, forward)

Therothers Dalziel A Record of Work 1840-1890, dust-jacket, original cloth, slip case, 1978,

plus c.58 other vol. illustrated books and illustrators, v.s. (c.61) £100 - £150

153. Meredith (George) Ju m p To Gl o ry Ja N e, edited by Harry Quilter, limited to 1000

copies, frontispiece, 7 plates and illustrations in text by Laurence Housman, original

pictorial boards printed in red, t.e.g., others uncut, a little rubbed, spine browned, 8vo, 1892.

£100 - £150

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154. Periodical.- pe N T h o u s e. Th e ma G a Z i N e f o r me N, 25 vol., (lacking 6 issues), total of

302 issues to include a few special, illustrated throughout, original wrappers, near fine, a

few issues slightly split at hinges one upper wrapper missing, 4to, 1965-1990 £250 - £350

155. Phillips (Watts) a ca s e iN ba N k r u p T c y, 15 engraved hand-coloured plates (3 doublepage),

folding concertina-style into original pictorial wrappers, rebacked, a little rubbed

and creased, [Abbey Life 581], c.130 x 1,700mm., [c.1840]. £120 - £180

156. Society of Antiquaries. Th e Ta p e s T ry o f bay e u x, no title or text, 16 large handcoloured

engraved plates only (of 17) by J.Basire, each with two strips depicting the tapestry,

some light soiling and staining, mostly marginal, contemporary half roan, worn and stained,

large oblong folio, 1819-23. £250 - £350

*** The plates, numbered I-XVI, depict the entire tapestry. All auction records however call

for 17 plates, suggesting a final plate is missing from this copy.

157. Vishniac (Roman) and others, photographers. di fa r s h v u N d e N e v e lT. Th e va N i s h e d

wo r l d, edited by Raphael Abramovitch, text in Yiddish & English, woodcut vignette title,

photographic illustrations throughout, bookplate of Rose & Harry Jackson, hinges pulling,

original red cloth lettered in gilt with mounted woodcut, oblong 4to, New York, 1947.

£200 - £300

*** The best photographic study on Eastern European Jewish Life before the Second World

War.

158. Bartolozzi (Francesco) a G r o u p o f 7 p l aT e s a f T e r d r aw i N G s b y ho l b e i N, from the

series ‘Original Designs in his Majesty’s Collection’, including William Par, Marquis of

Northampton, The Lady Henegham, Francis Russel, Clint, Gage, and 2 others, colour

stipple engravings, on coloured paper, v.s., 450 x 340mm., and smaller, some spotting and

browning, framed and glazed, some cracks to glass, John Chamberlaine, 1793-1799 (7).

£150 - £250

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159. Brannon (George) 4 v i e w s o f ry d e, is l e o f wi G h T, engravings, with hand-colouring,

each c.175 x 250mm., light spotting in places, minor browning, published by the engraver,

c.1834-49, framed and glazed (4). £100 - £150

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160. Dugdale (Sir William) 3 p l aT e s f r o m mo N a s T i c o N aN G l i c a N u m, or the History of the

Ancient Abbies and other Monasteries..., with St. Paul’s showing from the south, and the

north, and the west front of Westminster Abbey, engravings, the St Paul’s views by Hollar,

the other by King, v.s., 250 x 340mm., and smaller, framed and glazed, [18th century] (3).

£100 - £150

161. Flint (William Russell) re c l i N i N G Nu d e, colour print, signed in pencil lower

right, full margins, sheet 540 x 765mm. (21 1/4 x 30 in), unframed, Frost & Reed, 1963.

£150 - £200

162. Rossini (Luigi) ve d u Ta d e l l’i N T e r N o d e l pr o N a o d e l po rT i c i d’oT T av i a o G G i

sa N T’aN G e l o iN pe s c a r i a, engraving, 440 x 550mm., a well inked impression, Rome, 1822;

Avanzi della Biblioteca in Villa Adriana, di opera retticolata, engraving, 395 x 515mm.,

Rome, 1824, both framed ang glazed (2). £100 - £150

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❦ PrIVATE PrESS AND BIBLIOGrAPHy

163. City of Birmingham School of Printing.- Bacon (Francis) aN essay o f Ga r d e N s,

original sewn wrappers, 1930 § Alexander (S.A.) Sir Christopher Wren, original sewn

wrappers, 1935 § Baldwin (Stanley) England..., original wrappers bound-in moroccobacked

cloth, 1935 § Jay (Leonard) Georgius V, printed in orange & black, original sewn

wrappers, 1935 § Ellis (Havelock) Notes on the Letters...to Bernard Sleigh, original sewn

wrappers, 1940; and 31 others, Birmingham School of Printing essays, addresses etc., v.s.

(36) £150 - £200

164. City of Birmingham School of Printing.- Jay (Leonard) fo u r pa r a b l e s f r o m Th e

ho ly bi b l e, wood-engraved vignette and 4 full-page illustrations by Clifford Webb, minor

foxing, 1927; The Creation of Heaven & Earth, printed in red & black, 1928; All these put

their trust in their hands, 1929 § Book of Ruth (The), wood-engraved frontispiece, vignette

and illustrations by Ivy A. Ellis, 1930 § Renan (Ernest) The Song of Songs, ruled throughout

in red, illustrations by Bernard Sleigh, original patterned cloth, 1937 § Latimer (Rev. Hugh)

Sermon of the Plough, o N e o f 15 c o p i e s w iT h iNiTial ‘q’ i l l u m i N aT e d iN G i lT, printed in red &

black, loose as issued in original boards, worn at spine ends, n.d. [1947], unless otherwise

stated original sewn wrappers; and 24 others, Birmingham School of Printing works of

Biblical and divine inspiration, v.s. (30) £300 - £400

165. City of Birmingham School of Printing.- Jay (Leonard) mo d e r N li N o T y p e

Ty p o G r a p h y, specimen illustrations, original black cloth, 1931; A Tribute to the Work of

George W.Jones, tipped-in frontispiece portrait, original sewn wrappers, 1940 § Bennett

(William) John Baskerville, The Birmingham Printer, 2 vol., frontispiece portrait, original

black cloth, slip-cases, 1937-39 § Knight (Charles) William Caxton, printed in red, blue &

black, original cloth, 1952; and 33 others, Birmingham School of Printing works on printing

and book production, v.s. (38) £150 - £200

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166. City of Birmingham School of Printing.- Omar Khayyam. ru b a i yaT ..., decorations

by Charles Meacham, original patterned boards, spine sunned, 1931 § Malory (Sir Thomas)

The Book of Holy Grail, wood-engraved illustrations, coats of arms printed in colours,

original cloth-backed boards, 1934 § Shakespeare (William) The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince

of Denmark, printed in green & black, illustrations by Robert Bird, original cloth, 1940

§ Coleridge (Samuel Taylor) The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, printed in green & black,

illustrations by J.Trevor Denning, signed by the artist, lower cover marked, 1940 § Rudland

(E.M.) Selections from Ballads of Old Birmingham, printed in red & black, decorations and

marginalia in red, original cloth-backed boards, 1945 § Rossetti (Dante Gabriel) Hand and

Soul, o N e o f 65 c o p i e s, printed in green, red & black, original cloth, slightly marked near

foot of spine, [1948] § Pope (Alexander) The Rape of the Lock, o N e o f 65 c o p i e s, printed

green & black, illustrations, original cloth, [1948]; and c.40 others, Birmingham School of

Printing Literature & Poetry, v.s. (c.47) £350 - £450

167. City of Birmingham School of Printing.- Rhodes (R. Crompton) aN c i e N T ch a rT e r s

o f bi r m i N G h a m, original sewn wrappers, 1934 § Walker (Benjamin) Saint Philip’s Church,

Birmingham, and its Groom-Porter Architect, frontispiece, original sewn wrappers, 1935 §

Holden (H.H.) Art and Craft Education in the City of Birmingham, original cloth, 1942; and

7 others, Birmingham School of Printing re Birmingham, plus 7 copies of the William Ridler

Collection catalogue, v.s. (17) £75 - £100

168. City of Birmingham School of Printing.- Torch (The)...a Jo u r N a l pr o d u c e d b y

sT u d e N T s..., Number One [- Number Three], 3 vol., illustrations, some colour, original

cloth, 1933-50; and 5 issues of the Exempli Gratia and 12 issues of the Birmingham School

of Printing Booklet, plus 7 others similar, Birmingham School of Printing, folio & 4to (27)

£150 - £200

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169. [d’Avigdor-Goldsmid (Harry) and others.] sa r a h: by he r fr i e N d s a N d f o r Th e m, one

of 300 copies, plates, compliments slip loosely inserted, original morocco-backed marbled

boards, Rampant Lions Press, Cambridge, 1930 § Joliffe (John) Sir Iain Moncrieffe of that

Ilk, one of 700 copies, frontispiece and illustrations, original cloth, gilt, Stourton Press,

1986; and 5 others, Limited Editions and Illustrated, 4to & 8vo (7) £60 - £80

170. Golden Cockerel Press.- Lucas (F.L.) Gi l G a m e s h, ki N G o f er e c h, N u m b e r 23 o f 60

s p e c i a l ly-b o u N d c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r a N d a rT i s T, title in black and gold, woodengraved

title-vignette and full-page illustrations by Dorothea Braby, very slightly browned

at fore-edge, original pictorial half brown morocco, gilt, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, t.e.g.,

others uncut, 8vo, Golden Cockerel Press, 1948. £100 - £150

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171. Limited Editions Club.- Poe (Edgar Allan) Th e po e m s ..., limited edition signed by

the illustrator, ruled throughout in green, lithographed plates by Hugo Steiner-Prag, some

pencil notes and marginalia, original cloth-backed moroco, rubbed at corners, large 8vo,

New York, The Limited Editions Club, 1943. £60 - £80

172. Schmidt- Künsemüller (F.A.) T J Cobden-Sanderson as Bookbinder, number 10 of

290 copies, photographic plates, original buckram, Esher, 1966 § Collection (A) of Books

Designed by Charles Ricketts, one of 500 copies, related printed notification and prospectus

loosely inserted, original wrappers, spine sunned, Zurich, 1972 § Harrop (D.A.) and others.

The Old stile Press..., one of 750 copies from an overall limitation of 1000, illustrations,

original pictorial boards, Old Stile Press, 1999, 4to (3) £60 - £80

173. Temporary Culture.- Haldeman (Joe) fo r e v e r pe a c e: To sT o p wa r, Poem...[with]

Etchings by Judith Chute, N u m b e r 4 o f 30 c o p i e s o N f i N e pa p e r s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r a N d

a rT i s T, 9 aquatints, each titled, numbered and signed in pencil by Chute, 2 partly coloured,

original paste-paper boards, uncut, folio, Upper Montclair, N.J., Temporary Culture,

2008. £300 - £400

174. Warlock (Peter, editor) so N G s o f T h e Ga r d e N s, limited edition, s i N G e d p r e s e N TaT i o N

iNscripTioN f r o m wa r l o c k ‘a p r e s e N T f o r a v e ry G o o d b i r d’ to endpaper, illustrations and

musical notation, original vellum, uncut, warped and soiled, 4to, Nonesuch Press, 1925.

£100 - £150

175. Whitman (Walt) so N G o f my s e l f, printed in red & black, frontispiece portrait, title

within ornate woodcut border, woodcut device at end, some foxing, front silk doublure

mostly missing, original reversed calf, small 4to, Roycrofters, East Aurora, New York, 1904.

£100 - £150

176. ad v e N T u r e s iN am e r i c a N a 1492-1897... Being a Selection of Books from the Library of

Herschel V. Jones, 2 vol., full-page illustrations, two copies of original prospectus folded and

loosely inserted, original cloth, gilt, t.e.g., slip-case, New York, 1928 § Celebrated Collection

(The) of Americana formed by the late Thomas Winthrop Streeter, 8 vol. including Index,

full-page illustrations, original cloth, 5 vol. with original glassene jackets, New York, 1970 §

Phillips (C.L.) A List of Maps of America in the Library of Congress, reprint, original cloth,

Amsterdam, 1967, v.s. (10) £300 - £400

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177. Americana.- a caTa l o G u e o f bo o k s o N ph i l o l o G y, American Antiquities, Indians, and

Languages, published during the last forty years in the United States of America, 28pp.,

disbound, 1858 § [Sale Catalogue] Catalogue of Mr. John A.Rice’s Library, stains affecting

first few ff., title and last leaf browned and repaired, occasional pencil price supplied in

margins, modern cloth, New York, J.Sabin & Sons, 1870 § Catalogue of the Library of Henry

W.Poor, 5 parts in one, chromolithographed frontispiece, plates, bookplate, contemporary

buckram, New York, 1908 § Terry (Roderick) [Sale Catalogue] The Library..., illustrations,

original wrappers, chipped, missing one cover bookplate, 1934-35; and 3 others, all

referencing items of American interest, 8vo & 4to (8) £100 - £150

178. Auction Catalogues.- a s m a l l q u a N T i T y o f b o o k d e pa rT m e N T a u c T i o N c aTa l o G u e s,

mostly Sotheby’s & Christie’s, illustrations, original cloth, boards or wrappers, 4to (36)

£150 - £200

*** Includes Estelle-Doheny, Bradley Martin and The Garden collection catalogues.

179. Bright (Benjamin Heywood) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] caTa l o G u e o f T h e va l u a b l e

li b r a ry..., prices and buyers’ names supplied in margins by neat contemporary hand,

bookplate of Arthur Dalrymple, contemporary half morocco, worn at corners, t.e.g., [1845]

§ Dyce (Alexander) [Sale Catalogue] Dyce Collection. A Catalogue of the Printed Books

and Manuscripts..., 2 vol., engraved frontispiece portrait, bookplates, hinges pulling,

contemporary morocco-backed cloth, worn at spines and corners, 1875 § Mackenzie (John

Whitefoord) [Sale Catalogue] Catalogue of the first [ - second] of the very extensive and

valuable library..., pencilled prices in margins, later cloth, Edinburgh, 1886; and 4 others

including 2 vol. Pickering & Chatto catalogues, 8vo (8) £150 - £200

180. Britwell Court Library.- Christie-Miller (S.) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] caTa l o G u e o f T h e

li b r a ry..., 3 vol. in one, printed on hand-made paper, titles printed in red & black, halftitles,

small bookplate of J.O. Edwards, together in modern half buckram, t.e.g., others

uncut, Chiswick Press, 1873; plus 4 of the subsequent Sotheby’s sale catalogues of books &

manuscripts formerly from Britwell Court Library, 8vo (5) £250 - £300

*** The first mentioned are the only catalogues of any parts of the celebrated Christie-Miller

Library at Britwell Court ever produced while the library, founded by William Henry Miller

(1789-1848) was still intact;”as a collection of English books, the greatest ever brought

together by a private individual”, De Ricci, English Collectors of Books and Manuscripts,

pp.105-113.

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181. Burton ( Sir Richard Francis).- Penzer (Norman M.) aN aN N o TaT e d bi b l i o G r a p h y o f

sir ri c h a r d fr a N c i s bu rT o N, one of 500 copies signed by the author, frontispiece portrait,

plates, original buckram, partly lightly sunned, t.e.g., others uncut, 1923; and a Spink’s

catalogue on Burton, 8vo (2) £120 - £180

182. Case (Arthur E.) a bi b l i o G r a p h y o f eN G l i s h po e T i c a l mi s c e l l a N i e s 1521-1750,

original buckram-backed boards, Oxford, 1935 § Greenough (C.N.) A Bibliography of

the Theophrastan Character..., dust-jacket, torn, 1947 § Williams (Franklin B.) Index of

Dedications and Commendatory Verses..., 1962 § Rose (Alfred) Register of Erotic Books, 2

vol., New York, 1965 § Alston (R.C.) English Grammars Written in English, limited edition,

Leeds, 1965; Spelling Books, one of 500 copies, Bradford, 1967 § Barker (Nicholas) The

Oxford University Press and the Spread of Learning, plates, dust-jacket, Oxford, 1978,

original cloth; and c.60 others, Bibliography, including a set of Halkett & Laing and British

Union-Catalogue of Periodicals, and some booksellers’ catalogues, v.s. (c.68) £400 - £600

183. Cockle (Maurice J.D.) a bi b l i o G r a p h y o f mi l i Ta ry bo o k s, second edition, 1957 §

White (Arthur S.) A Bibliography of Regimental Histories of the British Army, 1965 § Index

to British Military Costume Prints, jacket price-clipped, 1972, original cloth, dust-jackets,

4to (3) £75 - £100

184. Cohn (Albert M.) Ge o r G e cr u i k s h a N k a caTa l o G u e ra i s o N N e o f T h e wo r k ex e c u T e d

du r i N G T h e ye a r s 1806-1877, limited edition 57/500, tipped in and other illustrations, some

annotation, original cloth, rubbed, The Bookman’s Journal, 1924 § Douglas (R.J.H.) The

Works of George Cruikshank Classified and Arranged with Reference to Reid’s Catalogue,

original cloth, rubbed, Sotheran & Co., et al, 1903. (2) £100 - £150

185. Cole (George Watson) a caTa l o G u e o f bo o k s re l aT i N G To T h e di s c o v e ry a N d ea r ly

hi s T o ry o f No rT h a N d so u T h am e r i c a fo r m i N G a Part of the Library of E. D. Church, 5 vol.,

original cloth, spines dulled, New York, 1951 § Miller (C. William) Benjamin Franklin’s

Philadelphia Printing 1728-1766 A Descriptive Bibliography, original cloth, Philadelphia,

1974 § Bader (Barbara) American Picture Books From Noah’s Ark to the Beast Within,

dust-jacket, original cloth, New York, 1976, plus c.70 other vol. relating to North American

bibliography, v.s. (c,77) £150 - £200

186. Corser (Rev. Thomas) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] caTa l o G u e o f T h e firsT [- e i G h T h] p o rT i o N

o f T h e va l u a b l e & e x T e N s i v e l i b r a ry...sold by auction by...Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 8

parts in one, 4 part titles present only, small bookplate on front pastedown, together in later

buckram, [De Ricci, pp.150-51], 4to, 1868-73. £150 - £200

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187. Cubbon (William, editor) a bi b l i o G r a p h i c a l ac c o u N T o f wo r k s re l aT i N G To T h e

is l e o f ma N, 2 vol., original cloth, 1933 § Upcott (William) A Bibliographical Account of

the Principal Works Relating to English Topography, 3 vol., original cloth, New York, 1968

§ Hancock (P. D.) A Bibliography of Works Relating to Scotland 1916-1950, 2 vol., dustjackets,

original cloth, slip case, Edinburgh, 1959, plus c.70 vol., topographical bibliography,

v.s. (c.77) £200 - £300

188. Daniel (George) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] caTa l o G u e o f T h e m o s T va l u a b l e, i N T e r e s T i N G

a N d h i G h ly i m p o rTa N T l i b r a ry..., ruled in red throughout with prices and buyers’ names

recoded in margins, with the ‘Times’ newspaper reports of the sale, a Sotheby’s invitation to

J.Kershaw and original ink drawing of the Kernshaw coat-of-arms heightened with colour

all mounted on preliminary blank sheets, later Kernshaw bookplate with 2 others on front

pastedown, some foxing, original printed wrappers bound in, contemporary half calf, minor

scuffs, [De Ricci, pp.148-9], 8vo, Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 1864. £200 - £300

189. [De Lama (Giuseppe)]...caTa l o G o cr o N o l o G i c o d e l l e ed i Z i o N i bo d o N i a N e, engraved

frontispiece, original boards, rebacked in later paper, torn, Parma, 1816 § Le Petit (Jules)

Bibliographie des Principales Éditions Originales, illustrations, original gilt-printed

wrappers, edges uncut, Paris, 1888 § Maggs Bros. Books Printed in Spain..., illustrations,

some full-page, contemporary buckram, 1927 § Norton (F.J.) Italian Printers 1501-1520,

original buckram, 1958 § Kyriss (Ernst) Festschrift..., plates, original buckram, Stuttgart,

1961 § Morgan (Bayard Quincy) A Critical Bibliography of German Literature in English

Translation 1481-1927, 2 vol., second edition, original cloth, New York & London, 1965;

and 22 others, Continental, including 9 vol. Ventes Publiques and the 5 vol. Rothschild

Library catalogue, 8vo & 4to (29) £220 - £280

190. De Ricci (Seymour) a caTa l o G u e o f ea r ly bo o k s iN T h e li b r a ry o f Jo h N N l.cl aw s o N ,

one of 200 copies, this unnumbered, full-page illustrations, hinges pulled and splitting,

Philadelphia and New York, 1924 § Bartlett (Henrietta C.) Catalogue of Early English

Books...collected by William Augustus White, folding frontispiece, occasional pencil price

in margins, lacking front free endpaper, New York, 1926 § Sterling (Sir Louis) The Sterling

Library..., signed by Sterling on front free endpaper, Privately Printed, 1954 § Parks (Stephen)

The Elizabethan Club of Yale University and its Library, colour frontispiece, plates, Yale,

1986, original cloth; and 5 others, 20th century catalogues, 4to & 8vo (9) £150 - £200

191. D’Ancona (P.) and E.Aeschlimann. Th e arT o f il l u m i N aT i o N, tipped-in colour plates,

plain plates, original boards, dust-jacket, 1969; and 9 others, Paleography, 4to & folio (10)

£80 - £120

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192. Edwards (James) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] a caTa l o G u e o f T h e va l u a b l e li b r a ry...

partially priced and ruled in a contemporary hand, 3 folding engraved plates, 1815 b o u N d

w iT h [Grafton (George Henry Fitzroy, Fourth Duke of)] A Catalogue of a most Elegant

Collection of Books..., ink addition to title, related ms.notes and printed clippings with

prices mounted onto blank leaves at end, 1815, bookplates and bookseller’s small sticker on

front pastedown, contemporary half calf, rebacked in later calf, 8vo £220 - £280

*** James Edwards (1755-1816), the son of bookbinder William Edwards of Halifax, was

a bookseller on a grand scale, acquiring the Pinelli library from Venice, the Paris d’Illens

books from France and books from Prince Eugene de Savoire in Vienna.

193. Gillett (Charles Ripley, editor) caTa l o G u e o f T h e mcal p i N co l l e c T i o N o f briTish

hi s T o ry a N d Th e o l o G y, 5 vol., original buckram, New York, 1927-30 § Hills (Margaret T.,

editor) The English Bible in America, original buckram, New York, 1962 § [Christie’s].

Early Printed Books and Manuscripts. The Property of The General Theological Seminary,

NYC, plates, loose price-list, a few ink prices, original printed boards, New York, 1980, 8vo

& 4to (7) £80 - £120

194. Grand-Cateret (John) le s al m a N a c h s fr a N ç a i s. bi b l i o G r a p h i e-ic o N o G r a p h i e...

(1600-1895), one of 1,150 copies from an overall limitation of 1,200 signed by author &

publisher, colour plates, plain illustrations, original wrappers bound in, contemporary half

buckram with marbled boards, spine darkened, t.e.g., large 8vo, Paris, 1896. £60 - £80

195. Greene (Graham) and Dorothy Glover. vi c T o r i a N de T e c T i v e ficTioN, firsT e d i T i o N,

one of 500 copies signed by the authors and John Carter, pictorial endpapers, original cloth,

dust-jacket, 1966; and 2 others, Detective Fiction, 8vo (3) £100 - £150

196. [Griffiths (Acton Frederick)] bi b l i o T h e c a aN G l o-po e T i c a, half-title, frontispiece,

title printed in red & black with woodcut vignette, woodcut illustrations, Bradley-Martin

copy with his bookplate and 2 others’ on front fly-leaf and pastedown, contemporary half

morocco, worn at edges, 1815 § Corser (Rev. Thomas) Collectanea Anglo-Poetica, 11

vol., frontispiece portrait, illustrations, vol.XI with printed prices and Bradley-Martin

bookplate, further small bookplate on front pastedowns, original cloth, light water-staining

affecting several covers and top edge of text in a few places, Manchester, 1860-83, 8vo (12)

£120 - £180

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197. Hamilton Palace Libraries (The). [sa l e caTa l o G u e] caTa l o G u e o f T h e fi r s T [-

fo u rT h] po rT i o N o f T h e be c k f o r d li b r a ry, 4 parts in 2 vol., bookplate of John William

Pease and J.O. Edwards, some original wrappers bound in, later half calf, t.e.g., 8vo,

Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 1882-3. £150 - £200

*** “One of the most greatest collectors of the day, a man to be menionted in the sam

ebreath as Lord Spencer, was the wealthy and Eccentric ‘Vathek’, William Beckford... As a

book collector, he was certainly far ahead of his times...”, De Ricci, English Collectors of

Books and Manuscripts, pp. 84-87.

198. Hammond (Wayne G. & Douglas A. Anderson) J.r.r. To l k i e N a de s c r i p T i v e

bi b l i o G r a p h y, original cloth, Winchester, 1993 § Wise (Thomas J.) A Complete Bibliography

of the Writings in Prose and Verse of John Ruskin, 2 vol., dust-jackets, original cloth, 1974

§ Lee (Sidney) A Catalogue of Shakespeareana, 2 vol., limited edition of 100, original cloth,

ex-library with stamps, 1899, plus c.92 other bibliography vol., v.s. (c.95) £200 - £300

199. Harbage (Alfred) and S. Schoenbaum. aN N a l s o f eN G l i s h dr a m a 975-1700, revised

edition, 1964 § Arnott (J.F.) and J.W. Robinson. English Theatrical Literature 1559-1900,

1970 § Cavanagh (John) British Theatre, a Bibliography 1901 to 1985, T.L.s. from the author

loosely inserted, Motley Press, 1989, original cloth, first 2 dust-jackets with minor marking,

4to (3) £75 - £100

200. Hargrave (Catherine Perry) a hi s T o ry o f pl ay i N G ca r d s a N d a bi b l i o G r a p h y o f

ca r d s a N d Ga m i N G, firsT e d i T i o N, colour plates with captioned tissue guards, illustrations,

original cloth, slightly rubbed, Boston & New York, 1930 § Braun (Franz) Zusammenstellung

von Spielkarten seit 1850, 3 vol., facsimile reproduction, an extensive survey of playing

cards, illustrations, original cloth-backed boards, Cologne, 1970; and another, German, on

Games, 4to & folio (5) £200 - £300

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201. Heber (Richard) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] bi b l i o T h e c a he b e r i a N a. Catalogue of the

Library...sold by auction, by Messrs. Sotheby & Son [- Evans; Wheatley], 12 parts only (of

13) in 5 vol., small bookplate of J.O. Edwards on front pastedowns, 4 vol. in modern half

calf, last vol. in contemporary half calf, vol.IV spine scuffed, 8vo, [W.Nichol], 1834-36 (5)

£1,000 - £1,500

*** One of the pre-eminent book-collectors of the 18th/19th centuries, De Ricci estimated

Heber’s library to comprise between two and three hundred thousand volumes.

“The Dibdinian age may be aptly said to terminate with the dispersal of the gigantic library

accumulated by Richard Heber (1773-1833), a bibliomaniac if ever there was one... From

1800 to 1830, he purchased ar every London sale, either in his own name or through agents

like Triphook and Thorpe...”, De Ricci, English Collectors of Books & Manuscripts, p.102.

Unfortunately the auctions took plate at a time when the market was oversaturated and there

were practically no buyers, the total sales only making less than two-thirds of what Heber

had paid for them.

202. Hoe (Robert) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] caTa l o G u e o f T h e li b r a ry... to be sold by auction...

by The Anderson Auction Company, 8 parts in 4 vol., titles printed in red & black, plates

and illustrations, parts I & II with pencilled prices, others with separate printed pricelist,

original wrappers bound in, contemporary buckram, t.e.g., 8vo, New York, 1911-12.

£150 - £200

*** One of the finest collections of books sold in Americam 14,579 lots realising $1,932,000;

the sale included many fine examples of the biblioplegistic art of the day.

203. Honderich (Ted) Th e ox f o r d co m pa N i o N To ph i l o s o p h y, dust-jacket, original cloth,

Oxford, 2005 § Williams (E. T. & C. S. Nicholls, editors) The Dictionary of National

Biography 1961-1970, dust-jacket, original cloth, Oxford, 1981 § Stephens (Meic. editor)

the Oxford Companion to the Literature of Wales, dust-jacket, original cloth, Oxford, 1986,

plus a quantity of similar vol., v.s. (qty.) £100 - £150

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204. Huth (Henry and Alfred H.) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] caTa l o G u e o f T h e fa m o u s li b r a ry o f

pr i N T e d bo o k s, il l u m i N aT e d ma N u s c r i p T s, au T o G r a p h le T T e r s a N d eN G r av i N G s..., Portions

1-9 bound with Catalogue of Books Unsold or Returned as Imperfect..., together 10 vol. in

3, Portions Eight and Nine limited issue on fine paper and with additional colour plates and

price lists, plates, some colour, some folding, one or two colour plates stuck together, later

half red morocco, by Zaehnsdorf, t.e.g., others uncut, most original wrappers bound in, a

little rubbed, spines slightly faded, 4to, Sotheby’s, 1911-20 & 1922. £300 - £400

*** Sale catalogue of the remarkable and comprehensive library formed by Henry Huth and

his son, the sale of which was described by De Ricci as “one of the most striking events in

the history of the English sale-rooms”. This set comprises a complete catalogue of the books

but is without the catalogues of Autograph Letters and Woodcuts & Engravings.

[se e il l u s T r aT i o N]

205. James (Louis) eN G l i s h po p u l a r li T e r aT u r e 1819-1851, dust-jacket, price-clipped,

1976 § Bromley (John) The Clockmaker’s Library, dust-jacket, spine slightly sunned, 1977

§ Collection Léon Leroy. Mouvements Portraits Livres et Documents, price-list, 1982 §

Brockett (Paul) Bibliography of Aeronautics, one of 150 copies, New York, [1999], original

cloth, 4to & 8vo (4) £100 - £150

206. James (Montague Rhodes) a de s c r i p T i v e caTa l o G u e o f T h e laT iN ma N u s c r i p T s iN

T h e Jo h N ry l a N d s li b r a ry aT ma N c h e s T e r, 2 vol., text and plates, original cloth, rubbed,

The University Press, Manchester, 1921 § Schnapper (Edith B., editor) The British Union-

Catalogue of Early Music Printed Before the Year 1801. a Record of the Holdings of Over

One Hundred Libraries Throughout the British Isles, 2 vol., original cloth, marked, 1957

§ Catalogue of the Printed Books in thye Library of the University of Edinburgh, 3 vol.,

original cloth, The University Press, Edinburgh, 1918, plus a quantity of other bibliographical

related vol., v.s. (qty.) £100 - £150

207. James (Philip) ch i l d r e N’s bo o k s o f ye s T e r d ay, original printed wrappers, slight

rubbing, The Studio, 1933 § Carlson (David & Jeffrey Eger) Dodgson at Auction 1893-

1999, original cloth, D & D Galleries, Somerville, 1999 § Quayle (Eric) R. M. Ballantyne

A Bibliography of First Editions, dust-jacket, original cloth, Dawsons, 1968, plus c.81 other

vol. children’s bibliography, v.s. (c.84) £150 - £200

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208. Kern (Jerome) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] Th e li b r a ry..., 2 vol., prices and buyers’ names

supplied in margins by a contemporary hand, some minor marking to margins, small

bookplate on inside front covers, original printed wrappers, dust-soiled with some minor

marking, worn at spines with slight splitting, 4to, New York, The Anderson Galleries, 1929.

£180 - £220

*** One of the most successful American book auctions ever, achieving astronomical

prices.

209. Lewis (C.T. Courtney) Th e le bl o N d bo o k 1920, bookplate, 1920; George Baxter,

The Picture Printer, limited edition with limitation bookplate, t.e.g., n.d. § Docker (Alfred)

The Colour Prints of William Dickes, number 83 of 350 copies, frontispiece portrait, plates,

n.d. § McLean (Ruari) Victorian Book Design, dust-jacket, 1963 § Carter (Harry) and H.D.L.

Vervliet. Civilité Types, original cloth-backed boards, 1966, all but last original cloth; and 3

others, Book Production, 8vo & 4to (8) £100 - £150

210. Lincoln’s Inn Library.- Spilsbury (William H.) caTa l o G u e o f T h e pr i N T e d bo o k s...,

leaf of corrigenda & ommissions bound in with 4 supplements covering acquisitions

through to 1877 at the end, A.L.s from Lincoln’s Inn librarian John Nicholson to Alfred Huth

mounted on preliminary leaf, dated 1880, hu T h c o p y with their bookplate and 2 further, later

bookplates on front pastedown, contemporary half morocco, g.e., spine slightly sunned, 8vo,

for the Society, 1859. £150 - £200

211. Linnaeus (Carl) a caTa l o G u e o f T h e wo r k s..., 2 vol. (including Index), second edition,

vol.I plates, vol.I original cloth, vol.II original wrappers, both very good, British Museum,

1933-36 § Pritzel (G.A., editor) Thesaurus Literaturae Botanicae, light marginal browning,

original cloth, Milan, 1950 § Redouté (P.-J.) A Catalogue of Redoutéana, plates, original

wrappers, Hunt Botanical Library, 1963 § Blake (S.F.) and Alice Atwood. Geographical

Guide to Floras of the World, 2 vol., original cloth, 1963-61 § Leighton (Ann) American

Gardens in the Eighteenth Century, illustrations, original cloth, dust-jacket, Boston,

1976; and c.20 others, books and booksellers’ catalogues on natural history, v.s. (c.25)

£200 - £300

212. Locker-Lampson (Frederick) Th e ro w fa N T li b r a ry. a caTa l o G u e..., one of 150

copies, 1886; An Appendix to the Rowfant Library, one of 350 copies, anonymous gift

inscription to a John Fleming name-checking Locker-Lampson and author Shane Leslie

on front pastedown, 1900, plates, original morocco-backed cloth, slightly damp-mottled at

fore-edge, spines rubbed, t.e.g., others uncut, 8vo, Quaritch (2) £100 - £150

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213. MacGeorge (Bernard Buchanan) caTa l o G u e o f T h e li b r a ry..., ‘printed for private

use’, dust-soiling to fore-edges, browning to endpapers, small bookplate, contemporary

buckram, rubbed at extremities, t.e.g., others uncut, [De Ricci p.190], Glasgow, 1906; and

the 1924 Sotheby’s catalogue of the same, 8vo (2) £80 - £120

214. Madan (Falconer) ox f o r d bo o k s a bi b l i o G r a p h y o f pr i N T e d wo r k s re l aT i N G To

T h e uN i v e r s i T y a N d ci T y o f ox f o r d o r Printed or Published There, 3 vol., original cloth,

the Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1895-1931 § Goldsmid (Edmund) Bibliotheca Curiosa A

Complete Catalogue of all the Publications of the Elzevier Presses at Leyden, Amsterdam,.

The Hague, and Utrecht, 3 vol.in 1, limited edition of 275, later half morocco, privately

printed, Edinburgh, 1885 § Dawson Publishers Bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press

1921-1949 Three Volumes in 1, original cloth, 1975, plus 24 other vol. relating to publishers,

v.s. (29) £150 - £200

215. Maggs Bros a se l e c T i o N o f bo o k s ma N u s c r i p T s eN G r av i N G s a N d au T o G r a p h le T T e r s

re m a r k a b l e f o r Th e i r iN T e r e s T a N d Rarity Being the Five Hundredth Catalogue Issued

by Maggs Bros Booksellers, original card wrappers, rubbed, 1928 § Pickering & Chatto

An Illustrated Catalogue of Old and Rare Books, illustrated, original cloth, 1902, plus a

quantity of other bookseller’s and auction house catalogues, v.s. (qty.) £80 - £120

216. Marsh (Elsie A.G.) Th e ec o N o m i c li b r a ry o f Ja c o b h.ho l l a N d e r, one of 500 copies,

frontispiece portrait, original half buckram, Baltimore, 1937 § Hanson (L.W.) Contemporary

Printed Sources for British and Irish Economic History 1701-1750, dust-jacket, Cambridge,

1963 § University of London Library. Catalogue of the Goldsmiths’ Library of Economic

Literature, 2 vol., dust-jackets, Cambridge, 1970-75 § Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Historical Accounting Library, 1975 § Fussell (G.E.) Old English Farming Books 1523-1793,

one of 500 copies, dust-jacket, Aberdeen, 1978 § Spnazzola (Dora Francesca) Catalogo della

Biblioteca di Luigi Einaudi, 2 vol., frontispiece portrait, plates, dust-jackets, Torino, 1981

§ Drury Rare Books (John) A Catalogue of Rare English Books on Banking, Economics &

Trade in the Library of AmEx..., 1982 § Higgs (Henry) Bibliography of Economics 1751-

1775, Emo Press, 1990, original boards or cloth; and 30 others, Economics, Political &

Agricultural Sciences, v.s. (40) £300 - £400

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217. Mayo (Charles Herbert) bi b l i o T h e c a do r s e T i e N s i s, original cloth, minor rubbing and

scratches, original cloth, Chiswick Press, 1885 § County Borough of Derby. Derbyshire,

original printed wrappers, Derby, 1930 § Vaughan (John) The English Guide Book c.1780-

1870, illustrations, original boards, dust-jacket, 1974 § Eden (Peter, editor) Dictionary

of Land Surveyors and Local Cartographers...1550-1850, original cloth, 1979 § Dobbin

(Michael) Nottinghamshire History and Topography..., errata slip, original rexine,

Nottingham, 1983; and a small quantity of others, Topographical Bibliography, mostly

booksellers’ catalogues, v.s. (sm.qty) £150 - £200

218. Merly Library.- Willett (Ralph) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] me r ly li b r a ry. A Catalogue of

the well known and celebrated library of the late Ralph Willett [- A Catalogue of a very fine

collection of Botanical Drawings] ...sold by auction, by Leigh and Sotheby, 2 parts in one,

printed on thicker paper, prices and buyers’ names supplied in a neat contemporary hand,

ruled in inner margin, contemporary half calf, hinges cracked, worn at corner tips and spine

ends, 8vo, 1813. £450 - £550

*** According to Windle & Pippin this is the large paper copy of the sale catalogue, printed

on thick paper. It is possible that Dibdin was involved in the cataloguing of the sale, he

certainly offered to look over the proofs for the early printed books (letter to Leigh &

Sotheby dated Nov.1, 1813, now at Harvard) and some of the notes look like his work.

[se e il l u s T r aT i o N]

219. Morrow (Bradford & Bernard Lafourcade) a bi b l i o G r a p h y o f T h e wr i T i N G s o f

wy N d h a m le w i s, dust-jacket, original cloth backed boards, Santa Barbara, 1978 § Cross

(Robert & Ann Ravenscroft-Hulme) Vita Sackville-West A Bibliography, signed to title

by Nigel Nicolson, dust-jacket, original cloth, Winchester, 1999 § Keynes (Geoffrey)

A Bibliography of Siegfried Sassoon, dust-jacket, original cloth, 1962, plus 32 other

bibliographical vol., 8vo (35) £150 - £200

220. Muir (Marcie) a bi b l i o G r a p h y o f ch i l d r e N’s bo o k s, dust-jacket, spine sunned, 1970

§ Library of Congress. Yankee Doodle’s Literary Sampler..., plates and illustrations, New

York, 1974; Children’s Books in the Rare Book Division..., 2 vol., New Jersey, 1975 § Lovett

(Charles C. & Stephanie B.) Lewis Carroll’s Alice..., 1990 § Catalogue (A) of the Cotsen

Children’s Library, 2 vol., frontispieces, illustrations, New Jersey, 2000-03 § Cotsen (Margit

Sperling) The Beatrix Potter Collection of Lloyd Cotsen, illustrations, 2004 § Shefrin (Jill)

The Dartons...A Bibliographic Checklist, illustrations, dust-jacket, publisher’s box, Los

Angeles, 2009, original cloth or boards; and c.30 others, Children’s Bibliographies, v.s.

(c.40) £400 - £600

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221. National Maritime Museum. aT l a s e s & ca rT o G r a p h y, plates, original cloth, dustjackets,

HMSO, 1971 § Kraus (H.P.) Monumenta Cartographica, plates, some folding,

supplement on globes in pocket at end, price-list loosely inserted, original cloth, New York,

n.d.; and 18 others, Cartography, 8vo & folio (21) £80 - £120

222. Oxford (A.W.) No T e s f r o m a co l l e c To r’s caTa l o G u e, with a Bibliography of English

Cookery Books, original buckram-backed boards, slightly discouloured, uncut, 1909 §

Simon (André) Bibliotheca Gastronomica, one of 750 copies, illustrations, original cloth,

dust-jacket, lightly marked, 1953 § Mueller (Wolf) Bibliographie des Kaffee, des Kakao,

der Schokolade, des Tee..., unopened, original wrappers, Vienna [&c.], 1960 § Lowenstein

(Eleanor) Bibliography of American Cookery Books 1742-1860, original cloth, New York,

1972, and 12 others, mostly booksellers’ catalogues on Food & Drink, 8vo & 4to (16)

£150 - £200

223. Pene du Bois (Henri) am e r i c a N bo o k b i N d i N G s iN T h e li b r a ry o f he N ry wi l l i a m po o r,

one of 200 copies from an overall limitation of 238, chromolithographed plates heightened

in gilt replicating bindings, tissue guards, New York, 1903 § Quaritch, Ltd (Bernard)

Examples of Bookbinding. Designed and Executed by Robt. Rivière & Son, one of 200

copies, chromolithographed plates heightened in gilt replicating bindings, original cloth,

t.e.g, 1919 § Maggs Bros. Book Bindings: Historical & Decorative, frontispiece heightened

in gilt & red, plain plates, original wrappers, 1927 § Schunke (Ilse) Leben und Werk Jakob

Krauses, illustrations, some full-page, bookplate, original cloth-backed marbled boards,

Leipzig, [1943] § British Museum (The). Bookbindings from the library of Jean Grolier,

colour frontispiece, plain plates, original leather, gilt, 1965 § Foot (Miriam) The Decorated

Bindings in Marsh’s Library, Dublin, colour plates, plain illustrations, original boards, gilt,

Aldershot & Burlington, 2004; and 13 others on Bookbinding, v.s. (19) £350 - £450

224. Penzer (Norman M.) aN aN N o TaT e d bi b l i o G r a p h y o f sir ri c h a r d fr a N c i s bu rT o N

k.c.m.G., limited edition 17/500, original cloth, A. M. Philpot Ltd., 1923 § Keynes

(Geoffrey) A Bibliography of Sir Thomas Browne, Kt, M.D., limited edition 40/500, original

cloth, ex-library with stamps, Cambridge, 1924 § Fulton (John F.) A Bibliography of the

Honourable Robert Boyle Fellow of the Royal Society, dust-jacket, original cloth, Oxford,

1961, plus 26 other bibliographical vol., v.s. (29) £100 - £150

225. Perry (James) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] a caTa l o G u e o f T h e cu r i o u s a N d ex T e N s i v e

li b r a ry... which will be sold by auction, by Mr Evans, 4 parts in one, a few pencilled notes

in margins, rules in inner margin, light foxing to first title, small bookplate of J.O. Edwards,

contemporary half calf, cracking to joints, rubbed, 8vo, 1822. £200 - £300

*** A substantial library of 5,847 lots sold over 27 days and realising a total of £7,400.

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226. Plomer (Henry R.) eN G l i s h pr i N T e r s’ or N a m e N T s, limited edition 2/75, signed by the

author and with 4 additional plates, dust-jacket, chipped and torn with loss, original vellum

backed boards, rubbed, Grafton & Co., 1924 § Straus (Ralph & Robert K. Dent) John

Baskerville A Memoir, original cloth, faded, ex-library with stamps, Chatto & Windus, 1907

§ Plomer (H. R. et al) Dictionaries of the Printers and Booksellers Who Were at Work in

England, Scotland and Ireland 1557-1775, original cloth, The Bibliographical Society,1977,

plus c.54 other vol., printing, v.s. (c.57) £150 - £200

227. Pollard (Alfred W.) sh a k e s p e a r e fo l i o s a N d qu a rT o s, facsimile illustrations, tippedin

errata slip, loose related ephemera, small library stamp to foot of title, original clothbacked

boards, some minor marking and darkening, folio, 1909. £40 - £60

228. Pollard (Alfred W., editor) bi b l i o G r a p h i c a, 12 parts in 3 vol. (all published), colour

and other illustrations, some wrappers bound in, foxed, contemporary quarter morocco, 4to,

Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Company, Limited, 1895-1897. £150 - £200

229. Redgrave (Gilbert R.) er h a r d raT d o lT a N d h i s wo r k aT ve N i c e, plates and

supplement, contemporary half morocco, rubbed, ex-library with stamps, 1894 § Davenport

(Cyril) English Heraldic Book-Stamps, original cloth, rubbed, ex-library with stamps, 1909

§ Sadleir (Michael) Excursions in Victorian Bibliography, dust-jacket, original cloth, 1922,

plus a quantity of other vol., books and bookselling, v.s. (qty.) £150 - £200

230. Reed (Isaac) [sa l e caTa l o G u e] bi b l i o T h e c a re e d i a N a. A Catalogue of the Curious

& Extensive Library...which will be sold by auction, by Messrs. King and Lochée, o N e o f

12 l a r G e pa p e r c o p i e s, engraved frontispiece portrait, pencil note on preliminary blanks

describing limitation and defining this as “Mr. Bindley’s copy”, 2 bookplates on front

pastedown, original boards rebacked in later cloth, detached at upper hinge, worn at edges,

[De Ricci p.63], 8vo, 1807. £200 - £250

231. Riling (Ray) Gu N s a N d sh o o T i N G, one of 1500 copies, plates, dust-jacket torn with

loss, New York, 1951 § Jones (E. Gwynne) A Bibliography of the Dog, original gilt-pictorial

cloth, 1971 § Cadus (Neville) and John Arlott. The Noblest Games. A Book of Fine Cricket

Prints, plates, dust-jacket, 1989 § Drazin (David) Croquet, A Bibliography, illustrations,

dust-jacket, a fine copy, Oak Knoll Press, 2000; and a small collection of mostly booksellers’

catalogues, mainly on field sports, v.s. (sm.qty) £150 - £200

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232. Royal Academy of Arts. a caTa l o G u e o f bo o k s iN T h e li b r a ry..., contemporary half

morocco, spine with gilt lettering and coat-of-arms, 1877 § Lewine (J.) Bibliography of

Eighteenth Century Art and Illustrated Books, limited edition, contemporary half calf, §

Arntzen (Etta) and Robert Rainwater. Guide to the Literature of Art History, original cloth,

Chicago & London, 1980 § Creswell (K.A.C.) A Bibliography of the Architecture, Arts and

Crafts of Islam, second edition, one of 500 copies, original cloth, Cairo & Vaduz, 1978 §

Mark J.Millard Architectural Collection (The), vol.I, French Books, illustrations, original

cloth, 1993; and 8 others, Art Bibliography, v.s. (13) £250 - £350

233. Royal College of Physicans (The) of London. caTa l o G u e o f T h e li b r a ry, 1912 §

Sallander (Hans) Bibliotheca Walleriana, 2 vol., inscribed from the author, plates, dustjackets,

minor marking, Stockholm, 1955 § Durling (R.J.) A Catalogue of Sixteenth Century

Printed Books, Maryland, 1967 § Emmerson (J.S.) Catalogue of the Pybus Collection,

plates, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1981, and 2 others, Medicine, v.s. (7) £200 - £300

234. Royal Geographical Society. caTa l o G u e o f T h e li b r a ry..., 1895 § Alpine Club (The).

Catalogue of Books in the Library..., ink name and gift inscription on early ff., 1899 §

Frederick Muller, Catalogue of Books [&c.] on America and of...Early Voyages, Amsterdam,

1966 § Holmes (Sir Maurice) Captain James Cook, A Bibliographical Excursion, reprint,

1968 § Cox (James R., editor) Classics in the Literature of Mountaineering and Mountain

Travel from the Francis P.Farquhar Collection..., illustrations, Los Angeles, 1980, original

cloth; and a small quantity of others, Travel Bibliography, including booksellers’ catalogues,

v.s. (sm.qty) £200 - £300

235. Royal Microscopical Society. caTa l o G u e o f T h e pr i N T e d bo o k s a N d pa m p h l e T s...,

1929 § Ottley (George) A Bibliography of British Railway History, dust-jacket, worn at

edges, 1965 § Kuhner (David) The Bibliotheca Herbert Clark Hoover de re Collection

of Metallica Mining & Metallurgy, plates, dust-jacket, torn at head of spine, Claremont,

1980 § Ionides (Julia) Thomas Farnolls Pritchard of Shrewsbury, Architect and ‘Inventor of

Bridges’, plates, original boards, Ludlow, 1999, and 17 others, mostly relating to transport,

many booksellers’ catalogues, 8vo & 4to (21) £80 - £120

236. Russell (Norma) a bi b l i o G r a p h y o f wi l l i a m co w p e r To 1837, dust-jacket, original

cloth, Oxford, 1963 § Keynes (Geoffrey) A Bibliography of William Blake, original cloth,

Kraus Reprint Co., New York, 1969 § Williams (Sidney Herbert) A Bibliography of the

Writings of Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, M.A.), limited edition 483/700,

original cloth, 1924, plus c. 93 other bibliographical vol., v.s. (c.96) £200 - £300

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237. Sadleir (Michael) ex c u r s i o N s iN vi c T o r i a N bi b l i o G r a p h y, firsT e d i T i o N, errata slip,

original cloth, dust-jacket, chipped at corners, 1922; and 5 others, Victoriana, 8vo & folio

(6) £60 - £80

238. Saulnier (Ren é) and Pierre Louis Duchartre. l’im a G e r i e po p u l a i r e d u va l d e lo i r e,

colour plates and vignettes, some tipped-in, black & white illustrations, some full-page,

original patterned wrappers, defective & torn, slip-case, worn, Angers, 1945 § Adhémar

(Jean) Imagerie Populaire Française, plates, original parchment-backed gilt-pictorial

boards, slip-case, Milan, 1968; and 3 others similar, folio & 4to (5) £75 - £100

239. Smith (Frederick) Th e ea r ly hi s T o ry o f ve T e r i N a ry li T e r aT u r e a N d i T s de v e l o p m e N T,

4 vol., original cloth, slipcase, 1976 § Arber (Agnes) Herbals Their Origin and Evolution

A Chapter in the History of Botany 1470-1670, dust-jacket, original cloth, Cambridge,

1953 § Hartley (R. A.) History & Bibliography of Boxing Books Collectors Guide to the

History of Pugilism, dust-jacket, original cloth, Alton, [1988], plus 35 other vol. relating to

bibliography, v.s. (41) £100 - £150

240. Stafleu (Frans S.) and Richard S. Cowan. Ta x o N o m i c l i T e r aT u r e..., 7 vol., second

edition, original cloth, a fine set, 8vo, Utrecht, 1976-88. £300 - £400

241. Street Literature & Ephemera.- [Hindley (Charles)] curiosiTies o f sT r e e T

li T e r aT u r e, number 40 of 250 copies, woodcut illustrations, original morocco-backed

cloth, t.e.g., others uncut, rubbed at spine, 1871 § Henderson (W.) Victorian Street Ballads,

woodcut illustrations, bookplate, original cloth-backed boards, dust-jacket, chipped and

price-clipped, 1937 § Shepard (Leslie) John Pitts. Ballad Printers Seven Dials, London 1765-

1844, plates, original cloth, 1969 § Johnson (C.R.) and C.P. Thiedeman. Street Literature,

plates, original cloth-backed wrappers, 1980; and 11 others, similar, v.s. (15) £200 - £300

242. Thomson (J.C.) bi b l i o G r a p h y o f T h e wr i T i N G s o f ch a r l e s a N d ma ry la m b , original

buckram, spine sunned, t.e.g., others uncut, Hull, 1908 § Macdonald (Hugh) and Mary

Hargreaves. Thomas Hobbes, A Bibliography, frontispiece portrait, plates, original

buckram-backed boards, 1952 § Keynes (John) John Evelyn, A Study in Bibliography...,

second edition, jacket marked, 1968 § Wackermann (Erwin) Münchhausiana, Stuttgart,

1969, last 2 original cloth; and c.30 others, mostly bibliographical monographs, including a

small group of Johnsoniana, 8vo (c.35) £150 - £200

243. Tolmer (A.) mise e N pa G e: The Theory and Practice of Lay-Out, firsT e d i T i o N, printed

in blue and black, colour plates, some with pochoir colouring, illustrations, original clothbacked

printed boards, a little rubbed and soiled, 4to, 1931. £300 - £400

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244. Welsh (Charles) oN so m e o f T h e bo o k s f o r ch i l d r e N o f T h e la s T ce N T u ry, number

122 of 250 copies, original printed wrappers, 1886 § Whitmore (William H.) The Original

Mother Goose Melody, frontispiece portrait, illustrations, original vellum-backed boards,

worn, Boston & London, 1892 § Good (David) A Catalogue of the Spencer Collection of

Early Children’s Books and Chapbooks, tape-burns on endpapers, original buckram, spine

sunned, Preston, 1967 § Boggis (Doreen H.) Catalogue of the Hockliffe Collection of Early

Children’s Books, original cloth, Bedford, 1969 § MacDonald (Ruth K.) Literature for

Children in England and America from 1646 to 1774, original buckram, New York, 1982;

and 12 others on early children’s books, v.s. (17) £200 - £300

245. White Knights Library.- Blandford (George Spencer, Marquess of) [sa l e

caTa l o G u e] wh i T e kN i G h T s li b r a ry. Catalogue of that Distinguished and Celebrated

Library, 2 parts in one, contemporary manuscript prices with buyers’ names in margins

throughout, titles lightly dust-soiled, spotting, bookplates of T.W. & J.O. Edwards on

front pastedown, contemporary half calf, rubbed, slight damage to upper joint, 8vo, 1819.

£400 - £500

*** “Although the sale was brilliantly attended and such great collectors as Spencer, Heber

and Grenville bought liberally, the result was disappointing.” De Ricci, English Collectors

of Books & Manuscripts, p.78.

246. White (Gleeson) eN G l i s h il l u s T r aT i o N. ‘Th e si x T i e s’: 1855-70, plates, original giltpictorial

buckram, t.e.g., others uncut, 1897 § Ross (Robert) Aubrey Beardsley, plates, spine

sunned, 1909 § McKerrow (R.B.) and F.S. Ferguson. Title-page Borders used in England

& Scotland 1485-1640, full-page illustrations, original buckram-backed boards, t.e.g.,

others uncut, 1932 § Gallatin (A.E.) and L.M. Oliver. A Bibliography of the Works of Max

Beerbohm, dust-jacket, 1952 § Field (William B.Osgood) John Leech on my Shelves, plates,

New York, 1970 § Gill (Evan R.) Bibliography of Eric Gill, frontispiece, illustrations, 1974

§ Essick (Robert N.) William Blake’s Commercial Book Illustrations, plates, dust-jacket,

Oxford, 1991, original cloth unless stated otherwise; and 20 others on Book Illustration, v.s.

(27) £300 - £400

247. Wise (Thomas J.) Th e as h l e y li b r a ry. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts

and Autograph Letters, 11 vol., one of 200 sets, some vol. signed by the author, plates,

original buckram, some dust-soiling, t.e.g., others uncut, 1922-36; and 4 others, Library

Catalogues, 4to (15) £100 - £150

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248. Woolmer (J. Howard Th e po e T ry bo o k s h o p 1912-1935 a bi b l i o G r a p h y, dustjacket,

original cloth, Winchester, 1988 § Block (Andrew) The English Novel 1740-1850

A Catalogue, dust-jacket, original cloth, 1968 § McDonald (Donald) Agricultural Writers,

from Sir Walter of Henley to Arthur Young, 1200-1800, later cloth, 1908, plus c. 75 othe vol.

bibliographical, v.s. (c.78) £200 - £300

249. Yakushi (Yoshimi) caTa l o G u e o f T h e hi m a l aya N li T e r aT u r e, some annotation, original

cloth, Tokyo, 1984 plus Addenda & Corrigenda, original wrappers, Tokyo 1995, publishr’s

slip case, § Meckly (Eugene P., compiler) Mont Blanc the Early Years A Bibliography of

Printed Books from 1744 to 1860, original cloth, North Carolina, 1995 § Theal (George

McCall) Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets Relating to Africa, original cloth, Cape Town,

1963, plus 31 other vol. travel and travel bibliography, v.s. (35) £150 - £200

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250. Natalibus (Petrus de) caTa l o G u e sa N c T o r u m, title and page facing beginning of text

in red and black, in woodcut borders, many small woodcuts in the text, lacks q6, z7, E7, &

final (?blank) f, tears to title margins, first gathering becoming loose, some marking and

spotting, later vellum, worn, spine defective at head and foot, folio, Lyons, Jacobus Biuncti,

1545; sold not subject to return. £150 - £200

251. Boehme (Johann) or b i s Te r r a r u m ep iT o m e , woodcut printer’s device to title and verso

of final f., woodcut initials, with final blank, 2A8 small repair to lower corner, some spotting

or light foxing, a few small stains, 17th century speckled calf, gilt spine in compartments,

spine ends chipped, joints starting, but holding firm, corners worn, rubbed, [Adams B2272],

8vo, Pavia, Andrea Viano, 1595. £100 - £150

*** On the customs, costumes and morals of the principal nations of the time.

252. France.- [le pa i s a N fr a N ç o i s], lacks the title, 2 folding tables, final blank f. present,

G2&3 repeated after S3, fore-edges of first few ff. little frayed, some staining, contemporary

limp vellum, stained and worn, all but loose, 8vo, n.p., [1609]. £100 - £150

*** Extremely rare political satire addressed to Henri IV of France.

253. Justinian I (Emperor) Digestum Vetus, seu Pandectarum Iuris Ciuilis, Tomus Primus,

engraved additional title, stained, printed title in red and black, marginal damage to last c.

100 ff., with slight loss of text, staining and marking, names on engraved and printed titles,

loosely inserted in card boards. large 8vo, Venice, apud Iuntas, 1621. £100 - £150

254. Bible, Latin. Biblia Sacra Vulgatae Editionis, engraved title, woodcuts in the text, title

mounted, some spotting and marking, later calf-backed boards, spine gilt, rubbed, 4to,

Venice, Nicolaus Pezzana, 1669. £150 - £200

255. Schrijver (Pieter) be s c h ry v i N G e va N a l l e d e Gr av e N va N ho l l a N d, Ze e l a N d e N d e

vr i e s l a N d, engraved additional title, plate, coat-of-arms, 20 portraits, folding table,

torn at folds, additional title slightly trimmed, little spotting, contemporary calf, rubbed

and marked, repaired, 12mo, The Hague, J. Tongerloo, J. Doll & L. van Dijck, 1678.

£75 - £100

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256. Vavasseur (François) op e r a om N i a, half-title, title in red and black and with engraved

vignette, engraved head-piece to dedication and initials, contemporary calf, lower cover

detached, worn, Amsterdam, apud Petrum Humbertum, 1709 § Sully (Maximilien de Bethune,

Duc de) Memoirs, 3 vol., third edition, bookplates of Westdean Library, contemporary

mottled calf, gilt, worn, but holding firm, for A.Millar [&c.], 1761; and 4 others, odd vol.

Continental, v.s. (8) £150 - £200

257. Yosef Romanin (Yesha’yah ben, Rabbi) se f e r mu s a r me l a k h i m, Hebrew, additional

engraved title, small ink stains to fore-edge of titles, new endpapers, contemporary calf with

superficial worm tracks, worn at spine ends, Venice, 1744; and 5 others, Jewish interest, v.s.

(6) £100 - £150

258. Health.- Lommius (Jodocus) co m m e N Ta r i i d e sa N i TaT e Tu e N d a, iN pr i m u m lib. d e r e

me d i c a au r e l. co r N e l i i ce l s i, title with woodcut ornment. some marginal water-staining,

lightly browned, modern calf, gilt spine in compartments, large 12mo, Amsterdam, sumptibus

Societatis, 1745. £60 - £80

*** On the preservation of health, including diet and with discussion of the De Medicina of

Aulus Cornelius Celsus.

259. Bielfeld (Jacob Friedrich, Baron de) iN s T i T u T i o N s po l i T i q u e s, 2 vol. in1, firsT e d i T i o N,

half-titles, engraved portrait frontispiece, title vignettes and head-piece to dedication, titles

in red and black, 4 folding tables, engraved bookplate of William Fraser of Fraserfield,

contemporary mottled calf, gilt spine in compartments, head of spine chipped, some loss to

leather at joints at foot of spine, rubbed and scuffed, [Kress 4180; Goldsmiths 9732], 4to,

The Hague, Pierre Gosse, 1760. £150 - £200

*** With chapters on trade, manufacturing and finance.

260. Necker (Jacques) de l’ad m i N i s T r aT i o N d e s fi N a N c e s d e l a fr a N c e, 3 vol., firsT

e d i T i o N, half-titles, engraved portrait frontispiece lacking, folding letter-press table,

5 other contemporary articles bound at rear of vol. 3, some later underlining to vol.1,

contemporary mottled calf, gilt and with red and black morocco labels, slightly worn, some

signs of worming to joints and boards, [Goldsmiths 12732; Kress B753-B754], 8vo, [Paris],

1784. £100 - £150

261. Diderot, (Denis) la re l i G e u s e, occasional spotting, a few leaves torn, light browning

to first and last few leaves, hinges cracked but firm, contemporary half calf, spine ends

and corners a little bumped, rubbed at extremities, 12mo, Paris, 1796 [19th century].

£100 - £150

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262. Legouve (Gabriel) le mé r i T e d e s f e m m e s , occassional spotting, minor soiling

throughout, light browning to endpapers, contemporary half calf, spine ends and corners a

little bumped, extremities and covers rubbed, 12mo, Paris, 1813. £100 - £150

263. Sumarokov (Aleksandr Petrovich) su rv e y o f caT h e r i N e T h e Gr e aT , 3 vol., lacking

pp.35-36, occasional light spotting, title page and portrait forntispiece a little browned, a few

pencil inscriptions throughout, contemporary half calf on marbled boards, spine gilt, paper

tape to spine head, corners a little bumped, extremities worn, rubbed, 1832 § Khomyakov

(Aleksei Stepanovich) Poems, foxing throughout, occasional waterstaining, ink inscription

to title page and endpaper, contemporary half calf, spine ends and corners a little bumped,

covers waterstained and slightly rubbed, extremities worn, 1861; and 4 others, 8vo (8)

£75 - £100

264. Aubert (Dr. Hermann) ph y s i o l o G i e d e r Ne T Z h a u T, firsT e d i T i o N, half-title, illustrations,

withdrawn stamp of Wellcome Institute to verso of title, contemporary cloth-backed

boards, label removed from upper cover, a few cracks, rubbed, large 8vo, Breslau, 1865.

£60 - £80

*** On vision and its neurological implications.

265. Bem (Elisaveta) pi r o G (pie) 12 silhouette plates, loose (as issued), numbered, heavy

spotting to first 3, occasional to remainder, original pictorial wrapper, browned, a few

short tears and creases, small losses to upper edge of front panel, small 4to, St. Petersburg,

1880. £180 - £200

***Elisaveta Bem (1843-1914), renowned Russian artist of postcards and silhouettes, for

which she received many awards. The finesse and charm of this rare title is a superlative

example of her work.

266. Reiset Marie Antoin de, Vicomte) mo d e s e T us a G e s a u Te m p s d e ma r i eaN

T o i N e T T e, 2 vol., half-title, hand-coloured and mounted photographic plates, some

folding, contemporary calf, gilt, vol.1 water-staining to foot of upper cover, both vol.

rubbed and with some marking, Paris, Firmin-Didot, 1885 § Geruzez (Victor), “Crafty”.

Paris A Cheval, 1889; Paris au Bois, 1890; Le Province a Cheval, [c.1885], plates and

illustrations, some colour, occasional spotting or foxing, uniformly bound in original green

pictorial cloth, gilt, a few spots, some rubbing; and 4 others, miscellaneous French, v.s. (9)

£75 - £100

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267. Oliphant (Margaret) Je r u s a l e m, i T s hi s T o ry a N d ho p e, plates and illustrations,

1891 § Bernstein (Ignaz) Jüdische Sprichwörter und Redensarten, printed in Hebrew &

German, titles printed in red & black, Warsaw, 1908 § Rapport (Angelo S.) The Folkore of

the Jews, dust-jacket with tape repair, Soncino Press, 1937 § Jung (Leo) Harvest: Sermons,

Addresses, Studies, New York, 1956 § Steinschneider (M.) Jewish Literature, second edition,

dust-jacket, New York, Hermon Press, 1965; and a quantity of others, Judaica & Hebraica,

including several volumes published by the Leo Baeck Institute, v.s. (qty) £200 - £300

268. Laupts (Dr.) Ta r e s & po i s o N s. pe rv e r s i o N & pe rv e r s i T é se x u e l l e s, firsT e d i T i o N,

preface by Émile Zola, half-title, ink stamps of Royal College of Surgeons, contemporary

half calf, gilt stamp of RCS to foot of spine, rubbed, 4to, Paris, 1896. £75 - £100

*** On homosexuality, including a discussion of Oscar Wilde.

269. Prévost (Abbé) hisToire d e ma N o N le s c a u T, duplicate title-page, frontispiece, plates,

first title-page browned, slight browning to margins, contemporary morocco-backed boards,

scuffs and abrassions but sound, t.e.g., others uncut, 4to, [c.1910]. £30 - £60

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❦ ENGLISH LITErATUrE AND HISTOry

270. Bacon (Sir Francis) op e r u m mo r a l i u m e T civilium, fine engraved portrait of the

author, woodcut devices to titles, decorated initials and head-pieces, A4 and E6 blank, 4D5

a cancel, title with small ink stamp of Bibliotheca Oatesiana (this repeated on final text

f.), private library blind-stamp at head and small biro number near foot, a few ff. lightly

browned, minor marginal water-staining to last few ff., occasional spotting or fingermarking,

contemporary calf, rebacked preserving original backstrip in compartments and

with a red morocco label, corners worn, small dent to lower cover, marked, [STC 1109;

Gibson 196], a solid copy of an attractively printed work, folio, Excusum typis Edwardi

Griffini [and John Haviland]; prostant ad Insignia Regia in Coemeterio D. Pauli, apud

Richardum Whitakerum [and John Norton], 1638. £200 - £300

271. Baxter (Richard) Th e sa i N T s ev e r l a s T i N G re s T, 4 parts in 1, second edition, occasional

light damp-staining to margins, 19th century half calf, rubbed, sm.4to, for Thomas Underhill,

1651. £120 - £180

272. [Eachard (John)] Th e G r o u N d s & o c c a s i o N s o f T h e c o N T e m p T o f T h e c l e r G y a N d

r e l i G i o N e N q u i r e d i N T o. iN a le T T e r w r i T T e N To r.l., title with woodcut ornament, 5pp.

advertisements at end, modern calf, [Wing E50], 8vo, W.Godbid, for N.Brooke, 1670.

£75 - £100

273. Standish (John) a se r m o N p r e a c h e d b e f o r e T h e ki N G aT wh i T e-ha l l, Septem.the 26th

1675, firsT e d i T i o N, lacking first leaf (blank?), catalogue of sermons at end, slightly stained

at top inner corner, disbound, [Wing S5215], small 4to, Henry Brome, 1676. £60 - £80

*** Standish discusses and compares the character and responsibilities of a king’s ambassador

with ambassadors for Christ.

274. Penn (William) No cr o s s, No cr o w N , second edition, occasional worming, notes

in contemporary and later hands to endpaper, contemporary sheep, rather worn, 8vo, by

Andrew Sowle, 1682. £150 - £200

*** An rare early book on Quaker discipline, ESTC lists only 3 copies in the UK.

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275. Shakespeare (William) Th e Tr a G e d y o f aN T h o N y a N d cl e o paT r a, extract from the

fourth folio, p.138-p.164, toned, later calf, 1685 § Expilly (Jean-Joseph) Le Geographe

Manuel, 5 folding maps, contemporary calf, joints damaged, Paris, 1777 § Crawford (Francis

Marion) Ave Roma Immortalis. Studies from the Chronicles of Rome, 2 vol., contemporary

morocco, rubbed, 1898, plus c. 56 other vol., v.s. (c.60) £200 - £300

276. Motteux (Pierre Antoine, editor) Th e Ge N T l e m a N’s Jo u r N a l: o r T h e mo N T h ly

mi s c e l l a N y, vol. I & II only of 3, engraved music at end, title browned and soiled,

vol. II small tear in corner, edges uncut, [Nelson & Seccombe 170], sm. 4to, 1692-93.

£100 - £150

277. Rochester (John Wilmot, Earl of) po e m s , (&c.) o N s e v e r a l o c c a s i o N s: w iT h

va l e N T i N i a N, a T r a G e d y, 2 parts in 1, title soiled and with ink signatures verso and signatures

and notes recto, some light browning and staining, occasional spotting, contemporary

panelled calf, new gilt title and gilt top spine, small repair to foot of spine, with minor loss,

rubbed, [Wing R1757], 8vo, Jacob Tonson, at the Judge’s Head, 1696. £200 - £300

*** Provenance: Capt. Charles Webb; Miss Mary Lawrence; Charless Hitchins (18th century

ink inscriptions).

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278. Swift (Jonathan) Th e hi s T o ry o f T h e fo u r la s T ye a r s o f T h e qu e e N, contemporary

calf, rubbed, spine chipped, A. Millar, 1758 § [Bellegrade (Abbe de)] Reflexions Upon

Ridicule, toned, contemporary calf, hinges cracking, Tho. Newborough et al, 1706 § De

Voltaire (M.) The History of Charles XII. King of Sweden, contemporary calf, Alexander

Lyon, 1732, plus 4 other vol., 8vo (7) £150 - £200

279. Dundee (John Graham, Viscount) me m o i r s o f T h e lo r d vi s c o u N T du N d e e, the

Highland Clans, and the Massacre of Glenco..., firsT e d i T i o N, engraved folding frontispiece,

later bookplate of antiquary David Murray on front pastedown, contemporary panelled calf,

sympathetically rebacked in later calf, 8vo, for Jonas Brown, 1714. £180 - £220

[se e il l u s T r aT i o N]

280. Gay (John) Th e be G G a r’s op e r a, third edition, title printed in red & black, elaborate

woodcut head- & tail-pieces, 46pp. engraved music composed by Dr Christopher Pepusch

(this the first edition to feature the basses), modern patterned boards, 4to, for John Watts,

1729. £200 - £300

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281. la d i e s di a ry (Th e): or, the Woman’s Almanack, for the Year of our Lord, 1732 [-

1740], 9 vol. in one, titles printed in red & black with a woodcut vignette, some margins

cropped, 8vo, A.Wilde, 1732-40. £75 - £100

282. Prideaux (Humphrey) Th e or i G i N a l a N d ri G h T o f Ti T h e s, f o r T h e ma i N T e N a N c e o f

T h e miNisTry iN a ch r i s T i a N ch u r c h, Tr u ly Stated, second edition, contemporary calf, R.

Knaplock, 1736 § Doddridge (Philip) Memoirs of the Life, Character and Writings of the

Late Reverend Philip Doddridge, D.D. of Northampton, portrait frontispiece, contemporary

calf, rubbed, J. Buckland, 1746 § Johnston (James F. W.) The Chemistry of Common Life,

2 vol., contemporary half calf, rubbed, William Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1855, plus 18 other

vol., (v.s.) (22) £150 - £200

283. Bible, English. Holy Bible (The) Containing the Old and New Testaments..., 2 parts in

3 vol., engraved portrait (repaired), additional title vignette and c.126 plates, text and plates

ruled in red, foxed, occasional water-staining, some leaves with closed tears (a few repaired),

vol. 1 plate with repair along right margin affecting border, handsome contemporary calf,

gilt, rubbed, joints cracking, corners bumped, 4to, Oxford, John Baskett, 1739. £300 - £400

284. Ovid Th e ep i s T l e s o f ov i d, endpapers slightly browned, contemporary speckled calf,

spine rubbed, joints cracked, short tear to upper cover joint, upper and lower covers rubbed,

corners bumped, 1746; Ovid, A New Translation of Ovid’s Metamorphosis, red and black

title page, engraved frontispiece, endpapers browned, speckled contemporary calf, spine a

little worn, small chip to spine foot, covers slightly rubbed, corners bumped, 8vo, 1748 §

Dyrden (J.) The Miscellaneous works of John Dryden, vol.1, light spotting and browning

to endpapers, spine worn, head and foot with short tears, joints cracked but firm, a little

rubbed, corners bumped, 8vo, 1760 § Salmon (Thomas) The Chronological Historian, 2vol.,

browning to endpapers, spines worn, upper joints loose vol.1, rubbed, corners bumped, 8vo,

1747; and 14 others, miscellaneous (19) £250 - £300

285. Virgilius Maro (Publius) Th e Ge o r G i c k s o f virGil, translated by John Martyn, second

edition, advertisement f., 9 engraved plates (2 folding) and folding map, ink ownership

inscription, bookplate to pastedown, contemporary calf, rebacked, a little worn at extremities,

8vo, for R.Reily, 1746. £120 - £180

286. Milton (John) pa r a d i s e lo s T. a po e m iN Tw e lv e bo o k s, 2 vol.; Paradise Regained.

A Poem in Four books. To Which is Added Samson Agonistes: and Poems Upon Several

Occasions, both second editions, illustrated, contemporary speckled calf, J. and R. Tonson,

et al, 1750 & 1753, 8vo (4) £150 - £200

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287. Dodd (William) Th e be a u T i e s o f sh a k e s p e a r, 2 vol., browning to edges of early ff.,

small bookplate on front pastedowns, handsomely bound in contemporary speckled calf,

ruled and numbered in gilt, for T.Waller, 1752. £80 - £120

288. Rose (William Stewart) pa rT e N o p e x de bl o i s, a ro m a N c e iN fo u r ca N T o s, foxed,

contemporary half morocco, rubbed, Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1807 § Lucretus

Carus (Titus) De Rerum Natura, contemporary calf, rubbed and sunned, Richard Taylor,

1832 § Bishop (Samuel) Feriae Poeticae: sive Carmina Anglicana, foxed, contemporary

speckled calf, hinges pulling, J. Newbery & J. Walter, 1766, plus 2 other vol., 4to & 8vo (5)

£150 - £200

289. [Cleland (John)] sp e c i m e N o f a N eT i m o l o G i c a l vo c a b u l a ry, o r essay, b y me a N s

o f T h e aN a l i T i c me T h o d, To re T i e v e T h e aN T i e N T ce lT i c, L. Davis & C. Reymers, 1768;

Additional Articles to the Specimen of an Etimological Vocabulary, L. Davis, 1769, 2

works in 1 vol., firsT e d i T i o N s, light browning, modern half calf, marbled boards, 8vo.

£150 - £200

290. Dickens (Charles).- Th e wo r l d di s p l ay e d, vol.5 only, second edition, engraved plates,

ch a r l e s di c k e N s c o p y with his bookplate and bookplate of Gadshill library to pastedown,

bookplate of Gregory Haines to endpaper, contemporary calf, joints cracked, spine a little

chipped, 12mo, 1768. £100 - £150

291. Blackstone (William) co m m e N Ta r i e s o N T h e law s o f eN G l a N d iN fo u r bo o k s, vol. 4

first edition, others fourth edition, 2 plates to vol.2, 1 folding, minor worming, contemporary

tan calf, chipped and rubbed, 4to, The Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1769-1770. (4)

£400 - £600

292. [Brooke (Frances)] Th e hi s T o ry o f em i ly mo N Ta G u e, 4 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, 3 blanks,

1p. advertisements, errata f., old ms. addition of author’s name to each title, a couple of

small worm holes to lower margin, 3 vol. with marginal repairs, small hole affecting 2

words, later half calf, 12mo, for J.Dodsley, 1769. £100 - £150

*** The first English novel written and set in Canada.

293. [Richardson (Samuel)] Th e hi s T o ry o f sir wi l l i a m ha r r i N G T o N, 4 vol., firsT e d i T i o N,

2 blanks, lacking advertisements, some minor spotting, contemporary half calf, covers

detached, 12mo, London & York, for John Bell and C.Etherington, 1771. £120 - £180

*** An epistolary novel, in the style of Samuel Richardson; sometimes attributed to Anna

Meade and Thomas Hull.

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294. Brooks (Jonathan, editor, of Bristol) aN T i q u i T y; o r, T h e wise iN s T r u c T e r. Being a

Collection of the most Valuable Adminitions and Sentences, The Second Edition, 40pp. list

of subscribers, ink ownership stamp on dedication page, lacks front free endpaper and ?last

blank (ends on G3, ESTC calls for G2 but same pagination), slightly browned, contemporary

calf, rubbed, corners worn, edges rubbed, [ESTC lists 1 copy only; located at Columbia

University], 8vo, York, J. Brooks, 1773. £150 - £200

*** “Chiefly taken from Politeuphuia-Wits commonwealth by J.B. i.e., J. Bodenham.” -

BM. Cat.

295. [Johnson (Samuel)] a Jo u r N e y To T h e we s T e r N is l a N d s o f sc o T l a N d, firsT e d i T i o N,

lacks half-title, errata leaf at end, slightly foxed and browned, pencil inscription: “From the

Library of Harry Davis” on front pastedown, contemporary calf, rubbed, rebacked, housed

in a modern cloth box, [Courtney & Smith p. 122-123], 8vo, for W. Strahan; and T. Cadell,

1775. £100 - £150

296. aN N u a l re G i s T e r or a View of the History, Politics and Literature for the Year

1776, occasional light spotting, contemporary calf, upper cover detached, spine chipped,

extremities rubbed, 8vo, J.Dodsley, 1777 § American State Papers, ....A Collection of

documents Relative to the war between the United States and Great Britain, 2 vol, blind

stamps to preliminary leaves in both volumes, contemporary quarter, worn, joints split, over

marbled boards, leather tips, library bookplates to front paste-downs, for Cadell Junior and

Davies, etc, 1795, 8vo. (3) £400 - £600

***First mentioned, first English printing, in book form, of the Declaration of Independence

and Articles of Confederation

297. Pulteney (William) co N s i d e r aT i o N s o N T h e pr e s e N T sT aT e o f pu b l i c af fa i r s, a N d T h e

me a N s o f ra i s i N G T h e Ne c e s s a ry su p p l i e s, half-ittle, slightly browned, new endpapers,

modern cloth, [cf. Sabin 66644], 8vo, Dublin, William Hallhead, 1779. £100 - £150

*** American independence.

298. Booker (Luke) po e m s o N su b J e c T s sa c r e d, mo r a l, a N d eN T e rTa i N i N G, 2 vol. in one,

firsT e d i T i o N, list of subscribers, contemporary calf, hinges cracked, spine ends slightly

chipped, overall an attractive copy, 8vo, for the author, by J.Smart, Wolverhampton, 1785.

£120 - £180

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299. Josephus (Flavius) Th e wh o l e wo r k s o f fl av i u s Jo s e p h u s, translated by Charles

Clarke, frontispiece, 52 engraved plates, 3 maps, outlines hand-coloured, 2 plans, tear with

slight loss to 2U at lower margin later signatures to title and frontispiece, contemporary

calf, rebacked in cloth, poorly, rubbed and bumped at extremities, folio, J.Walker, etc., 1785.

£150 - £200

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300. Monro (Thomas, editor) Th e ol l a po d r i d a, second edition, some spotting,

contemporary half calf, sympathetically rebacked, corners worn, rubbed, London and

Oxford, J.Nichols, 1788 § Prichard (James Cowles) The Eastern Origin of the Celtic Nations

Proved by a Comparison of their Dialects, firsT e d i T i o N, contemporary half calf, spine

faded, rubbed, 1831; and an eighth edition of Prideaux’s Life of Mahomet (1723), 8vo (3)

£75 - £100

*** The first mentioned is an Oxford periodical with literary, biographical and bibliographical

content.

301. White (Gilbert) Th e NaT u r a l hi s T o ry o f se l b o u r N e, engraved plates, later half

morocco by Bayntun, spine dulled, Henry G. Bohn, 1851 § Milton (John) The Poetical

Works, 2 vol., contemporary morocco gilt, rubbed, Tilt and Bogue, 1843 § Thicknesse

(Philip) Memoirs and Anecdotes, contemporary quarter calf, For the Author, 1788, plus

c.69 other leather bound vol, 8vo (c.73) £200 - £300

302. Inchbald [(Elizabeth)] NaT u r e a N d arT, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, half-title in vol.I only as

called for, some soiling to page edges, 19th century ownership inscription and circulating

library bookplate on front pastedowns, contemporary half calf, spines split and flaking,

hinges loose, uncut, 8vo, for G.G. & J. Robinson, 1796. £60 - £80

303. Bennett (Mrs. [Anna Maria]) Th e be G G a r Gi r l a N d h e r be N e fa c T o r s, 7 vol.,

firsT e d i T i o N, half-titles, 5 blanks, 2pp advertisements, 2pp. misnumbered, some light

waterstaining, browning to preliminary ff., contemporary half calf, hinges cracking, 12mo,

for William Lane, at the Minerva-Press, 1797. £80 - £120

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304. Fox (Charles)‘ak s-i pa r Taw . A series of poems, containing the plaints, consolations,

and delights of Achmed Ardebeili, firsT e d i T i o N, contemporary calf, rebacked, 8vo, Bulgin

& Rosser for J.Cottle, Bath, 1797. £60 - £80

*** “Contains a distinguished list of subscribers including ‘Mr. S. Coleridge, Stowey’...and

‘Mr. Robert Southey’. Wordsworth’s ownership of this book has been long acknowledged...

One or two interesting borrowings can be found in Adventures on Salisbury Plain - originally

composed 1795, but surviving only in a manuscript text of 1799... These borrowings would

suggest that Wordsworth revised parts of Adevntures on Salisbury Plain between the time of

his reading Ahmed, c. June 1797, and March 1798, when Colerdige offered it to Cottle for

publication.” - Duncan Wu, Professor of English Language and Literature, St Catherine’s

College, Oxford.

305. Pratt [(Samuel Jackson)] fa m i ly se c r e T s, li T e r a ry a N d do m e s T i c, 5 vol., firsT

e d i T i o N, contemporary half calf, 8vo, for T.N. Longman, 1797. £180 - £220

306. Glasse (Hannah) and Maria Wilson. Th e co m p l e T e co N f e c T i o N e r, o r, h o u s e k e e p e r’s

G u i d e: half-title, lightly browned, occasional spotting, contemporary sheep, sympathetically

rebacked, red morocco label to spine, corners a little worn, [Bitting p.190; Maclean p.62],

8vo, J.D. Dewick, 1800. £150 - £200

*** This is the first edition to include Maria Wilson’s substantial improvements.

307. Whitaker (Thomas Dunham) Th e hi s T o ry a N d aN T i q u i T i e s o f T h e de a N e ry o f cr av e N ,

engraved frontispiece, 36 engraved or aquatint plates, 2 hand-coloured, some folding, 18

pedigrees, contemporary half calf, recornered and rebacked preserving contemporary

backstrip, 4to, 1805. £120 - £180

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308. Binding.- Cowper (William) po e m s , 3 vol., new edition, 7 engraved plates, light

offsetting, occasional light spotting, bookplate of H.P.Sperling to pastedowns, h a N d s o m e

c o N T e m p o r a ry s T r a i G h T-G r a i N pa N e l l e d m o r o c c o, central panel surrounded by thick gilt

border of floral designs, spines gilt in compartments, 8vo, 1811-15. £300 - £400

[se e il l u s T r aT i o N]

309. Clark (Zachary) aN ac c o u N T o f T h e di f f e r e N T ch a r i T i e s be l o N G i N G To T h e o f T h e

co u N T y o f No r f o l k, firsT e d i T i o N, 6pp. advertisements, original boards with printed label

on spine, slightly chipped, uncut, 8vo, Norwich, Gedge & Barker, 1811. £80 - £120

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310. Burton (Robert) Th e aN aT o m y o f me l a N c h o ly, 2 vol., contemporary polished diced

calf, decorated spines, slightly worn at extremities, joints tender, bookplates to front pastedown,

1813 § Smollett (Tobias) The Miscellaneous Works, 6 vol. frontispiece to all volumes

except vol 3, contemporary tree calf , slightly worn, lettering labels chipped in places, for

Jo. and Ja. Fairbairn and A.Guthrie, Edinburgh, 1790 § Milton (John) Paradise Lost,

...exact reproduction of first edition 1667, modern quarter morocco, red leather lettering

label, Basil Montagu Pickering, 1873 § Faraday (Michael) Experimental Researches in

Electricity, firsT o N e v o l u m e e d i T i o N, 8 folding plates, original cloth, hinges starting to split,

ink library stamp to front paste-down, 1839 § Talfourd (Thomas Noon) Final Memorials

of Charles Lamb, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, contemporary half polished green calf, decorated

spines, extremities slightly rubbed, 1848, v.s.(12) £250 - £350

311. [Combe (William)] Th e To u r o f do c T o r sy N Ta x iN se a r c h o f T h e pi c T u r e s q u e,

third edition, hand-coloured aquatint frontispiece, title and 29 plates, all by Rowlandson,

title inner margin repaired with tape, slightly browned, original boards, corners bumped,

rebacked in later cloth, original printed paper label on spine, edges uncut, 8vo, [Abbey, Life

265; Tooley 427’ 8vo, R. Ackermann, 1813. £120 - £180

312. Combe (William) Th e To u r s o f do c T o r sy N Ta x, 3 vol., iN se a r c h o f T h e pi c T u r e s q u e,

29 coloured plates, occassional spotting, offsetting, minor soiling, tears to 1H1, 2O2 and

plate 7, contemporary half-calf, rebacked with original backstrip laid down, spine worn,

covers rubbed, corners bumped, 8vo, 1815; iN se a r c h o f co N s o l aT i o N, 23 coloured plates,

some minor soiling, first plate and title page frayed at edges, contemporary half-calf, spine

worn and chipped at head, rubbed, corners bumped, 8vo, 1820; iN se a r c h o f a wife, 23

coloured plates, first plate, title page and 2T1 frayed, some soiling, spine worn, rubbed,

corners bumped, 8vo, 1820. £150 - £200

313. [Ferrier (Susan Edmonstone)] ma r r i a G e, a No v e l, 3 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, lacking halftitles,

ink ownership inscriptions, bookplate to pastedowns, contemporary half calf, vol. 1

& 2 covers becoming loose, spine ends chipped, a little rubbed, [Wolff 2236 ‘her first and

rarest book’], 8vo, Edinburgh & London, 1818. £60 - £80

*** Susan Ferrier (1782-1854) took care of her aging father for years but still managed an

active social life in Edinburgh, London and Inverary. Friendly with Scott, Lady Charlotte

Bury and Charlotte Clavering, her novels’ focus on the world of domestic union (though

not married herself) and her heroines are rewarded when they learn “how much of moral

deformity may be veiled beneath the mask of worldly refinement.” Despite the popularity of

her work, she was careful to remain anonymous until shortly before her death.

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314. Sterne (Laurence) wo r k s, 4 vol., vol.1 engraved portrait frontispiece, spotting,

contemporary speckled calf, spines gilt with red morocco labels, a little rubbed, 8vo, 1819.

£60 - £80

315. Grammar.- Th e paT h s o f le a r N i N G sT r e w e d w iT h fl o w e r s o r eN G l i s h Gr a m m a r

il l u s T r aT e d, 16 ff. including title, engraved throughout on one side only and hand-coloured,

small tears repaired throughout, marked, presentation inscription, dated June 1823, on

recto of title, contemporary morocco-backed patterned boards, rubbed, spine defective, 8vo,

Harris and Son, 1820. £150 - £200

316. [Wade (John)] Th e bl a c k bo o k; o r, co r r u p T i o N uN m a r s k e d ! contemporary marbled

calf, repaired at head of spine, slightly rubbed, John Fairburn, 1820; The Extraordinary

Black Book: frontispiece, slightly mottled, modern quarter calf, marbled boards, Effingham

Wilson, 1831; History of the Middle and Working Classes, second edition, frontispiece,

rebound in modern buckram, Effingham Wilson, 1834, v.s. (3) £150 - £200

317. happiNess, a Ta l e, f o r T h e Gr av e a N d T h e Gay , 2 vol., first edition, errata leaf, minor

spotting, contemporary half calf, hinges cracked, [Wolff 17480; not in Sadleir], 8vo, 1821.

£100 - £150

*** Society novel, partly epistolary.

318. Smollett (Tobias) Th e hi s T o ry o f eN G l a N d, 5 vol., “new edition”, contemporary half

calf, 1822 § Rollin (Charles) The Ancient History..., 6 vol., 16th edition, engraved plates,

contemporary tree calf, spines gilt, 1823, 8vo (11) £100 - £150

319. Whiston (William) fl av i u s Jo s e p h u s, 4 vol., foxed, folding map, contemporary diced

calf, J. Richardson, et al, 1822 § Des Grieux L’Amour dans Tous les Temps Chez Tous

les Peuples, 3 vol., contemporary half calf, Paris, [c.1890] § Costello (Louisa Stuart) A

Pilgrimage to Auvergne, from Picardy to Le Velay, 2 vol., illustrated, contemporary calf,

1 spine label missing, Richard Bentley, 1842, plus c.48 other leather bound vol., v.s. (c.57)

£200 - £300

320. [Lamb (Charles)], “Elia” el i a, - Th e la s T essays o f el i a, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o N s, Elia

issue with 2 addresses in title, half titles, 6 and 4 pp. advertisments at end of Elia and Last

Essays respectively, label partly removed from pastedown of Elia, original boards, rubbed &

marked, Elia covers loose, spine defective and cracked, Last Essays spine defective at head

and partly split, 8vo, 1823, 1833. £150 - £200

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321. Nolan (Michael) a Tr e aT i s e o f T h e law s f o r T h e re l i e f a N d se T T l e m e N T o f T h e po o r,

3 vol., fourth edition, contemporary calf, spine head of vol.III slightly chipped, but overall

an attractive set, 8vo, 1825. £60 - £80

322. Marlowe (Christopher) Th e wo r k s..., 3 vol., firsT c o l l e c T e d e d i T i o N, [one of 250

copies], half-titles, woodcut device to titles, contemporary diced calf, gilt, an attractive set,

[Keynes p.77], 8vo, London, Oxford & Leicester, Pickering, Talboys & Wheeler, T.Combe

and Son, 1826. £200 - £300

323. Bronte (Charlotte, Emily & Anne) life a N d wo r k s o f ch a r l o T T e br o N T e a N d he r

si s T e r s. aN il l u s T r aT e d ed i T i o N, 7 vol., contemporary half calf, rubbed, spines dulled,

Smith, Elder, 1894 § Boswell (James) The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D, 8 vol., later half

morocco, John Murray, 1835 § Diary and Letters of Madame D’Arblay, Edited by her Niece,

7 vol., later half morocco, 1854, plus 9 other leather bound vol., 8vo (31) £200 - £300

324. Wilson (John Marius) a me m o i r o f fi e l d ma r s h a l Th e du k e o f we l l i N G T o N, 2 vol.,

maps & illustrations, contemporary half calf, rubbed, A. Fullarton, [c.1850] § James (G.

P. R.) The Life and Times of Louis the Fourteenth, 4 vol., portrait frontispieces, foxed,

contemporary half calf, Richard Bentley, 1838 § Creasy (Edward) The Fifteen Decisive

Battles of the World; from Marathon to Waterloo, contemporary calf, 1886, plus 6 other

leather bound vol., 8vo (13) £150 - £200

325. Shakespeare (William).- hi s T o r i c a l a N d ex p l a N aT o ry No T e s... of the Works of

W.Shakespeare, half-title, engraved frontispiece, woodcut vignette on title, woodcut

vignettes, chapter headings within typographic borders, contemporary half calf, rubbed at

fore-corners, 8vo, Paris, Baudry’s Eyeopean Library, 1839. £40 - £60

326. Ainsworth (William Harrison) No v e l s, 30 of 31 vol., illustrations, contemporary

half calf, red and black leather lettering labels, damp-staining to volume 1, 8vo., [c.1840]

£150 - £200

327. Binding.- pu N c h o r T h e lo N d o N ch a r i va r i, 100 vol. in 25, illustrations, contemporary

dark red morocco, gilt extra, g.e., a very handsome set, 4to, 1841-1891. £600 - £800

328. Naval.- Dibdin (Thomas and Charles) so N G s o f T h e laT e ch a r l e s dibdiN, second

edition, engraved plates by George Cruikshank, tissue-guards, ink ownership inscriptions

to endpaper, original cloth, gilt spine a little faded, spine ends and corners a little bumped,

1841; and another, naval, 8vo (2) £120 - £180

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329. Hicklin (John) Th e “la d i e s o f ll a N G o l l e N,” as Sketched by Many Hands; with

Notices of Other Subjects of Interest in “That Sweetest of Vales,” firsT e d i T i o N, 5 (of 6) tinted

lithographed plates, lacks Valle Crucis Abbey plate, some foxing and browning, bookplate

of Thomas Greer on front pastedown, original red blind-stamped cloth, gilt, slightly soiled,

[c.f. Abbey Scenery, 535], folio, Chester, 1847. £100 - £150

330. Thackeray (William Makepeace) va N i T y fa i r, firsT e d i T i o N in book form, woodengraved

title, plates, illustrations, light offsetting, bookplate to pastedowns, contemporary

half calf, joints cracked but firm, o r i G i N a l c l o T h b o u N d-iN, 8vo, 1848. £150 - £200

331. [Born (Ignaz von, Baron)], “A Naturalist”. mo N a c h o l o G i a: o r, ha N d b o o k o f

T h e NaT u r a l hi s T o ry o f mo N k s: ar r a N G e d ac c o r d i N G To T h e li N N a e a N sy s T e m, tinted

lithographed frontispiece, additional pictorial title and 12 plates, 4 plain lithographed

plates of vestments, 1 tinted plate with small repaired hole within image, slight loss, original

pictorial cloth, gilt, upper joint split, but holding firm, corners a little worn, rubbed, 1852

§ Scott (Sir Walter) wo o d s T o c k; o r T h e cava l i e r, 3 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, half-titles, some

spotting or foxing, heavier to endpapers, contemporary calf, flat spines gilt in compartments

and with double leather labels, joints starting, but holding firm, small piece missing from

head of spine of vol.1, some corners worn, rubbed, Edinburgh, 1826; and another first edition

of Scott, v.s. (5) £60 - £80

332. Cannon (Richard) hi s T o r i c a l re c o r d o f Th e se v e N T y-fi r s T re G i m e N T, hi G h l a N d

li G h T iN fa N T ry, engraved title, 2 hand coloured and one tinted plate, original red cloth,

lacking half or spine, faded, 1852 § Lysons (Rev. Daniel) Magna Britannia, Devonshire, vol.

6, lacking most plates, contemporary calf, lacking spine, very worn, 1822, 8vo & 4to. (2)

£30 - £40

333. Swinburne (Algernon Charles) Th e co l l e c T e d po e T i c a l wo r k s, 6 vol., age toning,

original cloth, 1919/1920 § Barham (Richard H. “Thomas Ingoldsby”) The Ingoldsby

Legends, first, second and third series, original cloth, chipped, 1852 § Lawrence (T. E.,

translator) The Odyssey of Homer, original cloth, sunned and marked, 1935, plus a quantity

of other vol., v.s. (qty.) £80 - £120

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333a. eN G l i s h w o m a N’s do m e s T i c ma G a Z i N e, vol. 2-3 in 1, portrait frontispiece, additional

pictorial title, illustrations, some light spotting, inscription to pastedown, contemporary

half morocco, spine gilt, spine faded, rubbed, [c.1854] § Copley (Esther) The Housekeepers

Guide: or A Plain & Practical System of Domestic Cookery, 4 engraved plates, title loose

with corners repaired, lacking frontispiece, additional title and endpapers, browning,

marginal tears to a few ff. with loss, contemporary half morocco, spine ends and corners a

little worn, rubbed, [Bitting p. 98-9; Cagle 635], 1847 § Willis (Michael) Cookery Made

Easy, wood-engraved frontispiece and 4 plates, a little browned, upper hinge weak, lower

hinge broken, original cloth, marked & faded, corners a little worn, [c.1840]; and another,

similar, 8vo & 12mo (4) £60 - £80

*** The first includes articles on “Cookery, Pickling & Preserving”.

334. Dickens (Charles) dav i d co p p e r f i e l d, a few short marginal tears, some paper tape

repairs and a few leaves repaired at margins, lower hinge detatched, spine ends a little torn,

1850; Little Dorrit, a few closed tears, plates 17 and 18 corners clipped, spine gilt, 1857,

firsT e d i T i o N s iN b o o k f o r m, engraved frontispiece, additional pictorial title and 38 plates,

plates oxidized, minor soiling throughout, occasional spotting, ink ownership inscription

to endpapers, contemporary half calf, corners a little bumped, extremities rubbed, covers

worn, 8vo (2) £200 - £300

335. Trollope (Anthony) Th e wa r d e N, first edition, half title and publisher’s advertisements

not bound in, contemporary half crushed morocco, rubbed, spine dulled, 8vo, Longman,

Brown, Green and Longmans, 1855. £300 - £400

336. [Bronte (Emily and Anne)] “Ellis and Acton Bell”. wu T h e r i N G he i G h T s a N d aG N e s

Gr e y, new edition, some gatherings becoming loose, hinges weak, ink ownership inscription

to endpaper, original cloth, darkened, corners and spine ends bumped and frayed, 8vo,

1858. £150 - £200

337. Thackeray (William Makepeace) Th e eN G l i s h hu m o u r i s T s o f T h e ei G h T e e N T h

ce N T u ry, firsT e d i T i o N, errata f., occasional spotting, internal hinges split, blind-embossed

bookseller’s stamp, original marbled cloth, rubbed, bumped, 8vo, 1853. £30 - £60

338. Cunningham (Peter, editor) Th e le T T e r s o f ho r a c e wa l p o l e ea r l o f or f o r d,

9 vol., frontispiece in vol. 1 loose, later green half morocco gilt by Bayntun, 8vo, 1861.

£150 - £200

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339. Hartwig G.) Th e Tr o p i c a l wo r l d, colour plates and other illustrations, original

cloth gilt, rubbed, inner hinges pulling, 1863 § Murray (W. H.) The Scottish Himalayan

Expedition, dust-jacket, original cloth, 1951 § Betjeman (John) English Cities and Small

Towns, dust jacket, original boards, 1943, plus a quantity of general vol., v.s. (qty.)

£80 - £120

340. Eliot (George) Th e wo r k s, 20 vol., mixed editions, later brown half morocco gilt by

Zaehnsdorf, 8vo, William Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1859/1864. £200 - £300

341. Scott (John F., editor) br u d d e r bo N e s’s sT u m p sp e e c h e s, light spotting, original

pictorial wrappers, loss to foot of upper cover, a little rubbed and creased, Glasgow,

[c.1868]; and 2 others, including a miniature Bible, 12mo & 16mo (3) £100 - £150

*** Includes an early appearance of Mark Twain’s ‘A Speech on Women’, delivered at the

Correspondents’ Club, December, 1867.

342. Egan (Pierce) life iN a N d ou T o f lo N d o N, 35 hand-coloured plates by Robert

Cruikshank, bookplate to pastedown, upper hinge weak, contemporary calf, a little rubbed

and worn, original cloth upper cover and spine bound-in, [c.1869]; and 10 others, literature

and illustrated, 8vo & 4to (11) £150 - £200

343. Thackeray (William Makepiece) Th e wo r k s, 22 vol., engraved additional titles and

plates, occasional light foxing, bookplate to pastedowns, contemporary half calf, gilt, spines

gilt in compartments with red and green morocco label, spines a little rubbed and faded,

some labels chipped, 8vo, 1869. £150 - £200

344. Alighieri (Dante & Dante Gabriel Rossetti) Th e Ne w life. la vi Ta Nu o va, colour

and other illustrations, contemporary calf with embossed coloured portrait to upper board,

George G. Harrap [c.1900] §Coatts (Margot) Portable Pleasures Picnics for all Seasons,

limited edition 69/250, original cloth backed boards, Libanus Press, Marlborough, 1992 §

Robinson (M.) The New Family Herbal, hand coloured illustrations, original cloth, William

Nicholson [c.1870], and a quantity of other vol., v.s. (qty) £150 - £200

345. Mayhew (Henry) lo N d o N la b o u r a N d T h e lo N d o N po o r, 3 vol., half-titles, numerous

plates, contemporary ownership inscription to endpaper, original pictorial cloth, gilt,

spines yellowed with ends a little frayed, still a very good set, 8vo, [c.1870s-80s].

£100 - £150

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346. Scott (Sir Walter) wav e r l e y No v e l s, 25 vol., illustrations, contemporary burgundy

calf, spines uniformly faded to tan, black leather lettering labels, gilt, armorial bookplate to

verso of front endpaper, Edinburgh, 1871; Perevil of the Peak, 4 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, lacking

half-title in vol. 1, contemporary half calf, marbled boards, slightly worn, armorial bookplate

to front paste-down, 1822 § Lockhart (J.G.) Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, 4

vol., contemporary half black calf, red leather lettering labels, gilt, Paris 1838, 8vo. (33)

£400 - £600

347. Lytton (Lord Edward George Bulwer) No v e l s, Knebworth Edition, 33 vol.,

frontispiece illustrations, contemporary half green morocco, gilt, last 6 vol., all uniformly

faded to tan, very slightly rubbed, 8vo., 1875 £300 - £400

348. Clemens (Samuel L. “Mark Twain”) Th e ad v e N T u r e s o f To m saw y e r , first edition,

half title, book slightly cocked, light foxing and toning, later cloth, 8vo, Chatto and Windus,

1876. £500 - £800

349. Dutt (Toru) a sh e a f Gl e a N e d iN fr e N c h fi e l d s, first edition, title to p. viii chipped at

leading edge, contemporary calf, chipped and rubbed, 8vo, The Saptahik Sambad Press,

Bhowanipore, 1876. £100 - £150

350. Tuttle (Hudson) ar c a N a o r spiriTualism. a ma N u a l o f sc i e N c e a N d ph i l o s o p h y,

title loose, foxed and with a small library stamp, occasional spotting or finger-soiling,

library half morocco, rubbed, 1876 § Voysey (Rev. Charles) Theism as a Science of Natural

Theology and Religion, ex-library copy with stamp to title and label to front pastedown,

original cloth, library gilt number to spine, 1895 § Regardie (Israel) The Complete Golden

Dawn System of Magic, s i G N e d p r e s e N TaT i o N c o p y f r o m T h e a u T h o r, plates and illustrations,

original rexine, Phoenix, 1984; and c.35 others, similar, most a broken run of Research in

Parapsychology, v.s. (c.38) £100 - £150

351. Kinglake (A.W.) Th e iN va s i o N o f T h e cr i m e a, 9 vol., Cabinet edition (mixed edition),

folding maps, cloth rubbed, Edinburgh and London, 1877-92 § Carlyle (Thomas) History of

Friedrich II. of Prussia Called Frederick the Great, 8 vol., Centenary Edition, some foxing

and browning, [1897], half-titles, original cloth, 8vo (17). £100 - £150

352. Scott (Walter) Th e wav e r l e y No v e l s, il l i u s T r aT e d ed i T i o N, 48 vol., contemporary

half roan, rubbed, 8vo, Adam & Charles Black, Edinburgh, 1877. £150 - £200

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353. Shakespeare (William) ca s s e l l’s il l u s T r aT e d sh a k e s p e a r e, 3 vol., foxed, contemporary

half calf, chipped and rubbed, [c.1890] § Cowden-Clarke (Mrs.) The Compl;ete Concordance

to Shakespeare: Being a Verbal Index to all the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the

Poet, foxed, contemporary calf, 1889 § Tennyson (Alfred) The Works, 7 vol., contemporary

morocco, rubbed, Henry S. King, 1877, 4to & 8vo (11) £100 - £150

354. Scott (Sir Walter) Th e No v e l s. a Ne w ed i T i o N w iT h sT e e l pl aT e s b y Ge o r G e

cr u i k s h a N k, J. m. w. Tu r N e r, a N d oT h e r s, 25 vol., foxed, contemporary half morocco,

light rubbing, ‘Waverley’ with minor worming to spine, 8vo, George Routledge, 1878.

£150 - £200

355. Scott (Sir Walter) Th e wav e r l e y No v e l s, 25 vol., Centenary Edition, engraved plates

and vignettes, tissue-guards, original half calf, spines gilt in compartments with red morocco

labels, spines a little rubbed and faded, but good overall, Edinburgh, 1879-81; and a 12 vol.

set of Wilson’s Tales of the Boders, 8vo (37) £150 - £200

356. Naval.- Na u T i c a l al b u m, c.30 pp. of photographs relating to naval families,

illustrations, original decorative morocco with naval emblems, g.e., spine a little rubbed

and scuffed, lacking clasp, 4to, [c.1880]. £60 - £80

357. Keats (John) Th e po e T i c a l wo r k s a N d oT h e r wr i T i N G s, 4 vol., light foxing,

contemporary green full morocco gilt for Hatchards, some dulling to spines, 8vo, Reeves &

Turner, 1883. £150 - £200

358. James (Henry) Ta l e s o f Th r e e ci T i e s, firsT e d i T i o N, endpapers slightly foxed, library

bookplate to pastedown, contemporary morocco backed marbled boards, spine ends a

little rubbed, joints a little cracked at head and foot, corners slightly bumped, 8vo, 1884.

£100 - £150

359. Stevenson (Robert Louis) sT r a N G e ca s e o f dr Je k y l l a N d mr hy d e, firsT e d i T i o N,

half-title, original printed upper wrapper, backstrip and lower cover lacking, 8vo, 1886.

£300 - £400

360. Holmes (Richard R.) qu e e N vi c To r i a, plates, contemporary half calf, 1897 § Beatrice

(Princess Henry of Battenberg, translator) The Adventures of Count George Albert of Erbach,

translator’s presentation inscription to half title, and manuscript Christmas card from her

loosely inserted, original cloth, 1891 § Roberts (Dorethea) Two Royal Lives, frontispiece

detached, foxed, original cloth, 1888, plus 10 related vol., v.s. (13) £80 - £120

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361. mi l l i o N (Th e), edited by Geo. Newnes, vol. 2, no.31-56 in one vol., illustrations, outer

pages printed in colour, original cloth, folio, 1892-1893 § Cundall (H.M.) Birket Foster,

portrait, plain and coloured plates, original decorated cloth, 8vo, 1906 § Aldin (Cecil),

P.G. Wodehouse, and others. The Cecil Aldin Book, plates, some coloured, illustrations

in text, original cloth, 4to, 1932 § Hartnell (Norman) Silver and Gold, inscribed by the

author, plates, original cloth, dust jacket, 8vo, 1955 § Knight (Dame Laura) The Magic of a

Line, illustrations, original cloth, dust jacket, 8vo, 1965; and others, the majority relating to

entertainment, various sizes (25) £75 - £100

362. Green (John Richard) a sh o rT hi s T o ry o f T h e eN G l i s h pe o p l e, 4 vol. in 8, plates,

maps and illustrations, some spotting or light foxing, attractive original pictorial cloth, gilt,

most vol. slightly rubbed, vol.8 more so, large 8vo, 1892-1894. £60 - £80

363. Kent (John) ra c i N G life o f lo r d Ge o r G e cav e N d i s h be N T i N c k, m.p., plates, Camden

bookplate, original cloth, gilt, Edinburgh & London, 1892 § Ludendorff (General) My

War Memories, 2 vol., original cloth, n.d. § Portland (Duke of) Men, Women and Things,

plates, original cloth, 1937 § Kilvert (Francis) Kilvert’s Diary, 3 vol., reprint, map

endpapers, original boards, slip-case, 1980; and 20 others, Biography, Letters, &c., v.s. (27)

£100 - £150

364. Conrad (Joseph) al m ay e r’s fo l ly , firsT e d i T i o N, firsT issue with ‘e’ missing from

‘generosity’ on p.110, half-title with advertisements on verso, title printed in red & black,

original green cloth, t.e.g., others uncut, spine slightly browned, 1895.; Tales of Hearsay,

firsT e d i T i o N, i N s c r i b e d b y r.b.cu N N i N G h a m e Gr a h a m e to half-title, foxing to preliminary

pages, original cloth, spine darkened, 1925; Nostromo, firsT e d i T i o N, firsT issue with p.187

misnumbered, original cloth, lightly rubbed at extremities, very small split to lower joint,

1904; and a number of other Conrad titles, 8vo. (24) £400 - £600

365. Scott (Sir Walter) Th e wav e r l e y No v e l s, 13 vol., woodcut frontispieces and vignettes,

tissue-guards, contemporary half calf, spine gilt with thistle motifs, t.e.g., spines a little

rubbed and faded, 8vo, Edinburgh, [c.1895]. £150 - £200

366. Carlyle (Thomas) Th e wo r k s, ce N T e N a ry ed i T i o N, 30 vol., plus Historical Sketches,

contemporary half blue morocco gilt, some minor sunning, 8vo, Chapman & Hall, 1897/1902.

(31) £200 - £300

367. Corelli (Marie) Th e ro m a N c e s, 15 vol, plus 3 other works by the author, mixed

editions, contemporary half calf, rubbed, 1897-1908 § Hope (Anthony) The Works, 8 vol.,

only, mixed editions, contemporary half calf, J. W. Arrowsmith, Bristol, 1901-1908, plus 11

other leather bound vol., 8vo (34) £150 - £250

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368. Kipling (Rudyard) ca p Ta i N s co u r a G e o u s, firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations, light foxing,

original pictorial cloth, gilt, a little bumped at spine ends and corners, but overall, a very

good, bright copy, 1897; and 4 others, by the same, 8vo (5) £200 - £300

369. Clemens (Samuel Langhorne), “Mark Twain”. fo l l o w i N G T h e eq u aT o r, firsT

e d i T i o N, frontispiece portrait, plates and illustrations, original cloth, illustration on upper

cover, spine gilt, spine ends and corners a little bumped, slightly rubbed, still a good copy,

[BAL 3451], 8vo, Hartford, Conn., 1897. £200 - £300

370. Macaulay (T.B.) co m p l e T e wo r k s, 12 vol., Albany Edition, frontispiece, contemporary

half polished calf, red and green lettering labels, slightly rubbed, 1898 § Half-Hours with

the Best Authors, 4 vol., illustrations, contemporary half blue calf, red leather lettering

labels, gilt, some rubbing to boards, presentation ex-libris, [c.1879]; and 8 other bound

volumes, 8vo. (24) £150 - £200

371. Jackson (Catherine Charlotte, Lady) Th e wo r k s, 14 vol., some foxing, tissue

guarded plates, contemporary art nouveau half morocco gilt for Hatchards, 8vo, John C.

Nimmo, 1899. £200 - £300

372. Conrad (Joseph) lo r d Jim, firsT e d i T i o N, some light spotting and marking, original

red cloth, spine lettered in gilt, slightly faded and rubbed, early signature to end-paper, 8vo,

Edinburgh & London, 1900 £200 - £300

[se e il l u s T r aT i o N]

373. Hope (Anthony) Th e wo r k s, 18 vol., mixed editions, contemporary half calf, London

& Bristol, c.1900 § Marryat (Captain) The Works, 17 vol., contemporary half calf, 1895,

plus 11 other leather bound vol, 8vo (46) £200 - £300

374. Shakespeare (William) [fi r s T fo l i o], facsimile edition, frontispiece portrait, small

split to head of Jonson’s address, a few of other small closed tears with repairs, bound in

antique style panelled calf with gilt Shakespeare coat-of-arms, t.e.g., folio, n.p., n.d. [early

20th century]. £100 - £150

375. Poe (Edgar Allan) life a N d le T T e r s..., edited by James A. Harrison, 2 vol., titles

printed in red & black, frontispieces, plates, original cloth, gilt, t.e.g., others uncut, a very

good pair, 8vo, New York, 1903. £100 - £150

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376. Reid (Forrest) Th e ki N G d o m o f Tw i l i G h T, firsT e d i T i o N, half-title, original cloth,

recased, faded and stained, original spine laid down, spine with tears, inner hinges

strengthened, modern slip-case, 8vo, 1904. £75 - £100

*** The author’s first novel.

377. Dickens (Charles) Th e wo r k s, 20 vol., only, frontispiece to each vol., foxed,

contemporary half calf, Chapman & Hall, 1906, plus 5 unrelated vol., 8vo (25)

£75 - £100

378. Brontë (Charlotte, Emily & Anne) No v e l s...with Gaskell’s Life of Charlotte Brontë,

12 vol., “Thornton Edition”, edited by Temple Scott, frontispiece, original cloth, spines gilt,

t.e.g., others uncut, 8vo, Edinburgh, 1907. £200 - £300

379. Wilde (Oscar) Th e wo r k s, 14 vol., s u N f l o w e r e d i T i o N, one of 1,000 copies,

frontispieces, tissue-guards, contemporary half morocco, gilt, spines gilt with sunflower

motifs, t.e.g., others uncut, spine ends a little chipped, corners a little bumped, an attractive

set, New York, 1909 £300 - £400.

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380. Stevenson (Robert Louis) Th e wo r k s, swa N s o N ed i T i o N, 25 vol., limited edition

1,922/2,000, page ends foxed, contemporary blue half morocco by Riviere, spines dulled

and dried, some chipping, 8vo, 1911. £200 - £300

381. Stoker (Bram) Th e la i r o f T h e wh i T e wo r m, firsT e d i T i o N, frontispiece, advertisements,

modern morocco, gilt, original upper cover and spine bound-in, 8vo, 1911. £120 - £180

382. Warner (George, introduction) queeN ma ry’s psalTer miN i aT u r e s a N d dr aw iN G s, extra

illustrated with 2 photographs and with a manuscript explanation of these to the front free endpaper,

foxing, contemporary half morocco, folio, Trustees of the British Museum, 1912 £80 - £120

383. Macaulay (Thomas, Lord) Th e hi s T o ry o f eN G l a N d, 6 vol., edited by Charles Harding

Firth, plates and illustrations, original cloth, 1913-15; and 25 others, History, including

volumes of the Oxford History of England, 8vo & 4to (31) £100 - £150

384. ha r r o w me m o r i a l s o f T h e Gr e aT wa r, 6 vol., contemporary cloth backed boards with paper

labels, Harrow School, 1918- 1921 § Southey (Stanley) The Roll of Honour of the Empire’s Heroes,

foxed, original two tone cloth, faded, 1 of c.13 vol. produced for private circulation, [c.1920] §

Atkins (J. B.) Further Memorials of the Royal Yacht Squadron (1901-1938) dust-jacket, chipped

with loss, original cloth, marked, 1939, plus 17 other related vol., v.s. (25) £100 - £150

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385. James (Henry) Th e No v e l s a N d sT o r i e s, 35 vol., original blue cloth gilt, slight rubbing,

8vo, Macmillan, 1921/1923. £300 - £400

386. Bookman (The) sp e c i a l ch r i s T m a s 1923, light spotting, covers slightly browned, a

little worn, tears to spine foot and corner of upper cover, includes portfolio of plates by

Nora England illustrating Songs and Ballads of Robert Byurns (3 tipped-in coloured plates,

original wrappers), 1923; The Bookman Special Christmas 1924, light spotting, spine ends

a little chipped, extremities worn, with portfolio of plates by E. J. Detmond illustrating The

Arabian Nights (3 tipped-in coloured plates, original wrappers, edges a little faded), 1924;

along with 7 other editions, each with an illustrated portfolio, folio (18) £150 - £200

387. Plutarch Th e li v e s o f T h e No b l e Gr e c i a N s a N d ro m a N e s, 8 vol., limited edition

29/100, signed by the illustrator, contemporary black half levant morocco by Morley, 8vo,

The Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1928. £250 - £350

388. Kipling (Rudyard) [Th e wo r k s], 21 vol. only (?of 25), uniformly bound in red leather,

gilt, t.e.g., c.1930; and a small quantity of others, Literature, including 18 vol. (only) from an

edition of Thomas Hardy and 14 vol. (only) from an edition of Henry James, 8vo (sm.qty)

£100 - £150

389. Cazneaux (H.) and others. Th e se c o N d [sy d N e y ha r b o u r] br i d G e bo o k, illustrations,

original wrappers, 4to, Sydney, 1931 § Tomlinson (H.M.) R.M.S. “Queen Mary”, coloured

illustrations, original gilt paper wrappers, folio, [1934?] § The Story of R.M.S. Queen

Mary, illustrations, original pictorial wrappers, folio, [1936] § My Voyage in R.M.S.

Queen Elizabeth, illustrations, stationery loosely inserted at end, original boards, upper

cover slightly spotted, 4to, [c.1946] § QE2, illustrations, plans with transparent overlays,

original boards, wrapper, tall oblong folio, Transart Ltd., [1967?] § Potter (Neil) and Jack

Frost. Queen Elizabeth 2, signed by the ship’s master, 1970, plates, original boards, dust

jacket, 8vo, 1969 § S.S. Canberra. A consecutive set of daily menus, 19 Dec.1971-Jan.1,

1972 § Three brochures for Queen Mary 2, 2002; and other stationery, publicity material and

ephemera issued by BOAC, BEA, and other companies, (a quantity). £80 - £120

390. Lawrence (T.E.) se v e N pi l l a r s o f wi s d o m, frontispiece and plates, original cloth,

t.e.g., others uncut, slightly rubbed and marked, 4to, 1935. £40 - £60

391. Gray (Thomas) el e G y wr i T T e N iN a co u N T ry ch u r c h-ya r d, number 300 of 1500

copies signed by the illustrator, wood-engravings by Agnes Miller Parker, original silver

pictorial buckram, spine slightly faded, slip-case, edges uncut, 8vo, for Members of the

Limited Editions Club at the Raven Press, 1938. £100 - £150

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392. Churchill (Winston S.) Th e ri v e r wa r aN ac c o u N T o f T h e re c o N q u e s T o f T h e so u d a N,

dust-jacket, chipped with small loss, original cloth, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1933; The Second

World War, 6 vol., first editions, dust-jackets, original cloth, 1948-1954; The Unrelenting

Struggle, 1942; Secret Session Speeches, 1946, both dust-jackets, 8vo (9) £100 - £150

393. Scott (pe T e r, lT. cd r.) firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations, original cloth, dust-jacket, worn,

[1945] § Keble-Chatterton (E.) The Sea-Chatterton, firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations, original

cloth, slightly worn, [c. 1930]; and another, v.s.(3) £20 - £30

394. Churchill (Sir Winston S.) Th e se c o N d wo r l d wa r, 6 vol., firsT e d i T i o N, facsimile

presentation inscriptions from the author laid-down on endpaper, original cloth, 8vo, 1948-

54. £60 - £80

395. Shakespeare (William) Th e co m p l e T e wo r k s, 4 vol., original cloth-backed boards,

slightly rubbed, Nonesuch Press, 1953 § Fairbairn (James) Fairbairn’s Crests of the Families

of Great Britain and Ireland..., 2 vol., engraved titles and plates, some foxing, hinges broken/

pulling, original cloth, rebacked preserving original spine, rubbed and frayed, Edinburgh &

London, n.d.; and c.30 others, english literature and history, v.s. (c.35) £40 - £60

396. Poynder (Lieut.-Col. F.S.) Th e 9T h Gu r k h a ri f l e s, 2 vol., plates and maps, some

folding, ink ownership inscription of Roland Richardson to endpapers, vol.1 frontispiece

and 1 plate loose, foxing to vol.1, original cloth, damp-staining to vol.1, vol.2 spine ends

frayed, 4to, 1937-53. £120 - £180

*** A scarce title with an interesting provenance: Roland Richardson served in the Gurkha

Rifles from 1939-44, he has added his dates of service to the endpapers.

397. ma p co l l e c To r (Th e), issue 1 to issue 74, a complete run, 1977-96; and vol.1 no.2 to

vol.8 no.2 of Mercator’s World, 1996-2003, illustrations throughout, original wrappers, 4to

(1 box) £100 - £150

398. Johnson (Samuel) a di c T i o N a ry o f T h e eN G l i s h la N G u a G e, 2 vol., N u m b e r 497 o f 1000

s e T s, facsimile edition after the first edition, modern half speckled calf, red and green leather

lettering labels, marbled edges, slipcase, folio, The Folio Society, 2006 [1755] £150 - £200

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399. Barker (Clive) bo o k s o f bl o o d vo l u m e s i & ii, London & Sydney, 1984 § Lovecraft

(H.P.) The Haunter of the Dark, jacket spine a little creased at head, a little browned, 1950;

At the Mountains of Madness, 1966, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N s, original boards, dust-jackets,

near-fine overall (3) £100 - £150

400. Bellow (Saul) Th e vicTim, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, original cloth, spine faded, 1948;

The Adventures of Augie March, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, original cloth, slightly worn, 1954;

Herzog, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, original cloth, slightly worn, 1964 § Golding (William) Rites

of Passage, firsT e d i T i o N, ownership signature to front end-paper, original boards, dustjacket,

1980 § Masefield (John) Selected Poems, s i G N e d l i m i T e d e d i T i o N, original parchment,

slightly soiled, 1922 § Churchill (Winston Spencer) London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, new

impression, illustrations and map, original cloth, slightly soiled, 1900; and 22 others similar,

8vo. (28) £200 - £300

401. Betjeman (John) a fe w laT e ch y s a N T h e m u m s, i N s c r i b e d b y T h e a u T h o r To f r o N T

e N d pa p e r, original cloth, dust-jacket, soiled, 1955 § Cambridge. Clare College 1326-1926, 2

vol, numerous illustrations, original quarter black buckram over boards, worn at extremities,

Cambridge, 1928; and a quantity of others including some modern first editions, v.s. (qty)

£200 - £300

402. Christie (Agatha) po i r o T iN v e s T i G aT e s, firsT e d i T i o N, 14pp. advertisements, lacking

front endpaper, hinges cracked, original orange cloth, lettered and decorated in blue, spine

slightly discoloured, water stains to covers, small tears to spine ends, rubbed, preserved in

plastic jacket and cloth slip-case, 8vo, 1924. £100 - £150

403. Deighton (Len) Th e ipcress fi l e, firsT e d i T i o N, original boards, fore-edges very

lightly spotted, spine ends and corners a little bumped, dust-jacket, a little frayed at head,

short tear to foot of lower panel, but overall an excellent copy, 8vo, 1962. £150 - £200

404. Eliot (T.S.) ea s T co k e r, 950; The Dry Salvages, 1951; Little Gidding, 1952, firsT

e d i T i o N s, original printed wrappers, first with edges of covers lightly browned and extremities

slightly rubbed, spine starting to split, housed in solander box, 8vo £200 - £300

[se e il l u s T r aT i o N]

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405. First Chapter Series.- co e T Z e e (J.m.) Life and Times of Michael K., illustration by

Colbert Mashile, 2006; Disgrace, illustration by Jo Ratcliffe, 2006 § Middleton (Stanley)

Holiday, illustration by the author, 2007 § Gordimer (Nadine) The Conservationist,

illustration by Cyril Coetzee, 2007 § Unsworth (Barry) Sacred Hunger, woodcut by Ezequiel

Mabote, 2007 § Byatt (A.S.) Possession, loose in book illustration by David Royle, 2008 §

Rushdie (Salman) Midnight’s Children, illustration by Thomas Howard, 2012, a l l N u m b e r e d

a N d l i m i T e d To N u m b e r 81 o f 150 c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r s, i l l u s T r aT i o N s s i G N e d b y T h e

a rT i s T s where not mentioned otherwise, original cloth, paper labels, slipcases, sq.8vo. (7)

£250 - £350

406. Fleming (Ian) Th e spy wh o lo v e d me, corners and spine ends a little bumped, jacket

spine slightly darkened, a little chipped at spine ends and corners, light rubbing and surface

soiling, 1962; Thunderball, small patch of water-staining to head of first few pp., jacket

spine very slightly darkened, spine ends and corners a little chipped, a little creased at

extremities, 1961, firsT e d i T i o N s, original boards, dust-jackets, very good overall, 8vo (2)

£250 - £350

407. Fleming (Ian) oN he r ma J e s T y’s se c r e T se rv i c e, jacket a little creased at head, light

surface soiling and rubbed, still excellent, 1963; You Only Live Twice, a little cocked,

jacket price-clipped, spine slightly faded, a little rubbed and creased, still very good,

1964; The Man with the Golden Gun, a little cocked, jacket price-clipped, spine a little

darkened, a little rubbed at extremities, 1965; Octopussy and the Living Daylights, jacket

rubbed, otherwise excellent, 1966, firsT e d i T i o N s, original boards, dust-jackets, 8vo (4)

£250 - £350

408. Fleming (Ian) oN he r ma J e s T y’s se c r e T se rv i c e, jacket spine very slightly browned,

light surface soiling, 1963; The Man with the Golden Gun, jacket spine very slightly

browned, a little rubbed and creased at head, small patches of damp-staining to upper panel,

1965; Octopussy and the Living Daylights, jacket price-clipped, a little rubbed and creased

at head and foot, small brown spot to spine, light surface soiling, 1966, firsT e d i T i o N s,

original boards, dust-jackets, excellent overall; and 4 others, Fleming and bond, 8vo (7)

£200 - £300

409. Fleming (Ian) yo u oN ly li v e Tw i c e, firsT e d i T i o N, original boards, a little cocked,

dust-jacket, spine slightly browned, a little rubbed at spine ends and corners, very good

overall, 8vo, 1964. £60 - £80

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410. Fleming (Ian) Th e ma N wi T h Th e Go l d e N Gu N, firsT e d i T i o N, original boards, gilt,

original dust-jacket, slightly worn at extremities, price clipped, 1965 § Styron (William) The

Confessions of Nat Turner, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, original boards, dust-jacket, very slight

wear to edges, smalll tear to back panel at upper edge, 1968; Sophie’s Choice, firsT eN G l i s h

e d i T i o N, original boards, dust-jacket, 1979, 8vo. (3) £150 - £200

411. Francis (Dick) [Th e wo r k s, f r o m de a d ce rT To uN d e r or d e r s], 42 vol., firsT e d i T i o N s,

14 vol. s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r, original cloth or boards, dust-jackets, The Sport of Queens,

jackete a little creased and torn at head and foot; Dead Cert with ink ownership inscription

to endpaper, jacket spine a little browned, minor repairs and restorations to spine ends and

corners, light surface creasing to lower panel; 6 vol. with jacket spines faded, b u T o v e r a l l

a N e x c e l l e N T To N e a r-f i N e s e T, 8vo, 1957-2006. £1,000 - £1,500

412. Greene (Graham) Th e ma N wiThiN, firsT e d i T i o N, fore-edge a little spotted, original

cloth, slightly cocked, dust-jacket, spine slightly darkened and a little frayed at head, very

light surface soiling, but overall an excllent copy, 8vo, 1929. £1,500 - £2,000

*** The author’s first novel, published when he was only twenty-five.

413. Hall (Radclyffe) miss oG i lv y fi N d s he r s e l f, firsT e d i T i o N, minor spotting to

preliminary ff., light marking to last p., original cloth, slightly dulled at spine with touches

of fading to spine ends, but otherwise a bright, tight copy, dust-jacket, slightly mottled and

rubbed at spine with loss to head, worn at corner tips, 8vo, 1934. £80 - £120

*** “...a brief excursion into the realms of the fantastic,” a collection of five short stories

from the author The Well of Loneliness.

414. Heaney (Seamus) No rT h, firsT e d i T i o N, original cloth, dust-jacket, faded at spine and

margins, 8vo, 1975. £120 - £180

415. Hewitt (John) co m pa s s, creased and browned at head, a little rubbed at extremities,

Belfast, Privately Printed, 1944; Those Swans Remember, Belfast, 1956, firsT e d i T i o N s,

s i G N e d p r e s e N TaT i o N i N s c r i p T i o N s f r o m T h e a u T h o r to endpapers, original wrappers; and 10

others by the same, 8vo (12) £120 - £180

*** The mentioned items are scarce early works.

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416. Hines (Barry) a ke s T r a l f o r a kN av e, firsT e d i T i o N, b o o k p l aT e s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r

to title ink ownership inscription to endpaper, original boards, spine very slightly faded,

dust-jacket, spine slightly fade, tape mark to spine foot, a little creased at extremities, overall

very good, 8vo, 1968. £150 - £200

417. Hjortsberg (William) fa l l i N G aN G e l, first edition, inscribed on front free endpaper

from the author to Ridley & Sandy [Scott], one gathering pulled, dust-jacket, rubbed and

chipped, original cloth backed boards, 8vo, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York, 1978.

£100 - £150

***Given to the vendor by Ridley Scott’s secretary.

418. Horowitz (Anthony) sT o r m b r e a k e r, one of 750 copies signed by the author, slip-case,

wraparound, 2005 § [Handler (Daniel)], “Lemony Snicket”. A Series of Unfortunate Events,

13 vol., firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N s, illustrations by Brett Helquist, 1999-2006; and c.50 others,

children’s, 8vo (c.60) £100 - £150

419. Hughes (Ted) eclipse, one of 250 copies, s i G N e d p r e s e N TaT i o N iNscripTioN f r o m T h e

a u T h o r to title, original wrappers, light fading to spine, 8vo, Knotting, 1976. £80 - £120

420. Ishiguro (Kazuo) Ne v e r le T me Go, one of 1,000 copies signed by the author, slipcase,

light surface soiling, 2005; When we were Orphans, s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r, 2000 §

Pierre (D.B.C.) Vernon God Little, 2003 § Brown (Dan) The Da Vinci Code, 2003, firsT

e d i T i o N s, original boards, dust-jackets, fine; and 27 others, 8vo (31) £100 - £150

421. Joyce (James) po m e s pe N y e a c h, errata slip at end, original printed boards, small nick

to spine, lightly marked, [Slocum & Cahoon A24], 16mo, Paris, Shakespeare & Company,

1927. £150 - £200

*** An unusually good copy without the usual rebacking.

422. King (Stephen) Th e ey e s o f T h e dr a G o N, o N e o f 1,000 c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r,

illustrations by Kenneth R.Linkhauser, original cloth-backed boards, slip-case, large 8vo,

Bangor, ME, 1984. £200 - £300

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423. Larsson (Stieg) Th e Gi r l w iT h T h e dr a G o N TaT T o o , firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, 2008; The

Girl who Played with Fire, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, 2009; The Girl who Kicked the Hornet’s

Nest, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, 2009, original boards, dust-jacket, very good copies, the

bestselling sensation of the Millennium Trilogy, already the subject of two films. Larsson

tragically never lived to see the success of his work § James (P.D.) Innocent Blood, firsT

e d i T i o N, s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r to title, original boards, dust-jacket, fine copy, 1980 § Huxley

(Jane) Summer Night, Winter Moon, firsT e d i T i o N, s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r, original boards,

dust-jacket, fine copy, 2007 § Fuentes (Carlos) A Change of Skin, firsT am e r i c a N e d i T i o N,

f u l l pa G e iNscripTioN b y T h e a u T h o r To h a l f-T i T l e, original cloth, slightly faded, original

dust-jacket, slightly worn at extremities, small tear to head of spine, New York, 1968 § Clarke

(Susanna) Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, firsT e d i T i o N, s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r, illustrations,

original boards, dust-jacket, 2004; and a quantity of others similar, v.s. (c.90) £300 - £400

424. Lawrence (D.H.) la d y ch aT T e r l e y’s lo v e r, one of 500 copies, frontispiece, light

spotting, J.H.Plumb’s copy with ink ownership inscription to pastedown, original clothcovered

wrappers, cocked, rubbed, 8vo, Florence [but London], 1929 [but 1930].

£100 - £150

*** A posthumously printed pirate edition by Charles Lahr.

John H.Plumb (1911-2001), British historian and accademic.

425. Lawrence (D.H.) Th e sh i p o f de aT h, illustrations by Blair Hughes-Stanton, light

spotting, ink ownership inscription, spine a little frayed at head, 1933 § Gascoyne (David)

Poems 1937-42, plates by Graham Sutherland, spine a little bumped and faded, 1943 §

Hamilton (Iain) Embarkation for Cythera, s i G N e d p r e s e N TaT i o N iNscripTioN f r o m T h e a u T h o r,

dust-jacket, price-clipped, 1974, firsT e d i T i o N s, original boards or wrappers; and 4 others,

including Rampant Lions Press Vanity of Human Wishes, v.s. (7) £75 - £100

426. Lessing (Doris) Th e Gr a s s is si N G i N G, firsT e d i T i o N of the author’s first novel, spotting

to endpapers, original cloth, spine faded, dust-jacket, chipped with loss to spine ends and

foot of upper panel, 8vo, 1950. £100 - £150

427. Lowry (Malcolm) uN d e r T h e vo l c a N o, firsT e d i T i o N, original cloth, partly

faded at spine, dust-jacket, torn with loss to spine ends and fore-corners, 8vo, 1947.

£100 - £150

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428. Mallinson (Allan) a cl o s e ru N Th i N G, first edition, signed by author, dust-jacket,

original cloth, 1999 § Stewart (Paul & Chris Riddell) Muddle Earth, first edition, signed by

authors, dust-jacket, original cloth, 2003 § McGee (James) Ratcatcher, first edition, signed

by author, dust-jacket, original cloth, 2006, plus 20 other vol., signed by authors, 8vo (23)

£80 - £120

429. Mann (Francis Oscar) Th e de v i l iN a Nu N N e ry and other mediaeval tales, firsT

e d i T i o N, title printed in red & black with vignette within typographic border, inscribed from

the author on front free endpaper, original cloth decorated in red and lettered in gilt, a fine

copy, d u s T-J a c k e T, browned at spine slight loss to spine ends and corner tips, uncut, 8vo,

1914. £120 - £180

*** An interesting collection of supernatural and diabolical tales, scarce in the dust-jacket.

430. Maugham (W.Somerset) Th e ra Z o r’s ed G e, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, original blue

cloth, lettered in gilt, dust-jacket a little rubbed and soiled, spine faded, overall very good,

8vo, 1944. £150 - £200

431. McEwan (Ian) aT o N e m e N T, firsT e d i T i o N, s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r original boards, dustjacket,

2001; Saturday, limited edition signed by the author, original boards, slip-case, 2005,

fine; and 3 others by the same, 8vo (5) £60 - £80

432. Morpurgo (Michael) wa r ho r s e, firsT e d i T i o N, s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r on title, original

boards with £4.95 to lower cover, very slightly browned, spine ends and corners a little

bumped, still near-fine, 8vo, 1982. £600 - £800

*** First edition of the children’s story that has achieved worldwide renown through

adaptations on the stage and screen. Very scarce in such condition - the initial print run only

ran to a few hundred, and of those many were destined for libraries.

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433. Mottistone (Lord) my ho r s e wa r r i o r, firsT e d i T i o N, illustrations by Alfred Munnings,

biro ownership inscription to front free endpaper, original pictorial cloth, dust-jacket, torn

and repaired with loss, lightly soiled and browned, 8vo, 1934. £40 - £60

*** The actions of the author, General Jack Seely, were part of the inspiration for Michael

Morpurgo’s War Horse. The former had led what is probably the last great cavalry charge

in history at the Battle of Moreuil Wood, during WW1. The first edition is scarce in any

condition.

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434. Murdoch (Iris) Th e so v r e i G N T y o f Go o d ov e r oT h e r co N c e p T s, firsT e d i T i o N, s i G N e d

b y T h e a u T h o r on title, 2 a.l.s. f r o m T h e a u T h o r loosely inserted, original wrappers, a little

browned at spine, 8vo, Cambridge, 1967. £120 - £180

435. Nabokov (Vladimir) lo l i Ta, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, original boards, dust-jacket, small

scuff-mark to upper panel, a little rubbed and creased at extremities, still very good overall,

8vo, 1959. £100 - £150

436. [O’Brien (Flann)] ‘Myles Na Gcopaleen’ cr u i s k e e N law N , publishers slip lossely

inserted, original wrappers, upper joint repaired, Dublin, [1943]; The Dalkey Archive,

original boards, dust-jacket, 1964, firsT e d i T i o N s; and 6 others by the same, 8vo (8)

£120 - £180

437. Passos (John Dos) oN e ma N’s iNiTiaTioN - 1917, firsT e d i T i o N, original cloth, dustjacket,

minor browning to spine, but overall a very good copy, 8vo, Allen & Unwin Ltd.,

1920. £80 - £120

*** The first published novel by one of the key ‘Lost Generation’ authors. Based on his own

experiences during the First World War, the novel in part studies the transformative nature

of the trauma such conflict produces.

438. Pullman (Philip) Th e No rT h e r N li G h T s, s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r on title and on bookplate

to title verso, upper hinge just starting, corners and spine ends a little bumped, firsT issue

d u s T-J a c k e T with ‘Point’ on spine and ‘7-9 Pratt Street to lower flap, 1995; The Tiger in the

Well, 1991, firsT e d i T i o N s, original boards, dust-jackets, near-fine; and 3 others by the same,

8vo (5) £400 - £600

439. Sackville-West (Vita) Th e ed wa r d i a N s, firsT e d i T i o N, i N i T i a l l e d b y T h e a u T h o r on title,

occasional spotting, original cloth, darkened and soiled, 1930 § Nicholson (Harold) Jeanne

de Hénaut, firsT e d i T i o N, s i G N e d p r e s e N TaT i o N iNscripTioN f r o m T h e a u T h o r to title, original

wrappers, creased and browned at margins, 1924, 8vo (2) £80 - £120

440. Sansom (C.J.) di s s o l u T i o N, firsT e d i T i o N of the author, first book, original boards,

dust-jacket, publishers wrap-around, a fine copy, 8vo, 2003. £150 - £200

441. Shelley (Mary) fr a N k e N s T e i N: o r, T h e mo d e r N pr o m e T h e u s, o N e o f 500 c o p i e s

s i G N e d b y T h e i l l u s T r aTo r a N d sT e p h e N ki N G, illustrations by Berni Wrightson, original

cloth, blue gilt decorative upper cover, slip-case, a little rubbed, 8vo, New York, [1983].

£150 - £200

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442. Stapledon (Olaf) la s T a N d fi r s T me N, 1930; Last Men in London, 1932; Star Maker,

1937, firsT e d i T i o N s, occasional light spotting, original cloth, a little rubbed by very good

overall; and 3 others by the same, 8vo (6) £150 - £200

443. Stoppard (Tom) Tr av e s T i e s, firsT e d i T i o N, original boards, dust-jacket, a little rubbed,

otherwise near-fine, 8vo, 1975. £100 - £150

444. Temporary Culture.- Feeley (Gregory) ar a b i a N wi N e, N u m b e r v o f 10 s p e c i a l lyb

o u N d c o p i e s s i G N e d a N d i N s c r i b e d b y T h e a u T h o r, from an edition limited to 300,

contemporary calf, gilt, by Wes Baker, spine gilt, 2005 § Swanwick (Michael) What Can

Be Saved from the Wreckage? James Branch Cabell in the Twenty-First Century, with a

Preface by Barry Humphries, N u m b e r 12 o f 17 c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r s a N d w iT h a l e a f

s i G N e d b y ca b e l l, 2007; Hope-in-the-Mist: The Extraordinary Career and Mysterious Life

of Hope Mirrlees, N u m b e r 13 o f 25 c o p i e s s i G N e d b y T h e a u T h o r a N d w iT h a s i G N e d f o l d i N G

i l l u s T r aT i o N b y ch a r l e s ve s s, 2009, the last two from editions limited to 200 copies,

original cloth, all Upper Montclair, N.J., Temporary Culture; and 5 others, similar, 8vo (8)

£150 - £200

445. Wodehouse (P.G.) and Guy Bolton. br i N G o N T h e Gi r l s, ownership inscription to

endpaper, facsimile dust-jacket, 1954; French Leave, spine faded, 1955; A Gentleman of

Leisure, reprint, light spotting, spine a little rubbed and faded, [1924]; first two firsT e d i T i o N s,

original cloth or boards, [McIlvaine A75b; A78a; A13b4]; and 6 others, Wodehouse, 8vo

(9) £100 - £150

446. Woolf (Virginia) mr s. da l l o way, endpapers a little browned, spine a slightly

darkened, spine ends and corners a little bumped, 1925; The Years, spine slightly darkened,

rubbed at extremities, 1937; The Moment and Other Essays, corners and spine ends a little

bumped, dust-jacket, spine darkened, loss to spine ends and corners, rubbed and creased

at extremities, 1947, firsT e d i T i o N s, original cloth, [Kirkpatrick A9; A22; A29], 8vo (3)

£300 - £400

447. Wright (Peter) sp y c aT c h e r, original red boards, jacket priced at IR£14.95 and with

red banner to upper panel, Australia, printed in Dublin, 1987 § Dexter (Colin) The Wench

is Dead, 1989 § McCarthy (Cormac) No Country for Old Men, New York, 2005, firsT

e d i T i o N s, original boards, dust-jackets, fine; and 20 others, modern first editions, 8vo (23)

£100 - £150

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GODALMING

448. Wyndham (John) Th e day o f T h e Triffids, lacking dust-jacket, 1951 § Pasternak

(Boris) Doctor Zhivago, firsT eN G l i s h e d i T i o N, ink name on front free endpaper, jacket

chipped with minor loss and repairs to reverse, 1958 § Le Carré (John) The Looking-Glass

War, jacket price-clipped, sunned at spine, 1965 § Fleming (Ian) Octopussy and The Living

Daylights, jacket price-clipped, otherwise fine, 1966 § Ballard (J.G.) Hello America, 1981

§ Gardner (James) Licence Renewed, jacket price-clipped, 1981, firsT e d i T i o N s unless

otherwise specified, original boards, all but first dust-jackets; and 9 others, Modern First

Editions, 8vo (15) £200 - £300

449. Yeats (William Butler) oN T h e bo i l e r, original blue pictorial wrappers, a little rubbed

and browned at margins, Dublin, Cuala Press, [1939]; and c.35 others, Irish and children’s

literature, 8vo (c.35) £100 - £150

END OF SALE

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Lot 52

Lot 65

Lot 133 Lot 135

GODALMING


GODALMING

Lot 204

Lot 168

Lot 138

Lot 218

Lot 158

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Lot 277 Lot 279

Lot 299 Lot 307

Lot 308 Lot 372

GODALMING


GODALMING

Lot 379

Lot 404 Lot 432

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These Conditions of Sale and Business constitute the contract between Bloomsbury Auctions (the “Auctioneer”) and

the seller, on the one hand, and the buyer on the other. By bidding at the auction, you agree to be bound by these terms.

INFOrMATION FOr BUyErS

1. Introduction.The following informative notes are intended to

assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our

salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions

of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally

accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there

is anything you do not fully understand.

2. Agency. As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the

seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally

disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the

seller.

3. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what

sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot.

The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly

will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium

or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time

before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the

sale. They are in no sense definitive.

4. Buyer’s Premium. The Buyer agrees to pay a buyer’s premium

on the hammer price of each lot purchased. The buyer’s premium

is 22% (26.4% including VAT) of the hammer price on each lot

up to and including £300,000 plus 12% (14.4% including VAT) for

any amount in excess of £300,000. VAT at the prevailing rate of

20% is added to all of these premiums and additional charges

as defined below.

5. VAT. (*) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the

standard rate (presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as

being an element in the buyer’s premium. This imposition of VAT

is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the

European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme

or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the Uk. The

double symbol (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from

outside the European Union and the present position is that these

lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the gross lot price

(i.e. both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium). Lots which

appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT

is payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold

using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and it should be noted

that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as

input tax.

6. Descriptions and Conditions. Condition reports are provided on

our website or upon request. The absence of a report does not imply

that a lot is without imperfections. The detail in a report will reflect

the estimated value of the lot, and large numbers of such requests

received shortly before the sale may not receive a response to all

lots. Members of staff are not trained restorers or conservators

and, particularly for higher value lots, you should obtain an opinion

from such a professional. We recommend that you always view a lot

in person.We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent

on information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect

lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are

normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of lots

in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would

be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity

for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for

inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested.

Please note carefullythe exclusion of liability for the condition of

lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we,

as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In

particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to

be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the

goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be

liable for any defect which that examination ought to have revealed

to the auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the

buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified

circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate

forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week

time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our

Conditions of Sale).

7. Electrical goods.These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if

bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety

regulations by a qualified electrician first.

8. Export of goods. Buyers intending to export goods should

ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether

there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that

character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials

such as ivory. Ask us if you need help.

9. Bidding. Bidders may be required to register before the sale

commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on

the registration form. Some form of identification may be required

if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our

arrangements for telephone bidding.

10. Commission bidding. Commission bids may be left with the

auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding

buyers’ premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible

having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If

two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers

may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance

about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by

telephone or fax.

11. Methods of Payment.The following methods of payment are

acceptable.

Debit Card drawn on a Uk bank and registered to a Uk billing

address. There is no additional charge for puchases made with

these cards.

Bank transfer direct into our bank account, all transfers must state

the relevant sale number, lot number and your bid / paddle number.

If transferring from a foreign currency, the amount we receive

must be the total due in pounds sterling (after currency conversion

and the deduction of any bank charges). Our bank details can be

found on the front or your invoice or in the sale catalogue under

‘Important Notices’.

Sterling cash payments of up to £12,000 (subject to money

laundering regulations). All major Uk issued credit cards registered

to a Uk billing address with the exception of American Express and

Diners Club. A surcharge of 3% is payable on all payments made

by credit cards. Sterling personal cheques drawn on a Uk bank

account and made payable to ‘Bloomsbury Auctions’. It will be

necessary to allow at least six working days for the cheque to clear

before collecting your purchases.

12. Collection and storage. Please note what the Conditions of

Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods

are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the

buyer in paying storage charges.

13. Droit de suite royalty charges. From 1st January 2012 all Uk

art market professionals (which includes but is not limited to;

auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents and other intermediaries)

are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that

have been produced by qualifying artists each time a work is resold

during the artist’s lifetime and for a period up to 70 years

following the artists death. This payment is only calculated on


qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more

than the Uk sterling equivalent of EUrO 1,000 – the Uk sterling

equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates.

It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with

the precise EUrO to Uk Sterling exchange rate on the day of the

sale in this regard, and the auctioneer accepts no responsibility

whatsoever if the qualifying rate is different to the rate indicated.

All items in this catalogue that are marked with δ are potentially

qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the

hammer price achieved is more than the Uk sterling equivalent of

EUrO 1,000.The royalty charge will be added to all relevant buyers’

invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty

charges are passed on to the Design and Artists Copyright Society

(‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these

charges will be retained by the auctioneers.

The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which

achieve a hammer price of more than the Uk sterling equivalent

of EUrO 1,000, but less than the Uk sterling equivalent of EUrO

50,000 is 4%. For qualifying items that sell for more than the Uk

sterling equivalent of EUrO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges

will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold

levels, please see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this

royalty charge.

TErMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOr SELLErS

1. Interpretation. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer

to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an

agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment

and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract.

Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers.

2. Commission is charged to sellers at the following rates:- please

enquire at our salerooms.

3. Removal costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the saleroom

by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to

assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier

for haulage charges is solely your responsibility.

4. Loss and damage of goods.

(a) Loss and Damage Warranty - Bloomsbury Auctions is not

authorised by the FSA to provide insurance to its clients, and does

not do so. However Bloomsbury Auctions for its own protection,

assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower presale

estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liablilty,

Bloomsbury Auctions makes a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price

plus VAT, subject to a minmum charge of £1.50, or if unsold 1.5% of

our lower estimate. The liability assumed by Bloomsbury Auctions

shall be limited to the lower presale estimate or the hammer price

if the lot is sold.

(b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writng not

to take such action, the goods then remain entirely at the owners

risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or

they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 4 (a) is

inapplicable

5. Illustrations.The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we

consider that the Lot should be illustrated your permission will be

asked first. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be

the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue.

6. Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods will normally be

offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale

in accordance with clause 7. We may sell Lots below the reserve

provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you

would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you

specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10%

below the formal reserve.

7. Reserves.

(a) you are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot

consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may

be sold. reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer

goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably

high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and insurance

charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment).

(b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our

consent.

(c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf

and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances

bid personally.

8. Electrical items. These are subject to detailed statutory safety

controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept

responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods

not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be

accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your

being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as

refuse, at your expense.

9. Soft furnishings. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated

by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe

safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your

expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse,

at your expense.

The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject

to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977,

Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request

10. Descriptions. Please assist us with accurate information

as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There

is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern

consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies

with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have

approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed

to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the

buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the

Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds

of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds.

11. Unsold and withdrawn items. If an item is unsold it may with

your consent be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an

item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom

promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may

be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these

circumstances at a reasonable daily rate.

12. Withdrawn and bought in items. These are liable to incur a

charge of 15% commission, 1.5 % Loss and Damage Warranty and

any other costs incurred including but not limited to illustration

and restoration fees all of these charges being subject to VAT on

being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued.

13. Conditions of Sale. you agree that all goods will be sold on our

Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the

right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. you

undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all

losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result

of any breach of this undertaking. We will also, at our discretion,

and as far as practicable, confirm that an item consigned for sale

does not appear on the Art Loss register, which is administered by

an independent third party.

14. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain

premium and interest.

(a) you authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and

all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and

consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the


uyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest

earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement.

(b) you authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private

treaty not later than the close of business 48 hours after the day of

sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same

charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and

so far as appropriate these Terms apply.

15. Warehousing. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to

our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the

right to make minimum warehousing charge of £10 per lot per day.

Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove

them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within

three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges

from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them

to the local authority for disposal.

16. Settlement. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you

normally takes place within 28 days of the sale (by crossed cheque

to the seller) unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In

this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your

instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. you authorise

any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted

from the sale proceeds. you must note the liability to reimburse the

proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in

Condition 10 above. you should therefore bear this potential liability

in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of

28 days from the date of sale.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

Bloomsbury Auctions carries on business with bidders, buyers

and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection

with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other

terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein.

1. Definitions

In these Conditions:

(a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Bloomsbury Auctions or its

authorised auctioneer, as appropriate;

(b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention

of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or

source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as

being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the

sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had

been in accordance with the description;

(c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above

any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer;

(d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of

commission on which Bloomsbury Auctions accepts instructions

from sellers or their agents;

(e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the

lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable

and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under

these Conditions;

(f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being

the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate,

Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by

the seller in whatever capacity and however arising;

(g) “you”, “your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition

2.

(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

2. Bidding procedures and the Buyer

(a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding

and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the

auction room to view or bid;

(b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer

conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and

any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute

discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction

or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this

discretion.

(c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals.

(d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up

to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also

reserved.

3. Increments

Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion.

4. The purchase price

together with a premium thereon of 28.8% which shall include VAT

on the premium at the rate imposed by law. The buyer will also be

liable for any royalties payable under Droit de Suite as set out under

Information for Buyers.

5. Value Added Tax

Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all

items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax

is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date

of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer

to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT

position).

6. Payment

(1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will:

(a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and

(b) pay to us the total amount due or in such other way as is agreed

by us.

(2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any

sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard

to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied.

(3) Buyers who utilise the services of ATG Live Auctions or any

other live internet services are hereby informed that the payment

method details that are provided to ATG Live Auctions or any other

live internet services as part of the process of registration will, in

the absence of compliance with paragraph (1) of this clause, be

utilised by us to settle any amounts owing by such buyers to us.

7. Title and collection of purchases

(1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until

you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due.

(2) you shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that

you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days

following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any

cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for

any removal, storage and insurance charges.

(3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for.

(4) Bloomsbury Auctions is unable to arrange packaging or shipping

of items. Successful buyers must make these arrangements

independently, though the saleroom may be able to suggest

specialist shipping companies who can advise buyers, this advice

is not a recommendation and the saleroom is not liable for any

aspect of the packaging and shipping process. Please note that

the cost of packaging and shipping depends on the size/weight of

the item(s) purchased, insurance requirements, and the shipping

destination, not on the value of the item(s) purchased. Please note

that any items not collected within one week of the sale date may


e automatically removed to commercial storage and subject to a

storage charge.

8. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases

(1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance

with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these

Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall

at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights

we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following

rights and remedies:

(a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract;

(b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us

to you;

(c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you

shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount

due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs).

Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller;

(d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the

case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere;

e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the

total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3

working days after the sale;

(g) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total

amount due;

(h) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions

or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted;

(i) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future

becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount

due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of)

any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the

debt due is satisfied.

(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue

these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make

appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions

9. Third party liability

All members of the public on our premises are there at their own

risk and must note the layout of the accommodation and security

arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees

or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as

required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the

safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. Commission bids

Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the

auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a

particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected

and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed

clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the

auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any

failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable.Where two

or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve

the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made.

11. Warranty of title and availability

The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the

true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by

the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and

marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

12. Agency

The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any

responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

13. Terms of sale

The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations

of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment

as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot.

14. Descriptions and condition

(1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical

for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective

buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any

sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must

satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied

to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that,

inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship,

genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated

selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any

such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept

liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the

foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents

nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions

and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description,

condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby

excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition

concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in

paragraph 6 “information to buyers”.

(2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed

to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

15. Forgeries

Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to

be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you

within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition

as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it

from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement

of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the

Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you

for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the

catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and

experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to

transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights

under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition

is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these

Conditions of Sale.

General

16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to

our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person.

17. (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses

incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these

Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available

to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

(2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to

be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the

auctioneer who may themselves enforce them.

18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by

first class mail, email or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed

to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting.

19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of

particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must

be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the

commencement of the catalogue.

20. Any indulgence extended to bidders, buyers or sellers by us

notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the

Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time

only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other

respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force

and effect.

21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.


Bidding Slip

BIBLIOPHILE SALE

Wednesday 5th December 2012 Sale No. 36005

I authorise Bloomsbury Auctions, to bid on my behalf up to the

maximum price indicated plus the 22% plus VAT (26.4%)

Buyer’s Premium

To aid legibility please fill in your details in BLOCK CAPITALS.

Title Initials Surname

Address

City Postcode

Tel Fax

Mobile Email

Signed

Date

COMMISSION BIDDING SLIP

+ bids indicate willingness to go up one increment in case of a tie

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex. Premium & VAT +

Please send to:

Baverstock House, 93 High Street

Godalming, Surrey GU7 1AL

T +44 (0) 20 7495 9494 F +44 (0) 20 7495 9499

T +44 (0) 1483 423 567 (Godalming)

ctoderita@bloomsburyauctions.com

www.bloomsburyauctions.com

Please fax to:

+44 (0) 20 7495 9499

Whilst every care is taken in carrying out buyers’

instructions, neither Bloomsbury Auctions, nor their staff

can be held responsible for any errors made.

All successful bids are subject to a 22% plus VAT (26.4%)

of the hammer price up to £300,000, and 12% plus VAT

(14.40%) on the hammer price in excess of £300,000

Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful bidder,

by Debit Card drawn on a UK bank and registered to a UK

billing address. There is no additional charge for puchases

made with these cards, in cash up to £12,000 (subject to

relevant money laundering regulations), or by all major

UK issued credit cards registered to a UK billing address

with the exception of American Express and Diners Club.

A surcharge of 3% is payable on all payments made by

credit card. This surcharge does not apply to debit card

payments. Payment may also be made by Sterling personal

cheques drawn on a UK bank account but Bloomsbury

Auctions regrets that purchases paid for by this method

can not be collected until your cheque has cleared.

If you leave an odd bid, the Auctioneer will increase your

bid to the next highest figure.

Bids must be received the day before the sale, in certain

circumstances it may not be possible to execute bids

received on the day of the sale.

Your attention is drawn to our General Conditions of Sale,

available in the catalogue or in the saleroom.

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex. Premium & VAT +


IMPORTANT NOTICES

Please see Conditions of Business and Conditions of Sale in this catalogue

Description and Condition of Lots

Prospective buyers must satisfy themselves concerning the

condition of the goods and the matters matters referred to in the catalogue catalogue

description, in accordance with section 6 of the Conditions of Sale

and and Business. Solely Solely as a convenience, Bloomsbury Auctions may

provide condition reports. Many items are of an age age or nature nature

which precludes their their being in perfect condition and some

descriptions in the catalogue, or given by way of condition report report

(made either orally or or in in writing), writing), make reference reference to damage and/

or or restoration. restoration. We We provide provide this information for guidance only only and and

the absence absence of such a reference does not imply imply that an item item is

free from defects or or restoration, nor does a reference to particular

defects imply the absence absence of of any others.

Collation Collation of Books

If, on collation, any NAMED items in this this catalogue prove prove

defective, in text text or or illustration, the purchaser may reject the lot

provided he returns it within fourteen fourteen days days stating the defect

in in writing. This however will not apply in in the case of un-named

items, periodicals, autograph letters, manuscripts, music, maps,

atlases, prints or drawings, nor in respect of damage to bindings,

stains, foxing, marginal wormholes or other other defects not aff aff ecting

the completeness of the text, nor in respect of lack of list of plates,

inserted advertisements, cancels or or subsequently published

volumes, supplements, appendices or plates or error in the

enumerating of of the the plates, nor in respect of defects mentioned

in the catalogue or announced at at the time time of sale.

Storage Charges

Purchasers are advised that a storage charge charge of £1.00 per lot per

day may be levied on all purchases not cleared within fi ve working

days of the sale.

Commission Bids Bids

Bloomsbury will execute bids on your behalf if you are unable

to attend the sale. Commission or absentee absentee bids are accepted accepted

either directly at reception, or can be be sent by post, fax, email,

telephone telephone or or via via the the website: website: www.bloomsburyauctions.com.

www.bloomsburyauctions.com.

Bloomsbury Bloomsbury will add add these bids to the the auctioneers’ auctioneers’ sale book and

will undertake undertake to purchase purchase the lots on your behalf as cheaply as

allowed by other bids and reserves. reserves. Bloomsbury does not accept accept

liability for failing to to execute execute commission bids, or for any any errors

or omissions.

Shipping

Bloomsbury Auctions can accommodate shipping for certain

items, please contact our Shipping Shipping Department for for more

information. International Buyers are responsible for for all import/

export duties and and taxes. An invoice stating the actual actual purchase purchase

price price will accompany all international purchases.

Export Licences

A A licence from the Museums, Libraries & Archives Council will be

required before items of certain kinds may be exported from the

United Kingdom. Any item item containing ivory ivory will require a CITES

licence before it can can be exported from the EU. EU.

Payment Payment

Payment will be be accepted, if you are are a successful bidder, by Debit

Card Card drawn on a a UK bank and and registered to to a UK billing address.

There is no additional charge for for puchases puchases made with these cards,

in cash up to £12,000 (subject to relevant money laundering

regulations), by bank transfer direct into our bank account, Bank

Details: Natwest, 214 High Holborn, London London WC1V 7BX. Account

Name: Bloomsbury Bloomsbury Auctions Auctions Clients Limited. A/C: 26702975

Sort Code: 60-30-06 BIC: NWBK GB 2L IBAN: GB82 NWBK 6030

0626702975 or or by all major major UK issued credit cards registered registered to to

a UK billing billing address address with the exception exception of American Express and

Diners Club. A surcharge surcharge of 3% is payable on all payments made

Bloomsbury Auctions is a trading name of Greenfi eld Auctions Limited. Greenfi eld Auctions Limited is registered in England,

company number: 07546217, registered offi ce: 10A Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN4 8AS.

by credit card. This surcharge does not apply to debit card payments.

Payment may also be made by Sterling personal cheques drawn on a

UK bank account but Bloomsbury regrets that purchases paid for by

this method cannot be collected until your cheque has cleared.

Artist’s Resale Rights (“Droit de Suite”)

Lots marked with an delta symbol (δ) are subject to the Artist’s

Resale Right Law.The buyer agrees to pay Bloomsbury Auctions an

amount equal to the resale royalty and we will pay such amount to

the artist’s collecting agent. Resale royalty applies where the

Hammer price is 1,000 Euros or more and the amount cannot be

more than 12,500 Euros per lot.The amount is calculated as follows:

Royalty For the portion of the Hammer Price (in Euros)

4.00% up to 50,000

3.00% between 50,000.01 and 200,000

1.00% between 200,000.01 and 350,000

0.50% between 350,000.01 and 500,000

0.25% in excess of 500,000

Invoices will, as usual, be issued in Pounds Sterling. For the purposes

of calculating the resale royalty the Pounds Sterling/ Euro rate of

exchange will be the European Central Bank reference rate on the day

of the sale.

VAT

Zero-rated items such as books, unframed maps and albums are

not subject to VAT on the buyer’s premium. Eligible items such as

manuscripts, prints, photographs, drawings, framed maps, paintings,

pens and other objects are subject to VAT on the buyer’s premium as

part of the auctioneers margin scheme at a rate of 22%. This will be

invoiced at a rate inclusive of premium and VAT. Lots with an asterisk

(*) in the catalogue are subject to VAT on the hammer price as well as

the buyer’s premium. Lots marked with a double asterisk (**) have been

imported from outside the EU to be sold at auction, and therefore the

buyer must pay the import at a rate of 5% on the hammer and 22% on

the buyer’s premium.

Valuations

We undertake valuations for Probate and Insurance, fees being agreed

by prior arrangement. If items are subsequently consigned for sale, the

fees will be refunded.

Annual Catalogue Subscriptions UK Overseas

Full subscription (approx. 80 sales) £450 £600

All Visual Arts (approx 22. sales) £200 £300

19th Century and earlier Pictures & Prints (approx. 14 sales) £130 £200

Modern & Contemporary Prints (approx. 4 sales) £50 £80

Urban Contemporary (approx. 2 sales) £25 £40

Photographs (approx. 2 sales) £25 £40

Books, Manuscripts and Maps (approx. 20 sales) £200 £300

Antique Furniture: including Garden Statuary, Rugs & Textiles (approx. 10 sales) £120 £170

Jewellery, Silver & Watches: including Vintage Pens

and Luxury Accessories (approx. 8 sales) £90 £130

Asian Art: Ceramics & Works of Art (approx. 4 sales) £40 £55

Ceramics & Decorative Arts (approx 3. sales) £25 £40

Clocks & Scientifi c Instruments (approx. 4 sales) £35 £45

Fine Wine, Port & Champagne (approx. 6 sales) £20 £30

Medals and Militaria (approx. 3 sales) £25 £40

Transport: including Railwayana and other collectibles (approx. 3 sales) £25 £40

Opening hours: We are open Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5.30pm

Live Internet Bidding To register to bid live via the internet

or to follow the sale go to www.the-saleroom.com or www.

liveauctioneers.com. Bloomsbury Auctions does not accept liability

for any failure of these services.


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