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Location: Diss Auction Rooms
Date: 11th February 2021
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Lots in auction: 286
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Lot 8001 – Estimate: £300.00 – £400.00 (zero)

Thomas Salmon: 'Modern History: Or, the Present State of all Nations .... Volume 1. In which the Empire of China; The Kingdoms of Japan, Tonquin, Cochin-China and Siam; The Ladrone and Philippine Islands, and that of Macassar are comprehended.... illustrated.....by Herman Moll', London, James Crokatt, 1725, 3rd edition, volume 1 only, title page and following two leaves of preface with large part loss affecting text, else all leaves and plates present, 3 engraved folding maps and 11 engraved plates (of which 4 folding) as called for, maps comprise 'The Empire of China and Island of Japan', printed size approximately 25 X 25cm, very curious shape for the Korean peninsula, above Japan the semi mythical islands of 'Jesso' & 'Company's Island', names the sea of korea; 'India beyond Ganges', showing present day Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and part of Bangladesh, Southern China, Borneo and Sumatra, printed area approximatley 25 X 20cm; Philippine Islands' printed area approximate size 20 X 25cm, other plates including 'Tower of Nanking', 'Triumphal Arch', 'Tonquin Pagoda', 'Siamese House', religious habits/costumes, idols etc., contemporary calf worn, lacks top board

Lot 8002 – Estimate: £800.00 – £1,200.00 (zero)

Sir George Staunton: 'An historical account of the embassy to the Emperor of China, undertaken by order of the King of Great Britain : including the manners and customs of the inhabitants; and preceded by an account of the causes of the embassy and voyage to China', London, G. Nicol, 1797, 3 volumes, octavo edition, 28 engraved plates and maps as called for, Volume 1 with engraved frontis + added engraved title page + 5 plates + folding map of China + large multi folding chart from England to Gulf of Peking; Volume 2 with 5 engraved plates + large engraved multi folding sketch map of a journey from Tartary by land to Pekin and to Hang-Tchoo-Foo; Volume 3 with 11 engraved plates + engraved folding map of the journey of the Embassy from Zhe-Hol to Canton + large engraved multi folding sketch map of a journey from Hang-Tchoo-Foo to Quang-Choo-Foo + folding table, volume 3 some leaves and plates towards latter part affected by damp staining, 8vo, contemporary calf gilt, oxblood morocco gilt title labels to spines. The official published account of the first British embassy to China, headed by the Earl Macartney; together with R.A. Bickers: 'Ritual & Diplomacy. The Macartney Mission to China 1792-1794', 1993, 1st edition, original wraps (4)

Lot 8003 – Estimate: £1,000.00 – £1,500.00 (zero)

Joan Nieuhof: 'Het Gezantschap Der Neerlandtsche Oost-Indische Compagnie, Aan Den Grooten Tartarischen Cham, Den Tegenwoordigen Keizer Van China...door de Sineesche Landtschappen, Quantung, Kiangsi, Nanking, Xantung en Peking...', Amsterdam, Jacob van Meurs, 1665, 1st edition, 2 parts in 1, added engraved title page (with some professional restoration), engraved portrait plate of author, large folding engraved map of China, 33 (of 35), double page engraved plates and views (lacking only the plate of Paolinxi, according to Tiele not found in most copies, from part 1, and Pagoda of Binnen plate from part 2), 110 half page engravings, 2 engraved coats of arms plates of Spiegel and Witsen, title printed in red and black, foxing mainly to earlier leaves, engraved head-piece and initial, woodcut ornamental head and tail-pieces, [8],208,258,[10]pp, folio, rebound 20th Century vellum, new EP's, top edge gilt, armorial bookplate of Paul Walter Homberger. The plates show views including Batavia, Canton, Macao, Nanjing, Beijing etc, plans, costumes, flora and fauna etc. First edition of this famous description of the first trade mission undertaken by the V.O.C. (Dutch East-Indian Trading Company) to the emperor of China, the first extensively illustrated book describing China.

Lot 8004 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Colonel Henry Yule: 'The Book of Ser Marco Polo, The Venetian, Concerning the Kingdoms and Marvels of the East', London, John Murray, 1871, 2 volumes, folding maps, plans, facsimiles, plates as called for, original cloth gilt; Major Clarence Dalrymple Bruce: 'In the Footsteps of Marco Polo. Being the Account of a Journey Overland from Simla to Pekin', Edinburgh, 1907, 1st edition, 40 illustrations, lacks folding map, original cloth gilt (3)

Lot 8005 – Estimate: £40.00 – £50.00 (zero)

F.M. Muriel & R.C.J. Swinhoe: 'Pictures from Lotus Land', Rangoon & London, Rowe & Co., circa 1913, 24 mounted plates (16 photogravures, 8 coloured) as called for, oblong, original pictorial limp cloth, string tie, contemporary gift inscription Rangoon 1913 to inside front cover

Lot 8006 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

George Smith: 'Ten Weeks in Japan', London, Longman, Green et al, 1861, 1st edition, folding map and eleven plates (of which eight tinted wood plates as call for plus three additional coloured plates not listed), contemporary prize leather binding gilt, all edges gilt

Lot 8007 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Edward Greey, 2 titles: 'The Wonderful City of Tokio', Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1883; 'The Bear-Worshippers of Yezo, and the island of Karafuto (Saghalin)', Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1884, each with numerous illustrations throughout, each original pictorial paper covered boards (slghtly worn) (2)

Lot 8008 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

Mortimer Menpes: 'Japan, A Record in Colour', London, A & C Black, 1901, limited edition deluxe (63/600), signed and numbered, 100 coloured plates as called for, 4to, original decorative cloth gilt, top edge gilt

Lot 8009 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Elisha Kent Kane: 'The Far North: Explorations in The Arctic Regions.', Edinburgh, Nimmo, [1866], black and white frontis, 228pp + 24pp adverts at end, original decorative cloth gilt, all edges gilt; D. Murray Smith: Arctic Expeditions British and Foreign', Fullarton, 1880, illustrated edition, a/f, large number of leaves affected by mould to margins/edges, large folding chart with tape repair verso, 4to, old half calf gilt, provenance Ian Latter (2)

Lot 8010 – Estimate: £200.00 – £300.00 (zero)

Fridtjof Nansen: 'Farthest North', London, Archibald Constable, 1897, 1st edition, 2 volumes, signed by Nansen in blue ink at foot of frontispiece in volume 1, etched frontispiece to volume 1, photogravure frontispiece to volume 2, 127 plates of which 16 in colour, 92 illustrations to the text, 4 folding colour maps as called for; title pages printed in red and black, original pictorial cloth gilt (2)

Lot 8011 – Estimate: £200.00 – £300.00 (zero)

Sir John Ross: 'Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions During the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833', London, A.W. Webster, 1835, 1st edition, two volumes in one (including appendix), 49 plates and charts in total, volume I with 30 plates and charts, of which 6 hand coloured and 2 folding charts (large folding chart at end with some offsetting and large closed tear) as called for; appendix volume with 19 plates (of 20, lacks portrait frontis), of which 11 hand coloured lithographs and 1 hand coloured engraving, xxxiii, [1], 740, xii, 120, cii, [2]pp, thick 4to, old half calf gilt (worn)

Lot 8012 – Estimate: £200.00 – £300.00 (zero)

Mary Adelaide Walker: 'Through Macedonia to the Albanian Lakes', London, Chapman & Hall, 1864, 1st edition, 12 litho plates (four coloured, eight tinted) as called for, contemporary prize crimson Morocco binding gilt, (worn, top board detached but present, part losses of back strip) all edges gilt. Mrs Walker made several tours during the 1860s through what is Now Northern Greece, Albania, North Macedonia & Serbia, having joined her brother, British chaplain in Constantinople, around 1856, she remained in the East over 40 years

Lot 8013 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Three French language works on the Holy Land and North Africa, comprising Geramb: 'Pelerinage a Jerusalem et au Mont-Sinai en 1831, 1832 et 1833', Paris, 1839, 3rd edition, 3 volumes, 8 engraved plates as called for, contemporary quarter calf gilt; L'Abbe et Egron: 'La Terre-Sainte et les lieux Illustres par les Apotres. Vues Pittoresque d'apres Turner, Harding et autres celebres artistes', Paris, Hivert, 1847, added engraved title page + 47 full page plates + large folding map at end as called for, contemporary quarter calf gilt; Gustave Naghtigal: 'Sahara et Soudan', translated J. Gourdault, Paris, Hachette, [1881], large folding map + 33 plates + numerous vignettes, only volume published, devoted to Tripolitania, Fezzan, Tibesti, Kanem, Borkou and Bornou, contemporary crimson morocco backed gilt over matching cloth boards (5)

Lot 8014 – Estimate: £200.00 – £300.00 (zero)

A collection of 70+ books and booklets on The Gambia and West Africa, ex libris Sir Phillip Rodney Bridges (1922-2007) Chief Justice of the Gambia from 1968-1983, many with his ownership signatures and inscriptions/ book plates/ ink stamps to top page edges, plus nine volumes of typed selected judgements from the Supreme Court of the Gambia 1968-1982, each with Bridges' signature and manuscript title on top wrap and his manuscript indexes at front, three folders typed notes similar, books include Francis Bisset Archer: 'The Gambia Colony and Protectorate: An Official Handbook', London, St Bride's Press, [1905], 1st edition, port frontis and two folding maps and numerous illustrations throughout as called for, 364pp, original cloth gilt, all edges gilt; 1967 new impression of the same work, two folding maps, folding table and illustrations as called for, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, Bridge's ownership ink stamp to dust wrapper, ownership signature and inscription to FFEP and book plate to front paste down; 'The Gambia Currency Board', bound volume containing First Issue of Currency Notes, 5th October, 1964, six bank notes mounted on printed card leaves, oblong, crushed green morocco gilt by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, in original printed envelope marked for Bridges; Gamble: 'Notes on Mandinka', Bathurst, 1949, original printed wraps; H.R. Palmer: 'The Carthaginian Voyage to West Africa in 500 B.C.', Bathurst, 1931, xiii, 51pp, original cloth backed boards; plus numerous others folktales, Mandingo Kingdoms of the Senegambia, Wolof language, Krio-English dictionary, Ornithology, West African Law, Atlas of Gold Coast, Acora, 1945, plus W. African folding map, 1966, Gambian History, religion etc, plus a packet containing a quantity of Gambian stamp covers, Sir Phillip Bridges served in the Royal Artillery circa 1940-46, was attached to the RWAFF and served with them in Burma, and fought in the Arakan campaign involving a five month journey crossing ten rivers. After military service he was posted to the Gambia as a lands officer, becoming Attorney General in 1964, he helped draft the Gambian constitution prior to independence in 1965, remaining in his post until 1968 being the only European in the Gambian cabinet after independence. He was appointed Chief Justice of the Gambia in 1968 and earned a reputation for fairness, tolerance and kindness. He retired to England in 1983 and died in December 2007 in Suffolk

Lot 8015 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

Mungo Park: 'Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa: Performed in the Years 1795, 1796, and 1797. With an Account of a Subsequent Mission in that Country in 1805.', London, John Murray, 1817, 1816, new edition, 2 volumes, contemporary half calf gilt, armorial bookplates of George Head Head, Rickerby (c.1795-1876); plus another single volume edition of the same work, London, A.K. Newman, 1817, engraved frontispiece ''The Death of Mungo Park'', 254pp, contemporary half calf gilt (worn) (3)

Lot 8016 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

William Henry Bartlett, 2 titles: 'Forty Days in the Desert, on the Track of the Israelites; or, a Journey from Cairo, by Wady Feiran, to Mount Sinai and Petra', London, Arthur Hall, [1848], 1st edition, 45 engraved illustrations as called for comprising engraved frontis, added engraved vignette title, engraved folding map, 25 full page engraved plates + 17 engraved vignettes, contemporary decorative full morocco gilt (slightly scuffed/worn), all edges gilt; 'Walks about the City and Environs of Jerusalem', London, A. Hall, Virtue & Co., circa 1850, 2nd edition, engraved frontis, engraved vignette title page, 3 engraved maps (of which 2 double page) + 23 full page engraved plates and numerous vignettes as called for, contemporary decorative full crushed green morocco gilt (slightly scuffed/worn), all edges gilt, inner dentelles gilt (2)

Lot 8017 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

William Henry Bartlett, 2 titles: 'The Nile Boat; or, Glimpses of the Land of Egypt.', London, Arthur Hall, 1850, 2nd edition, engraved frontis, added engraved vignette title page + 33 engraved full page plates (of which 2 maps and a double page panorama of Alexandria) + 17 woodcuts as called for, contemporary full decorative morocco gilt (slightly scuffed/worn), all edges gilt; 'The Pilgrim Fathers; or, The Founders of New England in the Reign of James the First'.', London, Arthur Hall, 1853, 1st edition, engraved frontis, added engraved title page + 26 full page plates & 31 woodcuts as called for, contemporary full decorative morocco gilt (slightly scuffed/worn), all edges gilt (2)

Lot 8018 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

W H Bartlett, W E Finden et al: 'Findens's Views of the Ports, Harbours & Watering Places of Great Britain', London, James S Virtue, circa 1842, 2 volumes in 1, two added engraved title pages plus 142 engraved plates (the final 20 plates being views of Ireland), contemporary decorative plum morocco gilt, all edges gilt

Lot 8019 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Royal Commission on Historical Monumnets: 'An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Buckinghamshire', [1912], 2 volumes, 2 large folding maps and numerous plates from photographs, plans and drawings in text etc, 4to, original quarter navy morocco gilt (worn), boards detached but present, top edges gilt, plus Lysons: 'Magna Britannia, Volume 1, part 3: Buckinghamshire', circa 1806, [449]-742,[2]pp, engraved folding map and 12 engraved plates as called for, 4to, rebound cloth gilt (3)

Lot 8020 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

John Preston Neale & John Le Keux: 'Views of the Most Interesting Collegiate and Provincial Churches of Great Britain', London, 1824, 1st edition, 2 volumes, 96 plates and two vignettes as called for (incl. 25 plates Norfolk & Suffolk Churches), rebound cloth gilt; R & J Arthur Brandon: 'Parish Churches Being Perspective Views of English Ecclesiastical Structures', London, 1848-1851, 2 volumes, vast number of plates including Norfolk & Suffolk content, each original cloth gilt, rebacked with original backstrips retained (4)

Lot 8021 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

Sir William Richard Drake: 'Fascicules Mervinensis; Being Notes Historical, Genealogical, and Heraldic of the Family Mervin.', London, 1873, privately printed, mounted frontis + folding pedigrees as called for, folio, three quarter crushed morocco gilt, spine gilt in compartments, top edge gilt, bookplate of William Martin Archdale (1912-2003) to front pastedown

Lot 8022 – Estimate: £50.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Rev John Milner: 'The History and Survey of the Antiquities of Winchester', Winchester, Robbins, [1798-1801], 1st edition, 2 volumes, 2 engraved title pages + 10 engraved plates (of which several folding), 4to, contemporary calf gilt, rebacked retaining backstrips, armorial bookplates of Scrope Berdmore (1744-1814) and Henry C. Compton, Minstead Manor, Lyndhurst, to front paste downs (2)

Lot 8023 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

W H Pyne: 'Microcosm: or, A Picturesque Delineation of the Arts, Agriculture, Manufacturer, & c of Great Britain', 1806, a/f sold as a series of plates only, 19 hand coloured aquatint plates only (one of which with closed tear, others VGC), depicting fishermen, blacksmiths, masons, millers, agriculture etc, disbound oblong folio, title page loose/creased

Lot 8024 – Estimate: £150.00 – £200.00 (zero)

William Byrne and Thomas Hearne: 'Antiquities of Great Britain', London, T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1807, volumes I & II, portrait of Hearne + additional engraved title page/frontispiece in volume 1 + 82 engraved plates as called for (including some Castleacre, Leiston, Castle Rising, Caister Castle, Dunwich, Yarmouth), oblong folio, contemporary full calf gilt (worn), armorial bookplates of H W Livett, Letter to Mr Cross as a present from Mr Livett in envelope attached to front pastedown volume I (2)

Lot 8025 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Thomas Moule & William Westall: 'Great Britain Illustrated', London, Charles Tilt, 1830, added engraved vignette title page, plus 118 engraved views on 59 full page plates as called for, large 4to, contemporary quarter calf gilt, top edge gilt, plus John Britton: 'The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain', 1807, 1809, 1826, volumes 1,2 & 5 (of 5), numerous engraved plates, large 4to, uniform contemporary half calf gilt (worn) (4)

Lot 8026 – Estimate: £50.00 – £100.00 (zero)

A large quantity of mainly early-mid 20th Century folding maps including Devonshire Sheet LXXXVIII second edition 1906', 6 inches to 1 mile; 'Devonshire sheet XC N.W.', same scale and date/edition and others similar Okehampton; Crediton; Petertavy; Horsham; Sussex, 1813, published Lt.Col. Mudge Tower, engraved Benj. Baker, sheets 5 and 9, each dissected and backed onto linen, in battered slipcase; Ordnance Survey of Gloucester, electrotyped 1862, 1 inch to 1 mile, sheets 34, 43 and 44, in original slipcase (worn); plus numerous others

Lot 8027 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

A small collection of books on East Anglia, including Copinger: 'Suffolk Records & MSS, etc', London, Henry Sotheran, 1904, vols 1-3 & 5, original cloth gilt, ex Francis Bacon library; Hartley: 'Thomas Tusser 1557 Floruit His Good Points of Husbandry', 1931, 1st edition; 'A Great Estate at Work - The Holkham Estate... in the nineteenth Century', 1980, 1st edition; plus Munnings etc (12)

Lot 8028 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

K.G. Farries: 'Essex Windmills, Millers and Millwrights' illustrated F.L. Bussell, London, Charles Skilton, 1981-1988, 1st edition, five volumes, original green leatherette, dust wrappers, plus H. Munro Cautley: 'Suffolk Churches and their Treasures', Ipswich, 1954, 3rd edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (6)

Lot 8029 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

Five East Anglian interest titles including Louis Dahl: The Roman Camp and the Irish Saint at Burgh Castle', 1913, 1st edition, folding maps and plates as called for, original cloth gilt, lower board soiled; Claude Morley: 'The Registers of the Parish of Monks' Soham, in the County of Suffolk', 1920, privately printed, one of 150 copies only, 173,[2]pp, contemporary cloth gilt; Winn: 'Records of the Borough of Aldeburgh - The Order Book 1549-1631', 1925, original cloth gilt; Bloom: 'Early English Tracts...Vol. I (Early Period) 1473-1650 (Suffolk)', 1922, original cloth gilt; plus one other similar (5)

Lot 8030 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

John Cullum: 'The History & Antiquities of Hawstead, and Hardwick, in the County of Suffolk', London, 1813, 2nd and best edition, one of 230 copies only, 2 engraved plates and 6 pedigrees as called for, extra illustrated with addtional illustrations and autograph letters including plan of Hawstead church Hawstead Place letter, Gery Milner-Gibson-Cullum letters, Grants of Arms of Mary Cullum etc, 4to, contempory calf gilt worn (top board detached but present)

Lot 8031 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

W A Copinger: 'History of the Parish of Buxhall in the County of Suffolk', London, Henry Sotheran & Co, 1902, 1st edition, inscribed by author, folding map + 24 plates as called for, original cloth gilt, armorial bookplate of Colonel Sir Thomas Courtney Theydon Warner (1857-1934), of Brettenham Park Suffolk

Lot 8032 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Francis Stone: 'Picturesque views of all the Bridges Belonging to the County of Norfolk in a series of Eighty-Four Prints in Lithography', [1830], 1st edition, lithograph title + 83 (of 84) litho plates by Engelman after Francis Stone, lacks 'Harpham', and 'Larlingford 1' supplied loose at front, bound in 2 modern cloth volumes, original brown card wraps for the 4 parts bound in (wrap for part 1 without printed label (2)

Lot 8033 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Mostyn John Armstrong: 'History & Antiquities of the County of Norfolk', Norwich, 1781, 10 volumes, volume 1 (Blofield, Brothercross & Clackclose), engraved folding map of Norfolk; Volume 2 (Clavering, Depwade, Diss & Earsham), 5 engraved plates including Scole Inn and Scole Inn sign, both folding; Volume 3 (North Erpingham, South Erpingham & Eynsford) 12 engraved plates including Barningham Hall, Cromer, Felbrigg Hall, Wolterton Hall etc; Volume 4 (East Flegg, West Flegg & Forehoe), 5 engraved plates including Yarmouth, Costessey Hall, Wymondham Abbey etc, Volume 5 (Freebridge Lynn, Freebridge Marshland & Gallow), engraved folding map of Fens and 6 engraved plates including Castleacre, Castle Rising, Middleton Castle etc, Volume 6 (North Greenhoe, South Greenhoe, Grimeshoe & Guiltcross), 7 plates including Binham Priory, Holkham Hall, Stiffkey Hall etc; Volume 7 (Happing, Henstead, Holt, Humbleyard & Loddon) , 6 plates including Bixley Hall, Kirby Bedon, Melton Constable etc and two extras not called for Langley House & Ditchingham Hall; Volume 8 (Launditch, Mitford & Shropham), 7 engraved plates; Volume 9 (Smithdon, Taverham, Tunstead, Walsham & Wayland), 6 engraved plates; Volume 10 (Norwich), 7 engraved plates including view of Norwich, Cathedral, Castle, Bank, Hospital etc (lacks plan of Norwich), a good set with majority of plates, old calf/half calf gilt, mixed condition, duplicates of Volume 1, 2 & 10 (13)

Lot 8034 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

John Stacy: 'A Topographical & Historical Account of the City of Norwich', 1819, 1st edition, engraved frontis of Cathedral, folding map of the city and folding population table, contemporary tooled decorative morocco gilt, rebacked, original backstrip retained

Lot 8035 – Estimate: £70.00 – £100.00 (zero)

John Glyde: 'Illustrations of Old Ipswich, 1889, 1st edition, 12 plates as called for, folio, rebound quarter cloth gilt, top edge gilt; G R Clarke: 'The History & Description of the Town and Borough of Ipswich', Ipswich, S Piper, [1830], 1st edition, engraved frontis, engraved title page + 14 full page plates and ills. in text as called for, old paper covered boards, later rebacked, printed paper label to spine (worn); [Richard Gowing]: 'Public Men of Ipswich & East Suffolk', Ipswich, Scopes, 1875, inscribed by the author, 292pp + 20pp adverts at end, original cloth gilt (worn) (3)

Lot 8036 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

(Diss Interest). Dr Thomas Amyot, of Diss; 'Verses and Ballads', Norwich, Goose, 1897, 3 illustrations as called for, manuscript family pedigree to FFEP by Stephen Govier, original paper covered boards gilt (worn); plus Douglas Pluck: 'The River Waveney, its Watermills and Navigation', Bungay, 1994 original cloth, dust wrapper (2)

Lot 8037 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

H R Barker: 'West Suffolk, Illustrated - East Suffolk, Illustrated', Bury St Edmunds, Pawsey, 1907-1909, 1st editions, 2 volumes, each with 566 illustrations from photographs as called for,West Suffolk rebound quarter calf gilt, East Suffolk contempory cloth gilt, rebacked retaining original backstrip (2)

Lot 8038 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Robert Hawes and Robert Loder: 'The History of Framlingham, in the County of Suffolk', Woodbridge, 1798, limited edition (250), 10 engraved plates as called for, xii,453,[4]pp, 4to, old quarter cloth worn

Lot 8039 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

John Speed: 'Suffolk described and divided into hundreds [Suffolk]', engraved map, London, Bassett & Chiswell, [1676], inset town plan of Ipswich, printed area approx. size 38 X 50.5cm, loose

Lot 8040 – Estimate: £30.00 – £40.00 (zero)

Eight circa late 19th Century to early 20th Century Ordnance Survey maps of Norfolk etc, each 1 inch to 1 mile scale and engraved hand coloured folding maps dissected and backed onto linen, comprising sheets 176 Lowestoft and Environs; 162 Yarmouth...., 175 Diss, Harleston, Buckenhams, Long Stratton...., 148 North Broads...., 161 Norwich, 131 Cromer...., 189 Bury St Edmunds...., 159 Wisbech...., each with printed paper label and housed in original slip case with printed paper label

Lot 8041 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

James Wyld (published):'A new Map of the County of Suffolk. Reduced from the Large Map in Six Sheets, and compared with the Trigonometrical Survey.', London, 1841, new edition, engraved hand coloured folding map, dissected and backed onto linen, approx. 59 X 85cm

Lot 8042 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Norfolk interest ephemera, a snapshot photograph album 1929-1931, 75 topographical and architectural views including Shimpling, Mildenhall, Fersfield, Mettingham, Baconsthorpe, Langley Staithe, Colegate, Eaton Grove, Opie Street, Houghton Hall, Brisley, Walsingham, Deopham, many country houses and some churches, some other parts of UK, images 7 X 10cm, oblong, original cloth gilt ; South Norfolk Women's Unionist Association, Eastern Branch Earsham, book of manuscript notes/minutes from meetings 1929-1967 good quality manuscript and some typed notes at end, notes signed by A. Howe & Grace D Meade and dated throughout, old quarter cloth; an old ledger containing local interest news cuttings mainly, circa 1940's/1950's, large folio, full calf gilt (worn) (3)

Lot 8043 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

A packet containing Diss Express Newspapers 1867, 1868, 1907, 1931; a sale poster Mount Street Diss, T.W. Gaze, 1893; plus a photograph of an 1842 print of Scole Inn, the photo by Cleer S.Alger, Diss, mounted (2)

Lot 8044 – Estimate: £10.00 – £20.00 (zero)

Abstract of title of a Jeremiah Brock of Wortwell, 1819, seven large folding sheets, string tied

Lot 8045 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00

A packet of 14 vellum and other indentures 1850's-1920's, all Attleborough related, including vellum conveyance 1883 for ''Shrub House'', Attleborough, messuage of building and over 4 acres of land, outbuildings, pleasure garden, etc., situated between Hargham Road and Turnpike Road (present day High Street), 5 pages including hand-coloured pen & ink plan, plus another similar vellum document 1854 for same estate, also with hand-coloured pen & ink plan, etc., etc

Lot 8046 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A local interest early 20th Century manuscript ledger/account book, 450+numbered pages, but approx. half of those pages with manuscript entries dated 1906-1922, mainly relating to building materials, farming, etc., places mentioned including Banham, Shropham, East Harling, Besthorpe, Thetford, Bunwell, Deopham, Hingham, Norwich, etc., etc., old half calf gilt (very worn)

Lot 8047 – Estimate: £100.00 – £200.00 (zero)

A collection of 80+ mainly Norwich and Norfolk related billheads/bills circa 1860's-1930's, many for Coachbuilders, Engineers, Founders, Saddlers etc, majority with engraved vignette illustrations at head and with manuscript dates, description of goods and prices detailed, including ''Robert Bacon, Barn Tavern, St. Benedict's Gates, Licensed to Let horses, cabs...Funeral Cars, Closed Hearses, Black Coaches...'', bill for a funeral car and 2 mourning carriages, April 15th 1891, for Mr Bussey (possibly linked to Busseys coachbuilders of Norwich), engraved vignette illustration of coach and horse at head; W.S. Boulton, Manufacturers etc, Rose Lane Foundry & Iron Works Norwich, 1865; Boulton & Paul, Rose Lane Foundry & Iron Works Norwich, 1894 & 1909 (2); Edgar Watts Coach Builder, Corn Hall, Bungay, 1911; A. Cuddon, Carriage Builder, Bungay, 1911; W.W. Rogers, Coach Builder, Cromer, 1924; Grace Cuddon, Coach Builders, Bungay, 1906; H. Arthurton, Collar, Saddle and Harness Maker, 1899; G.S. Knights, Saddler, Ludham, 1927 (2); James Branford, Saddler, Bungay, 1893 & 1894 (2); P. Wilkinson & Son, Saddle and Harness Manufacturers, St. Giles' St. Norwich, 1893; Crowe & Son's, Removal & Warehousing, St. Stephen's St. Norwich, 1888; Holmes & Sons, Engineers, Iron Founders, and Machine Manufacturers, Prospect Place Works, Castle Hill, Norwich, 1882 (2), 1891, 1899 & 1902 (5 in total); T. Smithdale & Son, Engineers, Millwrights, Iron & Brass Founders, Acle, 1892 & 1903 (2); W.E. Wigg & Sons, Agricultural & Motor Engineers, Tractor Agents, Barnby Foundry, Nr. Beccles, (4), no dates or m/s entries, circa early 1900's; James Lambert & Sons, Motor Car Proprietors, Ditchingham, 1925; Jewson & Sons, Norwich & Yarmouth, 1888; William Parson, Gun Maker, Swaffham, circa 1880-1900; Ruymp & Son, Horticultural & Builders' Merchant, St. George's Bridge Wharf, Norwich, 1901 (3); Samuel Darby, Coal, Slate & Timber Merchant, Beccles, 1888, 1893 & 1908 x 2 (4); plus others T. Pank, West Runton; Daniel A. Cameron, Bungay; Edward Gibbs, Reepham; John Browne, Phoenix Foundry Norwich, 1813, etc etc, mainly all tipped in at corners onto later 20th Century manila card wallets and housed in a blue binder

Lot 8048 – Estimate: £50.00 – £75.00 (zero)

William Taylor: 'The Antiquities of Kings Lynn', Lynn, J Thaw, 1844, 1st edition, 30 plates as called for, contemporary half calf gilt (worn), plus William Richards: 'The History of Lynn.....of marshland, Wisbech, and the Fens', Lynn, R Baldwin, 1812, Volume 2 only, 11 aquatint plates (of 15), lacks map, 4 extra duplicate aquatints loosley inserted, rebound quarter calf gilt (2)

Lot 8049 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Rev. John H Broome: 'Houghton and The Walpoles', London & Lynn, 1865, 1st edition, engraved frontis, 43pp, contemporary calf gilt, plus Bloom: 'Notices of the Castle and Priory at Castleacre', London, 1843, 1st edition, frontis and 11 plates and 4 plans and illustrations in text as called for, original cloth gilt (worn); plus Savin's History of Cromer, 1937, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (3)

Lot 8050 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

'Guide to Holkham, The Seat of The Right Honorable The Earl of Leicester, containing an account of the house and gardens in a tour through the park to the sea', Norwich, Henry W Stacy, 1861, 1st edition, frontis + 2 plates, 86,[10]pp, original cloth backed printed wraps. Scarce

Lot 8051 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

J S Henslow: 'Flora of Suffolk: A Catalogue of plants (indigenous or naturalized, ) found in wild state in the County of Suffolk', [1860], 1st edition, original blind stamped cloth gilt; Galpin: 'An Account of The Flowering Plants, Ferns and Allies of Harleston......To which are added observations on the Birds of the District by Charles Candler', 1888, 1st edition, frontis, original cloth gilt; Churchill Babington: 'Catalogue of the Birds of Suffolk', 1884-1886, 1st edition, map frontis and 7 plates as called for, original cloth gilt; plus Bewick:'Quadrupeds', 1807, 5th edition, wood engravings throughout, old half calf, lacks backstrip and lower board (4)

Lot 8052 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Robert Loder: 'The Terrier of Woodbridge...... Exhibited at the Primary Visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry, Bishop of the said Diocese, held at Woodbridge, June 5th, 1806', Robert Loder, 1811, 2nd edition, considerably enlarged, 28pp, advert slip at end, bookplate of John Arnott (1864-1930), of Woodbridge, 4to, rebound cloth; plus 'Appointment of the Rent Charge in lieu of Tithes in the Parish of Woodbridge, in the County of Suffolk', 1841, 30pp, some leaves toned and worn with repairs, 4th rebound cloth (2)

Lot 8053 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Six titles Woodbridge and environs, including Major Peter Carthew: 'A Short History of Woodbridge', [1950], original cloth; Vincent B. Restone & others, a composite bound album of extracts on Woodbridge etc from 'Booth's Almanack', circa 1897-1904, Vincent redstone's copy with his ownership signature to FFEP, contemporary quarter calf gilt; plus 2 George Booth view albums Woodbridge circa late 19th/early 20th Century, larger format album (19 x 28cm) with 20 plates including Seckford Hall, Ufford Church and Martlesham Red Lion, the other (17 x 24cm) with 18 views on 8 leaves, each oblong, original boards gilt (worn); plus 'The Story of Ufford' by R W Maitland, 1879, printed by W E Harrison of Ipswich, colour image of Ufford Place pasted in, original cloth gilt; plus Dudley Symon: 'Woodbridge in Suffolk', [1934], original pictorial cloth (6)

Lot 8054 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

George Crabbe: 'The Poetical Works of the Rev. George Crabbe: With his letters and journals, and his life, by his son', London, John Murray, 1834, 8 volumes, each with engraved frontis and added engraved title page as called for; plus 'Life of The Rev. George Crabbe, LLB by his son', Murray, 1838, new edition, 15 engraved plates, rebound uniform quarter calf (9). George Crabbe (1754-1832), known as Aldeburgh's Poet, was educated at Bungay and later Stowmarket, was married in Beccles and for 13 years had a living as a clergyman in Parham, Great Glemham and Rendham, eventually gaining poetic fame and capturing the imagination of his peers with his ''realistic narrative poetry'' based on the middle and working classes of the time

Lot 8055 – Estimate: £250.00 – £350.00 (zero)

Robert Dixon: 'Sketches Illustrative of the Scenery of Norfolk', 1811, lacks title, 34 etched plates + original illustrated etched title from top board depicting arch at Castle Acre Priory tipped in at front + 4 plates loose in packet, 4to, contemporary half green morocco gilt. Very scarce

Lot 8056 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

[Edward Clodd]: A guide to Aldeburgh : with a brief description of adjacent places: being a hand-book for visitors and residents', Aldeburgh, J. Buck, 1861, 1st edition, 8 engraved views by Rock Brothers as called for, original blind stamped cloth gilt, very scarce; plus N.F. Hele: 'Notes or Jottings about Aldeburgh, Suffolk', London, 1870, 1st edition, 5 plates as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt, text block split, some leaves loose (2)

Lot 8057 – Estimate: £100.00 – £200.00 (zero)

Robert Ladbrooke: 'Views of the Churches in Norfolk...Illustrative of Blomefield's History of That County', Norwich, John Stacy, circa 1821-1832, 185+ lithograph plates of Norfolk Churches, housed loose in approx 50 numbered sets of original printed wrappers, wrappers mixed condition; plus a small quantity of other prints including Hawking, Falconers, Beggars etc.

Lot 8058 – Estimate: £70.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Nine Suffolk interest volumes including J J Howard (edited): 'The Visitation of Suffolk...', Lowestoft, Tymms, 1866, 2 volumes, numerous engraved plates, pedigrees, seals etc., contemporary cloth worn, rebacked, contemporary calf gilt lables to spines; Shoberl: 'A Topographical and Historical Description of the County of Suffolk', London [1820], added engraved title page, folding map + 13 plates as called for, old cloth backed boards (worn); 'The List of County Bridges in the Eastern Division of the County of Suffolk', Ipswich, S H Cowells, 24pp, 4to, rebound quarter calf gilt, original wraps bound in; Hollingsworth: 'The History of Stowmarket', 1844, 12 maps, plates etc as called for, original cloth gilt (worn); plus Raven 'History of Suffolk', 1895, Kelly's Directory of Suffolk 1900 (a/f), 'Maria Marten The Murder in the Red Barn', 1948, plus one other (9)

Lot 8059 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

Seven Suffolk interest volumes including Suckling: 'The History and Anquities of the Hundreds of Blything and Part of Lothingland. In the County of Suffolk', 1847, volume 2 only, Frontis + 24 plates, 4to, disbound, top board only present; Kirby 'The Suffolk Traveller', Woodbridge, [nd], circa 1817, added engraved title page, 397,72pp, contemporary calf gilt; 'Morris & Co.'s Commercial Directory...of Suffolk', Nottingham, 1868, 580,126pp, numerous engraved period adverts, original cloth gilt (worn), rebacked; Hugh Pigot: 'Hadleigh. The Town, The Church, and the Great Men...', Lowestoft, 1860, 10 plates (5 folding) as called for, original cloth gilt (worn); plus view album of Saxmundham circa 1900 (a/f); G.A. Cooke 'Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Suffolk', circa 1810, engraved folding map, 142,[2]pp, 12mo, contemporary half calf, plus one other (7)

Lot 8060 – Estimate: £120.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Francis Stone: 'Picturesque Views of the Norfolk Bridges', 1830-1831, in four original parts as issued, engraved title page + 84 lithograph plates as called for, author's inscribed presentation copy to John Rogerson Esq on upper cover of part 4, oblong 4to, original roan backed card covers, printed labels to upper covers, bookplates of R.W. Lamb of Lowestoft. Scarce in the original parts (4)

Lot 8061 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00

Henry Davy (1793-1865), seven etchings circa 1820's including Fritton Church, Covehithe, Mutford, Pakenham, Herringfleet etc, each plate impression approx 25x30cm, housed loose in packet

Lot 8062 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00

John Sell Cotman (1782-1842), a packet of early 19th Century etchings including Arminghall, Erpingham etc; packet of 13 Norfolk & Suffolk brasses circa 1817, framed and glazed etching of South Gate, Yarmouth, 1817; plus a Norwich School etching of children, possibly J.S. Cotman, loose in packet (4)

Lot 8063 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00

A large circa Mid 19th Century mezzotint portrait of Sir Edward Kerrison (1821-1886), 2nd Baronet of Oakley Park, Hoxne and Brome Hall, Suffolk, after George Richmond, approx 63cm x 45cm; plus a mezzotint portrait of Robert Adair of Flixton Hall, Suffolk, 1791, framed and glazed (2)

Lot 8064 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

James Sillett (1964-1840), Norwich School artist, five mounted lithographs of Norwich Churches Comprising St Peters, Southgate (2); St Martin at Oak; St Swithin's; St. Etheldred, each image approx 19 x 25cm (5)

Lot 8065 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00

Samuel & Nathaniel Buck, six 18th Century engraved views of Suffolk, comprising Leiston Abbey; Bury St Edmund's Abbey; Burgh Castle; Butley Priory; Framlingham Castle; Orford Castle (6)

Lot 8066 – Estimate: £70.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Samuel & Nathaniel Buck, eight 18th Century engraved views of Norfolk, comprising Binham Priory; Walsingham Priory; Wymondham Abbey; Castleacre Priory; Castleacre Castle; Castle Rising castle; Bromholm Priory; Thetford Priory (8)

Lot 8067 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

Redenhall Church 19th Century lithograph by George Fitt & Day and Haghe, image approx 35 x 45cm; plus a Milton & Fourdrinier engraving of Redenhall Church, image approx 25 x 36cm, mounted (2)

Lot 8068 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

A 19th Century Lithograph of Flixton Hall, Suffolk, by R.B Coe for William Norman, Mendham, with armorial of Sir Robert Shafto Adair, image approx 25 x 42.5cm, scarce

Lot 8069 – Estimate: £15.00 – £30.00 (zero)

An engraved view of Wolterton Manor House at East Barsham, Norfolk, by John Adey Repton, 1811, image approx size 26x43cm

Lot 8070 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

A coloured lithograph 'Valley of Thorpe, Near Norwich, from Butter Hills', 1842, by M.E. Cotman/Day & Haghe, image 16 x 27cm, mounted; plus a framed and glazed lithograph of the Assembly House by James Sillett, 1828 (2)

Lot 8071 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

William Daniell, an uncoloured aquatint of Lowestoft, 1822, image approx 17 x 25cm, loose; plus a framed and glazed hand coloured engraving of Great Yarmouth, after J.M.W. Turner, image approx 18 x 25cm; plus another similar of North Gate & St Nicholas Church spire, Yarmouth, framed and glazed (3)

Lot 8072 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

John Sell Cotman: 'Norwich Art Circle ninth Exhibition, July 1888. Drawings by the late John Sell Cotman', Norwich, [1888], illustrated title page, portrait, facsimile letter + 40 illustrations on 26 full page plates, [8],27,[42],14pp, 4to, contemporary cloth gilt. Scarce

Lot 8073 – Estimate: £120.00 – £150.00 (zero)

John Sell Cotman: 'Engravings of sepulchral brasses in Norfolk and Suffolk : tending to illustrate the ecclesiastical, military, and civil costume as well as to preserve memorials of ancient families in that county', London, Henry G. Bohn, 1839, 2nd edition, 2 volumes, 171 plates comprising 2 coloured frontispieces + 169 mainly hand tinted plates, many folding, folio, contemporary half calf gilt (very worn), all edges gilt (2)

Lot 8074 – Estimate: £250.00 – £350.00 (zero)

John Sell Cotman & Thomas Rickman: 'Etchings-Specimens of Castellated & Ecclesiastical Remains in the County of Norfolk, A Third Series of Etchings....- Specimens of Architectural Remains in the Counties of York, Cambridge, Suffolk, Lincoln, Essex, and North Wales, A Fourth Series of Etchings...', London, Henry G Bohn, 1818, volumes 3 & 4 (of 5) bound in 1, 80 plates as list (Volume three 50 plates, Volume four 30 plates) plus added engraved title page for Volume 2, large folio, old half morocco gilt worn, top edge gilt. Scarce

Lot 8075 – Estimate: £400.00 – £600.00 (zero)

John Sell Cotman; Dawson Turner & Thomas Rickman: 'Architectural Antiquities of Norfolk, a Series of Etchings, of the Most Remarkable Remains in the County - Specimens of Norman and Gothic Remains in the County of Norfolk, a Second Series of Etchings - Specimens of Castellated and Ecclesiastical Remains in the County of Norfolk, a Third Series of Etchings', London, Henry G. Bohn, 1838, 3 volumes (of 5) bound in 1, added engraved title page, engraved dedication plate and 140 (of 160) plates, vol one 50 (of 60) plates, vol two 43 (of 50) plates, vol three 47 (of 50) plates, ex library, plates with inkstamp verso and unobtrusive blind stamp recto, elephant folio, rebound half cloth gilt, top edge gilt, plates and leaves generally clean, minimal foxing

Lot 8076 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

Bound Inventory and Valuation, Flat A, 6 Ashburn Gardens, Kensington SW.7, January 1936, property of Charles Archibald Walpole (1881-1943), including Furniture, Pictures, Ornamental items, Silver and other effects, 50pp, Maple & Co. Valuers, original green cloth gilt.

Lot 8077 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

A packet containing 25 sale particulars circa 1930's-1960's, mainly properties in Diss including Nunnery etc., couple Great Moulton and Carleton Rode; 5 sale posters for properties in Diss on Mere Street, Victoria Road, Denmark Street, 1909-1931, all T.W. Gaze auctioneer

Lot 8078 – Estimate: £15.00 – £25.00 (zero)

Two packets Pulham Market sale particulars and posters, including sale particulars for ''The Gothic House'', Pulham Market, 1908, with large folding plan, plus 6 others Walnut Tree Farm, Pulham Market, 1940's-1960's, one with plan, plus 5 early-mid 20th Century sale posters, various properties Pulham Market etc (2)

Lot 8079 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

A hand coloured lithograph of Gillingham Hall & Church by Henry Davy, 1863, 26cm x 40cm; plus an 1833 lithograph of Redenhall Church by George Fitt, 40cm x 45cm (2)

Lot 8080 – Estimate: £15.00 – £25.00 (zero)

Packet sale particulars incl Hestley Hall, Thorndon, Suffolk, 1937, folding plan, illustration from photo mounted to top wrap, plus 10 others 1920's-1960's including Stradbroke, Hoxne, Thelnetham etc

Lot 8081 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

Two packets of approx 25 sale particulars, mainly mid 20th Century, Ipswich including St Matthews Lodge with plan and photo; Scawfell; Harkstead Hall etc, plus others Ipswich & Felixstowe, Topplesfield Essex ''Goosely's Farm'' 1913 etc (2)

Lot 8082 – Estimate: £15.00 – £30.00 (zero)

A packet of sale particulars, Ipswich, ''Red Towers'' Melton, Suffolk, 1912; ''Rose Hill House'', Ipswich, 1911; ''Wetheringsett Lodge'', 1936 etc etc

Lot 8083 – Estimate: £15.00 – £30.00 (zero)

A packet of sale particulars for Willisham Hall Estate, Suffolk, 1912; ''The Shrubbery'', Hasketon, Woodbridge, 1939; ''Red House'', Sproughton, 1939 + 5 others Felixstowe, Ipswich, Cretingham etc

Lot 8084 – Estimate: £10.00 – £20.00 (zero)

A packet of sale particulars including ''The Felixstowe & Walton Estate'' comprising Gulpher Farm & House, Laurel Farm etc, 1910, folding Plan and illustration from photo's, original printed wraps, plus some others Walton and a Walton sale poster 1905.

Lot 8085 – Estimate: £10.00 – £20.00 (zero)

Bramfield Hall, Halesworth, sale particulars 1910, with folding plan and illustrations from photos, original printed wraps.

Lot 8086 – Estimate: £10.00 – £20.00 (zero)

Wetheringsett Manor House Estate sale particulars, 1910, with illustrations from photos, original pictorial wraps.

Lot 8087 – Estimate: £10.00 – £20.00 (zero)

Sale Particulars for ''The Grove Estate'', Little Bealings, Suffolk, 1936, folding plan, original wraps, plus ''The Creeping Hall Estate'', Stutton, Suffolk, 1913, folding plan in rear pocket, map and illustrations from phots, original printed wraps.

Lot 8088 – Estimate: £15.00 – £20.00 (zero)

A packet of Stradbroke sale particulars c1908-1947 including Hall Farm, The Stoves, Cottages, ''Melville'' etc, all T.W.Gaze Auctioneers

Lot 8089 – Estimate: £15.00 – £20.00 (zero)

Brome Hall Estate sale particulars 1953, estate of Sir Thomas Tacon & Miss Maude Tacon, 1953, with plans in rear pocket, original printed wraps, plus various others Brome.

Lot 8090 – Estimate: £10.00 – £20.00 (zero)

Commerce Hall, Downham Market, sale particulars, 1899, with plan and illustration from photo, original printed wraps.

Lot 8091 – Estimate: £15.00 – £25.00 (zero)

A packet of sale particulars including Brome Hall 1953; Weybread 1923, with folding plan; Horham; Cretingham; Broke Hall Estate 1927

Lot 8092 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Eight Suffolk interest volumes, including Thomas Kitson Cromwell: 'Excursions in the County of Suffolk', London, 1818, 2 volumes, large paper copy, folding map of Suffolk, folding plan of Ipswich, 2 added engraved title pages and 96 plates as called for, rebound half calf gilt; Kirby: 'The Suffolk Traveller', London, 1764, 2nd edition, large hand coloured folding map of Suffolk + four folding road strip maps + 12 plates, xvi, 340pp, bound together with Richard Canning: 'An Account of the Gifts & Legacies... bequeathed to the town of Ipswich', 1747, vi,201,[2]pp., and 'An Historical Account of the Twelve Prints... in the county of Suffolk...by Joshua Kirby', 1748, [4],36,4pp, contemporary calf gilt, lacks bakcstrip, top board detached (but present), from Monks Hall Syleham; 'Harrod & Co's Directory of Suffolk & Cambridgeshire', 1873, a/f, title page and first few leaves supplied in facsimile, rebacked; Barham-Zincke: 'Some Materials For the History of Wherstead', 1887, maps and plates as called for, inscribed by author, original cloth (worn); plus Badham 'History of All Saints Church Sudbury', 1852, 'The Betts of Wortham' 1912, plus one other (8)

Lot 8093 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Haggar & Miller: 'Suffolk Clocks and Clockmakers', Thanet, 1974, signed by authors to half title, 86 illustrations as called for, original cloth gilt (worn)

Lot 8094 – Estimate: £70.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Samuel Tymms: 'An Architectural & Historical Account of Saint Mary's Church, Bury St Edmund's', 1848, 1st edition, four original parts, hand coloured additional title page and vignettes and ills. throughout, Norman Scarfe's copy with his signature to top wrap pt.1 and his m/s notes throughout, pts 1-3 original printed wraps, pt. 4 later plain wraps; J.Dalenger: 'A Record of Woodbridge Parish Church.... Also, a full and complete copy of the Parish Terrier, to which is added some Account of Seckford's Chapel', Woodbridge, 1875, neat m/s notes on bound in slips of paper throughout, 4to, old cloth gilt, original wraps bound in; William Stevenson Fitch: 'Catalogue of Suffolk Manorial Registers', 1843, fifty copies printed for private circulation, inscribed ''Richard Allmack Esqr. with the best regards of the Editor - Ipswich July 10-1843'', vii,[1],50pp, original cloth gilt, scarce; plus Redstone: 'Records of Protestant Dissenters in Suffolk', 'Suffolk Parish Registers. Marriages, Vol, IV',1931, ex-lib, (100); R & J Brandon 'Parish Churches' 1851, 2 vols, (a/f) plus one other (11)

Lot 8095 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

A collection of Norfolk interest volumes, including Stone: 'Picturesque Views of all the Bridges Belonging to the County of Norfolk', [1830], 52 (of 84) plates only, a/f, oblong folio, old half calf very worn, lacks top board, no title page, plates only; volume 7 of Armstrong's History of Norfolk, 1781, 5 engraved plates of Bixley Hall, Venta Icenorum, Kirby Bedon, Melton constable, Ditchingham Hall, rebound cloth gilt, with another composite volume containing Hundreds of Blofield, Greenhoe, Henstead & Humbleyard, extra illustrated from Bryant's Churches, rebound cloth gilt; Woodward: 'The Norfolk Topographer's Manual', 1842, old half calf worn; Messent: 'The old Cottages and Farm-Houses of Norfolk', 1928, and 'The Ruined Churches of Norfolk', 1931, (inner joints split), each original cloth; Willins 'Quaint Old Norwich', 1884, (324/500), a/f very worn; Rock & Co 'Recollections of Norwich' circa 1864 view album, 24 views; Grose 'Antiquities of England & Wales', 1784, Norfolk Extract from Vol IV, engraved map and 13 prints; Kitson Cromwell: 'History of Norfolk', Witham & Maldon, 1825, 2 vols, engravings after Cotman etc, contemporary calf, rebacked; Farrier 'Norfolk Monumental Brasses', 1890, signed, etc etc (18)

Lot 8096 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Druery: 'Historical & Topographical Notices of Great Yarmouth', 1826, 1st edition, 7 (of 8) plates + two folding pedigrees (1 repaired) + vignette, old cloth gilt; Dawson Turner: 'Sketch of the History of Caister Castle, near Yarmouth', 1842, 1st edition, 11 (of 12) plates, working copy, old cloth, crudely rebacked; 'Photographic view Album of Great Yarmouth', circa 1900, 59 black and white views, oblong 4to, original boards gilt (worn); Charles john Palmer: 'The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth', 1872-1874, vols 1 & 2 (of 3) only, each ex-library, numerous plates, vol 2 rebound green cloth gilt, vol 3 old black cloth gilt (very worn) (5)

Lot 8097 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Charles Parkin: 'The Topography of Freebridge hundred and half, in the county of Norfolk', Lyn, 1762, 1st edition, folding engraved plan of Lynn by Henrico Bell 1725 loosely inserted, folding pedigrees etc as called for, folio, contemporary calf worn (top board near detached), bookplates of Bryan Hall of Old Rectory, Banningham, and Francis J Cresswell

Lot 8098 – Estimate: £200.00 – £250.00 (zero)

Francis Blomefield & Charles Parkin: ''An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk'', London, William Miller, 1805-1809, large paper copy, volumes 2-7 & 10 only (of 11 volumes), volumes present cover Thetford, Grimeshou, Wayland, Forehoe (vol. 2); Norwich Part 1 (vol. 3); Norwich Part 2, with large engraved folding plan of Norwich at end (large closed tear but else ok), (vol. 4); Humbleyard, Depwade, Earsham & Henstead (vol. 5); South Greenhoe & South Erpingham (vol. 6); Gallow, Brothercross, Blofield & Clackclose (vol. 7); Launditch, Loddon, Mitford, Smethdon & Taverham (vol. 10), other than Norwich plan appears to be without other plates, large 4to (32 x 25cm), contemporary paper covered boards worn, crudely rebacked cloth, some vols. lacking part/all of cloth backstrips. Scarce in large paper form, good reference (7)

Lot 8099 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Rev. Kirby Trimmer: 'Flora of Norfolk', London, Hamilton Adams, 1866, original decorative cloth gilt, all edges gilt; Rev Richard Lubbock: 'Observations on the Fauna of Norfolk, and more particularly on the District of the Broads', Norwich, Charles Muskett, 1845, 1st edition, folding map + two plates as called for, original blind stamped cloth gilt (worn); plus a copy of the 1879 edition revised by Stevenson, Southwell and Newton, folding map + two plates as called for, original cloth gilt; P.H. Emerson: 'Birds, Beasts and Fishes of the Norfolk Broadland', London, Nutt, 1885, 1st edition, 24 ills. from photos on 8 leaves of plates + double page map, contemporary m/s pencil notes of a weeks tour on the broads to FFEP, original cloth backed pictorial boards, plus one other Norfolk interest (6)

Lot 8100 – Estimate: £180.00 – £220.00 (zero)

Arthur Henry Patterson, 3 titles: 'A Norfolk Naturalist', 1930, 1st edition, signed and inscribed to FFEP, original cloth gilt; 'Nature in Eastern Norfolk', 1905, 1st edition, pencil ownership signature of Naturalist and Wildlife Photographer Richard Kearton (1862-1928), to front pastedown, original cloth gilt; 'Notes of an East Coast Naturalist', 1904, 1st edition, some contemporary pen and ink manuscript notes on Patterson at back by an ''E.D.P.'', original cloth gilt; Sterland & Whitaker: 'A Descriptive list of the Birds of Nottinghamshire', Mansfield, 1879, signed and inscribed from Whitaker to Arthur Henry Patterson, with further Autograph Letter Signed to Patterson from Whitaker loosely inserted, original cloth, manuscript titled erroneously to spine ''List - Birds of Northamptonshire''; plus P.H. Emerson: 'Birds, Beasts and Fishes of the Norfolk Broadland', 1895, 2nd issue, original pictorial cloth (VGC copy) (5)

Lot 8101 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Henry Stevenson & Thomas Southwell: 'The Birds of Norfolk', London & Norwich, 1866-1890, 1st edition, 3 volumes, Volume 1 inscribed presentation copy by the author to title page, portrait plate + 4 coloured plates + 4 tinted plates, ownership signature of Col. Edward A.E Bulwer (1864-1934) of Quebec House and Heydon Grange, Norfolk, to half title, Vol 1, plus some manuscript notes and annotations by him re numbers of Sand Grouse being shot, Virginian Quail nest found on Heydon Estate etc. Original cloth gilt, Vol 3 cloth worn and soiled and inner joints totally split. (3)

Lot 8102 – Estimate: £100.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Stanley Cramp et al: 'Handbook of the Birds of Europe, the Middle East & North Africa. The Birds of the Western Palearctic', RSPB/O.U.P., 1977-1994, 1st edition, 9 volumes, original cloth, dust wrappers (9)

Lot 8103 – Estimate: £200.00 – £250.00 (zero)

Philip Rickman: 'A Selection of Bird Paintings and Sketches', London, Curpotten Ltd, 1979, limited edition (450/500), numbered and signed by Rickman, 32 mounted coloured plates as called for, large folio, original three quarter green Morocco gilt by Morrell, all edges gilt, original slip case

Lot 8104 – Estimate: £1,200.00 – £1,500.00 (zero)

Colin Laurie McKelvie & Richard Robjent: 'The Woodcock - The Snipe - The Grouse - The Partridge - The Pheasant - Sporting Widlfowl of the British Isles', Holt, Fine Sporting Interests Ltd, 1988-1999, six volumes, each signed limited editions, each numbered 186 of 300 and signed by the author and illustrator, each with a signed sepia sketch by Robjent to limitation page, volumes 1-5 with 24 mounted coloured plates as called for, volume 6 with 35 mounted coloured plates as called for, all large 4to (32.5 x 22.5cm) all fine original half calf gilt, spines with gilt illustrations in compartments and gilt tooled raised bands, top edges gilt, original pictorial cloth gilt slip cases, original card packaging with numbered printed paper labels (6)

Lot 8105 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

A collection of nine 'Wayside & Woodland' series volumes published by Frederick Warne, including 'The Caterpillars of British Moths', 1948, 1st edition, 2 volumes, original cloth gilt, dust wrappers, plus others moths, birds, grasshoppers, crickets etc (9)

Lot 8106 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

Len Howard, 2 titles: 'Birds as Individuals', London, Collins, 1952, 1st edition, publisher's review copy with their printed slip and typed letter signed and autograph letter signed between publisher's and John o'Londons weekly loosely inserted, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Living With Birds', Collins, 1956, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper (2)

Lot 8107 – Estimate: £70.00 – £105.00 (zero)

W. Lauder Lindsay: 'A Popular History of British Lichens', Lovell Reeve, 1856, 1st edition, 22 hand coloured plates as called for; Rev. D. Landsborough: 'A Popular History of British Seaweeds', Lovell Reeve, 1857, 3rd edition, 20 hand coloured plates + 2 uncoloured plates as called for (plate 9 loose and trimmed); Thomas Moore: 'A Popular History of the British Ferns', Routledge, circa 1859, 3rd edition, 22 hand coloured plates as called for, each original pictorial blind stamped cloth gilt (3)

Lot 8108 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

M.C. Cooke: 'Handbook of British Fungi', London, Macmillan, 1871, 1st edition, 2 volumes, coloured litho frontis and partially coloured and uncoloured plates and numerous illustrations in text throughout, 981pp, neat cotemporary annotations to margins throughout, original cloth gilt (2)

Lot 8109 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Charles Badham: 'A Treatise on the Esculent Funguses of England', London, 1863, 2nd edition, 12 hand coloured litho plates as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt

Lot 8110 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

'The British Mycological Society Transactions' , edited C. Rea and J. Ramsbottom, Cambridge University Press, 1919-1929, volumes 6-14 numerous plates throughout of which several coloured and some folding, ex library, volumes 6, 7 and 8 bound together in one volume, plus duplicates of volumes 7 and 8 and volumes 9-14 bound as single volumes (9)

Lot 8111 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Locket, Millidge & Merett: 'British Spiders' London, Ray Society, 1951-1974, three volumes, coloured frontis, 471 figures, 612 maps, original cloth gilt, dust wrappers (3)

Lot 8112 – Estimate: £30.00 – £45.00 (zero)

''Acheta Domestica'' [i.e. L.M. Budgen]: 'Episodes of Insect Life', London, Reeve, 1849, 1st edition, 1st series, hand coloured frontis, engraved vignette title and 34 engraved vignettes, several hand coloured, original striking pictorial cloth gilt (gilt bright), EP's replenished, all edges gilt

Lot 8113 – Estimate: £70.00 – £105.00 (zero)

Colin Milne: 'A Botanical Dictionary: or Elements of Systematic and Philosophical Botany', London, Griffin, 1770, 1st edition, [451]pp, two folding tables showing Tournefort, Linnaeus and Ray's methods of Classification, contemporary calf gilt, oxblood Morocco gilt title label to spine

Lot 8114 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

W. Furneaux: 'Butterflies and Moths (British)', London, Longmans, 1894, 1st edition, 12 coloured plates as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt; James Duncan, two titles 'British Moths', 'British Butterflies' each Hardwicke & Bogue, 1876, 1st title 30 coloured plates and illustrations in text as called for, original cloth gilt, inner joints split, 2nd title 34 coloured plates + ills. in text as called for, original cloth gilt, top board detached (but present); Stainton: 'British Butterflies & Moths', London, Reeve, [1867], 16 coloured plates as called for, 16pp publisher's catalogue at end, original pictorial cloth gilt; Comstock: 'How to Know Butterflies', Ithaca, 1920, 45 tissue guarded coloured coloured plates as called for, original cloth gilt, mounted coloured illustration to top board; Coleman: 'British Butterflies', London, Routledge, circa 1892, 16 coloured plates as called for; Wood: 'The Common Moths of England', London, Routledge, circa 1892, 12 coloured plates as called for, each original two tone cloth gilt (7)

Lot 8115 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

J.W. Tutt, three titles, 'British Butterflies', London, George Gill, 1896, nine black and white plates and 45 text figures as called for, original cloth gilt (worn), all edges gilt, 'British Moths', London, Routledge, 1902, 12 coloured plates as called for, original two tone cloth gilt, top edge gilt, 'A Natural History of the British Lepidoptera', 1899-1900, volumes one and two, original cloth gilt (4)

Lot 8116 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

[Laetitia Jermyn, afterwards Ford]: 'The butterfly collector's Vade Mecum: with a synoptical table of British butterflies', Ipswich, J. Raw, 1827, 2nd edition, five engraved plates of which two hand coloured as called for, 169pp, original marbled paper covered boards, printed paper label to top board

Lot 8117 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Bernard D'Abrera: 'Birdwing Butterflies of the World', Melbourne, Lansdowne Press, 1975, 1st edition, profusely illustrated in colour throughout, folding distribution map loosely inserted, folio, original cloth, dust wrapper, original slip case

Lot 8118 – Estimate: £150.00 – £225.00 (zero)

Frederick William Frohawk: 'Natural History of British Butterflies', London, Hutchinson, [1926], 1st edition, two volumes, 60 coloured plates and four black and white plates, as called for, folio, original cloth gilt, dust wrappers (with some closed tears and small part losses but else generally very good), scarce (2)

Lot 8119 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Rev. F.O. Morris: 'A History of British Butterflies', London, George Bell, 1876, 4th edition, 72 coloured plates + 2 uncoloured plates as called for, original blind stamped pictorial cloth gilt, recased retaining original backstrip, some mid 20th Century pencil notes at head of page one relating to Swallowtail butterflies and Dunmow, Essex

Lot 8120 – Estimate: £70.00 – £105.00 (zero)

F.W. Frohawk: 'Varieties of British Butterflies', London, Ward Lock, 1938, 1st edition, 48 coloured plates as called for, 4to, original cloth, dust wrapper

Lot 8121 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

H. Noel Humphreys: 'The Genera of British Moths', London, Paul Jerrard, circa 1860, 2 volumes, 62 hand coloured plates as called for, uniform original pictorial cloth gilt, professionally recased retaining original cloth, new E.P.'s, all edges gilt (2)

Lot 8122 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

A manuscript students album of natural history observations and well executed watercolour sketches of flora and fauna dated 1901 and bearing the name Lillian Lees, 150+ pages of m/s entries in diary form and relating to excursions in the Lake District and Isle of Man, good number of well executed botanical watercolours throughout including Norway Maple, Groundsel, Pistillate Willow, Sorrel, Larch Rose, Pink Campion, Buttercup, Scorpion Grass etc, plus a few other watercolour sketches of butterflies, frogs, snakes etc, manuscript tables with monthly numbers of species of flora and fauna observed etc, original cloth, printed label to top board with manuscript details ''Lillian Lees-Student-House of Education Ambleside Nature Diary''

Lot 8123 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Pax & Knuth: 'Das Pflanzenreich...Primulaceae', Leipzig, 1905, grangerized copy, Ex Libris E.A. Bowles, containing 25 assorted hand coloured botanical plates from Curtis/Sowerby, Loddiges etc, plus other assorted cuttings, letter to Bowles etc, rebound half green morocco gilt, top edge gilt

Lot 8124 – Estimate: £70.00 – £100.00 (zero)

A collection of ten Sporting titles etc, including 'The Sportsman's Magazine; Or, Chronicle of Games and Pastimes', London, Hodgson, volume 1, August 1823-January 1824, 6 issues in 1, engraved title page, engraved frontis of Otter Hunt at Ewton, folding engraved rowing plate ''The Contest for Doggett's Coat & Badge'' depicting rowing at Blackfriar's Bridge, River Thames (frontis for August 1823), plus 5 other engraved plates (frontises for the other monthly parts), one of which hand coloured entitled ''Billy Winning The Match of Killing 100 Rats in Six Minutes'', depicting Westminster Pit, November 13, 1823, original paper covered boards (worn), printed paper label to spine (worn), rare and short lived magazine with emphasis on pugilism, angling, cocking, hawking, coursing, and more unusually pedestrianism, rowing, aquatic sports etc; Captain L. Fitz-Barnard: 'Fighting Sports', London, Odhams, circa 1921, 1st edition, 5 coloured plates + 11 (of 12) black and white plates, original cloth gilt (worn), backstrip detached (but present); Henry James Pye: 'The Sportsman's Dictionary', London, Stockdale, 1807, 5th edition, 17 engraved plates as called for, 547pp, rebound cloth gilt, new EP's; The Earl of Lonsdale (edited), 4 titles: 'Shooting by Moor, Field and Shore', 1934, volume 3, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Fine Angling for Coarse Fish', 1930, volume 4, original cloth, 'Hounds and Dogs', 1932, volume 13, original cloth, 'Deer, Hare & Otter Hunting', 1936, volume 22, original cloth, dust wrapper; Henry Alken: 'The National Sports of Great Britain', 1903, new edition, original cloth, printed paper label to spine; Robert Surtees: 'History and Antiquities of the County of Durham - Gateshead Section', Sunderland, 1909, pedigrees, large 4to, original quarter cloth; plus one other (10)

Lot 8125 – Estimate: £120.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Henry Downes Miles: 'Pugilistica The History of British Boxing', Edinburgh, John Grant, 1906, 1st edition, 3 volumes, half titles, frontispieces, plates and illustrations, original pictorial cloth gilt, top edges gilt, others uncut; plus Bohun Lynch, 2 titles: 'The Prize Ring', 1925, limited edition, (115/750), numbered, frontis + 40 plates as called for, large 4to, original quarter vellum gilt, 'Knuckles & Gloves', 1922, 2nd impression, frontis + 15 plates as called for, original cloth (5)

Lot 8126 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

William Henry Scott: 'British Field Sports', London, Sherwood, Neely & Jones, 1818, 1st edition, added engraved title page + 34 engraved plates as called for, full tan morocco gilt, spine gilt in compartments, green morocco gilt title label, inner dentelles gilt, all edges gilt, armorial bookplate of Howard Mortley Hayes to front pastedown

Lot 8127 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

F.G Aflalo: 'Fishermen's Weather, by Upwards of One Hundred Living Anglers', London, 1906, 1st edition 8 coloured plates as called for, original pictorial cloth gilt (VGC), dust wrapper (slightly chipped and worn) Scarce in a dust wrapper

Lot 8128 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

R.S. Surtees, 5 titles: 'Handley Cross'; 'Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour'; 'Ask Mamma'; 'Plain or Ringlets?'; 'Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds', all illustrated John Leech, all published Bradbury & Evans circa 1860, all with hand coloured plates collated complete and in original publisher's pictorial cloth gilt (5)

Lot 8129 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

Abel Chapman: 'First Lessons in the Art of Wildfowling', London, Horace Cox, 1896, 1st edition, folding frontis + 22 full page plates (of which 4 folding) + 18 ills in text as called for, original cloth gilt

Lot 8130 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

J. Wentworth Day, 5 titles: 'Marshland Adventure', 1951, 1st edition, 'Poison on the Land', 1957, 1st edition, 'They Walk the Wild Places', Ulverscroft Large Print Edition, 1956, 1st edition, removed library marking on front paste down, each original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, 'Broadland Adventure', 1951, 1st edition, 'Sporting Adventure', 1937, reprint, each original cloth gilt (5)

Lot 8131 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

D J Watkins-Pitchford ''BB'', collection 17 titles by or relating to him including ''Dark Estuary'', 1953, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, ''The Idle Countryman'', 1943, 1st edition, original cloth; ''Ramblings of a Sportsman-Naturalist'', 1979, 1st edition in wrapper; ''A Child Alone'', 1978, 1st edition; plus numerous other re-issued editions of his works published by Colt Books/White Lion (17)

Lot 8132 – Estimate: £25.00 – £50.00 (zero)

A good quantity of books relating to horses, countryside, poaching etc including Ian Niall.

Lot 8133 – Estimate: £40.00 – £80.00 (zero)

A collection of books on shooting, gamekeeping, poaching, countryside and natural history including Greener: ''The Breech-Loader'', 1899, 8th edition, some contemporary m/s gun/shooting notes at front, original cloth backed pictorial boards (worn); Burrard: ''The Modern Shotgun'', two volumes, dust wrappers; the Badminton Library ''Shooting'', two volumes, 1887, 2nd edition, plus others Ian Niall, Eric Parker, ''Poultry Culture For Profit'' etc (30+ in total)

Lot 8134 – Estimate: £100.00 – £120.00 (zero)

'The Badminton Library', 27 volumes comprising Steel 'Cricket', 1888, 1st edition (2 copies); Sullivan 'Yachting', 1894, 1st edition, 2 volumes; Woodgate 'Boating', 1888, 1st edition; Sinclair & Henry 'Swimming', 1893, 1st edition; Rowe, Pitman, Squire et al 'Rowing & Punting', 1898, 1st edition; Earl of Suffolk 'Racing and Steeple-Chasing', 1887, 2nd edition; Heathcote 'Tennis', 1890, 1st edition; 'Golf'; Shearman 'Athletics and Football', 1887, 1st edition; 'Mountaineering'; Cholmondeley-Pennell 'Fishing', 1885, 1st edition, 1889, 4th edition, 2 volumes; 'Sea Fishing' ; 'Hunting'; 'Shooting', 2 volumes; 'Big Game Shooting', 2 volumes; 'The Poetry of Sport' (2); 'Driving', 1889, 2nd edition; Cox & Lascelles 'Coursing & Falconry', 1892, 1st edition, ex Seckford lending library, Woodbridge; 'Riding & Polo'; 'Fencing, Wrestling & Boxing', each original pictorial cloth gilt (mixed condition) (27)

Lot 8135 – Estimate: £180.00 – £220.00 (zero)

A good collection of cockfighting related books etc, including Herbert Atkinson: 'Cock-Fighting and Game Fowl', Bath, George Bayntun, 1938, 1st edition, 10 coloured + 12 black and white plates as called for, 4to, original cloth gilt, top edge gilt, dust wrapper (worn with part losses); Rev. Sameul Pegge (1704-1796): 'Memoir on Cock-fighting; wherein the Antiquity of it, as a pastime, is examined and stated; some Errors of the Moderns concerning it are corrected; and the Retention of it amongst Christians is absolutely condemned and proscribed', pp.132-150 from 'Archaeologia', vol 3, 1775, engraved plate depicting cocks, rebound modern quarter cloth, marbled paper covered boards, card folder containing 20+ reproduction poultry/cockfighting related photos loosely inserted; C.A. Finsterbusch: 'Cockfighting All Over the World', Gaffney, S.C., Grit & Steel, 1929, 1st edition, double page frontis depicting cock fight in Sumatra, portrait of author + ills in text throughout as called for, 471pp, rebound? (not recent) cloth gilt; R.H. Lee: 'Dick Lee's Keep - The Art of Training Fighting Cocks', [nd], circa 1900, a/f, lacks title page, [4],189pp, portrait illustration of author + ills in text throughout, contents include rules of cock fighting for various places in U.S., heeling and handling, diseases, pit dogs etc, old leather gilt (worn), scarce; George Ryley Scott: 'The History of Cockfighting, Spur Publications, 1975, 1st edition, coloured frontis, original cloth gilt; W. Sketchley: 'The Cocker', imprint dated 1814 but appears later, earlier 20th Century facsimile edition?, frontis, 154pp, edges uncut, old paper covered boards very worn; Robert Howlett: 'The Royal Pastime of Cock-fighting', 1899, limited edition facsimile impression of the 1709 edition, numbered 68 (of 100 copies only), original paper covered boards, printed paper label to spine; plus others including Marshall 'King of Fowls' 1981, 2nd edition; Humber 'Game Cock and Countryman' 1982 enlarged edition, Ruport 'Art of Cockfighting', New York, 1949 1st edition, 'The Feathered Warrior', 8 assorted issues 1953-1982, 'Grit & Steel', Jan-March 1982, 3 issues, etc

Lot 8136 – Estimate: £180.00 – £220.00 (zero)

A good collection of cockfighting related books etc, including A.C. Dingwall: 'Handling and Nursing The Game Cock', Chicago, Dingwall & Paton, circa 1928, 1st edition, portrait plate of author + illustrations throughout, 67pp, original cloth; D.H. Pierce, A. Campbell, R.R. Rains & others: 'Histories of Game Strains', [ND, Gaffney, S.C., Grit & Steel, circa 1928], lacks title page (or possibly as isued?), 413pp, illustrations throughout, original cloth gilt; Andrew P. O'Conor: 'Forty Years With Fighting Cocks', Goshen, N.Y., E.W. Rogers, 1929, 1st edition, frontis + illustrations throughout as called for, 327pp, original cloth gilt (worn), backstrip near detached; Pringle Proud: 'The Game Fowl (Old English and Modern)', London, The Feathered World, 1903, 1st edition, 10 plates as called for, comprising 2 folding coloured, 7 black and white (of which 1 folding) + 1 illustration in text, original cloth; George Ryley Scott: 'The History of Cockfighting, Spur Publications, 1975, limited edition (181/750) numbered, coloured frontis, original cloth gilt; C.A. Finsterbusch: 'Cockfighting All Over the World', Saiga, 1980, revised edition, front end paper and pastedown depicting cock fight in Sumatra, coloured plate + ills in text throughout as called for, 471pp, original pictorial faux leather gilt; W. Sketchley: 'The Cocker', imprint dated 1814 but appears later, earlier 20th Century facsimile edition?, frontis, 154pp, edges uncut, rebound quarter calf; Robert Howlett: 'The Royal Pastime of Cock-fighting', 1899, limited edition facsimile impression of the 1709 edition, one of 100 copies only, lacking the limitation page, original paper covered boards, printed paper label to spine; Tim Pridgen: 'Courage. The Story of Modern Cockfighting', Boston, 1938, 1st edition, frontis + numerous illustrations throughout as called for, original cloth; Geo. W. Means: 'The Game Cock - From the Shell to the Pit', Grit & Steel, 1922, 3rd edition, 197pp, original printed wraps (top wrap and backstrip detached from text block); plus others including Ruport 'Art of Cockfighting', New York, 1949 1st edition, 'Johnson's history of Game Strains', [nd], 73pp, original stapled wraps, 'The Modern Cocker', No.'s 1 & 2, circa 1972, 'H. Flock's Revised Breeders' and Cockers' Guide 1924', 'The Gamecock', 4 assorted issues 1949-1981, etc

Lot 8137 – Estimate: £150.00 – £250.00 (zero)

Robert Fulton: 'The Illustrated Book of Pigeons. With Standards for Judging', edited Lewis Wright, Cassell & Company, circa 1881, 50 coloured lithograph plates as called for after J.W. Ludlow ('African Owls' plate facing p.299 with closed tear to fore edge just encroaching into image, else plates all VGC/fine condition), rebound in 2 volumes, 4to, old half calf gilt; plus Watmough: 'Pigeon Keeping for Novices', circa 1961, 3rd edition, original printed wraps (3)

Lot 8138 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Mrs Fergusson Blair: 'The Henwife. Her Own Experience in Her Own Poultry-yard', Edinburgh, Thomas C. Jack, 1862, 3rd edition, 10 hand coloured engraved plates after Harrison Weir as called for, xxiii,218,[4]pp, original cloth gilt (worn & soiled), inner joints weak, top edge gilt; J. Stephen Hicks: 'The Encyclopaedia of Poultry', London, Waverley, [nd], circa 1920's, 2 volumes, 8 coloured plates + numerous ills in text as called for, original cloth gilt; plus Kaupp 'Poultry Diseases', 1929, 5th edition revised and enlarged, original cloth, and Atkinson 'The Old English Game Fowl', [1960], 5th edition, original wraps (5)

Lot 8139 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

J. Stephen Hicks: 'The Encyclopaedia of Poultry', London, Waverley, [nd], circa 1928, 2 volumes, 3 coloured plates + numerous black and white plates + ills in text as called for, publisher's printed slip ''This Edition is specially prepared for Subscribers'' bound in at half title, original cloth gilt, dust wrappers (cloth and wrappers VGC having been well preserved in previous owners protective brown paper covers); Walter Hogan: 'The Call of the Hen', Kansas City, American Poultry School, [nd], circa 1920's, 115,[1]pp, ills. throughout, original cloth; Atkinson: 'The Old English Game Fowl', Saiga, 1981 facsimile reprint, folio, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper; plus a 1960 5th edition of the same work, original wraps (worn) & 4 other similar booklets (9)

Lot 8140 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

'British Sports and Sportsmen. Racing Coursing and Steeplechasing. Two Volumes', London, 1911, limited edition, (600/1,000), numbered, profusely illustrated throughout including tissue guarded photogravures, large folio, original full deep red morocco gilt, inner dentelles gilt, all edges gilt (2)

Lot 8141 – Estimate: £200.00 – £250.00 (zero)

Nicholas Cox: 'The Gentleman's Recreation: In Three Parts. The First Part contains...Liberal Arts and Sciences, &c. The Second treats of Horsemanship, Hawking, Hunting, Fowling, Fishing, Agriculture, &c...The Third is...Forest, Chace, and Game-Laws...', London, R. Bonwicke, 1710, 2nd edition corrected, added engraved title page by Richard Blome + 78 full page engraved illustrations (of which 2 folding), a/f, lacking a plate and a few leaves with closed tears, plates depicting horse racing, falconry, partridge, pheasant and brook hawking, stag and fox hunting, coursing, various stalking, shooting, fowling, fishing etc, folio, contemporary quarter claf very worn, inner joints split, top board detached (but present)

Lot 8142 – Estimate: £50.00 – £75.00 (zero)

Charles J. Ffoulkes: 'Inventory and Survey of The Armouries of the Tower of London', [1916], 1st edition, 2 volumes, 38 plates as called for, volume 2 dedicated to Offensive Arms including Boar Spears, Crossbows, Rifles etc, 4to, original cloth gilt, top edges gilt (2)

Lot 8143 – Estimate: £250.00 – £350.00 (zero)

Samuel Johnson: ' A Dictionary of the English Language, 2 volumes, printed by John Jarvis and sold by John Fielding, 1786, engraved portrait frontispiece, volume I without half title, text printed in triple column and unpaginated, 4to, contemporary reversed calf boards slightly worn and rubbed, calf spines gilt in compartments and with oxblood morocco gilt labels (worn). Pirated Edition of Johnson's Dictionary. A ''Paternaster-Row piracy'' based on the revised Harrison edition of 1773 (2)

Lot 8144 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Jon Quincy, two titles: 'Lexicon Physico-Medicum: Or, A New Medicinal Dictionary...', London, T Longman, 1736, 5th edition, xvi, 480pp, contemporary calf gilt (worn), 'Pharmacopoeia Officinalis & Extemporanea: Or, A Complete English Dispensatory', London, T Longman, 1761, 13th edition, xxiii,[1],704 + [61]pp index + [2]pp ads at end, contemporary calf (worn), top board near detached (2)

Lot 8145 – Estimate: £200.00 – £250.00 (zero)

Charles Roach Smith: 'Collectanea Antiqua, Etchings and Notices of Ancient Remains', London, J.R. Smith and privately printed for the subscribers, 1848-1880, 1st edition, 7 volumes, volume 1 lacks 32pp (176-208, several of these index pages), hundreds of engraved plates throughout, volume 1 old half calf gilt, volumes 2-7 uniform full calf gilt by Zaehnsdorf, spines gilt in compartments, crimson and green morocco gilt spine labels, all edges gilt, inner dentelles gilt; plus one other similar (8)

Lot 8146 – Estimate: £50.00 – £75.00 (zero)

Bernard Lamy: 'Apparatus Biblicus: or, an introduction to the Holy Scriptures', London, 1728, 2nd edition, two volumes, 30 engraved maps and plates (some folding) as called for, contemporary calf gilt (2)

Lot 8147 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

'Vetus Testamentum Graecum ex versione Septuaginta interpretum', Cantabrigiae, [1665], [4],19,[1],755 (i.e. 767),[1],516pp, woodcut arms of the University of Cambridge on title page, text printed in double columns, Old Testament in Greek, 12mo, contemporary calf very worn, top board detached but present

Lot 8148 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Thomas Stackhouse: 'A New History of the Holy Bible, from the beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity', London, John Hinton, 1752, two volumes, 104 full page engraved plates and maps, some folding, some after Peter Paul Rubens and others, as called for, plus some engraved vignettes and head and tail pieces, folio, contemporary calf, rebacked (not recent) (2)

Lot 8149 – Estimate: £50.00 – £75.00 (zero)

John Aubrey: 'Monumenta Britannica, or A Miscellany of British Antiquities' edited John Fowles, annotated Rodney Legg, 1980-82, 1st edition, parts 1-3 and index in two volumes, limited edition of 595 subscription copies, first publication of the manuscript compiled by Aubrey mainly between the years 1665-1693, original cloth gilt, dust wrappers (2)

Lot 8150 – Estimate: £50.00 – £75.00 (zero)

Rev. Thomas Dudley Fosbroke: 'Encyclopedia of Antiquities, and Elements of Archaeology, Classical and Mediaeval', London, John Nichols, 1825, 1st edition, two volumes, 34 engraved plates (including added engraved title and frontises) and 43 vignette illustrations as called for, some water staining, 4to, rebound cloth, leather gilt title labels, new E.P.'s (2)

Lot 8151 – Estimate: £300.00 – £450.00 (zero)

John Speed: 'The Historie of Great Britaine under the Conquests of the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Normans, their originals, manners, habits, warres, coins and seales', London, John Dawson for George Humble, 1632, engraved portrait frontis (trimmed, part loss top left corner, laid down), woodcut illustrations, head and tail pieces and decorative initials, last three leaves of index repaired with small part losses, 3rd edition revised, enlarged and newly corrected, folio, old half calf gilt over marbled paper covered boards, rebacked retaining backstrip, later morocco gilt title label

Lot 8152 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

'The Illustrated London News', volume XL, January-June 1862, numerous articles and illustrations including the Great International Exhibition, American Civil War, Australia, Japan, Vancouver Island expedition etc, lacks coloured plates and a map of London (as usual) but with many full page and some double page engravings, folio, original pictorial blind stamped cloth gilt, small loss of back strip at foot, else generally very good condition

Lot 8153 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

'The Illustrated London News' volume XLI, July-December 1862, numerous articles and illustrations including Great International Exhibition, American Civil War, Industry, Shipping, Disasters, Ascent of Mont Blanc, view of Auckland and Tuapeka Goldfields New Zealand etc, lacks coloured plates, many full page and some double page engravings, folio, original pictorial blind stamped cloth gilt (very good condition)

Lot 8154 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

'The Illustrated London News', volume XLII, January-June 1863, numerous articles and illustrations including American Civil War, Anti Slavery demonstration at Exeter, Ascot Races, Chicha Guano Islands, Panorama of the City of Mexico etc, lacks coloured plates, many full page and some double page engravings, folio, original pictorial blind stamped cloth gilt (very good condition)

Lot 8155 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

'The Illustrated London News', volume XLIII, July-December 1863, numerous articles and illustrations including American Civil War and American South, Discovery of the source of the Nile, War in Japan, Revolution in Madagascar, Maori Land Wars etc, lacks coloured plates, many full page and some double page engravings, folio, original pictorial blind stamped cloth gilt (very good condition)

Lot 8156 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

A Victorian silk Stevengraph, ''Wellington & Blucher'', colours vivid, original printed card mount, plain back

Lot 8157 – Estimate: £70.00 – £90.00 (zero)

A fine ninth plate daguerrotype of a lace capped woman wearing a gilded chain, the image brass mounted into a black silhouette style frame which is covered on verso by Beards patent photographic portraits taken at 88 King William Street, City etc. the sitter is named as Sarah Woodthorpe- age 26 [Dec'1845]; plus a red leather cased quarter plate image of two young girls in matching dresses and pantaloons, both tinted blue and holding flowers. An attractive daguerrotype circa 1850, slight surface marking, by Kilburn of 23A Regent Sreet; plus a black framed Victorian silhouette portrait of a lady holding flower, highlighted in gilt;plus a hand coloured watercolour of a Victorian gentleman in top hat and tails, captioned at foot in pencil ''Johannes Tyman Collegii Corporis Christi Abbath Cantabrigienses Janitor...1849'', approx 15cm x 11cm and glazed; plus 10 assorted Victorian cabinet card sized photographs housed in leather case (a/f)

Lot 8158 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

A 1924 Wembley Exhibition Souvenir Booklet 'India...Souvenir of the Indian Pavilion and its Exhibits - British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924', 32pp, plan & illustrations throughout, oblong, original pictorial coloured wraps

Lot 8159 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

An unused ticket 1910 Death of Edward VII, Royal Chapel of St. George, Windsor: The body being placed in the Royal Vault. Approx 9.5 x 12cm

Lot 8160 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

'His Majesty's Visit to Kiel. Order For Ships of Escort Squadron. June 1904', 17pp book with detailed instructions for Thursday June 23rd-Thursday June 30th, covering both outward and return voyage plus programme whilst in Kiel for Regatta Week, an intriguing event during the Anglo-German arms race and escalating tensions that led up to World War 1. Original blue cloth gilt, ribbon tie

Lot 8161 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

Napoleonic Wars, whilst Napoleon was exiled in Elba - July 1814. A printed copy for circulation of resolutions of the House of Commons expressing thanks to the Officers of the Army for the ''meritorious and eminent Services'' rendered in the war, and to their ''high approval'' of the services of the Non-Commissioned Officers and Men of the Army. Furthermore they express their ''high sense'' of ''your Royal Highness's (Frederick, Duke of York, Commander in Chief)...exertions for the improvement of the British Army''

Lot 8162 – Estimate: £30.00 – £40.00 (zero)

Three in Memoriam folding cards: Queen Victoria, Queen Alexandra and George V, each approx 7.5 x 23cm (opened)

Lot 8163 – Estimate: £35.00 – £45.00 (zero)

A 1928 handwritten memo from Queen Mary to give thanks for a gift for her Needlework Guild ''19 Sept. 1928 - I am most grateful to you for the beautiful garments you have so kindly sent me for the Needlework Guild - they will be most useful''. with its envelope, addressed by Queen Mary to Mrs Barlerin and marked ''The Queen''. Mrs Barlerin was the wife of the Royal Household Chef.

Lot 8164 – Estimate: £100.00 – £120.00 (zero)

An 1894 Russian telegram form to Queen Victoria written by the Prince of Wales (Edward VII) whilst in Russia for the funeral of Tsar Alexander III and marriage of Tsar Nicholas II ''The Queen Windsor England. Just arrived at Frontier. All Well. ... coming Thursday till Friday. Delighted to meet.... Albert Edward''. Printed telegram form approx 19 x 26cm, Albert Edward autograph text in pencil

Lot 8165 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

'The Lying in State at Chelsea Hospital of the Duke of Wellington. From the 11th to the 17th Novr. 1852'. 1852 death of Duke of Wellington lithograph print, published by Day & Son and Ackermann, printed area approx 32 x 21cm.

Lot 8166 – Estimate: £15.00 – £25.00 (zero)

A Victorian Baxter Print, 'Gems of the Crystal Palace No.1', circa 1851/1852, depicting exterior of The Crystal Palace exhibition building. Print approx 13 x 29.5cm, original mount

Lot 8167 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A 1972 Warrant to appoint a Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, signed by Edward Duke of Kent, plus printed signature of Queen Elizabeth II at top, plus further signed by Viscount De L'Isle V.C. Approx 38 x 32cm, with backing sheet bearing a Crown symbol

Lot 8168 – Estimate: £35.00 – £45.00 (zero)

William Marwood, (1820-1883), public executioner, his ''card'' bearing inkstamp ''Wm Marwood Executioner, Church Lane, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England.'' and with manuscript beneath ''Given to C.H.S.P by W. Marwood in 1880''. Born at Horncastle, Lincolnshire, in 1820, Marwood was by trade a cobbler, but turned his attention early to the subject of executions. He developed the more humane ''long drop'' technique of hanging, ensuring that the prisoners' neck was broken instantly at the end of the drop, undoubtedly kinder than the slow death by strangulation caused by the ''short drop'' method, which was particularly distressing to prison governors and staff required to witness executions at close distance following the abolition of public executions in 1868. In his nine years as a hangman, Marwood executed 178 people, among the more celebrated criminals whom he put to death were Charles Peace, Percy Lefroy Mapleton, Dr. Lamson, and Kate Webster. Card approx 5.5 x 8cm

Lot 8169 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

Lady Georgiana Grey (1801-1900), a 19th Century leather wallet containing five passports for Lady Georgiana Grey to travel on the continent, circa 1862-1865, together with a maid servant and a man servant, James Stiles, 3 of the documents signed by Lady Georgiana Grey, together with a few European CDV's and other relevent cuttings housed in pocket of wallet, the wallet bearing the word ''passport'' and her name in gilt. Lady Georgiana Grey was the daughter of Charles, 2nd Earl Grey, reform statesmen whose tenure saw the passing of the obolition of slavery in the British Empire in 1833. In her young days Lady Georgiana Grey was one of the beauties of the period, and shone in art, music and politics. The Queen regularly sent her a letter of congratulation on her birthday and on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee her majesty awarded her a silver medal

Lot 8170 – Estimate: £15.00 – £20.00 (zero)

An 'Illustrated Programme of The Royal Jubilee Procession, June 22nd, 1897', with a corresponding Royal Diamond Jubilee 1897 admission ticket for Admiralty Stand mounted to first blank leaf, top wrap detached but present, lacks lower wrap, plus a Queen Elizabeth II invitation to an afternoon garden party, Buckingham Palace 1958, with some related printed slips and directions/windscreen label

Lot 8171 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

Certificate of Registration 1844 for the famous ex american whaler Truelove, together with an extract copy of an 1813 certificate and two relevant letters. The Truelove was constructed in Philadelphia in 1764, but was captured by the British in the American War of Independence and converted to a whaling ship in 1784 registered at Hull. It made over 80 voyages catching 500 whales and was the last pure sail ship in Baltic whaling fleets. It took relief supplies in the search for the Franklin expedition, during which time she was threatened with sinking due to pack ice several times but was the only unharmed ship of the twenty trapped by ice in Melville Bay. Captained for seventeen years by John Parker, who captained various whalers for 27 years, and who campaigned on behalf of the Inuit of Baffin Island, bringing a couple to Britain. Truelove changed to a general cargo ship in 1868 and in 1873 visited Philadelphia to celebrate her 109th ''birthday''. She was moored as a hulk in the Thames until broken up circa 1888 after 124 years of service. The Certificate of Registration, Hull, 1844, recites its origins in Philadelphia and that it had been previously registered at Hull in 1831, that John Parker was Master and gives a detailed description of its size, burthen and characteristics. The inside pages record changes in ownership and of Masters, including a reappearance of Parker in 1860/61 and William Barron (1861/62) who had started as an apprentice on the Truelove in 1849 and published a book 'Old Whaling Days' in 1895. Also William Wells (1854/60 & 1866/68), advisor to the Arctic explorer Benjamin Leigh Smith. Together with an extract copy of 1813 registration details mentioning the owner as William Voase of Hull, presumably a relative of John Voase, wine merchant, the first owner after the Truelove fell into British hands and who used it to ship wine from Portugal before converting it into a whaler; plus two letters and envelope (1897) from a Hull resident mentioning that he knew the Ward owners listed in the registration and also one of the crew.

Lot 8172 – Estimate: £50.00 – £75.00 (zero)

Five Victorian silk bookmarks comprising Archbishop of York; Richard Shaw M.P.Garibaldi; Prince Albert; Marriage Albert Edward and Alexandra 1863 (later King Edward VII and Queen Consort) (5)

Lot 8173 – Estimate: £30.00 – £40.00 (zero)

Thirteen assorted early 19th Century Inn receipts, several with engraved vignettes and decorative engraved copperplate headings and borders, various places N.E. England including Newcastle on Tyne, Carlisle, Barnard Castle, Durham, Rothbury etc

Lot 8174 – Estimate: £35.00 – £45.00 (zero)

An 1832 Whiting & Branston's patent coloured compound plate, portrait of Lord Brougham (1778-1868), Lord Chief Justice. Approx 20 x 15cm

Lot 8175 – Estimate: £35.00 – £45.00 (zero)

An 1826 Whiting embossed coloured compound plate advertising card for Hazard's State Lottery, held 1 March 1826. Approx 17 x 11.5cm

Lot 8176 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

Three turn of the Century pop-up Christmas/New Year cards, all revealing various ''leg-ups'' beneath ladies skirts. Each chromolitho printed inside, each with movable parts and images VGC, two approx 13 x 11.5cm (opened), the other approx 11.5 x 13 (opened)

Lot 8177 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

Four Specimen tickets for the 1893 Marriage of the Duke & Duchess of York (later King George V and Queen Mary), each different specimen tickets (unused) for various rooms in St James's Palace. Each approx 9.5 x 17cm

Lot 8178 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

An 1827 Post Horse Duty One day within eight miles ticket (unused). A duty first imposed in 1779 on anyone travelling, by hired horse or chaise, on a post road. The duty was payable at the inn where the horses were hired, which could be by the mile or by the day. The mile rate was 1 1/2d per mile for each horse, with special rates for travel within eight miles, as here.

Lot 8179 – Estimate: £15.00 – £30.00 (zero)

Stagecoach history, an 1827 ''Newcastle Wonder Coach'', Alnwick, receipt for the acceptance of a parcel signed by Edward Cummings, a proprietor of the Wonder coach and owner of the Angel Inn.

Lot 8180 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

A 1951 Festival of Britain Press Pass (unissued). Admission to various Festival events as listed inside

Lot 8181 – Estimate: £120.00 – £150.00 (zero)

A Certificate registering the sale of a slave, Cape Town, 1818. Rebecca, a female slave, age 31, born in Mozambique, a washmaid, as the property of Abraham Pieter de Villiers. Office for the Enregisterment of Slaves, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Town, with attached copy of Afrikaans sale note, total 1,400 Rixdollars. A sobering historical document.

Lot 8182 – Estimate: £30.00 – £40.00 (zero)

A 1793 Poor Law Parish indenture for an apprenticeship in husbandry, Little Dorrington, Devon. At this time State support for poor children was controlled by the Act of 1601, which had placed the burden on each parish, requiring it to elect Overseers of the Poor with power to levy a local poor rate. For children, the simple solution was that the parish officials - the Overseers and the Churchwardens - had absolute power to decide whether parents could maintain their children and if not, the duty to remove the child to the care and cost of any parishioner they may select who in the officials' absolute opinion, fell within the categories of clergyman, gentleman, farmer or trader. The means to do so was this indenture, subject to the consent of the local justices of peace. Until 1816 there was no minimum age, (which was then fixed at nine), and unlike voluntary trade apprenticeships and despite the wording, there was no requirement to teach a trade. Printed and manuscript document with various signatures and wax seal, apporx size 21 x 33cm.

Lot 8183 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Two posters and 13 miscellaneous items of ephemera concerning World War II Home Front, the two original posters issued by the H.M.S.O. including ''Use Only Boiled Water For Drinking, Preparing Food and Washing Up. Boil All Milk.'', approx 76.5 x 51cm, folded as issued, VGC, and ''How To Get Help After Air Raid Damage...'', informing population of how to deal with aftermath of an air raid, from the initial reception at Rest Centres through to compensation for injury and repairs to damaged homes and removal and storage of belongings. Approx 76 x 50cm, folded as issued, VGC; plus a Fougasse economy envelope reuse label; Civil Defence Leaflets Numbers 1, 2, 3, & 5, 1939, including ''Your Gas Mask...- Masking Your Windows'', ''Evacuation Why and How?'', ''Fire Precautions in War Time'' etc, plus other items relating to Fire Guards, Red Cross etc

Lot 8184 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A circa late 18th/early 19th Century manuscript school child's exercise book, 72 pages of manuscript pen & ink mathematical based entries in neat copperplate handwriting, entries include interest, equation of payment, weights & measures, comparative arithmetic, geometrical progression, permutation etc., contemporary card wraps, later brown paper protective cover

Lot 8185 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

A disbound manuscript receipt book circa 1891, 118 pages of manuscript cookery recipe entries, majority pen & ink but some in pencil, recipes include ''Potage a la Rockaway'', ''Spanish Custard'', ''Chartreuse de Volaille a la Victoria'', Brandy Snaps, Sponge fingers, Simnel cake, ''Supreme of Pheasant a la Dijon'', Shortbread, Gingerbread, Madeleines, Stuffed beef etc., etc., plus a small quantity of loose manuscript receipts and a couple of leaves of mounted contemporary printed, receipts, disbound, housed in packet

Lot 8186 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A 1930's snapshot photo album containing a good quantity of images depicting girl guides camps and girl guides posing, activities etc, compiled by an R.V. Stiles, 7th Cambridge Guide Company, together with an album of manuscript Girl Guides and other songs interspersed with mounted photos and postcards etc, also compiled by R.V Stiles, 111 m/s numbered pages and index of camps at end 1933-1939 including Felixstowe, Morecombelake, East Runton etc (2)

Lot 8187 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

''Cycling'' magazine, approx 27 assorted issues 1930, period adverts etc, original printed wraps (approx 8 issues lacking wraps)

Lot 8188 – Estimate: £30.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A good quantity of motoring books including Lanchester, Austin, Brooklands to Goodwood etc etc.

Lot 8189 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

A collection of 32 books and booklets on Magic, Conjuring, Card Tricks etc, including Will Goldston: 'More Modern Card Tricks; Tricks That Mystify; Magical Hints, Valuable Information; Who's Who in Magic', London, circa 1934, 4 works in 1, original cloth; Professor Hoffman [i.e. Angelo John Lewis], 3 titles: 'Later Magic', London, Routledge, [1904], 1st edition, original pictorial cloth gilt, 'More Magic', Routledge, c.1893, original pictorial cloth, 'Modern Magic', c.1903, 15th edition, original pictorial cloth; Dai Vernon: 'Malini and his Magic', London, Harry Stanley, [1962], 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper; Lewis Ganson: 'Dai Vernon's Tribute to Nate Leipzig', Harry Stanley, c.1960, original cloth; 'The Tarbell Course in Magic Vol. I', 1971, 13th printing, original cloth, dust wrapper; Roy Walker: 'Card Mysteries', 1933, original paper covered boards; C. Ivor Smith: 'My Mysteries', 1924; L. Widdor: 'Card Tricks', 1918, 3rd edition; plus others Lewis Ganson, Jean Hugard, C.H. Bullivant etc etc (32)

Lot 8190 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

A collection of 33 books and booklets on Magic, Conjuring, Card Tricks etc, including Ellis Stanyon: 'Magic - In which are given clear and concise explanations of all the well known illusions, as swell as many new ones', London, Gay & Bird, 1906, 1st UK edition, original decorative cloth; J.N. Hilliard: 'Greater Magic', Mineapolis, Carl Waring Jones, 1945, revised edition, 7th impression, xxviii,1006,[1]pp, original red cloth gilt; Roger Crosthwaite & J. Higham: 'Roger's Thesaurus - A Modern Treatise on the Art of Card Magic', Tahoma (CA), L & L, 1994, 1st edition, signed and inscribed by Crosthwaite, original cloth, dust wrapper; David Devant, 3 titles: 'Tricks for Everyone', 1910, 1st edition, original pictorial card covers (slightly worn), 'Magic Made Easy', Cassell, 1911, original pictorial top wrap (worn), lacks backstrip and lower wrap; 'The Best Tricks and How to do Them', 1931, 1st edition, original cloth; Dhotel: 'Magic with small apparatus Vol.1', 1947, 1st US edition, original cloth; Oswald Rae: 'Practical Patter for Practical Magicians', 1922, 1st edition; plus others Will Goldston, Jean Hugard, Lewis Ganson etc etc (33)

Lot 8191 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

A collection of 33 books and booklets on Magic, Conjuring, Card Tricks etc, including Lewis Ganson: 'Dai Vernon's Inner Card Trilogy. Inner Secrets of Card Magic - More Secrets of Card Magic - Further Secrets of Card Magic', Bideford, L & L, 1996, 1st thus, original leatherette, dust wrapper; G.W. Septimus Piesse: 'Chymical, Natural and Physical Magic', London, Longman, Brown et al, 1859, 2nd edition, ''hidden'' portrait frontis (partially revealed by heat, as caption suggests, but with some heat damage), original multi coloured diamond patterned cloth; Professor Svengarro: 'Wizards' Manual', Baltimore, Ottenheimer, circa 1910, original wraps (worn); Hatton & Plate: 'Magicians' Tricks: How They are Done', London, Upcott Gill, [nd], c.1910, original pictorial cloth; Professor Hoffmann [i.e. Angelo John Lewis], 2 titles: 'Tricks with Eggs, Hats, Etc', London, Routledge, circa 1911, original pictorial card wraps (worn), 'Tricks With Cards', Routledge, circa 1920's, original pictorial card wraps, spine reinforced with tape; Edward Victor: 'The Magic of the Hands', 1942, 2nd edition, original pictorial wraps; plus others Will Goldston, C. Lang Neil etc etc (33)

Lot 8192 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

''Danske sange med guitar ledsagelse'', an album of manuscript Danish songs 1870-1911, printed staffs throughout but 243 numbered pages of neat manuscript musical scores and accompanying lyrics, manuscript title page and 7 pages manuscript index, original half calf titled and monogrammed E.O. by the author in gilt, the authors name written on the title page but indecipherable (Edw. Orlved?) and a cabinet card portrait photo (presumably author) loosely inserted

Lot 8193 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Two bound volumes of sheet music circa 1830, Piano Forte and Songs, numerous scores bound together in two volumes, each with separate copper engraved title pages including W. Croker : The Reform Quadrilles containing The Patriot King... Composed and dedicated to the Rt Hon Sir Robt. Harty Bart. MP Lord Mayor of the City of Dunlin. In Commemmoration of his Glorious Triumph over the Enemies of Reform; Dublin, R.Gillespie for the author [nd] circa earlier 19thC, 6pp sheet music; Carl Maria Von Weber: The Celebrated Overture to Alson Hassan, for the piano forte; Dublin. Bunting, Walsh Pigott & Sherwin, circa 1830, 7pp; Mathias Holst; Freyschutz Rondo; London, the author, circa 1825, Illustrated engraved title page depicting marksmen imbibing, etc etc. 50+ works bound in two volumes, folio, uniform contemporary half Mororcco gilt worn, each volume with pencil ownership signature E.C Guiness at front, Piano Forte volume with pencil inscription signature stating ''Elveden Hall Copy'', probably signatures of Edward Cecil Guiness, 1st Earl of Iveagh (1847-1927) Irish businessman and philanthropist. (2)

Lot 8194 – Estimate: £40.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Kenneth Tynan: 'Alec Guiness An Illustrated study of his work for stage and screen', London, Rockliff, [1953] 1st edition, signed and inscribed ''With appreciation, Alec Guiness'' to front pastedown, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper

Lot 8195 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

OWEN PAUL SMYTH (1895-1979) A collection of artworks circa 1930's, various costume designs for Vic-Wells Ballet/Opera, including 27 pencil and watercolour designs for 'The Magic Flute' by Mozart, 1933, many signed by artist in pencil, 18 for 'Orpheus & Eurydice' by Gluck, circa 1933; 3 costume designs for 'Marriage of Figaro & Pagliacci', plus an unidentified backdrop design, circa 1935, folder of 10 watercolours by artist including Oxnead, Hoveton Broard, Framlingham etc; plus a watercolour design 'City of Norwich Pageant' 1926, together with hardback book by C.W.Beaumont: 'The Vic-Wells Ballet', 1935, O.P. Smyth credited as designer twice page 44.

Lot 8196 – Estimate: £100.00 – £200.00 (zero)

A collection of theatre programmes, scrap albums and books, mainly circa 1930's-1950's, many signed, including scrap album containing good quantity of mounted and loose coloured prints of actors/actresses, all published by W.S. Lanchester, Stratford-upon-Avon, and many signed including Richard Burton (1925-1984), Michael Redgrave (2), Muriel Pavlow, Anthony Quayle (3), Harry Andrews, Peggy Ashcroft, Yvonne Mitchell, Marius Goring, Laurence Harvey, Powys Thomas, plus programme signed C. Day Lewis and Jill Balcon, snapshot photos, cuttings, postcards and other relevant ephemera; good quantity programmes housed in nine custom made cloth gilt solander boxes, some programmes signed to top wraps including 'Under the Sycamore Tree', Aldwych Theatre, April 1952, signed Alec Guinness, Daphne Anderson and Peter Ball, 'The Way of the World', Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, Feb 1953 signed Paul Scofield, Eillen Herlie, Jessie Evans, 'Time Remembered', signed Mary Ure & 3 others, 'Coriolanus', Old Vic, 1954 signed William Squire, Robert Hardy & one other, plus others with signatures of Gladys Cooper, Pamela Brown, Wolfe Morris, Noel Dyson, John Breslin etc; plus Kenneth Tynan: 'Alec Guinness', Rockliff, 1953, 1st edition, signed & inscribed by Guinness to title page, original cloth gilt; plus another scrap album containing pictorial theatre cuttings circa 1950's; plus two volumes 'Theatre Incorporating Theatre Newsletter', November 1951-February 1953, published for subscribers only, uniform cloth gilt, original wraps bound in, plus further related books and programmes etc

Lot 8198 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

Plutarch: 'The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romanes...', translated Sir Thomas North, Shakespeare Head Press, 1928, 8 volumes, original black cloth gilt, top edges gilt, others uncut (8)

Lot 8199 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

Seven 19th/early 20th Century prize and leather bindings, including J C Hall: ''The Book of Gems'', London, 1848-1853, three volumes, engraved vignette, uniform crimson Morocco gilt (slightly worn), all edges gilt, Robert Bloomfield: ''The Farmers Boy'', 1827, 15th edition, 12mo, contemporary decorative green Morocco gilt all edges gilt; plus two Worcester Royal Grammar School 1914 prize Morocco gilt bindings and another similar Tonbridge commercial School, 1913 (7)

Lot 8200 – Estimate: £40.00 – £50.00 (zero)

[Richard Allestree]: 'The Art of Contentment', Oxford, The Theater, 1675, engraved vignette title page, lacks frontis, [8],214,[1]pp, contemporary calf gilt, replenished EP's/front paste downs

Lot 8201 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

'Bell's Edition of Shakespeares's Plays', London, John Bell, general copper engraved titles dated 1774, eight volumes, contemporary calf (worn), plus John Milton ''The Poetical Works...'', London, J. Johnson et al, 1801, six volumes, volume 1 with engraved portrait frontis, volume 6 with engraved fascimile of 1655 portrait of Queen Christina of Sweden, contemporary speckled calf (worn) (14)

Lot 8202 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

Washington Irving: 'Astoria; or, Enterprise Beyond The Rocky Mountains', London, Richard Bentley, 1836, 1st UK edition, 3 volumes, contemporay calf gilt, later morocco gilt title labels to spines

Lot 8203 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Bishop Thomas Percy (1729-1811): 'Reliques of Ancient English Poetry', London, J. Dodsley, 1767, 2nd edition, inscribed presentation by Percy to first blank of volume 1 ''To Her Grace The Dutchess of Northumberland This Second edition of a work, she was pleased to honr. with her Patronage, is presented with the utmost respect by The Editor'', volumes 1 & 2 (of 3 volumes), engraved frontis volume 1, engraved vignette title pages to each volume, contemporary calf gilt very worn, textblocks/bindings split, boards detached (but present), all edges gilt, armorial bookplates of The Dutchess of Northumberland, Syon House, to front pastedowns (2)

Lot 8204 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Scolar Press Facsimiles, a collection of 30 volumes of facsimile reprints of important antiquarian works and classics of literature including Shakespeare 'Venus & Adonis 1593', Hamlet Q2. 1605, 'Sonnets 1609', 'Hamlet P1 1623; Marlowe 'Dr Faustus 1604 & 1616', Jew of Malta 1633', Grimm 'Popular Stories 1823', Bacon 'Essays 1625', Cowper 'Poems 1782', 'The Task 1785' and others Sheridan, Greene etc mainly published in the late 1960's - early 1970's

Lot 8205 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Scolar Press Facsimiles, a collection of 30+ volumes of facsimile reprints of important antiquarian works and classics of literature including Machiavelli 'The Prince 1640; Samuel Johnson 'Irene, 1749; 'A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland 1775', John Keats 'Lamia...1820', St Thomas More 'Utopia 1556, Marlowe 'Tamberlaine 1593' etc mainly published in the late 1960's - early 1970's

Lot 8206 – Estimate: £50.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Scolar Press Facsimiles, a collection of 15+ volumes of facsimile reprints of important antiquarian works and classics of literature including Gay 'Fables 1727 & 1738', Drayton 'poems [1619]'; Suckling 'Aglaura 1638'; Gray 'Poems 1768'; Dryden 'Absalom & Achitophel 1681 & 1682'; Pope 'Epistle to Dr.Arbuthnot 1734 & 1735' + others Thomson, Gilbert White etc mainly published in the late 1960's-early 1970's

Lot 8207 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Scolar Press Facsimiles, a collection of 30+ volumes of facsimile reprints of important antiquarian works and classics of literature including Pope 'Rape of the Lock 1714', Byron 'Prisoner of Chillan 1816' & 'Vision of Judgement 1822', Shakespeare 'Rape of Lucrece 1594', Shirley 'Lady of Pleasure 1637', Tyndale 'Obedience of a Christian Man 1528', plus others George Chapman, Christopher Marlowe, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Walter Raleigh etc mainly published in the late 1960's - early 1970's

Lot 8208 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Scolar Press Facsimiles, a collection of 30+ volumes of facsimile reprints of important antiquarian works and classics of literature including Drylen 'Indian Emperor 1667', 'Dramatic Poesie 1668', 'All For Love 1678', 'Sylvae 1685', Pope 'essay on Criticism 1711', 'Dunciad Variorum 1729', Donne 'Deaths Duel 1632', Shelley 'Epypsychidion 1821', Sheridan 'The Rivals 1775, and others John Gray, Robert Greene, Edmund Spenser etc mainly published in the late 1960's - early 1970's

Lot 8209 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Scolar Press Facsimiles, a collection of 30+ volumes of facsimile repirnts of important antiquarian works and classics of literature including Milton 'Prose of Works 1641-1650' 3 vols, 'Paradise Lost 1667'; Paradise Regained 1671'; 'Defoe 'Moll Flanders 1772,; Coleridge 'Biographia Literaria 1817, 2 vols; plus others Thomas Nash, Thomas Middleton, Massinger, Marston etc mainly published late 1960's - early 1970's.

Lot 8210 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Scolar Press Facsimiles, a collection of 30 volumes of facsimile reprints of important antiquarian works and classics of literature including Defoe 'Essay Upon Project 1697', Wycherley 'Plain Dealer 1677', 'Country Wife 1675', Dekker 'Shoemaker's Holiday 1600', 'Old Fortunatus 1600', 'Gul's Horne-booke 1609', Walton 'Complete Angler 1676', Swift 'Tale of a Tub 1710', Donne 'Five Sermons 1626', Poems 1633', Wordsworth 'White Doe 1815' and others John Bunyan, Goldsmith, Spenser etc mainly published in the late 1960's - early 1970's

Lot 8211 – Estimate: £70.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Scolar Press Facsimiles, a collection of 25 volumes of facsimile reprints of important antiquarian works and classics of literature including Congrere 'Old Bachelor 1693', 'Double Dealer 1694', 'Love For Love 1695', Shirley 'Poems 1646', Beckford 'Vathek 1786', Carew 'Poems 1640', Burke 'Philosophical Enquiry 1759', Browne 'Religio Medici 1643' etc mainly published in the late 1960's - early 1970's

Lot 8212 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Joseph Conrad: 'Uniform Edition of the Works of Joseph Conrad', London & Toronto, J.M. Dent & Co., 1923-25, 20 volumes, portrait frontis as called for, uniform original cloth gilt (20)

Lot 8213 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

Charles Dickens : The Life & Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby', Scolar Press, 1972-73, facsimile reprint of the 1838-39 1st edition in monthly parts, 20 parts in 19 complete, original printed wraps; plus Slater: 'The Composition and Monthly publication of Nicholas Nickleby at the Yorkshire School, A. Reading. In Four Chapters. Privately printed', Facsimile reprint published by the Ilkley Literature Festival, 1973, original printed wraps (2 copies) (22)

Lot 8214 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Charles Dickens, Christmas Books, 4 titles: 'A Christmas Carol', 'The Chimes', 'The Battle of Life', 'The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain', London, Chapman & Hall, 1886-1887, stereotype edition, each with engraved frontises/added engraved title pages/illustrations as called for, each original decorative/pictorial cloth gilt (slightly worn and soiled, spines browned, 'A Christmas Carol' inner joints split) (4)

Lot 8214A – Estimate: £30.00 – £40.00 (zero)

Four 19th Century sheet music scores relating to Charles Dickens, including T.L Rowbotham: 'The Cricket on the Hearth - A set of Quadrilles.... dedicated to Charles Dickens', London, H.Tolkein, [nd] (pictorial cover only) ; S.Glover - 'What are the wild waves saying? Duet Founded on an incident in the Narrative of ''Dombey and Son''... London, Robert Cocks, circa 1850, 9pp; plus six newspapers 1816-1824 with Lord Byron content including Poems, Lord & Lady Byron sign separation papers, death of Byron and laying in state; plus 1849 News of the World including content from Charles Dickens on execution etc.

Lot 8215 – Estimate: £100.00 – £200.00 (zero)

Henry Rider Haggard, small collection of mainly 1st editions comprising: 'Maiwa's Revenge, or the War of the Little Hand', London, Longmans, Green and Co, 1888, 1st edition, 216pp, original paper covered boards, 'The People of the Mist', London, Longmans, 1894, 1st edition, 16 plates by Arthur Layard as called for, first issue with misprints p.vi numbered as ii, p1 line 21 ''auctoineers'' for ''auctioneers'', 24pp ads at end dated 9/94, original cloth gilt, 'Pearl-Maiden', London, Longmans, 1903, 1st edition, 16 illustrations by Byam Shaw as called for, without ads at end, original cloth gilt, 'The Brethren', London, Cassell, 904, 1st Colonial edition, 19pp ads at end, original decorative cloth, 'The Ancient Allan', London Cassell, 1920, 1st edition, 8 plates as called for, original cloth gilt, 'Kind Solomon's Wives', London, Vizetelly, 1887, 25th thousand, folding treasure map and 10 plates and ills in text as called for, contemporary tree calf gilt, later rebacked (7)

Lot 8216 – Estimate: £100.00 – £200.00 (zero)

Henry Rider Haggard: 'Cetywayo and his white Neighbours, or, Remarks on Recent Events in Zululand, Natal, and the Transvaal.', London, Trubner & Co, 1882, 1st edition, one of only 750 copies, author's first book, a denunciation of Colonial Britain's policies in South Africa, original green cloth gilt (slightly bumped and worn)

Lot 8217 – Estimate: £70.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Winston Spencer Churchill: 'London to Ladysmith via Pretoria', London, Longmans, Green & Co, 1900, 1st edition, 3 folding maps as called for including colour frontispiece, 32pp publisher's catalogue of advertisements at end (dated 10/99), spine browned, recased retaining original pictorial cloth gilt

Lot 8218 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

'Godey's Lady's Book', Philadelphia, 1843-1846, bound volumne of 18 assorted issues from Jan 1843- September 1846, content includes engraved fashion and other plates (only 2 hand coloured, 1 loose), plus literary content by Edgar Allan Poe including 'Ragged Mountains' & 'literati' plus Nathaniel Hawthorne, L.E.L etc, old half (a/f worn)

Lot 8219 – Estimate: £30.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A collection of modern firsts, literature, illustrated etc, including Lord Dunsany: 'Tales of War', Dublin & London, 1918, 1st edition, original cloth backed paper covered boards, dust wrapper; Hardy: 'Under the Greenwood Tree', illustrated Clare Leighton, 1940, wood engraved ills throughout, original cloth, Forrest : 'A Natural Golfer', 1938, 1st edition, 146 ills throughout, original cloth; plus 8 others (11)

Lot 8220 – Estimate: £150.00 – £200.00 (zero)

Evelyn Waugh, Sword of Honour trilogy: 'Men at Arms', 1952, 1st edition, 'Officers and Gentlemen', 1955, 1st edition, 'Unconditional Surrender', 1961 1st edition, all published London, Chapman & Hall, all original cloth gilt, dust wrappers (Men at Arms wrapper price clipped and slightly chipped/worn with some small part losses, cloth VGC, other 2 titles wrappers not price clipped, VGC/Fine and cloth VGC) (3)

Lot 8221 – Estimate: £150.00 – £250.00 (zero)

James Hilton: 'Knight Without Armour', London, Ernest Benn, 1933, 1st edition, inscribed by author to FFEP ''To Winifred with the Author's Happiest Recollections of...Week-Ends - April 1933'', original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (spine browned, some chips/small part losses, not price clipped)

Lot 8222 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Jonathan Lunn, set of six Kit Killigrew naval adventure historical novels, all UK 1st editions published by Headline, five signed, comprising 'Killigrew R.N.', 2000, signed; 'Killigrew and the Golden Dragon', 2001, signed; 'Killigrew and the Incorrigibles', 2002, signed; 'Killigrew and the North-West Passage', 2003; 'Killigrew's Run', 2004, signed; 'Killigrew and the Sea Devil', 2005, signed, each original cloth, dust wrappers, provenance Ian Latter (6)

Lot 8223 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

Colin Thubron: 'Mirror to Damascus', London, Heinemann, 1967, 1st edition, signed, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper (not price clipped, generally VGC). Author's first book, provenance Ian Latter

Lot 8224 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Colin Thubron, collection of eighteen 1st editions, all original cloth, dust wrappers, five signed, comprising 'A Cruel Madness', London, 1984, signed; 'Falling', London, 1989, signed; 'Turning Back the Sun', London, 1991, 2 copies, each signed; 'Distance', London, 1996, signed; 'The Hills of Adonis A Quest in Lebanon', London, 1968, author's second book; 'Jerusalem', London, 1969; 'Journey Into Cyprus', London, 1975; 'The God in The Mountain', London, 1977, author's first novel; 'Emperor', London, 1978; 'Among the Russians', London, 1983; 'A Cruel Madness', New York, 1984; 'Behind The Wall', London, 1987; 'Falling', London, 1989, and another copy, New York, 1991; 'The Lost Heart of Asia', London, 1994; 'In Siberia', London, 1999; 'To the Last City', London, 2002, all 1st Uk or US editions, all VGC in VGC wrappers, plus 2 others Thubron & Time Life, provenance Ian Latter (20)

Lot 8225 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

Dirk Bogarde, three UK 1st editions, 2 signed: 'A Period of Adjustment', 1994, signed; 'Cleared for Takeoff', 1995, signed; 'Closing Ranks', 1997, all published Viking, all original cloth, dust wrappers, provenance Ian Latter (3)

Lot 8226 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Julian Barnes, 5 titles: 'England, England', London, Cape, 1998, 1st edition, signed, original cloth, dust wrapper; 'Cross Channel', London, Cape, 1996, 3rd impression, signed, original cloth, dust wrapper; 'Staring at the Sun', London, Cape, 1986, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper; 'Arthur & George', London, Cape, 2005, 1st edition, original cloth; plus 1 other, provenance Ian Latter (5)

Lot 8227 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

A small collection of advanced proofs, including Len Deighton: 'Bomber', London, Jonathan Cape, 1970, original wraps with publishers logo repeat pattern; plus 8 others, provenance Ian Latter (9)

Lot 8228 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

A collection of 50+ Folio Society titles including Jane Austen, Don Quixote, Machiavelli 'The Prince'; 'Cold Comfort Farm', Anton Chekhov etc.

Lot 8229 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

A collection of 50+ Folio Society titles including Charles Dickens, Ford Madox Ford 'The Good Soldier', Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Josephine Tey, Stanley 'Into the Dark Continent', 'Tales from Shakespeare' by Charles & Mary Lamb, etc

Lot 8230 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A collection of approximately 30 books and booklets on Communism, Marxism-Leninism, Trade Unions, Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc etc, including ''Almanach de Verlages der Kommunistischen Internationale 1921'', coloured and black and white illustrations, original card wraps; Leon Trotzky: ''Lenin'', 1925, 1st edition, original cloth; Bourguina: ''Russian Social Democracy The Menshevik Movement; Hoover Institution, 1968; E E Smith: ''The Okhrana'', 1967; plus others Marx Engels, Lenin, Mao Tse-Tung, ''The Red-Republican & Friend of the People'', 1966 reprint, two volumes etc

Lot 8231 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

Marton Rowson & Dr Kevin Killane: 'Scenes From the Lives of the Great Socialists', London, Grapheme Publications, 1983, 1st edition, according to the late publisher, one of about 250 copies printed, subversive illustrations throughout, oblong 4to, original pictorial wraps

Lot 8232 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

George Orwell: 'Nineteen Eighty-Four. The Facsimile of the Extant Manuscript', edited Peter Davison, London, Secker & Warburg, 1984, 1st edition, folio, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper; plus a penguin paperback reprint of 'Animal Farm', 1959, original wraps (2)

Lot 8233 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Susanna Clarke: 'Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell', London, Bloomsbury, 2004, 1st edition, signed, original cream cloth, cream dust wrapper, plus another unsigned 1st edition copy of the same work in black cloth, black dust wrapper; plus Rachel Seiffert: 'The Dark Room', 2001, 1st UK edition, signed, and 'Field Study', 2004, 1st edition; plus Desmond Higgins: 'In the Wake of the Raj: Travels in 1950s India', 2009, 1st edition, signed and inscribed; plus Richard Fortey: 'The Earth an Intimate Story', 2004, 1st edition, signed, all original cloth, dust wrappers, provenance Ian Latter (6)

Lot 8234 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

George D. Pelecanos, Six 1st editions, 5 signed, comprising 'The Sweet Forever', New York, Little, Brown, 1998, signed, 'Shame The Devil', London, Gollancz, 2000, signed, 'Right as Rain', London, Orion, 2001, signed, 'Hell to Pay', London, Orion, 2002, signed, 'Hard Revolution', London, Orion, 2004, signed, 'The Night Gardener', London, Orion, 2006, each original cloth, dust wrappers; plus Sara Paretsky, 7 1st editions, including 'Deadlock', London, Gollancz, 1984, 'Burn Marks', London, Chatto, 1990, 'Windy City Blues', New York, Delacorte, 1995, 'Ghost Country', London, Hamish Hamilton, 1998, plus 3 others, each original cloth, dust wrappers, provenance Ian Latter (13)

Lot 8235 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Ruth Rendell, collection of thirteen UK 1st editions, 2 signed, all published Hutchinson, including: 'One Across, Two Down', 1971; 'Put on By Cunning', 1981; 'The Fever Tree and Other Stories', 1982; 'Road Rage', 1997, signed; 'The Water's Lovely', 2006, signed; plus 8 others; plus 7 others similar (15)

Lot 8236 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Thirty modern 1st editions etc, including Terry Pratchett 'Jingo', Gollancz, 1997, 1st edition; Frederick Forsyth: 'The Dogs of War', Hutchinson, 1974, 1st edition; Len Deighton: 'Spy Line', Hutchinson, 1989, 1st edition; Peter Carey: 'True History of the Kelly Gang', London, 2001, 1st UK edition, etc etc, each original cloth, dust wrappers, provenance Ian Latter (30)

Lot 8237 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A collection of twenty two mainly modern first editions, all signed by author, including Sebastian Faulks: 'A Week in December', 2009, limited edition (266/1000), signed and numbered to limitation page, original boards, slipcase; Nick Hornby: 'A Long Way Down', 2005, 1st edition, limited edition (613/1000) signed to title page and numbered, original cloth, slip case; Roddy Doyle: 'A Star Called Henry', 2009, 1st edition, signed to title page, original cloth, dust wrapper; plus others Brian Moore, Rose Tremain, Howard Jacobson, Joseph Knox, Ian Rankin, Martin Amis, Brian Martin etc etc (22)

Lot 8238 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

Dorothy L. Sayers, 2 titles: 'Busman's Honeymoon', London, Gollancz, 1937, 1st edition, rebound cloth gilt; 'Hangman's Holiday', London, Gollancz, 1934, 2nd impression, original cloth (2)

Lot 8239 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Dodie Smith: 'I Capture the Castle', London, William Heinemann, 1949, 1st edition, illustrations in the text by Ruth Steed from sketches by the author, original cloth gilt

Lot 8240 – Estimate: £25.00 – £35.00 (zero)

Serena Livingstone-Stanley [i.e. Joan Lindsay]: 'Through Darkest Pondelayo, an account of the adventures of two English Ladies on a Cannibal Island', Chatto & Windus, 1936, advance proof copy, 13 plates as called for, Australian satirical novel, a parody of English tourists abroad in travel book format, original plain paper wraps

Lot 8241 – Estimate: £20.00 – £30.00 (zero)

C.3.3. [Oscar Wilde] : 'The Ballad of Reading Gaol', stated London, Leonard Smithers, 1899, but a pirated edition circa 1899-1907, authors name printed on title page beneath his cell number, vi, 31pp, original cloth gilt (slightly grubby)

Lot 8242 – Estimate: £140.00 – £180.00 (zero)

Elizabeth David: 'A Book of Mediterranean Food', London, John Lehmann Ltd., 1950, 1st edition, illustrations by John Minton, original cloth, dust wrapper (part loss at foot of spine/lower wrap), dust wrapper designed by John Minton

Lot 8243 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Dylan Thomas: 'Under Milk Wood', London, J.M. Dent, 1954, 1st edition, original cloth gilt (VGC), dust wrapper (spine slightly faded, small closed tear to top wrap near spine edge, else generally crisp and VGC, not price clipped)

Lot 8244 – Estimate: £30.00 – £45.00 (zero)

Ian Fleming: 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service', London, Jonathan Cape, 1963, 1st edition, original cloth silvered, dust wrapper

Lot 8245 – Estimate: £50.00 – £80.00 (zero)

John le Carr?, 3 titles: 'The Honourable Schoolboy', 1977, 1st edition, 'Smileys People', 1980, 1st edition, 'A Perfect Spy', 1986, 1st edition , all published London, Hodder & Stoughton, all original cloth, dust wrappers (3)

Lot 8246 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

Richmal Crompton: 'Just-William', London, George Newnes, [1922], 1st edition, 35 illustrations by Thomas Henry including frontis as called for, 4 pages of adverts at end unnumbered, rebound three quarter crimson morocco gilt, new EP's, green morocco gilt title labels

Lot 8247 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Richmal Crompton: 'William and the Masked Ranger', London, George Newnes, 1966, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper

Lot 8247A – Estimate: £70.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Honor Elwes: 'Slaminayriaf Stories', London, Clement Ingleby, [1923], 1st edition, 9 photographic plates as called for, errata slip tipped in, original cloth, printed paper label to spine, scarce fairy stories of birds and animals by Honor Elwes (1889 - 1959), of Congham, Norfolk; plus Arthur Ransome, 4 titles: 'The Big Six', 1940, 1st edition, 'Missee Lee', 1941, 1st edition, 'We Didn't Mean to go to Sea', 1939, 7th impression, 'Peter Duck', 1940, 11th impression, all Jonathan Cape, all original cloth gilt (5)

Lot 8248 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Hugh Lofting: 'The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle' New York, Frederick A. Stokes, 1922, 1st edition, 1st printing, second book in the Doctor Dolittle series of 14, 2 coloured plates and 18 full page black and white ills as called for, original decorative cloth, inset mounted pictorial panel

Lot 8249 – Estimate: £60.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Philippe Halsman: 'Piccoli', illustrated Paul Julian, New York, Simon & Schuster, 1953, 1st edition, coloured illustrations and chapter heads throughout, original pictorial printed boards, dust wrapper (chipped and worn in places)

Lot 8250 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

A collection of children's books including Compton Mackenzie : 'The Naughtymobile', Oxford, Basil Blackwell, [nd], circa 1932, original cloth, mounted coloured illustrations. H.Tennyson : 'Jack & The Bean Stalk'. English Hexameters', ill. Randolph Caldecott, 1886, 1st edition, original pictorial cloth; Alison Uttley : 'Little Grey Rabbit Goes to Sea', 1954, coloured ills by McTempest as called for, original pictorial boards; Lorenz Frolich (illustrated) : 'The Little Darling at the Sea-side', London, Trubner, [1863], 1st edition, ills throughout, 4to, original cloth worn & soiled, printed illustration to top board with part loss; plus five others (9)

Lot 8251 – Estimate: £60.00 – £90.00 (zero)

J.M. Barrie: 'Quality Street', illustrated Hugh Thomson, Hodder & Stoughton, circa 1913, 22 tipped in coloured plates, large 4to, original vellum gilt, top edge gilt, original glassine dust wrapper

Lot 8252 – Estimate: £120.00 – £150.00 (zero)

W.M. Thackeray: 'Vanity Fair', illustrated Lewis Baumer, London, Hodder & Stoughton, [1913], deluxe edition, signed by Baumer and numbered (120/350), 20 tipped in coloured plates as called for, 4to, original full decorative vellum gilt, mounted colour illustration to top board, silk ribbon ties, top edge gilt

Lot 8253 – Estimate: £20.00 – £40.00 (zero)

Small collection of circa late 19th Century Randolph Caldecott Picture Books and illustrated titles including 'An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog', 'The Queen of Hearts', 'The three Jovial Huntsmen', 'A Frog he would a-wooing go', 'The Milkmaid', all published Routledge/Warne, original pictorial wraps/paper covered boards, some a/f rebacked (11)

Lot 8254 – Estimate: £40.00 – £80.00 (zero)

Two boxes of children's and illustrated books

Lot 8255 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A collection of children's and illustrated including J M Barrie; Henry Newbolt; Lawrence Sterne; Goldsmith; ''Fairy Tales of a Parrot Adapted from the Persian'', etc, (approximately 30 in total)

Lot 8256 – Estimate: £25.00 – £45.00 (zero)

A small collection of pop-up books including Thomson: ''Frank Lloyd Wright In Pop-Up'', 2002, six pop-ups of famous buildings by Lloyd Wright as called for, original pictorial boards, ''Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'', pop-up adaption by Robert Sabuda, 2003, 1st edition, six pop-up illustrations as called for, original picture boards; J Dulong (edited): ''A Celebration of Pop-up Movable Books'', 2004, limited edition 10 pop-up/movable elements as called for, rotignal cloth, original solander box )2 copies); plus three others similar (7)

Lot 8257 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

A collection of twenty nine modern firsts, literature, literary biographies etc, including James Joyce: 'Ulysses', Bodley Head, 1954 reprint, original green cloth gilt; Bowker: 'James Joyce A Biography', London, 2011, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper; George Craig et al: 'The Letters of Samuel Beckett 1929-1940; 1941-1956', Cambridge University Press, 2009, 2011, 1st edition, 2 volumes, each original cloth, dust wrappers; D.H. Lawrence: 'The Symbolic Meaning', Centaur Press, 1962, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper; Henry Miller: 'Tropic of Cancer', New York, Grove Press, circa 1961, original boards gilt; R.F. Christian: 'Tolstoy's Diaries Volume 1 1847-1894 Volume 2 1895-1910', London, 1985, 1st edition, 2 volumes, each original cloth gilt, dust wrappers; Virginia Woolf: 'The Waves', Hogarth Press, 1976 reprint, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper; Julian Symons: 'The Detling Murders', London, Macmillan, 1982, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper; plus others by and related to Graham Greene, Aldous Huxley, T.S. Eliot, Jerome K. Jerome, Wyndham Lewis etc (29)

Lot 8258 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

A collection of 30+ poetry titles etc, some from the collection of Allen Freer, collector and artist including David McDuff: 'Words In Nature', 1971, 1st edition, signed to half title and with an ALS to Freer, unknown sender though content re McDuff and Freer's poetry anthology, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper; Phoebe Hesketh: 'Over the Brook', 1986, 1st edition, TLS to Freer from Michael Farley looseley inserted, original wraps; Ezra Pound: 'Personae Collected Shorter Poems', London, Faber & Faber, 1st edition, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper; Dannie Abse: 'A Poet in the Family', 1974, 1st edition, signed original cloth, dust wrapper, 'Funland and other Poems', 1973, 2nd impression, signed, 'Selected Poems', 1973, 3rd impression, signed; Plus others Brian Waltham signed; Richard Aldington; Robert Lowell etc etc

Lot 8259 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

A collection of 30+ poetry titles etc, some from the collection of Allen Freer, collector and artist, including Brian Cox 'Emeritus', 2001, 1st edition, signed and inscribed to Allen Freer and with T.L.S. to him loosely inserted, original wraps; Richard Church: 'Twenty-five Lyrical Poems', 1967, limited edition, (197/500) , signed and numbered, original cloth gilt, 2 dust wrappers; Alfred Williams: 'Poems in Wiltshire', 1911, 1st edition, original cloth gilt; James Kirkup: 'White Shadows Black Shadows', 1970, 1st edition, signed, original cloth, dust wrapper; Helen Thomas: 'Time & Again', 1978, 1st, ownership signature of Allen Freer, original cloth, dust wrapper; 'Complete Poems of Emily Jane Bronte', New York, 1941, original cloth gilt; 'Poet & Painter Being the Corresondance between Gordon Bottomley and Paul Nash 1910-1946', 1955, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper etc etc

Lot 8260 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Twenty four limited edition works of poetry/literature published by La Delirante, Paris, inclusing J.M.Synge: 'Poems', 1991, (100) (65), 'Cavaliers a La Mer', 1975, (99) + 3 others; Fouad El-Etr: 'Entre Venus et Mars', 1993 + five others; others Ernst Junger, Percy Bysshe, Shelley, W.B. Yeats, Octavio Paz etc plus La Delirante Revue de Poesie' 1976, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1999, 2000 (2) 7 volumes plus one other

Lot 8261 – Estimate: £60.00 – £120.00 (zero)

A miscellaneous collection of antiquarian etc including Henry St John Bolingbroke : 'A Dissertation upon Parties, In several Letters to Caleb d'Anvers, Esq', London, 1735, 2nd edition, dedicated to Sir Robert Walpole, rebound paper covered boards, P.V Lenoir: 'French Spelling-Book', 1808, 3rd edition, 4 engraved plates as called for, rebound quarter cloth, John Corry: 'The Works of Tim Bobbin, Esq'. Rochdale, J. Westall, 1819, 11 engraved plates, contemporary half calf gilt Law Society binding; plus 20 others (23)

Lot 8262 – Estimate: £50.00 – £70.00 (zero)

A collection of 25 titles mainly poetry, plays etc, including Seamus Heaney: 'Preoccupations Selected Prose 1968-1978', Faber & Faber, 1984, signed and dated June 1985 by Heaney to title page, original wraps, 'New Selected Poems 1966-1987', Faber & Faber, 1990 1st, original cloth, dust wrapper, 'The Burial at Thebes', translated Seamus Heaney, Faber & Faber, 2004, 1st edition, original papered boards gilt, dust wrapper; Dennis O'Driscoll: 'Stepping Stones Interviews with Seamus Heaney', 2009, original wraps; W.B. Yeats: 'Running to Paradise', illustrated Judith Valpy, Macmillan, 1967, original cloth gilt; Ted Hughes: 'Gaudete', London, 1977, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper; Louis MacNeice: 'The Earth Compels', London, Faber, 1938, 1st edition, original cloth, dust wrapper; Alexander Pushkin: 'Boris Godunov', Sixth Chamber Press, 1985, limited edition (200), out of series, signed by the translator D.M. Thomas to limitation page and to half title, original quarter cloth gilt; Burns Singer: 'Still and All', London, 1957, 1st edition, signed and inscribed by Marie Battle Singer, original cloth, dust wrapper; plus others Auden, Isherwood, Robert Graves, Siegfried Sassoon etc (25)

Lot 8263 – Estimate: £30.00 – £50.00 (zero)

'Life and Letters', Literary journal edited Desmond MacCarthy, run of 36 assorted issues June 1928- Dec.1932, numbers 1,9-14,18-25,27-47, original printed wraps, published at Curwen Press, content includes Waugh, Forster, Huxley, Somerset Maugham etc; 'Evergreen Review' 20+ issues 1957-1963, some duplication, content includes Camus, Beckett, Carlos Fuentes, Henry Miller etc; plus a quantity of other literary journals/reviews/periodicals

Lot 8264 – Estimate: £30.00 – £40.00 (zero)

Six titles published by Private Libraries Association including Chambers et al: 'Gogmagog. Morris Cox & The Gogmagog Press', Pinner, 1991, ltd edition (650), original orange and black cloth; Arnold: 'The Fanfrolico Press', 2009, ltd edition (950), original cloth gilt; 'A Modest Collection. Private Libaries Association 1956-2006', 2007 ltd edition (1,100) original cloth gilt; 'The Book Illustrations of Orlando Jewitt', 1995, ltd edition, (1,250) original cloth gilt; 'Anthony Rota, 2 titles 'Apart from the Text', 1998, 1st edition (2,200) & 'Books In Blood', 2002 1st edition (1,700) each original cloth, dust wrappers (6)

Lot 8265 – Estimate: £40.00 – £50.00 (zero)

(Private Press Ephemera): 'Portfolio One - Two - Three. Specimen sheets of printing, type-design and letter-cutting carried out by Will Carter', Rampant Lions Press, 1967, 1974, 1982, 1st editions, 3 volumes, each limited to circa 500 sets, title pages, colophon leaves, foreword leaves and c.24 specimens of work, printed in various colours on a variety of papers and card, folder of photographs of carvings on stone and slate as called for, each 4to, original printed card portfolios (3)

Lot 8266 – Estimate: £40.00 – £50.00 (zero)

Ruari & Antonia McLean: 'Benjamin Fawcett Engraver and Colour Printer', Scolar Press, 1988, limited edition, (41/750), but one of only 25 copies signed by the author and specially bound with 3 original Fawcett plates in rear pocket, half crushed green morocco gilt over marbled paper covered boards, dust wrapper (spine faded)

Lot 8267 – Estimate: £70.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Golden Cockerel Press prospectuses, specimens etc, including 'The Golden Bed of Kydno', 1935 prospectus, [8]pp, line engravings by Lettice Sandford; 'Spring, Sunshine and a Chanticleer from the Golden Cockerel Press to Procloaim a New Hatching of Golden Eggs', 1935 prospectus/catalogue, wood engravings by Robert Gibbings and John Nash, [12]pp, original wraps; The Golden Cockerel Greek Anthology prospectus, line engravings by Lettice Sandford, [4]pp; 'Napoleon's Memoirs' Golden Cockerel prospectus 1944, Reynolds Stone wood engraving to cover, [4]pp; 'Reynolds Stone Engravings', John Murray prospectus, 15 vignette wood engravings by Reynolds Stone, [6]pp folding prospectus; 'The Amazons' Golden Cockerel Press prospectus 1948, [4]pp, wood engravings by Clifford Webb; 'Nelson's Letter' golden Cockerel Prospectus 1953, [4]pp, wood engravings by Geoffrey Wales; 'The Story of a Lifetime', Golden Cockerel Prospectus 1954, [4]pp, wood engravings by Clifford Webb; 'Golden Cockerel Press A Note on the Press and a List of New books in hand for 1946', [8]pp, wood engraving to cover; plus 10 other prospectuses/items

Lot 8268 – Estimate: £70.00 – £90.00 (zero)

Golden Cockerel Press prospectuses, specimens etc, including 1934 prospectus, full page cockerel wood engraving by Eric Ravilious plus other wood engravings by Robert Gibbings, Blair Hughes-stanton, Eric Gill etc, [16]pp, 4to, Glastonbury cream laid paper; catalogue LXII 1937, [4]pp, salmon coloured wove papaer, no inserts; prospectus/catalogue Season 1932, top wrap with wood engraving by Eric Ravilious depicting cockerel and ring master with decorative border, [16]pp, original stitched wraps; Salmacis and Hermaphroditus prospectus, [4]pp, 2 coloured wood engravings by John Buckland-Wright including 1 full page; plus 10 other Golden Cockerel prospectuses/items circa 1930's-1950's

Lot 8269 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

'Genius. Zeitschrift Fur Werdende unde alte Kunst', Munich, Leipzig, Kurt Wolff, 1919-1921, three volumes in six original parts (all that was ever published), edited Hans Mardersteig and Carl Georg Heise, illustrated throughout with numerous mounted illustrations but apparently lacking the 16 woodcuts/etching/litho's by Schmidt-Rotluff, Franz Kafka, Maxim Gorky, Alfred Dublin, Herman Hesse and others, each folio, original printed wraps, parts 3 & 4 lacking backstrips, 5 & 6 backstrips with part loss/wear, some loose leaves etc (6)

Lot 8270 – Estimate: £70.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Christopher Brown: 'An Anamorphic Alphabet' The Previous Parrot Press, 1999, limited edition, 136 copies in total, this one of 36 copies (numbered XXXI/XXXVI) with the linocut illustrations hand coloured, original quarter navy morocco gilt, linocut design pictorial paper covered boards, slip case; plus 'The Compton Marbling Portfolio of Patterns', Oxford, The Alembic Press, 1992, limited edition of text and 17 with tipped in samples as called for, all housed loose as issued in original half cloth over marbled paper covered boards portfolio, printed paper label, silk ribbon ties (2)

Lot 8271 – Estimate: £250.00 – £450.00 (zero)

'Signature: A Quadrimestrial of Typography and Graphic Arts', edited Oliver Simon, London, Curwen Press, complete set of the first series November 1935- December 1940, numbers 1-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12, 13-15, each in original printed wraps, housed loose on five original quarter cloth gilt over decorative printed paper covered boards, bindings, content and numerous illustrations by leading illustrators and graphic artists of the period including Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland, Edward Bawden, Eric Ravilious, Barnett Freedman, John Piper, Lynton Lamb, Henry Moore etc. Very scarce complete set of the first series of this important periodical devoted to typography and the printing arts, started in 1935 and suspended in 1940 when the last issue of the first series was hit by a high explosive bomb as it came off the presses at the Curwen Press.

Lot 8272 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

'Signature: A Quadrimestrial of Typography and Graphic Arts', edited Oliver Simon, London, Curwen Press, 8 assorted numbers comprising No.s 1-3 (Nov 1935, March 1936, July 1936) plus No.s 5,6,7,10 and new series number 13, 1951, each original printed wraps, illustrations and content by leading artists & illustrators including Paul Nash, Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden, Graham Sutherland, Barnett Freedman, John Piper etc. Scarce; together with Powers: 'Art & Print: The Curwen Story', & Gilmour: 'Artists at Curwen', each original pictorial wraps. (10)

Lot 8273 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Janet Boulton: 'Dear Mercia Paul Nash letters to Mercia Oakley, 1909-1918', The Fleece Press, 1991, coloured frontis, folding coloured illustration in rear pocket, original cloth backed paper covered boards, original slipcase, Rigby Graham: 'Sketchbook drawings', intro Alan Tucker, Hanborough, Parrot Press, 1988, limited edition (XV/LXXXV) and signed by Graham and Tucker, pochoir coloured plates by Sylvia Stokeld, original paper covered boards, slipcase; Enid Bagnold: 'Letters to Frank Harris, & other Friends', Whittington Press, 1980, limited edition (142/400) signed and numbered, original cloth slipcase; plus others Edward Bawden, Eric Ravilious and four others (9)

Lot 8274 – Estimate: £50.00 – £100.00 (zero)

Lynton Lamb: 'The Purpose of Painting', 1936, 1st edition, stylishly rebound full green morocco with geometric / elliptical design in gilt to upper and lower boards, stated in pencil at back ''Bound and Finished by Lynton Lamb - from the collection of Lynton Lamb. Given to me by Biddy Lamb. Alan Freer, Cheadle Hulme''; 'Lynton Lamb - Illustrator', Scolar Press, 1978, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, looseley inserted autograph letter signed by Biddy Lamb, 1981 plus a small original pencil drawing by Lynton Lamb of a Viking ship + some cuttings, printed illustrations etc; plus 'Aristology of the Art of Dining', illustrated Lynton Lamb, 1965, (500), original cloth backed paper covered boards, marbled paper dust wrapper; plus Lynton Lamb 'Drawing for Illustraion', 1962, 1st edition, signed and inscribed by Lynton Lamb to Alan Freer, artist and collector, to half title, original cloth, dust wrapper (4)

Lot 8275 – Estimate: £50.00 – £100.00 (zero)

A collection of 20 titles on bookbinding printing etc, including M M Foot ''A Collection of Bookbindings Volume I Studies in the History of Bookbinding'', British Library, 1978, original calf gilt; Broomhead: 'The Zaehnsdoerfs (1842-1947) Craft Bookbinders', 1986, (2,250), original cloth gilt; 'Bookbindings From the Library of Jean Grolier', British Library, 1965, original leatherette gilt; H M Nixon: 'english restoration Bookbindings', 1974, signed and inscribed, original cloth gilt; plus others Douglas & Sydney Cockerell; The Cambridge Illuminations etc (29)

Lot 8276 – Estimate: £30.00 – £40.00 (zero)

A collection of 20+ books relating to Modern British Artists including Paul Nash, John Piper, Ceri Richards, Denton Welch, Eric Gill etc plus a couple on printing and book production.

Lot 8277 – Estimate: £30.00 – £60.00 (zero)

A collection of approximately 30 art books including Ben Nicholson, four titles; Kindersley 'Graphic Variations', 1979, Skelton's Press; Keith Sagar: 'D H Lawrences Paintings', 2003, Chaucer Press, signed and inscribed by author, original cloth gilt, dust wrapper, etc

Lot 8278 – Estimate: £40.00 – £80.00 (zero)

A collection of 35+ art books including Picasso, Matisse, Bomberg, Keith Vaughan, Ivon Hitchens, Cezanne, Rousseau etc etc

Lot 8279 – Estimate: £40.00 – £60.00 (zero)

Approx 30 assorted art books including Mantegna, Picasso, Bellini, Chardin, Van Dyck, El Greco etc etc

Lot 8280 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) A portfolio of 120 reproduction offset woodblock colour prints including One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (complete series) each housed inside coarse paper signatures with tissue guards, plus two printed card leaves title page and list of plates + publishers prospectus, published Japan circa 1974, all housed in original cloth portfolio approx 41cm x 30cm x 9cm, original card box (slightly worn), printed paper label

Lot 8281 – Estimate: £100.00 – £150.00 (zero)

'Heroes + Villains, Photographs by David Steen', Genesis Publications, 2005, limited edition (413/1,250), numbered and signed to limitation page, and further signed and dated to title page, profusely illustrated from photographs throughout, original silver paper covered boards with inset slide illustration of The Beatles to top board, acetate dust wrapper with title printed in yellow, original plastic slip case, provenance Ian Latter

Lot 8282 – Estimate: £150.00 – £250.00 (zero)

Grace Coddington, Michael Roberts et al: 'Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue', Paris, Edition 7L, 2002, 1st edition, signed by fashion icon Grace Coddington to title page ''Grace Coddington, December 13th 2004'', an in depth look at the former model and admired creative director at Vogue Magazine, copiously illustrated throughout, photos by David Bailey, Guy Bourdin, Snowdon, Annie Leibovitz, Peter Lindberg etc, folio, original pictorial cloth, acetate dust wrapper with gilt titling, original slipcase (slightly worn)

Lot 8283 – Estimate: £80.00 – £120.00 (zero)

Tom Ford, Bridget Foley, Richard Avedon and others: 'Tom Ford', London, Thames & Hudson, 2004, 1st edition, signed Tom Ford, profusely ilustrated in colour throughout, folio, original cloth, original slip case, provenance Ian Latter

Lot 8284 – Estimate: £30.00 – £45.00 (zero)

Nathaniel Lloyd: 'A History of English Brickwork', introduction by Sir Edwin L. Lutyens, London & New York, H.G. Montgomery & W. Helburn, 1925, 1st edition, profusely illustrated with black and white illustrations from photographs and folding architectural plates as called for, large 4to, original pictorial cloth gilt, top edge gilt

Lot 8285 – Estimate: £750.00 – £850.00 (zero)

A.S.G. Butler: 'The Lutyens Memorial, The Architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens', London, Country Life, 1950, 1st edition, 3 volumes, numerous monochrome plates and illustrations, many folding, folio, original green cloth gilt, dust wrappers (worn and with some part losses and repairs/restoration), armorial bookplates of William Iveson Croome, large folding facsimile copy of an original Lutyens architectural plan for Castle Drogo, near Drewsteignton, Devon, and 2010 invoice for books loosely inserted, provenance Ian Latter (3)