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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

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Lot No: 4001 (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,...

Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00

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Lot No: 4002 (zero)

Arthur C. Clarke: '2001 a Space Odyssey', London, Hutchinson, 1968, 1st edition, based on the screenplay by Clarke & Stanley Kubrick, original cloth, dust...

Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00

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Lot No: 4003 (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....

Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00

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Lot No: 4004 (zero)

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

Estimate: £150.00 – £200.00

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Lot No: 4005 (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',...

Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00

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Lot No: 4006 (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,...

Estimate: £200.00 – £300.00

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Lot No: 4007 (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...

Estimate: £150.00 – £250.00

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Lot No: 4008 (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...

Estimate: £250.00 – £350.00

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Lot No: 4009 (zero)

John le Carre, 7 titles: 'A Perfect Spy', London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1986, 1st edition, signed by author in blue ink to title page,...

Estimate: £100.00 – £200.00

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Lot No: 4010 (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,...

Estimate: £100.00 – £200.00

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Lot No: 4011 (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,...

Estimate: £45.00 – £70.00

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Lot No: 4012 (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...

Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00

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Lot No: 4013 (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''...

Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00

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Lot No: 4014 (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,...

Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00

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Lot No: 4015 (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,...

Estimate: £45.00 – £70.00

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Lot No: 4016 (zero)

Ernest Hemingway: 'For Whom the Bell Tolls', New York, Scribner's, 1940, signed by the author on recto of ''Books by Ernest Hemingway'' leaf at...

Estimate: £1,500.00 – £2,500.00

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