PHILIP, Neil

PHILIP, Neil. Myths & Legends

London, Dorling Kindersley, 1999.

£50

Folio. 128 p., richly illustrated in colour. Hardback, publisher’s binding and original dust jacket. A fine copy.

ARDAGH, John

ARDAGH, John. Rural France. The People, Places and Character of the Frenchman’s France

Salem, Salem House, 1984.

£30

Folio. 224 p., richly illustrated with facsimile photographs. Buckram over boards and gilt title to spine and front cover. With original dust jacket. A near fine copy.

HAMMACHER, A. M.

HAMMACHER, A. M.. Vincent Van Gogh (The Colour Library of Art)

London, Paul Hamlyn, 1967.

  £15                  

4to. 39 p., 48 colour plates. Inscribed with dedication on recto of front free endpaper. blue buckram over boards, gilt title to front cover and spine. Original dust jacket in good condition. A very good copy.

MOORE, John Robert

MOORE, John Robert. A Checklist of the Writings of Daniel Defoe

Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1962.

£20

8vo. 18, 254 p., in paper wrappers. Light scratches, creases and discolouring to wrappers due to age and use, as normal. A very good copy.

BUCHTHAL, Hugo

BUCHTHAL, Hugo. Miniature Painting in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, with Liturgical and Palaeographical Chapters by Francis Wormald

Oxford, At the Clarendon Press (published in cooperation with the Warburg Institute), 1957.

£200

Folio. xxxiv, 163 p., with 155 final plates with b&w facsimile illustrations. Blue buckram over boards, gilt title to spine. A few very light scratches to covers, a small water stain on upper board. A fine copy.

AUDUBON, John James

AUDUBON, John James. The Birds of America. With an Introduction and Descriptive Text by William Vogt

London, Macmillan, 1937.

£185

Folio. xxvi p., 500 full-page colour facsimiles. With frontispiece portrait. Bound in green buckram, gilt-stamped vignettes and titles to front cover and spine. A fine copy of this facsimile reproduction of Audubon’s masterpiece on the birds of Northern America.

SPARE, Austin Osman

SPARE, Austin Osman. From the Inferno to Zos: the Writing and Images (Vol. 1 only, of 3)

Seattle, First Impressions, 1993.

£150

Folio (trade hard cover edition). “From the Inferno to the Zos”: (16), 30 p.; blank leaf; “A Book of Satyrs”: (32) p.; blank leaf; “The Book of Pleasure”: (4), 59, (1) p.; frontispiece; “The Focus of Life”: (8), 44, (2) p.; blank leaf;  “Anathema of Zos”: 21 (1) p.; “Automatic Drawing…”: (68) p.; “A Bibliography…”: (16) p.; “Exhibition Catalogues”: (18) p.; “Exhibition of Paintings”: (6) p.; ” Catalogue of…”: (2) p.; “Miscellany”: (6) p.. Gilt-stamped motives and title to front cover and spine. A fine copy.

HOOPER & BENNETT

HOOPER, Nicholas, and Matthew BENNETT. Warfare in the Middle Ages 768- 1487 (Cambridge Illustrated Atlas)

London, Cambridge University Press, 1996.

£45

Folio. 192 p., richly illustrated with mainly colour images. Blue paper over boards, gilt title to spine. Original illustrated dust jacket. A fine copy.

DUCHESS DEVONSHIRE

THE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE. Treasures of Chatsworth. A Private View

London, Constable, 1991.

£58

4to. 239 p., richly illustrated with colour photographs. Signed in blue pen on title-page by the author. Dark blue paper over boards, silver title to spine. Original dust jacket. A fine copy.

SAWYER & HARVEY DARTON

SAWYER, Charles J., and F. J. HARVEY DARTON. English Books 1475-1900. A Signpost for Collectors

London, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1927.

£150

8vo. 2 vols. Vol. 1 (“Caxton to Johnson”): xvi, 367 (1) p., with frontispiece and tissue guard; vol. 2 (“Gray to Kipling”) viii, 423 p.. With 100 illustration (one fold-out), including frontispiece of first volume. Both vols with half-title and title in red and black. Red buckram over boards, blind-ruled covers with double-fillet border. gilt title to spines. Deckled edges. A fine copy.