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5638. : Brer Rabbit Stories

London, The Epworth Press, Frank H. Cumbers. n.d. Coloured frontispiece, illustrated title page, 3 further full page coloured plates, 16 full page black and white drawings and numerous textual drawings by Savile Lumley. Roy8vo. original binding of picture upper board, red cloth spine. Publishers book adverts on back cover. Corners a little bumped. Very good condition. Ownership name and address on ffep. £8.00


5545. : Handley Cross by the Author of Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour.

London, Methuen & Co. 1939 (reprint) Coloured frontispiece, 16 further coloured plates and one hundred woodcuts by John Leech. Cr.8vo. original red cloth, slight defect to top of spine and covers a little grubby. Inscription on ffep. £5.00


5559. : Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour by the author of Handley Cross; Ask Mama: Plain or Ringlets; Mr. Romford's Hounds, etc. etc.

Printed for Subscribers from the plates of the Original Edition issued by Bradbury Agnew & Co. Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard, coloured vignette title page 13 full page coloured engravings on steel each with tissue guard, 29 black and white full page engravings on wood and numerous textual engravings on wood by John Leech. Roy8vo. original gilt and black decorated red covers. Spine faded. Inner hinge a little weak. Ownership name in pencil on front pastedown. £40.00


3283. : ROMPING.

London, Birn Brothers. n.d. (1947) Coloured frontispiece, black and white illustration on title page, coloured and black and white illustrations throughout. 4to. original picture boards, cloth spine, fine in slightly worn dustwrapper. Pictured endpapers. Inscription on fep. £15.00


5670. : Six Views in Arundel

London, J. Newman & Co. n.d. (19thC). Arundel, W. Elstone. Six engravings by J. Newman & Co. oblong fscap. Approx. 7inches by 4 inches. Original decorated paper covers. A little grubby and upper cover is worn at spine end and corners. £30.00


5050. : Surrey As It Was One Hundred Years Ago.

Guildford, Charles W. Traylen, 1956. 24 black and white reproductions of old views with short descriptive text. Thin 4to. original card covers with paper dustwrapper. £5.00


3736. : The Beauty of Butterflies.

London, Batsford, n.d. (1942) Art and Nature in Colour, Series B. Introduction by Julian Huxley. 12 full page colour plates of butterflies with descriptive text. Large imperial 8vo. original card covers in very good dustwrapper. Foxing spots to first few pages of text. £15.00


4092. : The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night.

London, The Folio Society, 1958. Rendered into English from the literal and complete French translation of Dr. J. C. Mardrus by Powys Mathers. Illustrated with black and white drawings by Eric Fraser. 4 volumes, roy8vo. original red patterned boards, white spine with gilt lettering and contained in slipcase. £65.00


5284. : The Modern Wonder Book for Girls.

London, Collins, n.d. (1940). Four full page colour plates and numerous black and white drawings. Contains many stories and verses, including 'The Little Match Girl' by Hans Christian Andersen. 2 of the plates are by Anne Anderson. Thick 4to. original blue cloth with picture onlay. Coloured illustrated endpapers. Inscription on half title dated Xmas 1940. £10.00


5045. : The Queen's Carol. An Anthology of Poems, Stories, Plays, Drawings and Music by British Authors, etc.

London, The Daily Mail, 1905. Frontispiece portrait of Queen Alexandra on Coronation Day 1902. with tissue guard. Two pages of fascimile signatures of many of the contributors. Foreword by George Meredith. Black and white full page illustrations. Large 4to. original off white cloth quite grubby. No dustwrapper. Internally very clean and sound. £10.00


5201. : The Welcome. A Magazine for the Home Circle.

London, S. W. Partridge & Co. (Volume XI) 1884. Coloured frontispiece, vignette title page, 11 further full page colour plates and hundreds of textual and full page illustrations in black and white. Music scores with words and many stories and articles. Thick 4to. original red cloth decorated in black and gilt with vase of roses picture onlay on upper cover. Decorated spine with 1884 within decoration. All edges gilt. very good condition apart from lower corners frayed. No inscriptions. £25.00


1189. : By The Stream. Nature Stories and Pictures for Little Folk.

Blackie and Son Ltd. n.d. Full page colour plates and black and white illustrations. Thin small4to. original picture boards, cloth spine, corners fractionally bumped. Sunday School presentation label on endpaper. Blackie's Shilling Picture-Books. £6.00


1190. : Our Feathered Friends.

London, Charles H. Kelly. n.d. Full page colour plates and numerous black and white illustrations. Thin small 4to. original picture boards, cloth spine. Name on title page. £6.00


3224. : Something Good.

London & Glasgow, Blackie & Son Ltd. n.d. (Ca. 1950) Coloured frontispiece and 3 further full page coloured plates. Coloured title page and numerous black and white drawings. Large 4to. pictured upper board cover, cloth spine. Corners slightly bumped but overall extremely good condition. No inscriptions. £6.00


5353. WHYTE-MELVILLE (G. J.): Katerfelto. A Story of Exmoor.

London, W. Thacker & Co. 1898. Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard. 13 full page black and white illustrations. Roy8vo. original maroon cloth, very faded in parts of covers and totally the spine. gilt vignette to centre of upper cover and spine. top edge gilt others untrimmed and some pages uncut. Volume II of the Limited Edition of 1050 copies of the Works of Whyte-Melville. £45.00


5695. 'BB': The Wind in the Wood.

London, Hollis & Carter Ltd. 1952. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 11 further full page colour plates by D. J. Watkins-Pitchford. Illustrated title page and silhouette headpieces to each chapter. Small 4to. original blue cloth, although firm and not rubbed the covers are faded round the edges and spine which has 'splodges' from where the colour has gone. Front endpapers have a liquid stain to the right hand top corner and lower edge of book. Internally the book is in very good condition with no stains or defects. No dustwrapper. Priced for rebinding. £40.00


5658. [COOK (Walter)]: Busy Little People All The World Over.

London and Glasgow, Blackie & Son. n.d. (1911) First Edition. Half title, appears to lack title page, coloured frontispiece and fifteen full page coloured plates by Alice M. Cook. Numerous black and white textual drawings. Large 4to. original picture boards with red cloth spine. Spine slightly worn top and bottom. Lower right hand corner of upper board very worn. Back cover marked but overall condition good considering its age. Illustrated endpapers. Gift inscription on half title. £45.00


5621. [SMITH, Kathleen Mary} the Author of 'The Valley of Baca'. DADD (F. Illustrator): The Tents of Kedar

London, SPCK n.d. (Ca.1900) Illustrated by F. Dadd. Cr.8vo. original decorated cloth. Very good condition. £10.00


5555. [SURTEES (R. S.)]: Handley Cross or Mr. Jorrock's Hunt by the author of Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour; Ask Mama; Plain or Ringlets: etc. etc.

London, George G. Harrap 1930. Limited Edition of 1050 copies for the English market of which this is number 721. Introduction by Siegried Sassoon. Coloured frontispiece and 16 full page colour plates. Numerous black and white textual illustrations by John Leech. Thick Roy8vo. original red cloth (spine faded ), Black title label. No dustwrapper. Pencil name on fep. £20.00


4837. ADAMS (Frank, Illustrator): The Story of The Babes in the Wood.

London and Glasgow, Blackie & Son, n.d. Coloured frontispiece and 11 full page colour plates by Frank Adams. Black and white illustrations, some full page. 4to. original picture boards, cloth spine. Corners slightly bumped and inner hinge cracked. Illustrated endpapers. School prize label on ffep. £30.00


3209. ALCOTT (Louisa M.): Good Wives. A Story for Girls, being a sequel to 'Litle Women'.

London, Glasgow and Dublin, Blackie & Son, 1903 Black and white frontispiece and 3 further full page black and white plates by Walter E. Webster. 32pp. publisher's catalogue at end of book containing four full page illustrations. 8vo. original red cloth, gilt vignette and lettering to upper cover, gilt spine (spine a little faded) and binding a little rubbed on edges. Inner hinge slightly cracked. Presentation label on fep. £5.00


5336. ANDERSEN (Hans). ANDERSON (Anne, Illustrator): Hans Andersen's Fairy Stories.

London, The Children's Press. n.d. Coloured frontispiece and seven further full page coloured plates by Anne Anderson. Illustrated title page and numerous further black and white drawings throughout. 4to. original boards with picture onlay to upper cover. cloth spine. Overall condition very good. Rear hinge reinforced. No inscriptions. £20.00


1110. ANON: The Big Book of Mother Goose.

London & New York, W. Foulsham & Co. 1946. First Edition thus. 144pages with over 100 black and white Mother Goose illustrations and 24 illustrations in full colour. Small folio,. original decorated boards, top and bottom of spine a little worn, in repaired slightly nicked dustwrapper. £20.00


3986. ARMEN (Jean-Claude): Gazelle-Boy. A Child Brought Up by Gazelles in the Sahara Desert.

London, The Bodley Head, 1974. First British Edition translated from the French by Stephen Hardman. Illustrated by the author. Roy8vo. original cloth very good in very good dustwrapper. Initials on ffep. £10.00


2004. BAKER (Jill): Basil of Bywater Hollow.

London, Hamish Hamilton 1987. First Edition. The story of Basil the big bungling bear. Illustrated in colour by Lynn Bywaters Ferris. Small square 4to. original cream cloth fine in fine dustwrapper. £5.00


5604. BALCH (Glen): Indian Paint.

London, Hutchinsons Books for Young People, Wild Life Series, no date. The Story of an Indian Pony. Illustrated with drawings by Nils Hognor. Cr.8vo. original red cloth in very good condition. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £5.00


3313. BARBER: Picturesque Illustrations of the Isle of Wight comprising Views of every object of interest on the Island. Engraved from original drawings accompanied by Historical and Topographical Descriptions.

London, Simpkin & Marshall, n.d. (19thC) Vignette title page (a little foxed). Preface.40 Full page engraved views each with tissue guard. Very clean. Double page map of the Isle of Wight. 8vo. original cloth, spine and part of covers faded. Gilt vignette on upper cover. No inscriptions. £75.00


3486. BARRINGTON (Mrs. Russell): Through Greece and Dalmatia. A Diary of Impressions recorded by pen and picture.

London, Adam and Charles Black, 1912. First Edition. 58 full page illustrations and 11 textual illustrations. 8vo. original blue/purple cloth with title and lake scene shown through pillars. Spine very faded. covers slightly faded. Handwritten gift inscription by Mrs. Barrington on ffep. £50.00


5194. BATTY (J.A. Staunton): Nefert, The Egyptian. A Tale of the Time of Moses.

London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, no date (1914) Coloured frontispiece, and two further full page colour plates by Wal Paget. This story has been told in the hope that it may illustrate the events which are chronicled for us in the Book of Exodus. The works of the great Egyptologists give a wonderful picture of the civilization and religion of Ancient Egypt and help us to appreciate the sacrifice of the Law-Giver Prophet. 16 pages publisher's adverts at end of book. Cr.8vo. original brown cloth, black borders and picture onlay on upper cover, spine decorated in black with gilt lettering. Sunday school prize certificate pasted on front endpaper and ownership name and address on lined paper pasted on front free endpaper. Very good condition apart from pages 16-20 have a brown fox mark or stain bottom of pages. £8.00


3502. BEAUMONT (Marguerite de): Adventuring and Other Poems.

London, Heath Cranton, 1934. First Edition. Frontispiece of sailing ship, vignette title page and further small illustrations. Foreword by Lord Baden-Powell of Gilwell. Cr.8vo. original dark blue cloth with metallic vignette of ship on upper cover. Very good in slightly worn illustrated dustwrapper. Fore-edge untrimmed. £10.00


5554. BECKFORD (Peter): Thoughts upon Hare and Fox Hunting in a Series of Letters to a Friend in which are given ample directions for erecting a kennel, the management of hounds, and the duties and qualifications necessary for a Huntsman and Whipper-in.

London, Jonathan Cape, 1931. This edition is reprinted from the illustrated edition of 1796. Coloured frontispiece and 15 full page coloured plates. 8vo. original red cloth in very good condition. Fore-edge and lower edge untrimmed. No dustwrapper. £35.00


4130. BELL (Mrs. Arthur) [N. D'Anvers]: Thomas Gainsborough. A Record of His Life and Works.

London, George Bell, 1897. With illustrations reproduced for the most part direct from the original paintings. Portraits, subject pictures and landscapes. 4to. original blue cloth elaborately decorated in gilt, gitl spine. Top edge gilt. Ownership signatue on ffep. £50.00


5122. BENINGFIELD (Gordon): Beningfield's Countryside

London, Allen Lane1980. First Edition. This book is an artist's portrait of the countryside of Southern England in which he lives and works. Beautifully illustrated, mainly in colour. Illustrated endpapers. Square 4to. original cloth very good in very good dustwrapper. No inscriptions. There is a slight crease in the first few pages. £5.00


5667. BEWICK (Thomas): A History of British Birds.

Newcastle for T. Bewick 1826 Sixth edition. 2 volumes. Volume 1 containing the History and Description of Land Birds: Volume 2 containing the History and Description of Water Birds.Vignette title pages, hundreds of black and white illustrations by the author, tissue guards. Preface to the sixth edition. Introduction. Explanation of the technical terms used in this work. 8vo. half dark green morocco, some slight fading, with light green cloth sides. Spines with five raised bands and gilt lettering, dark green faded to brown. marbled endpapers and gilt tops. Very good condition. No inscriptions. £150.00


5624. BEWICK (Thomas): My Life. Edited and with an introduction by Iain Bain.

London, The Folio Society, 1981. Frontispiece portrait and numerous wood engravings and watercolours by the author. thin roy 8vo. original boards with vignette on upper cover, brown cloth spine, fine condition, contained in slip case. £10.00


4217. BEWICK (Thomas). BOYD (Julia, Editor): Bewick Gleanings being Impressions from Copperplates and Wood Blocks engraved in the Bewick Workshop. to which are added Lives of Thos. Bewick and his pupils.

Newcastle upon Tyne. Printed and published by Andrew Reid, 1886. Small paper copy of which this is number 63 signed by Julia Boyd. Frontispiece portrait of Thomas Bewick with tissue guard and hundreds of illustrations. List of Subscribers for both Large and Small Paper Copies. Facsimile letter etc. Small thick 4to. half black morocco, green cloth sides, slightly marked and a little rubbing to binding. Internally very good condition. £350.00


2325. BLACKIE: The Red Story Book.

London, Blackie & Son Ltd. 1958. Coloured frontispiece and three further full page coloured plates. Numerous black and white illustrations. Small 4to. original picture boards very good in very good price clipped dustwrapper. Illustrated endpapers. Inscription on verso ffep. £10.00


2795. BLAKE (William). COUTTS (Francis): The Heresy of Job. With the Inventions of William Blake.

London, John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1907. First Edition. Preface, Introduction. 20 black and white full page plates by William Blake at rear of book.Small4to. original cloth, paper label to spine. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Very slight wear to top and bottom of spine. Inscription on ffep. £20.00


3487. BLYTON (Enid): Chimney Corner Stories.

London, Equerry Ltd. n.d. Illustrated with drawings by Pat Harrison. Thin roy8vo. original green cloth with red lettering and vignette on upper cover. No dustwrapper. Pictorial endpapers of fairies and elves. £5.00


5646. BLYTON (Enid): Nature Lovers Book.

London, Evans Brothers Ld. (reprint) 1949. Contains, Nature walks for each month of the year. Poems of the Open Air, Interesting things to do, Do you know these flowers, bids, poems, trees. and six nature stories. Hundreds of black and white textual illustrations and 16 full page colour plates by Noel Hopking. 4to. original green cloth very faded including spine. Illustrated green endpapers. Ownership name and address in pencil on verso ffep. Although covers faded the book is firm and tight and internally very clean.. £5.00


3000. BLYTON (Enid): The Big Noddy Book.

London, Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd. 1959. First Edition. Pictured by Beek in colour. 4to. original picture boards cloth spine. Corners and edges of spine a little worn. Cover edges rubbed. Pictorial endpapers. £15.00


5101. BLYTON (Enid): The Lucky Green Pea.

London, Award Publications Ltd. 1994. Illustrated in colour by Rene Cloke. Roy8vo. original picture boards fine condition. Enid Blyton Library. £4.00


5392. BOARD (John): Horse and Pencil.

London, Christopher Johnson, 1950. First Edition. Foreword by R. S. Summerhays. Black and white frontispiece and 19 further full page illustrations. Numerous other illustrations by the author.Roy8vo. original red cloth, very good apart from slight rubbing to corners, in very good protected dustwrapper. Illustrated endpapers. £20.00


5458. BOOTS. (edited by Rudyard Kipling): Thy Servant a Dog.

London, Macmillan 1930. First reprint. Illustrated in black and white by G. L. Stampa. square 8vo. original red cloth with vignette and black lettering to upper cover. Spine faded. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £6.00


5525. BROOKE (Lt.-Col. Geoffrey)/SNAFFLES: Horse Lovers. Addressed to those who are thrilled by the deep note of a hound and rejoice in the feel of a good horse beneath them.

London, Constable & Co. 1927. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 31 black and white drawings in the text by 'Snaffles'. Folding plan of The Great Hunt from Green Leas to Ashford Grove. 2 pages publishers adverts at end of book. 8vo. original green cloth a little marked but firm. No jacket. Ownership signature on ffep and written in pencil a prize inscription. £25.00


4670. BROOKFIELD (Charles E.): Jack Goldie or, The Boy Who Knew Best.

London, Duckworth & Co. 1911. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece, full page black and white (one having been hand coloured) and textual illustrations by A. E. Jackson. Thick Cr.8vo. original picture cloth with gilt lettering to upper cover and spine. Top edge gilt. 2pps. publishers adverts at end of book. Prize certificate pasted to ffep dated July, 1918. Overall condition very good but does have quite a few grubby fingermarks throughout. £10.00


3376. BROWN (John, M.D.): Pet Marjorie. A Story of Child Life Fifty Years Ago.

London & Edinburgh, T. N. Foulis, 1919. Frontispiece and four further coloured plates reproduced from water-colour drawings by H. C. Preston Macgoun, R.S.W. Square 8vo. original blue cloth with blue lettering and coloured vignette on upper cover. Very good condition, in repaired an little worn dustwrapper. Small ownership signature on ffep. Quite a few pages uncut, others untrimmed. £15.00


5476. BUCKINGHAM (M. E.) / BARKER (K. F.): Phari. The Adventures of a Tibetan Pony.

London, Country Life Ltd. 1933. First Edition. Frontispiece and 7 further drawings by K. F. Barker. Numerous textual drawings. Square 8vo. original yellow cloth with black lettering of title on upper cover and spine. Spine very dulled and covers a little grubby. Top and bottom of spine a little rubbed. Ownership name and note 'Received from Statismay? Oct. '33. Review sent 10/XI '33. Front free endpaper creased. Some very light foxing spots. £6.00


3275. BUNYAN (John): The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to Come.

London, George Routledge & Sons, n.d. (1864) A new edition with a Memoir. Frontispiece and 57 illustrations by J. D. Watson.Cr.8vo. half morocco, buckram sides, spine with three raised bands and gilt lettering. spine faded. All edges gilt. Very good condition. £40.00


4442. BURNFORD (Sheila): The Incredible Journey. The story of two dogs and a cat who travelled nearly 300 miles across the wild Canadian Northland.

London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1961. First Edition. Black and white drawings by Carl Burger. Cr.8vo. original cloth, very good. Name and address on Dedication page. No dustwrapper. £5.00


3683. CAMPBELL (Marion): Young Hugh. A Year with the Norsemen.

London, Dent, 1965. First Edition. Frontispiece and other black and white drawings by Douglas Relf. 2 sketch maps and sketch showing sections through the hull of Karfi 'Hvalros'. Glossary. Cr.8vo. original cloth near fine in very good dustwrapper. £20.00


2035. CARROLL (Lewis): Alice in Wonderland.

London, Award Publications 1990. Beautifully illustrated in colour by Rene Cloke. Large 4to. original picture boards, fine in fine dustwrapper. Picture endpapers. £6.00


5637. CARROLL (Lewis): Alice in Wonderland.

London, P. R. Gawthorn Ltd. n.d. Coloured frontispiece and seven further full page coloured plates. Numerous textual illustrations, all by Rene Cloke. Small 4to. original red cloth. Endpapers a little foxed. Ownership signature on ffep. £5.00


5627. CATE (Dick) BINCH (Caroline): Ghost Dog.

London, Victor Gollancz, 1987. First Edition. Readers of ten to thirteen will be thoroughly entertained by the antics of Billy and his friends. Dick Cate's grittily humorous but affectionate portrait of a northern mining community is echjoed in Caroline Binch's excellent line drawings. Cr.8vo. original green cloth as new in fine price clipped dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £5.00


5325. CHALMERS (Patrick R.): The Horn. A Lay of the Grasington Fox Hounds.

London, Collins, 1937. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 22 black and white illustrations by Lionel Edwards. Large 4to. original rust coloured cloth with gilt weather vane on upper cover. Very good condition. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £50.00


5557. CHARLTON (Moyra): Tally Ho. The Story of An Irish Hunter

London, Putnam & Co. Ltd. tenth impression 1946. Coloured frontispiece and 6 full page black and white drawings by Lionel Edwards. Introduction by Lord Lonsdale. Roy8vo. original green cloth, very good condition. No dustwrapper. Gift inscription and ownership name on endpapers. £4.00


5590. CHRISTEN (Sydney Mary): Rodolphe Christen. The Story of an Artist's Life by his Wife.

London, Longmans Green & Co. 1910. First Edition. Frontispiece portrait with tissue guard. 62 full page colour plates each with tissue guard and 61 monotone. Thick roy 8vo. original green cloth, upper cover with gilt title, monogram and dates within a double gilt bordr. gilt lettering to spine. Binding a little rubbed in places and inner hinge cracking. Fore-edge and lower edge untrimmed and browned as are endpapers. Ex libray copy with number on bottom of spine and stamp on half title and verso title page. Overall a good copy in firm condition. £15.00


5315. COOKE (M. C.): British Edible Fungi. How to Distinguish and How to Cook Them.

London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd. 1891. First Edition. Beautiful coloured illustrations of upwards of 40 species. Frontispiece with tissue guard. Cr.8vo. original green cloth with gilt lettering to spine and black lettering to upper cover. Very good condition. Firm and bright. £50.00


2187. COPPARD (A. E.): The Hundredth Story.

Berkshire, Waltham Saint Lawrence, Golden Cockerel Press, 1931. First and Limited Edition of 1000 copies (this is number 109), on hand made paper. Wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. Roy8vo. original decorated boards (slight fading to top of covers), green morocco spine, faded, in a boards case. Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. £95.00


5664. CRASCREDO / EDWARDS (Lionel): Country Sense & Common Sense.

London, Country Life Ltd. 1928. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 27 black and white plates by Lionel Edwards. 4to. beautifully rebound in green morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. All edges gilt, gilt spine with five raised bands, inner dentelles and green patterned endpapers. Slight buckling to some pages from dampness. £105.00


5665. CRASCREDO/EDWARDS (Lionel): Horse Sense & Sensibility.

London, Country Life Ltd.. 1926. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 24 black and whtie plates by Lionel Edwards. 4to. beautifully rebound in red morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, all edges gilt. gilt spine with five raised bands. inner dentelles and red patterned endpapers. Bookplate of Captain Sir Harold Nutting, Bart of Quenby Hall. Some very slight buckling to pages from damp. £105.00


5648. CROCKETT (S. R.): Red-Cap Adventures. being The Second Series of 'Red Cap Tales' stolen from the treasure chest of The Wizard of the North, which theft is humbly acknowledged by S. R. Crockett.

London, A. & C.Black 1908. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard and fifteen full page coloured plates by Allan Stewart. 8vo. original pictured cloth covers, top edge gilt. Gift inscription on ffep. £10.00


1192. CROMPTON (Frances E.): The Gentle Heritage.

London, A. D. Innes & Co. 1893. First Edition. Numerous black and white illustrations by T. Pym. 8vo. original picture cloth, slight wear to top and bottom of spine. Inner hinge very slightly cracked. Name on fly leaf. £10.00


4103. CRUIKSHANK (R. J.): The Humour of Dickens chosen by the above.

London, News Chronicle, n.d. (1952). First Edition. With illustrations by Searle, Lancaster, Joss, Illingworth, Low, Giles, Cummings, Vicky Horner, Ardizzone. 8vo. originalcard covers very good in illustrated dustwrapper (worn). £10.00


4532. DANTE ALIGHIERI: La Vita Nuova. The New Life.

London, George Harrap n.d. Translated by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Pictured by Evelyn Paul with music by Alfred Mercer. Decorated title page. Decorated half title. 8 full page coloured illustrations and 8 pasted coloured illustrations. Numerous drawings throughout and every page decorated. Empryntit at ye Camperfield Presse in ye Abbye toun of Saynt Albans, England. Small 4to. original gilt decorated cloth, spine worn. Patterned endpapers. Bookseller's label on fep. H. M. Gilbert, Southampton. £75.00


5549. DAWSON (Captain Lionel): Hunting Without Tears.

London, Country Life 1938. First Edition. 12 full page black and white drawings by Maurice Tulloch. Small 4to. original grey cloth, red lettering to upper cover. Spine worn and split. Internally very good condition. £10.00


3178. DE LA MARE (Walter): Love.

London, Faber & Faber, fourth impression, 1945. Coloured frontispiece, vignette title page and numerous black and white drawings. Roy8vo. original cloth, gilt and red vignette on upper cover. Spine and part of covers faded. Large inscription on ffep. £8.00


5565. DETMOLD (E. J., Illustrator) and DUGDALE (Florence E. Text): The Book of Baby Pets.

London, Humphrey Milford, OUP, 1938 (reprint) Coloured frontispiece and eighteen full page coloured plates by E. J. Detmold. Each chapter describes the pet in the coloured plate written by Florence E. Dugdale. Roy8vo. original blue cloth with black lettering to upper cover and spine. Slight rubbing to edges but overall condition very good. No dustwrapper. Ownership signature on ffep. Some very light foxing spots to title page and edges. £50.00


5118. DETMOLD (E. J., Illustrator).: The Book of Baby Birds.

London, Henry Frowde Hodder & Stoughton n.d. (1915) Coloured frontispiece and 18 further full page coloured plates by E. J. Detmold, descriptions by Florence E. Dugdale. Printed on thick card paper. A few pages have repaired tears, new spine. Large thick 4to. original cream boards, picture onlay. Ownership name and date (July 1915) on ffep. £50.00


4527. DICKENS (Charles): The Haunted Man and The Ghost's Bargain.

London, Bradbury & Evans, 1848. First Edition. Vignette frontispiece and half title. Engravings by Tenniel, Leech, Stone and Stanfield. Advert page. fcap8vo. original red cloth, gilt decoration to upper cover. rebacked with parts of original spine laid down(including gilt title. All edges gilt. Gift inscription on fep. dated Xmas 1848. Internally very clean. £150.00


5464. DICKENS (Charles) / RACKHAM (Arthur): Der Weihnachtsabend (A Christmas Carol)

Zurich, Rascher & Cie, 1918 Text in German. Tipped in Coloured frontispiece, black and white decorated title page, eleven further full page tipped in coloured plates, black and white illustrations in the text. Illustrated endpapers. Roy8vo. original gilt decorated tan cloth in removable plastic dustwrapper. Inner hinge slightly cracked. Gift inscription dated 1919 on front free endpaper. £150.00


5529. DUMAS (Charles Robert) / HEWLETT (Pia): Grandmother's Fairy Tales.

London, William Heinemann, New York, Frederick Stokes, 1915. First Edition. From the French of Charles Robert Dumas by Pia Hewlett. Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard, vignette title page, 8 further full page plates each with tissue guard and numerous black and white textual drawings by Maurice Lalau. Small 4to. original green cloth, gilt vignette and gilt title lettering to upper cover and spine. Spine a little dulled and rubbed at bottom Corners slightly bumped. Covers a little marked.No dustwrapper. A very scarce book. £60.00


5456. DUNLOP (R. O.): Ancient Arundel.

Arundel, West Sussex. S. W. Newton at the foot of the bridge, 1953. First Edition. A Short History of Arundel. 12 photographic plates and ten black and white drawings by the author. Cr.8vo. original illustrated boards in very good condition in protective plastic (removable). No inscriptions. £15.00


4467. EDWARDS ( E.M.) and WILSON (M. D.): Horseshoe Hut. Book 2 in Good Luck Series.

London, Macmillan, Good Luck Series, 1955. First Edition. Coloured illustrations by Joan Charleton. thin8vo. (64 pages). original card covers, very good condition. £4.00


584. EDWARDS (E. M.): The Jig-Saw Puzzle and Sam the Scarecrow.

London. Macmillan 1949 Book Corner Stories. Colour Illustrations by Joan Charleton. Square 8vo. 32 pp. original pictorial paper wrappers in perfect condition. £5.00


5452. EDWARDS (Lionel): Thy Servant The Horse.

London, Country Life Ltd. n.d. (1952) Coloured frontispiece. Profusely illustrated with full page black and white drawings by Lionel Edwards, textual and outline drawings. Some annotations on pages 106,107 & 108 on the points of the horse. Small 4to. original blue cloth very good in slightly worn dustwrapper. Not price clipped. Ink 10/6 on top of front free endpaper. No inscriptions. Slight musty smell. £20.00


5550. ELIOT (Elizabeth): Portrait of a Sport. A History of Steeplechasing.

London, Longmans Green & Co. 1957. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 3 full page colour plates. 23 black and white illustrations. Small 4to. original maroon cloth (very slightly marked). Gilt lettering to upper cover. No inscriptions. No dustwrapper. Some foxing spots to endpapers. Book firm and clean. £8.00


5345. ELLERY (D. Robert): Littlehampton. A Pictorial History.

Chichester, Sussex. Phillimore, 1991. Littlehampton has traditionally been considered the ideal Sussex resort for a quiet holiday by the sea. Yet behind this peaceful image lies a working town of port and boat building with a history stretching back to Roman times. All aspects of its history - the port, the village, the early 19th century resort and the more recent residential seaside town - are covered in fascinating detail in the author's very readable narrative. Illustrated mainly from old photographs which bring to life the past of Littlehampton in a way that words cannot. 4to. original blue cloth fine in fine dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £10.00


2001. EWING (Juliana Horatia): Jackanapes.

London, SPCK, n.d. (Sixtieth Thousand Ca.1885) Frontispiece and other illustrations by Randolph Caldecott. Thin roy8vo. original picture boards, cloth spine. Inscription on ffep dated 1885. Some foxing spots throughout. £8.00


5649. EWING (Juliana Horatia): Lob Lie-By-The-Fire and Other Tales

London, G. Bell & Sons 1932. The Queen's Treasures Series Coloured frontispiece, illustrated title page and seven further full page coloured plates by Alice B. Woodward. Cr.8vo. original illustrated green cloth in very good condition. No dustwrapper. Illustrated endpapers and green ribbon marker. £5.00


5266. F. J. HARVEY DARTON: Pilgrims' Tales from 'Tales of the Canterbury Pilgrims'

London,. Wells Gardner Darton & Co. n.d. (1904) Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard (tissue foxed) and three further full page coloured plates, three black and white plates, all by Hugh Thomson. Small Cr.8vo. (6.5 x 5 inches), original decorated boards with picture onlay. Edges and top and bottom of spine a little rubbed. Inscription on ffep dated 1908. Very good condition. £10.00


5639. FAIRLESS (Michael): Stories Told To Children.

London, Duckworth & Co. 1914. First Illustrated Edition by Flora White. Coloured tipped in frontispiece with tissue guard, seven further full page tipped in coloured plates with tissue guards. Text within black border on each page. Roy8vo. original green blind tooled decorated cloth. Decorated spine sunned to brown. No dustwrapper. Gift inscription and date on ffep which has browned. Some light foxing spots in parts of book. £25.00


5136. FINDEN (E, Engraver): Landscape Illustrations of The Novels of the Author of Waverley: with Portraits of the Principal Female Characters.

London, Charles Tilt, 1833. Second Edition. Three volumes. Volume 1 covers: Waverley - 9 engravings; Guy Mannering - 8 engravings; Antiquary - 3 engravings; Rob Roy - 6 engravings; Black Dwarf - 2 engravings; Old Mortality - 4 engravings; Heart of Midlothian - 9 engravings: Volume 2: Bride of Lammermore - 4 engravings; Legend of Montrose - 5 engravings; Ivanhoe - 7 engravings; Monastery - 5 engravings; Abbot - 9 engravings; Kenilworth - 5 engravings; Pirate - 6 engravings: Volume 3: Fortunes of Nigel - 4 engravings: Peveril of the Peak - 6 engravings; Quentin Durward - 5 engravings; St.Roman's Well - 1; Redgauntlet - 6 engravings; Tales of the Crusaders - 2 engravings; Talisman - 1; Woodstock - 5 engravings; Highland Widow - 1; Fair Maid of Perth - 2; Anne of Geirstein - 3; Castle Dangerous - 2: A total of 120 engraved plates each with tissue guard and a page of descriptive text. Cr.8vo. half brown calf, mottled board sides, gilt decorated spine with five raised bands and two leather labels. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Very slight rubbing to edges of binding and a few pages have foxing spots, but nothing too drastic. Overall condition very good. £200.00


249. FITZGERALD (Paul): Tom the Ferryman

Suffolk, Waveney Books 1975 First Edition. Illustrated in sepia pictures by Richard Morgan. thin4to. original pictorial board covers in slightly worn dustwrapper. £8.00


5261. FLEGG (Jim),: Just a Lark

Beckenham, Kent, Croom Helm, 1984. First Edition. Illustrated with drawings by Norman Arlott and photographs by Eric and David Hoskings, both of whom have signed this copy. Anyone interested in the quirks and oddities of birdlife will find this book absorbing and enjoyable reading. Roy8vo. original blue cloth fine in fine price clipped dustwrapper. Signed by both Eric and David Hoskings. Inserted loosely are four newspaper cuttings, mainly concerning Eric Hoskings. £10.00


5183. FOX (Frank): Oceania.

London, A & C Black 1919. (reprint) Coloured frontispiece and ten coloured plates of The Blessed Isles of the Pacific by Norman H. Hardy. 10 coloured plates of Australia by Percy F. S. Spence and ten coloured plates of New Zealand by F. & W. Wright. Folding sketch map of Oceania at back of book. Thick 8vo. original blue cloth with picture onlay of a canoe in the Solomon Islands. Spine a little darkened and corners a little bumped. Inscription on front free endpaper. £25.00


5556. FRANCIS (Francis): Newton Dogvane. A Story of English Country Life.

London, Spencer Blackett, n.d. (Ca.1900) Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard, 2 further full page colour plates, one with half tissue guard and the other with full tissue guard. 8vo. original red cloth with gilt vignette of horse and rider on upper cover with gilt and black lettering. Gilt spine. Bottom of spine and corners worn. Covers a little marked. £25.00


2033. FRENCH (Susan, Editor): Daily Mail Annual for Girls.

London, Daily Mail, n.d. (Ca. 1959) Stories, Articles, Puzzles, etc. fully illustrated. Also contains two colour sections 'Showing your Dog' comprising eight pages in full colour of dogs by David Pratt and ' Ballet of Sleeping Beauty' comprising eight pages in full colour, by R. Payne. Small 4to. original picture boards very good condition in slightly worn dustwrapper. Patterned endpapers. £10.00


3411. FRYER (Percival J.): Insect Pests and Fungus Diseases of Fruit and Hops. A complete manual for growers.

Cambridge, University Press, 1920. First Edition. Beautifully illustrated with colour and black and white plates and numerous textual illustrations. Thick8vo. original cloth, spine a little worn at top and edges rubbed. Stamp on ffep 'Experimental & Research Station'. £25.00


2025. GALSWORTHY (John): Awakening.

London, Wm. Heinemann nd. (1920) Coloured frontispiece and numerous colour and black and white drawings by R. H. Sauter. Small 4to. original boards, gilt lettering and vignette on upper cover. Some staining to covers. No dustwrapper. Picture endpapers. some foxing spots. £5.00


1072. GATHORNE-HARDY (Robert): Garden Flowers.

London, Batsford, 1948. First Edition Thus. 16 coloured plates from the works of Jane Loudon, with an introduction and notes on the plates by Robert Gathorne-Hardy. Thin small 4to. original green boards very good in very good but slightly dusty dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £15.00


1594. GIBBINGS (Robert): Over the Reefs.

London, Dent. 1948. First Edition. Beautiful wood engravings by the author. 8vo. original red cloth, gilt extra, very good condition in dustwrapper, lacking approx. 1" x half inch at top of spine. Endpaper maps. Name on front free endpaper. £15.00


1509. GILL (Evan R.): The Inscriptional Work of Eric Gill. An Inventory.

London, Cassell 1964. First Edition. Preface, 16 black and white plates. Roy8vo. original cloth very good in very good protected dustwrapper. £75.00


2055. GODFREY (Janice): The Best of Camberwick Green Stories.

London, Dean & Son 1973. Illustrated in colour by Peter Adby. Square 4to. original picture boards and endpapers. £6.00


3311. GOETHE: Hermann und Dorthea mit acht Bildern von Arthur Freiherr von Rambergnach den Original Delgemalden photographiet von France Hanfftangl.

Berlin, G. Grote'fche Derlagsbuchhandlung 1877. Each page with text within a red border. Head and tail pieces. Red initial letters. 8 original photographs in sepia. Roy8vo. original red cloth embossed in black and gold. Title in blue lettering within a gold emblem. £75.00


5655. GOETHE (Johann Wolfgang von): Faust. A Drama.

London, George Routledge & Sons Ltd. n.d. Ca.1934 The Photogravure and Colour Series. Translated by Anna Swanwick. Black and white frontispiece with tissue guard and seven further full page black and white illustrations by Gilbert James. 8vo. original mottled board sides dark blue cloth spine in very good condition. Gift inscription on fep dated Easter 1934. £20.00


5636. GOLDEN GORSE: Moorland Mousie

London, Country Life Ltd. (Popular Edition reprint) 1937 Frontispiece drawing and 15 further full page drawings by Lionel Edwards. Square 8vo. original green cloth brown lettering to upper cover and spine. No dustwrapper. Light foxing spots to edges and some pages. Ownership signature on ffep. £10.00


5323. GOLDSCHMIDT (Lieut. - Colonel S. G.): Bridle Wise. A Key to Better Hunters - Better Ponies.

London, Country Life(second impression) December 1927. Coloured frontispiece and 25 full page black and white plates by Lionel Edwards. Line drawings by Mr. J. McNeill. Photographic plates. 4to. original beige cloth with title in red lettering on upper cover. Covers a little grubby. No dustwrapper. Very slight wear to top and bottom of spine. Ownership bookplate on front free endpaper. £20.00


5663. GOLDSCHMIDT (Lieut.-Colonel S. G.). EDWARDS (Lionel): Bridle Wise. A Key to Better Hunters - Better Ponies.

London, Country Life, 1927. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 25 black and white plates by Lionel Edwards. Textual drawings and diagrams. 4to.Beautifully rebound in red morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, all edges gilt. Gily spine with five raised bands. Inner dentelles, patterned endpapers. Bookplate of Captain Sir Harold Nutting, Bart of Quenby Hall. Some slight buckling of top of pages where book has been in damp atmosphere. £110.00


5461. GOLDSMITH (Oliver) / RACKHAM (Arthur): The Vicar of Wakefield

London, George Harrap & Co. 1929 First Edition. Coloured frontispiece, half title with vignette, vignette and lettering in red to title page. Eleven further full page coloured plates and numerous black and white illustrations in the text. 4to. original dark green cloth with gilt vignette and lettering to upper cover (nice and bright). Gilt lettering to spine which has dulled and spine a little marked. Top edge gilt, fore edge and lower edge foxing spots. Illustrated endpapers. No dustwrapper. Ownership bookplate pasted to front endpaper and gift inscription on front free endpaper. £100.00


5408. GOLDSMITH (Oliver), THOMSON (Hugh): She Stoops to Conquer or The Mistakes of a Night.

London, Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. (1912) A beautiful production with tipped in coloured frontispiece, illustrated title page, and 24 further tipped in coloured plates each within a fancy border and numerous black and white drawings. All by Hugh Thomson. Thick 4to. original green cloth patterned in red and gilt. gilt decorated spine. Spine a little faded and slightly worn. Corners slightly bumped. Illustrated endpapers, front free endpaper browned. £55.00


5607. GOODERS (John): A Day in the Country.

London, Andre Deutsch, 1979. First Edition. illustrated with sketch maps and drawings by David Thelwell. 8vo. original green cloth, fine in fine dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £5.00


3239. GRAHAME (Kenneth) HAGUE (Michael): The Wind in the Willows.

London, Ariel Books. Methuen Children's Books. 1982. Beautifully illustrated in colour. Frontispiece, vignette title page and many full page and textual illustrations. 4to. original brown cloth, gilt lettering and vignette to upper cover. No dustwrapper. Pictorial endpapers. £10.00


5342. HARRISON (The Rev. Canon F.): Treasures of Illumination. English Manuscripts of the Fourteenth Century (c.1250 to 1400)

London, The Studio Ltd. 1937. this edition on hand made paper bound in full natural vellum is Limited to Two Hundred and Fifteen numbered copies of which Two Hundred only are for sale throughout the world. This Copy is number 63. 48 pages of text followed by 24 tipped in coloured plates each with descriptive text. Small folio, natural vellum, spine with five raised bands and gilt lettering. Top edge gilt. Gold coloured endpapers. Bound by Zaensdorf. Beautiful condition. contained in broken slip case. £150.00


5453. HART (Frank) (Writer and Illustrator): Everyhorse. A Selection of Studies, Grave & Gay.

London, Country Life Ltd. 1935. First Edition. Black and white frontispiece, illustrated title page, 16 further full page plates, numerous textual illustrations, all by the author. Large 4to. original green cloth, slight bumping to corners but overall very good condition in very worn repaired dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £20.00


5361. HAUSER (Frank): Dinosaur Days. Poems.

Gloucestershire, printed for Heals Books & Prints by the Whittington Press (second impression) 1976. 15 pages of poems with line illustrations by Peter MacKarell. Stitched into card covers with illustration to upper cover. Inside back cover advertises five books by The Whittington Press and outer back cover gives a short discourse on Frank Hauser. £5.00


2555. HAUTZIG (Esther): A Gift for Mama.

London, Hamish Hamilton, 1981. First Edition. Frontispiece and other full page illustrations by Donna Diamond. 8vo. original cream boards, floral blue spine, slight fading to top and bottom of spine otherwise very good in repaired dustwrapper. Small ink mark on upper cover of d.w. £5.00


2772. HAY (Roy) & SYNGE (Patrick M.).: A Dictionary of Garden Plants in Colour, with House and Greenhouse Plants.

Ebury Press and Michael Joseph, 1976. Over 2000 coloured illustrations of different plants. Thick roy8vo. original green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Slight rubbing to corners and bottom of spine. Overall condition very good. £10.00


2984. HENDERSON (Bernard) and CALVERT (C.): Wonder Tales of Many Lands.

London, Phillip Allan 1934. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and seven further full page colour illustrations and numerous black and white drawings by Constance E. Rowlands. Contains sixteen stories. thick 4to. original brown cloth, Illustrated upper cover in black. Very good condition. No dustwrapper. £10.00


2789. HENDERSON (George): Lady Nairne and Her Songs.

Paisley, Alexander Gardner, 1906. Fourth Edition. Frontispiece portrait of Lady Nairne and her Son. Vignette title page of the Auld House of Gask drawn by Lady Nairne. 17 further plates. Cr.8vo. original red cloth, gilt cross and lettering to upper cover, spine faded. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Inscription on ffep dated 23rd May 1907. £15.00


5447. HILL (Adrian): Sketching & Painting Out of Doors.

London, Blandford Press (reprint) 1973. Written and illustrated by the author. Coloured frontispiece, ten further colour plates, 33 black and white drawings. Thin 8vo. original picture boards in very good condition. No inscriptions. £4.00


3101. HILL (Helen) and MAXWELL (Violet): The Golden Goat.

London, Blackie & Son. 1935. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece, 9 full page black and white illustrations and numerous textual, by the authors. 8vo. original pale blue cloth, spine faded and a little rubbed on edges. No dustwrapper. School prize bookplate pasted on front free endpaper. Overall condition very good. £6.00


5449. HISLOP (John) and SKEAPING (John): SteepleChasing.

London, Hutchinson, 1951. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece, black and white vignette title page, 7 further colour plates by John Skeaping. Numerous textual outline drawings. Roy8vo. original green cloth, very good condition in slightly worn dustwrapper. Illustrated endpapers. Ownership name and address on front free endpaper. £25.00


4181. HOME (Gordon): A Sketch Book of Winchester

London A & C Black (reprint) 1950. 23 black and white illustrations of Winchester. First Edition. roy8vo. original boards, decorated paper title label on upper cover. spine very slightly defective and covers a little marked. £6.00


3982. HOUSMAN (Laurence): Moonlight and Fairyland.

London, Jonathan Cape, 1978. 15 full page coloured plates by Pauline Martin and decorated initial letters to each chapter start. Small4to. original black cloth, a little marked. No dustwrapper. £10.00


5532. HUDSON (W. H.): Nature in Downland and An Old Thorn.

London, J. M. Dent & Sons 1934. (reprint). Open Air Library. Edited and with a foreword by Eric Fitch Daglish Frontispiece wood engraving, wood engraving vignette to title page and last page has vignette wood engraving of an owl, by Eric Fitch Daglish. Cr.8vo. original green cloth, spine a little faded. No dustwrapper. Overall condition very good. £10.00


5632. HUGHES (Thomas): Tom Brown's School Days

London, Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd.n.d. Sixth Edition. Frontispiece and 3 further full page illustrations by H. M. Brock. Cr.8vo. original dark green blind tooled cloth with gilt lettering to upper cover and spine. Slight scuffing to edges. No inscriptions. £4.00


1749. HUNTER (Eileen): Tales of Waybeyond.

London, Andre Deutsch 1979. First Edition. Illustrated by Pauline Baynes. Thin8vo. original cloth very good in very good dustwrapper. Pictorial endpapers. Inscription on verso ffep. £10.00


1660. ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS: An Eightieth Year Tribute to Winston Churchill, Statesman, Historian, Sportsman, Soldier and Orator 1954.

Illustrated London News 1954. Edited by Bruce Ingram. Coloured frontispiece portrait. Decorated title page, 11 further colour plates, 4 gravure plates and numerous other illustrations. In four sections: In Parliament: In War: The Man and Place in History. Folio, original decorated red wrappers. good condition. Name on top of endpapers. £30.00


5615. IRVING (Washington): Tales of a Traveller

New York and London, G. P. Putnam (Buckthorne Edition) 1895. Each page has text within a border designed as is the title page and the covers from drawings by George Wharton Edwards. The initials are from designs by Walter C. Greenough. Black and white frontispiece with tissue guard and 13 further full page illustrations each with tissue guard including two by Arthur Rackham in Volume 1. Black and white frontispiece with tissue guard and 10 further full page illustrations each with tissue guard includng three by Arthur Rackham in Volume 2. Two volumes, Roy8vo. beautifully bound in white cloth with elaborate gilt and dark green decoration to upper covers and spines. Top edges gilt. Two really lovely volumes. No inscriptions. £125.00


5341. JACKSON (Mrs. E. Nevill ): Silhouette. Notes and Dictionary.

London, Methuen & Co. Ltd. 1938. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard and nine further coloured plates each with tissue guard and mounted on brown card. 93 illustrations in monotone. Large 4to. orignal red cloth with silhouette on upper cover. Back cover slightly bubbled at bottom with some water marks. Overall condition very good. No inscriptions. £45.00


391. JACOB (Helen Pierce): A Garland for Gandhi

California, Berkely, Parnassus Press 1968 First Edition. Colour illustrations by Lillian Sader. 4to. original decorated cloth, fine, in good price clipped dustwrapper. £8.00


3159. JAMES (Philip): English Book Illustration. 1800-1900.

London, King Penguin Books. 1947. First Edition. Black and white and colour illustrations. Thin Cr.8vo. original pictorial boards. Very good condition. £5.00


4022. JERROLD (Douglas): Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures.

New York, D. Appleton, 1866. Coloured frontispiece and numerous black and white illustrations by Charles Keene Printed on pale blue paper. Square 8vo. original half black morocco, mottled board sides, edges and endpapers. gilt panelled spine with five raised bands. Binding a little rubbed. £40.00


2603. JOHNSON (Henry): Under the Shadow of St. Pauls. A page from the history of London.

London, The Religious Tract Society 1898. First Edition. Frontispiece and 36 further illustrations, many full page. Cr8vo. original maroon buckram, inset with gilt lettered vignettes. Top and bottom of spine a very trifle rubbed. Overall condition very good. Presentation bookplate on fep. £15.00


4498. KIPLING (Rudyard): A Song of the English.

London, Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. Beautifully illustrated with sixteen tipped in colour plates by W. Heath Robinson. Illustrated title page and numerous black and white drawings. Roy8vo. original dark blue cloth, gilt lettering and pale green illustration to upper cover and spine. No dustwrapper. Very good condition apart from slight bubbling to top of fep, on which is a very small inscription dated 5.1.21. £75.00


4821. KIPLING (Rudyard): The Jungle Books.

London, The Reprint Society, 1955. Two books in one. Illustrated by Stuart Tresilian. 8vo. original green cloth, gilt elephant's head on upper cover, very good in very good pictured dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £5.00


165. KOLVIN (Renate): Fairytales and Childrens Stories

London printed by Richard Harden. 1980 First Edition. Illustrated in silhouette by Mary Ransford. 8vo. original decorated cloth in dustwrapper £5.00


5052. KOSSOFF (David). KEEPING (Charles, Illustrator): The Little Book of Sylvanus.

London, Collins, 1975. First Edition. Illustrated by Charles Keeping. 8vo. original cloth very good in slightly worn dustwrapper. Small ink mark on lower edge. £5.00


3300. LACEY (Robert): Aristocrats.

London, Hutchinson & BBC 1983. First Edition. Illustrated with colour plates and black and white maps. Roy8vo. original cloth fine in fine dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £10.00


3544. LAMB (Charles): Essays. Edited with and introduction by Rosalind Vallance and John Hampden.

London, The Folio Society, 1963. Illustrated with wood engravings by Frank Martin. 8vo. original black cloth, upper cover decorated with gilt borders and designs. gilt spine, red title label. fine condition in slipcase. £10.00


2765. LAMOND (Henry): The Sea Trout. A Study in Natural History.

London, Sherratt & Hughes, 1916. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece of a Sea Trout and eight further full page colour plates. 62 figures and a plan of Luss Hatchery. Large 4to. original dark green cloth, gilt lettering to upper cover and spine. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. £85.00


3371. LATHROP (Dorothy P.): The Skittle Skattle Monkey.

New York, Macmillan & Co. 1945. First Edition. Beautifully illustrated with black and white drawings. Small thin square 8vo. original red cloth with vignette of monkey on upper cover. Very good condition. No dustwrapper. Gift inscription on fep. £8.00


2839. LEMAN (Martin): StarCats.

London, Pelham Books 1980. First Edition. Which Zodiac sign is your cat?. Each of the twelve signs has its own special characteristics, and in the book you will discover all about Star Cats and maybe recognise some of your feline friends amongst them. Roy8vo. original pictorial boards in fine condition. Pictorial endpapers. £6.00


4423. LEMAN (Martin). CARTER (Angela): Comic and Curious Cats.

London, Victor Gollancz, (third impression) 1979. Illustrated title page and 16 full page coloured plates of cats by Martin Leman with letters of the alphabet opposite and rhymes by Angela Carter. Large square 4to. original picture boards. Very good condition. £6.00


3660. LOCKHART (J. G.): The Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 1771-1832.

London, Adam & Charles Black, 1896. New Popular Edition with 17 engravings each with tissue guard. Printed in double columns. Thick roy8vo. original pale cloth covers with title and decoration on upper cover and sage green cloth spine with gilt lettering and decoration. Gift inscription on ffep dated 1904. £15.00


5541. LOFTING (Hugh): The Adventures of Doctor Dolittle being The History of His Peculiar Life at Home and Astonishing Adventures in Foreign Parts.

London, Jonathan Cape, 1936. First Omnibus Edition. Contains three stories: The Story of Doctor Dolittle: Doctor Dolittle's Post Office: Doctor Dolittle's Zoo. Illustrated title page, coloured frontispiece to each story and numerous black and white illustrations all by the author. The title of the third story has been coloured in in blue. Thick 8vo. original grey cloth with blue writting on upper cover and spine in very poor but protected dustwrapper. Pictorial endpapers. No inscriptions. £15.00


5616. LOFTING (Hugh): Travels of Doctor Doolittle, adapted for beginning readers by Al Perkins.

Collins and Harvill, 1968. Coloured illustrations by Philip Wende. roy8vo. original picture boards. very good. £5.00


5518. LONG (William J.): Wood-Folk Comedies. The Play of Wild Animal Life on a Natural Stage.

New York and London, Harper & Brothers, 1920. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece, 7 further full page coloured plates and numerous textual drawings by Charles Livingstone Bull. Thick roy.8vo. original green cloth, upper cover with green border aqnd gilt lettering and vignette in preserved dustwrapper, which lacks part of spine. Top edge gilt, others untrimmed. £20.00


5328. LYLE (R. C.): Royal Newmarket

London, Putnam & Co. 1945 First Edition. Coloured frontispiece, 9 full page coloured plates, 32 black and white illustrations and numerous line drawings by Lionel Edwards. Introduction by Adair Dighton. Large 4to. original green cloth in very good condition in torn dustwrapper, large portion from bottom is missing, but preserved in cellophane cover, illustration intact. £40.00


2543. LYND (Robert) 'Y.Y.': Things one Hears.

London, J. M. Dent & Sons, 1945. First Edition. Frontispiece, vignette title page and other wood engravings by Claire Oldham. Thin8vo. original beige cloth, red title label on spine. Monogram on endpapers. Very good condition. £10.00


5593. MACDERMOT (E. T.). EDWARDS (Lionel): The Devon and Somerset Staghounds 1907-1936.

London, Collins 1936. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece, 8 further colour plates,15 drawings by Lionel Edwards and 17 black and white photographs. Contains: History: The Deer: The Hounds: The Huntsman: The Harbourer: The Secretary: Some Notable Runs and a Bibliography. Small folio, beautifully rebound in red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. New sympathetic endpapers. Light foxing spots to edges. A really lovely copy. £125.00


1803. MACINTOSCH (Miss): Contes Américains. traduit avec l'autorisation de l'auteur par Mme R. Dionis and illustrated with 120 vignettes by E. Bayard.

Paris, Librairie Hachette et Cie. 1887. New Editioin. First Series. Jessie Graham, Alice Scott and Hélène Leslie. Cr.8vo. original red cloth gilt decorated, all edges gilt. Publisher's adverts at end of book. £8.00


3265. MACKENZIE (Donald A.): Indian Myth and Legend.

London, The Gresham Publishing Co. Ltd. n.d. Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard, vignette title page, 7 further full page coloured plates by Warwick Goble and 32 plates in monochrome. Very thick 8vo. original grey weave cloth, upper cover with yellow border and decoration. Lettering in dark brown. Top edge of spine very slightly worn. £45.00


5544. MACKILLOP (Lt.-Col. J.) HUTCHINSON (Horace G.) and The Hon. Douglas CAIRNS: Letters to Young Sportsmen on Hunting, Angling and Shooting.

London, Country Life, 1920 First Edition. Illustrated with black and white drawings by Lionel Edwards. Cr.8vo. original two tone brown cloth, a little marked. Gift inscription dated 1924. £5.00


5568. MARE (Walter de la) Chosen and Annotated by: Tom Tiddler's Ground. A Book of Poetry for Children.

London, The Bodley Head, 1961. Foreword by Leonard Clark. Vignette illustrations by Margery Gill. 8vo. original blue cloth in very good condition. No dustwrapper. Ownership name and address on front free endpaper. £5.00


4681. MARE (Walter De La). ARDIZZONE (Edward): Stories from the Bible.

London, The Reprint Society, 1963. Vignette title page and numerous drawings by Edward Ardizzone. 8vo. original red cloth fine in fine dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £10.00


3383. MARRIOTT (Alice): Sequoyah. Leader of the Cherokees.

New York, Random House. 1956. First Edition. Illustrated by Bob Riger. 8vo. original light blue cloth, very good to fine. Illustrated endpapers. No inscriptions. No dustwrapper. £6.00


5384. MAYLE (Peter): Toujours Provence

London, Hamish Hamilton, 1991. First Edition. A sequel to 'A Year in Provence'. From vantage points as varied as the Cannes Film Festival, the caves at Chateauneuf-du-Pape and the Menerbes Dog Show, you will see that life in Provence is far from the quiet and uneventful existence suggested by those postcards of empty villagesand picturesque peasants. All kinds of characters are lurking in the lavender; estate agents, a disgraced gendarme, reports from Vogue and, hot of the autoroute and baying for social activity the summer invaders. Black and white illustrations by Kevin Hart. 8vo. original cloth with silver lettering to spine in fine condition in fine dustwrapper. £4.00


2041. MCCULLOCH (Derek): Uncle Mac's Own Story Book.

London, Sampson Low, n.d. (1950's) Ten stories illustrated in colour by various artists. Small 4to. original picture boards very good, cloth spine. Picture endpapers. £10.00


696. McLAREN (Moray) and KERSTING (A. F.): Scotland in Colour.

London, Batsford. 1954 First Edition. Foreword by Sir Compton Mackenzie. 32 coloured illustrations from photographs by A. F. Kersting. 4to. original cloth fine in very good dustwrapper. £15.00


5349. McTAGGART (Lieut.-Col. M. F.). EDWARDS (Lionel): Mount and Man. A Key to Better Horsemanship.

London, Country Life 1925. First Editiion. Black and white frontispiece and 26 further plates by Lionel Edwards. Textual drawings. Roy8vo. orignal red cloth, gilt lettering to upper cover. No dustwrapper. Covers a little marked but overall condition very good. No inscriptions. £15.00


5318. McTAGGART (Lt. Col. M. F.): Stable and Saddle

London, Methuen, 1929. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece of the author on his horse with tissue guard, vignette title page and numerous equestrian drawings by Ludwig Koch. Thick 4to. original blue cloth with gilt vignette to upper cover. Top edge gilt. Some slight marks to cover and corners a trifle bumped, overall very good condition. No inscriptions. £35.00


5623. MEADE (L. T.): The Girls of Kings Royal.

London, W. & R. Chambers 1913. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 7 further full page coloured illustrations by Gordon Browne. Very thick 8vo. original decorated cloth, gilt extra, all edges gilt. Inner hinge cracked and foxing spots throughout. £5.00


2036. MELZACK (Ronald): The Day Tuk Became a Hunter and Other Eskimo Stories.

Canada, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart Ltd. 1967. First Edition. Illustrated in colour by Carol Jones. Roy8vo. original picture cloth very good in very slightly worn dustwrapper. Inscription on ffep. £10.00


4020. MILNE (A. A.): Now We Are Six.

London, Methuen, 1927. First Edition. Illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard. 8vo. original maroon cloth, upper cover decorated with gilt border and gilt vignette of Christopher Robin. Gilt vignette of Pooh buying in a tikit on the back cover. Illustrated pink endpapers. Top of spine very slightly faded. Overall condition very good in chipped, spine faded dustwrapper. Top edge gilt. £250.00


108. MILNE (Christopher). LINDLEY (Kenneth, Illustrator): The Windfall

London, Methuen 1985 First Edition. Wood engravings by Kenneth Lindley. thin8vo. original cloth fine in dustwrapper. £10.00


977. MILTON (John): L'Allegro and Il Penseroso.

London, The Scolar Press, 1975. 30 vignette illustrations by Birket Foster. Each page of verse printed in red. roy8vo. original cloth with vignette on both covers, gilt lettering to upper cover. Plastic dustwrapper a little split and price clipped. £20.00


5352. MITFORD (A. B.): Tales of Old Japan.

London, Macmillan and Co. 1893. (reprint) Black and White Frontispiece with tissue guard (foxing spots to guard). 30 further full page illustrations by various Japanese artists. Cr.8vo. original red cloth, gilt emblem to centre of upper cover. Spine a little sunned. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. A few small foxing spots throughout. £25.00


3082. MITFORD (Mary Russell). THOMSON (Hugh, Illustrator): Our Village.

London, Macmillan & Co. 1893 (reprint) Introduction by Anne Thackeray Ritchie and one hundred illustrations by Hugh Thomson. Cr.8vo. decorated cloth with gilt lettering to upper cover and spine. All edges gilt. Very good condition. £15.00


4228. MOERIKE (Edward): Mozart on the Way to Prague.

London, Westhouse, 1946. First English Edition. Translated by Walter and Catherine Alison Phillips. Frontispiece and drawings in black and white and some with a little added colour by Suzanne Einzig. Roy8vo. original cloth very good. No dustwrapper. Small remains of cellotape mark on endpaper. £10.00


4142. MONTRESSOR (Beni): Cinderella from the Opera by Giacchino Rossini in a vrsion written and illustrated by the above.

London, Collins, 1967. First Edition. Coloured illustrated title page and fourteen full page coloured illustrations by Beni Montressor. Oblong 4to. original red cloth, slight 'wrinkling' to front endpaper. Small illustration on upper cover. £10.00


2499. MORRISSEY (Dean): Ship of Dreams.

New York, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. 1994. First Edition. Coloured title page and full page colour illustrations. Signed by the author. Many of the images featured in this book have been published as limited edition art prints exclusively by Mill Pond Press. This is Dean Morrissey's first book. £10.00


2022. NESBIT (Z. A. R.): Twinkle Tail Stories.

London, Thos. Nelson. n.d. Coloured frontispiece and six further full page coloured plates, textual illustrations in black and white, all by A. Scott Rankin. Square 8vo. original cloth with picture onlay, slightly defective. Lacks front free endpaper. £5.00


3668. NETTLES (John): Bergerac's Jersey.

London, BBC 1988. First Edition. Coloured photographs by Kim Sayer, Etchings by Michael Richecoeur. Small 4to. original cloth fine in fine dustwrapper. Endpaper maps. £10.00


5333. NICHOLS (Beverley): A Book of Old Ballads.

London, Hutchinson & Co. 1934. First Edition. Bound in the rare binding of brown suede with gilt lettering and vignette to upper cover. Coloured frontispiece and 15 further full page colour plates by H. M. Brock. Black and white drawing headpieces. Small folio, beautiful condition binding in protective cellophane cover. Pictured endpapers. Fore-edge deckled. Ownership signature on front free endpaper. £60.00


2982. NICKLESS (Will): Owlglass.

London, John Baker, 1964. First Edition. Frontispiece and numerous other drawings by the author. 8vo. original red cloth very good in very good price clipped dustwrapper. Ownership name on ffep. £10.00


5531. NOAKES (Aubrey): Sportsmen in a Landscape.

London, The Bodley Head, 1954 First Editionl. Coloured frontispiece, 7 full page colour plates and 32 black and white plates. roy8vo. original red cloth, gilt vignette to upper cover, gilt lettering to spine. Spine sightly rubbed top and bottom and small mark on upper cover. No inscription but old price of 2/6 in ink on ffep. £7.50


2838. NOTTRIDGE (Rhoda): Cat Tails. Book of Days. A fluffy and enchanting celebration for feline fanciers.

Coombe Books. n.d. These feline facts and fables are accompanied by a unique collection of cat memorabilia and beautiful illustrations. For every week of the year there is a different story and a space to keep a daily diary alongside the amusing collection of anecdotes. square 4to. original pictorial boards fine in fine dustwrapper. pictorial endpapers, half title and title page. £8.00


5404. OGILVIE (Will H.). EDWARDS (Lionel): Over the Grass

London, Constable, 1925 First Edition. Tipped in coloured frontispiece on brown card and seven further tipped in coloured plates on brown card all by Lionel Edwards. Roy8vo. original dark blue cloth, gilt lettering to upper cover and spine. No dustwrapper. Ownership bookplate on ffep. Some light foxing spots to edges and very light to pages. Very good condition. £25.00


2011. OLLIVANT (Alfred): Redcoat Captain. A Story of That Country.

London, John Murray 1907. First Edition. Frontispiece and 17 full page illustrations and textual illustrations all by Graham Robertson. Square 8vo. original cloth, small picture on upper cover and front endpaper. Inscription. Very good condition apart from small stain on lower margin page 64. £10.00


680. PEACOCK (Thomas Love): Crotchet Castle.

London, The Folio Society, 1964. With an introduction by Kenneth Hopkins. Wood engravings by Peter Reddick. 8vo. original mottled boards, gilt cloth spine. Fine condition in very slightly worn slipcase. £15.00


4993. PENLEY (Aaron): Sketching from Nature in Water Colours.

London, Cassell, Petter & Galpin, n.d. (Ca. 1880's) Half title illustrated in colour. Full page illustration of colours used, 13 chromo-lithograph full page plates each with tissue guard. One sketch drawing. The sketch drawing is foxed, the others are not affected except in some cases in the margins. Folio, Prize binding of half red morocco and red cloth with small coat of arms in gilt on upper cover. Marbled endpapers and edges. Gilt spine with five raised bands. Corners very slightly bumped but overall very good condition. No inscriptions. £40.00


5170. PERCY (W. S.): Strolling Through Cottage England.

London, Collins, 1936. (Second impression) Coloured frontispiece of Weobley, Hereford. 3 further full page colour plates. 16 photogravure plates, and line drawings, all by the author. 8vo. original blue cloth, spine very darkened and upper cover a little marked. No inscriptions. £5.00


3937. PERRAULT. FOWLES (John): Cinderella.

London, Jonathan Cape, 1974. First Edition thus. Adapted from Perrault's Cendrillon of 1697 by John Fowles and illustrated with drawings by Sheilah Beckett. Thin 4to. (32pp.). original cloth very good in slightly worn repaired dustwrapper. £15.00


3980. PERRY (Haydn): Wave a Wand.

Middlesex, Bookland Publishing Co. n.d. Black and white drawings of fairies, elves, etc. by Geoffrey Heney. Thin small4to. original pictured paper wrappers (spine worn and repaired internally). Covers a little soiled. £10.00


5350. PETTY (Mary): This Petty Pace. A Book of Drawings.

New York, Alfred A. Knopf. (third printing) 1946. Preface by James Thurber. 8 full page coloured plates and numerous black and white. 4to. original green cloth in very good condition apart from a few slight marks. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £10.00


2946. PILKINGTON (F. M.): The Three Sorrowful Tales of Erin.

London, The Bodley Head, 1965. First Edition. The Three Sorrowful Tales of Erin contains the three stories of a famous Irish legendary cycle: The Fate of the Children of Tuireann, The Fate of the Children of Lir, and Deirdre and the Sons of Uisue. Illustrated with black and white drawings by Victor Ambrus. 8vo. original cloth very good in very good price clipped dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £25.00


4000. POTTER (Beatrix): The Tailor of Gloucester. From the original manuscript.

London and New York, Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd. 1969. Colour illustrations by Beatrix Potter. Small 4to. original pictured boards. Very good condition. No dustwrapper. £8.00


106. RABELAIS (Francis). HEATH ROBINSON (Illustrator): The Works.

London, Navarre Society 1931 Complete in one volume. Frontispiece and numerous black and white illustrations by W. Heath Robinson. Thick8vo. original red cloth, a little marked, gilt top. £10.00


2545. REMINGTON (Barbara): Boat.

London, Macdonald & Jane's Publishers Ltd. 1977. First English Edition. Illustrated half title, double page illustrated title page and every page with illustration and 2 lines of text. Illustrated by the author in black and white. Small 4to. original pictured boards. Very good condition. £8.00


5601. RUTLEY (C. Bernard). TRESILIAN (Stuart): Wild Life in the Ice and Snow.

London, Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 1943. First Edition. Contents: Liki the Wolf: Miska the Seal: Gogo the Penguin. Illustrated in black and white by Stuart Treslilian. Cr.8vo. original Green illustrated cloth in very good condition. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £5.00


5602. RUTLEY (C. Bernard). TRESILIAN (Stuart): Wild Life in the Jungle.

London, Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 1943. First Edition. Contents: Raja the Elephant: Kra the Baboon: Timur the Tiger. Illustrated in black and white by Stuart Treslilian. Cr.8vo. original Orange illustrated cloth in very good condition. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £5.00


5552. SABRETACHE: Monarchy and the Chase

London, Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1948 First Edition. Black and white frontispiece, vignette title page and 15 full page black and white illustrations. Textual illustrations. Roy8vo. original blue cloth, edges a little rubbed, patterned endpapers. Clean and tight internally. £6.50


5605. SALTEN (Felix): Renni. The Rescuer. A Dog of the Battlefield.

London, The Commodore Press, 1944. First Edition. by the author of 'Bambi', Fifteen Rabbits, etc. Translation by Kenneth C., Kaufman. Illustrated with black and white drawings by Sheila Dunn. Cr.8vo. original blue cloth in good condition. No dustwrapper. The paper and binding of this book conform to the authorised economy standard. £5.00


5451. SASSOON (Seigfried), TSCHIFFELY (A. F.) , EDWARDS (Lionel) and Others: My First Horse.

London, Peter Lunn 1947. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece by Lionel Edwards. Thoughts on Horses and Hunting by Sassoon: A Gaucho in the Pampa by Tschiffely; Granny's Story by Cynthia Asquith; An Artist and His Horse by Edwards; My Welsh Pony by Laurian Jones: I Become a Racehorse Owner by Vic Oliver. Black and white illustrations by Lionel Edwards. Oblong 4to. original beige cloth with gilt vignette to upper cover, gilt lettering to spine, in very good condition, in a little worn price clipped dustwrapper. Illustrated endpapers. Gift inscription on front free endpaper. £15.00


1107. SAYWELL (Frederic B.): The Clever Little Tailor, or, Seven at a Blow.

London, Halton & Truscott Smith. n.d. (Ca.1947) 12 beautiful coloured illustrations mounted on grey card by Herbert J. Harvey. Small illustration on title page and decorative border and tailpiece to each page of text. Roy8vo. original patterned boards, vellum spine, spine a little grubby and corners a little worn. Some foxing to endpapers. Inscription on fly leaf dated 1947. £40.00


5608. SCHROEDER (Doris): Walt Disney's Annette and the Mystery at Moonstone Bay.

Wisconsin, USA. Whitman Publishing Company, Authorised Edition. 1962. First Edition. Illustrated title page and illustrated throughout in green by Adam Szwejkowski. Cr.8vo. original illustrated board covers in good condition.. Pages a little browned. Illustrated endpapers. No inscriptions. Bookplate pasted on front endpaper. £4.00


5702. SETON (Ernest Thompson): Wild Animals I Have Known.

London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1899. First Edition. Vignette title page, Textual drawings throughout and full page black and white illustrations by the author. Contains 8 stories. 8vo. original sage green cloth, upper cover decorated with animal heads. Gilt lettered spine. Gift inscription on front free endpaper. £10.00


5026. SEWELL (Anna). Illustrator DOUGLAS RELF.: Black Beauty.

London, Thomas Nelson, n.d. Coloured frontispiece and 8 black and white drawings by Douglas Relf. Cr.8vo. original red cloth (slightly marked) Overall condition very good. £4.00


5005. SHAKESPEARE (William): The Works. The Henry Irving Edition.

London, Blackie & Son, 1888 - 1890. Edited by Henry Irving and Frank A. Marshall. With numerous illustrations by Gordon Browne. Frontispiece to each volume with tissue guard. Textual illustrations. 7 volumes. Royal 8vo. original brown cloth with gilt vignette and facsimile signature in gilt of William Shakespeare on upper cover. Gilt tops. Very slight rubbing to bindings. Volume 7 is a lighter brown than the other six volumes. Ownership bookplate on each front endpaper. £65.00


5370. SHAW (Bernard): Sixteen Self Sketches.

London, Constable 1949. First Standard Edition. Black and white frontispiece and 22 sepia illustrations. 8vo. original red cloth. No dustwrapper. Very good condition. £8.00


5365. SHAW (Bernard). WINSTEN (S.): Days with Bernard Shaw

London, Hutchinson n.d. (1948) First Edition. Illustrated black and white plates. roy8vo. original red cloth in very good condition in slightly chipped dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £5.00


5547. SHEPHERD (C. B.): Beagling.

London, Seeley Service & Co. Ltd. n.d. (1940's) (Volume X of 'The Modern Sports Series'.) With a chapter on Bassett Hounds by Ena Adams and Harriers by The Earl of Stradbroke. Black and white frontispiece and 11 further black and white illustrations. List of volumes in The Modern Sports Series at start of book and 11 pages of publisher's adverts at end of book. Thinroy8vo. original yellow cloth in good condition. No dustwrapper. Pencil inscription dated 1941. £12.00


1772. SINDALL (Marjorie A.): Down Come the Houses.

London, Chatto, Boyd and Oliver, 1970. First Edition inscribed on half title by the author. Black and white illustrations by Robert Hales. thin 8vo. original picture boards in slightly worn dustwrapper. £10.00


1559. SISLEY. SHONE (Richard): Sisley.

Oxford, Phaidon, 1979. First Edition. 48 coloured plates. Small folio. original green cloth fine in fine dustwrapper. £15.00


2440. SMITH-MASTERS (Margaret) [Félicité Lefèvre]: The Knights of Compassion.

London, Wells Gardner, Darton & Co. Ltd. n.d. (1928) Frontispiece and nine further full page black and white plates by Charles E. Brock. Thick 8vo. original bright blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Beautiful condition. Inscription for prize awarded in July 1928. £10.00


2824. SPCK: Scripture Picture Book. Old Testament.

London, SPCK n.d. (1896) Black and white frontispiece, further full page illustrations, vignette chapter headings, tailpieces, textual illustrations. Small4to. original green pictorial cloth, marked. All edges gilt. Book in sound condition. 2pp. publisher's adverts. Patterned endpapers, a few pages browned. Inscription on verso frontispiece dated Xmas 1896. £10.00


4010. SPEAKMAN (Harold): Here's Ireland.

London, Arrowsmith, 1926. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 13 full page plates, being 11 from paintings by Harold Speakman and two caricatures by 'Mac' of Dublin. Roy8vo. original green cloth, corners a little bumped. Spine faded and a little spotted. endpaper maps. £15.00


2249. STEPANEK (O) and DEMARTINI (E.): Birds of Heath and Marshland.

London, Spring Books (Third impression) 1964. Translated by A. Denesova. This book describes more than fifty of the better known species of game birds, such as pheasant, partridge, snipe, grouse, woodcock and wood pigeon and some of the attractive wild ducks. 56 full page colour plates. 4to. original white cloth, gilt extra, very good in very good protected dustwrapper. £10.00


5029. STEVENSON (Robert Louis): Treasure Island adapted by Walt Disney for the motion picture version.

London, Collins, 1950. Coloured frontispiece of of Long John Silver and Jim Hawkins, 7 further full page colour plates and black and white textual illustrations. Small 4to. original red cloth, vignette lower portion of upper cover in black. Endpaper maps. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £10.00


4840. STOBBS (William): The Derby Ram. A Picture Book.

London, The Bodley Head, 1975. First Edition. Beautifully coloured illustrations with text within. Small 4to. original picture boards in fine condition. No inscriptions. £5.00


5596. STONE (Irving): Lust for Life. A Novel of Vincent Van Gogh.

New York, The Heritage Press, 1936. Illustrated with one hundred and fifty reproductions of Vincent Van Gogh's pictures arranged by J. B. Neumann. Prologue: London: Book One - The Borinage: Book Two - Etten: Book Three - The Hague: Book Four - Nuenen: Book Five - Paris: Book Six - Arles: Book Seven - St. Remy: Book Eight - Auvers: Thick roy8vo. original illustrated board coversin very good condition. No inscriptions. £5.00


4219. SURTEES (R. S.): Jorrocks Set.

Bath, George Bayntun, 1926. Six volumes consisting of 'Ask Mama'; Plain or Ringlets?'; Hawbuck Grange; Mr. Romford's Hounds, approx. half inch split at top of spine; Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour; Handley Cross. Coloured frontispiece and numerous black and white illustrations by John Leech. Hawbuck Grange illustrated by W. T. Maud. Jorrocks Edition. 8vo. original bright blue cloth, each volume illustrated on upper cover and spine. Most volumes unopened. A lovely set. £125.00


5320. SURTEES (R. S.): Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour.

Devon, the R. S. Surtees Society, 1981. A facsimile of the edition of 1853 published by Bradbury and Evans. Frontispiece portrait of R. S. Surtees, coloured vignette to title page, 13 coloured engravings on steel and numerous black and white engravings on wood by John Leech. Endpapers with publisher's adverts. roy8vo. original red cloth, upper cover blind tooled and embellished with large gilt vignette, gilt decorated spine. Beautiful condition. No inscriptions. £15.00


5548. SURTEES (Robert Smith).: Young Tom Hall. His Heart-Aches and Horses.

Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood & Sons. 1926. Edited with introduction by E. D. Cuming. Coloured frontispiece and 3 further full page coloured plates. 12 half tone plates, all by G. Denholm Armour. Thick roy8vo. original red cloth, upper cover decorated in gilt and black. Gilt spine, faded and slightly worn at top. Top edge gilt. Some pages with foxing spots but mainly in the margins. Gift inscription on front pastedown dated Christmas 1927. £20.00


5587. SWIFT (Jonathan). STAYNES (P. A.): Gulliver's Voyages to Lilliput and Brobdingnag

London, Sidgwick & Jackson Ltde. 1912 8 full page coloured plates by P. A. Staynes and numerous textual illustrations. Frontispiece in decorated border with tissue guard to half title and decorated border to title page. Maps of Lilliput and Brobdingnag. Square 8vo. original cloth with illustration and title to upper cover and spine. Covers browned and spine has a small nick at base. Endpaper maps. Top edge gilt but wearing. Signature in ink top of front endpaper. Bookplate pasted on verso front free endpaper. two pages publisher's adverts at end of book. £10.00


5618. TARRANT (Margaret): The Child's Book of Verse.

London, Ward Lock & Co. 1951. First Edition. Full page colour frontispiece and 15 further full page colour plates by Margaret Tarrant. Thick small 4to. original picture boards, cloth spine, covered with protective film. Under film, edges and corners a little rubbed. Plates are fantastically clean. No inscriptions. £15.00


3261. TENNYSON.: A Day with Tennyson.

London, Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. Days with the Poets. Coloured frontispiece, vignette title page in red and black. 4 full page coloured plates by W. H. Margetson. 8vo. original grey green boards, picture portrait onlay, gilt lettering, cloth spine Decorated endpapers. £20.00


5407. THORP (William H.): An Architects Sketch Book At Home and Abroad.

Leeds, Richard Jackson and London, Bradley T. Batsford, 1884. First Edition and Limited to 400 copies of which this is number 171. List of Subscribers. Section I - England with 24 sketches: Section II - Belgium with 33 sketches: Section III - The Moselle with 18 sketches. Very large 4to. original dark green mottled boards with dark green morocco spine, gilt lettering, some repairs to spine. Corners and edges bumped and worn. Foxing spots to verso endpaper, half title and title page, verso of last sketch and rear endpaper. No inscriptions. £45.00


2997. TRAVERS (P. L.): The Fox at the Manger.

London, Collins, 1963. First Edition. Wood engravings by Thomas Bewick. Cr.8vo. original cloth very good in very good dustwrapper. Pictorial endpapers. £12.00


434. TROLLOPE (Anthony): The Warden

London, George Harrap 1949 First Edition Thus. Illustrated with colour plates by Phyllis Harrap. Numerous black and white vignettes. Illustrated title page. small4to. original in slightly defective dustwrapper. £20.00


5292. TURNER (W. J. ): English Ballet

London, Collins, 1944 - Britain in Pictures Series 8 plates in colour, 4 photographs and 18 illustrations in black and white. Thin roy8vo. original pale blue boards illustrated in white. Covers a little marked and foxing spots to endpapers. No dustwrapper. £4.00


1277. TURNOR (Reginald): Sussex.

London, Paul Elek. 1947. First Edition. Vision of England Series. Frontispiece and other drawings by Michael Rothenstein. Section containing black and white photographic plates at rear of book. Small thin4to. original pictorial boards good in worn dustwrapper. £8.00


2053. UPDIKE (David): A Winter Journey.

London, Andrew Deutschl, 1985. First Edition. Illustrated in colour by Robert Andrew Parker. Small 4to. original leatherette binding fine in fine dustwrapper. £8.00


5527. VARIOUS: Mrs. Strang's Annual for Girls.

London, Humphrey Milford, OUP. no date.Ca. 1920's Coloured frontispiece and 5 full page colour plates, numerous black and white illustrationsin the text. Illustrated title page, 27 stories by well known authors. 4to. original illustrated boards, edges r ubbed and corners bumped. Cloth spine with illustrated paper only of title etc. worn. No inscriptions.. £7.00


1094. VARIOUS: The Oxford Book of Garden Flowers.

Oxford University Press 1964. First Edition. Beautiful full page colour illustrations by B. E. Nicholson, from specimens selected by Michael Wallis. 4to. original decorated cloth, slight wear to top and bottom of spine and corners, in price clipped dustwrapper in protective film. Inscription on fly leaf. £8.00


3967. VERNE (Jules): Around the World in 80 Days. Especially edited for The Golden Picture Classics by Charles Verral.

London, Purnell, 1957. Illustrated in colour by Tom Gill. 4to. original red cloth, gilt lettering to upper cover and spine, very good condition inworn dustwrapper. Some foxing spots. £5.00


3011. VOLKMANN-LEANDER (Richard): The Rusty Knight and Other Tales from Germany.

London, Frederick Muller Ltd. 1974. First Edition. Retold by Susanne Flatauer. Black and white illustrations by John Spencer. roy8vo. original cloth very good in worn dustwrapper. £8.00


741. WALTERS (J. Cuming): The Charm of Lancashire.

London, A & C Black 1929. First Edition. With 24 page illustrations from pencil drawings by Frank Greenwood. 4to. original decorated cloth, very good in slightly worn dustwrapper. Inscription on title page. £25.00


5462. WALTON (Izaak)/RACKHAM (Arthur): The Compleat Angler or The Contemplative Man's Recreation.

London, George Harrap & Co. 1931 Being a discourse of Rivers, Fishponds, Fish and Fishing not unworthy the Perusal of Most Anglers. Coloured frontispiece with tissue guard (tissue creased) Title page with title lettering and vignette in green. Eleven full page colour plates each with tissue guard and head and tail drawings and black and white drawings in the text. 4t. original green cloth with gilt vignette and lettering to upper cover nice and bright, a couple of small marks. Gilt lettering to spine which has dulled and marked. Illustrated endpapers. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £120.00


175. WATERS (Fiona, Editor): The Cat King's Daughter and other Fairy Tales

London, Methuen 1984 Black and white illustrations by June Jackson. roy8vo. original cloth, fine in dustwrapper. £8.00


5668. WELLS (Nathaniel Armstrong): The Picturesque Antiquities of Spain; described in a series of letters with illustrations representing Moorish Palaces, Cathedrals and other Monuments of Art contained in the Cities of Burgos, Valladolid, Toledo and Seville.

London, Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1846. Engraved frontispiece with tissue guard and nine further engraved plates each with tissue guard. 19 textual wood engravings. Preface. Roy8vo. Green blind tooled cloth, slightly rubbed to extremeties but preserved in non removeable plastic film. Inner hinges cracked but book still firm. £55.00


1987. WHITE (The Rev. Gilbert): The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne and A Garden Kalendar. Edited by R. Bowdler Sharpe, with an introduction to the Garden Kalendar by the Very Reverend S. Reynolds Hold, Dean of Rochester.

London, published by S. T. Freemantle. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Co. 1900. Numerous illustrations by J. G. Keulemans, Herbert Railton and Edmund J. Sullivan. Frontispiece and 49 full page plates. Title page vignette and 36 smaller illustrations. Limited Edition of 208 numbered copies for America. This being number 145. 2 volumes. Thick 8vo. green cloth with the Whites' Coat of Arms in gilt on upper covers, gilt lettering to spine, gilt top edge. Covers a little marked and front inner hinges of both volumes weak. £125.00


5570. WHITTIER (John Greenleaf): The Poetical Works, with Life, Notes and Index. etc.

Edinburgh, W. P. Nimmo, Hay & Mitchell, no date (Ca. late 19thC). Frontispiece portrait with tissue guard. Numerous black and white illustrations throughout. Printed in double columns within a red border to each page. Cr.8vo. original green cloth, upper cover decorated in black and gold, as is the spine. All edges gilt. In very good condition. No inscriptions. £6.00


5355. WHYTE-MELVILLE (G. J.): Riding Recollections.

London, Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. no date. Black and white frontispiece with tissue guard and further full page black and white illustrations by John Charlton. Cr.8vo. original blue cloth a little marked and slightly rubbed on edges. gilt vignette to upper cover. edges untrimmed and a few pages have been carelessly opened causing small tears which have been repaired. 8 pages of publishers adverts at end of book. £12.00


5335. WHYTE-MELVILLE (G. J.). EDWARDS (Lionel): Songs and Verses.

London, Constable and Co. 1924. First Edition. Tipped in coloured frontispiece (small crease to bottom right hand corner) and seven further tipped in coloured plates all by Lionel Edwards. Small 4to. original dark blue cloth with gilt lettering to upper cover and spine. Top and bottom of spine a little rubbed. Edges browned. No dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £45.00


4855. WICKS (Frederick): The Infant.

London, Remington & Co. n.d. (19thC) 25 black and white illustrations by A. Morrow. Cr.8vo. original burgundy cloth, gilt border to upper cover with gilt lettering. Very good condition. No inscriptions. List of Mr. Wick's works and two pages of press opinions at end of book. £50.00


4269. WILDER (F. L.): English Sporting Prints.

London, Thames& Hudson, 1974. First Edition. Introduction and 95 beautiful coloured plates covering all aspects of sport. Large heavy 4to. original cloth with gilt motif on upper cover, fine in fine dustwrapper. £25.00


5546. WILDFOWLER: Dog Breaking. A Practical Treatise on the Training and Management of Shooting Dogs.

London, Burlington Publishing Co. 1909. With a Chapter on 'Points of Sporting Dogs' by Fred Gresham. Black and white frontispiece and 14 full page black and white plates. 4 pages publisher's adverts at end of book. Thin roy8vo. original green cloth, upper cover with gilt box containing title and author. No dustwrapper. Good condition. Ownership initials and date on ffep. £25.00


5703. WILLETT (Wilfred): British Birds.

London, Adam and Charles Black, 1949. Second Edition. Coloured frontispiece and 15 further full page coloured plates and 44 drawings in the text by Roland Green. 8vo. original blue cloth, top of spine very slightly worn. No dustwrapper. School Prize Certificate pasted on front endpaper. £4.00


2847. WILSON (Michael): V & A Cats. with an introduction by Beryl Reid.

London, Victoria and Albert Museum 1989. First Edition. With 30 coloured and 122 black and white illustrations. Double page illustrated title page. Small square 4to. original cloth, vignette illustration to bottom right hand corner of upper cover, fine in fine dustwrapper. Pictorial endpapers. Birthday inscription on ffep. £10.00


5394. WINDER (Blanche). THEAKER (Harry G.): Children's Stories from The Bible

London, Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. n.d. (Third Edition) (1950's) 48 plates in colour by Harry G. Theaker. Contains eighteen stories from the Old Testament and thirteen from the New Testament. Roy8vo. original green cloth, upper cover lettered in black with black borders and picture onlay. Pictured endpapers. Owners name and address on endpaper. Some foxing spots to fore-edge. Overall condition very good. £8.00


5551. WINSTONE (Daphne): Flame.

London, Peter Lunn, 1946 (reprint) Coloured frontispiece , ten full page black and white drawings and numerous drawings in the text all by Lionel Edwards. Pages 11/12 have been repaired. oblong 8vo. original blue cloth, spine and corners rubbed and covers a little marked. No dustwrapper. Gift inscription on ffep dated 1946. £5.00


5669. WISE (John R.): The New Forest. Its History and Its Scenery.

London, Smith Elder and Co. 1863. Vignette title page and 63 illustrations drawn by Walter Crane and Engraved by W. J. Linton. Two maps. Roy8vo. Blue cloth ornately decorated in gilt with gilt vignettes of animals and birds, bevilled edges. Binding very worn at corners and bottom and top of spine. All edges gilt. Inner hinges cracked but holding. Gift inscription dated 1864 on front endpaper and ownership name in ink of ffep. £35.00


1778. WOLDIN (Beth Weiner): Ellie to the Rescue.

New York and London, Frederick Warne 1979. First Edition. full page illustrations by the author. oblong 4to. original cloth very good in poor but repaired dustwrapper. Decorated endpapers £8.00


5553. WOOD (Peter): Thoughts on Beagling.

London, Country Life Ltd. 1938. First Edition. Coloured frontispiece, 12 pencil plates by Ivester Lloyd and 5 photographic plates at end of book. Small 4to. original Brick red cloth in very good condition. No dustwrapper. Gift inscription on ffep. £25.00


1095. WOOD (Rev. Theodore).: Dwellers in the Wood.

London and Edinburgh, T. C. & E. C. Jack. n.d. 3 full page coloured plates and black and white illustrations (one full page one nicely hand coloured by amateur) by F. M. B. Blaikie. Illustrated title page. small4to. original cloth, picture onlay. Spine a little worn. £6.00


4707. WOODFORDE (John): The Truth About Cottages.

London, The Country Book Club, 1970. 50 types of cottage specially drawn by Bertha Stamp. An extremely interesting book showing the different designs of cottages throughout the countryside. 8vo. original green flecked cloth sides with plain green spine, fine in fine dustwrapper. No inscriptions. £5.00


3280. YONGE (Charlotte M.): The Three Brides.

London, Macmillan & Co. 1889. First Edition. Black and white frontispiece with tissue guard, vignette title page and two further full page illustrations by Adrian Stokes. Cr.8vo. Newly rebound in full dark blue cloth, new endpapers. Inscription on verso fly leaf dated 1891. £50.00


1950. YOUNG (Francis Brett): Portrait of a Village. Monk's Norton, Worcs.

London, Wm. Heinemann 1937. First Edition. Frontispiece and other engravings on wood by Joan Hassall. Roy8vo. original dark blue cloth with gilt circle enclosing three gilt pears. Endpapers portraying a 'Cuckoo's-eye View of Monk Norton, Worcs.' Lovely condition. No inscriptions. £10.00

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