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The Visitor's Guide To The Town and Neighbourhood of Great Yarmouth.

By: GREAT YARMOUTH.

Price: £110.00

Publisher: Great Yarmouth, Cooper 1853.:

Seller ID: 8489

Condition: First Edition, original blue cloth gilt. Small 8vo [binding c.18 x 11 cms], c.pp108, neat booklabel on endpaper, very slight wear, but a very good copy of a fragile little book. With a folding map + 6 plates.


The Union Jack : Its History & Development. Second Edition, with additions.

By: GREEN, Emanuel.

Price: £75.00

Publisher: London, Harrison; and Bath, Gregory 1903:

Seller ID: 7786

Condition: Blue cloth lettered in gilt. C.pp34 t.e.g., others uncut, handsome armorial bookplate of Astley Gerry, excellent copy. With 3 coloured plates showing 12 flags.


Sixe Idillia 1588 : poems or eclogues by Theocritus translated into English verse. Intro by S. Gaselee.

By: GRIBBLE, Vivien : Stanley Morison : Theocritus.

Price: £85.00

Publisher: Duckworth 1922.:

Seller ID: 4516

Condition: Ruari McLean Copy.* Quarter buckram gilt, illustrated boards, and with dws printed with text & illustration. Slim folio, c.pp60 uncut, endpapers darkened as always, some wear to edge of lower board at two places. With numerous woodcut illustrations & decorations by Vivien Gribble.


Children's Toys Of Bygone Days. A history of playthings of all peoples from prehistoric times to the 19th Century. By Karl Grober : English version by Philip Hereford.

By: GROBER, Karl : Philip Hereford.

Price: £110.00

Publisher: Batsford 1928:

Seller ID: 7815

Condition: Orange cloth gilt. Folio, very slight crease to title-page, an excellent bright fresh copy. ** Comprises c.pp76 text + 176pp b&w illustrations on plate paper + 12 colour plates.


Ferns

By: GROUNDS, Roger.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: Pelham Books 1974.:

Seller ID: 9480

Condition: First Edition, green buckram gilt, with slightly worn illustrated dustwrappers. Small 4to [binding c.22.5 x 18 cms], pp264, small attractive modern booklabel on front pastedown [mainly hidden behind dustwrapper flap], a very good copy. Includes 61 illustrations in the text : and with 16pp colour plates showing 22 subjects.


The English In America.

By: HALIBURTON, T. C.

Price: £175.00

Publisher: Colburn 1851.:

Seller ID: 1081

Condition: First English Edition, First Issue, 2 vols uncut, green cloth gilt. Spines typically faded, couple of tiny pin pricks in upper joint of Vol 2, a few other slight marks to the bindings. Occasional slight dustiness of text and Vol 1 without front free endpaper, but overall an excellent copy. Both volumes are attractively signed by Eliza J. Webley-Parry Jan 1853.


An Innocent Grows Up.

By: HANCOCK, Norman : John Piper.

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Dent 1947:

Seller ID: 9037

Condition: First Edition, gilt cloth & colour illustrated dws. C.pp190, two small and very neat signatures on corner of endpaper, also neat little endpaper booklabel, a fine bright copy. The dws with colour lithograph by John Piper : this is repeated within as a double-spread frontispiece.


How To Repel Invasion. The Rural Police of England an auxiliary to Rifle Corps, in Two Letters to Arthur Kinglake Esq., Justice of the Peace for Somerset, by Edward Hardy, R.N., Inspecting Commander, Coast Guard, Bristol Channel. Second Edition.

By: HARDY, Edward.

Price: £110.00

Publisher: London, Robert Hardwicke [1859].:

Seller ID: 1083

Condition: Second Edition, c.pp20, very good in modern wrappers.


Victorian Novelists & Their Illustrators.

By: HARVEY, John.

Price: £22.50

Publisher: Sidgwick & Jackson 1970:

Seller ID: 9073

Condition: First Edition, gilt cloth boards and illustrated dws. Roy.8vo, c.pp252, dws slightly dulled and plain rear panel of dws lightly spotted, else an excellent bright copy. Includes 76 illustrations in the text, some full-page.


Characteristics : in the manner of Rochefoucault's Maxims. Second Edition. Introductory remarks by [R. H. Horne] the editor of The Monthly Repository.

By: HAZLITT, William : Rochefoucault.

Price: £80.00

Publisher: Templeman 1837.:

Seller ID: 5463

Condition: Variant Issue : Publisher's Escaped Copy.* 2nd Edition : and First Horne Edition, green cloth gilt. C.pp158 uncut, couple of slight marks, excellent bright copy.


Four Generations Of A Literary Family 1725-1896. The Hazlitts in England, Ireland & America : their friends & their fortunes. By W. Carew Hazlitt. With portraits reproduced from miniatures by John Hazlitt.

By: HAZLITT, William : W. Carew Hazlitt : John Hazlitt.

Price: £110.00

Publisher: Redway 1897:

Seller ID: 6071

Condition: First Edition, 2 vols, green cloth gilt. Roy.8vos uncut, Vol 1 foot of front cover faded from removal of a label, else an excellent set, and internally unusually bright & fresh. With 5 plates.


Select Beauties Of Ancient English Poetry : with remarks.

By: HEADLEY, Henry : Dr Johnson.

Price: £250.00

Publisher: Cadell 1787:

Seller ID: 4026

Condition: First Edition, 2 vols, contemporary calf gilt, double morocco labels. Engraved vignette titles : with half-titles : and Errata leaf. Some scattered foxing [generally light], attractive Signet Library copy.


British Botanical & Horticultural Literature before 1800. Comprising a history & bibliography of botanical & horticultural books printed in England, Scotland & Ireland from the earliest times until 1800.

By: HENREY, Blanche.

Price: £85.00

Publisher: Oxford University Press 1975.:

Seller ID: 9448

Condition: First Edition, 3 Vols, small folios [bindings c.28 x 19 cms], original grey cloth lettered in gilt, neat modern booklabel on front pastedowns. Total c.1235pp, and with 32 colour plates and 162 other illustrations. Gilt cloth just slightly marked, else a very good set.


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Select Poems from The Hesperides. Occasional remarks by J. Nott.

By: HERRICK, Robert : J. Nott.

Price: £155.00

Publisher: Bristol, Gutch [1810]:

Seller ID: 2185

Condition: First Nott Edition, half calf & Continental-style marbled boards. Engraved portrait lightly foxed. Elegant 19th century bookplate on endpaper. Blank prelim with contemporary inscription 'Dora G. Richards from E.J.B.' and a full-page appreciation of Herrick quoted from Hartley Coleridge. Binding lightly rubbed & worn, but a very good copy. With half-title & final Errata leaf.


The Poetical Sketch-Book : including a 3rd Edition of Australia [revised].

By: HERVEY, Thomas K. : Australia : New Zealand.

Price: £125.00

Seller ID: 5575

Condition: * Association Copy. * First Edition, publisher's original cloth & paper label. C.pp300 uncut, slight wear, paper label rubbed & backstrip darkened, very good.


The Amateur's Flower Garden. A handy guide to the formation and management of the flower garden and the cultivation of garden flowers. New Edition : revised by T. W. Sanders.

By: HIBBERD, Shirley.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: London, Collingridge 1897.:

Seller ID: 9478

Condition: Green cloth lettered in gilt and illustrated in yellow and blue. Thick 8vo [binding c.18.5 x 12 cms], pp.viii, 348 + [8] advts, some light scattered foxing, binding bit dulled, a good stout copy. With folding coloured frontispiece and many other illustrations in the text, some full-page.


The Artist & The Book In Western Europe and the United States 1860 - 1960. Introduction by Philip Hofer : Catalogue by Eleanor M. Garvey.

By: HOFER, Philip : Eleanor Garvey.

Price: £60.00

Publisher: Boston, Museum of Fine Arts; Harvard College Library 1961:

Seller ID: 8892

Condition: First Edition, white cloth gilt & striking colour illustrated dws. Folio, c.pp232, couple of chips or tears to dws neatly repaired, else an excellent copy. Profusely illustrated throughout, some in colour.


The Dream Of Eugene Aram, the murderer. [A Poem] With designs by W. Harvey engraved on wood by Branston & Wright. [With an Explanatory Preface by Hood : and the text of The Defence Of Eugene Aram].

By: HOOD, Thomas.

Price: £75.00

Publisher: Charles Tilt 1831:

Seller ID: 9078

Condition: First Separate Edition, later quarter scarlet calf gilt over scarlet cloth sides. Sm.8vo, c.pp32 with vignette title and final vignette. And with 6 full-page plates [just lightly age-dusty around the margins]. Binding merest trifle scuffed, an excellent copy.


Image for The British Flora : comprising the phaenogamous or flowering plants, and the ferns. The Second Edition, with additions and corrections.

The British Flora : comprising the phaenogamous or flowering plants, and the ferns. The Second Edition, with additions and corrections.

By: HOOKER, William Jackson.

Price: £110.00

Publisher: London, Longman, Rees &c 1831.:

Seller ID: 9512

Condition: 2nd Edition, attractive modern calf spine with blue morocco label, over contemporary marbled paper boards and calf-tipped corners. Tall 12mo [binding c. 20.5 x 12 cms], pp.xii, 479, front paste-down with small and very attractive modern woodcut booklabel of a seated classical female figure playing a lute [very much in the style of Vivien Gribble]. Corners and edges of boards a little rubbed or scuffed, blank lower corners of 2 leaves of index nipped away, else a very good copy.


Image for Ecole De Cavalerie : contenant la connoissance, l'instruction et la conservation du cheval. Par M. de la Gueriniere, Ecuyer du Roi.

Ecole De Cavalerie : contenant la connoissance, l'instruction et la conservation du cheval. Par M. de la Gueriniere, Ecuyer du Roi.

By: HORSEMANSHIP : La Gueriniere.

Price: £900.00

Publisher: Paris, par La Compagnie 1769.:

Seller ID: 7141

Condition: 2 Vols [19.5 x 12 cms], mid 19thC[?] hard-grain calf/morocco gilt in very elegant Regency style, a.e.g. With portrait + 3 large folding plates [linen-backed] + 30 other plates, total c.pp638. Endpaper with simple 18thC armorial bookplate of Sir Henry Hunloke of Wingerworth, Derbyshire, and a small calligraphic modern booklabel. Text & engravings exceptionally clean & crisp, a very fine copy in a handsome Regency-style binding.