Stuttgart, Louis Renner, . With the ownership signature of Lucien Parent. Numerous plates, including two colour folding diagrams. Loosely inserted is a slightly creased Renner business card.
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Sydney, The Union, 1946. Inscribed and signed by Joseph Archibald Cranwell (1889-1965), then Chairman of the A.E.U. (see pp 3-4 and Index for numerous references, or perhaps the 'Australian Dictionary of Biography').
[Sydney, Wrigley's, 1936]. Signed on the front cover by Don Bradman and Len Darling (who has also signed below his portrait near the centre of the booklet); Bill O'Reilly has signed the inside rear cover.
Adelaide, B.O.B.S., 1930. The Programme/ Menu is signed on the rear cover by some 35 local business identities.
Iowa City, University of Iowa, 1966. With the ownership signature of Professor Colin Horne. Philological Quarterly Volume 45, Number 1.
Sydney, The Legend Press, 1963. Signed by the artist on the front dustwrapper fold-over; loosely inserted is an invitation to a contemporary one-man exhibition at the Artlovers Gallery, Artarmon.
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.
Broadway, Music Now, 1969. This is one of the 100 copies 'personally autographed by Australian composers, Richard Meale, Peter Sculthorpe, Nigel Butterley and George Dreyfus', as advertised for sale on the title page of this first issue. The signatures are in ink on or near the respective portraits. The Quarterly...
[Taipei, Taipei Crossover Dance Company], 2010. Inscribed, dated (7 August 2011) and signed by Xiao Xio Ag Zhang to Russell Starke. With over 120 full page photographic illustrations.
New York, Tennant and Ward, 1908. From the personal collection of the photographer John Kauffmann, with his signature in ink on the front cover.
New York, Tennant and Ward, 1905. From the personal collection of the photographer John Kauffmann, with his signature in ink on the front cover.
[Varese, The Artist, 1994]. With a chatty inscription and signature from the artist. Not stated as such, but ex- Kym Bonython.
Melbourne, F.W. Cheshire for the Australian National University, 1952. From the collection of Australian biochemist Hedley Marston FAA, FRS (1900-1965), with a loosely inserted collection of approximately 35 leaves of notes in his hand, apparently revisions.
London, Thames and Hudson, 1966 (first English edition). With the ownership signatures of T.G.H. Strehlow, and inscribed 'University of Adelaide, 4 March 1969'.
[Adelaide, 2/10th Battalion Association, 1958]. The author was also Chairman of the 2/10th Battalion AIF History Committee; his signature (E.F. Allchin) appears at the end of the acknowledgements section (page ix). Fellow-committeeman Hec Ellis, who contributed the chapter on sport, has also signed this page (appending the date 6 May 1958).
Sydney, Ronald G. McDonald, 1935. The title page is inscribed 'From the 3rd to the 39th with best wishes, very sincerely yours, Eric Wren'. Captain Wren was an original member of the battalion who 'lost his right arm as the result of injuries received at the battle of Pozieres .....
Hobart, John Vail, Government Printer, for the 40th Battalion Association, 1922. The front flyleaf is inscribed and signed by the author to Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Thomas Paterson, Commanding Officer of the 39th Battalion, and the author of that battalion's history. 'Dear Colonel Paterson, I would be honored by your acceptance of...
Perth, Colortype Press, 1921. In the bottom left-hand corner of the frontispiece portrait of Captain Longmore, he has written in ink 'With compliments from C. Longmore 12.1.22'. The book is not identified as such, but it comes from the personal collection of Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Thomas Paterson (1886-1950), Commanding Officer of...
Kent Town, Wakefield Press, 1995; Kent Town, Australians for Constitutional Monarchy and Wakefield Press, 1997; and Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 2009. All three volumes are inscribed and signed by the author (the 28th Prime Minister of Australia, from 18 September 2013 to 15 September 2015) to his editor and friend...
Algonac, Reference Publications, 1988. Inscribed and signed by the author to Honor Maude, anthropologist and string-figure authority, 'in gratitude for her help'. Number Two in The Folk Games Series.
Fitzroy, Five Mile Press, 1982. Signed, inscribed and with a (signed and dated) sketch by Jack Absalom.
Richmond, Greenhouse, 1988. Warmly inscribed and signed by the artist on the half-title. Loosely inserted is a fulsome thank you note, also inscribed and signed by the artist.
London, Chatto and Windus, 1998 (third printing)/ 1998. Signed by the author on the title page.
London, John Hogg, [1888, first edition]. Australian legal and medical provenance; gift inscription to Helen Mayo from 'Father and Mother, 1st October 1890', and further inscribed 'the scroll of History is the curtain that hides the future'; a later hand has added in pencil 'reveals' above 'hides'. Dr Helen Mayo.
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1983. Inscribed, signed and dated (8 May 1986) by the author to John Bray, South Australian Chief Justice and poet.