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MACEDO CABRAL, Clara (2015)
“The Last King of Portugal and Maggs: an Anglo-Portuguese Alliance” by Clara Macedo Cabral:Enquire
Hardcover limited edition of 400 numbered copies with decorated endpapers, fully illustrated throughout, including two foldout plates. Wales, The Gomer Press.
[TRIGG MARITIME ARCHITECTS] (c.1880)
19th Century model of an Oriental Steam YachtEnquire
Measures including box 152cm by 87cm by 43cm. The model features three masts fully rigged and flying burgees and a red ensign. The decks are fitted with cannon, anchors, a bilge pump, a capstan, companionways, fire buckets, water barrels, the helm and a compass. Enclosed viewing platform on the upper deck.
IWAMIYA Takeji (1962])
44 Original Photographs of Sado IslandEnquire
Vintage prints each measuring between 25x16 to 25x19,5cm. Minor wear, a few images with small tear in the margin, 3 images with damage to surface, several images with with red lines indicating cropping for publication purposes, but overall in very good condition. Together with a signed copy of the first Asahi Shimbun edition. No. 994 of a limited edition of 2000 copies. Folio. Original cloth-backed boards in dustwrapper (lacking slipcase). Tokyo, dated: Showa 37 [i.e.
BERLIOZ Hector.; HOPKINSON Cecil (1951)
A Bibliography of the Works of Hector Berlioz. 1803-1869Enquire
Illustrations. First edition, limited to 320 copies on Mellotex paper, 20 copies on Hodgkinson hand-made paper, this one of 2 copies printed for the author on Japanese Vellum, hors commerce. 4to., full green crushed morocco, lettered and ruled in gilt, gilt turn-ins, signed Zaehnsdorf, marbled paper pull-off case. Edinburgh, The Edinburgh Bibliographical Society.
A Brief Account of the Proceedings of the CommitteeEnquire
appointed by the yearly meeting of Friends, held in Baltimore, for promoting the Improvement and Civilization of the Indian Natives.First English edition. 8vo. Twentieth-century half red morocco, joints rubbed. viii, 9-47pp. London, Phillips & Fardon,
LAWRENCE T.E (1919)
A Brief Record of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force. Under the Command of General Sir Edmund H.H. AllenbyEnquire
[Edited by Harry Pirie-Gordon.] Illustrated with many maps. First edition. 4to., original printed wrappers, cloth spine. Cairo, Produced by Government Press and Survey of Egypt and Published by the Palestine News.
YEATS Jack Butler (1908-1913)
Hand-coloured and black-and-white illustrations throughout by Jack B. Yeats. 84 monthly numbers, each one of 300 copies, all published. First to Seventh Years, comprising a complete set of the First Series. Each number a single Large 8vo. folded sheet of 4 pages. Dundrum, The Dun Emer Press (first number only) and The Cuala Press. June 1908 to May 1913.
PLATT Thomas Pell (1823)
A catalogue of the Ethiopic manuscripts in the Royal library of ParisEnquire
and in the library of the British and Foreign Bible Society, etc.
4to , 84, , text in Ethiopic & English types, last leaf with errata, folding frontispice, original boards
London: R. Watts. Sold by Treuttel, Würtz, and Co., [and others]
BENEZET Anthony (1785)
A Caution to Great BritainEnquire
and Her Colonies, in a short Representation of the Calamitous State of the Enslaved Negroes in the British Dominions.
A New Edition. 8vo. Plain wrappers. Some light foxing, mainly to latter leaves. Lower fore-corners of first few pages creased. 46, ads.pp. London, James Phillips,
HURLEY Frank ([1911-14])
A Cavern beneath the Coastal Ice CliffsEnquire
Blue-carbon print. 585 by 440mm. Mounted on board with the original Fine Art Society label on the verso, titled in manuscript and numbered "95". A very fine copy with deep tones, minor areas of retouching done at time of printing. London, Fine Art Society,
DICKENS Charles (1843)
A Christmas Carol. In ProseEnquire
4 hand coloured etched illustrations by John Leech, 4 wood engraved illustrations by W.J.Linton. First edition, first issue, half title, advert leaf. Small 8vo, original brown cloth, lettered in gilt, gilt floral decoration to the front cover, a.e.g. London, Chapman and Hall.
PRINCE Thomas (1736)
A Chronological History of New England in the form of Annals;Enquire
being a summary and exact account of the most material transactions, and occurences relating to this country, in the order of time in wherein they happened, from the discovery by Capt. Gosnold in 1602, to the arrival of Governor Belcher, in 1730. With an introduction containing... the gradual discoveries of America and the progress of the reformation to the Discovery of New England. First edition. Vol. 1 (a part of the intended second volume was published 20 years later). 12mo. Unrestored contemporary calf, the boards with double gilt fillet enclosing a simple blind-stamped roll, the spine in six compartments with raised bands within double fillets, joints repaired [v], xii, 20, 254pp. Boston, Kneeland and Green for S. Gerrish,
ASHENDENE PRESS (1935)
A Chronological list, with Prices, of the Forty Books printed at the Ashendene PressEnquire
Printed in red and black. "Printed for Private Circulation Only". Folio, 4 leaves, bound in original blue printed wrappers with small wood engraving on the front cover, uncut in a later blue cloth case with gilt lettering. Chelsea, The Ashendene Press.
A Collection of the Regulations passed by the Board of Civil Commissioners for the Seychelles IslandsEnquire
First edition. 8vo. Later half cloth over marbled paper boards rather worn, a little waterstaining and soiling to front pastedown and free endpapers. ,13, 392pp. [?Mahe,
AITCHISON C.U (1931)
A Collection of Treaties, Engagements and Sanads relating to India and neighbouring Countries. Vol. XIIEnquire
Containing the Treaties, &c., relating to Jammu and Kashmir, Sikkim, Assam and Burma.Fifth edition. Large 8vo. Half cloth, buckram boards, with Foreign Office stamp to margin of title and cancellation stamp to verso. [ii], xii, 283, xxiiipp. Calcutta,
OFFICINA BODONI. ; TERENTIUS AFER (1971)
A comedy of Terence called Andria translated into English by Richard Bernard with twenty-five illustrations by Albrecht DürerEnquire
Text edited by Betty Radice, postscript by Giovanni Mardersteig. One of 160 numbered copies of a total edition of 170. 25 illustrations newly cut on wood by Fritz Kredel after Albrecht Durer. Folio (34.5cm.) 122, p., Original parchment-backed paper boards. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Verona, Officina Bodoni.
MACLEAN, Col. C.B (1906)
A Compendium of Kafir Laws & CustomsEnquire
including genealogical tables of Kafir Chiefs and various tribal census returns.First unabridged edition. Small 8vo. Original cloth, titled in gilt on upper board. viii, 171pp. Grahamstown (Eastern Cape, South Africa), J. Slater,
BROUGHAM Henry Peter, 1st Baron Brougham & Vaux (1804)
A Concise Statement of the Question regarding the Abolition of the Slave TradeEnquire
Third edition. 8vo. 20th century quarter green calf over buckram, gold title to spine. Scattered foxing, light dampstaining. Stab hole through B2-E7, minimal loss, but occasionally affecting text. Two instances of pencil marginalia offsetting onto facing page. (A-F8,G4,H2.) 108pp. London, Hatchard, Longman & Brooke,
RUSSELL Bertrand (1900)
A Critical Exposition of the Philosophy of LeibnizEnquire
First edition. 8vo (230 x 155mm). xvi, , 311, , pp. Original navy cloth, spine lettered in gilt, boards double ruled in blind, edges untrimmed (spine lightly rubbed at head and tail, Blackwell's Bookseller ticket and contemporary ownership inscription in blue ink to the front pastedown, bookplate removed from rear pastedown). Cambridge, The University Press.
ROGERS Captain Woodes (1718)
A Cruising Voyage round the World: First to the South-Sea, thence to the East-Indies, and homewards by the Cape of Good-Hope. Begun in 1708 and finished in 1711. Containing a Journal of all the remarkable transactions; particularity of the taking of Puna and Guiaquil, of the Acapulca Ship, and other Prizes: An account of Alexander Selkirk's living alone for Years and four Months in an island; and a brief description of several Countries in our Course noted for trade, especially in the South-Sea. With maps of all the Coast, from the best Spanish Manuscript Draughts. And an Introduction relating to the South-Sea TradeEnquire
Second edition, corrected. Frontispiece folding world map and four other folding maps (a series charting the Pacific coast from Mexico to Chile). 8vo. Contemporary sprinkled panelled calf, joints professionally repaired, extremities slightly worn. xix, , 428, 57, index, publisher's catalogue pp. London, Pr. for Andrew Bell and Bernard Lintot,
GANDOLPHY Peter (1811)
A Defence of the Ancient FaithEnquire
or Five Sermons in proof of the Christian Religion.
First Edition. 8vo. [Text: 209 x 128 mm]. viii, 151pp. (first leaf blank) + errata slip. A little light foxing. Modern cloth-backed boards.
London: Printed and published for the Author, by Keating and Co. Sold also by Faulder and Rodwell, and by Booker, [etc., including booksellers in Newcastle, Wolverhampton, Dublin, Cork and Edinburgh], 1811
JEFFERYS Thomas (1762)
A Description of the Spanish Islands and Settlements On the Coast of the West Indies, Compiled from authentic Memoirs, Revised by Gentlemen who have resided many Years in the Spanish Settlements .Enquire
First edition. 2 folding maps, 30 double-page engraved charts & maps. 4to. Contemporary style panelled calf, with red morocco label gilt to spine, library blind stamp to first two & last two leaves. iv, xxiv, 106, 2pp. London, Faden & Jefferys,
BROCKMAN James.; GWASG GREGYNOG (1990)
A Descriptive Catalogue of Printing at Gregynog 1970-1990Enquire
One of 25 special bindings (this no. XIX being one of 5 bound by James Brockman to a design by Alan Wood). 4to., oriignal white and black morocco with a rectangular section of variously covered paper overlaid with translucent paper on both sides, black lettering on spine, white ruling on both sides and inner boards, in the original black cloth clam shell boxes with whit lettering on the spine. Newtown, Gwasg Gregynog.
HERTY Thomas (1800)
A Digest of the Laws of the United State of AmericaEnquire
being a Complete System, (alphabetically arranged) of All The Public Acts of Congress Now in force - from the commencement of the Federal Government, to the end of the third Session of the fifth Congress, which terminated in March 1799, inclusive. First edition. 8vo. Contemporary calf, rebacked, old spine (with red morocco label) laid down. iv, 562, ads.pp. Baltimore, W. Pechin,
DUNN Rev. Thomas (1794)
A Discourse delivered in the New Dutch ChurchEnquire
on Tuesday, the 21st of October, 1794, before the New York Society for the Information and Assistance of Persons Emigrating from Foreign Countries. First edition. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, title & dedication with repairs not affecting text, some light foxing to preliminaries. [ii], 28pp. New York, L. Wayland,
REYNOLDS Sir Joshua (1779)
A Discourse, delivered to the Students of the Royal Academy, on the Distribution of the Prizes, December 10, 1778. By the PresidentEnquire
First edition. 4to., (pp.iv,1-38, advert leaf), stab holes where extracted from a nonce collection, sewn into 19th century brown paper wrappers, rebound in later quarter niger morocco over brown rough cloth boards, lettered in gilt, edges trimmed. London, Thomas Cadell, printer to the Royal Academy.
COLLINS Anthony (1724)
A Discourse of the Grounds and Reasons of the Christian ReligionEnquire
In Two Parts: The first containing some Considerations on the Quotations made from the Old in the New Testament, and particularly on the Prophecies cited from the former and said to be fulfill'd in the latter. The second containing an Examination of the Scheme advanc'd by Mr. Whiston in his Essay towards restoring the true Text of the Old Testament, and for vindicating the Citations thence made in the New Testament. To which is prefix'd an Apology for free debate and liberty of writing.8vo. lxii, , 285, [1 (blank)]pp. Fine copy in contemporary panelled calf, plain spine.London:
BRINLEY John (1680)
A Discovery of the Impostures of Witches and AstrologersEnquire
First Edition. Small 8vo (84 x 141mm). , 127, pp. A little browned and spotted in places, some marking to a few leaves, blank lower fore-corners of *1-2 torn away (not touching the text). Early 19th-century tree calf, spine ruled in gilt, paper spine label completed in manuscript (front joint crudely repaired but holding, a little rubbed in places).
London: for John Wright...and Sold by Edward Milward Book-Seller in Leitchfield,
NAGASAKI SCHOOL. ; ISHIZAKI Yushi (1824])
[ A Dutch Merchant Ship]Enquire
Untitled gouache on paper, mounted on silk with brokade borders and framed, image measuring 63x39cm (framed 77,5x56cm). Some old wear (minor abrasions, slightly faded). Nagasaki, signed by the artist together with two seals and dated with cyclical date mark for September, Bunsei 7 [i.e.