Modern Books and Manuscripts
BYRON George Gordon Noel, Lord.; FINDEN William and Edward (1832-34)
Finden's Landscape Illustrations to Mr. Murray's First Complete and Uniform Editions of the Life and Works of Lord ByronEnquire
4to. First edition. John Murray. London. In 24 parts numbered I-XIV. Each volume contains five plates, for 120 in total. Engravings after various artists incl. Turner, Stanfield, Cattermole, Westall, Harding
LAWRENCE T.E (1920)
Fine ALS, signed T.E. LawrenceEnquire
To "Dear Callow". 2 pp. 8vo. Some light soiling, a couple of patches of abrasion indicating that the letter may have been removed from an album, some offsetting of ink, but in very acceptable condition. On letterhead of All Souls College, Oxford, Sept. 2
ALEXANDER Field-Marshal Earl.; BANKS Sir Donald (nd (1946))
Flame over Britain. A Personal Narrative of Petroleum WarfareEnquire
Foreword by Field-Marshal Viscount Alexander of Tunis. Portrait frontispiece, illustrations, cartographic endpapers. First edition. 8vo., cloth, pictorial dust jacket. London, Sampson Low, Marston & Co.
ALLINGHAM William (1888)
Flower Pieces and other PoemsEnquire
Woodcut frontispiece with tissue guard and one other illustration by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. First edition, half title, small 8vo, original quarter cream paper lettered in gilt over blue cloth boards, fore and lower edges untrimmed. London, Reeves and Turner.
SASSOON Siegfried (1918)
Four Poems. Dreamers. Does it Matter? Base Details. Glory of WomenEnquire
Reprints from The Cambridge Magazine, No. 7, January, 1918. Only separate printing, 2 conjugate leaves, unbound as issued. Cambridge, by R.I. Severs, Hobson Passage, Sidney Street and sold at the office 6 King's Parade Cambridge. 1918
FRANCO RÉGIME. ; COMITÉ DE SOUTIEN A EVA FOREST ET A TOUTES LES VICTIMES DE LA RÉPRESSION EN ESPANGE (1975.])
Franco Est Morte, Le Franquisme est Toujours Vivant / Franco Ha Muerto, El Franquismo Continua Vivo. [Franco is Dead, but Francoism lives on]Enquire
Original flyer. A4., facsimile holograph titles, mimeographed in black on yellow paper. Paris, Comité de Soutien a Eva Forest et a Toutes les Victimes de la répression en Espagne, N.d. [but circa
FRANCO RÉGIME. ; COMITÉ DE SOUTIEN A EVA FOREST ET A TOUTES LES VICTIMES DE LA RÉPRESSION EN ESPANGE (1976.])
Franco Mort Ou Presque, Accélerons La Chute de Son Régime. [Franco Dead or Almost, Let Us Speed Up the Downfall of His Regime]Enquire
Original flyer. A4., mimeographed in black, line drawn illustration on verso. Paris, Comité de Soutien a Eva Forest et a Toutes les Victimes de la répression en Espagne, N.d. [but circa
ALDRICH Thomas Bailey (1896)
Friar Jerome's Beautiful BookEnquire
Decorated throughout in black and red by W.S. Hadaway. 8vo., a very good copy in original brown pictorial morocco, head of spine just rubbed, green cloth ties, pictorial dust jacket chipped at extremities and defective at head and tail of spine. Boston and New York, Published by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, the Riverside Press, Cambridge.
BUDAY GEORGE (1955)
George Buday’s Eleventh Little Book, the Rules of Etiquette for Ladies and GentlemenEnquire
Advance copy. With numerous woodcut illustrations by the author. 16mo. 135 x 95 mm. 32 pp. Compiled and illustrated with wood engravings, hand-set and hand printed in a limited edition for his friends by the author. London.
BUDAY George (1943)
George Buday's Little Book of Hungarian Folktales and IllustrationsEnquire
First edition. With woodcut illustrations by the author. 16mo. (129 x 80 mm.) Colour illustration on dust wrapper using the publisher's original wood blocks of a church and village. With soft orange wrappers also illustrated with the same woodcut in black. Only very slightly browned and with some foxing within the text. A good copy. 32 pp. Favil Press. London.
GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS. ; POWYS Llewelyn (1934)
Glory of LifeEnquire
One of 275 copies on paper of a total edition of 277. Frontispiece and 12 smaller wood-engravings by Robert Gibbings, engraved title page and opening line of text printed in red. Folio (33cm.) 34, p., Original vellum-backed cloth, spine lettered in gilt. T.e.g., others uncut. London, The Golden Cockerel Press.
CHARPENTIER Gustave.; DELMAS Marc (1931)
Gustave Charpentier et le Lyrisme FrançaisEnquire
Portrait frontispiece, illustrations in the text. First edition. 8vo., quarter brown cloth over orange buckram, leather title label to spine, original wrappers bound in, new endpapers, fore and lower edges uncut. Paris, Librairie Delagrave.