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❦ Science, Natural History and Sport Lots 1-35

❦ Art & Architecture Lots 36-44

❦ Children’s and Illustrated Books Lots 45-56

❦ Continental Literature and History Lots 57-107

❦ English Literature and History Lots 108-199

❦ Modern First Editions Lots 200-208

❦ Travel & Topography Lots 209-242

❦ Foreign Maps and Prints Lots 243-315

❦ British Maps and Prints Lots 316-343

All lots are offered subject to the Conditions of Sale and Business printed in this catalogue, and reserves.

❦ Science, Natural History and Sport

1. Ashwekk (Samuel) A pr A c T i c A l Tr e AT i s e o n

pA rT u r i T i o n, firsT e d i T i o n, 13 engraved plates, little

foxing to plates, large stamp of the Royal Veterinary

College on title, name on fly-leaf, contemporary half

calf, rubbed, 8vo, Thomas Tegg, 1828. £200 - £300

2. [Calmette (Françoise de la)] ri v e r i u s re f o r M AT u s, o r

T h e Mo d e r n ri v e r i u s; c o n TA i n i n g T h e Mo d e r n pr A c T i c e

o f ph y s i c K... T r A n s l AT e d f r o M T h e Th i r d ed i T i o n in

lAT i n, firsT e d i T i o n in en g l i s h, 2pp. advertisments at

end, name on title and at head of text, note on title,

some spotting, contemporary panelled calf, rubbed, R.

Wellington, 1706 § Townsend (Joseph) The Physicians’

Vade Mecum, third edition, 1 p. advertisments at

end, early notes on 3 blank ff. at end, contemporary

tree-calf, rubbed, rebacked, T. Cox, 1795, 8vo (2)

£200 - £300

Lot 3

Me d i c i n e

3. Chapman (Edmund) A Tr e AT i s e o n T h e iM p r o v e M e n T

o f Midwifery, second edition, 6 pp. advertisments at

end, 2 engraved plates, some staining, name at head

of title, 2 stamps on title and bookplate of Norwich &

Norfolk United Medical Book Society, contemporary

calf, gilt rules, John Brindley (and others), 1735 § Clarke

(Charles Mansfield) Observations on those Diseases

of Females which are Attended by Discharges, 2 vol.,

second edition, 14 plates, some folding, inscription on

fly-leaf on fly-leaf, contemporary tree-calf, gilt rules on

spine, rubbed, vol. 1 front hinge partly cracked, covers

scuffed, Longman, &c., 1821, 8vo (2) £400 - £600

4. Cheyne (George) Th e en g l i s h MA l A d y: o r, A

Tr e AT i s e o f ne rv o u s di s e A s e s o f Al l Ki n d s, 3 parts

in 1, second edition, contemporary calf, skilfully

rebacked, spine gilt, corners bumped, a little rubbed,

[G&M 4840; Norman 471], 8vo, London and Bath, for

G. Strahan and J. Leake, 1734. £300 - £400

*** ‘...refers to depression, the causes of which Cheyne

lists as moist air, the variable English climate, too much

meat and alcohol, sedentary habits and overcrowding.’

Norman Catalogue.

5. Cullen (William) fi r s T li n e s o f T h e pr A c T i c e o f

ph y s i c, 4 vol., mixed edition, vol. 1 and 2 second edition,

vol 3 and 4 later, vol. 3 with extensive contemporary

medical annotations, library plates to pastedowns,

original publishers boards, rebacked, uncut, 8vo,

Edinburgh and London, v.p., 1778. £300 - £400

6. Cullen (William) Th e edin b u r g h prAcT i c e o f

ph y s i c A n d surg e ry; p r e c e d e d b y A n AbsT r A c T o f

T h e The o ry o f Med i c i n e, A n d T h e nos o l o g y o f dr.

cu l l e n, 4 folding engraved plates, upper margin of title

trimmed, date removed at foot, occasional spotting,

contemporary half calf, spine gilt, rubbed, rebacked, G.

Kearsley, 1800 § Walsh (J.H.) A Manual of Domestic

Medicine and Surgery, wood engraved plates, lacks the

colour plates, little spotting, contemporary half calf,

Routledge, 1858, 8vo (2) £120 - £180




7. Culpeper (Nicholas) A di r e c To ry f o r Mi d w i v e s,

lacks the plates, inner margin of title stuck to fly-leaf,

contemporary speckled calf, rubbed, rebacked, For T.

Norris (and others), 1724 § Mauriceau (Francis) The

Diseases of Women with Child...Translated by Hugh

Chamberlen, sixth edition, nine engraved plates, 5

folding, some small tears, early notes on fly-leaves,

contemporary calf, rubbed, rebacked, For A. Bell,

1718, 8vo (2); sold not subject to return. £250 - £350

8. Dewar (Henry) ob s e rvAT i o n s o n diA r r h o e A A n d

dy s e n T e ry, A s T h o s e dis e A s e s Ap p e A r e d in T h e briTish

Ar M y d u r i n g T h e cA M pA i g n in egy p T in 1801, stamps

on title and fly-leaf, erased name at head of title,

contemporary calf-backed boards, scuffed and soiled,

8vo, Murray, 1803. £250 - £350

*** Provenance: African Mission, Cork; Dromantine

Seminary Library (stamps).

9. Drake (R.) An essAy o n T h e nAT u r e A n d MA n n e r o f

Tr e AT i n g T h e go u T, title and N5 pasted to endpapers

at inner margins, title damp-stained, modern clothbacked

boards, new endpapers, for the Author in York

Buildings, 1758 § Robinson (Nicholas) An Essay on

the Gout and all Gouty Affections, second edition, exlibrary

stamp to title, title and N1 pasted to endpaper,

M2-7 detached, A2-7 becoming loose, modern half

cloth, new endpapers, for J.Fuller, [?1756], 8vo (2)

£150 - £200

*** Both are scarce: ESTC lists 1 copy of the first in

the UK (Edinburgh University Library) and 2 known

copies of the second (BL and McGill University). The

first contains an essay ‘On the Virtues of Wine’.

10. Goulard (Thomas) re M A r K s A n d prAcT i c A l

ob s e rvAT i o n s o n ven e r e A l coM p l A i n T s A n d dis o r d e r s

o f T h e ureT h A, first English edition, spotting, name

on fly-leaf, book-plate, crossed-out name and stamp

on title, contemporary half calf, rubbed, rebacked,

P.Elmsly, 1772. £100 - £150

*** Provenance:: Henry Gore Clough (bookplate and

name); Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (stamp).

11. Graham (Thomas J.) A Tr e AT i s e o n in d i g e s T i o n,

fourth edition, litle marking, 1838 § Abernethy (John)

Surgical Observations on the Constitutional Origin and

Treatment of Local Diseases, eighth edition, half-title,

a1&2 misbound at end, 1826, original boards, rebacked

with paper, 8vo (2) £100 - £150


Lot 12

12. Hunter (John) A Tr e AT i s e o n T h e ve n e r e A l

diseAse, firsT e d i T i o n, 7 engraved plates, tissue guards,

little spotting, name on title and front paste-down, front

free endpaper loose, contemporary tree calf, rubbed,

rebacked, 4to, 1786. £700 - £900

*** Provenance: ? James Gregory (1753-1821), doctor,

Professor of Physic at Edinburgh. (name ‘J. Gregory’).

13. Joubert (Laurent) er r e u r s pop u l A i r e s e T pro p o s

vu l g A i r e s, T o u c h A n T l A Med e c i n e e T l e reg iM e d e

sA n T e, part 1, only, of 2, , second edition, lacks last

f., last 3 ff. stained, margins torn and frayed, worm

hole at end, little spotting and marking, name on title,

contemporary limp vellum, stained and marked, hinge

cracked, [Adams J382], 8vo, Bordeaux, S. Millanges,

1579. £250 - £350

14. Maw, Son & Thompson. bo o K o f il l u s T r AT i o n s

To MAw , so n & Th o M p s o n’s Qu A rT e r ly pr i c e-cu r r e n T.

su r g e o n s’ in s T r u M e n T s, e T c., illustrations throughout,

name on fly-leaf, original cloth, rubbed, 4to, 1891

§ Burroughs, Wellcome and Co., Price List of Fine

Products, illustrations, original blind-stamped cloth,

8vo, 1903 (2) £100 - £150

15. Morley (John) Th e Tw e n T y-firsT ed i T i o n, r e v i s e d,

o f A n essAy, o n T h e nAT u r e A n d cu r e o f sc r o p h u l o u s

di s o r d e r s, c o M M o n ly c A l l e d T h e Ki n g’s ev i l,

hand-coloured engraved frontispiece, fore-edge of

frontispiece trimmed, name, also trimmed, at head of

title, little marked, modern calf-backed marbled boards,

8vo, James Buckland, 1782. £150 - £200

*** First published in 1760; ESTC cites only 3 copies

of this edition.

16. New Sydenham Society (The).- Donders (F.C.)

on T h e Ano M o l i e s o f Acc o M o d AT i o n A n d ref r A c T i o n

o f T h e eye, 1864 § Küchenmeister (Dr. Frederich)

On Animal and Vegetable Parasites on the Human

Body, 2 vol, 1857 § Bretonneau, Guersant, Trousseau,

Bouchut, Empis and Daviot, Memoirs on Diphtheria,

1859 § Tröltsch (Prof. von) The Surgical Diseases of

the Ear, 1874 § Griesinger (W.) Mental Pathology and

Therapeutics, 1867; and several others similar, original

cloth, worn and rubbed with some loss, library stamps

and bookplates, 8vo (26) £150 - £200

17. New Sydenham Society (The).- Trousseau

(A.) le c T u r e s o n cl i n i c A l Me d i c i n e, translated by

P.Victor Bazire, 5 vol, original cloth, worn, library

stamps to endpapers and some titles, 1868-1872 §

Billroth (Dr.Theodor) Lectures on Surgical Pathology

and Therapeutics, 2 vol, original cloth, worn, library

stamps and bookplates, 1877-78 § Clinical Lectures

on Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, original cloth,

worn, library stamps and bookplate, 1877, 8vo (8)

£100 - £150

18. New Sydenham Society (The).- (Acland, Dr.) A

Tr e AT i s e o n T h e diA g n o s i s A n d Tre AT M e n T o f dis e A s e s

o f T h e che s T, 1882 § Churchill (Fleetwood, editor),

Puerperal Fever and other diseases peculiar to women,

1899 § Koch (Dr. Robert) Investigations into the

Etiology of Traumatic Infective Diseases, 1880 § Diday

(P.) A Treatise on Syphilis in New-Born Children, 1859

§ Frerichs (Dr. Fried. Theod.) A Clinical Treatise on

Diseases of the Liver, 2 vol, 1860 § Hebra (Ferdinand)

On Diseases of the Skin including the Exanthemata,

5 vol, 1866-80, original cloth, worn, most with

library stamps and/or library bookplates, 8vo (14)

£150 - £200

19. New Sydenham Society (The).- Hirsch (Dr.

August) hA n d b o o K o f ge o g r A p h i c A l A n d hi s T o r i c A l

pAT h o l o g y, 3 vol, translated from the second German

edition, 1883-1886 § Cohnheim (Julius) Lectures on

General Pathology, 3 vol, translated from the second

German edition, 1889-1890 § Rindfleisch (Dr. Eduard)

A Manual of Pathological Histology, 2 vol, translated

by E.Buchanan Baxter, 1872-1873 § Casper (Johann

Ludwig) A Handbook of the Practice of Forensic

Medicine, 4 vol, 1865, original cloth, mostly worn

and rubbed some with loss, some volumes with library

stamps and bookplates, 8vo (12) £150 - £200

20. Nightingale (Florence) no T e s o n nu r s i n g, firsT

e d i T i o n, issue with ‘The right of Translation is reserved’

and with yellow endpapers dated 1860, hinges pulled

with split endpapers, original cloth, spine a little frayed,

[GM 1612], 8vo, [1859/60]. £200 - £300

21. Paediatric Medicine.- A fu l l vi e w o f A l l di s e A s e s

in c i d e n T To ch i l d r e n, firsT e d i T i o n, half title, some

spotting, stamps on title and half-title, contemporary

speckled calf, rubbed, rebacked, 8vo, A. Millar, 1742.

£150 - £200

*** Early anthology on children’s diseases.

Provenance: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland


Lot 22

22. Pomet (Pierre) A co M p l e AT his T o ry o f dru g g s,

firsT e d i T i o n, 2 vol. in 1, titles in red and black, 56

engraved plates, a few folding, modern calf, gilt, [Hunt

428; Wellcome IV, p.411], 4to, for R.Bonwicke, William

Freeman et al., 1712. £800 - £1,200




23. Pugh (Benjamin) A Tr e AT i s e o f Midwifery, firsT

e d i T i o n, 11 folding engraved plates, wormhole to lower

margin, little spotting, stamp on title, bookplate of Dr.

Angus Fraser’s Bequest, contemporary speckled calf,

gilt rules, rubbed, 8vo, J. Buckland, 1754. £400 - £600

24. Quincy (John) le x i c o n ph y s i c o-Me d i c u M: o r,

A ne w Me d i c i n A l di c T i o n A ry, fifth edition, textillustrations,

title tipped-in, little marking, name on

verso of title and bookplate of Thomas Colborne,

stamps on pastedown, title and at end of Bedford

General Infirmary Medical Library, contemporary calf,

rubbed, rebacked, repaired, T. Longman, 1736 § Hurst

(Arthur F., editor) Guy’s Hospital Reports, vol. 79,

illustrations, original cloth, gilt, 1929, 8vo (2)

£100 - £150


Lot 25

25. Robinson (Nicholas) A ne w Me T h o d o f Tr e AT i n g

co n s u M p T i o n s, 2 parts in 1, firsT e d i T i o n, title in red

and black, some staining, contemporary panelled calf,

rubbed, rebacked, For A Bettesworth (and others),

1727 § Regnault (J.B.) Observations on Pulmonary

Consumption, first edition in English, colour plate,

presentation inscription from the author on title, stasmp

of the Royal Institution, modern calf-backed marbled

boards, For the Author, 1802, 8vo (2) £200 - £300

Lot 26

26. Rutty (John) A Me T h o d i c A l sy n o p s i s o f Mi n e r A l

wAT e r s, firsT e d i T i o n, title in red and black, tables,

worming to lower margin at end, little spotting, modern

calf-backed boards, new endpapers, 4to, William

Johnston, 1767. £400 - £600

Lot 27

27. Smith (Hugh) Th e fA M i ly ph y s i c i A n, ninth edition,

? lacks half-title, pp. 8-33 interleaved with blank

sheets, some spotting, contemporary calf, gilt, rubbed,

joints cracked, 4to, For the Author, [1774] ; Formulae

Medicamentorum: or, a Compendium of the Modern

Practice of Physic, firsT e d i T i o n, stamp on title, modern

boards, uncut, 8vo, W. Johnstone, 1772 (2) £500 - £700

*** ESTC cites only 3 copies of the first, all in North


28. Tissot (Samuel Auguste, Dr.) Ad v i c e To T h e pe o p l e

in ge n e r A l, w iT h re g A r d s To T h e i r he A lT h, translated by

J. Kirkpatrick, fourth edition, bookplate to pastedown,

contemporary calf, a little rubbed, [cf. G&M 1597],

8vo, for T.Becket and P.A.De Hondt, 1771. £100 - £150

29. Wainewright (Jeremiah) A Me c h A n i c A l Ac c o u n T

o f T h e no n-nAT u r A l s, fifth edition, occasional light

damp-staining and browning, ownership inscription to

title, library stamp to 1A2, modern calf-back boards, for

John Clarke, 1737 § [Zwinger (Theodor)] Fasciculus

Dissertationum, title in red and black, 4 folding

engraved plates, offsetting, occasional spotting and

browning, ownership inscriptions and library stamps

to title, contemporary speckled calf, rebacked, rubbed

at extremities, Amsterdam, J.Schreuder, 1764, 8vo (2)

£150 - £200

30. Young (George) A Tr e AT i s e o n op i u M, firsT e d i T i o n,

advertisement f. at end, modern calf-backed boards,

new endpapers, [Hunter & McAlpine p.395-398], 8vo,

for A.Millar, 1753. £300 - £400

31. Gould (John) bi r d s o f new gu i n e A, vol. 1 only,

limited edition, facsimile reprint of the British Museum

copy, colour plates, original cloth, gilt, original card

packing case, Hill House, Melbourne, 1988 § Senanayake

(Laki) Drawings from the Royal Botanical Gardens

Peradeniya, 5 mounted images of trees, original jute

binding, titled on upper cover, presentation inscription

on foreword, Sri Lanka, 1982, folio (2) £200 - £300


31a. sM A l l M i x e d g r o u p o f b o TA n i c A l A n d n AT u r A l

h i s T o ry p l AT e s, including plates by or after Redoute,

Mennier, and others, woodcuts, engravings, some

hand-coloured, v.s., largest 270 x 190mm, some minor

surface dirt, 18th and 19th century (Qty.) £80 - £120

Lot 32

32. Miller (Philip) Th e gA r d e n e r s di c T i o n A ry, eighth

edition, engraved frontispiece and 19 plates, some

light spotting or staining, marginal worming, a few

marginal defects and repairs, notes on pruning trees in

contemporary hand on front free endpaper, bookplate

of George Banks, contemporary calf, rubbed, rebacked

preserving old gilt spine, new label, slight staining

to edge of lower board, folio, for the Author, 1768.

£200 - £300





Lot 32a

32a. Sport.- Chevallier Tayler (A.) Th e eM p i r e’s

cr i c K e T e r s, 8 parts only, with 40 plates, offset

lithographs, , each c.380 x 255mm, some small tears,

with accompanying biographical text by G.W.Beldam,

disbound but original printed wrappers preserved,

worn, [1905]. £750 - £1,000


33. -. Darwin (Bernard) Th e briTish go l f co u r s e s

o f T h e briTish is l e s, firsT e d i T i o n, half-title, colour

frontispiece and 63 plates by Harry Rountree, some

colour, captioned tissue guards, original cloth, gilt,

boards very slightly rubbed, [D&M 14410; Murdoch

181], small 4to, [1910]. £400 - £600

34. -. Darwin (Bernard) go l f be T w e e n Tw o wA r s,

firsT e d i T i o n, illustrations, original cloth, signature to

front end-paper, 1944; Every Idle Dream, firsT e d i T i o n,

illustrations, original cloth, dust-jacket, lacking front

endpaper, rubbed, 1948; Golfing By-Paths, firsT e d i T i o n,

illustrations, original cloth, slightly faded, dust-jacket,

chipped and slightly rubbed, 1946 § Seymour (Bert)

All About Golf, firsT e d i T i o n, illustrations, original

cloth, 1924 § Duncan (George) Golf for Women, firsT

e d i T i o n, illustrations, original decorated cloth, spine

faded, [1907] § Bradman (Don) Farewell to Cricket,

firsT e d i T i o n, illustrations, original cloth, rubbed, dustjacket,

chipped and rubbed, restored, 1950; 10 others

similar, v.s (16) £100 - £150

35. -. Walton (Izaak) and Charles Cotton. Th e

co M p l e T e An g l e r, 2 engraved portraits, facsimile title,

9 plates and 2 sheets of musical notation, all on india

paper and mounted, wood-engraved vignettes and

illustrations, bookplate of Henry Lang, contemporary

calf, rubbed, rebacked with gilt spine and preserving

old roan label, corners repaired, preserved in modern

slip-case, John Major, 1824 § Pryce-Tannatt (T.E.)

How to Dress Salmon Flies: A Handbook for Amateurs,

firsT e d i T i o n, 12 colour plates, illustrations, original

pictorial cloth, gilt, t.e.g., spine slightly browned and

worn at ends, 1914, 8vo (2) £200 - £300

Lot 36

36. Boussard (Jean) co n s T r u c T i o n s e T de c o r AT i o n s

p o u r JA r d i n s: Ki o s Q u e s - or A n g e r i e s - vo l i e r e s, halftitle

and letterpress title foxed, 50 engraved plates

(the first browned, the rest washed), loose as issued

in original cloth-backed board portfolio, ties, some

lacking, folio, Paris, Morel, 1881. £300 - £400

*** Designs for garden structures including pavilions,

pigeon and chicken coops, conservatories and follies.

37. Hunt (T.F.) de s i g n s f o r pA r s o n A g e ho u s e s, Al M s

ho u s e s, firsT e d i T i o n, lithograph half-title 21 lithograph

plates on india paper, advertisement leaf at end, some

foxing, damp-stain to lower corner, affecting plates

near beginning, uncut in original boards with printed

label on upper cover replicating half-title, spine worn

and defective, 4to, 1827. £120 - £180

38. Hunt (T.F.) hA l f A do z e n hi n T s o n pi c T u r e s Q u e

do e s T i c Ar c h i T e c T u r e, in A se r i e s o f de s i g n s f o r gAT e

lo d g e s, gA M e K e e p e r s’ co T TA g e s, A n d o T h e r ru r A l

re s i d e n c e s, third edition, 14 lithograph plates, foxing,

later green morocco-backed cloth with gilt-stamped

green morocco label to upper cover, 4to, 1841.

£100 - £150

❦ Art & Architecture

Ar c h i T e c T u r e

Lot 39

39. Lugar (Robert) pl A n s A n d vi e w s o f bu i l d i n g s, firsT

e d i T i o n, 32 plates (16 aquatints printed in sepia, the rest

line engravings), some foxing, 1811; b o u n d w iT h Dearn

(T.D.W.) sK e T c h e s in Ar c h i T e c T u r e; c o n s i s T i n g o f

or i g i n A l de s i g n s f o r go T TA g e s A n d ru r A l dw e l l i n g s,

firsT e d i T i o n, 20 plates printed in sepia (15 aquatints,

5 line-ngravings), occasional spotting, 1807, modern

calf-backed cloth, edges rubbed and faded, extremities

slightly worn, 4to (2) £1,000 - £1,500





Lot 40

40. Malton (James) A co l l e c T i o n o f de s i g n s f o r

ru r A l re T r e AT s, A s vi l l A s. pr i n c i pA l ly in T h e go T h i c

A n d cA s T l e sT y l e s o f Ar c h i T e c T u r e, 34 fine aquatint

plates printed in sepia, lacking additional aquatint title,

some foxing and offsetting, bookplate of Joseph Neeld,

contemporary half calf over marbled boards, rebacked

preserving original gilt spine, recornered, 4to, [plates

watermarked 1808]. £750 - £1,000


41. Parker (Charles) vi l l A ru s T i c A, second edition,

32 lithograph plates (numbered XXXIII-LXIV), some

foxing, old cloth, spine worn and torn, covers stained,

4to, 1833. £300 - £400

*** One of three books; the plans, elevations and views

are based on sketches made by Parker during a long

stay in Italy.

Lot 42

42. Clark (John Heaviside) [A pr A c T i c A l il l u s T r AT i o n

o f gilpin’s dAy ...], r e p r e s e n T i n g T h e vA r i o u s e f f e c T s o n

lA n d s c A p e sc e n e ry f r o M M o r n i n g T i l l n i g h T, 26 plates

only (of 30), aquatints with hand-colouring, with ink

ruled border and grey wash surround to image area,

plates numbered in manuscript, each plate c.180 x

265mm, disbound, some damp-staining in margins,

surface dirt and handling creases, Edward Orme,

1811. £200 - £300

43. Coomaraswamy (Ananda) in d i A n dr Aw i n g s,

number 270 of 400 copies, addendum slip tipped in,

plates with captioned tissue guards, illustrations,

endpapers lightly foxed, original cloth-backed boards,

paper label to spine browned and slightly chipped, a

little rubbed and marked, corners bumped and worn,

4to, printed at the Essex House Press, Broad Campden,

for the India Society, 1910. £200 - £300

*** A second series Chiefly Rajput was published by

the press in 1912.

44. Coomaraswamy (Ananda) rA J p u T pA i n T i n g: Being

an Account of the Hindu Paintings of Rajasthan and the

Panjab Himalayas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth

Century..., 2 vol., one of 525 copies, tipped-in plates,

some colour, captioned tissue guards, illustrations,

occasional spotting, prospectus loosely inserted

(spotted), engraved bookplate of Grace Elvina Trillia

Marchioness Currzon of Kedleston on front pastedown

of vol.2, original buckram, gilt, uncut, slightly soiled

and marked, folio, 1916. £350 - £450

❦ Children’s And Illustrated Books

45. Blackburn (Henry) br e T o n fo l K, An Artistic

Tour in Brittany, firsT e d i T i o n, 2pp Al s b y rA n d o l p h

cA l d e c o T T laid in, illustrations by Caldecott, original

green cloth, slightly rubbed, bookplate of Eric Quayle,

4to, 1880. £100 - £150

Lot 46

46. Fraser (Claud Lovat) A g o o d A r c h i v e o f

c o M M e r c i A l M AT e r i A l A n d b o o K s, including a playbill

for a production of London Pride by Gladys Unger

& A.Neil Lyons at Wyndham’s Theatre, 470 x 180mm,

colour vignette and floral decorations by Fraser,

[c.1917]; Rhyme Sheet, second series, number 1 and

12, colour vignettes by Fraser, number 12 browned

and spotted and with small section missing from top

corner, [?c.1920]; and a small quantity of other material

illustrated by Fraser, including, personal business cards

and note paper and advertisement flyers, v.s. (Sm.Qty.)

£150 - £200

47. Greenaway (Kate) bi rT h d Ay bo o K f o r ch i l d r e n,

firsT e d i T i o n, ‘p u b l i s h e r’s c o p y’, stamped on title,

annotations, alternative title in pencil, illustrations,

original cloth, soiled, slightly shaken, [1880];

American advertising cards (x 7) various, illustrations

by Greenaway, 120 x 65mm.; 2 bookplates from Bryn

Mawr College Library illustrated by Kate Greenaway;

2 autograph albums cover images by Greenaway, one

with illustrations, both with inscriptions; 7 others

similar, v.s. (19) £300 - £400

Lot 48

48. Leneveux (Louise) le s pe T i T s hA b i TA n T s d e s

fl e u r s, 12 charming hand-coloured lithographed

plates, text foxed, some plates with marginal foxing or

spotting and foxing verso, contemporary cloth, spine

gilt, frayed at spine ends and corners, [Gumuchian

3739], Paris, Mme. Vve. Louis Janet, [c.1850] § Guérin

(Léon) Physiologie des Enfants, half-title, 6 tinted

lithographed plates, wood-engraved illustrations,

contemporary straight-grain half morocco, gilt, rubbed

at extremities, t.e.g., [Gumuchian 2864 ‘ouvrage

curieux et rare’], Paris, A la Librairie de l’Enfance et

de la Jeunesse, 1842, 8vo (2) £100 - £150

49. McKie (Helen Madeleine, 1889-1957) sTAy There

y o u d o g; do y o u d A r e To s u g g e s T?; Th e vi K i n g’s fu n e r A l,

pen and ink illustrations on paper, heightened with body

white, 2 with signatures, each with titles inscribed in

pencil on paper supports, and red pencil inscriptions on

reverse, v.s.; with a portrait of a French Foreign Legion

guard, chalk with watercolour wash, signed, lower

right; an original sudy for the poster ‘Thumbs up, Every

Time’, pencil and gouache, 55.5 x 75.5cm (21 3/4 x 29

3/4 in), with large tears, surface dirt and folds; with the

lithographic poster ‘Cameron Men, “The braw lads wi’ a

braw history”’, 650 x 500mm (25 1/2 x 19 3/4 in), and 2

printed book covers by McKie; also with 3 pen and ink,

and pencil portraits of Hudson, Lucas, adn Merdith, by

different hands, all unframed (11). £100 - £150





Lot 50

50. Pauquet (Hippolyte & Polidor) Mo d e s e T co s T u M e s

hi s T o r i Q u e s, half-title, title with hand-coloured woodengraved

vignette, 96 hand-coloured engraved plates,

tissue guards, original red decorated cloth, gilt, g.e.,

rebacked preserving old morocco gilt spine, rubbed,

preserved in modern cloth slip-case, [Colas 2293], 4to,

Paris, [1864]. £150 - £200

51. Potter (Beatrix) si s T e r An n e, firsT e d i T i o n, firsT

issue, (with frontispiece opposite p.7), 13 plates, very

small area of water-staining to lower corners (to varying

degrees), original pictorial cloth, gilt, spine faded,

spine ends and corners frayed, rubbed, Philadelphia,

[1932]; The Tale of Little Pig Robinson, firsT e d i T i o n,

colour plates, full-page black and white illustrations,

endpapers spotted, original pictorial cloth, gilt, spine

faded, [1930]; Pierre Lapin, half-title, colour plates,

original pictorial boards, a few small light stains to

upper cover, upper joint rubbed, [n.d.]; and 2 others,

Potter Bibliography, v.s. (5) £200 - £300

Lot 52

Lot 52

52. Potter (Beatrix) Th e TA l e o f pe T e r rA b b i T, one of

250 copies, 34 plates printed from the original blocks,

each loose in a captioned folder,with a separate essay

by Maurice Sendak in appreciation of Peter Rabbit,

all housed in original pictorial cloth drop-back box,

Kingston, N.Y., Battledore Ltd, 1995. £200 - £300

*** A charming production with new impressions from

the surviving original 34 blocks.

Lot 53

53. Scrap Albums.- Tw o n e AT ly p r e s e n T e d A l b u M s

o f 19T h c e n T u ry i n T e r e s T, with numerous portraits,

landscapes, historical and romantic scenes, extensive

manuscript text, dated letters, unsigned pencil drawings,

5 signed child head studies in pencil , initialled ‘F.M.’,

and with over 15 highly competent botanical studies,

one on full sheet, engravings, mezzotints, watercolour,

body colour and pencil drawings, variously trimmed

and pasted on album leaves, occasional light spotting

and surface dirt, uniformly bound in two volumes, red

morocco, gilt, worn, [c.1860-1890] (2). £400 - £600

54. -. 19T h c e n T u ry s c r A p A l b u M, numerous drawings,

watercolours, engravings and early photographs of

British and continental views, natural history and

dog sporting scenes, decorative, romantic and other

subjects, most mounted on album leaves, a few loosely

inserted, owner’s inscription dated 1864 on first leaf,

half-roan gilt over marbled boards, worn, 4to, mid 19th

century. £200 - £300

55. Spurr (Harry A.) A co c K n e y in Ar c A d i A, firsT

e d i T i o n, illustrations by John Hassall and Cecil Aldin,

original decorated cloth, slightly chipped with loss at

head and tail of spine, bookplate of Eric Quayle and

pencil note stating that this copy was given to Michael

Sadleir by Murray Hill, 1899 § Howard (Keble) Potted

Brains, firsT e d i T i o n, illustrations by John Hassall,

original decorated paper covers, slightly creased,

covered in clear plastic, slightly foxed throughout,

bookplate of Eric Quayle, [1910] § von Chamisso

(Adelbert) The Shadowless Man Peter Schlemihl,

firsT e d i T i o n, illustrations by Gordon Browne, original

decorated cloth, 1910, v.s. (3) £100 - £150

Lot 56

56. Walter Crane.- Shakespeare (William)

il l u s T r AT i o n s To shAKes p e A r e’s TeMpes T, 1893;

Illustrations to Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of

Verona, 1894, both o n e o f 650 c o p i e s, s i g n e d b y T h e

A rT i s T A n d p r i n T e r, each with 8 plates on tissue paper,

a few small marginal holes, foxed, both sets in original

cloth portfolios, gilt, upper joints split, but holding firm,

spine ends and corners frayed, folio (2) £150 - £200





❦ Continental Literature and History

Lot 57

57. Busti (Bernardinus de) MA r i A l e, lacks A1 and all

after 2r7, double column, 68 lines, Gothic letter, first

sig. loose, some worming, mostly marginal, marking

and staining, few early marginalia, contemporary

blind-stamped calf over wooden boards, worn, lacking

spine, covers damaged & calf partly missing, folio, n.p.,

n.d. [c. 1500]. £500 - £800

Lot 58

58. Chess.- Vida (Marcus Hieronymus, Archbishop

of Alba) de ArT e po e T i c A lib. iii. de bo M b y c e lib.

ii. de lu d o sc A c c h o r u M lib. i. hy M n i. bu c o l i c A,

firsT c o l l e c T e d e d i T i o n o f vi d A’s p o e T ry A n d T h e firsT

A u T h o r i s e d e d i T i o n o f h i s p o e M o n ch e s s, Th e dr.

ro b e rT bl A s s c o p y, cursive type, initial spaces with

guide-letters, L10 blank, lacking final blank O8, lower

margins lightly water-stained throughout to varying

dgrees, some (mostly light) foxing, some spotting,

attractive purple straight grain morocco, richly gilt,

by Dickenson of Cambridge, rubbed at extremities,

[Mortimer, Italian, 535; Not in Adams], small 4to,

[Rome], [Ludovico degli Arrighi], [May, 1527].

£2,800 - £3,200

*** A very good copy of a rare and important work in

the canon of Chess books and in the history of Italian

printing. It is printed in Arrighi’s last cursive type

acquired from Antonio Blado around 1530 and is T h e

l A s T p r o d u c T i o n s i g n e d b y Ar r i g h i. Vida’s poem De

Ludo Scacchorum describes in Virgilian Latin a game

of chess played between Apollo and Mercury in the

presence of the other Gods. Up until this point it had

only appeared in a pirated edition.

59. Andrea da Barberino. li b r o c h i A M AT o re A l i d i

fr A n z A, title within woodcut border, woodcut vignettes

and initials, some criblé, lacking prelims and I1&8,

some letters on numbers on title heightened in ink, C8

repair to lower corner, affecting a few letters, D1, E7,

L1, 5 & 8 with marginal repairs, loss to a few letters

on L8, Q4-R3 outer margin trimmed with loss, a few ff.

closely trimed at head, just affecting the odd running

title, lightly browned, occasional staining, modern limp

vellum, [Not in Adams; Censimento 16 CNCE 1692],

[Venice], [Lanzolo Raphael per Fracesco di Alexandro

Bindini...], 1532 § Paris, of Westminster. fl o r e s

h i s T o r i A r u M..., woodcut printer’s device on title and

verso of final leaf, some contemporary ink markings

and annotations, foxed, modern calf-backed marbled

boards, Frankfurt, Wechel, 1601. £200 - £300

*** The first is a rare little work on the kingdom of

France, with charming woodcut vignettes. Censimento

16 lists only 3 copies.

Lot 60

60. Chrysostom (John, Archbishop of Constantinople)

in sA n c T u M ie s u ch r i s T i evA n g e l i u M se c u n d u M

io A n n e M co M M e n TA r i i, woodcut initials, verso of final

f. with woodcut printer’s device, 16th and 17th century

ink ownership inscriptions to front free endpaper and

title, stained at head, smaller areas of water-staining

at foot, contemporary calf, c o v e r s w iT h A s TA g-h u n T i n g

s c e n e in blind, spine in compartments, lacking ties,

head of spine slightly chipped, corners worn to varying

degrees, lower cover with a few small holes and marks,

some creasing, [Not in Adams], 8vo, Antwerp, apud

Ioannem Steelsium, 1542. £350 - £450

*** An attractively bound copy of this work, which

collects together 87 exegetical sermons on John by this

Archbishop of Constantinople and Early Church Father

Lot 61

61, Creutzer (Peter) pl A n e T e n bü c h l i n. wie MA n

ei n e s Je d e n Me n s c h e n ArT, nAT u r ,u n d co M p l e x i o n,

n A c h d e M e r u n d e r e i n e M pl A n e T e n u n d ze i c h e n

ge b o r e n isT, e r K e n n e n s o l l, An f e n g l i c h s e i n s l e b e n s,

b i s A n s e n d, Gothic letter, title in red and black and with

a woodcut illustration, 32 woodcut vignettes within text,

woodcut initials and printer’s device to verso of final

f., foxed, E4 very small section of upper margin torn

away, not affecting text, sig.F water-stained at upper

corner, causing 2 small holes on F4, not affecting text,

a few short marginal tear, modern marbled wrappers,

[Houzeau & Lancaster 4839 (a 1548 edition); Not in

Adams], small 4to, [Frankfurt], Herman Gulfferich,

1549. £2,500 - £3,500

*** A rare astronomical / astrological work. We can

trace only the Honeyman copy of an edition of 1545 at

auction (Sotheby’s, 30th April/1st May, lot 778). The

charming vignettes depict the various labours associated

with each month, including the harvest.

Lot 62

62. Bembo (Pietro) le pro s e, title within woodcut

cartouche, woodcut historiated initials, head-pieces

and printer’s device to verso of final f., repair to title,

no loss of text, some light staining to first few ff.,

occasional light spotting, 18th century calf, gilt spine

in compartments and with a burgundy morocco label,

most gilt rubbed away, spine ends chipped, upper joint

split, corners worn, rubbed, [Adams B574; Censimento

16 CNCE 5053], Venice, Andrea Arrivabene, 1557; and

a defective 18th century Hebrew Bible in contemporary

black morocco, 12mo (2) £250 - £350




63. Chytraeus (David) de le c T i o n e hi s T o r i A r u M r e c T e

in s T i T u e n d r o n o l o g i A hi s T o r i A e he r o d o T i..., 2

vol., last f. of vol. 2 defective at head with loss to a

few words, last few ff. margins frayed, worming, mostly

marginal, browned & marked, modern marbled boards,

8vo, Wittemberg, Johannes Crato, 1563. £200 - £300


Lot 64

64. Altimarus (Donatus Antonius) oM n iA op e r A, title

with large woodcut printer’s device and contemporary

ink inscription, woodcut historiated and decorative

initials and head-pieces, occasional early ink

marginalia, ex-library copy with ink stamp to title and

margins of a few other ff., inner margins of first few

ff. strengthened, M2 short tear to upper margin, just

touching running title, but with no loss of text, 2f5 with

small section of lower corner torn away, not affecting

text, occasional water-staining, heavier towards end,

a few small stains within text, modern calf, earlier

leather label to spine, earlier cover panel laid down

on lower cover, [Adams A828], folio, Lyon, Guillaume

Rouille, 1565. £250 - £350

*** An attractively printed work, scarce at auction.

Lot 65

65. Tiraquellus (Andreas) co M M e n TA r i i d e no b i l i TAT e,

e T iu r e pr i M i g e n i o r u M, title within ornate woodcut

architectural border, woodcut portrait to verso of

title, woodcut historiated initials and head-pieces,

marginal worming, affecting a few letters on a number

of ff. (mostly side-notes), some water-staining, lightly

browned, later half vellum, corners worn, rubbed and

scuffed, [Not in Adams], Lyon, apud Guillaume Rouille,

1566. £250 - £350

*** André Tiraqueau’s legal works are of great

importance in the development of the French judicial

system. He was an active member of the Cénacle de

Fontenay-le-Comte, a salon of fellow lawyers, writers,

doctors, philosophers and historians, which included

François Rabelais, Guillaume Budé and Pierre Lamy

among its ranks. Rabelais’ Tiers Livre was greatly

influenced by Tiraqueau’s De Legibus.

Provenance: Avv. Giuseppe De’Giudici (booklabel to

upper margin of title).

Lot 66

66. Bodin (Jean) le s six li v r e s d e l A re p u b l i Q u e,

2 parts in 1, titles with woodcut printer’s device,

woodcut initials, first title with early ink inscription

noting title of second part, occasional water-staining,

mostly marginal, contemporary calf, richly gilt spine in

compartments, chipped at head and foot, small hole to

centre of 1 compartment, corners worn, rubbed, [Not

in Adams; cf. PMM 94; ‘Herpin’ Caillet 1277], Lyon

[Geneva], Gabriel Cartier, 1593. £300 - £400

*** Bodin’s classic on absolute sovereignty. In the

course of his discourse he adopts astrological and

numerical reasoning and uses Pythagoras and Thomas

More’s Utopia as points of reference.The second part

is Apologie de Rene Herpin pour la Republique de

I.Bodin; Herpin being Bodin himself.

Lot 67

67. Gryphius (Otto) vi r g i l i o c e n T o n e s co n T i n e n T e s

vi TA M sA lvAT o r i s no s T r i, do M i n i Je s u ch r i s T i, firsT

e d i T i o n, title with woodcut printer’s device within

an ornate woodcut historiated border, 37 woodcut

illustrations within text, verso of final f. with woodcut

printer’s device above colophon, title with small section

of upper corner torn away (just touching woodcut

border) and with an ink stain near foot, some light

spotting and a few small stains, lightly browned, new

endpapers, 19th century half morocco, rubbed, [Not in

Adams or Censimento 16], small 4to, [Regensburg],

[Andrea Burgero], 1593. £750 - £1,000

*** A rare and attractive life of Christ. We can trace

only 3 copies at auction since 1981. Gryphius was

Rector of the Regensburg Gymnasium.

Provenance: John Jebb, Bishop of Limerick; Geoffrey,

Lord Cross of Chelsea (bookplates).

Lot 68

68. Joinville (Jean, Sieur de) hisToire d e sA i n T

lo u i s...., title with small woodcut printer’s device,

with blanks *11&12 and O11&12, a few ff. with a few

mostly small worm traces to outer margin, just touching

part of a letter or 2 on E2 and F2, light water-staining

towards end, lightly browned, occasional light spotting,

contemporary calf, later red morocco label to spine,

spine ends chipped, lightly soiled, [Not in Adams],

12mo, Geneve, for Jacques Chouët, 1596. £350 - £450

*** Provenance: Gilbert Burnet, Lord Bishop of

Salisbury (engraved bookplate to verso of title); James

Smith of Jordanhill, Scottish antiquary and geologist

(engraved bookplate to front pastedown and his ink

inscription to verso of title).

Lot 69

69. Binding.- Coster (François) co n c i o n e s in

evA n g e l i A do M i n i c A l i A, vol.1 only, double column,

woodcut printer’s device to title, woodcut initials, some

foxing, attractive ornately blind-stamped pigskin over

wooden boards, metal clasps, spine in compartments,

covers with central borders depicting the saints, lightly

soiled, a few stains, Th e se f i K e. ATA b e y c o p y, with

bookplate, 4to, Cologne, sumptibus Antonii Hierati,

1608. £200 - £300





Lot 70

70. Macaronic Verse.- [Folengo (Theophilo)] op u s

Merlini co c A i i po e TA e MA n T u A n i MA c A r o n i c o r u M, title

with woodcut printer’s device, woodcut illustrations in

text and initials, colophon f., final blank present, some

browning, heavier to a few ff., occasional foxing or

spotting, attractive 17th century speckled calf, richly gilt

spine in compartments and with a red morocco label,

slightly rubbed, [Brunet II, 1318-1319], 12mo, Venice,

apud Nicolaum Bevilaquam, 1613. £150 - £200

*** A charming little book of macaronic verse. Brunet

suggests that although the title and colophon give the

place of publication as Venice it was probably printed

in Germany by Lazarus Zetzenus.

Lot 71

71. Meursius (Johannes) fo rT u n A ATTicA. si v e de

AT h e n A r u M or i g i n e, in c r e M e n To, MA g n i T u d i n e,

poTenTiA..., title with woodcut printer’s device and 2

?private library ink stamps, *3 upper margin with a

few small holes and a repair, some spotting or light

foxing, occasional water-staining, a few stains, loose in

contemporary limp boards, spine worn, lightly soiled, 4to,

Leiden, apud Godefridum Basson, 1622. £100 - £150

*** A scarce work on Greece by this Dutch classical

scholar and antiquary.

Lot 72

72. Ovidius Naso (Publius) le Me TA M o r f o s i, title with

woodcut printer’s device, ‘Argomento’ from each book

within woodcut cartouche, some water-staining, some

spotting, contemporary limp vellum, soiled, Venice,

Gio. Antonio Giuliani, 1625. £100 - £150

Lot 73

73. Alsted (Johann Heinrich) di AT r i b e d e Mi l l e An n i s

Ap o c A ly p T i c i s, firsT e d i T i o n, folding letter-press table,

title with smudged ink signature, occasional browning

and foxing, contemporary limp vellum, Frankfurt,

sumptibus Conradi Eifridi, 1627. £200 - £300

*** A scarce little work on Millenarianism; the belief that

great societal change will occur on a 1000-year cycle.

Alsted’s theory was widely accepted by many scholars of

the time, including Henry More and John Milton.

Lot 74

74. Orthodox Church.- [Me n A i o n], Church Slavonic,

title lacking , first and last 2 ff. from another edition,

printed in red and black, woodcut ornament at head of

text, half-a-dozen ff. at start and 3 at end with major

restoration, mostly marginal, some other repairs,

marking and staining, contemporary calf over wooden

boards, covers elaborately blind tooled, covers with

concentric rolls and central ornaments, rubbed,

small holes in covers, rebacked, clasps missing, folio,

[Moscow, 1644]; sold not subject to return.

£1,200 - £1,800


75. Descartes (René) le s pr i n c i p e s d e l A ph i l o s o p h i e,

es c r i T s e n lAT i n...e T Tr A d u i T s e n fr A n ç o i s pA r u n d e

s e s AM i s, third edition in French, title with woodcut

printer’s device, engraved additional pictorial title

(bound in at end at start of plates) and 20 plates, title

lightly creased at outer margin, a few ff. with small

water-stains at head, a few finger-marks to plates, but

generally crisp and clean, contemporary mottled calf,

richly gilt spine in compartments, spine ends chipped,

rubbed, [Guibert p.122], a good copy, 4to, Paris, Henry

le Gras and Edme Pepingue, 1651. £250 - £350

76. Aubery (Antoine) Mé M o i r e s p o u r l’hisToire

d u cA r d i n A l du c d e ri c h e l i e u, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o n,

titles in red and black with large engraved arms,

repair to lower margin of vol I title, and to fly-leaves,

staining throughout, bookplates, name on fly-leaves,

contemporary mottled calf, spines elaborately gilt, red

morocco spine labels, rubbed, spines repaired at head

and foot, joints cracked, marbled edges, folio, Paris,

Antoine Bartier, 1660. £150 - £200

Provenance: Sir Thomas Seabright (bookplates); Frank

Barlow (bookplates and names).

Lot 77

77. Descartes (René) le s Med i TAT i o n MeTA p h y s i Q u e s,

second edition, some biro marginalia (including

title), small section of upper corner of title torn away,

browned, occasional water-staining, contemporary

mottled calf, richly gilt spine in compartments, corners

worn, rubbed, bookplate ‘ex libris Benigni Guisain...’

to title, 4to, Paris, Henry Le Gras, 1661. £300 - £400





Lot 78

78. False Elzevier Imprint.- Noris (Enrico) hisToriA

pe l A g i A n A & de sy n o d o v.oe c u M e n i c A, second

edition, title in red and black, browned and foxed, new

endpapers, 19th centry brown morocco, rebacked,

preserving original gilt backstrip in compartments,

water-stained, folio, Amsterdam [?Padua], apud

Danielem Elzevirium, 1677. £200 - £300

*** A scarce edition of this work on the ascetic Pelagius,

declared a heretic by the Council of Carthage.

Provenance: St. Augustine’s College Library

(presentation label from ‘Rev. Martin Joseph Routh...

Pres. Mag. Coll. Oxon, 1848’ to front pastedown and

college’s own bookplate to verso of title);

Lot 79

79. Low Countries.- Alting (Menso) de s c r i p T i o,

s e c u n d u M A n T i Q u o s, Ag r i bAT Av i & frisii, 2 parts

in 2 vol., o n ly e d i T i o n, l A r g e pA p e r c o p y, engraved

additional pictorial title by Goeree, titles in red and

black, 15 double-page engraved maps (6 in part 1, 9 in

part 2) by Luyken, Goeree and de Broen (but unsigned),

3 engraved plates (one a table), letterpress double-page

genealogical table in part 2, engraved illustrations in

part 1, some lightspotting to text, some maps with light

browning at edges but generally very clean, engraved

bookplate of E.F.Langdale of Hampton Court on front

pastedowns, contemporary vellum ruled in gilt with

crowns as cornerpieces, rubbed and soiled, lacking

spines, folio, Amsterdam, H.Wetsten, 1697-1701.

£400 - £600

*** Description of the Low Countries with part 1

concerning antiquity and part 2 mediaeval times.

A pencil note on front pastedown reads, “Sunderland

Library Sale Lot 238. Large Paper. Brilliant proof

impressions of the maps & vignettes...Very fine copy...”

Lot 80

80. Psalms in Ge’ez.- [ps A l M s o f dAv i d], title in red

and black, title and some other ff. frayed, water-stained,

some foxing or spotting, later cloth-backed wrappers,

frayed and rubbed, 4to, [Frankfurt], [apud J.D. Zunner

et H.W. Helwig], [?1701]. £200 - £300

*** Printed entirely in Ge’ez from the 1701 edition of

a Psalter in Latin and Ethiopic produced by Job Ludolf

and J.H. Michaelis . This was based on the first book

printed in Ge’ez type, published in Rome in 1513,

and the 1518 Polyglot, both of which were edited by

Johann Potken.

Lot 81

81. Dictys Cretensis and Dares Phrygius. de be l l o e T

ex c i d i o Tr o J A e..., engraved frontispiece and additional

pictorial title, title in red and black, engraved headpieces

and 6 plates, bookplate of Sir William Forbes

of Pitsligo, a very good copy in contemporary blindstamped

vellum, lightly soiled, upper cover a little

warped, 4to, Amsterdam, G.Gallet, 1702. £150 - £200

Lot 82

82. Malebranche (Nicolas) Tr A i T é d e l’AM o u r d e

di e u, e n Qu e l se n s il do i T eT r e dé s i n T é r e s s é, 2 parts

in 1 vol., title with woodcut ornament, woodcut headpieces

and initials, title lightly foxed, occasional light

spotting, later polished calf, gilt, Th e si g n e T li b r A ry

c o p y, with gilt arms to covers, a very good copy, 8vo,

Lyon, Leonard Plaignard, 1707. £120 - £180

Lot 83

83. Strabo. re r u M ge o g r A p h i c A r u M l i b r i xvii, 2 vol.,

Greek and Latin text, half-titles, additional engraved

title, title in red and balck with engraved vignette,

errata leaf at end of vol.2, contemporary blind-stamped

vellum, some joints cracking, folio, Amsterdam,

J.Wolters, 1707. £400 - £600

Lot 84

84. Verona.- Maffei (Francesco Scipione) ve r o n A

il l u s T r ATA, 4 parts in 1 vol., firsT e d i T i o n, lacking

half-title, each part with title in red and black with

engraved vignette, engraved head- and tail-pieces and

some initials, numerous engraved illustrations in text

including Tiepolo’s busts by Zucchi, with an additional

large folding engraved plate by Zucchi entitled ‘Il

Nuovo Teatro dell’Accademia Filarmonica di Verona’

incorporating 4 images (plan, views etc.) bound in part

3, a very clean copy, bookplate of Ingestre Hall on front

pastedown, contemporary calf, spine gilt, joints split,

rather worn, folio, Verona, J.Vallarsi & P.Berno, 1732-

31-32-31. £1,000 - £1,500

*** Important work on the city of Verona, with parts

on the history, literature, arts & monuments, and

amphitheatres respectively. Part 4 comprises Maffei’s

treatise De gli anfiteatri which was first published

separately, in Verona in 1728.





Lot 85

85. Basset. Ab r e g é d e l’hisToire d e s eM p e r e u r s

d’oc c i d e n T, engraved title and 18 sheets with portaits

and text within ornamental borders, upper margins

water-stained, some spotting, contemporary marbled

wrappers, spine and corners worn, some creasing and

fading, folio, Paris, [c,1750]. £200 - £300

86. Maupertuis (Pierre Louis Moreau de) le s

oe u v r e s, 2 vol., titles with woodcut ornaments, woodcut

initials, occasional staining (heavier to last few ff),

contemporary mottled calf, gilt spines in compartments

and with red morocco label, corners worn, rubbed, a

few scuff marks, 12mo, Berlin, Etienne de Bourdeaux,

1753. £150 - £200

*** Includes an account of his journey to Lapland made

for the purpose of verifying the Newtonian hypothesis

that the earth was flatter towards the poles. Also,

discusses comets and other astronomical features and


Lot 87

87. Binding.- [Book of Hours] uffizio d e l l A

b.v.MA r i A..., printed in red and black, engraved titlevignette

and 6 plates or full-page illusrations, light

spotting, attractive mottled calf elaborately ruled and

tooled in gilt, spine gilt in compartments with five

raised bands, g.e., paste-paper endpapers, 8vo, Rome,

Barbiellini, 1756. £200 - £300

Lot 88

88. [Helvétius (Claude Adrien)] de l’espriT, title with

woodcut ornament, woodcut head-pieces, outer margin

of title lightly browned, a few spots, contemporary

speckled calf, sympathetically rebacked, corners

repaired, rubbed, 8vo, Paris, Chez Durand, 1759.

£200 - £300

*** A rare edition. There was considerable religious

furore surrounding the publication of this work. Despite

three retractions from the author the book was burned

on 10th February 1759.

89. [Voltaire (François Marie Arouet de)] le cAffé

o u l’eccossAise, co M é d i e, half-title, title with woodcut

ornament and 18th century ownership inscription

‘R.Howe, July, 1760’, a few ff. with ink stains in upper

margin, [Bengesco 222], [Geneva], [Cramer], 1760

b o u n d w iT h Palissot de Montenoy (Charles) Les

Philosophes, Comédie, title with engraved vignette, 5 pp.

advertisements at end, Paris, chez Duchesne, 1760 A n d

another 18th century French play ‘Les Moeurs du Temps’,

together 3 works in 1 vol., contemporary calf, gilt spine in

compartments and with a red morocco label, head of spine

slightly chipped, rubbed, 12mo £80 - £120

90. [Diderot (Denis)] de l’éd u c AT i o n pu b l i Q u e, firsT

e d i T i o n, second issue (with date corrected), title with

floral woodcut ornament, a few marginal repairs, some

spotting, contemporary speckled calf, gilt, flat gilt

spine in compartments and with a green morocco label,

joints rubbed, a good copy, [cf. Adams, Bibliographie

des oeuvres de Denis Diderot 1739-1900 DA1], 12mo,

Amsterdam, 1762. £250 - £350

Lot 91

91. Spanish Law.- Murillo Velarde (Pedro) cu r s u s

Ju r i s cA n o n i c i, hi s pA n i, e T in d i c i, 2 vol., second

edition, half-title, titles with large woodcut printer’s

device depicting a contrasting urban and rural scene,

5 folding tables, some spotting or light browning to

tables, contemporary limp vellum, lacking ties, soiled,

folio, Madrid, Ex Typographia Angelae De Apontes,

1763. £300 - £400

*** The Second Edition of this significant collection of

Spanish Canon Laws and their appplication to Spanish

colonial natives made by the Jesuit Pedro Murillo

Velarde (1696-1753), tutor of theology and law at the

College of San Jose in Manilla.

Lot 92

92. Rousseau (Jean-Jacques) le T T r e s éc r i T e s d e l A

Mo n TA g n e, 2 vol. in 1, firsT e d i T i o n, title with engraved

devices, 2pp. advertisements at end, contemporary

mottled calf, richly gilt flat spine in compartments and

with red and olive labels, spine repaired, joints starting,

corners slightly worn, [Dufour 232], 8vo, Amsterdam,

Marc Michel Rey, 1764. £250 - £350

Lot 93

93. [Voltaire (François Marie Arouet de)] di c T i o n n A i r e

ph i l o s o p h i Q u e po r T AT i f, half-title, T2 a few small holes

and some staining to outer margin, lightly browned, a

few spots, original boards, backstrip worn, soiled, 8vo,

no place [?London], no printer, 1765. £180 - £220





Lot 94

94. [d’Alembert (Jean le Rond)] Me l A n g e s d e

li T T é r AT u r e, d’hisToire e T d e ph i l o s o p h i e, 5 vol., halftitles,

titles in red and black, folding table (with a tear,

but with no loss), attractive contemporary mottled

calf, richly gilt spines in compartments and with red

and black morocco labels, vol.4 chipped at head, a few

corners worn, rubbed, 12mo, Amsterdam, Zacharie

Chatelain & Fils, 1766. £200 - £300

Lot 95

95. [Helvétius (Claude Adrien)] de l’ho M M e , d e s e s

fA c u lT é s in T e l l e c T u e l l e s e T d e s o n ed u c AT i o n, 2 vol.,

some browning and spotting, contemporary wrappers,

spines worn, faded and spotted, marked, 8vo, Société

Typographique, 1773. £180 - £220

Lot 96

96. [Holbach (Paul Henri Thiry, Baron d’)] sy s T ê M e

so c i A l. ou pr i n c i p e s nAT u r e l s d e l A Mo r A l e e T d e

l A po l i T i Q u e. Av e c u n ex A M e n d e l’in f l u e n c e d u

go u v e r n e M e n T s u r l e s Mo e u r s, 3 vol., firsT e d i T i o n,

firsT issue, half-titles, old ink library stamp on titles

and one or two other ff., ink numbers at head of titles,

contemporary mottled calf, spines gilt, a little rubbed,

a few scratches and repairs, [Goldsmiths’ 10952; Kress

6940], a good set, 8vo, Londres [Amsterdam], 1773.

£200 - £300

Lot 97

97. Icelandic Printing.- Ko n g s ch r i s T i A n s T h e s s

fiM TA no r s K u lo g A is l e n d s K u uT l o g d, title within

typographic border and with woodcut arms at foot,

woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials, small hole

to title, affecting the letter ‘T’ in ‘Christians’, some

browning, heavy to a few ff., some staining and foxing,

embossed decorative endpapers depicting various

species of birds, contemporary half vellum over wooden

boards, chipped and soiled, rubbed, housed in a

modern cloth drop-back box, 4to, Hrappsey, Gudmunde

Olafssone, 1779. £350 - £450

*** A rare provincial printing of King Christian V’s

Norske Lov. Located in the Breide-Fjord Hrappsey

island was first mentioned in the Sagas of 1241 and

during the 18th century its registered inhabitants

numbered fewer than 20. The first printing press was

established on the island by Olafur Olafsson in 1773.

Lot 98

98. Caracci (Annibale) pe n s i e r i di v e r s i li n e AT i e T

in TA g l A i T i, engraved throughout in sepia, pictorial

title by Bloemart, portrait of Caracci, 38 plates by

Bellavia Marcantonio after Carracci, late 18th/early

19th century drawings to margins of 5 plates and verso

of final plate, mostly in pencil, some in pencil and ink,

title with margins browned and foxed, some spotting,

mostly marginal, plate 38 margins foxed, 20th century

vellum, gilt, lightly soiled and marked, folio, [Rome],

[Venanzio Monaldini], [c.1780]. £1,000 - £1,500

*** A collection of engraved plates after religious and

mythological subjects by Carracci. This edition by

Venanzio Monaldini (who also issued engraved suites

after Carracci’s designs for the Palazzo Farnese) has the

addition of Carracci’s initials within the platemark. This

copy has several accomplished ink and pencil sketches

in the margins.

Lot 99

99. Gluck (Christoph Willibald) Ar M i d e dr A M e

hé r o i Q u e, third edition, engraved throughout,

contemporary engraved label for ‘Chez le Duc, au

Magasin de Musique et d’Instruments’ mounted to

lower margin of title, minor repair to upper corner

verso of first 2 ff., lightly browned, contemporary calf,

gilt, upper cover with attractive dark green gilt title

label with floral decorations, head of spine and corners

worn, stained, rubbed and scuffed, [Hopkinson 45A],

folio, Paris, Chez Deslauriers, [c.1790]. £200 - £300

*** A scarce edition of the full score for Gluck’s

favourite opera among his own works and his fifth for

the Parisian stage.

100. Maleherbes (Chrétien Guillaume de Lamoignon

de) Mé M o i r e s u r l e s Mo y e n s d’Ac c é l é r e r l e s pr o g è s

d e l’ec o n o M i e ru r A l e e n fr A n c e, firsT e d i T i o n, stitched

as issued, title lightly soiled and creased, [Kress

B1934], 8vo, Paris, no printer, 1790. £100 - £150





Lot 101

101. Agriculture and Architecture.- de l A disTribuTion

d e s bAT i M e n s d e pisé, 7 folding engraved plates and

plans, very small burn hole to first plate, affecting a

couple of letters, Paris, no printer, 1793 b o u n d w iT h Les

Erreurs de Mon Siecle sur l’Agriculture et sur les Arts,

avec Le Recueil de mes Procédes Économiques, de mes

Inventions et Découvertes, numbers 1, 2 and 4, number

1 with 8 folding engraved plates, 6 hand-coloured, tear

to plate 7 within image, but with no loss, number 2

with 1 folding engraved plate of chimneys, Paris, Chez

l’Auteur, n.d. [?1794] A n d Le Chauffage Économique,

ou Leçons Élementaires, avec lesquelles chacun pourra

Chauffer a peu Frais l’Interieur de sa Maison ou de son

Apartement, 2 folding engraved plates, no place or

printer, 1792 A n d L’Économie des Ménages, 2 folding

engraved plates, Paris, no printer, 1793 A n d La Ferme.

Prix Remporté a la Sociéte d’Agriculture de Paris, Le

28 Décembre, 1789, folding engraved plan, title handcoloured

in yellow, Paris, 1789 A n d Application des

Nouveaux Poids et Mesures aux Travaux et Batisses

de la Campagne, number 5, folding engraved plates,

tables, n.d. [18th century] A n d Rapport fait par les

Citoyens Borda et Lagrange, au bureau de consultation

des arts et metiers, concernant un nouvean Cabestan

exempt des inconvéniens attachés a ceux ordinaires,

drop-head title, folding engraved plate, Paris, n.d.

[18th century] A n d Avis aux Ouvriers en Fer, sur la

Fabrication de l’Acier, publié par ordre du Comité de

Salut Public, 5 engraved plates, some folding, plate 5

trimmed at outer edge, just touching image, Paris, De

l’Imprimerie du Département de la Guerre, n.d [18th

century] A n d Instruction sur la Manière d’inventorier

et de conserver, dans toute l’étendue de la République,

tous les objets qui peuvent servir aux arts, aux sciences

et a l’enseignement, small hole to title, just touching a

couple of letters, no real loss, Paris, de l’Imprimerie

Nationale, no printer, L’An Second de la Republique,

together 11 works in 1 vol., modern speckled half calf,

gilt spine in compartments and with 18th century red

morocco label, 4to £300 - £400

*** A good sammelband of 18th century French works

on a variety of subjects, including rural and agricultural

buildings, farming techniques, including the cultivation

of potatoes, steel manufacture, and the logging and

conservation of important national artefacts for the


Lot 102

102. Bodoni.- [Bernis (François Joachim, Cardinal

de)] lA re l i g i o n ve n g é e, po ë M e e n dix ch A n T s, [o n e o f

50 l A r g e pA p e r c o p i e s], engraved portrait of the author,

later half morocco, spine gilt, spine faded, [Brooks

604], folio (172 x 268mm), Parma, [Bodoni], 1795.

£200 - £300

Lot 103

103. Scarron (Paul) le ro M A n co M i Q u e, 3 vol., l A r g e

pA p e r c o p y, half-titles, fine engraved frontispiece

portrait of Scarron and 15 plates, each in two states

(30 in total) by Baquoy, Dambrun, Duclos, Hubert,

Patas, Petit, Romanet and Simonet after le Barbier,

some spotting or light foxing, mostly marginal, a few

small marginal stains, later attractive red morocco,

gilt, richly gilt spines in compartments, slightly rubbed,

t.e.g., [Cohen -de Ricci 944-945], 8vo (230 x 158mm),

Paris, P. Didot Jeune, [1796]. £350 - £450

*** A good set of this classic picaresque novel,

following the exploits of a troupe of travelling actors.

104. Binding.- Vergilius Maro (Publius) bu c o l i c A,

ge o r g i c A, e T Ae n e i s, half-title, charming contemporary

red straight-grain morocco with gilt borders of vine

leaves, spine gilt, g.e., by Alexe. de Beauvais of Paris

with his ticket to front free endpaper, slightly rubbed,

8vo, Paris, 1806. £80 - £120

Lot 105

105. [Laugier de Bellecour (Cesare de)] gl’iTA l i A n i in

russiA: Memorie di un Ufiziale Italiano per servire alla

storia della Russia, della Polonia, e dell’Italia nel 1812,

4 vol., engraved bookplate of George C. Harvey and

later ink signature on front pastedowns, contemporary

half vellum, spines gilt with red morocco labels, a little

rubbed and soiled, 12mo, Italia [Florence], 1826-27.

£200 - £300

*** Scarce memoir by an officer in Napoleon’s army;

only one copy listed by COPAC, in the British Library.

106. Peignot (Gabriel) de lA li b e rT é d e l A presse A

di J o n A u co M M e n c e M e n T d u xviie si è c l e, one of 150

copies, wood-engraved illustration, stitched as issued

in contemporary wrappers, lightly soiled, Paris, 1836

§ Bonnières (Robert de) Contes des Fées, half-title,

engraved frontispiece in 2 states, offsetting, original

silk printed boards, Paris, 1881 § [Schwob (Marcel),

“Loyson-Bridet”] Moeurs des Diurnales. Traité de

Journalisme, n u M b e r 8 o f 12 c o p i e s, original printed

wrappers bound in, contemporary half brown crushed

morocco, spine gilt, slightly rubbed, Paris, 1903 §

Huysmans (Joris Karl) En Route, limited edition,

illustrations by Malo Renault, original wrappers, a few

short splits, Paris, 1921; and 7 others, French Literature

and related, v.s. (10) £100 - £150

Lot 107

107. Marcel Proust.- Dreyfus (Robert, editor)

Ma r c e l Pr o u s t a Dix-se P t an s av e c D e s le t t r e s

in é D i t e s..., 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

To co u n T e s s Ad h e A u M e d e ch e v i g n é, original printed

wrappers, detached, spine chipped, small 4to, Paris,

1926. £120 - £180

*** A good association copy with an inscription from

Proust’s boyhood friend to a supposed inspiration for

Proust’s character the Duchesse de Guermantes.





❦ English Literature and History

108. Tusser (Thomas) A h u n d r e T h g o o d p o i n T e s o f

h u s b A n d r i e, lAT e ly M A r i e d v n T o A h u n d r e T h g o o d

p o i n T e s o f h u s w i f ry, n e w ly c o r r e c T e d, A n d A M p l i f i e d,

black letter, notes in later hands to margins, lacking title

and preliminaries before B1 and everything after K7,

browning, occasional damp-staining, later wrappers,

lacking lower cover, rubbed and worn, [STC 24372.5],

[R.Tottelli, 1562] § Hunter (Alexander) Georgical

Essays, firsT c o l l e c T e d e d i T i o n, 3 folding engraved

plates, lacking final advertisement f., offsetting,

occasional spotting, contemporary tree calf, spine gilt

and with a black morocco label, joints repaired, corners

a little worn, rubbed, [Fussell p.92], York, London and

Edinburgh, Printed by A.Ward, for J.Dodsley, Pall-Mall

[&c.], 1777, 8vo (2) £200 - £300

*** The first is scarce, only one copy listed on ESTC

(Norwich Central Library)

Lot 109

109. Estienne (Charles) and Jean Liebault. MA i s o n

ru s T i Q u e, o r, Th e co u n T r e y fA r M e , translated by Richard

Surflet, edited and augmented by Gervase Markham, third

edition in English, title with woodcut printer’s device,

woodcut illustrations and diagrams, lacks initial and

final blanks, title with author’s English name in French

in neat early ink, a few other small marginal ink lines

and scribbles, contemporary ink diagrams to A4 verso,

short tear to foot of 2V5 and 3E6, mostly marginal, but

encroaching with 2 or 3 lines of text in both instances,

no loss, a few stains and spots, 19th century half calf

by C.Winstanley of Manchester, upper cover detaching,

lower joint starting, spine with repaired and slight

loss at foot, rubbed, [Bitting p.146-147; Fussell p.13;

Goldsmiths 451; Hunt 202; Kress 353; Poynter 31.1.;

Schwerdt I, 166 (first English edition); STC 10549;

Vicaire 345 (French editions)], folio, Printed by Adam

Islip for John Bull, 1616. £300 - £400

Ag r i c u lT u r e

*** The first edition edited by Markham. As well as

discussing the principles of farming and the layout

and surveying of farms it includes chapters on herbs,

vegetables, bread, distillation, wines, cider, hunting and


Provenance: Radcliffe (engraved bookplate); W.R.

Grace (lithographed bookplate).

110. Brathwait (Richard) Th e en g l i s h genTleMAn:

c o n TA i n i n g s u n d ry excellenT rules o r e x Q u i s iT e

o b s e rvAT i o n s, T e n d i n g To d i r e c T i o n o f every genTleMAn,

o f selecTer r A n K e A n d Q u A l i T i e; h o w To d e M e A n e o r

A c c o M M o d AT e hiMselfe in T h e M A n A g e o f p u b l i K e o r p r i vAT e

A f fA i r e s, firsT e d i T i o n, variant without section ‘Three

choice characters of marriage’ at end, lacking engraved

frontispiece and folding ‘Draught of Frontispiece’,

woodcut head-pieces and initials, occasional waterstaining,

contemporary calf, spine in compartments and

with later red leather label and gilt date, [STC 3563],

small 4to, Printed by Iohn Haviland, and are to be sold by

Robert Bostock at his shop at the signe of the Kings head

in Pauls Church-yard, 1630. £150 - £200

*** An important English courtesy book by the most

prolific writer for the rising gentry. Includes the duties

of a householder, a soldier, a statesman and justice of

the peace and discussion on gambling and hunting.

111. Meager (Leonard) Th e c o M p l e AT engli s h

gA r d n e r: o r, A sur e gui d e To you n g plA n T e r s A n d

gA r d n e r s:, eleventh edition, 24 engraved plates, title

frayed and with ink stains, loss of a word verso, following

contents f., trimmed at head, (affecting part of 3 letters

verso) and with a few ink stains 4 plates trimmed at

outer margin, just touching image, final plate with a

few ink stains verso, showing through to recto, browned

and water-stained (plates less so), a few short marginal

tears, modern half calf, [Fusell pp.77-78; Henrey 245],

printed for M. Wotton, at the Three Daggers in Fleet-

Street; and G. Conyers, at the Ring in Little Britain,

[c.1710] § Moxon (Elizabeth) English Housewifery,

exemplified in above Four Hundred Receipts, 6 (?of

more) woodcut plates of table settings, 1 folding, title

torn with loss of a few letters and extensively repaired,

1 plate with marginal tears and extensively repaired,

occasional spotting or light soiling, modern half calf,

Leeds, J. Lister, and sold by J.Swale...and the author at

Pontefract, n.d., sm. 4to & 8vo (2) £150 - £200

112. Tull (Jethro) 2 parts in 1, including supplement, Th e

ho r s e-ho i n g h u s b A n d ry: o r, A n essAy o n T h e p r i n c i p l e s

o f Ti l l A g e A n d vegeTATion. wherein is s h e w n A M e T h o d

o f i n T r o d u c i n g A s o rT o f vi n e yA r d-cu lT u r e i n T o T h e

c o r n-fields, in o r d e r To i n c r e A s e Their p r o d u c T, A n d

diMinish T h e c o M M o n e x p e n c e; b y T h e u s e o f i n s T r u M e n T s

d e s c r i b e d in c u T s, second edition, firsT e d i T i o n To c o n TA i n

T h e plATes d e p i c T i n g Tu l l’s iMpleMenTs, 7 engraved

plates (6 in first part, 1 in the supplement), lacking

imprimatur f., pp.ix/x (D1) misbound after title (as in the

Perkins copy), first 6 plates trimmed (normally folding),

occasional light spotting, contemporary calf, spine in

compartments and with red morocco label, lower joint

splitting, but holding firm [Fussell p.125; Goldsmiths’

7065; Kress 4153; McDonald 186-190; Perkins 1782;

PMM 188], folio, printed for the author, and sold by G.

Strahan in Cornhill; T. Woodward in Fleet-Street; A.

Miller over-against St. Clement’s-Church in the Strand;

J. Stagg in Westminster-Hall; and J. Brindley in New-

Bond-Street, 1733. £150 - £200

*** A much enlarged version and the first to contain

pictorial depictions of Tull’s revolutionary implements.

113. Tull (Jethro) Th e hors e-ho i n g husb A n d ry;

co M p l e AT in fo u r pA rT s: o r, A n essAy o n T h e pr i n c i p l e s

o f Til l A g e A n d vege TAT i o n, 2 parts in 1, including

supplement, “second edition”, initial imprimatur f., 7

engraved plates (6 folding in 1st part and 1 single-page

in 2nd part), some light browning, occasional spotting,

contemporary calf, rebacked, preserving original

spine in compartments with gilt ?seal motifs and a

red morocco label, corners repaired, rubbed, [Fussell

pp.1-6; cf. PMM 188], printed for A. Millar, opposite to

Katharine-Street in the Strand, 1743 [-1740]; The Horse

Hoeing Husbandry, edited by William Cobbett, firsT

co b b e T T e d i T i o n, wood-engraved plates, occasional

foxing (including title) or spotting, a few stains within

text, contemporary half calf, spine gilt and with black

leather label, upper cover detached, upper corners

worn, rubbed, 1882; and a copy of the 1829 Cobbett

edition, folio & 8vo (3) £200 - £300

114. Duhamel du Monceau (Henri Louis) A pr A c T i c A l

TreATise o f hu s b A n d ry, firsT e d i T i o n in en g l i s h, title in

red and black, 6 engraved plates, a few folding, folding

table, title and a few other ff. foxed, some offsetting,

modern half calf over old marbled boards, these soiled

and rubbed, [Fussell pp.48-49; Hunt 564], printed for

J. Whiston and B. White in Fleet-Street, R. Baldwin in

Pater-Noster-Row, W. Johnston in Ludgate-Street, P.

Davey and B. Law in Ave-Mary-Lane, 1759; and another,

the second edition of the same, 4to (2) £100 - £150

115. Young (Arthur) Th e fAr M e r ’s leTT e r s To T h e

pe o p l e o f eng l A n d: co n TA i n i n g T h e sen T i M e n T s o f A

pr A c T i c A l hus b A n d M A n, firsT e d i T i o n, errata to verso

of final f., small worm trace to foot of preliminaries,

title and a few other ff. browned to varying degrees,

some spotting or light foxing, contemporary calf, gilt,

upper joint split, lower joint starting, both holding firm,

lower corners worn, rubbed, [Fussell p.70; McDonald

pp.190-195], printed for W. Nicoll, at the Paper-Mill, No

51, in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, 1767; Rural Oeconomy:

or, Essays on the Practical Parts of Husbandry, halftitle,

repaired at head, just affecting part of decorative

border, occasional spotting, contemporary tree calf,

richly gilt spine in compartments with new red leather

label, scuffed, Printed for T. Becket, in the Strand, 1770;

and another, by the same, 8vo (3) £150 - £200

*** The first mentioned is author’s first book. Up

until this he had published a number of pamphlets and

articles only.

116. Young (Arthur) A co u r s e o f ex p e r i M e n TA l

Ag r i c u lT u r e, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o n, 4 engraved plates

and vignette, worming to base of both vol., bookplates

to pastedowns, contemporary calf, morocco labels to

spine, joints split but firm, [Fussell pp.76-78; Kress

6762], 4to, for J.Dodsley, 1770. £150 - £200

*** ‘Its author in after years regretted its publication

and spent much time and money in buying up and

destroying such copies as came upon the market.’

Arthur Young.

Provenance: Thomas Estcourt (bookplates).

117. [Young (Arthur)] A six Mo n T h s To u r T h r o u g h

T h e no rT h o f en g l A n d, 4 vol., firsT e d i T i o n, 27

engraved plates, 13 folding, 5 (of 6) folding tables, 3pp.

advertisements, worming to lower margins of vol.1,

folding plan of canals torn with loss, some waterstaining

to vol.4, occasional spotting, contemporary

calf, gilt spines in compartments and with red morocco

labels, a few joints splitting, but holding firm, rubbed,

Printed for W. Strahan; W. Nicoll, No 11. in St. Paul’s

Church-Yard; B. Collins, at Salisbury; and J.Balfour, at

Edinburgh, 1770; The Expediency of a Free Exportation

of Corn at this Time, firsT e d i T i o n, half-title browned,

inscription to head in a contemporary hand, F3 and 4

holed with loss of several words, modern boards, spine

faded, [Goldsmiths’ 10645; Kress 6764], for W.Nicholl,

1770; and 3 others by the same, 8vo (8) £100 - £150





co o K e ry

118. Papin (Denys) A new digesTer o r en g i n e f o r

so f T e n i n g bo n e s, lacks folding plate, A1 and H4, A2-

B3 and H2-3 repaired at lower corners, title browned,

20th century calf-backed boards, front cover detached,

rubbed, [Wing P309], for Henry Bonwicke, 1681 §

Lewis (William) An Experimental History of the Materia

Medica, or of the Natural and Artificial Substances

Made Use of in Medicine, initial imprimatur f., 2pp.

advertisements at end, occasional spotting, a few stains,

modern boards, spotted, scarce, for R. Baldwin, in Pater-

Noster-Row; and W. Johnston, in Ludgate Street, 1768,

sm. 4to & 4to (2) £100 - £150

*** Papin, by experimenting with air-pumps, perceived

that water’s boiling point was raised when heated under

pressure. Creating a custom machine to demonstrate

this, Papin learnt that by this method foodstuffs cooked

quickly, requiring less fuel and providing greater


119. Evelyn (John) Ac e TA r i A. A di s c o u r s e o f sA l l e T s,

firsT e d i T i o n, folding table of different species of

‘sallets’, lacking errata f., title trimmed to border and

laid down, browned and foxed, modern panelled calf,

[Bitting p.149; Cagle 669; Keynes 105; Oxford p.46;

Wing E3480], 8vo, printed for B. Tooke at the Middle-

Temple Gate in Fleetstreet, 1699. £150 - £200

120. Kettilby (Mary, compiler)] A collecTion o f

A b o v e Th r e e hu n d r e d receipTs in co o K e ry, ph y s i c K

A n d su r g e ry; f o r T h e u s e o f A l l go o d wi v e s, Te n d e r

Mo T h e r s, A n d cA r e f u l nu r s e s, firsT e d i T i o n, half-title,

rather browned, some foxing or spotting, contemporary

panelled calf, spine in compartments, joints split, corners

worn, rubbed, [Maclean p.79; Oxford p.54; Simon BG

904 (note)], 8vo, printed for Richard Wilkin, at the King’s-

Head in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, 1714. £300 - £400

Lot 121

121. Smith (Robert) co u rT co o K e ry: o r, T h e

co M p l e AT en g l i s h co o K, 2 parts in 1, firsT e d i T i o n, 4pp.

advertisements at end, lower corner of title and A2&3

with small section torn away just touching printed

border of title, but with no loss of text, browned, some

foxing, contemporary calf, upper cover detached, spine

ends chipped, corners a little worn, rubbed, [Bitting

p.440; Cagle 1001; Maclean p.137; Oxford p.55;

Vicaire 794], 8vo, printed for T. Wotton, at the Three

Daggers in Fleet-Street, 1723. £300 - £500

*** The author describes himself as ‘Cook (under

Mr. Lamb) to King William; as also the Dukes of

Buckingham, Ormond, D’Aumont...’.

Lot 122

122. S[mith] (E[liza]) Th e co M p l e AT ho u s e w i f e;

o r, Ac c o M p l i s h e d ge n T l e w o M A n’s co M pA n i o n, firsT

e d i T o n, 6 folding engraved plates of table settings, 16pp.

advertisements at end, title torn, within text, but with

no loss, 3 plates torn, 1 with some loss, I7 with short

tear, just within text, but with no loss, index ff. loose and

frayed, occasional staining, a few short marginal tears,

contemporary panelled calf, covers detached, rubbed

and scuffed, [Cagle 996; Maclean p.133; Oxford p.60],

8vo, Printed for J. Pemberton, at the Golden Buck, over

against St. Dunstan’s Church in Fleet-Street, 1727.

£800 - £1,200

*** The exceedingly rare first edition. This is the only

copy we can trace at auction (originally sold Bonhams,

1998). Not in the British Library. ESTC lists only 1 copy.

Lot 123

123. Carter (Charles) The Complete practical cook: or,

a new system of the whole Art and Mystery of Cookery.

Being a Select Collection of above Five Hundred

Recipes for Dressing, after the most Curious and Elegant

Manner (as well Foreign as English) all Kinds of Flesh,

Fish, Fowl, &c. As also Directions to make all Sorts of

excellent Pottages and Soups, fine Pastry, both sweet and

savoury, delicate Puddings, exquisite Sauces, and rich

Jellies, firsT e d i T i o n, title in red and black, 60 engraved

plates of table setting, 5 folding, staining to inner margins

of preliminaries and first c.30 plates, within plate marks

of some of these plates, worm trace to margins of

preliminaries and to 24 plates, within platemark of 20

plates, c.12 with some loss of printed border or main

body of image, water-staining to outer margins of index

ff., contemporary calf, joints splitting, but holding firm,

gilt spine in compartments and with red morocco label,

gilt rather worn, corners worn, rubbed, [Bitting p.77;

Cagle 592; Maclean p.23], 4to, printed for W. Meadows,

in Cornhill; C. Rivington, in St. Paul’s Church-Yard; and

R. Hett, in the Poultry, 1730. £500 - £700

*** Carter describes himself as ‘Lately Cook to his

Grace the Duke of Argyll, the Earl of Pontefract, the

Lord Cornwallis, &c.’.

124. Carter (Charles) Th e lond o n A n d coun T ry

co o K: or, Ac c o M p l i s h e d house w i f e, c o n TA i n i n g

pr A c T i c A l dir e c T i o n s A n d T h e b e s T rece i p T s in A l l

T h e brA n c h e s o f coo K e ry A n d hou s e K e e p i n g..., third

edition, engraved frontispiece with illustrations of a

dairy, brewhouse, kitchen, still-room and bakery 48

(of 49) engraved plates of table plans, three folding,

the missing plate supplied in facsimile, frontispiece

detached and stained, leaf K1 detached and a few others

working loose, occasional dampstaining, contemporary

calf, worn at head and foot of spine and corners, lower

joint cracked, [Maclean p.23; cf.Bitting p.78, Oxford

p.62 and Simon BG 297 (first editions)], 8vo, Printed

for Charles Hitch, Stephen Austen and John Hinton,

1749. £150 - £200

*** A much enlarged edition and the first with a


125. Raffald (Elizabeth) Th e ex p e r i e n c e d

ho u s e K e e p e r..., eleventh edition, engraved portrait and

3 folding plates, one frayed and reinforced at edges,

some spotting and soiling, title and first few leaves

trimmed at fore-edge, modern morocco-backed cloth,

preserved in modern cloth drop-back box, 8vo, for

R.Baldwin, 1794. £100 - £150

Lot 126

126. Price (Sir John) hi s To r i A e bry TA n n i c A e d e f e n s i o,

firsT e d i T i o n, 2 parts in 1, title with woodcut device

cropped and mounted, damp-stained throughout, blank

leaf Y2 present, [STC 20309], H.Binneman typographi,

impensis Hufredi Toy, 1573; b o u n d w iT h Jovius (Paulus)

Decriptio Britanniae, Scotiae, Hyberniae, et Orchadum,

firsT e d i T i o n, woodcut device on title, another (larger) on

verso of colophon, penultimate leaf with woodcut royal

genealogical table (slightly trimmed), blank leaves O3 and

4 present, damp-staining, Venice, Michaelus Tramezinus,

1548, 18th century mottled calf, gilt, joints and extremities

worn, shelf label to upper cover, 4to £400 - £600

127. Bible English. [Th e bi b l e], Geneva version,

lacks all before A2, 2R1, 3I4-6, 3K4-5, all after 3Z8,

including general and NT titles, corner of first c. 75

ff. torn with loss, several other ff. with corners or

margins torn, some with loss, 3Y8 with major loss,

2R1 misbound, worming, mostly marginal, stained

and marked, preceded by defective Book of Psalms

and Concordances, family notes on blank p. at end of

Apocrypha, modern calf-backed marbled boards, [?

STC 2139; Herbert 182], 4to, [? Barker, 1584]; sold

not subject to return. £250 - £350

*** Provenance: Bird family (notes)





Lot 128

128. P. (A.) A T r u e di s c o u r s e. of T h e M o s T h o r r i b l e

A n d b A r b A r o u s M u rT h e r s...coMMiTTed b y T h e T r o u p e s o f

T h e du K e o f sAv o y e...u p p o n T h e i n h A b i TA n T s...o f gex,...

TrAnslATed o u T o f fr e n c h, title largely defective, and

laid down, lacks B3, B2 torn with loss of several words,

note on verso of title, some marking, modern calf-backed

boards, [STC 5045.5], 4to. [J. Wolfe, 1590]. £500 - £700

*** Extremely scarce account of massacres carried

out by Charles Emmanuel’s troops during a war with

France. STC cites only the Peterborough Cathedral

copy in Cambridge University Library,

129. Catholics.- Th e su p p l i c AT i o n o f ce rTA i n e MAssepr

i e s T s fA l s e ly c A l l e d cAT h o l i K e s, lacks Q4 (blank) at

end, slightly browned, margins trimmed, new endpapers,

modern calf-backed boards, [STC 14430.5], sm. 4to,

William Apsley, 1604. £100 - £150

Lot 130

130. Knolles (Richard) Th e ge n e r A l l hisTorie o f

T h e Tu r K e s..., second edition, engraved title with

architectural border, engraved vignettes of Christian &

Turkish soldiers & a battle scene by Laurence Johnson,

numerous woodcut head- & tail-pieces and initials

throughout, title with ink ownership inscription to head,

a little chipped and browned at margins, some slight

worming, lacks initial blank, a few small marginal

tears and rust-burns, occasional light staining and

finger-soiling, 2Z2 torn just touching portrait, early ink

marginalia, later antique-style calf, over contemporary

wooden boards, contemporary metal clasps, a little

rubbed, folio, Adam Islip, 1610. £2,000 - £3,000

131. Wheare (Degory) pi e TA s e r g A be n e fA c T o r e s...,

bookplate of Griffith of Llwynduris on front

pastedown, contemporary vellum, slightly soiled and

marked, remains of ties, hole in spine, [STC 25327],

Oxford, William Turner, 1628; and another, 8vo (2).

£100 - £150

132. Bible, English. [Th e ho ly bi b l e], 2 parts in 1,

lacks general title, supplied in (very faded) photocopy,

and final blank f., first 2 ff. mounted, lower

corners of B6, P3, 2C6 and 3H8 torn with slight loss,

little worming, [Herbert 474], Cambridge, [T. & J.

Buck], 1633 [bound with] A Concordance.., Assignes

of Clement Cotton, 1622 [and] The Whole Book of

Psalmes, last 4 ff. mounted, Cambridge, 1633, some

staining, early names and notes at ends of books, and a

few in margins, &c, later notes on blank ff. at beginning

and end, contemporary calf, rebacked and repaired §

Calvin (John) A Commentary upon the Prophecie

of Isaiah, preliminary and final blank ff. present, but

both torn and soiled, title frayed, first f. of Epistle to

King Edward torn, last few signatures partly loose,

staining and marking, name on preliminary blank f’

‘Rich.Goffes book 1734’, few marginalia, little scoring,

contemporary calf, gilt ormament and blind rules on

covers, worn, [STC 4396], folio, Felix Kyngston, 1609

§ [Stackhouse (Thomas)] A Complete Body of Divinity,

title soiled, twentieth-century calf, large red morocco

cross inlaid on front cover, red morocco spine label,

large folio, For J. Batley & T. Cox, 1729, and 2 others

(5) £200 - £300

133. Ussher (James) br i TA n n i c A r u M ec c l e s i A r u M

An T i Q u i TAT e s, firsT e d i T i o n, with 3ff. errata at end but

lacking final blank, title frayed at foot affecting imprint

(laid down), final leaf repaired, some water-staining,

a little cropped, modern dark green morocco, [STC

2458a], 4to, Dublin, 1639. £100 - £150

Lot 134

134. Brathwait (Richard) Th e en g l i s h ge n T l e M A n A n d

T h e en g l i s h ge n T l e w o M A n, 4 parts in 1, third edition,

additional engraved title, folding letterpress plate

(torn and repaired), lacks Draught of the Frontispiece,

worming at base, tears to base of B gathering and 2f2,

light soiling to base of T, 18th century inscriptions to

titles and a2 verso, repairs to base of engraved title

and first 4ff., bookplates to pastedown, 18th century

speckled calf, gilt, rebacked, corners bumped, a little

rubbed, [Wing B4262], folio, I. Dawson, 1641.

£200 - £300

*** Provenance: ?Sarah Colvin (inscription to title) and

Maurice Craig (bookplate).

135. Baker (Sir Richard) A ch r o n i c l e o f T h e Ki n g s

o f en g l A n d from the Time of the Romans Government

unto the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord King Charles,

firsT e d i T i o n, engraved portrait of Prince Charles by C.

van Dalen, engraved architectural title incorporating

vignettes of St.Albans, Lincoln, London & York, lacking

all after the Catalogue of Writers (Index and errata

leaf), portrait and title lightly soiled and creased,

portrait defective at lower outer corner not affecting

image, a few leaves soiled or browned but generally

clean, near contemporary mottled calf, rubbed, spine

ends worn, later endpapers, [Wing B501], Daniel

Frere, 1643 § [Sparke (Michael)] Truth brought to

light: or, The history of the first 14 years of King James

I., fine engraved emblematic title and a portrait, initial

explanation of emblematic title f., text lightly browned

and foxed, contemporary calf, gilt, joints starting,

rubbed, [Wing S4818C and A148A], for Richard

Baldwin, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1692,

8vo & folio (2) £150 - £200

136. [Gauden (John)] A di s c o u r s e o f A u x i l i A ry be A u T y

o r ArTificiAll hA n s o M e n e s s e. In point of Conscience

Between Two Ladies, firsT e d i T i o n, engraved vignette

on title, margins trimmed, slightly browned, bookplate

of David Belasco on front pastedown, contemporary

calf, cracked, rebacked, [Wing G355], 8vo, R. Royston,

1656. £200 - £300





Lot 137

137. John Milton.- Saumaise (Claude) cl A u d i i

sA l M A s i i A d Jo h A n n e M Mi lT o n u M responsio, o p u s

p o s T h u M u M, slightly browned, contemporary calf,

red morocco label, gilt, spine rubbed, [Wing S736],

12mo, Jo. Martin, Ja. Allestry, & Tho. Dicas, 1660.

£150 - £200

Lot 138

138. Descartes (René) Me d i TAT i o n e s d e pr iM A

ph i l o s o p i A, 2 parts in 1, small hole in I2, loss of a few

letters, a few spots, hinges cracked, contemporary calf,

ruled in blind, covers with blind-stamped thistle cornerpieces,

corners worn, [Wing D1133A], 8vo, J[ames]

F[lesher] for John Hart, 1664. £200 - £300

*** Scarce at auction. Descartes first discards all belief

in things which are not absolutely certain and then tries

to establish what can be known for sure. The meditations

were written as if he were meditating for 6 days.

139. Boyle (Robert) so M e Mo T i v e s A n d in c e n T i v e s To

T h e lo v e o f go d, fourth edition, outer margin of title

browned, a few small stains, contemporary calf, spine

in compartments, covers with a centre-piece of 4 small

blind-stamped lion’s heads, compartment at head of

spine missing, corners worn, rubbed and lightly stained,

[Wing B4035], 8vo, for Henry Herringman, 1695.

£100 - £150

Lot 140

140. [Durer (Albrecht) and others] Th e e x c e l l e n c y

o f T h e p e n A n d p e n c i l, e x e M p l i f y i n g T h e u s e s o f T h e M

in T h e M o s T e x Q u i s i T e A n d M y s T e r i o u s A rT s o f d r Aw i n g,

e T c h i n g, e n g r Av i n g, l i M n i n g. pA i n T i n g in o y l, wA s h i n g

o f M A p s & p i c T u r e s. Al s o T h e w A y To cl e A n s e A n y ol d

pA i n T i n g..., engraved folding plate and illustration in

the text, some full-page, lacking additional pictorial

title, folding plate trimmed at outer edge, just touching

image, closely trimmed at head, occasionally just

touching running title, some light browning and soiling,

occasional spotting, 19th century half calf, rubbed,

[Wing E3779], 8vo, Thomas Ratcliff and Thomas

Daniel, for Dorman Newman and Richard Jones,

1668. £400 - £600

*** Rare at auction in any state of completeness. We

can trace only 4 copies in total of this and the second

edition at auction in the last 36 years.

Lot 141

141. More (Thomas) en c h i r i d i o n eT h i c u M, pr æ c i p u A

Mo r A l i s ph i l o s o p h i æ, initial imprimatur f., final f. blank

(loose), upper corner of imprimatur f. torn away, 18th

century ink notes to endpapers, title with ink ownership

inscription ‘Jon:Doverston, 1796’ and with ms. price

paid ‘Aug.23.69.2s-4d’, contemporary mottled calf,

upper corners worn, rubbed, 8vo, J.Flesher, 1668.

£120 - £180

Lot 142

142. Baratti (Giacomo) Th e lAT e Tr Av e l s o f A c o M o bA r AT i...i n T o T h e re M o T e co u n T r i e s o f T h e

Abisins, o r o f eT h i o p i A, ?firsT e d i T i o n, advertisement f.

at end, lacking initial blank, a few ff. closely trimmed

at head, some browning, modern crushed morocco,

lacking upper cover, [Wing B677], 8vo, for Benjamin

Billingsley, 1670. £300 - £400

*** Dr. Bent Juel Jensen in the Winter Book Collector

of 1981 suggests ‘that this little added to the

list of Voyages Imaginaires’.

143. [Rowlands (Ricahrd)] , “R[ichard] V[estegan]”

re s T i T u T i o n o f de c Ay e d in T e l l i g e n c e in An T i Q u i T i e s,

engraved vignette on title, text illustrations, title soiled

and loose, nineteenth-century half calf, For Samuel

Mearne, John Martyn & Henry Herringman, 1673 §

Bacon (Sir Francis) The Essays, or Councils, Civil and

Moral, lacks final Advertisment f. browned and marked,

nineteenth-centyury half morocco, rubbed, For H.

Herringman (and others), 1696 § Piozzi (Hester Lynch)

Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson, second edition,

half-title, errata slip pasted to verso of last f., worming

to upper corner of first few ff., early note on front pastedown,

contemporary calf-backed boards, rubbed,

uncut, For T. Cadell, 1786, and 2 others, v.s. (5)

£100 - £150

Lot 144

144. W[orlidge] (J[ohn]) sy s T e M A ho rT i-c u lT u r A e: o r,

Th e ArT o f gA r d e n i n g in Th r e e bo o K s firsT e d i T i o n,

engraved additional pictorial title by F.H. Van Houe

and 3 plates, contemporary ink name to title, short

tear to outer margin of a4, tear to E3 within text, but

with no loss, some light browning, a few stains and

spots, contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt, upper

joint cracked, but holding firm, corners worn, rubbed,

[Fussell pp.68-72; Henrey 369; McDonald pp.116-

121; Wing W3603], 8vo, Printed for Tho. Burrel, at the

Golden Ball under St. Dunstan’s Church in Fleetstreet

and Will.Hensman, at the King’s Head in Westminster

Hall, 1677. £500 - £700

*** The rare companion work to Worlidge’s Systema

Agriculturæ. This is the only copy we can trace at

auction (originally sold in our rooms 14th January,

2000, lot 156). Includes fountains, trees, and kitchen





145. Muret (Pierre) ri T e s o f fu n e r A l An c i e n T A n d

Mo d e r n, in use Th r o u g h T h e Kn o w n wo r l d, firsT

en g l i s h e d i T i o n, [Wing 3098], R. Royston, 1683

bound with Marcus Minucius Felix His Octavius; or,

a Vindication of Christianity against Paganism, [Wing

M2201], by J.M. for R. Royston, 1682, translated by Paul

Lorrain, slightly browned, contemporary ink signature

on front free endpaper, hinges weak, contemporary

panelled calf., slightly rubbed, 12mo. £200 - £250

*** First mentioned dedicated to Samuel Pepys.


Lot 146

146. wo M e n s Ad v o c AT e (Th e): o r, fi f T e e n re A l

co M f o rT s o f MAT r i M o n y, b e i n g in r e Q u i TA l o f T h e l AT e

f i f T e e n s h A M-c o M f o rT s. wi T h s AT y r i c A l r e f l e c T i o n s o n

w h o r i n g, A n d T h e d e b A u c h e ry o f T h i s A g e. wr i T T e n b y

A person o f Q u A l i T y o f T h e f e M A l e s e x, second edition,

lacking blank A1, short split to title with a very small

hole (no loss of text), B9 lower corner repaired with

loss of a few words, browned, a few marginal chips,

later polished calf, gilt, upper joint starting, 12mo, for

Benjamin Alsop, 1683. £300 - £400

*** A rare little work; not in the BL and with ESTC

listing only 3 copies (Bodleian; Newberry and Univ. of


147. Saint-Evremond (Charles de Marguetel de

Saint Denis, Sieur de) Mi s c e l l A n e o u s essAys, F6 with

hole, loss of few a words, U1 lower corner torn away,

not affecting text, occasional spotting, contemporary

speckled, gilt (later) spine in compartments, joints

starting, but holding firm, rubbed, [Wing S305],

for John Everingham, 1692 § Fenelon (Francois de

Salignac de la Mothe de) Reflection upon Learning,

12pp. advertisements, these lightly soiled, contemporary

speckled calf, gilt, spine in compartments, joints

cracked, but holding firm, rubbed, for E. Curll, 1718

§ Cudworth (Ralph) A Treatise concerning Eternal and

Immutable Morality, engraved portrait frontispiece,

lightly browned, title water-stained, some foxing and

soiling, joints split, rather worn, for James and John

Knapton, 1731; and another, Vertot, 12mo & 8vo (4)

£300 - £400

Lot 148

148. [Locke (John)] so M e Th o u g h T s co n c e r n i n g

ed u c AT i o n, third edition enlarged, occasional spotting,

contemporary tree calf, gilt spine, spine darkened, label

missing, joints starting, corners a little worn, rubbed,

[Wing L2763], 8vo, for A. and J. Churchill, 1695.

£180 - £220

*** A scarce edition at auction.

Lot 149

149. Malebranche (Nicolas) his Tr e AT i s e c o n c e r n i n g

T h e se A r c h A f T e r Tr u T h, second edition, variant

with ‘D.Midwinter’ in imprint, lightly browned, some

spotting, contemporary panelled calf, rebacked, modern

label to spine, joints splitting, but holding firm, rubbed,

[Wing M318A], folio, W.Bowyer, for Thomas Bennet...

and T. Leigh and D.Midwinter, 1700. £200 - £300

150. O. (F.) Th e lAw -fr e n c h di c T i o n A ry di c T i o n A ry

Al p h A b e T i c A l ly di g e s T e d, firsT e d i T i o n, occasional

light spotting, contemporary half calf, rebacked, new

endpapers, 8vo, for Isaac Cleave, 1701. £200 - £300

*** This landmark work was the first dictionary written

to aid lawyers in the translation of the Year Books, old

deeds and other early documents.

Lot 151

151. Vergilius Maro (Publius) bu c o l i c A, ge o r g i c A,

e T Ae n e i s..., engraved frontispiece, head- & tail-pieces,

lightly browned, some spotting, contemporary sprinkled

calf, rebacked preserving old gilt-stamped morocco

label, rubbed, staining to lower cover, 4to, Cambridge,

J.Tonson, 1701. £200 - £300

Lot 152

152. Seddon (John) and George Shelley. Th e pe n M A n’s

MA g A z i n e: o r, A ne w co p y-bo o K, of the English, French

and Italian Hands, after the Best Mode...Supervis’d and

Publish’d by Thomas Read..., letterpress title and ‘To

the Reader’ leaf, engraved dedication, title, preface and

30 plates (?only, ?lacking 2 plates), some with rather

crude partial hand-colouring, 2 letterpress leaves

and engraved dedication folding, contemporary ink

inscription at head of letterpress title and a little frayed

at fold, dedication torn and repaired, rather soiled and

stained throughout, contemporary calf-backed marbled

boards, a little worn, split to lower joint, oblong 4to,

printed, and sold by J.Holland [&c.], 1709; sold not

subject to return £250 - £350

*** Originally published in 1705, in folio format with

2 plates to each sheet and a leaf of verse by Nahum

Tate. In this copy the sheets have been cut and plates

bound separately (as in the 1705 Macclesfield copy);

the sheets are numbered in manuscript 1-37 including

the letterpress title but there are no sheets numbered 32

or 33, and there is no poem. The 1709 edition is not

listed by ESTC or COPAC.





Lot 153

153. (Fontenelle) Bernard Le Bovier de co n v e r s AT i o n s

w iT h A lA d y o n T h e pl u r A l i T y o f wo r l d s, fourth

edition, engraved frontispiece and folding map of the

solar system, 4pp. advertisements at end, 18th century

ink ownership inscription to front free endpaper, short

tear to inner margin of folding map, lightly browned,

a few spots, contemporary panelled calf, spine in

compartments, 2 labels removed from spine, foot of

spine slightly chipped, corners worn, 12mo, J.Darby

for M. Wellington, 1719 £100 - £150

Lot 154

154. Mandeville (Bernard) Th e fA b l e o f T h e be e s: o r,

pr i vAT e vi c e s, pu b l i c K be n e f i T s...As Al s o An essAy o n

ch A r i T y title with woodcut printer’s, woodcut head- and

tail-pieces, a few ff. loose, lightly browned throughout,

occasional spotting, contemporary panelled calf,

sympathetically rebacked, central split to spine, but text

block still intact, corners a little worn, rubbed, 8vo, for

Edmund Parker, 1723 £200 - £300

155. Fires.- Godfrey (Ambrose) An Acc o u n T o f T h e

ne w Me T h o d o f ex T i n g u i s h i n g fi r e s b y ex p l o s i o n A n d

su f f o c AT i o n, slightly browned, later endpapers, later

morocco-backed cloth, gilt, 8vo, n.p., 1724. £80 - £120

156. Switzer (Stephen) Th e prAcT i c A l KiTche n

gA r d i n e r: or, A ne w A n d en T i r e sy s T e M o f di r e c T i o n s

fo r h i s eM p l o y M e n T in T h e Me l o n ry, Ki T c h e n-gA r d e n,

A n d poTA g e ry...To w h i c h is A d d e d...Th e MeTho d

o f rAisi n g cucuM b e r s A n d Melon s, Mu s h r o o M s,

bo r e c o l e, br o c c o l i, po TAT o e s, A n d o T h e r c u r i o u s A n d

u s e f u l pl A n T s, firsT e d i T i o n, 3 folding engraved garden

plans, all with a short tear at inner margin, a few spots

or small areas of foxing, contemporary speckled calf,

spine in compartments and with morocco label, foot of

spine chipped, a few small water-stains, slightly rubbed,

[Fussell p.118-121; Henrey 1417; Hunt 469; Maclean

pp.139-140], a very good copy, 8vo, Printed for Tho.

Woodward, at the Half-Moon over-against St.Dunstan’s

Church in Fleetstreet, 1727. £150 - £200

*** Switzer gained much of his early knowledge under

the tutilage of the great masters London and Wise. He

also ran a seed business, with a shop in Westminster

Hall and a garden in Vauxhall.

Provenance: John Harris (bookplate).

157. Trials.- co M p l e T e co l l e c T i o n o f sT AT e Tr i A l s (A),

6 vol., second edition, titles in red and black, marginal

worming to end of one vol., contemporary reversed

calf, spine ends chipped, otherwise a nice set, 1730; and

another Trial, 17th century, folio (7) £100 - £150

Lot 158

158. [Berkeley (George, Bishop)] Al c i p h r o n: o r, T h e

Mi n u T e ph i l o s o p h e r in se v e n di A l o g u e s, 2 vol., titles

with engraved vignettes, some water-staining to vol.1,

contemporary speckled calf, gilt, rebacked in later calf,

gilt, spine labels chipped with loss, rubbed, 8vo, for J.

Tonson in the Strand, 1732. £150 - £200

159. [Mandeville (Bernard de)] An en Q u i ry i n T o T h e

origin o f ho n o u r A n d T h e us e f u l n e s s o f ch r i s T i A n i T y

in wA r, firsT e d i T i o n, slightly browned, engraved

bookplate on front pastedown, contemporary calf,

skilfully rebacked with the original red morocco label

laid down, 8vo, John Brotherton, 1732. £100 - £150

Lot 160

160. Marini (Giovanni Ambrigio) Th e de s p e r A d o e s;

An he r o i c K hi s T o ry, 8 engraved plates, margins

trimmed, slightly browned, new endpapers, modern

antique style gilt panelled calf, g.e., 12mo, T. Astley, J.

Isted and others, 1733. £200 - £300

161. Madox (Thomas) bA r o n i A An g l i c A. An History

of Land-Honors and Baronies, and of Tenure in Capite,

firsT e d i T i o n, engraved title-vignette, head-piece and

initials, old ink inscription at head of title, title stained

at inner margin from lifted paper reinforcing hinge,

modern cloth, folio, Robert Gosling, 1736. £150 - £200

*** Classic treatise by the historian of the Exchequer;

with the 230pp index to his History of the Exchequer

at end.

162. America.- O[nslow] A[rthur] Th e spee c h o f

A-r o-w... AT T h e bAr o f T h e h—se o f p—-r s, u p o n

p r e s e n T i n g T h e Mon e y-b—l s To his M——-y, 14pp.,

half-title, slightly browned, disbound, sm. 4to, for John

Clarke, 1740. £75 - £100

Lot 163

163. Hume (David) essAys, Mo r A l A n d po l i T i c A l,

title with woodcut ornament, d12 with short tear within

text, but with no loss, some spotting or light foxing,

contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, spine ends

chipped, joints cracked, but holding firm, rubbed,

A.Millar and A. Kincaid, 1748. £200 - £300

164. eM b l e M s f o r T h e en T e rTA i n M e n T A n d iM p r o v e M e n T

o f yo u T h, containing Hieroglyphical and Enigmatical

Devices..., engraved frontispiece, title-page, and 62

large illustrations, each containing fifteen or sixteen

circular emblems, printed on rectos only with letterpress

descriptions below, contemporary ink signature at head of

title, a little soiled and stained, first leaf of emblems torn

and slightly defective at lower inner margin (repaired),

another repaired at lower margin, modern vellum-backed

boards, 8vo, R.Ware, [c.1750]. £200 - £300

Lot 165

165. Ayscough (James) A sh o rT Ac c o u n T o f T h e

nAT u r e A n d use o f sp e c TA c l e s, creasing to corners,

stiched as issued in contemporary wrappers, later typed

label to upper cover, lower cover with ink ownership

inscriptions, some loss to spine and corners, creased,

8vo, Edinburgh, no printer, 1751. £100 - £150

*** This edition not recorded by ESTC.




166. Foulis.- Child (Sir Joshua) A ne w di s c o u r s e o f

Tr A d e: wh e r e i n A r e re c o M M e n d e d se v e r A l we i g h T y

po i n T s; fifth edition, browning to title margins,

occasional spotting, contemporary speckled calf, gilt,

joints split, spine ends and corners worn, rubbed,

[Gaskell 185], Glasgow, Robert and Andrew Foulis,

1751 § Hutcheson (Francis) A Short Introduction to

Moral Philosophy, in three books; Containing the

elements of Ethicks and the Law of Nature, second

edition, lacking final blank, a few spots, modern calf,

gilt spine in compartments, [Gaskell 259], Glasgow,

Robert & Andrew Foulis, 1753, 8vo (2) £300 - £400


Lot 167

167. Fielding (Henry) AM e l i A, 4 vol., firsT e d i T i o n,

vol. I N12 last f. blank, vol. II advertisement f. at end of

vol. II, vol. I wormholes in mostly in margins, slightly

browned, contents shaken, ink library nos. on front

pastedowns, contemporary calf, gilt, edges and spines a

little rubbed, red morocco labels on spine, a handsome

set, [Rothschild 853], 12mo, for A. Millar, 1752.

£400 - £600

168. [Victor (Benjamin)] Th e wi d o w o f T h e wo o d, firsT

e d i T i o n, half-title, slightly browned, contemporary calf,

gilt spine, red morocco label, a good copy, C. Corbett,

1755 § [Oldmixon (John)] The History of Addresses,

vol. I (only of 2), firsT e d i T i o n, some ink annotations

and underlinings, new endpapers, modern calf-backed

boards, [Teerink-Scouten 1002], 1709 § Fielding (Sir

John) The Universal Mentor, contemporary calf, red

morocco label, lacks tail of spine, for A. Millar, 1763;

and 6 others, v.s., v.d. (9). £200 - £300

169. [Hanway (Jonas)] A J o u r n A l o f e i g h T d Ay s

J o u r n e y f r o M po rT s M o u T h To Ki n g s T o n u p o n Th A M e s;

through Southampton, Wiltshire, &c...To which is

added, An Essay on Tea, Considered as pernicious

to Health, obstructing Industry, and impoverishing

the Nation, 2 parts in 1, firsT e d i T i o n, 2 engraved

frontispieces, offsetting, lightly browned, occasional

spotting or foxing, contemporary calf, sympathetically

rebacked, corners repaired, by H. Woodfall, 1756

§ Hentzner (Paul) A Journey into England. By Paul

Hentzner, in the year M.D.XC.VIII, [one of 220 copies],

title with engraved vignette and a neat contemporary

ink ownership inscription, a few light marks, modern

mottled calf, gilt, [Hazen 2], Strawberry Hill, 1757, 4to

& 8vo (2) £150 - £200

170. Richard III.- G. (F.W.) An An s w e r To Mr. ho r A c e

wA l p o l e’s l AT e wor K, en T i T l e d hisToric dou b T s o n

T h e rei g n A n d life o f Kin g ric h A r d T h e Thi r d, halftitle,

B. White, 1768 bound with Parkin (Charles) An

Impartial Account of the Invasion under William Duke

of Normandy, lacks A1 (?blank), slightly foxed, for

Thomas Trye, 1756, slightly browned, bookplate of

George Pearkes Barclay on front pastedown, original

vellum-backed boards, corners bumped, spine slightly

soiled, sm. 4to. £80 - £120

171. Jones (Rowland) Th e ph i l o s o p h y o f wo r d s,

firsT e d i T i o n, slightly browned, disbound, 8vo, by John

Hughes, 1769. £100 - £150

172. Campbell (John) A po l i T i c A l su rv e y o f briTAin,

2 vol., firsT e d i T i o n, half-titles, some foxing and light

browning, endpapers loose, contemporary half calf

over marbled boards, rubbed, joints and spines worn,

lacking one label, for the author, 1774 § Muralt (Béat

Louis de) Letters on the English and French Nations,

2 vol., vol. I hinge broken, browned, ink signature of

James Dennistoune on front free endpaper, 2 engraved

bookplates and a bookticket on front pastedown,

contemporary calf, edges a little rubbed, gilt spines,

rubbed, for J. Brindley and others, 1747; and 6 others,

editions of Letters, 8vo & 4to (10) £100 - £150

173. Chesterfield (Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of)

le T T e r s... To h i s s o n, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o n, engraved

frontispiece, half-titles, vol. I title offset, slightly

browned, engraved bookplates of Charles Bosanquet

on front pastedowns, vol. I hinges a little weak, later

half morocco, gilt, spines slightly dulled, [Rothschild

596], 4to, J. Dodsley, 1774. £100 - £150

174. Johnson (Samuel).- Jo h n s o n i A n A; o r, A co l l e c T i o n

o f bo n Mo T s, &. b y dr. Jo h n s o n, A n d oT h e r s firsT

e d i T i o n, inner margin of title repaired, name on front

paste-down, nineteenth-century red cloth, rubbed, 8vo,

For J. Ridley (et al.), 1776. £300 - £400

Lot 175

175. Angell (John) sT e n o g r A p h y; o r, sh o rT-h A n d

iM p r o v e d, fourth edition, advertisement leaf at

beginning, engraved title with decorative border and

21 plates, lightly soiled and browned, old library label

on front pastedown, contemporary calf, a little worn,

upper cover detached, 8vo, M.Angell..., [c.1787].

£150 - £200

Lot 176

176. Wordsworth (William).- Th e eu r o p e A n

MA g A z i n e, A n d lo n d o n re v i e w, vol.11, engraved

vignette title and plates, front pastedown with booklabel

of ‘G.Newcombe’s Circulating Library and News

Room, 12 Edgecumbe-Street, Stonehouse’, occasional

spotting, some offsetting, antique style half calf over

contemporary marbled boards, 8vo, January - June,

1787. £500 - £700

*** wi l l i A M wo r d s w o rT h’s firsT A p p e A r A n c e in p r i n T.

The March issue contains ‘Sonnet, on Seeing Miss

Helen Maria Williams weep at a Tale of Distress’

(p.202), signed ‘Axiologus’. The sonnet was never

collected by Wordsworth, but appeared later in the 1904

Oxford edition of the Poetical Works.

Lot 177

177. Education and the Poor.- Brownlow (Lord

Bishop of Winchester) A s e r M o n p r e A c h e d in T h e

c AT h e d r A l c h u r c h o f sT. pA u l, lo n d o n: o n Th u r s d Ay,

Ju n e 10, 1790. be i n g T h e T iM e o f T h e y e A r ly M e e T i n g

o f T h e c h i l d r e n e d u c AT e d in T h e c h A r i T y-s c h o o l s, in

A n d A b o u T T h e c i T i e s o f lo n d o n A n d we s T M i n s T e r,

occasional water-staining or spotting, contemporary

wrappers, spine ends and corners chipped, stained and

slightly faded, Ann Rivington, 1790; and a 19th century

‘Covenants of an Indenture of Apprenticeship...for

Apprentices of the City of London, 4to (2) £100 - £150

*** The first mentioned SPCK publication includes

a list of the Charity schools, a catalogue of books

dispersed to the schools, lists of the clothing allowance

to those in work-houses and preachers in the Society,

and details of missions to the Scillies, East India and

the Isle of Man.




178. [Combe (William)] wo r d in se A s o n, to the

Traders and Manufacturers, firsT e d i T i o n, s e c o n d issue,

24pp, contemporary marble paper wrappers, some

slight browning and foxing in places, [Kress, B2267],

Birmingham, 1792 § [Priestly (Joseph)] Thoughts on

the Late Riot at Birmingham, 52pp, upper margin of

title missing, manuscript date next to title, disbound,

John Sewell, 1791 § [Lysons (Samuel)] An Account of

the Remains of a Roman Villa uncovered at Bignor, 37

pp, 7 engraved illustrations, blue/grey paper wrappers,

1820, 8vo (3) £150 - £200


Lot 179

179. Minerva Press.- Young (Edward) ni g h T

Th o u g h T s, o n life, de AT h, A n d iM M o r A l iT y , firsT

Mi n e r vA pr e s s e d i T i o n, engraved frontispiece, lightly

offsetting onto title, contemporary speckled calf, richly

gilt flat spine in compartments and with a red morocco,

label, rubbed at extremities, lightly marked covers, a

very good copy, 12mo, for William Lane at the Minvera

Press, 1793. £100 - £150

*** Provenance: Nightingale House Boarding School

(18th century prize inscription to front paste-down);

J.Hornsby Wright (bookplate).

Lot 180

180. Radcliffe (Ann) Th e Mys T e r i e s o f udo l p h o, A

ro M A n c e, firsT e d i T i o n, 4 vol., 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 el i z A b e T h oAT e s, half-titles, vol. II lacks

last f. (blank), vol. II half-title, title and B1 stained at

tail, slightly browned, 19th century cloth-backed boards,

rubbed, vol. I covers working loose, vol. II lower cover

working loose, preserved in a modern drop-back box,

[Rothschild 1701], 12mo, G.G. and J. Robinson, 1794.

£800 - £1,200

Lot 181

181. Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas

Caritat, Marquis de) ou T l i n e s o f A n h i s T o r i c A l v i e w

o f T h e p r o g r e s s o f T h e h u M A n M i n d: b e i n g A p o s T h u M o u s

w o r K o f T h e l AT e M. d e co n d o r c e T, engraved portrait

frontispiece, half-title, lacking final blank, partially

erased contemporary ink signature to head of title,

causing 2 very small holes, lightly browned, occasional

foxing or spotting, modern calf-backed marbled boards,

spine gilt and with red leather label, spine slightly

faded, Philadelphia, Lang and Ustick for M. Carey

[&c.], 1796. £120 - £180

182. Plays.- Kratter (Franz) Th e MA i d o f MA r i e n u r g,

A dr A M A , ink inscription on B1, W. Treppass, 1798

bound with Goethe (Johann Wolfgang von) Stella, ink

signature on half-title, for Hookham and Carpenter,

1798 bound with Goetz of Berlichingen, with the Iron

Hand, translated by William Scott, half-title, for J. Bell,

1799, together 3 works in 1 vol., slightly browned, later

half calf, 8vo. £80 - £120

Lot 183

183. Dallas (R.C.) Au b r e y: A no v e l, 4 vol., firsT

e d i T i o n, all but vol. II half-titles, vol. IV G10 small

burnhole in margin, some foxing and browning,

bookplates of Thomas Hammond Foxcroft on front

pastedowns, contemporary half calf, joints rubbed, gilt

spines, slightly rubbed and creased, an attractive set,

[Summers p. 237], 12mo, 1804 £750 - £1,000

Lot 184

184. Trials.- Th e Tr i A l o f go v e r n o r pi c T o n f o r

hAv i n g MA l i c i o u s ly A n d w iT h A vi e w To oppress

lo u i s A cA l d e r o n... in T h e is l A n d o f Tr i n i d A d, b y

in f l i c T i n g T h e To rT u r e o n h e r, engraved frontispiece,

1806 bound with [Overbury (Sir Thomas)] A True and

Perfect Account of the Examination, Confession, Trial,

Condemnation and Execution of Joan Perry, and her

two Sons, John and Richard Perry, for the Supposed

Murder of Will. Harrison, for John Atkinson, [c. 1750]

bound with Gurney (Joseph) The Whole Proceedings

on the Trial of an Indictment against Thomas Walker

of Manchester, Merchant [& others], errata f. at end,

lacks A1 (?blank), 1794 bound with Durbin (Henry) A

Narrative of Some Extraordinary Things that Happened

to Mr. Richard Giles’s Children, at the Lamb... Bristol;

Supposed to be the Effect of Witchcraft, by the Late

Mr. Henry Durbin, Chymist, title slightly creased and

soiled, Bristol, R. Edwards, 1800, first mentioned bound

last, slightly browned, later endpapers, later half calf,

8vo. £150 - £200

185. Juvenile.- pA s T o r A l s in pr o s e o r, Mo r A l TA l e s,

f o r T h e AM u s e M e n T o f yo u T h, half-title, A3 tear, p. 29

corner torn away, slightly browned, ink inscription by

Georgina Gell 1807 on front pastedown, hinges a little

weak, original roan-backed boards, rubbed, lacks part

of spine, 12mo, by John Marshall, n.d. [?1807].

£75 - £100





Lot 186

186. Wilberforce (William) A le T T e r o n T h e Ab o l i T i o n

o f T h e sl Av e Tr A d e, firsT e d i T i o n, half-title and final

leaf soiled, staining to upper outer corner of first half of

volume M4 torn and repaired (partly with old stitching

to margin), modern cloth, [Goldsmiths’ 19504; Kress

B.5282; PMM 232; Sabin 103953], 8vo, 1807.

£200 - £300

Lot 187

187. Transformation.- wh AT p o w e r c A n T h i s M y b l e s s

d i s T r o y T h AT h A s so M A n y b A g g e s in s T o r e vA i n M e n

f o r b e A r T h i s f l AT r i n g J o y Tu r n do w n A n d y o u sh A l l

Mi n d Me Mo r e..., 119 x 75mm, lower panel trimmed

at left-hand edge, touching part of each initial on the 8

lines of poem, but with no loss of sense of text, No. 28

Hay Market, scarce, 1808. £80 - £120

Lot 188

188. 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, third edition, part of vol. 9 of Bentley’s

Standard Novels series, engraved frontispiece and

additional vignette title, foxed and browned, ink

signature of William Moore on recto of frontispiece,

lacks endpapers, contemporary half calf, rubbed,

rebacked, [Sadleir 3734a; Wolff 6280a], 8vo, Henry

Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1831. £700 - £1,000

*** With a new introduction (pp. v-xii) by Mary


189. [Gleig (G.R.)] Th e ch r o n i c l e s o f wA lT h A M, 3 vol,

firsT e d i T i o n, lacking half titles, contemporary half calf

over marbled boards, gilt, rubbed at extremities, [Wolff,

2572], 1835 § Head (Sir George) A Home Tour through

the Manufacturing Districts of England, in the summer

of 1835, 2 vol, firsT e d i T i o n, map frontispiece to vol.

2, contemporary half calf over marbled boards, gilt,

rubbed at extremities, bookplates, 1836-37, 8vo (5)

£200 - £300

190. [Shelley (Mary)] lo d o r e. By the Author

of “Frankenstein”, half-title, foxed and browned,

bookticket of Roger Senhouse on front pastedown and

with his pecil notes, original morocco-backed boards,

gilt spine, slightly faded, 8vo, Brussels, 1835.

£100 - £150

*** Published in the same year as the first Continental


191. Byron (George Gordon Noek, Lord) Th e

po e T i c A l wo r K s, 6 vol., engraved portrait, endpapers

lightly foxed, bookplate of Thomas Sebastian Bazley,

contemporary green morocco, gilt, by Hayday, spines

gilt, g.e., a little rubbed at edges, small chip to head of

one spine, 8vo, 1855. £150 - £200

192. Symonds (John Addington) Th e es c o r i A l. A

pr i z e po e M..., Bradley Martin copy with bookplate with

bookplate in box, slightly browned, original printed

wrappers, in a later cloth box, 8vo, Oxford, 1860.

£150 - £200

193. sT o c K ex c h A n g e in T h e ye A r 1900 (Th e), A

so u v e n i r, Édition de Luxe, numerous plates and

photogravure portraits, tissue-guards, contemporary

morocco, gilt, metal and corners, lacking upper

clasp, upper joint repaired, rubbed, 4to, [c.1900].

£150 - £200

194. Hobhouse (Emily) Th e br u n T o f T h e wA r A n d

w h e r e iT fell, plates, folding map, 40pp. catalogue at

end, half-title with South African stamp of the author

pasted in and trace of ink inscription (erased), original

cloth, a little marked, spine ends a little worn, 1902 §

Keynes (John Maynard) How to Pay for the War, original

boards, a little stained, spine faded, 1940 § Lytton

(Constance) and Jane Warton. Prisons & Prisoners:

Some Personal Experiences, portrait frontispiece (loose),

16pp. catalogue at end, original cloth, spine faded and

slightly worn at ends, split to lower joint, 1914 § Sanders

(W.Stephens) Early Socialist Days, original cloth-backed

boards, paper label on upper cover and spine (the latter

creased), Hogarth Press, 1927 § St. John (J.A.) The

Education of the People, original cloth, spine faded,

1858, firsT e d i T i o n s, all a little rubbed; and 2 others, 8vo

(7) £150 - £200

*** The first is a critical account of the British conduct

during the Boer War by a campaigner for better

conditions in the concentration camps. The third is

by Lady Constance Lytton, a militant suffragette and

campaigner for women’s rights under the pseudonym

of Jane Warton, who was partially paralysed as the

result of a stroke suffered whilst being force fed.

Lot 195

195. Swinburne (Algernon Charles) Th e po e M s , 6 vol.,

1904; The Tragedies, 5 vol., 1905-6, n u M b e r s 49 & 89

o f 110 s e T s o n l A r g e pA p e r respectively, contemporary

half dark green morocco, gilt, t.e.g., others uncut, a fine

set, 1904-1905. £600 - £800

Lot 196

196. Wadsworth (Edward).- Windeler (Bernard)

sA i l i n g-sh i p s A n d bArges o f T h e wesTern Me d i T e r r A n e A n A n d AdriATic se A s, number 310 of 450

copies, copper-engraved title, map, head- & tail-pieces

and 17 plates by Edward Wadsworth, most delicately

hand-coloured, light foxing to endpapers, original

linen-backed pictorial cloth, gilt, uncut, spine very

slightly soiled, board slip-case with paper label ( a little

rubbed and faded), small folio, printed at the Curwen

Press for Etchells & Macdonald, 1926. £300 - £400




197. Homer. Th e od y s s e y, [translated by T.E.Lawrence],

one of 530 copies, designed by Bruce Rogers and printed

on pale grey paper, title-vignette and head-pieces after

Greek vase paintings printed as roundels in black on

gold, cracks to upper hinge, original black morocco,

spine titled in gilt and with seven raised bands, t.e.g.,

others uncut, very slightly rubbed at edges, a few

scratches to lower cover, [Blumenthal p.128-134], 4to,

printed and published by Sir Emery Walker, Wilfred

Merton and Bruce Rogers, 1932. £1,000 - £1,500

*** “In the Odyssey, with complete sincerity, without

tricks or accessory decoration, with a classic austerity

akin to the timeless proportions of the Parthenon, with

only type and paper and ink, with consummate skill,

Rogers created a masterpiece.” Blumenthal p.134


Lot 197

198. Churchill (W.S.) Th e se c o n d wo r l d wA r, 6 vol.,

firsT e d i T i o n s, illustrations, original cloth, dust-jackets,

spines faded and slightly browned, ownership inscription

to front endpapers, 1948-1954 § Williams (Frederick

S.) Our Iron Roads, sixth edition, illustrations, original

decorated cloth, slightly rubbed, 1885, 8vo (7)

£100 - £150

Lot 199

199. Poulson (John) Th e pr i c e: The Autobiography

of John Poulson, Architect, firsT e d i T i o n, illustrations,

original boards, dust-jacket, spine very slightly faded,

8vo, 1981. £200 - £300

*** Autobiography of the notorious architect and

businessman who was the instigator of a major political

scandal in the 1970s and who was sent to prison for

corruption, precipitating the resignation of the Home

Secretary at the time, Reginald Maudling. One of only

a few copies in circulation as the entire print run was

withdrawn and pulped before publication due to the

threat of legal action.

Lot 200

200. Auden (Wystan Hugh) po e M s , firsT T r A d e e d i T i o n,

w iT h A n A.l.s f r o M T h e A u T h o r loosely inserted, original

printed wrappers, spine and edges darkened, chipped,

housed in a later cloth drop-back box, [Bloomfield A2],

small 4to, 1930. £250 - £350

*** The letter from Auden is declining an invitation

to speak at Cornell University on Worsdworth and is

written from New York City.

❦ Modern First Editions

Lot 201

201. Cockerell (Sydney).- Webb (Mary) fi f T y-on e

po e M s , wood-engraved illustrations by Joan Hassall,

original cloth, spine faded, dust-jacket, browned and

chipped at head, 1947 § Young (Andrew) Collected

Poems, wood-engraved illustrations by Joan Hassall,

original cloth, dust-jacket, spine slightly darkened,

1950, 8vo (2) £150 - £200

*** Includes 2 A.Ls.s. from Sydney Cockerell writing

to an Eric Chamberlain advising him ‘to start collecting

the wood engravings of my friend Joan Hassall, who

is a genius’. He goes on to recommend he start with the

present two volumes.

Lot 202

202. Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) Th e ho u n d o f T h e

bA s K e rv i l l e s, firsT s e pA r AT e e d i T i o n, 15 plates by

Sidney Paget only (of 16), small blind-stamp on front

fly-leaf, original gilt- & black-pictorial cloth, skillfully

rebacked, preserving original backstrip, spine a little

faded, 8vo, 1902. £150 - £200





Lot 203

203. Durrell (Lawrence) [Th e Al e x A n d r i A Qu A rT e T],

4 vol., comprising: Justine, spine a little faded, jacket

with surface soiling, chipped at spine ends and corners,

upper joint a little split at base, 1957; Balthazar, a

little rubbed, later issue jacket browned at spine, 1958;

Mountolive, jacket with small chip to head, 1958; Clea,

jacket spine dulled, 1960, firsT e d i T i o n s, original cloth,

dust-jackets, 8vo. £400 - £600

Lot 204

204. Fleming (Ian) A co M p l e T e se T o f T h e JA M e s bo n d

no v e l s, 14 vol., firsT e d i T i o n s, comprising: Casino

Royal, 1953; Live and Let Die, 1954; Moonraker, 1955;

Diamonds are Forever, 1956; From Russia, With Love,

1957; Dr. No, 1958; Goldfinger, 1959; For Your Eyes

Only, 1960; Thunderball, 1961; The Spy Who Loved

Me, 1962; On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, 1963;

You Only Live Twice, 1964; The Man with the Golden

Gun, 1965; Octopussy and the Living Daylights, 1966,

uniformly bound in half navy morocco, gilt, t.e.g., 8vo

£3,000 - £4,000

205. Greene (Graham) ye s A n d no A n d for who M

T h e bel l chiM e s , n u M b e r 56 o f 750 c o p i e s s i g n e d b y

T h e A u T h o r,1983; The Great Jowett, n u M b e r 96 o f 525

c o p i e s s i g n e d b y T h e A u T h o r, 1981, both in original

cloth, transparent dust-jackets § Conrad (Joseph)

Conrad’s Manifesto Preface to a Career, one of 1000

copies, printed in red and black, portrait frontispiece

by Leonard Baskin, plates, original marbled boards,

slip-case, Northampton, Mass., Gehenna Press, 1966 §

Wouk (Herman) The Hope, n u M b e r 269 o f 300 c o p i e s

s i g n e d b y T h e A u T h o r, original cloth, slip-case, Boston

etc., 1993, 8vo & 4to (4) £150 - £200

Lot 206

206. Isherwood (Christopher) go o d b y e To berlin, firsT

e d i T i o n, light spotting to endpapers and half-title, original

cloth, spine browned, dust-jacket, designed by Humphrey

Spender, slight restoration to spine ends and fore-edge

corners, light marking to back panel, overall a very good

copy, 8vo, Hogarth Press, 1939. £1,000 - £1,500

Lot 208

Lot 207

207. Lawrence (D.H.) Th e escAped co c K, firsT e d i T i o n,

number 449 of 500 copies, colour frontispiece and

illustrations by the author, original wrappers, glacine

dust-jacket, section missing from head of lower panel,

marbled board slipcase, a few splits, [Roberts A50a],

a very good copy, Paris, The Black Sun Press, 1929;

and 2 others, Modern First Editions, including a signed

Lawrence Durrell, 8vo (3) £200 - £300

208. Rowling (J.K.) hA r ry poT T e r A n d T h e deAT h ly

hA l l o w s, firsT e d i T i o n, s i g n e d A n d d e d i c AT e d b y T h e

A u T h o r “To Georgie” on title, with dated hologram

sticker at top, numbered printed invitation and

accompanying printed bag from the event, original

pictorial boards, spine slightly bumped at base, dustjacket,

a near-fine copy, 8vo, 2007. £1,000 - £1,500

*** One of the copies signed for the Natural History

Museum Moonlight Signing publication day event,

20th July 2007.





Lot 209

209. Africa.- Cauche (François) A vo yA g e To

MA d A g A s c A r, T h e A d J A c e n T is l A n d s, A n d co A s T o f

Af r i c K, firsT e d i T i o n in en g l i s h, drophead title, some

foxing, modern calf-backed marbled boards, 4to, 1710.

£250 - £300

*** ‘Also issued as part of ‘A new collection of voyages

and travels’, London 1708-10, reissued London 1711;

compiled by John Stevens.’ (ESTC)

Lot 210

210. -. Stanley (Henry M.) ho w i fo u n d li v i n g s T o n e,

firsT AM e r i c A n e d i T i o n, maps and illustrations, original

green decorated cloth, hinges starting to crack, slightly

rubbed, contemporary ownership signature to half-title,

8vo, New York, 1872. £150 - £200

❦ Travel & Topography

Lot 211

211. Austria.- [Cöckelberghe-Dützele (G.R.W. von)],

“Realis”. cu r i o s i T ä T e n- u n d Me M o r A b i l i e n-le x i c o n

v o n wi e n, edited by Anton Köhler, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o n,

wood-engraved pictorial titles and illustrations,

original cloth, spines gilt and very slightly faded, a very

good copy, 8vo, Vienna, 1846. £150 - £200

Lot 212

212. Delamarche (Felix) AT l A s d e l A gé o g r A p h i e

An c i e n n e e T Mo d e r n e..., large folding engraved plate

and 32 engraved maps hand-coloured in outline, one

or two folding, the rest double-page, light foxing and

soiling, mostly marginal, becoming loose, a little frayed

at corners, contemporary calf-backed paste-paper

boards, worn, lacking backstrip, covers detached, 4to,

Paris, [1824]. £150 - £200

Lot 213

213. Egypt.- Bruce (James) Tr Av e l s To di s c o v e r T h e

so u r c e o f T h e ni l e, 5 vol., firsT e d i T i o n, titles with

engraved medallions, 55 engraved plates and plans

(including 3 battle plans with keys), 1 (of 3) folding

maps, 4 plates of Ethiopic dialects, 2C2 in vol.1

with repaired tear, no loss of text, a few stains, but

generally clean, contemporary half calf, gilt spines in

compartments and with black and red leather labels,

a few joints splitting, rubbed, [Blackmer 221], 4to,

Edinburgh, J. Ruthven for G.G.J. and J. Robinson,

1790. £1,200 - £1,400

*** A good set of a monumental work. The plates,

mostly Natural History studies, also include maps,

antiquities, artefacts and plans of monuments.

Lot 214

214. Eastern Europe.- Browne (Edward) A br i e f

Ac c o u n T o f s o M e Tr Av e l s in hu n g A r i A, se rv iA ,

bu l g A r i A..., firsT e d i T i o n, lacking initial blank and

errata leaf at end but with advertisement leaf at end, 9

engraved plates, 4 double-page, woodcut illustration,

contemporary ink inscription at head of title, a little

soiled and browned, light staining to centre of doublepage

plates and some torn at fold, contemporary half

calf, rebacked, rubbed, corners worn, [Wing B5110],

small 4to, by T.R. for Benj.Tooke, 1673. £250 - £350

215. France.-Nash (Frederick) pi c T u r e s Q u e vi e w s o f T h e

ciTy o f pA r i s A n d iTs en v i r o n s, 50 engraved plates only

of 57, half-title, slightly foxed and browned, contemporary

half morocco, rubbed, corners and edges rubbed, 4to,

1820; sold not subject to return. £150 - £200

Lot 216

216. Indian Military Trials.- Mi n u T e s o f A co u rT MA rT i A l

o n MA J o r Ke n n y, presenTATion c o p y f r o M T h e d e f e n d A n T,

title with a few small ink marks, final f. with 2 marginal

holes, 1811 b o u n d w iT h Minutes of the Proceedings of a

General Court-Martial, holden at Bangalore, on the 10th

of January, 1810. on Major Joseph Storey, of the 1st

Battalion of the 19th Regt. of native Infantry, late Senior

Officer Commanding Masulipatam, half-title, with final f.

of verdict and sentencing, 2pp. advertisements of Indian

related books at end, contemporary ms. list of presiding

officers of the court martial to verso of title, 1810 b o u n d

w iT h A Letter from a Gentleman High in Office at Madras

upon the Late Discontents in that Presidency containing

Comments on the Principal Transactions of Sir George

Barlow’s Government, half-title, 1810, occasional

spotting, contemporary half norocco, spine gilt, rubbed,

8vo. £250 - £350

*** An interesting sammelband of scarce works on

India, including two trials. The trials are particularly

scarce with no copy of the first work found on COPAC;

the second being found at Cambridge only.





Lot 217

217. Italy.- [Martyn (Thomas)] Th e ge n T l e M A n’s

gu i d e in h i s To u r T h r o u g h iTA ly , firsT e d i T i o n, folding

engraved map, a little foxed, bookplate of Edward

Cheney on front pastedown, contemporary half calf, by

Bevan, rubbed, label removed from foot of spine, 8vo,

G.Kearsley, 1787. £200 - £300

Lot 218

218. Lavoisne (C.V.) lAv o i s n e’s co M p l e T e

ge n e A l o g i c A l, hi s T o r i c A l, ch r o n o l o g i c A l, A n d

ge o g r A p h i c A l AT l A s, 64 hand-coloured double-page

engraved maps and letterpress tables (25 maps, 39

tables) mounted on stubs, with 2 additional Appendix

leaves to nos.15/16 and 47, dedication to H.R.H.

Princess Charlotte of Wales signed at foot by the

publisher, a little browning and offsetting but generally

clean and bright, very slight worming to fore-edge of

title and a few preliminaries, light water-staining to

lower outer corner of some leaves, old ink inscription to

front free endpaper, upper hinge broken, contemporary

mottled calf with elaborate gilt-tooled borders and

Prince of Wales feathers, g.e., rubbed, rebacked, a little

worn, folio, J. Barfield, 1814. £400 - £600

Mi d d l e eA s T

Lot 219

219. Malta.- Villeneuve-Bargemont (Le Vicomte L.-

F. de) Mo n u M e n s d e s gr A n d s-MAiTres d e l’or d r e d e

sA i n T-Je A n d e JerusAleM, o u v u e s d e s To M b e A u x éléves

A JérusAleM, A pT o l é M A i s. A rh o d e s, A MA lT e, eTc., 2

vol., firsT e d i T i o n, half-titles, lithographed additional

pictorial titles and 81 plates, 16 folding, some foxing or

spotting, heavier in places, modern maroon calf-backed

marbled boards, spines gilt and with double black

morocco labels, large 8vo, Paris, 1829. £500 - £700

*** The scarce first edition of this important work

on the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, who have

been associated with the Island of Malta, and indeed

The Mediterranean, from 1530; defending it in 1565

and later losing it in 1798 to an act of subterfuge by

Napoleon Bonaparte.

Lot 220

220. Lawrence (T.E.) Th e di A ry, [one of 56 copies],

original cream wrappers, housed in a modern black

morocco-backed cloth drop-back box, [O’Brien A195],

8vo, Garden City, New York, 1937. £500 - £700

*** A near fine copy of this Lawrence rarity. The

Diary was kept by the author while journeying through

Northern Syria during 1911. It was not published during

Lawrence’s lifetime, but posthumously in a limited

edition of 203 copies by the Corvinus Press in 1937. The

present edition, like the previous, was commissioned

by A.W. Lawrence in order to secure U.S. copyright.

Lot 221

221. Lawrence (T.E.) An essAy o n fl e c K e r, firsT

AM e r i c A n e d i T i o n, [o n e o f 56 c o p i e s], original cream

wrappers, housed in a black morocco-backed cloth

drop-back box, [O’Brien A199], 8vo, Garden City, New

York, 1937. £400 - £600

*** A fine copy of this T.E. Lawrence rarity. A limited

edition of this work on James Elroy Flecker, the English

Poet and Middle Eastern traveller, was produced by

the Corvinus Press in 1937, with an American edition

commissioned in the same year by the author’s brother

A.W. Lawrence in order to secure American copyright.

At the end of his career Flecker was Vice-Consul at

Beirut, where his friendship with Lawrence developed.

Lot 222

222. Mouradja d’Ohsson (Ignace de) TA b l e A u

gé n é r A l d e l’eM p i r e oT h o M o n, vol. 1-3 (of 7), firsT

o c TAv o e d i T i o n, half-titles to vol.2 and 3, engraved

vignette title to vol.1, engraved frontispieces to vol.2

and 3, 2 engraved plates, vol.2 water-staining to lower

margins, heavier to frontispiece and title, some spotting

throughout, modern speckled half calf, spines gilt,

[Atabey 847; this edition not in Blackmer], 8vo, Paris,

de l’Imprimerie de Monsieur, 1788-1790 [3rd vol. dated

‘M. DCC. LXL’]. £120 - £180

*** Scarce. A fourth vol. was published in 1791 and the

work was completed with 3 other vol. in 1824.

Provenance: Sefik E. Atabey (book labels).

Sold Sotheby’s 29th May, 2002, lot 839.





Lot 223

223. Rosenmüller (Ernst Friedrich Karl) An s i c h T e n

v o n pA l ä s T i n A, 3 parts in 1, 36 engraved plates,

occasional foxing, marginal water-stain to left lower

corner, contemporary half sheep, rubbed, spine gilt, red

and green morocco labels, oblong folio, Leipzig, [1810-

14]. £800 - £1,200

Lot 224

224. Oceania.- Byron (George Anson) vo yA g e o f

h.M.s. bl o n d e To T h e sA n d w i c h is l A n d s in T h e ye A r s

1824-1825, folding aquatint frontispiece, 12 plates (8

aquatints), folding map and a plan of the Great Volcano

of Peli, frontispiece misfolded, small tear to title in inner

margin, some browning and foxing, contemporary half

calf, slightly rubbed, gilt spine, [Abbey, Travel 597],

4to, 1826. £600 - £800

Lot 225

225. Switzerland.- Al b u M o f T r A d i T i o n A l c o s T u M e s

f r o M vA r i o u s cA n T o n s, depicting young maidens from 14

different Cantons, each identified below, watercolours

with pen and ink, each c.205 x 155mm., slight browning

and occasional spotting and dampstaining, a few with

worm tracks, two with areas of loss, mounted on stiff

card album leaves, plain boards, aeg, outer joints

cracked, 4to, c.1830. £200 - £300

Lot 226

226. -. Cockburn (Major James) sw i s s scen e ry...,

engraved title and 60 plates, slightly foxed and browned,

2ff. working loose, ink signature on fly-leaf, hinges a

little weak, contemporary green morocco, gilt, rubbed,

g.e., 4to, 1820. £150 - £200

Lot 227

227. Turkey.- [Hill (Aaron)] A ge n e r A l hi s T o ry o f T h e

oT T o M A n eM p i r e, third edition, engraved frontispiece of

combined view & plan of the Seraglio and 5 engraved

plates, all with contemporary hand-colouring, some

oxidisation to plates, text a little foxed and browned,

some soiling and staining, frontispiece torn at inner

edge affecting image and crudely repaired, a few small

tears to fore-edge, contemporary half sheep, worn,

upper cover detached, [Atabey 581], folio, Charles

Marsh, 1740. £600 - £800

228. Burlington (Charles) and others. Th e Mo d e r n

un i v e r s A l briTish Tr Av e l l e r, engraved frontispiece,

105 plates and 2 folding maps, one plate also folding,

list of subscribers at end, frontispiece creased and

lightly offset on title, some offsetting from plates,

contemporary mottled calf, rebacked, rubbed, folio, for

J.Cooke, [1780]. £200 - £300

Lot 229

229. Camden (William) br i TA n n i A, s i v e f l o r e n T i s s i M o r u M

r e g n o r u M An g l i A e, sc o T i A e, hi b e r n i A e, eT in s u l A r u M,

firsT illusTrATed e d i T i o n, fine additional engraved title

depicting map of Britain flanked by figures of Neptume

and Ceres, 8 full-page plates of coins, 57 fine engraved

maps by William Kip and William Hole after Norden,

Saxton and Owen, one full-page, one folding, the rest

double-page, a few shaved at edges just into image,

single worm-hole to lower margin of first third of book,

slightly affecting a couple of maps, some side-notes

trimmed on text leaves, occasional foxing and light

staining, but generally clean and crisp, late 17th/early

18th century sheep, gilt with large arms of a cardinal to

covers, rebacked, [STC 4508; Skelton 5], folio, [Eliot’s

Court Press], Impensis Georgii Bishop & Ioannis

Norton, 1607. £2,000 - £3,000

*** A v e ry g o o d c o p y o f T h e firsT e d i T i o n o f cA M d e n’s

w o r K To i n c l u d e A s e r i e s o f c o u n T y M A p s . Apart

from a 1599 set of playing cards this edition includes

the first separate printed representation of several

counties: Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire,

Buckinghamshire, Middlesex, Cambridgeshire,

Huntingdonshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire,

Rutland, Cumberland, Westmorland, the Ridings

of Yorkshire and all the counties of Wales except

Glamorganshire and Pembrokeshire.




230. Cornwall.- Borlase (William) half-title, 5

engraved plates, 3 folding, 1 within text, occasional

spotting, original boards, sympathetically rebacked,

corners worn, some spotting and soiling, 4to, Oxford,

W. Jackson, 1756. £200 - £300

*** A good copy with wide margins.

231. Dorsetshire.- Hutchins (John) Th e hi sT o ry A n d

An T i Q u i T i e s o f T h e co u n T y o f do r s e T, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o n,

engraved folding map, 10 plans (4 folding) and 49 plates

(9 folding), vignette illustrations, offestting, library

stamps, bookplates to vol.1 pastedown, contemporary

calf, covers detached, rather worn, folio, Printed by W.

Bowyer and J. Nichols, 1774. £200 - £300

*** Provenance: William Simonds Higgs; The Vere

Family (bookplates); The Incorporated Law Society,

London (library stamps).


Lot 232

232. Essex.- Taylor (Silas) and Samuel Dale. Th e

hi s T o ry A n d An T i Q u i T i e s o f hA r w i c h A n d do v e r c o u rT,

firsT e d i T i o n, l A r g e pA p e r c o p y, 14 engraved plates (4

folding), bookplate to pastedown, hinges strengthened,

contemporary panelled calf, rebacked, retaining

original labels, rubbed, 4to, Printed for C.Davis in

Pater-noster Row, and T.Green over against the Muse

at Charing-Cross, 1730. £200 - £300

Lot 230

*** The large paper copy is scarce: ESTC lists only 7

other copies.

Provenance: Carton Library (bookplate).

233. Gloucestershire.- Moreau (Simeon) A To u r To

T h e ro yA l spA AT ch e lT e n h A M, half-title, engraved

frontispiece and 3 plates, one folding, a little foxed,

contemporary calf, rubbed, upper cover detached,

spine ends worn, Bath, for the Author by R.Cruttwell,

1789; and another, 8vo (2) £80 - £120

234. Grosley (Pierre Jean) A To u r To lo n d o n; o r, ne w

ob s e rvAT i o n s o n en g l A n d, A n d i T s in h A b i TA n T s, 2 vol,

lacking ?half-title, vol.1 front endpaper loose, occasional

light foxing, occasional notes in a contemporary hand,

bookplates to pastedowns and endpapers, contemporary

half calf, spines gilt, joints cracked but firm, spine

ends repaired, rubbed, Printed for Lockyer Davis, in

Holborn, Printer to the Royal Society, 1772 § Nicolson

(Joseph) and Richard Burn. The History and Antiquities

of the Counties of Westmorland and Cumberland, 2 vol.,

2 engraved folding maps, occasional foxing, bookplate

to pastedowns, contemporary tree-calf, spines rubbed,

joints cracked but firm, corners bumped, Printed for

W.Strahan; and T.Cadell, in the Strand, 1777 § Philipott

(Thomas) Villare Cantianum; or, Kent Surveyed and

Illustrated, second edition, engraved folding map, 2

plates, 1 folding, lacking list of subscribers, bookplate

to pastedown, contemporary tree calf, spine gilt, joints

cracked but firm, spine a little rubbed, Lynn, printed

and sold by W. Whittingham et al., 1776, v.s. (5)

£150 - £200

235. Hertfordshire.- Cooke (W.B. & George)

vie w s o n T h e Th A M e s, additional engraved title and

75 plates, tissue guards, slightly foxed and browned,

contemporary green morocco, gilt, rubbed, g.e., 4to,

1822. £200 - £300

236. Northumberland.- Hutchinson (William) A vi e w

o f no rT h u M b e r l A n d, 2 vol. in 1, firsT e d i T i o n, engraved

portrait, vignette titles, dedication and 23 plates, some

folding, folding letterpress genealogical table, list of

subscribers, engraved illustrations in text, some spotting

and browning, table frayed and reinforced at edges, exlibrary

copy with stamps, later half calf, rubbed, new

spine label, Newcastle, T.Saint for W. Charnley..., 1778

§ Hutchinson (William) The History and Antiquities

of the County Palatine of Durham, 3 vol., 53 engraved

plates, some folding, vignette illustrations, offsetting,

occasional spotting, library stamps, later library cloth,

1785-94; and vol.1 only of Hutchinson’s Cumberland,

4to (5) £120 - £180

237. Scotland.- Johnston (John) in s c r i p T i o n e s

hi s T o r i c A e re g u M sc o T o r u M, 10 fine engraved portraits

within typographic borders, lacks folding plates of

the Royal Arms, some light foxing, ink annotations to

front free endpaper, contemporary vellum, gilt arms to

covers, slightly bowed, [STC 14787], 4to, Edinburgh,

A.Hart [Amsterdam printed], 1602. £150 - £200

Lot 238

238. Shropshire.- Bayliss (J.C.) vi e w s in sh r o p s h i r e,

tinted lithographed title and 18 plates only of 19 (lacks

plate 11 Wenlock Abbey), tissue guards, some staining

and foxing (mostly in margins), new endpapers, original

cloth, gilt, corners and edges bumped and rubbed, new

spine, [not in Abbey or BL], folio, Ironbridge, [1839] -

45. £600 - £800

239. Wales.- [Pugh (Edward)] cA M b r i A de p i c TA:

A To u r T h r o u g h no rT h wA l e s, firsT e d i T i o n,

hand-coloured aquatint frontispiece and 70 plates,

extra-illustrated by the insertion of 3 engravings, 2

lithographs and a hand-coloured aquatint, without

advertisements at end, some foxing, browning and

offsetting, contemporary calf, gilt, corners and edges

rubbed, [Abbey, Scenery 521], 4to, 1816. £400 - £600

Lot 240

240. Worcestershire.- [Nash (Treadway Russell)]

co l l e c T i o n s f o r T h e hi s T o ry o f wo r c e s T e r s h i r e, 2 vol.

& supplement, second edition, large folding engraved

map, 78 engraved plates, 2 engraved dedication ff. and

12 engraved ff. only of 13 (1 supplied in facsimile), vol. II

title with tear, folding map and front free endpaper loose,

a few tears, some browning, staining and offsetting,

vol. II new endpapers, engraved map of Worcestershire

by Morden loosely inserted, contemporary calf, gilt,

rubbed, gilt stamp of Hudson Gurney on covers, vol.

II covers rehinged upside down, rebacked (spines not

matching), folio, for John White, 1799. £400 - £600

*** Hudson Gurney (1775-1864), antiquary and banker.

241. -. Nash (Treadway Russell) co l l e c T i o n s f o r T h e

hi s T o ry o f wo r c e s T e r s h i r e, 2 vol., firsT e d i T i o n, folding

engraved map, engraved title-vignettes, 2 dedication

leaves, 13 engraved facsimile leaves of Domesday

Book and 75 plates and portraits, a few mezzotint,

26 pedigrees (most folding or double-page), lacking

pedigree of Throckmorten, some engraved illustrations,

some light foxing and offsetting but generally a good

clean copy, contemporary mottled calf, gilt, rebacked,

rubbed, folio, London, Oxford & Worcester, 1781-82.

£200 - £300

242. Yorkshire.- Drake (Francis) eb o r A c u M: o r

T h e hi s T o ry A n d An T i Q u i T i e s o f T h e ci T y o f yo r K, 3

engraved folding maps and 69 plates or full-page

illustrations (14 folding), numerous illustrations,

library stamps, contemporary speckled calf, rebacked,

rather worn, new endpapers, Printed by William Bowyer

for the Author, 1736 § Watson (Rev. John) The History

and Antiquities of the Parish of Halifax in Yorkshire,

firsT e d i T i o n, copper-engraved portrait, 8 plates (3

folding) and 4 folding plans, occasional offsetting,

contemporary half calf, joints cracked, rubbed, Printed

for T. Lowndes, 1775, folio & 4to (2) £200 - £300





Lot 243

243. Bellin (Jacques Nicolas) cA rT e ge n e r A l e d e l A

co s T e d e gu i n é e, coastal chart of West Africa, large

decorative title cartouche, upper centre, rhum lines and

6 coastal recognition views, engraved map with handcolouring,

560 x 900mm., vertical folds, a repaired

tear from the left sheet edge, a small loss to upper left

corner, affecting the plate but not the map, pale even

browning, Paris, 1750 § Covens (Jan) and Corneille

Mortier. cA rT e d e l’Af r i Q u e fr A n ç o i s e o u d u se n e g A l,

engraved map with original hand-colouring, 510 x

625mm., central vertical fold, very minor offsetting,

Amsterdam, c.1715; with 2 other 18th century maps of

West Africa, G. Child’s A Map of the kingdoms of Koto,

Popo, Fida or Whidah, and Ardra, 1745, and Bellin’s

Carte de la Haute et de la Basse Guinée, c.1750 (4)

£300 - £500

Lot 244

244. Bonne (Rigobert) cA rT e d e l A gui n é e, the west

coast of Africa from the Cap Verde islands to the Congo,

with inset map of the Gold Coast, after D’Anville,

lower left, title vignette of trees, waterfall, lioness

and crocodile, centre left, engraved map with handcolouring,

455 x 610mm., two vertical folds, Venice, P.

Santini, 1779. £150 - £200

❦ Foreign Maps and Prints

Af r i c A

Lot 245

245. Danckerts (Justus) no v i s s i M A e T pe r f e c T i s s i M A

Af r i c æ d e s c r i p T i o, large vignette title of various

African costume figures, lions and elephant, lower

left, engraved map with original hand-colouring, 500

x 580mm., short repaired split at foot of central vertical

fold, pale even browning, Amsterdam, c.1700.

£300 - £500

Lot 246

246. De l’Isle (Guillaume) in no T i T i A M ec c l e s i A s T i c A M

Af r i c æ TA b u l A ge o g r A p h i c A, North Africa, Spain, Italy

and the Mediterranean islands, engraved map, by John

Senex, with hand-colouring in outline, 490 x 625mm.,

vertical folds, surface dirt, some spotting, browning,

and damp-staining, tears in margins, Amsterdam,

[1714-1730]. £100 - £150

Lot 247

247. D’Anville (J.B.B.) Af r i Q u e p u b l i é e s o u s l e s

A u s p i c e s d e Mo n s e i g n e u r l e du c d’or l é A n s, large

4-sheet map with decorative title cartouche, upper

right, engraved map with original hand-colouring in

outline, joined in upper and lower pairs, the two halves

unjoined, slight browning on central vertical fold, a few

other old folds and handling creases, a small repair to

lower half, upper platemark shaved, not affecting map,

slight surface dust, Paris, 1749. £150 - £200

Lot 248

248. Mercator (Gerard) and Jodocus Hondius.

gu i n e A e no vA de s c r i p T i o, West Africa from Senegal

to south of the Equator, with strapwork inset of the isle

of St Thomas, ships and large strapwork title cartouche

lower centre, engraved map with hand-colouring, 350

x 495mm., French text verso, repaired tear at lower

end of central vertical fold, Amsterdam, c.1630.

£150 - £200

Lot 249

249. Mercator (Gerard) and Jodocus Hondius.

Af r i c æ d e s c r i p T i o; gu i n e A, 2 small maps, the continent

and West Africa, from an English edition of the Atlas

Minor, engraved maps, each c.155 x 200mm., English

text verso with slight show-through, rectos headed

Africke and Guinea, respectively, pale even browning,

Amsterdam, [1637] (2) £150 - £200

Lot 250

250. Mount (J.) and T. Page. Publishers. A ch A rT o f y e

co A s T o f bA r b A ry f r o M cA p e ge e r To cA p e bA J A d o r e,

with A Chart of ye Coast of Barbary from C. Bajadore

to the Golfe of St. Anne, two charts on single sheet, title

cartouches upper right and lower left, north oriented to

the left, engraved charts on one sheet, original outline

colour, 430 x 530mm., split along central vertical fold

extending into image, offsetting, c.1715 § Aa (P van der)

Barbarie, Biledulgerid (autrefois Libye) et une partie du

Pays des Negres, with title cartouche and figures lower

left, engraved map, 265 x 325mm., slight upper and

lower splits to central vertical fold, Amsterdam, c.1729

(2). £120 - £180





Lot 251

251. Robert de Vaugondy (Gilles & Didier) l’Af r i Q u e,

the continent, with 2 further maps of northern and

southern Africa, Barbarie, Egypte, Nigritie, Guinée,

Nubie, Abissinie, and Congo, Cafrerie, respectively, 3

engraved maps with original hand-colouring in outline,

each c.250 x 295mm., central vertical fold, full margins,

Paris, Delamarche, c.1790 (3) £150 - £200

Lot 252

252. Sandrart (Johann Jakob von) Ac c u r AT i s s i M A

T o T i u s Af r i c æ TA b u l A in lu c e M p r o d u c TA, large vignette

title of various African costume figures and animals,

engraved map by Johann Baptist Homann with original

hand-colouring, 490 x 575mm., central vertical fold

with a parallel repaired tear at the lower end, repaired

marginal losses including both upper corners of border

supplied in pen facsimile, Nuremberg, c.1700 § Robert

de Vaugondy (Gilles & Didier) Af r i Q u e d i v i s é e e n

s e s p r i n c i pA u x eM p i r e s e T ro yA u M e s, decorative title

cartouche upper right, text panel to the right side,

engraved map with hand-colouring, 505 x 670mm.,

central vertical fold, some browning and surface

dirt, mostly marginal, a small marginal loss just to

platemark, upper centre, a few short marginal tears,

Paris, Delamarche, c.1795; with a small, mixed, group

of other maps of the continent of Africa, including

Levasseur, Tallis, SDUK (9) £300 - £500

Lot 253

253. Schley (Jakob van) 10 v i e w s o f we s T Af r i c A n

c o A s TA l f o rT s, for Prévost D’Exiles’ Histoire Générale

des Voyages, 8 engravings with hand-colouring, each

c.210 x 285mm., vertical folds, Paris, c.1750; with 2

aquatint views of James Fort, Accra, and Cape Coast

Castle, on the Gold Coast, 1799 and 1818, respectively;

and 10 African costume scenes for Middleton’s

Complete System of Geography, later 18th century

(20) £120 - £180

Lot 254

254. West Africa. A M i x e d g r o u p o f 19T h c e n T u ry

M A p s , including Lieut. William Allen’s chart of the

Quorra and Tchadda, or Niger and Chad, rivers, with

inset recognition views, for the Admiralty, 1837; 5

maps showing British possessions in West Africa

to accompany the Report of Colonel Ord, House of

Commons, 1865; 5 others for Tallis, SDUK, Delamarche

and Williams (11) £150 - £200

AM e r i c A

Lot 255

255. Grierson (George) A dr A u g h T o f ne w yo r K f r o M

T h e ho o K To ne w yo r K To w n , r A r e pirated copy of

Mark Tiddeman’s chart for Seller’s ‘The English Pilot,

The Fourth Book’, north oriented to the right, title panel

upper right, emblematic buildings, compass rose and

rhum lines, engraved map with hand-colouring, 460 x

560mm., slight wear on old folds, loss of c.2mm and

c.5mm to left and right side, respectively, supplied in pen

facsimile, with a few attendant repaired tears, mounted

at sheet edges onto card support, Dublin, ‘at the two

Bibles in Essex Street’, c.1749. £1,500 - £2,000

*** An extremely scarce copy of this rather inaccurate

chart of New York harbour from Sandy Hook to

Westchester, showing Staten Island and a large part of

Long Island. Tiddeman’s original map was first published

by Mount & Page for Seller’s English Pilot in 1737. The

Dublin publisher George Grierson (d.1753) is well known

for his pirated copies, mostly of Moll maps but also of

those by Mount & Page, the relative scarcity of which

makes them much more sought-after than the originals

from which they were re-engraved. Grierson published his

pirated edition of The Fourth Book of The English Pilot,

covering the coasts of North America and the West Indies,

in 1749. It is perhaps worthy of note that, according to

Tooley, the first issue of Tiddeman’s map did not credit

him as cartographer, where the later issue of 1753, after

Grierson’s also uncredited edition appeared, did carry his

name, perhaps to identify and reclaim it.

Lot 256

256. Parry (Lieut. William Edward) After. ch A rT

o f T h e di s c o v e r i e s o f his MA J e s T y’s sh i p s he c l A A n d

gr i p e r in s e A r c h o f A no rT h we s T pA s s A g e, under the

command of Lieut.t Parry in the Years 1819 & 1820,

manuscript copy of the published chart of Parry’s

successful voyage originally issued in 1821 by John

Murray, this sheet encompassing Prince Regent’s Inlet

originally shown on an extension, pen and ink on A.

Cowan & Son Valley Field wove paper, watermarked

1827, on 2 sheets, joined, 350 x 940mm., vertical folds,

repair to a minor split on the central join, a little light

spotting, c.1830. £150 - £200

Lot 257

257. Senex (John) no rT h AM e r i c A co r r e c T e d f r o M

T h e ob s e rvAT i o n s co M M u n i c AT e d ..., large decorative

title cartouche upper left, engraved map with outline

hand-colouring, on 2 sheets, joined, 940 x 655mm,

with imprint of Senex as fellow of the Royal Society,

impression faint in places on the cartouche, horizontal

folds, handling creases, minor tears at edges with some

surface loss, left edge slightly shaved, browning and

damp-staining, 1710. £600 - £800






Lot 258

258. Mercator (Gerard) TA b. vii. As i A e, ex h i b e n s

sc y T h i A M, i n T r A iM A u M so g d i A n A M, bA c T r i A n A M,

hi r c A n i A M, A l i A s Q. As i A e re g i showing indigenous

tribes, animals and sea monster, title cartouche upper

right, engraved map, 350 x 460mm., repair the length

of central vertical fold, with some small areas of loss,

uniform browning, some old underlining in pen, thin

card frame adhered to full margins, Utrecht, Halma,

c.1695; Peregrinatio Israelitaru in Deserto, with inset

view of the encampment of the Israelites, engraved map,

original hand-colouring, 150 x 190mm., French text on

verso, margins trimmed, loss to lower margin extending

just within the platemark, remargined, c.1610; with 5

other maps of the area, engraved maps, 1 with handcolouring,

v.s., some with margins trimmed, a few small

tears, some spotting and browning, 18th - 19th century

(7). £100 - £150

259. Papua New Guinea. A l A r g e Q u A n T i T y o f M i l i TA ry

M A p s o f pA p u A ne w gu i n e A, c.1400 sheets, mostly

duplicates, of c.190 maps, Australian and American

military maps of Papua New Guinea, including Port

Moresby, Lae, the Bismarck Archipelago, rivers,

mountains, lakes and islands, the majority produced

by the War Department, Corps of Engineers, US Army,

Australian Mobile Lithographic Section and Royal

Australian Survey Corps, colour-printed maps, v.s., from

c.560 x 500 mm. to 1030 x 1440mm., various conditions,

some with browning, spotting or dampstaining, some

edges frayed or torn, but many in good condition, 1943-

1968; sold not subject to return (Qty) £200 - £300

eg y p T

Lot 260

260. Covens & Mortier (Publishers) vo yA g e d e s in fA n s

d’is r A e l, dans le Desert depuis leur Partie d’Egypte par

la Mer Rouge jusques au Pays de Canaan, with large

pictoral title cartouche upper right, engraved map, 400

x 475mm., central vertical fold, north oriented to the

lower left corner, old fold along bottom platemark,

some slight spotting and staining, c.1725 § Weigel

(Christoph) Ægyptus Inferior Sive Delta, showing the

Nile Delta, title cartouche with Egyptian coinage lower

left, engraved map, with original hand-colouring, 315

x 405mm., central vertical fold, a few isolated spots,

c.1720; with 5 other maps of Egypt, engraved maps, v.s.,

2 with outline colour, one with spotting and browning,

late 18th - early 19th century (7). £100 - £150

Lot 260a

260a. D’Anville (J.B.B.) eg y p T e no M M é e d A n s le pAy s

Missir, showing the Nile Delta and course of the Nile from

the Mediterranean to Aswan, engraved map, 670 x 410mm.,

central horizontal fold, slight spotting and marginal

browning, 1765; with five other maps of Egypt, by Brué,

R. Bonne, Arrowsmith and others, engraved maps, v.s., with

central horizontal and vertical folds, a few with margins

trimmed, some spotting and one with small isolated stain,

late 18th - early 19th century (6). £100 - £150

Lot 261

261. Homann (Johann) Ae g y p T u s ho d i e r n A, engraved

map with hand-colouring, 585 x 495mm, central

horizontal fold, some minor spotting and browning,

Amsterdam, c.1720 or later. £100 - £150

Lot 262

262. Homann (Heirs of) æg y p T u s ho d i e r n A, detail

along the course of the Nile, with large scenes of

cataracts, pyramids, antiquities, etc, original handcoloured

engraving, views uncoloured, 590 x 490mm.,

central horizontal fold, with full margins, a few isolated

spots mainly outside the platemark, Nuremberg,

c.1720. £120 - £180

Lot 262a

262a. Jansson (Jan) æg y p T u s An T i Q u A, showing the

Nile Delta and course of the Nile, engraved map, 380

x 510mm., central vertical fold, North oriented to

the right, slight spotting and discolouration, c.1670

§ Mercator (gerard) Appendix. III. Tabulae Afr.

Aegyptum Inferiorem Exhibens, with alternative title

and scale strapwork cartouches, engraved map, with

hand-colouring, 250 x 370mm., some marginal tears

and stains, slight spotting and uniform browning,

c.1698 (2) £100 - £150

Lot 263

263. Norden (Frederic Louís) co u r s d u nil; pr e M i e r e

pA rT i e d e l A cA rT e d u c o u r s d u nil, Plates XXVII and

XXVIII from Norden’s Voyage d’Égypte et de Nubie,

the former showing the course of the Nile from the

Delta into Nubia, with north oriented to the bottom, the

latter showing Cairo and the area to the north, engraved

maps, 245 x 795mm. and 415 x 255mm. respectively,

the former with some margins trimmed on or just within

the platemark, this also with some spotting and a few

marginal tears slightly extending into the image, one

repaired, c.1755; with 3 other maps and plans, covering

the Suez Gulf and Mount Sinai, and Alexandria,

engravings, v.s., some slight browning, early 19th

century (5) £80 - £120





eA s T e r n eu r o p e

Lot 264

264. Ortelius (Abraham) dA n i A, from the Coignet

edition of the Epitome, showing Denmark and southern

Sweden, engraved map with original hand-colouring,

90 x 125mm., some oxidisation of pigment lower centre,

Antwerp, c.1605; with 4 small maps of Denmark

and eastern Europe, on 2 sheets from a later English

miniature atlas (3) £150 - £200

Lot 265

265. De Fer (Nicolas) cA rT e d e s eT AT s d e su e d e, d e

dA n n e M A r Q, e T d e po l o g n e s u r l e Me r bAT l i Q u e,

separately titled right sheet, only, of a 2-sheet map, from

Pomerania and the Gulf of Bothnia to Lake Onega and

Smolensk, just before the foundation of St Petersburg,

decorative title cartouche supported by a bear and a

wild horse, lower right, engraved map by H. van Loon,

with original outline hand-colouring, 440 x 350mm.,

slight browning, Paris, 1700 § Seale (Richard William)

A co r r e c T ch A rT o f T h e bA lT i c K o r eA s T se A, f r o M

y e so u n d To pe T e r s b u r g, decorative title cartouche,

compass rose and rhum lines, and inset plan of The

Harbour of Petersburg, from Tindal’s Continuation

of Rapin’s History of England, engraved map, 390

x 485mm., central vertical fold with a few parallel

creases, [1744]; with a coloured plan of the battle at

Prats del Rey in Spain, also from Tindal’s Continuation

of Rapin’s History of England (3) £250 - £350

fr A n c e

Lot 266

266. Levasseur (Victor) A g r o u p o f 17 M A p s f r o M AT l A s

nAT i o n A l il l u s T r é, regional French maps, engravings

hand-coloured in outline, each c.315 x 440mm, hinged

into mounts, minor surface dirt and tears, only affecting

margins, [c.1850-1870] (17). £100 - £150

Lot 267

267. Rizzi-Zannoni (G.A.) lA fr A n c e, divisee pA r

go u v e r n e M e n T s MiliTAire, showing France, divided by

region, large decorative cartouche upper left, engraved

map, with original hand-colouring, 320 x 530mm.,

slight dampstaining and a few isolated spots, 1762;

with one other, by J.N. Bellin, showing the coast of

Languedoc-Roussillon, engraved map, 235 x 190mm.,

tear to upper right corner repaired, slight browning

and a few isolated spots, 1764 (2) £60 - £80

ge r M A n y

Lot 268

268. Hözel (E.) sT r A s s e n K A rT e v o n de u T s c h l A n d,

showing Altreich, Ostmark, Sudetengau, Böhmen,

Mähren and Memelland, dark brown bakelite casette

map containing folded paper maps with printed

colouring, 330 x 180mm., slight browning, bakelite

frame cracked in upper corners with a previously

repaired crack in the lower corner, 1939 § Westermann

(Georg) Taschen Atlas, Kraft durch Freude, amt für

Reisen, Wandern und Urlaub, Nazi issue atlas, including

34 maps of Europe in colour, 140 x 100mm., some wear

to cover, pencil marks on front cover, slight browning,

1933-1945; with 4 maps Germany and Europe published

by Der Deutsche Automobilclub, 1940-1942, with three

guidebooks by Karl Baedeker of Southern Germany,

the Rhine, and Tyrol and Dolomites, 1895-1927 (9).

£100 - £150

*** This is a very rare map of Germany during the

Third Reich. It illustrates a large proportion of Hitler’s

Großdeutschland around 1939 and shows the main

cities, towns and villages in Germany as they were on

the eve of World War II.

The map operates by moving the tabs on the sides

upward to reveal a new section of Greater Germany,

which at that time included Austria, Bohemia and


gr e e c e

Lot 269

269. Braun (Georg) and Franz Hogenberg

Al e x A n d r i A, bird’s-eye view, with strapwork cartouche

above, and numerous ships, camels and figures

surrounding view, engraving, 370 x 480mm., Latin

text on verso, central vertical fold with some splitting,

browning, surface dirt, several holes in lower margin,

[Cologne], [c.1575 or later]; with a bird’s-eye view

of Sibenik, and 2 historic maps of Europe, one by De

Vaugondy, engravings, v.s., some surface dirt, 18th

and19th century (4). £150 - £250

Lot 270

270. Danckerts (Justus) re g n i hun g A r i A e, gr A e c i A e,

e T Mo r e A e ..., showing part of Italy, Turkey and Crete,

decorative title cartouche, lower left, engraved map

with hand-colouring, 505 x 585mm, central vertical

fold, some minor browning and spotting, [Amsterdam],

c,1690 § Blaeu (Johan). Macedonia, Epirus et Achaia,

engraved map, 415 x 505mm, Latin text verso, spotting

and browning, [Amsterdam], c.1640 or later; with a

mixed group of maps of Greece, by or after De l’Isle,

and Tardieu, engravings, v.s., 18th and 19th century

(5). £150 - £250





Lot 271

271. Du Val (Pierre) AlcibiAdis ex p e d i T i o n u M TA b u l A

ge o g r A p h i c A e x pl u TA r c h o, map of Greece outlining

the expeditions of Alcibiades, an Athenian general,

hand-coloured engraved map, 350 x 555mm, central

vertical fold, damp-staining at lower corners, some

surface dirt, c.1694; with a mixed group of maps of

Greece, including Athens, by or after Elizabeth Stuart,

Montigny, Cepparuli, Chatelain, and others, engarvings,

some hand-coloured, v.s., some spotting and browning,

18th and 19th century (10). £120 - £180

Lot 272

272. Fer (Nicolas de) pe l o p o n e s e s A u J o u r d’h u y lA

Mo r e e eT l e s is l e s d e zA n T e, ce fA l o n i e, sT e. MA u r e,

ce r i g o &c, detailed map of Peloponese and part of

Greece and the Greek Isles, with 12 inset plans of

fortified towns, and harbours, each bearing a date

between 1685 and 1687, decorated title cartouche,

lower left, including dedication note stating that the

map was prepared from Intelligence gathered from the

Venetians and Ottoman Turks, engraving, with outline

hand-colouring, 415 x 515mm., sheet 540 x 765mm.,

central vertical fold, even browning, minor spotting,

small areas of dampstaining, manuscript ammendment

to date, Paris, [c.1705]. £300 - £500

Lot 273

273. Fries (Laurent) [Mo d e r n gr e e c e], from Fries’

Geographia, woodcut map, 340 x 420mm, Latin text

verso surrounded by woodcut decorations, reinforced

central vertical fold, minor browning and dampstaining,

[Strasbourg], 1522-1525; with a mixed group

of maps of Greece, by or after de la Haye, Aubert, André,

and others, engravings, v.s., occasional browning and

minor tears, 18th and 19th century (c.50). £300 - £500

Lot 274

274. Fries (Laurent) TA b u l A x eu r o pA e, ptolemaic

map of Greece, woodcut, Latin text verso surrounded

by woodcut deocrations, 370 x 490mm, central vertical

fold with several repairs, other repaired tears and

surface loss at sheet edges, paper rebacked, light

surface dirt, [Strasbourg], 1525. £250 - £350

Lot 275

275. Greek Islands.- A M i x e d g r o u p o f M A p s A n d p l A n s,

including Tobias Conrad Lotter’s Graeciae Antiquae

Designatio Nova ..., and with maps by or after Kauffer,

Tardieu, d’Anville, and others, engravings, some

hand-coloured, v.s., largest 545 x 725mm, occasional

spotting, browning, minor damp-staining and tears,

18th and 19th century (9). £100 - £150

Lot 276

276. Homann (Johann Baptist) pl A n d e l A pl A c e d e

co r f u Av e c s e s en v i r o n s ..., map of Corfu, showing the

siege by Turks in 1716, north orientated to WSW, handcoloured

engraving, 490 x 570mm, central vertical fold,

some browning and spotting, Nuremberg, c.1716 or

later § Goos (Pieter). Corfu, map and plan showing part

of Greece, decorative cartouche upper right, compass

rose and rhum lines, engraving, 400 x 530mm, central

vertical fold, some spotting and surface dirt, c.1667;

with another engraved map of Corfu by Tardieu (3).

£200 - £300

Lot 277

277. Homann (Johann) MA c e d o n i A, ep i r u s e T Ac h A i A,

engraved map, 420 x 505mm, Latin text verso, central

vertical fold, some spotting and browning, handling

creases, [Amsterdam], [c.1640 or later] § Vicenzo Maria

Coronelli. Peloponneso, hoggidi Morea ..., engraved

map, 440 x 600mm, surface loss and substantial repairs

to sheet, some browning and surface dirt, [Venice],

c.1690; with a mixed group of maps of Greece, by or

after Covens & Mortier, Wells, De l’Isle, Seutter, and

others, engravings, v.s., occasional surface dirt and

browning, minor tears, 18th and 19th century (14).

£200 - £300

Lot 278

278. Lear (Edward) 3 plATes f r o M vi e w s in T h e seven

io n i A n is l A n d s, including the title page, plate 11, Capo

Ducato, with a duplicate, and plate 17, View from the

Village of Galaro, tinted lithographs, with some handcolouring,

full margins, each sheet c.320 x 485mm, or

the reverse, minor spotting and browning, 1863; with a

mixed group of European views, mainly of Turkey and

Greece, with several of ancient ruins, by or after de Frey,

Bichebois, Davenport and others, engravings, lithographs,

some hand-coloured, v.s., largest 440 x 720mm, some

minor damp-staining, surface dirt and light spotting, 18th

and 19th century (c.55). £300 - £500





Lot 279

279. Mercator (Gerard) gr A e c i A, decorative title

cartouche, lower left, hand-coloured engraved map,

370 x 470mm, French text verso, central vertical fold

with some splitting and browning, handling creases,

repaired tears, surface dirt, [Amsterdam], [1609 or

later]; Macedonia Epirus et Achaia, strapwork title

cartouche, lower left, engraved map, 360 x 435mm,

French text verso, central vertical fold, browning,

some damp-stains, surface dirt, [Amsterdam], [1595

or later]; with a mixed group of maps of Turkey and

Greece, including maps by or after Ruscelli, Ptolemy,

C. Dilly & G. Robinson, Moll, Magini, with Turquie

Europeénne by de Vaugondy, and 2 impressions of A

New Map of Turkey in Europe... by Edward Wells,

engravings, v.s., occasional spotting and browning,

minor tears, 18th and 19th century (13). £200 - £300

Lot 280

280. Mercator (Gerard) and Jodocus Hondius

Mo r e A o l i M pe l o p o n e n s u s, decorative title cartouche,

lower left, engraved map, 340 x 410mm, French

text verso, central vertical fold, some spotting and

browning, minor surface dirt, [Amsterdam], [c.1606 or

later]; Macedonia Epirus et Achaia, engraved map, 360

x 430mm, French text verso, central vertical fold with

small repaired tear, some surface dirt and browning;

with another impression of Macedonia Epirus et Achaia,

with hand-colouring, French text verso, even browning,

[both 1595 or later] (3). £150 - £250

Lot 281

281. Mortier (Pierre) cA n d i A e ur b i s A Tu r c A

Mdcxxxxvii obsessAe de l i n e AT i o, showing the

environs of Heraklion, Greece, including a fortification

plan of the city, orientated with north below, decorated

title cartouche, upper left, from Alberts’ Nouveau

Theatre d’Italie, engraving, 450 x 570mm., central

vertical fold, repaired tears in margins, some surface

dirt and spotting, Amsterdam, c.1705; with 2 city

plans by Coronelli of Chalcis and Malvasia, and a

mixed group of maps of Turkey and Greece, by or

after d’Anville, Russell, and others, engravings, v.s.,

occasional spotting and browning, minor tears, 18th

and 19th century (25). £150 - £250

Lot 282

282. Ortelius (Abraham) Th r A c i A e ve T e r i s Ty p u s,

historical map showing Thracia in Northern Greece

and parts of Romania, engraving with outline handcolouring,

370 x 480mm, blank verso, reinforced

central vertical fold, minor surface dirt and browning,

[Antwerp], [c.1590-91]. £150 - £200

282a. Sanson (Nicolas) il ly r i c u M or i e n T i s in Q u o

pA rT e s ii Mo e s i A e T Th r A c i A, from the Adriatic Sea

to the Propontis, large title cartouche centre right,

engraved map with outline colour, 420 x 535mm.,

marginal browning, Paris, 1666. £100 - £150

iTA ly

Lot 283

283. Italian School. 8 ne o p o l i TA n c o s T u M e s T u d i e s,

single figures or small groups from Naples and

surrounding towns, each captioned below, gouache,

each c.160 x 95mm., all mounted on thick card supports,

some surface dirt and occasional light spotting, mid

19th century (8) £200 - £300

Lot 284

284. Nolli (Giovanni Battista) lA To p o g r A f i A d i

ro M A , plan of Rome by Piranesi and Nolli, decorated

with views of Rome including St Peter’s Square, title

and dedication cartouche, 2 putti, tables, engraved plan

with hand-colouring, 470 x 700mm., central vertical

fold, Rome, [1750 or later]. £300 - £500

lo w co u n T r i e s

Lot 285

285. A sM A l l gr o u p o f MA p s o f be l g i u M, nine engraved

maps, town plans and battle plans, including Menin,

Flanders, and the battles of Leuze and Steenkerke, by

de Fer, van Loon, Mortier and others, engravings, v.s.,

a few with slight spotting, dampstaining and surface

dirt, one remargined, late 17th - early 18th century;

with a small number of steel engravings and fasimiles,

v.s., 19th century £100 - £150

Lot 286

286. Basire (James) br u g e s o n e o f T h e pr i n c i pA l

ci T e s o f fl A n d e r s, with 4 other plans of towns or

battles, including Lille and Ostend, for Mr Tindal’s

Continuation of Mr Rapin’s History of England,

engraved plans, each c.390 x 490mm., vertical folds,

sheet edges slightly frayed, c.1745 (5) £150 - £200





Me d i T e r r A n e A n

Lot 287

287. A l A r g e M i x e d g r o u p o f A n c i e n T r u i n s A n d T o w n

v i e w s, mainly in Greece and Turkey, with 8 lithographs

from Devereux’s series of Views on the Shores of the

Mediterranean, 4 of which are duplicates, an early

woodcut view of Achaea, and others by or after Flandin,

Hullmandel, Mayer, and others, woodcuts, engravings,

lithographs and aquatints, many hand-coloured, v.s.,

largest c.450 x 620mm, occasional surface dirt and

browning, minor tears, mainly 19th century (Qty.).

£150 - £250

Lot 288

288. Devereux (Walter) [vi e w s o n T h e sh o r e s o f

T h e Me d i T e r r A n e A n], 6 plates only, of 24, including

Rock Tombs at Telmessus, Ephesus from the Theatre

of Claros and Coletta of Tunis, lithographs, 2 with

original hand-colouring, some spotting and 4 with

damp-staining to the upper left corner, others with

slight marginal damp-staining, with 7 duplicate plates,

1847 (13). £500 - £750

Lot 289

289. Mediterranean.- A M i x e d g r o u p o f M A p s A n d

p l A n s, including 43 maps by Joseph Roux, from ‘Plans

et Rades de la Méditerraneé’, and others by or after

Tardieu, Bernard, Gouffier, and others, engravings,

some hand-coloured, v.s., largest 405 x 530mm,

occasional spotting and browning, minor tears, 18th

and 19th century (c.65). £120 - £180

Mi d d l e eA s T

Lot 290

290. Baker (Col. Valentine) and Lieut. W.J. Gill.

A MA p o f T h e norT h eAsT e r n fro n T i e r s o f per s i A,

e M b r A c i n g A l s o Khi vA & T h e i n T e rv e n i n g d e s e rT s,

lithographed map with original hand-colouring, 575

x 585mm., old folds, several extensive repaired tears,

lined with japan paper, George Stanford and Chatto &

Windus, c.1880. £150 - £200

Lot 291

291. Braun (Georg) and Franz Hogenberg. Ad e n,

Ar A b i A e f o e l i c i s e M p o r i u M c e l e b e r r i M i n o M i n i s, with

Mombaza, Quiloa, and Cefala below, 4 bird’s-eye planviews

on one sheet, the larger view of Aden with inset

title cartouche, upper right, original hand-coloured

engraving, 335 x 470mm., central vertical fold,

Cologne, 1572 or later. £100 - £150

Lot 292

292. De La Rue (Philippe) Mi d d l e eA s T M A p s ,

engraved map, with original outline colour, 385 x

535mm., marginal spotting and slight dampstaining,

some surface dirt, Paris, 1651; with 2 maps, 1 birdseye

view of a Persian palace and 1 birds-eye view of

Babylon, engravings, 1 with hand-colouring, v.s.,

some margins trimmed, some spotting, browning and

dampstaining, a few small wormholes, 18th century

£80 - £120

Lot 293

293. Fuller (Dr. Thomas) de s e rT u M pA r A n, biblical

map of the Exodus through northern Egypt, the Red

Sea, Sinai and Gaza, showing encampments and battles,

engraved map, 300 x 370mm., central vertical fold and

some faint parallel creasing, c.1650; with a small map

of Persia from a later English miniature atlas (2)

£120 - £180

Lot 294

294. Le Brun (Corneille) [vo yA g e A u le vA n T], a mixed

group of loose plates and text, many double-page, some

folding, with views of Egypt and Syria, engravings,

v.s., largest 230 x 615mm, ocassional damp-staining,

browning and spotting, some minor tears, [Paris],

[c.1702]; with 3 hand-coloured aquatints, trimmed, laid

onto board supports, (Qty.). £150 - £250





po l A r

Lot 295

295. Mercator (Gerard) se p T e n T r i o n A l i u M Te r r A r u M

d e s c r i p T i o, central circular map of the North Pole,

extending south to the nothern tip of Scotland, the

decorative border with inset maps of the Shetland

Isles, the Faroes and ‘Frisland’, second state including

the island of Spitsbergen (t’Nieulant), engraved map

with hand-colouring, 375 x 395mm., Latin text verso,

repairs around central vertical fold, including an area

of sea upper centre re-inserted upside down affecting

some lettering around the magnetic pole, the sheet lined

with japan tissue, [Amsterdam], [1606 or later].

£300 - £500

*** Originally issued in 1595, this was the first map

centred on the North Pole, showing it as a rocky island

in the middle of a lake with four rivers branching out

through the surrounding land mass. It also includes the

fictional island of Frisland, which confused travellers

and mapmakers for a century or so after its first

appearance on Niccolo Zeno’s map of 1558, charting

the spurious travels of his ancestors, in a bid to claim

discovery of America for Venice.

Lot 296

296. Ortelius (Abraham) se p T e n T r i o n A l i u M re g i o n u M

de s c r i p., the Arctic region, extending to include the

British Isles, Scandinavia, northern Europe, Greenland,

Iceland and northern Canada, as well as the mythical

island of “Frisland”, with title panel surmounted

by mythological beasts and a monkey, the sea with

ships, merman and whale, engraved map in original

hand-colouring, 360 x 495mm., Latin text verso with

page number 90, central vertical fold, slight pigment

oxidisation upper centre, [vdB 160, 2nd state before

the addition of place names to the Arctic coastline],

Amsterdam, 1584. £600 - £800

po rT u g A l

Lot 297

297. Vidal (Capt. A.T.E., R.N) fu n c h A l bAy , MA d e i r A,

coastal chart with detailed town plan and surrounding

topography, coastal profile view below, compass rose and

depth of anchorage, engeaved chart with hand-colouring,

485 x 635mm., a few repaired tears into the chart, the

sheet lined, marginal oil spots, slight show-through of a

short ink inscription verso, the Hydrographic Office of

the Admiralty, 1845. £150 - £200

sc A n d i n Av i A

Lot 298

298. Geringius (Erik) ch A rTA ö f v e r sö d e r M A n l A n d,

the province in south eastern Sweden, with large

title vignette of a coastal villeage scene and trapping

nets, upper right, engraved map with original handcolouring,

485 x 565mm., central vertical fold, two

repaired tears upper right into the vignette, Stockholm,

c.1745. £200 - £300

Lot 299

299. Jansson (Jan) up l A n d i A, Stockholm’s province in

eastern Sweden, title cartouche supported by peasants,

allegorical figure and knight in armour, lower right,

orb and crown scale cartouche lower left, and ships,

engraved map with original hand-colouring, 360 x

490mm., central vertical fold, German text verso,

Amsterdam, c.1650. £200 - £300

Lot 300

300. Janvier (Jean) le s ro yA u M e s d e su e d e e T

no rw e g e, Scandinavia with inset map of Iceland, also

showing most of the British Isles, Poland and western

Russia, decorative title cartouche lower right, engraved

map with original hand-colouring, 465 x 640mm.,

central vertical fold, Venice, Santini, c.1780 § Robert de

Vaugondy (Gilles & Didier) Royaume de Danemarck,

engraved map with hand-colouring, 480 x 560mm.,

central vertical fold, Venice, Santini, c.1780 (2)

£250 - £350





so u T h AM e r i c A

Lot 301

301. Senex (John) so u T h AM e r i c A co r r e c T e d f r o M

T h e ob s e rvAT i o n s co M M u n i c AT e d ..., decorative title

cartouche, lower right, engraved map with outline

hand-colouring, on two sheets, joined, 980 x 665mm,

horizontal folds, handling creases, surface dirt, minor

off-setting, some tears and right margin unevenly

trimmed, c.1710. £200 - £300

spA i n

Lot 302

302. Senex (John) A co r r e c T MA p o f spA i n A n d

po rT u g A l, including Majorca and Minorca, decorative

title cartouche lower right, engraved map with outline

hand-colouring, on 2 sheets, joined, 920 x 640mm,

vertical folds, handling creases, surface dirt and

some spotting, minor tears with one 3cm into map,

Bowles & Sayer, [c.1720]; Germany Corrected from

the Observations ..., engraved map with outline handcolouring,

on 2 sheets, joined, 665 x 960mm, horizontal

folds, handling creases, surface dirt and minor tears,

c.1710 (2). £150 - £250

Tu r K e y

Lot 303

303. M i x e d g r o u p o f Tu r K i s h A n d gr e e K p o rT r A i T s A n d

c o s T u M e s T u d i e s (A), including Ancient Greek statesman

and politicians, religious men and elaborately dressed

women, by or after L. Boisseuin, Ferrari, Giffart and

others, woodcuts, engravings, some hand-coloured,

v.s., largest 280 x 180mm, occasional browning and

spotting, some minor tears, 18th and 19th century

(c.60). £150 - £250

Lot 304

304. Mercator (Gerard) TA b. ix. eu r o pA e, co n T i n e n s

dA c i A M, MisiAM, Th r A c i A M, A c MA c e d o n i A e pA rT e M,

Ptolemaic map covering the northern Balkans and

Euxine Sea, with strapwork title cartouche centre right,

engraved map, with outline colour, 355 x 455mm.,

central vertical fold, two sections of margin replaced,

uneven browning and some spotting, c.1695.

£100 - £150

wo r l d

Lot 306

Lot 305

305. A M i x e d g r o u p o f M A p s including a Seutter

map, Ducatus Sabaudiae Principat Pedemonti, and

antique and modern maps of Italy, by or after Seale,

Neele, and others, v.s., largest 500 x 590mm., dampstains,

browning, some spotting, and handling creases

throughout, Seutter map has several large repairs to

central fold, mainly 18th and 19th century (28).

£100 - £150

306. Abel-Klinger. Th e eA rT h, miniature globe in 12

engraved gores with hand-colouring, 60mm. diameter,

on contemporary turned wooden stand with metal

spindle and brass ball finial, 140mm. high, some

darkening of varnish and surface dirt, a few fine cracks,

minor pitting and surface wear, mostly around the

equator, Nuremberg, later 19th century. £300 - £500

*** Johann Georg Klinger (1764-1806) produced

globes from the 1790s. Following his death, his firm

was run for a while by his widow, and then bought by

Johann Paul Dreykorn from the 1830s, who retained

the name of J.G. Klinger Kunsthandlung. The firm was

later joined by a salesman, Carl Casimir Abel, who took

over the management, became co-owner, and renamed

it as Abel-Klinger Kunsthandlung in 1851.

Lot 307

307. Fries (Laurent) TA b u. no vA orbi s, Ptolemaic

world map, showing Greenland as a long peninsula

stretching from Scandinavia into the Atlantic, with an

elephant or mammoth, upper left, and five enthroned

kings, title banderole above, woodcut map with later

hand-colouring, 310 x 455mm., a few well repaired

wormholes and other small losses along central vertical

fold, [Shirley 49, 3rd issue], [Lyons], 1535.

£1,500 - £2,000




308. Hondius (Henricus) no vA To T i u s Te r r A r u M

o r b i s ge o g r A p h i c A A c hy d r o g r A p h i c A TA b u l A, doublehemisphere

world map showing California as an island

and part of the north coast of Australia, with small

celestial globe above, portrait medallions of Julius

Caesar, Ptolemy, Gerard Mercator and Jodocus Hondius

in each corner, with allegorical figures of the four

elements in between, engraved map with later handcolouring,

380 x 540mm., French text verso, central

vertical fold, [Shirley 336, 2nd state], Amsterdam, Jan

Jansson, 1641. £3,000 - £4,000


Lot 308

Lot 309

309. Mercator (Gerard) [TA b u l A e ge o g r A p h i c A e], 17

maps only, with 16 showing parts of the British Isles

and Ireland, including ‘Anglia, Scotia et Hibernia’,

‘Anglia Regnum’, and ‘Irlandiae regnum’, engravings,

disbound, each c.360 x 470mm, all with Latin text on

verso, central vertical folds, some repairs to folds and

margins, occasional surface dirt, handling creases,

spotting and browning, some damp-staining, [1595 or

later] (17). £1,200 - £1,800

Lot 310

310. Ortelius (Abraham) Ae v i ve T e r i s, Ty p u s

ge o g r A p h i c u s, classical world map within an elaborate

strapwork border containing title above and the 4

known continents in corner medallions, engraved map

with hand-colouring, 310 x 440mm., Latin text verso

with page number 1, repairs to central vertical fold,

[vdB 186], Amsterdam, 1592. £300 - £400

Lot 311

311. Philip (George and Son) philips’ pl A n i s p h e r e

s h o w i n g T h e pr i n c i pA l sTA r s visible f o r e v e ry h o u r in

T h e y e A r, smaller 5” diameter celestial chart on a volvelle

set within an ornate device, Explanation text panel

verso, printed in gold and white on paper, mounted on

circular card within quadrangular morocco gilt device,

165 x 165mm. overall, minor wear to extremities, n.d.,

c.1920s. £60 - £80

Lot 312

312. Rogers (William) do u b l e-h e M i s p h e r e w o r l d

M A p , with strapwork surround, the name Iehovah

upper centre, for one of the title-pages of Linschoten’s

Voyages, engraved map wih hand-colouring, 80 x

120mm., slight browning, [Shirley 216], John Wolfe,

1598 § Schreiber (Johann) Globus Terrestris, doublehemisphere

world map, title banderole above, planetary

systems upper and lower centre, key to continental

abbreviations below, engraved map with original handcolouring,

180 x 255mm., Leipzig, c.1750; with Histoire

des Gomerites, ou Celtes, map of ancient Europe by

Claude Buy de Mornas, and Orbis Veteribus Notus, by

Neele (4) £250 - £350




313. Schedel (Hartmann) se c u n d A e TA s M u n d i,

Ptolemaic world map from the Latin edition of the

Nuremberg Chronicle, the map surrounded by 12

windheads and supported by the Old Testament figures

of Ham, Seth and Japhet, with 7 panels of outlandish

beings to the left, and 14 others verso, woodcut map

with later hand-colouring, sheet size 425 x 565mm., a

few minor repairs to central vertical fold, [Shirley 19],

Nuremberg, Anton Koberger, 1493. £3,000 - £4,000


Lot 313

Lot 314

314. Swanston (George H.) Th e wo r l d in he M i s p h e r e s,

with comparative views of the heights of the principal

Mountains and Basins of the principal Rivers on

the Globe, from the Companion Atlas to Fullerton’s

Gazetteer, engraved map with original hand-colouring,

430 x 535mm., central vertical fold, c.1860; with 4 other

sheets from the same atlas, China, Sweden and Norway,

Islands of Japan, West Coast of South America, the last

two with vignette views and costume figures (5)

£150 - £200

Lot 315

315. Visscher (Nicolaes J.) or b i s Ter r A r u M Typ u s d e

in T e g r o in plu r i M u s eMe n d AT u s, Au c T u s, eT icu n c u l u s

illusTrATus, double-hemisphere world map showing

peninsula California, parts of the coast of Australia

and Van Diemen’s Land, diagrams of the solar system

upper and lower centre, scenes with allegorical figures

to represent the four continents in each corner, the right

hemisphere containg celestial spheres, the left with

descriptive text of recent discoveries, engraved map with

hand-colouring, 310 x 480mm., Dutch text verso, central

vertical fold, minor browning and very faint spotting,

[Shirley 401], Amsterdam, 1657. £800 - £1,200





briTish is l e s

Lot 316

316. Gastaldi (Giacomo) TA b u l A eu r o p æ i, Ptolemaic

map of the British Isles, Ireland and the North Sea coast

of Europe, with ship and sea monster, figurative border,

engraved map, 130 x 170mm., central vertical fold,

Latin text verso, marginal browning and surface dirt,

Venice, [1548]. £120 - £180

Lot 317

317. La Feuille (Daniel de) le s iles bri TA n n i Q u e s,

decorative title cartouche upperleft, coats-of-arms to

each side, for the Atlas Portatif, engraved map, 160 x

215mm., splitting on central vertical fold, losses to the

left margin affecting two coats-of-arms, some browning,

Amsterdam, c.1710; with a similar map by Jacques

Peeters, 1692; another similar, with pictorial vignette

borders, from a small 19th century German atlas; with

an 18th century map of England and Wales and a 19th

century issue of a 17th century plan of Bristol (5)

£200 - £300

❦ British Maps and Prints

co r n wA l l

Lot 318

318. Saxton (Christopher) and Philip Lea.

co r n wA l l, inset view of Launceston surmounted by

royal arms, upper left, title cartouche upper right, arms

of Cornish nobility lower right, compasses, ships and

sea monsters, engraved map by Lenaert Terwoort, with

hand-colouring, 370 x 490mm., a few cracks and small

holes within the map, the sheet lined with japan tissue,

c.1690. £800 - £1,200

en g l A n d

Lot 319

319. Embroidery.- A MA p o f en g l A n d A n d wA l e s,

map sampler by Susanna Morgan, Llanwern,

Monmouthshire, title cartouche and script in the North

Sea, compass in the English Channel, silk embroidered

map over a board support, 475 x 335mm., a few splits, a

small loss in a blank area of sea between Scotland and

Northern Ireland, 1803. £200 - £300

Lot 320

320. England.- A M i x e d g r o u p o f T o w n v i e w s A n d

l A n d s c A p e s, including views of Stonehenge, Windsor

Park, and London, by or after Biasioli, Bartlett, Willmore

and others, many from The Illustrated London News,

with loose plates from Cassell & Co.’s Old and New

London, engravings, wood-engravings, aquatints, some

hand-coloured, v.s., largest c.290 x 410mm, occasional

spotting and browning, 19th century (Qty.). £100 - £150

Lot 321

321. Hollar (Wenceslaus) A MAppe o f Ke n T, so u T h s e x,

su r r e y, Mi d d l e s e x, bA r K e A n d so u T h A M p T o n sh i r e,

& T h e il e o f vi g h T, pA rT o f essex, & wilTshire, e T c.,

the south east sheet of Hollar’s version of Saxton’s

Quartermaster’s Map, with ships, a sea battle mid

Channel, and a compass rose, lower centre, but before

the addition of roads and the imprint of John Garret,

engraved map with original hand-colouring, slight

wear on old folds including a few very small losses, the

sheet backed, slight browning, [Thomas Jenner], [1644

or 1671]. £200 - £300

Lot 322

322. Ordnance Survey. wilTshire A n d so M e r s e T, the

former on 3 sheets, XIV, XV and XXXIV, the latter on

4 sheets, XVIII-XXI, 7 electrotype map sheets, 665

x 830mm. to 660 x 980mm., all dissected and linenbacked,

one Wiltshire sheet trimmed to upper map edge,

two Somerset sheets trimmed to upper or right edge,

respectively, slight surface dirt and marginal pencil

marks, folding into 2 contemporary cloth slipcases,

each bearing the mapseller’s label of Charles Wyld on

the front, 8vo, 1869-72 (2). £100 - £150

Lot 323

323. Sanson (Heirs of) ‘T Ko n i n g ry K vA n en g e l l A n d T,

engraved map, with original hand-colouring, 235 x

210mm., very slight browning and occasional spotting,

1705 § Bonne (Rigobert) Isles-Britanniques; Carte des

Isles Britanniques; Royaume d’Angleterre, engraved

maps, with original hand-colouring, each c.360 x

250mm., slight spotting, with one uncoloured duplicate,

18th century (5). £80 - £120





Lot 324

324. Zatta (Antonio) pA rT e se T T e n T r i o n A l e

d e l l’in g h i lT e r r A; pA rT e Me r i d i o n A l e d e l l˜in g h i lT e r r A,

the north and south of England across 2 sheets,

decorative title cartouches in upper right and lower

left corners respectively, engraved maps, with original

hand-colouring, each c.320 x 415mm., some spotting

and damp-staining extending into images, Venice,

1778; with 3 other maps of Great Britain and Northern

Ireland, engraved maps, with hand-colouring, v.s., some

browning, 19th century (5). £100 - £150

Ke n T

Lot 325

325. Speed (John) Ke n T w iT h h e r c i T i e s A n d e A r l e s

d e s c r i b e d A n d o b s e rv e d, with inset plans of Canterbury

and Rochester, lower left and right, respectively, title

cartouche and coats-of-arms above, engraved map with

original hand-colouring, 375 x 500mm., central vertical

fold, trimmed to the border and inset in a large sheet of

laid paper, Bassett and Chiswell, [1676]. £300 - £500

lo n d o n

Lot 326

326. A g r o u p o f 10 f o l d i n g M A p s A n d p l A n s o f lo n d o n

A n d e n v i r o n s, including Bacon’s Map of London with

the Railways in Operation and Constructing, 1868;

Rugg’s Handy Reference Map of London, 1890; W.H.

Smith & Sons Environs of London, c.1882; other early

20th century maps including Bacon’s London south and

central sheets, and north London suburbs, Smith’s large

scale City of London, Bacon’s large scale East & West

Ham, and Harrow, and Geographia’s large scale London

and Suburbs, engraved and lithographed maps, some

in printed or hand-colouring, v.s., occasional splits on

folds, Rugg’s map dampstained, Bacon’s 1868 map with

brown paper tape repairs, all folding into original limp

or cloth boards, 8vo, (10) £150 - £200

Lot 327

327. Banks (J.H. & Co.) Publishers. A bA l l o o n

vi e w o f lo n d o n (A s s e e n f r o M hA M p s T e A d), plan/view

showing from Primrose Hill and the Great Northern

Railway Station to Kennington Common, and from

Whitechapel to Kensington Gardens and the Crystal

Palace, aquatint, 690 x 1065mm., dissected and

linen-backed, many panel edges frayed and creased,

but largely intact, surface dirt and some wear, faint

dampstaining and a few oil spots, margins with old nail

holes from previous mounting on a stretcher, lower left

blank margin replaced, Banks and Effingham Wilson,

1851. £300 - £500

328. Cary (John) Th e co u n T ry Tw e n T y Tw o Mi l e s

r o u n d lo n d o n, engraved map with outline handcolouring,

420 x 400mm, dissected and linen-backed,

some browning and surface dirt, with original slipcase,

[Howgego, 185], 1786. £100 - £150

Mi d d l e s e x

Lot 329

329. Ogilby (John) An Ac T u A l l su rv e y o f Mi d l e s e x,

title cartouche surmounted by large county arms, lower

right, royal arms above, figurative dedication cartouche

upper left, and scale cartouche lower centre, engraved

map with original hand-colouring in outline, 420 x

530mm., central vertical fold, George Willdey at the

Great Toy, Spectacle, China-ware, and Print Shop,

c.1730. £200 - £300

Lot 330

330. Seale (Richard William) MA p o f T h e co u n T y

o f Mi d d l e s e x, from North Mimms to Thames Ditton,

and from Langley to Leytonstone, the map flanked

by panels of the arms of all the Free Companies of

London, decorative armorial title cartouche, lower right,

large arms of London, upper left, engraved map with

original hand-colouring in outline, the title cartouche

and panels of arms uncoloured, 525 x 735mm., central

vertical fold, a clean copy with full margins, Bowles,

Sayer, and Tinney, [1756]. £300 - £500

Lot 331

331. Seller (John) Mi d l e s e x Ac T u A l ly su rv e y d

A n d de l i n i AT e d, the only 17th century county map

of Middlesex based on an actual survey, divided into

hundreds, with large decorative title cartouche of water

nymphs, lower right, large compass rose, and ornately

bordered Explanation panel, upper left, engraved map

with original hand-colouirng in outline, 430 x 525mm.,

wear and slight splitting on central vertical fold,

unevenly trimmed into lower border, slight spotting,

Philip Lea, c.1695. £200 - £300

Lot 332

332. Speed (John) Mi d l e-se x d e s c r i b e d w iT h T h e

M o s T fA M o u s ci T i e s o f lo n d o n A n d we s T M i n s T e r, with

inset plans of Westminster and the City, and views of

Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral, engraved

county map with hand-colouring, 385 x 515mm.,

woodcut initial by William Hall & John Beale on

verso, some minor spotting and browning, Subury and

Humble, [1611-12]. £400 - £600





no r l f o l K

Lot 333

333. Saxton (Christopher) and Philip Lea. no r f o l K,

inset town plan of Norwich, upper right, title cartouche

upper left, numerous coats-of-arms, ships and sea

monsters, engraved map with hand-colouring in outline,

340 x 500mm., central vertical fold, browned, [Chubb

viii], c.1690 or later. £600 - £800

no rT h A M p T o n s h i r e

Lot 334

334. Saxton (Christopher) and Philip Lea. Th e

co u n T y o f no rT h A M p T o n, T o g e AT h e r w.T h y e T h r e e

s M A l l co u n T i e s o f be d f o r d, hu n T i n g T o n & ru T l A n d,

inset town plans titled Northampton, Peterburgh,

Okehamton Rutland, Bedford and Huntington, arms

and compasses, engraved map with original handcolouring

in outline, plans and arms fully coloured, 395

x 525mm., central vertical fold, an area of loss supplied

in pen facsimile, affecting Okehampton Rutland plan,

upper right, George Willdey at the Great Toy, Spectacle,

China-ware, and Print Shop, the Corner of Ludgate

Street near St. Pauls, [c.1730]. £100 - £150

sc o T l A n d

Lot 335

335. Hondius (Jodocus) A ne w de s c r i p T i o n o f T h e

sh y r e s lo T h i A n A n d li n l i T Q u o, from Linlithgow to

Dunbar in the east, showing Edinburgh, including a

large title cartouche with two putti, upper right, with

two ships and a compass rose, engraved map, first state,

with imprint of Judocus Hondius, 370 x 545mm, Latin

text verso, central vertical fold, browning and spotting,

repaired tear in margin, lower left, minor tears at edges,

[Amsterdam], [c.1630-31]. £100 - £150

Lot 336

336. Scotland.- A l A r g e, M i x e d, g r o u p o f v i e w s,

mostly of Edinburgh, some of Arran, Leith, Melrose

and elsewhere, engravings and lithographs, v.s., a

few coloured, a few with marginal tears or creasing,

occasional surface dust, minor spotting, 18th and 19th

century; with a small late 19th century watercolour

landscape (c.75) £150 - £200

sTA f f o r d s h i r e

Lot 337

337. Speed (John) sTA f f o r d co u n T i e A n d To w n e, with

the ancient Citie Lichfield described, county map with

inset plans of Stafford and Lichfield, upper left and

right, respectively, title lower left and text panels at

each side, all within strapwork cartouches, engraved

map with hand-colouring, 385 x 510mm., text verso,

central vertical fold, minor handling creases, surface

dirt and slight browning, Sudbury and Humble, 1610

or later § Kip (William). Staffordiae Comitatus, with

strapwork title cartouche, engraved map, 270 x 380mm,

latin text verso, slight even browning, c.1607-37; with

2 other maps of Staffordshire by Morden and Blome,

engravings with hand-colouring, v.s., slight browning

and spotting, (4). £150 - £250

su r r e y

Lot 338

338. Darton (William) su r r e y di v i d e d i n T o hu n d r e d s

A n d T h e pA r l i A M e n TA ry di v i s i o n s, county map with

vignette view of Kew Palace, upper left, and 3 reference

keys, engraved map with original hand-colouring, 370

x 465mm., dissected and linen-backed, watermarked

1833, slight surface dirt and browning, folding into

original gilt embossed boards, 8vo, c.1833; with 2

editions of Bacon’s Large Scale Plan of Croydon, one

showing London Terminal Aerodrome, and a Map of

Haslemere and District (4) £100 - £150

Lot 339

339. Faden (William) pl A n o f T h e co u n T ry r o u n d

bA g s h o T s h e w i n g T h e s i T u AT i o n o f T h e en c A M p M e n T s o f

his MA J e s T y’s fo r c e s, detailed plan of Windsor Great

Park and the surrounding heathland to Farnham and

Guildford, with colour key lower right, engraved map

with original hand-colouring, 495 x 440mm., central

horizontal fold, trimmed on the platemark, 1792.

£120 - £180

wA l e s

Lot 340

340. Cloppenburgh (H. Jan Evertsz.) cA M b r i A e Ty p u s

Au c T o r e hu M e r e d o lh u y d o, from the Appendix to

Cloppenburgh’s first edition of Mercator’s Atlas Minor,

with title cartouche upper left and French title in upper

margin, engraved map by Pieter van den Keere, 185

x 255mm., French text verso, slight marginal spotting,

Amsterdam, 1630; with a later edition of the same map

but without text and with the majority of the hatching in

the sea, and the engraver’s name, burnished out (2)

£150 - £200





Lot 341

341. Manskirch (Franz Joseph) vi e w s o n T h e bo r d e r s

o f so u T h wA l e s, 4 soft-ground etchings, watermarked

endpapers dated 1796, each c.310 x 375mm (12 1/4 x 14

3/4 in), some surface dirt, sewn into original wrappers,

worn, oblong small folio, [not in Abbey], Ackermann,

1799; with a loose soft-ground etching by Samuel Prout

of Haverfordwest, 1816. £150 - £250

Lot 342

342. Saxton (Christopher) and William Hole

cA e r n A rv o co M i TAT u s pA r s o l i M or d o v i c u M, Gwynedd,

Wales, engraved map, 260 x 310mm, central vertical

fold, handling creases, surface dirt and some spotting,

[c.1610 or later] § Saxton (Christopher) and William

Kip. Denbigh Comitatus Pars olim Ordovicum, Clwyd

Wales, engraved map, 265 x 320mm, surface dirt and

browning, handling creases [c.1607 or later]; Penbrok

Comitatus olim Pars Demetarum, engraved map, 280

x 340mm, surface dirt and areas of abrasion, [c.1607

or later]; with Anglesey Comitatus, olim Mona Insula

Druidum Sedes Britannia Tir Mon, engraved map, 260

x 190mm, surface dirt and areas of browning, [c.1607

or later]; with a small mixed group of maps, including

Bradshaw’s Railway map of England, Wales, and

Southern Scotland, a map of the Caledonian Canal,

an 1825 plan of Prague by A. Borrosch, and 2 others,

(Qty.). £150 - £250

Lot 343

343. Speed (John) wA l e s, the principality bordered

with panels of 6 city or town views to each side, the 4

cathedrals of Bangor, St Assaph, St Davids and Landafe

in each corner, large compass rose, arms, ship and sea

monsters, engraved map with hand-colouring, 385 x

505mm., without text verso, central vertical fold with a

repair to the upper end, with wide margins, Bassett and

Chiswell, [1676 or later]. £600 - £800

en d o f sA l e

Le Bruyn (Cornelius)

Travels into Muscovy, Persia, and Part of the East-Indies, 2 vol., 1737. First English edition,

profusely illustrated with engraved maps, plates and illustrations, including superb folding panoramas,

the one of Moscow extending to almost 2 metres.

Est. £3,000-4,000

Boydell (John)

An History of the River Thames, 2 vol., 1794-96.

Illustrated with superb hand-coloured aquatint plates.

Est. £2,000-3,000

The Property of a Collector

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Donne (John)

Poems, by J.D. with Elegies on the Author’s Death, first edition, 1633

First collected edition of Donne’s poems.

Est. £10,000-15,000

now accepting consignments

Important Books and Manuscripts

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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 There is no VAT

payable on this royalty charge.


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

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 sale room 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) Bloomsbury Auctions is not authorised by the FSA to provide

insurance to it’s clients, and does not do so. However Bloomsbury

Auctions for it’s own protection, assumes liability for property consigned

to it at the lower pre-sale 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 pre-sale 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 le

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 % plus 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

buyer 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.


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 Dreweatts 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


(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


(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


3. increments.

Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion.

4. The purchase price.

together with a premium thereon of 26.4% which shall include VAT

on the premiumat the rate imposed by law.The buyer will also be

liable for any royalties payable under Droit de Suite as setout under

Information for Buyers above.

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 can accommodate packing and shipping

for certain items. For lots they are unable to provide this service for,

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 be 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;

(f ) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total

amount due;

(g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or

to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted;

(h) 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 lay-out 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 bereturned 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


The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right

or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.


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.



Books and Maps

Tuesday 31st January 2012 Sale No. 35870

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.

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Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex. Premium & VAT

please send to:

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Bloomsbury House

24 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PP

t +44 (0) 20 7495 9494 f +44 (0) 20 7495 9499

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 issued by a Uk bank, by bank

transfer, 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

Nicholas Hely Hutchinson (b.1955)

View across a bay

Oil on canvas

Signed with initials lower left

92 x 101 cm (36 x 40 in)

Est. £500-700

Oil Paintings & Watercolours

including Sporting & Wildlife Art

Donnington Priory, 15th February 2012 at 10am

Please contact: Archie Parker

Donnington Priory

Newbury, Berkshire RG14 2JE

t +44 (0) 1635 553 553

f +44 (0) 1635 553 599

Free Live Online Bidding

Sale No. 35870

Bloomsbury House | 24 Maddox Street | London | W1S 1PP

T +44 (0) 20 7495 9494 |

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