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  • 8 hand-coloured lithographs from Costumes Histoire et des Orders Religieux by TIRON, Abbot
    TIRON, Abbot
    8 hand-coloured lithographs from Costumes Histoire et des Orders Religieux

    Brusselles: Librairie Historique-Artistic, 1845. A collection of eight hand coloured lithographs by Duverger and Clerman after Jacques Charles Bar's illustrations. This set are from a Spanish edition. There is no text other than the titles (In french / Spanish / Latin), but the 8 plates are each under home made passe-partout. The lithographs comprise both members of the Religious and members of the Catholic Chivalric orders: An Archbishop; A Jesuit; A Carthusian nun in ceremonial dress, A Chierigo Minor; gran croce dele ordine di Carlo III (A member of the Order of the Grand Cross of Charles III; A cavalier of the Order of Calatrava; An Alejano / Alexien; A Religious from the Order of the Visitation. The plates…

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    Brusselles: Librairie Historique-Artistic, 1845. A collection of eight hand coloured lithographs by Duverger and Clerman after Jacques Charles Bar's illustrations. This set are from a Spanish edition. There is no text other than the titles (In french / Spanish / Latin), but the 8 plates are each under home made passe-partout. The lithographs comprise both members of the Religious and members of the Catholic Chivalric orders: An Archbishop; A Jesuit; A Carthusian nun in ceremonial dress, A Chierigo Minor; gran croce dele ordine di Carlo III (A member of the Order of the Grand Cross of Charles III; A cavalier of the Order of Calatrava; An Alejano / Alexien; A Religious from the Order of the Visitation. The plates have some edgewear / chipping and creasing to the edges, but this is hidden by the passe partout. The lithographed sheets are 270 by 185mm (10¾ by 7¼ inches). The passe partout is 300mm x 240mm.

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    Book ID: 3776
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  • A Apple Pie. by GREENAWAY, Kate
    GREENAWAY, Kate
    A Apple Pie. Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans.

    London: George Routledge and Sons, 1886. First edition. Hardback. Pictorial paper covered boards with red cloth spine. Red endpapers. An alphabet book for children using the picture story of an apple pie! Boards a little darkened and rubbed at fore edge. Overall quite good condition with no markings. 215 x 265 mm (8½ x 10½ inches).

    Book ID: 3890
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  • A collection of 13 almanacks in French - a run from 1883-1895 by GREENAWAY, Kate
    GREENAWAY, Kate
    A collection of 13 almanacks in French - a run from 1883-1895 Une collection de 13 almanachs en français - une série de 1883-1895

    Paris: Hachette et cie, 1883. A collection of 13 almanacks by Greenaway, held in a clamshell case in the style of book, with green leather spine and marbled boards. A little rubbing to the edges of the box. The almanacks are all in french with the exception of 1884, which is in a different format and in English. (this one is in a soft cover and sized 13cm x 9cm, the rest are in hardback and size 10cm x 7.5cm) with no wrappers. All are in good, clean condition, with just a touch of handling and edgewear. This is a near complete set of this series of children's books. "The beginning of 1883 had seen the publication of Kate…

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    Paris: Hachette et cie, 1883. A collection of 13 almanacks by Greenaway, held in a clamshell case in the style of book, with green leather spine and marbled boards. A little rubbing to the edges of the box. The almanacks are all in french with the exception of 1884, which is in a different format and in English. (this one is in a soft cover and sized 13cm x 9cm, the rest are in hardback and size 10cm x 7.5cm) with no wrappers. All are in good, clean condition, with just a touch of handling and edgewear. This is a near complete set of this series of children's books. "The beginning of 1883 had seen the publication of Kate Greenaway's first Almanack. Published at one shilling by George Routledge & Sons, and of course engraved and printed in colours by Mr. Edmund Evans, it achieved an enormous success, some 90,000 copies being sold in England, America, France, and Germany" (Spielmann and Layard, 122). This set comprises each year to 1895 in their French editions. There was no almanack issued in 1896. A final one (not present here) was issued in a glassine wrapper in 1897. 140 by 100mm (5½ by 4 inches).

    . Une collection de 13 almanachs de Greenaway, présentés dans un étui à clapet en forme de livre, avec dos en cuir vert et plats marbrés. Un petit frottement sur les bords de la boite. Les almanachs sont tous en français à l'exception de 1884 qui est dans un format différent et en anglais. (celui-ci est dans une couverture souple et mesure 13 cm x 9 cm, le reste est en couverture rigide et mesure 10 cm x 7,5 cm) sans emballage. Tous sont en bon état de propreté, avec juste une touche de manipulation et d'usure des bords. Il s'agit d'un ensemble presque complet de cette série de livres pour enfants. « Le début de 1883 avait vu la publication du premier almanach de Kate Greenaway. Publié à un shilling par George Routledge & Sons, et bien sûr gravé et imprimé en couleurs par M. Edmund Evans, il obtint un énorme succès, quelque 90 000 exemplaires se vendant en Angleterre, en Amérique, en France et en Allemagne » (Spielmann et Layard, 122). Cet ensemble comprend chaque année vers 1895 leurs éditions françaises. Il n'y a pas eu d'almanach publié en 1896. Un dernier (non présent ici) a été publié dans une enveloppe en cristal en 1897. 140 par 100 mm

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    Book ID: 3795
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  • A Complete, Scientific, and Popular Treatise upon Perspective, with the Theories of Reflection and Shadows. Illustrated with Twenty-Four Plates by A Pupil of Monsieur J.P. Thenot (HAKEWELL, A. W).
    A Pupil of Monsieur J.P. Thenot (HAKEWELL, A. W).
    A Complete, Scientific, and Popular Treatise upon Perspective, with the Theories of Reflection and Shadows. Illustrated with Twenty-Four Plates

    London: Simpkin & Marshall, 1836. First English Edition. Attractive contemporary full leather green binding with profuse gilt decoration to the spine and boards. A little rubbing but still in good condition. Marbled end papers. There is a prize inscription from Spitalfield School of Design from May 1843 to the end paper. On the second end paper is a large gift inscription giving the book to a young boy on his 12th birthday. The rest of the work is in good, clean condition, with a light darkening / foxing only. Attractive engraved frontis of a perspective view of Greenwich Hospital from across the Thames. A Further 24 folding plates showing a total of 168 different figures demonstrating aspects of Perspective.…

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    London: Simpkin & Marshall, 1836. First English Edition. Attractive contemporary full leather green binding with profuse gilt decoration to the spine and boards. A little rubbing but still in good condition. Marbled end papers. There is a prize inscription from Spitalfield School of Design from May 1843 to the end paper. On the second end paper is a large gift inscription giving the book to a young boy on his 12th birthday. The rest of the work is in good, clean condition, with a light darkening / foxing only. Attractive engraved frontis of a perspective view of Greenwich Hospital from across the Thames. A Further 24 folding plates showing a total of 168 different figures demonstrating aspects of Perspective. 210 by 140mm (8¼ by 5½ inches). xiv, 152, XXIV. pp.

    English edition of "Essai de perspective pratique pour rectifier les compositions et dessiner d'après nature" (Paris 1828). - The French Painter JP Thénot (1803-1857) was the most famous drawing teacher in Paris at the beginning of the 19th century. His textbook "Les regles de la perspective " was also highly valued by Paul Cezanne, as evidenced by his recently discovered copy with numerous handwritten annotations by Cezanne.

    . Première édition anglaise. Jolie reliure pleine cuir verte de l'époque avec abondante décoration dorée sur le dos et les plats. Un peu frotté mais encore en bon état. Gardes marbrées. Il y a une inscription au prix de la Spitalfield School of Design de mai 1843 au papier final. Sur le deuxième papier de fin se trouve une grande inscription cadeau offrant le livre à un jeune garçon à l'occasion de son 12e anniversaire. Le reste du travail est en bon état, propre, avec un léger assombrissement / rousseur uniquement. Joli frontis gravé d'une vue en perspective de l'hôpital de Greenwich de l'autre côté de la Tamise. A 24 autres planches dépliantes montrant un total de 168 figures différentes démontrant des aspects de la perspective. 210 par 140 mm (8¼ par 5½ pouces). XIV, 152, XXIV. pp.

    Édition anglaise de "Essai de perspective pratique pour rectifier les compositions et dessiner d'après nature" (Paris 1828). - Le peintre français JP Thénot (1803-1857) était le plus célèbre professeur de dessin à Paris au début du 19e siècle. Son manuel « Les règles de la perspective » était également très apprécié par Paul Cézanne, comme en témoigne son exemplaire récemment découvert avec de nombreuses annotations manuscrites de Cézanne.

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    Book ID: 3822
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  • A Display of Heraldry: by GUILLIM, John
    GUILLIM, John
    A Display of Heraldry: Manifesting a more easie access for the Knowledge thereof than hath been hitherto published by any, through the benefit of Method; Whereunto it is now reduced by the study and Industry of John Guillim; Late Pursuivant at Arms. Bound with Analogia Honorum

    London: Printed by S. Roycroft for R. Blome, 1679. "The Fifth Edition, much enlarged with great variety of Bearings. To Which is added a Treatise of Honour, Military and Civil, According to the Laws and Customs of England, collected out of the most Authentick Authors, both Ancient and Modern by Capt. John Logan."
    A very nice copy - recently bound in quarter calf with burgundy label and marbled boards. Recent end papers. The rest of the book is original and complete. This is an ex library copy, but the stamps are not too disfiguring. A stamp and a couple of location records to the title page. Otherwise some small stamps to the verso of plates. A few of the…

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    London: Printed by S. Roycroft for R. Blome, 1679. "The Fifth Edition, much enlarged with great variety of Bearings. To Which is added a Treatise of Honour, Military and Civil, According to the Laws and Customs of England, collected out of the most Authentick Authors, both Ancient and Modern by Capt. John Logan."
    A very nice copy - recently bound in quarter calf with burgundy label and marbled boards. Recent end papers. The rest of the book is original and complete. This is an ex library copy, but the stamps are not too disfiguring. A stamp and a couple of location records to the title page. Otherwise some small stamps to the verso of plates. A few of the pages have minor nicking to the edges - but well away from the text. Slight browning to the pages. Overall though, a good clean copy, with nice clear and well pressed engravings in a flawless binding. The first part of the work (Guillim's) contains hundreds of examples of Arms throughout the text. The second part (the Analogia Honorum) contains two engraved dedications, 9 full page portraits and 105 engraved plates containing hundreds of Arms and honours. All uncoloured.
    [xiv], 1-317, [ix]. [ii], 3-181, [ix]. pp + plates and engraved portraits. 380 x 250mm (15 x 9¾ inches).

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    Book ID: 1859
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  • A Dissertation on the Antiquity and Use of Seals in England. by [LEWIS, Reverend John]
    [LEWIS, Reverend John]
    A Dissertation on the Antiquity and Use of Seals in England. Collected by **** 1736.

    London: William Mount and Thomas Page, 1740. Scarce first edition. In hard back neat burgundy coloured library cloth. Ex-library copy. With one full-page engraved plate showing seals, plus other engravings in text. Lovely deep impressions. [2],31,[1]pp. 255 x 195 mm (10 x 7¾ inches).
    Has expected library stamps, new endpapers. Tipped-in handwritten note to back of plate reads: This Tract is written by John Lewis author of the History of the Abbey of Faversham etc. Another small insert tipped-in to title page states: Purchased out of a donation of £250 given by George William Palmer Esq. to the Reading Free Public Library. One or two pages have been reinforced towards the spine edge. Light foxing, but overall in very good shape.

    Book ID: 2929
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  • A Doorway in Fairyland. by HOUSMAN, Laurence
    HOUSMAN, Laurence
    A Doorway in Fairyland.

    London: Jonathan Cape, 1922. First edition. Hardback in blue cloth with title and decorative mushrooms to front board. Cloth on spine is brown, otherwise in good shape. 220 pages. 205 x 140 mm (8 x 5½ inches).

    Book ID: 3797
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  • A Ghost Story of Christmas. Being a Christmas Carol by DICKENS, Charles
    DICKENS, Charles
    A Ghost Story of Christmas. Being a Christmas Carol

    New York / London: Caliban Press / Mark McMurray, 2017. A new edition of A Christmas Carol. The complete text from the first edition of 1843 with minor corrections. Contains: Marley's ghost; The first of the three spirits; The second of the three spirits; The last of the spirits; The end of it. Textual advisor: Robert DeGraaff. Images: Guy Berard, Greg Lago, Melissa Schulenberg and Gregory McMurray. Type: 12 point monotype Bell cast: Michael & Winifred Bixler in Skaneateles, New York. Plus numerous 19th century foundry and wood types. Printed entirely from metal and wood. Printed on a variety of handmade and mould-made papers, including Zekral Ingres and the ever ghostly handmade papers from La Papeterie St-Armand on the…

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    New York / London: Caliban Press / Mark McMurray, 2017. A new edition of A Christmas Carol. The complete text from the first edition of 1843 with minor corrections. Contains: Marley's ghost; The first of the three spirits; The second of the three spirits; The last of the spirits; The end of it. Textual advisor: Robert DeGraaff. Images: Guy Berard, Greg Lago, Melissa Schulenberg and Gregory McMurray. Type: 12 point monotype Bell cast: Michael & Winifred Bixler in Skaneateles, New York. Plus numerous 19th century foundry and wood types. Printed entirely from metal and wood. Printed on a variety of handmade and mould-made papers, including Zekral Ingres and the ever ghostly handmade papers from La Papeterie St-Armand on the banks of the Lachine Canal in Montreal. Sewn by Anastasia Osolin, Saranac Lake, New York. Red morocco leather spine, black ribbed flexible covers and slipcase. McMurray & Marley, printers. Colophon reads: Somewhere around 110 copies have been printed by your faithful friend & servant Mark McMurray, Canton, New York, Christmas, 2017. It seems there were actually 104 numbered and signed copies. Signed to colophon by Mark McMurray, this is copy 36 of 104. Errata slip laid in. All in fine condition. 107 pages: illustrations include collages, wood engravings and pochoirs. 270 x 200 mm (10¾ x 7¾ inches).

    In the detailed prospectus McMurray writes: We know the story, we know the characters, but the language of the text offers new rewards with each reading. This edition of Dickens' classic returns to the dark, sleep-deprived angst of the original complete text. Who among us has not experienced sleepless nights, peopled with regrets about past choices made and unmade; unwillingly recalling a thousand hurts bestowed and incurred: a lifetime of karmic wheels sent spinning off through Time.

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    Book ID: 4144
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  • A Guinness Sport Folio by [ANON]
    [ANON]
    A Guinness Sport Folio

    Guinness. Printed by John Waddington Ltd, 1952. As the slogan on the back cover says: There's nothing like a Guinness; except another! Softback colour promotional booklet, with the year divided in to various sporting activities by month. Undated, but circa 1952. First Edition. Designed for Guinness by S. H. Benson Limited. A few very small spots of foxing throughout, often barely visible. Otherwise very good. Illustrated throughout by Anthony Groves-Raines. 16 pages. 240 x 165 mm (9½ x 6½ inches).

    Book ID: 3005
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  • A Natural History of British Moths - 4 volumes. by MORRIS, The Reverend F. O.
    MORRIS, The Reverend F. O.
    A Natural History of British Moths - 4 volumes.

    London: John C. Nimmo, 1891. Four Volumes. Third Edition. Complete with 132 plates.Containing nearly two thousand specimens all coloured by hand. Original dark green decorated buckram. Slight fading / rubbing to the gilt. Handling to top and base of spine. Bump / crease to the front of Vol III (see images). Internally clean and tidy with slight foxing to the end papers. Morris is "best known by his works on natural history, which, although popular rather than scientific, had much literary value" (DNB). xvi, 253., iv, 180., iv, 233., iv, 5-322. pp. 260 x 160 mm (10¼ x 6¼ inches).

    Book ID: 2171
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  • A Newly Discovered Treatise on Classic Letter Design printed at Parma by Damianus Moyllus circa 1480 by MOYLLUS, Damianus
    MOYLLUS, Damianus
    A Newly Discovered Treatise on Classic Letter Design printed at Parma by Damianus Moyllus circa 1480 reproduced in Facsimile with an Introduction by Stanley Morison

    Paris: At the Sign of the Pegasus, 1927. First Edition. White spine with gilt titles. Blue/grey boards with gilt design. Internally clean and tidy throughout. An very nice copy. This edition of the Alphabet of Damianus Moyllus of Parma, consisting of 350 copies, of which 300 are for sale, all on Arches paper, with text in Poliphilus and Blado types has been printed by the Officina Bodoni, Montagnola Switzerland 1927. Unpaginated. 190 by 130mm (7½ by 5 inches).

    Book ID: 3432
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  • A Noisy Book! by THOMSON, Ross
    THOMSON, Ross
    A Noisy Book!

    Aylesbury: Abelard-Schuman Ltd, 1971. First edition. Hardback blue cloth boards, inside the original unclipped dust jacket. Pre-school book that's simple and funny. 32 unnumbered pages. 235 x 205 mm (9¼ x 8 inches).

    Book ID: 3659
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  • A Princess Comes to Our Town. by FYLEMAN, Rose
    FYLEMAN, Rose
    A Princess Comes to Our Town. With 12 illustrations by Gertrude Lindsay.

    London: Methuen & Co. Ltd, 1927. First edition. Gold blocked cloth case hardback binding. Lovely illustrations, including frontis. Boards have a little bumping and are slightly grubby / handled. Inside very clean. vii, 119 pp. 175 x 115 mm (7 x 4½ inches).

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    Book ID: 4195
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  • Attractive copy of these Pugin engravings
    A Series of Views Illustrative of Pugin's Examples of Gothic Architecture: by LEEDS, W.H. & NASH, Joseph
    LEEDS, W.H. & NASH, Joseph
    A Series of Views Illustrative of Pugin's Examples of Gothic Architecture: Sketched from nature and drawn on stone by Joseph Nash, pupil to Augustus Pugin. With letter-press descriptions by W.H. Leeds.

    London: A. Pugin at his office, 1830. First Edition. Original buckram boards with leather spine and gilt titles. A touch of rubbing to the boards and the spine edges, but still an attractive copy. Slight fading to the edges of the boards.
    Engraved title, title and a further 21 plates (so 22 plates including title), plus 20 pages of Leed's text. Some foxing /darkening to the plates. [iv], 20, [22] pp. 350 x 265 mm (13¾ x 10½ inches).

    Book ID: 2826
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  • A set of 12 Pharmaceutical advertising cards. by GABUTTI, R.
    GABUTTI, R.
    A set of 12 Pharmaceutical advertising cards.

    Paris: Laboratoires M. de Rive, 1950. A set of 12 advertising cards for various products from the de Rive laboratory. These are together as a leporello in a blue marbled hardback cover with cloth spine. The cards are bright and fresh, with product details in French to the verso of each card. Excellent condition. The boards, although clean and strong, have some fading to the spine. Dated from the style of the artwork. Raymond Gabutti (active 1937-1974) was primarily a film production designer, but also provided advertising artwork. Closed 165 by 125mm (6½ by 5 inches). fully opened is 140 cm x 12.5 cm Un ensemble de 12 cartes publicitaires pour divers produits du laboratoire de Rive. Ceux-ci sont…

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    Paris: Laboratoires M. de Rive, 1950. A set of 12 advertising cards for various products from the de Rive laboratory. These are together as a leporello in a blue marbled hardback cover with cloth spine. The cards are bright and fresh, with product details in French to the verso of each card. Excellent condition. The boards, although clean and strong, have some fading to the spine. Dated from the style of the artwork. Raymond Gabutti (active 1937-1974) was primarily a film production designer, but also provided advertising artwork. Closed 165 by 125mm (6½ by 5 inches). fully opened is 140 cm x 12.5 cm Un ensemble de 12 cartes publicitaires pour divers produits du laboratoire de Rive. Ceux-ci sont réunis sous forme de leporello dans une couverture cartonnée marbrée bleue avec un dos en tissu. Les cartes sont lumineuses et fraîches, avec des détails sur les produits en français au verso de chaque carte. Condition excellente. Les planches, bien que propres et solides, présentent une certaine décoloration au dos. Daté du style de l'oeuvre. Raymond Gabutti (actif de 1937 à 1974) était avant tout un concepteur de production cinématographique, mais a également fourni des illustrations publicitaires. Fermé 165 xr 125mm. Entièrement ouvert est de 140 cm x 12,5 cm

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    Book ID: 3446
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  • KIPLING, Rudyard
    A Song of the English Illustrated by W. Heath Robinson

    London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1909. A nice copy of this edition, with Heath Robinson's illustrations. 12 full page colour plates, Clean blue cloth with gilt titles & illustrations. There seem to be two variant bindings of the ordinary edition. This one, and another with a different gilt illustration and titles to the front board. This seems to be a cheaper edition, with 12, rather than 30 tipped in plates. A little rubbing to the boards. Very slight cracking to the rear hinge. Internally clean and tidy with a touch of foxing only. Two gift inscriptions - one 1913 and one 1921. Overall a very nice copy. Unpaginated. 205 by 155mm (8 by 6 inches).

    Book ID: 3499
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  • A Tolkien Bestiary. by Day, David
    Day, David
    A Tolkien Bestiary.

    London: Mitchell Beazley Publishers Limited, 1979. First Edition. In original unclipped colour illustrated dust jacket. Here, David day lucidly has identified, analysed and described 129 separate imaginary beasts from J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy worlds. Cream cloth covered boards in good clean state. Dust jacket clean, but has closed tear to spine. There is no loss, and now the book is under a clear protective cover it is almost imperceptible. Book inside is clean and full of colour and b/w illustrations and explanatory text. 287 pages. 285 x 215 mm (11¼ x 8½ inches).

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    Book ID: 4024
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  • A Treatise on Diamonds and Pearls, by JEFFRIES, David
    JEFFRIES, David
    A Treatise on Diamonds and Pearls, In Which Their Importance Is Considered: And Plain Rules Are Exhibited for Ascertaining the Value of Both; And the True Method of Manufacturing Diamonds.

    London: W. L. Molyneux, 1871. Fourth edition (first 1750) in blue cloth hardback. Gilt decoration to front board and gilt title to spine. Boards bumped, and faded to spine edge. Spine has a horizontal split in the centre of the cloth. Ex Libris to front pastedown. Old newspaper clipping to the front free endpaper. This has transferred toning to the title page. Otherwise very clean and tidy inside. Pagination: xxiii, 96, 30 (tables). 180 x 110 mm (7 x 4¼ inches).
    Famous handbook for jewellers and antique dealers, or those with gemology collections.

    Book ID: 2960
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  • A Vanished World. by VISHNIAC, Roman
    VISHNIAC, Roman
    A Vanished World.

    London: Allen Lane, 1984. Second printing of this fascinating photo-book. In hardback in brown boards, under original unclipped dust jacket. Foreword by Elie Wiesel, himself a Jewish prisoner in the Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps. This book is illustrated with a comprehensive selection (180) of Vishniac's celebrated photographs of the Jews of Eastern Europe in the lead up to World War Two. Many of the photos are are full-page. The images were taken secretly, under difficult circumstances, between 1934 and 1939, and the negatives smuggled out sewn in to clothing etc. It is not an over statement to say that these photographs remain important to preserve for posterity unforgettable images of pre-war Jewish life. Unpaginated [96 pages]. 315 x 315 mm

    Book ID: 3618
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  • Beautiful copy of the illustrated edition
    A Window in Thrums. by BARRIE. J.M.
    BARRIE. J.M.
    A Window in Thrums.

    London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1892. First edition. Illustrated with 18 etchings by William Hole. Limited edition. This copy is 450/550. By the creator of Peter Pan. Original blue cloth with gilt titles. Very nice clean copy with almost no bumping or edgewear. Internally spotless, with a foxing to the end papers only. xiv, 217 pp. 270 x 190 mm (10¾ x 7½ inches).

    This copy was owned by Mrs Van der Poorten Schwartz - the wife of Dutch author Maarten Maartens. Almost certainly given to her by William Robertson Nicoll, who wrote anecdotes of 19th Century Literary history with T.J. Wise, and edited 'The Expositor' for Hodder & Stoughton.

    Book ID: 2380
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