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Fine Book Sale

Monday, 18th December

Lot No:  1 (Books)

Feret, C.J., "Fulham Old and New" Three volumes; pub. 1900, Leadenhall Press. (3)

Lot No:  2 (Books)

Whistler (Laurence) & Fuller (Ronald) "The Work of Rex Whistler" pub. 1960 William Clowes & Sons with dust jacket.

Lot No:  3 (Books)

Finnemore, Horace "The Essential Oils"; cloth bound; pub. 1926, Ernest Benn Limited, London.

Lot No:  4 (Books)

Three introductory Festival of Britain pamphlets detailing planning for the event from different British perspectives (England, Scotland and Wales); featuring introduction with handwritten annotations to the London pamphlet. (3)

Lot No:  7 (Books)

Ingram, James DD "Memorials of Oxford" in three volumes; pub. 1837, Henry Parker, Oxford. (3)

Lot No:  9 (Books)

Lambert, Alfred "The Colours of The British Army" Complete, pub. c.1890 Days & Son, London.

Lot No:  10 (Books)

Gilchrist, Alexander "Life of William Blake" in two volumes, cloth bound without dust jacket; pub. 1863, Macmilliam & Co. London. (2)

Lot No:  11 (Books)

Ed. Soper, J.P.H. "London Water Supply" Second Edition, pub. 1899, London together with "History of Tower Bridge" Welch, pub. 1894, London; also five other books and a reproduction London panorama. (7)

Lot No:  12 (Books)

Howard, Montague "Old London Silver" pub. Charles Scribners & sons, New York together with three other similar themed books. (4)

Lot No:  13 (Books)

Major Edwards, T.J. "Standards, Guidons and Colours of the Commonwealth Forces" (pub.1953, Gale & Polden) together with "Air Dates" (pub.1957) and "Home Guard of Britain"; "The Story of The Victoria Cross"; "Military Badge Collecting" and "Irish Battles". (6)

Lot No:  14 (Books)

Pomeroy, Laurence "The Grand Prix Car 1906-1039" First Edition pub. 1949; cloth bound, together with Vol. II Revised edition; both with partial dust jackets; pub. 1954 (2).

Lot No:  15 (Books)

Jones, Owen "The Grammar of Ornament"; pub. 1856 Blackie & son, Glasgow; with 100 plates.

Lot No:  17 (Books)

A 1930's "Postal Map of London and Suburbs" bound edition, with eight panoramic fold out mmaps; pub. Geographia together with "Greater London Plan 1944" By Patrick Abercrombie; pub. 1945. (2)

Lot No:  18 (Books)

Rt. Hon. Viscount Cobham & Sir Henry Trueman Wood Eds. "Report of the Committee on Leather for Bookbinding"; with samples of leather; cloth bound; pub. 1905 George Bell & Sons, London.

Lot No:  19 (Books)

"The Sculpture of Africa" pub. 1958, Thames & Hudson; also five other world art themed books. (6)

Lot No:  20 (Books)

Audsley, George Ashdown & Maurice Ashdown 'The Practical and Ornamentalist..'; pub. 1892 Blackie & Son, Glasgow; with 100 plates.

Lot No:  21 (Books)

"New Survey of London Life and Labour" maps (vol VII, ii and vol. IV, i) together with seven volumes ; pub. 1930-35, P.S. King. & Son.

Lot No:  22 (Books)

"The National Gazetteer: A topographical dictionary of the British Islands" in three volumes with leather spine; pub. late 19th century, London. (3)

Lot No:  23 (Books)

11 books about London including: Law, Earnest "Hampton Court a Short History of the Royal Manor and Palace" pub. 1900, George Bell and Sons, London. (11)

Lot No:  24 (Books)

Signed and limited edition Chesterton, E. Keble "Steamship models"; edition 760/1000; pub. 1924, London.

Lot No:  25 (Books)

De Gray Birch, Walter (signed) "A History of Margam Abbey"; cloth bound and without dust jacket; pub. 1897, London.

Lot No:  26 (Books)

Hansard, George Agar "The Book of Archery"; library binding; pub. 1840, Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, London.

Lot No:  27 (Books)

Mann, John, C. "Meter Stamps of Great Britain and Ireland (EIRE)" Second Edition, self published 1972 also Forster, R.K. "Postmark Collection" (2)

Lot No:  28 (Books)

Linton, W.J. "Masters of Wood-engraving" signed copy, limited edition No. 258/500; cloth bound.

Lot No:  29 (Books)

Dodgson, Campbell "Contemporary English Woodcuts" limited edition 296/500; pub. 1922, Duckworth & Company, London.

Lot No:  30 (Books)

"Verrieres du Choeur de l'eglise Metropolitaine de Tours" Complete with lithographic prints, ribbed leather bound spine; pub. 1849, Paris, Libraire, Place Saint Andre-des-Arts.

Lot No:  31 (Books)

Hodin, J.P. "Barbara Hepworth" pub.1961, Lund Humphries, London (with slip case) together with three other Art and Design books. (4)

Lot No:  32 (Books)

Kipling, L. & King, H.L. Eds. "Head-dress Badges of the British Army" in two volumes; pub. 1978; Frederick Muller Ltd, London. (2)

Lot No:  33 (Books)

Mayhew, H. & Binny, J. "The Criminal Prisons of London"; without panorama; pub. 1862, Charles Griffin and Company, London; together with Gordon, Charles "The Old Bailey and Newgate" (2)

Lot No:  34 (Books)

Thoburn, A. British Mammals" pub. 1920-21, Longmans, Green and co. together with four volumes of "British Birds" pub. 1917-18. (6)

Lot No:  35 (Books)

Holford, Sir William "Piccadilly Circus Future Development- Proposals for Comprehensive Development.. March 1962" pub. London City Council.

Lot No:  36 (Books)

Five London themed books including: "Construction in the City of London" pub. 1944 and "Windmills of Surrey and London" (5)

Lot No:  37 (Books)

Picasso- Verve Special Issue "Suite de 180 Dessins de Picasso 28 Novembre 1953 au Fevrier 1954" volume VIII, No. 29/30,; pub. 1954, distributed by Zwemmer.

Lot No:  38 (Books)

"British and Foreign Medals Relating to Naval and Maritime Affairs" arranged and indexed by the Earl of Sandwich, 2nd edition; pub. 1950, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.

Lot No:  39 (Books)

"Crystal Palace Gide and Souvenir" with 16 colour plates.

Lot No:  40 (Books)

Stanford, Edward "Catalogue of Maps Published by Directorate of Overseas (Geodetic & Topographic) Surveys" incomplete; pub. 1960, directorate of Overseas Surveys.

Lot No:  41 (Books)

Shakespeare, William "William Shakespeare The Complete Works" pub. 1966 Collins, Glasgow.

Lot No:  42 (Books)

Crawford, O.G.S. "Ordnance Survey Professional Papers New Series, No 12 Air-Photography for Archaeologists" pub. 1929, London.

Lot No:  43 (Books)

Holme C. G. & Wainwright, B. S. "Modern Gardens British & Foreign; pub. 1926-7 The Studio, London with two others. (3)

Lot No:  44 (Books)

"View of London" Volume II, full leather binding with ribbed spine; pub. 1708, London: "Printed for John Nicholson at the King's Arms in Little Britain.."

Lot No:  45 (Books)

Kono, Barei "Japanese Studies of Birds" in three volumes; with hand stitched cardboard covers; circa 1900. (3)

Lot No:  46 (Books)

Streeter, Edwin, W. "The Great Diamonds of the World" pub. 1882, George Bell & Sons, London; together with four other books. (5)

Lot No:  47 (Books)

Hulme, F. Edward "Suggestions in Floral design" with 50 plates, colour lithographic prints; leather bound spine; pub. c.1880, Cassell, London.

Lot No:  48 (Books)

Lord Burghley "XIVth Olympiad London 1948" together with four Olympic Games reports and similar publications. (5)

Lot No:  49 (Books)

A Collection of eight books on design, including: Howarth, Thomas "Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Modern Movement" pub. 1952, Glasgow University Press; Jekyll, G. "Old English Household Life" pub. 1925, London. (8)

Lot No:  50 (Books)

DRESSER, Christopher Phd FLS "Studies in Design" Pub. circa 1860 Cassell, Petter and Calpin; London; library binding but with all plates.

Lot No:  51 (Books)

Perrot Georges & Chipiez, Charles "History of Art in Phoenicia..." vols. I & II also "History of Art in Sardinia Judea.." vols. I & II (4)

Lot No:  52 (Books)

Tymms, W.R. "The Art of Illuminating as practised in Europe from Earliest Times"; pub. 1860, Day and Son.

Lot No:  53 (Books)

Cescinsky, Herbert "Chinese Furniture" with 54 collotype plates and ten half tones in a Library binding; pub. 1922, Benn Brothers, London.

Lot No:  54 (Books)

Roth, H.L. "Oriental Silverwork" pub.1910, Truslove & Hanson, Ltd.

Lot No:  55 ()

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Lot No:  56 (Books)

Beardsley, Aubrey "The Uncollected Work of Aubrey Beardsley" (pub. 1925, John Lane, Bodley Head) together with "The Early Work" and "Aubrey Beardsley, The Man and His Work" (3)

Lot No:  57 (Books)

Faulkner, Thomas "History and Antiquities of Kensington.."; quarto; pub. 1820, D. Jaques, Chelsea, London.

Lot No:  59 (Books)

Gulland, W.G. "Chinese Porcerlain" in two volumes; pub. 1902, Chapman & Hall, London also Honey, William Bowyer, on Chinese ceramics; pub. 1944, Faber & faber. (3)

Lot No:  60 (Books)

Captain Wharton, W.J.L. Ed. "Captain Cook's Journal During His First Voyage Round the World Made in H.M. Bark 'Endeavour' 1768-71"; cloth bound; pub. 1893 Elliot Stock, London.

Lot No:  61 (Books)

Sir Frank Warner KBE "The Silk Industry of the United Kingdom its Origin and Development"; cloth cover no dust jacket; pub. 1921 Drane's, London.

Lot No:  62 (Books)

Clarkson, Thomas "Memoirs of the Private and Public life of William Penn" two volumes, pub. 1813; together with two other related books. (4)

Lot No:  63 (Books)

"Flora and Sylva" Ed. Robinson, William; Volumes II & III; pub. 1904, London, Monthly Bound Editions.

Lot No:  64 (Books)

Palliser, Bury "History of Lace" pub. 1902, Charles Scribner, New York together with Kendrick, A.F. "English Embroidery" and Huish, M.B. "Tapestry Embroideries" (3)

Lot No:  65 (Books)

Cookson, Rev. James, "The Grand Imperial Family Bible.."; in two volumes, full leather binding; pub. 1808.

Lot No:  66 (Books)

"The Authentic Map Directory of London and Suburbs" 4th Edition; pub. 1930s Geographia also "The Geography of London River"; "The History of London Street Improvements" also "Disappearing London" (4)

Lot No:  67 (Books)

Nance, K. Morton "Sailing- Ship Model" limited edition 663/1000; pub. 1924, Halton and Truscott Smith ltd, London.

Lot No:  68 (Books)

Of numismatic interest: six editions of Cunobelin from 1963-9 together with Kenyo, R.L "The Gold Coins of England" pub. 1885, London. (7)

Lot No:  69 (Books)

Feret, Charles, James "Fulham Old and New.." three volumes together with another set. (6)

Lot No:  70 (Books)

"Villa & Cottage Architecture" pub. 1869, Blackie & son, London.

Lot No:  71 (Books)

Evans, Powys "Eighty-eight Cartoons" including a pre-WW2 cartoon of Winston Churchill.

Lot No:  72 (Books)

Five books on cameras and photography: "Cameras the facts, How They Work, What they will do, How they compare" pub. 1957, 1960 & 1962.

Lot No:  73 (Books)

Ashbee, C.R. "The Treatises of Benenuto Cellini on Goldsmithing and Sculpture" limited edition 129/600; pub. 1898 together with Morris, William "Some hints on pattern designing" pub. 1899, Kelmscott Press.

Lot No:  74 (Books)

Four books on Theatre and Film including: Le Roux, H. and Garner, J. "Acrobats and Mountebanks"; "Masks, Mimes and Miracles" (4)

Lot No:  75 (Books)

"The Works of William Hogarth from Original Plates.. as restored by James Heath" Pub. circa 1840s Baldwin & Craddock, London; a/f (water damaged).

Lot No:  76 (Books)

Wheeler, Tom "American Guitars" pub. 1982, Harper & Law.

Lot No:  77 (Books)

Grant, Duncan "Living Painters" with original paper cover; pub. 1930, Hogarth Press, London.

Lot No:  78 (Books)

Reilly, D.R. "Portrait Waxes" together with seven other books and on a collecting theme. (8)

Lot No:  79 (Books)

Hon. Fortescue, J.W. "History of the British Army" vols I & II (one signed by "F.R. Campbell 91st Punjabis") together with 17 other military themed books. (19)

Lot No:  80 (Books)

Eight books on London including "The British Fire Mark 1680-1879" (8)

Lot No:  81 (Books)

Stephen, Leslie, Sir "English Thought in the Eighteenth Century" in two volumes; together with three other books. (5)

Lot No:  82 (Books)

14 books on art and artists: "Gaudier-Brezska Drawings" pub. 146 Faber; also with other books on British artists.

Lot No:  83 (Books)

Waghorn, H.T. "Cricket Scores 1730-1773" pub. 1899, William Blackwood and Sons, London also four other cricket related books and four 1950s editions of Wisden. (9)

Lot No:  84 (Books)

"Pablo Picasso les Dejeuners" pub. 1962, Editions Circle d'art Paris; "Henry Moore Shelter Sketch Book" with facsimile signature together with the book "Canadian Painters" (3)

Lot No:  85 (Books)

Holme ed. "Children's Toys of Yesterday" pub. 1932, The Studio, London with four other toy related themed books. (5)

Lot No:  87 (Books)

Roberts, William; three works: "Some early Abstract Cubist Work 1913-1920"; "Paintings 1917-1958" and "Paintings & Drawings". (3)

Lot No:  88 (Books)

"1988 Games Feasibility Study" published by GLC, London.

Lot No:  89 (Books)

Drake, Maurice "A History of English Glass Making" 36 plates; pub. 1912, T. Werner Laurie Ltd. London.

Lot No:  90 (Books)

Morgan, A.L & Naylor, C. ed "Contemporary Designers" pub. 1984, Macmillan; and three other titles on jewellery and glass. (4)

Lot No:  91 ()

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Lot No:  92 (Books)

Scheuring, N. ed. "Toue de Voltaire"; with plates; pub. 1861, Lyon.

Lot No:  93 (Books)

Weaver, Lawrence "English Leadwork.." pub. 1909, London.

Lot No:  94 ()

Mourlot, Fernand "The Original Posters of Braque, Chagall, Dufy, Leger, Matisse, Miro, Picasso" pub. 1959, A. Zwemmer, London.

Lot No:  95 (Books)

Hillier and Fraser, Three Poster Books: Chinese, Russian and Art Deco; pub. c. 1980. (3)

Lot No:  96 ()

No lot.

Lot No:  97 (Books)

Eleven books on London including: Ashbee, C.R. "Trinity Hospital.." pub. 1896, Guild &School of Handicraft, London. (11)

Lot No:  98 (Books)

"The Encyclopaedia of Ancient and Forbidden Knowledge" also ten other similar themed books. (11)

Lot No:  99 (Books)

Mercer & Gaunt ed. six editions of "Modern Publicity" from 1927-28 and 1939-40; pub. The Studio, London.

Lot No:  100 (Books)

"The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam Esq." Vols. I and II (from four volumes); Pub 1900, reprint by E. Thezard and sons; in library bindings.

Lot No:  101 (Books)

Dennys, Joyce and Knox, Edward (Evoe) "A Winter Sports Alphabet" pub. 1926 London.

Lot No:  102 (Books)

Maxwell Baronet "The Works of Sir Wm Stirling" four volumes; pub. 1891, together with 8 others books on art themes. (12)

Lot No:  103 (Books)

Passmore, Victor; signed in pencil; 1990 exhibition catalogue; pub. Marlborough Graphics.

Lot No:  104 (Books)

Five books on musical instruments including: Chapuis "Histoire de la Boite a Musique" and Cockayne, Eric, V. "The Fairground Organ" (5)

Lot No:  105 (Books)

A collection of seven International Ancient History and Art as well as general reference books including: Perrot, George and Chipiez, Charles "History of Art in Persia" and "The Shorter Encyclopaedia of Islam". (7)

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