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In Search of Lost Time... Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff and Terence Kilmartin
Octavo, six volumes. Decorated cloth; a fine set with the two decorated slipcases in excellent condition.
The Cretan Runner. His Story of the German Occupation
Small quarto; quarter cloth and colour pictorial papered boards; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
Translated from the Greek and introduced by Patrick Leigh Fermor. Annotated by Fermor and Xan Fielding.
The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham
Quarto; gilt-decorated cloth; spine lightly sunned; an excellent copy in the fine slipcase.
Clarissa, or the History of a Young Lady Comprehending the most Important Concerns of Private Life and Particularly Showing the Distresses that may Attend the Misconducts both of Parents and Children in Relation to Marriage. Edited with notes by Angus Wilson. Illustrated by Simon Brett
Quarto, two volumes; quarter cloth and patterned silk; pencilled ownership details; a fine set in the slightly marked and flecked slipcase.
The Wooden World. An Anatomy of the Georgian Navy
Quarto; gilt and black pictorial cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
Corrected from the first edition; the author's Foreword is unique to this edition.
Gods, Graves and Scholars. The Story of Archaeology
Quarto; decorated cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
Introduction by John Romer.
Octavo; red and yellow-decorated navy blue cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
Illustrations by Anna Bhushan. Introduction by the author (dated 2006).
William Russell. Special Correspondent of The Times. Edited by Roger Hudson
Quarto; gilt- and black-pictorial cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
With an introduction by Max Hastings.
In Your Garden, and In Your Garden Again
Octavo; pictorial cloth; a fine copy with the fine slipcase.
Introduction by Victoria Glendinning.
Blessington-d'Orsay. A Masquerade. Introduction by Joanna Richardson
Quarter cloth and decorated papered boards; a fine copy with the slipcase.
Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man. [Together with] Memoirs of an Infantry Officer [and] Sherston's Progress
Octavo, three volumes; colour pictorial cloth lightly sunned on the spines; scattered light foxing to one volume; an excellent set in the slightly rubbed and sunned slipcases.
The complete Sherston Trilogy with illustrations by Lynton Lamb (the first two volumes) and John Lawrence ('Sherston's Progress').
The Complete Memoirs of George Sherston
Octavo, three volumes; colour pictorial cloth; an excellent set in the fine slipcase.
The set comprises Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man, Memoirs of an Infantry Officer and Sherston's Progress. Drawings by John Lawrence.
Citizens. A Chronicle of the French Revolution
Small quarto, two volumes; quarter coth and crushed-silk bumped at the head of the spine; an excellent set in the slightly creased colour pictorial paper-covered slipcase.
With the loosely inserted prospectus.
Enigma. The Battle for the Code
Octavo; coloured decorated cloth; a fine copy in the slightly flecked slipcase.
Illustrated with contemporary photographs, this edition follows the 2001 revised edition, with minor emendations.
The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra. [Together with] Coriolanus, Cymbeline, The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark, King Henry VI Part One, King Henry VI Part Two, King Henry VI Part Three, The Life and Death of Prince John, The Tragedy of King Lear, The Tragedy of Macbeth, Julius Caesar, The Merchant of Venice, Othello, Pericles Prince of Tyre, King Richard II, King Richard III, The Tempest, Timon of Athens, Titus Andronicus, Troilus and Cressida [and] The Two Gentlemen of Verona [21 volumes]
Quarto; black and gilt decorated cloth; one spine a little sunned; a few very small internal marks; essentially a fine set with the slipcases slightly rubbed and with a few small splits and bumps.
21 of the 37 volumes published in this series.
An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. Volume 1. [Together with]: ... Volume 2 [and] ... Volume 3
Quarto, three volumes; gilt and brown-decorated cloth; a mint set in the mint slipcase.
Introduction by John Kenneth Galbraith.
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Illustrations by Beryl Cook
Quarto; decorated cloth; an excellent copy.
My Life in Art
Octavo; colour decorated cloth; a fine copy with the fine slipcase.
Introduction by Simon Callow.
Hours in a Library
Three volumes, octavo; gilt-decorated cloth; an excellent set in the fine slipcase.
Quarto; gilt-decorated cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
Illustrations by N.C. Wyeth.
Myths and Legends of the Ancient Near East. Illustrated by Jane Ray
Quarto; quarter morocco and colour pictorial cloth; a fine copy in the very good slipcase a little flecked and one corner slightly bumped.
Cloth a little rubbed and sunned on the spine; endpapers lightly offset; a very good copy.
Colour plates by John Leech.
Ask Mamma. [Together with]: Jorrocks' Jaunts and Jollities; Handley Cross; Hillingdon Hall; Mr Sponge's Sporting Tour; Plain or Ringlets; Mr Facey Romford's Hounds [and] Young Tom Hall
Octavo; gilt decorated full red calf; a fine set with the slipcases slightly bumped, worn and torn with slight loss.
Eight of the nine Surtees novels, lacking only Hawbuck Grange .
The History of the Peloponnesian War. Translated by Benjamin JOWETT. Edited and annotated by Chris SCARRE. With maps and a geographical concordance by Andrew HERITAGE and P.J.M. GEELAN
Quarto; quarter gilt-decorated leather and pictorial cloth; a fine copy in the slightly scuffed gilt-decorated slipcase.
The Collected Stories ... Translated by Aylmer and Louise Maude
Quarto, three volumes; gilt and black pictorial cloth; a fine set in the fine matching slipcase.
Introduction by John Sutherland. Illustrations by Roman Pisarev.
War and Peace. Translated and with an introduction by Rosemary Edmonds
Octavo, two volumes; quarter contrasting cloth; a rear corner a little bumped; an excellent set in the colour pictorial slipcase (bumped and slightly scuffed).
Illustrations and covers by Feliks Topolski.
Peregrinations of a Pariah
Pictorial cloth; a fine copy with the lightly marked slipcase.
Translated by Charles de Salis.
Pictorial cloth; a fine copy with the very slightly marked and rubbed slipcase.
On the Eve
Large octavo; black and gilt-decorated cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
Translated from the Russian by Gilbert Gardiner. Introduction by Hisham Matar. Illustrations by Lauren Nassaf.
The Gentleman's Daughter. Women's Lives in Georgian England
Octavo; cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
The minor emendations and author's Preface are new to this edition.
Large octavo; decorated papered boards; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
Edited and translated by Michael Howard and Peter Paret, with a commentary by Bernard Brodie and introductory essays by same.
Songs of the Wandering Scholars. Edited and with a preface by Dame Felicitas Corrigan
Decorated cloth; a fine copy in the excellent slipcase.
The English Civil War. [Comprising]: The King's Peace, 1637-1641; The King's War, 1641-1647 [and] The Trial of Charles I
Large octavo, three volumes; pictorial cloth; a fine set in the slightly bumped slipcase.
Introduction by Richard Ollard.
The Time Machine, and The Island of Doctor Moreau. [Together with]: The Invisible Man [and] The War of the Worlds
Octavo, three volumes; decorated cloth; a fine set with the fine slipcase.
Introduction by Michael Moorcock, Brian Applyard and Ian Sinclair, Illustrations by Grahame Baker.
The Once and Future King
Octavo; pictorial cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
The Introduction by Kevin Crossley-Holland, and the Illustrations by John Lawrence, are unique to this edition.
Quarto; quarter leather and decorative cloth; a fine copy.
Edited and introduced by Nicholas Roe, with illustrations by Peter Reddick.
The Persian Expedition
Small quarto; black-pictorial cloth; a fine copy in the fine slipcase.
Illustrations by Bob Venables, Introduction by George Cawkwell, Preface (unique to this edition) by Theodore K. Rabb and the Translation by Rex Warner.
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Fern Growing. Fifty Years' Experience in Crossing and Cultivation. With a List of the Most Important Varieties and a History of the Discovery of...
The Gawler Handbook. A Record of the Rise and Progress of that important Town; to which are added Memoirs of McKinlay the Explorer and Dr Nott
The Plant Introductions of Reginald Farrer