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Past Results - 28th March 2018

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  1. Lot Number 1

    JONES Theophilus, A History of the County of Brecknock, enlarged by the notes collected by Sir Joseph Russell, Bailey, illus, pub Brecknock 1909, Vols I & II bound in one volume and Vol III a separate volume, 1911, Glanusk Edition (2)

    Sale price: £45

  2. Lot Number 2

    COXE William, An Historical Tour of Monmouthshire, illus with views by Sir R.C. Hoare, A New Map of the County and other engravings, pub London 1801 in two parts bound in one, leather binding repaired, new endpapers (1)

    Sale price: £50

  3. Lot Number 3

    WHITAKER Thomas Dunham, The History & Antiquities of Craven in The West Riding of York, with map, plates and pedigree 1812, GRAVES John, The History & Antiquities of Cleveland in the North Riding of York, with folding map and engravings, 1808 and RAYNER Simeon, The History & Antiquities of Pudsey, illustrated, 1887 (3)

    Sale price: £120

  4. Lot Number 4

    WAINWRIGHT John, Yorkshire Historical & Topographical view of The Wapentake of Strafford and Tickhill, Vol 1 (all published) 1826 and DAYES Edward, Works of…. containing an Excursion through the Principal Parts of Derbyshire & Yorkshire, illustrated with engravings, 1805 (2)

    Sale price: £75

  5. Lot Number 5

    WALCOT Mackenzie E C, Four Minsters Round The Wrekin, 1877, The Castles & Old Mansions of Shropshire 1142-1660, 1868 and The Garrisons of Shropshire 1642-48, 1867, with interesting bookplate & letter (3)

    Sale price: £110

  6. Lot Number 6

    Seven old Ledgers from various Estates in Herefordshire, including Marden, Moreton-on-Lugg, Pembridge, Sarnesfield, Canon Frome, etc, and Court Roll of the Manor of Hinton Hereford and Pipe Rolls (9)

    Sale price: £90

  7. Lot Number 7

    HAVERGAL Rev. F.T., Vicar and Sub Treasurer of Hereford Cathedral, Fasti Herefordenses and other Antiquarian Memorials of Hereford illustrated by G.C. Hadden, Architect, 1869 and ROBINSON Charles John, The Mansions of Herefordshire and their Memoirs, pub London and Hereford 1873, and Some Churches of Yorkshire, Cambridgeshire & Warwick in one volume (3)

    Sale price: £55

  8. Lot Number 8

    RUDDER Samuel, A New History of Gloucestershire, pub 1986, ATKYNS Sir Robert, The Ancient and Present State of Glostershire in two parts, 1974 reprint and TIMMINS, Nooks and Corners of Shropshire (4)

    Sale price: £20

  9. Lot Number 9

    Two copies HEREFORD POMONA, pub 1987 to mark centenary of Bulmer Cider Company, illus Caroline Todd-Hunter, 1/2 calf green leather (2)

    Sale price: £95

  10. Lot Number 10

    BRADNEY Joseph, A History of Monmouthshire, Part 1, The Hundred of Skenfrith, ppub London 1904 (1)

    Sale price: £30

  11. Lot Number 11

    MORTON Riva, The Building of the Elan Valley Dams, JUDGE, Elan Valley Railway, Postcards of Elan Valley and other related ephemera, maps, etc (Bundle)

    Sale price: £65

  12. Lot Number 12

    Parliamentary Session 1943-1944, Derwent Valley Water, Plans and Sections, November 1943, supplied by R.W.S. Thompson, Engineer, and printed by W.H. Lead Ltd, Leicester (Folder)

    Sale price: £45

  13. Lot Number 13

    WATKNS Alfred, The Old Straight Track, 4th edition, 1948 and ANDERE Mary, Herefordshire the Enchanted Land (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  14. Lot Number 14

    BOX: Thirty three volumes local Herefordshire topography chiefly, including Pesvener for Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire, Woolhope Club, etc (33)

    Sale price: £100

  15. Lot Number 15

    KELLY's Directory of Herefordshire, 1934, folding map slightly torn, and RUSHFORTH G. McN., Medieval Christian Imagery, Great Malvern Priory Church (2)

    Sale price: £40

  16. Lot Number 16

    TIPPING H. Avery, English Homes, pub Country Life,
    Period I Vol I pub 1921 1st edit
    Periods I & II Vol II 1937 2nd edit
    Period II Vol I pub 1929 2nd edit
    Period III Vol I 1922 1st edit
    Period III Vol II 1927 1st edit
    Period IV Vol I 1929 2nd impression
    Period IV Vol II 1928 1st edit
    Period V Vol I 1921 1st edit
    Period V Vol I 1926 1st edit
    folio, in blue cloth (9)

    Sale price: £420

  17. Lot Number 17

    LATHAM Charles, In English Homes
    Vol I 1907 2nd edition
    Vol II 1908 2nd edition
    Vol III 1909
    pub Country Life, folio, original title-blocked pictorial cloth (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  18. Lot Number 18

    HILL Oliver, Scottish Castles of 16th & 17th Centuries, intro by Christopher Hussey, pub Country Life 1953, ROSENBERG Louis Conrad, Cottage Farmhouse and other Minor Buildings in England of the 16th, 17th & 18th Centuries, pub 1923, The Architectural Book Publishing Co. and GARNER& STRATTON, The Domestic Architecture of England during the Tudor Period, 2nd edit revised & enlarged, pub London Batsford, 2 vols 1929 (4)

    Sale price: £130

  19. Lot Number 19

    TIPPING H. Avray, English Homes of the Early Renaissance, Elizabethan and Jacobean Homes and Gardens, pub Country Life, n.d., AMBLER Louis, The Old Halls and Manors of Yorkshire, and DAVIE W. Glasworthy, Old Cottage Farmhouses, The Cotswold District (3)

    Sale price: £85

  20. Lot Number 20

    KNIGHT Charles, Old England and Pictorial Museum, Vols I and II and old ???? and GASPEY Thomas, The History of England from the Textof Hume and Smollett, 2 vols (5)

    Sale price: not sold.

  21. Lot Number 21

    BAEDEKER Karl, The Dominion of Canada with Newfoundland and an Excursion to Alaska, maps and plans, 3rd revised and augmented edition, pub 1907, red cloth (1)

    Sale price: £60

  22. Lot Number 22

    BIRMINGHAM CORPORATION WATER, Parliament Session 1892 Explanation of Plans and Sections for the construction of The Elan Valley Reservoirs and Pipeline to Birmingham, all on cloth backing Engineers James Mansergh and John William Gray

    Sale price: £140

  23. Lot Number 23

    A folder of 17th and 18th Century Acts of Parliament, including an Act for the Better Observation of the Lords Day 1657, A Bridge Across the Thames at Westminster, Repair of Roads in Warminster, etc (Folder)

    Sale price: £50

  24. Lot Number 24

    A bundle of Plays, Advice on Catholic Bretheren, Repeal of Taxes 1833, European Slave Trade in English Girls 1880, etc (Bundle)

    Sale price: £360

  25. Lot Number 25

    RANDALL John, The Severn Valley, a series of sketches of the Course of the River Severn, pub Madeley, 1882, SAWYER John, The Story of Gloucestershire, 2nd edition, pub Cheltenham 1908 and WHITE Hope Costley, Gloucester Story, 1st edit, 1947 (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  26. Lot Number 26

    The Leominster Guide Ancient & Present State of Leominster, also an account of Principle Seats of the Neighbourhood, and an Appendix, pub Leominster, for Bufton 1808, a 1914 Jakeman & Carver's Directory and Gazeteer of Herefordshire 1914, album, cards, etc (Bundle)

    Sale price: £120

  27. Lot Number 27

    SPENCER Nathaniel, The Complete English Traveller or a new survey and description of England and Wales, pub London, J. Cooke 1771, engraved plates, leather bound, repaired (1)

    Sale price: £110

  28. Lot Number 28

    RUDGE Thomas, General View of the Agriculture of the County of Gloucester drawn up for the consideration of The Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement, pub London, Richard Phillips, 1807, folding maps, Thames and Severn Canal and coloured Map of the Parishes of Fairford, Lechlade, Marston Measey (1)

    Sale price: £60

  29. Lot Number 29

    EVANS Rev. J., The Beauties of England and Wales or original delineations, Vol XVII, North Wales, pub Loondon 1812 (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  30. Lot Number 30

    Sales Particulars for The Hanley Court Estate, Near Tenbury Wells, for auction on Tuesday, October 28th, 1930 with details and a Map, sold by John D. Wood (2)

    Sale price: £180

  31. Lot Number 31

    DICKENS Charles, Master Humphrey's Clock, in three volumes, includes The Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge, pub London, Chapman and Hall, illustrated 1840-1841 (3)

    Sale price: £140

  32. Lot Number 32

    B.B. Confessions of a Carp Fisher, illus Denys Watkins-Pitchford, pub Eyre & Spottiswoode, London 1950 1st edition with d.w. (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  33. Lot Number 33

    The Garden, an Illustrated Weekly Journal of Horticulture in all its branches, pub London, 45 and 46 volumes 1894, coloured plates (2)

    Sale price: £45

  34. Lot Number 34

    TWO BOXES: Recipe Books, Day Books, etc relating to Thomas Lewis, Broad Street, Leominster from the early 20th Century (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £55

  35. Lot Number 35

    WILDE Oscar, De Profundis, first edition, ill. with portrait frontispiece after an etching by J. E. Kelly, with a printed tissue guard, publisher's blue paper boards over cloth spine, t.e.g., slightly faded, 8vo, G. P, Putnam's Sons, 1905; and WILDE Oscar, A Florentine Tragedy, first edtition, plum buckram, introductory note by Robert Ross, t.e.g., 8vo, John W, Luce & Co., 1908 (2)

    Sale price: £45

  36. Lot Number 36

    Graphic Illustrations of Warwickshire, pub Birmingham Beilby, Knott and Beilby, 1829, KENILWORTH Illustrated or the History of the Castle, Priory and Church, 1821, NIVEN W., Architect, Illustrations of Old Warwickshire Houses, 1878, BUNCE John Thackray, History of Old St Martins, Birmingham 1875 and MONOGRAPH OF ASTON HALL, Warwickshire, geometrical drawings and Views, no date (5)

    Sale price: £200

  37. Lot Number 37

    BOX: Warwickshire Topography including The Countess of Warwick, Warwick Castle and It's Earls in two volumes, F. WHITE & Co's Warwickshire, 3rd edition, 1874, SOLLY M. Neil, Memoir of Life of David Cox, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £190

  38. Lot Number 38

    BOX: Topography of Birmingham, Warwickshire, History, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £220

  39. Lot Number 39

    BOX: Topography of chiefly Warwickshire, towns and areas (Box)

    Sale price: £200

  40. Lot Number 40

    BOX: Topography chiefly Warwickshire, Coventry, avon, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £180

  41. Lot Number 41

    MR DE RAPIN THOYRAS, The History of England as Well Ecclesiastical as Civil, done in to English by N. Tindal, Vicar of Greath Waltham in Essex, pub London 1728, full calf, with tooled boards, in fifteen volumes (15)

    Sale price: £280

  42. Lot Number 42

    CAMPBELL John Lord, The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England, in 8 volumes, pub by John Murray, London 1869, Lives of the Chief Justices of England in three volumes, and TWISS Horace, The Public and Private Life of Lord Chancellor Eldon in three volumes, all with 1/2 calf and marbled boards (14)

    Sale price: £320

  43. Lot Number 43

    HOOKER Joseph Dalton, Himalayan Journals or Notes of a Naturalist, in Bengal, The Sikkim and Nepal, etc, pub John Murray 1854

    Sale price: £380

  44. Lot Number 44

    MORRIS Rev. F.O., A Natural History of British Moths, illustrated with coloured plates, pub London, Henry Edward Knox 1871, in four volumes, green morocco and marbled boards and endpapers, binding scuffed (4)

    Sale price: £210

  45. Lot Number 45

    MORRIS Rev. F.O., A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds, illus coloured plates, pub London, Groomsbridge and Sons 1853, green cloth, gilt decoration, Vols I-III, and A History of British Birds, illus coloured plates, pub London Groomsbridge & Sons, 1851 (9)

    Sale price: £480

  46. Lot Number 46

    A folding Album of Views in New Zealand bound by G. Tombs & Co, Printers and Bookbinders, Christchurch, titled on front cover in gilt lettering E. Wheeler & Son, Christchurch N.Z. (1)

    Sale price: £170

  47. Lot Number 47

    L'Amerique Angloise on description des isles terres du roi D'Angleterre das L'Amerique by Richard Blome, pub abraham Wolfgang, Amsterdam, 1688, with folding maps, small pocket edition, full calf (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  48. Lot Number 48

    OLAUS MAGNUS, Histoire Breviarium Gentium Septentrimaliv, History of Sweden, Scandinavia, Swedish Nordic Norway Folklore, published Amstelodami, apud Joannem a Ravesteyn, 1669, decorative title page, 492 p.p. leather bound (1)

    Sale price: £230

  49. Lot Number 49

    FISHER P., The Anglers Souvenir, edited by G. Christopher Davies, illus by Beckwell and Toplan, pub Frederick Warne 1886, binding loose (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  50. Lot Number 50

    SANDEMAN Fraser, By Hook and By Crook, illus by author, pub Henry Sotheran & co, 1892, and HORSLEY Terance, Fishing for Trout & Salmon, 1945 reprint (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  51. Lot Number 51

    ADDISON Joseph, Remarks on Several Parts of Italy 1701-1703, pub London 1753, four other leather bound volumes and four other volumes (10)

    Sale price: £40

  52. Lot Number 52

    The Works of Robert Burns with an account of his life, fifth edition, pub Belfast Archer, Ward and Simms, 1806, 1/2 calf marbled boards, 4 vols, OEUVRES de Nicolas Boileau Despreaux 1746, 3 vols in full calf, A/F, and LANDE M. de La, Voyage En Italie, pub Geneve 1790 in two volumes (10)

    Sale price: not sold.

  53. Lot Number 53

    BIDDULPH Rev. Thomas T., Practical Essays on the Morning and Evening Services and on The Collects in the Liturgy of the Church of England, 3rd editioin, 2 vols of 3, full calf, and Victoires Conquetes Des Francais De 1789 A 1815, pub Paris c.1834, 12 vols of 13 (14)

    Sale price: not sold.

  54. Lot Number 54

    DURAND Jean-Nicolas-Louis (1760-1834), Recueil et Parallele des Edifices de Tout Genre Anciens et Modernes, 1800, large folio, 110 architectural plates, missing title page, water staining, folio (1)

    Sale price: £20

  55. Lot Number 55

    FRANCIS Dick, chiefly signed 1st Editions, including Knock Down, Straight, Second Wind, 10 lb Penalty, Come to Grief and Whip Hand, Come to Grief 1st USA Edition and Field of 13, second reprint, FINN Frank, The Wild Beasts of the World, illustrated in full colour, pub TC and EC Jack, n.d., and RANJITSINHJI K.S., The Jubilee Book of Cricket, 6th edit, pub Blackwood & Sons, 1898 (10)

    Sale price: not sold.

  56. Lot Number 56

    A Catalogue of Brushes by G.B. Kent & Sons, Brush Manufacturers, for 1883, with the Compliments of G.B. Newey & Sons (1)

    Sale price: £90

  57. Lot Number 57

    VARDON Harry, How to Play Golf, illus, 3rd edition, pub Methuen & Co Ltd (1)

    Sale price: £20

  58. Lot Number 58

    EVANS-WENTZ, W Y, The Tibetan Book of The Dead, 1927, 1st edition (1)

    Sale price: £180

  59. Lot Number 59

    WARDER Joseph, The True Amazons or The Monarchy of Bees (title page missing, but enclosed information suggests this is probably the 3rd edition of 1716) with 6 others on beekeeping (7)

    Sale price: £45

  60. Lot Number 60

    ROSS Ronald, Malarial Fever – its Cause, Prevention and Treatment, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine 1902, NORTH, Roman Fever – History of Malarial Fevers of The Roman Campagna, with large folding maps, 1896, WELLCOME Research Laboratory Reports, Khartoum 3 vols 1904-8 and 3 others related to Malaria & Tropical Medicine (8)

    Sale price: not sold.

  61. Lot Number 61

    ACLAND Henry Wentworth, Memoir on The Cholera at Oxford in 1854 with large colour maps and plans, 1856, ATLAY, J B, Sir Henry Wentworth Acland Bart. – a Memoir, 1903 and The Medical Times & Gazette, 1852 (3)

    Sale price: £90

  62. Lot Number 62

    GIBSON William, The Farriers New Guide containing The Anatomy of a Horse and an Account of all Diseases etc. with copper plate engravings, 1727 and LAWSON A, The Modern Farrier or The Art of Preserving the Health & Curing the Diseases of Horses, Dogs, Oxen, Cows, Sheep & Swine 1825, LAWRENCE Richard, The Complete Farrier and British Sportsman c1833 (3)

    Sale price: £85

  63. Lot Number 63

    ACTON Eliza, Modern Cookery in all it's Branches reduced to a system of easy Practice, 3rd edit, pub London 1845, rebound in leather by Delrue, MRS BEETON's Every Day Cookery, new edition, 1907 and SENN Charles Herman, Century Cookery Book, 10th edit, pub Ward Lock 1833 (3)

    Sale price: £65

  64. Lot Number 64

    RUSKIN John, The Stories of Venice, illus, pub New York, John W. Lovell Company, c.1851, 1/2 calf and marbled boards (3)

    Sale price: £40

  65. Lot Number 65

    BEALE Dr. Lionel S., How to Work with the Microscope, illustrated, illustrated frontis, pub London, Harrison, 1868, 4th edition, green cloth (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  66. Lot Number 66

    ELISOFON Eliot, The Nile, with introduction by Laurens van der Post, 1st edit 1964

    Sale price: not sold.

  67. Lot Number 67

    COLEMAN W.S., British Butterflies, illus, pub London, George Routledge & sons, 1830, and KELMAN and WOOD, Butterflies and Moths, pub Thomas Nelson & Sons, The Shown Series, with d.w. (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  68. Lot Number 68

    JOHNES Thomas, Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain...12 volumes, 2nd edition, 8vo., Loondon 1805-6, 1/4 cloth, boards, very good

    Sale price: £180

  69. Lot Number 69

    Fifteen assorted Botanical Titles including HUTCHINSON, The Genea of Flowering Plants, Vols I & II, SMALL, Practical Botany, COX, Plant Hunting in China, etc (15)

    Sale price: £40

  70. Lot Number 70

    Eleven volumes of Botanical Interest, much overseas, including PIZARRO, Siriopsisde la Flora Chilena, BURKILL, Dictionary of the Economic Products of Malay Peninsula, HJERTING Hawkes, The Potatoes of Argentina, \brazil, etc, Guide to the Forests of the British Solomon Isles etc, from Library of Sir George Taylor

    Sale price: £110

  71. Lot Number 71

    Eleven volumes assorted natural history including BRADLEY, SMITH etc, British Tortricoid Moths, British Spiders, The Worshipful Company of Gardeners of London, etc (11)

    Sale price: £40

  72. Lot Number 72

    DAVIS & LEES, West Yorkshire Geology & Botanical Topography, SHEPPARD Thomas, Yorkshire's Contribution to Science, ROBINSON Flora of East Riding of Yorkshire, LEES, Flora of West Yorkshire, and other titles on Yorkshire and Lancashire Flora (9)

    Sale price: £100

  73. Lot Number 73

    Nine volumes on Floras of South, South West England and Channel Islands including DAVEY, Flora of Cornwall, GROSE, Flora of Wiltshire, STEARN, Supplement to Flora of Wiltshire, LESTER-GARLAND, Flora of Island of Jersey, GOSSELIN, Guernsey's Earliest Flora , etc (9)

    Sale price: £120

  74. Lot Number 74

    Thirteen volumes of Botanical and Horticultural interest including LLOYD, The Carnivorous Plants, GREENE, Botanical History Landmarks, Vol 1 only, FLATTELEY & WALTON, The Biology of the Seashore, SALISBURY, Weeds and Aliens (New Naturalist), STARK, Popular History of British Mosses (13)

    Sale price: £45

  75. Lot Number 75

    GRIFFITH John E., The Flora of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire, TROW, The Flora of Glamorgan, Vol 1 only, Transactions of the Worcestershire Naturalist Club, 1899, LLOYD & RUTTER, Handlist of the Shropshire Flora, and Herefordshire, It's Natural History, Archaeology, written to celebrate Centenary of Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club (5)

    Sale price: £60

  76. Lot Number 76

    Three folio leather bound volumes containing engravings, prints of portraits etc, cut outs, bears bookplate for Sir Charles Ibbotson (3)

    Sale price: £85

  77. Lot Number 77

    A collection of 18th Century and 19th Century Indentures and other legal documents.

    Sale price: £50

  78. Lot Number 78

    BAILEY N., Dictionarium Britannicum or a More Compleat Universal Exymological English Dictionary, 2nd edition, pub London, T. Cox at the Lamb, 1736, endpapers missing, replaced boards (1)

    Sale price: £100

  79. Lot Number 79

    A large bound volume, The Times 1929 Newspapers from April - July (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  80. Lot Number 80

    Ripon Millenar, History of the City of Ripon, fromt eh Year 1400, pub 1892, with signed Charles II document relating to the Church of Rippon in the County of Yorkshire 1661, and original receipt for both, BINET Rene, Versailles and The Trianons, Ltd Edition 21/100 signed, vellum bound A/F and The Book of Common Prayer and Whole Book of Psalms, one title page missing, title page on Psalmes, dated 1717, printed by William Pearson (3)

    Sale price: £40

  81. Lot Number 81

    Ten leather bound volumes, bound by Stumpus, Oxford Binding, Baynton, etc and Gordon-Duff John, It Was Different Then (11)

    Sale price: £150

  82. Lot Number 82

    A selection of Photographs of the Year from c.1930-1953 (original Editor was Mortimer)

    Sale price: not sold.

  83. Lot Number 83

    MONTGOMERY of ALAMEIN, Field-Marshal Viscount, A History of Warfare, pub Collins 1968, signed by author, with d.w. (1)

    Sale price: £55

  84. Lot Number 84

    Nine various volumes including COGGAN Donald, Convictions, CHICHESTER Francis, Gipsy Moth Circles the World, HEATH Edward, Sailing, GALLICO Paul, The Silent Miaow, etc (9)

    Sale price: £20

  85. Lot Number 85

    A collection of Ephemera relating to the Foyle family, (publishers) including photographs, including Winifred Briggs assistant, receipts, a volume of Foyles Fifty Years 1904-1954, and other items. (Bundle)

    Sale price: £40

  86. Lot Number 86

    GOLDSMITH Oliver, A History of the Earth and Animated Nature in two volumes, pub Blackie & Son, illus black & white, Vol 1 with coloured plates, CULPEPER, The Complete Herbal, new edition, Harrow Atlas and three other vols (8)

    Sale price: £40

  87. Lot Number 87

    The Beauties of England and Wales, the British Atlas comprising complete set of County Maps of England and Wales, with general Map of Navigable Rivers and Canals, pub London 1810, hand coloured maps, binding repaired and new endpapers (1)

    Sale price: £420

  88. Lot Number 88

    HALL Mrs S.C., The Book of Royalty, characteristics of British Palaces, drawings by Perring and Brown, pub London Ackermann and Co. 1839, foxing, boards worn (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  89. Lot Number 89

    PLUMPTRE E.H., (late Dean of Wells), The Life of Dante, edited by Arthur John Butler, pub London 1901 with Siegfried Sassoon's signature, binding poor and ASHFORD Daisy, The Young Visitors or Mr Satteenas Plan, foreward by J.M. Barrie, pub London, Chatto and Windus, 1919, 8th impression (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  90. Lot Number 90

    WANOSTROCHT N., The Classical Vocabulary French and English, with collection of letters, 5th edit, pub London 1803, Everyman His Own Gardener, n.d., lacks title page, ADDISON Joseph, The Free Holder or Political Essays, pub London 1751, BALTHASARIS CASTILIONIS, Curi ali Sive Aulico, pub 1713 and Natural History of Various Counties with maps, no title page (5)

    Sale price: £90

  91. Lot Number 91

    ROSS and SOMERVILLE, a Patrick's Day Hunt, Some Experiences of an Irish RM, pub Westminster, Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd., illustrated col. plates (1)

    Sale price: £90

  92. Lot Number 92

    CROMBE Charles, The Rules of Golf, published by Golf Illustrated, Copyright of Perrier, French Natural Sparkling Table Water, New Bond Street, humerous illustrations in colour (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  93. Lot Number 93

    CRADDOCK Harry, Compiler, The Savoy Cockktail Book pub London, Constable and Company Ltd, 1930, compiled for the Savoy Hotel, London (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  94. Lot Number 94

    JOHNSTON Keith, Royal Atlas of Modern Geography, pub William Blackwood and Sons, 1869, boards loose (1)

    Sale price: £55

  95. Lot Number 95

    A selection of Countryside titles, by Ian Niall, H. E. Bates, etc, chiefly illustrated by C. F. Tunnicliffe (24)

    Sale price: £90

  96. Lot Number 96

    The "Times" Atlas containing Maps etc, pub The Office of The Times, 1895, folio (1)

    Sale price: £30

  97. Lot Number 98

    WHITE Rev Malcolm, The Symbolical Numbers in Scripture 1868, McCORMACK R, Seven in Scripture 1926 and the Polyglot Bible c1850 (3)

    Sale price: £60

  98. Lot Number 99

    McCORMICK Malachi, Irish Festive Fare - A Cookbook, The Stone Street Press, 1984 and 2 similar, boxed (each signed by the author), SOYER Alexis, The Modern Housewife or Menagere, comprising nearly 1000 Receipts….for the preparation of Every Meal of the Day, 1849, SCOTT Joan Hall, The Governor’s Lady, Entertainment and Recipes At Government House Cayman Islands, 2007, signed by author and Cre-Fydd’s Family Fare, The Young Housewife’s Daily Assistant, 1871 (6).

    Sale price: £35

  99. Lot Number 100

    A 1574 Bishop's Version Bible with Apocrypha, Prophets, Machabees, etc, some loss of pages and title page missing, later leather binding

    Sale price: £250

  100. Lot Number 101

    COSMETICS For My Lady and Good Fare for My Lord, collected Recipes, pub The Golden Cockerel Press limited edition 135/300, decorative cloth with tree and cockerel (1)

    Sale price: £75

  101. Lot Number 102

    COBBETT Anne, The English Housekeeper or Manual of Domestic Management, 3rd edit, pub London, A Cobbett 1842, rebound, and COLLINGWOOD and WOOLLAMS, The Universal Cook and City and Country Housekeeper, pub London 1792, rebound (2)

    Sale price: £90

  102. Lot Number 103

    WARBURTON Hon Lady Elizabeth, The Experienced English Housekeeper, new edition, pub London, A. Miller, 1788, rebound (1)

    Sale price: £55

  103. Lot Number 104

    FRERE Catherine edit, A Reprint of A Proper Newe Book of Cookerye 1913, BOYER & COWDIN, Hay Dieting 1934, NICHOLLS George J., Bacon and Hams, 2nd edit, pub 1924, An MS Receipt Book, Mary Anne Rudge 1833, 56 written pages, and three others

    Sale price: £85

  104. Lot Number 105

    WALKER Thomas, The Art of Dining, pub 1928, limited edition of 600 copies, and other etiquette titles and cookery (8)

    Sale price: not sold.

  105. Lot Number 106

    William and John Halfpenny Architects, Rural Architecture in the Chinese Taste being designs entirely new for decoration of Gardens, Parks, etc, 3rd edition, with addition of 4 plates in Quarto of Roofs, pub London 1755, Robert Sayer, fleet Street, some tears and spine loose (1)

    Sale price: £440

  106. Lot Number 107

    WOOLET Hanah, The Gentlewomans Companion or a Guide to the Female Sex, with letters and discourses, pub London 1675, leather bound (1)

    Sale price: £260

  107. Lot Number 108

    BARRIE J. M., Peter Pan and Wendy, illus Mabel Lucie Attwell, 1979 reprint, FITZGERALD Inter, Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyan, illus Edmund Dulac, printed from Second Edition, MATZ, Character Sketches from Dickens, illus Harold Copping, pub Raphael Tuck, The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer, illus Russell flint (4)

    Sale price: £35

  108. Lot Number 109

    BOX: RITSON Joseph, Robin Hood, illus T. Bewick and others, pub 1885, LAMB Charles & Mary, Tales from Shakespeare, The Ingoldsby Legends, Albion Edition, ANDREWS & LANG Old English Towns, DICKENS Charles, A Christmas Carol, illus Arthur Rackham, DOYLE Conan, Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 2nd edit, Strand Magazine, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £420

  109. Lot Number 110

    GREENAWAY Kate, A Day in a Child's Life, The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning, A Apple Pie, reprint, LEAR Edward, Nonsense Botany and Nonsense Alphabets, HAUPTMANN Tatjana, Hurray for Peregrine Pig, and GADD Jeremy, A Tale of Tai Ringal and other Poems, engravings by P. John Burden (6)

    Sale price: £130

  110. Lot Number 111

    Fourteen volumes of DICKENS, Charles, Works, pub London, Chapman and Hall, 1/2 calf and marbled boaards, worn (14)

    Sale price: £90

  111. Lot Number 112

    NICHOLSON George, The Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening, pub Upcott Gill and MORRIS Rev. F.O., A History of British Butterflies, col plates, pub London 1864 (9)

    Sale price: £20

  112. Lot Number 113

    BUTLER Arthur G., British Birds with their Nests and Eggs, illus F.W. Frohawk, in six volumes, pub Brumby & Clarke Ltd (6)

    Sale price: £35

  113. Lot Number 114

    PRATT Anne, The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges and Ferns of Great Britain, pub London, Frederick Warne, illustrated, green decorative cloth, stained (6)

    Sale price: £75

  114. Lot Number 115

    BRITTEN James, European Ferns, illustrated from nature by D. Blair, pub Cassell & Company, no date (1)

    Sale price: £55

  115. Lot Number 116

    WRIGHT John, The Fruit Growers Guide, pub H. Virtue & Co., illustrated coloured plates, green decorative cloth, Divisions I, II, III & V (4)

    Sale price: £30

  116. Lot Number 117

    GOLDSMITH Oliver, A History of the Earth and Animated Nature, pub Blackie & son, 1864, CUVIER Baron, The Animal Kingdom, new edition, illustrated, pub London 1886 and a volume of illustrations of Game Birds and Wild Fowl of the British Islands (4)

    Sale price: £90

  117. Lot Number 118

    HUTCHINSON Walter edit, Dog Encyclopaedia, illustrated, in three volumes, green with gilt detail, and SIMPSON Frances, The Book of the Cat, pub Cassell & Co, 1903 (4)

    Sale price: £75

  118. Lot Number 119

    Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, Hedley Peck & F.G. Aflato, The Encyclopaedia of Sport, pub London 1897 two volumes, stained binding (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  119. Lot Number 120

    MARTIN R. Montgomery, the British Colonies, their History, Extent, Condition and Resources, pub J. & F. Tallis, red cloth, torn (1)

    Sale price: £75

  120. Lot Number 121

    Six volumes relating to Norman Rockwell, The Artist and Illustrator, many illustrations (6)

    Sale price: £50

  121. Lot Number 122

    The Leaders of Society, The Whitehall Review, A Saturday Journal, Portraits in Crayon pub at The Whitehall Review Office 1877-1879, three volumes (3)

    Sale price: £20

  122. Lot Number 123

    BARKER K.F., Just Pups, sketches in pen and pencil, pub Country Life 1st edit 1937, Nothing But Dogs, pub 1st edit 1938, Just Dogs, 1934 reprint, HARNETT C.M., In Praise of Dogs, pub 1st edit 1936 and HARDY Capt. H.F.H., Good Gun Dogs pub 1st edit 1938 (5)

    Sale price: £95

  123. Lot Number 124

    DAWSON Lucy, Dogs as I see them, pub 1936, Lucy Dawson's Dog Book no date, Dogs Rough and Smooth, 1937, CROXTON-SMITH A., Tail Waggers 1935, WARDLE C. Francis, All Dogs pub 1935 and CORNWALLIS-WEST G., Us Dogs (6)

    Sale price: £30

  124. Lot Number 125

    ANDERSON James, edit, The New Practical Gardener, pub London, William Mackenzie, coloured plates, 1/2 calf (1)

    Sale price: £20

  125. Lot Number 126

    STOKES Vernon and HARNETT Cynthia, Mudlakes, Mountaineers, Sand-Hoppers, Bob Tail Pup, Ducks & Drakes, all reprints, Follow My Leader, 1949 1st edition and A Town Dog in the Country, lacks title page (7)

    Sale price: not sold.

  126. Lot Number 127

    RUBAIYAT of Omar Khayyan, rendered into English by Edward Fitzgerald, illus Edmund Dulac, pu Hodder & Stoughton, 2nd edit and CANZIANI Estella and RHODE Eleanor, Piedmont, pub London 1913, illustrated (2)

    Sale price: £90

  127. Lot Number 128

    The Old Nursery Rhymes, illus Lawson Wood, LAWSON WOOD's Merry Monkeys, Mischief Makers, rebound, A Bedtime Picture Book, Granpop's Book of Fun and seven other illustrated children's books (12)

    Sale price: £55

  128. Lot Number 129

    MASEFIELD John, The Country Scene In Poems, illus Edward Seago, pub Collins, Pall Mall (1)

    Sale price: £30

  129. Lot Number 130

    The Atlas of Historic Towns edit M. Lobel, in two volumes, BRAUN & HOGENBERG's City Maps of Europe, The Colleges of Oxford and Cambridge (5)

    Sale price: £20

  130. Lot Number 131

    A Series of Ancient, Allegorical and Legendary Paintings discovered on the walls of the Chapel of The Trinity, Stratford upon Avon, pub London 1838 and Robert Morden Map Designs, modern reprint (2)

    Sale price: £180

  131. Lot Number 132

    Peter Scott illustrated Books including The Snow Goose Morning Flight, Wild Chorus, Observations of Wildlife, SHACKLETON Keith, Tidelines and Wakes, etc (8)

    Sale price: £55

  132. Lot Number 133

    HANNEFORD-SMITH W., The Architectural Work of Sir Banister Fletcher, limited edition 1934, Glossary of Terms used in Architecture, 2nd edition, Development Plan of City of Worcester, and The Golden City (4)

    Sale price: not sold.

  133. Lot Number 134

    The Castles of Herefordshire, Mansions and Manors of Herefordshire and two other volumes on English Mansions (4)

    Sale price: £100

  134. Lot Number 135

    TRISTRAM, English Medieval Wall Painting in three volumes (3)

    Sale price: £160

  135. Lot Number 136

    Eight volumes relating to Golf including VAILE The Short Game, ARMOUR Tommy, A Round of golf, and The Bobby Jones Story, uncorrected proof copies, etc (8)

    Sale price: not sold.

  136. Lot Number 137

    AUDUBON John James, The Birds of America, Pub MacMillan, New York 1946, 1 vol and The Original Watercolour Painting of John James Audubon for The Birds of America, reproduced in colour, pub 1966 in two volumes in a slip case (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  137. Lot Number 138

    Twelve volumes Dick Francis titles, many first editions, all with d.w. (12)

    Sale price: not sold.

  138. Lot Number 139

    ALDIN Cecil, Field-Babies, pub Frowder & Hodder & Stoughton c.1910, coloured plates, Bunnyborough, pub Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1946, 1st edit, and Ratcatcher to Scarlet, 2nd editioin 1932

    Sale price: not sold.

  139. Lot Number 140

    SYMONS G J, British Rainfall on The Distribution of Rain over The British Isles, 3 Vols 1874, 1877 and 1878, Weather - A Monthly Magazine for those interested in Meteorology, Vol I & II 1946-7 and The Weather Map, Air Ministry 1938 (6)

    Sale price: £20

  140. Lot Number 141

    KINGSLEY Charles, The Water Babies, pub London 1891, Madam How and Lady Why, pub 1907, both illustrated, and BELL Curver, Jane Eyre, An Autobiography, new edition, pub 1887 (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  141. Lot Number 142

    The Felix Annual, The Comic Adventures of Felix The Film Cat, pub London, E. Hulton & Co Ltd, 1st Year of Issue (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  142. Lot Number 143

    LEAR Edward, The Book of Nonsense, 25th edition, pub London and New York (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  143. Lot Number 144

    IVIMEY John W., Complete Version of Ye Three Blind Mice, illus Walton Corbould, pub London, Frederick Warne & Co., coloured illustrations (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  144. Lot Number 145

    READ Miss, The Howards of Caxley, 1st edit, 1967, Emily Davis, 1971, Miss Clare Remembers, 1962, HARRIS Mollie, Another Kind of Magic,SHUTE Neville, The Rainbow and the Rose, all with d.w., and POST Laurens Van Der Post, The Heat of the Hunter (6)

    Sale price: £30

  145. Lot Number 146

    HOCKWELL Miss Lilian, Some Studies of Children, a booklet of Chilprufe drawings and quantity painting/drawing books (Bundle)

    Sale price: £40

  146. Lot Number 147

    MOORAT Joseph (arranger), Thirty Old-Time Nursery Songs, pictures by Paul Woodroffe, pub London T.C. & E.C. Jack, New Pinafore Pictures & Rhymes, by Collins, Dewaine etc, pub Dean & Son, LINES Kathleen, Lavender's Blue, A Book of Nursery Rhymes, and PRITCHARD F.H., (Retold) The Children's Brer Rabbit, illus. Appleton (4)

    Sale price: not sold.

  147. Lot Number 148

    A collection of fourteen Children's Titles including Life & Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Swiss Family Robinson, Heidi, etc (14)

    Sale price: not sold.

  148. Lot Number 149

    Six volumes Decorative Bindings including KIPLING R., Captain Corageous, In the Wilds of Africa, DICKENS, Bleak House, Nicholas Nickleby, etc (6)

    Sale price: not sold.

  149. Lot Number 150

    Ten volumes including GOLDSMITH, The Vicar of Wakefield, pub London 1855, leather bound, IRVING, Bracebridge Hall, illus Caldecott, 1895, three other leather bound volumes and various (10)

    Sale price: not sold.

  150. Lot Number 151

    WAGNER Richard, The Rhinegold and Valkyrie, translated Margaret Armour, illus Arthur Rackham, pub London 1910 (1)

    Sale price: £130

  151. Lot Number 152

    LANG Andrew, The Olive Fairy Book, pub Longmans, 1907, 1st edit, rebound in half green morocco by H. Sotheran Ltd, with letter signed by A. Long bound in, The Lilac Fairy Book, pub 1910 1st edition, rebound in half lilac/grey morocco by H. Sotheran Ltd and The Brown Fairy Book, pub 1904, 1stedition, original decorative binding (3)

    Sale price: £520

  152. Lot Number 153

    LANG Andrew, The Grey fairy Book, pub 1900 (two copies, one A/F), The Yellow Fairy Book 1906 new impression and 1894 edition A/F, The Blue Fairy Book, The True Fairy Book, The Red True Story Book, etc (14)

    Sale price: £360

  153. Lot Number 154

    DULAC Edmund, Picture Book for the French Red Cross, pub Daily Telegraph, rebacked new endpapers, WOLD, The Secret of the Ancient Oak, 1945 and DON QUIXOTE, Amadis de Gaule, pub Hachette, London (3)

    Sale price: £35

  154. Lot Number 155

    Nine ENID BLYTON titles, c1956, BAGNOLD Enid, Alice and Thomas Jane, illus Laurian Jones, 1930, UTTLEY Alice, The Knot Squirrel Tied and other children's titles (24)

    Sale price: £35

  155. Lot Number 156

    DEFOE Daniel, The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, pub Frederick Warne & Co, London, decorative cloth binding c.1890, n.d. (1)

    Sale price: £50

  156. Lot Number 157

    Two facsimile copies of 1955 Rupert Annual and The Adventures of Rupert and six 1970's copies of Rupert Annual (8)

    Sale price: not sold.

  157. Lot Number 158

    Nineteen various Comics, Adventures 1949, The Rover 1949, etc (19)

    Sale price: not sold.

  158. Lot Number 159

    The Racing Calendar, Steeple Chases past for the year 1919/1920, pub 1919 and 1920, in two volumes (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  159. Lot Number 160

    HUMPHREYS Mr., Trans, Spectacle de la Nature or Nature Display'd being Discourses on such particulars of Natural History as were thought to Excite the Curiosity and Form the Minds of Youth, folding illustrated copper plates, 2nd edition, Vol II only, pub London 1737, leather bound (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  160. Lot Number 161

    Four Photograph Albums containing portrait and group family photographs (4)

    Sale price: £65

  161. Lot Number 162

    An Album of in excess of 200 'Golden Age' Postcards with a considerable emphasis on railway items (1)

    Sale price: £340

  162. Lot Number 163

    Three loose-leaf Binders with Postcards, Photographs, Ephemera, Tickets and magazine articles of the Railways of Birmingham, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Bristol.

    Sale price: £120

  163. Lot Number 164

    A box of varied items including: 3 Booklets on T.P.O.'s/R.S.O.'s/, folder containing Quarry Bank Light Railway & Railways of Wednesbury, thirteen Railway Magazines (twelve of 1960's and one of 1921), five Videos and seven DVD's, two hardback books, Buildings of Britain (Dibnam) and Railways of Southern Africa (Nock), collection of various magazines, etc, also a number of early Calendars (non railway)

    Sale price: £20

  164. Lot Number 165

    BOX: Thirty-six late 19th Century French Merchandising insert Cards, 1930's, The "Sunny Jim" Rag Doll Again, Force advertising leaflet (Box)

    Sale price: not sold.

  165. Lot Number 166

    An early 20th Century autograph Book containing numerous watercolour sketches, drawings and other illustrations

    Sale price: £30

  166. Lot Number 167

    A collection of assorted Postcards, topographical, greetings and general interest

    Sale price: £110

  167. Lot Number 168

    An Album/Scrap Book of many Photographs relating to Captain W.H. Hemmings, Commodore of the B.I.S.N. Co Ltd with pirctures on board ship, places visited, various cartoons/drawings, etc

    Sale price: £200

  168. Lot Number 169

    Eleven assorted Albums, Scrap Albums, Greetings Cards (11)

    Sale price: £40

  169. Lot Number 170

    Ten assorted Albums/Scrap Albums containing Greetings Cards, scraps, prints, drawings, etc (10)

    Sale price: £80

  170. Lot Number 171

    An MSS Scrap Book containing 18th Century correspondence by the Tooke famil of St Petersburgh, Paris, London, Tunbridge Wells etc and another smaller volume with an extract from Reverend William Tooke chaplain at British Factory at St Petersburgh from 1773 to 1792 (2)

    Sale price: £1,000

  171. Lot Number 172

    A 19th Century Photograph Album with Views chiefly in Wales including Llandudno, Snowdon, Aberglaslyn, Bettws y Coed, various Castles, etc, leather bound

    Sale price: £70

  172. Lot Number 173

    A Victorian Tartanware Photograph Album, front cover painted a lanscape of Loch Katrine, leather spine, rubbed

    Sale price: £160

  173. Lot Number 174

    Three Albums of Postcards including some World War I silk cards, topographical etc (3)

    Sale price: £35

  174. Lot Number 175

    Five editions of The Kingsland Mercury/Advertiser, 1854, April-October and a photocopy of an Enlarged edition for May 22nd 1854 (6)

    Sale price: £140

  175. Lot Number 176

    A collection of Victorian and pre-Victorian Receipts and Ephemera, Prudential Assurance receipt, some 20th Century receipts with letterheads, etc

    Sale price: £50

  176. Lot Number 177

    A Photograph Album, bound in Mauchlinware boards, made from wood grown near Alloway Kirk with various scenes in Scotland, metal clasp

    Sale price: £80

  177. Lot Number 178

    Four leather bound Victorian Photograph Albums, three with decorated pages to interior

    Sale price: not sold.

  178. Lot Number 179

    Four leather bound Victorian Photograph Albums, three with decorated pages to interior

    Sale price: not sold.

  179. Lot Number 180

    Five assorted victorian Photograph Albums, two cloth bound and three leather bound

    Sale price: not sold.

  180. Lot Number 181

    FOLDER: Engravings and Prints, architectural, etc (Folder)

    Sale price: £120

  181. Lot Number 182

    FOLDER: Engravings and Prints, chiefly portraits (Folder)

    Sale price: £20

  182. Lot Number 183

    FOLDER: Assorted Engravings and Prints, some coloured (Folder)

    Sale price: £320

  183. Lot Number 184

    FOLDER: Prints, steel Engravings, Watercolours, etc (Folder)

    Sale price: £120

  184. Lot Number 185

    FOLDER: Engravings, Maps, etc (Folder)

    Sale price: £160

  185. Lot Number 186

    BOX: Assorted Prints/Engravings, Drawings etc (Box)

    Sale price: £25

  186. Lot Number 187

    BOX: Assorted Prints, Engravings, Drawings, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £160

  187. Lot Number 188

    A small folder of Prints, Postcards and bound Souvenir of Hereford showing street scenes and buildings

    Sale price: £25

  188. Lot Number 189

    BOX: Assorted early 20th Century Ephemera including Tourist Guide, Recipe Books, advertising booklets, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £20

  189. Lot Number 190

    BOX: Assorted 20th Century Childrens Books including Raphael Tuck, Dolly at Home, Pussy's ABC, LIttle Bo Peep, Book of Nonsense, various cookery books, Price Guide "CEA", etc (Box)

    Sale price: £70

  190. Lot Number 191

    A Victorian leather bound Photograph album with Views of Oxford, Gloucester, various members of Macdonald family and others at Oxford, etc, Views of Grahamstown, Lincoln Cathedral and Iffley Church and Lock, some dated in 1870's (1)

    Sale price: £220

  191. Lot Number 192

    A large leather bound Victorian Photograph Album and five small Albums, chiefly portrait photographs (6)

    Sale price: £110

  192. Lot Number 193

    A small Sketch Album with pencil and watercolour sketches of Ludlow Castle, Stokesay, Culmington Church, Shoreham Castle, 1860's (1)

    Sale price: £160

  193. Lot Number 194

    Twelve Japanese printed books of designs, emblems, writing, etc, bound with stitching (12)

    Sale price: £160

  194. Lot Number 195

    Two fragments of 16th Century parchment with black letter print, A/F

    Sale price: £30

  195. Lot Number 196

    A folder of Documents, Standing Order in relation to Newport, Hereford and Abergavenny and Hay Extension for the Railway (Folder)

    Sale price: £70

  196. Lot Number 197

    BOX: Bound Railway Magazines, 1926-1939 (Box)

    Sale price: £50

  197. Lot Number 198

    TOMLINSON William Weaver, The North Estern Railway, It's Rise and Development, 1914 (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  198. Lot Number 199

    GASQUOINE C.P., The Story of the Cambrian, A Biography of a Railway, pub 1922, Wrexham and Oswestry, and COLLARD William, Proposed London and Paris Railway, London and Paris in 2 hours 45 minutes, pub P.S. King & Son, 1928 (2)

    Sale price: £40

  199. Lot Number 200

    TWO BOXES: Railway related titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £50

  200. Lot Number 201

    TWO BOXES: Railway related titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £35

  201. Lot Number 202

    TWO BOXES: Railway related titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £45

  202. Lot Number 203

    Two Railway Publications, Special Instructions relating to Goods, Mineral and Live Stock Traffic, January 1932, and General Classification of Merchandise (Merchandise other than dangerous goods by Merchandise Trains), January 1932, both published by Railway Clearing House (2)

    Sale price: £30

  203. Lot Number 204

    Twenty two G.W.R. Letters, Forms, Notices, etc, (Small Bundle)

    Sale price: not sold.

  204. Lot Number 205

    BOX: Box of Billheads, Kid 19th - Mid 20th Century (100's) (Box)

    Sale price: £75

  205. Lot Number 206

    Two Albums of Ephemera and Photographs relating to 1930's dance band, Leeds, Yorkshire area.

    Sale price: £180

  206. Lot Number 207

    Folder of World War II Eighth Army ephemera

    Sale price: £20

  207. Lot Number 208

    100+ Photographic Portraits of Victorian celebrities by Downey

    Sale price: £60

  208. Lot Number 209

    LARGE BOX: A large box of Ephemera (Box)

    Sale price: £40

  209. Lot Number 210

    A Tray of Ephemera

    Sale price: £25

  210. Lot Number 211

    Showbusiness archive - Harold Berens, Comedian and character Actor

    Sale price: £20

  211. Lot Number 212

    BOX: Large box of Photographic Slides and Photographs (Box)

    Sale price: £40

  212. Lot Number 213

    BOX: A large box of old Photographs (Box)

    Sale price: £110

  213. Lot Number 214

    D'OYLY Rev. George, and MANT Rev. Richard, The Holy Bible, pub Oxford 1817, in three volumes, bound in leather and two Victorian leather bound Bibles with brass clasps (5)

    Sale price: £40

  214. Lot Number 215

    DICKENS Charles, The Works, pub Chapman and Hall in a green cloth (faded) limited edition (40)

    Sale price: £25

  215. Lot Number 216

    TWO BOXES: BUCHANAN John, various titles including Nelson's History of the War, and many others (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  216. Lot Number 217

    Il Sediccesimo libro Dell'Historia Naturrale Di Gaio Plinio Secondo, lacks title page

    Sale price: £30

  217. Lot Number 218

    Cotgrave Randle, A dictionaire of the French and English Tongues, pub London 1611, binding poor (1)

    Sale price: £20

  218. Lot Number 219

    TWO BOXES: Folio Society volumes, many new (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £90

  219. Lot Number 220

    BOX: Antiquarian books, archtectural, bindings etc (Box)

    Sale price: £120

  220. Lot Number 221

    BELSHAM William, History of Great Britain from the revolution, 1688 to the conclusion of the Treaty of Amiens, 1802, pub London Richard Phillips, 1806, full calf, in twelve volumes (12)

    Sale price: £100

  221. Lot Number 222

    Voyage du Jeune Anacharsis En Grece, pub Paris, Chez de Bure, 1789, 2nd edition, full calf in 7 volumes (7)

    Sale price: not sold.

  222. Lot Number 223

    The History and Adventures of the renowned Don Quixote translated from the Spanish of Miguel De Carranteo Saavedra, with some account of his life by T. Smollet, with engravings, pub Dublin, John Chamber, 1796 in four volumes (4)

    Sale price: £110

  223. Lot Number 224

    BOX: Topographical and general titles (Box)

    Sale price: not sold.

  224. Lot Number 225

    TWO BOXES: one on Canals, Boats and Oracles, and another Engineering titles, various (Two Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  225. Lot Number 226

    FOUR BOXES : Assorted general titles, including Britain in Pictures etc (Four Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  226. Lot Number 227

    THREE BOXES: Childrens titles including The Beano 1955 and 1957, The Topper Books, Observers etc (3 Boxes)

    Sale price: £35

  227. Lot Number 228

    THREE BOXES: Railway and Steam related, Aviation etc (3 Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  228. Lot Number 229

    BALNIEL & CLARK edit, Commemorative Catalogue of the Exhibition of Italian Art held at the Royal Academy 1930, 2 vols and Archaeologia relating to Antiquity pub London 1812 (2)

    Sale price: £60

  229. Lot Number 230

    AUDEBERT, Jean Baptiste, Histoire Naturelle des Singes et Makis, pub by Chez Desray on Huitieme Paris, water damaged, folio, leather bound (1)

    Sale price: £2,300

  230. Lot Number 231

    WHITFIELD, Roderick, The Art of Central Asia, The Stein Collection in the British Museum 2, pub Kodansha, in box (2)

    Sale price: £90

  231. Lot Number 232

    STEIN, Sir Aurel, Serindia, a detailed report of Explorations in Central Asia and Westernmost, 4 vols, and a box with maps (5)

    Sale price: £6,200

  232. Lot Number 233

    SVEN, Hedin, Trans Himalaya, Discoveries and Adventures in Tibet, pub MacMillan & Co, 1910, 3 vols, and STEIN, M. Aurel, Ruins of Desert Cathay, Explorations in Central Asia and Westernmost China, 2 vols (5)

    Sale price: £320

  233. Lot Number 234

    LEVAILLANT Francois, Natural History of Parrots, Vol II, pub Paris originally 1805, reprint in two volumes, coloured plates and another volume on the Natural History of Parrots 1989 (3)

    Sale price: £240

  234. Lot Number 235

    TWAIN Mark, The American Claimant, 1st edit 1892, Extracts from Adam's Diary, 1904, Life on the Mississippi, pub Chato Windus, 1883, 1st edit, two others, MARK TWAIN's AUTOBIOGRAPHY, with introduction by Albert Bigelow Paine, pub Harper Brothers, 1924, in two volumes, and KIPLING Rudyard, The Years Between, A Fleet in Being and The Day's Work Please Note There are 9 First Editions (9)

    Sale price: £440

  235. Lot Number 236

    SMITH Patricia R., Modern Collectors Dolls Series One, Two and Three and GERVEN Jo. Elizabeth, Wonderful Dolls of Papier Mache (4)

    Sale price: not sold.

  236. Lot Number 237

    The New Book of Martyrs, lacks title page and last 12 pages, no's 412-424, spine repaired

    Sale price: not sold.

  237. Lot Number 238

    MACLAREN Ian, Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush, illus William Hole, pub London, Hodder-Stoughton 1896, limited edition 69/415, blue cloth (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  238. Lot Number 239

    FEA Allen, Secret Chambers and Hiding Places, n.d., blue cloth and COWPER H.S., F.S.A., Millom Castle and the Hudlestons (Ancestry in the Allen Fea volume) (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  239. Lot Number 240

    SOLLY M. Neal, Memoir of the Life of David Cox, with selection of his correspondence and some account of his works, pub London, Chapman and Hall, 1873, illustrated, red decorative cloth binding (1)

    Sale price: £55

  240. Lot Number 241

    BERNERS, Dame Juliana, The Book containing the Treatise of Hawking; Hunting; Coat Armour; Fishing; and Blasing of Arms, Printed at Westminster by Wynkyn de Worde, preceeded by Literary Researches into the History of the Book of Saint Albans, published reprinted 1810 by Harding and Wright, London, contemporary leather bound with tooling and gilt, rubbed and spine splitting, bears bookplates for Edward Knox and Helen Fletcher (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  241. Lot Number 242

    SEEBOHM Henry, A History of British Birds, pub London, Porter and Dalau, 1883 in three volumes with one volume of coloured Plates, 1/2 morocco and marbled boards (4)

    Sale price: £130

  242. Lot Number 243

    GRAY Mr., Poems to which are prefixed Memoirs of His Life and Writings by W. Mason, pub York, Ward, Dodeley & Todd, 1775, full calf, splitting spine, and LYTTON Right Hon. Lord Lytton, illus, pub London, G.J. Howell & Co., n.d., 12 vols (13)

    Sale price: £30

  243. Lot Number 244

    THORNBURY Walter, Old and New London, new edit, pub Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., Vols 1-4 and 6, MORTLOCK, Famous London Churches, and The Illustrated Exhibitor and Magazine of Art, pub London 1852 in two volumes, and Complete Works of Shakespeare, BRYANT Arthur, King Charles II, 1932, and MEREDITH Gerry, Poems, Vol I only, 1912

    Sale price: £20

  244. Lot Number 245

    BOX: Assorted leather bound volumes (Box)

    Sale price: £20

  245. Lot Number 246

    PAYNE John, trans, The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Knight, limited edition on Holland paper, No 457/500 pub New York 1884, in nine volumes (9)

    Sale price: £160

  246. Lot Number 247

    PAYNE John, trans, Tales from the Arabia of the Breslan and Calcutta (1814-18) edition, subscribers copy, No 437/500, pub London 1884 in three volumes (3)

    Sale price: £160

  247. Lot Number 248

    PYE Henry James, The Sportsman's Dictionary containing instruction for various methods to be observed....., 5th edition pub London 1807, illustrated (1)

    Sale price: £20

  248. Lot Number 249

    PRESCOTT William H., History of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, pub London 1838 3 vols, History of Conquest of Peru, pub London 1847 2 vols, History of Conquest of Mexico, pub 1843 3 vols, 1/2 calf and marbled boards (8)

    Sale price: £110

  249. Lot Number 250

    GOLDSMITH Oliver, The Works of, edit by Peter Cunningham, pub London, John Murray, 1854 in four volumes bound by Bayntun, Binder, Bath, and MACAULLAY Lord, Critical and Historical Essays, pub London 1862, full calf (7)

    Sale price: £190

  250. Lot Number 251

    KIPLING Rudyard, Thy Servant A Dog, and other stories, illus G.L. Stampa, pub MacMillan & Co 1950, bound in full calf by Bayntun Riviere, Bath (1)

    Sale price: £120

  251. Lot Number 252

    The Last Journals of David Livingstone in Central Africa from 1865 to his death, with narrative by Horace Waller, pub London John Murray, 1874 in two volumes (2)

    Sale price: £210

  252. Lot Number 253

    BEWICK, A General History of Quadrapeds, 3rd edition, pub Newcastle 1792, DARWIN Charles, The Mineral Library on structure Coral Reefs, pub Ward Lock 1890, bound in full calf by Relfe Brothers, London, The Florist and Pomologist 1867 and 1868, illustrated, and two various (6)

    Sale price: £130

  253. Lot Number 254

    MILTON's Paradise Lost, illus Gustave Dore, edit by Rovert Vaughan, pub Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co, 1882,KENNEDY Rev. John, edit, FOXE's Book of Martyrs, pub John Tallis & Co, vol 2, and The Works of Shakespear in six volumes, revised and corrected, pub London 1745, leather bound (8)

    Sale price: £280

  254. Lot Number 255

    JOHNSON Samuel, A Dictionary of the English Language, with corrections and additions by Rev. Todd, 2nd edit, pub London 1827, in three volumes, CHAMBERS, The Book of Days, A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities, in two volumes, 1/2 calf bound (5)

    Sale price: £95

  255. Lot Number 256

    THOMSON James, The Seasons, pub London 1758, Poems pub Edinburgh 1763, other Poetry by Longfellow, etc, and sundry chiefly leather bound volumes

    Sale price: £160

  256. Lot Number 265

    A 16th Century section of illustrated scenes of interior and architectural detail, dated 1531

    Sale price: £180

  257. Lot Number 266

    A 16th Century volume Commenta Ria Nicolai Gor Rani in Quatvor Evangelia pub 1537, Petrus Quentel excudebat vellum bound, poor condition (1)

    Sale price: £160

  258. Lot Number 267

    Two scrap Books with engravings etc (2)

    Sale price: £65

  259. Lot Number 268

    MILES Henry, The Book of Field Sports, Vol1 and The History of the Gun, nd (2)

    Sale price: £140

  260. Lot Number 269

    A collection of early 19th Century French Manuscripts

    Sale price: £600

  261. Lot Number 300

    BURKITT William, Expository Notes with Practical Observations, or the New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, 6th edit, pub London 1716, full calf, portrait frontis (1)

    Sale price: not sold.

  262. Lot Number 302

    BOX: Military/Naval. T.E. Lawrence, etc (Box)

    Sale price: not sold.

  263. Lot Number 303

    BOX: Chiefly Naval, including Naval War of 1812, Jane's All the Worlds Aircraft, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £40

  264. Lot Number 304

    BOX: Military including Aircraft, classic aircraft, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £45

  265. Lot Number 305

    BOX: Military including Peninsula War, Battles in Britain, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £60

  266. Lot Number 306

    BOX: Military including chiefly air Force/Planes, Royal Air Force, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £85

  267. Lot Number 307

    BOX: Military and war related, history, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £25

  268. Lot Number 308

    BOX: War related including Submarines, and other Warfare (Box)

    Sale price: not sold.

  269. Lot Number 309

    TWO BOXES: BUCHAN John, A History of the Great War, A Diary of the Great War, and other war related titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  270. Lot Number 310

    TWO BOXES: Churchill related titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  271. Lot Number 311

    TWO BOXES: Churchill related titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £55

  272. Lot Number 312

    BOX: Churchill, including The Second World War, Folio Society (Box)

    Sale price: £55

  273. Lot Number 313

    TWO BOXES: World War II titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  274. Lot Number 314

    THREE BOXES: World War II titles (3 Boxes)

    Sale price: £50

  275. Lot Number 315

    TWO BOXES: World War II titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £55

  276. Lot Number 316

    Twenty volumes Military Regulations, Standing Orders, Navy League Annual 3 vols, etc (20)

    Sale price: £95

  277. Lot Number 317

    BOX: Quantity of leather bindings various (Box)

    Sale price: £20

  278. Lot Number 318

    Ten Medical Titles, including Atlas of Surgical Operations and nine other medical related (10)

    Sale price: not sold.

  279. Lot Number 319

    RECLUS Elisée, The Earth and It's Inhabitants in four volumes 1889, pub D. Appleton and Company, 1/2 green morocco, marbled endpapers (4)

    Sale price: £100

  280. Lot Number 320

    Six Biblical Maps, unframed, Welsh Bible, History of Moses, In and About Palestine 1886, The Singing Pilgrim Sunday School Music Book, Picture of the Flight into Egypt on glass, framed (BOX)

    Sale price: £35

  281. Lot Number 321

    DICKENS Charles, The Author's Favourite Edition in facsimile, pub London, The Waverley Book Company Ltd, illus H.K. Browne, gilt decorated spine, 14 vols only

    Sale price: not sold.

  282. Lot Number 322

    Chambers' Encyclopaedia, A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, new edition, pub 1901, green 1/2 calf, 10 vols and GROVE's Dictionary of Music & Musicians, pub 1940, 4th edit, 5 vols and Supplementary Volume (16)

    Sale price: £30

  283. Lot Number 323

    The Works of John Bunyan pub Blackie & Son, in three volumes and DICKENS Charles, Works, pub Chapman and Hall, pub Bradbury, Agnew and Co, printers, in twelve volumes, 1/2 red morocco and marbled boards (15)

    Sale price: £55

  284. Lot Number 324

    TWO BOXES: British Poets, 1/2 calf, A/F and BOSWELL, Life of Samuel Johnson (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £30

  285. Lot Number 352

    TWO BOXES: Costume related (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £70

  286. Lot Number 353

    TWO BOXES: Craft/Art/Design titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £60

  287. Lot Number 354

    TWO BOXES:A quantity of Maps/Town Plans/Local History Leaflets (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £25

  288. Lot Number 355

    TWO BOXES: World War II Books (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  289. Lot Number 356

    WEBB, Memorials of Civil War in Herefordshire, 2 vol set, Colonel Birch Memoirs (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  290. Lot Number 357

    TWO BOXES: Assorted antiquarian and other books (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  291. Lot Number 358

    BOX: Antiquarian Books, some leather bindings (Box)

    Sale price: £30

  292. Lot Number 359

    BOX: Children's books (Box)

    Sale price: £35

  293. Lot Number 360

    BOX: Poetry including Wilfred Owen, Walter De La Mare, John Drinkwater, Stephen Spender, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £85

  294. Lot Number 361

    BOX: Art related volumes including Dictionary of British Artists, Watercolours, various artists (Box)

    Sale price: £20

  295. Lot Number 362

    TWO BOXES: Art related volumes including GRAVES Algernon, dictionary of Artists, TUNNICLIFFE, painting and reference (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  296. Lot Number 363

    BOX: The British Theatre or A Collection of Plays, with remarks by Mrs Inchbald, pub London c.1808, 18 of 25 volumes, LANES, The Arabian Nights pub Chatto & Windus 3 vols, Theatre Complet Dem Mercier, new edition, pub Amsterdam 1778, 3 vols only, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £65

  297. Lot Number 364

    BOX: Various Rudyard Kipling titles, Robert Louis Stevenson and other children's titles, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £230

  298. Lot Number 365

    BOX: Assorted leather bindings, including Milton, Shakespear, Poetical Works, etc (Box)

    Sale price: £100

  299. Lot Number 366

    BOX: Assorted volumes (Box)

    Sale price: £160

  300. Lot Number 367

    TWO BOXES: Modern fiction, some 1st edition, by Frederick Forsyth, Jack Higgins, Robert Ludlum, etc (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  301. Lot Number 368

    TWO BOXES: Modern Fiction, some 1st edition by Len Deighton, Tom Clancy, Jeffrey Archer and Sidney Sheldon (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  302. Lot Number 369

    TWO BOXES: Modern fiction, some 1st edition by Dick Francis, John Grisham, Colin Forbes, P.B. James, etc (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  303. Lot Number 370

    BOX: General interest including Sanitary Engineering, Public Health, Carpentry, Old London, etc (Box)

    Sale price: not sold.

  304. Lot Number 371

    BOX: Ephemera including REDFARN W B, Old Cambridge, A Series of Sketches (reprint), Ilam Anastatic Drawing Society 1866, typed story 1949 etc. (Box)

    Sale price: not sold.

  305. Lot Number 372

    TWO BOXES: NOBLE A, Anthropology of a London Suburban Village Little Berkhampstead, 1949, signed by author and other topography, local history related, especially Yorkshire interest (Two Boxes)

    Sale price: £65

  306. Lot Number 373

    TWO BOXES: Railways, inc. Oakwood Press publications, track layout diagrams (Two Boxes)

    Sale price: £25

  307. Lot Number 374

    BOX: BLACK William George, Folk Medicine – A Chapter in The History of Culture, 1883, WOOTTON A C, Chronicles of Pharmacy 2 Vols 1910, KEITH Arthur, Menders of The Maimed, 1919, ADAMI J G, Medical Contributions to The Study of Evolution, 1918 and other medical texts, many 19th C (Box)

    Sale price: £30

  308. Lot Number 375

    BOX: Trade Catalogues, Industrial History & Archaeology (Box)

    Sale price: £40

  309. Lot Number 376

    BOX: PAYNE Joseph Frank, History of The College Club of the Royal College of Physicians, privately printed, 1900, WINSLOW Forbes, Obscure Diseases of the Brain & Mind, 1863, NOBLE SMITH E, Paralytic Deformities of The Lower Extremities, 1900, and other medical texts, many 19th C (Box)

    Sale price: £50

  310. Lot Number 377

    TWO BOXES: Motoring, Motorbikes, Motorsport inc. Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club Journals (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £40

  311. Lot Number 378

    TWO BOXES: Travel inc. Middle East (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £65

  312. Lot Number 379

    TWO BOXES: ROGER-MARX Claude, Bonnard Lithographe 1952, in slipcase, KITSON Michael, Claude Lorrain : Liber Veritatis 1978, MUNTZ Eugene, Leonardo Da Vinci Artist, Thinker & man of Science, 2 Vols 1898, OPPE A P, The Drawings of Paul & Thomas Sandby in Windsor Castle 1947 and other art related (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £140

  313. Lot Number 380

    TWO BOXES: Travel esp. China and Far East (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £80

  314. Lot Number 381

    BOX: Anglers Guide to the Irish Free State with maps 1924, BLAKEY Robert, Angling - How to Angle & Where To Go, c1880 and other fishing and commercial fishing related. (Box)

    Sale price: £55

  315. Lot Number 382

    TWO BOXES: Illustrated books, inc. Denis Tegetmeier, Edward Ardizonne, Joan Hassall, Maurice Sendak, Frank Brangwyn, Lionel Edwards (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £30

  316. Lot Number 383

    TWO BOXES: Art, Antiques, Jewellery – large format (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  317. Lot Number 384

    BOX: Industrial History & Archaeology, especially Canals (Box)

    Sale price: £20

  318. Lot Number 385

    TWO BOXES: Archaeology, Architecture, History and related (Two Boxes)

    Sale price: £130

  319. Lot Number 386

    TWO BOXES: Furniture, inc. English Furniture, Woodwork, Decoration & Allied Arts during 18th C; French Furniture Makers; Thomas Chippendale etc. (Two Boxes)

    Sale price: £30

  320. Lot Number 387

    TWO BOXES: Art and Design (Two Boxes)

    Sale price: £20

  321. Lot Number 388

    BOX: Assorted Ordnance Survey Maps (Box)

    Sale price: £30

  322. Lot Number 389

    TWO BOXES - Bound volumes of Waterway World, green cloth, c 1970-1990 (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  323. Lot Number 390

    TWO BOXES - Transport and general interest (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  324. Lot Number 391

    FOUR BOXES - Engineering, Transport, Canals and general interest (4 Boxes)

    Sale price: £170

  325. Lot Number 392

    TWO BOXES - Engineering, Design, Travel/Transport (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: not sold.

  326. Lot Number 393

    TWO BOXES - General interest, Transport, etc (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £70

  327. Lot Number 394

    TWO BOXES - General interest, Engineering, etc (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £35

  328. Lot Number 395

    TWO BOXES - Topographical, Travel and general interest (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £80

  329. Lot Number 396

    TWO BOXES - Canals, English, American, etc (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £25

  330. Lot Number 397

    TWO BOXES - Railway interest (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £40

  331. Lot Number 398

    BOX - Topographical interest, English and Continental (Box)

    Sale price: £20

  332. Lot Number 399

    TWO BOXES - Railway/Steam related titles (2 Boxes)

    Sale price: £85

  333. Lot Number 400

    BOX: Twenty five volumes Thackeray's Works, 1/2 calf, pub 1880, incomplete set (25)

    Sale price: £50

  334. Lot Number 401

    A green filing tray including collections of Postcards and Photographs relating to Railway, some taken by R.G. Nelson, photographer from Liverpool

    Sale price: £110