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Coins Of The Romans relating to Britain described & illustrated.

By: AKERMAN, John Yonge.

Price: £125.00

Publisher: John Russell Smith 1844.:

Seller ID: 7299

Condition: Second Edition, gilt cloth. Tall 8vo, c.pp182 uncut + final advt leaf + 8pp Smith advts. With 8 plates [lightly darkened around margins] + 9 text vignettes.


Uniformen, Distinktions- und sonstige Abzeichen der gesammten k. u. k. osterr.-ung Wehrmacht sowie Orden und Ehrenzeichen Osterreich-Ungarns. Dritte Auflage.

By: AUSTRIAN ARMY UNIFORMS.

Price: £115.00

Publisher: Troppau, Aug. Strasilla; Leipzig, Moritz Ruhl [1891]:

Seller ID: 9187

Condition: Third Edition. Pp[viii] + 62 Text + printed rear card wrapper + unfolding Panorama of 26 colour plates of uniforms, badges, medals &c. Very neatly re-bound into blue cloth, with the original printed front card wrapper mounted on the cloth boards.


Image for Arguments In Favour of the practicability of relieving the able-bodied poor by finding employment for them; and of the beneficial consequences of such employment both to the morals of the poor & the national wealth. Addressed to the Committee on the Poor Laws. By Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges Maidstone [MP & literary editor].

Arguments In Favour of the practicability of relieving the able-bodied poor by finding employment for them; and of the beneficial consequences of such employment both to the morals of the poor & the national wealth. Addressed to the Committee on the Poor Laws. By Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges Maidstone [MP & literary editor].

By: BRYDGES, Sir Samuel Egerton.

Price: £40.00

Publisher: [The Pamphleteer Vol 11 No 21, 1817].:

Seller ID: 1030

Condition: Disbound from The Pamphleteer, c.30pp, clean & crisp.


Caffyns Ltd : Motorists [sic] Maps of England & Wales.

By: CAFFYNS Ltd.

Price: £45.00

Publisher: No publisher, no date [c. 1930].:

Seller ID: 9299

Condition: Limp cloth covers with illustrative design in black. Narrow 8vo, pp16 text + 36pp coloured road maps, an excellent copy.


Image for How Markets Fail : the logic of economic calamities.

How Markets Fail : the logic of economic calamities.

By: CASSIDY, John.

Price: £24.00

Publisher: Allen Lane, an imprint of Penguin Books, 2009.:

Seller ID: 9547

Condition: First English Edition, red cloth boards lettered black, in striking illustrated dustwrappers. Large 8vo (c.24 x 16 cms), c.pp398, a fine copy with the vulnerable mainly white unclipped dustwrappers also in fine condition.


An Abridgement Of The Regulations for the formation and movements of The Cavalry (as last corrected by the Board). Adapted to the use of Yeomanry Corps with suggestions on several points of discipline and interior. And a short notice upon patrols, picquets and other measures of precaution in times of disturbance. Also the forms of Yeomanry Returns . [by Lt Colonel W. F. De Ros].

By: CAVALRY : Baron William Fitzgerald De Ros.

Price: £110.00

Publisher: W. Clowes 1835:

Seller ID: 7132

Condition: First Edition, neat modern scarlet buckram with double brown morocco labels. Ppxii + 170, occasional light foxing, handsome modern armorial bookplate on endpaper, excellent copy attractively presented. With diagrams in text + 57pp engravings on plate paper.


Every Man His Own Farrier : revised and much new matter added by D. McTaggart. Together with Rarey's Treatment & Management of the Horse.

By: CLATER, Francis : D. McTaggart : Rarey.

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Milner & Co, nd [mid to later 19th century]:

Seller ID: 9259

Condition: Original green cloth, backstrip lettered & decorated in gilt and black. Dumpy 8vo, c.pplxiv + 370, modern owner's neat booklabel on endpaper, slight wear, but a very good copy. And with engraved folding frontispiece [blank corner creased] and with engraved title-page.


Histoire Du Communisme : ou refutation historique des utopies socialistes. 3rd Edition.

By: COMMUNISM : Alfred Sudre : Goldsmid : English Jewry.

Price: £155.00

Publisher: Paris, Lecou 1850:

Seller ID: 3101

Condition: * Goldsmid Copy. * Handsome mid-19thC basket-weave green morocco with gilt rules, spine with gilt panels & red morocco label. With Goldsmid gilt monogram: also Goldsmid armorial bookplate: binding ticket of T. Armstrong, London. C.pp540, spine bit dulled. Very attractive copy with clean crisp text.


The History Of Egypt under The Ptolemies.

By: EGYPT : Samuel Sharpe.

Price: £75.00

Publisher: Moxon 1838.

Seller ID: 4679

Condition: First Edition, original linen-backed boards & paper label. 4to, c.pp228, bit worn & label rubbed, endpapers dusty. A good stout copy unopened throughout, and with text clean & bright. ** Samuel Sharpe was a leading 19thC Egyptologist, and the nephew of the poet Samuel Rogers. *** Unusual Moxon book in 4to format.


The Armourer & His Craft : from the 11th - 16th Centuries.

By: FFOULKES, Charles.

Price: £365.00

Publisher: Methuen 1912.

Seller ID: 6908

Condition: Crimson buckram very handsomely lettered & decorated in gilt. Large thick folio c.32 x 26 cms, c.pp224 t.e.g., others uncut, new endpapers [this is a large & heavy book], spine merest trifle faded, lovely copy.


The Emblematic Language Of Flowers. New Edition.

By: FLOWERS.

Price: £60.00

Publisher: Bogue nd [1860s]:

Seller ID: 8553

Condition: Original cloth pictorially gilt. Sm.8vo c.4 x 2.75 ins, c.pp64, neat 1863 inscription and neat booklabel on endpaper, a very good copy of a fragile little book. With striking colour frontispiece.


Food & Drink Through The Ages 2500 BC to 1937 AD. A Catalogue by Maggs Booksellers of antiquities, manuscripts, books and engravings treating of cookery, eating & drinking.

By: FOOD : Maggs Booksellers.

Price: £35.00

Publisher: Maggs Booksellers Catalogue 645, 1937:

Seller ID: 8913

Condition: Illustrated cream wrappers. Roy.8vo, c.pp204, vulnerable wrappers a little dusty, else a very good copy of a fragile item. Includes 61 illustrations.


Marriage Today & Tomorrow : by Havelock Ellis.

By: GRABHORN PRESS : Havelock Ellis.

Price: £48.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Grabhorn Press 1929.

Seller ID: 4164

Condition: Quarter black linen & orange boards, white dws. Tall 8vo, c.pp36 uncut, tiny abrasion on spine, dws bit dusty and lacking small section along backstrip, very good.


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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.


Going To Markets & Grammar Schools : a series of autobiographical records & sketches of 1830-70 spent in the Midland Counties.

By: GRIFFITH, George.

Price: £100.00

Publisher: Freeman 1870.

Seller ID: 5482

Condition: First Edition, 2 vols, gilt cloth. Roy.8vos, slight wear, Vol 1 prelims spotted, very good copy. * With 34 woodcut illustrations in the text. ** Campaigning autobiography by educational reformer. Much detailed information on all aspects of schools & education policy in towns up & down the Welsh border corridor : from Bristol & Gloucester to Bridgenorth. *** Scarce book.


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.


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.


The Claims Of Labour : an essay on the duties of the employers to the employed. [By Sir Alfred Helps]

By: HELPS, Sir Alfred.

Price: £54.00

Publisher: Pickering 1844.

Seller ID: 3524

Condition: First Edition, original cloth, paper label bit darkened. Sm.8vo, c.pp184 uncut, a fragile book with as so often some light wear and lower hinge cracked but holding. With tipped-in advt slip : and 16pp Pickering advts.


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.