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400.    Catalogue of the Library of the Late William Upcott Esq... which will be sold by auction by Messers Evans, at their rooms, No 106, New Bond Street on Monday, June 15th, and four following days [1846], re-bound, with the realised prices for the manuscripts and autographs section of the sale pencilled in £100-200
401.    Bibliotheca Stanleiana, a Splendid Section of Rare and Fine Books, from the Distinguished Family of Colonel Stanley... the books will be sold by auction, by R. H. Evans at his House, No. 26 Pall Mall, on Friday the 30th of April, and seven following days, (Sunday excepted) at 12 o'clock - with the achieved prices written in on the margins in pen, and hand-written name for Christie Miller on the inside front board £100-200
402.    Bibliotheca Farmeriana, A Catalogue of the Curious, Valuable and Extensive Library, in Print and Manuscript of the late Rev'd Richard Farmer D. D... which will be fold by Auction, (By Order of the Executer), by Mr King, at His Great Room, King Street, Covenant Garden, on Monday, May 7th, 1798, and the thirty-five following days (Sundays excepted), to begin at twelve o'clock - rebound, with the realised prices written in on the margins £100-200
403.    Catalogue of the Valuable Library of Charles Meigh, removed from Grove House, Shelton... which will by sold by auction, by Messrs. S. Leigh Sotheby and John Wilkinson, Auctioneers of Literary Property and Works Illustrative of the Fine Arts, at their House, 3, Wellington Street Strand, on Thursday, 19th of July, 1855, and six following days (Sunday excepted), at one o'clock precisely - with original front wrapper, but lacking rear, with the first twenty-six lots and the final nine lots having the realised prices written in on the margins £100-200
404.    Catalogue of the Principal Portion of the Valuable Library of John Dunn Gardener, Esq, of Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, removed from his late residance, Bottisham Hall, near Newmarket, which will be sold by auction by Messrs. S Leigh Sotheby and John Wilikinson, Auctioneers of Literary Property and Works Illustrative of the Fine Arts, at their house, 3, Wellington Street, Strand, on Thursday, the 6th of July, 1854 and ten following day, at one o'clock precisely each day - bound in original wrappers £100-200
405.    Bibliotheca Beauclerkiana - [1781], two parts bound as one, lacking rear board and with front board loose £100-200
406.    A Catalogue of the Extensive and Valuable Library of the Rev. Henry Drury, M.A, Late Fellow of King's College Cambridge, and Rector of Fingest, Bucks, F.R.S. F.S.A... which will be sold by auction by Mr. Evans, at his house No. 93 Pall Mall, on Monday, February 19, and eleven following days; and on Monday, March 12, and ten following days (Sundays excepted), 1827 - with front board loose, and with realised prices written in on the margins £100-200
407.    Catalogue of the Splendid, Curious, and Extensive Library of the Late John Dent, Esq. F.R.S and F.S.A... which will by sold by auction, by Mr. Evans, at his house, No. 93, Pall Mall, on Thursday, March 29, and eight following days, Sunday excepted, 1827 - lack covers, with the realised prices written in on the margins £100-200
408.    HOOPER, W. E - The Stage of the Year, 1900, a Souvenir, being a Collection of Photogravure Plates Portraying the Leading Players and Playwrights of the Day and a History of the Stage during the Victorian Era - 1901, full calf with gilt tooling, a de-luxe limited edition printing no. 23 of 300 copies £25-30
409.    Four 18th century bound copies of plays that took place at, The Theatre Royal in Drury Lane and other theatres, to include; The Law of Lombardy; A Tragedy - 1779; King Arthur; or, the British Worthy, A Masque - 1769; The Provok'd Husband: or, a Journey to London, a comedy - 1774 and others - all books full calf £30-50
410.    Players of the Day, a series of Portraits in Colour of Theatrical Celebrities of the Present Time - George Newnes, with forty-eight tipped in coloured illustrations [as called for] £25-35
411.    Collection of nineteen un-framed Theatre Bills dating from 1820 to 1829, for the, Theatre, English Opera House Strand, to include; Presumption! or, the Fate of Frankenstein, on Friday, September 12th, 1823 and, The Vampire on Monday, June 1st, 1822 £100-200
412.    SOMERSET-MAUGHAM, W - Cakes and Ale or The Skeleton in the Cupboard - undated, limited edition printing no. 161/1000 copies, signed by both the author and the illustrator, Graham Sutherland, slipcase £80-150
413.    THE NONESUCH PRESS - a collection of twenty-four volumes of, The Nonesuch Dickens, 1937-1938, first edition, including the original illustration box with woodcut, each volume cloth bound in various colours with paper-labels to the spine, £2000-4000
414.    PRIVATE PRESS - a collection of paraphernalia relating mainly to the Whittington Press to include; Publications 1978-1979; Plans for 1992, and other similar items tog. w. other items of interest to include; Fine Press Book Fair, Catalogue of Fine Press Exhibitors, Oxford, 13th October 1990; HOY, Peter - Silence at Midnight - Brewhouse Press, a limited edition of 200 copies; ROBERTS, Adrian - Angels - The Celtic Cross Press, with woodcuts by Pauline Jacobsen; COX, Gregory Stevens - The Earliest Books Printed in Guernsey - Brewhouse Press, a litmited edition printing of 300 copies and an item from The Doves Press £50-100
415.    FOLIO SOCIETY - Collection of books to include HELLIER, Joseph - Catch 22 tog. w. JAMES, Lawerence - The Rise and Fall of the British Empire and others, all with slip-cases £30-50
416.    The Kelmscott Chaucer - 2008, Folio Society, slipcase £50-70
417.    Ovid Metamorphoses - 2008, Folio Society, a limited edition printing no. 229 of 2750 copies, cased £50-80
418.    The Letterpress Shakespeare, Sonnets and Poems - 2002, Folio Society, limited edition printing no. 1480 of 1980 copies tog. w. BURROW, Colin (Ed.) - Shakespeare, Sonnets and Poems - Oxford University Press, both cased together £100-150
419.    FOLIO SOCIETY - a collection of books relating to include, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich - four vols; The Origins of the Second World War, 1919-1939; The Middle Ages - five vols; The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - eight vols; Folio 60, A Bibliography 1947-2006, and a quantity of others relating to literature etc, the majority boxed £50-100
420.    FOLIO SOCIETY - Hans Andersons Fairy Tales - with illustrations by W. Heath Robinson; Grimm's Fairy Tales - with illustrations by Arthur Rackham; MILNE, A. A - Winnie the Pooh and two others by the same author, The House at Pooh Corner and The Complete Poems of Christopher Robin - all lacking slip-cases (5) £25-30
421.    FOLIO SOCIETY - A Thousand and One Nights - four vols, slip-cases tog. w. forty-six other folio society books, all with slip-cases and all relating to literature, various authors to include; Charlotte Bronte, Emily Bronte, R. L. Stevenson, E. Nessbit, Anthony Trollope etc (50) £40-60
422.    FOLIO SOCIETY - a collection of fifty four books on various subjects - art, history, literature etc to include; Pathfinders of the American West, the Journals of Lewis and Clark; KIPLING, Rudyard - Just so Stories; FIELDING, Henry - Tom Jones - and fifty-one others, the majority in slip cases (54) £40-60
423.    FOLIO SOCIETY - a collection of one hundred books on various subjects to include art, history, literature etc, the majority in slipcases £40-60
424.    DICKENS, Charles - The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit - 1844, first edition, half calf, with errata page and thirty-eight illustrations [as called for] £40-60
425.    DICKENS, Charles - The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby - 1839, first edition £40-60
426.    DICKENS, Charles - Our Mutual Friend - 1865, two volumes bound as one, with illustrations by Marcus Stone, half calf, re-bound £50-80
427.    DICKENS, Charles - The Personal History of David Copperfield - 1850, with illustrations by H. K. Browne, half calf £50-80
428.    DICKENS, Charles - Bleak House - 1853, with illustrations by H. K. Browne, half calf, re-bound £50-80
429.    DICKENS, Charles - The Posthumous Papers of The Pickwick Club - 1837, with illustrations by R. Seymour and Phiz, half calf, re-bound £50-80
430.    REYNOLDS, George W - Pickwick Abroad; or, The Tour in France - 1833, with steel engravings by Alfred Crowquill and John Philips and woodcuts by Bonner, half calf £30-50
431.    DICKENS, Charles - The Life and Adventures of Nicolas Nickleby tog. w. eight other volumes of the author's works to include: A Tale of Two Cities and Our Mutual Friend (bound as one); Barnaby Rudge; Dombey & Son; Bleak House, all with illustrations by F. Barnard; The Uncommercial Traveller with illustrations by E. G. Dalziel; David Copperfield with illustrations by J. Barnard; Great Expectations with illustrations by F. A. Fraser and Little Dorrit with illustrations by J. Mahoney - all uniformly bound (9)
432.    BUCHANAN, Robert - North Coast and other Poems - 1868, with numerous illustrations throughout by various illustrators, cloth bound with decorative gilt tooling to all boards, signed and with an inscription by the author to a W. H. Wylie and dated May 5th, 1869 £25-30
433.    THORNBURY, Walter - Two Centuries of Song; or Lyrics, Madrigals, Sonnets, and other Occasional Verses of the English Poets of the last Two Hundred Years (to include John Milton, Izaak Walton, John Dryden, Thomas Gray, John Byrom, Robert Burns, Lord Byrom, Samuel Coleridge, William Thackeray and many others) - 1867, cloth bound with gilt tooling to all boards and single brass clasp, with decorative border around each page, and numerous full page illustrations thoughout, with pasted in letter by the author to an unknown recipient and dated June 4, 1886 £25-30
434.    POLLARD, John - Africa for Adventure - 1961 tog. w. five other books by the same author, all first editions, dust-wrappers and bearing the author's signature together with an inscription to include: African Zoo Man - 1963; Wolves and Werewolves - 1964; Journey to the Styx - 1955; Helen of Troy - 1965 and The Long Safari - 1967 (6) £25-30
435.    Letters written by The Late Right Honourable Philip Dorner Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield to his Son Philip Stanhope Esq, Late Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of Dresden - four vols, 1800, eleventh edition, full calf tog. w. THACKERAY, W. M - The Adventures of Philip on his way Through the World - 1866, and another by the same author - Vanity Fair - 1856, both half calf (6) £25-30
436.    The Letters od Vita Sackville West and Virginia Woolf tog. w. a quantity of other books on literature to include two books by Rudyard Kipling £25-30
437.    GREENE, Graham - The Quiet American - 1955, first edition, dust-wrapper, with original Book Society wraparound £25-30
438.    TALFOURD, Thomas Noon - The Letters of Charles Lamb - two vols, 1837 and a quantity of books on various subjects to include literature, reference etc £30-50
439.    The Broadway Library of XVIII Century French Literature - seventeen vols, George Routledge & Sons, uniformly bound in green cloth, numerous illustrations, English text £30-50
440.    The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq, edited with a Biographical Essay by Leslie Stephen - ten vols, Smith, Elder & Co, 1882, cloth bound, with paper labels to the spine £150-250
441.    CONRAD, Joseph - a collection of twenty-two novels - Gresham Publishing Company, uniformly bound in blue cloth with gilt tooling £40-60
442.    ASHTON, John - The Dawn of the Nineteenth Century in England - two vols, with illustrations tog. w. a quantity of books on history £25-30
443.    THE FRANKLIN LIBRARY - a collection of twenty-five volumes by various authors to include Ernest Hemmingway, Mark Twain, Nathanial Hawthorne etc £40-60
444.    Six signed first editions to include; WATERS, Sarah - The Little Stranger; KAY, John - The Long and the Short of it; HILL, Susan - The Shadows in the Street; McEWAN - Ian - Solar; BYATT, A. S - The Children's Book and HARRIS, Joanne - Blue Eyed Boy (6) £25-30
445.    SCOTT, Sir Walter - Kenilworth - 1897, full calf tog. w. a collection of 19th century and later leather bindings on various subjects to include literature, religion etc £25-30
446.    MITFORD, Mary Russel - Our Village - 1893, large paper copy, limited edition of four hundred and seventy copies, with illustrations by Hugh Thomson tog. w. GULLIVER, Lemur - Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World - 1894, large paper copy limited edition of one hundred and ten copies, with illustrations by Charles Brock (2) £30-50
447.    RIGG, J. M - The Decameron Boccaccio - two vols, 1903, with illustrations by Louis Chalon £30-50
448.    SCOTT, Walter - ROKEBY; A Poem - 1813, bound tog. W. SOUTHEY, Robert - The Curse of Kehama - 1810, half calf £40-60
449.    The Works of Samuel Johnson - 1810, new edition, twelve volumes, half calf £25-30
450.    GOLDSMITH, Oliver - The Vicar of Wakefield - 1858, written in both French and English text, full calf with gilt tooling, numerous engravings £30-50
451.    DEFOE, Daniel - The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York Mariner - Vol I, 1790, John Stockdale, with numerous engravings tog. w. The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe; being the Second and Last Part of his Life, and the Strange Surprizing Account of his Travels, Round Three Parts of his Globe - Vol II, 1790, John Stockdale, with numerous engravings, both full calf with uniform gilt tooling £100-150
452.    [VON ARMIN] - Elizabeth and Her German Garden - 1934, reprint, tog. w. fifteen others similar, all uniformly bound in limp navy leather with gilt tooling to include; The Benefactress, The Caravaners, Introduction to Sally, In The Mountains, The Pastor's Wife etc £25-30
453.    BATES, Alfred - The Drama: Its History, Literature and Influence on Civilisation - twenty volumes, 1903, half calf £30-50
454.    KINGSLEY, Charles - a collection of six books by the author to include; Yeast, a Problem - 1897; Two Years Ago - 1898; Hypatia - 1896; Westward Ho - 1897 and another for, 1911, and Hereward the Wake - 1898 tog. w. eight works of the Earl of Beconsfield bound in four books to include; Venetia and Endymion; Tancred and Syril; Henrietta Temple and Coningsby and Contraini Fleming and Alroy etc (10) £30-50
455.    MURPHY, Arthur - The Works of Samuel Johnfon - twelve vols, new edition tog. w. JOHNSON, Samuel - The Lives of the Poets - two vols, 1820 and Oeuvres de Moliere - eight vols, 1809 (22) £30-50
456.    Collection of nineteenth century and later leather bindings relating to literature to include; PRIESTLEY, J. B - The Good Companions tog. w. a quantity of others £30-50
457.    Collection of literature books to include; HOLTBY, Winifred - South Riding, an English Landscape - 1936, no dust-wrapper; CLEMO, Jack R - Wilding Graft - 1949, first edition; HUXLEY, Aldous - Eyeless in Gaza - 1936, first edition, and a quantity of others, to include some first editions £40-60
458.    Eight bound volumes of, The Strand Magazine, Vol. I to VIII (inclusive) £100-150
459.    Correspondance of Horace Walpole with George Montagu - three vols, 1837, rebound in half calf, the spines raised bands and gilt tooling £30-40
460.    Tom Brown at Oxford - three vols, 1861, cloth boards, with gilt tooling to the spines £30-50
461.    Your Books, My Son, being some account bibliographical & biographical contained in forty letters written mainly during the earlier months of 1931, intended to introduce to his eldest son a small collection of esteemed books made for him by his father - 1934, University Press, a limited edition printing of 101 copies, slipcase £25-30
462.    Memoirs of the Duke of Sully, Prime Minister of Henry the Great: with the Trial of Francis Ravaillac, for the Murder of Henry the Great - five vols, 1819, full calf, tog. w. seven other full calf bindings to include: TALFOURD, Thomas - The Letters of Charles Lamb with a Sketch of his Life - two vols, 1837, half calf; MORE, Hannah - Christian Morals - two vols, 1813, sixth edition, full calf; The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth - 1847; DAVIS, Dr. N - Carthage and Her Remains: being an account of the Excavations and Researches on the site of the Phoenician Metropolis in Africa, and other adjacent places - 1861, with a fold out plan and illustrations [as called for] and Southey's Poetical Works complete in one volume - 1853, new edition (12) £60-80
463.    BUCHAN, John - The King's Grace, 1910-1935 - Hodder & Stoughton, 1935, a limited edition printing no. 293/500 copies, signed by the author, boxed £25-30
464.    The Works of George Eliot - nine vols, library edition, cloth bound, with gilt tooling to the spine £25-30
465.    WATSON, David - The Odes, Epodes, and Carmen Seculare of Horace - with an index and a catalogue of the editions of Horace at the rear tog. w. FALCONER, W - The Shipwreck, a poem - 1804; PRESCOTT, William H - History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain - two vols, 1855 and a quantity of 18th century and later, leather and cloth bindings £50-80
466.    CHRISTIE, Agatha - 4.50 from Paddington - 1957, first edition, dust-wrapper tog. w. FAIRLIE, Gerald - Captain Bulldog Drummond - August, 1945, first edition (2) £30-40
467.    MILTON, John - Paradise Lost: a poem in twelve books - 1783, calf £40-60
468.    Collection of 19th century and later books on various subjects to include literature, history etc £30-50
469.    Collection of books relating to literature £30-50
470.    COLERIDGE, Ernest Hartley (Ed.) - The Works of Lord Byron, Poetry - seven vols, 1898-1904 tog. w. PROTHERO, Roland (Ed.) - The Works of Lord Byron, Letters and Journals - six vols, 1898-1901, both sets uniformly bound in blue cloth with gilt tooling to the front boards and spines, (13) £30-50
471.    [SWIFT, John] - The Tale of a Tub - 1710, with eight engravings with, A Discourse concerning the Mechanical Operation of the Spirit - 1710, bound at the rear, half calf £100-200
472.    [SWIFT, John] - Miscellanies - six volumes bound in five books, 1736-1738 £40-60
473.    GAY, Mr John - Poems on Several Occasions - two vols, 1775, with numerous engravings, both full calf £30-50
474.    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, with notes by Richard Lord Braybrooke - 1889, six vols, full calf the spines with raised bands and gilt tooling, numerous portraits throughout £40-60
475.    Collection of fifteen 19th century and later leather bindings to include; WALPOLE, Hugh - John Cornelius, His Life and Adventures - 1937, a limited edition printing of 175 copies on large paper, and signed by the author; GREENWOOD, James - Curiosities of Savage Life - 1863, with nine full page coloured illustrations [as called for] by F. W. Keyl and R. Huttula and numerous woodcuts set within the text STAUB, Herbert Ulrich - Sir Winston Churchill - 1963, with an inscription by the author on the front end paper to the wife of Sir. Winston Churchill; FURNISS, Harry - The Confessions of a Caricaturist - undated, popular edition, with numerous illustrations; COTTIN, Madame - Elizabeth; or, The Exiles of Siberia, a tale, founded upon facts - with illustrations by Richard Westall; and ten other books £70-100
476.    Collection of fourteen, 19th century and later books, to include: LYNAM, Rev. Rob - The Guardian: with a Biographical, and Critical Preface - two vols, 1826, half calf tog. w. McCLEOD, Alexander - Discourse of the Character, Causes and Ends of the Present War - 1815, second edition; INWOOD, William - Tables for the Purchasing of Estates, Freehold, Copyhold, or Leasehold, Annuities, Advowsons and for the Renewing of Leases - ninth edition; DEPPING, J. W - Evening Entertainments or, Delineations of the Manners and Customs of Various Nations; interspersed with Geographical Notices, Historical and Biographical Anecdotes and Descriptions in Natural History - 1818, third edition; SINCLAIR, Catherine - Charlie Seymour; or, The Good Lady and the Bad Lady - 1844, third edition, enlarged; TWEEDIE, Alec - Through Finland in Carts and seven other books (14) £40-80
477.    Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire - 1905 and another for 1937, both with maps tog. w. WHITE, William - History, Gazetteer, and Directory of the County of Essex - 1863; WHITE, Francis - History, Gazetteer, and Directory of the County of Warwickshire - 1850 and a Kelly's Directory of Warwickshire - 1921, with all three lacking maps (5) £25-30
478.    Kelly's Directory of Devonshire for 1883 and another for, 1893, tog. w. a Kelly's Directory of Somersetshire, 1923 - all with fold out maps £50-80
479.    A Genuine List of the Voters who Poll'd at Bridgwater, May, the 12th, 1741, Candidates Hon Vere Poulett, Efq; George Dodington Efq; Sir Charles Wyndham, Bart tog. w. five Kelly's Directory of Bridgwater, for 1954, 1957, 1964, 1967-8 and 1973-4; two Kelly's Tradefinder of Bridgwater for 1972-73 and 1973-1974; seven Bridgwater Directory Almanack & Tide Table for 1934 to 1938, and two copies for 1939; DELDERFIELD, Eric R - The Lynmouth Flood Disaster - May 1953, first edition and another October, 1956, second edition and BUUTER, Henry - The Etymologival Spelling Book and Expositor - 1838, thirty second edition (18) £25-30
479A.   RAWLE, Edwin John - Annals of the Ancient Royal Forest of Exmoor - 1893, a limited edition of 350 copies £25-30
480.    Kelly's Directory for Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorsetshire and The Channel Islands, 1923, with fold out maps tog. w. another for, Leeds, 1913 - lacking map (2) £25-30
481.    BARBER, Captain James - The Overland Guide-Book; a Complete Vademecum for the Overland Traveller - 1845, with two linen maps, six fold-out maps of steamers, and eleven engravings of which four are full page [all as called for], and forty pages of advertisements to the rear £100-150
482.    BAINES, Edward - Yorkshire Past and Present: a History and Description of the Three Ridings of the Great County of York, from the Earliest Ages to the Year 1870; with an account of its Manufactures, Commerce and Civil and Mechanical Engineering: including an account of the Woolen Trade of Yorkshire - four vols, cloth boards with decorative gilt tooling, with Vol I bearing a book-plate on the inside front board for the Selborne family £30-40
483.    AKERMAN, P. B & HURST, Norman - Triscombe Stone, a Romance of the Quantock Hills, 1897, tog. w. nine books relating to the West Country (10) £25-30
484.    MOSS, Fletcher - Pilgrimages to Old Homes - January 1906, tog. w. three other books by the same author, The Fourth Book of Pilgrimages to Old Homes; The Fifth Book of Pilgrimages to Old Homes and Pilgrimages to Old Homes, mostly on the Welsh Border, with numerous illustrations (4) £30-50
485.    FINLAY, Michael - The Mining and Related Tokens of West Cumberland - limited edition no. 302 of 500 copies and signed by the author tog. w. CLOUGH, Robert - The Lead Smelting Mills of the Yorkshire Dales, their Architectural Character, Construction and Place in the European Tradition; HARRIS, A - Cumberland Iron, the Story of Hodborrow Mine, 1866-1968, and seven books mainly of topographical interest relating to the Lake District, the West Highlands and the Pennines (10) £30-50
486.    FERGUSON, Richard S - History of Cumberland - 1890 tog. w. RAWNSLEY, Rev. H. D - Literary Associations of the English Lakes - two vols, 1901, and another by the same author, Chapters at the English Lakes - 1913; The Rural Deanery of Cartmel in the Diocese of Carlisle, its Churches and Endowments - 1892 and ten other books relating mainly to the Lake District, some duplications (15) £30-50
487.    Collection of twenty-books of, The Islands Series - various authors, the majority with dust-wrappers £25-30
488.    Collection of fourteen Black's Guides to include: the Channel Islands - 1881; the Duchy of Cornwall - 1865 and three others for the years - 1877, 1889 and 1904; Devonshire - 1892; South Wales - 1889; North Wales - 1879; North and South Wales - 1853 and another for 1858; Hereford and Monmouth - 1885 and another for 1870; Derbyshire - 1881 and a guide to England and Wales - 1881 (14) £30-50
489.    Uppingham School Roll for the years 1853 to 1947 tog. w. three other Uppingham School Rolls for the years, 1888-1960, and a duplicate copy and another for, 1910-1984 (4) £25-30
490.    WOODWARD, Ida - In and Around the Island of Purbeck - 1909, with coloured illustrations by John Bond tog. w. PERKINS, Thomas - Memorials of Old Dorset - 1907 and seven other books relating to the County of Dorset, and in particular the town of, Poole (9) £25-30
491.    LANG, Andrew - The History of Scotland - four vols, tog. w. a small collection of books relating to Scotland £25-30
492.    WILBRAHAM, Captain Richard - Travels in the Transcausian Provinces of Russia,and along the Southern Shore of the Lakes of Van and Urumiah in the Autumn and Winter of 1837 - John Murray, 1839, with five plates and folding map [as called for], twelve pages of advertisements to the rear, errata slip to the front £200-250
493.    SIMPSON, G. C - British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913, Meteorology - three vols, ex library, tog. w. CHREE, Charles - British (Terra Nova) Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913, Terrestial Magnetism (4) £50-100
494.    COOK, James - A Voyage towards the South Pole, and Round the World. Performed in His Majesty's Ships the Resolution and Adventure, in the Years 1772, 1773, 1774 and 1775 - two vols, 1784, Dublin, both full calf £80-120
495.    MARGOLIOUTH, D. S - Cairo, Jerusalem and Damascus, three Chief Cities of the Egyptian Sultans - 1907, vellum bound, a limited edition printing no. 9 of 112 copies, with coloured illustrations by W. S. S. Tyrwhitt R. B. A £50-70
496.    TAYLOR, C. J - England - 1899, R. H. Russell, with numerous illustrations, oblong folio £25-30
497.    Brannon's Graphic Delineations of the Most Prominent Objects in The Isle Of Wight - three parts bound as one, with thirty plates [as called for] £50-100
498.    Twenty Four views of Malvern -tog. w. six other similar to include; twelve views of East Grinstead; six views of Hastings; twelve views of Guildford; thirty views of Margate, fifteen views of Jersey and twenty-nine views of the English Lakes (7) £30-50
499.    BRAYBROOKE, Lord Richard - The History of Audley End, to which are appended notices of the Town and Parish of Saffron Walden, in the County of Essex - 1836, with illustrations and maps tog. w. two other books relating to the same county to include; The History of Essex from the Earliest Period to the Present Time - 1814 and BUCKLEY, G - Twenty Two of the Churches of Essex, Architecturally Described and Illustrated - 1856, (3) £70-100
500.    Sketches in Shakespeare Villages - with twenty illustrations by Andrew Deakin £30-50
501.    Skelton's Etchings of the Antiquities of Bristol from Original Sketches by the late Hugh O' Neill - containing fifty-five single page engraving, each protected by tissue guard £30-50
502.    Collection of books relating to foreign travel to include; £50-80
503.    SCOT-SKIRVING, E - Cheltenham College Register, 1841-1927, tog. w. PIGG, C. H. Cheltenham College Register, 1841-1951, and a pamphlet for the, Old Cheltonians who have fallen in the War against Germany, Austria and Turkey, August, 1914, to June, 1915 (3) £25-30
504.    BAEDEKER GUIDES - a collection of eleven to include; Norway and Sweden - 1895, sixth edition; Southern France including Corsica - sixth revised edition; Central Italy - 1900, thirteenth revised edition; Paris and its Environs - 1913; Rhine - 1903, fifteenth revised edition; Southern Germany; 1910, eleventh revised edition Central Italy - 1900, thirteenth revised edition; and four copies of Belgium and Holland, including the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg - 1891, tenth edition; 1904, thirteenth edition; 1910, fifteenth edition and 1897 - in German - (11) £50-100
505.    BARBER, James - Picturesque Illustrations of the Isle of Wight, comprising views of every object if interest on the island accompanied by historical and geographical descriptions - undated, full calf, with forty engravings and a fold-out map £60-100
506.    GRANT, James - Old and New Edinburgh, its History, its People and its Places - three vols, Cassell, Petter and Galpin, half calf with numerous illustrations throughout, ex-library, with blind stamps to all illustrations £25-30
507.    BRITTON, J & BRAYLEY, E. W - Devonshire & Cornwall Illustrated, in a series of views of Cities, Towns, Public Buildings, Streets, Docks, Churches, Antiquities, Abbeys, Picturesque Scenery, Castles. Seats of Nobility etc - bound as one, 1832, with two maps and one hundred and forty-two engravings [all as called for] by Thomas Allom and W. H. Bartlett tog. w. another duplicate copy just on Devonshire (2) £30-40
508.    Tour through England, described in a series of Letters, from a Young Gentleman to his Sister - 1811, third edition, with five copper-plates £25-35
509.    NASH, Joseph - The Mansions of England in the Olden Time - T. Mclean, with twenty-five plates tog. w. SAMBORNE, Linley - Venice from Lord Byron's Childe Harold - 1878, with thirty plates [as called for]; DALY, M Cesar - L'Architecture Privee - 1861, with eighteen plates; STANFIELD, Clarkson - Sketches on the Moselle, The Rhine and The Meuse -1838, Hodgson & Graves, with thirty plates [as called for] on twenty-six pages and WOODWARD, B. B - Windsor Castle, Picturesque and Descriptive - with twenty-two plates, all five large folio, with various degree of damp staining to all plates (5) £50-100
510.    MacLAUCHLAN, Henry - Eastern Branch of the Watling Street, in the County of Northumberland from Bewclay near Portgate on the Roman Wall to Berwick upon Tweed together with a branch extending from High Rochester to Whittingham, from a survey made by discretion of His Grace the Duke of Northumberland, K.C in the years 1857, 1858 and 1859 - 1864, printed for private distribution, with five double page plans £50-80
511.    ST. JOHN-HOPE, W. H - Windsor Castle, an Architectural History - two vols, tog. w. a folder of maps and floor plans, 1913, limited edition no. 368/1500 £25-30
512.    CROCKER, James - Sketches of Old Exeter - with sixty plates, folio £30-40
513.    Collection of books relating to, Devonshire, Cornwall, Dorset etc to include; GASKELL, Ernest - Devonshire Leaders, Social and Political; A Book of the South West tog. w. other books £25-30
514.    WALLIS-BUDGE, E. A - The Nile, Notes for Travellers in Egypt - 1902, eight edition, with two maps tog. w. THACKERAY, Lance - The Light Side of Egypt - 1908, with thirty-six coloured plates [as called for] £30-40
515.    WRIGHT, Thomas - Caricature History of St. Georges - large paper copy, with thirteen engravings [as called for] tog. w HAMERTON, Philip George - Paris, in Old and Present Times - 1885, limited edition of 100 copies on large paper, with twelve full page illustrations [as called for]; The Drawing Room Portrait Gallery of Eminent Personages, January to June 1861 - with engravings on steel by D. J. Pound; KNIGHT, Charles - Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Municipal, Baronial and Popular Antiquities - two vols, with numerous coloured illustrations and STODDARD, John - Portfolio of Photographs of Famous Scenes, Cities and Paintings (6) £50-80
516.    COBBETT, William - Rural Rides, in the Counties of Surrey, Kent, Sussex, Hampshire, Berkshire, Oxford, Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Gloucester, Hereford, Salop, Worcester, Stafford, Leicester, Hertford, Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Nottingham, Lincoln, York, Lancaster, Durham and Northumberland, during the years 1821 to 1832 - two vols, 1886, new edition tog. w. a quantity of other travel, topography books etc relating to Oxford, etc to include; PINKERTON - Voyages and Travels - vol III only, 1809 £40-60
517.    Ten Ward Lock Guides for, The New Forest; Harrogate, Ilkley, York and the Yorkshire Dales; North Wales, Southern Section; Sheringham, Cromer, Runton and North Norfolk; St Ives, Carbis Bary, Penzance and Lands End; Llandrindod Wells and Central Wales; Hereford and The Wye Valley; South Wales; Malvernm Worcester, Droitwich, Gloucester and Tewkesbury and Lynton and Lynmouth tog. w. a collection of other similar books, to include, The Highways and Byways, The Little Guides etc £30-50
518.    FREUCHEN, Peter - Arctic Adventure - 1936, first edition tog. w. eight other books relating to expeditions to include; STEFANSSON, Vilhjalmur - Hunters of the Great North - 1922, signed by the author on the title page (9) £30-50
519.    NASH, Joseph - The Mansions of England in the Olden Time - 1906, Studio, ] tog. w. Old English Mansions - Studio, 1915, both books with all there illustrations [as called for] £25-30
520.    PATERSON, Lieutenant Colonel - A New and Accurate Description of all the Direct and Principal Roads in England and Wales, and part of the Roads of Scotland - 1811, fifteenth edition, with seven fold out maps [as called for], half calf £25-30
521.    Collection of fifty-six, Reports and Transactions of The Devonshire Association, from the 1960s and later £30-40
522.    PEVSNER, Nicholas - a collection of seventeen guides £25-30
523.    Preliminary Draft Proposals for Post-War Reconstruction in the City of London, 1944, with a collection of plans and maps [all as called for] tog. w. London Wall through Eighteen Centuries, a History of the Ancient Town Wall of the City of London, with a Survey of the existing Remains - 1937 (2) £25-30
524.    SEYER, Rev. Samuel - Memoirs Historical and Topographical of Bristol and its Neighbourhood, from the Earliest Period down to the Present Time - four vols, 1821-1823, with plates, with original boards but losses to spine £30-50
525.    BATES, H. W - Stanford's Compendium of Geography and Travel, Central America, the West Indies and South America - 1855, third edition, with maps of which some fold out and illustrations, full calf
526.    POWELL, Rev. A. H - The Ancient Borough of Bridgwater tog. w. another by the same author, Bridgwater in the Later Days, both ex-library, and four other books of Somerset interest to include; CHADWYCK-HEADLEY, Charles E. H - The History of Part of West Somerset comprising the Parishes of Luccombe, Selworthy, Stoke Pero, Porlock, Culbone and Oare -1901, in need of being re-bound; WILLIAMS, Michael - The Draining of the Somerset Levels - dust-wrapper; RAWLE, Edwin John - Annals of the Ancient Royal Forest of Exmoor - 1893, limited edition of 350 copies and eleven other books mainly of Somerset interest (16) £25-30
527.    Magna Britannia - Westmorland, Wiltshire and Worcestershire, bound as one, each country with a fold-out Robert Morden map to the front, lacking title-page tog. w. MANNEX, P. J - History, Topography and Directory of Westmorland; and Lonsdale North of the Sands in Lancashire - 1849, lacking maps, ex library (2) £30-40
528.    LONDON - a collection of eight books of interest to include: REYNOLDS, Herbert - The Churches of the City of London - 1922; DEAN, Captain C. G. T - The Royal Hospital Chelsea - 1950; BLACKHAM, Robert J - The Soul of the City, London's Livery Companies - undated; COMPTON-RICKETT, Arthur - The London Life of Yesterday - 1909; CROSLEY, Richard - London's Coats of Arms and the Stories they tell - 1928; BRUCE-BANNERMAN, W - The Registers of St. Mildred, Bread Street, and of St Margaret Moses, Friday Street, London - Vol. XLII Harleian Society Publications, 1912; JENKINSON, Wilberforce - London Churches before the Great Fire - 1917, ex-library and London and Suburbs Trades' Directory and Gazetter, 1924 (8) £30-50
529.    SOMERSET RECORD SOCIETY - a quantity go include; WATKIN, Dom Aelred - The Great Chartulary of Glastonbury - two vols, 1847, together with other Somerset Record Society books and Somersetshire Archaelogical and Natural History Society etc £50-80
530.    LATIMER, John - The Annals of Bristol in the 18th Century - 1893, with a letter from the author tog. w. five other books relating to Bristol to include; FOX, Francis - Some Account of the Ancient Fraternity of Merchant Taylors of Bristol - 1880, one of fifty copies printed for circulation; Adam's Chronicle of Bristol - 1910; TOMBS, R. C -The Bristol Royal Mail, Post, Telegraph and Telephone; Memorials of Stoke Bishop: its Church and First Vicar (david Wright M. A) - 1897 and LATIMER, John - Sixteenth Century Bristol - 1908 (6) £30-50
531.    Salter's Guide to the Thames - undated, twenty-eighth edition revised, with seven fold out maps £25-30
532.    WALTER, Richard - A Voyage Round the World in the Years, MDCCXL, I, II, III, VI by George Anson, now Lord Anson - 1768, third edition, with three fold out maps, full calf £40-60
533.    WYNDHAM, Henry Penruddocke - A Tour Through Monmouthshire and Wales, made in the years of June and July, 1774, and in the months of June, July and August, 1777 - second edition, 1781, with fifteen engravings £30-50
534.    YORICK, Mr - A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy - two vols, 1768, first edition, together with the second edition, two vols bound as one (3) £60-100
535.    Comes Commercii; or, the Trader's Companion - 1706, second edition £30-50
536.    A Companion to all the Principal Places of Curiofity and Entertainment in and about London and Westminster - 1793, eight edition £25-30
537.    HUGO, Victor - Notre Dame de Paris - two vols, limited edition no 55 of 750 copies, cloth bound with gilt tooling £30-40
539.    Collection of books of Irish interest to include; Wiggin, Kate - Penelope's Irish Experiences - 1902, eighth edition, with illustrations by C. E. Brock; CAMBLIN, Gilbert - The Town in Ulster - 1951; MITCHEL, John - The Life and Times of Aodh O'Neill - 1845; The Poems of Thomas Davis - 1846; McCarthy, Denis - The Poets and Dramatists of Ireland - Vol I only, 1846; DAVIS, Thomas - The Life of the Right Honourable J. P. Currin - 1846; MEEHAN, Rev. C. P - The Confederation of Kilkenny; McCarthy, D. F - The Book of Irish Ballads and thirty-five other books and pamphlets all relating to Ireland covering various subjects to include books on Yeats, Seamus Heaney, Dublin, Bangor Abbey etc (43) £70-100
540.    Collection of six books of topographical interest to include: Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Huntington - undated, with a fold out map for the County tog. w. COOKE, George Alexander - A Topographical Description of the Middle Division of Scotland; MILLER, William - Jottings of Kent, being a series of Historical, Ecclesiastical, Topographical and Statistical Sketches- 1864, second edition; ROBERTSON, William - The Social and Political of Rochdale and another by the same author, Rochdale and the Vale of Whitworth and Horne's Guide to Whitby - 1893, third edition, with fold out maps and illustrations (6) £30-50
541.    COLLINSON, Reverend John - The History and Antiquties of the County of Somerset collected from Authentick Records and an Actual Survey made by the Late Mr Edmund Rack - three vols, Bath, 1791, with forty full page engravings but lacking fold-out map, each volume half calf, with raised bands and gilt tooling to the spine £50-100
542.    SAVAGE, James - The Hundred of Carhampton - 1830, re-bound in full calf, with a fold out coloured map tog. w. HANCOCK, F - Dunster Church and Priory; NEWELL-ARBER, E. A - The Coast Scenery of North Devon and a quantity of other books relating to Somerset and Devon £50-100
543.    Collection of books relating to the County of Somerset to include; BOGER, Mrs E - Myths, Scenes and Worthies of Somerset - 1887; CHURCH, C. M - Chapters in the Early History of the Church of Wells, AD 1136-1333 - Barnicott & Pearce,1894; HUMPHREYS, Arthur L - Somerset Parishes, a Handbook of Historical Reference to all Places in the County - 1905; WRIGHT, Peter - The Parish Church Towers of Somerset - 1981 tog. w. a quantity of books of interest to the County £30-50
544.    DUNKIN, Edward Hadlow Wise - The Monumental Brasses of Cornwall, with Descriptive Genealogical and Heraldic Notes 1882 and another copy, ex library tog. w. Specimans of Ancient Cornish Crosses, Fonts etc - 1850 (3) £25-30
545.    COLE, Edward - Sketches of the Architectural Beauties of Wells & Glastonbury - undated, with sixteen plates [as called for], folio tog. w. HUGO, Thomas - The History of Taunton Priory in the County of Somerset - 1860, ex library (2) £25-30
546.    DUGDALE, Thomas - England and Wales Delineated, Historical, Entertaining and Commerical - Vol I, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX and X, with duplications of IV, VI and VII, with numerous illustrations, the majority ex-library £25-30
547.    SEYER, Rev Thomas - Memoirs Historical and Topographical of Bristol and its Neighbourhood, from the Earliest Period down to the Present Time - four vols, 1821-1823, with plates to the rear of each volume £50-80
548.    TAVEVNOR PERRY, J - Dinanderie, a History and description of Medieval Art Work in Copper, Brass and Bronze - 1910 tog. w. TYMMS, The Art of Illuminating as produced in Europe from the Earliest Times - with ninety-five coloured plates, and fourteen other books relating to history, natural history etc £30-50
549.    The Antiquary's Books; HARVEY, Alfred - The Castles and Walled Towns of England - second edition tog. w. two other similar books, GASQUET, Abbot - English Monastic Life - third edition; HARVEY-BROOK, J - English Seals - first edition and twelve 19th century and later, leather and cloth bound books on various subjects (15) £30-50
550.    Life in the Army at Home and Abroad - with sketches by R. Simpkin, obling folio tog. w. ROBINSON, Commander Chas - Celebrities of the Army - 1900, (2) £30-50
551.    Picturesque Views of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry in England and Wales, by the Most Eminent British Artists, with a Defcription of Each Seat - [c. 1780], W. Harrison, with ninety-seven copper plates, oblong folio, lacking boards £80-120
552.    SHADBOLT, Sydney H. - The Afghan Campaigns of 1878-1880, Compiled from Offical and Private Sources, Historical Division - 1882, with five maps of which one is folding, and with portrait frontispiece, half calf, ex-library £80-120
553.    LORNE, Marquis of - V. R. I. - in seventeen individual parts to include an index and preface £25-30
554.    A Genealogical Chart of the Kings and Queens of England from the Reign of William the Conqueror to that of His Most Gracious Majesty William the Fourth - second edition, with engravings by W. F. Fry, linen backed, folded, hand coloured £25-30
555.    BISSETT, Robert - The History of George III - six vols, 1820, second edition, full calf tog. w. GREEN, J. R - A Short History of the English People - 1892, four vols, illustrated edition (10) £40-60
556.    GIBBON, Edward - A History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - eight vols, 1848, new edition tog. w. MAHON, Lord - History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to The Treaty of Versailles, 1713-1783, - six vols, and GREEN, J. R - A Short History of the English People - four vols, 1893, Illustrated Edition (18) £30-50
557.    Collection of nineteenth century and later leather books, relating mainly to history to include; McCHESNEY, Dora - Miriam Cromwell Royalist, a Romance of the Great Rebellion - 1897; MORLEY, John - The Life of William Ewart Gladstone - two vols; AFLALO, F. G - The Sports of the World tog. w. a quantity of others £30-50
558.    GREEN, John Richard - History of the English People - four vols, 1885-1890, full calf, the spines with raised bands and gilt tooling, with all maps present in the volumes [as called for] £80-150
559.    ROBERTSON, William - An Historical Disquisition concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients had of India; and the Progress of Trade prior to the Difcovery of the Paffage to it by the Cape of Good Hope with an Appendix containing Obfervations on the Civil Policy, the Laws and Judicial Proceedings, the Arts, the Sciences, and Religious Inftutions, of the Indians - 1809, fifth edition, half calf, with two fold-out maps £25-40
560.    PARDOE, Miss - Beauties of the Bosphorus - published in four individual parts, with seventy-eight plates and one map [as called for] £80-150
561.    HAMMERTON, J. A - People of all Nations - six vols, half calf £25-30
562.    The Story of the Nations - ten volumes relating to Egypt, Japan, Persian, The Byzantine Empire etc £25-30
563.    DUSHGATE, Richard H - Organisation de l'Armee Secrete (O.A.S) - 1999, author's proof copy, with handwritten notes on the front free end paper and title page, with further corrections and alterations throughout, signed and initialled by the author.
This book was never published due to the death of the author. The O.A.S was a French nationalist, militant underground organisation active during the Algerian War, 1954-1962, and used armed force in an attempt to prevent Algerian independence. The author had first-hand insider knowledge of the works of the organisation, as he was infiltrated into the O.A.S by the intelligence service of one of the contending factions (although this faction was not his real employer)
564.    Collection of 19th century and later books, in both French and English, text relating to Joan of Arc £50-80
565.    Collection of books of military interest £30-50
566.    MacAULAY, Thomas - The History of England - four vols, 1849 and a quantity of other books on history £30-50
567.    CHURCHILL, Winston S - The Second World War - 1948-1954, first editions, six vols, dust-wrappers tog. w. The Unrelenting Struggle and Into Battle, from Winston Churchill's War Speeches, both first editions and in dust-wrappers, and twenty-four military related books and pamphlets (32) £30-50
568.    HUTCHINSON, Walter - Picturesque Europe - three vols, half calf, with numerous illustrations £25-30
569.    The Story of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (the 16th Regiment of Foot) - two vols, with illustrations and fold-out maps, slip-case £50-80
570.    Collection of books and paraphernalia relating to the Second World War, Napoleon tog. w. other military interest £30-50
571.    Jane's Fighting Ships, 2002-2003 tog. w. Jane's Air-Launched Weapons - issue forty-one tog. w. The Army List - 1972, part one and reproductions of the Half Yearly List - 31st December 1922 and 31st December, 1924; the Annual Army List for 1885; a small quantity of observer books relating to aircraft, and other aviation and military interest £30-35
572.    FLETCHER, J. S - A Picturesque History of Yorkshire - six vols, with numerous illustrations, bond in red cloth with gilt tooling £25-30
573.    BOLTON, Mr - The Present State of Great Britain and Ireland - 1748, eleventh edition £30-50
574.    De LOLME, J - The Constitution of England, or an Account of the English Government -1775, full calf
575.    PRESCOTT, William H - History of the Conquest of Peru - 1964, full calf tog. w. SMITH, Adam - An Inquiry into the Natures and Causes of the Wealth of Nations - 1891 and POUCHET, F. A - The Universe - 1877, fourth edition (3) £25-30
576.    CLARKE, Hewson - The History of the War from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the Present Time - three vols, 1816, full calf with gilt tooling to the spines, numerous engravings tog. w. GORDON, E. O - Saint George, Champion of Christendom and Patron Saint of England - 1908, with twenty-five illustrations [as called for] and LARDNER, Dionysius - Vols I-VIII (bound as four books), 1854, half calf the spines with raised bands and gilt tooling, numerous illustrations (8) £50-80
577.    MARBOT, Alfred - Tableux Synoptiques de L'Infanterie et de La Cavalerie Francaise et des Regiments Etrangers au Service de France de 1720 a 1789 tog. w. Les Costumes Militaires Francais de 1439 a 1789 - Paris, 1854, folio with twelve coloured plates, with inscription and signature by the author to the title page £30-50
578.    A Narrative of the Loss of the Royal George at Spithead, August 1782; including Tracey's attempt to raise her in 1783, also, Col. Pasley's Operations in removing the Ship by Gunpowder in 1839-40-41 - fifth edition, 1842, bound in the wood of the wreck £25-35
579.    JUTSUM, Captain - Knots and Splices - 2nd edition tog. w. JAYNE, Caroline Furness - String Figures, a Study of Cat's Cradle in Many Lands - 1906 (2) £25-30
580.    CORBETT, Julian - Drake and the Tudor Navy, with a History of the Rise of England as a Maritime Power - two vols, 1899, new edition £30-50
581.    Lot withdrawn £30-50
582.    Brown's Comprehensive Nautical Almanac for 1907, tog. w. The Chart & Compass - 1914; Channel Pilot, Part 1 - South West and South Coasts of England - eleventh edition, 1920; and other books £30-50
583.    ROSKILL, Captain S. W - The War at Sea, 1939-1945 - four vols, [1954-1961] tog. w. KEPPEL, Admiral Sir Henry - A Sailor's Life under Four Soverigns - three vols, 1899; POLLEN, Arthur - The Navy in Battle - 1918 and The Story of the Sea - two vols, 1899 (10) £40-60
584.    JELLICOE, Admiral Viscount - The Grand Fleet, 1914-1916, its Creation, Development and Work - two vols, 1919 tog. w. BACON, Admiral Sir Reginald - The Life of John Rushworth, Earl Jellicoe - 1936; WHEELER, Harold - Stirring Deeds of Britain's Sea Dogs in the Great War - 1916; tog. w. six other books of Naval and Maritime interest (10) £30-50
585.    CORBETT, Julian S - History of the Great War, Naval Operations - four vols, to include Vol I (Text), Vol II (Text & Maps), Vol III (Text) tog. w. six other books of Naval and Maritime interest (10) £30-50
586.    NAVAL RECORDS SOCIETY - a collection of twenty-four books, some duplications, to include; Law and Custom of the Sea - two vols, Signals and Instructions, 1776-1794 and Defeat of the Spanish Armada - two vols and nineteen other books (24) £30-50
587.    NICHOLAS, Sir Nicholas Harris - A History of the Royal Navy, from the Earliest Times to the Wars of the French Revolution - Vol I only tog. w. a quantity of other books relating to the Royal Navy £30-50
588.    The Coastal Trade, Sailing Craft of British Waters, 900-1900 - with introduction and notes by Basil Greenhill and paintings by Lionel Edwards tog. w. SERRES, D & J. T - Liber Nauticus - with an introduction by Basil Greenhill tog. w. thirty-eight other books of maritime interest (40) £50-80
589.    DAVIS, R. H - Diving Scientifically and Practically Considered, being a Diving Manual and Handbook of Submarine Appliances - [c. 1910], Siebe, Gorman & Co £400-600
590.    Collection of maritime books to include; BARRATT, Anthony - McTay, a Wirral Shipbuilder tog. w. DARCH, Malcolm - The Salcombe and Hope Cove Lifeboat History, FENTON, R. S - Cambrian Coasters, Steam and Motor Coaster Owners of North and West Wales £30-50
591.    RICHARDS, Frank - Billy Bunter Butts In - 1951, first edition, dust-wrapper tog. w. thirty-five other books to include: Billy Bunter and the Blue Mauritius - 1952, no dust-wrapper; Billy Bunter's Banknote - 1953, third edition, no dust-wrapper; Billy Bunter's Own No.3, dust-wrapper and eighteen others all relating to, or by the author (36) £25-30
592.    BONE, David W - Merchantmen At Arms - 1919, with twenty-seven illustrations [as called for] by Muirhead Bone, with an inscription which reads, 'Barbara, with all good wishes from Mr. B, January 1st 1920' and other books of maritime interest £25-30
593.    WORTH, Claud - Yacht Navigation and Voyaging - 1947, third edition tog. w. a quantity of books of maritime interest £30-50
593A.   The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History - five vols tog. w. a quantity of maritime books £30-50
594.    A Sailor's Odyssey, The Autobiography of Admiral of the Fleet, Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope and a collection of maritime books £30-50
594A.   Collection of maritime books £30-50
595.    CAMPBELL, Rear Admiral - My Mystery Ships tog. w. a quantity of books of maritime interest £30-50
595A.   Collection of maritime books £30-50
596.    WYLLIE, W. L - Sea Fights of the Great War tog. w. a quantity of maritime books £30-50
596A.   Collection of maritime books £30-50
597.    Trial of Lieutenant General Sir John Murray tog. w. a collection of maritime books £30-50
598.    SOUTHEY, Robert - English Seaman and a collection of maritime books £30-50
599.    BROWN, Rev. John - The Self Interpreting Bible with an Evangelical Commentary - full calf with gilt tooling, with numerous engravings £40-60
600.    The Holy Bible, containing The Old Teftament and The New - 1788, lack front board tog. w. BASKETT, John - The Book of Common Prayer, and Adminiftration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to the Ufe of the Church of England; together with Psalter or Psalms of David - 1732, front board present but loose and The Holy Bible containg the Old and New Testaments - 1819, full calf (3) £30-50
601.    CULLEN, The Most Rev. Dr - The Holy Bible; Translated from The Latin Vulgate, diligently compared with The Hebrew, Greek, and other Editions in Divers Languages - 1875, full calf, with two brass clasps, numerous coloured illustrations tog. w. EADIE, Rev. John - The Holy Bible with the commentaries of Scott and Henry - full calf, with two brass clasps, front board loose (2) £40-60
602.    Handbook to the Cathedrals of England and Wales - five vols, covering the Northern Cathedrals in two vols of, York, Ripon, Carlisle, Durham, Chester and Manchester; the Southern Cathedrals in two vols of, Winchester, Salisbury, Exeter, Wells, Chichester, Canterbury and Rochester and the Welsh Cathedrals in one volume of Llandaff, St. Davids, Bangor and St. Astaph, all bound in cream cloth boards with decorative bindings and gilt tooling to the spines (5) £25-30
603.    BROWN, Rev. John - Self Interpreting Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments - full calf, with gilt tooling and a brass clasp, numerous coloured illustrations £25-30
604.    Seven volumes of the Diocesan Histories, all six with maps and bound in decorative blue cloth with gilt tooling to include; Salisbury; St Davids; Bath and Wells; Durham; Canterbury and Norwich (7) £25-30
605.    The Books of Psalms, from the version of Miles Coverdale as published in the "Great Bible" of 1539, with an introduction by Francis Wormald of the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum and Facsimile Reproductions of Eight Illuminated Folios from the Fourteenth Century Manuscript known as Queen Mary's Psalter - 1930, with tipped in coloured plates £50-100
606.    SCOTT, Thomas - The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, according to the Authorized Version; with Explanatory Notes, Practical Observations and Copious Marginal References - six vols, 1835, full calf with ten maps tog. w. a small quantity of other religious books £30-50
607.    The Holy Bible containing The Old Teftament and The New - 1773 £30-40
608.    BASKETT, John - The Book of Common Prayer, and Adminiftration of the Sacrements and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to the Ufe of the Church of England; together with the Psalter of Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be Sung or Said in Churches: and the Former of Manner of Making, Ordaining and Confecrating of Bishops, Priefts and Dearons - 1734, bound, folio £30-40
609.    The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments - 1817, full calf with gilt tooling £25-30
610.    BROWN, Rev. John - The Self Interpreting Bible containing the Old and New Testaments - undated, with numerous maps, plans and plates, half calf £40-50
611.    FLEETWOOD, Rev. John - The Life of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, also the Lives of the Apostles of the Evangelists - with numerous coloured illustrations tog. w. CRUDEN, Alexander - A Complete Concordance to the Old and New Testament; or, a Dictionary and Alphabetical Index to the Bible in two parts - 1875, fourteenth edition, full calf (2) £30-50
612.    JAMESON, Mrs - The History of Our Lord - two vols, 1865, second edition tog. w. by the same author, Sacred and Legendary Art - two vols, 1864, second edition; Legends of the Monastic Orders - 1872, fifth edition; Legends of the Madonna - 1872, fifth edition and a quantity of leather bindings relating to religion and literature £50-80
613.    GROTIUS, Hugo - De Veritate Religionis Christianae - 1745 tog. w. The Book of Common Prayer and Adminiftration of the Sacrements and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to the Use of the Church of England; together with the Psalter or Psalms of David - 1716, John Baskett, both full calf (2) £50-100
614.    WATTS, William - Confessions of Saint Augustine Translated - 1631, full calf £200-300
615.    Auction Catalogue for Theobald Park, Hertfordshire, held by Waring & Gillow Ltd Auctioneers, by Order of the Executors of the late Lady Henry Bruce Meux, held on 15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, 22nd, 23rd, 25th, 26th May 1911 £25-30
616.    Collection of six Bibby's Annuals for the years, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1919-1920 and 1922 (6) £25-40
617.    COMPANY CATALOGUES - a collection of ten catalogues to include; WM Cross & Son Ltd, Catalogue of Builders', General and Household Iron Mongery, 1925; Dunlop and Ranken Ltd, Iron and Steel Catalogue, 1932; George Adams, Engineers Tools Price List, 1932; T. M. F Tamblyn-Watts, Illustrated Catalogue of Physical Apparatus, January 1899; Baird and Tatlock (London Ltd), Section III, General Chemical Apparatus; James Gibb & Co, Engineers' Supplies Catalogue 54; The Skefko Ball Bearing Company Ltd General Catalogue; W.A.H Encyclopaedia of Furnishing Brassfoundry No.35; McFraw-Hill pre-filled Mining Catalogs, 1951-1952; Modern Building Materials, Southport tog. w. a reproduction of the Illustrated Catalogue of Pumping and Winding engines (11) £50-100
618.    AUCTION CATALOGUES - The Remaining Contents of Rudding Park, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, The Property of Captain Sir Everard Radcliffe held on Monday, October 16 and Tuesday, October 17, 1972 tog .w. five other similar to include; Wateringbury Place, in two parts, held on Wednesday, May 21, Thursday, June 1, Friday June 2, 1978; Childwick Bury, St Albans, Herfordshire, in two parts, held on Monday. May 15, Tuesday, May 16 and Wednesday, May 17, 1978 and Charleston Manor, Alfriston, Sussex, volume II only, held on Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 October 1980, some with the auction price results (6) £25-45
619.    Two Buck and Hickman Company Catalogues for the years, 1953 and 1964 tog. w. a General Price List, 1937-1938, for the Army and Navy Stores Limited (3) £25-30
620.    Seven volumes of the, Magazine of Art, for the years, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1893, 1894, 1895 and 1896 (7) £50-100
621.    WOOD, Christopher - Victorian Painters - two vols tog. w. a quantity of art and reference books £50-100
622.    RICCI, Franco Maria - Lazio Delle Delizie - 1988, limited edition no. 4716 of 5000 copies tog. w. another by the same author, Roberto Capucci - 1993, limited edition no. 472 of 6000 copies - both boxed, folio, with numerous tipped in coloured illustrations, and with the English, Italian and French text (2) £30-50
623.    RILAND-BEDFORD, Rev. W - The Blazon of Episcopary - 1858, with sixty one plates tog. w. THORPE, A. Winton - Burke's Handbook to the Most Excellent Handbook of the British Empire - 1921; GOLDSMID, Edmund - Collectanea Adamantea XII, A Collection of Etiaphs and Inscriptions, interesting either from Historical Associations or Quaintness of Wording - two vols bound as one, 1885; FAIRAIRN - The Book of Crests of the Families of Great Britiain and Ireland - Vol I only, 1905, fourth edition and NICHOLS, J. C - The Herald and Genealogist - Vol I only, 1863 (5) £50-100
624.    Collection of art reference books £30-50
625.    CESCINSKY, Herbert - English Furniture of the Eighteenth Century - three vols, half calf tog. w. Present Carpets of Distinction - with tipped in coloured plates [as called for] and six other books and magazines relating to carpets and furniture (10) £80-100
626.    FORSTER, Edward - The British Gallery of Engravings, from Pictures of the Italian, Flemish, Dutch, and English Schools, now in the Possession of the King, and Several Nobleman and Gentlemen of the United Kingdoms - 1807, with fifty-two engravings [as called for], and with a bookplate pasted in on the inside front cover for Lord Northnick, oversized folio £40-60
627.    Collection of twenty-five lithographs various titles to include; Bals de l'Opera et de la Renaissance; Bals Masques; Galerie de Costumes, Musques de Paris etc - bound, with the majority of the lithographs pasted down £30-50
628.    Victorian Scrap Album - with fifty-two bound pages of black and white and coloured illustrations and three loose pages £30-50
629.    DORE, Robert - L'Art en Provenance dans de Comtat Venaissin et dans le Comte de Nice - French text tog. w. six other similar books, all in French text, with numerous illustrations, and half calf £30-50
630.    Memorial Rings, Charles the Second to William the Fourth in the Possession of Frederick Arthur Crisp - 1908, privately printed limited edition no, 103 of 150 copies, ex library, half vellum bound £30-50
631.    Collection of modern academic books to include LEVER - Berlin Rules; BARTUSIAK - Einstein's Unfinished Symphony - 2017; VANAIK - The Rise of Hindu Authoritarianism - 2017 and a quantity of others £40-60
632.    Collection of art books to include; BLISS - A History of Wood Engraving - 1964, dust-wrapper; ZAFRAN - Gauguin's Norvna - 2001 and a quantity of other books £30-50
633.    The Wilkie Gallery, with Biographical and Critical Notices - undated [c.1840], full calf, with decorative gilt tooling, the spine with raised bands, numerous illustrations, tog. w. Lady's Pictorial - a collection of bound copies from January 3, 1914 to April 25, 1914; VINCENT, John - Country Cottages: a series of Designs for an Improved Class of Dwellings for Agricultural Labourers - 1860, with all plates and plans [as called for] - all with staining or the effects of damp £25-30
634.    The Byron Gallery; a Series of Historical Embellishments to Illustrate the Poetical Works of Lord Byron - 1833, Smith, Elder and Co, with thirty-one engravings tog. w. seven 18th century and later, leather and cloth bindings to include: Memoires du Comte de Vordac, General des Armes de L' Empereur - 1703; The Pleader's Guide: a Ddactic Poem, in two parts: containing the conduct of a suit of Law, with the arguments of Counsellor Bother'um and Counsellor Bore'um, in an action betwixt John-a-Gull, and John-a-Gudgeon, for Assault and Battery, at a late Contested Election - 1803, new edition; HOFLAND, Mrs - The History of a Merchant's Widow and His Young Family and another by the same author, The History of a Clergyman's Widow and Her Young Family - both undated; DUGDALE, Thomas - Curiosities of Great Britain, England and Wales Delineated, Historical, Entertaining and Commercial - Vol II only; ALDIS, John - Love and Sunset in the East - 1930 and The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science - Vol XXXIII, Fourth Series, January to June 1867 (8) £40-60
635.    Victorian Scrap Album containing numerous engravings of places in Kent, the Lake District, Hertfordshire etc £40-50
636.    Seeley, E. L - Stories of the Italian Artists from Vasari - 1906, with coloured illustrations tog. w a quantity of books relating mainly to literature to include; DICKENS, Charles - The Pickwick Papers - 1862 £30-40
637.    Collection of art and reference books £30-50
638.    A Dictionary of Flower, Fruit and Still Life Painters - three vols, covering the 15th to 17th century, 18th century and the 19th century, 1786-1840, all in dust-wrappers tog. w. a quantity of art books on various subjects and artists £30-50
639.    The Age of the Grand Tour - 1967, oblong folio, tog. w. a quantity of reference books relating to sculpture, photography, architecture, books etc £30-40
640.    Britten's Old Clocks and Watches and their Makers - 1956, seventh edition tog. w. fifteen other books relating to horology £30-50
641.    SMALL, Tunstall & WOODBRIDGE, Christopher - Mouldings of the Tudor Period - with twenty loose portfolio full size sections tog. w. fifteen other books relating to art (16) £40-60
642.    NOBILI, R - The Gentle Art of Faking - 1922, tog. w. twenty-nine other books relating to fakes and forgeries (30) £60-100
643.    Renaissance Painting in Manuscripts - 1983, first edition, slip-case; tog. w. DENIS and De VRIES - The World's Art - two vols, slip-case, and a quantity of other art books £40-60
644.    Collection of 19th century and later indentures relating to the Wagstaff family of Southwark, Lieutenant Henry Bridges of Croydon and others £25-30
645.    Collection of 19th century and later documents to include items relating to a Mr John Turner in the County of Lincoln £25-30
646.    Collection of 18th century and later documents relating to the Langham family in Holborn, London £50-80
647.    Collection of 19th century and later documents relating to the Solomon family of Holborn, the Hawkins family of Ilford and the Arrowsmith family of Hampstead £25-30
648.    Collection of 19th century and later documents relating to various families to include; The Merritt family of Holborn; the Oliver family of Holborn; the Kinnell family of Southwark; the May family of Holborn etc £25-30
649.    Collection of 19th century and later indentures relating to the Bruce and Torrance families of Threave and Kirkoswold in Ayrshire £20-50
649A.   19th century framed indenture, with six red seal marks £25-30
650.    Collection of 19th century and later indentures, letters etc relating to the Wilson and Boyce families £25-30
651.    Collection of 19th century and later documents relating mainly to the Simpson, Thompson etc families of Scarborough and North Yorkshire etc £25-30
652.    Collection of 18th century and later indentures and documents relating to the Duncan family of Firth and Old Woodhouselee, South of Edinburgh £40-60
653.    MICHELET, Jules - The Insect - 1883, with numerous illustrations by Giacomelli, cloth bound with gilt tooling £25-35
654.    LANDSBOROUGH-THOMSON, A - Britain's Birds and their Nests - 1910, with illustrations by George Rankin tog. w. a small collection of books relating to natural history to include four Collins New Naturalists £50-80
655.    DIXON, Charles - Our Favourite Song-Birds - 1897 and three other books by the same author, to include; The Game Birds and Wild Fowl of the British Islands - 1893; Our Rarer Birds being Studies in Ornithology and Oology - 1888; Nests and Eggs of British Birds - 1893 tog. w. three other books on ornithology to include; GILBERT, H. A & BROOK, Arthur - Secrets of Bird Life - 1924; BEDDARD, Frank E - The Structure and Classification of Birds - 1898 and GOUES, Elliot - Handbook of Field and General Ornithology - 1890 (7) £30-50
656.    FARRER, Reginald - My Rock Garden - 1907, third impression tog. w. three duplicate copies - 1909, third impressions and 1927, seventh impression and other works by the author to include; Alpines and Bog Plants - 1908 and a duplicate copy; In a Yorkshire Garden - 1909; Among the Hills - May 1927, reprint and The English Rock Garden - two vols, 1948 reprint (10) £25-30
657.    The Rock Tombs of El Armana, Part III, The Tombs of Huya and Ahmes - 1905, with forty plates [as called for], tog. w. eighteen other books relating to archaeology and natural history (19) £30-50
658.    BOTANICAL - NICHOLSON, George - The Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening, a Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists - four vols [as issued], half calf, with numerous coloured plates throughout tog. w. FISH, D. T (ed.) - Cassell's Popular Gardening - four vols, a subscription only publication, with numerous double-page coloured plates throughout and SUDELL, Richard - The New Illustrated Gardening Encyclopaedia (9) £40-60
659.    WOOD, W - Index Testaceologicus, An Illustrated Catalogue of British and Foreign Shells… HANLEY, Sylvanus - A New and Entirely Revised Edition, with Ancient and Modern Apellations, Synoms, Localities etc - 1856, forty-six coloured plates, half calf with gilt tooling to the spines and raised bands £100-150
660.    CURTIS, William - The Botanical Magazine; or, Flower Garden Displayed - Vol. I to LV bound in forty-two volumes tog. w. an index published after Vol. LIII, with 2875 hand coloured plates, all full calf

The first fourteen volumes were published between 1793 and 1800 and contain 500 hand coloured engraved plates.

Following Curtis' death in 1800, his friend John Sims took over the editorship of the magazine. The forty-one volumes, together with the index, were published between 1801 and 1828 and contain 2375 hand coloured plates.

661.    NOEL-HUMPREYS, H - The Genera of British Moths - [1859], with sixty-two coloured plates, cloth bound with gilt tooling £40-60
662.    HUMPHREYS, H. Noel -The Genera and Species of British Butterflies - [1859], with thirty-two coloured plates, cloth bound with gilt tooling £40-60
663.    THOMSON, A. Landsborough - Britain's Birds and their Nests - 1910, with coloured illustrations by George Rankin, half calf with gilt tooling £30-50
664.    PRATT, Anne - Flowering Plants, Grasses and Ferns of Great Britain, and their Allies The Club Mossers, Pepperworts and Horsetails - four vols, 1891, F.Warne & Co, cloth bound with gilt tooling and numerous coloured plates £50-80
665.    MAUND, B - The Botanic Garden: Consisting of Highly Finished Representations of Hardy Ornamental Flowering Plants, Cultivated in Great Britain, with their Classification, History and Culture and other Interesting Information - [1825], with forty-eight coloured plate, half calf £40-60
666.    BUFFON - The Natural History of Birds - eight vols of nine [lacking vol. IV], 1793, full calf, with numerous illustrations £80-120
667.    BUFFON - Natural History, General and Particular - eight volumes of nine (lacking volume IV), 1791, third edition, numerous engravings £80-120
668.    WOOD, John George - The Principles and Practice of Sketching Landscape Scenery from Nature, Systematically Arranged and Illustrated by Numerous Examples, from Simple and Easy Subjects, to the Most Complicated and Difficult Combinations of Objects -in four individual parts, 1815-1819, with numerous plates, oblong folio £300-400
669.    Fables, by the Late Mr. Gay - 1753, seventh edition, full calf, with illustrations tog. w. WOOD, J. G - Wild Animals of the Bible - 1887, and another by the same author, Strange Dwellings, being a Descriptions of the Habitations of Animals - 1873; ALLEN, Grant - In Nature's Workshop - 1901, second edition and Half Hours with a Naturalist - all four calf and with illustrations (5) £30-40
670.    BRADLEY, Richard - A General Treatise of Husbandry and Gardening - containing twelve individual monthly parts bound as one, with index at the end of the month of March marking the end of volume I with pages from 187 to 371 (inclusive), with five single page engravings and four fold out engravings £30-50
671.    SENNETT, A. R - Garden Cities in Theory and Practice, being an amplification of a paper on the potentialities of applied science in a garden city - two vols, 1905, with numerous illustrations, ex library, tog. w. BEETON - The Book of Garden Management, a compendium of the theory and practice of horticulture and a complete guide to gardening in all its branches (3) £40-60
672.    AUDUBON, John James - The Birds of America - November, 1937 tog. w. two other later copies - 1946, fifth printing and 1977, eleventh printing (3) £30-50
673.    Collection of twelve New Naturalists, all with dust-wrappers and all first edition (unless otherwise state) to include; London's Natural History - 1946 reprint; Wild Flowers; Natural History in the Highlands and Islands; Mushrooms and Toadstools - 1972, sixth impression; Insect Natural History; British Plant Life - 1971 reprint; The Sea Shore; The Art of Botanical Illustration; Life in Lakes and Rivers; Wild Flowers of Chalk and Limestone - 1969, second edition; The World of Spiders and Ants - ex library (12)
674.    Collection of twelve New Naturalists, all with dust-wrappers and all first edition (unless otherwise state) to include; Butterflies; London's Natural History - 1946 reprint; Britain's Structure and Scenery; Mountains and Moorlands; The Sea Shore; The Art of Botanical Illustrations; Insect Natural History; The Herring Gull's World - 1965 reprint; Wild Flowers of Chalk and Limestone; The Weald - 1972 fifth impression; Dartmoor - 1970 reprint and Moths (12)
675.    Collection of eleven New Naturalists, all with dust-wrappers and all first edition (unless otherwise state) to include; British Plant Life; Mountains and Moorlands; The Sea Shore; Birds and Men; Wild Orchids of Britain; Flowers of the Coast; British Mammals; Moths; Trees, Wood and Man; Mountain Flowers - 1971 reprint and The World of Spiders - 1976 reprint (11)
676.    HULME, F. Edward - Familiar Garden Flowers - two vols, undated, half calf, tog. w. The Floricultural Cabinet and Florists Magazine, January to December, 1859 - half calf; PLUES, Margaret - Rambles in Search of Wild Flowers, and How to Distinguish Them - 1863 and Coloured Vade-mecum to the Alpine Flora - Twelfth and Thirteenth Edition, all books with numerous coloured plates (5) £25-30
677.    WANLEY, Nathaniel - The Wonders of the Little World, or a General Hiftory of Man - 1791, six vols bound as one, with numerous engravings, full calf £40-60
678.    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS - two bound copies for the year, 1861
679.    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS - two bound copies for the year, 1872
680.    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS - two bound volumes for the year, 1873
681.    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS - four bound volumes covering; July to December, 1857; January to June, 1862; July to December, 1862 and July to December, 1867 (4)
682.    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS - four bound volumes covering; Jaunuary to June, 1870; January to June, 1874, July to December, 1877; January to June, 1878 and July to December, 1879 and a part bound volume for July to December, 1874 (6) £30-50
683.    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS - July to December, 1880; January to June, 1881; July to December, 1884; January to June, 1886; January to June, 1887; January to June, 1889; July to December, 1889 tog. w. a part bound volume for January to June, 1888 (8) £30-50
684.    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS - a collection of bound volumes covering, January to June, 1890; January to June, 1893; January to June, 1898; January to June, 1902; January to June, 1903 and January to June, 1905 tog. w. a part bound volume for January to June, 1896 (7) £30-50
685.    THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS - collection of bound volumes covering, January to June, 1907; July to December, 1908; July to December, 1909; July to December, 1910; January to June, 1912; July to December, 1912; January to June, 1913 and three part bound volumes for, January to June, 1910; January to June, 1911 and July to December, 1911 (10) £30-50
686.    The Illustrated London News for 1881 - bound in two volumes, uniformly bound in cloth with gilt tooling and decoration to the front boards and spine £50-80
687.    The Illustrated London News - two bound volumes for July to December, 1872 and for July to December, 1874, both half calf £40-60
688.    Collection of late 19th and early 20th century un-bound copies of, The Graphic Illustrated Newspaper, tog. w. The Illustrated London News and The Pictorial World £50-100
689.    Bound collection of, The Times, newspaper from October 1st, 1877 to December 1st, 1877 £25-30
690.    CRANE, Walter (Illustrator) - Pan Pipes, a book of old songs, newly arranged and with accompaniments by Theo Marzials - undated, second edition, George Routledge & Co, tog. w. another by the same illustrator - The Baby's Operam a book of Old Rhymes with New Dresses and the Music by the Earliest Masters - undated, Frederick Warne & Co - with each book engraved and printed in colours by Edmund Evans (2) £30-40
691.    GOETHE - Faust - undated, [c. 1908], Hutchinson & Co, translated by Abraham Hayward, with thirty-one illustrations by Willy Pogany [as called for] tog. w. BROWNE, Gordon - Proverbial Sayings, being some Old friends in New Dresses and DICKENS, Charles - Der Weihnachtsabend - 1918, with tipped in illustrations [as called for] by Arthur Rackham, German text (3) £60-100
692.    HEATH-ROBINSON, W - Some 'Frightful' War Pictures - 1915, with twenty-four illustrations, folio tog. w. another illustrated book - CARRUTHERS-GOULD, F - Cartoons of the Campaign:1895 - limited edition printing no. 11 of 500 copies and signed by the author, with forty-eight illustrations [as called for] (2) £50-80
693.    The Illustrated Exhibitor, a Tribute to the World's Industrial Jubilee; comprising, Sketches by Pen and Pencil of Principal Objects in the Great Exhibition of all Nations, 1851 - with fold out illustrations, re-bound £30-50
694.    Collection of illustrated books to include; TARRANT, Margaret A - Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales - with sixteen coloured plates; JERROLD, Walter - The Big Book of Fairy Tales - with illustrations by Charles Robinson and a quantity of other illustrated books to include Ranolph Caldecott etc £50-80
695.    PYNE, W.H -The Costume of Great Britain - 1808, with sixty coloured plates [as called for], half calf £300-500
696.    DORE, Gustave and JERROLD, Blanchard - London, a Pilgrimage - 1872, with numerous illustrations £50-100
697.    DE MOLEVILLE, M. Bertrand - The Costume of the Hereditary States of The House of Austria - 1804, with fifty [as called for] hand coloured plates, full calf with gilt tooling £400-500
698.    MONSALVE, Diego - Colombia Cafetera - 1927, with numerous coloured illustrations £25-30
699.    KEITH, Elizabeth - Eastern Windows, an artists note of travel in Japan, Hokkaido, Korea, China and the Philippines - undated, with twelve tipped in coloured illustrations [as called for], ex library with Bath Municipal Refrerence Library sticker to front end paper, and stamp to the reverse of the title page at the bottom £30-40
700.    CARROLL, Lewis - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Macmillan & Co, 1872, with forty-two illustrations by John Tenniel, disbound and lacking spine but retaining original front and rear boards £80-120
701.    CARROLL, Lewis - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Centenary Edition, with twelve tipped in coloured plates by Gwynedd Hudson £40-60
702.    KINGSLEY, Charles - The Water Babies - 1863, with illustrated frontispiece by Noel Paton, cloth bound with front board loose £30-40
703.    TOUDOUZE, Gustave - Le Roy Soleil - 1917, with forty full page coloured illustrations by Maurice Leloir [as called for], decorative cloth binding, French text £25-30
704.    GRAND- CARTERAT, J - Les Moeurs et La Cariacture en France - undated, Paris, with numerous coloured and black and white illustrations £25-30
705.    BARRIE, J. M - Peter Pan and Wendy - March, 1941, with twelve coloured plates [as called for] by Mabel Lucie Atwell tog. w. The Peter Pan Picture Book - November, 1907, second impression; JERROLD, Walter - The Big Book of Fairy Tales - 1911, with twenty-eight coloured and six black and white plates [all as called for] by Charles Robinson; WEATHERLEY, F. E - Told in the Twilight - with illustrations by M. Ellen Edwards and John C. Staples; Aesop's Fables - with sixteen coloured illustrations by J. M. Conde and DE BRUNHOFF, Jean - The Story of Babar, the little Elephant - 1934 (6) £50-100
706.    GOLDSMITH, Oliver - The Vicar of Wakefield - 1929, first edition, dust-wrapper with twelve coloured illustrations by Arthur Rackham tog. w. STEPHENS, James - Irish Fairy Tales - 1920, first edition, with sixteen illustrations by the same author and RIALL, Richard - A New Bibliography of Arthur Rackham - 1994 (3) £70-100
707.    BROWNING, Robert - The Pied Piper of Hamelin, a Child's Story - 1898, first edition, Harry Quilter, limited edition no. 21 of 100 copies, de-luxe edition on English vellum, inscribed to the recipient, The Rev'd Atkinson, and signed by the publisher, folio, with silver and gilt decoration, with a coloured illustration on silk, and a further coloured illustration on paper £100-150
708.    LANG, Andrew - five books to include; The Green Fairy Book - 1892; The Blue Poetry Book - 1891; Prince and Princesses 1908; The Red Book of Heroes - 1909 and The Book of Romance - 1902 £40-60
709.    IRVING, Washington - RIP Van Winkle - 1919, with twenty-four coloured illustrations [as called for] by Arthur Rackham tog. w. three other illustrated books to include; The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book - October 1968; OLCOTT, Frances - Stories from the Arabian Nights - undated, with twelve coloured illustrations [as called for] by Monro Orr and the, Children's Treasury of Great Stories - undated, with six coloured illustrations [as called for] (4) £25-40
710.    Elements d'Ornementation du XVIe au XVIIIe Siecle tog. w. Documents du Moyen-Age XIVe Siecle; Documents du Moyen-Age XVe Siecle and Documents du Moyen-Age FIIIe Siecle - each with sixteen coloured plates (4) £30-40
711.    RACKHAM, Arthur - Cinderella - 1919, with tipped in coloured illustration £40-60
712.    CRANE, Walter - Flowers from Shakespeare's Garden - 1906, with numerous coloured illustrations and MILNE, A. A - The House at Pooh Corner - 1928, first edition, with illustrations by Ernest Shepherd (2) £30-50
713.    BINGHAM, Clifton & WAIN, Louis - The Dandy Lion - [c. 1900], pictorial boards £30-50
714.    POTTER, Beatrix - The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin - 2003, limited edition no. 264/500 commemorating one hundred years of the first publication of this title, with the book cased in a special box, with explanatory leaflet on the history of, The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin, and a commemorative book mark, with original tissue paper, explanatory note, and in cardboard box as issued £50-100
715.    POTTER, Beatrix - The Tailor of Gloucester - 2003, limited edition 109/500 copies commemorating one hundred years of the first publication of this title, with the book cased in a special box, with explanatory leaflet on the history of, The Tailor of Gloucester, with a commemorative book mark, original tissue paper, explanatory note, and in cardboard box as issued £50-100
716.    MILNE, A. A - Now We Are Six - 1927, first edition, with decorations by Ernest Shephard £50-70
717.    RANSOME, Arthur - The Big Six - 1952; Swallowdale - 1965; Missee Lee - 1947 and Coot Club - 1958, all with dust-wrappers; tog. w. six P. G. Wodehouse books, lacking dust-wrappers, to include - Uncle Fred in the Springtime - fourth printing; three Richmal Crompton 'Just William' books, all without dust-wrappers and four other books (17) £25-30
718.    POTTER, Beatrix - The Roly Poly Pudding - 1908, first edition tog. w. two other early Beatrix Potter publications, The Tale of Mrs Tiggy-Winkle -1905 and The Tailor of Gloucester - 1903, (3) £40-60
719.    CRANE, Thomas and HOUGHTON, Ellen - Abroad tog. w. a small quantity of children books to include Biggles, Alison Uttley and a small collection of William books by Richmal Compton £25-30
720.    Collection of children's books to include Beatrix Potter, Angela Brazil and a quantity of books with decorative bindings £30-50
721.    CROMPTON, Richmal - William and the ARP - October, 1947, reprint tog. w. forty-three books written by the author relating to her, no first editions and the majority lacking dust-wrappers (44) £30-50
722.    Collection of illustrated books to include; JERROLD, Walter - The Big Book of Fairy Tales - with illustrations by Charles Robinson tog. w. GOLDSMITH, Oliver - The Vicar of Wakefield - with illustrations by E. J. Sullivan; BATEMAN, H. M - More Drawings and a quantity of other books £30-40
723.    POTTER, Beatrix - The Pie and the Patty Pan - 1905, lacking spine tog. w. a collection of children books to include Beatrix Potter, Alison Uttley, Enid Blyton etc £30-50
724.    QUINBY, Jane - Beatrix Potter, a Bibliographical Check List tog. w. LINDER, Leslie - The Beatrix Papers at Hill Top, a Catalogue of the Manuscripts, Miscellaneous Drawings and Papers at Hill Top, Sawrey, belonging to the National Trust - 1987 (2) £30-50
725.    BLYTON, Enid - Five on a Secret Trail -1956, first edition, dust-wrapper tog. w. Five have Plenty of Fun - 1955, first edition and twenty other books (22) £30-40
725A.   STEVENSON, Robert Louis - Kidnapped tog. w. with a collection of children's, illustrated and books with decorative bindings £30-50
726.    CROMPTON, Richmal - a collection of twenty-one, non first edition, William books, all in dust-wrappers £30-50
727.    BOND, Michael - a collection of eleven books, of which ten are in hardback form, all with their dust-wrappers, and with eight first editions; A Bear Called Paddington - 1959 reprinted; More About Paddington - 1959; Paddington Helps Out - 1960; Paddington Abroad -1961; Paddington At Large - 1962; Paddington Marches On - 1964, soft-back; Paddington At Work - 1968, third impression; n Paddington Goes To Town - 1968; Paddington Takes the Air - 1970; Paddington Takes the Air - 1970 Paddington's Blue Peter Story Book - 1973 and Paddington on Top - 1974 (11) £50-100
728.    CARROLL, Lewis - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - with thirteen coloured plates by Arthur Rackham tog. w. a quantity of other children and illustrated books £30-50
729.    CARROLL, Lewis - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - 1933, with seven coloured illustrations by Arthur Rackham tog. w. four other books by the same author to include; ; Alice in Wonderland - undated, with four full page coloured illustrations by Mabel Lucie Atwell; Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - 1943, with forty-two illustrations and Alice's Adventure in Wonderland - 1903, with thirty-two coloured illustrations and Through the Looking Glass and what Alice Found There - 1934, with sixteen coloured illustrations [as called for], all with illustrations by John Tenniel (5) £40-60
730.    More Adventures of Rupert - 1937, facsimile edition, tog. w. a quantity of children's books to include Ladybird books, Arthur Rackham, Charles Kingsley, Walter Crane, three Empire Annual For Girls, etc £30-50
731.    Collection of Children's Annuals to include Beano, Beezer, Topper, Krazy etc £25-30
732.    WODEHOUSE, P. G - Joy in the Morning - first edition tog. w. thirty-three other books, by the same author, all lacking dust-wrappers, and non first editions and USBORNE, Richard - Wodehouse at Work - 1961, first edition, dust-wrapper (35) £50-70
733.    Collection of children's books by Arthur Ransome, Richmal Crompton and Captain W. E. Johns tog. w. books with decorative bindings £25-30
734.    JOHNS, Captain W. E - The Rescue Flight - 1939, first edition, no dust-wrapper £25-30
735.    Collection of Beano Comics dating from 1983 to 1986 to include issues: 2120, 2125, 2126, 2130, 2132, 2134, 2135, 2145 to 2147, 2149, 2151, 2153 to 2156, 2158 to 2161, 2164 to 2167 2171, 2173, 2176, 2179 to 2182, 2184, 2186, 2188, 2192, 2194 to 2198, 2200 to 2202 , 2205, 2208, 2210 to 2212 , 2214, 2215, 2217 to 2221, 2223 to 2235, 2237 to 2246, 2249 to 2255, 2257 to 2260, 2262 to 2265, 2267 to 2281, 2283, 2285 to 2287, 2289. 2290, 2292 to 2294, 2296, 2299, 2300, 2302 to 2304 2306 to 2309 and 2375

tog. w. a duplication copy of 2255, two Beano single issue comics published on 18th August 1984 and 26th July 1986, both lacking their covers, a copy of Champ published on March 1984, a copy of Chips published on Monday 26th October 1985 and four single issue Dandy comics nos. 2188, 2237, 2292 and 2409 £25-30
736.    Collection of nineteen, Marvel Daredevil comics to include; nos 55, 56, 74, 102, 107, 121, 122, 123, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 134, 137, 138, 139, 142 and 143 £25-30
737.    Collection of thirty-three, Marvel and DC, 1967 and later comics to include; Dr. Strange; The Defenders; Spiderman and Daredevil; The New Captain Marvel; Tarzan; Omega the Unknown; Fantastic Four; Solarman; Star Brand; Avengers; Flash; Green Lantern; House of Mystery and All Star Squadron (33) £30-40
738.    UTTLEY, Alison - The Knot Squirrel Tied - 1937, first edition, no dust-wrapper tog. w. four other books, each with dust-wrappers and by the same author to include: Hare and Guy Fawkes - 1956, first edition; Water Rat's Picnic - October 1965, tenth impression; Grey Rabbit's May Day - March 1968, second impression; Hare Goes Shopping - May 1969, second impression, and all with pictures by Margaret Tempest and nine other children's books to include; WEATHERLEY, F. W - The Illustrated Children's Book - with illustrations by Kate Greenaway and others, and eight, Cicely Mary Barker, Flower Fairies books (14) £25-30
739.    RICHARDS, Frank - a collection of sixty, The Magnet, comics dating from 1908 to 1913, to include the first issue tog. w. nos: 22, 41, 60, 79, 89, 93, 113, 119, 120, 126 to 130, 132, 141, 146, 155, 161, 170, 173, 174, 179, 194, 228, 237, 239 to 246, 251 to 253, 257, 259, 260, 262, 264 to 267, 269, 273, 275 to 280, 282, 284, 288, 290, 291, 295 and 303 (60) £50-80
740.    RICHARDS, Frank - a collection of forty-nine, The Magnet, comics dating from 1914 and 1915 to include; Nos. 317, 319, 321 to 323, 328 to 333, 336 to 341, to include the Summer Special, 343 to 356, 358 to 364, with a duplication of 358, 366, 367, 375 to 377, 379, 382, 384, 385, 389, and 394 (49) £50-80
741.    RICHARDS, Frank - a collection of fifty-two, The Magnet, comics dating from 1915 to 1919, to include nos: 418, 420, 423, 425, 427, 444 to 447, 449, 451 to 454, 456, 458, 459, 462 to 468, 477 to 479, 481, 482, 486, 489 to 491, 493, 494, 497, 499, 501 to 505, 511, 514, 515, 524, 527, 531, 552, 561, 562 and 569 (52) £50-80
742.    RICHARDS, Frank - a collection of one hundred and forty-two, The Magnet, comics to include nos: 831 832, 835, 837, 839 to 844, 846, 847, 849 to 851, 854, 855, 861, 867 to 869, 872, 879, 890, 893 to 899, 901, 903 to 908, 910 to 913, 920, 921, 923, 934, 942, 946, 950 to 952, 956, 957, 959 to 961, 964 to 967, 970 to 973, 975, 977 to 979, 981, 982, 984, 986 to 1021, 1023, 1024, and 1027 to 1037, 1103, 1100, 1105, 1183, 1383, 1385, 1432, 1435, 1437 to 1439, 1456, 1458, 1464, 1469, 1475, 1476, 1479 to 1481, 1483, 1485, 1526 and 1561 tog. w. a facsimile of the first issue and four, The Gem Library, comics nos: 1054, 1056, 1065 and 1074 (147) £50-100
743.    RICHARDS, Frank - a collection of ninety-one, The Magnet, comics to include nos: 1507 to 1523 1525, 1527 to 1552 to 1560, 1562 to 1567, 1569, 1572, 1573, 1576 to 1580, 1583 to 1591 and 1593 to 1611 (91) £30-50
744.    RICHARDS, Frank - a collection of sixty-nine, The Magnet, comics dating from 1939 and 1940 to include the following issues: 1612 to 1644, 1646 to 1683 (69) £30-50
745.    Five facsimile copies of, The Magnet Library, to include Vols. 3, 4, 8, 13 and 40 tog. w. four facsimile, The Gem Library, Nos: 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8; two facsimile, Nelson Lee Library, nos: 1 and 2; Billy Bunter in the Land of the Pyramids - 1969 and six Greyfriars Holiday Annual's for the years, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1926, 1927 and 1931 and two later printings for the years, 1925 and 1967 (20) £25-30
746.    Collection of ninety-four, Avengers Marvel Comics to include nos. 6, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 21 to 27, 53, 56, 59, 62, 65, 68, 71, 78, 79, 81, 83 to 88, 90 and 93; tog. w. The Avengers, Master of Kung Fu, nos: 28 to 31, 33 to 44, 46 to 51; 61, 64 and 67; The Avengers and the Savage Sword of Conran from 1975-1976 to include nos. 95, 97, 100 to 103, 105, 107 to 110, 112 to 114, 116, 140, 141, 145, and 146; The Avengers featuring Iron Fist to include nos: 55, 58, 70, 73, 76 and 80; The Avengers, Dr Strange to include nos: 54, 57, 60, 63, 69, 72, 75 and 77 and Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Avengers to include nos; 166, 172 and 175 to 177; The Avengers starring in Marvel Triple Action no. 43 and The Return of the Bride of Ultron, The Avengers no. 170 (94)
747.    Collection of thirty Captain Britain, Marvel Comics, some duplications, to include Nos. 1 to 13, 15 to 18, 21, 24, 25, 27, and 29 to 31 £30-50
748.    Fourteen copies of the Fantastic Four, Marvel Comic, to include nos. 130, 131, 149, 155, 157, 162, 165, 171, 172, 177, 178, 182, 183 and 185 tog. w. seven copies of, The Complete Fantastic Four to include nos; 2, 8, 9, 26, 30, 33 and 34 (21) £25-30
749.    Twenty-seven copies of, The Super-Heroes, Marvel Comic, to include nos: 4 to 6, 8, 11 to 15, 17, 20 to 23, 25 to 27, 29, 30, 34, 37 to 40, 47, 49 and 50 £25-30
750.    DC and Marvel Comics: Collection of thirteen, The Flash, to include nos: 208, 213, 218, 220, 222, 223, 228, 230 to 233, 262 and 263; tog. w. ten copies of, The Invincible Iron Man, to include nos: 16, 87, 93, 94, 97, 106 and 108 to 111 (23) £25-30
751.    Thirteen copies of, Captain America and the Falcon, to include nos; 176, 177, 186, 187, 189, 190, 195, 198, 205, 207, 208, 219 and 220 £25-30
752.    Seventeen copies of, The Defender, Marvel Comic, to include nos; 15, 17, 18, 21, 22, 26, 35, 36, 38 to 43, 46, 50 and 53 tog. w. five copies of, Rampage starring the Daring Defenders no. 6, 10, 28, 30 and 31 and eleven copies of, The Man Called Nova to include nos; 2, 3, 5 to 10, 21, 22 and 24 (33) £25-30
753.    Sixteen copies of X-Men, Marvel comic to include nos; 33, 78, 89, 91, 92, 99, 101, 110, 111 and 112, Marvel Triple Action starring X-Men, no. 45 and The Uncanny X-Men nos; 114 to 116 and 118 tog. w. six copies of, The Mighty World of Thor, nos; 262, 269, 270, 275, 276 and 277; five copies of, The Eternals nos; 6, 7,12, 15 and 16; five copies of Daredevil, the Man without Fear nos: 118, 119, 120, 144 and 146 and eight copies of E-Man, Chorlton Comics, to include nos; 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 (40) £30-40
754.    Thirteen copies of the comic, Captain Marvel, to include nos; 18, 37, 41 to 44, 47, 48, 53 to 56 and 61; twenty-three copies of, The Mighty World of Marvel nos. 7, 11, 16, 17, 21, 25 27, 75, 76, 111, 123, 125, 185, 206, 220, 259, 266, 273, 275, 290, 295, 300 and 301 and thirteen copies of Ms. Marvel to include nos; 4, 5, 13 to 23 (49) £40-60
755.    Eight copies of Luke Cage, Power Man to include nos; 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 38, 42 and 46; two copies of Power Man and Iron Fist; nos 50 and 51; two copies of, Iron Fist nos; 4 and 24 £25-30
756.    Marvel Comics: Collection of forty-one Spiderman, to include nos; 5, 16, 32, 54 to 57, 84, 96, 98 to 106, 108 to 111, 113 to 115, 117, 118, 121, 129 to 131, 133, 139 to 146 and 257 £25-30
757.    Marvel Comics: Collection of forty-four, Spider-Man with the Super Heroes, to include nos; 159 to 162, 164, 165, 167 to 173, 175 to 181, 183 to 188, 191, 192, 194 to 198, 201, 203, 206 to 208, 210, 212, 213, 215, 219 and 222 tog. w. eight, Spiderman and the Titans nos; 23, 199, 200, 205, 209, 211, 220, and 221; three Super Spiderman and Captain Britain nos; 232, 243 and 247; Spiderman and Dr Doom, no. 43 and Spiderman and Falcon no. 30 (57) £30-35
758.    DC Comics: Collection of ten, Wonder Woman, to include; 204, 206, 207, 213 to 215, 218, 219, 222, 230 and 237; six Supergirl, nos; 2 to 6, 9 and 10; five Adventure Comics starring Supergirl nos; 412, 416, 421, 422 and 424; twelve, Superboy nos; 172, 176, 179, 181, 184 to 186, 191, 193, 195, 196 and 458; three DC 100 Superboy Spectacular; fourteen, Superboy, starring the Legion of Superheroes nos; 198, 202, 203, 206, 208, 210, 225, 239, 240, 247, 248, 250 and 251(50) £25-30
759.    Mixed collection of comics to include Liberty Legion, Sub Mariner, Warlord, 2000 AD, Batman etc £30-40
760.    DC Comics: Collection of Superman to include nos. 263, 264,254, 271 and others £25-30
761.    Collection of fourteen, Shazam! comics to include; nos. 2-6, 8, 9, 13, 13-16, 18, 22 and 26 tog. w. twenty-two Action Comics and fourteen World's Finest (50) £30-50
762.    Collection of Marvel comics to include Doctor Strange, Spiderman and Hulk, Luke Cage, Power Man, Nightstalkers, Shogun Warriors and many others £25-30
763.    CHAMBERS, E - Cyclopaedia: or, an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, containing an explanation of the terms, and an account of the several subjects in the Liberal and Mechanical Arts and the Sciences, Human and Divine - four vols, 1786, full calf, engraved frontespiece to volume I £50-70
764.    Collection of books relating to Geology to include; MOSLEY, F. - The Geology of the Lake District - 1978; JUKES-BROWNE, A. J - The Student's Handbook of Historical Geology - 1886; BONNEY, T. G - Cambridgeshire Geology - 1875 tog. w. a quantity of others £30-50
765.    COOKE, Geroge Alexander - Modern and Authentic System of Universal Geography - undated, [c. 1800] two vols, full calf with fifty-three engravings and five fold out maps in volume I and twenty-two illustrations and nineteen fold out maps in volume II £50-100
766.    NICHOLSON, Peter - An Improved and Enlarged Edition of the New Carpenter's Guide, being a Complete Book of Lines, for Carpenters, Joiners and Workmen in General on Matters Entirely New, founded on Geometrical Principles - c. 1825, with numerous plates, half calf £40-60
767.    KIRKLAND - The Modern Baker, Confectioner and Caterer - four vols tog. w. a quantity of other books relating to cookery £25-30
768.    COLE, Martin & CROSS, M. I - Modern Microscopy - 1895, second edition tog. w. SHIPLEY, Sir Arthur - Hunting the Microscope; BARNARD, J. E WELCH, F- Pratical Photo-Micrography - 1936, third edition and fourteen other books all relating to microscopes (17)
769.    Collection of books relating to science, music etc £30-50
770.    RAFFALD, Elizabeth - The Experienced Englifh Houfekeeper, for the Use and Ease of Ladies, Houfekeepers, Cooks, written purely from Practice and dedicated to the Hon. Elizabeth Warburton - 1786, fourth edition, with fold out plates £50-100
771.    Beetons Dictionary of Geography, a Universal Gazetteer - full calf, with numerous maps and engravings tog. w. The Thames and its Story, from the Cotswolds to the Nore - 1906; A Glossary of Terms, Used in Grecian, Roman, Italian and Gothic Architecture - two vols, 1845, fourth enlarged edition; THOMSON, James - The Seasons, containing Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter - 1780; McGREGOR-ROBERTSON, J. The Household Physician - 1904, second edition and World of Adventure - three vols, 1891 (9) £30-50
772.    CARPENTER, William B - The Microscope and its Revelations - 1875, fifth edition, with twenty-five plates [as called for] £25-30
773.    MILLAR, George - The New, Complete, Authentic and Universal System of Geography being a complete modern History and Description of the Whole World tog. w. TURNER, Rev - A New and Easy Introduction to Universal Geography - 1800, ninth edition, with maps and illustrations, both full calf (2) £30-50
774.    BRANDE, William Thomas - A Manual of Chemistry - two vols, 1836, half calf, ex library £30-50
775.    GUTHRIE, William - A New System of Modern Geography - 1795, sixth edition, lacking maps £25-30
776.    Seven bound volumes of, Striker, to include the following individual issues of the comic; Nos. 1 to 15, January to April, 1970; Nos. 16 to 30, April to August 1970; Nos 31 to 45, August to November, 1970; No 46 to 60, November 1970 to February 1971; Nos 71 to 75, March to June, 1971; Nos. 76 to 90, June to September 197 and Nos. 91 to 105, October 1971 to January 1972 - all uniformly bound in blue cloth (7) £30-50
777.    PARKER, Eric - Elements on Shooting tog. w. CLAPHAM, Richard - Rough Shooting; HAWKER, Lt. Col - Instructions to Young Sportsmen in all that Relates to Guns and Shooting - tog. w. twenty-five other books on shooting (28) £30-50
778.    The Lonsdale Library of Sports, Games and Pastimes tog. w. a company catalogue for Elderkin & Son (Gunmakers) Ltd, Spalding, Lincolnshire and twenty-five other books on shooting (27) £30-40
779.    Forty-one Wisden Cricketers Almanacks, from 1973 to 2013, all hardbacks and with dust-wrappers £40-60
780.    HAWKER, Lt. Col P - Instructions to Sportsmen in all that relates to Guns and Shooting - 1854, tenth edition, full calf with gilt tooling, with numerous plates and woodcuts tog. w. WOOD, Rev. J. G - The Illustrated Natural History, Class Mammmalia - undated, half calf; HOLDER, Charles F - The Game Fishes of the World - undated. Hodder & Stoughton, with numerous plates and STEPHENS, James Francis - Illustrations of British Entomology; or, a Synopsis of Ingineous Insects - Vol IV only, 1834, Baldwin and Craddock, and lacking plates (4) £25-30
781.    EDWARDS, Lionel - Horses and Ponies tog. w. two other books by the illustrator - Horse Sense and Sensibility - 1927, second edition; Hunting Songs - 1925 [all three with their plates as called for] and a quantity of other books relating to horses £30-40
782.    LEECH, John (Illustrator) - Handley Cross; or, Mr Jorrock's Hunt tog. w. Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour; Mr. Romford's Hounds and Plain or Ringlets - Bradbury, Agnew & Co, half calf, with six raised bands to the spine and gilt tooling (3) £30-50
783.    LEECH, John (illustrator) - Mr Sponge's Sporting Tour, and another copy tog. w. Plain or Ringlets, and another copy; Mr Romford's Hounds; Ask Mamma or The Richest Commoner in England - Bradbury, Agnew & Co, all cloth bound and with numerous coloured illustrations (6) £40-60
784.    THE BADMINTON LIBRARY - seven volumes to include; Hunting - 1889 - fifth edition and another, 1891 - sixth edition; Golf - 1890, second edition; Shooting, Moor and Marsh- 1886, first edition - all four cloth bound, and Hunting - 1894, seventh edition revised; Shooting, Field and Convert - 1886, first edition and Shooting, Moor and Marsh - 1886, second edition - all three half calf (7) £30-50
785.    MORTIMER BATTEN, H - Habits and Characters of British Wild Animals - 1920, with illustrations by Walter Reynolds tog. w. a quantity of books on various subjects to include botany, natural history etc £25-30
786.    STANDING, Percy Cross - Cricket of Today and Yesterday - two vols, subscription illustrated edition tog. w. a quantity of, Athletic News Cricket Annual's, for the years, 1921 to 1938, with a duplication for 1930 (21) £30-40
787.    CRICKET - a quantity of books to include; KILBURN, J. M - Yorkshire - 1950; THOMSON, A. A - The Great Cricketer - 1957; RATJITSINHJI, Prince - The Jubilee Book of Cricket - 1897; WEST, Peter - The Fight for the Ashes, 1956; ROBERTS, E. L - Cricket in England, 1894-1939; HARRIS, Bruce - In Quest of the Ashes, 1950-1951; MARSHALL, John - Sussex Cricket, a history - 1959, tog. w. others £30-40
788.    CRICKET - a quantity of books to include; HAMMOND, Walter - Cricket my World and Cricketer's School; ARLOTT, John - The Australian Challenge and, From Hambledon to Lords, the Classics of Cricket; WARNER, P. F - The Book of Cricket; NOBLE, M. A - The Fight for the Ashes, 1928-1929; The Australian Cricketer Annual, 1930-1931, tog. w. other books to include Ashes interest etc £30-40
789.    Collection of books relating to cricket £30-40
790.    Collection of books relating to cricket £30-40
791.    Collection of books relating to cricket £30-40
792.    17th century Latin book titled, Fortunii Liceti ad fuos fex Libros de Reconditis Antiquorum Lucernis - 1648 £30-50
793.    Historie de Gil Blas de Santillane - 1836, French text tog. w. a collection of other 19th century and later leather bindings in French £30-50
794.    Three bound copies of, The Penny Magazine, for the years, 1836, 1838 and 1839 £30-50
795.    Collection of 19th century and later leather and cloth bindings on various subjects to include literature, history, natural history etc £30-50
796.    Collection of 19th century and later books £30-50
797.    The Vivien Greene Dolls' House Collection tog. w. eight other books relating to dolls (9) £25-30
798.    MORLEY, John - Oliver Cromwell - 1900 tog. w. three other books relating to Cromwell; six books of military interest; five books relating to horses and six books of ornithological interest (21) £25-30
799.    Collection of books on various subjects to include eight books on golf; BROD, Max - The Diaries of Franz Kafka - two vols; ZEITLIN, Ida - Gesser-Khan, a Legend of Tibet; two Joy Adamson, first editions, Forever Free and Living Free; EINSTEIN, Albert - The Evolution of Physics - 1938; PURCHAS, H. T - The English Church in New Zealand - 1914, with a letter written by the author and eleven other books (27) £25-30
800.    Collection of books relating to literature, history etc £30-50
801.    HOWARD, F. E and CROSSLEY, F. H - English Church Woodwork tog. w. a collection of books on various subjects to include religion, history, natural history, literature etc £30-40
802.    Collection of books relating to Primary Science, Science Knowledge, Educational Learning etc £25-30
803.    [SHIDYAQ, Faris] - Arabic and English Grammatical Exercises and Familiar Dialogues, Chiefly Intended for use of Students in the English Language - [c. 1840, Malta], half calf £30-50
804.    STANLEY, Sadie - The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians - twenty volumes £70-100
805.    Collection of motoring books to include; ROBSON - An Encyclopedia of European Sports and GT Cars 1945 to 1960; SENIOR - Malta Bus Album - 2004, RAMUSSEN - Porsches for the ROAD - 1981, and a quantity of others £30-50
806.    ROLLINS, Cyril & JOHN-WITTS, R - The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in Gilbert and Sullivan Operas, a record of productions 1875-1961 - Michael Joseph, March 1962 Second Impression tog. w. a quantity of music books to include interest Elgar, Verdi etc £25-30
807.    HAENEL, Eric & TSCHMARMANN, Heinrich - Das Einzel-Wohnhaus der Neuzeit - 1907, another by the same authors - Die Wohnung der Neuzeit - 1908, both with numerous illustrations and both German text tog. w. LACROIX, Louis - Les Derniers Grands Voiliers, Hiatorie des Long-Courriers Nantais de 1893 a 1931 - Paris, 1937, numerous illustrations, French text (3) £30-50
808.    Portfolio of Photograph's of World's Fair - The Werner Company, 1893, in ten individual parts tog. w. a small collection of other items of photography interest £25-40
809.    Collection of books on various subjects to include literature, history etc £25-30
810.    Collection of books on various subjects to include literature, history etc £25-30
811.    Collection of books on various subjects to include literature, history etc £25-30
812.    Collection of books on various subjects to include literature, history etc £25-30
813.    Collection of approximately eighty original dust-wrappers for various books for, J. M. Barrie's Peter and Wendy; Ian Fleming, You Only Live Twice and Her Majesty's service and many others, some first edition wrappers £100-150
814.    WHITE, T. H - The Sword in the Stone - 1938, first edition, dust-wrapper and a quantity of other books on various subjects to include literature, history, children's books etc £50-80
815.    Collection of twenty-one, A & C Black books, to include; The Children's Book of Stars; Gardens of England; Animal Autobiographies, The Dog; Stained Glass of the Middle Ages in England and Wales and sixteen other books (21) £25-30
816.    Collection of 19th century and later books on various subjects to include literature, history etc £30-40
817.    Collection of 19th century and later books on various subjects to include literature, history etc £30-40
818.    Collection of 19th century and later books on various subjects to include literature, history etc £30-40
819.    Collection of ten 18th century documents relating to Parliment £30-50
820.    The English Herd Book of Jersey Cattle - a collection of ninety-five volumes dating from 1881 £80-120
821.    Collection of forty-nine Observer books £25-30
822.    WILSON, John Marius - The Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales; embracing recent changes in Counties, Dioceses, Parishes and Boroughs; General Statistics; Postal Arrangements; Railway Stations etc and forming a complete Description of the Country - six vols, with maps, plans and plates tog. w. Moral Emblems with Aphorisms, Adages, and Proverbs of all Ages and Nations - 1865, third edition, all volumes with decorative gilt tooling to the boards and spines (7) £30-50
823.    MIXED LOT - a collection of books on various subjects to include History, Religion etc £25-35
824.    Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series - four vols covering the years, 1611-1618, 1619-1623, 1623-1625 and 1625-1626 tog. w. WHEELER, H. F. B & BROADLEY, A. M - Napoleon and the Invasion of England, the Story of the Great Terror - two vols; The War of the Rebellion: a compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies - 1889 and WATERS, Colonel - The War in South Africa - 1904, ex library (8) £40-60
825.    BECKWITH, Captain E - Selections from The Quill, a collection of Prose, Verse and Sketches by Officers Prisoner of War in Germany, 1940-1945 - a limited edition printing no. 579/1750 copies and signed by the author; DRAGE, Charles - Two-Gun Cohen - signed by the author; CHURCHILL, Peter - Of their Own Choice - signed by the author tog. w. five unsigned books to include; Souvenier of the Oxford Historical Pagent, 1907 £30-50
826.    SEGNERI, P - Manna Animae - [1699] £30-50
827.    Black's General Atlas of the World - 1895 £40-60
828.    'The Times' Atlas - 1896, with one hundred and seventy-three maps on one hundred and seventeen pages [as called for] £30-50
829.    BACON, G. W - Popular Atlas of the World - 1894, with fifty double page maps [as called for] tog. w. PHILIP, George - Philips' Student Atlas of Physical, Political and Classical Geography - with fifty-six coloured maps [as called for] £30-50
830.    Dr. Butler's Atlas of Modern Geography - twenty-six hand double page coloured maps, lacking map XVI and XVIII, and title page, with maps I and II and the boards, present but loose £25-45
831.    WEILAND, C. F - Hand Atlas der Ganzen Erde - a bound mid 19th century atlas with maps [as called for] £500-600
832.    MIDDLETON, J - A Celestial Atlas containing Maps of the Constellations Visible in Great Britain with Correspondence Black Maps of the Stars, Systematically Arranged for Communicating a Practical Knowledge of the Heavens - 1843, with five coloured maps and five black maps [all as called for], oblong folio £300-350
833.    Black's General Atlas of the World - 1873, revised edition, with fifty-six coloured maps [as called for] £30-50
834.    Lowry's Table Atlas, constructed and engraved from the most recent authorities - lacking two maps nos. 38 & 39 (Spain and Norway), but all others present £40-60
835.    Larousse International Atlas, folio, tog. w. The Times, War Atlas and Gazetter, with forty coloured maps [as called for] of the war areas and The Times, Gazetter and Atlas - 1920, with one hundred and twelve maps [as called for] (3) £25-30
836.    Cassell's British Atlas - a bound copy of maps relating to Britain and Ireland to include the copy of the Thames, eleven maps of London, the six maps of the suburbs, the eight environs and a double page map of the Landmarks of London £500-1000
837.    GAGE, W. L - Modern Historical Atlas for the use of Colleges, Schools and General Readers - undated, D. Appleton and Co, with fifteen coloured maps on card showing; The Roman Empire in the Augustan Age, AD I; £25-40
838.    CORNWELL, James - A School Atlas - Simpkin, Marshall & Co, with twenty-nine coloured maps and a un-coloured map of the Solar System £25-35
839.    BACON, George W - New Large Scale Atlas of the British Isles from the Ordnance Survey with Plans of Towns, Copious Letterpress Descriptions Alphabetical Indexes and Tables of Population - [c.1881], disbound with eighty-seven maps, the majority double page £40-60
840.    JOHNSTON, Alexander Keith - Atlas of Alison's History of Europe - 1855, William Blackwood & Sons, with one hundred and four maps, oblong folio, re-bound £30-50
841.    The World Wide Atlas of Modern Georgraphy - 1899, fourth edition, W & A.K. Johnston £25-30
842.    STATEN, H - Amsterdam 1606, a framed map of eight sections, each with fold lines, showing the river with boats and the city in the background - 23cm x 134cm £30-50
843.    Collection of seven linen backed and folded maps, published by Letts, Son, & Co, to include; Wiltshire South, 35cm x 83cm; Hampshire South, 64cm x 82cm; Kent, 65cm x 94cm; Hertford and Essex, 65cm x 95cm; Somerset South West and Devon East, 94cm x 65cm; Dartmoor, 64.5cm x 95cm and Somerset South East and Devon North West, 65cm x 94xm tog. w. Sussex West (8) £50-80
844.    CARY, J - A Map of Somersetshire from the beft Authorities, with References to the Hundreds - coloured, framed, 42xm x 54cm £25-30
845.    Ordnance Survey Map showing the part counties of Berkshire, Hampshire and Wiltshire - [1817, first edition], 124cm x 57cm, linen backed, folded £30-40
846.    Coloured map of India, Burmah and the Adjacent Parts of Belchistan, Afghanistan, Turkestan, The Chinese Empire and Siam - 83cm x 76cm, [1890], Edward Stanford, linen backed, coloured £30-50
847.    A Map of the Country between Russia and Constaniople embracing the Present Seat of War between the Russians and the Turks - James Wyld, hand-coloured, linen backed, folded, 83cm x 52cm £40-60
848.    Provisional Geological Map of Southern Rhodesia - 1936, revised edition, coloured, linen backed, folded, 75cm x 87cm £25-30
849.    Road Map (Southern Section) of the Gold Coast - 1954, 13th edition, coloured, linen-backed, 81cm x 106cm tog. w. Geological Map of the Gold Coast and Togoland under British Mandate- 1936, 5th edition, 81cm x 57cm(2) £25-30
850.    MORDEN, Robert - Somersetshire - coloured, framed, 36cm x 42cm £40-60
851.    Chambers Encyclopaedia - ten vols, with numerous fold out maps within each volume £25-30
852.    Four linen-backed Edward Stanford maps covering Marlborough, Highclere, Haslemere and Newbury, each 50cm x 34cm, folded (4) £30-35
853.    Collection of twenty-three, early 20th century, linen backed ordnance survey maps £50-80
854.    Lasham's Road Map of the Environs of Guildford and Godalming tog. w. Philips' Cyclists Map for the County of Sussex, and another for the County of Buckingham; a Batholomew Tourists and Cyclists Map for South Devon; a Bacon's Cycling and Motoring Map of York District; a Bacon's Cycling Road Map for 50 miles around Bath and four others (10) £30-35
855.    BULLOCK, L. G - Historical Map of Scotland - John Bartholomew and fourteen other maps to include; Ordnance Survey Tourist Map of The Peak District and two others for Chichester and The Middle Thames tog. w. the Ramblers' Guide to Ilfracombe (16) £30-35
856.    Collection of modern Bartholomew and Geological Survey of Great Britain Maps tog. w. some foreign maps £30-40
857.    ROQUE, John - a reproduction map of, The City of Exeter, 1744, 81cm x 121cm, framed £40-60
858.    Collection of Ordnance Survey maps of local interest £25-30