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(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary). MRS BEETON'S EVERYDAY COOKERY WITH ABOUT 2,500 PRACTICAL RECIPES. New Edition. £ 20.00

London. Ward, Lock & Co. (1923). pp. 768, (x) of adverts. Coloured frontis and 15 coloured plates, 64 balck & white plates. 8vo. Green cloth, front hinge tender and with slight water damage slightly affecting first gathering at spine end.

Reference: 17597

 
(BEETON, Mrs Isabella Mary). MRS BEETON'S FAMILY COOKERY with nearly 3000 Practical Recipes. New Edition. £ 20.00

London. Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. (1923). pp. 896, (x) of adverts. Frontis & 19 colour plates, 65 black & white plates. 8vo. Blue cloth, spine with gilt decoration. One colour plate detached, all as called for. MS recipes on half title, recto of title and frontis.

Reference: 89940

 
(COKAYNE, G.E.) SOME NOTICE OF VARIOUS FAMILIES OF THE NAME OF MARSH. £ 75.00

Exeter. William Pollard & Co. Ltd. 1900. pp. (iv), 56. 8vo. Blue pebble-grain cloth. The author's own copy with MS note of ffep "Own copy for corrections". There are further notes on the inside of the front board and in the text and one article and four letters are bound in. Note on title page stating that "printed in The Genealogist New Series Vol XVI, 1899 - 1900".

Reference: 20191

 
ADELSON, Roger. MARK SYKES. Portrait of an Amateur. £ 10.00

London. Jonathan Cape. 1975. pp. 336. Illustrated with photographs. 8vo. Blue cloth, spine faded. Previous owners bookplate. A good copy.

Reference: 65481

 
ANNIGONI, Pietro PIETRO ANNIGONI £ 75.00

Firenze. Gonnelli. 1945. pp. xxi of text, 3 + 72 pp of illustrations. Super royal 4to. D/W. foxed and marked. Some discolouring of the margins. Inscribed by Annigoni on the front free endpaper 'Firenze IX - LIV ? mon cher ami Charles R Cammell, avec gratitude Pietro Annigoni'

Reference: 82850

 
ANON. IDEAL HOUSES. £ 75.00

To demonstrate to a still wider public the many advantages of concrete as a material for domestic architecture, the Portland Cement Selling and Distributing Co., Ltd has promoted Architects' Competitions for designs for Concrete Houses. In this book are published 48 Designs selcted by the Assessors from the entries in the £1,500 Concrete House Competition, 1928. London. The Portland Cement Selling & Distributing Co. Ltd. (1929). pp. xvi, 64, xvii - xxxii. 48 designs. Oblong A4. Quarter cloth, boards.

Reference: 29970

 
ANON. THE LADY'S REALM. An Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Vol XVI May 1904 to October 1904. £ 20.00

London. Hutchinson and Co. 1904. pp. iv, 776. Frontis, 1 plate, many illustrations throughout. 8vo. Original red cloth, all edges gilt. Inscription front free endpaper.

Reference: 87010

 
ANON. THE LIFE AND ECCENTRICITIES OF LIONEL SCOTT PILKINGTON ALIAS JACK HAWLEY, of Hatfield, near Donacster. His parentage and predilection for stable life. His travels with Sir Joseph Hawley. His wearing a cross given him by the Pope. His delight in fox-hunting. His shooting his groom. Together with a particular account of his strange and hitherto unheard of Funeral and Grave. His being buried in hunting costume among his rinderpest cattle. And many other entertaining circumstances and anecdotes. £ 25.00

Doncaster. Edward Dale. ND. Circa (1880). pp. 46. Frontis. Small 8vo. Original printed wrapper frayed at edges.

Reference: 23349

 
ANON. THE REGISTER OF PERSONS ENTITLED TO VOTE AT ANY ELECTION of a Member or Members to serve in Parliament, for the Southern Division of the West Riding of the County of York, between the 30th Novembre 1861 and the 1st December 1862 within the Thorne Polling District. £ 5.00

Howden. Mr Pye (Books). 1992. pp. 32 unnumbered pages. A4. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. Facsimile reprint limited to 300 copies.

Reference: 6755

 
ANON. ZEPPELIN. Aus der geschichte der Luftschiffahrt. £ 10.00

Friedrichshafen. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin GmbH. (Circa 1960). No pagination. pp. 62 approx. Illustrated with monochrome photographs. 4to. Pale blue cloth. A good copy.

Reference: 78960

 
APPS, Michael. THE FOUR ARK ROYALS. £ 6.00

London. William Kimber. 1976. pp. 256. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W, very slightly scuffed. ISBN 071830344X. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 7761

 
ARLOTT, John. KRUG HOUSE OF CHAMPAGNE. £ 6.00

Illustrations by Timothy Jaques. London. Davis-Poynter. 1976. pp. 224. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0706701992. With the bookplate of Simon Richard Smallwood. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 8403

 
ASHDOWN, Mrs Charles H. BRITISH COSTUME DURING XIX CENTUREIS (Civil and Ecclesiastical). £ 5.00

London. T.C. & E. C. Jack. 1910. pp. xiv, 376. Coloured frontis and 8 coloured plates, 109 black & white plates, many further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Pictorial cloth, rubbed. Lacking 1 black and white plate, pp113/114 attached with archival tape. Badly shaken, needs recasing.

Reference: 11283

 
BACON, Admiral Sir R.H. THE LIFE OF LORD FISHER OF KILVERSTONE. Admiral of the Fleet. £ 18.00

London. Hodder & Stoughton. 1929. 2 vols. pp. xxviii, 312; vii, 328.Frontis's, 36 plates. 8vo. Tan cloth, spotted. Some very minor foxing. Reprint. A reasonable copy. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED

Reference: 7935

 
BAKER, J.H. (Editor). REPORTS FROM THE LOST NOTEBOOKS OF SIR JAMES DYER. £ 20.00

London. Selden Society. 1994. 2 vols. pp. ciii, 220 twice ( Transcript on verso with translation on recto); lvii, 221 - 469 ( Transcript on verso with translation on recto), 470 - 558. Crown 4to. Blue cloth. Publications of the Selden Society. Volumes CIX & CX for the years 1993 & 1994.

Reference: 71531

 
BALES, Capt. P.G. THE HISTORY OF THE 1/4th BATTALION DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S (West Riding) REGIMENT, 1914 - 1919. £ 40.00

Halifax and London. Edward Mortimer Ltd. 1920. pp.(xi), 314. Frontis, 19 plates, 14 maps, folded + a further 2 in thetext. 8vo. Quarter calf, cloth boards. Top of front hinge split. Minor marginalia. 2 photographs tipped in on rear of two of the plates. A good copy.

Reference: 12531

 
BARKER, A.J. THE EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT (The 15th Regiment of Foot). £ 6.00

London. Leo Cooper Ltd. 1971. pp. (vii), 152. Illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. D/W, very slightly torn. Famous Regiments series edited by Lt-General Sir Brian Horrocks. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. Text underlined occasionally. ISBN 0850520576. A reasonable copy.

Reference: 7340

 
BARKER, A.J. THE WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT (The XIVth Regiment of Foot). £ 10.00

London. Leo Cooper Ltd. 1974. pp. xii, 80. 25 monochrome plates. 8vo. D/W. Famous Regiments series edited by Lt-General Sir Brian Horrocks. Additional colour illustration tipped. Previous owners address label on inside of front board. ISBN 0850521505. A very good copy.

Reference: 8013

 
BEABLE, W.H. EPITAPHS. Graveyard Humour & Eulogy. £ 6.00

London. Simpkin, Mrashall. 1927. pp. (x), 246. 8vo. Original blue cloth, hinges slightly rubbed. Text block clean. reprint.

Reference: 20675

 
BLACK, Ian. THE LAST OF THE LIGHTNINGS. A nostalgic farewell to the RAF's favourite supersonic fighter. £ 10.00

Foreword by Bill Gunston. Yeovil. Patrick Stephens Ltd. 1996. pp. 162. Very well illustrated in colour. Royal 4to. D/W. A very good, bright, clean copy. ISBN 1852605413

Reference: 8358

 
BLOMFIELD, Reginald. ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING AND DRAUGHTSMEN. £ 20.00

London. Cassell & Co. Ltd. 1912. pp. xii, 96. 103 illustrations. Royal 8vo. Original grey cloth, gilt lettering. Some foxing. A very good copy.

Reference: 15917

 
BLOMFIELD, Sir Reginald (Introduction); William Godfrey Newton (Critical Appreciation). THE WORKS OF ERNEST NEWTON. £ 50.00

London. Architectural Press. 1925. pp. xvi, 212. Coloured frontis, well illustrated in monochrome with photographs and plans. 4to. Burgandy cloth, slightly marked, corners bumped, parts of lower edge worn. Internally a very good clean copy.

Reference: 284010

 
BONE, Muirhead. WAR DRAWINGS. £ 750.00

London. By Authority of the War Office. 1918. 60 plates and Contents leaf. Folio. Plates measure 1ft. 8ins x 1ft. 3ins. Original boards, new cloth spine and ties. The plates are clean and sharp. Presentation Edition.

Reference: 83100

 
BONIFACE, Priscilla. HOTELS & RESTAURANTS. 1830 to the present day. £ 5.00

General Editor Peter Fowler. London. HMSO; Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England. 1981. pp. (x). 97 monochrome illustrations. 4to. Paperback. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 0117009938

Reference: 64982

 
BOURNE, Roy & peter Latham. ARTIFEX SEMPER AUXILIO. A Century of Vocational Education in South East London. £ 10.00

Stroud. Alan Sutton. 1991. pp. xix, 204. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. Edge of text block beginning to brown very slightly. Previous owners label on front free endpaper. A very good copy. ISBN 0951755706

Reference: 86681

 
BREAKENRIDGE, William M. HELLDORADO. Bringing the Law to the Mesquite. £ 12.00

Edited by Richard Maxwell Brown. Chicago. R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company. The Lakeside Press. 1982. pp. xlii, 454. Illustrated. Small 8vo. Brown cloth, top edge gilt. No. 80 of the Lakeside Classics series. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 44153

 
BREYER, Siegfried. BATTLESHIPS OF THE WORLD 1905 - 1970. £ 10.00

Translated by Keith Thomas. London. Conway Maritime Press. 1984. pp. 400. Illustrated in monochrome. Super royal 8vo. D/W. 2nd impression. A very good, clean copy. ISBN 0851771815

Reference: 13973

 
BRIAN, M.V. ANTS. £ 30.00

London. Collins. 1977. pp. 233. 2 colour plates, 16 black and white plates. 8vo. D/W. 1st edition. New Naturalist 59. ISBN 0002193787. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 11001

 
BROSTER, L.R; Clifford Allen; H.W.C. Vines; Jocelyn Patterson; Alan W. Greenwood; G.F. Marrian; & G.C. Butler. THE ADRENAL CORTEX AND INTERSEXUALITY. £ 30.00

With a Foreword by Sir Walter Langdon-Brown. London. Chapman & Hall Ltd. 1938. pp. xii, 245. 25 plates. 8vo. Blue cloth, spine dulled, cloth slightly marked. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper. Internally a good, clean copy.

Reference: 273425

 
BROWN, David. (editor). INVASION EUROPE. £ 45.00

Battle Summary No. 39. Operation Neptune. Landings in Normandy June 1944; Invasion of the South of France. Operation Dragoon. 15th August 1944; The Campaign in North-West Euope June 1944 - May 1945. London. HMSO Publications. 1994. 3 vols. pp. 187, 189; 86; 87. 2 folders containing 30 plans and an Errata and Addenda leaflet. 8vo. Blue cloth. All five items in a slip case. ISBN 0117726591

Reference: 14411

 
BROWN, Leslie. BRITISH BIRDS OF PREY. A study of Britain's 24 diurnal raptors. £ 6.00

London. Bloomsbury Books. 1982. pp. xiv, 400. 16 plates. 8vo. D/W. Reprint. New Naturalist Series (60). ISBN 1870630637. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 83030R

 
BRUCE, J.M. et al. PROFILE PUBLICATIONS. Number 1 - Number 262. £ 100.00

Profile Publications Ltd. (1966 ) - 1974. 262 issues bound in 10 volumes. 8vo. Black cloth. A very good run of this aviation magazine. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED

Reference: 175780

 
BUFFONI, Franco. I TRE DESIDERI. £ 5.00

Genova. S. Marco dei Giustiniani. 1985. pp. 110, (iv). 8vo. Paperback. 2nd edition. Poetry.

Reference: 18465

 
BYRN, Richard. (Editor). COUSINS AT ONE REMOVE. Anglo-German Studies 2. £ 3.00

Leeds. Northern Universities Press. 1998. pp. v, 202. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 25097

 
CALTHROP, Dion Clayton. ENGLISH COSTUME Painted & Described. £ 10.00

London. Adam & Charles Black. 1907. pp. 463. Coloured frontis and 69 coloured plates as called for, 23 black & white plates. 8vo. Pink pictorial cloth, spine faded and frayed at head and tail. Partly unopened. The tissue guards are browned. Slightly shabby.

Reference: 27516

 
CAMMAERTS, Emile. UPON THIS ROCK. £ 6.00

London. Cresset Press. 1942. pp. 130. 8vo. D/W, a little dusty. Inscribed by the author on front free endpaper ' To Charles Cammell, with his most sincere good wishes, from Emile Cammaerts August 1947'

Reference: 17763

 
CAVANAGH, Terry. PUBLIC SCULPTURE OF LIVERPOOL. £ 20.00

Liverpool University Press. 1997. pp. xxii, 371. 2 maps, illustrated in monochrome. Oblong 4to. D/W. A bright, clean copy. ISBN 0853237018

Reference: 17603

 
CHATTERTON, E. Keble. ENGLISH SEAMEN AND THE COLONIZATION OF AMERICA. £ 6.00

London. Arrowsmith Ltd. 1930. pp. 326. Frontis, 25 plates. 8vo. D/W, torn. Some foxing throughout.

Reference: 62179

 
CHENEY, C.R. EPISCOPAL VISIITATION OF MONASTERIES IN THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY. £ 6.00

Manchester University Press. 1931. pp. vii, 190. 8vo. Black cloth. Historical Series No. LVIII. A very good copy.

Reference: 8267

 
CHURCHILL, The Rt. Hon. Winston S. THOUGHTS AND ADVENTURES. £ 250.00

London. Thornton Butterworth Ltd. 1932. pp. 320. Frontis, line drawings in the text. 8vo. Original cloth, dulled. 1st edition.

Reference: 14017

 
CLARKE, J.F. BUILDING SHIPS ON THE NORTH EAST COAST. A Labour of Love, Risk and Pain. Part 1 c. 1640 - 1914; Part 2 c. 1914 - c1980. £ 75.00

Whitley Bay. The Bewick Press. 1997. 2 vols. pp . (ii), viii, 383; (ii), viii, 516. illustrated in monochrome with Diagrams, Photographs, and Drawings. Super royal 8vo. D/Ws. A very good bright, clean copy. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED

Reference: 12144

 
CLARKSON, Leslie. DEATH, DISEASE AND FAMINE in Pre-industrial England. £ 6.00

New York. St. Martin's Press. 1976. pp. (xi), 188. 8vo. D/W. Clean copy.

Reference: 12901

 
CONNOLLY, Cyril and Jerome Zerbe. LES PAVILLONS. French Pavilions of the Eighteenth Century. £ 16.00

ondon. Hamish Hamilton. 1962. pp. (x), 211. Well illustrated in black & white. Royal 8vo. Purple cloth. A good copy.

Reference: 80211

 
COOPER, Leonard. THE KING'S OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY (The 51st and 105th Regiment of Foot). £ 10.00

London. Leo Cooper Ltd. 1970. pp. (ix), 125. Illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. D/W, very slightly frayed. Famous Regiments series edited by Lt-General Sir Brian Horrocks. Previous owners address label inside front board. ISBN 0850520096. A very good copy.

Reference: 70028

 
CORNFORTH, John. THE COUNTRY HOUSES OF ENGLAND 1948 - 1998. £ 10.00

ondon. Constable. 1998. pp. xvi, 335. 11 colour illustrations & 66 monochrome. 8vo. D/W. Previous owner's inscription on front free endpaper. A very good bright, clean copy. ISBN 0094791503

Reference: 17412

 
COUNTRYMAN, Barry. R100 in Canada. £ 20.00

Ontario. Boston Mills Press. 1982. pp. 128. Illustrated in monochrome. Super royal 8vo. D/W. A very good, bright, clean copy. ISBN 0919822363

Reference: 14059

 
CRATHORNE, James. CLIVEDEN. The Place and The People. £ 16.00

London. Collins & Brown. 1995. pp. 224. Well illustrated. 4to. D/W, very slightly frayed. Signed on the title page by the author and also inscribed by him to a previous owner. ISBN 1855852233. A very good copy.

Reference: 119750

 
DARVALL, Frank Ongley. POPULAR DISTURBANCES AND PUBLIC ORDER IN REGENCY ENGLAND being an Account of the Luddite and other disorders in England during the years 1811 - 1817 and of the attitutude and activity of the Authorities. £ 12.00

With a new introduction by Angus MacIntyre. Oxford University Press. 1969. pp. xix, 12 - 363. The pagination follows the Content list. 8vo. D/W. Reprint, original published 1934. ISBN 198223196. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 22185

 
DAVIES, Michael. BELIEF IN THE SEA. State encouragement of British Merchant Shipping and Shipbuilding. £ 16.00

London. Lloyd's of London Press Ltd. 1992. pp. xvii, 371. 8vo. D/W. A very good, bright, clean copy. ISBN 1850442045

Reference: 50821

 
DIACK, Francis C. THE INSCRIPTIONS OF PICTLAND. An Essay on the sculptured and inscribed stones of the North East and North of Scotland: with other writings and collections. £ 80.00

Edited by WilliamM. Alexander and John MacDonald. Aberdeen. For the Third Spalding Club. 1944. pp. xix, 207, 13 of List of Office-Bearers and Members of the Third Spalding Club. 40 illustrations. 8vo. Green cloth with gilt lettering. Small tear to illustration leaf 18 & 19/ 20 & 21, repaired and not affecting the illustration. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 18860

 
DIGBY, Anne. PAUPER PALACES. £ 10.00

London. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1978. pp. x, 266. Illustrated with 20 photographs, 3 maps, 15 line drawings & 5 tables. 8vo. D/W, spine faded. Studies in Economic History. ISBN 0710087845. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 92970

 
DILKS, David. COMMUNICATIONS, THE COMMONWEALTH AND THE FUTURE. £ 5.00

University of Hull Press. (1994). pp. 21. 8vo. Wrapper. Inaugural Commonwealth Lecture delivered in the Middleton Hall of the University of Hull on 10th May, 1994.

Reference: 12085

 
DOYLE, William. THE PARLEMENT OF BORDEAUX AND THE END OF THE OLD REGIME !771 - 1790. £ 6.00

London. Ernest Benn Ltd. 1974. pp. xii, 355. 3 maps. 8vo. D/W. Minor foxing edge of text block. ISBN 0510262104. A very good copy.

Reference: 78748

 
EDWARDS, Kathleen. THE ENGLISH SECULAR CATHEDRALS IN THE MIDDLE AGES. A Constitutional Study with special reference to the Fourteenth Century. £ 30.00

Manchester University Press; New York. Barnes & Noble. 1967. pp. xx, 412. Frontis. 6 plates. 8vo. D/W. 2nd edition. A very good copy.

Reference: 14032

 
FLEURE, H.J. A NATURAL HISTORY OF MAN IN BRITAIN. Conceived as a study of changing relations between Men and Environmemts. £ 6.00

London. Collins. 1951. pp. xviii, 349. 32 colour plates and 32 black and white plates. 8vo. D/W. 1st edition. Edge of text block sightly browned. New Naturalist 18. A very good copy.

Reference: 20424

 
FOLEY, Edwin. THE BOOK OF DECORATIVE FURNTITURE. Its Form, Colour, & History. £ 35.00

London. T.C. & E.C. Jack, Ltd. (1924). 2 vols. pp. (iii), xv, 427; xii, 420. 100 tipped in colour plates, many further illustrations throughout the text. Royal 4to. Original brown, blind stamped cloth. A good, clean set.

Reference: 11375

 
FOLEY, Edwin. THE BOOK OF DECORATIVE FURNTITURE. Its Form, Colour, & History. £ 35.00

London. T.C. & E.C. Jack, Ltd. (1924). 2 vols. pp. (iii), xv, 427; xii, 420. 100 tipped in colour plates, many further illustrations throughout the text. Royal 4to. Original brown, blind stamped cloth. A good, clean set.

Reference: 11375

 
FRANCIS, A.D. THE WINE TRADE. £ 6.00

London. Adam & Charles Black. 1972. pp. vi, 353. 3 maps. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0713613084. With the bookplate of Simon Richard Smallwood. A very good copy.

Reference: 14701

 
FRASER, Edward. THE WAR DRAMA OF THE EAGLES. £ 30.00

Napoleon's Standard-Bearers on the battlefield in victory and defeat from Austerlitz to Waterloo. A Record of hard fighting, Heroism and Adventure. London. John Murray. 1912. pp. xviii, 444. Frontis, 9 plates, 7 maps. 8vo. original cloth, slightly dulled, top edge gilt. pp. 421 - 424 damaged in the margin, not affecting the text.

Reference: 10375

 
FREMANTLE, Admiral the Hon. Sir E.R. NELSON. Reprinted from the Navy league Journal with a Preface by the Secretary. £ 30.00

Bound with EARDLEY-WILMOT, Rear-Admiral S. THE BRITISH NAVY Past and Present with Lists showing strength of H.M. Fleet in all classes of ships. Third edition. Westminster. The Navy League. 1904; 1905 pp. 72, 103, (iii). Well illustrated. 8vo. Full red calf, unevenly faded, scared on back board.

Reference: 6474

 
FROW, Edmund & Ruth. TO MAKE THAT FUTURE - NOW!. A History of the Manchester and Salford Trades Council. £ 3.00

Didsbury, Manchester. E.J. Morten. 1976. pp. (xii), 176, (v). Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback, spine slightly creased. previous owners name on front free endpaper otherwise clean copy.

Reference: 82020

 
GIDDEY, Ernest. L'ANGLETERRE DANS AL VIE INTELLECTUELLE DE LA SUISSE ROMANDE au XVIII Siecle. £ 10.00

Lausanne. Bibliotheque Historique Vaudoise. 1974. pp. 261. 8vo. Paperback. Pages roughly opened. Bibliotheque Historique Vaudoise collection dirigee par Colin Martin No 51.

Reference: 10318

 
GODECHOT, Jacques. THE COUNTER-REVOLUTION. Doctrine and Action 1789 - 1804. £ 6.00

London. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1972. pp. x, 405. 8vo. D/W. Treanslated from the French by Salvator Attanasio. ISBN 0170073011. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 8397

 
GODFREY, Colonel M.J. MONOGRAPH & ICONOGRAPH OF NATIVE BRITISH ORCHIDACEAE. £ 300.00

With fifty-seven coloured plates from water-colourdrawings of living plants by Hilda M. Godfrey. Cambridge University Press. 1933. pp. xvi, 259. Frontis & 57 colour plates, 9 monochrome plates plus illustration of artist, all with tissue guards. Small folio. Original blue cloth, corners very slightly rubbed, top edge gilt. Addenda et Corrigenda loosely slipped in. A very good copy.

Reference: 18828

 
GORHAM, Maurice. Illustrated by Edward Ardizzone. SHOWMEN & SUCKERS. An excursion on the crazy fringe of the entertainment world. £ 16.00

London. Percival Marshall. 1951. pp. ix, 262. Illustrated throughout. 8vo. D/W, slightly frayed. A very good copy.

Reference: 60372

 
GORHAN, Maurice. Illustrated by Edward Ardizzone. SHOWMEN & SUCKERS. An excursion on the crazy fringe of the entertainment world. £ 16.00

London. Percival Marshall. 1951. pp. ix, 262. Illustrated throughout. 8vo. D/W, slightly frayed. A very good copy.

Reference: 60372

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. A PRECSRIPTION FOR FOREING TRAVEL. £ 60.00

([London? :[Arthur Guinness Son & Co. Ltd) (1966). pp. (12). Illustrated by John Astrop. written by Paul Jennings, designed by S.H. Benson Ltd. 8vo.Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 34508

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. A VISIT TO BEDSYDE MANOR. Guinness's Guide For You. £ 50.00

([London? :[Arthur Guinness Son & Co. Ltd) (1965). pp. (14). Illustrated by John Vernon Lord, text by Stanley Penn, design by S.H. Benson Ltd. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 66961

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. ALICE WHERE ART THOU? More Guiness Carrolling. £ 60.00

(London?). Arthur Guinness, Son & Co. (1952). pp. (xii). Illustrated by Antony Groves-Raines, designed by S. H. Benson Ltd. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Rear cover torn, lower spine split, both repaired with archival tape. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 11697

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. ALL MY OWN WORK. The Guinness Do It Yourself Book. £ 50.00

(Dublin? Arthur Guinnness, Son & Co). (1964). pp. (12). Illustrated by John Tribe, text by Stanley Penn, design by S.H. Benson Ltd. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 79891

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. GAME PIE. A Guinness Indoor Sportfolio. £ 75.00

([London? :[Arthur Guinness Son & Co. Ltd) (1955). pp. (12). Illustrated by Edward Ardizzone, designed by S.H. Benson Ltd. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 6620

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. GUINNESS NON SCIENCE. £ 80.00

([London? :[Arthur Guinness Son & Co. Ltd) (1963). pp. (12). Illustrated by Maureen Roffey and Bernard Lodge, text by Stanley penn, design by S.H. Benson Ltd. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 14632

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. PEN PORTRAITS BY A.P.H. Exhibited by Guinness. £ 50.00

(London?. Arthur Guinness, Son & Co. Ltd (1962). pp. (xii). Illustrated by Michael Ffolkes, verse by A.P. Herbert, design by S.H. Benson. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 11932

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. REIGNING CATS & DOGS. A Guinness Book of Pets. £ 60.00

([London? :[Arthur Guinness Son & Co. Ltd) (1960). pp. (12). Illustrated by Gerard Hoffnung, verses by Stanley penn, design by S.H. Benson Ltd. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 470934

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. UNTOPICAL SONGS accompanied by Guinness. £ 30.00

(London? Arthur Guinness, Son & Co). (1953). pp. (12). Illustrated by Ronald Ferns, designed by S. H. Benson Ltd. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 86832

 
GUINNESS, Arthur, Son & Co. WHAT WILL THEY THINK OF NEXT? A Guinness Inventory. £ 50.00

(London?) Arthur Guinness Son & Co. (1954). pp. (xii). Illustrated by Antony Groves- Raines, designed by S.H. Benson Ltd. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Guinness Advertising Booklet. A very good copy.

Reference: 118740

 
HARBEN, Philip. BEST DISHES FROM EUROPE. £ 10.00

London. Arco Publications Ltd. 1958. pp. 93, (iii) of adverts. 8vo. D/W.

Reference: 8279

 
HARBEN, Philip. BEST PARTY DISHES. £ 10.00

London. Arco Publications Ltd. 1958. pp. 120, (iv) of adverts. 8vo. D/W. Edge of text block slightly tanned. A very good copy.

Reference: 62794

 
HENZE, Anton. LA TOURETTE. The Le Corbusier monastery. £ 15.00

Photographs by Bernhard Moosbrugger. London. Lund Humphries. 1966. pp. 71. 48 photographs. 4to. D/W, very slightly frayed. Clean copy.

Reference: 15688

 
HEWER, H.R. BRITISH SEALS. £ 30.00

London. Collins. 1974. pp. 256. 24 plates. 8vo. D/W. 1st edition. New Naturalist 57. Previous owners' name and blind stampon front free endpaper, otherwise a very good, clean copy. ISBN 0002130327

Reference: 15808

 
HUGHES, Jonathan. THE RELIGIOUS LIFE OF RICHARD III. Piety and Prayer in the North of England. £ 10.00

Foreword by Jeremy Catto. Stroud. Sutton Publishing. 1997. pp. xiv, 209. 6 colour plates, 13 monochrome illustrations. 8vo. D/W. A very good bright, clean copy. ISBN 0750911158

Reference: 11654

 
HURNARD, Naomi. THE KING'S PARDON FOR HOMICIDE BEFORE A.D. 1307. £ 6.00

Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1969. pp. xiv, 394. 8vo. D/W, spine faded & very slightly marked. Previous owners name on front free endpaper.

Reference: 9426

 
HURST, Alex. A. THOMAS SOMERSCALES MARINE ARTIST. His Life and Work. £ 12.00

Brighton. Teredo Books. 1988. pp. xxi, 282. 174 illustrations in colour and monochrome. 4to. D/W. ISBN 0903662116. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 21468

 
HUSSEY, Christopher. HADDON HALL. A Seat of the Duke of Rutland. Written in four parts and reprinted from Country Life. December 2 - 23 1949. £ 5.00

London. Country Life. 1949. pp. 22 unnnumbered pages. Well illustrated. A4. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Corners slightly bent. A very good copy.

Reference: 6901

 
HYDE, H. Montgomery. THE LONDONDERRYS. A Family Portrait. £ 8.00

London. Hamish Hamilton. 1979. pp. xx, 298. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W.

Reference: 6653

 
HYDE, Ralph. GETTING LONDON IN PERSPECTIVE. £ 5.00

London. Barbican Art Gallery. 1984. pp. 112. Illustrated in colour and monochrome. Royal 8vo. Paperback, front cover creased. A reasonable copy. ISBN 094637208x

Reference: 21157

 
IMMS, A.D. INSECT NATURAL HISTORY. £ 6.00

London. Collins. 1973. pp. xviii, 317.40 colour plates,32 black & white plates,40 illustrations within the text, & 8 maps. 8vo. D/W. Reprint. New Naturalst 8. ISBN 0002131021. A very good copy.

Reference: 11509

 
JACOBSEN, Meyers K. CONVAIR B-36 PEACEMAKER. A Photo Chronicle. £ 5.00

Atglen. Schiffer Military History. 1999. pp. 88. Well illustrated in monochrome. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 0764309749

Reference: 98536

 
KEMP, Gerald Van Der. VERSAILLES. £ 30.00

London. Sotheby Parke Bernet. 1978. pp. 255. Well illustrated in colour. Imperial 8vo. Red cloth. ISBN 0856670502. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 65613

 
KERNAN, Thomas, by the editors of Maison & Jardinunder Kernan's direction. THE FINEST ROOMS IN FRANCE. £ 25.00

New York. The Viking Press. 1967. pp. 320. Well illustrated mainly in monochrome. Small folio. Cloth. A good copy.

Reference: 146690

 
KOSS, Stephen. NONCONFORMITY IN MODERN BRITISH POLITICS. £ 5.00

London. B.T. Batsford. 1975. pp. 263, (ix) of index. Frontis. 8vo. D/W, spine very faded.

Reference: 11819

 
KROYER, Peter. THE STORY OF LINDSEY HOUSE CHELSEA. £ 75.00

London. Country Life Ltd. 1956. pp. 128. Frontis, 25 illustrations. 4to. Cloth. With a 4 page A4 typed letter signed from the author to Mr G.M. Roberts of 98 Cheyne Walk, which is part of Lindsey House, regarding an article in World of Interiors May 1984 on Lindsey House. The author had lived at 97 & 98 Cheyne Walk.

Reference: 102940

 
KUNZ, George Frederick and Charles Hugh Stevenson. THE BOOK OF THE PEARL. The History, Art, Science, and Industry of the Queen of Gems. £ 950.00

London. MacMillan & Co. 1908. pp. xx, 548. Coloured frontis and 16 coloured plates all with tissue guards, a further 85 black and white plates. Royal 8vo. Cream cloth with gilt decoration, spine slightly dulled, top edge gilt. The Bibliography and Index partly unopened.

Reference: 79690

 
LEWIS, Dr. Percy. A MANUAL OF MEDICAL EXERCISES. £ 6.00

London. H.K. Lewis. 1910. pp. 66. 35 line drawings. Very smal 4to. Grey cloth, spine faded. 2nd edition. A very good copy.

Reference: 20272

 
LINN, Ian. APPLICATION REFUSED. Employment Vetting by the State. £ 5.00

Civil Liberties Trust. 1990. pp. xii, 91. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 10042

 
LLOYD, John Henry. DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL LLOYD (born 1768), married Rachel Braithwaite (born 1768) 1791. He died 1849. She died 1854. £ 75.00

Birmingham. Privately Printed. 1914. pp. 8 folded linen backed. 4to. Wrapper. Tied as issued with slipcase and explanatory letter. Each page is divided into columns listing Children, Grandchildren, Great-Grandchildren, Great-Great-Grandchildren, & Great-Great-Great-Grandchildren.

Reference: 7612

 
LUCAS, James and James Barker. THE KILLING GROUNDS. The Battle of the Falaise Gap, August 1944. £ 6.00

London. B.T. Batsford Ltd. 1978. pp. 176. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. 2nd impression. ISBN 0713404337. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 45436

 
MacDonald, Lyn. BORDEAUX AND AQUITAINE. £ 10.00

London. Batsford. 1976. pp. 191. Well illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0713431810. With the bookplate of Simon Richard Smallwood. A very good copy.

Reference: 174580

 
MAGNUS, Laurie. THE WEST RIDING TERRITORIALS IN THE GREAT WAR. £ 45.00

With a Foreword by Field_Marshal Earl Haig. London. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd. 1920. pp. xv, 324, (ii) of adverts. Frontis, 15 plates and further illustrations in the tex. 8vo. Red cloth, spine slightly faded. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 309030

 
McLEAN, Ruari. LETTER AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS FOR A SERIES OF BOOKLETS FOR ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. £ 70.00

The Letter is dated 7th November 1958 and addressed to The Rt Rev & Rt Hon J.C.W. Wand. The letter suggests that the Cathedral might benifit from the sale of a series of booklets on the line of one done by McLean for Lincoln Cathedral which is also enclosed. McLean suggests four titles. The mock ups of the covers of three of these are enclosed:- Wren's Spires; A Short History of St Paul's; & The Craftsmen of St. Pauls. The fourth - St Paul's in London's Landscape is lacking. McLean goes on to say that he would like to redesign the Guide and three variant mock ups of the covers of that are enclosed.

Reference: 82000

 
McLEOD, Hugh. RELIGION AND SOCIETY IN ENGLAND 1850 - 1914. £ 10.00

London. MacMillan Press Ltd. 1996. pp. viii, 267. 3 maps. 8vo. D/W, spine faded. ISBN 0333534891. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 97982

 
McMURTRIE, Francis E. (Editor). JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS 1944 - 45. Founded in 1897 by Fred T. Jane Forty-Eighth Year of Issue (Corrected to April 1946). £ 15.00

London. Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd. 1946. pp. 79 of adverts, xxx (index), 36 (addenda). 636. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Blue cloth, spine slightly dulled, cloth slightly marked. There are numerous manuscript notes by F. A. Howorth of Nottingham tipped in, some stuck down afffecting illustrations and text, throughout the volume.

Reference: 81273

 
McMURTRIE, Francis E. (Editor). JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS 1947 - 48. Jubilee Edition. Founded in 1897 by Fred T. Jane Fiftieth Year of Issue (Corrected to July 1948). £ 30.00

London. Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd. 1948. pp. 59 of adverts, xxiv (index), 27 (late addenda), 498. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Blue cloth, spine slightly faded. There are numerous manuscript notes by F. A. Howorth of Nottingham tipped in, some stuck down afffecting illustrations and text, throughout the volume.

Reference: 55708

 
MOHRT, Francoise. THE GIVENCHY STYLE. £ 200.00

Foreword by Hubert de Givenchy. Paris. Assouline. 1998. pp. 208. Very well illustrated. Royal 8vo. Black cloth. ISBN 2843231078. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 24167

 
MOORE, Andrew. (Editor). HOUGHTON HALL. The Prime Minister, The Empress and The Heritage. £ 10.00

London. Philip Wilson Publishers Ltd. 1996. pp. 176. Well illustrated. Royal 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0856674389. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 103300

 
MOORE, Jerrold Northrop. F.L. GRIGGS (1876 - 1938). The Architecture of Dreams. £ 25.00

Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1999. pp. xii, 290. 4 colour plates, frontis & 143 monochrome illustrations.4to. D/W. Signed by the author on title page. A very good bright, clean copy. ISBN 0198174071

Reference: 75531

 
MUNILLA, Fray Martin de. LA AUSTRIALIA DEL ESPIRITU SANTO. The Journal of Fray Martin de Munilla O.F.M. and other documents relating to The Voyage of Pedro Fernandez de Quiros to the South Sea (1605 - 1606) and the Franciscan Missionary Plan (1617 - 1627). £ 25.00

Translated and edited by Celsus Kelly O.F.M. With ethnological introduction, appendix, and other contributions by G.S. Parsonson. Cambridge. By the Hakluyt Society at the University Press. 1966. 2 vols. pp. xvii, 270; xv, 446. Folded frontis - Vol 1, 11 plates, 4 maps & 3 tables. 8vo. D/Ws, slightly foxed. The Hakluyt Society Second Series No CXXVI & CXXVII.

Reference: 8477

 
NESBIT, Roy Conyers. Assisted by Oliver Hoare. RAF COASTAL COMMAND IN ACTION 1939 - 1945. £ 6.00

Stroud. Sutton Publishing Ltd in association with the Public Records Office. 1997. pp. ix, 182. Very well illustrated in monochrome, archive photographs from the Public Record Office.. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 075091565X. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 12899

 
NICOLS, Rose Standish. ENGLISH PLEASURE GARDENS. £ 14.00

New York. The MacMillan Company. 1902. pp. xxiv, 324, (ii) of adverts. Frontis, 65 plates, 10 plans - all as called for, many further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Original pictorial cloth, slightly marked, top edge gilt, front hinge slightly tender.

Reference: 110670

 
O'DONOGHUE, Edward Geoffrey. BRIDEWELL HOSPITAL PALACE, PRISON, SCHOOLS from the earliest times to the end of the reign of Elizabeth. £ 25.00

London. John Lane The Bodely Head Ltd. 1923. pp. xii, 262, (ii) of adverts. Frontis, 40 plates and further illustrations in the text. 8vo. D/W, slightly torn & frayed. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 70121

 
OKEY, T. VENICE AND ITS STORY. £ 25.00

Illustrated by Nelly Erichsen, W.K. Hinchliff & O.F.M Ward. London. J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. 1910. pp. xvi, 332. Coloured frontis & 39 plates, black and white plates, line drawings within the text, 2 maps. 8vo. Decorative green cloth, top edge gilt. Third revised, cheaper edition. A very good copy.

Reference: 73361

 
OLDMAN, Gary and Jack English. NIL BY MOUTH. £ 250.00

SE8 Group C. 1996. pp. (62). Oblong 4to. D/W. No.58 of 200 copies signed by Oldman.

Reference: 9754

 
PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES INC. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY FRENCH FURNITURE & WORKS OF ART. European & Oriental Ormolu-Mounted Porcelain French Sculpture & other Decorative Objects Savonnerie & oriental Carpets and Rugs. £ 16.00

Property of the Estate of the Late Madame Lucienne Fribourg New York and Paris Dold by order of Her Executor and Property of the FribourgFoundation Inc. Public Auction Saturday April 19 at 1.45pm. New York. Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc. 1969. pp. (vii), 172. Illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Boards. Pencil note of 4 lots on front free endpaper. Those lots ringed in pencil. Auction Catalogue.

Reference: 85730

 
PATERSON, W.F. Edited by Arthur G. Credland. A GUIDE TO THE CROSSBOW. A Memorial Volume. £ 10.00

Society of Archer-Antiquaries. 1990. pp. 132. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. No. 900 of a limited edition of 1000 copies. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 162412

 
PEARCE, E.H. THE MONKS OF WESTMINSTER being a Register of the Brethern of the Convent from the time of the Confessor to the Dissolution. With Lists of the Obedientiaries and an Introduction. £ 20.00

Cambridge University Press. 1916. pp. x, 236. Royal 8vo. Original black cloth, top edge gilt. Some very minor foxing of endpapers, previous owners signature in pencil on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 12574

 
PEARSALL, W.H. and Winifred Pennington. THE LAKE DISTRICT. A Landscape History. £ 6.00

London. Bloomsbury Books. 1977. pp. 320. 32 plates. 8vo. D/W. Reprint. New Naturalis Series (53). ISBN 1870630580. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 50060R

 
PEARSALL, W.H. Revised by Winifred Pennington (Mrs T.G. Tutin). MOUNTAINS AND MOORLANDS. £ 6.00

London. Collins. 1977. pp. xvi, 312. 32 colour plates, 32 black & white plates, 47 text figures. 8vo. D/W. New Naturalist 11. Reprint. ISBN 0002194775. A very good copy.

Reference: 74340

 
PICKERING, P. Spencer Umfreville. (Compiler). THE PICKERINGS OF BARLBY, YORK AND WETHERBY. £ 95.00

London. Eyre & Spottiswoode Ltd. 1916. pp. 56. 8vo.Full morocco, spine slightly dulled and rubbed at head and tail, bound by Eyre & Spottiswoode. Top edge gilt. With the bookplate of John Porter and with a second label on the rear endpaper saying 'This Volime forms part of a collection of books published 1820 - 1853/4 by William Pickering - John Porter.'

Reference: 9110

 
POTTER, Stephen and Laurens Sargent. PEDIGREE. Essays on the Etymology of Words from Nature. £ 50.00

London. Collins. 1973. pp. 322. 8vo. D/W. 1st edition. New Naturalist 56. Previous owners' name and blind stamp on front free endpaper, otherwise a very good, clean copy. ISBN 000213179x

Reference: 14534

 
PREST, John. POLITICS IN THE AGE OF COBDEN. £ 6.00

London. MacMillan. 1977. pp. vii, 165. 8vo. D/W.

Reference: 13702

 
PRESTON, Hubert (Editor). WISDEN CRICKETERS'ALMANACK 1949. £ 25.00

London. Sporting Handbooks Ltd. 1949. pp.viii, 935. 13 illustrations. 16mo. Original limp cloth covers. Corners bumped, spine stained.

Reference: 720900

 
PRIME, Cecil T. LORDS & LADIES. £ 50.00

London. Collins. 1960. pp. xiv, 241. Coloured frontis, 5 monochrome illustrations. 8vo. D/W, slightly torn and frayed. Some minor transfer of title page to frontis. A reasonable copy of the first edition. New Naturalsit Monograph 17.

Reference: 47285

 
RAMM, H.G. THE TOMBS OF ARCHBISHOPS WALTER DE GRAY (1216 - 55) AND GODFREY DE LUDHAM (1258 - 65) IN YORK MINSTER, and their Contents. £ 10.00

Oxford. By Vivian Ridler for the Society of Antiquaries of London. 1917. pp. 101 - 147. 29 plates, further illustrations in the text. Royal 4to. Printed wrapper. Off print from Archaeologia Vol LXXXV. A reasonable copy.

Reference: 74142

 
RAMSEY, Winston G. (Editor). D-DAY. Then and Now. £ 60.00

London. Battle of Britain International Ltd. 1995. 2 vols. pp. 315, v; (v), 316 - 705, (xxi) of index. Well illustrated in monochrome. Small folio. D/Ws. Bright, clean copies. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED

Reference: 306259

 
RAMSEY, Winston G. (Editor); Ken Wakefield (Text). THE BLITZ. Then and Now. £ 90.00

London. Battle of Britain Prints International Ltd. 1987 - 1990. 3 vols. pp. 336; 656; 592. Well illustrated in monochrome. Small folio. D/Ws. Bright, clean copy. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED.

Reference: 13821

 
RECKITT, B. N. THE LINDLEY AFFAIR. A Diary of the Boer War. £ 10.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1972. pp. ix, 52. 8vo. Red cloth. Inscribed by the author on front free endpaper, previous owner's bookplate. A very good copy.

Reference: 9975

 
REES, Terence and David Wilmore. (Editers). BRITISH THEATRICAL PATENTS 1901 - 1950. £ 16.00

London. The Society for Theatrical research in association with theatreshire books ltd. 2010. pp. xii, 355, (ii) of adverts. Well illustrated. 8vo. Laminated boards. ISBN 9780854300759. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 118550

 
RICHMOND, I.A. (Editor). ROMAN AND NATIVE IN NORTH BRITAIN. £ 5.00

Edinburgh. Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd. 1958. pp. x, 174. 8 plates, 8 maps, 6 figures in the text. 8vo. D/W, slightly torn. Edges slightly foxed.

Reference: 69260

 
RICHTER, Walter (Compiler). DIE OLYPISCHEN SPIELE 1936 in Berlin und Garmisch-Partenkirchen. £ 195.00

Hamburg-Bahrenfeld. Cigaretten-Bilderdienst. 1936. 2 vols. pp. 128; 168. Illustrated with photoprints tipped in (complete) and a folded plan at rear of Vol 1. 4to. Original blue cloth. Early printing 801 - 900 Tausend

Reference: 10440

 
ROBINSON, John Martin. THE LATEST COUNTRY HOUSES. £ 5.00

London. The Bodley Head. 1984. pp. 240. Well illustrated in monochrome with 23 colour plates. 8vo. D/W. Previous owner's blind stamp and bookplate on front free endpaper. ISBN 0370305620. A very good copy.

Reference: 73320

 
ROSSI, John P. THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE BRITISH LIBERAL PARTY: A Study of the Tactics of the Liberal Opposition, 1874 - 1880. £ 10.00

Philadelphia. The American Philosophical Society. 1978. pp. 133. Royal 8vo. Paperback. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society Volume 68, Part 8 - 1978.

Reference: 7647

 
RUBIN, Barry. ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISM IN EGYPTIAN POLITICS. £ 10.00

London. MacMillan. 1990. pp. vii, 178. 8v. D/W. Text block beginning to brown. A good copy. ISBN 0333543742

Reference: 803218

 
RUSKIN, John. Edited by E.T. Cook & Alexander Wedderburn. THE WORKS OF JOHN RUSKIN. Library Edition. £ 2,500.00

London. George Allen; New York. Longmans, Green & Co. 1903 - 1912. 39 vols with Publishers' Notice (pp. 8) loosely inserted into Vol 37. 38 frontis's, 977 plates, 100 facsimiles, with further line drawings, woodcuts and facsimiles in the text. Majority of plates with tissue guards. 8vo. Original maroon cloth, spines faded unevenly. Minor foxing. Some splitting of the endpapers at the hinges internally in Vols 6, 9, 20, 36, & 38. Small nick to top of front board on Vol 12. The set is mainly unopened. Limited editon of 2062 copies of which 2000 were for sale. Vol 1. Early Prose Writings 1834 to 1843; Vol 2. Poems; Vol 3. Modern Painters Vol 1 containing Parts I and II Of General Principles and of Truth; Vol 4. Modern Painters Vol 2 containing Part III, Sections I and II Of the Imagination and Theoretic Faculties. Vol 5. Modern Painters Vol 3 containing Part IV Of Many Things; Vol 6. Modern Painter Vol 4 containing Part V Of Mountain Beauty; Vol 7. Modern Painters Vol 5 completing the Work, and containing Parts VI Of Leaf beauty - VII Of Cloud Beauty - VIII Of Ideas of Relation 1. Of Invention Formal - IX Of Ideas of relation 2. Of Invention Spiritual; Vol 8 The Seven Lamps of Architecture; Vol 9. The Stones of Venice Vol I The Foundations; Vol 10. The Stones of Venice Vol II The Sea-Stories; Vol 11. The Stones of Venice Vol III The Fall and Examples of the Architecture of Venice; Vol 12. Lectures on Architecture and Painting (Edinburgh 1853) with Other Papers 1844 - 1854; Vol 13. Turner. The Harbours of England Catalogues and Notes; Vol 14. Academy Notes - Notes on Prout and Hunt and Other Art Criticisms 1855 - 1888; Vol 15. The Elements of Drawing, The Elements of Perspective and the Laws of Fesole; Vol 16. 'A Joy For Ever' and The Two Paths with Letters on The Oxford Museum and Various Addresses 1856 - 1860; Vol 17. Unto This Last, Munera Pulveris, Time and Tide with Other Writings on Political Economy 1860 - 1873; Vol 18. Sesame and Lilies, The Ethics of the Dust, The Crown of Wild Olive with Letters on Public Affairs 1859 - 1866; Vol 19. The Cestus of Aglaia and The Queen of the Air with other papers and Lectures on Art and Literature 1860 - 1870; Vol 20. Lectures on Art and Aratra Pentelici with Lectures and Notes on Greek Art and Mythology 1870; Vol 21. The Ruskin Art Collection Oxford - Catalogues, Notes and Instructions; Vol 22. Lectures on Landscape, Michael Angelo & Tintoret, The Eagleís Nest, Ariadne Florentina, with Notes for other Oxford Lectures; Vol 23. Val DíArno, The Schools of Florence, Mornings in Florence, The Shepherdís Tower; Vol 24. Giotto and His Works in Padua, The Cavalli Monuments Verona, Guide to the Academy Venice, St. Markís Rest; Vol 25. Loveís Meinie and Proserpina; Vol 26. Deucalion and Other Studies in Rocks and Stone; Vol 27. Fors Clavigera Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain Vol I containing Letters 1 - 36, 1871, 1872, 1873; Vol 28. Fors Clavigera Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain Vol II containing Letters 37 - 72 1874, 1875, 1876; Vol 29. Fors Clavigera Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain Vol III containing Letters 73 - 96 1877, 1878 - 80 - 83 - 84 with the Authorís Index; Vol 30. The Guild and Museum of St George reports, Catalogues, and other Papers; Vol 31 Bibliotheca Pastorum: The Economist of Xenophon, Rock Honeycomb, The Elements of Prosody, and A Knightís Faith; Vol 32. Studies of Peasant Life: The Story of Ida, Roadside Songs of Tuscany, Christís Folk in the Apennine, Ulric the Farm Servant; Vol 33. The Bible of Amiens, Valle Crucis, The Art of England, The Pleasures of England; Vol 34. The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth Century, On the Old Road, Arrows of the Chace, Ruskiniana; Vol 35. Praeterita and Dialecta; Vol 36. The letters of John Ruskin Vol I 1827 - 1869; Vol 37. The Letters of John Ruskin Vol II 1870 - 1889; Vol 38. Bibliography, Catalogue of Ruskinís Drawings, Addenda et Corrigenda; Vol 39. General Index.

Reference: 32590

 
RYBAKOV, B.A. (Editor). TREASURES IN THE KREMLIN. £ 5.00

Photographs by Karel Neubert. Introductions and captions to photographs are by members of the staff of the Armoury. London. Peter Nevill Ltd; Prague. Artia Publishers. 1962. pp. 127. 120 colour plates. Small folio. D/W, very slightly torn.

Reference: 40819

 
S.H.S. PHILIP SCOTT. Born 13 August 1915; Died 31 May 1942. £ 20.00

Cambridge at the University Press. For Private Circulation. 1943. pp. (vi), 50. Frontis. 8vo. Green cloth. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. Philip Scott had a commission in the Queen's Westminster Rifles, he later transferred to 1st Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps.

Reference: 65092

 
SCARISBRICK, Diana. ANCESTRAL JEWELS. £ 12.00

London. Andre Deutsch. 1989. pp. 191. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. Red cloth. ISBN 0233984801. A very good copy.

Reference: 9685

 
SCHOCH, Richard W. QUEEN VICTORIA AND THE THEATRE OF HER AGE. £ 30.00

Basingstoke. Palgrave MacMillan. 2004. pp. xx, 235. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 1403932972. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 106210

 
SELTMAN, C.T. THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY. Volume of Plates IV. £ 16.00

Cambridge University Press. 1977. pp. xiv, 211 of plates. 8vo. D/W. Reprint. ISBN 0521044979. This volume is to compliment volumes of the 1st edition edited by S.A Cook, F.E. Adcock, & M.P. Charlesworth. A very good copy.

Reference: 54393

 
SEWELL, Brocard. THE HABIT OF A LIFETIME. £ 16.00

Padstow. Tabb House. 1992. pp. (x), 181, (i) of adverts. 9 illustrations. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0907018920. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 23899

 
SHUTTLEWORTH, Sir James Kay. MEMORANDUM ON POPULAR EDUCATION. £ 10.00

London. The Woburn Press. 1969. pp. (iv), 80. 8vo. D/W, spine slightly faded. Facsimile reprint of the 1868 edition. The Social History of Education. General Editor: Victor E. Neuburg. First Series No. 6.

Reference: 39296

 
SIMON, Andre L. THE INTERNATIONAL WINE AND FOOD SOCIETY'S GAZETTEER OF WINES. £ 6.00

International Wine and Food Publishing Co/David & Charles. 1972. pp. 312. 8vo. D/W, very slightly frayed, spine faded. ISBN 0715351842. A very good, celan copy.

Reference: 181720

 
SITWELL, Sacheverell. BRITISH ARCHITECTS AND CRAFTSMEN. A Survey of Taste, Design, and Style during Three Centuries 1600 to 1830. £ 10.00

London. B.T. Batsford Ltd. 1945. pp. vii, 196. Coloured frontis, illustrated. 8vo. D/W, slightly frayed. Some foxing.

Reference: 4810

 
SLACK, Cecil Moorhouse. GRANDFATHER'S ADVENTURES IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918. £ 12.00

Ypres 1915; The Somme 1916; Arras 1917; The Somme 1918; The Lys 1918. Ilfracombe. Arthur H. Stockwell Ltd. 1977. pp. 284. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0722309708. Previous owner's bookplate and inscription. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 10601

 
SMITH, Paul. (Editor). GOVERNMENT AND THE ARMED FORCES IN BRITAIN 1856 - 1990. £ 10.00

London. Hambledon Press. 1996. pp. xviii, 324. 8vo. D/W. A very good, bright, clean copy. ISBN 1852851449

Reference: 6848

 
SNYDER, William P. THE POLITICS OF BRITISH DEFENSE POLICY, 1945 - 1962. £ 5.00

London. Ernest benn Ltd. 1964. pp. xvii, 284. 1 folded chart. 8vo. D/W, slightly frayed.

Reference: 119450

 
SONDHEIM, Stephen. DUPLICATE COPY OF THE MANUSCRIPT SCORE OF THE FIRST PAGE OF SWEENEY TODD SIGNED with covering typed letter signed. £ 2,500.00

Photocopy sheet 30cm x 35cm inscribed by Sondhein ' To Graham Lloyd with best wishes from Stephen Sondheim' with letter 15cm x 20cm dated February 11, 1999. The letter explains that 'I never part with original manuscript pages, as they are all promised to the Library of Congress after my death. If, however, you'd like to have a duplicate copy, I'll be happy to send one to you.'

Reference: 10683

 
STAMP, Gavin. (Guest Editor). BRITAIN IN THE THIRTIES. £ 10.00

London. Architectural Design. (1980). pp. 112. Illustrated. 4to. Paperback, edges slightly rubbed. AD Profiles 24. A good copy.

Reference: 6897

 
STAMP, L. Dudley. BRITAIN'S STRUCTURE AND SCENERY. £ 6.00

London. Collins. 1947. pp. xvi, 255. 32 colour plates, 32 black & white plates, 74 illustrations in the text. 8vo. D/W badly torn. 2nd edition. New Naturalist 4. A good copy.

Reference: 226620

 
STIERLIN, henri. (Editor). THE ART OF KARL GERSTNER.Nine Picture Chapters and Selcted Essays. £ 10.00

Translated from the German by Dennis Q. Stephenson. Foreword by Grace Glueck. Contributions by Francois Fricker and Max Luscher. Cambridge, MA & London. The MIT Press. 1981. pp. 225. Well illustrated in colour and monochrome. 4to. D/W. A very good bright, clean copy. ISBN 026207084

Reference: 98827

 
STUCLEY, John. SIR BEVILL GRENVILE and his times. 1596 - 1643. £ 5.00

Chichester. Phillimore & Co. Ltd. 1983. pp. xiii, 160. 20 illustrations. 4to. D/W. Edge of text block browned. ISBN 0850335124. A very good copy.

Reference: 87450

 
SUMMERHAYES, V.S. WILD ORCHIDS OF BRITAIN with a key to the species. £ 5.00

London. Collins. 1976. pp. (xxv), 366. 72 monochrome plates. 8vo. Paperback. New Naturalist 19. Reprint. Previous owners' name inside front cover otherwise a very good clean copy. ISBN 0002190869

Reference: 11152

 
SYKES, Christopher Simon. ANCIENT ENGLISH HOUSE 1240 - 1612. £ 6.00

London. Chatto & Windus. 1988. pp. 239. Well illustrated in colour. Oblong 4to. D/W. ISBN 0701131764. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 66000

 
TAUT, Bruno. MODERN ARCHITECTURE. £ 100.00

London. The Studio Ltd. (1929). pp. x, 212. Well illustrated in monochrome. Royal 8vo. Later black cloth, later endpapers. A very good rebound copy.

Reference: 93010

 
TEBBUTT, Melanie. MAKING ENDS MEET. Pawnbroking and Working-Class Credit. £ 8.00

Leicester University Press; New York. St. Martin's Press. 1983. pp. x, 235. 28 illustrations. 8vo. D/W, spine very slightly faded. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 071851212x

Reference: 132800

 
THOMPSON, A Hamilton. HISTORY AND ARCHITECTURAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PRIORY OF ST. MARY, BOLTON-IN-WHARFDALE, With some Account of the Canons Regular of the Order of St. Augustine and their Houses in Yorkshire. £ 30.00

Leeds. Thoresby Society. 1928. pp. xvi, 196. Frontis, 8 measured drawings, 60 plates. 8vo. Black cloth, corners slightly bumped. Publications of the Thoresby Society Volume XXX for the Year MCMXXIV.

Reference: 29634

 
TOWNSHEND, Sir Charles V.F. MY CAMPAIGN IN MESOPOTAMIA. £ 30.00

London. Thornton Butterworth Ltd. 1920. pp. 400. Frontis, 8 maps & plans, a further 7 in the text, 2 facsimiles. 8vo. Red cloth, head and tail of spine very slightly rubed. With the bookplate of the Lending Library, 13 Jaffa Road, Jerusalem. A good copy.

Reference: 15480

 
VAETH, J. Gordon. BLIMPS & U-BOATS. U.S. Navy Airships in the Battle of the Atlantic. £ 10.00

Annapolis. Naval Institute Press. 1992. pp. ix, 205, (v). Illustrated. 8vo. D/W.

Reference: 51877

 
VERNEY, Sir Harry (Editor). THE VERNEYS OF CLAYDON. A Sevententh-Century English Family. £ 5.00

London. Robert Maxwell. 1968. pp. xii, 266. Frontis, 12 plates. 8vo. D/W.

Reference: 220366

 
VESEY-FITZGERALD, Brian. BRITISH GAME. £ 6.00

London. Collins. 1946. pp. xv, 240. 24 colour plates & 48 monochrome plates. 8vo. D/W, slight frayed 1st edition. New Naturalist 2. A good copy.

Reference: 39899

 
VICKERS, Hugo. THE PRIVATE WORLD OF THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF WINDSOR. £ 30.00

Introduction by Joseph Friedman. London. Harrods Publishing. 1995. pp. 240. Very well illustrated manily in monochrome. 4to. Dark Blue cloth. ISBN1900055007. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 38653

 
WALPOLE, Josephine. (Compiler). LEONARD SQUIRRELL, etchings and engravings. £ 8.00

Woodbridge. Baron Publishing Ltd. (1983). pp. 77. Well illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. D/W. A very good copy.

Reference: 9546

 
WARNER, Philip. THE ZEEBRUGGE RAID. £ 5.00

London. William Kimber. 1978. pp. 238. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0718300564

Reference: 26652

 
WATKIN, D.J. (Editor). SALE CATALOGUES OF LIBRARIES OF EMINENT PERSONS. Volume 4. Architects. £ 30.00

London. Mansell with Sotheby Parke-Bernet Publications. 1972. pp. v, 283. 8vo. Brown cloth. ISBN 720102944. The architects are Christopher Wren, Nicholas Hawksmoor, William Chamnbers, Robert Adam, George Dance, Robert Smirke, & Augustus Welby Pugin. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 105754

 
WILLIAMS, Archibald. PETROL PETER. £ 475.00

Illustrated by A. Wallis Mills. London. Methuen & Co. (1906). pp. 24 illustrated leaves printed on one side only. 8vo. Cloth spine, illustrated front board. New endpapers.

Reference: 36503

 
WILLIAMS, David L. WHITE'S OF COWES. "White's-built, well-built!. The history and heritage of a famous shipbuilder. Based on original manuscript notes by Raymond F. Sprake. £ 10.00

Peterborough. Silver Link Publishng Ltd. 1993. pp. 96. Illustrated in monochrome. 4to. Paperback. Hinges slightly scuffed. A very good copy. Maritime Heritage series. ISBN 1857940113

Reference: 14971

 
WILLIAMS, Evelyn. ANTINOMIES. £ 10.00

With Antinomies: The art of Evelyn Williams. An essay by Christine Battersby. University of Warwick. 1994. pp. 40. 10 illustrations. Royal 8vo. Paperback. Exhibition catalogue. ISBN 0902683217. A very good copy.

Reference: 6404

 
WILTON-ELY, John. PIRANESI. £ 18.00

London. Arts Council of Great Britain. (1978). pp. 135. illustrated. 4to. Card wrapper slightly scuffed. Exhibition Catalogue.

Reference: 7817

 
WYLLY, Colonel H.C. THE GREEN HOWARDS IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1919. £ 75.00

Richmond. 1926. pp. xvi, 420. Frontis, 13 plates, 17 maps. 8vo. Original green cloth, spine unevenly faded. Front hinge on the verge of splitting. A good copy.

Reference: 72760

 
WYNDHAM, Violet. THE PROTESTANT DUKE. A Life of Monmouth. £ 6.00

London.Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1976. pp. (xii), 193. 8 illustrations. 8vo. D/W, torn. Previous owners bookplate. Internallly a very good, clean copy. ISBN 0297770993.

Reference: 26215

 
YOUNG, Thom. INCITEMENT TO DISAFFECTION. A Cobden Trust Study. £ 4.00

Assisted by Martin Kettle. London. Cobden Trust. 1976. pp. 120. 8vo. Paperback. Edges slightly browned.

Reference: 64850

 
 
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