Back to catalogue

Books & Ephemera

This sale is on public view on Friday 24 September 9-12noon & Tuesday 28 September 10am-3pm, or otherwise by appointment in the week of the sale. Bidding on the sale is available by attending in the room on the day, by commission bidding, or by live bidding via www.thesaleroom.com

 

Location: The Waveney Room
Date: 30th September 2021
Starts: 11:00 am

Lots in auction: 405
Online deadline: 30th September 2021, 10:30 am
Contact: Robert Henshilwood

Print this catalogue

Lot 4001 – Sale Price: £90.00 (zero)

George Orwell [i.e. Eric Arthur Blair]: 'Animal Farm', New York, Harcourt & Brace, 1946, 1st US edition, stated ''first American edition'' to copyright page, original black cloth gilt, dust wrapper

Lot 4002 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

Arthur C. Clarke: '2001 a Space Odyssey', London, Hutchinson, 1968, 1st edition, based on the screenplay by Clarke & Stanley Kubrick, original cloth, dust wrapper, plus Alan Dean Foster: 'Alien', London, Macdonald, 1979, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, plus Patrick Moore: 'Survey of the Moon', London, E & S, 1963, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (3)

Lot 4003 – Sale Price: £45.00 (zero)

John Wyndham: 'Chocky', London, Michael Joseph, 1968, 1st edition, plus 2 others a/f, 'The Day of the Triffids', 1958, 3rd impression, lacks FFEP, orig. cloth, dust wrapper, and 'Jizzle', 1954, 1st edition, ex library, dust wrapper laminated to boards (3)

Lot 4004 – Sale Price: £270.00 (zero)

Truman Capote: 'Breakfast at Tiffany's', London, Hamish Hamilton, 1958, 1st UK edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (VGC, price intact)

Lot 4005 – Sale Price: £75.00 (zero)

Muriel Spark, 3 titles: 'The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie', London, Macmillan, 1961, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'The Girls of Slender Means', London, Macmillan, 1963, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'The Ballad of Peckham Rye', a/f, 1960, 1st edition, ex lib, lacks FFEP, d/w laminated to boards (3)

Lot 4006 – Sale Price: £260.00 (zero)

Graham Greene, 4 titles: 'Brighton Rock', London, William Heinemann, 1938, 1st edition, original cloth gilt slightly bumped/worn, 'The Ministry of Fear', London, William Heinemann, 1943, 1st edition, original cloth, 'The Quiet American', London, Heinemann, 1955, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'The Comedians', London, Bodley Head, 1966, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (4)

Lot 4007 – Sale Price: £260.00 (zero)

Ian Fleming, 3 titles: 'The Man With The Golden Gun', London, Cape, 1965, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service', London, Cape, 1963, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, 'You Only Live Twice', London, Cape, 1964, 1st edition, original cloth gilt and silver, dust wrapper, plus John Gardner: 'Licence Renewed', 1981, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, Robert Markham: 'Colonel Sun', Cape, 1968, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, Sebastian Faulks: 'Devil May Care', 2008, 1st edition, original paper covered boards, dust wrapper (6)

Lot 4008 – Sale Price: £480.00 (zero)

Ian Fleming, five James Bond first editions, all published London, Jonathan Cape, all in dust wrappers: 'Thunderball', 1961, original dark brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt, skeletal hand motif on front cover blocked in blind, dust wrapper slightly edge worn, couple of closed tears, publishers 16s 0d price to inside front flap, 'The Man with the Golden Gun', 1965, original cloth lettered in gilt to spine, dust wrapper by Richard Chopping VGC, a clean and crisp example with price intact, 'You Only Live Twice', 1964, original cloth lettered in silver to spine and with Japanese characters in gilt to upper board, dust wrapper slightly edge worn with a couple of nicks, else generally VGC with price intact, 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service', 1963, original cloth lettered in gilt to spine, ski track decoration to upper board in white, dust wrapper with one or two small closed tears, price clipped, else generally VGC, 'Octopussy and The Living Daylights', 1966, original cloth lettered in gilt to spine and upper board, dust wrapper generally VGC with price intact (5)

Lot 4009 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

John le Carre, 7 titles: 'A Perfect Spy', London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1986, 1st edition, signed by author in blue ink to title page, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Smiley's People', London, H & S, 1980, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Our Game', London, H & S, 1995, 2nd impression, signed by author to title page, original cloth, dust wrapper, plus another 1995 2nd impression copy of same work, this unsigned, 'The Russia House', London, H & S, 1989, 1st edition, orig. cloth, d/w, 'The Night Manager', London, H & S, 1993, 1st edition, orig. cloth, d/w, plus paperback of 'Single & Single' (7)

Lot 4010 – Sale Price: £250.00 (zero)

John le Carre, four first editions, all in original cloth, all in dust wrappers: 'A Small Town in Germany', London, Heinemann, 1968, 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy', London, H & S, 1974, 'The Honourable Schoolboy', London, H & S, 1977, 'Smiley's People', London, H & S, 1980 (4)

Lot 4011 – Sale Price: £75.00 (zero)

Ian Fleming, three titles: 'Octopussy and the Living Daylights,' London, Cape, 1966, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, 'Goldfinger,' 1959, Book Club Edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, plus a Pan paperback 1961 1st edition of 'Goldfinger' (3)

Lot 4012 – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

Roy Harley Lewis: 'A Cracking of Spines', New York, St Martin's Press, 1981, 1st US edition, signed and inscribed to FFEP, plus Autograph Letter Signed loosely inserted, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper ($10.95 price intact). The author's first novel, a biblio-mystery centering around an antiquarian book theft

Lot 4013 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

Georges Simenon: 'Aunt Jeanne', Kegan Paul, 1953, 1st UK edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, with the scarce original ''Daily Mail Book of the Month'' wrap around band

Lot 4014 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

Agatha Christie, 6 titles, including Collins Crime Club 1st editions of 'Crooked House', 1949, 'A Murder is Announced', 1950, 'They Came to Baghdad', 1951, all in worn dust wrappers with closed tears/part losses, plus 'Passenger to Frankfurt', 1970 1st in wrapper & 2 others (6)

Lot 4015 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

J.D. Salinger, 3 titles: 'The Catcher in the Rye', London, Hamish Hamilton, 1951, 1st UK edition, WH Smith's subscription library label to front pastedown, original cloth titled in silver to spine, 'Franny & Zooey', London, Heinemann, 1962, 1st UK edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour an Introduction', New York, Little, Brown & Co, copyright dates of 1955 & 1959, [but this published 1963 and the first edition in book form], original cloth, dust wrapper, plus Ernest Hemingway: 'A Moveable Feast', London, Cape, 1964, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (4)

Lot 4017 – Sale Price: £460.00 (zero)

Richard Bachman [i.e. Stephen King]: 'Roadwork', New York, Signet, 1981, 1st edition, stated ''First Printing, March, 1981'', with complete number line down to 1, original pictorial card wraps. King's third novel published under the pseudonym Richard Bachman, a psychological thriller, his ninth novel overall. Very scarce

Lot 4018 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

Stephen King, 3 titles: 'Cycle of the Werewolf', New English Library, 1985, 1st UK edition, original pictorial wraps; 'IT', London, H & S, 1986, 1st UK edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'The Tommyknockers', London, H & S, 1988, 1st UK edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (3)

Lot 4019 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

'Hammer Film Productions. A Golden Jubilee Souvenir Issue', supplement to 'The Cinema', September 1957, central 12pp section, 'Hammer's Jubilee Group', in full colour showcasing classic titles, including Quatermass II, The Abominable Snowman, The Curse of Frankenstein, The Camp on Blood Island, Dracula and The Blood of Frankenstein, 53pp brochure, original paper wraps, with front cut-out, as issued

Lot 4020 – Sale Price: £45.00 (zero)

William S. Burroughs: 'Nova Express', London, Jonathan Cape, 1966, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (VGC, price intact)

Lot 4021 – Sale Price: £210.00 (zero)

A collection of twenty nine titles relating to Sigmund Freud, psychoanalysis, Bloomsbury Group, Hogarth Press etc., including Ernest Jones: 'Sigmund Freud Life and Work', 3 volumes, Irving Stone: 'The Passions of the Mind A Novel of Sigmund Freud', NY, Doubleday, 1971, limited edition, signed by author & numbered (33/500), original cloth, slipcase, Roger Fry: 'The Artist and Psycho-Analysis', Hogarth Press, 1924, 1st edition, Hogarth Essays No.2, original pictorial wraps, four others published by 'The Hogarth Press and the Institute for Psycho-Analysis', in green cloth gilt, Ralph Steadman: 'Sigmund Freud', London, Paddington Press, 1979, 1st edition, signed & inscribed by Steadman, etc etc (29)

Lot 4022 – Sale Price: £500.00 (zero)

A collection of works on Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Bloomsbury Group, Vanessa Bell, Hogarth Press etc, including biography, works of, 'Orlando', 3rd impression, ownership signature of Allen Freer, collector and artist, etc (approx 40 titles)

Lot 4022A – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

Walter Mosley, twenty titles, of which sixteen signed, comprising ten 'Easy Rawlins' detective novels, various UK & US 1st editions, six signed, and ten other various detective novels, all of which signed UK editions published by Serpent's Tail, all original pictorial wraps/original cloth, dust wrapper (20). Provenance Ian Latter

Lot 4023 – Sale Price: £380.00 (zero)

A collection of 24 Henry Williamson novels etc, including: 'The Beautiful Years, A Tale of Childhood', London, Collins, 1921, 1st edition, one of 750 copies printed, authors first book, [4]pp adverts at end, original cloth (generally VGC), publishers review copy; a complete set of 13 1st editions of 'A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight' series titles, all published London, Macdonald, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers, comprising: 'The Dark Lantern', 1951, (dust wrapper unclipped), 'Donkey Boy', 1952, (d/w unclipped), 'Young Phillip Maddison', 1953, (d/w price clipped), 'How Dear is Life', 1954, (d/w unclipped), 'A Fox Under My Cloak', 1955, (d/w unclipped), 'The Golden Virgin', 1957, (d/w unclipped), 'Love and the Loveless', 1958, (d/w unclipped), 'A Test to Destruction', 1960, (d/w unclipped), 'The Innocent Moon', 1961, (d/w unclipped), 'It Was the Nightingale', 1962, (d/w clipped), 'The Power of the Dead', 1963, (d/w clipped), 'The Phoenix Generation', 1965, (d/w unclipped), 'A Solitary War', 1966, (d/w unclipped), 'Lucifer Before Sunrise', 1967, (d/w unclipped), 'The Gale of the World', 1969, (d/w unclipped), all generally VGC/VGC+ in VGC/VGC+ wrappers; 'Stumberleap', Putnam, [1926], 1st edition, original pictorial wraps; 'The Linhay on the Downs', Cape, 1934, 1st edition, original cloth, d/w, 'Goodbye West Country', 1937, 1st edition, original cloth, d/w (priced 5s), 'The Children of Shallowford', 1939, 1st edition, original cloth, d/w; plus 6 others; plus Henry WIlliamson: 'Green Fields and Pavements. A Norfolk Farmer in Wartime', Longstanton, The Henry Williamson Society, 1995, limited edition, one of 50 numbered copies only (this copy number 41), and signed Loetitia Williamson and the five Shallowford Children, portrait frontis + illustrations as called for, original quarter morocco gilt by Brignell, Cambridge, all edges gilt, slipcase. Collects forty-eight essays by Williamson written for The Eastern Daily Press between 1941 and 1944. It is effectively, therefore, a continuation of the story of the Norfolk farm; together with a reprint copy of 'Norfolk Life', by Lilias Rider Haggard & Henry Williamson, original cloth gilt (26)

Lot 4024 – Sale Price: £38.00 (zero)

Howard Jacobson: 'Kalooki Nights', 2006, 1st edition; Eimear McBride: 'The Lesser Bohemians', 2016, 1st edition; Philip Roth, 3 titles: 'The Great American Novel', NY, Holt Rinehart Winston, 1973, 1st edition, 'American Pastoral', 1997, 1st edition, 'Operation Shylock', 1993, 1st edition; Andrew Sinclair: 'The Facts in the Case of E.A. Poe', 1979, 1st edition; Anthony Burgess: 'Napoleon Symphony', 1974, 1st edition; Joseph Heller: 'Good as Gold', 1979, 1st edition; Gore Vidal: Lincoln', 1984, 1st edition; Frances Parkinson Keyes: 'The Chess Players', 1961, 1st edition; Evelyn Waugh: 'Helena', 1950, 1st edition; Carlos Ruiz Zafon: The Angel's Game', 2009, 1st edition; Roald Dahl: 'Two Fables', 1986, 1st edition; Ardashir Vakil: 'Beach Boy', 1997, 1st edition, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers (14)

Lot 4025 – Sale Price: £42.00 (zero)

Candia McWIlliams: 'A Case of Knives', 1988, 1st edition; Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, 2 titles: 'The Householder', 1960, 1st edition, 'An Experience of India', 1971, 1st edition; Erica Jong: 'Fear of Flying', 1973, 1st edition; Sarah Vaughan: 'Anatomy of a Scandal', 2018, 1st edition; Marian Keyes: 'Grown Ups', 2001, 1st edition; Helen Oyayemi: 'The Icarus Girl', 2005, 1st edition; Angela Carter: 'Burning Your Boats', 1996, 1st edition; Marina Warner: 'In a Dark Wood', 1977, 1st edition; Helen Dunmore, 2 titles: 'Zennor in Darkness', 1993, 1st edition, 'Mourning Ruby', 2003, 1st edition; Kate Mosse: 'The Mistletoe Bride', 2013, 1st edition, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers, plus Kate Mosse: 'The Winter Ghosts', 2009, 1st edition, original cloth, with wraparound bound signed by author (13)

Lot 4026 – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

Anthony Powell: 'O, How the Wheel Becomes It!', 1983, 1st edition, Michael Holroyd's copy with his pencil notes on rear EP/pastedown; Angus Wilson: 'Setting The World On Fire', 1980, 1st edition; Gordon Burn: 'Fullalove', 1995, 1st edition; Mark Burnell: 'Freak', 1994, 1st edition; John Green: 'The Fault in our Stars', 2012, 1st edition; Graham Greene: 'The Comedians', 1966, 1st edition; Robert Edric, 2 titles: 'The Kingdom of Ashes', 2007, 1st edition, 'Mercury Falling', 2018, 1st edition; Graham Swift: 'Waterland', 1983, 1st edition, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers (9)

Lot 4027 – Sale Price: £38.00 (zero)

Harlan Coben: 'No Second Chance', 2003, 1st edition, signed; Jeffery Deaver: 'The Blue Nowhere', 2001, 1st edition, signed; Vena Cork: 'Thorn', 2004, 1st edition, signed and dated; Marianne MacDonald: 'Blood Lies', 2001, 1st edition; Joel Dicker: 'The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair', 2014, 1st edition; C.J. Sansom, 2 titles: 'Dominion', 2012, 1st edition, 'Tombland', 2018, 1st edition, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers (7)

Lot 4028 – Sale Price: £550.00 (zero)

Winston Spencer Churchill: 'My Early Life, A Roving Commission', Odhams Press postwar reprint, signed by Winston Churchill on half title, original red cloth, lettered in gilt to spine and with Churchill's signature reproduced in gilt to top board, all edges stained red, in the standard Odhams Press dust wrapper, this with one or two small closed tears and very slight wear to corners/head & foot of spine, else generally VGC with 15s price intact. A signed copy of what is considered by some to be Churchill's best book and one of the outstanding works of the 20th Century, signed by Winston Spencer Churchill (1874-1965), widely attributed by historians as being the greatest statesman of the 20th Century

Lot 4029 – Sale Price: £90.00 (zero)

Ian Fleming: 'The Man with the Golden Gun', London, Jonathan Cape, 1965, 1st edition, original cloth gilt (VGC), dust wrapper (18s price intact)

Lot 4030 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

H.G. Wells: 'The New World Order', London, Secker & Warburg, 1940, 1st edition, original cloth, top page edge stained red as issued

Lot 4031 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

Franz Kafka, 3 titles: 'In The Penal Settlement', 1949, 1st UK edition, 'The Trial', 1950, 'The Castle', 1947, 4th edition, all published London, Secker & Warburg, first 2 titles ''Definitive Edition'', all signed by James Stern, translator of Kafka's letters, to FFEP, all original cloth gilt, dust wrappers (3)

Lot 4032 – Sale Price: £25.00 (zero)

Evelyn Waugh, 6 titles: 'Officers & Gentlemen', C & H, 1955, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold', C & H, 1957, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Men at Arms', C & H, 1952, 1st edition, 'The Loved One', C & H, 1948, 3rd impression, original cloth, 'When the Going was Good', Duckworth, 1946, 1st edition, original cloth (worn), 'A Little Learning', C & H, 1964, 1st edition, orig. cloth, dust wrapper (6)

Lot 4033 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

Louis de Bernieres, 8 titles: 'Gunter Weber's Confession', Tartarus Press, 2001, limited edition (56/100), signed, original wraps, 'Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World', 2001, 1st edition, signed, original wraps, 'The Book of Light', 1998, 1st edition, signed, original wraps, 'The Grown-Ups' Book of Books', 1999, 1st edition, signed, original wraps, 'Captain Corelli's Mandolin', signed 1999 paperback edition, 'Does the Sun Rise over Dagenham?', 1998, 1st UK edition, original wraps, 'Captain Corelli's Island - Cephallonia', 1999, 1st edition, original boards, dust wrapper, 'Birds Without Wings', 2004, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (8)

Lot 4034 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

Louis de Bernieres, 9 titles: 'A Walberswick Goodnight Story', Tartarus, 2006, limited edition (146/200), signed, original wraps, 'Gunter Weber's Confession', Tartarus, 2001, limited edition (155/300), numbered, original wraps, 'Does the Sun Rise over Dagenham?', 1998, 1st UK edition, signed, original wraps, 'The Book of Stars', 1997, 1st edition, signed, original wraps, 'Red Dog', 2001, 1st edition, signed and inscribed, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Captain Corelli's Mandolin', 1999 signed paperback edition, 'Labels', limited edition (2000), signed and numbered, original wraps, wrap around band, 'Notwithstanding', 2009, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, plus one other (9)

Lot 4035 – Sale Price: £50.00 (zero)

John le Carre, a collection of modern first editions etc, including 'The Mission Song', 2007, paperback, signed to title page, worn, 'Smiley's People', Hodder, 1980, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (some wear, creases/closed tears top edge), plus another copy of same title, 1980, 2nd impression in dust wrapper, 'A Perfect Spy', H & S, 1986, 1st in wrapper, 'The Tailor of Panama', H & S, 1996, 1st in wrapper, 'Absolute Friends', H & S, 2004, 1st in wrapper, 'The Mission Song', H & S, 2006, 1st in wrapper, 'A Most Wanted Man', H & S, 2008, 1st in wrapper, plus 3 others (12)

Lot 4036 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

Fergus Hume: 'When I Lived in Bohemia', Bristol, Arrowsmith, [1892], 1st edition, 1st issue, original pictorial cloth gilt

Lot 4037 – Sale Price: £42.00 (zero)

Edward Lyndoe: 'The Sealed Book of Power', London, 1942, 1st edition, original cloth (worn/soiled), dust wrapper (designed by John Buckland-Wright), plus 3 others esoteric, astrology, spiritualist etc (4)

Lot 4038 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

Dirk Bogarde, five UK 1st editions, including 'Snakes & Ladders', 1978, 'West of Sunset', 1984, 'A Short Walk from Harrods', 1993, etc, plus J. Coldstream: 'Dirk Bogarde the authorised biography', 2004, 1st edition, plus one other, all original cloth, dust wrappers (7)

Lot 4039 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

Lisa Jewell: 'The Family Upstairs', 2019, 1st edition, Dolores Gordon-Smith, 2 titles: 'Mad About the Boy?', 2008, 1st edition, signed and inscribed and dated, 'A Fete Worse than Death', 2007, signed and inscribed and dated; Gwendoline Butler: 'Coffin's Ghost', 1999, 1st edition, signed; Nora Kelly: 'Bad Chemistry', 1993, 1st edition, signed; Jane Adams: 'The Angel Gateway', 2009, 1st edition, signed; Patrick Redmond: 'The Wishing Game', 1999, 1st edition, signed; Peter Robinson: 'All the Colours of Darkness', 2008, 1st edition, signed, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers (8)

Lot 4040 – Sale Price: £15.00 (zero)

Andrea Badenoch: 'Mortal', 1998, 1st edition, signed; Reginald Hill, 3 titles: 'Born Guilty', 1995, 1st edition, 'Killing the Lawyers', 1997, 1st edition, 'Arms and the Women', 2000, 1st edition, signed; Robert Goddard, 4 titles: 'Blood Count', 2011, 1st edition, signed, 'Found Wanting', 2008, 1st edition, 'Never Go Back', 2006, 1st edition, 'Set in Stone', 1999, 1st edition, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers (8)

Lot 4041 – Sale Price: £15.00 (zero)

Sean O'Faolain: 'Foreign Affairs', Constable, 1976, 1st edition; Elizabeth Bowen: 'The Heat of the Day', 1949, 1st edition; Francoise Sagan: 'Bonjour Tristesse', Murray, 1955, 1st UK edition; Lawrence Durrell, 3 titles: 'Sauve Qui Peut', 1966, 1st edition, 'Esprit de Corps', 1957, 1st edition, 'Stiff Upper Lip', 1958, 1st edition; Kingsley Amis: 'One Fat Englishman', 1963, 1st edition; Michael Houellebecq: 'Submission', 2015, 1st edition, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers, plus Andrey Kurkov: 'The Good Angel of Death', 2009, 1st edition, signed, original wraps; Jonathan Coe: 'Number 11', 2015, 1st edition, signed, original pictorial boards (10)

Lot 4042 – Sale Price: £15.00 (zero)

William Wharton: 'Birdy', Cape, 1975, 1st edition; Gun Buster: 'Battle Dress', H & S, 1941, 1st edition; James Webb: 'Fields of Fire', Prentice Hall, 1978, 1st US edition; Aly Monroe, 3 titles: 'Black Bear', 2013, 1st edition, 'Washington Shadow', 2009, 1st edition, signed, 'Icelight', 2011, 1st edition; Andrew Williams: 'The Interrogator', 2009, 1st edition, signed, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers (7)

Lot 4043 – Sale Price: £700.00 (zero)

George MacDonald Fraser: '[The Flashman Papers]', 12 volumes, 1969-2005, 1st editions, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers, all wrappers with price intact, 'Royal Flash' cloth fine/wrapper VGC, else all generally cloth & wrappers near fine/near fine, majority fine/fine, plus 'Black Ajax', 1997, 1st, (wrapper price clipped), and 'The Reavers', 2007, 1st (14)

Lot 4044 – Sale Price: £320.00 (zero)

Modern first editions etc., modern fiction, a collection of 31 assorted titles, all signed, including Lawrence Durrell: 'Quinx', London, Faber, 1985, 1st edition, signed & inscribed FFEP, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (near fine/near fine); Saul Bellow: 'The Dean's December', NY, Harper & Row, 1982, limited edition signed by author and numbered (381/500), orig.cloth gilt, slipcase; Joseph Heller: 'Closing Time', London, Simon & Schuster, 1994, 1st UK edition, signed FFEP, orig. cloth, d/w; Peter Carey, 2 titles: 'True History of the Kelly Gang', L, Faber, 2001, 1st UK edition, signed to title page, orig. cloth, d/w (spine faded), 'The Chemistry of Tears', 2012, 1st edition, signed to title page, orig. cloth, d/w; plus others including Zadie Smith, Vikram Seth, William Boyd, Gunter Grass, Julian Barnes, Peter Ackroyd, Dick Francis, Paul Gallico, etc. etc. (all signed by author) (31)

Lot 4045 – Sale Price: £550.00 (zero)

Ian Fleming, collection of sixteen titles, including 'You Only Live Twice', 2 copies, both Cape, 1964, 1st editions in original cloth, dust wrappers, 'The Man with the Golden Gun', 2 copies, both Cape, 1965, 1st editions in original cloth, one in dust wrapper, 'Goldfinger', Cape, 1959, 1st edition, WH Smith subscription library label to front pastedown, original black cloth slightly worn, skull design blindstamped to front cover with gilt coins in the eye sockets, spine lettered in gilt, 'Thunderball', Cape, 1961, 1st edition, original dark brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt, skeletal hand motif on front cover blocked in blind, 'The Spy Who Loved Me', Cape, 1962, 1st edition, original cloth worn, spine lettered in silver, dagger design to front cover blind stamped with silver, red endpapers, 'From Russia With Love', Cape, 1957, 2nd impression, original black cloth worn, Boots book label removed from front cover, titles to spine and revolver and rose motif to front cover in metallic red and silver, 'Diamonds are Forever', Cape, 1959, 3rd impression, original black cloth, spine lettered in silver, blindstamped diamond lattice pattern and silver diamond motif to front cover, dust wrapper, 'Casino Royale', a/f, 1962 reprint, lacks FFEP and lower half of title page, ex library, dust wrapper laminated to boards, plus book club editions in dust wrappers of 'For Your Eyes Only', 'The Spy Who Loved Me', 'The Man with the Golden Gun', 'From Russia With Love', 'Goldfinger' & 'Dr. No' (16)

Lot 4046 – Sale Price: £300.00 (zero)

A collection of 40+ modern first editions etc, including George Orwell [i.e. Eric Arthur Blair]: 'The Road to Wigan Pier', London, Victor Gollancz, 1937, 1st edition, 'Left Book Club Edition not for sale to the general public', original limp orange cloth covers, plus others Henry Miller, Ernest Hemingway, Anthony Burgess, H.G. Wells, Ian McEwan, Orson Welles, Dylan Thomas, Philip Roth, J.G. Ballard, Norman Mailer, Stephen King, John le Carre, Len Deighton etc.

Lot 4047 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

Nikolay Gogol: 'Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka', London, Chatto & Windus, 1926, 1st UK edition, original cloth, plus two UK 1959 2nd impressions of 'Lolita', by Vladimir Nabokov, and five others Vladimir Nabokov (8)

Lot 4048 – Sale Price: £600.00 (zero)

A collection of nine titles by and relating to the English experimental novelist and poet B.S. Johnson, including 'Aren't You Rather Young to be Writing Your Memoirs?', Hutchinson, 1973, 1st edition, signed & inscribed to his close friend Barry Cole, Poet, ''B.S. Johnson for Barry who might one day feign to fill his name in B.S. Johnson - 10/10/73'', the date barely a month before Johnson took his own life, original card wraps, dust wrapper, 'Travelling People', Constable, 1963, 1st edition, stated as Barry Cole's copy to title page, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (with part loss), 'You Always Remember the First Time', Quartet, 1975, 1st edition, ownership signature of Barry Cole to FFEP, plus his signed bookplate loosely inserted, original cloth, dust wrapper, plus Eva Figes, 2 titles: 'Konek Landing', Faber, 1969, 1st edition, ownership signature of B.S. Johnson to FFEP, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'B', Faber, 1972, 1st edition, signed in pencil by B.S. Johnson to FFEP and with his annotations in pencil, further signed in initials by Barry Cole and with note in his hand to FFEP, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'The Making of Verse', 1950, reprint, signed ''Bryan Johnson 15/10/1953'' to FFEP, 'An Anthology of Invective and Abuse', 1930, 2nd impression, Bryan Johnson ownership sig. in pencil to FFEP, 'B.S. Johnson Omnibus', 2004 paperback, signed and inscribed ''For Barry & Rita [Cole] with love from Virginia [wife of B.S. Johnson] to FFEP, 1st collected edition, Jonathan Coe: 'Like a Fiery Elephant the Story of B.S. Johnson', 2004, 1st edition, signed and inscribed by author to Barry Cole (9)

Lot 4049 – Sale Price: £42.00 (zero)

Eleven modern first editions, comprising Colin Thubron: 'Mirror to Damascus', London, Heinemann, 1967, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper; Rex Stout: 'The Broken Vase', Collins Crime Club, 1942, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (worn); Aldous Huxley: 'The Genius and the Goddess', London, Chatto & Windus, 1955, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Ian Fleming Introduces Jamaica', New York, Hawthorn Books, 1965, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (VGC/VGC); Philip Roth: 'Portnoy's Complaint', London, Jonathan Cape, 1969, 1st UK edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, Roth's fourth and most controversial novel, plus 6 others (11)

Lot 4051 – Sale Price: £190.00 (zero)

George Bernard Shaw: 'Saint Joan A Chronicle and The Apple Cart A Political Extravaganza', London, Constable, 1938 reprint, signed & inscribed to half title, ''Inscribed to Hugh Westoby G. Bernard Shaw 2nd Feb. 1940'', small contemporary relevant cutting attached to title page, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (slightly worn/toned, neat internal tape repair, remnants of small external tape repair), plus W. Somerset Maugham: 'Liza of Lambeth', London, Heinemann, 1947, ''Jubilee Edition'', signed by author and numbered (228/1000), original quarter vellum, dust wrapper (2)

Lot 4052 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

John Lennon: 'Skywriting by Word of Mouth and other writings, including The Ballad of John and Yoko', New York, Harper & Row, 1986, 1st edition, signed & inscribed by Yoko Ono to FFEP, ''To Daniel, love (from both of us!) yoko NYC '86 Oct.'', original cloth silvered, dust wrapper (near fine/near fine)

Lot 4053 – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

Henry Cecil, nine 1st editions plus one reprint: 'Not Such an Ass', 1961, 1st edition, signed, original cloth, dust wrapper by Edward Ardizzone, 'Natural Causes', 1953, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'A Matter of Speculation', 1965, 1st edition, signed and inscribed, 'Ways & Means', 1960 reprint, all others first editions (10)

Lot 4054 – Sale Price: £180.00 (zero)

Ten books and autobiographies relating to politics and government, all signed, including Henry Kissinger: 'Years of Upheaval', 1982, 2nd printing, signed & inscribed to title page; Kermit Roosevelt: 'The Long Trail', NY, 1921, ''Autographed Edition'', signed & with mounted portrait cutting to autograph page, original quarter cloth, original card box; Ferdinand E. Marcos: 'The Democratic Revolution in the Philippines', Prentice Hall, 1974, signed by Ferdinand Marcos to FFEP, plus envelope containing original invitation, program and menu for a Dinner at Malacanan Palace, 31st January 1975, loosely inserted, orig. cloth, dust wrapper; Robert S. McNamara: 'The Essence of Security', 1968, 1st edition, signed and inscribed to FFEP; James G. McDonald: 'My Mission in Israel 1948-51', 1951, 5th printing, signed and inscribed FFEP; plus others Al Gore, Mario M. Cuomo, Condoleeza Rice, Nancy Reagan, and 'Theodore Rex' signed by author Emund Morris (10)

Lot 4055 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

Laura Riding: 'Laura and Francisca. A Poem.', Deya (Majorca), Seizin Press, 1931, limited edition, (200), signed by author and marked out of series in her hand, printed by Robert Graves and Laura Riding at their Seizin Press, Deya, Majorca, 1931, 4to, original linen backed pictorial paper covered boards by Len Lye

Lot 4056 – Sale Price: £700.00 (zero)

A collection of plays, twenty nine titles, many signed, including Alan Ayckbourn: 'Three Plays - Absurd Person Singular - Absent Friends - Bedroom Farce', London, Chatto & Windus, 1977, 1st edition, signed signed to FFEP, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (VGC/VGC); Robert Anderson: 'Tea and Sympathy', New York, Random House, 1953, 1st edition, signed to half title, orig. cloth gilt, mounted illustration to upper cover, dust wrapper; Jean-Paul Sartre: 'Five Plays', illustrated Robert Borja, Franklin Mint, 1978, limited edition signed by author to 2nd blank, original decorative leather gilt, all edges gilt; Arnold Bennett: 'Don Juan de Marana', London, privately printed for subscribers only by T. Werner Laurie, 1923, limited edition signed & numbered (398/1000), orig. paper covered boards; Edward Albee, 3 titles: 'Tiny Alice', NY, Atheneum, 1965, 1st edition, signed to title page, 'Counting the Ways and Listening', NY, Athenuem, 1977, 1st edition, signed & inscribed to title, 'The Lady from Dubuque', NY, Athenuem, 1980, 1st edition, signed and inscribed to title, all original cloth, all in dust wrappers; Arthur Miller: 'The Price', 1968 Penguin Paperback, signed to title page; plus others signed including John Osborne, John Updike, Tom Stoppard, John Drinkwater, Louis de Bernieres, Alan Bennett, Wendy Cope, Don Delillo, Ronald Duncan, Arnold Wesker, etc etc (29)

Lot 4057 – Sale Price: £90.00 (zero)

Ray Bradbury: 'The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit', London, Hart-Davis, 1973, 1st edition signed & inscribed to FFEP, ''James! Ray Bradbury Oct. 22 1976'', original yellow cloth, dust wrapper (fine/fine)

Lot 4058 – Sale Price: £210.00 (zero)

Noel Coward, five signed titles: 'Tonight at 8.30', New York, Doubleday, Doran & Co, 1936, 1st edition, signed to FFEP, original red and black cloth gilt, housed in custom made half crimson morocco gilt clamshell box, 'Present Indicative', London, William Heinemann, 1951 reprint, signed & inscribed to FFEP, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, 'The Collected Short Stories of Noel Coward', London, William Heinemann, 1962, 1st edition, signed & inscribed to FFEP, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, 'The Queen was in the Parlour', Ernest Benn, 1932, 3rd impression, signed to FFEP, original printed wraps, 'Suite in Three Keys', London, Heinemann, 1966, 1st edition, signed & inscribed FFEP, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (5)

Lot 4059 – Sale Price: £300.00 (zero)

T.S. Eliot: 'The Cocktail Party', New York, Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1950, 1st US edition, signed to title page, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper ($3.00 price intact); plus Tennessee Williams: 'Three Plays of Tennessee Williams - The Rose Tattoo - Camino Real - Sweet Bird of Youth', NY, New Directions, 1964, signed to FFEP, original cloth, dust wrapper; plus Sandy Wilson: 'The Boy Friend', London, Deutsch, 1955, 1st edition, signed & inscribed to FFEP, original cloth, dust wrapper (slightly worn/toned) (3)

Lot 4060 – Sale Price: £190.00 (zero)

J.M. Barrie, 2 titles: 'Mary Rose A Play in Three Acts', London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1924, 1st edition, signed and inscribed ''Yours Sincerely J.M. Barrie'' on the title page, original cloth, dust wrapper (worn), 'Quality Street A Comedy', London, H & S, 1918, inscribed and signed in initials by Barrie to one of his actresses on FFEP, ''Irenie Russell from J.M.B. Christmas 1918'', original cloth, dust wrapper (worn) (2)

Lot 4061 – Sale Price: £35.00 (zero)

'The Childs Picture Book of Domestic Animals', London, George Routledge, [1869], 12 coloured plates as called for, oblong 4to, original cloth gilt

Lot 4062 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

Roald Dahl: 'James and the Giant Peach', illustrated Michel Simeon, London, George Allen, 1967, 1st edition, black and white illustrations (including several full page) as called for, original pictorial boards, foot of spine bumped/worn, some small losses of original laminate as usual

Lot 4063 – Sale Price: £550.00 (zero)

J.R.R. Tolkien, 2 titles: 'The Hobbit', London George Allen & Unwin, 1976, 1st deluxe edition, 1st impression, 13 coloured plates and map end papers as called for, original black pictorial cloth gilt, depicting Smaug to front cover in gilt, silver and red, original glassine protective wrapping (worn) original box with printed paper label, 'The Lord of the Rings', George Allen & Unwin, 1978, deluxe edition, 6th impression, two folding maps as called for, original black pictorial cloth decorated gilt, silver and green, original glassine wrapper, original box with printed paper label (2)

Lot 4064 – Sale Price: £750.00 (zero)

J.R.R. Tolkien, nine titles: 'The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - The Two Towers - The Return of the King', London, George Allen & Unwin, 1961, 10th impression, 1960, 7th impression, 1960, 6th impression, 3 volumes, 3 folding maps as called for, original cloth gilt, vols 2 & 3 in dust wrappers, 'The Hobbit', London, George Allen & Unwin, 1961, 12th impression, coloured frontis, map end papers, original pictorial cloth, dust wrapper (worn, closed tears around head of spine), 'The Silmarillion', 1977, 1st edition in dust wrapper, 'Unfinished Tales', 1980, 1st edition in dust wrapper, 'The History of Middle-Earth', pts II & III, 'Tom Bombadil', 1962 1st in wrapper, plus 2 others (11)

Lot 4065 – Sale Price: £260.00 (zero)

C.S. Lewis: 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe', illustrated Pauline Baynes, London, Geoffrey Bles, 1954, 2nd edition, coloured frontis + black and white ills. in text as called for, original cloth, titled in silver, dust wrapper (with some foxing, small chips, losses, closed tears, two small internal tape repairs, wrapper stated Second Impression inside front flap, not price clipped)

Lot 4066 – Sale Price: £100.00 (zero)

J.K. Rowling: 'The Tales of Beedle the Bard', London, Children's High Level Group, 2008, 1st edition, 1st impression (number line complete), Collector's Edition, full crushed morocco, spine with raised bands, silver-coloured metal corners, centre metal skull vignette and metal clasp, all with blue stones, ribbon marker, housed in original maroon velvet string-top bag, bearing the embroidered signature of J. K. Rowling in gilt thread, ten collector's edition prints in original envelope, all housed in original book-shaped clamshell box, original white card sleeve ''This Side Up''

Lot 4067 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

Two Hugh Thomson illustrated titles, J.M. Barrie: 'Quality Street', H & S, [1901], 1st trade edition, 22 tipped in coloured plates as called for, R.B. Sheridan: 'The School for Scandal', H & S, [1911], 1st trade edition, 24 tipped in coloured plates as called for, each 4to, original pictorial/decorative cloth gilt (2)

Lot 4068 – Sale Price: £35.00 (zero)

Arthur Rackham, illustrated sheet music, 'River & Rainbow, ten miniatures for pianoforte, composed by Walter Carroll', Forsyth Brothers, [nd], colour illustrated pictorial cover plus black & white title page by Arthur Rackham, 11pp, slightly worn; plus 2 copies of 'Forest Fantasies' composed by Walter Carroll, circa 1916, pictorial cover and title page illustrated by W. Heath Robinson (3)

Lot 4069 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

Arthur Rackham (illustrated): 'Przygody Piotrusia Pana [Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens]', translated Zofia Rogoszowna, Warsaw & Krakow, Wydawnictwo J. Mortkowicza, [1913], 1st Polish language edition, 16 mounted coloured plates by Rackham as called for, 4to, original cloth gilt, top edge gilt, original printed card slipcase (worn, but a scarce survivor)

Lot 4070 – Sale Price: £75.00 (zero)

Charles Kingsley: 'The Water Babies', illustrated Warwick Goble, London, Macmillan, 1910, 1 coloured plates as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt, top edge gilt, plus A.A. Milne: 'Now we are Six', illustrated E.H. Shepard, London, Methuen, 1927, 2nd edition, original pictorial cloth gilt, top edge gilt (2)

Lot 4071 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

Robert Louis Stevenson: 'A Child's Garden of Verses', illustrated Charles Robinson, London, John Lane, 1896, 1st Charles Robinson illustrated edition, numerous full page and in text illustrations as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt, all edges gilt

Lot 4072 – Sale Price: £220.00 (zero)

A.A. Milne: 'The House at Pooh Corner', illustrated Ernest Shepard, London, Methuen & Co., 1928, 1st edition, original pictorial cloth gilt, top edge gilt (spine slightly faded, else internally and externally VGC)

Lot 4073 – Sale Price: £42.00 (zero)

Florence K. Upton: 'The Golliwogg's ''Auto-Go-Cart'', [1901], coloured litho title + 31 full page coloured litho illustrations as called for, oblong 4to, original cloth backed pictorial boards

Lot 4074 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

Richard Wagner: 'The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie', translated Margaret Armour, illustrated Arthur Rackham, 1918 3rd impression, 34 mounted coloured plates as called for, original publisher's cloth gilt

Lot 4075 – Sale Price: £230.00 (zero)

Lewis Carroll: 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', illustrated Nicholas Parry, Market Drayton, The Tern Press, 1997, limited edition, (35/90), numbered and signed by Nicholas and Mary Parry, one of 85 hand printed copies with lithograph illustrations by Nicholas Parry only, original quarter green cloth, floral cloth covered boards, printed label to spine

Lot 4076 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

'Edmund Dulac's Picture Book', London, Hodder & Stoughton, [1919], 18 tipped in coloured plates as called for, 4to, original decorative cloth gilt

Lot 4077 – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

Frances Simpson: 'The Book of the Cat', Cassell, 1903, 12 colour plates + numerous black and white illustrations, contemporary half morocco gilt, top board worn and detached (but present)

Lot 4078 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

A.A. Milne: 'A Gallery of Children', illustrated H. Willebeek Le Mair, 1925, 5th edition, colour plates, original cloth, dust wrapper

Lot 4080 – Sale Price: £28.00 (zero)

George Cruikshank: 'George Cruikshank's Fairy Library: Hop-O'-My-Thumb, Jack and the bean-stalk, Cinderella, Puss in Boots', London, Bell & Daldy, circa 1865, 4 parts in 1, etched general title + 24 etched plates as called for, recased preserving original cloth gilt, new EP's

Lot 4081 – Sale Price: £300.00 (zero)

Mrs J.M. Wells: 'Little Folks Living Nursery - Rhymes and Moving Pictures. Dean's New Surprise Picture Books', Dean & Sons, [1879], 6 chromo moveable pictures with facing letterpress, some wear and amateur repair, small 4to, publisher's original pictorial printed paper covered boards

Lot 4082 – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

Maurice Noel: 'Under The Water. A Story for Children. Drawings by E.A. Lemann.', Bristol, Arrowsmith, 1886, original publisher's cloth backed decorative paper covered boards. Scarce

Lot 4083 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

Four children's titles illustrated by Harold Jones (1904-1992), comprising M.E. Atkinson: 'August Adventure', London, Jonathan Cape, 1936, 1st edition, author's first book, Harold Jones black & white plates, ills. and coloured map endpapers/pastedowns, original cloth, dust wrapper (by Harold Jones), 'Smugglers' Gap', London, John Lane The Bodley Head, 1939, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (b & w ills., illustrated endpapers/pastedowns and dust wrapper all by Harold Jones), plus 2 others (4)

Lot 4084 – Sale Price: £170.00 (zero)

Beatrix Potter, a collection of 15 titles, all different, various dates and condition, some earlier printings, sold as found with all faults, not subject to return

NB Benjamin Bunny a 1904 1st edition, with 27 coloured plates as called for, however a/f, lacking some text leaves, lacks pp15/16, possibly lacking some other leaves also, but with 27 coloured plates, sold with all faults, not subject to return

Lot 4085 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

Fifteen various editions of 'Black Beauty', by Anna Sewell, including 1894 Jarrold & Sons edition illustrated by John Beer, frontis and numerous ills. as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt, Cecil Aldin illustrated edition, 18 coloured plates as called for, etc

Lot 4088 – Sale Price: £360.00 (inc)

Oscar Wilde: 'Salome', illustrated Aubrey Beardsley, London, John Lane, 1912, illustrated title plus 15 plates by Beardsley, original green cloth decorated in gilt designed by Beardsley

Lot 4089 – Sale Price: £420.00 (inc)

Sir Thomas Malory: 'Morte d'Arthur', illustrated Aubrey Beardsley, London, J.M. Dent, 1927, 3rd edition, one of 1600 copies, frontispiece, 20 plates (including several double-page plates), 4to, original black cloth decorated in gilt designed by Beardsley, top edge gilt, others uncut. This work being his first commission as a 20-year-old art student, known to be the most complete edition, with ten illustrations not included in the two first printings.

Lot 4090 – Sale Price: £55.00 (inc)

Laurence Sterne: 'The Works of Laurence Sterne', London, J Johnson, 1803, 4 volumes, engraved portrait frontis, outline portrait plate + 15 engraved vignette title pages as called for, plus 8 other engraved plates (several by Stothard), uniform old half calf gilt (worn), Carlton Club gilt motifs to spines and bookplates to front pastedowns (4)

Lot 4091 – Sale Price: £25.00 (inc)

W.M. Thackeray: 'The History of Henry Esmond', London, Smith Elder, 1852, 1st edition, 3 volumes, half titles, uniform contemporary half calf gilt, armorial bookplates of John Thornycroft to front pastedowns (3)

Lot 4092 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

Mrs Paget Toynbee: 'The Letters of Horace Walpole, Fourth Earl of Orford', Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1903-1905, 16 volumes, portraits and facsimiles as called for, uniform original cloth gilt, top edges gilt (16)

Lot 4093 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

'Memoirs of My Youth', by Alexander Atkinson, 'One of the First Pupils of the Edinburgh Deaf and Dumb Institution', Newcastle, J.W. Swanston, 1865, 1st edition, frontis, xii,324pp, original blindstamped cloth gilt. An important work in the history of Deaf studies/culture, possibly the first in depth Deaf autobiography

Lot 4095 – Sale Price: £50.00 (zero)

''Canterburiensis'': 'The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Sir William Courtenay, Knight of Malta, Alias John Nichols Tom...', Canterbury, James Hunt, 1838, 1st edition, 8 engraved plates as called for, 482pp, contemporary half gilt calf, Thomas Adolphus Trollope, Frances Trollope (edited): 'A Summer in Brittany', Henry Colburn, 1840, 1st Edition, 2 volumes, hand coloured fontis, engraved titles and 10 plates, original cloth gilt, E.W.White: 'The Little Chimney Sweep', 1936, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper, plus a few other 19th Century titles childrens, juveniles, literature etc

Lot 4096 – Sale Price: £45.00 (zero)

'The Entertaining Magazine; or, Monthly Library of Elegant Amusement', vol 1, no's 1-12, Harrison, 1802, pp[2], viii, 566, continuous pagination, 9 engraved plates (including 'The Flying Philosopher'), contemporary half calf (worn). All published? Scarce, one copy only on Copac of vol 1 no. 1 in Oxford

Lot 4097 – Sale Price: £18.00

Theodore Spicer-Simson (1871-1959), sculptor, medallist, draughtsman, wood engraved bookplate for Ferdinand Schmidt, 1898, and another for Charles Walton, 1898, each approx 15 x 10cm; Ernest Bengough Ricketts (1840-1922), bookplate for Rose Jelf-Sharp, dated 1898 verso, (12 x 8.5cm); plus one other by Fanny Dove Hamel Lister, 1903 (15 x 9cm), in clip frame. Spicer-Simson & Bengough Ricketts co authored the work 'Composite Bookplates 1897-8', 1898 (4)

Lot 4098 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

''Hattie Brown'' [i.e. William James Linton]: 'Catoninetales. A Domestic Epic. By...A young lady of colour lately deceased at the age of 14', Lawrence & Bullen, 1891, limited edition (238/330), numbered, original cloth

Lot 4099 – Sale Price: £360.00 (zero)

Jane Austen: 'Pride & Prejudice', illustrated Charles E. Brock, intro. Austin Dobson, London, Macmillan, 1895, 1st edition thus, original publisher's blindstamped cloth gilt

Lot 4100 – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

Jane Austen: 'Sense and Sensibility', illustrated Hugh Thomson, intro. Austin Dobson, London, Macmillan, 1896, 1st edition thus, original publisher's blindstamped cloth gilt

Lot 4101 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

Jane Austen: 'Pride & Prejudice', Leipzig, Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1877, ''collection of British Authors vol.1645'', contemporary half calf (worn), plus ''Diedrich Knickerbocker'' [i.e. Washington Irving]: 'A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty', London, Robert Thurston, 1828, xx,312pp, 12mo, original cloth backed boards (worn) (2)

Lot 4102 – Sale Price: £210.00 (zero)

Jane Austen: 'The Novels of Jane Austen', illustrated C.E. & H.M. Brock, London, J.M. Dent, 1904-1906, 6 volumes (of 10), comprising 'Pride & Prejudice', 2 volumes, 'Mansfield Park', 2 volumes, 'Northanger Abbey' and 'Persuasion', each with 6 coloured plates as called for, uniform original cloth gilt, top edges gilt, silk ribbon page markers, plus 'Love & Freindship and other early works', Chatto & Windus, 1922, 1st edition, original cloth backed decortive boards gilt (7)

Lot 4103 – Sale Price: £45.00 (zero)

Marcel Proust: 'Remembrance of Things Past', 1941, Unifrom Edition, 12 volumes, London, Chatto & Windus, uniform original cloth gilt, bookplates of Anne & Fernand Renier, inspirational collectors who gave their collection of childrens literature to the V&A museum in 1970 (12)

Lot 4104 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

Jerome K.Jerome, fifteen 1st editions, including 'Three Men in a Boat', Arrowsmith, 1889, 1st issue (Quay Street, no street number), 2 copies, both original cloth gilt (one with renewed E.P's), 'The Diary of a Pilgrimage', [1891], original cloth gilt, 'The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow', [1886], original cloth, 'Novel Notes', '1893', original cloth, 'Told After Supper', 1891, original cloth, 'Tommy and Co.', 1904, original cloth, new E.P's, Boots label to top board, 'Paul Kelver', NY, Dodd Mead, 1902, original cloth, 'They and I', NY, Dodd Mead, 1909, original cloth, etc etc, plus 6 other folio society editions, biographies etc (21)

Lot 4105 – Sale Price: £400.00 (zero)

Jerome K Jerome (edited): 'The Idler An Illustrated Monthly Magazine', collection of assorted bound volumes and monthly parts circa 1892-99, some duplication, mixed condition, a few lacking wraps, plus eight late 19th-early 20th Century periodicals/literary journals with Jerome K. Jerome content including Cassell's Magazine, The Windsor Magazine, Strand Magazine, Pearson's Humorous Reciter etc, plus 1st editions of 'Three Men in a Boat', 1889, 1st issue (Quay Street, no street number), 'The Diary of a Pilgrimage', [1891], 'Told After Supper', 1891, 'Novel Notes', 1893, 'The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow', [1886]

Lot 4106 – Sale Price: £18.00 (zero)

Edwin Harris: 'Gad's Hill Place & Charles Dickens. Illustrated [with] Photographs by G.A. Morris, High Street, Rochester', Rochester, 1910, original publisher's leather gilt, lacks backstrip, signed postcard sized photo of the author (in masonic regalia) laid down verso of FFEP

Lot 4108 – Sale Price: £1,400.00

Charles Dickens (1812-1870), and his circle, a collection of autograph letters signed, Cartes des Visites, Cabinet Cards, autograph fragments, clipped signatures, original sketches etc, relating to Charles Dickens, the foremost novelist of the 19th Century, and his extensive circle of friends and associates, which encompassed many eminent and influential figures of the Victorian age, including fellow writers, artists, illustrators, poets, social reformers etc, 50+ individual items, comprising Charles John Huffam Dickens 'Boz' (1812-1870), clipped signature, corner mounted onto card, printed biography to card mount, plus CdV by the London Stereographic & Photographic Company, circa 1860s, with facsimile signature at foot; John Leech (1817-1864), humourous artist, illustrator of 'Pickwick' after Seymour's death, personal friend of Dickens who contributed illustrations to all the 'Christmas Books', and sole illustrator of 'A Christmas Carol', Autograph Letter Signed, to Mrs Taylor, 1 page 8vo, Brunswick Square, London, 6 March 1858, thanking her for a gift of music of a quality ''which improves upon acquaintance. I value it highly'', corner mounted to card backing, typed description to mount, plus an original pencil drawing by Leech, tipped onto card mount, together with original envelope and autograph note signed dated 1833, making Leech 16 years of age at the time, possibly to his college friend?; Wilkie Collins (1824-1889), English novelist and playwright, contributed to 'Household Words' from 1855, collaborated with Dickens in 'The Lazy tour of Two Idle Apprentices' and 'A Message from the Sea', wrote, with Dickens, 'No Thoroughfare', 1867, by which time he had become a close friend of, and a strong influence upon, Dickens, his later novels include 'Armadale' and 'The Moonstone', autograph envelope signed, addressed to Mr C. Thomas at Messrs Robson & sons, printers, postally cancelled 18th July 1879, tiped onto card mount, plus CdV of Wilkie Collins, by Charles Watkins photographers circa 1860s; William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-1863), novelist, his most famous books being 'Vanity Fair', 'The Newcomes', 'The Virginians' etc, his reputation enhanced by the later 'Pendennis'. Dickens and he met in 'Pickwick' days, when Dickens was in search of an illustrator, and Thackeray always remembered offering him some drawings, ''which, strange to say, he did not find suitable''. In 1858 the pair quarelled over a critical comment on Thackeray by Edmund Yates, published in 'Town Talk'. Thackeray tried to get Yates removed from the Garrick CLub; Dickens defended Yates, and the two literary giants remained estranged until a wekk before Thackeray's death. Dickens was deeply shocked by the death, and paid warm tribute to Thackeray's genius, learning and humour. Autograph Note Signed by Thackeray, tipped onto card mount, printed biography beneath, plus CdV of Thackeray by Herbert Watkins of Regent Street London; George Cruikshank (1792-1878), artist and caricaturist, commissioned to illustrate 'Sketches by Boz', and later 'Oliver Twist', as well as 'Joseph Grimaldi' and 'The Mudfog Papers'. In 1847 Cruikshank published 'The Bottle', in 1848 'The Drunkard's Children', and his magnum opus 'The Worship of Bacchus' in 1862. Despite his fanaticism as a teetotaller, and his strange claims to have written 'Oliver Twist' and originated 'Pickwick', Dickens admired him and remained friendly with him. George Cruikshank Autograph Letter Signed, dated 24th September 1869, to Mr Hill, 263 Hampstead Road headed paper, 8vo leaf, folded, tipped onto card mount, typed biography to card mount. Plus a Cruikshank Autograph note Signed, tipped onto card, undated, approx size 18 x 11cm, plus autograph memo signed by R.J. Chillingworth addressed to ''Geo. Cruikshank Esq Hampstead Road N.W.'', 8th September 1874, 2 sides of m/s; Hablot Knight Browne 'Phiz' (1815-1882), painter and illustrator, first illustration for Dickens for 'Sunday under Three Heads', 1836, followed by 'Pickwick', continued to illustrate for Dickens for 23 years, ten of the novels being illustrated by him in etching or wood engraving, 'A Tale of Two Cities' being the last book for which he drew, his drawings notable for grotesquerie and strong characterisation. Autograph Letter Signed, August 4th 1875, headed Brunswick House, Marine Parade, Hastings, 8 lines plus signature, to W. Marshall, 17.5 x 11.5cm, tipped onto card mount, printed biography beneath; Marcus Stone (1840-1921), son of Frank Stone, with whom Dickens was warm friends, virtually Dicken's adopted son after Frank Stone's death in 1859, often spending weeks at Dickens' home, provide frontispieces for some volumes in the cheap edition before illustrating 'Our Mutual Friend'. By 1870, when Dickens was searching for an illustrator for Edwin Drood, Stone was enjoying considerable success with his paintings and no longer worked as an illustrator, Autograph Letter Signed from Stone to the young daughter of Dr. Doran, January 8th 1867, ipped onto card mount, with portrait engraving of Stone and transcript of letter, plus mounted Victorian photograph of Stone (approx 9 x 6cm), plus another ALS from Stone to Dr. Doran, January 31st 1867, tipped onto card leaf, with transcript; Letitia Elizabeth Landon, 'L.E.L' (1802-1838), poetess, member of LAdy Blessington's circle, she was frequently at Gore House at the time when Dickens visited there, died mysteriously of poisoning in West Africa in 1838, unsigned autograph fragment, 7 lines, [nd], laid down and repaired, annotated in another hand above as a piece of her manuscript ''Illustrations of Walter Scott's Female Characters'', with printed transcript beneath; John Fraser (1812-1876), one of Dickens's closest friends, ALS dated 1855; Sir Edwin Landseer (1802-1873), friend of Dickens's from Devonshire Terrace days, ALS, CdV by John Watkins, In Remembrance cabinet card published by Mendelssohn together with corresponding printed in memoriam pamphlet, 1873; Angela Georgina Burdett-Coutts (1814-1906), English philanthropist, friend of Charles Dickens, signed fragment of Autograph Letter plus CdV by London Stereoscopic Company; Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892) CdV; Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) CdV; Washington Irving (1783-1859), author, man of letters, friend and in regular correspondence with Dickens c.1840-42, clipped signature; George Watson Pratt (1830-1861?), American Librettist, ALS addressed to Berger, last page mentions ''I anticipate much pleasure in seeing you, Barker and Dickens again. I have not heard a word from Barker or Dickens - the next time you meet them please apply the following wishes to them...[there follows a list of supposedly humorous insults!]''; Alfred Crowquill [i.e. Alfred Henry Forrester], (1804-1872), ALS, mounted on card next to mounted 19th Century portrait engraving of Crowquill, transcript of letter loose in sleeve; William Harrison Ainsworth (1805-1882), ALS dated 1845, plus engraved portrait illustration; Richard Bentley (1794-1871), publisher who collaborated with Dickens, ALS dated 1853; Edward Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873), friend of Dickens, founded Guild of Literature of Art with Dickens, fragment of an ALS; Thomas Talfourd (1795-1854), letter front signed; Leonardo Cattermole, son of George Cattermole, humorous pen & ink sketch, signed, Luke Fildes (1843-1927), ALS dated 1894 to Archibold Grove; Douglas Jerrold (1803-1857), ALS, autograph letter front + 2 CdV's; R.H. Barham [Thomas Ingoldsby] (1788-1845), ALS; ALS from Blanchard Jerrold to William Hall (of Chapman & Hall publishers), concerning his proposed biography of George Cruikshank; Mark Lemon (1809-1870), autograph ten lines of a poem, signed; plus CdV's of Charles Fechter & Daniel Maclise; plus seven photographic sheets of specimens of designs registered in England & America, unresearched, possibly a Dickens connection

Lot 4109 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

Rudyard Kipling: 'Works', Macmillan pocket edition, circa 1920, 44 volumes, many bindings VGC, some worn a/f, uniform original publishers decorated leather gilt (44)

Lot 4110 – Sale Price: £270.00 (zero)

Small collection twelve leather bindings, prize bindings etc., including Michelet 'The Insect', three quarter tan morocco gilt by Bickers & Son; Kipling, 5 works bound in 1: 'Soldier's Three; In Black & White; Under the Deodars; Phantom Rickshaw; Wee Willie Winkie', 1890 3rd Indian edition; [1890] 1st UK edition; [1890] 1st UK edition; 1889 2nd Indian edition; 1889 2nd Indian edition, half green morocco gilt by Birdsall & Son, plus Oundle School prize binding 1930, full blue morocco gilt by Birdsall, Northampton; Longfellow, Tennyson etc in quarter decorative vellum gilt prize bindings, etc (12)

Lot 4111 – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

'Illustrations of Walter Scott', London, Charles Tilt, 1834, four bound volumes of engravings, comprising 'Landscape Illustrations of the Waverley Novels', 2 volumes, 'Illustrations Landscape, Historical & Antiquarian, to the Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott', and 'Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels', 160 engraved plates as called for, after George Cattermole, Peter Dewint, William Daniell, John Constable etc, handsomely uniformly rebound in half brown morocco gilt, spines gilt in compartments (4)

Lot 4112 – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

Thackeray's Works, 12 volumes, half calf gilt bindings, spines gilt in compartments, Tennyson's Poetical Works, 5 volumes, uniform half calf gilt, plus three other leather bindings

Lot 4113 – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

'The Works of Samuel Johnson', 1810, new edition, London, J. Nichols et al, portrait frontis, uniform contemporary calf gilt, marbled EP's (12)

Lot 4114 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

Walter Scott: 'The Poetical Works...In Twelve Volumes. With all his Introductions and Notes', Edingburgh, 1848, 12 vols, small 8vo, contemporary half green leather/marbled boards, spines gilt; plus J.G. Lockhart: 'Memoirs of the Life of Walter Scott', Edinburgh, 1848, 10 volumes, small 8vo, contemporary half brown leather/marbled boards, spines gilt (22)

Lot 4115 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

Pamphlets, approximately 20 pamphlets circa 1824-1925, relating to Ireland, Irish Nationalism, Home Rule, Irish History, Politics and Government, GB Foreign Reltions Ireland, Catholic Emancipation etc, many scarce, including Arthur Griffith 'When the Government Publishes Sedition', Dublin, Irish Publicity League, [1916], 11pp, 'Defence of the Realm Act in Ireland', Dublin, Committee of Public Safety ,1915, 32pp, DORA originally intended to deal with German invasion in Ireland, but rapidly escalated to justify petty persecution and bullying by Crown forces and judiciary in Ireland (5 copies), Michael P. O'Hickey 'The True National Idea', Dublin, Conrad na Gaedilge, 1898, 14pp, wraps detached but present, 'Ireland No.XV, The Speech of the Right Honourable John, Earl of Clare....In the House of Lords of Ireland....1800', Dublin, The Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union, 1886, 70pp, 'A Defence, by J.K.L of his Vindication of the Religious and Civil Principles of the Irish Catholics', Dublin, Richard Coyne, 1824, 120pp, William O'Brien 'The Downfall of Parliamentarianism. A retrospect for the accounting day' Dublin, Maunsel & Co, 1918, 62pp, A.Newman 'What Emmet means in 1915. A tract for the times', Dublin, Irish Volunteer Headquarters, [1915], 15pp, 'Light on the Lords- The Veto of the House of Lords Justified by Irish Nationalist and British Liberal Leaders', Dublin, The Unionist Associations of Ireland, 1910, No 133-1909, 8pp, (5 copies), plus 2 other pamphlets published Unionist Associations of Ireland, 'Redmonds Imperial- Fenian Home Rule Hippodrome. Mr Redmond rides double', No 136-1910, [4]pp (two copies), and 'Home Rule and German Invasion. A Warning note for British Electors', No 138-1909, [4]pp, Alfred O'Rahilly 'The Case for the Treaty', [Dublin, circa 1925], 24pp, (two copies), etc, plus a couple of others British 19th Century politics, some disbound as issued, some chipped/fragile condition, an interesting collection containing some scarce survivors

Lot 4116 – Sale Price: £95.00 (zero)

A collection of late 19th-mid 20th century books and booklets on the Far East/Asiatic Studies, Chinese and Japanese History, literature, art, folk-lore, language, religion, symbolism etc, including Morse 'Traces of an Early Race in Japan', 1879, Batchelor 'The Koropok-Guru, or Pit Dwellers of North Japan', 1904, Koehn 'Chinese Flower Symbolism', 1954, plus others Tea Ceremony, Oriental books, The Kodokwanki, Genji Monogatari etc etc 30+ in total

Lot 4117 – Sale Price: £200.00 (zero)

Pamphlets, approximately 80 18th Century, mainly 19th Century plus a few early 20th Century pamphlets, comprising sermons, politics, reports etc, including Richard Smalbroke 'The Doctrine of an Universal Judgment Asserted. In a Sermon Preach'd... at Oxford, June 9th, 1706', Oxford 1706, 'Considerations on the Present State of Affairs in Europe, And particularly with Regard to the number of Forces in the Pay of Great Britain', London, 1730, ''Anti-Conspirator'', 'Regicide. Are Refugees our Enemies. Is Napoleon our Ally. By Anti-Conspirator', London, J.Allen, 1858, Cesar Ruggieri, 'Narrative of the Crucifixion of Matthew Lovat, Executed by his own hands, At Venice...1805', circa 1813, first English translation, title page vignette, Matthew Tindal 'The Merciful Judgments of High-Church Triumphant On Offending Clergymen, And Others, in the Reign of Charles I', London, 1710, Ofspring Blackall 'The Way of Trying Prophets. A Sermon Preach'd.... At St James's, November 9 1707', London, W.Rogers, 1707, etc etc, mainly disbound as issued

Lot 4118 – Sale Price: £170.00 (zero)

Pamphlets, approximately 80 18th Century, mainly 19th Century plus a few early 20th Century pamphlets, comprising sermons, politics, reports etc, incluidng Henry Sacheverell 'A Defence of her Majesty's Title to the Crown, and a Justification of Her Entring into a War with France and Spain: As it was Deliver'd in a Sermon Preach'd before the University of Oxford...1702', London, Henry Clements, 1710, 2nd Edition, 'The History of the Dutch Usurpations. Their Maxims and Politicks in Point of Government, and their Remarkable Ingratitude to England', London 1712, Samuel Jones 'Poliignac's Papal Tocsin, or the Agitator of Free Discussion. Two Letters to the Venerable The Archdeacon of Sudbury', Norwich, 1830, John Sinclair 'The Means of Arresting the Progress of National Calamity', 1817, Lloyd Jones 'Co-Operation in Danger! An Appeal to the British Public', London, 1880, etc etc, mainly disbound as issued

Lot 4119 – Sale Price: £180.00 (zero)

Pamphlets, 100+ 18th Century and mainly 19th Century disbound pamphlets, comprising sermons, politics, reports etc, including H. Sacheverell 'Set Forth in a Sermon Preach'd Before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor....', 1709, 'John Ramsay 'A Sermon Preach'd to the Protestants of Ireland...', London, T.Woodward, 1714, John Conybeare, 'A Sermon Preach'd... in Oxford...1725', Oxford, 1726, 2nd Edition, Synge, 'An Answer to all the Excuses and Pretenses Which Men Ordinarily Make for their not coming to the Holy Communion', 1779, 'Report of the Discussion on Civil Establishments of Religion, Held in Belfast...1836', Belfast, William M'Comb, 1836, 'The Allies and The Late Ministry Defended against France', London, A.Baldwin, 1711, 2nd edition, 'The Present State of the Republic of Letters For December, 1729, Vol IV', London, William Innys, 1729, includes Africa content, etc etc

Lot 4120 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

Assorted 18th Century and 19th Century plays, poetry, literature, leather bound/antiquarian volumes, including eight plays bound together in one volume, each with a seperate title page dated 1711, each with engraved frontis, including 'Rule a Wife, and have a Wife', 'The Laws of Candy', 'The False One. A Tragedy', 'The Little French Lawyer. A Comedy', etc, contemporary calf, top board detached (but present), plus 10 assorted volumes 'Bells Theatre', circa 1790's, engraved frontises, title pages and plates, 12mo, contemporary calf worn (a/f), plus William Thompson: 'Sickness. A Poem', London, R.Dodsley, 1745, Books I & II (of III), 104pp, disbound, plus 'The Saturday Magazine', Parker, July 1832- Dec. 1834, volumes 1-5 bound in 3, numbers 1-160 with all general ills., indices and supplements, contemporary half calf gilt, plus a few others (23)

Lot 4121 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

James Boswell: 'The Life of Samuel Johnson', Swan Sonnenschein, 1888, 3 volumes, original cloth gilt, top edges gilt (3)

Lot 4122 – Sale Price: £38.00 (inc)

Mr Addison [Pseudonym]: 'A Collection of Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Political Fragments; Tending to Amuse the Fancy, and Inculcate Morality', London, for the author, 1793, 1st edition, [2],512pp, 4to, contemporary half calf (worn)

Lot 4123 – Sale Price: £25.00 (inc)

J Saunders, William Howitt & G. Hayter: 'Saunders' Portraits and Memoirs of Eminent Living Political Reformers', London, J. Dowding, 1840, 1st edition, 27 engraved portrait plates as called for, contemporary full crimson calf gilt, all edges gilt

Lot 4124 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

Lactantius: 'Divinarum Institutionum Adversus Gentes L. Caelii Lactantii Firmiani', Rome, Ex Typographia Angelo Rotilii, 1755-1757, 10 volumes bound in 5, pleasing 19th Century full mottled calf gilt binding (slightly worn), spine gilt in compartments, morocco gilt tile labels to spines (5)

Lot 4128 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

An illuminated leaf from a 15th Century French book of prayers, illuminated manuscript on vellum, 16 lines of single column Gothic Latin script to each side, 12 illuminated initials in total (5 gold, 7 red and blue), decorative line filler in blue, red and gold, text and border approx 10 x 7.5cm, leaf approx 16 x 10.5cm, loosely corner mounted in a card folder, together with a mounted 16th Century Italian manuscript Initial on vellum, burnished gold initial on a blue ground with foliate decoration and double line border, approx size 5.5 x 5.5cm

Lot 4129 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

'The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England; together with the Psalters or Psalms of David...', London, Charles Bill 1707, bound with 'The Whole Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins and others.', London, Freeman Collins for the Company of Stationers, 1708, 4 leaves torn with some loss of text, professional repairs to some margins, 4to, recent speckled, panelled calf

Lot 4129A – Sale Price: £420.00 (zero)

Bible [English], 'The Bible: Translated according to the Hebrew and Greeke, and conferred with the best translations, in divers languages', London, Robert Barker, 1615, lacks general title and all before A2, New testament engraved title present, dated 1615, engraved within decorative woodcut border and enclosed within heart shaped frame, 34 pages engraved genealogies at front, [34], 554, [1] pp + [164]pp tables etc at end, woodcut colophon at end, imprinted at London by Robert Barker, 1615, double column black letter text with marginal text in Roman type, 4to, old reverse calf worn

Lot 4130 – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

'Holy Bible', Dublin, James Duffy, c.1885, full gilt tooled calf, all edges gilt

Lot 4130A – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

The Folio Society limited edition of The Oxford Classical Dictionary, 1999, 3rd edition, (863/1,000), numbered, original half green Wassa goatskin over moire silk covered boards, top edge gilt, slipcase, plus Folio society King James Bible, 2008, orig. decorative cloth gilt, top edge gilt, slipcase (2)

Lot 4131 – Sale Price: £1,000.00 (zero)

Jean Bodin: 'De la Demonomanie des Sorciers: A Monseigneur M. Chrestofle de Thou, Cheualier, Seigneur de C?li, premier president en la Cour de Parlement, & Conseiller du Roy en son priue Conseil...', Paris, Jacques du Puy, 1587, Bodin's major and influential work on sorcery and the witchcraft persecutions. The book relates histories of sorcerers, and gives a report of a 1552 public exorcism in Paris, and of the case of Magdalena de la Cruz of Cordova, an abbess who had confessed to sexual relations with the Devil over three decades. Bodin cites Pierre Marner on werewolf accounts from Savoie, and denounces the works of Cornelius Agrippa, and the perceived traffic in ''sorceries'' carried out along the Spanish Road, running along eastern France for much of its length. Leaves numbered ff218-252 cover refutations of the opinions of Johann Weyer (1515-1588), Dutch physician, occultist and demonologist, disciple and follower of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa. Some internal browning, light waterstaining at top edge of some leaves, ff241 slight damage just affecting small part of text, ''A.L.L.R.'' inkstamp to title page and manuscript pen and ink marginalia and annotations to several leaves throughout (circa 17th/18th Century, some slightly later to preface in brown pencil), final leaf numbered ff252, but 14 unnumbered leaves at front including title page, preface etc, before 256 numbered leaves (some mispagination including ff44 misnumbered 43, ff100 misnumbered 80, 2 x ff228, 3 leaves following ff243 and preceding ff244 incorrectly numbered 241,242 & 243, etc). Contemporary calf gilt (worn), inner joint at front reinforced (not recent), all edges marbled. A rare and important 16th Century work relating to demonology, witchcraft, occult, demonomania and magic.

Lot 4131A – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

Will Goldston: 'Exclusive Magical Secrets', London, The Magician Limited, [1912], limited edition, (439/1000), numbered, portrait frontis and numerous illustrations in text throughout as called for, 506pp, pictorial end papers, ''This book is the property of the Order of the Magi library'' inkstamp to half title, with a contemporary inscription above ''Presented by Bro. Evanson Jan 1929'', plus a few other ''Order of the Magi'' inkstamps at front and end, the first of Goldston's three volumes of so called ''locked books'', original calf gilt (worn, backstrip with losses and near detached), with original brass locking clasp in working order and with key present, together with Bob Nelson: 'Comedy Mentalism', 1962, volume 1, 59pp, original spiral bound printed wraps (2)

Lot 4132 – Sale Price: £2,300.00 (zero)

A manuscript recipe book, manuscript receipts in several different hands, circa late 17th/early 18th Century onwards, 277 m/s numbered pages (but about 170 pages completed with manuscript recipes), circa late 17th/early 18th Century calf binding (very worn), top board detached (but present), spine gilt in compartments, worn morocco gilt title label to spine "Cordial Waters & Surrups", recipes include Aqua Mirabilis, Cherry Water, "The Hott Surfett Water", "An Approved Water to heal ye Lungs & to allay ye heat of a ffeavour & to help one of a consumption if it be not too far gone - Take ye liver of a lamb, and a piece of ye shoulder of the lamb and ye livers of 2 black rabbitts and the lungs of a ffox, and 2 sheeps hearts, a young red cock, half a pound of cap dates, half a pound of blow currants...cut your cock in pieces and croak the bones in pieces stone your dates and pith them...then pound your dates raisins currants in a mortar and then distill all those in a rosewater still, and when they are distilled put to them 2 pounds of browne sugar candy to sweeten it. Let the party drink of it six spoonfulls at a time every two hours for a month together cold. If the ffox lungs be dried you must coat them to powder before ye putt them into your still", to make preservative water, to make Dr Stephen his water, "Snail or Worms Water very good against a Hectick ffeavour...", "The Wind Water", "To Make Swallow Water - Take 50 or 60 Swallows when they are ready to ffly out of the nests, the more swallows you have ye better will your water be, crush them to a pap in a mortar ffeathers and all then add to them two ounces of castor in powder...Midsummer is the choisest time to make it...", the first 35 pages of m/s entries appear to be circa late 17th/early18th Century and in the same hand, these being for waters/syrups/cordials of a medical remedy nature, the following leaves of entries appear to be 18th and 19th Century, in different hands, and mainly cookery recipes, "Mary Frances Salmon 1813" in m/s pen & ink inside front cover

NB - leaves at front loose (leaves preceding manuscript page numbered 34)

Lot 4132A – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

[Maria Eliza Rundell]: 'The New Family Receipt-Book', London, John Murray, 1815, new edition, xxxvi,419pp, contemporary calf gilt, ''M. Batson 1818'' morocco gilt label to front pastedown

Lot 4133 – Sale Price: £50.00 (zero)

Booths Distilleries (published): 'An Anthology of Cocktails', [1939], original printed wraps

Lot 4133A – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

A collection of books, booklets and ephemera, mainly cookery household and domestic, etiquette related, including W. Smyth: 'A Pocket Companion for young ladies and gentlemen, containing directions for the performance of quadrilles...dances, reels, &c.', Edinburgh, 1830, 2nd edition, 64pp, small format (10 x 7cm), contemporary calf backed boards worn; 'Routledge's Etiqueete for Ladies', [1864], Routledge's Miniature Library, 96pp, 32mo, original oictorial cloth gilt; Mrs [Charlotte Eliza] Humphry: 'Manners for Women', London, Ward Lock, [1897], original pictorial cloth; MRs H.M. Young: 'Liebig Company's Practical Cookery Book', London, 1894, viii,104pp, original cloth backed pictorial card covers, plus an 1893 edition of same work, a/f, inner joints split, lacks final leaf, original cloth; Peters: 'How to Make Useful Articlesfor the Home', London, 1899, original cloth; 'Gems of Cookery, being a collection of well-tried recipes issued in connection with bazaar held at Newmarket Congregational Church, February 14th, 15th and 16th, 1906', Newmarket, [1906], iv,97pp, original cloth; 'The C.W.M. The Journal of Rowntree's Cocoa Works, York', June 1922, vol.2, no.4, original pictorial wraps, plus a few others cookery and domestic related, plus some on cotton spinning machinery, constellations etc (19)

Lot 4134 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

A collection of eight antiquarian science, medicine, mathematics related volumes, comprising Thomas Healde: 'The New Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London', 1788, 2nd edition corrected, xvi, 350pp and errata leaf at end, contemporary paper covered boards (worn), m/s title to spine, plus John Christopher Sturmius (1635-1703): 'Mathesis Enucleata: Or, the Elements of the Mathematicks', 1724, 2nd edition corrected, 29 (of 30 engraved plates, a/f, one of the 29 plates also defective torn large loss), pp87/88 part loss lower corner affecting text, contemporary calf (worn), plus [William Lewis]: 'The New Dispensatory', London, J. Nourse, 1770, 3rd edition corrected, 692pp, lacks lower board and rear blanks, some leaves at end loose, contemporary calf (worn) top board detached, plus Watson 'Chemical Essays', vols 3-5 (of 5), London, T.Evans, 1785-1787, uniform old calf gilt, plus 2 others (8)

Lot 4134A – Sale Price: £42.00 (zero)

The British Mazdaznan Magazine. A Quarterly Magazine which is the Official Organ of the British Mazdaznan Association', volume 1, no's 1-5 (January/March 1914 to January 1915), all published before a relaunch in 1924, bound without the wraps in a single crude half leather binding. Scarce, Copac lists only one copy in British Library

Lot 4135 – Sale Price: £22.00 (zero)

John Lindsay: 'A Vindication of the Church of England, and of the Lawful Ministry thereof: that is to say, Of the Succession, Election, Confirmation and Consecration of Bishops; as also Of the Ordination of Priests and Deacons, in Five Books', 1728, folio, contemporary calf, top board detached (but present)

Lot 4135A – Sale Price: £95.00 (zero)

'The works of Flavius Josephus which are extant ... / translated from the original Greek, according to Dr. Hudson's edition by John Court, gent. To which are added, A dissertation on the writings and credit of Josephus, and Christopher Noldius's History of the life and actions of Herod the Great, never before rendered into English. With explanatory notes, tables, maps, and a large and accurate index', London, R. Penny, 1733, 12 engraved plates, of which 5 folding, including port. frontis of Josephus, map of Palestine, plan of Jerusalem, plan of interior of Solomon's Temple, ditto external view, etc, folio, full buckram gilt

Lot 4136A – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

Henry Moses: 'A Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, Peterae, Tripods, Candelabra, Sarcophagi, &c.', Taylor, [1814], engraved title page + 151 engraved plates, of which six hand coloured, small 4to, old half morocco (rubbed and worn)

Lot 4137 – Sale Price: £230.00 (inc)

Adrien d'Epinay: 'Renseignements pour servir a l'Histoire de l'Ile de France jusqu'a l'annee 1810, inclusivement.', Ile Maurice, nouvelle imprimerie Dupuy, 1890, limited edition (600 copies only), signed by the author, vii,577,xxii pp,title page and several leaves at front with old tape repairs, contemporary cloth gilt

Lot 4137A – Sale Price: £15.00 (zero)

James Bowes: 'Japanese Enamels. With Illustrations from Examples in the Bowes Collection', Liverpool, privately printed, 1884, plates, including 2 chromolithos, original blue cloth gilt

Lot 4138 – Sale Price: £35.00 (zero)

Nan West: 'The Landscape Painter's Calendar,' London, Methuen 1928, limited edition (135/300), autograph letter signed and Autograph note signed loosely inserted, original quarter cloth, dust wrapper

Lot 4138A – Sale Price: £45.00 (zero)

Assorted 19th Century plate books etc, incl. 'The Fields and the Woodlands,' circa 1870, 24 coloured plates, 4to, orginal pictorial cloth gilt, plus 'Facsimiles of original studies by Raffaelle,' by James Fisher, 1865, a/f very worn copy, plus souvenir of the holy land, pressed flowers, specimens and photogravure plates, oblong folio, original olive wood boards, plus 1 other (4)

Lot 4139 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

Giambattista Bodoni: 'Manuale Tipografico', facsimile of the 1818 edition, London, Holland Press, 1960, one of 500 copies, 4to, original decorative paper covered boards, matching original slipcase, plus A.F.Johnson: 'Selected Essays on Books and Printing', 1970, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (3)

Lot 4140 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

Paul Jeanne: 'Bibliographie des Marionnettes', Paris, 1926, one of 250 copies, signed presentation copy from author, original quarter cloth, original wraps bound in

Lot 4141 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

Robert Doisneau: '1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Compter en s'amusant.', Lausanne, 1955, 12 full page photo plates with facing letterpress, small 4to, original publisher's card wraps with pictorial dust wrapper (worn)

Lot 4142 – Sale Price: £280.00 (zero)

'Motif. A Journal of the Visual Arts', edited Ruari McLean, numbers 1-13 (all published), Nov 1958-Winter 1967, numerous colour and monochrome ills. thoroughout, numbers 1-9 original pictorial paper covered boards, numbers 10-13 original pictorial wraps, cover designs by Charles Mozley, Robert Stewart, John Griffiths, Laurence Scarfe, Richard Guyatt, Hans Unger, Alan Davie, William Scott, Edward Bawden, Peter Blake, Eduardo Paolozzi, Ceri Richards and Margaret Calvert, all 4to, Shenval Press (13)

Lot 4143 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

A collection on typography, printing etc, including 'The Monotype Recorder', 13 issues 1922-1937, each original printed wraps, London County Council School of Photo-Engraving & Lithography Reports, three bound volumes for 1906-07, 1907-08 & 1910-12, numerous plates, uniform contemporary half calf gilt, plus Haldane MacFall 'The Book of Claud Lovat Fraser', 1923, 1st in wrapper, 'Eighth Graphic Arts Production Yearbook', 1948, Ruari McLean 'Magazine Design' etc etc

Lot 4144 – Sale Price: £240.00 (zero)

A collection of illustrated and literature books, including 'Tone, texture, light and shade - A Barnett Freedman Picture Album', Fleece Press, 2011, limted edition (250), possibly with production error, folding plate p.25 duplicated several pages further in, possibly where an illustration from 'Memoirs of an Infantry Officer' should be placed?, else a fine copy, in the original cloth backed pictorial paer covered boards, printed paper label to spine,plus others Eric Ravilious, Clare and Robert Gittings, 'Death of Hector' 146/200 ill. Peter Campbell, Jerome K. Jerome 'Three Men in a Boat', 1975, Limited Editions Club, copy of the designer John Lewis, signed by him, initialled by him, and signed by the illustrator John Griffiths, orig. cloth, slipcase, Samuel Palmer Trianon Press 633/1800 with folder of 5 facs. prints, etc etc

Lot 4145 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

A collection of Printing & Typography related titles, Provate Press etc, several Eric Gill and Stanley Morison, including Eric Gill 'Trousers & The Most Precious Ornament', Faber & Faber, 1937, printed Hague & Gill, ill. Denis Tegetmeier, original stitched printed wraps, 'Unemployment' by Eric Gill, printed Hague & Gill, 1933, engraving by the author, 32pp, orig. stitched printed wraps, 'Sacred & Secular', 1940 1st in wrapper, etc, Stanley Morison: 'First Principles of Typography', 1936, Jones 'Stanley Morison Displayed', Moran 'Stanley Morison His typographic achievement', etc, plus Private Press Books 1959-1980, 1985/86, 1987, 1990 (25), good qty. 'Journal of the Printing Historical Society', etc

Lot 4146 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

Sixteen assorted art books, artists include Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland, Lucian Freud, Paula Rego, Paul Gauguin, Amadeo Modigliani, Kyffin Williams etc. From the collection of Nicholas Simington (1930-2020), DA Glasgow School of Art, professional artist of over 40 years, who exhibited at The Serpentine Gallery, London, and in one-man shows in numerous galleries across the UK. Following his studies at the Glasgow School of Art from 1968-1972, he taught at Garrion Academy before moving to Norfolk in 1975, from then on painting tirelessly and producing an impressive body of work. To his delight, at the age of 83, he was shortlisted for the Artist of the Year award by Artists & Illustrators magazine, and he continued to paint every day until he was 86.

Lot 4147 – Sale Price: £15.00 (zero)

John Richardson: 'A Life of Picasso', London, Jonathan Cape, 1991-2007, 1st edition, 3 volumes, original cloth, dust wrappers (3)

Lot 4148 – Sale Price: £240.00 (zero)

Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956), collection of 18 titles, including 'The Way of the Cross', London, Hodder & Stoughton, [1935], 1st edition, No.34 of 250 copies only, numbered and signed by Brangwyn & G.K. Chesterton, 14 mounted sepia plates as called for, large 4to (37 x 29cm), original de luxe edition full vellum gilt, top edge gilt, calf label to spine, 'The Historical Paintings in the Great Hall in London of the Worshipful Company of Skinners...', London, Caradoc Press, 1909, limited edition, (98/300), numbered, numerous plates as called for, large 4to, original quarter cloth, 'Catalogue of the Etched Work of Frank Brangwyn', London, Fine Art Society Ltd., 1912, portrait frontis + 200 etched ills. on 107 full page plates as called for, folio, original quarter vellum gilt, Boyd: 'The Drawings of Sir Frank Brangwyn 1867-1956', 1967, limited edition (500), original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, Walter Shaw Sparrow: 'Prints & Drawings by Frank BRangwyn', 1919, 1st edition, 50 plates as called for, 4to, original cloth gilt, plus 13 others (18)

Lot 4149 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

'International Fine Arts Exhibition Rome 1911 - Souvenir of the British Section' & 'The British Government Exhibit at the New Zealand International Exhibition (1906-1907), both compiled by Sir Isidore Spielmann, each profusley illustrated throughout, 655pp & 357pp respectively, each large 4to, original cloth gilt (2)

Lot 4151 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

James Dafforne: 'The Works of J.M.W. Turner, R.A.', London, Virtue, [1877], 30 engraved plates as called for, viii,240pp, gutta percha perished, leaves loose, folio, original decorative cloth gilt, all edges gilt

Lot 4152 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

James Newlands: 'The Carpenter and Joiners Assistant', London, Blackie, circa 1880, 100 engraved plates and numerous ills. in text as called for, folio, old half calf gilt

Lot 4153 – Sale Price: £35.00 (zero)

'The Builder 1891-95', a composite bound volume of lithograph architectural plates from 'The Builder' magazine, London, Sprague, 1891-95, several folding, thick folio, old half calf, later rebacked

Lot 4154 – Sale Price: £100.00 (zero)

Stanley Cramp et al: 'Handbook of the Birds of Europe the Middle East and Africa', Oxford University PRess, 1980-1994, 9 volumes, original cloth gilt, dust wrappers, plus 'Montagu's Dictionary of British Birds', 1831, 2nd edition, old half calf, later rebacked (10)

Lot 4155 – Sale Price: £220.00 (zero)

Rev. F.O. Morris: 'A History of British Birds', London, Groombridge, [nd], circa 1880, 8 volumes, 358 hand coloured plates as called, all tissue guarded and clean/VGC, volume I with 14 page contemporary manuscript list of recorded birds species at end, uniform original cloth gilt (worn) (8)

Lot 4156 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

A collection of Ornithology and Natural History titles, including Yarrell: 'A History of British Birds', 1871-1885, 4th edition, 4 volumes, original cloth gilt, Lieut. Col. E. Delme Radcliffe: 'Falconry. Notes on the Falconidae used in India in Falconry', 1971, revised and reprinted from original 1871 edition, 38pp, original card covers, Charles Dixon: 'Our Rarer Birds Being Studies in Ornithology & Oology', 1888, 1st edition, 20 illustrations by Charles Whymper & a frontispiece by J.G. Keulemans, original pictorial cloth gilt (worn/soiled), plus Darwin: 'Origin of Species', 1900, orig. cloth gilt, Eimer: 'Organic Evolution', 1890, 'Newman's British Ferns', 1854, etc (10)

Lot 4157 – Sale Price: £25.00 (zero)

Two Collins New Naturalist series titles, E.A. Ellis: 'The Broads', 1965, 1st edition; Peter Bircham: 'Ornithology', 2007, 1st edition, numbers 46 & 104, each original cloth, dust wrappers, Ornithology in orig. shrink wrap (2)

Lot 4158 – Sale Price: £140.00 (zero)

Henry Seebohm: 'British Birds' Eggs', London, George Routledge, 1904, limited edition of only 110 copies, 560coloured illustrations of eggs on 68 plates as called for, original cloth gilt; plus the Rev. F.O. Morris: 'A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds', London, Groombridge, 1853-1856, 37 parts (incomplete), comprising parts 1-6, 16-19, 28-38, 41-44, 46-57, 150 coloured plates of nests and eggs, each part in original printed pale green wraps (VGC commensurate with age), very scarce in part form (38)

Lot 4159 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

William Buckler & H.T. Stainton: 'The Larvae of the British Butterflies and Moths', Ray Society, 1886-1891, volumes 1-4, 69 hand coloured plates, volumes covering butterflies, sphinges, bombyces, noctuae, uniform original blindstamped cloth gilt, top edges gilt (4)

Lot 4161 – Sale Price: £15.00 (zero)

A collection on bees and beekeeping, including Digges: 'The Practical Bee Guide', 1941, Snelgrove: 'Swarming Its Control and Prevention', 1946, Manley: 'Honey Production in the British Isles', 1966, 'British Bee Journal & Bee-Keepers Adviser', 50+ issues 1940's-50's, etc

Lot 4162 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

Rev. F.O. Morris: 'A Natural History of British Moths', London, George Bell & Sons, 1872, 1st edition, 4 volumes, 132 hand coloured lithograph plates as called for, ex Ipswich public libraries, but an attractive set in full blue morocco (slightly worn), inner dentelles gilt, all edges gilt (4)

Lot 4165 – Sale Price: £750.00 (zero)

Pierre Hippolyte Lucas: 'Histoire Naturelle des Lepidopteres Exotiques', Paris, F. Savy, [nd], 156,[iv]pp, addtional hand coloured title, plus 78 fine hand coloured plates of butterflies, plus 2 uncoloured engraved plates as called for, by Pauquet, modern green cloth gilt, some foxing/waterstaining to text leaves, coloured plates generally clean/VGC, small quantity with light marginal waterstaining. Very scarce

Lot 4166 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

H. Noel Humphreys: 'The Genera and Species of British Butterflies', London, Paul Jerrard, circa 1859, hand coloured litho additional title + 31 (of 32) hand coloured litho plates (lacks plate 25), original pictorial cloth gilt (worn), all edges gilt

Lot 4167 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

F.W. Frohawk: 'The Complete Book of British Butterflies', 1934, 1st edition, 32 coloured plates as called for, original cloth gilt, H. Rowland Brown: 'Butterflies and Moths at Home and Abroad', T. Fisher Unwin, 1912, 21 tipped in coloured plates as called for, 4to, original cloth gilt, mounted colour illustration to upper cover, F. Edward Hulme: 'Butterflies and Moths of the Countryside', Hutchinson, [nd], 35 coloured plates as called for, original cloth gilt, rebacked (retaining original backstrip) (3)

Lot 4169 – Sale Price: £38.00 (zero)

Thomas H. Nelson: 'The Birds of Yorkshire', London, A. Brown, 1907, 2 volumes, colour frontis and colour illustrated title page to each volume + numerous black & white plates, 4to, original cloth, boards with some soiling (2)

Lot 4172 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

A collection of titles on insects, beetles etc, including Wigglesworth: 'Principles of Insect Physiology', 1950; Kirby & Spence: 'An Introduction to Entomology', 1873; Duffy: 'A Monograph of the Immature Stages of African Timber Beetles (Cerambycidae)', 1957, 1st edition; Doncaster: 'Francis Walkers' Aphids', 1961; Metcalf & Flint: 'Destructive & Useful Insects', 1928, 1st edition; Wingate 'Durham Diptera; Hoy 'Catalogue of Eriococcidae'; Hopkins & Edwards: 'Mosquitoes of the Ethiopian Region', vols I & III, etc (11)

Lot 4173 – Sale Price: £42.00 (zero)

W.F. Kirby: 'Familiar Butterflies and Moths', 1901, 18 coloured plates as called for, orig. pictorial cloth gilt, inner joints weak; W.S. Furneaux: 'Butterflies, Moths, other Insects and Creatures of the Countryside', 1927, 12 coloured plates, orig. cloth gilt (worn); Stainton: 'A Manual of British Butterflies and Moths', 1859, 2 volumes, numerous figures throughout plus pen and pencil annotations; Meyrick: 'Handbook of British Lepidoptera', 1895, signature of William Fassnidge (1888-1949), Entomologist, to FFEP, original cloth gilt; Kirby: Butterflies & Moths of the United Kingdom', Routledge, 2nd edition, 70 coloured plates as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt (6)

Lot 4174 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

W.F. Kirby: 'European Butterflies and Moths', London, Cassell, 1882, 1st edition, 61 coloured plates as called for, 4to, old half calf gilt, marbled paper covered boards, top edge gilt; plus Wilson: 'the Larvae of the British Lepidoptera', London, Reeve, 1880, 40 coloured plates as called for, original cloth gilt (2)

Lot 4175 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

Edward Newman, 2 titles: 'The Natural History of British Butterflies & Moths', London, William Glaisher, circa 1870, over 700 illustrated figures of British butterflies and moths, original pictorial cloth gilt, 'An Illustrated Natural Natural History of British Butterflies', London, William Tweedie, 1871, 1st edition, numerous engraved figures throughout, original cloth gilt (2)

Lot 4176 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

Three early 20th Century botanical manuscript students exercise books by Joyce Hawkes, Nature Note Book, with 16 pages of manuscript entries including some pencil and coloured pencil sketches; Spring/Summer Term 1919 Botany with 31 pages of manuscript entries including good quantity pen & ink and pen, ink & watercolour sketches including Amaryllidaceae, stems, shoots, Cowslip, Ranunculaceae, Rosaceae etc; Winter term 1919 Botany, with 24 pages of manuscript entries including good quantity pen & ink and pen, ink & watercolour sketches including fruits, stems, roots, shoots, flowers etc, each original marbled paper/limp cloth covers (3)

Lot 4177 – Sale Price: £95.00 (zero)

Thomas Bewick: 'A General History of Quadrupeds', 1792, 3rd edition, numerous wood engravings, old half green morocco gilt, top edge gilt, 'A History of British Birds', 1847, 2 volumes, numerous wood engravings, original blindstamped cloth gilt, rebacked retaining original backstrips, new EP's, Dobson: 'Thomas Bewick & His Pupils', 1884, old cloth gilt, plus 1 other (5)

Lot 4179 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

James Britten: 'European Ferns', illustrated D. Blair, London, Cassell, [c.1879], 30 coloured plates, original publisher's pictorial cloth gilt

Lot 4180 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

Gilbert White: 'Natural History of Selborne', John Lane, 1900, plates, ills, map as called for, rebound half calf; Nicholas Culpeper: 'Complete Herbal', 1814, a/f defective copy, some leaves at beginning with part losses, 39 hand coloured plates (lacks plate 1, plates 2 & 3 a/f, remainder generally ok), old half calf worn; Aljos Farjon: 'A Handbook of the World's Conifers', 2010, 2 volumes, original pictorial boards (4)

Lot 4181 – Sale Price: £1,200.00 (zero)

John Hill: 'The British Herbal: an history of plants and trees, natives of Britain, cultivated for use, or raised for beauty.', London, T. Osborne & J. Shipton et al, 1756, 1st edition, engraved vignette title, engraved allegorical frontispiece + 75 engraved plates as called for, folio (42.5 x 28cm), rebound (not recent) blind stamped calf gilt, oxblood morocco gilt title label to spine. A handsome copy of an important work by the botanist and polymath ''Sir'' John Hill, being one of the first publications to appear after the Species plantarum of 1753, the year internationally accepted as the starting-point for modern botanical nomenclature.

Lot 4182 – Sale Price: £2,300.00 (zero)

John Gerard: 'The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes. Gathered by John Gerarde of London, Master in Chirurgerie, very much enlarged and amended by Thomas Johnson, citizen and apothecarye of London', London, Adam Islip, Joice Norton & Richard Whitakers, 1636, re-issue of the 1633 edition (considered the best edition), engraved allegorical title (just trimmed at foot), plus 2,766 woodcut illustrations of plants (a very few of which neatly coloured or part coloured, folio, rebound blindstamped calf gilt, oxblood morocco gilt title label to spine, binders typed schedule of work dated 1986 loosely inserted (Peter Newbolt Ltd of Cambridge). An excellent copy of one of the most famous English herbals, by the barber-surgeon and herbalist John Gerard (1545-1612)

Lot 4183 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

Nicholas Culpepper: 'The English Physician enlarged with three hundred and sixty-nine Medicines, made of English Herbs', Gainsborough, Henry Mozley, 1813, 332pp, contemporary calf, crudely rebacked

Lot 4184 – Sale Price: £200.00 (zero)

Philip Henry Gosse: 'Omphalos: An Attempt to Untie the Geological Knot', London, J. Van Voorst, 1857, 1st edition, 56 wood engraved ills., xiii,376pp + [6]pp ads at end, original cloth gilt. Gosse, an English Naturalist, and inventor of the aquarium, was an ultra conservative Christian who rejected all evolutionary concepts, setting forth these views in 'Omphalos', published two years before Darwin's 'On the Origin of Species'

Lot 4185 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

Charles Darwin, two titles: 'The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex', London, Murray, 1882, 2nd edition revised and augmented, 15th thou., original publisher's cloth, 'Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries Visited during the Voyage...of H.M.S. Beagle', London, Murray, 1909, original publisher's cloth (2)

Lot 4186 – Sale Price: £240.00 (zero)

Charles Darwin: 'Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries visited during the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle', London, John Murray, 1860, tenth thousand, xv,[1],519pp, without adverts at end, 13 engravings in text as called for, near contemporary full tan calf gilt, spine gilt in compartments, all edges marbled. The final definitive text of Darwin's first published book, an important travel book in its own right, also influential in relation to the background of his evolutionary ideas

Lot 4188 – Sale Price: £38.00 (zero)

Francis Huber: 'Huber's Natural History of the Honey Bee', Thomas Tegg, 1841, new edition, coloured vignette title + 5 folding plates as called for, old half calf, rebacked, plus Alexander Humboldt: 'Personal Narrative of Travels to the Quinoctial Regions of America...1799-1804', Routledge, [nd], circa 1895, 3 volumes, uniform half calf gilt (4)

Lot 4189 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

''Acheta Domestica'': 'Episodes & Insect Life'. series 1-3 complete, 1849-1851, uniform original pictorial cloth gilt, colour plates (3)

Lot 4190 – Sale Price: £25.00 (zero)

'The new and complete vermin-killer; being an infallible directory for taking alive, destroying, and driving away, all four-footed, creeping, and winged vermin, destructive to mankind, dwelling-houses, gardens, etc.', London, Dean & Munday, [1825], 60pp, lacks frontis, later printed wraps

Lot 4191 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

SHIRE HORSE STUD BOOK 1916 - COMBE BANK, HINDRIDGE, SEVENOAKS, KENT, HEAVY HORSE Combe Bank Stud Catalogue 1916 Stud Farm owned by Robert L Mond Esq, album approx 19 x 13cm, photo of the house, page of stud fees from ?21 to ?5 5s Photos and blood line of 7 Shire Horses, plus 15 litho pages of letterpress. In 1907 Ludwig Mond had bought a large estate at Combe Bank near Sevenoaks. It was staffed by more than 50 servants, and had a laboratory installed. Scientific methods were applied to farming at Combe Bank where he became a pioneer in the production of pure milk from a selected herd of dairy cows. He also developed what became the best known stud of shire horses in the country. Original cloth, spine worn

Lot 4192 – Sale Price: £45.00 (zero)

Animal Medicine, Veterinary Remedies - A circa early 19th Century book of manuscript veterinary recipes, 51 pages of manuscript remedies for sick animals, mainly cattle, plus dogs, sheep and vermin control, cattle receipts include those for inflammation of the kidneys, for diarrhoea, for black water, fever, endemic cold or influenza, yellows or jaundice, inflammation of the brain, 'Black Garget', Colic, 'Staggers or Pertigo', plus how to extract a calf, how to extract the placenta after calving, 'The bite from Venemous Reptiles', mange, pneumonia, mange in dogs, 'To make rats and mice scabby', to kill rats or mice, to poison moles, to destroy weasels, to take a pole cat in a trap, to catch otter, some fishing bait receipts, some sheep receipts etc, book ends abruptly at m/s page 51, lacking leaves after, a/f contemporary half calf very worn, lacks lower board, top board detached, m/s title label to top board ''Thurlton'' [South Norfolk]

Lot 4193 – Sale Price: £180.00 (zero)

A collection of 31 titles on hunting, shooting, game-keeping, poaching, field sports, including [Thomas Thacker]: 'The Courser's Companion', Derby & London, Thomas Richardson, 1829, 1st edn, engraved frontis, ix, 200pp, original printed paper covered boards (worn), rebacked retaining part of orig. backstrip, A.R. Harding: 'Wolf and Coyote Trapping', Columbus OH, A.R. Harding, [1909], 1st edition, 252pp + [4]pp ads at end, Stonehenge (i.e. J.H. Walsh) : 'Manual of British Rural Sports', 1863, 6th edition, 30 engraved plates (of which 1 double page) as called for, rebound cloth gilt, new E.P's, Lt. Col.P. Hawker: 'Instructions to Young Sportsmen in all that relates to Guns & Shooting', 1859, 11th edition, frontis and 7 plates and ills in text as called for, xxviii, 548pp, old quarter morocco, later rebacked morocco gilt, Saxton Pope: 'Hunting with the Bow & Arrow', NY & London, 1925, 1st edition, 48 ills. on 23 full page plates as called for, original cloth gilt, Lord Walshingham: 'Hit & Miss, a book of Shooting Memories', 1927, 1st edition, 8 plates as called for, original cloth gilt, John Watson: 'Poachers and Poaching', 1891, 1st edition, frontis depicting lurchers, 327pp, original cloth gilt, plus 24 others (31)

Lot 4194 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

Ralph Frankland Payne-Gallwey, four titles: 'The Book of Duck Decoys', London, John Van Voorst, 1886, 1st edition, coloured litho frontis + 13 coloured litho plates as called for (of which 2 folding), half title, ad. leaf at end, 4to, original cloth gilt, 'The Fowler in Ireland: Or Notes on the Haunts and Habits of Wildfowl and Seafowl Including Instructions in the Art of Shooting and Capturing them', London, John Van Voorst, 1882, 1st edition, 17 plates + ills. in text by C. Whymper & others as called for, original cloth gilt, 'Letters to Young Shooters. First Series: On the Choice and Use of a Gun. Second Series: On the Production, Preservation, and Killing of Game. With Directions in Shooting Woodpigeons and Breaking in Retrievers. Third Series: A Short Natural History of British Wildfowl and Complete Directions in Shooting Wildfowl on the Coast and Inland', London, Longmans, 1892, 2nd edition, 1892, 1st edition, 1896, 1st edition, 3 volumes, black & white plates and ills. by Whymper, Millais, de Bree & the author as called for, uniform rebound cloth gilt, 'High Pheasants in Theory and Practice', London, Longmans, 1913, 1st edition, original quarter cloth gilt, scarce (6)

Lot 4196 – Sale Price: £140.00 (zero)

Twelve assorted sporting, shooting, wild-fowling titles, including Sydney H. Smith: 'Snowden Slights, Wildfowler', York, T.A.J. Waddington, 1912, 1st edition, very scarce title on the Yorkshire wildfowler, fisherman, and ''handyman'', Snowden Slights, of East Cottingwith, Yorkshire, content also includes a chapter on Birds of the Derwent Valley, etc, 2 full page illustrations as called for (of which 1 folding), as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt, Lt. Col. P. Hawker: 'Instructions to Young Sportsmen in all that relates to Guns and Shooting', London, Longman, 1844, 9th, final and best edition ,engraved frontis, engraved portrait + 26 engraved plates, 32pp ads at end, joint between frontis and title with old tape repair, recased retaining original cloth gilt, new EP's, Stonehenge [i.e. John Henry Walsh]: 'The Shotgun and Sporting Rifle & The Dogs, Ponies, Ferrets & Used with Them in the Various Kinds of Shooting and Trapping', London, Routledge, 1862, 2nd edition, frontis + 20 plates + numerous ills. in text as called for, rebound half calf gilt, inner joints reinforced, Stanley Duncan & Guy Thorne: 'The Complete Wildfowler', London, Grant Richards, 1911, 1st edition, coloured frontis + 64 b & w plates as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt (covers rubbed/slightly worn), Sir Peter Jeffrey Mackie: 'The Keeper's Book, a guide to the Duties of a Gamekeeper', Foulis, 1924, 12 coloured plates as called for, original quarter vellum gilt, Hugh Pollard & Frank Southgate: 'Wildfowl & Waders Nature & Sport in the Coastlands', London, Country Life, 1928, limited edition (189/950), numbered, 16 coloured plates as called for, large 4to, original quarter vellum, plus six others including Eric Parker, pigeon shooting etc (12)

Lot 4197 – Sale Price: £75.00 (zero)

Major Gerald Burrard: 'The Modern Shotgun', London, Herbert Jenkins, 1931-1932, 1st edition, 3 volumes, numerous plates & ills. as called for, uniform original blue cloth gilt, plus nine others on shotguns, firearms, gunmakers etc, including Blackmore: 'A Dictionary of London Gunmakers 1350-1850', 1986, 1st edition in dust wrapper, 'Boothroyds' Revised Directory of British Gunmakers', Sand Lake Press, 1997, 1st edition, original cloth, Neal & Back: 'The Mantons: Gunmakers', 1967, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (worn), plus 6 others (12)

Lot 4198 – Sale Price: £50.00 (zero)

A collection of aviation books from the collection of Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume, including 'Seventh International Aero Exhibition' Olympia, 1929, 324pp, catalogue, 2 folding charts, b&w plates, original pictorial wraps, scarce, plus 'The Aeronautical Directory of the World', London, Aeroplane & General Publishing Co., 1920, 208pp directory, original cloth gilt, printed slip with description stating this copy acquired from the private collection of Sir Fredrick Handley Page in 1957-58, + 23 others (25)

Lot 4199 – Sale Price: £360.00 (zero)

A good quantity of motoring titles, including 'The Motoring Montagus' 1959, 1st edition, signed by the author Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, Rivers Fletcher 'A Lifetime with Cars', 1995, 1st edition, signed, etc (2 boxes)

Lot 4200 – Sale Price: £22.00 (zero)

A large 1930's scrap album containing a large quantity of mounted pictorial cuttings of luxury motor cars of the period, including Daimler, Rolls-Royce, Hooper & Co Coachbuilders Ltd, Bentley, Siddeley, Lanchester, many of the cuttings adverts from Country Life, Vogue, The Autocar, The Sphere, and other magazines and periodicals of the 1930's, 195 pages in total, battered and worn cloth binding

Lot 4201 – Sale Price: £280.00 (zero)

Motor Racing, Stirling Moss, Graham Hill autographs etc, a collection of early 1970's Formula 1 programmes, including Brands Hatch Grand Prix of Europe programme, July 13-15 1972, signed by Stirling Moss (1929-2020), legendary British F1 driver, described as ''the greatest driver never to win the World Championship'', to front cover in blue ballpoint, plus signatures of 18 other drivers competing in the 1972 F1 World Championship to pages 26/27, all signed in blue ballpoint over or around their respective colour photo illustration, signatures comprise Graham Hill (1929-1975), double F1 World Champion, one of the greatest drivers of his generation, later team owner, killed at the controls of his light aircraft with other Embassy Hill team members returning from testing at Paul Ricard circuit, Ronnie Peterson (1944-1978), two time F1 Championship runner up, killed at 1978 Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Jackie Stewart (b.1939), three time F1 World Champion, instrumental in improving safety of motor racing, last surviving F1 World Champion from the 1960's, Niki Lauda (1949-2019), three time F1 World Champion, survivor of horrific 1976 Nurburgring crash, widely considered to be one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time, Denny Hulme (1936-1992), F1 Champion 1967, Mike Hailwood (1940-1981), competed in Grand Prix Motorcyle and F1 world Championships between the years 1958-1974, considered by many as one of the greatest racers of all time, died in a road traffic accident 1981, John Surtees (1934-2017), four time 500cc motorcycle World Champion and 1964 Formula 1 World Champion, remains only world Champion on two and four wheels, plus Peter Revson (1939-1974), killed testing before 1974 Kyalami GP, Emerson Fittipaldi (b.1946), Carlos Pace (1944-1977), Chris Amon (1943-2016), Andrea de Adamich, Jacky Ickx, Carlos Reutemann, Tim Schenken, Jean-Pierre Beltoise, Henri Pescarolo & Rolf Stommelen, original pictorial wraps, housed in original pictorial card sleeve together with promotional stickers and other material, entry list and lap chart etc, plus Brands Hatch Victory Race, October 24 1971 programme, signed by drivers Tim Schenken & Reine Wisell to upper cover (faint), and Howden Ganley (extremely faded, near completely), the race celebrating Jackie Stewart's World Championship victory, but was stopped on lap 15 following the fatal accident suffered by Swiss driver Jo Siffert, plus 5 other mainly F1 programmes Brands Hatch & Silverstone 1972-74 and 1 other 1983 (8)

Lot 4202 – Sale Price: £290.00 (zero)

A collection of 35+ cycling related books, including Beryl Burton & Colin Kirby: 'Personal Best - The Autobiography of Beryl Burton' 1986, 1st edition, signed by Beryl Burton, OBE, (1937-1996), legendary English racing cyclist, original cloth, dust wrapper, plus 'The George Moore Collection' 1979-1985, limited edition, (118/1000), 6 volumes, profusely illustrated with examples of his illustrations in Bicycling News 1880s-1890s etc, all in dust wrappers, plus others Major Taylor, Tommy Simpson, Bert Harris, Reg Harris etc

Lot 4203 – Sale Price: £100.00 (zero)

Thomas Stevens: 'Around the World on a Bicycle, From San Francisco to Teheran - From Teheran to Yokohama', London, 1887-1888, 1st edition, 2 volumes, coloured frontis to volume 1 (worn a/f some scribbling to frontis plus pp3 & 18), numerous other ills. as called for, volume 1 inner joint crudely reinforced, original pictorial cloth gilt (2)

Lot 4208 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

Royalty, British Royal Family interest, a collection of assorted press photographs (60, of which 4 duplicates), The Royal Commonwealth tour 1953/54 by Queen Elibath II & Prince Philip, including images in Australia, New Zealand, Malta, Gibraltar, Bermuda, Tonga, Tobruk, Fiji, Ceylon, and homecoming in London, various sizes, approx. 14.5 x 20.5cm-20.5 x 25cm (60)

Lot 4212 – Sale Price: £25.00 (zero)

Nine White Star Line shipping menu cards 1927-1929, S.S. ''Majestic'', ''Cedric'' & ''Regina'', breakfast & luncheon (9)

Lot 4214 – Sale Price: £240.00

A large early 20th Century leatherbound album compiled from a round the world journey, 1909-1910, much Australia content of which a good deal horse racing interest, and good quantity New Zealand interest, approx. 285 mounted photographs of mainly Australia, New Zealand & Japan, plus others Egypt, Aden, Ceylon, Hong Kong, China, Philippines, Canada etc, many captioned to card leaves beneath, plus pressed flower and plant specimens, cruise line menu cards and other items of ephemera (several signed, including one signed by Dame Nellie Melba), postcards, original sketches, relevant cuttings, programmes and ephemera, much of this content also relating to Australia. The album compiled by Ethel Mary Harker (1870-1938), of Harefield House, Pateley Bridge, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, member of the Harker family, who acquired wealth from the wool trade and became involved in banking and government. Content of album begins with journey on P & O line SS ''Marmora'', with mounted items including dance programme, some headed paper signed by other passengers, menu card from hotel in Colombo, Sri Lanka, various postcards Colombo & Port Said, 8 mounted photos Egypt, Aden, Sri Lanka, followed by Australia content, forming good quantity of content of album, approx 114 mounted photos of Australia, including several photos at Whernside mansion, Toorak, Melbourne, the property of Ethel Harker's aunt and uncle, Mary Miller, nee Harker (1848-1932), and her husband Mr Albert Miller (1845-1915), prominent members of Melbourne society, Albert Miller being a businessman, pastoralist, racehorse breeder and prominent supporter of the turf in Victoria, photos include Albert Miller horseriding, plus others horses, carriages, dogs, and the substantial two storey mansion property ''Whernside'', overleaf some mounted ephemera including signatures of Sir Henry Alan Currie (1868-1942), pastoralist, prominent member of Melbourne society who had a lifelong association with the Australian turf, racehorse trainer, breeder and member of the Victoria Racing Club, plus Colonel Arthur John Staughton and other signatures, other photographs, postcards and ephemera of australia including Warburton, Victoria; Bacchus Marsh; Melbourne botanical gardens; contemporary newspaper cuttings re a ballroom dance dinner hosted by Mrs Albert Miller at ''Whernside''; a mounted folding menu card with original watercolour sketch, plus several signature including Dame Nellie Melba (1861-1931), Australian soprano; large panoramic photo of Mount Elephant, Derrinallum; Langi Willi station, Linton, Victoria, of George Russell (1857-1914), esteemed member of Victorian society and the turf, with his signature and some other sigs; photo and sketches of Currandooley estate, Bungendore; photos and watercolour sketch menu card Yaralla mansion and Estate, Concord, Sydney, signature of Edith Walker and some other sigs; plus other photos, skecthes etc Camden Park, Menangle; Brisbane; Coochin Coochin, Boonah, Queensland; Neotsfield, Whittingham, G.N.R.; Widgeongully, Jugiong, N.S.W.; Trawalla, Victoria etc; approx 59 photos of New Zealand, including Bluff, South Island, River Oreti, Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu, Dart valley, Otago harbour, Manapauri, ''Maoris at a railway station, NZ'', expedition to Mt. Cook, cage river crossing, Waikato river, , Geyser at Wairaki, Maori children at Rotorua, Whakarewarewa Village, several pressed plant specimens of NZ throughout this section; approx 13 photos Hong Kong & China, including ''City of the Dead'', Canton, pagoda, city walls, river, temple, Canton; approx 7 photos Philippines; approx 47 photos Japan, including Kyoto, Nara, Nikko, Tokyo etc; approx 37 photos Canada, including Victoria BC, nountains, glaciers, Banff, Niagara etc, several pressed plant specimens throughout this section; the album approx 20 x 40cm, titled in gilt ''Round the World 1909-1910'' and monogrammed ''E.M.H.'' to upper cover, together with another album containing mounted photographs circa 1899 of Harker family home Harefield House, Pateley Bridge, plus others Arelen Court, Embley Park, etc, also with several family and friends signatures including Ethel Harker, William Harker etc, this album approx 31 x 44cm, old half calf gilt (worn) (2)

Lot 4215 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

Princess Louise, (later Duchess of Fife), daughter of Edward VII, three signed coloured litho Christmas cards (3)

Lot 4216 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

Princess Alice of Athlone (1883-1981), Grandchild of Queen Victoria, married Prince Alexander, brother of Queen Mary, four signed annotated Christmas cards, two with original envelopes (4)

Lot 4217 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

Princess Victoria Mary of Teck, (1867-1953), later Queen Mary, Autograph Letter Signed, headed with circular blue VM monogram surmounted by gilt crown, Drumlanrig Castle, Thornhill, 2nd October 1899, to Mrs Sarah Ellis, Lady in Waiting to (Queen) Mary, wife of Basil Pym Ellis, content re a visit to Mrs Ellis in London for Guild meeting later that month, 34 line ALS, with full typed transcript, further details available

Lot 4218 – Sale Price: £28.00 (zero)

A 1911 Christmas card signed by Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood (1897-1965), only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary, to Sarah Ellis, Lady in Waiting to Queen Mary, wife of Basil Pym Ellis, signed ''Mary 1911 York Cottage'' (York Cottage, Sandringham, Norfolk), with original envelope

Lot 4219 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

Warrant appointing a Knight Commander 1980, Reginald Louis Seconde (1922-2017), Order of St. Michael and St. George, printed signature of Elizabeth II, together with received telegram of congratulations from the Duke of Edinburgh, and reply telegram

Lot 4220 – Sale Price: £50.00 (zero)

Royalty, British Royal Family interest, eleven cards 1902-1953 to view Coronation processions, comprising Edward VII Coronation 1902 (4), George VI Coronation 1937 (3), Elizabeth II Coronation 1953 (4)

Lot 4221 – Sale Price: £95.00 (zero)

An 1894 Russian mourning telegram form to Queen Victoria, written and signed in the manuscript hand of the Prince of Wales (Edward VII), ''The Queen Windsor Castle Last account's of Nicky's brother but we must not believe accounts in newspapers. Many thanks for letter and presents for tomorrow Albert Edward'', this possibly referring to Nicky's (Nicholas II's) brother George, who died age 28 and whose poor health confined him to the Tsar's summer palace at Likani and so could not attend these events. Written and signed by Edward VII in pencil, telegraph form approx. 22 x 23cm

Lot 4222 – Sale Price: £1,500.00

A collection of 19th Century Cartes de Visite, Cabinet Cards, small quantity Autograph Letters Signed, many relating to notable persons of the period, 90+ CdV's including Charles Darwin (1809-1882); Robert Stevenson (1772-1850), engineer; David Livingstone (1813-1873), missionary, explorer; Henry Morton Stanley (1841-1904), journalist, explorer; Robert Moffat (1795-1883), missionary, daughter maried Livingstone; Henry Bessemer (1813-1898), inventor; Wilkie Collins (1824-1889), novelist, playwright; Michael Faraday (1791-1867), scientist; J.S. Mill (1806-1873), philosopher, politician; Samuel Morse (1791-1872), inventor, painter; Lord Macaulay (1800-1859), historian, politician, CdV plus fragment of Autograph Letter Signed; Leonard Courtney (1832-1918), politician; Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892, poet; Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870), writer; Alexandre Dumas fils (1824-1895), author, playwright; Alphonse Marie-Lamartine (1790-1869), author, statesman, Nadar CdV plus Autograph Letter Signed, 1843; Eugene Scribe (1791-1861), dramatist; Victor Hugo (1802-1885), writer; Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882), Italian patriot; Felice Orsini (1819-1858), Italian revolutionary who tried to assassinate Napoleon III; Birkett Foster; Gustave Dore, Edwin Landseer; Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881), writer; Lord Palmerston (1784-1865), statesman, CdV plus clipped signature; Charles Blondin (1824-1897), French acrobat, (3 Cartes de Visite depicting him, his son, him and family); plus assorted others including theatrical/humorous, a Manchester Football team circa 1870 etc, Cabinet Cards of Ellen Terry, William Gillette etc, plus 10 page ALS from Johnston Napier dated 1861, a time during which he was Gladstone's aide during his term as Chancellor of the Exchequer?; some items relating to the 19th Century Tichborne trial/claimant, including Arthur Orton (1834-1898), the ''Tichborne Claimant'', ALS dated 1873 thanking unnamed correspondent for a letter towards his defence, plus CdV of Orton; plus ticket admitting witnesses to the bench, signed by Tichborne trial judge Alexander Cockburn, 10th Baronet (1802-1880); plus CdV Lady Dowager Tichborne

Lot 4223 – Sale Price: £160.00

Approximately 30 19th Century and early 20th Century autograph letters signed, autograph postcards signed etc etc, including Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1853-1942), Egyptologist and Pioneering Archaeologist, ALS dated 7 July 1921; Louise Jopling (1843-1933), English painter of the Victorian era, prominent female artist of her generation, ALS dated 22nd Feb. 1894; Adam Sedgwick (1785-1873), British Geologist and Anglican Priest, one of the founders of modern geology, 2 page ALS 1852 and 1 page ALS 1868; Seymour Hicks (1871-1949), actor, manager, playwright, TLS 1896, Catherine Stephens, Countess of Essex (1794-1882), English operatic singer and actress, ALS; plus others Thomas Spring Rice (1849-1926), Henry Sutherland Edwards (1828-1906), Harold Boulton (1859-1935), George Tomline (1813-1889), 2x ALS, etc etc

Lot 4226 – Sale Price: £35.00 (zero)

E. Moses & Son promotional booklet, 1851, produced to coincide with Hyde Park 1851 Great Exhibition, 'The Exhibition for all Nations...E. Moses & Son, Tailors, Clothiers, Hatters, Woollen Drapers', 64pp printed booklet in English, German & French, draws parallels between the Exhibition and the firm, and goes on to describe the premises of E. Moses & Son, four in London, and in Sheffield and Bradford, plus extensive price lists of clothing, engraved title + 11 engraved illustrations of various premises of firm in Aldgate, Minories, New Oxford Street, Hart Street, Fargate Sheffield & Bridge Street Bradford, original stitched pictorial printed wraps

Lot 4227 – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

Seven items of ephemera relating to International Exhibitions 1851-1901, comprising Illustrated Notepaper, Great Exhibition 1851, with engraving of Crystal Palace Hyde park by C & E Layton (approx size of engraving 12 x 18cm); plus another engraving of Crystal Palace 1851 by Newman & Co; 1862 International Exhibition season ticket, and illustrated notepaper; World's Columbian Exhibition, Chicago, 1893, printed booklet: 'All the World at the Fair; Being Representatives of Thirty-seven Nationalities in Gala Costume', London, Hare & Co, [38pp, title page + 37 pages of coloured illustrations], original pictorial wraps; Glasgow International Exhibition, 1901, two season tickets (10.5 x 7.5cm unfolded) (7)

Lot 4229 – Sale Price: £190.00 (zero)

A packet of seventeen various Inn receipts, circa 1820's-1850's, all North of England, including Newcastle, West Auckland, Alnwick, Kendal, Carlisle, Durham, Darlington, Berwick-upon-Tweed etc, several with engraved vignette illustrations (17)

Lot 4230 – Sale Price: £35.00 (zero)

1930's Sketch book belonging to one Betty Gifford, almost certainly a young teenager, approx 25 pencil and watercolour drawings of young girls, mostly at play (dolls, playground, make-believe etc), original canvas covers

Lot 4231 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

An Edwardian commonplace album, circa 60 pages of manuscript entries, mainly poetry and prose excerpts, some pen & ink and watercolour sketches, full red leather gilt, all edges gilt

Lot 4232 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

A commonplace album circa 1880-1882, Stockwell College of Education (Teacher Training College in South London), 80+ pages of manuscript pen & ink entries, mainly extracts of poetry and prose and several sketches, including some pen, ink and watercolour, many of the entries signed by mainly female students, 4to (23 x 19cm), original cloth (covers slightly soiled)

Lot 4233 – Sale Price: £380.00 (zero)

A Second World War YMCA prisoner of war log book, Stalag Luft III, 100+ pages of entries including humorous pencil & pen, ink & watercolour sketches, pencil diary entries and drawn out calendars with daily remarks, lists of books read in POW camp, details of name, address, rank, P.O.W. numbers, where shot down etc., of various British & North American airmen held captive in the camp, some cuttings pasted in etc, this book belongs to page with pen & ink entry stating the owner as Lt. Russell G. Hanish 0-748407, Stalag Luft 3, with pencil beneath in a different hand stating ''Handed over to E. Reynolds, South Woodham, Essex'', many of the sketches signed by E. Reynolds & others, pencil diary entries also appear to be mainly in his hand, the YMCA wartime log itself a Canadian issue, original maple leaf design cloth (worn), some leaves loose. Stalag Luft III was a German camp for airforce servicemen located near Sagan (now Zagan, Poland). The site of the camp was selected for its sandy soil in an attempt to prevent escape by tunneling. Despite this it was the scene of two of the wars most famous escape plots by allied POW's, one in 1943 later portrayed in the fictionalised film 'The Wooden Horse', based on the book by escapee Eric Williams, and the second so called 'Great Escape' of March 1944, which became the basis of the fictionalised film 'The Great Escape', based on a book by Paul Brickhill

Lot 4235 – Sale Price: £140.00 (zero)

Colin Lunn: 'Norfolk Broads', London, Jarrold & Sons, [1891], 12 mounted photographic plates, each photograph approx size 10 x 15cm, 13pp letterpress + [1]pp adverts at end, oblong original blind stamped bevelled cloth gilt, mounted photographic illustration to top board. Sought after Broads book with real sepia photographs of Wroxham Bridge, Horning Ferry, Gorleston Harbour (2), Acle Regatta, Lowestoft Harbour (2), Hickling Broad, Gorleston Quay, St Benet's Abbey, Salhouse Broad and Heigham Sounds. From the library of the late Ron Fiske of Morningthorpe Manor, esteemed local historian, bibliophile and collector, with his bookplate to front pastedown and pencil notes FFEP

Lot 4238 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

A small collection of scarce/early Norfolk Geology and Natural History related titles, comprising J.W. Robberds Jnr: 'Geological and Historical Observations on the Eastern Vallies of Norfolk', Norwich, Bacon & Kinnebrook, 1826, 1st edition, folding plan frontis, 76pp + errata leaf, contemporary calf backed boards; F.W. Harmer: 'The Testimony of the Rocks in Norfolk. A Popular Description of the Geology of the County', London & Norwich, [1877], hand coloured folding geological section map from Hunstanton to Yarmouth, 38pp, original printed card covers; Lubbock: 'Observations on the fauna of Norfolk : and more particularly on the district of the Broads', Norwich, HW Stacy, 1848, engraved folding map, contemporary half calf gilt; plus 1879 new edition of same work, large folding map, original cloth gilt; F.W. Harmer: 'The Glacial Geology of Norfolk & Suffolk, with a contour map showing the distribution of the glacial deposits of East Anglia', Jarrold & Sons, 1910, contour map + 7 ills. of which 3 full page plates as called for, orig. pictorial boards; Browne: 'Notes and Letters on the Natural History of Norfolk', 1902, original cloth gilt; Meldola & White: 'Report on the East Anglian Earthquake of April 22nd, 1884', Essex Field Club, 1885, 4 maps (2 folding), + ills. in text as called for, original cloth gilt (7)

Lot 4240 – Sale Price: £50.00 (zero)

Sarah Martin: 'A Brief Sketch of the Life of the Late Miss Sarah Martin of Great Yarmouth: With Extracts from the Parliamentary Reports on Prisons; Her Own Prison Journals, &c.,&c', Yarmouth, C. Barber, 1844, 1st edition, 127pp, original cloth gilt. Sarah Martin (1791-1843), prison visitor; dressmaker and Sunday School teacher; visited the notorious Yarmoath gaol and workhouse; preached and gave instruction, 1819-1841; exerted great influence over the criminals; wrote poems and journals. Scarce

Lot 4241 – Sale Price: £210.00 (zero)

Two very scarce early Great Yarmouth Natural History titles, Benjamin T. Lowne: 'A Popular Natural History of Great Yarmouth and its Neighbourhood', Yarmouth, Nall, 1863, 1st edition, 62pp, original cloth gilt, all edges gilt, copy of James Edmund Harting (1841-1928), Ornithologist, with his signature to FFEP and bookplate to front pastedown; C.J. & James Paget: 'Sketch of the Natural History of Yarmouth', Yarmouth, F. Skill, 1834, 1st edition, 88pp, old paper covered boards (2)

Lot 4242 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

[Joshua Larwood]: 'Erratics: by a sailor; containing rambles in Norfolk, and elsewhere. In which are interspersed, some observations on the late attempts to revive the Cromwellian observance of the sabbath. Together with some hints on the present pernicious mode of burying the dead; and a remedy proposed.', D. Ogilvy, 1800, 1st edition, xii,180pp, original paper covered boards, worn, boards detached but present, textblock split. Scarce, by Joshua Larwood, Rector of Swanton Morley

Lot 4243 – Sale Price: £320.00 (zero)

Three very scarce 19th Century Great Yarmouth seafaring/maritime/maritime disaster related titles, comprising: 'Description of Beeching's Northumberland Prize Life Boat, Designed and Built by Beeching and Sons, Boat-Builders, &c., Great Yarmouth.', Yarmouth, L.A. Meall, 1852, lithograph frontis depicting Beeching life boats sailing and rowing in roaring sea, 18pp, old cloth, original blue printed wraps bound in, very scarce, no copies on Copac/Jisc, 1 copy only on Worldcat located in Brown University Library, Providence R.I., USA; ''A Southtown Resident'': 'Yarmouth Sands, A Descriptive and Tragic Poem; The Banks of the Yare, and Other Subjects in Verse.', Yarmouth, for the author by B. Gooch & Son, 1852, 1st edition, iv,80,iipp, preface states ''The principle subject in the miscellany now respectfully offered to the public, was suggested by a catastrophe which some years since, occurred off the Yarmouth shore, and which is yet generally, and painfully, remembered...'', original blindstamped cloth gilt, all edges gilt, no copies on copac or worldcat; Rev. Henry MacKenzie: 'Three Ballads: The Beachman's Tale, The Loss of the ''Phoenix'' Yawl, and the East-Anglian Maiden', Yarmouth, W.D. Burton, 1860, signed by author to dedication page, The Beachman's Tale ballad referring to the miraculous escape from shipwreck of Samuel Brock, Yarmouth beachman, in 1835, manuscript note by author at beginning stating ''..verse from the Story of Brock, previously published'', 21pp, some pencil annotations to text, old cloth gilt, scarce; plus 'The Norfolk Sea Floods February, 1938', reprinted from the 'Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society', vol.14 pt.4 1938, 334-390pp booklet, orig. printed wraps (4)

Lot 4244 – Sale Price: £50.00 (zero)

'The Caister Lifeboat Disaster, November 14th, 1901', rare supplement to the Yarmouth Mercury, Saturday November 23rd, 1901, pictorial top wrap illustrated by Arthur Henry Patterson, six illustrations from photographs by F.H. Sayers, oblong, lacks large part lower wrap, final advert page supplied in facsimile. Commemorating the 1901 disaster that saw 9 of the 12 crew of the Caister lifeboat Beauchamp killed, the response at the subsequent inquest from the retired Coxswain James Haylett was translated by journalists to become the famous phrase ''Caister men never turn back''; ''Never Turn Back'' was later to become a motto of the RNLI

Lot 4245 – Sale Price: £260.00 (zero)

Nine Yarmouth, Gorleston, Lowestoft & environs titles, including John Ives: 'Remarks Upon the Garianonum of the Romans: The Site and Remains Fixed and Described', Yarmouth, 1803, 2nd and best edition, engraved portrait frontis + 6 engraved plates (5 folding), as called for, contemporary marbled paper covered boards, later rebacked, scarce book about Gariannonum, the Roman Saxon Shore fort, usually identified as either Burgh Castle or the Roman fort at Caister-on-Sea; Frank Buckland: 'Report on the Fisheries of Norfolk, especially Crabs, Lobsters, Herrings and the Broads', 1875, 85pp, 4 plates, rebound modern quarter cloth; Dawson Turner: 'Sepulchral Reminiscences of a Market Town, as afforded by the list of Interments within the walls of the Parish Church of St. Nicholas, Great Yarmouth', Yarmouth, Charles Barber, 1848, inscribed presentation copy from Dawson Turner to John Henry Gurney Senior (1819-1890) on FFEP, inkstamped presentation copy verso half title, original cloth gilt, Joan Corder FSA bookplate; 'The Gorleston & Southtown Magazine', vol.1 numbers 1-21 (all published), January-June 1831 in one bound volume, etched plate of Gorleston Church by Edmund Girling at front, later index bound in at end, old half calf gilt; plus Crisp's History of Yarmouth, 3rd edition; R.H. Teasdel 'History of Gorleston', author's own copy with his signed bookplate at front; C.J. Palmer 'Booke of the Foundacion and Antiquitye of the Towne of Greate Yermouthe', 1847, orig. cloth gilt, rebacked; J.W. de Caux: 'Poetic Fancies', Yarmouth, Buckle, 1886, 95pp (9)

Lot 4246 – Sale Price: £240.00 (zero)

Arthur Henry Patterson, 2 scarce titles: 'Sea-side Scribblings for visitors; or, how to make the most of a holiday jaunt', London, Jarrold and Sons, [1887], 1st edition, 139pp + [5]pp adverts at end, original pictorial paper covered card wraps (laminated, generally preserving the condition of the notoriously brittle wraps), 'Broadland Scribblings: A Leisure- Hour Book for the Holidays', 1892, 1st edition, signed by author to title page, 7 plates (one of which with manuscript correction in Patterson's hand, changing Moorhen to ''coot'' and Plover to ''Dotterel'', rebound half calf gilt

Lot 4247 – Sale Price: £140.00 (zero)

Arthur Henry Patterson: 'Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them', London, L. Upcott Gill, 1888, 1st edition, 112pp + adverts at end dated 1887, original pictorial cloth silvered (slightly worn, professionally rebacked retaining original backstrip. Arthur Henry Patterson was a celebrated Norfolk Naturalist, born in a Yarmouth row as one of nine children, two of his many varied jobs included zookeeper and taxidermist. A very scarce title

Lot 4248 – Sale Price: £250.00 (zero)

Arthur Henry Patterson: 'Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them', London, L. Upcott Gill, circa 1893, 112pp + adverts at end dated 1893, original pictorial cloth gilt (VGC), author's copy, with his pictorial bookplate to front pastedown, formerly from the library of the late Ron Fiske of Morningthorpe Manor, esteemed local historian, bibliophile and collector, with his bookplate below Patterson's. Arthur Henry Patterson was a celebrated Norfolk Naturalist, born in a Yarmouth row as one of nine children, two of his many varied jobs included zookeeper and taxidermist. Author's copy of equally scarce second printing

Lot 4249 – Sale Price: £210.00 (zero)

Arthur Henry Patterson, 2 titles: 'Man and Nature On the Broads', [1895], 1st edition, two original pen and ink sketches by the author, each signed, verso FFEP and on dedication leaf, plus loosely inserted autograph note signed re the illustration of author in punt on p.107, stating it was the same punt in which he ''did the Broads'' in August 1919, the log of which appeared in the EDP the same month, in 18 chapters, original decorative green cloth, silver and gilt (VGC copy, unusual in green cloth, normally red or blue), all edges gilt, 'Rambles in Birdland', [1896], 1st edition, illustrations throughout, 127pp, 4to, original pictorial cloth gilt and silvered (2)

Lot 4250 – Sale Price: £220.00 (zero)

Arthur Henry Patterson: 'Rough Notes on the Fish & Fisheries of East Suffolk.', Great Yarmouth, John Buckle, 1910, for private circulation, copy 70 of a limited edition of 111 copies only, 3 photo plates, map & 12 plates after sketches, original roan backed printed paper covered boards; 'Catalogue of the Birds of Great Yarmouth. Giving a few descriptive notes, and dates when most of the rarer species were obtained', Great Yarmouth Printing Co Ltd, 1901, reprinted from The ''Zoologist'', for private circulation, limited edition (100), 12 illustrations as called for, original roan backed printed paper covered boards; J.H. Gurney Jnr: 'A Catalogue of the Birds of Norfolk', 1884, A.H. Patterson's copy, with his m/s note at foot of title page ''with addenda 1885 (see end)'' and blank leaf before addenda stating so in his m/s hand, very scarce offprint, Norfolk Library have only 1 copy and that without 1885 addenda, old calf gilt, interleaved with many blank leaves; 'The Naturalists' Journal Incorporated with which is the Naturalists' Guide', Huddersfield, 1901, pages 131-133 & 149-153 A.H. Patterson ''From the log of the Moorhen'' content, old cloth gilt; 'The Field Club: A Magazine of General Natural History', [1890-93], 4 volumes bound in 2 (all published), vol.4 pages 92-93 A.H. Patterson ''A Rare Fish'', uniform contemporary cloth gilt (6)

Lot 4251 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

Arthur Henry Patterson, 4 titles with original sketch/signed/signed and inscribed, comprising Connell: 'The Confessions of a Poacher', [nd], original pen & ink sketch of a Lapwing to first blank by Patterson, signed in initials & dated 1929, recased with original pictorial covers laid down on cloth; 'From Hayloft to Temple', 1903, 1st edition, signed & inscribed by Patterson on FFEP to his friend Arthur Hines and dated July 3rd 1926, original cloth gilt; 'Through Broadland in a Breydon Punt', Norwich, H.J. Vince, 1920, 1st edition, signed ''John Knowlittle'' to dedication page, original cloth gilt; 'Hammer and File. By a son of the workshop', 1914, 1st edition, inscribed ''To my esteemed friend A.H. Patterson'' on title page, original cloth gilt (4)

Lot 4252 – Sale Price: £140.00 (zero)

Arthur Henry Patterson, a collection of fourteen titles, including: 'Wild Life on a Norfolk Estuary', Methuen, 1907, 1st edition, black & white plates as called for, original cloth gilt, bookplate of Edward Ernest Palmer (Palmers Department Store, Yarmouth - Patterson worked in warehouse), 'In Norfolk Bird Haunts in A.D. 1755', 1930, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (with small part losses, but scarce in wrapper), 'The Cruise of the Walrus', 1923, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (worn, part losses, but scarce in wrapper), 'Wild-Fowlers and Poachers Fifty Years on the East Coast', 1929, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, 'A Norfolk Naturalist', 1930, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, 'Nature in Eastern Norfolk', 1905, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, plus another 1905 1st of same title in contemporary full morocco gilt prize binding, spine gilt in compartments, all edges gilt, 'Man and Nature on Tidal Waters', 1909, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, 'Rough Sketches of Bird-Life', 1985, facsimile limited edition (23/250), numbered and signed by the Publisher David Ferrow and the Norfolk Naturalist Ted Ellis (1909-1986), original half calf gilt, plus 5 others (14)

Lot 4253 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

C.A. Campling: 'The Log of ''The Stranger.'' A Cruise on The Broads of Norfolk', Beccles, 1871, 1st edition, Author's signed and inscribed presentation copy, ''Mr Robert Norman with C.A. Campling's Compliments May 31/1873'', original blindstamped cloth gilt, the first book to deal solely with a cruise on The Broads, scarce, not on Copac; J.F. Mostyn Clarke: 'Three weeks in Norfolk : being a portion of the ''Rover's'' log', London, Wyman, 1887, 1st edition, 9 full page black and white plates as called for, original blind stamped cloth gilt. Attractively illustrated tale of a Broads boating trip by the writer and his artist friend starting from Yarmouth, on the yacht Rover, skippered by a local whose conduct left much to be desired, with several pages devoted to the altercations leading to the visitors' abandonment of him. Very scarce (2)

Lot 4254 – Sale Price: £190.00 (zero)

[Charles Coleman Laing] : A Week on The Bure, Ant, and Thurne', 1895 ''privately printed'', limited edition (this copy numbered 26), signed and inscribed by author on FFEP and dated 1895, also with ownership signature of Herbert Woods (1891-1954), founder of the Herbert Woods boatyard of Potter Heigham in 1929 and designer of the revolutionary Broads light Cruiser 'Speed of Light', 4 plates plus map as called for, 58pp + epilogue, original cloth gilt. An account of a Broads boating trip aboard the ''May Fly''. One copy only on Copac, signed association copy of a scarce title

Lot 4255 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

J.F. Mostyn Clarke: 'Three weeks in Norfolk : being a portion of the ''Rover's'' log', London, Wyman, 1887, 1st edition, 9 full page black and white plates as called for, original printed wraps. Attractively illustrated tale of a Broads boating trip by the writer and his artist friend starting from Yarmouth, on the yacht Rover, skippered by a local whose conduct left much to be desired, with several pages devoted to the altercations leading to the visitors' abandonment of him. Very scarce, particularly in original wraps; Ernest Tunbridge: 'High Jinks: A Yarn of the Norfolk Broads', [1891], 1st edition, original printed card wraps (worn); ''Blue Peter'': 'A week in a wherry on the Norfolk Broads. By ''Blue Peter,'' Illustrated by the purser.', London, Leadenhall Press, [1890], 1st edition, 12 plates as called for, 10pp + 14pp publishers adverts at end, an account of a Broads cruise on ''The Kate'', original cloth gilt, top edge gilt, formerly the copy of Ron Fiske, with his pencil notes on FFEP (3)

Lot 4257 – Sale Price: £180.00 (zero)

Eleven Broadland related titles, comprising Ernest Suffling 3 titles: 'The Land of the Broads', London, L. Upcott Gill, [1885], 1st edition, folding map, original pictorial card wraps (scarce in wraps), 'The History and Legends of the Broad District', circa 1890, original pictorial card wraps, 'How to Organize a Cruise on the Broads', [1897], 1st edition, folding map, original pictorial cloth gilt (VGC); H.M. Leathes, 2 titles: 'Unnatural Natural History Notes', [1884], 1st edition, original card wraps, rebacked (scarce), 'Rough Notes on Natural History in Norfolk & The Eastern Counties', [1890], 1st edition, original pictorial card wraps; rev. G.N. Godwin: 'Marshland, Bure, & Thurne', circa 1895, folding map, 22pp + [2]pp ads at end, original printed wraps; Warner: 'Holiday Tramps Through Picturesque England and Wales', [nd], scarce, includes an extensive account of a cruise on the Broads (pp259-313, with folding map), original cloth; 'The Way About Norfolk & Suffolk', [1893], folding map, frontis, scarce, ex Ron Fiske with his bookplate, original cloth gilt, plus 3 others (11)

Lot 4258 – Sale Price: £300.00 (zero)

Ten titles on fishing, many relating to fishing in Norfolk, including A.J. Rudd: 'The Illustrated Guide to Fishing in Norfolk Waters', 1896, inscribed by author to half title, folding map, original cloth gilt (VGC), plus later edition of same work, red cloth with mounted illustration to top wrap; Robert Moll: 'The Illustrated Guide to FIshing in Norfolk Waters', 1889, 1st edition, folding map etc, orig. printed wraps (worn), plus an 1893 4th edition of same work, rebound cloth, orig paper wraps covers laid down; Captain St. John Dick: 'Flies and Fly Fishing', London, 1873, 1st edition, original pictorial cloth gilt; Bazley: 'Great Northern Railway - Guide to Angling Resorts', 1909, orig. cloth backed pictorial boards (worn); John Greville Fennell: 'The Rail and the Rod; or Tourist-Angler's Guide', 1867, three parts in 1 volume, orig. blindstamped cloth gilt; Bazley 'Fishing Stunts', 1919; J.H. Keene: 'Fishing Tackle', Ward Lock, [1886], orig. pictorial cloth gilt, etc (10)

Lot 4259 – Sale Price: £140.00 (zero)

A small collection of scarce Norfolk books, booklets, pamphlets etc, including C.M. Nichols: 'Two Norfolk Idylls', 1887, 1st edition, 8 etched plates, original pictorial wraps; William Cole: 'A Poetical Sketch of the Norwich & Lowestoft Navigation Works', for the author, 1833, folding map, 30pp + [2]pp ads at end, orig. printed card wraps; Willoughby Jones: 'The Arterial Drainage of Norfolk', 1868, inscribed by author, coloured map, 20pp, original stitched printed wraps; Charles Green: 'The History, Antiquities, & Geology, of Bacton, in Norfolk', 1842, plates (some folding), old cloth crudely rebacked; two folding hand coloured maps/charts of East coast 'Yarmouth Haven From a Plan by Commr. Spencer Smyth 1845' & 'Part of Norfolk Shewing the Norwich and Beccles Navigations 1846', plus 2 other booklets (10)

Lot 4260 – Sale Price: £48.00 (zero)

Approx 35 Norfolk Broads & East Anglia related books and booklets, including Tate 'East Coast Scenery', 1899, Ron Fiske bookplate; Lindley 'Seaside and Countryside by the Great Eastern Railway', GER booklet circa early 20th Century, numerous colour plates; Berlyn 'Sunrise Land' etc

Lot 4261 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

A collection of approx 20 Norfolk Broads related titles, including Payne Jennings: 'Sun Pictures of the Norfolk Broads' & 'Photo Pictures in East Anglia', Dodd: 'On the Broads'; Everitt 'Broadland Sport'; Ready 'Life and Sport on the Norfolk Broads'; Hugh Money-Coutts 'The Broads 1919'; Ayrton 'Pen and Pencil Sketches in Norfolk and Suffolk', Beccles, William Clowes printer, [nd], circa 1911, 8 coloured plates tipped onto card leaves housed in portfolio at end, 13pp letterpress, oblong, original boards, mounted illustration to top board; 'Norfolk Broads Holidays Afloat' 1937 Blake's catalogue, oblong, original pictorial wraps, etc etc

Lot 4262 – Sale Price: £210.00 (zero)

A collection of 30+ Norfolk Broads, yachting & motor cruising books, booklets and guides, circa late 19th-early 20th Century, including George Christopher Davies, Ernest Suffling, Harry Brittain, Jarrolds' Holiday Series, S.J. Housley, Jack & Leo Robinson, Rudolph de Salis, Stanley Bell etc

Lot 4263 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

Walter Rye, twenty three East Anglia history titles, including 'The Murder of Amy Robsart. A Brief for the Prosecution', London & Norwich, 1885, 1st edition, 91pp, paper wraps with m/s title to top wrap, original lower wrap present at end. Scarce book on Amy Dudley (nee Robsart) (1532-1560), heiress of Sir John Robsart of Syderstone, Norfolk. Her death by falling down a flight of stairs has often been regarded as suspicious, and caused a scandal at the time, despite the inquest's outcome, her husband Robert Dudley was widely suspected to have orchestrated his wife's demise, a view not shared by most modern historians; 'Some Early English Inscriptions in Norfolk', [nd], limited edition (61/375), numbered and signed by the author, original cloth, dust wrapper; 'Norwich Castle', Holt, 1921, 100 copies printed for subscribers only, folding map, 57pp, original printed wraps; 'A Month on the Norfolk Broads on board the Wherry, ''Zoe'', and its Tender, the Tub, ''Lotus'', [1887], 1st edition, 3 folding maps, original pictorial boards (worn); 'Songs, Stories and Sayings of Norfolk', 1897; 'Pedes Finium: Or Fines, Relating to the County of Norfolk', 1881, half calf gilt, plus 17 others (23)

Lot 4264 – Sale Price: £60.00 (zero)

Thirteen Norfolk interest titles, including 'A Compleat History of Norfolk', T. Cox, 1730, excerpt from 'Magna Britannia', folding map backed onto linen, pp.251-457, ownership signature ''F.H. Barclay [Northrepps] Oct. 1894'' to first blank, contemporary calf, rebacked (not recent), bookplate Warren R. Dawson F.S.A. and typed letter signed addressed to him from Norwich City Librarian George Hayward dated 1936 tipped in; plus Rye: 'Recreations of a Norfolk Antiquary', 1920; 'Hunt & Co's East Norfolk &c. Directory', 1850; ''J.G. Harrod & Co's Posta;l & Commercial Directory of Norfolk', 1863; Arthur Young: 'A Six Weeks Tour Through the Southern Counties of England & Wales', 1769, 2nd edition, lacks map, rebound half calf gilt, new EP's, plus others George Christopher Davies, King's Lynn, Wymondham Church etc (13)

Lot 4265 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

A collection of Norfolk Broads related titles, including Payne Jennings: 'Sun Pictures of the Norfolk Broads', circa 1892, 2nd edition, 99 ills. from photos as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt (VGC), 'Pictures in Colour of the Norfolk Broads', Jarrold and Sons, [1905], 50 coloured illustrations as called for, lacks FFEP, 4to, original two tone cloth gilt with mounted colour illustration to top board, publishers slip tipped in at end, 'Blake's Norfolk Broads Holidays Afloat', limited edition facsimile of 1947 catalogue (450/1500), in orig. card sleeve, plus Ernest Suffling: 'The Land of the Broads', 2 copies, Annie Berlyn: 'Sunrise-Land', 1894, original pictorial cloth, George Christopher Davies: 'The Swan and Her Crew', c.1885, 5th edition, original pictorial cloth gilt, lacks FFEP, 'The Handbook to the Rivers & Broads of Norfolk & Suffolk', 18th edition & 37th edition (both with faults), Harry Brittain: 'Rambles in East Anglia', two 1897 3rd edition copies, each orig. pictorial cloth gilt, plus 1 other (12)

Lot 4267 – Sale Price: £90.00 (zero)

A small collection of Great Yarmouth local history titles, including Paul P. Davies, 5 titles, all self published in Great Yarmouth: 'St. Nicholas' Church Great Yarmouth', 2007, signed & inscribed to title page, numerous illustrations throughout, original pictorial wraps; 'Stories Behind the Stones. The Churchyard and the Old and New Cemeteries at Great Yarmouth', 2008, signed & inscribed, numerous illustrations throughout, original pictorial boards; 'History of Medicine in Great Yarmouth. Hospitals and Doctors', 2003, signed & inscribed, numerous illustrations throughout, original pictorial boards; 'The Beach & Harbour Mission The Beachmen's Church St John's Church Great Yarmouth', 2011, signed & inscribed, 'Excerpt from Great Yarmouth Sailors' Home Log Book 1861-1864', 2011, signed & inscribed, each original wraps, plus T. Barker: 'Transport in Great Yarmouth 1902-1953', 1980-[1986], 3 volumes, original pictorial boards, plus 1 other (9)

Lot 4268 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

Charles John Palmer: 'The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth, with Gorleston & Southtown', Yarmouth, George Nall, 1872-1875, 1st edition, 3 volumes, 121 plates of which 2 folding and 3 coloured as called for, uniform contemporary half calf gilt, vol 2 upper board and vol 3 lower board slightly loose, vol 1 with ownership signature of George William Giles (1840-1898), Great Yarmouth, 1872, ''Diboll Bookbinder Great Yarmouth'' tickets at rear of vols 1 & 3 (3)

Lot 4269 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

A collection of books, guidebooks and booklets/ephemera on Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft & environs, including 'The Yarmouth Guide', Yarmouth, F. Skill, 1839, engraved frontis and vignette title, 155pp + [3]pp ads at end, original cloth gilt, plus William Cobb: 'The guide to Great Yarmouth: containing its early history, and a succint account of the public buildings and other objects of interest in the town and neighbourhood', Yarmouth, W.M. Cobb, [1862], 10th edition revised, 30 illustrations including folding plan as called for, original cloth gilt, plus 'The Lowestoft guide: containing a descriptive account of Lowestoft and its environs. By a lady. Embellished with engravings', Yarmouth, W. Alexander, 1812, frontis + 5 plates, errata slip, old quarter calf gilt, scarce, plus Finch-Crisp: 'Chronological Retrospect of the History of Yarmouth', [1884], 3rd edition, original cloth gilt, plus Charles Parkin: 'The history of Great Yarmouth: Collected from antient records, and other authentic materials', Lynn, 1776, engraved folding prospect of Yarmouth, 412pp, old calf worn, plus Charles John Palmer: 'The history of Great Yarmouth, designed as a continuation of Manship's history of that town', 1856, frontis + 8 plates as called for, ex Lowestoft College library, orig. quarter calf gilt (worn), plus F. Danby Palmer: 'A Yarmouth Yarn', 1895, orig. printed wraps, plus M.J. Armstrong: 'History & Antiquities of the County of Norfolk', 1781, volume IV Flegg & Forehoe, pp64-226 contains a history of Great Yarmouth, rebound (not recent) cloth gilt, plus ten other books/booklets, including earlier 20th Century booklets for Arnolds department store King Street & Regent Street; The Market Row & Broad Row etc (18)

Lot 4270 – Sale Price: £100.00 (zero)

Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft & environs view albums etc, including Alfred William Yallop: 'In and About Ancient Yarmouth', 1905, limited edition (25/250), numbered, 96 plates as called for, 2 plates at end with marginal part losses and laid down on card, oblong 4to, original decortaive cloth gilt, new EP's, inner joints reinforced, plus 'The Album of Great Yarmouth Views', circa 1900, printed in Germany, 26 views on 10 folding concertina leaves, oblong, orig. cloth backed decorative gilt boards (22 x 32cm), '32 Views of Great Yarmouth & District', Callcutt & Beavis, c.1900, orig. boards gilt (17 x 23cm), 'Rock's Royal Cabinet Album of Lowestoft', London, Rock Brothers, c.1900, 12 folding concertina leaves of views, orig. cloth backed pictorial boards gilt (19 x 15cm), plus other view albums Jarrold & Sons, Valentine & Sons, Brown & Rawcliffe 'The Camera Series' etc (11)

Lot 4271 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

Three scarce 19th Century Great Yarmouth works in pamphlet/booklet form, comprising [James Spilling], 2 titles: ''Arry & 'Arriett at Yarmouth. A Tale About Norfolk Dumplings', London, Jarrolds, circa 1880, 45th thou., 29,[3]pp, original stitched pictorial printed wraps (top wrap near detached and slightly chipped); 'Johnny and Jenny: Their Wonderings and Wanderings on the Way to Lowestoft.', London, Jarrold & Sons, circa 1880, 12th thou., 90,[6]pp, original pictorial printed wraps (chipped, bottom wrap detached but present); plus [Caroline Johanna Remlap]: 'Our Visit to Yarmouth in 1871. Extracted from the Journal of a Young Lady.', Great Yarmouth, George Nall, 1872, 36pp, original printed wraps reinforced with brown tape to extremities; plus John William De Caux, three 19th Century fishing industry related titles, including 2 very scarce fictional pamphlets: 'The Silver Ticket, or, Love in Bloaterland : A Farce', Great Yarmouth, William Dinzey Burton; London, Hamilton, Adams & Co, 1860, 23pp, original stitched printed wraps; 'The Cruise of the ''Bunch of Roses,'' a tale of fisher-life at sea. [In verse.]', Great Yarmouth, A. & W. Huke; London, Simpkin & Co [1887], 3 full page engraved illustrations, original printed wraps (VGC); 'The herring and the herring fishery : with chapters on fishes and fishing, and our sea fisheries in the future', London & Norwich, 1881, viii,159,[4]pp, original cloth gilt (6)

Lot 4272 – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

Thomas Lound: 'Thomas Lound, 1802-1861, Etchings and Drypoints; A Set of New Impressions', Devizes, Robin Garton Ltd, 1997, nine original prints of Norfolk Scenes, a set of new impressions from the plates, limited edition, one of 35 sets from an edition of 75, this copy numbered 72, stitched wraps booklet and 9 tissue guarded plates housed in original quarter calf gilt folder and slipcase by Smith Settle

Lot 4273 – Sale Price: £200.00 (zero)

Henry Davy (1793-1865), a bound volume containing 35 etched plates of Suffolk, from 'A Series of Etchings Illustrative of the Architectural Antiquities of Suffolk', the plates variously dated 1819-1823, including Framlingham Castle, Laxfield Church, Bury St Edmunds, Eye Church, Wingfield Castle, Leiston Abbey, Redisham Church, Orford Castle etc, ownership signature of Rev'd M.G. Edgar, 1823, of The Red House estate, Ipswich, Suffolk, underneath signature of Mrs [Elizabeth] Edgar, 1842 (2nd wife of M.G. Edgar), folio, recased half calf retaining contemporary marbled paper covered boards, bookplates, of Frederick Arthur Crisp (1851-1922) of Little Weham, Suffolk, and Anthony Copsey, of Sparrowes Nest, Ipswich, to front pastedown, old manuscript list of plates tipped in to front paper, m/s pencil note ''N.B. Red House Binding'' above

Lot 4274 – Sale Price: £550.00 (zero)

John Sell Cotman: 'Specimens of Architectural Remains in Various Counties of England, but principally in Norfolk, with descriptive notices by Dawson Turner and Architectural Observations by Thomas Rickman', London, Henry G. Bohn, 1838, 4 series in 2 volumes, engraved portrait, engraved dedication plate, two added engraved title pages and 190 engraved plates as called for (Architectural Antiquities of Norfolk, A Series of Etchings, 60; Specimens of Norman & Gothic Remains in Norfolk, 50; Castellated & Ecclesiastical Remains in Norfolk, 50; Architectural Remains in York, Cambridge, Suffolk, Lincoln, Essex, North Wales, 30), series 1 slight marginal damp staining to series 2-4 persistent damp staining, mainly marginal but also affecting plates, large folio, old half Morocco gilt, slightly worn and some staining to boards, top edges gilt (2)

Lot 4275 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

John Sell Cotman: 'Engravings of the most remarkable of the Sepulchral Brasses in Norfolk; Tending to Illustrate the Ecclesiastical, Military and Civil Costume of Former Ages, as well as to preserve memorials of the most Ancient Families in that County', London, Norwich & Yarmouth, 1819, 1st edition, 113 etched plates, majority hand coloured with a green wash, some folding, recased calf retaining contemporary diced and tooled calf gilt to upper and lower boards, armorial bookplate of Sir Thomas Gage, Hengrave Hall, Suffolk, to front pastedown, all edges gilt, plus Farrer 'Monumental Brasses in Suffolk', 1903, 1st edition, 10 coloured plates, rebound half calf gilt, Joan Corder FSA book label (2)

Lot 4276 – Sale Price: £170.00 (zero)

James Bentham: 'The History and Antiquities of the Conventual and Cathedral Church of Ely', Cambridge, Oxford & London, 1771, 1st edition, 2 volumes in 1, continuous pagination, 50 engraved plates as called for, several folding (plates 2 & 3 headpiece vignette illustrations, plates 48, 49 and 50 on one folding leaf), vii, 292 + 70pp, large 4t0, contemporary calf gilt, all edges gilt

Lot 4277 – Sale Price: £380.00 (zero)

W.A. Copinger: 'The Manors of Suffolk Notes on their History and Devolution', 1905-1911, 7 volumes, volume 1 London, T. Fisher Unwin, 1905, ''trial volume'', dark blue cloth gilt, bookplate of Francis Saxham Elwes Drury to front pastedown, volumes 2-7 uniform original blue cloth gilt, vol 2 cloth affected by damp staining (7)

Lot 4278 – Sale Price: £190.00 (zero)

W.A. Copinger, 2 titles: 'History of the Parish of Buxhall in the County of Suffolk', London, H. Sotheran, 1902, 1st edition, 24 plates and folding map as called for, large 4to, original cloth gilt, top edge gilt, 'County of Suffolk, Its History as Disclosed by Existing Records and Other Documents, being Materials for... The History of Suffolk, London, Henry Sotheran, 1904-05, 5 volumes, plus index volume compiled H.B. Copinger, Manchester, 1907, uniform original cloth gilt, top edges gilt (7)

Lot 4278A – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

Richard & The Rev. William Yates: 'An illustration of the monastic history and antiquities of the town and abbey of St. Edmund's Bury : with views of the most considerable monasterial remains.', London, 1805, 1st edition, 15 engraved plates as called for, including the stained glass panel of St. Edmund's Head, East & West views of the Abbey Gate, plan of Abbey Church, Norman Tower, St. Petronilla's Hospital, Seals & Stone Carvings etc, list of subscribers, 4to, contemporary half calf worn, upper joint with external tape reinforcement

Lot 4279 – Sale Price: £28.00 (zero)

Rev. Richard Cobbold, 3 titles: 'The History of Margaret Catchpole, A Suffolk Girl', London, Henry Colburn, 1846, 3rd edition, frontis + 7 engraved plates as called for, contemporary half calf, plates and leaves very clean, binding tight and sound, a VGC copy for age, Margaret Catchpole (1762-1819) spent her early life on farms in Suffolk, and was sentenced to death in 1797 for horse stealing. This sentence was com,muted to transportation for seven years, and then for life following her escape and recapture. Arriving in Sydney in December 1801, she worked as a cook and helper, and spent the rest of her life in Sydney where she kept a small store and worked as a midwife and nurse following her pardon in 1814, plus 'The Suffolk Gipsy. Containing the Real History of John H. Steggall', London, Ward Lock, circa 1856, 320pp, orig. cloth gilt, plus 'Freston Tower: A Tale of the Times of Cardinal Wolsey', London & Ipswich, circa 1856, engraved frontis, added engraved title page, 303,[1]pp, rebound cloth gilt (3)

Lot 4280 – Sale Price: £190.00 (zero)

Robert Hawes & Robert Loder: 'The History of Framlingham, in the County of Suffolk', Woodbridge, 1798, limited edition, (250), 10 engraved plates as called for, 4to, attractively rebound modern half calf gilt, plus R. Green: 'The History, Topography, and Antiquities, of Framlingham, Woodbridge, Ipswich etc, 1834, engraved frontis and 3 maps/ plans on 1 folding leaf, old half calf gilt, plus Edward Clay: 'A History and Description of Framlingham Church (lacks frontis) 142, [2]pp, attractively rebound modern half calf gilt, plus James Bird: 'Framlingham, A Narrative of the Castle In Four Cantos', London, 1831, engraved frontis, 181 [2] pp, contemporary morocco gilt (4)

Lot 4281 – Sale Price: £210.00 (zero)

Edward Moor: 'Suffolk Words and Phrases' Or, An Attempt to Collect the Lingual Localisms of that County', Woodbridge, J. Loder, 1823, 1st edition, signed and inscribed by the author to front end paper, contemporary boards, later rebacked, printed label to spine, bookplate of Rev'd Edward Constable Alton (1816 - 1871), curate of Cransford, resided at the Guildhall, Framlingham, and patron of Derington, Edward Moor (1771 - 1848), was a British soldier and Indologist, who retired to Great Bealings, Suffolk, in 1806, plus Rev. Forby: 'The Vocabulary of East Anglia', London, Nichols, 1830, 1st edition, 2 volumes, rebacked retaining contemporary cloth, later printed labels to spines, plus W.W. Skent: 'The Place-Names of Suffolk', Cambridge, 1913, 132pp, old half calf gilt, original wraps bound in at end, plus 'Suffolk Green Books', 4 volumes, comprising 'Suffolk in 1327. Subsidy Return', 1906, 'Suffolk in 1524. Subsidy Return', 1910, 'Suffolk in 1674 The Hearth Tax', 1905, 'Suffolk in 1568. Subsidy Return', 1909, uniform original green cloth gilt (8)

Lot 4282 – Sale Price: £75.00 (zero)

[Arthur Young]: 'General View of the Agriculture of the County of Suffolk', London, 1797, 2nd and fullest edition, engraved folding hand coloured map and two engraved folding plates as called for, contemporary calf, rebacked retaining backstrip, later Morocco gilt labels, plus William & Hugh Raynbird: 'On the Agriculture of Suffolk', London, 1849, folding map and illustrations in text as called for, original cloth gilt, plus Robert Bloomfield: 'The Farmer's Boy; A Rural Poem', 1803, 7th edition, contemporary calf, plus Rider Haggard: 'A Farmer's Year', 1899, new impression, original cloth gilt (4)

Lot 4283 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

H.R. Barker: 'East Suffolk, Illustrated', Bury St. Edmund's, Pawsey, 1908, 1st edition, 566 illustrations from photos, 4to, fine half morocco gilt, plus H.M. Doughty: 'Chronicles of Theberton', 1910, 1st edition, inscribed by author to front pastedown, original cloth gilt, plus C.H. Evelyn White: 'The Journal of William Dowsing', Ipswich, 1885, new edition, original cloth gilt, William Dowsing (1596-1668) was a notable iconoclast, born in Laxfield, Suffolk, and mainly active in East Anglia, plus W. Holland: 'Cratfield Parish Papers', [1895], original cloth gilt, contemporary typed letter signed by Jarrolds the publisher loosely inserted, plus Kelsale & Carlton Parish Register, 245,46pp, [nd], circa 1900, contemporary cloth gilt, Joan Corder FSA book label and some m/s notes at front, plus 3 others relating to Benhall, Ufford & Middleton (8)

Lot 4284 – Sale Price: £75.00 (zero)

Blything Union Committee (published): 'An Official Account of the Parochial Charities, and Public Trust Funds, Belonging to each Parish, in the Blything Union', Halesworth, T. Tippell, 1838, xxx,134,24pp, folding table, interleaved copy with some 19th Century m/s notes, contemporary full calf gilt, plus [John Hugman]: 'Original Poems, in the moral, heroic, pathetic, and other styles', Halesworth, T. Tippell, 1828, 8th edition, 42pp, orig. paper covered boards, plus T.S. Hill :The Registers of the Parish of Bramfield', London, 1894, contemporary cloth gilt, Joan Corder FSA book label & S.F. Watson bookplate to front paste down, plus Janet Becker: 'BLythburgh, an Essay on the Village and its Church', Halesworth Press, 1935, rebound green morocco backed boards gilt, bookplate of A.T. Copsey, Ipswich, plus one other on Henham with A.T. Copsey bookplate (5)

Lot 4285 – Sale Price: £270.00 (zero)

Reverend Alfred Suckling: 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Suffolk', London, John Weale, 1846-48, 1st edition, 2 volumes, 48 plates (of which several coloured and many tinted litho) + folding pedigree + numerous other pedigrees, vignettes, seals etc, large 4to, old half calf gilt, inner joints reinforced, armorial bookplates to front pastedowns, original printed wraps for the 8 parts bound in at end of each volume, together with 'An Index to the History and Antiquities of Suffolk', Ipswich, 1952, limited edition, (21/100), numbered, 148/[3]pp, large 4to, orig. printed paper covered boards (3)

Lot 4286 – Sale Price: £40.00 (zero)

Alfred Inigo Suckling (1796-1856), Clergyman, historian of Suffolk, author of 'History & Antiquities of Suffolk', 1846-48, Surrender of the Lease, Barsham House and Manor, 6th June 1839, Mrs Esther Boyce to the Rev'd. A.I. Suckling, ''...all that messuage or dwellinghouse called ''Barsham House'' with the stables, coach house, barns, outhouses, edifices, buildings, yards, gardens...arable meadow, pasture, marsh and other land and premises occupied therewith...in Barsham containing 168 acres...late in the tenure of Horace George Suckling deceased...and also the right of sporting on and over the manors of Barsham Hall and Shipmeadow in the said County of Suffolk...''

Lot 4286A – Sale Price: £190.00 (zero)

Sir John Cullum: 'The History and Antiquities of Hawsted, in the County of Suffolk', London, 1813, 2nd and best edition, limited edition large paper copy (230), engraved port. frontis, 10 engraved plates, plus 6 pedigrees (5 folding), as called for, 4to, old half calf gilt, plus E. Gillingwater: 'An Historical and Descriptive Account of St. Edmund's Bury', Bury St Edmunds and Woodbridge, 1804, 1st edition, 4 engraved plates, 311pp, some m/s pencil notes to margins and at end, old half calf gilt, plus G.H> Butler, Vicar of Gazeley: 'The History of a Parish [Gazeley Suffolk]', [nd], circa 1909, signed and inscribed by author and dated 1914, 86pp, original cloth gilt, plus Hollingsworth: 'The History of Stowmarket', 1844, 1st edition, 12 plates (some folding), as called for, orig. blind stamped cloth gilt, plus Thornton: 'A History of Clare, Suffolk', 1928, inscribed by author, and Doughty: 'The Betts of Wortham', 1912 (6)

Lot 4287 – Sale Price: £850.00 (zero)

Thomas Gardner: 'An Historical Account of Dunwich,...Blythburgh,...Southwold, with remarks on some places contiguous thereto', Lodnon & Southwold, 1754, 1st edition, large folding plate/plan of Dunwich & Southwold, backed onto linen + 3 plates + 2 full page and other ills. in text, 4to, fine three quarter green morocco gilt, Henry Clement Casley's copy, with his bookplate to front pastedown, plus 2 autograph letters signed to Casley from Robert Brown Junior, FSA, both dated Jan. 1902, loosely inserted, plus Robert Wake: 'Southwold and its Vicinity, ancient and modern', Yarmouth, F. Skill, 1839, 1st edition, 5 folding maps/plans as called for, orig. blindstamped cloth gilt, rebacked retaining orig. backstrip, replenished EP's, plus James Bird: 'Dunwich; A Tale of the Splendid City. In Four Cantos', London, 1828, 1st edition, copy of Hamlet Watling (1818-1908), Suffolk antiquary, with pen and ink signature to half title, plus some m/s pencil notes and sketches at front & p.133 etc, contemporary quarter cloth, later rebacked, David Sargeant, Ipswich, bookplate to front pastedown, plus Hele: 'Notes or Jottings about Aldeburgh, Suffolk', Ipswich, 1890, 2nd edition, orig. cloth gilt, J.H. Gurney Junior's copy with his pencil sig. at head of title page, plus Ware: 'History of Dunwich', 1905, Christie 'Walberswick Notes', 1911, Winn 'Records of Aldeburgh', 1926 & 'Orford Ness Maps by John Norden', 1966 (8)

Lot 4287A – Sale Price: £28.00 (zero)

S.W.H. Aldwell, Vicar of Wingfield: 'Wingfield: Its Church, Castle & College', Ipswich, Harrison, [1925], 1st edition, signed and inscribed by author and dated 1938, large folding map + 28 ills. on 26 plates as called for, original cloth gilt

Lot 4288 – Sale Price: £22.00 (zero)

A 19th Century commonplace album, copper engraved title page with m/s pen and ink signature ''Miss Lucy Girling, Westleton. 1834'', 60+ pages of m/s entries, mainly poetry and prose, plus some pencil and pen & ink/watercolour sketches, original cald (worn), lacks backstrip

Lot 4288A – Sale Price: £75.00 (zero)

John Wodderspoon: 'Memorials of the Ancient Town of Ipswich, in the County of Suffolk', Ipswich, 1850, 1st edition, 18 leaves of plates (some hand coloured), as called for, 4to (29 x 21cm, large paper copy?), contemporary half green morocco gilt, top edge gilt, plus G.R. Clarke: 'The History and Description of the Town and Borough of Ipswich', Ipswich, S. Piper, [1830], 1st edition, engraved title page, engraved frontis + 14 plates as called for, old half calf gilt, plus John Blatchly: 'Eighty Ipswich Portraits - Samuel Read's Early Victorian Sketchbook', Ipswich, 1980, limited edition signed (40/100), ills. throughout, quarter calf gilt, marbled paper covered boards, plus Barham-Zinkce: 'Wherstead, Some Materials for its History, Territorial, Manorial and during the events between', 1893, 2nd edition enlarged, orig. cloth gilt, rebacked retaining orig. backstrip (4)

Lot 4289 – Sale Price: £42.00 (zero)

E.W. Brayley: 'Views in Suffolk, Norfolk & Northamptonshire: Illustrative of the Works of Robert Bloomfield', 1818, 15 leaves of engraved plates of places associated with the poet, and prtraits of the author and his mother, as called for, views include Honington Church, Bloomfield's Cottage, Euston Hall, Thetford, Sapiston, Fakenham etc, contemporary half calf gilt (worn), plus Robert Bloomfield, 2 titles: 'The Farmer's Boy', 1802, 6th edition, engraved frontis + engraved ills. as called for, contemporary speckled calf gilt, 'Rural Tales, Ballads and songs', 1803, 3rd edition, port. frontis + 11 plates, old calf gilt (3)

Lot 4289A – Sale Price: £140.00 (zero)

Edmund Gillingwater: 'An Historical Account of the ancient Town of Lowestoft, in the County of Suffolk', London & Norwich, [1790], 1st edition, 4to, contemporary half calf, later rebacked, armorial bookplate to front pastedown, plus J.G. Nall: 'Great Yarmouth & Lowestoft, A Handbook for Visitors and Residents', 186, 728pp, & 'Chapters on the East Anglian Coast pt.II The Dialect & Provincialisms', 1866, v,422-728pp, each original cloth gilt (3)

Lot 4290 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

John Kirby of Wickham Market: 'The Suffolk Traveller', 1764, 2nd edition, large folding map + 4 folding road maps as called for, contemporary calf gilt, rebacked, plus Augustus Page: 'A Supplement to the Suffolk Traveller', Ipswich, 1844, subscriber's copy, bookplate of J.D. Hustler of Euston, contemporary half calf gilt, inner joints reinforced, plus 'John Kirby's Suffolk: His Maps and Roadbooks', Suffolk Records Society, 2004, 256pp, orig. cloth gilt, plus corresponding 12 maps (10 folding) housed in original printed envelope, all housed together in original card box, printed label to upper cover (3)

Lot 4290A – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

John Kirby: 'The Suffolk Traveller: Or, A Journey Through Suffolk', Ipswich, printed by John Bagnall, 1735, 1st edition, [4],206pp + errata leaf at end, 19th Century half tan morocco gilt, top edge gilt, copy of David Elisha Davy (1769-1851), Suffolk antiquarian, with an autograph letter signed by him tipped in at front re Friston Hall, printed transcript of letter and potted biography of Kirby and Davy loosely inserted. The first single county road book, produced from an actual survey which Kirby made of the whole county in 1732, 1733 & 1734. Includes a description of DIss, Harleston & Thetford St Mary. Very scarce

Lot 4291 – Sale Price: £550.00 (zero)

Inclosure Acts, 'North and South Lopham Award', a large folio volume circa 1812-1815, containing a long manuscript vellum legal document relating to land in North & South Lopham, Norfolk, the commissioners Thomas Lanchester of Coney Weston, Thomas Archer of Barton Mills, Harry Browne of Diss, and John Housman of North Lopham, the first meeting of the commissioners taking place at the White Horse Inn, South Lopham, 25th May 1812, two folding vellum documents at front signed by the aformentioned commissioners, preceding 108 vellum pages of manuscript entries re North & South Lopham land boundaries, public carriage roads & private roads, repairs of roads, public footways, allotment for the poor, allotment for public land and gravel pits, then listing allotments to proprietors, all listed by name in alphabetical order for North Lopham, then South Lopham, including at beginning ''Allotment to the Most Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk for Rights of Soil in North Lopham'', allotment exchanges between proprietors and said Feoffes, then at end adjudication, directions respecting fences, stewards fees, expenses, tables for N. & S. Lopham listing proprietors and proportionate amounts, plus large folding hand coloured manuscript plans of North & South Lopham at end titled ''Map of the Parish of North Lopham in the County of Norfolk referring to the Award of 1815'', scale 9 chains to an inch, Browne & Taylor, surveyors, and ''Plan of South Lopham as refers to the Award annexed 1815'', R Payne, Surveyor, each approx. 58 x 75cm, each signed Harry Browne & Thomas Archer verso, large folio (59 x 43cm), original reverse calf, morocco gilt title label to upper cover, metal clasps; plus Serpell: 'A History of the Lophams', 1980, 1st edition (2)

Lot 4292 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

Norfolk interest, Manor Court Rolls, Court Baron, a vellum bound manuscript Court book, 'Manor of Ffoulden Latimers with the Members', entries dated from 4th April 1786-10th September 1909, 164 pages of manuscript entries on property, land, tenure etc, in the Manor of ffoulden Latimers (Foulden, SW of Swaffham, NW of Thetford, Breckland, South Norfolk), Court of William George Daniel Tyssen Esquire, all entries in English, plus 13 pages of manuscript rent tables & 12 pages manuscript index at end, full contemporary vellum, manuscript title to covers and spine.***Sold Subject to the Manorial Document Rules these items may not be removed from England and Wales.

Lot 4293 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

Norfolk interest, Manor Court Rolls, Court Baron, a vellum bound manuscript Court book, 'Rectoria East Braddenham', entries dated from 20th November 1724-4th January 1847, 161 pages of manuscript entries on property, land, tenure etc, in the Rectory of East Bradenham Manor (near Shipdham/East Dereham, Breckland, South Norfolk), initial entries pages 1-19 in Latin & English, pages 20-161 entries in English (20th October 1733 onwards), plus 5 page manuscript index at end, full contemporary vellum, manuscript title to covers and spine.***Sold Subject to the Manorial Document Rules these items may not be removed from England and Wales.

Lot 4294 – Sale Price: £280.00 (zero)

Norfolk interest, Manor Court Rolls, Court Baron, an 18th Century vellum bound manuscript Court book, 'The Manors of Snettisham Lancaster. On the parts of Dame Cicilys Rusten and Hackens in Norfolk', entries dated from 9th October 1730-11th December 1765, 352 pages of manuscript entries on property, land, tenure etc in the four manors of Snettisham (south of Hunstanton, north of Kings Lynn, Norfolk), pages 1-42 in Latin, pages 43-352 in English (5th April 1733 onwards), plus 11 page manuscript index at end, full contemporary vellum, manuscript title to covers and spine.***Sold Subject to the Manorial Document Rules these items may not be removed from England and Wales.

Lot 4295 – Sale Price: £32.00 (zero)

Gawdy Hall Estate, near Redenhall/Harleston, South Norfolk, ledger titled ''Gawdy Hall Estate Journal'' to front cover, 12 pages of manuscript accounts entries re rent, farm rent, rates, cottage rents, service of cow, repairs, stone, royalties etc, folio, contemporary cloth, plus 14 large folding coloured maps of the estate, from 1938 sale particulars/sale catalogue, for sale by H.G. Apthorpe (15)

Lot 4295A – Sale Price: £50.00 (zero)

1924 sale catalogue South Pickenham Hall, Norfolk, 'Illustrated Particulars and Plan of the Freehold, Residential, Sporting, and Agricultural Estate of South Pickenham Hall, Extending to an Area of About 4,871 Acres and Constituting one of the Finest Game Preserves in the Eastern Counties', Messrs. Osborn & Mercer, 10th July 1924, 31pp, 14 illustrations from photographs on 9 full page plates, lacks maps/plans in rear pocket, folio, original wraps (worn), plus a mid 19th Century Abstract of the title to the Manors or Lordships of Saham Toney Insoken and Outsoken in the County of Norfolk, 87 pages of manuscript entries covering period 1719-1838, plus an early 20th Century manuscript document ''(Copy) Apportionment of the Rent Charge in lieu of Tithes in the Parish of Methwold in the County of Norfolk'', 70+ pages of m/s entries, plain card covers (3)

Lot 4296 – Sale Price: £260.00

A small collection of mainly 17th Century Suffolk interest vellum documents, including 1613 vellum document relating to the Gatehouse, Great Waldingfield; 1681 vellum document, Manor of Rougham, Lawneys, Netherplace, Sir Jeffrey Burwell (1606-1684) of Rougham Place & Sir Robert Walpole (1650-1700), of Houghton, Norfolk, signatures and wax seals of each, (document worn); plus Fornham all Saints vellum Assignment, 1670, and vellum Settlement of Estate on Marriage, 1689; plus others Ashbocking, Bocking & Otley, Ipswich, Cavendish, Bury St. Edmunds, Heveningham, Campsea Ash etc

Lot 4297 – Sale Price: £65.00

Eight vellum documents relating to Methwold, Methwold Parsonage, Banham etc, 1693-1818, including large 4 sheet vellum indenture Methwold Parsonage Banham Haugh 1693, various signatures and wax seals; Methwold 1702 vellum Advowson, John Pride alias Hobart, of Banham; Duchy of Lancaster, The King to H. Partridge, Lease of the Manor of Methwold, three vellum documents 1782, 1799 & 1818, first two with wax seals, etc

Lot 4298 – Sale Price: £35.00

Diss interest, small collection 18th/19th Century vellum and other documents, including three Diss vellum indentures 1710-1715, a house called Pyes, Fishmarket to East, Great Mere to West, Wm. Smith to Robert Hunt; Robert Hunt to Thomas Motts; Wm. Smyth & Robert Hunt to Robert Motts; plus Frances Woodward, of Walcot House, Diss, large vellum Will, 1833, Executors account book, 1833, and extract of relevant 1770 document

Lot 4299 – Sale Price: £120.00

North Suffolk interest, a collection of approx. 15 vellum and other documents circa 1615-1866, including vellum Assignment, 26 Feb. 1615, of tenemant called Julyans and land in Syleham, Elizabeth Brownyng the elder of Syleham; Wm. Browning the elder, of same; Nicholas Browning, of Diss; Richard Smyth, of Ackelymarket, Norfolk; Eliz. Brownyng the younger, of Thorndon, etc. Signatures of first parties, plus 1691 vellum Will, William Perryman, Mendham; plus 1738 vellum indenture, Wilby; plus approx six late 18th & 19th Century vellum and paper wills, Eye & Brome; plus Palgrave Inclosure to Mr John Wilby Notice from the Commissioner, with Extracts from his Award, 1814, with others similar Stradbroke & Thelnetham; plus vellum Conveyance 1865, land and premises at Metfield and Withersdale, including 2 Diss Lodge, three large vellum sheets, hand coloured plan

Lot 4300 – Sale Price: £110.00

Diss interest, two late 19th Century Carte de Visite albums, 54 CdV's in total, many by Norfolk & Suffolk photographers including Cleer S. Alger of Diss (12); Sawyer & Bird, Norwich (3); J. Mann, Norwich (2); plus others Ipswich, Thetford, King's Lynn, Colchester, plus a cabinet card photograph of Diss Mere by Cleer S. Alger of Diss, contemporary red morocco gilt albums, brass clasps, all edges gilt (2)

Lot 4301 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

Ordnance Survey map of Norfolk, circa 1836-1838, eight separate engraved folding map sheets, each dissected and backed onto linen, each scale one inch to a mile, Ordnance Map Office, Colonel Colby, sheet numbers 50 (Diss, Eye & environs); 54 (Thetford, Bury St Edmunds, Ely & environs); 65 (Kings Lynn, Downham, Brandon, Wisbech, Littleport & environs); 66 (Norwich, Dereham, Watton, New Buckenham & environs); 67 (Yarmouth & environs); 68 (Wells, Fakenham, Cromer, Aylsham, Sea Palling & environs), 68 East Part (North Sea & Waxham); 69 (Burnhams, Hunstanton, The Wash, Lincolnshire & environs), all housed in battered original slipcase, Ordnance Survey printed title label

Lot 4302 – Sale Price: £190.00 (zero)

A large 19th Century manuscript plan of Diss, Shelfanger, Winfarthing, The Heywood & environs, showing land divisions and land owners, hand colouring, scale 8 chains to an inch, signed John Josseyln [of Sproughton, Suffolk, land agent & surveyor], some wear/light waterstaining, tape repairs verso, approx. 131 x 77cm, rolled

Lot 4303 – Sale Price: £290.00 (zero)

'A Plan of the Parishes of Bressingham and Fersfield in the County of Norfolk 1804', large manuscript pen & ink plan on vellum, with hand colouring, showing land divisions and landowners, scale 5 chains to an inch, some one or two closed tears, some waterstaining, approx. 123 x 100cm, rolled

Lot 4304 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

'Norfolk Archaeology: Or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the Antiquities of the County of Norfolk', Norwich, Charles Muskett, 1847-1904, volumes 1-15 plus 1891 index for volumes 1-10, these 16 volumes bound in uniform contemporary half tan morocco gilt (slightly worn), marbled paper covered boards, plus vols 18-20, 28, 1912-1942, these four bound vols uniform old cloth gilt, plus vol 17 parts II & III in original printed wraps, plus 'Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society of East Anglia', 12 parts 1913-1928 (34)

Lot 4305 – Sale Price: £550.00 (zero)

Diaries of Ethel V. Litchford, late of Hitcham Hall, Suffolk, twenty diaries covering the period 1899-1923 (lacking three diaries for 1919-1921), various locations Suffolk, Essex, Sussex etc., as well as St. Helena and St. Lucia. Born Ethel Vincent Rew at Cranham Essex 1864, died Ipswich 1962, her father Charles Rew, was Rector of Cranham. She married Captain Rowland Litchford, West India Regiment, in 1898, the diaries commencing shortly after on January 1st 1899, Troston, Suffolk, before later that month travelling to London and then travelling aboard SS ''Greek'' with her husband from January 21st-February 6th 1899, arriving in St. Helena via Tenerife, entries continue in St Helena for remainder of 1899, including tuesday 1 August entry for birth of their son, Edward Rowland Litchford ''Sonny'', light Lincs. Regt. (Ireland early 1920s), later Royal Tank Regt., died Bury St. Edmunds 1984, the diary entries continue in St. Helena until August 1900, then return to UK SS ''Derwent'', then entris mainly Troston, Suffolk October 1900-March 1903, then St Lucia from April 1903-December 1905, arriving back at Duke's Farm, Layer Marney, Essex in December 1905, spending the following years predominantly at Layer Marney, Essex, Southsea, Hampshire & Bognor Regis, Sussex, until moving to Hitcham Hall, 2nd January 1917, remaining here until diaries end, December 1923, numerous pressed flowers loosely inserted between leaves throughout the run of diaries, plus a few snapshot photos, telegrams and scraps tipped in, entries include 11th November 1918, Hitcham Hall ''Dull & inclined to rain. Sat up most of the day with dear Sonny in the shed, while he worked his harmonic pendulum. News came about 1pm of Germany's surrender which seemed to be true, so we ran up Sonny's Union Jack & jolly it looked - seems almost impossible....Church bells were rang & everybody who had them ran up flags'', Tuesday 12th ''the most glorious day -sharp white frost. Had the dear Union Jack up again...Official wire...about 2.30pm today ''armistice signed - hostilities ceased'' seems almost impossible to believe after 4 years & 3 months of war...'', etc, the diaries all T.J. & J. Smith Post Diary with Almanack, uniform blindstamped cloth gilt, 22 volumes, plus portrait photograph of ''Sonny'', circa 1908, plus 2 other portrait photographs in contemporary card sleeve

Lot 4306 – Sale Price: £95.00

William Kip after Christopher Saxton: 'Suffolciae Comitatus', hand coloured engraved map of Suffolk, circa 1610, framed and glazed, together with two other engraved hand coloured maps of Suffolk by Kitchen & Cary, all framed and glazed (3)

Lot 4306A – Sale Price: £20.00

J & C Walker: 'Suffolk', engraved folding hand coloured map, published London, Longman, Rees & Co, circa 1881, approx 32 x 39cm, backed onto linen and folding into card covers, printed label to upper cover

Lot 4307 – Sale Price: £90.00

Capt. Greenville Collins: 'Harwich Woodbridge and Handfordwater with the Sands from the Nazeland to Hosely Bay, Yarmouth and the Sands about it', engraved hand coloured sea chart, 1686, approx 44 x 56cm, framed (frame a/f), whole approx 62 x 72cm

Lot 4308 – Sale Price: £18.00

A circa 1720 engraved map/print showing views of the East coast of England and Scotland, from Dunwich & Walberswick through to Aberdeen, including Southwold, Lowestoft, Cromer, Cley, Blakeney etc, approx 45 x 29cm, framed and glazed, whole approx 62 x 45cm

Lot 4309 – Sale Price: £50.00

Robert Morden: 'Suffolk', engraved hand coloured map, circa 1695, approx 36 x 42cm, framed and glazed, the whole approx. 60cm x 64cm

Lot 4310 – Sale Price: £250.00 (zero)

Suffolk Records Society, 54 volumes, comprising vols 2-14, 16-46, 48-53, 57 (3 copies of #20 'A Suffolk Bibliography') + 8 vols S.R.S. (Boydell 'Suffolk Charters' vols, plus 10 other assorted Suffolk History/Reference, including Tony Copsey 'Suffolk Writers', 2 vols, etc

Lot 4311 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

Edward FitzGerald: 'Letters and Literary Remains of Edward FitzGerald', London, 1902-03, limited edition, (775), 7 volumes, frontis to each volume, original cloth gilt, vols 1-6 later rebacked, new EP's, ex Felsted School library, plus 'Edward FitzGerald 1809-1909 Centenary Celebrations Souvenir', Ipswich, East Anglian Daily Times, 1909, portrait frontis + 9 full page ills. + facsimile letter as called for, recased retaining original decorative cloth from top board, new EP's, bookplate of S.F. Watson, plus 2 others Edward FitzGerlad content/related (10)

Lot 4311A – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

Collection of Suffolk interest titles, including S. Wilton Rix: 'The Fauconberge Memorial', Ipswich, privately printed, 1849, 30 ills. as list, old half calf gilt, bookplate of Gery Milner Gibson Cullum, Hardwick House, Suffolk to front pastedown, plus N. Parkhurst, Vicar of Yoxford: '...A Sermon...Preached at the Funeral of the Lady Elizabeth Brooke...of Cockfield Hall in Yoxford', London, 1684, 1st edition, engraved port. frontis of Lady Elizabeth Brooke, 160pp, contemporary calf, later rebacked, 'Selections from the Poems & Letters of Bernard Barton', 1850, 2nd edition, port. frontis, engraved plates, original cloth gilt, E. Taylor: 'The Suffolk Batholomeans', 1840, 2 engraved portraits, rebound quarter calf gilt, Harrod & Co's Directory of Suffolk 1864, original cloth gilt, rebacked retaining orig. backstrip, Glyde: 'Suffolk in the Nineteenth Century', 'Suffolk Wills - Orford - H.W.B. Wayman - 1915', 125 copies only, plus 7 others (14)

Lot 4312 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

William Stevenson Fitch: 'Suffolk Manorial Registers, Royal Grants and Deeds, court-baron, Leet and Rent Rolls, Surveys, letters, papers, and Other Authentic documents: Manuscripts collected for the Purpose of a General History of Suffolk', 1843, Part I (all published), only 50 copies printed for private circulation, previously the copy of Suffolk antiquarian John Glyde, unique copy with 36 autograph letters signed bound in before and after the 50pp printed work, manuscript index of senders of autograph letters at end, with the names of those whom were subscribers asterixed, ALS's include John Henniker-Major, 4th Baron Henniker (1801-1870), Thornham Hall, Eye, October 22nd 1859; Lord Arthur Hervey (1808-1894), Sept. 23 1889; John P. Boileau, Ketteringham Park, Wymondham, 29 Oct. 1859; Jeremiah Head; Rev. Hugh Pigot; Charles Austin; John Rous, 2nd Earl of Stradbroke (1794-1886); Samuel Tymms, Puttick & Simpson Auctioneers; Willis & Sotheran Booksellers, etc etc, bookplate of William Henry Booth, Felixstowe, 1910, with m/s note at foot ''from John Glyde Sale 1910'', several other relevant m/s pencil notes and cuttings at front, old half calf gilt

Lot 4312A – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

East Anglian Directories, including 'White's History, Gazetteer & Directory of Suffolk', 1844, 756pp, lacks map, original calf, rebacked retaining majority of original backstrip, new EP's, 'Post Office Directory of Cambridge, Norfolk & Suffolk', 1875, 3 folding maps as called for, original cloth gilt, rebacked retaining original backstrip, plus Kelly's Directory of Norfolk & SUffolk 1912 & 1925, & Cambs., Norfolk & Suffolk 1896 (5)

Lot 4313 – Sale Price: £38.00 (zero)

H.R. Barker: 'West Suffolk Illustrated - East Suffolk Illustrated', Bury St. Edmund's, F.G. Pawsey, 1907-1909, 2 volumes, each with 566 illustrations from photos, West Suffolk vol front pastedown, FFEP, first blank and title page with marginal part losses/dampstaining, and slightly affected marginally at end and to boards, else contents and illustrations all generally unaffected/clean, old half calf gilt, East Suffolk rebound quarter calf gilt (VGC), plus Rev. Alfred Suckling: 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Suffolk: With Genealogical and Architectural Notices of Its Several Towns and Villages: Vol. II. - Hundreds of Blything and Part of Lottingland [Volume 2 Only]', London, for the author, 1847, 1st edition, 24 plates (of which some coloured), plus large folding pedigree etc, original boards, later neatly rebacked, plus a Jarrold's County Guide to Suffolk, 1919 (4)

Lot 4313A – Sale Price: £100.00 (zero)

Collection of Suffolk interest titles, including White's Directory 1855, 2nd edition, folding map, original calf boards, later rebacked calf gilt, John Kirby: 'A Topographical & Historical Description of the County of Suffolk', Woodbridge, 1829, 4 engraved plates, lacks map, old half calf, White's Suffolk 1874, 3rd edition, folding map, contemporary half calf gilt, rebacked retaining backstrip, some professional bookbinder repairs/restoration to a few leaves, Banks: 'Able Men of Suffolk 1638', 1931, orig. quarter cloth, JJ Raven: 'The History of Suffolk', 1895, rebound quarter calf gilt, plus 9 others (14)

Lot 4314 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

Collection of Suffolk interest titles, including T.K. Cromwell: 'Excursions in the County of Suffolk', 1818-19, 2 volumes, added engraved title pages + 96 plates, lacks folding map & plan,, fine full tan morocco gilt, John Kirby: 'The Suffolk Traveller', Woodbridge, [nd], 399pp + 72pp appendix, 19th Century calf, John Wodderspoon: 'Historic Sites, and other Remarkable and Interesting Places, in the County of Suffolk', 1839, inscribed by author, frontis + 8 ills. as called for, original blindstamped cloth gilt, Powell: 'The Rising in East Anglia in 1381', 1896, original cloth gilt, copy of Norman Scarfe, with his sig. to FFEP, Morris & Co's Directory of Suffolk with Great Yarmouth, 1868, lacks title, original cloth gilt, rebacked retaining backstrip, Mr Shoberl: 'A Topographical and Historical Description of the County of Suffolk', 1820, added engraved title page, folding map + 10 extra ills. tipped in/mounted at front & end, contemporary half blue morocco gilt, bookplate of Richard Ward , Salhouse Hall, Norfolk, plus 6 others (13)

Lot 4315 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

'The Woodlands Estate, Badley & Combs Suffolk', 1938 sale catalogue/sale particulars, 483 acres, 16pp catalogue, no plan in rear pocket, encompassing Woodlands Estate, Farm, Holy Oak Farm, Combs, Combs Hall Farm, Combs Wood, etc, Auctioneers Messrs. Woodward & Woodward, 5th July, 1938, rebound blue cloth gilt, original wraps bound in; together with 'Stowupland Hall', 1945 sale catalogue/sale particulars, 280 acres, 8pp catalogue, no plan in rear pocket, 3 illustrations from photos, encompassing Georgian residence Stowupland Hall, gardens, two sets farm premises, 5 cottages, Auctioneers Messrs. Woodward & Woodward, 31st July, 1945. Rebound blue cloth gilt (2)

Lot 4316 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

'The Home Portion of the Rendlesham Hall Estate', 1920 sale catalogue/sale particulars, 5,900 acres, 103pp catalogue, 2 large folding plans (of 3, lacks plan No. 2) + 9 illustrations from photos on 5 full page plates, the whole catalogue encompassing property and land including Rendlesham Hall Mansion, , Grounds and Gardens, Agricultural Holdings, Woodlands, two superior Country Houses being Park House, Campsey Ashe, and The Rookery, Eyke, Corn Mill, about 140 cottages principally in Eyke and Tunstall, etc, Auctioneers Messrs. Knight, Frank & Rutley, May 27th, 1920. Folio, rebound blue cloth gilt, original wraps bound in. Scarce; together with 'The Butley Portion of the Rendlesham Estate', 1919 sale catalogue/sale particulars, 2,020 acres, 38pp catalogue, lacks plan, encompassing property and land including Butley Priory, Butley Abbey Farm, five smaller farms, numerous cottages, smithy and accommodation lands, woodlands, marshes, timber etc, Auctioneers Messrs. Knight, Frank & Rutley, Dec. 16th, 1919. Folio, rebound blue cloth gilt. Scarce (2)

Lot 4317 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

'Oakley Park Estate, in the Counties of Suffolk & Norfolk', 1920 sale particulars/sale catalogue, 7,400 acres, 60pp catalogue, lacks general plan in rear pocket, 28 other plans (several folding) + 21 illustrations from photos on 11 full page plates, the whole catalogue encompassing property and land including Oakley Park Mansion House, Gardens and Pleasure Grounds, Home Farm, Stables, various farms and properties on Hoxne, Brome, Eye, Denham etc, Auctioneers Messrs. Castiglione & Scott of Edinburgh & London,, May 18th, 1920. Folio, rebound blue cloth gilt, original wraps bound in. Scarce

Lot 4318 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

'The Woolverstone Hall Estate, near Ipswich, Suffolk', 1937 sale catalogue/sale particulars, 6,042 acres, 77pp catalogue, 28 illustrations from photos on 10 full page plates as called for, the whole catalogue encompassing property and land including Woolverstone Hall Mansion, Freston Tower, lodges and cottages, Home Farm and other farms, Woolverstone House, Anchor Steam Flour Mill, Shotley Hall, land, meadows, the Estate having frontage to the River Orwell of about 5 1/2 miles, lakes, sporting, yachting, shooting etc, Auctioneers Messrs. Leslie Marsh & Co., December 1st & 2nd, 1937. Folio, rebound blue cloth gilt. Scarce

Lot 4319 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

'The Easton Park Estate, Suffolk', 1919 sale catalogue/sale particulars, 4,833 acres, 121pp catalogue, 2 folding coloured plans in rear pocket as called for, 44 illustrations from photos (one excised p.54), many of which full page plates, the whole catalogue encompassing property and land including choice and exceptionally built Small Mansion situated in beautiful Park Lands and Grounds, Residence known as Broadwater, Framlingham, 32 excellent farms, small holdings, woodlands, model village of Easton, Letheringham village and Water Mill, etc, Auctioneers Messrs. Woodward & Woodward of Stowmarket, April 29th, 1919. Folio, rebound blue cloth gilt, original wraps bound in. Scarce

Lot 4320 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

'The Barking Hall Estate', 1917 sale catalogue/sale particulars, Freehold Tenure of 3,450 acres, 65pp catalogue, two large folding coloured plans + 13 illustrations from photos on 7 full page plates as called for, the whole catalogue encompassing property and land including Badley Watermill, Badley Hall, Creeting St. Mary, Dod's Farm, Barking Hall, Home Farm, Chain House Needham, Darmsden Hall Farm, Barking etc, Auctioneers Messrs. Woodward & Woodward of Stowmarket,December 11th, 1917. Folio, rebound blue cloth gilt. Scarce

Lot 4321 – Sale Price: £75.00 (zero)

Thomas Kitson Cromwell: 'Excursions in the County of Norfolk', 1818-1825, 2 volumes, 2 added engraved titles, engraved folding plan of Norwich + 91 engraved plates, vol 2 a/f lacks page 51/52, old half calf gilt, marbled paper covered boards, bookplates of Ron Fiske, late historian & collector of Morningthorpe Manor, to front pastedowns, plus Samuel Woodward: 'The History and Antiquities of Norwich Castle', Norwich, Charles Muskett, 1847, frontis, added engraved title + 30 plates/maps/plans as called for, large 4to, (30 x 23cm), contemporary quarter calf gilt (rubbed), plus Britton's 'The Beauties of England & Wales', 1812, Norfolk section bound as one volume, 383pp, rebound (not recent), paper covered boards, printed label to spine (4)

Lot 4322 – Sale Price: £170.00 (zero)

Twelve Norwich interest titles, including Bayne: 'History of Norwich', 1869, scarce edition with 21 mounted albumen print photographic views of Norwich as called for, original quarter roan gilt, handsomely rebacked in matching crimson leather gilt, all edges gilt; Anon: 'The History of the City & County of Norwich', Norwich, Crouse, 1768, 2 parts in 1, rebound half calf gilt; 'The Handbook to the City of Norwich', Jarrold & Son, 1883, orig. printed card wraps, rebacked; Boulton & Paul ltd. souvenir brochure presented as an appreciation of services rendered in the canteens by the YMCA, [nd], circa earlier 20th Century, 16 mounted illustrations, orig. wraps, ribbon ties; Willins: 'Quant Old Norwich', 1884, limited edition numbered 81 of 500, folio, full vellum (worn), etc. etc. (12)

Lot 4323 – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

Thirteen books, booklets and items of Norfolk interest ephemera, chiefly relating to Norwich, including 'City of Norwich - Illustrated Record of the Great Flood, of August 1912', Roberts & Co, [1912], 16 illustrations from photos, 16pp, original printed wraps (VGC), 'Norwich Lads Club Majority Souvenir 1918-1939', [1939], [24]pp, original wraps, two typed letters signed and one typed letter from J.H. Dain, Chief Constable of Norwich and Chairman Norwich Lads Club, loosely inserted, E.A. Culyer: 'Old Norfolk Inns: An Account of the Body-Snatchers in Norfolk', Norwich, 1888, 56pp, original cloth backed boards, scarce, etc etc (13)

Lot 4324 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

'Municipal characters; or, Waggeries for the whigs.', St. Andrew's Norwich, Davy & Berry, 1835-36, 15 political broadsides, dated between October 28, 1835 and December 26, 1835, first series numbers 1-13, plus numbers 17 & 18, 15th & 22nd October 1836, each showing two satirical wood-engravings of Norwich politicians, with letterpress verses in two columns below, plus some other similar 19th Century Norwich political broadsides and items, including 'The Glorious Working of the Whigs!', dated January 1836, 'Radical Pills, ''Liberty Unfurl'd.'' For Tory Constitutions', W. Upcroft, Magdalen Street, Norwich, [nd], some cuttings etc, all bound together in full leather gilt folio volume (34 x 21.5cm)

Lot 4326 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

William Marshall: 'The Rural Economy of Norfolk: Comprising the Management of Landed Estates, and the Present Practice of Husbandry in that County', London, 1795, 2nd edition, 2 volumes, without the map present, contemporary tree calf gilt, morocco gilt labels to spines (2)

Lot 4328 – Sale Price: £25.00

A scarce 19th Century lithograph of Norwich by J. Newman for Jarrold & Sons 'The Foundry Bridge & Railway Station, Norwich', plus Day & Haghe stone lithograph 'View of the River & Old Tower, from Carrow Bridge', plus one other (3)

Lot 4329 – Sale Price: £70.00

John Ogilby: 'The Road from King's Lynn to Norwich, Continued to Yarmouth in Norfolk', engraved road strip map, circa 1675, framed and glazed, whole approx 42 x 51cm

Lot 4331 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

Arthur Peaton (edited): 'Pictures of East Coast Health Resorts', Jarrold & Sons, circa 1900, 14 illustrations by Arthur Rackham plus illustrations from Payne Jennings photographs etc, 172pp + 35pp beautiful period adverts for local hotels etc at end, large 4to, original pictorial cloth gilt, plus Payne Jennings: 'Photo Pictures in East Anglia', [1897], 1st edition, ills. from photos as called for, original decorative cloth gilt, plus George Measom: 'The Official Illustrated Guide to the Great Eastern Railway: (Cambridge Line)', London, C. Griffin, circa 1865, engraved ills. throughout, 401pp, old cloth gilt worn, plus another edition of the same work, xxxii,434[8],82pp, old cloth worn, plus Tate: 'East Coast Scenery', 1899, 'Ancient Order of Foresters Delegates Guide to Norwich', 1897, original cloth gilt, plus 3 others (9)

Lot 4332 – Sale Price: £85.00 (zero)

Fifteen various Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambs. view albums circa 1890-1900, including 'Rock's Royal Ipswich Cabinet Album', 12 views on 12 folding concertina leaves, plus 'Rock's Royal Norwich Cabinet Album', 27 views on 12 leaves, (each 19 x 14.5cm), plus 'The royal Cabinet Album of Hunstanton and Lynn', (15 x 11cm), 'Collotypes of Ipswich and Felixstowe including Harwich & Dovercourt', published Smiths, Suitall of Ipswich (18 x 23cm), 'Photographic View Book of Cromer', published Rounce & Wortley (19 x 25cm), 'Album of Coloured Photographic Views and Short Histor of Bury St. Edmund's', published Paul & Mathew (21 x 30cm), plus others Hunstanton, Ely, Felixstowe, Southend-on-Sea (15)

Lot 4333 – Sale Price: £55.00 (zero)

A group of nine view albums of the West Country, Devon & Cornwall, circa 1890-1900, including 'Camera Series Views of Torquany & Neighbourhood', 128 views, (21 x 30cm), 'Album of Views of Clovelly, Lynton, Ilfracombe, Lynmouth &c', 50 views, published Brown & Rawcliffe, 10 folding concertina leaves, (21 x 30cm), plus others Teignmouth, Crewkerne, Minehead, Bristol, Plymouth etc (9)

Lot 4334 – Sale Price: £80.00 (zero)

A collection of view albums, mainly London and Midlands, circa 1890-1900, including 'The Royal Album of Windsor Views', (21 x 16cm), 'Picturesque Views of Rugby', plus others Birmingham, Worcester, Gloucester, Aldershot, London, Coventry, Leicester etc, plus a couple continental, plus 'The Official Tourists' Picturesque Guide to the London & North-Western Railway', Norton & Shaw, 1876, folding maps + ills., original pictorial cloth gilt (worn), all edges gilt

Lot 4335 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

A collection of twenty one view albums, tourist guides etc, South Coast of England and environs, circa late 19th/early 20th Century, including 'Stride's Album of Portsmouth & Southsea Views', 24 views on 16 folding concertina leaves (20 x 15cm), '150 Views of the Isle of Wight', London, Rock Brothers, (28 x 22cm), 'The Album of Brighton Views', London, Wm. Z, 14 views on 10 leaves, (19 x 14cm), 'Rock's Royal Chichester Cabinet Album', (19 x 14cm), 'The Album of Hastings and St. Leonards Views', 15 views on 16 leaves, (22 x 17cm), plus others Jersey, Bournemouth, Folkestone, Southampton, Ramsgate, Sherborne, Salisbury, Beaulieu Abbey etc, plus 'Nelson's Handbook for Tourists - The Isle of Wight', 1859, folding coloured map, coloured plates etc (21)

Lot 4336 – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

A group of eight view albums, tourist guides of Scotland, circa late 19th/early 20th Century, including 'The Cabinet Album Views of Edinburgh', (13 x 18cm), 'Buchan Illustrated', pub. W.J. Middleton, Aberdeen, 72pp, (18 x 24cm), 'Oban & Neighbourhood', (20 x 27cm), 'Photographic View Album of Elie', pub. William Ovenstone, 20 x 29cm, plus others Glasgow & Clyde, Cruden Bay, plus 'Souvenir of Scotland Its Cities, Lakes, and Mountains - One Hundred and Twenty Chromo Views', T. Nelson, 1896, 120 chromolitho views on 60 leaves as called for, all tissue guarded and VGC, original pictorial cloth gilt (8)

Lot 4337 – Sale Price: £110.00 (zero)

Fifteen assorted late 19th/early 20th Century view albums of Scotland, Lake District, Northern England etc, including 'The Monas Isle Album of Isle of Man Views', 33 views on 22 folding concertina leaves, (19 x 14cm), 'One Hundred and Fifty Views - The English Lakes', Rock Bros. Ltd., illustrated title + 46 pages of views from photographs, (28 x 22cm), 'The Camera Series Album of Views of Scarborough & District', Brown & Rawcliffe, 23 views on 14 folding concertina leaves, (22 x 30cm), plus others Whitby, Hull, Harrogate, Matlock, Ripon, Sheffield, Sunderland, Buxton, Chorley, Kendal, plus LNER guides Yorkshire Coast, and Wharfedale & Nidderdale (17)

Lot 4338 – Sale Price: £100.00 (zero)

A good quantity of view albums of various resorts and places in Wales, circa 1890-1900, including Llandudno, Tenby, Snowdon & district, Aberystwyth (3 large albums), North Wales, Port Sunlight, Abergavenny, Bettws-y-Coed, plus 'Black's Picturesque Guide to Wales', 1874, folding maps, charts, illustrations etc, 433,96pp, original decorative cloth gilt, plus small quantity Liverpool and environs view albums and guides (15)

Lot 4340 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

Johannes Blaeu, Glamorganshire & Brecknockshire, two engraved county maps, circa 1648, French text verso, each approx. 38.5 x 51cm, good margins, both folded housed loose in packet (2)

Lot 4341 – Sale Price: £100.00

G.F. Cruchley: 'Cruchley's Improved Environs of London', engraved hand coloured sectional map, backed onto linen, circa 1830, map of London showing the extents from Cheshunt down to Banstead and Ranham across to Southall, approx 57 x 58cm, framed and glazed, whole approx 69 x 70cm

Lot 4345 – Sale Price: £35.00 (zero)

C. Smith & Sons 'Tape Indicator Map of London', circa 1910, divided into quarter mile squares for measuring distances, lithograph printed in colours with indicator tape affixed to left margin, approximately 61cm x 90cm, folding into original cloth gilt boards, 54, [2] pp alphabetical lists of streets affixed to upper cover; plus another similar 'Extended Tape Indicator Map of London', published C. Smith and dated 1896 - 1897, slightly worn, plus a 'W.H. Smith & Sons Map of Environs of London', circa late 19th Century, engraved hand coloured folding map, backed onto linen, covering Central London and out to Chesham, Epping, Knockholt and Woking, approximate size 74cm x 86cm, folding into original cloth boards, printed label to upper cover (3)

Lot 4346 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

'Landing Stages, Roads, and Ornamental Gardens between Hungerford and Waterloo Bridges, Designed by Mr J.W. Bazalgette', full page wood engraving from the Illustrated London News, 1863, together with 'Steam-boat Landing Pier to be Constructed between Waterloo and Blackfriars Bridges, Designed b mr J.W. Bazalgette', full page ditto, 1867 (2)

Lot 4347 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

'Grand Panorama of London: from the River Thames', London, Charles Evans, [1847], engraved panoramic view of the North bank of the Thames from Western Stone Wharf/Houses of Parliament, Westminster, to East India Docks/Isle of Dogs, then crossing river to South bank of Thames, from Greenwich to Deptford, ending at Royal Victualling Office, concertina folded continuous engraved panoramic view, approx 14 x 553cm (over 18 feet in width unfolded), some areas of wear/toning, two joints tape repaired, ex Kensington Public Libraries (old markings), 34 concertina leaves, inkstamps verso, no other library markings, no title page, folding into rebound half calf gilt binding

Lot 4348 – Sale Price: £32.00 (zero)

John Betts: 'New Itinerant & Commercial Map of England & Wales on which the various Lines of Railroad, the Turnpike & Principal Cross Roads, with the Courses of the Rivers & Canals are Carefully Laid Down', engraved map, 1841, folding backed onto linen, hand coloured in outline, approx 96 x 79cm, in original cloth gilt slipcase

Lot 4349 – Sale Price: £70.00 (zero)

Edward Mogg: 'Paterson's Roads', London, 1826, 18th edition, large folding map of England & Wales (later laid down on coarse paper) + map of the Wye (trimmed/part loss at foot just affecting map) + 8 folding maps as called for, rebound half calf, new EP's, plus Robert Thoroton: 'The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire', 1677, a/f, 8 full page illustrations of coats of arms on 4 leaves + 48 engraved ills. of which 15 full page, including portraits, country seats, prospects of Newark etc (lacks map & many plates), folio, contemporary calf worn (2)

Lot 4351 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

A collection of books on Hampstead Heath & environs including Barratt: 'The Annals of Hampstead', 1912, limited edition signed (550), 3 volumes, colour plates etc, uniform original cloth gilt, Lloyd: 'History of Highgate', 1888, 1st & only edition, etc

Lot 4352 – Sale Price: £160.00 (zero)

A good quantity of Pevsner's 'The Buildings of England' series architectural guides

Lot 4353 – Sale Price: £32.00 (zero)

John Britton, 3 volumes: 'Historical and Descriptive Account of the Cathedrals of Winchester, Lichfield, and Hereford. (Volume 3 of 'Cathedral Antiquities).', 1836, 3 parts in 1, 62 engraved plates (30 + 16 + 16), contemporary half calf, new cloth spine; 'Metropolitan Cathedrals of Canterbury and York', 1836, 2 parts in 1, separate pagination, 61 plates (26 + 35), contemporary half calf, spine gilt; '...Gloucester', 1836, 22 plates, contemporary cloth (3)

Lot 4355 – Sale Price: £220.00 (zero)

Letts, Son & Co: 'Letts's Popular Atlas', 1884, ''complete edition'', 154 (of 156) double page maps (lacks no 37 & 44), gutta percha perished, leaves loose, some index leaves chipped/worn, original half calf gilt (worn), 'Letts's Popular County Atlas of England & Wales', 1884, 47 double page maps as called for, gutta percha perished, leaves loose, some index leaves chipped/worn, original half calf gilt (worn) (2)

Lot 4356 – Sale Price: £65.00 (zero)

'Ordnance Survey Atlas of England & Wales', O.S. Office for Edward Stanford Ltd., 1922, 24 linen backed double page coloured maps as called for, large oblong 4to, original cloth gilt, together with a vintage O.S. folding map of Ipswich (2)

Lot 4357 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

Alexander Keith Johnston: 'The Royal Atlas of Modern Geography', Edinburgh & London, 1872, 48 double page engraved maps, hand coloured in outline, as called for, large folio, original half calf gilt (rubbed and worn), all edges gilt

Lot 4359 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

John Arrowsmith: 'An Atlas of Ancient Geography Compiled From original Authorities for the Use of Schools', London, J. Arrowsmith, 1844, 26 double page engraved maps as called for, hand coloured in outline, original half calf (worn, boards detached but present), printed paper label to upper cover

Lot 4360 – Sale Price: £20.00 (zero)

'Flowers of the Holy Land Jerusalem (Blumen des Heiligen Lande)', Jerusalem, [1900's], souvenir album with 12 leaves of pressed flowers, 9 x 13cm, original cloth backed olive wood boards

Lot 4361 – Sale Price: £220.00 (zero)

(European grand tour, ancient Rome guidebook), Giuseppe Vasi: 'Itinerario istruttivo diviso in otto giornate per ritrovare con facilit? tutte le antiche, e moderne magnificenze di Roma : cio? tutte le opere di pittura, scultura, e architettura', Rome, 1777, 3rd edition, printers engraved device to title page, 28 engraved views on 14 full page plates + 2 engraved folding maps/plans + 45 engraved vignette views as called for, 584pp, original dutch floral paper wraps (worn), plus Henry Lockinge: 'Historical Gleanings on the Memorable Field of Naseby', 1830, 1st edition, 6 plates (2 folding), contemporary paper covered boards (worn) (2)

Lot 4362 – Sale Price: £32.00 (zero)

W.M. Flinders Petrie: 'The Arts and Crafts of Ancient Egypt', Foulis, 1909, original cloth gilt

Lot 4363 – Sale Price: £220.00 (zero)

Robert Walsh & Thomas Allom: 'Constantinople and the scenery of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor', London, Fisher, Son & Co., [1838], 2 volumes, two engraved titles, two engraved maps (one folding), plus 94 engraved plates as called for, uniform original blind stamped decorative morocco gilt (worn & scuffed in places), all edges gilt (2)

Lot 4364 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

Donald MacKenzie, A.R. Hope Moncrieff and others: 'Myth & Legend in Literature & Art' series, 12 volumes, including 'Myths of Babylonia & Assyria', 'Indian Myth & Legend', 'Myths of Crete & Pre-Hellenic Europe' etc, some duplication, all published Gresham Publishing Co, pictorial/decorative cloth gilt bindings (12)

Lot 4365 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

An 1825 document registering the birth of a slave, Cape Town, 1825, as the property of ''Mr Jan Hoets''. A male named Francois, born on the 28th October 1825, the mother named Saronie. Office for the Enregisterment of Slaves, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Town, signed by the Inspector. Not a birth certificate, but the owner's registration of the child as his slave, having been born to one of his slaves. A sobering historical document.

Lot 4366 – Sale Price: £12.00 (zero)

'Mr H.M. Stanley, First Governor of the New Free State of the Congo. From the Portrait by F. Moschelles', full page wood engraving from the Illustrated London News, 1885, together with 'Mr H.M. Stanley's Boat, the 'Livingston', 1882 carried overland in Africa', full page ditto, 1875 (2)

Lot 4368 – Sale Price: £1,000.00 (zero)

China - Donald Mennie: 'The Grandeur of the Gorges, fifty photographic studies with descriptive notes of China's great waterway, the Yangtze Kiang, including twelve hand coloured prints', Shanghai, A.S. Watson & Co., Kelly & Walsh, 1932, 2nd printing, 50 tipped in photographic plates, of which 12 hand coloured and possibly silver gelatin prints, corresponding letter press leaves with illustrations from sketches by H.G. Gandy, 4to, original half leather with applied gilt over pictorial black silk, title in English and Chinese characters in gilt to upper cover, internally and externally a very fine copy, together with an original watercolour by Henry George Gandy DSO OBE, Irish 1879-1950, depicting Chinese rural scene of peasant farmer in conical hat ploughing a paddy field with Ox, background of buildings and mountain range beyond, signed lower right H.G. Gandy, approx 18.5 x 26cm, framed and glazed, whole approx 26 x 33cm. Gandy produced numerous quality artworks during a distinguished career serving in the British army around the world, his works a valuable record of traditional ways of life and cultures now changed almost beyond recognition in many of the countries he visited (2)

Lot 4369 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

S.P. Jorgensen: 'The Chinese Junk. A Series of Twelve Studies Reproduced from Pencil Sketches', Shanghai, Kelly & Walsh, 1932, 12 tissue guarded black and white illustrations of Chinese Junks as called for, oblong folio, original pictorial black cloth gilt, string ties

Lot 4370 – Sale Price: £12.00 (zero)

Basil Lubbock: 'The Opium Clippers', Glasgow, 1946, 2nd edition, frontis + numerous illustrations as called for, original cloth silvered

Lot 4371 – Sale Price: £30.00 (zero)

Indian opium trade 1906, a Hundi (or trade voucher), for an amount of opium (in this instance 9 chests), dated 14th December 1906, Mandsaur Sub-Opium Agency (Mandsaur, central India, centre of the Malwa opium trade at the turn of the 20th Century). A type of bill of exchange raised by an Indian merchant to finance trade. The Mandsaur Opium Agency certified the value of the farmer's opium crop, the hundi was sold to the Bank of Bombay who would have been reimbursed in due course upon sale of the opium. Engraved duty stamp of four Annas and the profile of Edward VII in purple (22 x 13cm)

Lot 4372 – Sale Price: £12.00 (zero)

'Muree in the Punjab', full page wood engraving from the Illustrated London News, 1869, together with 'Bhopal, Central India', full page ditto, 1868 (2)

Lot 4373 – Sale Price: £140.00 (inc)

Captain the Hon. Henry Keppel: 'A Visit to the Indian Archipelago, in H.M. Ship Maeander, with portions of the Private Journal of Sir James Brooke, K.C.B', London, Richard Bentley, 1853, 1st edition, 2 volumes, lacks folding map, else 8 tinted lithograph plates as called for, rebound quarter calf, crimson morocco gilt title labels to spines (2)

Lot 4374 – Sale Price: £170.00 (zero)

Military Report on Baluchistan. Part I (Zhob, Loralai and Sibi Districts including Mari-Bugti Tribal Area). General Staff India (Second edition 1929), Calcuta, Government of India Press, 1929, pp xxii, 224, 2 folding maps in rear pocket as called for, 'For Official Use Only', copy No. 433 (of 500?), small 8vo, original publisher's printed cloth

Lot 4375 – Sale Price: £130.00 (zero)

Francis Gladwin: 'A Compendious Vocabulary English and Persian, including all the Oriental Simples in the Materia Medica, employed in modern practice: with tables subjoined of the Successions of the Khaliffs, and of the Kings of Persia and Hindostan, compiled for the use of the Honorable East India Company', [Malda in Bengal: printed by Charles Wilkins], 1780, 1st edition, printer's entwined initials C. W. appear on the title page together with his name transliterated in Persian script, ends at p.164 (copies on worldcat state 178pp), interleaved copy, with a page near front of contemporary manuscript pen & ink entries in Persian & English, small number of other m/s entries to blank leaves, ex library, some old inkstamps ''Crindlay & Co's East India Rooms, 8 St Martins Place'', old quarter calf gilt (worn). Scarce work by Frances Gladwin (d. ca. 1813), lexicographer and prolific translator of Persian literature into English includes printing in Persian (nasta'liq) script

Lot 4376 – Sale Price: £150.00 (zero)

A small collection of colonial interest titles, mainly Raj/British India, including 'Story of the Sind Club 1871-1946'; 'To India with Love', inscribed by author; Ellis 'Corridor of Time in Kenya' signed and inscribed, etc etc (13)

Lot 4380 – Sale Price: £48.00

Pacific Islands interest, three framed and glazed coloured Baxter prints, 'The Reception of the Rev. J. Williams at Tanna in the South Seas, the Day before he was Massacred', depicting Rev. John Williams on the launch from his ship Camden when it touches shore at Tanna Island (New Hebrides, present day Vanuatu); 'The Massacre of the Lamented Missionary the Rev. J. Williams, and Mr. Harris', depicting the Rev. J. Williams being attacked by the people of the neighbouring island of Erromango, Vanuatu (this with masking tape to top margin, and to left margin, this just affecting image on left), these both published 1841, and 'The Revd. J. Waterhouse superintending the landing of the missionaries at Taranaki, New Zealand', 1844, depicting the Revd. Waterhouse standing on shore, gesturing and surrounded by a large crowd of gesticulating Maori, the ship Triton offshore on the left, with a Maori canoe and a rowboat approaching the shore, each print approx 21 x 32cm, in matching gilt frames, each approx 41 x 50cm (3)

Lot 4381 – Sale Price: £120.00 (zero)

(Hawaii) Cook, James. Sandwich Islands. Six copper-engraved coastal views on 1 sheet. 18.5 x 41 cm, London, circa 1785, From the account of Cook's third voyage to the Pacific, but actually the work of William Bligh (''W. Bligh, delt.'' engraved in lower right), and possibly also John Webber. View of the N.E. part of Mowee when the isthmus bears W.S.W. 4 miles off shoar (sic) -- View of the S.E. side of Owhyhee when the east point bears N. b. W. 4 leas. distant -- View from the (anchorage symbol) at Atooi -- View from the (anchorage symbol) at Woahoo -- View of the island Atooi when the Peaked Hill bears No. 14. W. 13 leas. distant. Wm. Bligh delt. -- View of the west side of Oneehow as seen from the ship at (anchorage symbol). William Bligh (1754-1817) accompanied Cook on the latter's third and final - and fatal - voyage, 1776-1780. Bligh went on to Captain the 'Bounty'