London, The British Library, 1975.
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Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1972 to 1982. The first ten volumes of this important annual publication.
Measham, Midland Counties Publications, 1974. The Beagle is a British light aircraft manufacturer, similar to Miles or Auster.
London, Houlston and Stoneman, 1855 and 1856.
London, Spink & Son, 2002 (updated and revised)/ 1984. Standard Catalogue of British Coins.
Rouen, The Editors, September 1917. Melbourne-born William Farrow described himself as a 'Black & White Artist' on his enlistment form in March 1916. He was in the 3rd Division Cyclists' Corps, before transferring to the 2nd Battalion and going to France in September 1916. His service records indicate that for...
Oxford, Oxford Universtiy Press, 1992 (first edition). With the bookplate of Grattan Wheaton [OAM] in each volume, and his inscribed date of purchase.
Iowa City, University of Iowa, 1966. With the ownership signature of Professor Colin Horne. Philological Quarterly Volume 45, Number 1.
London, Eastern Associated Telegraph Companies, 1922. The figure 4352 stamped on the first blank page suggests a numbered (albeit clearly not a limited) edition.
London, Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode, printers to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1911 (first edition). Not stated as such, but from the collection of the Downer family.
London, Marlborough Fine Art Ltd, 1968. Catalogue Number 241. Loosely inserted is a slightly creased Marlborough compliments slip.
London, Chatto and Windus, 1908.
London and New York, Marlborough Fine Art Ltd, 1974, 1971 and 1969. Catalogue Numbers 340, 282, 260.
[London], British Medical Association, c.1954]. The Roll of Honour totals 8 pages. The monument (four figures of Sacrifice, Cure, Prevention and Aspiration surrounding a fountain), designed by James Woodford, is depicted across 9 pages of plates.
London, Marlborough Fine Art (London) Ltd, 1972. Catalogue Number 257. Includes eight pages of full colour illustrations.
London, Arms and Armour Press, 1973 and 1974 [both first thus]. Army Lists, Artillery, Flags, Flogging and Military War-Cries.
London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1935. With the ownership signature of a Lieutenant Colonel in the NZ Army. 110 plates (several folding) and numerous tables.
Pinner, Private Libraries Association, 2007. With the pictorial bookplate, designed by Katharine Stafford, of G.A.Stafford.
London, Hudson & Kearns and George Newnes, 1895 to 1898.
London, B.H. Blackwell, 1919. Includes 'The Priest's Tale', a very early story by Dorothy L. SAYERS; as well as 'the Master-Printer's Tale' from the publisher, Basil BLACKWELL.
Sydney, Government Printer, 1862. The despatches, from the Duke of Newcastle, the incumbent Secretary of State for the Colonies, concern whether 'the northern part of Australia should be formed into a new Colony, or that a portion of the territory in question should be annexed to Queensland'. Newcastle's recommendation was...
London, Newman, Graham & Co., [circa 1905 (first edition thus)]. Lengthy biographical sketches are accompanied by fine portraits, with many of the latter by Elliott & Fry. Other photographers noted include Messrs. Bassano, C.E. Fry & Son, Langfier Limited, Russell & Sons, Lafayette Limited, and A.C. Hoskins. The contents of.....
Covent Garden, H.G. Clarke and Co., [circa 1870s]. 'In the 1870s H.G. Clarke sold ... a paper panorama of the Lord Mayor's Show, complete with instructions on how to construct your own toy panorama proscenium for performance. Panoramas of the Lord Mayor's Show, crudely printed and often hand-coloured, were sold.....
London, Monumental Brass Society, 1969-1984.
London, Punch, 1841 to 1853. Attention all 'Flashman' fans! George Macdonald Fraser (1925-2008) 'rightly prided himself on his command of 19th-century trivia and slang, often drawn from contemporary issues of "Punch"' (from his obituary in 'The Telegraph', 3 January 2008). The first Flashman book is set between 1839 and 1842...