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    Literature

  1. Ainslie, D. Mirage Poems. Elkin Mathews, London, 1911. 1st Ed, 17.0 x 11.0 cms., Condition: Good. Pp. xvi, 161, (2), (5) publisher's ads. Inscribed by the author to Henry Simpson and dated May 1917. Slight foxing on foredge, slight darkening of end papers. £8.00 (Ref: 93000)

  2. Alexander, F. (translator), Ruskin, J. (editor) Roadside Songs of Tuscany. George Allen, London, 1885. First Thus, 30.0 x 22.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 340. 20 tissue-guarded illustrations by Francesca Alexander mounted on card. Text in both Italian and English. A splendid 1/2 vellum binding with gilt decoration to spine and morocco label, top edge gilt. Vellum presentation label with gilt lettering on front pastedown. A little light foxing but an excellent copy. £150.00 (Ref: 93100)

  3. Auden, W.H. Poems. Faber, London, 1930. 1st Ed, 21.00 x 16.00cms, Condition: Fair. Pp. 79. Bound in original paper wrappers which are rather darkened and torn with some loss. Text marked in pencil with annotations. The author's first book published by a recognised publisher. £40.00 (Ref: 93002)

  4. Auden, W.H. and Others. Public School Verse an Anthology, Volume Iv 1923-1924. Heinemann, London, 1924. 1st Ed, 19.00 x 12.0cms, Condition: Good. Pp.viii, 38. Includes first publication of W.H.Auden's poem "Woods in Rain". His name is misspelt as W.H.Arden. Also includes two poems by R.W. Ketton-Cremer. Original binding of cloth spine with paper label and paper-covered boards. Binding very slightly marked but generally a clean copy. £70.00 (Ref: 93001)

  5. Austen, J. Love & Friendship and Other Early Works. Chatto & Windus, London, 1922. Limited, 21.5 x 13.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited de luxe ed. 73/260. Pp. xv, 142, Original cloth with leather label to spine and gilt lettering, top edge gilt. Pictorial end papers. Spine slightly faded. £20.00 (Ref: 93337)

  6. Bates, H.E. The Story Without End and the Country Doctor. White Owl Press, London, 1932. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 14.0cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 51. Original binding of cloth spine with paper-covered boards. Extremities slightly rubbed, sporadic foxing. £25.00 (Ref: 93003)

  7. Bates, H.E. The World in Ripeness. Michael Joseph, London, 1972. 1st Ed, 23.0 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 132. Original binding with very slight wear to dust wrapper, the third and scarcest volume of the author's autobiography. £15.00 (Ref: 93004)

  8. Bell, C. Roger Fry: Anecdotes for the Use of a Future Biographer. Cecil Woolf, London, 1997. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1897967756 21.0 x 14.5 cms., Condition: Very Good. Pp. 31. Paperback. Frontis portraits, cover design by Robert Campling. £18.00 (Ref: 93005)

  9. Bennett, Alan History Boys. Faber, London, 2005. 2nd Imp., ISBN: 0571224725 19.5 x 12.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. xvii, (7), 109. £7.50 (Ref: 93007)

  10. Betjeman, J. Continual Dew. a Little Book of Bourgeois Verse. John Murray, London, 1937. 1st Ed, 20.5 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. (10),45. Original decorative cloth binding, all edges gilt, bookplate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown. Dust wrapper soiled and frayed with slight loss, some repairs to dust wrapper with sellotape. £50.00 (Ref: 93006)

  11. Birrell, F. & Lucas, F.L. The Art of Dying an Anthology. Hogarth Press, London, 1930. 1st Ed, 18.5 x 12.cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 96. Original cloth binding slightly grubby, sporadic foxing. [Woolmer 218] £9.00 (Ref: 93008)

  12. Blake, W. The Poems. Pickering and Chatto, London, 1887. New Edition, 17.0 x 10.0 cms., Condition: Good. Pp. xx, 166, 16 publisher's ads. Original cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Extremities slightly rubbed but generally a tidy copy. [Bentley 292]. £50.00 (Ref: 93009)

  13. Blunt, W.F. and Blunt, Lady Anne The Celebrated Romance of the Stealing of the Mare. Reeves and Turner, London, 1892. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. xii, 128. Translated from the original arabic by Lady Anne Blunt and done into verse by Wilfrid Scawen Blunt. Original red buckram with gilt lettering to spine and upper board. Binding faded and extremities slightly rubbed, sporadic foxing. Bookplate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown and inscribed to him by "Wentworth" (probably lady Anee Blunt's daughter Judith) on 1/2 title. £60.00 (Ref: 93010)

  14. Boas, F.S. Songs of Ulster and Balliol. Constable & Co., London, 1917. 1st Ed, 20.0 x 14.5 Cms., Condition: Fair. Pp.42. Inscribed by the author to Henry Simpson and dated "New Year 1940", with one page ms letter from the author to Simpson affixed to front fixed end paper. Original thick card binding, rather darkened and spine torn with some loss. £18.00 (Ref: 93011)

  15. Boswell, J. Boswell in Search of a Wife. Heinemann, London, 1957. 1st Ed, Private Press, 25.0 x 16.5 Cms, Condition: Fine. Pp. xxxi, 425, illustrated and with maps. De luxe ed. 37/400. Vellum spine with leather label and gilt lettering, gilt stamped coat of arms on upper board, top edge gilt, pages unopened. Slipcase worn and crudely repaired. £60.00 (Ref: 93098)

  16. Bryher The Fourteenth of October. Collins, London, 1954. 1st Ed, 19.5 x 12.5 Cms, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 221. Original cloth. Some foxing and discolouration of paper, minor chips and darkening to dust wrapper. £15.00 (Ref: 93013)

  17. Bryher Roman Wall. Collins, London, 1955. 1st Ed, 19.5 x 12.5 Cms, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 192. Original cloth. Some foxing and discolouration of paper, minor chips and darkening to dust wrapper. £15.00 (Ref: 93012)

  18. Buchan, J. A Lodge in the Wilderness. Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1905. 1st Ed, 19.5 x 13.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp.(8), 378. Rebound, not recently, in 1/2 calf with marbled paper-covered boards, gilt lettering and decoration to spine. Spine faded, occasional foxing, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, free end papers darkened. Without the publisher's ads at rear, but including 1/2 title. £250.00 (Ref: 93086)

  19. Bull, A.J. Chromatic Airs. Chorley Guardian, Chorley, 1948. 1st Ed, 18.5 x 12.0cms, Condition: Good. Pp.80. Original paper covers slightly faded and creased. Inscribed by the author on v. of titlepage and with it brief, signed, typed letter from the author to Prof. Tillotson. £12.00 (Ref: 93014)

  20. Callender, J.T. Deformities of Dr Samuel Johnson. Selected From His Works. Printed for the Author and Sold By J. Stockdale, London, 1782. 2nd Ed., 19.5 x 11.5 Cms., Condition: Good. Pp. (i) - (x), 11- 89. 20th century binding of 1/2 calf with marbled paper-covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. Extremities slightly rubbed. Published anonymously but now attributed to James Thomson Callender. £350.00 (Ref: 93015)

  21. Clarke, A.K. Poems. Blackwell, Oxford, 1922. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 72. Original cloth spine with paper label, paper-covered boards, very slight wear to extremities. many pages un-opened, £15.00 (Ref: 93017)

  22. Colum, P. Images of Departure. Dolmen Press, Dublin, 1969. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 35. Original cloth binding very slightly faded, dust wrapper darkened and frayed, end papers darkened. £12.00 (Ref: 93018)

  23. Colvin, C. (Editor) Maria Edgeworth Letters From England 1813-1844. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1971. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 13.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xlii, 649. Illustrated. Dust wrapper slightly worn and price-clipped. £18.00 (Ref: 93024)

  24. Compton-Burnett, I. Novels. Gollancz, London, 1972. Collector's Edition, ISBN: 0575007737 21.0 x 13.5 cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. 19 volumes, all the author's novels except Dolores which she was unwilling to have republished. Limited ed. 155/500. Bound in original publisher's cloth with silk book marks, slight wear to some dust wrappers and a little fading to dust wrapper spines but an excellent set. £300.00 (Ref: 93023)

  25. Cooke, Alistair Six Men. Random House Inc, Westminster, Maryland, U.S.A., 1977. Limited, ISBN: 0394484347 23.5 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. of 400, this one out of series copy and signed by the author. Pp. (14), 205 (6). Bound in 1/4 blue morocco with gilt lettering, cloth covered boards. Slipcase. Bookplate stating ""from Library of Alastair Cooke....Sotherans" on front pastedown. £20.00 (Ref: 93212)

  26. Daniel, George. Democritus in London With the Mad Pranks and Comical Conceits of Motley and Robin Goodfellow. William Pickering, London, 1852. 1st Ed, 17.0 x 10.0 cms., Condition: Good. Pp. (6), 312. Original cloth with paper label to spine. Extremities slightly rubbed, label partly lost, slight fading and soiling of cloth, owner's name stamp on front free end paper, some light sporadic foxing. Published anonymously, the work was by George Daniel £35.00 (Ref: 93020)

  27. Deakin, R. Notes From Walnut Tree Farm. Hamish Hamilton, London, 2008. 1st Ed, ISBN: 9780241144206 23.5 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. (x), 310. Hardback but no dust wrapper as issued. Very slight wear to extremities but an excellent copy of the 1st issue of the 1st ed. £30.00 (Ref: 93033)

  28. Doughty, O. (editor) The Letters of Dante Gabriel Rossetti to His Publisher, F.S,Ellis. Scholartis Press, London, 1928. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 17.0 Cms, Condition: Good. PP. xlviiiI, 150. Limited ed. 48/560. Original buckram, rather faded and soiled, top edge gilt. Occasional foxing. £25.00 (Ref: 93055)

  29. Drummond, W.H. The Voyageur and Other Poems. Putnams, New York and London, 1905. Reprint, 20.0 x 13.5 Cms., Condition: Fair. Pp. ix, 142, 16 fullpage tissue-guarded illustrations by F.S.Coburn, with additional head and tailpieces. Original binding of leather spine and paper-covered boards, gilt lettering to spine and gilt decoration to upper board, top edge gilt. Binding rather damaged with fore lower corner of upper board broken off, some rubbing of other corners. Inscribed by the author on front free end paper and dated May 1906. £10.00 (Ref: 93021)

  30. Dryden, J. Fables Ancient and Modern; Translated Into Verse From Homer, Ovid, Boccace, & Chaucer: With Original Poems. Jacob Tonson, London, 1st Ed, 32.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. (42), 646. Rebound but not recently in 1/2 calf with cloth covered boards. Spine elaborately blindstamped and with label. Error in pagination, pages 272-359 are omitted, table of contents (p. numbered 565) should appear after p.numbered 646 but in this copy is bound with the prelims. Extremities rubbed, small repair to corner of table of contents, some finger soiling and discolouration of paper, occasional small tears without loss. £300.00 (Ref: 93099)

  31. Duryee, M.B. Words Alone Are Certain Good Wiiliam Butler Yeats: Himself. the Poet. His Ghost. Dolmen Press, Dublin, 1961. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 45. Limited edition of 500 copies, printed in red and black. Original binding of cloth spine and paper-covered boards. £12.00 (Ref: 93022)

  32. Faas, E. and Hughes, T. Ted Hughes: the Unaccommodated Universe. Black Sparrow Press, Santa Barbara, 1980. Limited, 23.0 x 14.0 Cms, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 135/294, signed by Ted Hughes and Ekbert Faas. Cloth spine and paper-covered boards, paper label to spine. £20.00 (Ref: 93191)

  33. Fenton, J. Terminal Moraine. Martin Secker & Warburg, London, 1972. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 63, 1st hardback edition. Dust wrapper ringmarked and grubby with small tear to head of dust wrapper spine without loss. £50.00 (Ref: 93026)

  34. Gates, Barrington. Poems. Hogarth Press, London, 1925. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 112. Original marbled paper-covered boards with paper label on upper board. very slight wear to extremities, light foxing on end papers. An excellent example of an early and scarce Hogarth Press production. The author went on to become a fellow of the Royal Society. [Woolmer 62]. £200.00 (Ref: 93027)

  35. Goldsmith, Oliver. The Rising Village and Other Poems. John M'Millan, St John, New Brunswick, 1834. 1st Ed, 13.5 x 8.5cm, Condition: Fair. 1st Canadian edition. pp. (8), (vii)-x, (2), (13)-144. Original textured cloth binding, all edges gilt. Spine very worn with major loss, slight damp staining at some edges, stitching becoming loose. The author was the great-nephew of the English Oliver Goldsmith and this book is probably one the earliest Canadian publications of verse by a native born Canadian. Inscribed on first blank "F.S.Carpenter from the author 29 sept 1844." A worn copy but scarce. Canada £250.00 (Ref: 93028)

  36. Graves, R. Mammon and the Black Goddess. Cassell, London, 1965. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms., Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. (8), 165. Some sporadic foxing, dust wrapper creased and slightly soiled and frayed. £18.00 (Ref: 93085)

  37. Hamilton, G.R. The Carved Stone. Heinemann, 1952. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 11.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. x, 103. Dust wrapper slightly grubby and chipped. Inscribed by the author to Geoffrey Tillotson and with ms letter from him to Tillotson, ms poem by Tillotson sent to the author, post card with 4 line verse by the author to Tillotson. And draft of Tillotson's verse written on front free end paper. Please ask for further details of content. £50.00 (Ref: 93032)

  38. Heath-Stubbs, J. Beauty and the Beast. Routledge, London, 1945. 1st Ed, 18.5 x 12.5cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 48. Dust wrapper grubby and slightly frayed. £15.00 (Ref: 93029)

  39. Hewitt, R. (editor) Greene's Groatsworth of Wit, Bought With a Million of Repentance. Blackwells, Oxford, 1919. New Edition, 15.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 262/500. Pp. 84. Printed in red and black, cloth spine with patterned paper-covered boards, printed label on upper board and spine. Spine label slightly damaged, spine slightly skewed. Fourth of the Sheldonian Series. £50.00 (Ref: 93030)

  40. Hewitt, R. (editor) Songs and Sayings of Walther Von Der Vogelweide, Minnesaenger. Blackwells, Oxford, 1918. New Edition, 15.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Limited edition of 500 copies. Pp. 54. Printed in red and black, cloth spine with patterned paper-covered boards, printed label on upper board and spine. Spine label slightly damaged. spine darkened. First of the Sheldonian Series. "Englished by Frank Betts". £25.00 (Ref: 93031)

  41. Ingram, H.S. Fire and Water an Anthology By Members of the N.F.S.. Lindsasy Drummond, London, 1942. 1st Ed, 21.0 x 13.0 cms., Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp.219. Illustrated by Leonard Rosoman, Paul Dessau and Stanley Froude. Dust wrapper frayed and slightly darkened. Contributors include Stephen Spender and Henry Reed. £12.00 (Ref: 93034)

  42. Kinsella, T. Nightwalker and Other Poems. Dolmen Press, Dublin, 1968. 1st Ed, 25.0 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: 86. D/w: Poor. 1st hard back edition. Pp. 86. Boards slight worn on lower edge, dust wrapper frayed and rather soiled. £15.00 (Ref: 93097)

  43. Krishnamurti, G. (editor). The Chameleon. Eighteen Nineties Society, London, 1978. Facsimile, Private Press, 26.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 201/750. Pp. (2), 60. Includes essay by Wilde and poem by Alfred Douglas. Without the introductory pamphlet by Timothy d'Arch Smith. Pages unopened, but covers very slightly frayed. £20.00 (Ref: 93288)

  44. Ledwidge, Francis. Last Songs.. Herbert Jenkins, London, 1918. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 80. Intro. by Lord Dunsany. Original cloth binding. Slight wear to extremities but a clean tight copy. £75.00 (Ref: 93035)

  45. Leslie, S. The Oppidan. Chatto & Windus, London, 1922. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 11.5 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. xvi, 365. Original cloth binding, very slightly worn at extremiites, lacks front free end paper, slight occasional foxing, some darkening of rear free end paper. £10.00 (Ref: 93036)

  46. Lysacht, S. The Clare Island Survey. Gallery Press, Oldcastle, Ireland, 1991. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1852350636 21.5 x 13.5 Cms., Condition: Very Good. 1st paperback edition published contemporaneously with the hard back. Pp. 45. £12.00 (Ref: 93037)

  47. Machen, A. The Canning Wonder. Chatto & Windus, London, 1925. 1st Ed, 21.0 x 13.0 cms., Condition: Good. Pp. xii, 250. Frontispiece and other illustrations, original cloth binding with spine and part of boards faded, sporadic foxing. Book plate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown £10.00 (Ref: 93039)

  48. Machen, A. Hieroglyphics a Note Upon Ecstasy in Literature. Martin Secker, London, 1912. New Edition, 16.5 x 10.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 202. Original cloth with paper label to spine. Lacking front free end paper, spine label darkened, very slight wear to extremities. £15.00 (Ref: 93038)

  49. Maugham, W. Somerset. The Book-Bag. G. Orioli, Florence, 1932. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 15.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 109. Limited ed. 83/725, signed by the author under his portrait frontis. Original binding of cloth spine and paper-covered boards. Spine darkened, boards faded, extremities slightly rubbed. £100.00 (Ref: 93040)

  50. McNeillie, A. (editor). The Essays of Virginia Woolf Volumes 1 to 3. Hogarth Press, London, 1995. 2nd Imp., 22.5 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. 3 vols. Vol 1, xxx, 411. Vol 2, xxx, 551. Vol 3, xxvi, 381. 6 volumes were published in all of which these are the first three. £120.00 (Ref: 93093)

  51. Melville, H. Journal Up the Straits. Colophon, New York, 1945. 1st Ed, 23.0 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. xxxii, 184. Portrait frontis, 2pp facsimile. Original binding of marbled cloth with leather giltstamped label to spine. Slight offsetting from frontis, extremities slightly rubbed £20.00 (Ref: 93041)

  52. Moberly, A, and Jourdain, E. An Adventure. Macmillan, London, 1911. 1st Ed, 20.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. vi, 162. Original cloth with gilt lettering to spine and gilt design to upper board. owner's details on front free end paper, cloth faded and slightly marked, extremities slightly rubbed. In this, the 1st ed, authorship is given as Elizabeth Morison and Frances Lamont. £50.00 (Ref: 93042)

  53. Murdoch, I. Joanna Joanna. Colophon Press, London, 1994. Advance Reading Copy, 29.5 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp.96. Type written with sealed plastic spine binding and stiff transparent upper cover. Clearly headed 'Advance Reading Copy' with embargo review date £25.00 (Ref: 93292)

  54. Murdoch, I. The One Alone. Colophon Press, London, 1995. Advance Reading Copy, 29.5 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp.28. Type written with sealed plastic spine binding and stiff transparent upper cover. Clearly headed 'Advance Reading Copy' with embargo review date £25.00 (Ref: 93291)

  55. Murray, J. VII (editor). Variations on Number Fifty. John Murray, London, 1964. Limited, Private Press, 19.0 x 11.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. of unspecified number. Pp. 24.Illustrations by Osbert Lancaster. Inscribed by John Murray 'Kenneth With best wishes for Christmas '64 & hoping that this do it yourself slim volume will find a place on your shelves John". Original cloth spine with black lettering, paper-covered boards. Glassine dust-wrapper creased. £18.00 (Ref: 93307)

  56. Neruda, P. Let the Rail Splitter Awake. Collet's Holdings, London, 1950. 1st UK Ed., 20.0 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Good. Pp. 95. Original paper covers faded and rubbed, contents clean. £8.00 (Ref: 93043)

  57. Nicolson, Nigel (editor). The Letters of Virginia Woolf : Volume 1 (1888-1912). Hogarth Press, London, 1975. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0701204036 23.0 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xxiv, 531, illustrated. Dustwrapper slightly discoloured and now in protective sleeve. £15.00 (Ref: 93092)

  58. Oakes, P. Unlucky Jonah. School of Art of University of Reading, Reading, 1954. 1st Ed, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 144/150. Pp. 38. Original wraps patchily slightly darkened. £12.00 (Ref: 93448)

  59. Osborne, J. (editor). Bete Noire 2/3. Imprint Hull, Hull, 1987. 1st Ed, 29.0 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 262, Portrait illustration of Basil Bunting. Original wraps. Contributors include Basil Bunting, Alasdair Gray and Angela Carter. Slight signs of wear. £15.00 (Ref: 93101)

  60. Pitter, R. A Mad Lady's Garland. Cresset Press, London, 1934. 1st Ed, 20.0 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. viii, 76. Inscribed by the author on the 1/2 title. Original cloth binding, bookplate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown. Top edges dusty, extremities slightly rubbed, dust wrapper darkened and torn with some loss, intermittent foxing of text. £20.00 (Ref: 93045)

  61. Pitter, R. The Rude Potato. Cresset Press, London, 1941. 1st Ed, 18.5 X12.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. (8), 56. Illustrated with line drawings by Roger Furze, signed by the author on 1/2 title, bookplate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown. Cloth a little grubby and intermittent foxing of text. £10.00 (Ref: 93044)

  62. Plath, S. The Colossus. Faber, London, 1968. Reprint, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms., Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 88. This copy is the 1st reprint of the 2nd ed. authorised by Ted Hughes in 1967. Small snag near head of spine, dust wrapper foxed and torn with slight loss. £30.00 (Ref: 93046)

  63. Powell, A, John Aubrey and His Friends. Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1948. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 335. Frontis, illustrations and folding pedigree. Owner's details on front pastedown, dust wrapper darkened and slightly rubbed. £50.00 (Ref: 93047)

  64. Powys, T.F. Mark Only. Chatto & Windus, London, 1924. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 12. Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. (4), 268, (4) publisher's ads. Inscribed by the author "Written during the Summer and Autumn of 1922. Theodore Francis Powys Christmas 1928". Bookplate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown. Slight darkening on end papers, slight darkening on 1/2 title and blank opposite which newspaper cutting of author's obituary has caused, small paper fault on edge of one leaf, dust wrapper has small fray at head of spine. £100.00 (Ref: 93048)

  65. Priestley, J.B. Johnson Over Jordan the Paly and All About It (An Essay). Heinemann, 1939. 1st Ed, 22.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. viii, 144. Original cloth. Spine slightly skewed. Clare Blunden's copy and signed by her. With it Saville Theatre programme for the play (1937), starring Ralph Richardson, Edna Best and Richard Ainley. Also with it programme fo Hamlet at the Old Vic (1938-9 season) starring Alec Guiness as Hamlet. also with it photographic post card of Alec Guinness with 10 line ms verse on blank side signed and dated October 31st 1938 by Clare Blunden. A little other ephemera. £15.00 (Ref: 93049)

  66. Rathbone, J. Diamonds Bid. Michael Joseph, London, 1967. 1st Ed, 19.5 x 13.0 Cms., Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 191. Spine slightly skewed, dust wrapper frayed and slightly soiled now in protective sleeve. Inscribed by the author on front free end paper. £20.00 (Ref: 93050)

  67. Reed, H. Hilda Tablet and Other. Fours Pieces for Radio. BBC, London, 1971. 1st Ed, 24.0 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 204. Dust wrapper slightly curled at edges and faded, slight musty smell. £15.00 (Ref: 93051)

  68. Roberts, S.C. Distinguished Visitors. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1937. 1st Ed, 18.5 X12.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 22. Limited ed. of 200 copies, Published anonymously under the initials S.C.R. Originally printed as two articles in the Cambridge Review . Original card covers. Some darkening of covers and some foxing. Two charming parodies of P.G.Wodehouse. £25.00 (Ref: 93052)

  69. Robertson, R. A Painted Field. Picador, London, 2004. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0330350595 19.5 13.0cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. (10), 93. Card covers very slightly worn. Signed and dated by the author on the titlepage. £50.00 (Ref: 93053)

  70. Rolfe, F. (Baron Corvo) Without Prejudice: One Hundred Letters From Frederick William Rolfe, Baron Corvo, to John Lane. John Lane, London, 1963. Limited, Private Press, 24.5 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 600 copies. Pp. 120. Illustrated, hand made paper, book designed by Hans Schmoller. Original paper-covered boards. Corners bumped, spine slightly rubbed. £50.00 (Ref: 93278)

  71. Rossetti, W.M. (editor) Ruskin: Rossetti: Preraphaelitism, Papers1854 to 1862. George Allen, London, 1899. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. xxii, 327. Illustrated. Original binding of decorative cloth, top edge gilt. Binding clean and bright, some pages ragged where hurriedly cut. £18.00 (Ref: 93054)

  72. Russell, B. In Praise of Idleness. George Allen & Unwin, London, 1935. 1st Ed, 18.5 x 12.0cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 232. Original cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Bookplate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown. top edge dusty, intermittent foxing of text. £18.00 (Ref: 93056)

  73. Russell, B. Our Knowledge of the External World as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy. Open Court Publishing, Chicago and London, 1914. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 13.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. (10), 245, 16 publisher's ads. Original cloth with lettering to spine. Bookplate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown. Boards bowed, binding and paper discoloured, head of spine slightly frayed, inner hinges cracking. £25.00 (Ref: 93451)

  74. Rylands, G.H.W. Words and Poetry. Hogarth Press, London, 1928. 2nd Imp., 21.5 x 13.0 Cms., Condition: Good. Pp. xvi, 244. Original cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Spine slightly darkened, light wear to extremities, owner's details on front free end paper. [Woolmer 175 ]. £20.00 (Ref: 93058)

  75. Sassoon, S. Satirical Poems. Heinemann, London, 1926. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 12.5 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 64. Original cloth, gilt lettering to spine and upper board. Spine faded. £15.00 (Ref: 93061)

  76. Sassoon, S. Selected Poems. Heinemann, London, 1925. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 12.5 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. vii, 75. Original cloth, gilt lettering to spine and upper board. Spine faded, sporadic foxing. £10.00 (Ref: 93060)

  77. Sassoon, Siegfried Siegfried Sassoon Diaries, 1915-1918. Faber, London, 1983. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0571119972 21.5 x 13.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 288. Dust wrapper slightly creased. £22.00 (Ref: 93059)

  78. Shakespeare, W. Hamlet (The Letterpress Shakespeare). Folio Society, London, 2007. Limited, 34.5 x 25.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 1254/3750. 2 vols Fo. 129pp, 1/2 red morocco with marbled paper-covered boards, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. And 8vo, pp. x, 406, hard back cloth, edited by G.R.Hibbard. Both contained in solander case with morocco label. £150.00 (Ref: 93289)

  79. Simpson, H. The Golden Rose and Other Poems. Sach & Co, London, 1917. 1st Ed, 19.5 x14.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 80. Original binding of cloth spine with paper label, and paper-covered boards. Internally clean but externally a little grubby. Inscribed by the author "To my friend Alfred Perceval Graves, with infinite admiration of his wit, charm and cleverness Henry Simpson Xmas 1919". £20.00 (Ref: 93062)

  80. Simpson, H. The Golden Rose and Other Poems. Sach & Co, London, 1917. 1st Ed, 19.5 x14.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 80. Original binding of cloth spine with paper label, and paper-covered boards. Internally clean but externally a little grubby and with paper label scuffed with slight loss. Signed by the author. Some of the poems amended in pencil, as if for another edition. £10.00 (Ref: 93063)

  81. Sitwell, O. and Others Wheels 1917. Blackwells, Oxford, 1917. 1st Ed, 19.5 x 14.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 118, (2) publisher's ads. Original binding of cloth spine (spine label missing), and paper-covered boards designed by C.W.Beaumont. Extremities rubbed and discoloured. Contributors include the Sitwells and Aldous Huxley. £16.00 (Ref: 93064)

  82. Smedley, F. E. Gathered Leaves: Being a Collection of the Poetical Writings of the Late Frank E. Smedley. With a Memorial Preface By Edmund Yates. With Illustrations.. Virtue Brothers, London, 1865. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. xxiv, 120. (2), 32 publisher's ads. Original giltstamped pictorial cloth with spine relaid. Frontis portrait engraving, other text illustrations, printed within decorative borders. Spine slightly skewed, extremities slightly rubbed, occasional finger soiling. £30.00 (Ref: 93065)

  83. Snaith, S. April Morning. Hogarth Press, London, 1926. 1st Ed, 20.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Fair. Pp. 24. Original marbled paper covers present but detached and torn with some loss. A scarce early Hogarth Press publication. [Woolmer 109 who says "about 260 copies printed2] £30.00 (Ref: 93066)

  84. Stacpoole, H.de V. The North Sea and Other Poems. Hutchinson, London, 1934. 2nd Ed., 17.0 x 10.0 cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. viii, 81. Original binding of Japan vellum spine with gilt lettering and paper-covered boards, dust wrapper slightly grubby. Inscribed by the author "For Mr William Steel with kindest regards from the author July 12 /34." £10.00 (Ref: 93067)

  85. Stopes, Marie C. Love Songs for the Young Lovers. Heinemann, London, 1939. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms., Condition: Good. Pp. xii, 70. Original cloth. Spine and part of boards stained and darkened. Inscribed by the author "To Henry Simpson The Poet's President from the author, Marie C. Stopes 5 April 39 Published 24 Published 24 April 39." £25.00 (Ref: 93068)

  86. Thomas, E. George Borrow the Man and His Books. Chapman & Hall, London, 1912. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. xi, 333, viii. Illustrated. original decorative cloth. Spine slightly faded, extremities very slightly rubbed, sporadic foxing. bookplate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front pastedown. £30.00 (Ref: 93069)

  87. Thomas, E. The Icknield Way. Constable & Co., London, 1913. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. xv, 320. Colour plates, text illustrations and folding map. Original pictorial cloth, dust wrapper in two pieces but substantially present although with some loss and discolouration. Dust wrapper now in protective sleeve. Book plate on front free end paper, blind address stamp on front free end paper. £200.00 (Ref: 93070)

  88. Thornely, T. The Collected Verse of Thomas Thornely. W. Heffer & Co., Cambridge, 1939. New Edition, 18.5 x 11.5cms, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. x, 231. Original binding of cloth spine with paper-covered boards, paper label to spine. Dust wrapper slightly worn and grubby now in protective sleeve. Sydney Cockerell's copy with 2 page ms letter from the author to Cockerell and inscription "From the author Christmas 1940". £10.00 (Ref: 93071)

  89. Tolkien, J.R.R. and Others. Oxford Poetry 1914-1916. Blackwell, Oxford, 1917. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 10.5 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. viii, 190, (2) publisher's ads. Original binding of cloth spine and paper-covered boards. Lettering barely legible on spine, small section of cloth missing from corner at head of spine. Tolkien is represented by Goblin Feet, other writers of note are Dorothy L. Sayers, Aldous Huxley and Naomi Mitchison. £30.00 (Ref: 93077)

  90. Tolly, C. Janus-Man in Starry Night. Blackwell's, Oxford, 1st Ed, 19.0 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. viii, 101. Original cloth with gilt title to spine and upper board, dust wrapper slightly frayed and discoloured. Inscribed by the author "To Henry Simpson - the poet's friend - with greetings from the author 26/ Mar/ '49". £20.00 (Ref: 93072)

  91. Trevor-Roper, H. The Letters of Mercurius. Harvard University Press, 1970. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Published anonymously originally as a series of articles in the Spectator, the actual author was Hugh Trevor-Roper who became Lord Dacre. Pp. ix, 106. Dust wrapper and titlepage by Osbert Lancaster. Original cloth with gilt title, dust wrapper frayed at edges. Hugh Kearney's copy with his signature on front free end paper, with it two ms letters from the author, one brief the other 2 page and giving some insight into the infighting at Peterhouse. With it also some related news cuttings. £15.00 (Ref: 93073)

  92. Trewin, J.C. I Call My Name. Warren House Press, Southrepps, Norfolk, 1971. 1st Ed, 20.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 16.(unnumbered). Original paper covers. Inscribed on the upper cover "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, with love from Wendy and John" £6.00 (Ref: 93074)

  93. Trewin, J.C. Long Ago. Warren House Press, Southrepps, Norfolk, 1973. 1st Ed, 20.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp.(4), 12. Original paper covers. Inscribed on the inside front cover "Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, with Wendy and John's love". £6.00 (Ref: 93075)

  94. Turnley, Christopher Sharpness of Death. Heffers, Cambridge, 1939. 1st Ed, 18.5 X12.0cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. (6), 42. paper covers slightly faded. kathleen Tillotson's copy with her signature on front free end paper. With it 2 page ms letter from Elaine Weston to Kathleen Tillotson. Although written under the name of Christopher Turnley the work is actually an early work by Una Ellis-Fermor and the titlepage has been amended in Kathleen Tillotson's hand to this effect. This authorship is confirmed by the World Catalogue. £15.00 (Ref: 93025)

  95. Upward, E. In the Thirties. Heinemann, London, 1962. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. .Pp. (vi), 282. very slight signs of wear to dust wrapper. £10.00 (Ref: 93076)

  96. Various. Tribute to Walter De La Mare on His Seventy-Fifth Birthday. Faber, London, 1968. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 195. Frontis and dust wrapper colour litho by Barnett Freedman, other illustrations. Original cloth, tail of spine faded, dust wrapper frayed with some loss. A star-studded list of contributors including Graham Greene, T.S.Eliot and others. £200.00 (Ref: 93078)

  97. Various. The Yellow Book Volume 1. Elkin Mathews, London, 1894. 1st Ed, 20.0 x15.5 Cm, Condition: Fair. Pp. 272, 18, 15. Contributions by Henry James, Beerbohm and others, illustrated by Sickert, Beardsley and others. A well worn reading copy only. £20.00 (Ref: 93079)

  98. Various. The Yellow Book Volume 7. John Lane, London, 1895. 1st Ed, 20.0 x15.5 Cm, Condition: Fair. Pp. 319, 8, 16. A well worn reading copy only. £20.00 (Ref: 93080)

  99. Various. The Yellow Book Volume 8.. John Lane, London, 1896. 1st Ed, 20.0 x15.5 Cm, Condition: Fair. Pp. 406, 8, 16. Contributions by John Buchan, H.G.Wells and others, illustrated by Crawhall, James Guthrie and others. A well worn reading copy only. £20.00 (Ref: 93081)

  100. Verney, J. A Dinner of Herbs. Collins, London, 1966. 1st Ed, 21.0 x 13.0 cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 224. 6 photographic illustrations, 2 maps, text illustrations by the author. Dust wrapper slightly discoloured and creased. £10.00 (Ref: 93083)

  101. Verney, J. Ismo. Collins, London, 1964. 1st Ed, 20.0 x 13.0cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 256. Illustrated by the author. Owner's details on front free end paper, dust wrapper frayed and grubby. £25.00 (Ref: 93084)

  102. Verney, J. A John Verney Collection. Alastair Press, Bury St Edmunds, 1989. 1st Ed, ISBN: 187056751x 21.5 x 13.5 Cms., Condition: Good. 1st ed.in book form. Pp. 96. Original cloth, with charming illustrations by the author. Inscribed by the author on front free end paper. £6.00 (Ref: 93082)

  103. Visiak, E.H. The Haunted Island. Elkin Mathews, London, 1910. 1st Ed, 17.0 x 10.0 cms., Condition: Very Good. Pp. 194, (2) publisher's ads. Original maroon cloth with gilt lettering. Spine slightly rubbed, owner's details on front free end paper, occasional light foxing. Visiak was a pseudonym for Edward Harold Physick. £200.00 (Ref: 93087)

  104. Warner, R. The Wild Goose Chase. Boriswood, London, 1937. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 12.5 Cms., Condition: Good. Pp. 441. Original cloth. Spine and part boards faded and slightly marked. Inscribed by the author and dated 1/42. £15.00 (Ref: 93088)

  105. Wheeler, D. (Editor). Convivium the Journal of Good Eating Volume 1 Numbers 1 to 4. David Wheeler, Rhayader, 193. 1st Ed, 21.0 x14.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. 4 numbers, original paperback binding, approx 125 pages in each number, illustrated. £12.00 (Ref: 93089)

  106. Wilde, O. Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde. Fourth Estate, London, 2001. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1857027817 24.0 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xxvi, 1270. Illustrated. Dust wrapper slightly frayed. £40.00 (Ref: 93090)

  107. Woolf, V. Flush a Biography. Hogarth Press, London, 1933. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 13.0 Cms., Condition: Good. Pp. 163. Illustrated. Original cloth very darkened, owner's details on front free end paper, occasional foxing or darkening of paper. [Woolmer 185 who says 5,080 copies printed, this copy in variant brown binding]. £10.00 (Ref: 93094)

  108. Woolf, Virginia The Diary of Virginia Woolf : Volume One, 1915-1919. Hogarth Press, 1983. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0701204249 23.0 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xxviii, 356. Owner's details on front free end paper, dust wrapper price-clipped and slightly worn. £20.00 (Ref: 93091)

  109. Yeldham, W. Lays of Ind. Thacker Vining & Co, Bombay, 1871. 2nd Ed., 20.0 x 12.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. (4), 87. Original gilt and blindstamped cloth. Extremities slightly rubbed, small stain on upper board. Lengthy but partly illegible gift details dated 21st January 1872 on front free end paper. With it 4 page ms notes on the Lays of Ind. £20.00 (Ref: 93095)

  110. Young, A. Into Hades. Hart-Davis, London, 1952. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Good. Pp. 31. Inscribed by the author on 1/2 title "To J.G.Wilson from Andrew Young". J.G. Wilson was the publisher of several of the author's earlier books. Paper covers a little grubby. £12.00 (Ref: 93096)

    Printing and Bibliography

  111. Aflalo, F.G. The Literary Year-Book 1897. George Allen, London, 1897. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 11.5 Cm., Condition: Very Good. Pp. xii, 300, xliv. Original blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine and decoration on upper board. slight wear to extremities but a clean tight copy of the first appearance of a scarce work. Includes an obituary of William Morris and a very topical article on 'The Future of the Book'. £30.00 (Ref: 93297)

  112. Anon. The Bookbinder. William Clowes and Sons, 1889. 1st Ed, 15.0 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Fair. Vol 1 pp. 194, Vol 2 pp.160, 177-190 (lacking pp161-176], plus over 100 pages of adverts, covers of individual parts etc bound in after end of vol 2. Bound in contemporary cloth with gilt lettering to spine and top edge gilt. Binding rubbed and rather soiled. A well used copy. £190.00 (Ref: 93315)

  113. Arman, M. Printing From Metal & Wood. Workshop Press, Thaxted, 1985. ISBN: 0950929212 21.5 x 15.5 Cm., Condition: Very Good. Limited ed, 26/145 signed by author. Pp. xi, 60. Well illustrated with wood engravings and typeface specimens, including 2 large foldout sheets. Bound by the author in quarter cloth and marbled boards with printed label on spine and upper board. Book label of Peter Foster on front pastedown. £75.00 (Ref: 93298)

  114. Barker, N. Bibliotheca Lindesiana : the Lives and Collections of Alexander William, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th Earl of Balcarres, and James Ludovic, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th Earl of Balcarres.. Quaritch, London, 1977. 1st Ed, 27.0 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xviii, 415. Illustrated and with folding genealogical table. Original blue buckram with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. spine faded. Richard Garnett's book label on front pastedown, gift details on front free end paper. £20.00 (Ref: 93319)

  115. Blaizot, G. Guérin, C. (experts). Bibliothèque Raphaël Esmerian. Cinquième Partie : Livres Illustrés Modernes (1874-1970). Exemplaires Uniques Et Recueils De Dessins Originaux ., Livres De Peintres , Très Belles Reliures. Blaizot, G. Guérin, C., Paris, 1974. 1st Ed, 32.0 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 150. Well illustrated, many in colour. Original green cloth with gilt lettering. Book label of Peter Foster on front pastedown. Text in French. £25.00 (Ref: 93318)

  116. Blamires, D. Adults Alphabets. Examples of English Press Alphabet Books From the Last Hundred Years With an Alphabetical Description, Copious Illustrations and a Checklist of Press Alphabet Books.. Hanborough Parrot, Oxford, 1990. 31.5 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed, viii/xxv signed by the author. Pp. 45. Well illustrated throughout. Bound in patterned cloth-covered boards, slipcase. Colophon indicates 85 copies to be coloured but this was not done the limitation of xxv coloured copies is correct. There were 85 un-coloured, 60 partly coloured and 25 fully coloured of which this is one. Very slight wear to extremities. £350.00 (Ref: 93321)

  117. Carter, W. Portfolio One: Specimen Sheets of Printing, Type-Design and Letter-Cutting Carried Out By Will Carter at the Rampant Lions Press Workshop, 12 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, Between 1959 and 1967. Rampant Lion Press, Cambridge, 1967. 1st Ed, 27.5 x 21.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. limited ed. of 500 copies. Examples of the press's work on various papers, using various type faces, 76 pages originally unbound in portfolio, now professionally bound in red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Spine faded. £35.00 (Ref: 93328)

  118. Cessolis, Jacobus de; Caxton, William The Game of Chess. Scolar Press, London, 1976. Limited, ISBN: 0859673065 28.0 x 8.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 108/ 500. Pp. (8) prelims, followed by un-numbered facsimile of Caxton's black letter edition of c.1483. Binding of coarse linen with leather label to spine. £125.00 (Ref: 93320)

  119. Colin, G. And Others (editors). Bibliotheque De Madame Louis Solvay. 3 Volume Set. Bibliotheque Royale De Belgique, Bruxelles, 1969. 25.5 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Good. 3 Volumes complete. Pp. pp. x, 309; [viii], 219; [viii], 231; coloured frontispieces to Vols. 1 and 2, also full page uncoloured illustrations. Paper covers slightly creased. Text in French. £26.00 (Ref: 93403)

  120. Cooper, J. Mrs Molesworth a Biography. Pratts Folly Press, 2002. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0954285409 21.5 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp.xvi, 412. With illustrations and folding family tree. Spine slightly creased and other general signs of use. Inscribed by the author and with one page ms letter from her and sundry copies of reviews of the book. £6.00 (Ref: 93019)

  121. Curle, R. Collecting American First Editions Its Pitfalls and Its Pleasures. Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis, 1930. 20.5 x 14.0 Cm., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Poor. Limited ed., 1009/1250 signed by the author. Pp. xx, 221. Original dark blue cloth with paper labels on spine and upper board, spine label darkened. Glassine dust wrapper shrunk and torn with some loss, slipcase rubbed at extremities. Owner's details on front free end paper. £16.00 (Ref: 93299)

  122. De Burca, E. The Three Candles a Bibliographical Catalogue. De Burca, Blackrock, 1998. ISBN: 0946130299 20.5 x 14.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. lettered I of 25 copies for presentation with a further 150 for subscribers. Signed by Eamonn de Burca under limitation. Pp. x, 55. Well illustrated, original laminated boards, dust wrapper showing slight signs of use. Inscribed by de Burca on front free end paper. £100.00 (Ref: 93296)

  123. Dreyfus, J. A History of the Nonesuch Press. With an Introduction By Geoffrey Keynes and a Descriptive Catalogue By David McKitterick, Simon Rendall & John Dreyfus.. Nonesuch Press, London, 1981. ISBN: 0370303970 30.5 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. 29/950. Pp. xvi, 319, [3]. 39 full-page illustrations, with many other facsimiles. Original red cloth with gilt lettering to spine and gilt decoration to upper board, top edge tinted. Dust wrapper slightly soiled and curled at edges. £150.00 (Ref: 93335)

  124. Hall, D. (editor). Parenthesis. Numbers 1, 2 and 3.. Fine Press Association, Witney, 1998. 1st Ed, 28.0 x 21.0 Cm., Condition: Very Good. Numbers 1, 2 and 3 of the Newsletter. Pp. 24, 36 and 48. Original wrappers, well illustrated. £40.00 (Ref: 93322)

  125. Hamilton, Charles F. As Bees in Honey Drown : Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters. A.S. Barnes & Co., 1973. 1st Ed, ISBN: 049801052x 23.0 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 253. Illustrated. Original cloth, dust wrapper slightly grubby and price-clipped but now in protective sleeve £10.00 (Ref: 93300)

  126. Harling, R. (editor). Alphabet and Image 2. James Shand Shenval Press, London, 1946. 1st Ed, 24.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 92. Well illustrated, some in colour. This number includes Denis Saurat's 16 page article 'Edward Bawden's England' with illustrations by Bawden including 4 in colour. Original card covers with spiral binding, quite well used with bookplate of Balding & Mansell ltd on front inside cover and 'B. & M.Library 20.10.46' written in corner of page 1. £20.00 (Ref: 93303)

  127. Harling, R. (editor). Alphabet and Image 5. James Shand Shenval Press, London, 1947. 1st Ed, 24.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 100. Well illustrated, some in colour. This number includes John Lewis's 18 page article on Lynton Lamb with illustrations by him. With it "Stop Press" 4 pp flyer advertising inter alia Ian Fleming's competition to design a 27th letter of the alphabet. Original wraps with dust wrapper price-clipped and very slightly frayed, sporadic light foxing. £20.00 (Ref: 93304)

  128. Harling, R. (editor). Alphabet and Image 6. James Shand Shenval Press, London, 1948. 1st Ed, 24.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 96. Well illustrated, some in colour. This number includes Hippesley-Coxe's 12 page article on Hugh Casson with illustrations by him. Original wraps with dust wrapper very slightly frayed, sporadic light foxing. £20.00 (Ref: 93305)

  129. Harling, R. (editor). Alphabet and Image 8. James Shand Shenval Press, London, 1948. 1st Ed, 24.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 100. Well illustrated, some in colour. This number includes Douglas Newton's 7 page article 'Paintings of Plastics by Edward Wadsworth' with colour illustrations by him. Original wraps with dust wrapper very slightly frayed. With 8 page 'Stop Press' flyer. £20.00 (Ref: 93306)

  130. Harrison, T. Bookbinding for Printers. Association of Teachers of Printing and Allied Subjects, London, 1949. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. Pp. (ii), 16, iii-iv. £12.00 (Ref: 93301)

  131. Hayes, W.l. Beginner's Guide to Printing - A Non-Technical Manual for Those in Search Of, Or Commencing a Career in the Printing and Allied Trades. Raithby, Lawrence & Co, Leicester, 1947. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 11.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xvi, 107. Text illustrations. Original cloth, owner's details on front pastedown. Dust wrapper frayed and slightly grubby. £15.00 (Ref: 93302)

  132. Johnston, E. Manuscript & Inscription Letters for Schools and Classes and for the Use of Craftsmen. John Hogg, London, 1917. 3rd Imp, 31.0 x 25.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Contents leaf and 16 plates printed on card, in printed cardboard folder. 5 plates designed by Eric Gill. Contents showing signs of use with minor fraying and finger soiling, plate 12 has ink blots, cardboard folder is damp marked and rubbed. Richard Garnett's book label on lower cover. £50.00 (Ref: 93329)

  133. Mardersteig, Giovanni; Schmoller, H. The Officina Bodoni: an Account of the Work of a Hand Press, 1923-1977. Valdonega, Verona, 1980. ISBN: 8885033040 30.0 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 1500 copies. Pp. lix, 288. Well illustrated original cloth with gilt lettering. Plain cardboard slipcase. Owner's book label on front pastedown. £40.00 (Ref: 93323)

  134. McLean, Ruari; McLean, Antonia Benjamin Fawcett : Engraver and Colour Printer. Scolar Press, Aldershot, 1988. Limited, ISBN: 0859677893 Private Press, 27.0 x 17.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. D/w: Very Good. limited ed. 38/ 750, signed by the author. Pp. 196, colour and other illustrations. This copy one of 25 specials bound in 1/2 morocco with gilt lettering to spine and top edge gilt and with 3 actual plates from books printed by Fawcett loosely inserted in pocket at rear. Original dust wrapper. £150.00 (Ref: 93334)

  135. Meynell, Francis; Simon, Herbert. Fleuron Anthology. Ernest Benn, London, 1973. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0510418503 28.0 x 21.0 Cm., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xv, 360. Well illustrated. Price-clipped and slightly worn dust wrapper. £35.00 (Ref: 93338)

  136. Middleton, Bernard C. Restoration of Leather Bindings. Oak Knoll Press: British Library, New Castle: London, 1998. 3rd Ed, ISBN: 1884718507 28.0 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xv, 304. Well illustrated. Ex library with usual marks but only on front end papers, titlepage and dust wrapper. £30.00 (Ref: 93324)

  137. Moran, J. (editor). Book Design and Production Vol 3 No. 3 and Vol 4 No. 1. Printing News Ltd, London, 1960. 1st Ed, 27.5 x 20.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Vol 3 no. 3, pp 11-54, vol 4 no. 1, pp 15-68. Neatly bound in plain cloth, lettered in gilt on spine 'Book Design... Vine Press'. Contains 5 page article on the Vine Press by James Moran and illustrated review of Parliament of Women. Some wear to extremities, adverts and covers not bound in. £18.00 (Ref: 93316)

  138. Newton, A.E. This Book-Collecting Game. Little, Brown and Co., Boston, 1928. 24.0 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 180/950 signed by the author. Pp. (16), 411. Colour frontis, other illustrations. Original binding of cloth spine and patterned paper-covered boards, top edge gilt. Spine slightly faded, sporadic light foxing, slipcase worn at extremities. £25.00 (Ref: 93308)

  139. Pardoe, F.E. John Baskerville of Birmingham Letter-Founder & Printer. Frederick Muller, London, 1975. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0584103549 24.5 x 17.5 Cm., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xvi, 181. Colour portrait frontis, other illustrations. Dust wrapper slightly faded. £15.00 (Ref: 93310)

  140. Pennell. J. Modern Illustration. George Bell & Sons, London, 1895. 1st Ed, 18.5 x 12.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xxvi, 146. Many illustrations. Original green cloth boards, green morocco spine by Peter Foster, with gilt lettering, top edge gilt. Binding faded, Bonham Carter and Peter Fosters's book labels on front pastedown, owner's details and bookseller's catalogue entry on front free end paper. £18.00 (Ref: 93311)

  141. Rafaeli, Ari. Book Typography. Oak Knoll Press: British Library, New Castle: London, 2005. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1584561572 28.0 x 21.0 Cm., Condition: Very Good. pp. 160. illustrated, laminated boards. £14.00 (Ref: 93325)

  142. Randle, J. (editor) Matrix 21: a Review for Printers and Bibliophiles (Deluxe Limited Edition). Whittington Press, Risbury, 2001. 28.0 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. xlviii/lxxx. pp. (6), 238, wealth of inserts and illustrations, some in colour. In separate folder one of Frederick Prokosch's Prometheus Press booklets, this one 'A Virgin and a Lantern' by Wallace Stevens, with a hand-painted frontispiece by Prokosch, copy 'gamma' of an edition of 5 only, and signed by him. Main book is bound in 1/4 morocco with gilt lettering to spine and with marbled paper-covered boards, the folder has cloth spine with plain paper-covered boards. Together in slipcase. With it flyer for Matrix 21, other assorted material including ms letter of apology for delay from John Randle. £320.00 (Ref: 93317)

  143. Rosenbach, A. S. W. The Unpublishable Memoirs. John Castle, London, 1924. 1st UK Ed., 18.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Good. pp. (10), 151, (2) publisher's ads. Frontis., original blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Spine slightly faded, top edge dusty. £10.00 (Ref: 93346)

  144. Spencer, H. The Visible Word. Lund Humphries : Royal College of Art, London, 1969. 2nd Ed., 30.0 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. 107. Illustrated. Original black cloth with white lettering. Institutional owner's stamp on front pastedown, bookseller's label on front free end paper. Dust wrapper torn with some loss. £100.00 (Ref: 93336)

  145. Stephenson Blake & Co Steel Composing Room Equipment. Stephenson Blake & Co, Sheffield and London., 1911. 28.0 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 84. Many illustrations, some partly coloured. Original paper covers with label on upper cover. No date but World catalogue suggests 1911. Some wear to covers particularly at extremities. £30.00 (Ref: 93341)

  146. Stephenson Blake & Co Wood Composing Room Equipment Machinery. Stephenson Blake & Co, Sheffield and London., 1949. 28.0 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 84. Many illustrations, some partly coloured. Original paper covers with label on upper cover. No date but Cambridge University Library suggests 1949. Slight wear to covers. £25.00 (Ref: 93340)

  147. Swift, W. H. James Bennet Peace a Model Employer. University Press, Cambridge, 1923. 1st Ed, 16.0 x 11.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Printed for private circulation only. Pp. (6), 16, portrait frontis. Cloth spine, patterned paper-covered boards. Extremities rubbed. £10.00 (Ref: 93313)

  148. Symons, A.J.A., Flower, D. and Meynell, F. The Nonesuch Century an Appraisal, a Persona Note and a Bibliography of the First Hundred Books Issued By the Press 1923-1934. Nonesuch Press, London, 1936. 30.5 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Fair. Limited ed. 171/750. Pp. (4) blanks, xi, (1), 80, (8), 6 leaves of illustrations of bindings, (56), (96), (4). The inserts on brown paper were 'reset and printed or stencilled by the printers of the books from which they have been taken.' Original green buckram with leather label on spine printed in gilt. Binding faded, cloth on lower board bubbled, evidence of damp affecting lower board and end papers. Internally generally clean but slight foxing and some internal brown leaves slightly wavy possibly from damp. Book label of Richard Garnett on front pastedown, signature of David Garnett with date February 1936 on front free end paper. [Dreyfus 106]. A mediocre copy but priced competitively. £100.00 (Ref: 93327)

  149. Tidcombe, Marianne Doves Bindery. British Library: Oak Knoll Press, London, 1991. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0712302387 27.5 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. xiv, 490. Well illustrated with colour and other illustrations, original cloth binding with gilt lettering to spine. Addenda and Corrigenda loosely inserted. £90.00 (Ref: 93339)

  150. Tillotsons Tillotsons Specimen Book of Type Faces. Tillotsons, Bolton, 1949. New Edition, 24.0 x 16.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 93. Illustrated with many examples, some in colour. Dust wrapper slightly frayed and grubby. £11.00 (Ref: 93312)

  151. Various Oxford Guild of Printers 2000. Oxford Guild of Printers, Oxford, 2001. 1st Ed, 17.5 x 14.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. 4 page introduction and 26 booklets printed and written by members of the Oxford Guild of Printers. The booklets are typical of the presses which they represent and mostly specifically limited to 100 copies, many are illustrated, two are signed by the proprietors of the relevant press. All contained in an ingenious slipcase which when opened raises the booklets so that they can be easily extracted. £250.00 (Ref: 93309)

  152. Wagner, Sir Anthony ; Barker, N. ; Payne, A. ; Writhe, J. Medieval Pageant - Writhe's Garter Book - the Ceremony of the Bath and the Earldom of Salisbury Roll. Roxburghe Club, London, 1993. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0950119946 46.0 x 33.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. xxi, 100, 78 pp of colour plates (one folding). Bound in 1/4 morocco with gilt lettering, cloth covered boards, two small discolourations on spine otherwise a fine copy. £275.00 (Ref: 93330)

  153. Warde, B. The Crystal Goblet. Sylvan Press, London, 1955. 1st Ed, 21.0 x 13.5 cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 221. Original cloth, dust wrapper grubby and slightly frayed. Gift details on front free end paper. £20.00 (Ref: 93314)

    Illustrated and Private Press

  154. Adam, M. The Labour of Love. Ark Press, Marazion, 1962. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 11.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 88. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts by Robert Wyss. Dust wrapper slightly frayed and grubby. Number 3 of Ark Series £10.00 (Ref: 93102)

  155. Addison, W. English Fairs and Markets. Batsford, London, 1953. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. viii, 199. Colour frontis and two other fullpage colour plates by Barbara Jones, other uncoloured fullpage plates and text illustrations by her, coloured dust wrapper illustrated by her. Very slight foxing, dust wrapper slightly frayed. £15.00 (Ref: 93103)

  156. Anon. Contes Du Temps Jadis. L'Edition D'Art, Paris, 1912. 30.0 x 23.0cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 400 copies. Pp. 124, (4). Original thick paper covers gilt and colour stamped. 20 colour tipped-in plates by Brunelleschi with captioned tissue guards. Paper covers slightly darkened and frayed, end papers darkened. Contents clean. £230.00 (Ref: 93194)

  157. Anon. Ecclesiastes Or the Preacher. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1934. Private Press, 32.5 x 23.0cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 155/250. Pp. 23. 13 wood engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton. Vellum spine with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, cloth covered boards. Boards grubby, fore corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Contents very clean. £750.00 (Ref: 93164)

  158. Anon. Genesis Twelve Woodcuts By Paul Nash With the First Chapter of Genesis. Nonesuch Press, London, 1924. 26.5 x 18.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 82/375. 12 woodcut plates by Paul Nash. Original gilt-stamped black paper-covered boards. Bookseller's label on front pastedown. £1000.00 (Ref: 93177)

  159. Anon. Revelation of St John the Divine. Gregynog Press, Wales, 1932. 34.5 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 98/250, Pp. 60. Printed in red and black, many wood engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton. Original binding in full russet leather with lettering stamped in darker shade on spine and upper board. Binding slightly rubbed, cardboard slipcase broken. £1350.00 (Ref: 93210)

  160. Anon. Samson and Delilah. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1925. 25.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 252/325. Pp. 18. Wood engraved titlepage vignette and 6 wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. Full cream buckram with gilt lettering to spine. Bookseller's label on front free end paper. A near fine copy. £275.00 (Ref: 93166)

  161. Armstrong, M. Saint Hercules and Other Stories. Fleuron, London, 1927. 1st Ed, 28.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Poor. Limited ed, 251/310. Pp. (8), 65. Five pouchoir tinted illustrations (two full page). Cloth spine, patterned paper-covered boards. Extremities rubbed, owner's bookplate on pastedown. Glassine dust wrapper torn with some loss. With it 1page ms letter from Paul Nash. £90.00 (Ref: 93163)

  162. Auden, W.H. Mountains. Faber, Ariel Poems, London, 1954. First Thus, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 4, 1 coloured and 2 un-coloured illustrations by Edward Bawden. Paperback. In original but slightly worn envelope. £15.00 (Ref: 93284)

  163. Baker, R. St B. Famous Trees. Dropmore Press, London, 1952. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 14.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. (10), 117, (4). Limited ed. 508/999. 20 two-colour line drawings by S.R.Badmin. Giltstamped cloth, top edge green. Cloth very slightly marked, extremities very slightly rubbed. Possibly an ex library copy, no marks apparent, but front free end paper bubbled possibly where library label removed and 1/2 inch of bottom of titlepage and last leaf cut off. £40.00 (Ref: 93104)

  164. Barker, G. At Thurgarton Church. Trigram Press, London, 1969. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 14.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Poor. Pp. xxx, Limited ed. 54A/100 signed by the author. Also illustrated by the author. With original but tattered glassine wrapper. £20.00 (Ref: 93105)

  165. Barnett, Anthony. Blood Flow. Nothing Doing, London, 1975. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0901494127 22.5 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 48. Limited ed of 500 copies. Paperback. £25.00 (Ref: 93106)

  166. Barnett, Anthony. Report to the Working Party. Asylum. Otiose (Preceded By) After. Nothing Doing, London, 1979. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0901494178 21.5 x 14.5 Cms., Condition: Very Good. Pp. 125. Limited ed. of 210 copies signed by the author. Paperback. £12.00 (Ref: 93107)

  167. Bates, H.E. Flowers and Faces. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1935. 215.0 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 254/325 signed by the author. Pp. 54. Illustrated by John Nash with wood engraved titlepage and 4 fullpage wood engravings. Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in 1/4 green morocco with gilt lettering, marbled paper-covered boards, top edge gilt. Bookseller's label on front pastedown, slight rubbing to gilt Golden Cockerel emblem at foot of spine. £325.00 (Ref: 93165)

  168. Bax, C and Spare, A.O. (editors and contributors). The Golden Hind Volume 1 Numbers 1 to 4. Chapman, London, 1922. 1st Ed, 37.0 x 27.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Poor. limited de luxe ed. 27/75 signed by both Clifford Bax and Austin Spare. No 1. Pp. (4), 48. No 2. Pp. (4), 40. No.3. Pp. 40. No.4. Pp. 40. Writers include Aldous Huxley, Alec Waugh, Laurence Housman, W.H.Davies, Tagore, Richard Church and Havelock Ellis. Illustrators of drawings, lithographs and woodcuts include Austin Spare, Alastair, John Austen, Gibbings, John Nash, Brangwyn and Allan Odle. With it 3 out of 4 signed lithos by Cecil French, Grace E. Rogers and Laurence Bradshaw. The lithos were issued to subscribers of this de luxe edition. With it flyer for La Grande Ducasse Drolatique by Hayden Mackey and a publisher's announcement for Volume 2. Numbers 1 and 2 slightly scuffed, all numbers with corners rubbed, numbers 3 and 4 with original dust wrappers although these are rather frayed. The lithos are creased at the edges. Four more numbers were published in smaller format, publication then ceased. £1350.00 (Ref: 93452)

  169. Beerbohm , M. A Book of Caricatures. Methuen, London, 1907. 1st Ed, 37.5 x 26.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. Colour frontis and 48 other uncoloured caricatures with title written on tissue guards in facsimile of Beerbohms handwriting. Original 1/4 cloth with paper-covered boards, top edge gilt. Spine faded and relaid with new end papers, some sporadic foxing. £75.00 (Ref: 93244)

  170. Beerbohm, M. Max's Nineties Drawings 1892-1899. Hart-Davis, London, 1958. 1st Ed, 28.5 x 21.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 10, 46 plates, buckram spine with gilt lettering, paper-covered boards, top edge tinted red. Richard Garnett's bookplate on front pastedown. £10.00 (Ref: 93437)

  171. Beerbohm, M. Zuleika Dobson. Shakespeare Head Press, Oxford, 1975. 29.5 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 477/750, signed by Osbert Lancaster. Pp. xvi, 187, (2). 12 double-page colour plates by Osbert Lancaster. Morocco spine with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, paper-covered boards. very slight signs of use. £50.00 (Ref: 93160)

  172. Belloc, H. The Chanty of the Nona. Faber, London, 1928. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 12.5 Cms., Condition: Good. Pp. (12), Limited ed. 228/500 signed by the author, large paper copy. Illustrated by the author. In original paper-covered boards with gilt lettering. Some browning of paper, one leaf slightly creased, small split to paper of spine, slight darkening of boards. £55.00 (Ref: 93109)

  173. Belloc, H. Mrs Markham's New History of England. Cayme Press, Kensington, 1926. 1st Ed, 24.0 x 18.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. (8), 110. Frontis and upper board label by Hester Sainsbury. Spine faded, extremities worn, end papers darkened. £12.00 (Ref: 93110)

  174. Beningfield, G. Beningfield's Countryside. Cameron & Tayleur, London, 1980. 23.5 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 43/100 signed by the author. Pp. 142. Colour illustrations by Gordon Beningfield throughout. Bound in full blindstamped morocco, gilt lettering to spine, all edges gilt. In publisher's slipcase with lettered leather label on spine. £100.00 (Ref: 93211)

  175. Bennett Brothers. A Collection of Native New Zealand Birds. Bennett Bros, Inglewood, New Zealand, 1999. 1st Ed, 23.5 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 150/160 signed by both Jeremy and Jonathan Bennett. Pp. x, 120, (1). 32 scraperboard illustrations of New Zealand Birds by Jeremy Bennett. Bound by Jonathan Bennett in 1/4 dark red calf with black lettering to spine, and boards of oiled quarter-sawn matai wood. Book is contained in purpose designed paper sleeve which is in turn in strong blindstamped solander case. £250.00 (Ref: 93207)

  176. Blake, William The Marriage of Heaven and Hell and a Song of Liberty. Florence Press By Chatto & Windus, London, 1911. New Edition, 18.5 x 12.5cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 79. Titlepage printed in red and black. Lengthy introduction by Francis Griffin Stokes. Cloth spine with paper label, paper-covered boards. Boards slightly faded, extremities slightly rubbed, spine slightly darkened. £28.00 (Ref: 93111)

  177. Bliss, P. Edward Bawden. Pendomer Press, Godalming, 1980. ISBN: 090626703x 28.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited de luxe ed. of 200. Pp. 197. Many illustrations including 11 in colour. With lithograph 'Nekayah, the Prince and Imlac in Cairo' drawn in four colours and printed in edition of 200 by the Curwen Studio, numbered titled and signed by Bawden. Bound in 1/4 morocco with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt, patterned paper-covered boards. Lithograph in separate folder. All contained in slipcase. very slight wear at all extremities. £300.00 (Ref: 93162)

  178. Blunden, E. To Themis Poems on Famous Trials and Other Pieces. Beaumont Press, London, 1931. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 60. limited ed. 218/405. Frontis and titlepage designed by Randolph Schwabe. Cloth spine with gilt lettering, paper-covered boards. Slight darkening to spine. £20.00 (Ref: 93112)

  179. Blunt, W. Tulips & Tulipomania. Basilisk Press, London, 1977. 28.5 x 20.0cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 295/515, signed by the author. Pp.100, 16 tipped-in colour plates by Rory McEwen, a few other illustrations. Morocco spine with gilt lettering, patterned cloth-covered boards. Slipcase. £375.00 (Ref: 93161)

  180. Bone, G. Children's Children. Duckworth, London, 1922. 2nd Ed., 21.5 x 14.5 Cms., Condition: Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 272. Drawings by Muirhead Bone. Cloth spine with paper-covered boards, leather label to spine with gilt lettering, lower fore corners slightly bumped, dust wrapper excellent, end papers slightly darkened. £10.00 (Ref: 93113)

  181. Bourdillon, F.W. A Lost God. Elkin Mathews, London, 1891. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 60. 3 fullpage illustrations by H.J.Ford. Japan vellum spine with gilt lettering, paper-covered boards. Binding darkened, lacking front free end paper. £10.00 (Ref: 93115)

  182. Brayley, E. W. (editor) The Graphic and Historical Illustrator: an Original Miscellany Etc. J. Chidley, London, 1834. 1st Ed, 25.0 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. iv, 416. With 150 text woodcuts. Rebound retaining original boards but with recent morocco spine and gilt lettering. Two owners' book plates on front pastedown, fore corners slightly rubbed. This volume was all that was issued, in his preface the editor attributes the failure to the publisher's insolvency and "the laws delays" in settling his affairs. £60.00 (Ref: 93434)

  183. Brecht, B. Mutter Courage Und Ihre Kinder - Eine Chronik Aus Dem Dreißigjährigen Krieg. Institut Fur Buchgestaltung, Leipzig, 1965. First Thus, 27.0 x 17.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 156. 35 illustrations by Bernhard Heisig, including some full page and some in colour. Original pictorial cloth. Text in German. £25.00 (Ref: 93259)

  184. Browning, R. Dramatic Romances and Lyrics. Vale Press, London, 22.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 123. Limited ed. of 210 copies. Decorated with woodcut border and initials by Charles Ricketts. Original buckram with gilt lettering to spine. Owner's details on front free end paper, binding darkened and soiled, spine ends slightly frayed. £85.00 (Ref: 93114)

  185. Bunyan, J. The Pilgrim's Progress and the Life & Death of Mr Badman. Nonesuch Press, London, 1928. 19.5 x 12.0cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 453. Un-numbered copy of 1600. Original publisher's marbled cloth with leather label to spine and gilt lettering. Binding slightly rubbed, pastedowns darkened, book labels of both Richard and David Garnett on front pastedown. £15.00 (Ref: 93116)

  186. Bushe, P.K. Through the Troposcope / a Travers Le Troposcope. Trianon Press, Paris, 1966. 33.0 x 25.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 112 copies, this one lettered S, one of 12 hors commerce. 12 coloured plates by Peter Kendal Bushe, loose as issued in original wrappers, in hardback blue cloth folder with gilt lettering to spine. All in slipcase covered in marbled paper. Slight musty smell otherwise a fine copy. £100.00 (Ref: 93198)

  187. Butcher, D. The Whittington Press a Bibliography 1982-93.. Whittington Press, Risbury, 1996. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1854280295 33.0 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 216/244. Pp. (8), 179, (1). many illustrations, including some in colour. Cloth spine with gilt lettering, patterned paper-covered boards, slipcase corners very slightly rubbed. £115.00 (Ref: 93200)

  188. Calman, M. For Such as Are of Riper Years. Allen Lane, London, 1965. 1st Ed, 15.0 x 20.0cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 17, Illustrated by Mel Calman, author unknown, cloth spine, pictorial paper-covered boards. Binding showing slight use. Book plate of Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald on front free end paper. With compliment slip from Allan Lane and signed by him, once held in place with sellotape now showing marks. £25.00 (Ref: 93136)

  189. Campbell, Alastair. Blue Rain. Wai-te-ata Press, Wellington, New Zealand, 1st Ed, 22.0 x 14.0 Cms, Condition: Fair. Pp. 18 (un-numbered). Limited edition of 150 printed on hand-made T.H.Saunders paper. With it compliment slip from the press and single undated printed leaf with "The Old Earth Closet" by the New Zealand writer James K. Baxter. Cover design by Don Peebles. Paper covers waterstained but contents clean. New Zealand £25.00 (Ref: 93016)

  190. Carr, Mrs C. North Italian Folk Sketches of Town & Country Life. Chatto & Windus, London, 1878. 19.5 x 14.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 272/400. Pp. xii, 283. 28 hand-coloured illustrations by Randolph Caldecott, including 10 fullpage. original binding of buckram spine with paper label, paper-covered boards. Binding slightly grubby, small stain in corner of upper board, 3 bookseller's catalogue entries tipped-in on prelims. . £40.00 (Ref: 93225)

  191. Catullus, G.V. Complete Poems. Fanfrolico Press, London, 1929. 1st Ed, 23.5 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Undated but 1929. Limited ed. 201/325. Pp. 249. Many 1/2page and vignette wood engravings by Lionel Ellis, translated by Jack Lindsay. Bound in publisher's pressed morocco with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. Spine faded, extremities slightly rubbed, 2 pages lightly browned where enclosure has been, slight foxing on some edges. £100.00 (Ref: 93118)

  192. Cave, R. Chinese Ceremonial Papers: an Illustrated Bibliography. Whittington Press, Risbury, 2002. ISBN: 1854280686 38.0 x 25.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 9/200. Pp. (6), 62, (4). 38 original ceremonial papers mounted in the text, large format sheet in a pocket on the inside rear cover and another inside a black paper portfolio. Two-colour cloth, separate thick paper folder, both in slipcase. £150.00 (Ref: 93204)

  193. Chanter, P. Saltfleet and Other Poems. Golden Head Press, Cambridge, 1958. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 13.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Poor. Limited ed. 16/100 signed by author. pp. 25. Original cloth with paper label to upper board and spine, original tissue dust wrapper badly torn with loss. £20.00 (Ref: 93120)

  194. Chaucer, G. The Romaunt of the Rose. Florence Press, London, 1918. 25.0 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. limited ed. 325/500. Pp. (10), 108. 20 tipped-in colour plates by Keith Henderson and Norman Wilkinson. Bound in later but not recent 1/4 green pressed morocco with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt, paper-covered boards. Spine slightly faded, sporadic light foxing. £75.00 (Ref: 93238)

  195. Clay, E. The Constant Mistress. Golden Cockerel Press, London, 1934. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 300/300 signed by both author and Eric Gill. Pp. 41. Six wood-engravings by Eric Gill. Original cloth spine with paper-covered boards. Small repair to spine label, book label of Stanley Scott on rear free end paper. In protective sleeve. £300.00 (Ref: 93121)

  196. Clay, E. Sonnets and Verses. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1925. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 397/450. Pp. (8),38. Eight wood-engravings by Eric Gill of which 3 are fullpage. Original cloth spine with paper-covered boards, spine label. Book label of Stanley Scott on rear free end paper. In damaged protective sleeve. £150.00 (Ref: 93122)

  197. Coleridge, S.T. The Ancient Mariner. Jack, London, 1906. First Thus, 15.0 x 11.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. No date but 1906. Pp. 40. 4 full page colour plates by Paul Woodroffe. Original decorative Cloth. £20.00 (Ref: 93123)

  198. Conrad, J. Letters From Conrad 1895 to 1924. Nonesuch Press, London, 1928. 22.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. 534/925. Pp. xxxiii, 336. Frontis portrait and one other plate. Original buckram with gilt lettering to spine. Book label of Richard Garnett to front pastedown. Spine faded, slight signs of external wear, sporadic foxing. £20.00 (Ref: 93124)

  199. Cook, O. The Pink House. Inky Parrot Press, Sheffield, 2002. 1st Ed, 29.5 x 17.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. of 300 copies. Pp. 12 (un-numbered). Illustrations by John Vernon Lord. Original pictorial paper covers. £20.00 (Ref: 93245)

  200. Cotton. J. Priapus 17. The Editor, Berkhampstead, 1969. 1st Ed, 25.5 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. (4), 38. Coloured front cover and 1 fullpage coloured plate are original lithographs by Rigby Graham, 2 other illustrations by Jack Yates. Contributors include D.M.Thomas, Kevin Crossley-Holland and Edward Lucie-Smith. Stapled binding with duplicated text, showing some signs of wear. £20.00 (Ref: 93248)

  201. Craig, E. G. A Production Being Thirty - Two Collotype Plates of Designs Projected Or Realised for the Pretenders of Henrik Ibsen and Produced at the Royal Theatre Copenhagen 1926. Oxford University Press, London, 1930. 1st Ed, 50.0 x 37.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 605 copies. pp. (6), 21, 32 plates with explanatory tissue guard before each. Original red cloth with gilt lettering to spine and upper board. Extremities slightly rubbed, boards slightly soiled. £150.00 (Ref: 93258)

  202. Craig, E. G. Scene. Humphrey Milford, Oxford, 1923. 1st Ed, 29.5 x 22.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xi, 27, 2 (illustrations), 19 plates from the author's etchings. Original paper-covered boards with black lettering. Extremities slightly rubbed. With it tattered publisher's flyer (or possibly the back of the original dust wrapper) for the book. £25.00 (Ref: 93332)

  203. Craig, J. (editor). These Women All. Piccolo Press, Stroud, 1965. 17.5 x 8.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. 253/300. Pp. 26, with 1/2 page woodcut for each ballad. Dust wrapper of decorated translucent paper. £25.00 (Ref: 93290)

  204. Crow, B. An Acrobatic Alphabet : Wood Engravings. Whittington Press, Australia, 1986. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0904845710 18.5 x 14.0 Cms, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 2/35 signed by Barbara Crow. 26 leaves folded, with hand-coloured illustration and alphabet word printed in red on page facing. Large, folded proof of the 26 engravings in rear pocket. Silk boards with sewn binding. One of 35 deluxe copies hand-coloured by Sylvia Stokeld. In publisher's slipcase. £400.00 (Ref: 93125)

  205. Darwin, C. Journal of Researches Into the Natural History & Geology of the Countries Visited During the Voyage of the H.M.S. Beagle. Limited Editions Club, Cambridge, 1956. 305 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 375/1500 signed by the illustrator. pp. xviii, 492. Many wood engraved illustrations by Robert Gibbings. Original decorative cloth, top edge tinted. One fore corner bumped but otherwise an excellent copy in protective glassine sleeve £75.00 (Ref: 93256)

  206. Day Lewis, C. Christmas Eve. Faber, Ariel Poems, London, 1954. First Thus, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 4, 1 coloured and 2 un-coloured illustrations by Edward Ardizzone. Paperback in original but slightly discoloured envelope. £15.00 (Ref: 93283)

  207. Defoe, D. The Life & Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York.. Basilisk Press, London, 1979. 31.5 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 42/515. Pp. 200. Many illustrations by Edward Gordon Craig including one original print. Stated to be "Bound by Grays of Cambridge in quarter dark blue Nigerian goatskin with unbleached sailcloth sides". But this copy, and the normal binding, was with central section of spine in brown morocco with gilt lettering, and the remainder dark blue. Top edge tinted blue. Slipcase. White rub mark on both front end papers, slight wear to slipcase. £200.00 (Ref: 93209)

  208. Drinkwater, J. Cotswold Characters. Yale University Press, New Haven, 1923. 2nd Ed., 18.5 x 12.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 56. 5 wood engravings by Paul Nash. In original textured paper-covered boards with paper label to upper board. Inscribed by the author "A few Cotswold characters for London Lambeth from John Drinkwater. February 1934". End papers a little darkened, bookseller's label on front pastedown. £55.00 (Ref: 93126)

  209. Edwards, L. Our Food From Farm to Table. Methuen, London, 1943. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. iii, 72, (2). 30 pages of uncoloured drawings by Lionel Edwards. Original limp cloth covers. Spine faded, very slight wear to extremities. £20.00 (Ref: 93127)

  210. Eliot, T.S. Asparagus. James Pool (printers), London, 1988. 30.5 x 22.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. 186/200 signed by Mim Hain. Pp. 34, 15 tipped-in plates of which 5 are coloured. Original dark red cloth with gilt decoration to upper board and gilt lettering to spine. Dust wrapper frayed and rubbed. Privately printed for The Friends of The Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables. Inscribed on the titlepage (in addition to signature), "For Janet In Memory of he passionate Lewisham nights, & your lot youth... X Mim" £150.00 (Ref: 93217)

  211. Ellis, F.S. (editor). Sire Degrevaunt. Kelmscott Press, Hammersmith, 1896. 20.5 x 14.5cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 350 copies. Pp.82. Printed in red and black in Chaucer type, wood-engraved frontispiece designed by Edward Burne-Jones, borders and initials by William Morris, original holland-backed boards, uncut. Spine rather worn and frayed, bibliographical details tipped in on ms slip on final blank. £800.00 (Ref: 93128)

  212. Farleigh, J. Graven Image an Autobiographical Textbook. Macmillan, London, 1940. 1st Ed, 22.5 x 14.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. (6), 388. Well illustrated, many by the author. Original illustrated paper-covered boards and similar dust wrapper. Very slight wear to extremities, slight fraying to dust wrapper some of which has been discreetly repaired. Bookseller's label on front pastedown, owner's details on front free end paper. £25.00 (Ref: 93129)

  213. Ferguson, J. The Dog. Privately Printed, London, 1930. 1st Ed, 18.0 x 12.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 300, this an un-numbered copy. Pp.16. Frontis by A.R.Thomson. Patterned paper covers with paper label on upper cover. Sporadic foxing. Printed for Christmas greetings by Allen Lane. £40.00 (Ref: 93130)

  214. Fitzgibbon, C. Watcher in Florence. Vine Press, Hemingford Grey, 1959. 14.5 x 11.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 150 copies. Pp. (2), 64, (2). Wood engraved titlepage in two shades by Reg Boulton. Bound in full pressed green morocco with gilt decoration and gilt lettering to spine. Note on front pastedown "Bound J.P.F. [John Peter Foster proprietor of the Vine Press] 1960". Spine faded. £60.00 (Ref: 93131)

  215. Fitzgibbon, C. Watcher in Florence. Vine Press, Hemingford Grey, 1959. Limited, Private Press, 14.5 x 11.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 150 copies. Pp. (2), 64, (2). Wood engraved titlepage in two shades by Reg Boulton. Bound in full pressed tan morocco with gilt decoration and gilt lettering to spine. £70.00 (Ref: 93132)

  216. Foster, P. and Others. Raymond Lister Five Essays. Golden Head Press, Cambridge, 1963. 1st Ed, 21.0 x 13.0 cms., Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 200 copies. Pp. (8), 22, xviii plates many by Lister. Patterned paper-covered boards. With it "Personal details, as applicable to my metalwork" in Lister's handwriting on 6 foolscap sheets, 5 ms and 1 typed letter from Lister to Peter Foster. The book is a celebration of Raymond Lister's work; the other contributors are C.R.Cammell, S.Lissim, L.G.G. Ramsey and F.Warner. £20.00 (Ref: 93117)

  217. Gant, R. Mountains in the Mind. Whittington Press, Risbury, 1987. ISBN: 0904845710 26.0 x 19.0 Cms., Condition: Fine. Limited ed. i/xl (specials) signed by both author and artist. Pp. (34). 6 wood engravings by Howard Phibbs including colour-printed frontis. With it separate folder containing proofs of the 6 engravings, plus one further one, all signed by the artist. Both book and folder bound with red hessian. Both contained in one slipcase. A further 160 copies were issued without the signed proofs. £225.00 (Ref: 93175)

  218. Gant, R. Steps to the River. Whittington Press, Risbury, 1995. ISBN: 185428035x 26.0 x 19.0 Cms., Condition: Fine. Limited ed. xxx/xl (specials) signed by both author and artist. Pp. (38). 9 wood engravings by Howard Phibbes including colour-printed frontis. With it separate folder containing proofs of the 9 engravings all signed by the artist. Both book and folder bound with cloth spine and paper-covered boards. Both contained in one slipcase. A further 160 copies were issued without the signed proofs. £250.00 (Ref: 93174)

  219. Gifford, H. A Posie of Gilloflowers. Hawthornden Press, London, 1933. 28.0 x 19.0cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 47/500. Pp. xxx, 168. Additional facsimile titlepage, original red buckram, gilt lettering on upper board and spine, top edge gilt. Spine slightly faded, extremities very slightly rubbed, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, a little sporadic foxing.. £30.00 (Ref: 93224)

  220. Gill, E. Common Seal of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Vine Press, Hemingford Grey, 1985. 22.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 50 copies. No date but Copac suggests 198?. Pp.8. Printed in black and red, with Gill's design for the common seal. The paste-paper covers are made by Margaret Foster. £25.00 (Ref: 93382)

  221. Gill, E. The Engravings of Eric Gill. Christopher Skelton, Wellingborough, 1983. 34.0 x 26.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 1350 copies.Pp. xxiv, 547. Over 100 engravings reproduced in colour when appropriate and with some folding. Original two coloured cloth with gilt lettering to spine, blindstamped upper board. Slipcase. Front free end paper lacking, corners of a few pages bent, slight signs of use to both book and slipcase. £200.00 (Ref: 93295)

  222. Gobineau, Comte de. Savonarole Scenes Historiques. Schroder, Munich, 1920. 31.5 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 160/250 signed by the artist. Pp.100. 20 engravings by Frank Sepp. Original full vellum with black decorative borders and gilt lettering on boards, top edge gilt. One tissue guard lacking, vellum binding grubby and slightly bowed, end papers spotted, owners details on first blank. Text in French. £100.00 (Ref: 93253)

  223. Gosse, I. A Florilege Chosen From the Herbals. Gresham Books, Woking, 1981. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0905418948 29.5 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 126/250. Pp. (88) 20 wood engravings by Gertrude Hermes. 1/4 green calf with marbled paper-covered boards. £125.00 (Ref: 93173)

  224. Gray, T. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard. Limited Editions Club, London, 1938. 25.0 x 17.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 63/1500 signed by the artist. pp. xv, 72, (2). Titlepage vignette and 32 wood engravings by Agnes Miller Parker. Original blue cloth binding with silver decoration to upper board and silver lettering to spine. Spine slightly faded, slipcase slightly faded and with its corners slightly rubbed. Bookseller's label on front pastedown. £80.00 (Ref: 93220)

  225. Greenwood, E. Edward Bawden Editioned Prints. Wood Lea Press, Woodbridge, 2005. ISBN: 0954318544 24.0 x 32.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. of 450 copies. Pp. 134. Well illustrated partly in colour. Cloth spine with gilt lettering, paper-covered boards using Bawden pattern. Slipcase. £295.00 (Ref: 93182)

  226. Greenwood, J. The Graphic Work of Edward Wadsworth. Wood Lea Press, Woodbridge, 2002. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0954318501 34.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 450. Pp.112; 109 illustrations in colour, 50 black-and-white. Paper-covered boards, errata slip, slipcase. £100.00 (Ref: 93201)

  227. Greenwood, Jeremy. The Wood-Engravings of John Nash : a Catalogue of the Wood-Engravings, Early Lithographs, Etchings and Engravings on Metal. Wood Lea Press, Liverpool, 1987. ISBN: 0951228706 34.5 x 24.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 750 copies. Pp. 151. Many illustrations throughout by John Nash including 3 in colour. Cloth spine with gilt lettering, patterned paper-covered boards, slipcase. £85.00 (Ref: 93234)

  228. Hanscomb, B. Cornwall an Interior Vision. Whittington Press, Risbury, 1992. ISBN: 1854280317 35.0 x 24.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. vii/35 from a total edition of 135, signed by the artist. 8 wood engravings each signed by the artist, plus titlepage vignette. Bound japanese style with black tape stitching. With it 8 additional copies of the wood engravings, each signed by the artist, unbound in matching folder. All contained in slipcase. £275.00 (Ref: 93202)

  229. Hayley, W. Life of George Romney, Esq.. T.Payne, Chichester, 1809. 1st Ed, 28.0 x 21.0 Cm., Condition: Good. Pp. (18), 416. 12 copper engravings including "Sketch of the Shipwreck after Romney" by William Blake. Contemporary full mottled calf with gilt decoration and lettering to spine, all edges gilt. Extremities rubbed, front free end paper detached. A little sporadic foxing. £350.00 (Ref: 93249)

  230. Home, A. (editor). The Art of Subho Tagore. Art and Letters (India), Calcutta, 1945. 26.0 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 2/450. Pagination erratic but 166 variously numbered pages. Containing prelims including colour printed vignette on titlepage, 16 coloured tipped-in plates which should come accompanying poems, but 1 poem lacking, tipped-in photographic portrait of the artist, pasted in quote from the English poet Johhn Gawsworth, series of "appreciations" of the artist (including 4 page article on the artist's designs for new playing cards with 17 mounted coloured examples), 32 pages of Press views with tipped-in uncoloured illustrations, 8 pages of the poems in Bengali. Original binding of woven reed or bamboo with paper labels on upper board. Extremities worn with some loss, paper labels torn with major loss of one. £200.00 (Ref: 93235)

  231. Horace, Q.H. Odes and Epodes. Limited Editions Club, New York, 1961. 35.0 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 61/1500. 2 vols contained in slipcase. Small vol comprises text, Fo. vol contains facsimiles of a variety of pages from earlier editions. Vols are bound uniformly in 1/4 cloth with marbled paper-covered boards. Slipcase scuffed and a little grubby, but lifting tapes intact. £25.00 (Ref: 93243)

  232. Housman, A.E. A Shropshire Lad. Hayloft Press, Birmingham, 1995. Limited, ISBN: 0948764112 Private Press, 19.0 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 270/450. Pp. 80. Ilustrations throughout by Claud Lovat Fraser, with errata slip. Bound in brown cloth with paper label to upper board and to spine, decorated end papers. £22.00 (Ref: 93133)

  233. Hudson, S. Celeste and Other Sketches. Blackamore Press, London, 1930. 1st Ed, 20.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 55/700. Pp. 104. 6 full page wood engravings by John Nash. Original green cloth with gilt decoration and lettering. Binding slightly grubby, end papers lightly foxed. £35.00 (Ref: 93134)

  234. J. B; [Blackburn, Mrs. Hugh] The Crows of Shakespeare. David Douglas, Edinburgh, 1899. 1st Ed, 37.5 x 27.5 Cm, Condition: Fair. Pp. [8], 38, [2], [1 adverts], vignette title page, lithographed frontispiece, 18 further plates accompanied by texts from Shakespeare. Original red morroco spine, pictorial paper-covered boards. Extremities rubbed, tail of spine split, owner's details on front free end paper, some soiling of boards, slight finger soiling of some pages of text. Library label on front pastedown with cataloguing record on front free end paper, unobtrusive blind stamp in bottom right corner of each leaf. £35.00 (Ref: 93386)

  235. Jacque, F. (illustrator). Le Livre D'Or De L'angelus De Millet. Ferroud, Paris, 1891. 1st Ed, 32.5 x 25.5, Condition: Good. Pp. (6), 168. No date but Copac suggests 1891. 17 etchings by Frederic Jacque of which 10 are full page and 7 are vignette. Many pages unopened. Originally in stiff paper wraps, these are retained but with recent cloth spine with black lettering, some wear to wraps but internally very clean. £275.00 (Ref: 93240)

  236. Jones, D. Wood Engraving From Libellus Lapidum. St Dominics Press, Ditchling, 1924. 13.0 x 10.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Undated. Limited ed 11/60 of wood engraving used in Libellus Lapidum. Glazed and mounted and framed in black surround. Crease in middle of leaf and small mark in left margin. [Taylor & Sewell A125 who do not mention a separate printing of engravings from the work]. Over all size including frame 23.0 x 29.0 cm. Price includes VAT at 20 % . £30.00 (Ref: 93294)

  237. Jones, D. (illustrator). The Chester Deluge Play. Clover Hill Editions, London, 1977. 33.0 x 25.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. xv/lxxx specially bound "with a separate set of the wood-engravings on japon", from an overall edition of 337, publisher's morocco-backed marbled boards, suite of additional plates in chemise, together in slipcase. One corner of slipcase slightly rubbed. £1200.00 (Ref: 93199)

  238. Jonson, B. Volpone Or the Fox a Comedy By Ben Jonson First Acted in 1605. Limited Editions Club, Oxford, 1952. 29.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. un-numbered copy of 1500 signed by the artist. Pp. xxv, 164. 18 plates, hand-coloured through stencils after Ben Sussan's original water-colours. Cloth spine with gilt lettering, patterned cloth-covered boards, plain rust coloured dust wrapper slightly worn at extremities. £20.00 (Ref: 93333)

  239. Keats, J. Lamia Isabella the Eve of Saint Agnes & Other Poems. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1928. 31.0x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 464/500. Pp. 103, Titlepage and some initial letters in red and blue, 17 wood-engravings by Robert Gibbings. Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in quarter sharkskin and buckram boards, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. Bookseller's label on front pastedown. £300.00 (Ref: 93172)

  240. Kelly, R.T. Burma Painted and Described. Adam & Charles Black, London, 1905. 26.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited de luxe ed. of 300, this un-numbered and described as "Engraver's Copy" and signed by the author. Pp. xvi, 261. 75 colour plates by the author, folding map at rear. In addition fullpage, signed original watercolour by the author painted on leaf tipped-in before the 1/2 title. Original decorative gilt and colour stamped cloth with gilt lettering to upper board and spine, top edge gilt. Light foxing on end papers, gilt on spine very slightly rubbed. A unique example of an excellent, bright copy. £450.00 (Ref: 93197)

  241. Kelly, R.T. Egypt Painted and Described. Adam & Charles Black, London, 1902. 26.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 500, this un-numbered and described as "Plate Printers's Copy". Pp. xiii, 240. 74 colour plates by the author. In addition fullpage, signed original watercolour by the author painted on the 1/2 title. Original decorative colour stamped cloth with gilt lettering to upper board and spine, top edge gilt. Light foxing on end papers. A unique example of an excellent bright copy. £350.00 (Ref: 93195)

  242. Kempson, E.G.H. and Murray, G.W. Marlborough Town & Countryside. Whittington Press, Andoversford, 1978. 27.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. 207/410 signed by both E.G.H.Kempson and Richard Kennedy. Pp. xvi, 84, (4). Coloured mounted frontis, 5 illustrations by Richard Kennedy, original red buckram with gilt stamped design on upper board, gilt lettering to spine. Dust wrapper slightly frayed, owner's bookplate on v. of front free end paper. £28.00 (Ref: 93221)

  243. Kennedy, Richard. A Boy at the Hogarth Press. Heinemann, 1972. First Trade Ed., ISBN: 0435185101 24.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xii, 86. Illustrated by Richard Kennedy, Hogarth Press poster printed in red and black folded and tipped to rear. Original cloth, dust wrapper slightly rubbed, owners name on front free end paper £24.00 (Ref: 93222)

  244. Kent, R. Salamina. Faber, London, 1936. 1st UK Ed., 21.5 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 352. frontis, illustrated titlepage, 21 full page illustrations, folding map, text illustrations all by the author. Dust wrapper trimmed, soiled and torn with slight loss, now backed on thicker paper. Bookseller's catalogue details affixed to front free end paper. £12.00 (Ref: 93135)

  245. Knowles, R. Precious Caskets : the Friendship of T.E. Lawrence and William McCance. Fleece Press, Huddersfield, 2003. 1st Ed, ISBN: 094837571x 30.0 x 22.0cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. of 240 copies. Pp. 56pp. Tipped-in plates, 8pp. booklet in rear pocket. Cloth-backed marbled boards with paper label. With it publicity letter from the Fleece Press. £145.00 (Ref: 93171)

  246. Laver, J. Ladies' Mistakes, Cupids Changeling, a Stitch in Time, Love's Progress. Nonesuch Press, London, 21.5 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Good. Limited ed. 233/300. Pp. 109. Titlepage decorations and 9 full page illustrations by Thomas Lowinsky. Original marbled paper-covered boards, rather rubbed. Clean internally. £20.00 (Ref: 93137)

  247. Lawrence, S. 45 Wood-Engravers. Simon Lawrence, Wakefield, 1982. ISBN: 0950700312 26.0 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 129/350. Pp. (18) text, (45) wood engravings. printed at the Whittington Press. Bound with cloth spine with marbled paper-covered boards, gilt lettering to spine, top edge tinted green. In slipcase. £320.00 (Ref: 93181)

  248. Lear, E. The Jumblies & the Dong With the Luminous Nose. Methuen, London, 1982. First Thus, ISBN: 0413505308 14.5 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. [85] un-numbered. Illustrated throughout by Edward Gorey. Excellent dust wrapper. £15.00 (Ref: 93138)

  249. Lee, B.N. (editor). Dearest Joana. Fleece Press, Denby Vale, 2000. ISBN: 0948375655 28.0 x 17.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. of 40 specials from a larger edition of 300. 2 vols. Pp.147, (1); (6),154-301, (18). Many colour and other illustrations, including some fold out. This de luxe edition also includes 16 wood engravings which do not appear in the ordinary edition. Bound in 1/4 vellum, with gilt lettering to spine, marbled paper-covered boards, slipcase. £400.00 (Ref: 93185)

  250. Lewis, John; Marx, Enid and Harlin, G For Shop Use Only: Eric Ravilious, Curwen & Dent Stock Blocks & Devices. Garton & Co., Devises, 1993. ISBN: 0906030285 22.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 384/425. Pp. 48. 30 wood engravings, (actual size), red line decorations in text, and tipped in original wood engraving by Ravilious. Bound in cloth spine with paper label, patterned paper-covered boards. £80.00 (Ref: 93265)

  251. Lifar, S. Pensees Sur La Danse. Bordas, Paris, 1946. 32.5 24.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Fair. Limited ed. 373/720 signed by the publisher. 7 full page drawings after Maillol reproduced in offset lithography. Original stiff paper wraps with lettering on upper cover and on spine. Tissue outer wrap torn with some loss. £150.00 (Ref: 93239)

  252. Lorca, F. G. Chant Funebre Pour Ignacio Sanchez Mejias. Krol, Paris, 1949. 33.0 x 24.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. 69/160 signed by Krol. The text of Lorca's poem and the illustrations have been engraved by Krol, 20 engravings + the upper cover. Unbound as issued in stiff paper covers, and tissue outer dust wrapper. Portrait of Ignacio Sanchez Mejias on upper board of hard back cover, repeated on slipcase. Spine of hard cover titled and signed by Krol. Titlepage of book inscribed by Krol "A MSeur et a Madame W.J.Strachan Joeux amicaux et les meilleurs pour 1963 A.Krol". Some wear and soiling to outer slipcase. £1200.00 (Ref: 93231)

  253. Lord, W.T. "On With the Motley". No publisher Mentioned, 1st Ed, 29.5 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 154, comprising titlepage, foreword and 75 pages of caricatures, including 1 in colour, of RAF Group 2 personnel. Copac records one copy only in Imperial War Museum. Binding of original cloth with later spine and gilt lettering. Some rusting from staples in binding otherwise a clean copy. £120.00 (Ref: 93170)

  254. Lucas, F.L. (translator). The Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite. Golden Cockerel Press, London, 1948. 31.0 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. 742/ 750. Pp. 36. 10 engravings by Mark Severin. Original binding of japan vellum spine with gilt lettering, cloth covered boards with gilt design, original glassine dust wrapper creased and frayed. Corners very slightly rubbed. £120.00 (Ref: 93250)

  255. Macgregor, M. The Deserted Village Wood Engraving. 15.0 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Un-mounted, limited edition 12/15 of wood engraving of a ruined church entitled 'Deserted Village' signed by Miriam Macgregor. I have not been able to trace whether it was used in a larger work, it is undated but probably about 1981. Note price includes VAT at 20%. £24.00 (Ref: 93287)

  256. Macgregor, M. Lost Days Wood Engraving. 1981. 12.5 x 17.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Un-mounted, limited edition 4/50 of wood engraving of a tree, entitled 'Lost days' signed by Miriam Macgregor. Used in Jim Turner's book 'Lost Days' published by Whittington Press in 1981. Note price includes VAT at 20%. £24.00 (Ref: 93285)

  257. Macgregor, M. Lost Days Wood Engraving. 1981. 12.5 x 17.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Un-mounted, limited edition 1/50 of wood engraving of a sleeping man, entitled 'Lost days' signed by Miriam Macgregor. Used in Jim Turner's book 'Lost Days' published by Whittington Press in 1981. Note price includes VAT at 20%. £24.00 (Ref: 93286)

  258. Machin, Eve. Nine Poems. Brotherhood of Ruralists, UK, 1987. ISBN: 1870019024 19.5 x 14.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 48/250 signed by the author. Pp. 32. 9 tipped-in illustrations by the members of the Brotherhood of Ruralists and their associates including Ann and Graham Arnold, Annie and Graham Ovenden, John Morley and Diana Howard. Also signed by Eve Machin on the 1/2 title. In original patterned paper covers. £25.00 (Ref: 93255)

  259. Macniece, L. The Other Wing. Faber, Ariel Poems, London, 1954. First Thus, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 4, 1 coloured and 2 un-coloured illustrations by Michael Ayrton. Paperback in original but slightly worn envelope. £15.00 (Ref: 93281)

  260. Mairet, P. The Idea Behind Craftsmanship. New Handworkers' Gallery, London, 1929. 1st Ed, 19.0 x 13.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 11. Handworkers' Pamphlets No1. Printed at St Dominic's Press. Printed wrappers using same hand-made paper as the text. Small rust stain on upper cover, covers a little grubby. [Taylor and Sewell A166} £75.00 (Ref: 93232)

  261. Malory, Sir T. Le Morte D'Arthur: the Birth Life and Acts of King Arthur of His Noble Knights of the Round Table and Their Marvellous Enquests and Adventures the Achieving of the San Greal and in the End Le Morte Darthur With the Dolourous Death and Departing .... Dent, London, 1893. First Thus, 24.0 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. of 1500 copies. 2 vols. Pp. vol 1.lxiv, 456. vol 2. (8), lxv-xc, 457-992. 20 full and double page illustrations, initial letters, borders and ornaments all by Aubrey Beardsley. Original cream cloth binding with gilt design and lettering by Beardsley, top edges gilt. Spines darkened with spine ends just starting to fray, boards slightly darkened and foxed, front free end paper of vol 1 darkened, sporadic foxing, but contents generally sharp and bright. £750.00 (Ref: 93189)

  262. Marsh, H.D. Shades From Jane Austen. Parry Jackman, London, 1975. 1st Ed, 30.0 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited de luxe ed. 128/300. pp. xxxviii, 205, xxxix -xlv. many colour and other illustrations. Bound in full calf with gilt lettering and decoration, all edges gilt, in leather covered slipcase. Slipcase slightly rubbed, spine slightly faded, binding very slightly rubbed. £70.00 (Ref: 93169)

  263. Massingham, H.J. Fifteen Poems. Hayloft Press, Birmingham, 1987. ISBN: 094876404x 21.0 x 14.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. 145/250. Pp. 28. Illustrations by Allen Freer. Paperback with marbled paper dust wrapper with printed label on upper cover. £10.00 (Ref: 93139)

  264. Masters, J. Casnova. Arcadia Press, London, 1970. 24.5 x 17.5 Cm., Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 173/265 signed by the author. Pp. (4), 302. Colour and other illustrations. Bound by Zaehnsdorf in purple pressed morocco with colour and gilt decoration, all edges gilt, slipcase. Spine slightly faded. £230.00 (Ref: 93213)

  265. Mathers, E. Powys. A Circle of Seasons. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1929. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 433/500. Pp. 32. 4 tissue-guarded wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. Original buckram binding with gilt lettering to spine. Spine darkened, bookseller's label on front pastedown. In protective sleeve. £50.00 (Ref: 93141)

  266. Mathers, E. Powys. Procreant Hymn. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1926. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 136/200. Pp. 22. Copper engraved frontis and 4 other fullpage copper engraved plates by Eric Gill. Original cream buckram with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. In protective sleeve. Near fine copy. £800.00 (Ref: 93142)

  267. Mathers, E. Powys. Red Wise. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1925. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 14.0 Cms., Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 319/400. Pp. (8), 101. 8 wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. Original buckram spine with gilt lettering, paper-covered boards. In protective sleeve. Near fine copy. £80.00 (Ref: 93140)

  268. Menpes, D. Venice. Adam & Charles Black, London, 1904. Limited, 26.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited de luxe ed. 22/ 500, signed by the artist. Pp. x223. 100 colour plates by Mortimer Menpes. In addition fullpage, signed original watercolour by the artist painted on a blank leaf bound before the 1/2 title. Original decorative blue and gilt stamped cloth with gilt lettering to upper board and spine, top edge gilt. Gilt on spine slightly rubbed, light foxing on end papers, presentation label on front pastedown, news cutting review of the book tipped-in after contents page, tissue guard to frontis slightly foxed and torn at inner hinge. A unique example. £340.00 (Ref: 93196)

  269. Miller, P. Ana the Runner a Treatise for Princes & Generals Attributed to Prince Mahmoud Abdul. Golden Cockerel Press, London, 1937. 22.0 14.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 78/150, signed by both artist and author. Pp. 110. 6 wood engravings by Clifford Webb. Original 1/4 morocco with buckram boards, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. A near fine copy. With it 3 proof copies of wood engravings from the same work, on slightly discoloured paper, with on foxing mark in a margin. £300.00 (Ref: 93143)

  270. Miller, P. and Fothergill, T. Edward Bawden, an Exhibition of Watercolours, Prints and Book-Illustrations 11th - 30Th June 1984. Spellmans, York, 1984. Limited, Private Press, 15.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 139/600. Pp. 20. Portrait frontis. Catalogue of 130 exhibits. £9.00 (Ref: 93266)

  271. Monro, H. Elm Angel. Faber, London, 1930. 21.0 x 13.0 cms., Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 141/250, signed by the author. Two wood engravings by Eric Ravilious. Original paper-covered boards with gilt lettering on upper cover. Covers just slightly grubby but still an excellent copy. £150.00 (Ref: 93145)

  272. Monro, H. The Winter Solstice. Faber, London, 1928. 21.0 x 13.0 cms., Condition: Very Good. limited ed. 81/500, signed by the author. Two illustrations by David Jones, one coloured the other un-coloured. Original paper-covered boards with gilt lettering on upper cover. Near fine copy. £20.00 (Ref: 93144)

  273. Moore, C. (editor). Countrygoer's Heritage. Countrygoer Books, London, 1945. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 14.0cm, Condition: Fair. Pp. 96. Writer's include, Massingham and Fred Kitchen. Illustrators include Thomas Hennell, Hugh Casson, Tunnicliffe and John Piper. Cover in black, sepia and white by John Piper, contents includes 5 page extract from Piper's Notebook. Paperback. Spine chipped and generally showing signs of wear but nonetheless a scarce and interesting work. £15.00 (Ref: 93233)

  274. Moore, H. Heads Figures and Ideas. Rainbird, London, 1958. First Trade, 46.5 x 32.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 50 + of brief introduction followed by colour facsimile of Moore's sketchbook. Including the autolithograph with Moore's watermarked facsimile signature. Dust wrapper frayed and a little grubby, extremities of book very slightly rubbed £200.00 (Ref: 93257)

  275. Morland, H. David Dancing. Ark Press, Mazarion, 1961. 1st Ed, 21.5 x 12.5 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. of 250 copies. Pp. 48. Illustrations by Mort Baranoff. Dust wrapper slightly grubby and frayed. £28.00 (Ref: 93146)

  276. Morris, W. The Defence of Guenevere and Other Poems. John Lane, London, 1904. First Thus, 19.0 x 12.0 Cms, Condition: Fine. D/w: Good. Pp. 310. illustrated throughout by Jessie M. King including 25 fullpage. Original cloth with gilt design by King on both boards and spine, top edge gilt. Owner's details on front free end paper, spine faded, extremities slightly rubbed, end papers slightly foxed, one illustrated leaf creased on two edges, cloth on lower board partly bubbled, spine slightly skewed. Not as bad a copy as this description makes it appear. £150.00 (Ref: 93385)

  277. Mott, M.J. Visionary Words and Images. Gainsborough House Print Workshop (printer), Sudbury, 25.0 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 6/30 signed by Miranda Mott. An Artists Book consisting of Title with limitation, text of poem, 4 mounted, tissue guarded, coloured etchings. Contained in solander case of black cloth with silver lettering, each etching separately titled, numbered and signed by the artist. With it, associated ephemera. £150.00 (Ref: 93223)

  278. Mottram, R.H. Strawberry Time and the Banquet. Golden Cockerel Press, London, 1934. 23.5 x 15.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 154/250 signed by the author. 4 wood engravings by Gertrude Hermes. Original green morocco spine with gilt lettering, patterned cloth covered boards, top edge gilt. Spine very slightly faded and skewed at top, slipcase. £75.00 (Ref: 93251)

  279. Muir, E. Prometheus. Faber, Ariel Poems, London, 1954. First Thus, 21.5 x 13.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 4, 1 coloured and 2 un-coloured illustrations by John Piper. Paperback, in original but slightly worn envelope. £15.00 (Ref: 93282)

  280. Myers, C. The Book Decorations of Thomas Lowinsky: With a Memoir By Katherine Thirkell and an Annotated Checklist By Oliver Clark. Incline Press, Oldham, 2001. 1st Ed, 32.0 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 24/250. Pp. 120 [4]. Many illustrations, including tipped-in facsimiles, two hand coloured, and including facsimile letter inserted loose. Bound in 1/2 cloth with gilt lettering to spine, patterned paper-covered boards, slipcase. With it folding prospectus for the book. £140.00 (Ref: 93187)

  281. Nash, P. Places 7 Prints From Woodblocks. Heinemann, London, 1922. 1st Ed, 28.0 x 21.5cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 60/200. Pp. 8 illustrations including large pictorial tail-piece, text in facsimile of a decorated manuscript, original cloth-backed pictorial boards. Fore corners rubbed, both boards cracked horizontally roughly half way down, minor foxing of boards. Contents clean. £500.00 (Ref: 93176)

  282. Newman, L. M. The White Fan : Gordon Craig's Neglected Masterpiece of Symbolist Staging. Malkin Press, 2009. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0950492825 30.5 x 22.0 Cms, Condition: Fair. Limited ed. of 225 copies. Pp. 32. Illustrated by Edward Gordon Craig. Marbled paper wraps with white printed label on upper cover. £35.00 (Ref: 93216)

  283. Newman, L.M. (editor). Black Figures: 105 Reproductions With an Unpublished Essay. Christopher Skelton, 1989. ISBN: 0948906065 31.0 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. D/w: Fair. Limited ed. of 500 copies. Pp. 164, (2). 105 illustrations by Edward Gordon Craig. Original blindstamped black cloth with paper label on spine, glassine dust wrapper torn with slight loss. £100.00 (Ref: 93215)

  284. Nicholls, N. A Kind of Calendar: a Display of Broadsheets, Squibs, Broadsides, Poster Poems, Prints, Polite Graffiti for the Delectation of Those Who Desire to Be Delected. Noell Nicholls, 1975. 1st Ed, Privately Printed, 20.0 x 14.5 Cms., Condition: Good. No date or place of publication. Pp. 74. Many illustrations by the author. Mostly printed in black but with some illustrations or decorations in red or brown. Card covers, front cover with corner bent. £20.00 (Ref: 93148)

  285. Nichols, B. (Introduction). The Fifth New Yorker Album. John Lane, London, 1933. 1st UK Ed., 30.0 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. (8), (136) cartoons. Original cloth spine with paper-covered boards. Spine blotchily faded, extremities slightly rubbed. Dust wrapper price-clipped and torn with some loss, some darkening of paper of dust wrapper. Introduction by Beverley Nichols (the US edition had one by Thurber), cartoonists include Thurber, Arno, Soglow etc. £20.00 (Ref: 93396)

  286. Nicoll, M. Poems. Privately Bound and Printed at New End House Hampstead, Hampstead, 1956. 21.0 14.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed, 2 of unspecified number. Pp. (4), 9 (printed on one side only). Bound in full morocco with gilt decoration and lettering. Boards rather bowed. £75.00 (Ref: 93147)

  287. North, B.N. (editor). Dearest Sydney Joan Hassall's Letters to Sydney Cockerell. Fleece Press, Netherton, 1991. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0948375302 26.5 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 220 copies. Pp. 70. 5 tipped-in illustrations consisting of 3 portraits, facsimile letter and facsimile postcard. Original cloth spine with paper label, patterned paper-covered boards. With it ms postcard from Simon Lawrence to Peter Foster. £60.00 (Ref: 93274)

  288. O'Connor, John; O'Connor, Jeannie. The English Scene. Whittington Press, Risbury, 2004. ISBN: 1854280732 30.5 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. xxvi/55 special, initialled by the artist. 33 fullpage wood engravings or linocuts, some in several colours, with O'Connor's remarks on them as recorded by John Randle. With separate portfolio of artists proofs including one, "Trout's Dale", signed by the artist. The book beautifully bound in 1/2 pressed red morocco, gilt lettering to spine, decorative paper-covered boards. The portfolio 1/2 cloth with plain paper-covered boards. Matching slipcase. £475.00 (Ref: 93228)

  289. Palgrave, F. T. Gems of English Art. Routledge, 1869. 1st Ed, 25.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 144. 20 chromolithograph plates by Leighton Bros. Original very colourful decorative cloth, all edges gilt. Some fading of spine, sporadic foxing, new end papers. £40.00 (Ref: 93275)

  290. Paltock, R. The Life & Adventures of Peter Wilkins. Dent, London, 1928. First Thus, 11.5 x 8.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. xxviii, 342. Colour frontis and 16 colour plates by Edward Bawden (4 double page). Pastedowns also with coloured designs by Bawden. Original blue cloth with gilt design on upper board and gilt lettering to spine. Extremities rubbed but contents clean. £25.00 (Ref: 93247)

  291. Parry, Judge (retold by). Don Quixote of the Mancha. Blackie, London, 1900. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 15.0 Cms, Condition: Good. pp. xii, 245, (2) publisher's ads. Illustrated by Walter Crane with 11 colour plates, two-colour titlepage and other uncoloured text illustrations. pictorial cloth also by Crane. End papers marked, news cutting pasted on front free end paper, extremities slightly rubbed, in protective sleeve. £30.00 (Ref: 93119)

  292. Peake, M. The Craft of the Lead Pencil. Alan Wingate, London, 1946. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 14.0cm, Condition: Good. Pp. (2), 20. Illustrated by the author. Boards slightly rubbed, slight foxing, bookseller's label on front pastedown. £50.00 (Ref: 93149)

  293. Penn, W. Some Fruits of Solitude in Reflections and Maxims, Relating to the Conduct of Human Life. Essex House Press, London, 1901. 15.0 x 11.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. 235/250. Pp. xiv, 257+(1). printed in red and black, titlepage illustration by T. Sturge Moore. Bound in full vellum, black lettering to spine. Vellum bowed and very slightly soiled. £300.00 (Ref: 93150)

  294. Pepler, H. & C. At the Crib: the Wren. St Dominics Press, Ditchling, 1930. 23.0 x 12.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Undated. Single sheet poem by the Pepler's designed as a Christmas card with head piece wood engraving of a wren by Mary Dudley Short. Glazed and mounted and framed in plain wood surround. Crease in middle of leaf and small mark in left margin. [Taylor & Sewell E9 who suggest 1930 as likely date]. Over all size including frame 32.0 x 42.0 cm. Price includes VAT at 20 % £60.00 (Ref: 93293)

  295. Philips, A. The Illustrations of William Blake for Thornton's Virgil With the First Eclogue and the Imitation By Ambrose Philips. Nonesuch Press, London, 1937. 23.0 x 14.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 444/1000. Pp. 38, (16). the illustrations are: Blake's illustrations as published, proofs of 8 of Blake's blocks in their original state; 16 of Blake's pencil designs for the wood-engravings. Additionally, 17 separate prints of the woodblocks in a paper folder in a pocket attached to rear pastedown. Bound in patterned paper-covered boards, slightly darkened and very slightly rubbed at extremities. Owner's details on front free end paper. £45.00 (Ref: 93151)

  296. Picasso, P. 40 Dessins De Picasso En Marge Du Buffon. Jonquiers, Paris, 1957. 37.0 x 28.0 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Fair. 40 numbered plates by Picasso (including plate 30 comprised in front cover), plus an unnumbered double-page dedication plate and a double-page explanation leaf. Thick paper covers, outer tissue dust wrapper torn with slight loss, some leaves of contents detached. Contents clean. £250.00 (Ref: 93264)

  297. Pindar. Pindar's Odes of Victory. Vol 1 Only.. Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-upon-avon, 1930. 14th Ed., 27.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Fair. Limited ed. 156/250. Pp. xxi, 193. Titlepage vignette and 36 headpieces are woodcuts by John Farleigh. Translated by C.J.Billson. Printed with Greek text, in cyrillic characters on opposite page to English translation. Ex library, bound in contemporary 1/4 red morocco with library reference in gilt on spine, library stamp on front end papers and titlepage, library pocket on rear pastedown and label on rear free end paper, one other stamp on text page. Spine faded and slightly rubbed. £50.00 (Ref: 93401)

  298. Plutarch. Lives of the Noble Grecians & Romanes. 5 Vols Complete. Nonesuch Press, London, 1929. 30.5 X19.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 1550 copies this one "out of series for review". 5 vols complete. Pp. Vol 1. (6), xxix, (1), 431, (1). vol 2. (8), 442, (2). vol 3. (8), 454, (2), vol 4. (8), 482, (6). vol 5. (8), 410, (2). Illustrations by T.L.Poulton. Bound in original uniform brown buckram with bevelled edges, top edges gilt, paper labels to spine. Showing slight signs of wear, including chipping to one label, browning to front free end papers. £100.00 (Ref: 93190)

  299. Postan, A. The Complete Graphic Work of Paul Nash. Secker & Warburg, London, 1973. 23.5 x 16.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 34/43 signed by the author. Pp, 87. Many illustrations. This special edition is with four tipped-in, previously unpublished woodcuts numbered and with the authentication stamp of the Paul Nash Trust. Bound in 1/4 morocco with buckram boards, in buckram slipcase. Spine of slipcase slightly bubbled, spine ends of book slightly rubbed. £400.00 (Ref: 93178)

  300. Priestley, J.B. The Happy Dream. Whittington Press, Andoversford, 1976. 19.0 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Fine. Limited ed, 55/400 signed by the author. Pp. (8), 36, (2). Cloth spine with gilt lettering, marbled paper-covered boards. Slipcase with slight signs of use. £65.00 (Ref: 93152)

  301. Quennell, N. A Lovers Progress Seventeenth Century Lyrics. Golden Cockerel Press, United Kingdom, 1938. 30.0 x 18.0cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 200/215. Pp.86. Titlepage printed in black and gold, initial letters in red. Binding by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in cream morocco spine with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, buckram boards. Binding showing signs of handling, contents very clean. £150.00 (Ref: 93179)

  302. Rashley, E. Nine Mths. Avenue Press, Newton Abbot, 2000. ISBN: 0953327094 15.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 94/266 signed by the author. Pp. 20 each with linocut illustration. Spiral binding to spine. £15.00 (Ref: 93424)

  303. Read, H. The Parliament of Women a Drama in Three Acts. Vine Press, Hemingford Grey, 1960. 29.5 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Fair. Limited ed. of 100 copies, this one out of series. Pp. 120. 4 fullpage colour illustrations by Reg Boulton, colour titlepage design by John Peters. Bound in 1/4 morocco with gilt lettering to spine, top and fore edge gilt, marbled paper-covered boards. With it, prospectus, Vine Press compliment slip and number from Private Library Journal reviewing the work. An excellent copy but with small bookworm hole at foot of spine which has penetrated to front inner hinge. Glassine dust wrapper torn with some loss. £250.00 (Ref: 93206)

  304. Richardson, Henry Handel. Christkindleins Wiegenlied. an Old German Carol Set to Music.. Ulysses Press, London, 1931. 22.0 x 14.0cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 187/250 signed by the author. Pp. (8). including 2 pages of musical notation. original screen printed covers. Inscription on front free end paper "To Beatrice Warde - with all glad tidings from the 'would be' publisher Jacob Schwartz" (actually a bookseller). The name Henry Handel Richardson (an Australian novelist) was the pseudonym for Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson. £70.00 (Ref: 93153)

  305. Rossetti, C. Goblin Market. Artists' Choice Editions, Oxford, 2003. 28.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. limited ed. 45/240 signed by the artist. Pp. 32. Well illustrated by Hilary Paynter. Pictorial paper-covered boards. £60.00 (Ref: 93246)

  306. Rossetti, D.G. Sonnets and Lyrical Poems. Kelmscott Press, Hammersmith, 1894. 20.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Limited edition, one of 310 copies. Pp. (xii), 197, (1) pp. Printed in red and black with decorative initial letters. Original full limp vellum, silk ties defective. Gilt lettering to spine. Vellum rather curling and soiled, front free end paper soiled, owner's details dated 1896 on first blank. Contents clean and bright. £1200.00 (Ref: 93155)

  307. Russell, George. ("AE"]. Dark Weeping. Faber, London, 1929. 1st Ed, 18.5 x 12.0cms, Condition: Very Good. Cover design and one colour illustration by Paul Nash. No.19 in 'The Ariel Poems' series. Ruari McLean's book label on front free end paper. Paperback. An excellent copy. £35.00 (Ref: 93154)

  308. Rutter, F. (editor). The British Empire Panels Designed for the House of Lords. F.Lewis, Benfleet, 1933. 1st Ed, 28.0 x 21.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Limirted ed. 53/200 signed by the artist. Pp. 145, 51 plates with some, including folding frontis, in colour. Original etching signed by Brangwyn in front pocket. Original cream buckram with gilt lettering to spine and upper board, top edge gilt. Binding sound but slightly grubby, cloth slightly bubbled at one point on upper board, sporadic foxing of contents but plates and original etching unaffected. £260.00 (Ref: 93184)

  309. Sandford, C. and Rutter, O. Chanticleer. Golden Cockerel Press, London, 1936. 25.5 x 16.0cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 265/300. Signed by Christopher Sandford only although expressed to be "signed by the partners". Pp. (44). Illustrated throughout with 34 wood engravings taken from the books. Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in 1/4 morocco with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, patterned cloth-covered boards. Bookseller's label, on front pastedown, barely perceptible traces of ownership stamp removed from verso of titlepage £175.00 (Ref: 93167)

  310. Sandford, C. and Rutter, O. Pertelote. Golden Cockerel Press, London, 1943. 25.5 x 16.0cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 70/200. Signed by the partners. Pp. 52. Illustrated throughout with 35 wood engravings taken from the books. Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in 1/4 morocco with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, patterned cloth-covered boards. Bookseller's label, on front pastedown, barely perceptible traces of ownership stamp removed from verso of titlepage, some slight darkening of paper. £175.00 (Ref: 93168)

  311. Shakespeare, W. A Memento of the Quarter-Centenary of William Shakespeare 1564-1964. Stanbrook Abbey Press, Worcester., 1964. 25.0 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 200 copies. Pp. 16. Printed in blue and black on Millbourn handmade paper. Two hand-drawn initials by Margaret Adams, one in gold (with tissue guard), the other in blue. Quarter Japan vellum with boards covered in black, blue and white 'hand stencil dyed' paper by the Takumi artists of Tokyo. Some blue spotting on spine but probably from the stencilled paper on the boards. (Butcher A10). £90.00 (Ref: 93326)

  312. Shakespeare, W. Midsommer Nights Dreame. Bennett Bros, London, 1924. 32.0 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 7/100 signed by Harley Granville Barker (editor), Albert Rutherston (art director) and Paul Nash (illustrator). Pp. liii, (iii), 72, (12). 10 pages of illustrations by Paul Nash, 5 of which are in colour. Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press, with titlepage in black and red. Bound by Riviere in magnificent full black morocco with gilt decoration on both boards and spine, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. Bookseller's label on front pastedown. cardboard slipcase showning slight soiling. £725.00 (Ref: 93219)

  313. Shakespeare, W. Midsommer Nights Dreame. Bennett Bros, London, 1924. 32.0 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Fair. Limited ed. un-numbered copy of 500. Pp. liii, (iii), 72, (12). 10 pages of illustrations by Paul Nash, 5 of which are in colour. Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press, with titlepage in black and red. Bound in linen spine with paper-covered boards. Extremities rubbed, rather grubby but contents clean. £50.00 (Ref: 93252)

  314. Shewring, W.H.F. (translator). Meditations on Our Lady. St Dominics Press, Ditchling, 29.5 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Fair. Limited ed, 4/100 on Batchelor hand-made paper. Pp. (4), 41, (9). 8 wood engravings by Philip Hagreen, press device by Gill. Original 1/4 leather with gilt lettering, paper-covered boards with hand-coloured wood engraving on upper board. Corners rubbed, with some loss to spine ends, boards grubby, end papers darkened, with owner's presentation details on front free end paper. [Taylor and Sewell A176]. £120.00 (Ref: 93218)

  315. Sitwell, Edith; Walton, William. Facade : an Entertainment. Oxford University Press, London, 1972. ISBN: 019359403x 30.5 x 22.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. 26/250 signed by William Walton. Pp. xxxix, 111. Colour illustrations by John Piper. Bound in 1/4 black morocco with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, boards covered with paper using coloured design by Piper. 45 rpm recording of the work inside front cover. In original glassine cover, in solander case with gilt lettering on upper flap. £250.00 (Ref: 93229)

  316. Smart, C. A Song to David. Rampant Lion Press, Cambridge, 1960. 30.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. 177/600. Pp. xxii, 40. Printed in black and blue, frontis by Lynton Lamb. Original binding of japan vellum spine with gilt lettering, patterned paper-covered boards. Extremities slightly rubbed, dust wrapper slightly torn and now in protective sleeve, a little light sporadic foxing. £15.00 (Ref: 93277)

  317. Spenser, E. The Shepheards Calendar. Cressett Press, London, 1930. 32.0 x 19.0 Cm., Condition: Fair. Limited ed. 283/350. pp. xxiii, 135. Titlepage and 12 vignette illustrations by John Nash, pochoir coloured. Original vellum spine with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, recent marbled paper-covered boards. Vellum spine badly damp marked, some small signs of damp on end papers, book label of Richard Garnett on front pastedown. Contents clean and bright. £150.00 (Ref: 93263)

  318. St John, St J. To the War With Waugh. Whittington Press, London, 1973. 27.0 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. numbered IV in roman numerals and specially bound, of a larger limited edition of 600 copies, signed by the author. Pp. xii, 60. specially bound by Hunter & Foulis of Edinburgh in full calf with gilt motorcar design by Peter MacKarell on upper board, gilt lettering to spine and all edges gilt. The second book published by the Press, in Butcher's bibliography no. 2 where John Randle says 'The binding is not entirely satisfactory'. The tipped-in frontis has yellowed at top margin where glued in (this is the case in every copy I have seen) and the polish on the leather of the spine of the special binding is disintegrating. The colophon does not indicate the limitation of the specials but according to Butcher it was 12. In slightly worn slipcase. £100.00 (Ref: 93267)

  319. Stanley, K.A. A Notable Experience in the Life of Mr Endymion Pounceby. Hornsey School of Art Press, Hornsey, 1933. 30.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 12/20. Pp. 26. 14 wood engravings by the author. Cloth spine with patterned paper-covered boards, Extremities very slightly rubbed, some very light foxing. Inscribed by the author on front free end paper £20.00 (Ref: 93331)

  320. Steele, R. (editor). Some Old French and English Ballads. Eragny Press, London, 1905. 1st Ed, 20.5 x 13.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 200 copies. Pp. (2), 60, (2). Printed in red and black. 1 coloured. wood engraving, initial letters by Lucien Pissaro, text includes some musical notation. Bookplate of George Harry Milsted (by Thomas Sturge Moore) on front free end paper. Original patterned paper-covered boards with gilt lettering. Spine ends slightly frayed, fore corners very slightly rubbed, front free end paper darkened, small library reference number on v. of titlepage contents otherwise very clean. £150.00 (Ref: 93156)

  321. Steinlen. Des Chats Images Sans Paroles. Flammarion, Paris, 1890. 1st Ed, 44.5 x 31.0 Cm, Condition: Fair. No date, Copac suggests 189? Pp. 26 of illustrations. Board covers with coloured pictures of cats. Corners rubbed, Library label on front pastedown with cataloguing record on front free end paper, unobtrusive blind stamp in bottom right corner of each leaf. £150.00 (Ref: 93384)

  322. Stone, Reynolds; James, Angela. Reynolds Stone : Engravings. John Murray, London, 1977. First Trade Ed., ISBN: 0719534348 28.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xli, 151. Intro by Kenneth Clark. 151 pages of wood engravings, some in colour. Original buckram with gilt lettering to spine, top edge tinted. Dust wrapper slightly frayed and grubby but now in protective sleeve. £40.00 (Ref: 93241)

  323. Stone, Reynolds; James, Angela. Reynolds Stone : Engravings. Murray, London, 1977. ISBN: 0719534356 28.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 95/ 150 signed by Reynolds Stone. Pp. xli, 151. Intro by Kenneth Clark. 151 pages of wood engravings, some in colour. Original buckram with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. With it in folder tipped in to front end paper, original signed wood engraving by Stone. Owner's bookplate on front free end paper. Slipcase corners slightly rubbed. £400.00 (Ref: 93242)

  324. Strachan, W. Masks and Other Poems. Old Stile Press, Llandogo, 2000. ISBN: 0907664504 28.5 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 11/100 signed by all 12 artists. Pp. 72. 12 fullpage, tissue-guarded illustrations, one each by Abram Krol, Vincent Guiro, Peter Thursby, Peter Rhoades, Jacques Houplain, Ivor Livi, Louttre B., Jean Peschard, Robert Blamchet, Wendy Taylor, Mario Avati and Natalie d'Arbeloff. Unbound as issued in stiff paper wraps. All in slipcase which is slightly dented on one edge. £300.00 (Ref: 93227)

  325. Strong, L.A.G. The Big Man.. Furnivall Books, London, 1931. 25.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 415/550 signed by the author. pp. 46, Frontis by Tirzah Garwood. Original blue buckram with gilt lettering to spine and upper board, top edge gilt. Publishers' correction slip tipped in to titlepage. Binding patchily faded and slightly bubbled. £20.00 (Ref: 93279)

  326. Swift, J. Gulliver's Travels. Herbert Press, London, 1984. New Edition, ISBN: 0906969387 23.0 x 16.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 256. Illustrated by Rex Whistler. Bound in full morocco by Peter Foster (of Vine Press) with gilt lettering to spine and top edge gilt. The front of original dust wrapper has been bound in, dust wrapper spine and front flap loosely inserted. Book plate of Peter Foster on front pastedown. £25.00 (Ref: 93254)

  327. Symonds, J.A. (translator). The Life on Benvenuto Cellini. Vale Press, London, 1900. 29.0 x 19.0 Cm, Condition: Good. 2 Vols. Limited ed. of 300 copies. Pp. clxxxvii + clxxxviii + (1). Decorations by Charles Ricketts. Rebound later, but not recently in 1/4 cream morocco with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt, marbled paper-covered boards. Some foxing on a few pages, slight shelf wear to lower edges of boards, original labels tipped-in at rear, bookseller's catalogue entries tipped-in at front. £200.00 (Ref: 93230)

  328. Sysonby, R. Lady Sysonby's Cook Book. Putnams, London, 1928. New Edition, 18.5 x 11.5cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xi, 264. Dust wrapper and coloured illustrations by Oliver Messell, upper board and spine with black stamped design by Messell. Dust wrapper price-clipped, slightly frayed and soiled, but in protective sleeve. Owner's initials on front pastedown. £45.00 (Ref: 93108)

  329. Tanner, Heather; Tanner, Robin. A Country Alphabet. Old Stile Press, London, 1984. ISBN: 0907664059 26.0 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 73/160 signed by both authors on 1/2 title. Pp. 64. An alphabet of decorative capital letters designed by Robin Tanner. 1/4 morocco with gilt lettering, patterned paper-covered boards, slipcase. Owner's details on first blank. £250.00 (Ref: 93272)

  330. Tanner, Heather; Tanner, Robin. A Country Book of Days. Old Stile Press, London, 1986. ISBN: 0907664091 26.0 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 91/200 signed by both authors on 1/2 title. Pp. 62. Fullpage illustrations by Robin Tanner. 1/4 morocco with gilt lettering, patterned paper-covered boards, slipcase. Owner's details on first blank. £190.00 (Ref: 93273)

  331. Tanner, Heather; Tanner, Robin. Woodland Plants. Robin Garton Ltd, 1981. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0906030153 28.0 x 21.0 Cm., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Poor. Limited ed. un-numbered copy (review copy) of 950. Pp. 215. Well illustrated, original cloth with gilt lettering to spine, dust wrapper. £20.00 (Ref: 93271)

  332. Tanner, R. Double Harness. Impact Books, 1987. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0245545263 24.5 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. (8), 215. Many illustrations by the author. Original cloth with gilt lettering to spine, dust wrapper. £18.00 (Ref: 93268)

  333. Tanner, Robin The Etcher's Craft. Friends of Bristol Art Gallery, Bristol, 1980. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0950724203 25.5 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. 133. Well illustrated. Original cloth spine with gilt lettering, paper-covered boards. Glassine dust wrapper rather torn, crudely repaired. £30.00 (Ref: 93270)

  334. Tanner, Robin Robin Tanner: the Etchings. Garton & Co., London, 1988. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0906030218 31.0 x 25.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. of 1000 copies. Pp. (6), 154. Well illustrated with a catalogue raisonnee of the etchings. Original cloth with gilt lettering to spine, dust wrapper. £200.00 (Ref: 93269)

  335. Tellier, J. Abd-Er-Rhaman in Paradise. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1928. 22.0 14.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 171/400. Pp. [2], 34 pp, [1], 3 full sized tissue-guarded plates and 1 vignette by Paul Nash. Cloth spine with gilt lettering, marbled paper-covered boards, top edge gilt. Bookseller's label on front pastedown. £140.00 (Ref: 93158)

  336. Thomas, E. The Diary of Edward Thomas. Whittington Press, Andoversford, 1977. 25.0 x 16.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 403/575, signed by Myfanwy Thomas (foreword), Roland Gant (introduction) and Hellmuth Weissenborn (illustrator). Pp. xvi, 36. Vignette illustrations by Weissenborn. Original cloth spine with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, paper-covered boards, slipcase. faint ex library stamp on last page, slipcase slightly rubbed. £50.00 (Ref: 93237)

  337. Thornley, G. Daphnis & Chloe: a Most Sweet, and Pleasant Pastorall Romance for Young Ladies. Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, 1923. Limited, 25.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 195/450. Pp. 110. Original binding of cloth spine with paper label, paper-covered boards. Extremities rubbed, end papers darkened, slight foxing on boards. Translated form the Greek of Longus. £30.00 (Ref: 93276)

  338. Tingle, M. Jonah and the Whale. Avenue Press, Newton Abbot, 2001. ISBN: 1903902045 15.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Undated but Copac suggests 2001. Limited ed. 18/225 signed by the author. Pp. 22 each with linocut or pen drawing illustration. Spiral binding to spine. Covers bent. £10.00 (Ref: 93426)

  339. Tingle, V. An Impiary. Avenue Press, Newton Abbot, 2001. ISBN: 1903902010 15.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 15/225 signed by the author. Pp. 32 each with linocut illustration. Spiral binding to spine. £15.00 (Ref: 93425)

  340. Tucker, A. The Crystal Carol and Other Poems. Daedalus Press, Wymondham, 1976. 1st Paperback Ed., 20.0 x 11.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 12. Frontis and text illustrations by Steve Wallhead. With compliment slip signed by author, signed by author on last page and typo corrected with author's initialling. £10.00 (Ref: 93387)

  341. Turner, J. Lost Days. Whittington Press, Andoversford, 1981. 26.0 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. 87/100 signed by author and artist, this copy hand-coloured by the artist. Pp. (31). 7 wood engravings by Miriam Macgregor. Bound in patterned cloth with paper label to spine, slipcase. £300.00 (Ref: 93205)

  342. Ullmann, A. Ravilious at War the Complete Works of Eric Ravilious, September 1939 - September 1942. Fleece Press, Upper Denby, 2002. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0948375701 24.0 x 30.0cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. of 750 copies. Pp. 300. 200 illustrations, including 150 colour plates. Bound in blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine, paper label on upper board. £500.00 (Ref: 93186)

  343. Various. The Butterfly. Volumes 1 & 2. Grant Richards, 1899. 1st Ed, 24.5 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Fair. Volumes 1 and 2 (all published) in twelve original parts complete with original covers, adverts and index. Contributors include Max Beerbom, Baron Corvo, Maurice Grieffenhagen, Arthur Morrison, Walter Emanuel, Joseph Pennell, and others. Paper covers darkened and frayed, some detached, some repaired with sellotape. £120.00 (Ref: 93188)

  344. Various. The Dedicated Traveller. School of Graphic Arts Royal College of Art, London, 1981. 19.5 x 11.5 Cms., Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 52/110. Comprising 7 booklets being extracts from interesting travel writers with illustrations and format design to suit the subject matter. In near fine condition. All contained in stiff marbled paper slipcase with paper seal which has been opened. £65.00 (Ref: 93157)

  345. Vine Press (printers). Church Membership Campaign. Vine Press, Hemingford Grey, 1961. 25.5 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 300 copies. Pp. 12. Printed in red and black, wood engravings by Reg Boulton. With it associated booklet. £20.00 (Ref: 93260)

  346. Vine Press (printers). Church Membership Campaign. Vine Press, Hemingford Grey, 1961. 25.5 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 300 copies. Pp. 12. Printed in red and black, wood engravings by Reg Boulton. With 2 associated booklets bound in and with separate copies of the wood engravings tipped-in on one leaf. £30.00 (Ref: 93261)

  347. Virgil. An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil. Seeley & Co., London, 1883. 36.5 x 25.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed, large paper copy, 75/135. Pp. (i) -xv; (1)-102. 5 etchings and nine facsimile drawings by Samuel Palmer. Contemporary 1/2 morocco with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt, cloth covered boards. Extremities rubbed, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, some foxing on end papers and prelims, small stain on 1/2 titleplates generally clean, some browning of paper margins of plates. £1000.00 (Ref: 93203)

  348. Virgil. Georgics. Limited Editions Club, New York, 1952. 30.0 x 21.00 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 469/1500 signed by Bruno Bramanti and G.Mardersteig (printer). Pp. xvi, 157. John Dryden's translation. Illustrated with wood engravings by Bruno Bramanti. Printed at The Officina Bodoni. Cloth spine with gilt lettering, patterned paper-covered boards. Slipcase rubbed. £40.00 (Ref: 93280)

  349. Webster, J. The Duchess of Malfi. Sylvan Press, London, 1945. 25.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. 7/100 signed by the artist. Pp. xxvi, 88. 10 full page and several vignette illustrations by Michael Ayrton. Original giltstamped blue cloth, top edge gilt. Dust wrapper grubby and slightly frayed. £20.00 (Ref: 93226)

  350. Weissenborn, Hellmuth. Towns. Acorn Press, London, 1985. ISBN: 0902015230 25.5 x 36.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 36/60, 16 linocuts printed from the original blocks and hand-coloured by Sylvia Stokeld. Bound Japanese style tied with grey cord, paper-covered boards. Slipcase very slightly worn. Printed at the Whittington Press. £140.00 (Ref: 93193)

  351. Weissenborn, Hellmuth; Weissenborn, Florian. Roads, Rails, Bridges : Twenty-Five Hand-Coloured Linocuts. Acorn Press, London, 1979. ISBN: 0902015109 25.5 x 36.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 18/60, signed by the artist. 25 linocuts printed from the original blocks and hand-coloured by the artist. Bound Japanese style, tied with grey cord, paper-covered boards, with label on upper board. Slipcase very slightly worn. Printed at the Whittington Press. £220.00 (Ref: 93192)

  352. Whistler, Laurence. The Image on the Glass. John Murray, 1975. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0719532752 27.0 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 176. 80 illustrations. Original giltstamped cloth, with dust wrapper. Various associated illustrations with it or tipped-in including ms postcard from Laurence Whistler to Peter Foster. With it also 26 page illustrated guide to the engraved glass windows at St Nicholas Church, Moreton. £15.00 (Ref: 93262)

  353. Whitfield, C. A Christmas Visit. The Author, Campden, 1937. 1st Ed, 21.0 x 13.5 cms., Condition: Fair. Pp. 8, printed in red and black at The Broadwater Press for private circulation as a Christmas greeting. paper darkened and a little soiled. £8.00 (Ref: 93383)

  354. Wilde, O. After Berneval. Letters of Oscar Wilde to Robert Ross. Beaumont Press, London, 1922. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 14.0cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 376/400. Pp.66. Cover and decorations by Randolph Schwabe. Bound in cloth spine with gilt lettering, patterned paper-covered boards. Binding showing very slight signs of use. £75.00 (Ref: 93159)

  355. Wilde, O. L'Anniversaire De L'infante. Black Sun Press, Paris, 1928. Limited, 28.0 x 22.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 89/100. pp. iv, 40, (2). 9 tissue-guarded plates, decoration on page 1 of text and tailpiece all by Alastair. Bound in later but not recent full pale green calf, original wrappers bound in. Later slipcase. Corners of calf slightly rubbed, spine faded, scuff mark on spine. £800.00 (Ref: 93208)

  356. Williams, C. Heroes & Kings. Sylvan Press, London, 1930. 30.0 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 25/350 signed by Charles Williams, Norman Janes and Hubert J. Foss (designer of the book). Pp. (74). With vignette wood engravings by Norman Janes. Original binding of coarse woven red cloth with gilt decoration to upper board, top edge gilt. Fore corners bumped, small stain on upper board. With it signed but rather creased proof wood engraving by W.R.H.Johnson from "Legends of the Flowers" (See Studio publication Wood Engraving of the 1930s]. With it also 14 other wood engravings, unsigned, but probably by Johnson. £200.00 (Ref: 93236)

  357. Yorke, M. The Inward Laugh, Edward Bawden and His Circle. Fleece Press, Upper Denby, 2005. ISBN: 0948375779 34.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Limited ed. of 750 copies. Pp.287. Many colour and other illustrations, including some fold-out. Cloth spine with paper label, paper-covered boards incorporating Bawden design. £195.00 (Ref: 93183)

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  358. Anon. Ivon Hitchens Exhibition Catalogue. Robert Sandelson, London, 1999. 1st Ed, 14.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. Pp. 16. 7 colour plates by Hitchens. £5.00 (Ref: 93359)

  359. Appell, J.W. (editor). The Dream of Poliphilus. Facsimiles of 168 Woodcuts in the "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili", Venice, 1499.. W. Griggs, London, 1889. 1st Ed, 30.5 x 21.5 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 12, 168 woodcuts. Original cloth. Binding and titlepage very foxed, some foxing elsewhere but illustrations generally clean, spine ends frayed. Bookplates of David Garnett and Richard Garnett on front pastedown, inscribed to Rachel Garnett from Frederick Pollock on front free end paper. £50.00 (Ref: 93371)

  360. Arnold, Bruce. Orpen : Mirror to an Age. Cape., London, 1981. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0224015818 24.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 448. Well illustrated. £30.00 (Ref: 93356)

  361. Art Journal (publisher). Decorative Artists. E. Burne-Jones, William Morris, Walter Crane. Art Journal, London, 1898. 2nd Imp., 31.5 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Reprinted from the Art Journal. The Decorative Art of Sir Edward Burne-Jones, 1900. Pp. 32 with 4 colour plates. William Morris and his Art, 1899. Pp 32 with 4 colour plates. The Work of Walter Crane, 1898. Pp. 32. Un-coloured frontis, 2 fullpage colour plates, colour and other illustrations. Extremities rubbed, owner's book label on front free end paper, some old stitch holes on some pages. £20.00 (Ref: 93422)

  362. Bandera, M. C. And Miracco, R. (editors). Morandi 1890-1964. Skira, Milan, 2008. 1st English Ed, ISBN: 9788861307162 28.0 x 23.2 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 366, Well illustrated with colour and other illustrations. £22.00 (Ref: 93379)

  363. Barker, B. and Hicks, A. (editors). Gillian Ayres. Arnolfi, Bristol, 1989. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0907738249 27.0 x 21.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 32. Colour illustrations. Paperback. £14.00 (Ref: 93444)

  364. Baron, W. and Shone, R. Walter Sickert, 1860-1942 Paintings. Yale University Press, New Haven, 1992. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0300053959 28.5 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xii, 365. Many colour and a few other illustrations. Paperback, corners slightly bent, some binder's adhesive spilt on inside back cover but rest of contents unaffected. £18.00 (Ref: 93374)

  365. Bishop, H. Rachel Reckitt... a Retrospective. Somerset County Museum Service, Somerset, 2001. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0861833597 29.5 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 103. Many colour and other illustrations. Paperback. £17.00 (Ref: 93449)

  366. Blake, William The Divine Comedy. Bibliotheque De L'image, 2000. 1st Ed, ISBN: 2909808939 25.5 x 28.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 224. Many colour illustrations. £18.00 (Ref: 93439)

  367. Bradshaw, T. (editor). A Bloomsbury Canvas : Reflections on the Bloomsbury Group. 2001. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0853318395 26.0 x 21.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 112. Many colour and a few other illustrations. £14.00 (Ref: 93367)

  368. Carrington, Noel; Carrington, Dora. Carrington : Paintings, Drawings and Decorations. Oxford Polytechnic Press, Oxford, 1978. Collector's Edition, ISBN: 0902692143 20.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. this an un-numbered copy of 100 signed by the author. Pp 96. 39 plates of which 8 in colour, 36 other illustrations. 1/4 red calf with gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt, cloth covered boards, glassine dust wrapper. Very slight signs of wear. £90.00 (Ref: 93353)

  369. Carson, O. (editor). Avray Wilson. Centaur Press, London, 1961. 1st Ed, 31.0 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. (8), 28 colour and other illustrations, (6). Original decorative cloth with creased and slightly torn dust wrapper. £10.00 (Ref: 93412)

  370. Cassou, J. Cezanne Les Baigneuses. Editions Des Quatre Chemins, Paris, 1947. Limited, Private Press, 38.5 x 27.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. 38/500, signed by the editor and printmaker. Pp. (8), 8 tipped-in colour reproductions of water colours. Thick paper covers, in original portfolio. £50.00 (Ref: 93381)

  371. Chapman, H.P. and Others. Jan Steen Painter and Storyteller. National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1996. 2nd Ed., ISBN: 9040098352 24.5 x 26.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 272. Many colour and other illustrations. Paperback. £24.00 (Ref: 93427)

  372. Clark, J. Elements of Drawing and Painting in Water Colours. Wm. S. Orr and Co, London, 1841. New Edition, 16.5 x 11.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xii, 212. 24 plates of which 11 are hand-coloured. contemporary 1/2 calf with marbled paper-covered boards. Spine relaid, some slight foxing. bookplate of Peter Foster on front pastedown, catalogue entries affixed to end papers, owners details on end papers. £200.00 (Ref: 93360)

  373. Clausen, George; McConkey, Kenneth. Sir George Clausen, R.A. 1852-1944. City of Bradford Council, Bradford, 1980. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0905974042 28.5 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 114. Colour and many other illustrations. Paperback with very slight wear to extremities. £15.00 (Ref: 93413)

  374. Collins, Judith. Winifred Nicholson. Tate Gallery, London, 1987. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0946590648 24.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 117. Many colour and other illustrations. Paperback. £14.00 (Ref: 93363)

  375. Constable, Freda; Simon, Sue. The England of Eric Ravilious. Lund Humphries, London, 2005. 1st Paperback Ed., ISBN: 0853318808 27.0 x 21.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 38, 64 plates in colour and black and white. Paperback. £12.00 (Ref: 93392)

  376. Constable, John Constable : the Harold Day Collection of Paintings and Drawings. Hobart Press, Hobart, 2003. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0902010123 28.0 x 20.1cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. xiii, 83, (3) adverts. Many colour and other illustrations. £30.00 (Ref: 93438)

  377. Coplans, John. Andy Warhol. New York Graphic Society, New York, 1971. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0821203975 28.0 x 22.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 160. Colour and other illustrations. Hardback with extremities slightly rubbed, spine slightly faded. £18.00 (Ref: 93389)

  378. Cosandier and Others. Caillebotte Au Coeur De L'Impressionisme. Bibliotheque Des Arts, 2005. 1st Ed, ISBN: 2884531238 29.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 192. Many colour illustrations. Published on the occasion of the exhibition mounted by the Fondation de l'Hermitage, Lausanne. Text in French. Paperback. £30.00 (Ref: 93404)

  379. Craig, E.G. Towards a New Theatre Forty Designs for Stage With Critucal Notes By the Inventor. Dent, London, 1913. 1st Ed, 32.0 x 28.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xvi, 90. 40 plates. Original black cloth with gilt decoration and lettering. Spine relaid, fore corners rubbed, some darkening of titlepage. With it 2 undated news cuttings of long articles by Craig about a theatre conference in Rome in 1934. With it also a lino or woodcut of Nativity Scene (no artist's signature) £125.00 (Ref: 93214)

  380. Crookshank, Anne O; Fitz-Gerald, Desmond. The Painters of Ireland, C.1600-1920. Barrie & Jenkins, London, 1978. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0214204928 29.5 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 304. Some colour and many other illustrations. £19.00 (Ref: 93419)

  381. Cundall, H.M. (editor). William Callow R.W.S F.R.G.S. an Autobiography. A. & C. Black, London, 1908. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Fine. D/w: Good. Pp. xxiv, 181, (6) publisher's ads. 22 colour and 9 un-coloured plates, 22 text illustrations. original decorative cloth, top edge gilt. Slight darkening on 1/2 title otherwise as good a copy as you will see, dust wrapper slightly damaged in one corner. £25.00 (Ref: 93354)

  382. Emanuel, Frank L. Etching and Etchings: a Guide to Technique and to Print Collecting. Pitman, London, 1930. 1st Ed, 27.0 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xv, 280, [8] adverts. With reproductions of 238 etchings. original black cloth with gilt lettering. Spine slightly snagged, but a decent copy in its original plain, but discoloured, slipcase. £15.00 (Ref: 93433)

  383. Evans, M The Painter's Object. Gerald Howe, London, 1937. 1st Ed, 24.5 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. viii, 147. Colour frontis, other illustrations. Contributions by, inter alia, Leger, Moore, Paul Nash, Piper and Moholy-Nagy. Original cloth binding. £60.00 (Ref: 93342)

  384. Fry, R. Transformations: Critical and Speculative Essays on Art. Chatto & Windus, London, 1926. 1st Ed, 28.0 x 21.5 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Poor. Pp. viii, 230. 36 plates. Cloth spine with black lettering, top edge gilt, paper-covered boards. tattered remains of dust wrapper now repaired and in protective sleeve. £25.00 (Ref: 93372)

  385. Fumet, S. Les Fresques De Fra Angelico Au Couvent Saint-Marc. Éditions Artistiques et Documentaires, Paris, 1948. Limited, Private Press, 40.0 x 31.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 91/900. Pp. 28, 10 colour and 30 other plates. In original card portfolio. Some leaves becoming loose but portfolio intact with ties. Text in French. £30.00 (Ref: 93398)

  386. Garland, N. (editor). Humour From Shell: Shell Advertising Art 1928-1963. Oriel 31, Powys, 1991. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1870797108 27.0 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 60. Colour and other illustrations. Paperback. £14.00 (Ref: 93421)

  387. Gauss, U. (editor) Marc Chagall : the Lithographs. Gerd Hatje, Stuttgart, 1998. 1st English Ed, ISBN: 3775707999 32.0 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 415. Many colour and other illustrations. £85.00 (Ref: 93369)

  388. Gooding, Mel. Gillian Ayres. Lund Humphries, Aldershot, 2001. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0853318093 29.0 x 24.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 191. Many colour and a few other illustrations. £32.00 (Ref: 93388)

  389. Gray, Nicolete The Paintings of David Jones. John Taylor/ Lund Humphries, London, 1989. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0853315191 29.0 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 184. 62 colour plates. £30.00 (Ref: 93349)

  390. Guichard, Kenneth M. British Etchers, 1850-1940. Robin Garton Ltd, 1977. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0906030005 33.0 x 26.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. 81. Etched titlepage vignette and two large etched plates by Robin Tanner, all three signed by him. 81 plates.Quarter morocco, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. Tissue guards and glassine dust wrapper creased and slightly torn. £600.00 (Ref: 93377)

  391. Guse, E-G. and Morat, F.A. (editors). Giorgio Morandi : Paintings, Watercolours, Drawings and Etchings. Prestel, London, 1999. 1st Ed, ISBN: 3791320866 29.0 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp.167. Many colour and other illustrations. £17.00 (Ref: 93378)

  392. Hanbury, B. Advanced Studies of Flower Painting. Blackie, Glasgow, 1885. 25.5 x 20.0 Cm, Condition: Good. No date but c.1885, edition not known. Pp. xvi, 56, (4) publisher's ads. 12 tipped-in colour plates and 12 uncoloured outlines. Original pictorial cloth. Extremities slightly rubbed, owner's details on front free end paper, titlepage paper darkened and foxed, other light foxing but colour plates clean. £18.00 (Ref: 93411)

  393. Hardouin-fugier, E. and Grafe, E. The Lyon School of Flower Painting. F.Lewis, Leigh-on-Sea, 1978. 1st Ed, 28.5 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Limited ed. of 500 copies. Pp. Col frontis, viii, 9-88, 51 plates on 40 pages. Original blue buckram with gilt lettering on upper board and spine. Upper board slightly marked probably by offsetting from dust wrapper, dust wrapper torn with some loss and a little grubby. £60.00 (Ref: 93416)

  394. Harling, R. Notes on the Wood Engravings of Eric Ravilious. Faber for Shenval Press, London, 1946. 1st Ed, 18.5 x 11.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 72. Many wood engravings by Eric Ravilious. Very slight wear to dust wrapper. £25.00 (Ref: 93352)

  395. Hassall, J. Brush Pen and Pencil. Adam and Charles Black, London, 1913. Reprint, 21.5 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. viii, 44. 7 colour, 21 fullpage un-coloured and 22 text illustrations, hardback with original pictorial upper board. Owner's details on front free end paper, binding slightly rubbed £12.00 (Ref: 93408)

  396. Hearn , K. (editor). Dynasties : Painting in Tudor and Jacobean England, 1530-1630. Tate Gallery, London, 2003. 1st Paperback Ed., ISBN: 1854371576 29.5 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 256, many colour illustrations. Covers showing slight signs of use. £16.00 (Ref: 93435)

  397. Hodgkin, E. Eliot Hodgkin 1905-1987: Painter and Collector. Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox, London, 1990. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0951249363 24.5 x 17.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 135. Colour and other illustrations. Stiff card covers. Peter Foster's book label on front inside cover. £30.00 (Ref: 93355)

  398. Hubert, J., Porcher, J. and Volbach, W. F. Carolingian Art (Arts of Mankind). Thames & Hudson, London, 1970. 1st English Ed, 27.0 x 20.5 Cms., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xii, 383. Many colour and other illustrations, two maps. £20.00 (Ref: 93370)

  399. Hughes, Robert. Frank Auerbach. Thames & Hudson, London, 1992. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0500276757 27.0 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 240. Many colour and some other illustrations. Owner's details on 1/2 title. Paperback. £50.00 (Ref: 93373)

  400. Jenkins, D. F. John Piper in Wales. Davies Memorial Gallery, Welshpool, 1990. 1st Ed, ISBN: 187079706x 23.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 57. Colour and other illustrations. Owner's name on titlepage. Paperback. £9.00 (Ref: 93445)

  401. Jenkins, David Fraser; Spalding, Frances. John Piper in the Thirties : Abstraction on the Beach. Merrell Publishers Limited, London, United Kingdom, 2005. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1858942233 28.0 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 192. Many colour and a few other illustrations £30.00 (Ref: 93350)

  402. Lambirth, Andrew. Anthony Farrell Paintings of People 1884-1990. Christchurch Mansions, Ipswich, 1990. Limited, ISBN: 0906688116 34.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Limited ed. of 1000 copies. Pp. 30 (un-numbered). Many colour illustrations. Paperback. £10.00 (Ref: 93442)

  403. Lambourne, Lionel. Victorian Painting. Phaidon, London, 1999. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0714837768 29.0 x 24.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 512. Many colour illustrations. £25.00 (Ref: 93405)

  404. Larkin, David. (editor). Charles & William Heath Robinson. Constable & Co., London, 1976. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0094614806 29.5 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. (16), 40 colour plates. £6.00 (Ref: 93440)

  405. Laughton, Bruce. William Coldstream. Paul Mellon, New Haven, 2004. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0300102437 25.5 x 19.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. xi, 356. Many illustrations, some in colour. Hardback. £19.00 (Ref: 93368)

  406. Laver, J. (editor). Paintings By Michael Ayrton. Grey Walls Press, London, 1948. 1st Ed, 24.5 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Fair. Pp. 17, 40 plates, including 3 in colour. Spine skewed, dust wrapper frayed. £7.00 (Ref: 93436)

  407. Lear, Edward;Fowler, Rowena. The Cretan Journal. D. Harvey, Athens/ Dedham, 1984. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0907978177 28.0 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 119. Tipped-in colour plates by Lear, other illustrations, maps. £9.00 (Ref: 93428)

  408. Lester, A.J. Stannards of Bedfordshire. Eastbourne Fine Arts Publications, Eastbourne, 1984. Collector's Edition, ISBN: 0902010115 24.0 x 17.0 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Limited ed. of 400 copies. Pp. (10), 98, 30 uncoloured plates mostly of 2 images. £22.00 (Ref: 93357)

  409. Lichstenstein, R. Roy Lichstenstein Brushstroke Figures 1987-1989. Waddington Graphics, London, 1989. 1st Ed, 32.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 36. Colour illustrations. Paperback. £9.00 (Ref: 93447)

  410. Lomax, J. and Marshall, E. Prunella Clough. Camden Arts Centre, London, 1996. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1870797442 26.5 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 44. Colour and other illustrations. Paperback. £14.00 (Ref: 93446)

  411. Macfall, Haldane. The Book of Lovat Claud Fraser. Dent, London, 1923. 1st Ed, 27.5 x 20.0 Cms, Condition: Good. Pp. 183, [1], many illustrations including 8 colour plates. Rebound by Peter Foster in full emerald Otukpu goat with Lovat Fraser design incorporated, original cover paper bound in (with some loss) and label, original end papers retained with some repair, spine and boards faded and partly discoloured. £20.00 (Ref: 93432)

  412. Macinnes, C., Robertson, B. and Clark K. Sidney Nolan. Thames & Hudson, London, 1967. Reprint, 28.0 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 199. 16 colour and 113 other plates. £15.00 (Ref: 93430)

  413. Manners, Lady V. and Williamson, G.C. Angelica Kauffmann R.A. Her Life and Her Works. John Lane, London, 1924. Limited, 28.5 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Limited ed. 53/75, signed by the authors. Pp. xiv, 268, [iv]. Illustrated with 10 colour and 69 other plates + 3 additional colour plates present only in this edition of 75 copies. Original blue buckram spine with leather label, paper-covered boards, top edge gilt. Spine faded, boards a little grubby, corners rubbed. Remains of greetings label on front pastedown, reproduction Burne-Jones picture pasted on to front free end paper, with 4 lines of writing dated 1934 by previous owner. Contents very clean with pages un-opened. £250.00 (Ref: 93431)

  414. McLean, R. (editor). Motif No. 2, February 1959.. Shenval Press, London, 1959. 1st Ed, 30.5 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 92. Many colour and other illustrations. Paper-covered boards. Binding slightly darkened in parts. Includes well illustrated article on Joan Hassall. £20.00 (Ref: 93409)

  415. McLean, R. (editor). Motif No. 3, September 1959.. Shenval Press, London, 1959. 1st Ed, 30.5 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 108. Many colour and other illustrations. Paper-covered boards. Binding slightly darkened in parts. £20.00 (Ref: 93410)

  416. Milner, John Kenneth Rowntree. Lund Humphries, Aldershot, 2002. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0853318506 26.0 x 21.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 87. Many colour illustrations. £12.00 (Ref: 93407)

  417. Moorhouse, Paul. Albert Irvin : Painting in to Life. Lund Humphries, London, 1998. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0853317194 29.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 208. Many colour illustrations by Albert Irvin. £90.00 (Ref: 93391)

  418. Morrison, John. Painting the Nation : Identity and Nationalism in Scottish Painting, 1800-1920. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, 2003. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0748616020 24.5 x 17.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. xiv, 257. Many colour and other illustrations. Hugh Kearney's copy with his signature on 1/2 title. With it letter from the author to Hugh Kearney discussing allied matters. Paperback. £40.00 (Ref: 93364)

  419. Newton, E. Christopher Wood His Life and Work. Redfern Gallery, London, 1959. 1st Ed, 30.0 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 63, 20 colour plates and a few other illustrations. Laminated boards with head of spine damaged. £18.00 (Ref: 93441)

  420. Nisbet, E. Flower Painting for Beginners.. Blackie, London, 1889. 1st Ed, 23.5 x 18.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 74, [2], 4 (publisher's ads). 12 mounted chromolithograph plates, 2 un-coloured illustrations. Original cloth with floral design blocked in colour on upper board. Owner's details on front free end paper. Extremities very slightly rubbed. £30.00 (Ref: 93362)

  421. Ponge, F. (preface), Mourlot, F. (catalogue). Braque Lithographie. Andre Sauret, Monte Carlo, 1963. Limited, 32.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Poor. Limited ed. 3894/4125. pp. 183, (5). Many colour illustrations, of which the front cover, the titlepage vignette and the frontispiece are original lithographs. Original stiff paper covers slightly rubbed at extremities, glassine dust wrapper torn with some loss, slipcase dampmarked and worn at corners £400.00 (Ref: 93375)

  422. Pope-Hennessy, J. Italian Paintings. the Robert Lehman Collection Vol. 1. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Middle Village, New York, U.S.A., 1987. 1st UK Ed., ISBN: 0870994794 28.0 x 21.0 Cm., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. xvi, 333. many colour and other illustrations. Hardback in dw. £40.00 (Ref: 93400)

  423. Potter, Julian Mary Potter. Scolar Press, Aldershot, 1998. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1840142081 24.5 x 18.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 128. Colour and other illustrations. Dust wrapper in protective sleeve. £40.00 (Ref: 93399)

  424. Powers, Alan. Eric Ravilious : Imagined Realities. Imperial War Museum, 2003. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1901623769 27.5 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 144. Many colour and other illustrations. Card covers, rear cover creased. £12.00 (Ref: 93376)

  425. Ramie, S. And G. Ceramiques De Picasso. Skira, Geneva, 1948. 1st Ed, 38.0 x 28.0 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 19, portrait frontis, 18 tipped-in colour plates. Card covers are litho design by Picasso. Pencil owner's details on titlepage, neat repair to spine otherwise an excellent clean copy. £95.00 (Ref: 93450)

  426. Richardson, John, Jr. Life of Picasso Vol 1 1881-1906. Cape, 1992. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0224030248 25.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xii, 548. Well illustrated. Dust wrapper slightly worn. £15.00 (Ref: 93343)

  427. Richardson, John, Jr. Life of Picasso Vol 2 1907-1917: the Painter of Modern Life. Cape, 1996. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0224031201 25.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Good. Pp. xii, 500. Well illustrated. Dust wrapper slightly worn. £15.00 (Ref: 93344)

  428. Roberts, J. (editor). The Family of Sir Thomas More. Facsimiles of the Drawings By Hans Holbein the Younger From the Royal Library Windsor Castle.. Johnson Reprint Company Ltd, London, 1977. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0384240275 48.0 x 35.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 8 (text), 8 folio sized colour plates. Loose, as issued, in portfolio with gilt lettered labels on upper cover and spine, with original ties. £190.00 (Ref: 93415)

  429. Robinson, Elly; Dodds, James. James Dodds and the Jardine Press. Messums and Jardine Press, London, 2006. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0955203511 23.5 x 26.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 56. Many colour and other illustrations. Paperback. £14.00 (Ref: 93361)

  430. Rodrigo, Luis Carlos;Picasso, Pablo. Picasso in His Posters: Image and Work. 4 Volumes Complete. Arte Ediciones, Barcelona, 1992. 1st Ed, ISBN: 8480590157 30.0 x 23.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. 4 volumes complete. Vol 1 pp 659, vol 2 pp 660-1332, vol 3 pp 1,343-1,900, vol 4 pp 1,913-2,425. Vols I and 2 - Contain 630 posters in chronological order, posters reproduced in colour on one page with technical date for each one on the opposite page. Vol 3, the 630 posters are organized for commentary on the basis of 63 topics. Volume 4 provides information, organized by theme. £150.00 (Ref: 93345)

  431. Salaman, M. The Woodcut of To-Day at Home and Abroad. Studio, London, 1927. 1st Ed, 28.5 x 19.5 Cm, Condition: Fair. pp. viii, 182. Colour and other illustrations, original blindstamped cloth with gilt lettering on upper board and spine. Extremities slightly rubbed, sporadic foxing. Ex library with usual stamps but not too disfiguring. £30.00 (Ref: 93406)

  432. Severens, Martha R. Alice Ravenel Huger Smith: an Artist, a Place and a Time. Carolina Art Assn, Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A., 1993. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0910326215 28.0 x 21.0 Cm., Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. xi, 162, colour and other illustrations. Signed by the author. £34.00 (Ref: 93397)

  433. Shone, R. (editor). Vanessa Bell 1879-1961 a Retrospective Exhibition. Davis & Long, New York, 1980. 1st Ed, 22.0 x 15.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 44. Illustrated. Paperback. £16.00 (Ref: 93443)

  434. Shone, Richard; Beechey, James; Morphet, Richard. The Art of Bloomsbury : Roger Fry, Vanessa Bell, and Duncan Grant. Tate Gallery, London, 1999. 1st Ed, ISBN: 1854372963 23.0 cm29.5 x, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 296. Many colour and a few other illustrations. £25.00 (Ref: 93366)

  435. Simpson, I. Tony Rampton Paintings. Royle Print Ltd (printers), 1995. 1st Ed, 30.0 x 27.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 173, many colour and other illustrations. Card covers slightly bent. £11.00 (Ref: 93414)

  436. Simpson, T. Modern Etchings and Their Collectors.. John Lane, London, 1919. Limited, 29.0 x 22.5 Cm, Condition: Good. limited ed. of 450 copies. Pp. x, 88. 25 tissue guarded photogravures of etchings. original buckram spine with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, paper-covered boards. Fore corners slightly rubbed, binding slightly grubby. £38.00 (Ref: 93365)

  437. Sorlier, C. Marc Chagall Et Ambroise Vollard. Catalogue Complet Des Gravures Exécutées Par Chagall Pour Vollard.. Editions Galerie Matignon, Paris, 1981. 1st Ed, 30.0 x 20. 5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 190. Well illustrated in sepia. Original blue cloth without lettering, pictorial dust wrapper. Text in French. £80.00 (Ref: 93393)

  438. Spalding, Frances Duncan Grant : a Biography. Chatto & Windus, London, 1997. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0701134097 23.0 x 14.5 Cms, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. xv, 570. Colour and other illustrations. £10.00 (Ref: 93351)

  439. Spencer-Smith, J. Rex Whistler's War 1939-July 1944. Artist Into Tank Commander. National Army Museum, London, 1994. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0901721298 29.5 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 180. Many colour and other illustrations. Paperback with covers slightly bent at corners. £10.00 (Ref: 93417)

  440. Stangos, N. (editor). David Hockney Paper Pools. Thames and Hudson, London, 1980. 1st Ed, ISBN: 050023311x 26.5 x 22.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. D/w: Very Good. Pp. 100. Many colour and other illustrations. Dust wrapper in protective sleeve. £12.00 (Ref: 93423)

  441. Stone, R. Notable Portraits. Partridge Fine Arts, London, 2004. 1st Ed, 26.5 x 21.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 112. Many colour illustrations of portraits of the great and good. Original red cloth with gilt lettering. £12.00 (Ref: 93390)

  442. Sumi, N. France Slana Watercolours. Alpine Fine Arts Collection, London, 1987. 1st UK Ed., ISBN: 0881681288 26.5 x 25.5 Cm, Condition: Good. D/w: Good. Pp. 201, Many colour illustrations. Extremities rubbed, some wear to dust wrapper. £18.00 (Ref: 93395)

  443. Thompson, R. and Others. Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre. Nat. Gallery of Art, Landover, Maryland, U.S.A., 2005. 1st Paperback Ed., ISBN: 0894683209 29.0 x 23.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. xiv, 294. Many colour illustrations. £34.00 (Ref: 93402)

  444. Thomson, Duncan. Raeburn. Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 1997. 1st Ed, ISBN: 0903598698 33.0 x 24.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 216. Many colour and a few other illustrations. Paperback. £16.00 (Ref: 93429)

  445. Tromans, N. David Wilkie. Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 2002. 1st Ed, ISBN: 189851920x 27.0 x 24.0 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 160. Well illustrated with colour illustrations. Paperback. £16.00 (Ref: 93380)

  446. Varnedoe, Kirk and Karmel, Pepe. Jackson Pollock. Tate Gallery, London, 1999. 1st Paperback Ed., ISBN: 1854372769 24.5 x 29.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 336. Many colour illustrations including some folding. Paperback with slight wear to covers. £12.00 (Ref: 93394)

  447. Weight, C. (editor) Painters on Painting: John Bratby on Stanley Spencer's "Early Self-Portrait". Cassell, London, 1969. 1st Ed, 25.5 x 20.5 Cm, Condition: Very Good. Pp. 33. Illustrated, including folding colour plate. Paperback. £24.00 (Ref: 93420)

  448. Wilson, R. Studies and Designs By Richard Wilson Done at Rome in the Year 1752.. R. Archer, Oxford, 1811. 1st Ed, 29.0 x 22.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. (4), 8, (2) list of subscribers. Titlepage and 50 other soft ground mounted etchings by Whessel after Ricard Wilson. Bound in later but not recent 1/2 morocco with heraldic bookplate on front pastedown of Geoffrey Clegg Hutchinson. Extremities rubbed, some foxing on mounts of the etchings. With it, probably contemporary, letter cover addressed to John Letchmere, [one of the subscribers] Steeple Aston with pen and ink sketch of boats on verso. Affixed to rear end paper is leaf of phrenological drawings of the human head with the name 'Sir John Dashwood' written on it. Also affixed is folding 2pp ms note with sketches, on 'proportions of the Face and Head' taken form 'The Artist's Vade Mecum' [published 1762]. £450.00 (Ref: 93347)

  449. Wilson, S. Charles Lapicque. ASB Galerie, Chernex, 1897. 1st English Ed, 29.5 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. 48. Many colour illustrations. Paperback with very slight wear to covers. £28.00 (Ref: 93418)

  450. Winston, C. Memoirs Illustrative of the Art of Glass-Painting. John Murray, London, 1865. 1st Ed, 23.5 x 14.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xvi, 362. 14 plates of which 13 are hand-coloured. original blindstamped cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Extremities rubbed, lacking portrait of the author, owner's details on front free end paper. £50.00 (Ref: 93358)

  451. Wright, T. Some Account of the Life of Richard Wilson. Longman, London, 1824. 1st Ed, 27.5 x 21.0 Cm, Condition: Good. Pp. xii, 276. Engraved portrait frontis of Richard Wilson from original by Mengs engraved by W.Bond. Full contemporary calf with spine label and gilt lettering and decoration. Heraldic bookplate of Geoffrey Clegg Hutchinson, some foxing to end papers and frontis, hinges split but stitching intact £150.00 (Ref: 93348)