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Rare Book Auction Wednesday 22nd March at 12md Viewing: Sunday 19th March 11.00 - 16.00 Monday 20th March 09.00 - 17.30 Tuesday 21st March 09.00 - 17.30 Wednesday morning of the sale. An interesting sale of some 400 lots, featuring several important items and collections they include: A major collection of New Zealand and International mountaineering books featuring many signed editions of Edmund Hillary’s books, as well as early Tibetan travel & exploration. New Zealand histories by John Savage, Arthur Liddiard Nicholas, Sir George Grey and others. New Zealand printings by William Colenso including The Maori Declaration of independence 1836 Early editions of Cooks Voyages. Early Maps and engravings and photographs. New Zealand literature by R.A. K. Mason, A.R.D. Fairburn, Sam Hunt, Mary Ursula Bethell and others. Limited editions from the Holloway Press and the Otakau Press. Modern first editions include works by John Le Carre, Ian Fleming, Harper Lee, Graeme Green, Dorothy Sayers, A.A. Milne, Ernest Hemingway etc Early New Zealand Advertising 1924 menu signed by “The Invincibles” on their return to New Zealand Art + Object are pleased to announce the sale of a major collection of early New Zealand and Pacific books, on Wednesday 3rd of May 2017. The library of James Gregory Wilson, noted farmer, historian and the author of ‘History of Hawkes Bay’, written for New Zealand’s Centenary in 1940. This important library features rare New Zealand titles and includes his collection of Maori artifacts. Entries are invited for this important sale.

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Subject Index Regional History New Zealand & Pacific History Travel & Exploration Natural History Sport and Recreation Mountaineering – World & NZ Private Press New Zealand Wars Military History Maori History Biography William Colenso & New Zealand Printings Maps, Plans, Prints. Photography Polar and Sub Antarctic Islands Maritime History Newspapers and Periodicals International Literature New Zealand Literature Art Children’s Books Antiquarian Books & Bindings Posters and Advertising Bibliography & Printing Tourism, Souvenirs, Catalogues Postcards & Postal History Science and Technology

lots 1 32 74 91 96 108 140 151 164 185 220 227 239 248 254 267 270 276 304 333 350 363 366 372 381 398 401

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Abbreviations & Citations AEG – All edges gilt AF – With all faults DJ – Dust jacket DJR – Dust jacket repaired EPs – Endpapers FEP – Front end paper BEP – Backend paper Frontis – Frontispiece IA – Inscribed by author HC – Half calf binding ND – No date

Rep – Reprint SLF – slight foxing SA – Signed by author TP – Title page W & T – Whitcombe and Tombs OUP – Oxford University Press ODT & Witness- Otago Daily Times and Witness PC – Paper/Card covers HMSO – Her Majesty’s Stationary Office D.I.A. – Dept of Internal Affairs TNZI – Transactions of the New Zealand Institute

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Regional History 1 ADAMS, C. WARREN A Spring in the Canterbury Settlement Ln: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans 1853. vii, [1] l., 92p, xi [addendum], frontis, 4 fldg plates at end with descriptions of the plates. 20.5cms, original blue cloth with gilt titles, wear at edges and sewing loose. $200 - $250 2 ANON The Great Volcanic Outbreak at Tarawera, New Zealand 10th June, 1886. Loss of over one hundred lives. Villages Overwhelmed. The Rotomahana Terraces engulfed. Sixty Square miles of Country in Eruption. Napier: Ptd by R. Coupland Harding 1886. Cover title [3] - 40p. 22cms. A collection of contemporary newspaper messages and eye-witness accounts made into a narrative probably by Coupland Harding himself. Bagnall 2303 $100- $150 3 BALDWIN, OLIVE The Celebration of the Kapiti District Kapiti 1988. 292p, illustrated. 30cms, DJ, VG. 2. Graham Bush - The History of Epsom. Epsom Historical Society 2006. 468p, illustrated throughout. Oblong, DJ, VG. $40 - $60 4 BROAD, LOWTHER The Jubilee History of Nelson. From 1842 to 1892. Nelson: Bond Finney, and Co 1892. 205p, 2p of adverts, illustrated. Some browning, 22cms, original black cloth with gilt titles. VG. $100 - $150

9 FAHEY, W.H. Beautiful Dunedin [Plus] Its Environs, and The Cold Lakes of Otago. A Memento from Maoriland. Dunedin” Evening star 1906.140p, illustrated throughout, adverts.21.5cms, original paper covers, VG. 2. Official Southland Guide. ChCh: Andrews Baty & Co ltd nd [ca 1910 ] 1-327p, lacks title page. illustrations, adverts and maps [torn with no loss]. 18.5cms, original paper covers, VG. 10 FITZGERALD, JAMES EDWARD [EDITOR] John Robert Godley A Selection from the Writings and Speeches of John Robert Godley. ChCh: Press Office 1863. [5] l., 330p, frontis, Light foxing on prelims. 22cms, original quarter maroon leather with cloth boards, scuffed and worn at spine ends, good sound copy. $100 11 GOULTER, MARY CATHERINE Keeper of the Sheep. ChCh: Pegasus Press 1955, edition of 500 copies. 205p, illustrations and map. 25cms, original blue cloth with white title label, light edgewear and in DJ a few small paper repairs verso VG. $50 - $75 12

HALL-JONES, JOHN [2 titles] Milford Sound [signed] An Illustrated History of the Sound, the Track and the Road. Invercargill: Craig Ptg Co 2000, signed by author on title page. 147p, illustrated, and maps. Oblong papered boards, fine copy. 2. The Fjords of Fiordland. Invercargill: Craig Ptg Co 2002, signed by author on title page. 172p, illustrated, oblong papered boards, fine copy. $60 - $80


HAY, WILLIAM DELISLE Brighter Britain! [Plus] or Settler and Maori in Northern New Zealand. Ln: Richard Bentley 1882. Two volumes.346p, 326p, some foxing mostly front and back pages, 20cms, bound in HC bindings with marbled boards, worn but complete. 2. Edward Reeves - Homeward Bound. After Thirty Years. A Colonists Impression of New Zealand, Australia, Tangier and Spain. Ln: Swan Sonnenschein & Co 1892. xii, 337p, illus, 22.5cms original pictorial cloth with gilt titles, wear at spine ends. $50 - $100


INNES, C.L. Canterbury Sketches; [Plus] or Life From the Early Days. ChCh: Lyttelton Times 1879.v, [5]p, 209p, frontis. 18cms, original green cloth with black titles, light wear, VG. The frontispiece photograph represents Christchurch in 1852 the photograph was reproduced from a lithograph of the original by Dr Barker, which appeared in the illustrated London News. 2. H.C. Jacobson - Tales of Banks Peninsula. Akaroa: Ptd by H.C. Jacobson, “Mail” Office 1893, second edition. viii, 307p, 17cms, original green cloth, black titles, binding sound but rubbed with edge wear. 3. Literary Foundlings: Verse and Prose, collected in Canterbury, N.Z. Christchurch: Ptd at The Times 1864. 73p, original papered boards rebacked with with black cloth spine. VG. $50 - $100

5 CHANDLER, PETER A History of New River Estuary and its Environs Compiled for New River Estuary Advisory Committee Invercargill 1973. Published 1977. 223p, illustrations from photographs, tables and maps including fldg. 21.5cms, brown papered boards, VG. Scarce. $50 - $100 6 CHANDLER, PETER Land of the Mountains and the Flood Queenstown and District Historical Society 1996. 120p, illustrated, 24cms, pictorial paper covers, near fine. A history of the runs and run holders in the Queenstown, Southern Lakes area. $30 - $50 7 CHANDLER, PETER [research] Nomenclature Peter Chandler’s three hand written notebooks in alphabetical order with place names of Southland, Wallace & Fiord, N.Z. where they are, who named them and who they are named after. e.g. Cecil Pk [peak], named after Cecil Walter Rees, son of W.G. Rees, pioneer runholder. [H.B. p31]. 23cms, all in their original card covers, neatly written by hand. VG. 2. Notebook titled on front cover - Notes on Scottish Place-Names found in Otago and Southland. From Gazetteer of Scotland 1842 Vols I & II & 1857 Vol. I & II. 33cms, 31p, of handwritten notes. VG. 3. Rules of Nomenclature and List of Names. Well 1934. With Peter Chandler’s book plate inside cover. With 2 letters from C.Fowler [ Chief Surveyor] regarding Mt Christina and a small panoramic photograph of the Harris saddle with the peaks named. $200 - $400 8 CHANDLER, PETER M., & RON C. HALL Let There be Light. A history of Bullendale and the generation of electric power in Central Otago. Alexandra Pub by Otago Central Electric Power Bd 1986. vi,186p, illustrations, tables and plans. 30cms, bound in black leatherette, gilt spine titles, in DJ, fine copy. $75

15 JONES, EDGAR Autobiography of an Early Settler in New Zealand. Well: Coulls Somerville Wilkie 1933. 179p, frontis and plates, 18.5cms, original green papered boards, VG. $40 15a LEYS THOMSON W. A Weird Region: New Zealand [Plus 2] Lakes, Terraces, Geysers and Volcanoes with an account of the eruption of Tarawera. Auckland Star 1934, rev ed. Fldg colour frontis, plates and map. 24.5cms, paper covers, VG. 2. James Cowan – Maori Folk-Tales of the Port Hills. W & T 1923.73p, illustrated, fldg map. Original paper covers. 3. Lady Sim – Fellow Travellers through New Zealand. Dn etc: Coulls Somerville, Wilkie 1929. 35p, illustrated throughout. 16 MAY, PHILIP ROSS The West Coast Gold Rushes. ChCh: Pegasus 1962, first edition588p, illustrations, maps. 22.5cms, original cloth and in DJ, rubbed else VG. $40 - $60

17 MOORHOUSE, W.S. Address of His Honour the Superintendent [plus] On Opening the Seventeeth Session of the Provicnial Council of Canterbury, N.Z. October 1861. Chch: Ptd at the Union Office. 15pp, 17cms, original blue paper covers. VG. Discusses the effects on Canterbury of the NZ wars, and the discovery of gold in Otago, as well as railway transport, Postal services etc. 2. The Cheviot Estate. Particulars Terms and Condition 10th and 15th January 1894. Well: Govt Ptr 1893. 26p, fldg litho frontis and illustrated from photos. lacking back paper cover $100 18 MORELAND, A. MAUD Through South Westland. [PLus] A Journey to the Haast and Mount Aspiring, New Zealand. Ln: Witherby and Co 1911. xviii, 219p, [4]pp, frontis, plates and maps. 22cms, green cloth, black titles, VG. 2. J.A. Doran - Whataroa, South Westland - A Centennial Report. 1879-1979. Prepared for Whataroa District Schools Centennial Committee 1979. 105p, illustrations and maps. 31cms, green paper covers with map. VG. 3. Anon - The Golden Coast Descriptive of the Westland District, New Zealand. Its Forests, Lakes, Glaciers and Mountain Passes. Well: NZ Govt Dept of Tourist and Health Boards 1906. 53p, images from photographs.22.5cms, original paper covers bound with cord, small chips, VG. $100 19 McCLURG, FREDERICK C. An Idler at the Chathams. And Other Essays. Napier: Herald Print 1925. 39p, illus. 24cms, original blue paper covers, VG. $50 - $100 20 McNAB, ROBERT Murihiku A History of the South Island of New Zealand and the Islands adjacent and Lying to the South from 1642 to 1835. Well etc: W & T 1909. xiv, [1] l., 499p, frontis, plates and maps. Contemporary owners signature on title and front endpaper, 22cms, original green cloth, gilt tiles, slight mottling, VG. $100 - $150 21 NEW ZEALAND COMPANY Latest Information from the settlement of New Plymouth, on the Coast of Taranaki, New Zealand. Comprising Letters from settlers there; with an account of its general products ... Ln: Smith Elder ad Co 1842. 57p, [3]p. frontis. 19.2cms, original paper covers, fine copy. $80 - $100 22 O’DONNELL, E. Te Hekenga Early Days in Horowhenua. Being the reminiscences of Mr Rod McDonald. Palmerston North: G.H. Bennett nd. [6] l., 207p, frontis and illus. 24.5cms, VG. 2. W.T. L. Travers - The Stirring Times of Te Rauparaha; also Rev J.W. Stack - The Sacking of Kaiapohia. W & T [1906]. 18cms, red cloth, gilt titles, and black illustration front board. VG. 23 OTAGO Centennial Publications. 4 Volumes [Plus] 1. C.W.S. Moore - The Dunstan. 1953. 2. Irvine Roxburgh - Wanaka Story. 1957 3. Hon. F. Waite - Pioneering in South Otago. 1948. 4. W.R. Mayhew - Tuapeka. [1949] All in DJs 5. Irvine Roxburgh - Jacksons Bay. A Centennial History. Reed 1976. DJ, VG. $80 - $100 24

POWNALL, R.W. Illustrated Guide to the West Coast of the North Island, N.Z. Describing the various towns and adjacent land available for Settlement, &c. Accompanied by ten drawings on stone by W. Potts, from sketches by the author. Wanganui: A.D. Willis 1885. 112p, illustrations and adverts. original illustrated paper covers, chips and light soiling. Scarce. Includes ‘Ascent of Mount Egmont’ by Messrs E. and C.W. Jennings; ‘The Last War with the Natives’. $200 - $300

25 STACK, REV. J.W. [2 titles] Through ... Canterbury and Otago with Bishop Harper in 1859-60... Ptd at “Akaroa Mail” Office. 28p, double column. 21.5cms, bound with its original paper covers into green cloth boards, near fine. 2. Traditional History of the South Island Maoris. TNZI. nd. 57 - 92p, fldg map. Also On Camerons’s Theory respecting the Kahui Tipua. -1879]. 159 - 164p. Bound in white paper covers, VG. $100 26 STONE’S Dunedin and Invercargill Directory 1886 Commercial, Municipal & General Directory Otago and Southland Gazetteer, Almanac and Companion for 1886. Dunedin: John Stone. Advertisements front and back. In original red cloth binding with gilt titles, recased using original advertising endpapers. Spine faded, light soiling. $200 - $300 27 tHOMSON, MRS CHARLES Twelve Years in Canterbury, New Zealand, with visits to other provinces and reminiscences of the route home through Australia etc. Ln: Sampson Low [1867]. xiv, 226p, frontis, 17cms. All edges gilt, presentation label on front endpaper, text clean. 18cms, bound in original decorative brown cloth with gilt, VG copy. Only first few pages refer to Canterbury, mostly describes visits to other parts of the country before her departure in 1865. Dunedin [and the Exhibition] Wellington, Hutt Valley, Nelson, New Plymouth and Auckland...Bagnall 5540 $100 28

WAKEFIELD, EDWARD GIBBON The Founders of Canterbury. Volume 1. Being the Letters from the Late Edward Gibbon Wakefield to the Late John Robert Godley... ChCh: Stevens and Co 1868. xvi, 352p, 21.5cms, bound in boards, original green paper covers laid on and green cloth spine. VG $100 - $200


WARD, LOUIS E. Early Wellington Auckland etc: W & T 1928, first edition. 544p, many images from photographs. Lacking front free endpaper and with a stain on lower margin of first and last 2 or 3 pages, else contents clean. 25.5cms speckled green cloth with black titles and black huia bird. VG. In a DJ with chips and light soiling. $100


WHITE, DAVID RENFREW Tidemarks at Otakau [signed] Dunedin: John McIndoe 1931. 57p, 23cms, original pictorial brown paper covers, VG. 2. John Bathgate - New Zealand, its resources and Prospects. Ln: Chambers 1880. 121p, frontis, illustrated and 2 maps. 21cms, bound in early cloth binding with laid on original cover, soiled. Complete sound copy. $60 - $100

31 WISE’S Dunedin Directory 1868 Including Port Chalmers and Suburban Districts of Dunedin. Dunedin: Henry Wise 1868. Includes Street Directory; Alphabetical Directory; Professional and Trade Directory; Government Official Directory, advertisements front and back. 22cms, original blue cloth with gilt titles, and blind stamped, light soiling and wear. $250 - $300

New Zealand & Pacific History 32 BEAGLEHOLE, J.C. The Endeavour Journal of Joseph Banks 1768-1771. Sydney: Angus & Robertson 1962, first edition. Two volumes.Bound in original red cloth, gilt titles, with DJ, small chips VG copies.

33 BELL, JAMES MACKINTOSH The Wilds of Maoriland. Ln: Macmillan and Co 1914. xiii, 253p, frontis, colour and B/W plates and maps. 22.5cms, bound in blue cloth with gilt illustration and titles, near fine in DJ, with tear [no loss] and edge chips. $60 - $80


HORSLEY, REGINALD New Zealand Romance of Empire. Ln etc: T.C & E.C. Jack nd, ca 1910] xiii, 331p, plates and map, sprinkle of foxing. 20.5cms, bound in an attractive cloth binding with decorative titles and illustration laid on, VG.


KENNAWAY, [2 titles] Fools’ Carnival Christchurch Co-Operative Book Society Ltd [1949]. 50p, illustrated, 29 cms, original papered boards, split at spine, no loss, VG. 2. Cartoons. from ‘Tomorrow’. ChCh Co-operative Book Society [May 1942]. [30] l., some foxing throughout, original paper covers, VG. Andrew Kennaway Henderson, New Zealand Pacifist and Socialist, publisher of ‘Tomorrow’ one of NZ’s most important political and literary magazines published prior to the Second World War. $50


KIPPIS, A. Narrative of Capt Cook’s Three Voyages. Chiswick: C. Whittingham 1820. Two volumes. 207p & 213p, both with title page vignettes. 13.5cms, both volumes bound in original full leather, rebacked with original spines laid on [some loss]. Professional restoration. VG. $100

34 BUTLER, ANNIE R. Glimpses of Maori Land. Ln: The Religious Tract Society 1886. x, [1] l., 260p, 19cms, illustrations and map. Half calf binding with school monogram, decorative gilt spine. A VG copy. $100 - $125 35 CRUISE, RICHARD A. Journal of a Ten Months’ Residence in New Zealand. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees etc 1823, first edition. iv, 321, [1]p. colour frontis [port], errata slip tipped in facing p[1]. Book plate of W.H. De Luen on front endpaper. 22.5cms, bound in an attractive early 20th century tan half calf binding with cloth boards and marbled endpapers, sprinkle of foxing, very nice copy. $300 - $400 36 DEPARTMENTS OF LANDS, & SURVEYS Annual Reports [three] Eastern Otago, Waimate County, Buller, Eastern Counties North Island. Reports by Park on Rodney, Waitemata, Wanganui,Southland. Also sections and folding maps, including Sketch Map of New Zealand showing Principal Mineral Localities by James Hector 1886. Department of Lands and Survey [Annual Reports] each containing several folding maps and plans. 2. 1895 - Extracts from reports of Chief Surveyors, maps include several plans to farm settlements, and roadworks. Fldg maps of New Zealand showing State of Public Surveys and Land Transactions. 3. 1896. Includes land settlement, exploration over Southern Alps, Fox Glacier, Cooks River District, Dusky Sound and Lake Manapouri. Illustrated, maps including map of Tuhoe Land, map of Explorations Western Otago and tables. All are lacking their paper covers, edges rubbbed with some soiling and chips. Maps mostly VG. $100 - $200 37 FANNING, L.S. Progressive New Zealand. An authentic, comprehehensive work of reference on all aspects of the national life of New Zealand, the astonishing progress during eighty five years [1840-1924] ... ChCh: Andrews, Baty & Comapny 1924. 243p, illustrated throughout, advertisements. Folio, bound with its original pictorial paper covers into a full leather binding with gilt titles, light wear at edges, VG. $60-$80 38

HALL-JONES, JOHN [3 titles & letter] John Turnbull Thomson [signed] First Surveyor-General of New Zealand. Dunedin: McIndoe 1992, signed by author. 114p, illustrated, oblong, DJ, VG. 2. with Christopher Hooi - An Early Surveyor in Singapore: John Turnbull Thomson in Singapore 1841-1853. Singapore: The National Museum 1983 rep. 135p, illustrated. Oblong in DJ, some wear at edges, VG. 3. The Thomson Paintings. Mid-Nineteeth Century Paintings of Straits Settlements and Malaya. Oxford University Press 1983, signed by author. 84p, illustrated.Oblong bound in grey cloth near fine in a torn DJ with loss to back. Loosely enclosed a letter written by John Hall Jones expressing his disappointment with Hooi’s work and his reasons for not recommending ‘An Early Surveyor in Singapore’ ‘... so I wrote a sequel to this book “The Turner Paintings” - published in colour and writing the text myself this time...’ $150 - $200

39 HANDBOOK Maoriland Illustrated Handbook. Issued by the Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand. Melbourne etc: George Robertson and Co 1884. 355p, lip [adverts]. All edges gilt, illustrations and maps. 18.5cms, bound in blue cloth, gilt titles, spine faded and edges, rubbed VG. $50 - $100

43 LABILLARDIERE, M. Voyage of La Perouse [Plus] performed by order of the Constituent Assembly During the years 1791, 1792, 1793 and 1794. Ln: John Stockdale 1800, Volume II only of a two volume set. 105p, 30 plates. rebound using original marbled boards, new leather spine and original title label. 2. Wesleyan Methodist Magazine for the years 1840 and 1843. Volumes xix and xxii, of the third series. London: Published by John Mason. They include biographical sketches, obituaries and missionary notices, extracts of letters from missionaries; Notice of the death of Thaka Patuone; journeys and voyages through and around the country. Browning, engravings [ports of missionaries]. 22.5cms, the 1840 volume 631p, browning and rebound in a modern quarter calf binding; the 1843 volumes 623p, rebacked with original spine strip. $100 - $200 44 LEE, JOHN A. Books and Papers 1. John A. Lee’s Weekly - Published by John Alexnder Lee In the Interests of a Better New Zealand. A long run of 116 issues from January 1942 to December 1943. Also a bound volume January 1943 to June 1943. 2. Bundle of Political Pamphlets by John A. Lee [6x]Hitler; Debt Finance for War and Peace V Democracy; Debt-Hold, Lease-hold, Bankhold or Prosperity-Hold; When Labour fought Capitalism and Sung ‘The Red Flag’ ; Money Power for the People. All in paper covers and VG. 3. Fifteen Volumes Civilian Into Soldier. T. Werne Laurie 1937, first edition. Inscribed by John A. Lee. DJ. The Hunted. T. Werne Laurie 1936, first edition. In DJ. Socialism in New Zealand. T. Werne Laurie 1937, third impression. Inscribed by John A. Lee to W. Downie Stewart. In DJ. For Mine is the Kingdom. Alister Taylor 1975. DJ. Seven other titles all in DJs and four soft covered, including 2 biographies. Mostly VG. $200 - $300 45 LEYS, THOMSON W. [editor] Early History of New Zealand from Earliest Times to 1840 by R.A.A. Sherrin. From 1840 - 1845 by J.H. Wallace. Auck: H. Brett 1890. xliii, 728p, xxxiii, colour frontis, plates and illustrations.28.5cms, original HC binding with maroon boards and decorative gilt and titles. Short split top front hinge else VG copy. $100 - $150


46 MANING, FREDERICK E. [a Pakeha Maori] Old New Zealand: Being incidents of Native Customs and Character in the Old Times. Ln: Smith Elder and Co 1862, first UK edition published the same year as two NZ editions. viii, 216p, old tide marks on endpapers, 20cms, original brown blindstamped cloth with gilt titles, some paper residue attached to top margins and shelf faded. Sound copy. 2. Russell Duncan - Early Walks in New Zealand.W & T 1918. 135p, illustrated.Lacking front endpaper. In chipped DJ. $50 - $75 47 MARTIN, S.M.D. New Zealand; In a Series of Letters: Containing an Account of the Country, both before and since its Occupation by the British Government; with historical remarks on the Governent, the New Zealand and the Manukau Companies; also a description of the various settlements the character of the aborigines and the natural productions of the country. London: Simmonds and Ward 1845. xii, [9]-379p, 22.5cms, some foxing on front and back pages, contents generally clean. Marbled edges, bound in contemporary half calf with original title label, dark blue boards, leather scuffed at hinges and light marks. Tight sound copy. Scarce $1000 - $1200 48 MUNDY, GODFREY CHARLES Our Antipodes or Residence and Rambles in the Australian Colonies. With a Glimpse of the Gold Fields. Ln: Richard Bentley 1854, third editon complete in one volume. vii 637p, frontis, plates, lacking front free endpapers, some foxing, heavier on plates and margins. 23cms, original red publishers cloth with gilt blocked globe and titles, spine end frayed and corners knocked. $100 - $125 49 McGREGOR, ROB Around New Zealand in 80 Cups. Auckland 1960. The first part of the book details the coffee bars and the people who frequent them, 78p, remainder of book is unpaginated and details coffee bars, cabarets and restaurants around Auckland in the 1960’s. Ptd by Penrose Ptg Co. 18.5cms, illus card covers, VG. Scarce. $200 50 McNAB, ROBERT The Old Whaling Days. A History of Southern New Zealand from 1830 to 1840. W & T 1913. xiii, 508p, original green cloth, gilt titles, contemporaary signature front endpaper, VG. $75 51 NEW ZEALAND Land Regulations of the Province of Auckland Adopted by the Provincial Council on 25th Day of August, 1859, issued by the Governor on the 26th day of August 1859. Ln: Ptd for Alex. F. Ridgway 1866.16p, pamphlet. VG. Includes Town, Suburban and Country Lands, Land for special settlement, Immigration, School Teachers and Common Schools and Naval and Military Settlers. 2. History and Policy of the Native Land Laws on New Zealand. from 1840 to 1886. Napier: Dinwiddie, Walker & Co 1886. 88p, card covers, cover titles, small chips, cloth spine, VG. 3 & 4 Two by Vincent Pyke A Handy Book of Local Government Law [1882] and A Supplement to the Handy-Book of Local Government Law ... Dn: ODT & Witness 1883. 5. Sir Robert Stout - Notes on the Progress of New Zealand for Twenty Years 1864 - 1884. Well: Govt Ptr 1886. 39p, fldg charts and tables. 21 cms, original blue cloth. 6. G.W. Griffin - New Zealand, her commerce & resources. Well: Govt Ptr 1884. 24.5cms original full leather lower spine torn. 7. C.R. Carter - An Historical Sketch of New Zealand Loans and other matters connected therewith from 1853 -1886. Ln 1886. 21.5cms original brown cloth, fine copy. 8. D.A. McLeod - Competitive Plans and Report Thereon for the Supply of the Town of Oamaru with Water. Oamaru 1875. $200 - $300

52 NEW ZEALAND Pamphlets [Bound Volume] A bound volume of pamphlets 1. G.W. Rusden - Aureretanga; Groans of the Maoris. Ln: William Ridgeway 1888. 2. Francis Dart Fenton - Suggestions for a History of the Origin and Migration of the Maori People. Auck: H. Brett 1885. 3. Rev. R. Burrows - Extracts from a Diary kept by the Rev. R. Burrows during Heke’s War in the North in 1845. Auck: Upton and Co 1886. 4. Walter H. Pearson - The Financial Position of the Colony of New Zealand: its extrication by the sale or leasing of its railways. Dunedin: G.R. Smith, ODT 1887. 5. R.W. Pownall - Illustrated Guide to the West Coast of the North Island, N.Z. Wanganui: A.D. Willis 1885. 6. Anon - An Agrarian Law. 7. Anon - Report of Commissioners appointed by The County Councils of Vincent, Maniototo, and Taieri, in the provincial district of Otago in the matter of The Otago Central Railway. Dn: Mackay Bracken 1881. 8. E. Tregear - The Maori in Asia. TNZI. 1885. All are bound into a half calf binding with title label. Some light foxing, VG. $100 - $200 53 NEW ZEALAND, [Box Lot] Histories 1. John White - Te Rou: or The Maori at Home. Ln: Sampson Low 1874. 2. Miss Tucker - The Southern Cross or Southern Crown. Ln: James Nisbet 1855 3. Rev J. B. Marsden - Memoirs of the Life and Labours of the Rev. Samuel Marsden. Ln: Religious Soc 1867. 4. Samuel Butler - Erewhon or Over the Range. Ln: Trubner 1873. 5. Alys Lowth - Emerald Hours in New Zealand. W & T [1906] 6. Mrs C. Thomson - Twelve Years in Canterbury, New Zealand, with visits to other Provinces. Ln: Sampson Low 1867. 7. J .K.M. - The Mary Ira - being the Narrative Journal of a Yachting Expedition from Auckland to the South Sea Islands. Ln: T. Cautley Newby 1867. 8. R.A. McDonald - Te Hekenga, Early Days in Horowhenua. Being the reminiscences of Mr Rod McDonald. Palmerston North: G.H. Bennett nd. 9. W.T. L. Travers - The stirring Times of Te Rauparaha; also Rev J.W. Stack - The Sacking of Kaiapohia. W & T nd. 10. Sir Henry brett - White Wings. 2 volumes, Brett Pub Co Condition varies. Volume I. 1924. Complete but binding worn and loose. Vol.II1928. some light fading & edge wear. VG. 11. Buller - New Zealand Past and Present. Ln: H & S 1880. Condition varies. $200 - $300 54 NEW ZEALAND COMPANY, [Plus one other] Letters from Settlers & Labouring Emigrants in the New Zealand Company’s Settlements of Wellington, Nelson & New Plymouth. From February, 1842, to January 1843. Ln: Smith Elder and Co 1843. v, 211p [6]p of adverts. 18cms, original brown paper covers, front cover detached with loss to bottom corner, chips and abrasions to spine. 2. William Colenso - The Authentic and Genuine History of the Signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand, Feb 5 and 6 1840. Well: Govt Ptr 1890. 42p, map at end [detached].21.5cms, original blue paper covers detached, with browning and foxing. Fair. $60 - $80 55 NEW ZEALAND COMPANY, 1846 -1849 The Twentieth to the Twenty Fifth Reports A bound volume of Reports of the New Zealand Company. The Twentieth to the twenty fifth Reports of the Court of Directors of the New Zealand Company Presented to the Annual General Court of Proprietors held 1846 to 1849. Ln: Stewart and Murray 1846. Pagination varies, exlib copy bound in the original half calf library binding, rubbed and worn at edges, a sound copy. Includes Despatch from Governor Fitzroy re difficulties anticipated in locating of settlers in Otago; much information resgarding the Deeds of Grant to Port Nicholson and Nelson with copies of the Deeds of grant; Much valuable source information. By 1846 the New Zealand Company was in debt and receiving grants from Britain to cover their liabilities, in 1850 it surrendered its charters and by the mid 1850’s the NZ Company collapses after failing to pay its debts, in 1858 it was dissolved. $200 - $400



























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56 NG, JAMES Windows on a Chinese Past Four volumes. Otago Heritage Books 1993, all volumes signed by author. Vol.1. How the Cantonese Goldseekers and their heirs settled in New Zealand, 2. Round Hill: Alexander Don: Missions: Mixed Marriages: the Opium Evil. Vol.3. Larrikinism and Violence: Immigration Issues 20th Century assimilation: Biographies. Vol.4. Don’s ‘Roll of Chinese’. Illustrations and maps, 31cms, bound in red cloth and with original wrappers, a fine set. $300 57 NICHOLAS, JOHN LIDDIARD Narrative of a Voyage to New Zealand, performed in the Years 1814, and 1815, in company with the Rev. Samuel Marsden. In two volumes. London: James Black and Son 1817. xx, 431p, frontis [port], folding plate and folding map. Vol. II. xii, 397p, frontis, one map and one plate, [1]p, directions to the binder and errata. Some browning and old damp wrinkles, mostly front and back pages 21.5cms, both bound in contemporary full leather with original title labels, armorial book plates of Thomas Munro both volumes. Leather light scuffing and rubbed with discoloured bottom margins. Tidy original set. Nicholas a New South Wales settler of two years standing, accompanied Marsden on his historic mission to the Bay of Islands in Dec 1814 and was his close companion for the duration of his stay, to the end of Feb 1815... Bagnall 4268. $1200 - $1500 58 PAMPHLETS 4 Items 1. T.E. Haughey - Railway Reminiscences. Christchurch Press 1946. 16.5cms, Card covers, ink stain else VG 2. James Cowan - Maori Folk Tales of the Port Hills, Canterbury New Zealand. W & T 1923. 20cms, Card covers, VG. 3. Lady Sim - Fellow Travellers through New Zealand. Dn etc: Coulls Somerville Wilkie 1929. 21.5cms, Illustrated throughout, card covers, VG. 4. Thomson W. Leys - A Weird Region: New Zealand Lakes, Terraces, Geysers and Volanoes. Auckland Star 1934, new edition, rev. Illustrations, map colour fldg frontis, 25cms, card covers, VG. $60 - $80 59 RICHMOND, HON. MR. J.C. Reminiscences of a Minister for Native Affairs in New Zealand. ... In reply to Defamatory Passages Contained in Rusden’s “History of New Zealand”. Well: Govt Ptr 1888. Cover-title 3-12p. 23cms, bound into card covers.[unsightly] contents VG. Richmond deals with specific charges relating to Taranaki affairs, the purchase of the Maori House Te Hau ki Turanga and the treatment of Te Kooti and incidents in the Ngatapa attack. $50 - $100 60 SAVAGE, JOHN Some Account of New Zealand; Particularly The Bay of Islands, and surrounding country; with a Description of the Religion and Government... London: J. Murray 1807. 110p, frontis [Tiarrah], and one hand coloured tiki plate. 21cms, original full leather tree calf binding with title label. An old tide mark along the lower margin lessening towards the end. A tight sound copy in a very nice contemporary binding. $4000 - $5000 61 SCRAPBOOKS, [8 X] New Zealand History Eight volumes, each 20cms, each with a different theme all dating from the 1920 and 30’s. Subjects include New Zealand history; The early Missions and Missionaries; Maori history; Nelson and surrounding areas; NZ literature, rare books and collections; Whaling and Maritime history, North and South Island towns. The owners name penned in the front ‘J.M. McKenzie, Boiler Inspector, Wellington. All are in thick black notebooks, with a few marks and scuffing overall VG. $100 62 STUART, ALEXANDER Sir George Grey: His Friends and Foes. A Political Satire. Chch: Lyttelton Times 1882. Cover-title, 12p, 23cms, grey paper covers adverts on back cover. ‘Verses by a supporter on the theme that Sir John Hill borrowed some of Grey’s liberal platform.’ Bagnall 5387 $50

63 SWAINSON, WILLIAM New Zealand and its Colonization. London: Smith Elder and Co 1859. vi, 416p, 24p [adverts], frontis [fldg map], 22cms, bound in original blue boards, blind stamped and gilt titles, light wear, VG copy. Survey written from knowledge gained by the author in leading role in many of the events he describes..Bagnall 5430 $100 - $150 64 Swainson, W. Auckland the Capital of New Zealand and the Country Adjacent: including some account of The Gold Discovery in New Zealand. LN: Smith Elder & Co 1853. xii, 163p, fldg frontis, lacks fldg map, sewing loose. 20.5cms, faded blindstamped boards, lacking top half of spine strip. 2. William Bateman - The Colonist: A work on the Past and Present Position of the Colony of New Zealand. ChCh: J.T. Smith and Co 1881. 486p, tables, 22cms, original maroon cloth, gilt titles. worn at edges. 3. Rev. Richard Taylor - The Past and Present of New Zealand; with its Prospects for the Future. Ln: William Macintosh 1868. viii, 331p, frontis, and llustrations, sewing loose, bound in original maroon cloth, edge wear, spine faded. 4. An Old Colonist - Colonial Experiences; or incidents and reminiscences of thirty four years in New Zealand. 288p. Worn copy. 5. Arthur S. Thomson - The story of New Zealand: Past and Present - Savage and Civilized. In two Volumes. Ln: John Murray 1859. Lacking map at back of Vol.1. and folding frontis torn with loss, else complete. Original worn bindings. $100 - $150 65 tASMAN, ABEL Abel Janszoon Tasman & The Discovery of New Zealand. Well: Department of Internal Affair 1962, produced by Government of New Zealand to Commemorate the Tercentennial of the First Discovery of the Country 1642-1942. 66p, illus and maps. 26cms, original brown paper wrappers, edge wear and chips. 2. Rev Thomas Smith - The Wonders of Nature and Art or a concise account of whatever is most curious and remarkable in the world... Ln: J.Walker 1804. Includes Customs, Manners and Habitations of the Inhabitants of New Zealand [110-120p]. 14.5cms, original full leather boards, rebacked. frontis. 3. A Narrative of Captain Cook’s Voyages Round the World. Derby: Thomas Richardson & Son nd [ca 1860] 4. E.C. Parnell - Stories of the South seas. Oxford University Press. $50 - $100 66 tAYLOR, REV RICHARD The Past and Present of New Zealand; with its Prospects for the Future. Ln: William Macintosh 1868. viii, 331p, frontis and illustrations, clean uncut copy. 23cms, original maroon cloth spine faded. 2. W. Swainson - New Zealand and its Colonization. Ln: Smith, Elder and Co 1859. viii, 416p, 24p of publishers adverts, frontis [fldg map]. 22cms, original blue blindstamped boards, rebacked and using original spine strip, the cloth showing at the hinges faded to white. $100 67 tHOMSON, ARTHUR S. The Story of New Zealand: Past and Present - Savage and Civilized. In two volumes, bound as one. Ln: John Murray 1859. ix, 331p, fldg frontis [folds repaired]; vii, 368p, frontis. Both parts complete with maps, plans and illustrations. Name penned on bottom edge, 19.2cms, bound in 19th century half calf with original title label, spine lightly sunned, VG copy. $200 68 VOGEL, JULIUS The Official Handbook New Zealand A Collection of Papers by Experienced Colonists on the Colony as a Whole and on the Several Provinces. Ln: Wyman & Sons 1873. 272p, includes, photographs, maps and wood engravings. 21.5cms cover title original card covers, cloth spine, a few light marks, VG. $200

69 VOGEL, SIR JULIUS [editor] The Official Handbook. A Collection of Papers by Experienced Colonists on the Colony as a Whole, and on the Several Provinces. Second edition. Ln: Wyman & Sons 1875. x, 272p, complete with engravings, fldg panoramas and fldg maps. Edges of fldg items rubbed, one map with closed tear [no loss]. 21.5cms, bound in original green cloth, gilt titles, rubbed, VG $200 70 VOX POPULI British Despotism in the South Sea Islands, and the Persecution of Mr W. J. Hunt by Sir Arthur Gordon, High Commissioner under the Western Pacific Orders in Council, 1877-79. Well: Printed at the New Zealand Times Office 1883. 46p, lacking paper covers [cover is paginated] adverts. 21.5cms, sewing loose. “Alleged wrongful imprisonment of Hunt and persecution by Sir Arthur Gordon in Fiji. Pamphlet probably by Hunt himself” Bagnall 5765. $50 71


WARD, SIR JOSEPH Original letter and two Pamphlets 1. Letter written on Prime Ministerial letterhead from the Hotel Cecil, Strand, W.C. Dated 9th may 1907. A two page typed letter to Olga James, written in response to a request for an autograph to add to a collection, signed in pen Joseph G. Ward. 2. Sir Joseph Ward; Unauthorized Biography of Sir Joseph Ward, Premier of New Zealand. Auck: N.Z. Leader, nd. Unpaginated 20pp. 23cms, original grey paper covers, VG. 3. Dastardly Attack on Sir Joseph Ward; Mr T.E. Taylor on Political Methods; Lively Scene in Parliament; Sir Joseph Ward Speaks. Ptd by NZ Times Co. Cover titles 15p. All VG. WELLS, B. The History of Taranaki [Plus] New Zealand: Edmondson & Avery 1878. vii, 311p, 22cms, original dark green pebble cloth with gilt titles, unsightly external hinge repairs. 2. Richard Cruise - Journal of a Ten Months Residence in New Zealand. Ln: Longman Hurst etc 1823. iv, errata, 319p, lacking frontis. Browning on endpapers and a sprinkle of foxing throughout. 21.5cms, original HC binding with marbled boards, worn with small loss head of spine. 3. Anthony Trollope - New Zealand and Australia. Ln: Chapman and Hall 1874 and 1875, four volumes bound in two books. Volume. 1 & 2. New Zealand, lacking map; South Australia and Western Australia map [torn, small chips no loss]. Volumes 3 & 4. New South Wales and Queensland, fldg map, [torn with no loss]; Victoria and Tasmania 195p, map torn [mostly missing]. 16.5cms bound in half calf library bindings, soiling. 4. Journal Kept in New Zealand by Ensign Alexander McCrae of the 84th Regiment, together with relevant documents. Well: Govt Ptr 1928. Bulletin of Turnbull Library No.3. 33p, illus, 25cms, original grey cloth black titles, fine. 5. T.M. Hocken - The Early History of New Zealand. Well: Govt Ptr 1914. VH. 6. C.R. Carter - Life and Recollections of a New Zealand Colonist, [written by himself.] Volume III only. Ln: ptd for the author 1875. VG. $200

73 YATE, REV WILLIAM An Account of New Zealand and of the formation and progress of the Church Missionary Society’s Mission in the Northern Island. Ln: R.B. Seeley & W. Burnside 1835, second edition. [10]pp, 310p, complete with plates and map as called for. Presentation library label front endpaper. 20.,5cms, original green cloth with gilt spine titles, spine faded and some edge wear. Good sound copy. $150


Travel & Exploration 74 CHAPMAN, F. SPENCER Lhasa The Holy City [Plus] Ln: Chatto & Windus 1938, first edition. xiv, 342p, colour & B/W plates, fldg map, 24.5cms, light sprinkle of foxing, some pulling at hinges and small tape marks and rubberstamp on endpaper. 24cms, original yellow and blue binding light wear and soiling. 2. William Montgomery McGovern - To Lhasa in Disguise. A secret expedition through mysterious Tibet. Grosset & Dunlap 1924. ix, 1 l., 462p, frontis and illustrations. 23cms, original green cloth, with red hiker. VG. $80 - $100 75 COOK, CAPTAIN JAMES, CAPTAIN JAMES KING A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean Undertaken by the Command of His Majesty, for making Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere. London, Printed by H. Hughs, for G. Nicol and T. Cadell 1785, second edition. Vol.I. lxxxix, [lacks pages to xcvi] 421p, 7 charts and views; Vol.II. 7 l., 548p, 11 charts and views; Vol.III. 7 l., 556p, folding table at end and 6 charts and views. Total of 24 charts and views and 1 folding table. Some old damp damage causing light tide marks and wrinkling up to the end of the introduction to Vol.1. otherwise a few creases, contents mostly clean a little foxing as usual. Rebound in 20th century quarter leather with title labels. $800 - $1000 76 COOK, CAPTAIN JAMES, and CAPTaIN JAMES KING A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean Undertaken by Command of his Majesty, for making Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere ... 4 volumes, Volumes 1 Ln: Printed for John Fielding 1785; Vol. II Dublin Ptd for Messrs Price, Whitestone, Chamberlaine [etc] 1781; Vol. III and IV London: Printed for John Stockdale 1784. Vol.I. xii, 370p, large fldg chart, 17 plates. Vol II. xii, 359p, 11 plates; Vol. III. xii, 400p, 16 plates including fldg plate ‘The death of Captain Cook and 1 fldg chart; Vol IV. xii, 310p, [38]p index, [32]p, 4 plates. All plates present as called for in Vol.IV. 21.7cms all uniformly bound in an 18th century binding with original title labels, an early variant set of Cook’s Third Voyage with some offsetting to the plates, and with the book plate of Lanner House on all front endpapers. Overall in VG condition. $800 77 COOKE, CAPTAIN EDWARD A Voyage to the South Sea and Round the world, perform’d in the years 1708, 1709, 1710, and 1711: Containing a journal of all memorable transactions during the said voyage... the taking of towns of Puna and Guayaquil, and several prizes... A description of the American coasts, from Tierra del Fuego in the south to California in the north... An historical account of those countries from the best authors ... Wherein an account is given of Mr Alexander Selkirk ... during the four years and four months he liv’d upon the uninhabited islands of Juan Fernandes... London: Printed by H.M. for B. Lintot and R. Gosling [etc] 1712, first edition. [24], 456p, [12] pp 16 maps and plates, some abraided at edges, some fldg [lacking four], light browning to text and a few contemporary notations to plates and margins, text block has been trimmed. Bound in a 19th century half calf binding both boards detached and spine strip half missing. The first true edition of the source material for Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe. According to Hill ‘the account by Rogers [the second edition] does not contain the translation of the Spanish manuscript describing the west coast for Terra del Fuefo to California, here profusely illustrated with woodcut outlines of the land nor does it contain the large number of plates of Cooke’s narrative. It is generally accepted that Daniel defoe used this account of Alexander Selkirk’s years on Juan Fernandez island for his “Robinson Crusoe”, as it was the first book containing it’. Hill p64. $1500 - $2000 78 GRIMBLE, ARTHUR A Pattern of Islands Ln: John Murray 1952, first edition. viii. 250p, illustrated, double page. 22cms, original turquoise cloth faded at top and bottom edge, in unclipped DJ rubbed at spine ends, VG. Classic travel autobiography set in the Gilbert and Ellice Islands of the Central Pacific. Scarce. $50 - $75


HARRER, HEINRICH [signed] Seven Years in Tibet NY: E.P. Dutton and Co 1954, first edition, signed in H Harrer in English and Tibetan, verso of double illustrated title page. xv, 314p. Illustrations and map. 22cms, original publishers black cloth with red cloth spine, small patch of fading, DJ spine faded and a few small nicks. VG copy. $200


HEDIN, SVEN Central Asia and Tibet Towards the Holy City of Lassa. Ln: Hurst and Blackett; NY: Charles Scribners 1903. Two volumes, Vol.1. xvii, 3p, 608p, 3 fldg maps. Vol.2. xiv, 1 l., 664p, 1 fldg map, both volumes with frontis, plates [including colour] and illustrations. 25cms bound in maroon publishers cloth with gilt illustrated boards and titles. Spines lightly faded, VG set. $100 - $150


HEDIN, SVEN Trans-Himalaya Discoveries and Adventures in Tibet. Ln: Macmillans Colonial Library edition 1909. Two volumes, vol. 1. xiv, 442p, Vol.2. vii, 450p, both vols illustrated and with publishers adverts, foxing front, back and foredges. 19.5cms original dark blue ribbed cloth, gilt titles, VG. $40 - $60


HOLDICH, SIR THOS Tibet the Mysterious Ln: Alston Rivers [1904] first edition. 356p, complete with plates and maps including large fldg colour map. 23cms, original green cloth with titles and illustration, recased with new endpapers, edgewear, light marks and slight bubbling of the cloth at spine. A historical survey Tibet and European explorations to that country. $50 - $75

83 LAMBERT, C and S The Voyage of the ‘Wanderer’ from the letters and journals of C & S Lambert. London: McMillan and Co 1883. Edited by Gerald Young. xxp, 335p, frontis and wood engravings, colour plates fldg map. Light foxing on endpapers, 26cms, original blue cloth with gilt spine titles and colour pictorial paste downs on both covers, worn at hinges and edges. $100 - $150 84 LANDON, PERCEVAL Lhasa [2 volumes] An Account of the Country and People of Central Tibet and of the Progress of the Mission sent by the English Government in the Year 1903-4. Ln: Hurst and Blackett Ltd 1905, Colonial Edition. Two volumes. Both volumes complete with all illustrations and maps. Owners name ‘F.H. Wollaston Rifle Brigade, Dthalla Aden April 1905’ on endpaper of both volumes. Sprinkle of foxing mostly on endpapers, 24.5cms bound in original maroon publishers cloth with gilt and black titles, a few marks and light edge wear, VG set. Account of the British Expedition to Tibet led by F.E. Younghusband. Landon accompanied the expedition as correspondent of the ‘Times’. Despatched on orders from Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India they were instructed to establish diplomatic relations with the government of Tibet and resolve disputes over the Sikkim-Tibet Border. Armed conflicts erupted resulting in the massacre of hundreds of Tibetan soldiers, no match for a professional army with modern rifles and machine guns. Some five thousand Tibetans lost their lives while the total British casualities was about 5. Wikipedia. $300 - $500 85 LANDOR, A HENRY SAVAGE In the Forbidden Land An account of a journey in Tibet, capture by the Tibetan authorities imprisonment, torture, and ultimate release. In two volumes. Ln: William Heinemann 1898. Vol.1. xx, 320p, colour frontis and 4 colour plates, illustrations and fldg map. Vol. II. xvi, 263p, colour frontis and 3 colour plates, illustrations and fldg map. Some foxing front and back pages, contents generally clean, signature front endpaper. 23cms, bound in original green decorative cloth binding with with gilt and black titles. Bindings worn and rubbed but bindings sound. A classic travel narrative of the author’s journey in Tibet. Many of the plates are from drawings by Landor, he travelled with two native porters into then unknown lands of the high Himalayas and places never before reached by Europeans. $100

86 LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE Tibet & Nepal painted and described. Ln: A & C Black 1905. x, 233p, frontis and colour plates, fldg map. 22.5cms, original decorative blue publisher’s cloth with black titles. Spine discoloured and light wear. $100 87 MERRICK, HENRIETTA SANDS [inscribed] In the World’s Attic NY & Ln: G.P. Putnam’s Sons 1931, first edition. Inscribed by author on front free endpaper. xxii, 259p, colour frontis, illustrated, some in colour, fldg map. 24cms, original red cloth with gilt titles, VG. Narrative account of author’s travels across the Himalayas. Map depicts the women’s route through the mountains. 2. L. Austine Waddell - Lhasa and its Mysteries, with a record of the expedition of 1903-1904. Ln: Methuen & Co 1929, fourth edition. xx, 530p, 1 l., complete with plates, illustrations and maps. Signature and numbers on front endpaper, contents clean. Bound in grey cloth with red titles and illustrations. A few very small nicks in the cloth and light foxing to spine. Good tight copy. $60 - $100 88

PLYMIRE, DAVID High Adventure in Tibet Springfield, Missouri, Gospel Publishing House 1959, first edition. xi, 1 l.,225p, frontis and illustrations,20cms, bound in original brown leatherette, light wear and in DJ in protective mylar. VG. 2. William Dixon Bell - The Secret of Tibet. Chicago: The Goldsmith Publishing Co 1938, first edition. 251p, 19.5cms, original red illustrated cloth with black titles and in DJ, browning else a near fine copy. $40 - $60

89 RIJNHART, SUSIE CARSON With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple [Plus two] Narrative of Four Years Residence on the Tibetan Border and of a Journey into the Far Interior. Fleming H. Revell Company 1901. 4 l., 406p, frontis, illustrations, fldg map,20cms, original brown decorative cloth with dark brown titles, light soiling to covers else VG. 2. Gordon B. Enders & Edward Anthony - Nowhere Else in the World. NY: Farrar & Rinehart 1935. x, 434p, B/W illustrations with descriptions. A long inscription by Gordon Enders on the fly leaf dated 1938. 24cms, in original light beige cloth, some discolouration, inside hinges cracked. In DJ rubbed at edges and spine faded. 3. George N. Patterson - Tibetan Journey. London: Faber and Faber 1954. 232p, maps & illustrated with photographs. Neat inscription front endpaper, 22.5cms, original pink cloth, VG, DJ repaired and has loss to spine title. 90 YOUNGHUSBAND, SIR FRANCIS Kashmir [Plus one] Painted by Major E. Molyneux D.S.O. Ln: Adam and Charles Black 1909. xv, 283p, colour frontis and plates, fldg map at end. 22.5cms, bound in elaborate ‘persian’ pattern cloth binding with gilt titles. A VG near fine copy. 2. James Milne - The Road to Kashmir. Ln: H & S [1929], handwritten inscription on fly leaf. ix, 160p, frontis and illustrated. Sprinkle of foxing front and back pages else clean.22.5cms, yellow cloth with gilt titles, foxed, DJ enclosed split down hinge with small losses $125 - $150

Natural History 91 BEATTIE, HERRIES 4 Titles 1. The Moa. When Did it Become Extinct? Maori traditions and Pakeha Conjectures. Dn: ODT & Witness nd. Signed by author. 46p, original paper covers, near fine. 2. Visit Manapouri. Dn: ODT & Witness 1949. 12p, illus, paper covers, fine. 3. European Place-Names in Southern New Zealand. Reprinted from Mataura Ensign 1912. Inscribed by author to M. Vance. 20p, Dn: ODT & Witness 1947. 158p, original paper covers, VG near fine. 4. Early Runholding in Otago. $100 - $150

92 FEATON, MR AND MRS E.H. The Art Album of New Zealand Flora; Being a Systematic and Popular Description of the Native Flowering Plants of New Zealand and the Adjacent Islands. Well: Bock and Cousins 1889. Volume 1. [the second volume was never published.] Complete with 40 chromolithographs with descriptive letterpress. 31 cms, bound in original dark green cloth with gilt titles and decorative black rules, some light mottling. VG. $600 92.1 GOLDSMITH, OLIVER A History of the Earth and Animated Nature. Glasgow etc: Blackie & Son 1872. Two volumes. Black & white and hand coloured illustrations in both volumes including two portraits and title page vignettes. 25cms, bound in full leather with cross hatch pattern on boards and decorative gilt titles, morocco labels. Light wear, VG set. $150 - $250 93 GUTHRIE-SMITH, H. Tutira The story of a New Zealand sheep Station. Ln: Blackwood 1926, 2nd ed.xxvii, 405p, frontis, plates and maps. Neat signature on endpaper. 25.5cms, blue publisher’s cloth, light edges wear and a few marks. 2. Sorrows and Joys of a New Zealand Naturalist. Dn etc: Reed 1936, No.354 of 1,000 signed copies. 22cms, original dark green cloth spine faded. 3. Bird Life on Island and Shore - Ln: Blackwood 1925. 22cms, Newspaper clippings on endpaper, original green cloth with gilt titles, and in torn DJ, VG. 4. Mutton Birds and Other Birds. ChCh: W & T 1914. 22cms, Original green cloth with gilt, VG. 5. Birds of the Water, Wood & Waste. Well etc: 1910. Inscribed by author. viii, 196p, frontis and illustrations, 22cms, orignal green cloth with gilt, some mottling, tidy copy. $100 94

HETLEY, MRS CHARLES The Native Flowers of New Zealand illustrated in colours in the best style of modern chromo -litho art, from drawings by Mrs Charles Hetley. Ln: Sampson Low 1888. 2 p.l., 8p, [1]p, 36 colour plates with 36 l. of descriptive letterpress, diagrams on 3 l., the plates by Leighton bros. Exlib with paper library labels on front paste downs, small paper number labels on front boards and numbered on front endpapers. Some light browning, leaves are loose and a few frayed at lower margins. 36.5cms, As first issued in three parts in pale blue papered boards worn at edges and spine. $400 - $600

95 NATURAL HISTORY BOOKLETS [8xs] 1. T.H. Potts - Out in the Open. 301p. lacks title page and one leaf 111/112, illustrated and includes the portrait of a Moriori, January 1979. Rebound with green cloth spine using original pictorial boards. Good reading copy. B.E. Baughan 2. A River of Pictures and Peace. W & T 3. Arthurs Pass and the Otira Gorge. W & T 1925. 4. The Finest Walk in the World. W & T Edith Howes 5. & 6. Two copies of Where the Bell-Birds Chime. W & T 7. R.M. Laing - New Zealand Wild Flowers. 8. A.S. Wohlmann - The Mineral Waters and Health resorts of New Zealand. Part 1. Rotorua. Wll: Govt Ptr 1905. All in their original card covers, a few chips and some fading, overall VG. $100

Sport & Recreation 96 APPERLEY, C.J. Nimrod Abroad Ln: Henry Colburn 1843, 2 volumes. Vol.1. x, 285p [1]p adverts. Vol.2. viii. 306p. 21cms, bound in the original blindstamped boards and gilt titles and decorative spine, light fading and marks, a VG set in the original cloth. Includes, deer stalking in India, Elk hunting, Arab horses and horse breeding in France. Scarce in this condition. $100 - $150 97 BAILLIE-GROHMAN, W.A. Sport in the Alps, in the Past and Present. An Account of the chase of the chamois red deer, bouquetin roe deer ... Ln: A & C Black 1896. xv, 356p, adverts at end, frontis, plates and text illustrations. 23cms, top edge gilt, edges dusty, sprinkle of foxing and inside hinges cracked, bound in original blue cloth with gilt and illustration, white title label. cloth mottled and worn at edges and hinges. $50 - $75 98 CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Jubilee Meeting 1854 -1904 Old Time Racing Records and a Brief History of the Club by G.R.H. ChCh: ChCh Press Co 1904.68, 21cms, bound in paper covered boards with titles and cloth spine, spine worn and abraided, marginal old damp damage to base, contents, VG. $60 - $100 99 CARMAN,, MASTERS, SWAN The Rugby Almanack of New Zealand [28x] 28 Issues from 1948 to 1972 there are four of 1948; two 1949; two 1951; one 1952; one 1954; three 1955; two 1957; three 1958; one 1960; two 1961; one 1964; three 1963; two 1965; one 1972. Condition varies, all have original paper covers and are mostly VG. $150 -$200 100 DIXON, GEORGE H. The Triumphant Tour of the N.Z. Footballers 1905. From Notes by George H. Dixon Manager of the Team. Wellington & Auckland: Geddis & Blomfield 1906. xvi, 175p, xvii xlviiip. illustrations, adverts front and back. 22cms, rebound in boards with the original pictorial front and back covers laid on, black cloth spine. VG. Contains extensive notes, profiles of the team and details of all the matches played. $300 - $500 101 GARDINER, HUGH Skyways of Maoriland. [signed] Foreword by Sir Charles Kingsford Smith. Well: McKenzie, Thornton, Cooper 1934. Inscribed by author on endpaper, [12]p, 160p, Illustrations from photos,19cms, green cloth with gilt titles, DJ, chipped at spine. VG. $50 - $75 102 MANNERING, G.E. Eighty Years in New Zealand. Embracing Fifty Years of New zealand Fishing. ChCh: Simpson and Williams 1943. 255p, illustrated, 22cms, grey cloth, red titles, fine in DJ, with closed tear. 103 NEPIA, GEORGE, and TERRY McLEAN I, George Nepia [signed] The Golden years of Rugby. Well: Reed 1963 rep. Inscribed by Geo Nepia on front endpaper. Bound in original red boards and in DJ, rubbed at edges. In protective cover, VG $100 104 SENIOR, WILLIAM Travel and Trout in the Antipodes. An Angler’s Sketches in Tasmania and New Zealand. Ln: Chatto and Windus 1880. xii, 315p, 32p of publishers ads at end. 20cms, name cut from top of title page, front inside hinge reinforced with cloth, a few spots mostly clean, bound in original blue cloth with decorative gilt and green titles. some light soiling, fraying at spine ends and edge wear. $150 - $200










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105 SNELL PETER, GARTH GILMOUR No Bugles No Drums [signed] Auckland: Minerva 1965, first edition, signed by both authors on title page. 4 l., 240p, frontis and illustrations. 22cms, original red papered boards, gilt titles, DJ edges rubbed, VG copy. $50 - $80

113 FORD, ROBERT Wind Between the Worlds NY: David McKay Company 1957. v, 1 l., 338p, 21cms, original turquoise publishers cloth and in DJ with protective mylar, VG. Also enclosed are two letter hand written by Robert Ford to the vendor.

106 SPACKMAN, W.H. Trout in New Zealand Where to go and how to catch them. Well: Govt Ptr 1892. [1] l, iip, 99p, 2 plates [Otago Trout] and 2 fldg maps [repair to map at end, no loss.] 21cms, a few spots and light browning, original blue cloth with gilt titles, worn at hinges and edges. $200

114 GREEN, WILLIAM SPOTSWOOD The High Alps of New Zealand or a trip to the glaciers of the antipodes with an ascent of Mount Cook. Ln: Macmillan 1883. xiv [1] l.,350p, 30p [adverts], frontis, 4 maps [1 fldg]. Contemporary owner’s details verso of frontis, 20 cms, bound in original red publisher’s cloth with gilt spine titles, spine faded and ends fraying, else VG. $100 - $150

107 STEAD, RICHARD Adventures on the High Mountains. Romantic incidents & Peril of Travel, Sport and Exploration throughout the World. Ln: Seeley and Co 1908. xi, 328p, frontis and plates. Some foxing throughout, contemporary inscription, 20cms, bound in a very decorative illustrated binding in fine condition. $50 - $60

Mountaineering World & NZ 108 BREASHEARS DAVID, and AUDREY SALKELD Last Climb The Legendary Everest Expeditions of George Mallory. Washington: National Geographic 1999. 240p, plates from photographs, some colour, all edges gilt, bookmark, bound in maroon leatherette wih gilt titles and laid on illustration. fine copy. 109 BRUCE, BRIG-GEN C.G. The Assault on Mount Everest 1922. Ln: Edward Arnold 1924, 2nd impression. xi, 339p, 1p. frontis, plates and two folding maps. Some foxing on front and back pages, 26cms, original burgundy publishers cloth, with gilt titles. VG. $200 - $250 110 DINGLE, GRAEME [3 titles] Two Against the Alps. [signed] W & T 1972, first edition, inscribed front endpaper to Sir Arthur and Lady Porritt with thanks and best wishes from Graeme Dingle June 1972. Illustrations and photographs, fldg map. 22cms, blue boards with small tape marks, DJ with short tear and light rubbing, VG. 2. Wall of Shadows, Jannu the New Zealand Adventure. Auck: H & S 1976, signed on title page Graeme Dingle. Illustrations and maps. 24cms, DJ, VG copy. 3. Dingle, Discovering the Sense in Adventure. Nelson: Craig Potton 2005, signed by Graeme Dingle on title page. Illustrated card covers, fine copy. $100 - $150 111 DU FAUR, FREDA The Conquest of Mount Cook and Other Climbs An Account of Four Seasons Mountaineering on the Southern Alps of New Zealand. Ln: George Allen & Unwin 1915, first edition. xv, 25op. 1 l., frontis, illustrated, top edge gilt, sprinkle of light foxing, some localised flecking to the boards, corners a little bumped and light edge wear. A very nice copy. ‘MIss du Faur was an Australian who made many notable climbs during the years 1909-1913, in particular the first traverse of the summit ridge of Mount Cook...’ Neate D53. $300 - $400 112 EDMUND, SIR EDMUND, and GEORGE LOWE East of Everest [signed] An Account of the New Zealand Alpine Club Himalayan Expedition to the Barun Valley in 1954. NY: E.P. Dutton and Co [1956], first edition. Signed by Ed Hillary and by George Lowe on title page. 70p of text, 48p of images from photographs. 25cms, in original blue cloth with gilt rules and titles, In DJ, neat tape repair and rubbing to spine.VG copy. $300

115 HARPER, ARTHUR P. Pioneer Work in the Alps of New Zealand. a record of the first explorations of the chief glaciers and ranges of the Southern Alps: with maps and illustrations... London: T. Fisher Unwin 1896, Colonial Edition. Association copy. xvi, 336p, 40 plates, illus, fldg map [detached and frayed and misfolded]. 22cms, browning on endpapers and paper cracked at front hinge, light browning and a sprinkle of foxing, bound in original maroon cloth, gilt titles, front and spine, light fading and wear. VG copy. This is a presentation copy to the author’s sister, hand written inscription on half title ‘Joanna Harper from the publisher Dec.12. 1896’ , it was inherited by her grandson, the Rev C.J. Coney with his inscription on front endpaper he further states ‘Arthur Harper was my grandmother’s brother. For years I owned his Alpenstock which I donated to the New Zealand authorities - see letters enclosed. C.T.C.’ . Two letters loosely enclosed thanking Coney for his donation, from the Canterbury Museum and the NZ Alpine Club with a photocopy of of the newspaper article in Canterbury Press regarding the donation. $400 - $500 116 HILLARY, EDMUND From the Ocean to the Sky. [two signed copies] Ln: H & S 1979. Signed Ed Hillary on title page. Light foxing 24cms, grey boards with gilt titles, DJ small chip and edges rubbed. VG. 2. From the Ocean to the Sky. NY: The Viking Press 1979. Signed Ed Hillary on title page. A fine copy in fine DJ. $100 - $150 117 HILLARY, EDMUND High Adventure Ln: H & S 1955. Signed Ed Hillary on front endpaper. 225p, illustrated, 21cms, original blue cloth, a little marginal fading, DJ near fine copy. $100 - $150 118 HILLARY, EDMUND High Adventure [Signed] Ln: H & S 1955, first edition. 225p, illustrated, 21cms, original blue cloth, small margin of fading top edge, DJ in protective cover, signed E.P. Hillary on front endpaper. VG. $200 119 HILLARY, EDMUND High in the Thin Cold Air. Ln: H & S 1962, 1st ed, signed on the title page Ed Hillary. a fine copy in a VG dust jacket, $150 - $200 120 HILLARY, EDMUND AND PETER Two Generations [signed] Ln: H & S 1984, first edition. Signed on front endpaper by Ed Hillary and Peter Hillary. 24cms, fine copy in a fine DJ. $60-$100 121 HILLARY, LOUISE [2 titles] Keep Calm if you Can [Signed] Round the World with the Hillary Family. Ln: H & S 1964. Signed Louise Hillary on title page. Some marginal light foxing and browning, green boards gilt titles, and in DJ. VG. 2. High Time. Ln etc: H & S 1973. Blue papered boards, gilt titles, near fine copy in a VG DJ. $100 - $150

122 HILLARY, PETER Rimo [plus 2 others, signed] Mountain on the Silk Road. Ln: H & S 1988. Signed Peter Hillary on title page. Fine copy in fine DJ. 2. Peter Hillary and John Elder - In the Ghost Country: A Lifetime Spent on the Edge. NY etc: Free Press 2003. Signed on title page by both authors. Fine copy in a fine DJ. 3. Peter Hillary - A Sunny Day in the Himalayas. Auck: H & S 1980. Blue boards, white titles, VG, DJ rubbed at spine ends. $60 - $80 123 HILLARY, SIR EDMUND No Latitude for Error Ln: H & S 1961, first edition. Signed Ed Hillary on title page, 255p, illustrated. Owner’s details on front endpaper, 23cms, a VG near fine copy. $80 - $120 124 HILLARY, SIR EDMUND Schoolhouse in the Clouds [signed] Ln: H & S 1954, signed E.P. Hillary on title page. xi, 180p, colour illustrations, 22cms, light browning on endpapers, a near fine copy in a VG DJ. $80 - $120 125 HOWARD-BURY, LIEUT-COL C.K. Mount Everest The Reconnaissance 1921. London: Edward Arnold & Co 1922, first edition. xi, 356p, complete with frontis, plates and fldg maps. 26cms, original dark blue cloth with gilt titles, a very small nick at top of the front hinge. VG. The author led the expedition. This book and the two others recounting the stories of the 1922 and 1924 expeditions form a very handsome record of the courage and daring of the early Everesters’ Neate H120 $300 126 HUNT, JOHN Our Everest Adventure [signed] The pictorial history from Kathmandu to the summit. England: Brockhampton Press 1954. Signed by Ed Hillary on title page. 128p, illustrated, sprinkle of foxing mostly on margins, 25cms pictorial boards and DJ, with small signature on DJ both with sprinkle of foxing. $50 - $100 127 HUNT JOHN, GREGORY ALFRED The Picture of Everest [signed] E.P. Dutton 1954. Signed on title page Ed Hillary. Full page full colour illustrations from photographs of Nepal and Mt Everest taken by members of the British Mount Everest Expedition 1953. 28cms, original cream boards with decorative gilt, light foxng. A VG copy in a fine DJ. $100 128 KEISER ANNE B., CYNTHIA RUSS RAMSAY Sir Edmund Hillary [signed] Plus The People of Everest. Kansas City: Andrews McMeel 2002. Signed Ed Hillary on title page. 174p, colour illustrations from photographs throughout. 31cms, DJ fine copy. 2. Sir Edmund Hillary - View from the Summit. Doubleday 1999, signed Ed Hillary on title page. 310p, illustrated 24cms, DJ, fine copy. $100 - $200 129 LOWE, GEORGE Because it is There. [signed] [Plus one] Ln: Cassell 1959, first edition, signed George Lowe on title page. Sprinkle of foxing on endpapers and edges, 22cms, spotting on spine and light edge wear, in DJ, edges worn. 2. Wilfrid Noyce - South Col. One man’s adventure on the Ascent of Everest. Heinemann 1954. Corner cut from front free endpaper, 22cms bound in blue cloth, gilt titles, VG, DJ chips at spine ends. $60 - $100 130 MOODIE, SARAH, [signed by Hillary and Dingle] OPC; The Adventure Starts Here 25 Years of the Sir Edmund Hillary Outdoor Pursuits Centre of New Zealand. 1998. Inscribed on title page ‘To Derek Thanks for what you’ve done for the Foundation, Ed Hillary’ also signed by Graeme Dingle. 151p, illustrated throughout. 26cms, DJ, fine copy. $100

131 MULGREW, PETER No Place for Men [signed] [Plus] Well: Reed 1964, signed on title page by Ed Hillary and June Mulgrew. 22cms, blue boards, gilt titles, patch of fading at spine ends. else VG, DJ chips and rubbed at edges. 2. The Gentleman’s Magellan. A Voyage of Discovery Around Cape Horn. Auck: Morris/Cobb Publications 1974. Inscribed by Peter Mulgrew on half title.v26.5cms, blue papered boards, VG, in DJ, lightly shelf faded. 3. Michael Gill - Mountain Midsummer. Climbing in Four Continents. Ln: H & S 1969. Signed on title Michael Gill. Tape marks on endpapers, 22cms, black boards, gilt titles, VG & in VG DJ. 4. Linda Gill - Fiji in Search of an Island. Auck: H & S 1986. Signed by Ed Hillary and by Linda Gill. Illustrated, 25cms with card covers VG. $60 - $100 132 NOEL, CAPTAIN J.B.L. Through Tibet to Everest Ln: Edward Arnold & Co 1927, first edition. 302p, 16p [publishers adverts], frontis, illustrations. 21.5cms, original blue publishers cloth with gilt titles, some bumping and wear to spine ends, school prize label front endpaper else VG copy. ‘Account of the first three attempts on Everest by the photographer to the 1922 and 1924 expeditions’. Neate N22. Scarce. $150 133 NORTON, LIEUT-COL E.F. The Fight for Everest 1924 London: Edward Arnold & Co 1925, first edition. xi, 372p, frontis, plate [some colour, one double page] and large fldg map at end. Lacking plate facing p124. Small neat signature on front endpaper, 26cms, original dark green cloth with gilt titles, spine ends fraying and light edge wear, in protective mylar. Newspaper clippings loosely enclosed. This mountaineering classic is the third of three works recounting the British Everest Expeditions of 1921, 1922 and 1924. It includes contributions by many of the expedition members, including its leader E.F. Norton and General H.G. Bruce. It was during this expedition that Mallory and Irvine made their last attempt on the summit only to disappear in a storm at 28,000 feet. Their attempt is documented by N.E. Odell who from afar watched their progress towards the summit and was the last to sight them. $200 - $300 134 RUTTLEDGE, HUGH Everest 1933. London: H & S 1934. xv, 390p, frontis, plates, 4 maps [3 fldg]. Penned presentation inscription and signatures on front endpaper, Original dark blue cloth 8cm split at back hinge, wear at spine ends and patches of light mottling. DJ in protective mylar with small losses and rubbed. 135 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO, CATALOGUE Camping Tips from Sir Edmund Hillary 18p catalogue of camping equipment with illustrations. No date circa late 1960’s. Foreword ‘How to Get the Most Fun Out of Camping’ by E.P. Hillary. 21cms, illustrated paper covers, with image of Hillary on front VG. $50 - $100 136 SHIPTON, ERIC The Mount Everest Reconnaissance [PLus] Expedition 1951. Ln: H & S [1952]. 128p, Black and white photographic illustrations. Small signature on front endpaper and light browning, contents clean. 27cms, a near fine copy in a VG DJ. 2. Frank Smythe - The Mountain Vision. Ln: H & S 1950 [4th impression]. 22.5cms, original blue cloth in a VG DJ. 3. The Kangchenjunga Adventure. H & S 1946. 18cms, DJ, VG. 4. Behold the Mountains. NY: Chanticleer Press 1949. 29cms, in DJ torn with no loss. VG. 5. Snow on the Hill. Ln: A & C Black 1946. DJ. VG. 5. Eric Shipton1951. Ln: H & S [1952]. 128p, Black and white photographic illustrations. Small signature on front endpaper and light browning, contents clean. 27cms, a near fine copy in a VG DJ. $50 - $100 137 SHIPTON, ERIC The Mount Everest Reconnaissance Expedition 1951. Ln: H & S [1952]. 128p, Black and white photographic illustrations. Small signature on front endpaper and light browning, contents clean. 27cms, a near fine copy in a VG DJ. $40 - $60

138 tURNER, SAMUEL My Climbing Adventures in Four Continents T. Fisher Unwin 1913, 2nd impression. 283p, complete with frontis and plates. Browning on endpapers and sprinkle of foxing mostly on edges. Original pictorial binding with white titles, spine and small patch front boards faded, back corner knocked. Good tight copy. $50 139 YOUNGHUSBAND, SIR FRANCIS [2 titles] Everest: The Challenge Ln: Thomas Nelson and Sons 1936. ix, 1p, 243p, frontis, plates and maps, some light spasmodic browning. 22.5cms, original green cloth with gilt titles, light mark front board [from price sticker] else VG. 2. The Light of Experience. A Review of some Men and Events of my Time. London: Constable and Co 1927. 305p, 1 l., [adverts], book plate and neat signature front endpaper. 23cms, maroon cloth with gilt titles, VG. $60 - $80

Private Press 140 DARWIN, CHARLES Three Letters from Charles Darwin Dunedin: Otakou Press 2009. Hand printed by John Holmes at the Frayed Frisket Press Dunedin and Bound by the University Library Press, No 87 of 120 copies. Frontis photo, unpaginated, [8] l., 20.5cms, bound in brown cloth with whitepaper title label. Fine. $40 - $60 141 DUGGAN, MAURICE A Voice for the Minotaur [Plus one] Selected Poems, Edited by Ian Richards. Auckland The Holloway Press 2001. Limited, No 67 of 150 copies. Designed, printed and bound by Tara McLeod. Frontis photograph of Maurice Duggan by Marti Friedlander. 23.5cms, bound in quarter green cloth, cream papered boards, black and red titles, fine. 2. R.A.K MASON - Four Short Stories 1931-35. Auckland The Holloway Press 2003. Limited, No 116 of 150 copies. Designed, printed and bound by Tara McLeod. Frontis [photo] and illustrations, 23.5cms, bound in tan paper wrappers with black titles and red illustration, fine. 3. Wystan Curnow: Pictures and Prose - Castor Bay. Auckland The Holloway Press 1996. Limited, No 91 of 100 copies. Designed by Alan Loney, printed and bound by Peter H. Hughes. Oblong 12.5 x 16.5cms, bound in green wrappers, fine. $60 - $100 142 GORDON, PAMELA, & DENIS HAROLD [edits] Dear Charles Dear Janet: Frame and Brasch in Correspondence. Auckland The Holloway Press 2010. Limited No14 of 150 copies, designed and printed by Tara McLeod. Frontis [photo of Frame, Brasch & C.K. Stead], 24cms, bound in quarter maroon cloth with linen boards and paper title label. Fine. $75 - $100 143 HOTERE, RALPH, and BILL MANHIRE Pine Dunedin: Otakau Press 2005. ‘This book has been devised by Ralph Hotere, Bill Manhire and Brendan O’Brien and hand printed on a Vandercook press at the Otakau Press at the University of Otago, Dunedin, Winter 2005. The poems [16] have been handwritten by Ralph Hotere in August 2005 and printed from polymer blocks.... ‘. Bound in black card wrapper printed in white, double set of brown hand made paper endpapers, fore edges untrimmed and hand sewn. 2. Bill Culbert and Ralph Hotere - Fault. Wellington City Council 1994. Frontis photo by Patrick Reynolds, unpaginated [10] l., Oblong 15 x 18cms, black wrappers, VG. $200 - $250 144 HOWARD, DAVID You’re So Pretty When You’re Unfaithful to Me Auckland The Holloway Press 2012. Limited No 27 of 75 copies signed by Howard and Ranson. Designed and printed by Tara McLeod. 21cms, bound in cream papered boards, red cloth spine, black titles and red line, a fine copy. $100

145 HYDE, ROBIN The Victory Hymn 1935-1995 With an essay by Michele Leggott. Auckland The Holloway Press 1995. Limited, No 90 of 100 copies. Designed and bound by Alan Loney and printed by John Denny at Puriri Press. 29.5cms, bound in red papered boards with blue cloth spine and gilt titles front board and paper title to spine. Fine copy. $80 - $120 146 PAUL, JANET Poems and Drawings Wellington: Fernbank Studio2014. No 42 of a limited edition of 85 copies, signed, designed, printed and bound by Brendan O’Brien. Illustrated, 26cms, pale blue wrappers, fine. $100 - $150 147 PRIESTLEY, J.B. A Visit to New Zealand. London: Heinemann 1974. No. 237 of a de luxe limited edition of 260 copies of which 250 for sale, signed by author. xii, 156p, colour illustrations. 24cms, bound in full leather with gilt titles and lines, marbled endpapers by Hedley’s Bookshop, Masterton. In slipcase. $50 148 PRIESTLEY, J.B. The Prince of Pleasure Ln: Arcadia Press 1970. Ltd Ed of 265 copies of which 251-265 are not for sale. This edition bound and designed by Zaehnsdorf London. Copy is number 15 signed by author. 304p, illustrated, all edges gilt, 25.5cms, beautifully bound in blue crushed morocco with colour onlays, gilt rules and elaborate gilt turnins, in original blue cloth slip case, fine copy. $300 - $500 149 WEDDE, IAN Pathway To The Sea Cover by Ralph Hotere. Hawk Press, Taylors Mistake 1975. Limited edition of 200 copies. 28cms, bound in card wrappers with red titles, near fine. $80-$100 150 WOLFSKEHL, KARL Under New Stars German and English. Auckland The Holloway Press 2012. Limited No 15 of 90 copies. Printed by Tara McLeod. Includes 3 real photographs and an illustration by Leo Bensemann, 24cms, bound in black cloth with silver blocked initials on the cover. ‘Karl Wolfskehl [1869-1948] was a German Jewish poet, author and intellectual. He was in his 70th year when he arrived in NZ, a war refugee forced to start a new life....Wolfskehl found it difficult to acclimatise to the relatively less developed cultural and intellectual environemt in Auckland and yet continued to write producing some of his best work here....’ Holocaust Centre of New Zealand $100

New Zealand Wars 151 BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY, PAPERS Further Papers relating to the Recent Disturbances in New Zealand. London H.M.S.O 1862. vi, 98p, large folding, ‘Map of North Island, New Zealand by John Arrowsmith . Shewing the relative amount of Native and Ceded Lands’. Inset map showing ‘The Relative amount of Native and Ceded Lands in the Province of Taranaki’. 61 x 48cms. Includes letters, despatches, statistical notes relating to the Maoris and their territory by Charles Heaphy. etc. 33cms, original blue paper covers. some edge chips and spine worn. $300 152 BURROWS, REV. R. Heke’s War Extracts From a Diary kept by the Rev.R. Burrows during Heke’s War in the North, in 1845. Auck: Upton and Co 1886. 58p, 22cms, original paper covers with black decorative titles, some light discolouration, a VG copy. $100

153 COWAN, JAMES The New Zealand Wars A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period. Well: Govt Ptr 1922 & 1923, first edition. Vol.1. [1845-1864] xx, 459p; Vol.2. The Hauhau Wars, 1864-1872. Both complete with illustrations and plans. 22cms, original red cloth with black titles, spines faded else VG. $150 - $200 154 FOX, WILLIAM The War in New Zealand. Ln: Smith Elder 1966. Frontis [plan], xvi, 268p, 2 fldg maps, Some foxing mostly front and back pages, 19.5cms, bound in original green cloth with gilt titles, rubbed, with wear at edges. Includes the Volkner killing and the conclusion of the 1865 East coast campaign. $75 - $100 155 FOX, WILLIAM The War in New Zealand. Ln: Smith Elder and Co 1866. xvi, 268p, frontis [plan], fldg map, errata slip, 2 fldg maps.190.5cms, bound in 19th century HC binding with tan cloth boards and marbled endpapers. Mark across top margin of front board, but overall an attractive copy. $150 156 GUDGEON, THOMAS WAYTH The Defenders of New Zealand Being a Short Biography of colonists who distinguished themselves in upholding Her Majesty’s supremacy in these islands. Auck: H. Brett 1887. 620p, xxxvip [index], colour frontis, portraits and plans. 25.5cms, bound in original half calf, with gilt illustrated cloth boards and gilt titles. Scuffed but a VG sound copy. $200 - $300 157 HITIRI TE PAERATA Description of the Battle of Orakau, as given by the native chief Hitiri Te Paerata of the Ngatiraukawa Tribe... Interpreter - Capt. Gilbert Mair. Well: Govt Ptr 1888. Cover title [3]-14. 16.5cms, a few light marks. $100 158 LOVEGROVE, C. L. Wairoa Military History of Waverley No.8 Company T,M.S. 1866-67; No. 10 Company T.M.S. 1866-67; No.3 Coy Patea Militia 1866-67; Wairoa Rifle Volunteers 1868 - 73; Waverley Rifle Volunteers 1879 - 82; Wairoa Light Horse 1871 86. Prepared for the Patea Historical Society 1969. 43p, cyclostyled typescript. 26p, original card covers, VG. 159 McDONNELL, THOS [2 pamphlets] General Chute’s Campaign on the West Coast. Caption title, Account signed Thos McDonnell, of campaign against Hau Hau in Taranaki and the battle of Moutoa in Wanganui, N.Z. No imprint [ca 1890] 12p, 24cms. “Reprinted from the Monthly Review, Vol.2. No.7... July 1890’ Bagnall M199 2. The Survey of the Confiscated Lands . Campaign on the West Coast, 1866-1869. Caption title, Account signed Thos McDonnell of his campaigns while in command of colonial forces in South Taranaki from Hawera to Wanganui. It includes his reply to accusations of atrocities said to have been committed during the attack on Pokaikai in August 1866. No imprint ca 1890. 39p, 25 cms. Bagnall M200 $100 160 SCOTT, DICK The Parihaka Story Auck: Southern Cross Book 1954. 160p, illustrated. 20cms, original grey cloth with blue feather and titles, near fine and in VG DJ. $80 161 SLATER, LIEUT-COL H. Fifty Years of Volunteering The Army of Regulations. ChCh: W & T 1910. 179p, 19cms, original red cloth, with gilt titles, VG. $30 - $50

162 WHITE, WILLIAM [editor] Memorials of Sergeant William Marjouram, Royal Artillery; Including six years service in New Zealand, during the late Maori war. Ln: James Nisbet 1862, second edition. xxp, [1] l., 382p, frontis, rebound in modern red half leather, marbled boards, monogram from original binding laid on to front endpaper. Light browning. $60 -$100 163 WHITMORE, GEORGE S. The Last Maori War in New Zealand Under the Self-Reliant Policy. Ln: Sampson Low, Marston and Co 1902. xxxix, 198p, frontis and plates, signatures on endpapers. 22.5cms, red cloth binding with gilt titles, spine faded and ends fraying else VG. $80-$100

Military History 164 ALLENBY, SIR EDMUND, T.E. LAWRENCE [2 titles] A Brief Record of The Advance of the Epyptian Expeditionary Force under the Command of General Sir Edmund H.H. Allenby. July 1917 to October 1918. London: HMSO 1919, second edition. 113p, followed by 56 plates [55 of maps]. Two reports by T.E. Lawrence. Light browning on endpapers, 28cms bound in grey papered boards with black titles and blue cloth spine, binding rubbed with superficial paper losses, and title penned in ink on spine. G copy. 2. Henry Williamson - Genius of Friendship ‘T.E. Lawrence’. Ln: Faber and Faber1941, first edition. Foxing front and back pages, 26cms, original tan cloth. Gilt tiles. $100 165 BRERETON, MAJOR C.B. Tales of Three Campaigns [signed] Ln: Selwyn & Blount Ltd 1926. Inscribed by author on endpaper. ix, 2 l., 290p, colour frontis with tissue guard, plates and map. 22cms, original dark blue cloth, gilt titles, VG copy. $150 166 BYRNE, LIEUT Official History of the Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. in the Great War. Dn: J. Wilkie, ND [ca 1920], 8 l., 407p, frontis, plates and maps. Silverfish damage to endpapers, inside hinges weak and light browning. 22cms, original dark blue cloth, worn with marks. $50 167 BYRNE, LIEUT. J.R. New Zealand Artillery in the Field 1914-18 Auck etc: W & T 1922. ix, 314p, illustrated, 10 maps, errata. 22.5cms, original dark blue cloth with gilt monogram and and titles, spine lightly faded and light wear at spine ends, VG copy. $150 168 HAMILTON, SIR IAN Galliopli Diary Ln: Edward Arnold 1920. Two volumes. Vol.1. xv, 387p, Vol.2. vii, 349p, both vols complete with plates [one loose] and maps. Light spasmodic foxing, 23cms, bound in publishers dark blue cloth, spines faded. $50 169 HAMILTON, SIR IAN General Sir Ian Hamilton’s Despatch. Australia’s Glorious Day: April 25th, 1915. Official Story of the Landing and attack by our Combined Forces at the Dardanelles. Also contains Australia’s Roll of honour, killed and wounded in the first 18 casuality lists. Sydney & Melbourne: Turner & Sons 1915. Oblong 15 x 23cms, illustrated, original grey paper covers, yapp edges, discoloured at margins few small chips. $80 - $100 170 HARVEY, ELSIE G. The Peace Recipe Book. [Plus] An Effort of a Returned Soldier’s Wife, Point Chevalier, Auckland. Ptd by N.Z. Newspapers Ltd. 88p,21.5cms, original pictorial paper covers. light rubbing, VG. 2. Cyril Pearl - Anzac Newsreel. A Picture History of Gallipoli. 49p, illustrated. Worn complete copy. $40 - $50






















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171 HAWDON, SARAH ELIZABETH New Zealanders and the Boer War [Plus] or: Soldiers from the Land of the Moa by a New Zealander. ChCh: Messrs Gordon and Gotch [1907] first edition. 6 l., 287p, frontis, plate, index at end, light foxing, owners family’s military history on half title. 19cms, original red illustrated cloth, black titles, soiling and edge wear, binding sound. Scarce account of the experiences of New Zealanders fighting in the Boer war. Written under the pseudonym of ‘A New Zealander’ by Sarah Elizabeth Hawdon who had the distinction of being the first child born in the city of Christchurch. 2. James H. Birch - War in South Africa Between the British and Boers. History of the War in South Africa. USA: Premier Pub Co ND [ca 1900]. xiii, 656p, 60p, profusely illustrated, some colour. 23.5cms, original pictorial cloth. worn and inside hinges cracked. L. Raven-Hill - Our Battalion. Ln: Punch Office 1902. 112p, illustrated throughout. 28.5cms, Sewing loose and several pages detached, pictorial papered boards, with cream cloth spine. $200 172 HITLER, ADOLF Hitler’s Mein Kampf Unexpurgated Edition. Hutchinson & Co in Assoc with Hurst Blackett [1939]. Profusely illustrated, published in eighteen weekly instalments. In the original publishers wrappers, rust at staple and some short tears at spines else VG. $50 173 LUXFORD, MAJOR J.H. With the Machine Gunners in France and Palestine The Official History of the New Zealand Machine Corps in the Great World War 1914-1918. Auck etc: W & T 1923. 255p, complete with plates and maps. Name blacked out on front endpaper, a sprinkle of foxing22cms, original red cloth with black titles, VG copy. $150 - $200 174 MACKENZIE, COMPTON Gallipoli Memories [Plus] Ln: Cassell 1929. x, 405p, bookplate front endpaper. 19.5cms, bound in black publishers cloth, gilt titles and in DJ, near fine. 2. Ina Montgomery - John Hugh Allen of the Gallant Company. A Memoir. Ln: Edward Arnold 1919. vi, 1 l., 236p, frontis. 22.5cms, dark blue publishers, cloth, gilt titles, in DJ, near fine. 3. Boyd Cable - Action Front. Ln: Smith Elder 1914, 2nd impression. 269p, adverts at end, lacking front free endpaper, 20cms, green cloth, red titles, light wear. $50 175 MILITARY Bundle of Handbooks 1. Tommy Gun Rifle and Bayonet. ChCh etc: W & T. Fully illustrated with 13 photographic plates and 21 line drawings. 59p, [2] l., lacking covers. 2. Lieutenant R. Stupart - The Soldiers Musketry Small Book. Sydney: Angus and Robertson 1914. 54p, illustrated, 13.5cms, paper covers rubbed. 3. Handbook of the Thompson Submachine Gun. USA: AutoOrdnance Corporation edition of 1940. 58p, illustrated. 17cms, some pages loose, original paper covers. 4. Major W.J. Pendlebury - A Precis of the Kings Regulations, and Manual of Military law for Officers. Chch: W & T 5. N.Z. Army Orders 1942 - Disciplinary Powers of Commanding Officers and Company i 2nd NZEF, Territorial and the Home Guard. Well: Govt Ptr.12p booklet. 6. C.H. Weston & C.A.L. Treadwell - Handbook of Military Law as applicable to the NZ Military Forces. Well: Govt Ptr 3rd ed 1937. 7. Manual of Map Reading and Air Photo Reading and Field Sketching, Part II Air Photo REading 1958. Ln: HMSO 1965 rep. Illus and map. DJ. 8. Royal Army Service Corps Training. Vol.1. Training and War 1937. $100 - $200 176 MOORE, A. BRISCOE The Mounted Riflemen in Sinai and Palestine The Story of New Zealand’s Crusaders. Auck etc: W & T [1920]. 175p, Illustrated,19cms, original card covers with laid on illustration, light tide mark front cover and small chip. $100 - $150

177 NICOL, SERGT. C.G The Story of Two Campaigns Official war history of the Auckland Mounted Rifles Regiment 19141919. Auck: Wilson and Horton 1921. 265p, frontis [A.M.R. badges and regimental colours], 4 folding maps at end and 64 plates. Some foxing mostly front and back pages, 22cms original red cloth with black titles, spine ends and corners worn and cloth split along front hinge. $100 178 ROSS, MALCOLM AND NOEL Light and Shade in War. [Plus postcards] London: Edward Arnold 1916. x, 1 l., 271, 3p + publishers adverts at end. Plates, [lacking plate facing p188], 19.5cms, original red cloth with black and gilt titles, spine lightly faded, else VG. 2. Four Gallipoli Postcards: Three real photographs by Philip G. Hunt London - [a] Indian Bicouacs at Anzac Cover Dardanelles. [b] At Anzac Cove Gallipoli, Dardanelles [X shell bursting]. [c] Beach scene where the ‘Anzacs’ landed, Dardanelles. All copyright L.E. Tatton. One card from a photograph - Daily Mail Official photograph titled ‘A Brawny Maori Butcher’ image of a soldier chopping meat with an axe. All are unused. $100 - $125 179 SKEYHILL, TOM Soldier-Songs from Anzac Written in the Firing Line...Melb etc: George Robertson & Co [1915]. 40p, frontis [portrait] one plate ‘The Landing of the Australian Expeditionary Forces at Gallipoli, April 25th, 1915. 18cms, original illustrated card covers, small chip. VG. $50 180 STEVENS, MAJOR-GENERAL W.G. Problems of 2 NZEF Wellington: War History Branch, DIA 1958. xii, 331p, plates, maps and fldg maps. 25cms, original red cloth fine and in a VG DJ, with small chips. $50 - $75 181 tHE MEN OF ANZAC The Anzac Book Written and Illustrated by the Men of Anzac. Ln etc: Cassell and Co 1916. xv, 170p, illustrations from photographs of Gallipoli, map, plates [some coloured], caricatures and cartoons. Paper browned, 28.5cms, original blue cloth with laid on illustration, small chips spine ends, binding sound. $50 182 tHE NEW ZEALAND DIVISION New Zealand at the front [Plus] Written and illustrated by Men of the New Zealand Division. Ln: Cassell and Co 1917. 180p, colour frontis and plates, B/W plates, sketches and caricatures. 28cms, original paper covrs with edges and spine abraided, small losses. 2. By the New Zealanders in France - Shell Shocks. Ln: Jarrold & Sons [1916]. 68p, sepia toned plates and illustrations. 28cms, original; paper covers, rubbed. 3. Will Lawson - Historic Trentham. Training ground of New Zealands Fighting men. Wellington Pub Co 1918. 192p, frontis, B/W illustrations. 24cms, original paper covers, torn at spine and chips. $50 - $100 183 tHOMPSON, H. L. New Zealanders with the Royal Airforce Vol. 1. European Theatre 1939-1942. War History Branch, Oxford Univ Press 1953; Vols .2. European Theatre 1943 -1945 & 3. Mediterranean and Middle East South East Asia. Wellington, D.I.A. 1956 and 1959. All complete with plates and maps. 25cms, all in blue publisher’s cloth 2 & 3 cloth mottled, all in DJs, a few chips and short tears. $80 184 tROOPSHIP PAPERS N. Z. Abroad [Plus 2] 18th [Auck] BN, NZASC, 2nd NZEF. Edited by G.C. Hirsch, P.L. Winter and J.J. Stratford. Cairo nd [ca 1940’s]. 18p, original illustrated card covers, VG. 2. Sergt E.H. Thompson - Light Diet. A Collection of Caricatures and Sketches by a NZ Artist in and out of Hospital. Unpaginated, 3. The Weekly Magazine. Fun, Fact and Fiction. P.T. 2 October 2, 1941. No.7. Edited by Juan Sintes, Cairo. 42p. paper covers. $100

Maori 185 ADKIN, C. LESLIE Horowhenua its Maori place-names & their topographic & historical background. Well: DIA 1948. xiii, [1] l.,446p, maps at end. Rubberstamp & presentation label. Edge wear. DJ discoloured with chips. 186 ANDERSEN, JOHANNES C. The Maori Tohunga And his Spirit World. New Plymouth: Thomas Avery 1948.135p, [2]pp, illustrated endpapers, green cloth and in DJ, fine copy. 187 BEATTIE, HERRIES [2 titles] FAR- FAMED FIORDLAND Historic and Descriptive ... Dunedin: ODT & Witness 1950. 141p, [1] l., advert, illustrated. 22,5cms, dark blue cloth, spine faded else VG. 2. Maori Lore of Lake, Alp and Fiord. Dn: ODT & Witness 1945. 150p, illustrations, 22,5cms, bound in maroon cloth, faded. $60 - $80 188 BEATTIE, HERRIES [3 titles] Moriori The Morioris of the South Island. Dn: ODT and Witness 1941. With Olga Sansoms and David Teviotdales signatures on front cover [historians]. 72p, [1] l., with notations and newspaper clipping. Original paper covers with notations, soiled and rubbed. 2. The Moa - When Did it Become Extinct. ODT & Witness nd. 46p, 21.5cms, original paper covers, VG. 3. Maori Place Names of Otago. ODY & Witness 1944. 95p. Paper covers, VG. $60 - $80 189 BEST, ELSDON Forest Lore of the Maori. With methods of snaring, trapping and preserving birds and rats, uses of berries, roots, fern root and forest products, with mythological notes on origins, karakia used etc. Polynesian Society, with Dominiion Museum 1942. xi, 503p, Illustrations and plates. 25cms, original red cloth with black titles, spine faded VG. $60 - $80 190 BEST, ELSDON The Maori Memoirs of the Polynesian Soiety Vol.V. Well: Polynesian Society 1941. Two volumes. Illustrated, 22cms, small sprinkle of foxing, bound in original red illustrated card covers and with the original cream illustrated wrappers. A VG set. $80 - $120 191 BEST, ELSDON The Mythopoetic Maori [Plus] His genius for personification as seen in his mythological concepts. New Plymouth: Thomas Avery 1922. Inscribed ‘Mr & Mrs Will Lawson with the compliments of Elsdon and Adelaide Best.15p, original paper covers, near fine copy. 2. Major-General H. Schaw - The Metamorphosis of Maoriland; or How Colonization became possible in New Zealand. Well: Lyon & Blair 1893. 22p, 21cms, original paper covers, VG. 3. Sir Apirana Ngata - The Treaty of Waitangi. Maori Purposes Fund Bd. Pegasus Press [1922]. 31p, light foxing, cover title. $50 - $100 192 BEST, ELSDON The Pa Maori [Plus one] An Account of the Fortified Villages of the Maori in pre-European and Modern Times... Dominion Museum Monograph Bulletin No. 6. Well: W & T 1927. viii, 339p, illustrated, sprinkle of foxing and some marginal pencil notations. 27.5cms, original paper paper covers, discoloured with edge chips and small tape repairs. 2. Games and Pastimes of the Maori. An Account of various Exercises, Games and Pastimes of the Natives of New Zealand... Dominion Museum Monograph Bulletin No. 8. Well: W & T 1925. viii, 339p, 191p, illustrated, 27.5cms, original paper covers, discoloured. $100

193 BEST, ELSDON Tuhoe, The Children of the Mist. A sketch of the origin, history, myths and beliefs of the Tuhoe tribe of the Maori of New Zealand; with some account of other early tribes of the Bay of Plenty District. Memoirs of the Polynesian Society. New Plymouth Avery 1925. Vol.1. vii, [2] l., 1211p. Vol.2. Genealogical Tables and Maps. 34 genealogy tables, Index at end, fldg map in back pocket. 22cms, original red publishers cloth light wear to edges . VG copy. Pencil signature on endpapers of both volume. A VG set. $200 - $300 194 BEST, ELSDON Waikare-Moana, The Sea of the Rippling Waters: The Lake; The Land; The Legends. With a Tramp through Tuhoe Land. Well: Govt Ptr 1897.iv, 66p, plates and maps including fldg map at end. 22.5cms, bound in brown cloth with black spine titles, VG. $100 195 CHAPMAN, F.K. The Working of Greenstone. Well: Govt Ptr 1892. A paper read before the Otago Institute 1891. 63p, illustration of Pirori or Maori Drill. Original pink paper covers, VG. $50 196 COUTTS, PETER, and MARK JURISICH Results of an Archaeological Survey of Ruapuke Island. Otago University, Monograph 5 in Prehistoric Anthropology, University of Otago 1972. 49p, [23]pp, tables and illustratiions. 30cms, original paper covers, fine. $50 197 COWAN, JAMES Suwarrow Gold [signed] and Other Stories of the Great South Sea. Ln: Jonathon Cape 1936. Sprinkle of foxing253p, 21cms, original yellow cloth with black titles, VG. Inscribed on front endpaper ‘Kia Te Kirepi O.E. Gillespie Na Tona toa Na James Cowan [Hemi Kawana] Dec 1936’. $100 - $150 198 COWAN, JAMES Tales of the Maori Coast. Well: Fine Arts [NZ] Limited 1930. [6]p, 197p, 22cms, original grey cloth with black titles, fine in a VG DJ with small edge chips. Loosely enclosed a letter signed by the publisher A.H. Avery who took over publication after Fine Arts went into liquidation, regarding a review in the ODT. $50 199 COWAN, JAMES [2 titles] The Maori Yesterday and Today. W & T 1930.xi, 266p, illustrated.22cms, bound in brown cloth with green and gilt title labels, fine copy. DJ chips and small losses. Loosely enclosed the publishers advertising material for the book. 2. The Maoris of New Zealand. W & T 1910. ix, 356p, some superficial damage to front endpaper where label has been removed. 23cms, original tan cloth with brown and gilt title labels, cloth lightly mottled $50 - $75 200 DITTMER, W Te Tohunga The Ancient Legends and Traditions of the Maoris. Wellington: Reed, fascimile copy of the 1907 edition. 117p, Illustrated 32cms, bound in cushioned grey cloth with decorative spine. spine faded. $50 201 GORST, J.E. The Maori King or the Story of our Quarrel with the Natives of New Zealand. Ln: Macmillan and Co 1864. x, [1] l., 409p, frontis and colour fldg map [torn with no loss]. In contemporary HC binding rebacked using original spine strip with marbled boards and new endpapers, worn. $80 202 GRACE, JOHN Te H Tuwharetoa The History of the Maori People of the Taupo District. Reed 1959, first edition. 567p, frontis [signature verso], Illustrated, notations on endpaper maps. 25cms, original cloth a few light marks and in torn DJ. $40 - $6o

203 GREENWOOD, WILLIAM The Upraised Hand or The Spiritual Significance of the rise of the Ringatu Faith. Well: Polynesian Society 1942. XViii, 98p, [7] p of plates, illustrated, genealogy table. Original green paper covers. $50 - $100 204 GREY, SIR GEORGE [signed] Mythology and Traditions of the New Zealanders London: George Willis 1854. Inscribed on half title ‘G.T. Hutchinson, Esq with Sir George Greys best wishes’. 202p, text in Maori. 21.5cms, original purple cloth blindstamped and with gilt titles, faded and with wear at corners, however a VG sound and signed copy. $500 205 GUDGEON, THOMAS WAYTH The History and Doings of the Maoris From the Year 1820 to the Signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. Auck: H. Brett 1885. 225p, endpapers browned, contents generally clean, 22cms, original brown publishers cloth with decorative black and gilt titles. Very nice copy. $100 - $150 206 HAMILTON, AUGUSTUS Maori Art. The Art Workmanship of the Maori Race in New Zealand: A series of illustrations from specially taken photographs, with descriptive notes and essays on the Canoes, Habitations, Weapons, Ornaments, and Dress of the Maoris... New Zealand Institute, Dunedin: Fergusson & Mitchell 1896 - 1900 in V parts. 32cms, bound in original half calf with elaborate pattern in decorative gilt and titles to front board and spine, with red black and white rafter patterns to edges. VG. $800 - $1000 207 HAMILTON - BROWNE, COLONEL G. Camp Fire Yarns of the Lost Legion. Ln: T. Werner Laurie Ltd, first edition. xiii, 301p, frontis and 7 plates. 22.5c,s. original publishers cloth with gilt rules and titles, spine faded and some light browning, VG. $50 208 HOUSTON, JOHN Turi of the Aotea Canoe [signed] Published by ‘The Hawera Star’ 1933. 20p, 28cms, original yellow paper covers with brown titles and decorative design. Includes Maori history, migrations folk lore etc. Near fine copy. A near fine copy signed by the author. Loosely enclosed a hand written presentaion letter from John Huston to the recipeint. $40 - $60 209 MAIR, GILBERT Reminiscences and Maori Stories. [Plus one] Auck: Brett Pub Co 1923. viii, 120p, frontis and illustrations. 22cms, bound in original decorative green cloth with white titles, VG copy. 2. S. Percy Smith - Hawaiki: The Original Home of the Maori; with a sketch of Polynesian history. ChCh etc: W & T 1904, second edition. 223p, frontis [fldg map], illustrated and fldg genealogy table at end. 19cms, in original green half cloth with light green boards, gilt titles, VG. $60 - $80 210 POMARE, SIR MAUI, and JAMES COWAN Legends of the Maori. Wellington: Fine arts Ltd 1930. Volume 1. only of a de luxed edition of 300 numbered sets signed by the authors and by the illustrator Stuart Peterson. xxiv, 322p, frontis [real etching signed by Stuart Peterson], and tipped on plates. 26.5 cms, bound in full blindstamped, maroon leather with gilt spine titles, fine copy the original red slip case. 2. Travors and Stack - The Stirring Times of Te Rauparaha [Chief of the Ngatitoa] Also The Sacking of Laiapohia. ChCh etc W & T nd. 246p, frontis and illustrations.18.5cms, original red illustrated cloth, gilt spine titles, light soiling, pencil signature on endpaper. VG $80 - $120

211 RAMSDEN, ERIC A Memoir... Te Rangihiroa [and letters] Memorial to Sir Peter Buck. Written to commemorate the unveiling of the memorial to sir Peter Buck at Urenui, Taranaki... 1954. Inscribed inside cover ‘For Pat Lawlor with every good wish, Eric Ramsden’. 38P, illustrated. Also letter signed by Peter Buck to Pat Lawlor dated 1951. and copies of two other letters. $50 - $75 212 RAMSDEN, ERIC Rangiatea The story of Otaki’s Maori church, its First Pastor and its People. Well: Reed 1951.351p, frontis and illustrations, bound in original red cloth, DJ, a VG copy. $60 - $80 213 ROUT, ETTIE A. Maori Symbolism [Plus] Being an Account of the Origin, Migration, and Culture of the New Zealand Maori as recorded in certain Sacred Legends. Ln: Kegan Paul etc 1926. xxxii,322p, frontis, plates and text illustrations. 24cms, original maroon cloth with gilt titles on balck title label, spine faded, VG. 2. The Journal of the Anthropological Institute Gt Britain and Ireland 1901 - includes H. Ling Roth - Maori Tatu and Moko. 29 - 48p, illustrated. 28cms, in the original green paper covers, sewing broken and disbound but complete and contents VG. 214 SMITH, S PERCY Papers and pamphlets 1. From TNZI [1876] - S. Percy Smith - Geology of Northern Portion of Hawke’s Bay. 565p - 575p H. Hill - Geology of Hawkes Bay. 451p 479p. Illustrations and tables. Bound in plain white paper covers. 2. From J.P.S. - S. Percy Smith [translater] - The Maori Philosophy of Life and Matter according to the teaching of Nepia Pohuhu. Parts i & II English and Maori. Bound in plain card covers. 3. From TNZI [1889]- S. Percy Smith - Tongarewa, or Penrhyn Island and its people. [1889]. 85p-103p. Plain card covers. 4. From TNZI [1899]- S. Percy Smith - On the Tohunga-Maori. [1899]. Card covers. 5. Extract from Australian Transactions [1904 Dunedin] Well: Govt Ptr 1905. S. Percy Smith - Some Personal Habits or Mannerisms of the Polynesians. 453p-461p. Plain card covers. 6. S. Percy Smith - Dei E Idoli Dei Maori. 239p - 242p. Pamphlet in Italian on Maori Godsticks. Plain covers. 7. From J.P.S. [1923] - S. Percy Smith - The Fall of Te Tumu Pa, near Maketu, Bay of Plenty, NZ, May 9th 1836. 121p-130p, plain paper covers. 8. S.Percy Smith - An 1858 Journey Into the Interior. New Plymouth:Taranaki Herald 1953. 31p, illustrated pamphlet in original blue paper covers, fine. 9. From J.P.S. [1979] - Kendrick Smithyman Making History: John White and S.Percy Smith at Work. 375p-413p. $200 - $300 215 SMITH, S PERCY [4 x] Horepore Pa [Inscribed] Incidents in the History of Horepore Pa. Written by Tanguru Tuhua, translated by S. Percy Smith. From JPS, nd, [ca 1900] 1 - 34p, bound in pink paper covers with chips and small losses. Pencil inscription on front cover reads “Horepore Pa. This is the paper I could not find, S. Percy Smith.” 2. The Evils of Makutu, of Witchcraft - Journal of the Polynesian Society Vol. xxx. No.3. 172p -184p. Translated and annotated by S. Percy Smith. In original mauve paper covers. 3. Clairvoyance Among the Maoris - With notes by James Cowan. Journal of the Polynesian Society Vol. xxix. No.3. 149p -161p. In original paper covers. Both with signature of B.Wynn Irwin. 4. Otakanini Pa - Read before Auckland Institute 1895. 41 - 47p, in white paper covrs. $100 - $150

216 tAYLOR, REV. RICHARD Te Ika A Maui: or New Zealand and its inhabitants illustrating the origins, manners, customs, mythology, religion, rites, songs, proverbs, fables, and language of the Maori and Polynesians; together with the geology, natural history, productions and climate of the country... London: Wertheim and Macintosh; Wanganui: H. Ireson Jones 1870, second edition. xv, 730p., [1]p. [errata] [1]p [adv] 10 leaves of plates. [2 col], illus. 22cms, light marks on endpapers, clipping laid on, original russet cloth with some wear at edges, security tag on rear pastedown. VG. $200 217 tE RANGI HIROA, [SIR PETER BUCK] The Coming of the Maori [Plus] Well: W & T 1949. first editon. [8] l., 548p, illustrations and plates. Browning on endpapers, 25.5cms, yellow cloth and red titles, in DJ, VG copy. 2. Vikings of the Sunrise. N.Y: Frederick A. Stokes 1938, first edition. xiii, 335p, illustrated from photographs. Original maroon cloth, gilt titles and illustration, chip to base. $50 218 WARD, REV ROBERT Life Among the Maoris of New Zealand. being a description of Missionary, Colonial and Military achievements. London: G. Lamb 1872. x, 472p, frontis and illustrations. Some old damp damage to first iiip, [no loss of text or print]. 19cms, bound in modern dark blue full leather with gilt and title labels. $100 219 WHITE, JOHN The Ancient History of the Maori. His Mythology and Traditions. Horo--Uta or Taki-Timu Migration in 6 volumes together with the scarce book of illustrations. Wellington: George Didsbury 1887-1891. Vol. [1887] 1. xii, 182p, 164p. frontis, 3 plates. Vol. II. [1887] xii, 196p, 177p, frontis. 5 plates. Vol. III. [1887] xii, 318p, 123p, fldg frontis, 10 plates. Vol. IV. [1888] x, 246p, 236, frontis, 12 plates. Vol.V. [1888] ix, 272p, 174p, frontis, 12 plates, map. Vol. VI. [1890] x, 264p, 70p, iiip, frontis, 12 plates. Some browning, all in original red decorative cloth bindings, spines discoloured as usual and light soiling at base of spine. Illustrations - Prepared for White’s Ancient History of the Maori. Government Printer 1891. Lacks its blue paper covers, 92 plates, the first three have extensive repairs, and professional tape repairs on several plates throughout. Rebound in brown cloth. $800

Biography 220 ANDERSEN, J.C., and G.C. PETERSEN The Mair Family Well: Reed 1956. 345p, illustrations. maps, and fldg genealogy tree at end. 23cms, grey cloth with red titles and in DJ, VG copy. $40 - $60 221 BAGNALL A.G., and G.C. PETERSEN William Colenso [Plus] Printer, Missionary, Botanist, Explorer, Politician. His Life and Journey. Reed 1948. 494p, frontis and illustrations, bound in original green cloth, light wear. 2. H.F. von Haast - The Life and Times of Sir Julius von Haast, Explorer, Geologist, Museum Builder. Well: 1948. xxi, 1142p, frontis, plates, four fldg maps at end. Front hinge pulled, 25.5cms, blue cloth binding worn at edges. $60 - $80 222 BELL, GERTRUDE The Letters of Gertrude Bell. London: Ernest Benn [1927] Two volumes, xiii, 402p; vii, 405 - 791p, frontis, plates and maps including fldg map of Persia end of Vo.II. Browning on endpapers, 24cms, bound in original green cloth, spines faded, gilt titles. VG. Well known, British writer, archaeologist amd political officer, fluent in Persian and Arabic she worked for the British Government in Cairo during W.W.I. and contibuted to the construction of the Iraqi state in 1921. $100 - $200

223 COWAN, JAMES A Trader in Cannibal Land The Life and Adventures of Captain Tapsell. Well: Reed 1935, first edition. 158p, 18.5cms, original red cloth with black titles, sprinkle of foxing, VG. Hans Homman Felk known as Philip Tapsell was a Danish sailor who sailed English ships [mostly whaling] for 35 years and was a trader at Maketu, Matata and Whakatane for 40 years. On 23rd June 1823, while serving on the Asp, he was married by missionary Thomas Kendall to Maria Ringa. Tapsell claimed it was the first marriage that ever took place in New Zealand. The bride decamped the same day. $50 - $100 224 JOHNSON, AMY Sky Roads of the World. Ln: W & R Chambers Ltd 1939. 314p, frontis, 20.5cms, original blue cloth, black spine titles. Neat inscription front endpaper, in original cream DJ with blue titles and plane, spine discoloured, edges rubbed and small chips. VG. $75 225 KEYS, LILIAN The Life and Times of Bishop Pompallier. Christchurch: Pegasus Press 1957, first edition. 425p, illustrated, 25cms, bound in linen cloth with brown title lael, and in DJ, VG copy. $75 226 von HAAST, H. F. [with letter & sketch] The Life and Times of Sir Julius von Haast. A New Zealand Pioneer. xxi, 1142p, complete with illustrations and maps. In DJ a near fine copy. Loosely enclosed a letter. “Dear Pascoe I send you a sketch of my father’s taken from the Poerua Lagoon on the West Coast.... Yours sincerely H.F. von Haast” The sketch drawing also enclosed. $150 - $200

Colenso & New Zealand Ptgs 227 ALMANAC The New Zealand Church Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1847. Published under the direction of the visitor and tutors of St John’s College. Bishops’ Auckland: Printed at the College Press 1847. Cover-title, unpaginated [44pp] [sewn]. Includes, daily calendar, church accounts, New Zealand Itineraries from Auckland to destinations; Names Uses and Properties of New Zealand Trees, Flax. $200 228 CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ko Te Pukapuka, O Nga Inoinga, me era atu Tikanga, i whakaritea e a Hahi o Ingarani... Ranana: Itaia Tenei Ki Te Perehi O Te Komiti Mo Te Whaka 1859. 24p, 432p, 14.4cms, rubber name stamp on front endpaper, and front hinge short split at top with a small loss, bound in original black cloth with blind rules. VG. A small format edition of the 1852 book of Common Prayer. $100 $200































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229 COLENSO, WILLAIM TNZI - Papers and Pamphlets 1. A Description of Two Newly Discovered Indigenous Cryptogamic Plants. 449p - 493p. Inscribed front cover by Colenso to H. Hill. 2. Bush Notes. [1890] 477p - 490p. Botany 307p- 340p. Bound in white paper covers. 3. Notes and Observations on the Animal Economy and Habits of one of our New Zealand Lizards supposed to be a new species of Naultinus. 2 plates, bound in white paper covers. 4. On the Day in which Captain Cook took formal Possession of New Zealand. [1877] and Manibus Parkinsonibus [1877] 99p - 134p. In white paper covers. 5. Vestiges: Reminciscences: memorabilia of Works, Deeds and Sayings of the Ancient Maoris [1891].445p 478p. card covers. 6. On the Maori Races of New Zealand. [1865] 340p - 424p. 7, On the Graphic and Economic Botany of the North Island of New Zealand.[1865]. 234p - 283p. White paper covers. All VG $200 $300 230 COLENSO, WILLIAM Communion Ticket Contains reflections on the Holy Communion, in two paragraphs, each followed by a scripture reference, and at foot ‘Tukua Tenei Tangata Ki Roto’ [allow this person within], ‘Na te Koreneho’ [By Colenso]. The two parts were divided and pasted on the front and back of a card, which was evidently used by Colenso as a ticket of admission for intending communicants. Single leaflet 11.5 x 8.5cms. Williams 163 $200 231 COLENSO, WILLIAM He Kupu Wakatupato Na te Aroha Pono... [No imprint. Paihia, Printed at the Church Missionary Society Presss 1842] Cover title, 3-7 [1]pp. 20cms edges untrimmed. A tract describing the service used by the Bishop of London to admit three catholic priests as converts to the Church of England. Colenso printed 500 copies in July 1842 at the Church Mission Press as one of his private projects... BIM 110 $200 232 COLENSO, WILLIAM Ko Nga Upoko Ewitu o te Pukapuka a te Poropiti a Raniera: me te Pukapuka ano hoki... .No Paihia: He mea ta i te perehi o nga mihanere 1840. 32p, browning, in original brown paper covers. $50 233 COLENSO, WILLIAM Ko Te Kitenga a ihikiera a te poropiti i nga iwi Comprises one folded sheet . 2p text. Caption title, imprint from colphon p.2 Printed on inner pages, outer pages blank, wavy rule down centre fold mark. ‘The vision of dry bones from Ezekiel 37: 1-14, translated by Selwyn with the assistance of Rota Waitoa, which was the basis of Selwyn’s sermon on 2 July 1843 ...’ BIM 119 $100 - $150 234 COLENSO, WILLIAM Ko Te Tuarua o Nga Pukapuka Waki; hei wakakite atu I nga henga te Hahi O Roma... Imprint at end reads ‘Na te Aroha Pono’... Hopataone. He mea ta ite Perehiote Watahaoha ratou ko nga teina 1840. Caption title, 24p, 18cms. Continuation of ‘He pukapuka waki’ being three dialogues dealing with a further six errors of the Church of Rome. Bagnall 1335 $100 - $150

235 COLENSO, WILLIAM On the Botany of the North Island of New Zealand. New Zealand Exhibition 1865. Printed for the Commissioners by Fergusson and Mitchell, Dunedin 1865. Lacking its cover title with the publication details. 58p, half title, sewn, contents are VG. Summary of geographical and economic aspects of New Zealand flora, New Zealand timber trees etc. Bagnall 1315. 2. TNZI Vol XX, 1887. - Bound in pink paper covers inscribed ‘Colenso [own copy]’. Several papers they include On a new Species of Coccinella; On new Phaenogamic Plants; On the Ferns of New Zealand; On new Cryptogams; Ancient Tide Lore. Chips to edges of front cover. $50 - $100 236 COLENSO, WILLIAM [2 PARTS] Ko Te A-Nui A Wi, Hei Ako Maana Ki Te Reo Ingirihi. Willie’s First English Book. Written for young Maoris who can read their own Maori language and wish to learn the English language. Parts 1 & 2. Title pages and text in English and Maori. Wellington/ Poneke, G. Didsbury 1872. Part 1. xvii, [3], 112; Part 2. 170p. 17 and 18cms, in their original brown cloth bindings with blindstamped and gilt titles, Part 2. lacking front free endpaper, both bindings are worn with damage, contents are complete and clean. An elementary grammar to teach English to Maori children. Part 3 was never published. Williams 477 & 478. $200 - $400 237 MAORI DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE He Wakaputanga O Te Rangatiratanga O Tu Tirene. He mea ta i te Perehi o nga Mihanere o te Hahi o Ingarani, i Paihia [1837]. Single sheet printed on white wove paper with watermark W. King 1829. The second edition of the declaration of Independence of New Zealand signed by Maori Chiefs at Waitangi on 28 October 1835. This copy has some silverfish damage on the lower half of the document causing several small losses to the text . Colenso printed one hundred copies for the British resident [James Busby] on 26 April 1837. This printing was possibly done to encourage more chiefs to sign the original document a process continued up until July 1839. In March 1837 Busby had received via Governor Bourke in NSW, the “Kings Letter” acknowledging the Declaration and assuring the chiefs of his ‘support and protection’... BIM 34 A rare and important document. $1000 238 tE KARERE MAORI, or Maori Messenger. July 20, 1862. One issue Vol.II. No.12. In Maori and English. “Our Native friends will be sorry to hear of the total wreck of the “White swan”, steamer she having struck on a rock near wiroranga, East Coast of New Zealand, during her passage to Wellington, whither she was conveying Mr Fox and his colleagues... “. Also includes letters to the editor and local events. 25cms, original blue paper covers, VG. $100 - $200

Maps & Plans, Prints 239 ARROWSMITH, J.W. State of the Land on the Arrival of the N.Z. Fencibles at Auckland. From the British Parliamentary Papers ca 1850. Area within 4 mile radius of Auckland showing land sold by the Government, native land, scoria areas. Coastline and Native land outlined in blue. $300 - $400

240 BAXTER, GEORGE The Masacre of the Lamented Missionary [plus] The Rev J Williams & Mr Harris at Erromanga South Seas. London 1841. Baxter print on paper, 26 x 36 cms, colour faded. 2. James Lord Gambier - E. Evans after Sir William Beechey 28 x 35cms, published by T. Cadell and Davies 1819. hand coloured, some foxing. 3. Dampier - Hist.D’Angleterre. Tome X page 476. 13.5 x 9cms, hand coloured. 4. de Delpech - Laperouse. ca 1810. 2 x 9.5, hand coloured. 5. Three hand coloured engravings of Victoria, William IV and George III. All hand coloured and ca 1860. 6. Colour lithograph titled Australians and Polynesian. Ln W & R. Chambers ca 1923. $200 - $400 241 DE LEMERCIER Oceanie Original copper plate engraving by William Laguillermie. Paris [ca 1856]. Shows the route of Dumont D’Urville in the vessel Astrolabe. With marginal illustrations depicting the characteristics of the region. 36.x.49cms. $100 - $200 242 ENGRAVINGS Cooks Voyages A bundle of engravings from various editions of Cooks Voyages and others they include Webber - A Young Woman in the sandwich Islands. ca 1790, 26 x 20cms ; A View in Owhyhee with one of the Priests Houses. 14 x 19cms; Warren - The King of Owhyhee bringing presents to Captain Cook. ca 1780, 14.5 x 20.5cms; Tookey - Portraits Five oval portaits on one plate Including Captain Cook. 24.5 x 20cms. All hand coloured. Also 22 l., with illustrations from various Pacific voyages. $200 243 MACPHERSON, D. [Distric Surveyor] Lake Wakatipu to Milford - Map and Report Appendix IV. Report on Exploration Trip, Direct Route Lake Watatipu to Milford Sound and Sketch Plan of Part of Wakatipu to Milford Route. Drawn by H.E. Taylor April 1913. 56 x 45cms. VG. $100 - $150 244 MAPS., [5x] The Islands of New Zealand Two copies, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. London 1838. Coastline coloured, 39 x 41cms, small marginals nicks. 2. Australia and New Zealand. Ln & Edin: Blackie & Son [1882], drawn by Edward Weller. Inset Torres strait. Coastlines coloured, 38 x 52cms. 3. Two maps - [a] Oceanie Paris: Louis Antoine [b] Oceanie Par C.V. Montin [1839] School Atlas. $200 245 MATHEW, FELTON Map of the Harbour of Waitemata, New Zealand, and of the Adjacent country shewing the situation of Auckland, the capital of the Colony, and also the isthmus which separates the waters of the Frith of Thames on the Eastern from those of Manukao [i.e. is Manukau] on the Western coast. From actural measurement with the chain and from a trigonometry survey. Felton Mathew survr. genl., 1841. Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed 1842. Spasmodic browning, 42 x 53 cms, mounted and framed. $800 - $1000 246 MEREDITH, L.A. Botanical Plates - Tasmania Eleven botanical plates from ‘Some of my bush friends in Tasmania’. They include plates 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10.11 and one unnumbered plate, approximately 37 x 27.5cms, a few spots, marginal tears and light marks, all unframed in mounts. $200 - $300

247 WELLINGTON Wellington Almanack 1882 [Plus maps] Directory, Calendar and Diary for the Year 1882. Well: J. Chantrey Harris. 248p, 92p of adverts. With original paper covers bound into maroon cloth boards. Some foxing and paper covers soiled with chips and small losses. 2. Bundle of maps they include. Antarctis 1957, National Geographic Magazine; A.A. Road Map, Manawatu 1939 plus four other AA maps; Universal Map Auckland and Suburbs. nd ca 1950’s; Whitcombes map of Wellington; Atlantic Road Map New Zealand; Large fldg map of Christchurch, with advertisements round the margins, nd ca 1930. Caltex Road map North Island plus 8 other simialr. $200

Photography 248 ALBUM Australian photographs 34 leaves with 87 photographs they include buildings, and scenic images of Sydney, Meblbourne, Hobart, Aden, Naples and Suez Canal, London, various sizes from full plate to quarter plate. Most with titles on the mounts and some within the photographs. They also include two signed by Hemus and Hall one titled ‘A thoroughbred Racer’ featuring a man on a camel and another titled ‘First train to enter Coolgardie’. Another image features Aboriginal woman and men on the back of a float with a Western Australian Black Swan flag. All in a half calf folio [37cms] album, some spots and marks overall VG. Most of the images unsigned. $500 249 BURTON BROTHERS, [Photograph] “Wahanui” Original image titled 3628 - The Great Ngatimaniopoto Chief ‘Wahanui’ - At his House - Alexandra. Burton Bros. Dunedin. Image of the chief standing on the veradah of a house holding Taiaha. 19.5 x 15cms. 250 BURTON BROTHERS, [Photograph] Wetere Te Rerenga Original photograph titled on base 3614 - Wetere Te Rerenga Great Mokau Chief, Burton Bros, Dunedin. Image of him standing wrapped in a blanket. 19.5 x 15 251 CARTE D VISITE William Colenso Photograph signed verso W. Colenso A.D. 1865. Image by Wrigglesworth & Binns, Wellington. $100 - $150 252 CHURCHILL, WINSTON Photograph Framed original press photograph of Winston Churchill in a car with his pet poode ‘Rufus’. 25 x 20cms. $100 253 PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM Christchurch Memorial Hospital A snapshot album ca 1920’s, which appears to have been put together by a member of the nursing staff. It features the hospital grounds, the nurses home, various group photos of nurses in uniform and in casual clothes, nurses in the paedriatric ward, in uniform with gas masks on, several photos of wards decorated for Christams with staff and patients. Approximately 54 images, size varies, image at the back page showing the Duke of York laying the Foundation stone for the hospital chapel in 1927.

Polar & Subantarctic Islands 254 BERNACCHI, L.G. A Very Gallant Gentleman [ Plus box lot] Ln: Thonton, Butterworth 1933 second impression. 240p, illustrations and maps. Bound in purple cloth with white titles, shelf faded, in DJ chips at edges. 2. J. Gordon Hayes - The Conquest of the South Pole. Ln: Thornon Buttrworth 1936, first impression keystone library edition. VG 3. Sir Edward Evans - South With Scott. Collins, nd. 4. Bretts Historical Series - Early History of New Zealand. Auck: Brett 1890. In decorative HC binding. G+ 5. William Gisborne - The Colony of New Zealand. Ln: Petherick 1888. 5. R.J. Dunn - Niagara Gold. Reed 1942. Original card covers. 6. Charles Bateson - Gold Fleet for California. Auck: Minerva 1963. DJ. 7. J.C. Carle - Gateway to the Wairarapa. Featherston 1957. 8. Sir Henry Brett - White Wings. Volume II. Brett Pub Co 1929. DJ. All G to VG. 255 BORCHGREVINK, C.E. First on the Antarctic Continent Being and Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900. London: George Newnes 1901, first edition. xvi, 334, 32 [adv], frontis, plates complete, 3 fldg maps, light sprinkle of foxing, top spine cap fraying and small amount of old damp damage . 22cms, original red cloth with gilt titles spine and front board, top spine cap fraying and small amount of old damp damage. G+ copy. 2. David L. Harrowfield - Archaeology of Borchgrevink’s Stores Hut, Cape Adare, Antarctica. From NZ Journal of Archaeology 1991, 177 - 197p, illus, maps, tables. Bound at spine with white cloth tape. $800 255a Chilton Chas The Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand. Reports on the Geo-Physics, Geology, Zoology and Botany... Wellington Govt Ptr 1909. Two volumes, xxxv, 388p, 848p, illustrations. Vol. II. 389p - 848p Index at end of both volumes, illustrations, fldg map in back pocket. 28.5cms, original publishers cloth with gilt titles and penguins, a few marks and old damp stain top marging of Vol.1.Complete sound copy. $300 - $500 256 DOORLY, GERALD S. The Voyages of the ‘Morning’ London: John Murray 1916. xx, 224p, complete with plates, music and fldg map at end, light foxing mostly front and back pages. Newspaper clipping re Doorly glued to front endpaper . 20.5cms, original publishers pictorial cloth with penguin and yellow titles, light wear, rubbing and spine toned. $600 - $800 257 FORD, C. REGINALD Antarctica Leaves from a Diary kept on Board an Exploring Vessel. New Zealand Booklet Series No.7. ChCh, Well, Dn etc: W & T [1908]. 31p, illustrated. 15cms, original paper covers with illustration of Emperor penguin, split partially down spine, edges rubbed, and light foxing. Scarce. Ford was born in London, he volunteered to serve on the first of the Royal Geographical Societies National Antarctic Expeditions led by Commander Robert Falcon Scott in the Discovery during 1901-04 serving as steward and assistant to Scott. He returned to New Zealand about 1906, married and remained in New Zealand, he died in 1972. Te Ara. $600 - $800 258 FUCHS, SIR VIVIAN, and SIR EDMUND HILLARY The Crossing of Antarctica [signed] The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58. Ln: Cassell 1958, first edition. Signed on title page Ed Hillary. Near fine copy in near fine DJ [price clipped]. $80 - $100

259 HAMILTON, A. Notes on a Visit to Macquarie Island [Plus two] TNZI [1894]. 559- 578p, with illustration. Bound with Macquarie Island by John H, Scott. [1882]. 484 - 492p, with illustration. Both bound in plain white wrappers, VG. 2. J.S. Cumpsten - Macquarie Island. Australia: Antarctic Division, DIA 1968. 380p, plates, Arctic Division, Department of Externl Affairs 1968. 26cms, original green cloth and in DJ, VG near fine copy. 3. J.S. Cumpston - First Visitors to Bass Strait. Canberra: A Roebuck Book 1973. 103p, maps and illustrations, notations and underlings on some pages.26cms, DJ chips. $60 - $100 260 HUXLEY, LEONARD [arranged by] Scott’s Last Expedition [plus one] In Two Volumes. Vol.I. Being the Journals of Captain R.F. Scott R.N., C.V.O.. Vol.II. Being the Reports of the Journeys & the Scientific Work Undertaken by Dr. E.A. Wilson and the Surviving Members of the Expedition. London: Smith Elder & Co 1913. First edition, complete with portraits, plates [including colour], folding maps and panoramas, some foxing throughout both volumes. 24.5cms, bound in dark blue publishers cloth, wear to edges and wear and short splits to spine ends. 2. J.M. Barrie - “Like English Gentlemen” to Peter Scott. Ln: H & S 1913. 63p 19cms, original papered boards with laid on illustration and with adhesive covering. $200 - $300 261 JOYCE, ERNEST The South Polar Trail The Log of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. London: Duckworth 1929. 220p, frontis and plates, 22cms, blue publishers cloth, light damp stain lower boards, no affect on the content. G+ Loosely enclosed a photograph [portrait] of two men 19.5 x 22cms, verso inscribed Captain Joyce. $400 - $600 262 MAWSON, SIR DOUGLAS The Home of the Blizzard. London William Heinemann 1915, first edition. In 2 Volumes, both volumes complete with plates, lacking one map from the back pocket of Vol.II. [Regional Map showing area covered by the Australasian Expedition 1910-1914]. 25cms, in original publisher’s cloth with silver illustration and gilt titles, neat contemporary signature on endpaper of both volumes, an ex library copy [Canterbury University college] with two small rubber stamps in each volumes and on fore edges. Very light wear to binding, and internally clean. Very tidy set. $300 - $400 263 SCOTT, CAPTAIN ROBERT F. The Voyage of Discovery. London: Smith Elder and Co 1905, 2 volumes, first edition. Vol.1. xix, 556p, Vol.2. xii, 508p, two frontis, plates, panoramas, maps [ including 2 folding maps in back pockets.] and illustrations. Volume one complete, Volume two lacking five plates and with a double up of one plate, contents clean. Sprinkle of foxing mostly on fore edges and and light tide marks on both frontis’s, bound in original ribbed blue cloth with gilt medallions on front boards, both are worn along edges and the spine ends are frayed and have been repaired. Reading copy. $100 264 SPENCE, SYDNEY A. Antarctic Miscellany [Plus] Books, Periodicals, & Maps relating to the Discovery and Exploration of Antarctica. London 1980. 220p, 25cms, bound in original green leatherette, fine. 2. W. Tanzer Bibliography of Antarctic Literature. NZ Antarctic Society 1951. National Library Service 1947. 42p, 13p, 3p. 34cms, bound in brown paper covers with cloth spine. VG. 3. A.S. Helm - New Zealand Geographic Board Supplement to The Provisional Gazetteer of the Ross Dependency. Also Second, Third and Fourth Supplments. 1960 - 1964. All foolscap sheets stapled with black titles, VG. $40 - $60

265 WHITEHOUSE, J.H. and, SIR E.H. SHACKLETON A Visit to Nansen and Adventure Ln: Oxford Univ Press 1928, 1st edition. 23p, original green cloth backed papered boards with paper title labels. A fine uncut copy in the original glassine wrapper. $200 266 WORSELY, FRANK ARTHUR Endurance An Epic of Polar Adventure. Ln: Philip Allan & Co 1933, second impression. viii, [3] l., 316p, frontis and illustrations, light foxing. 23cms, maroon cloth with gilt titles, and in DJ with chips and short tears, VG copy. $50 - $100

Maritime History 267 ASHBY, TED Phantom Fleet [Plus] The scows and scowmen of Auckland. Reed 1993. xii, 167p, illustrated 26cms, DJ, fine copy. 2. C.W. Hawkins - Log of the Huia. A Record of the Schooner. Leader Press Limited 1947, first edition. 85p, frontis, illustrations plan and fldg plan.21.5cms, black cloth, light soiling. 3. As above [No.2] Log of the Huia. Collins 1973 edition. 26cms, in DJ, faded and edge wear. 4. Jack Churchouse - Leonard Robertson, The Whangaroa & La Bella. Well: Millwood Press 1982. 162p, illustrations and maps. Oblong in DJ. 268 NAUTICAL EPHEMERA Queen Mary Ephemera includes original blue canvas bag titled on the side RMS Queen Mary. 2. Sir James Bisset [Ex-Commodore of the Cunard Line] - Tramps and Ladies. My early years in steamers. 315p, frontis and plates, name blacked out on title. 22cms, DJ with chips and small loss of back flap, in archival plastic cover. 3. London Illustrated News 29th February 1936, featuring the Queen Mary and her maiden voyage. Enclosed is the four-page panorama of the ‘Queen Mary’ in full colours, that was issued with the paper. 4. Cunard Christmas Number 1929. 5. Queen Mary Long beach California - in full colour. Small booklet. Official Queen Mary Souvenir. 6. Postcard image in colour of the ship, verso reads Abstract of Log of the Cunard White Star R.M.S. “Queen Mary” ... $100 - $200 269 WEBSTER, E.H., and L. NORMAN A Hundred Years of Yachting. Govt of Tasmania/Hobart Marine Board and the Hobart City Council 1936. 256p, illustrated, fldg panorama at end [unsightly tape repair with tape marks on endpapers]. Browning and light damp wrinkles. 24.5cm DJ soiled. Reading copy.

Newspapers & Periodicals 270 BOUND PERIODICALS The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News Two bound volumes January - June 1891; July - December 1893; Folio’s bound in HC bindings and original title labels, some scuffing overall VG. The paper covered as the title indicates, both sporting and theatrical events, including news and criticism as well as serialised fiction. $100 - $150 271 ENGRAVINGS, LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS Auckland [4x] Four engravings from the London Illustrated News of Auckland [a] Panmure Bridge. 12 x 24cms. [b] East View of Auckland, from a photograph by W.H. Sutcliffe. 12 x 21.5cms. [c] Auckland Harbour and Mount Rangitoto. From Cemetary Gully. 27 x 17cms. [d] A view of Auckland. 10.5 x 18cms. All are mounted.

272 NEW ZEALAND NEWSPAPERS, [4 items] Christmas Numbers and Albums 1. The Star Pictorial Annual, Christchurch New Zealand 1929. Colour paper covers, B/W and sepia toned scenic images throughout. 2. Auckland Weekly News, Christmas Number 1912. Colour front cover of Kiwi. Includes an article on fishing by ‘Margaret’ with photos. 3. New Zealand Illustrated, colour paper cover of Aratia Rapids Waikato River. All have laminated covers and are VG. 4. Auckland Weekly News, Christmas Number 1901. Colour front cover [not laminated] complete and VG. $100 - $125 273 PERIODICAL The Southern Magazine 1864 Vol.1. No.12. Auckland: Robert H. Creighton & Alfred Scales [1864]. 649-722p, includes lithograph of Ngaruawahia and the Waikato River by J. Varty and adverts at end, The History of the Early Gold Discoveries in New Zealand. Browning, lacking back cover and front cover detached but complete. $50-$100 274 PERIODICAL, [Bound Volume] Light and Liberty Issued in the Interests of Good Government: Published under the Auspices of the Political Reform League. Auckland: Ptd at the City Press. No.1. May 27, 1913 to May 23rd 1914. Frontis, portrait of the Prime Minister, W.F. Massey. 21cms, bound in blue cloth, gilt titles. VG. 275 PERIODICALS The Illustrated London News [and The Graphic] A bundle of pages of New Zealand content, includes engravings ‘The Murder of a Missionary in New Zealand’ [Rev. Mr Volkner]; The Volcanic Eruptions in New Zealand; Views at the seat of war in New Zealand; the War in New Zealand: Tauranga Harbour, with the camp of the head quarters of the 68th and 43rd Regiments; Native Games at Te Papa Camp, Tauranga, New Zealand.; Large Meeting of settlers and Maoris at a native village near Napier; Surrender of the Tauranga natives at the Te Papa Station; The 57th Regiment taking a Maori Redoubt on the Katikara River, Taranaki.. etc Approximately 35 l., some double page all with engravings, much New Zealand Wars content.

Literature 276 CHESTERTON, G.K. The Incredulity of Father Brown. London: Cassell and Co 1926, first edition. Contemporary inscription front endpaper, 19.5cms, bound in original black cloth with ted titles and wavy rules, near fine, in DJ [as for first printing but does not have 7/6 on spine], small tape repairs verso and cm loss to head of spine. $100 - $200 277 DUNSANY, LORD Lord Adrian [Golden Cockerel Press] A Play in Three Acts. Engravings by Robert Gibbings. Berkshire: Golden Cockerel Press 1933, No.40 of 325 copies. 24.5cms, bound in quarter leather with decorative papered boards, spine discoloured. $100 - $200 278 DURRELL, LAWRENCE, JEAN FANCHETTE [edit] Two Cities - Homage A Lawrence Durrell La Revue Bilingue De Paris, Number 1. 1959. Paris. The first part of this periodical is a collection of pieces under the title, Homage a Lawrence Durrell. The contributors include Henry Miller, [The Durrell of the Black Book days], Alfred Perles [Enter Jupiter Jr], Richard Aldington [A Note on Lawrence Durrell] etc. Other contributors include Anais Nin, Michael Baldwin etc; 21.5cms, original blue paper covers with contents, marginal browning. VG. $50
































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279 FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT The Great Gatsby London: The Grey Walls Press 1949 second impression. 164p, foxing, 19cms, owners signature on endpaper, bound in original green cloth, VG and in DJ with small chips VG. 80 - $100 280 FLEMING, IAN On Her Majesty’s Service Ln: Jonathon Cape 1963, first edition. 288p, bound in black papered boards with ski tracks, gilt spine titles, fine and in a VG near fine DJ priced at 16/-. $200 - $300 281 FLEMING, IAN The Man with the Golden Gun. Ln: Jonathon Cape 1965. With ‘First published 1965’ verso of title page. 221p. green endpapers, signature on front free endpaper and one tape mark. 19.5cms, original black boards with gilt spine titles. In original DJ, with edge chips, price clipped, some light foxing and a tide mark showing verso. $80 - $100 282 FLEMING, IAN Thunderball Ln: Jonathon Cape 1961, with ‘First Published 1961’ verso of title page. 19.5cms, a few spots on edges and endpapers, else clean, bound in blindstamped papered boards with gilt spine titles, VG. In a price clipped DJ with a small chip head of spine, no loss of title and a tape mark across the chip verso, edges lightly rubbed. $100 283 FLEMING, IAN You Live Only Twice Ln: Jonathon Caoe 1964 with ‘First Published March 1964’ verso of title page. 256p, 19.5cms, in black papered boards with gilt Japanese lettering front board and silver spine titles. Spine is very slightly cocked, contents clean. Original DJ with superficial insect damage to the spine, price clipped and edges reinforced with paper tape verso and light edgewear. $100 - $200 284 FLEMING, IAN You Only Live Twice Ln: Jonathon Cape 1964, first edition. 256p, 19.5cms, black papered boards with gilt Japanese script on front board and silver spine titles. A small neat signature on front free endpaper, else a fine copy in a fine DJ. $200 - $400 285 FORSTER, E.M. Howards End London: Edward Arnold 1910, first edition, Colonial Edition. [2] l., 343p, only [1] l., of adverts. Smith Bookshop stamp on front endpaper and signature of Pat Lawlor, light browning to endpapers and sprinkle of foxing throughout. 19.5cms, publishers maroon ribbed cloth, gilt spine titles, light wear at edges. $50 - $100 286 GREENE, GRAHAM England Made Me Ln: Heinemann 1935, first edition. A few spots on edges, 19cms bound in original red clothgilt titles, spine faded and a few light marks, VG tight copy. $100 - $200 287 GREENE, GRAHAM The Quiet American Ln: Heinemann 1955, first edition. 247p, a few spots on endpapers and edges, else clean, contemporary neat signature and date on endpaper and a cinema ticket to the film tipped on. 20cms, original publisher’s cloth with gilt spine titles, very light marginal fading, in original patterned DJ priced 13/6, small loss to base of spine [publisher] and some browning. In archival wrapper. $150

288 HEMINGWAY, ERNEST The Old Man and the Sea. Ln: Jonathon Cape 1952, first UK edition. 127p, small name on front endpaper, contents clean, in DJ with rubbing at hinges and very small marginal nicks. 2. The Old Man and the Sea. N.Y: Charles Scribner’s Sons 1952. Early trade edition, Scribners seal on copyright page Inscription on front endpaper, in original blue cloth, damp stain to top corner of front board. DJ has Winner of Nobel Prize for Literature 1954 and books titles by Hemingway with his photo on the back panel. $60 - $100 289 HEMINGWAY, ERNEST To Have and Have Not London: Jonathon Cape 1937, first English edition. Original blue cloth with gilt spine titles, spine slightly cocked, small sprinkle of foxing, mostly on edges, 20cms, original unclipped 7/6, DJ small nicks spine ends and light wear at hinges. Scarce early Hemingway title. $100. 290 HEMINGWAY, ERNEST [Two titles] The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories London: Jonathon Cape 1939, first English edition. In original oatmeal publishers cloth with red titles, VG. In original DJ unclipped. browning verso and wear at edges,small chips head of spine. 2. For Whom the Bell Tolls. London: Jonathon Cape 1941, first English edition. Light browning on endpapers and a few spots on edges. 20.5cms, original blue cloth with gilt titles, VG.In original price clipped DJ, small edge chips and loss at base of spine, no loss of publishers name. $200 - $300 291 HENTY, G.A. On the Irrawaddy A Story of the First Burmese War. London Blackie and Son 1897. Illustrated by W.H. Overend, 352p, frontis and plates. Browning on endpapers and sprinkle of light foxing on prelims. 19cms in original pictorial publishers cloth, a VG copy with minimal wear to spine ends. $50 - $100 292 HENTY, G.A. Through Russian Snows. A Story of Napoleon’s Retreat from Moscow. London: Blackie & Son 1896, first edition, first impression. Illustrated by W.H. Overend, 352p, publishers 32p, adverts, frontis, plates, map and plans. Light foxing on prelims and neat contemporary inscription on half title dated ‘Dec, 27. 1895’. 19.3cms, bound in original pictorial publishers cloth, near fine. $50 - $100 293 HOWARD, BRIAN God Save the King: First Poems Paris: Hours Press [1931] No 5 of a limited edition of 150 copies signed by the author. 40p, 30cms, some light browning and old damp marks on margins. Original leather back, blue papered boards with designs by John Banting, gilt lettering and date 1930 to spine. A leather scuffed and boards, discoloured, but a tight sound copy. A first collection of poetry, printed by Nancy Cunard. His work was highly praised at the time, but he never achieved critical success and eventually committed suicide in 1958 after years of drug and alcohol abuse. $200 - $400 294 KIPLING, RUDYARD [2 titles] The Jungle Book. The Jungle Book - Macmillan and Co 1895, first edition, third reprint. 212p, frontis, illustrated, book plate front endpaper and owners signature. 19cms, all edges gilt, original blue blue cloth lettered and illustrated in gilt, light wear spine ends. VG 2. The Second Jungle Book - Macmillan and Co 1895, first edition. 238p, [1] l., [advert], frontis, illustrated. 19cms, all edges gilt, original blue cloth lettered and illustrated in gilt, spine discoloured and some wear edges and spine ends. A nice set. $200 - $400

295 KIPLING, RUDYARD [3 titles] Kim Ln: Macmillan 1901, first edition. [3] l., 413p, [2] l., [adverts], 10 plates. 20.5cms, some foxing, mainly on endpaaers, book plate front endpaper, original red cloth with elephant medallion front board and gilt titles, light wear and rubbing hinges and edges, good copy. 2. Kim. Macmillan and Co 1901 Colonial Library edition. 413p, adverts at end.Foxing, 19.5cms, original dark blue cloth worn, spine ends frayed, split back hinge. 3. Soldiers Three the Story of the Gadsbys in Black and White. Ln: Sampson Low, Marston & Co 1892 rep. 295p, enpspers browned, spine cocked. Bound in blue publishers cloth gilt rules andblind stmaped, gilt titles. worn spine ends and light marks. $150 - $200 296 LE CARRE, JOHN The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd 1963, first edition, first printing. 222p, corner clipped from front free endpaper, sprinkle of foxing, mostly on the edges of the last half of the book. 19cms, in original blue papered boards with gilt spine titles, spine slightly cocked and a narrow margin of fading spine ends, in the original unclipped DJ, foxing, spine faded and small chips spine ends. $200 297 LEE, HARPER To Kill a Mockingbird Ln: Heinemann 1960, first UK edition. 296p, a few light spots, mostly on edges, else clean 20.4cms, in original maroon publisher’s cloth with silver titles, a very small margin of fading top of spine, In the original DJ with 16s on front flap. light edge wear in archival wrapper, photo of Harper Lee by Michael Brown on back cover. VG copy. $200 - $300 298 LONDON, JACK The Game NY: Macmillan and Co 1905, first edition. 182p, [3] l., [adverts], pictorial endpapers, 6 colour plates, numerous in text illustrations. 19.5cms bound in original pictorial publishers blue/green cloth with red titles, light wear at edges, VG copy. $150 299 MAUGHAM, SOMERSET Cakes and Ale London: William Heinemann [1953]. Limited Edition number 778 of 1,000 copies signed by author and illustrator. Illustrated by Graham Sutherland, xii, 255p, frontis and Illustrations by Graham Sutherland. 23.5cms, bound in original 1/2 white morocco with dark blue morocco boards, top edge gilt, pages uncut. Some light discolouration to spine, in glassine wrapper and in original black slipcase. VG copy. $200 - $250 300 POWELL, ANTHONY The Acceptance World London: Heinemann 1955. first edition, first impression. Original red cloth, titles to spine, gilt on a black ground, fine. In a VG DJ with some small chips at head of spine, not price clipped. An excellent copy of the first edition, third novel in ‘A Dance to the Music of Time’ series. $200 - $300 301 SAYERS, DOROTHY L. Gaudy Night [plus one signed] London: Victor Gollancz 1935, first edition. 483p, Some foxing front and back pages and on edges,20cms, original black cloth with gilt spine titles, near fine and in the first printing DJ with black and magenta titles, some foxing and fading, edge chips. 2. Dorothy Sayers - Busmans Holiday. London: Victor Gollancz 1937, first edition. 446p, [1]l., hand written on verso description on Sayers in “The Woman at Oxford”. Foxing, contemporary signature on title page and signed Dorothy Sayers on half title. In original worn and faded black cloth binding. $200 - $400

302 tHE STRAND MAGAZINES Conan Doyle 1. The Strand Magazine Christmas 1909. No. 228. Vol. 38. George Newnes. Includes ‘The Home-Coming’ by Arthur Conan Doyle. Original pictorial paper covers, scuffed and rubbed, overall VG. 2. The Strand Magazine July 1913, No. 270, Vol. xiv. George Newnes. Includes ‘The Poison Belt’ by A.Conan Doyle illustrated by Harry Rountree also includes Baroness Orczy. Original pictorial paper covers, VG. Also box of 9 vintage Conan Doyle Books - Captain of the Polestar [1893]; Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. 1892, first US ed; Sunlight Year Book 1897; The Land of Mist. 1926, 2nd ed; Selections for the Strand Vol.1. 1966; London Scene from The Strand. 1974; M. Coren -Conan Doyle Biography. 1995; The Return of Arhur Conan Doyle. 1985; Hall Sherlock Holmes and His Creator. 1978. Condition varies, mostly VG. 303 VERNE, JULES Clovis Darnentor Ln: Sampson Low, Marston & Co 1897. viii, 320p, frontis and illustrations. Presentation label front endpaper, bound in original red pictorial publishers cloth with gilt and black titles. VG. $100

New Zealand Literature, 304 ALLEY, REWI Bundle of Booklets [17x] They include The Mistake, Poems [2x]; Man to Be, Poems; Gung Ho, Poems; Amongst Hills and Streams of Hunan; Prisoners, Shanghai 1936; Upsurge Asia and the Pacific, Poems; Journey to Outer Mongolia; Land of the Morning Calm Spring in Vietnam and seven other similar. All in original covers, mostly VG. 305 BAXTER, ARCHIBALD We Will Not Cease. [Plus] The Autobiography of a Conscientious Objector. ChCh: Caxton Press 1968. 189p, in original wrappers, fine copy. First published by Gollancz in 1939. 2. The Memoirs of Millicent Baxter. Cape Catley 1981. 144p, 22.5cms, red cloth with gilt titles, fine, in DJ in plastic cover. Newspaper clippings loosely enclosed. $50 - $60 306 BAXTER, JAMES K. Beyond the Palisade ChCh: The Caxton Press 1944, first edition.40p, Neat contemporary owners details front endpaper. 22cms, original green papered boards with black titles, light marginal discolouration, VG copy of Baxter’s first book. $100 - $150 307 BAXTER, JAMES K. Four God Songs Karori: Futuna Press [1972]. Cover title, [15]p, 15cms, original red card covers, fine copy. $50 - $75 308 BETHELL, MARY URSULA Collected Poems ChCh: Caxton Press 1950. 111p, neat owners name on endpaper. 22cms, original blue cloth worn at hinges and edges. $50 309 BETHELL, URSELLA Day and Night [signed] Poems 1924 - 1934. Chch: Caxton Press 1939. Signed by author on title page, 57p, sprinkle of foxing throughout. Contemporary inscription on free endpaper. 22cms, bound in quarter white cloth with blue papered boards, VG, in DJ spine discoloured with small loss at base. $100 310 BETHELL, URSULA Notebook A blank notebook bound in brown quarter leather with vellum boards and with Ursula Bethell tooled in gilt on to the front board. Binding rubbed, pages crisp and clean. $100

311 BETHELL, URSULA Time and Place [ Inscribed and signed] Poems. Chch: Caxton Press 1936. 36p, [2] l., Inscribed on half title ‘This copy belings to Katsy. Inscribed this eleventh day of April A.D. 1944 by her old friend the author on sick-bed’. Also signed on title page. Sprinkle of foxing throughout and front free endpaper has been cut out. On page 13 a typed verse of ‘The Long Harbour’ has been laid on bottom of the page and a notation in Ursula Bethells hand writing ‘omitted from the Long Harbour’. 20cms, original brown wrappers with paper title label. Splitting at hinge and edge worn. $100 312 BRACKEN, THOMAS Bundle of Items 1. Flowers of the Free Lands. Dn: Mills Dick and Co 1877. 19cms, real photo frontis [portrait of Bracken], original lavender cloth, blindstamped with gilt wreath and titles, spine faded. 2. Behind the Tomb and Other Poems, Melbourne 1871. Inscribed by author on half title. Exlib copy with library marks.17.5cms,, original green cloth with gilt titles. 3. Lays and Lyrics. Well: Brown, Thompson and Co 1893. 17.5 cms, Illustrated papered boards. 4. Lays of the Land of the Maori and Moa. Ln: Sampson, Low ... 1884. Decorative brown cloth 17cms. 5. G.W. Otterson - Memoirs of Thomas Bracken. Original paper covers. 6. Not Understood and Other Poems. Well: Gordon & Gotch 1928. Paper covers 7. Not Understood. W & T 1956, wrappers. 8. Musings in Maoriland. Dn etc: Arthur T. Keirle 1890. A Jubilee Edition. 25.5cms, beige cloth with gilt titles,. 9. Ballads on Thomas Bracken. Dunmore Press 1975. Conditions varies, all good copies. 10. Tom Bracken’s Annual. 1896. Well: McKee and Gamble 1896. 80p, adverts, lacking pages to vp, and the original paper covers. $100 - $200 313 CAMPBELL, ALISTAIR [8 Items] Blue Rain [signed copies] Well: Wai-te-ata Press 1967. Signed by author, limited edition of 150 copies. Card wrappers, VG. 2. Mine Eyes Dazzle. Poems 1947-49. ChCh: The Pegasus Press 1950. Limited edition, No 222 of 300 copies. R.D. McEldowney’s copy with his signature front endpaper. Cloth backed with marbled boards and in original DJ, VG. 3. The Happy Summer. W & T 1961. DJ. 4. Stone Rain. Hazard Press. Inscribed by author. card covers. 5. Maori Battalion. A Poetic Sequence . Wai-te-ata Press 2001. Signed by author. 6. Kapiti. Selected Poems 1947-71. Pegasus Press 1972. 7. Island to Island. Whitcoulls 1984. Signed by author. DJ. 8. The Fruit Farm. A bulletin for schools.Govt Ptr 1970. Card covers. All copies VG to fine. $150 314 CATTON, ELEANOR The Rehearsal Victoria University Press 2008. Signed by author on title page. Original card covers, VG. $50 315 CURNOW, ALLEN [2 titles] Poetry and Language A Right Angle Booklet. ChCh: Caxton Club Press 1935. 14p, [1] l., bound in grey card covers with red and black titles, faded and split along hinge. Edition of 150 copies. 2. Allen Crunow: An Abominable Temper & Other Poems.ChCh: Nags Head Press 1973, edition of 300 copies. 35p, 18cms, pink paper covers, spine faade else VG, $75 316 FAIRBURN, A.R.D. The County [signed] London: Blue Moon Poem for Christmas 1931. No 77 of 100 signed copies. [2] l., illustration. With the book plate of James Strohn Copley on the back cover and in a green cloth covered custom made folder with the Copley bookplate inside the cover. Fine. $100 - $200

317 FRAME, JANET The Lagoon and other stories. ChCh: The caxton Press 1961. 123p, 19cms, green boards and in DJ, fine copy. $50 318 HONE, W A Dreams of Wanderings and Other Poems. Wanganui: H. I. Jones and Son Ltd 1925. [2] l., 380p, frontis. 21.5cms, bound in original full maroon leather, gilt titles, VG copy. Inscribed on endpaper ‘ The author was one of the first settlers in the Kohi district, Waverley. He died at the age of 78 and left instructions for his work to be published. 206 copies only were printed. 156 were bound while the other 509 were burnt in a fire at H. I. Jones Ltd the printer’. $60 - $100 319 HUNT, SAM A Letter to Jerusalem [Inscribed] Printed by the Bottle Press [1971]. Cover by Robin White. 32 x 13 cms, one folded sheet, inscribed ‘Rosey and Don love from Sam. Bottle Creek Originals.’ VG. $60 - $100 320 HUNT, SAM Beware the Man Wellington: The Triple P Press [? 1972]. Cover title, 4p, 2 lino cuts, inscribed to “Rosie and Don with love Sam”. 24cm original brown paper covers, VG. $150 - $200 321 HUNT, SAM Bottle Creek Blues Bottle Creek Press [1971]. Single folded leaf within blue card covers, [30cms] titled down the front cover in various hands ‘bottle creek’ with their names on the back cover. Poem written on a single leaf, cover faded. ‘.... Sad protest songs are sung and heard like this one here. And afterwards the audience goes home convinced the shit’s cleared clean away with words... The wind can’t blow any harder. the air’s too heavy for the birds. $100 322 HUNT, SAM From Bottle Creek [Plus] Well: Alister Taylor 1972. Folder containing four booklets My Father Scything; When Morning Comes; Black Toadstools; A Purple Balloon. All in original coloured card covers and fine, in a silver folder with portrait and purple titles, silver lightly rubbed. 2. Sam Hunt - Approaches to Paremata. Penguin 1985. Signed by author. 3. Sam Hunt - Down the Backbone. Hodder Moa 1995. Card covers. 4. Making Tracks Hazard Press 1991. Card covers. 5. Doubles, new and selectected poems. Craig Potton 2008. Hard cover, DJ, fine. 6. S am Hunt - Chords & Other Poems. Card covers, Craig Potton 2011. fine. 7. Angel Gear, on the Road. Heinemann Reed 1989. Hard cover, DJ, fine. 8. Sam Hunt - Backroad, Charting a Poets Life. Craig Potton, 2009. Hard cover, DJ, fine. $60 - $80 323 HUNT, SAM [2 titles] Bracken Country [signed] Glenbervie Press 1971. Inscribed to ‘Sonia and Les. Good Wishes, Sam’. 24cms, black card covers, silver titles, sunned, else VG. 2. South Into Winter. Alister Taylor 1973. Folder containing South into Winter No’s 2; 3; 5; 6 and 8. Folder faded and rubbed, contents VG. $40 - $50 324 HUNT, SAM, [Typescript Poems] The Third Bow-Wow Poem A single sheet with two poems. 1. The Third Bow-Wow Poem - nine line poem 2. And One More Makes Four. Five line poem. Typed signature Sam Hunt at bottom of page.

325 HYDE, ROBIN The Godwits Fly. Hurst and Blackett 1938, first impression. Light foxing, name whited out on front endpaper. 296p, 16p of adverts at end.19cms, bound in green cloth with dark green title panel on spine, faded at spine and edges, tight sound copy. $200 326 HYDE, ROBIN [two titles] Dragon Rampant London: Hurst & Blackett [1939], third impression. 318p, [4]pp adverts. Light sprinkle of foxing, 22cms, bound in blue cloth, fade marks on spine, in DJ with chips and small losses. 2. Passport to Hell. Auckland University Press edition 1986. soft covers, VG. $100 327 LITERATURE New Zealand - 6 Items 1. M.K. Joseph - The Living Countries, Poems. 21.5cms, wrappers. 2. Ian A. Gordon - New Zealand New Writing/ Number 1. Well: Progressive Pub Soc nd [ca 1943]. Paper covers. 3. M.K. Joseph - Imaginery Islands, Poems. Ptd by W & T. Cream papered boards. 4. James Kirkup - The Descent into the Cave. Oxford Univ Press 1957. DJ, VG. 5. James K, Baxter - The Fire and the Anvil. Well: NZ Univ Press 1955. Inscribed front endpaper ‘from J.K.B.’ Paper covers. 6. J.R. Hervey - New Poems. Caxton Press 1942. Papred boards, VG. Plus 3 booklets a Masonic handbook; Exhibition catalogue from Rome; H.A. Holmes - Impressions of Soviet Russia. [Gore 1935]. 328 MACKAY, JESSIE [editor] New Zealand Rhymes Old and New ChCh etc: W & T nd [ca 1908], New Zealand Booklet Series, No.5. 34p, 2 illustrations, 15cms, original deckle edged white paper covers, green titles, a fine copy in the original presentation envelope. 329 MANHIRE, BILL [14 titles] Soho Square Edited by Bill Manhire. Bridget Williams Books [1991] wrappers, fine. 2. South Pacific - Manchester: Carcanet 1994. Inscibed and signed by Bill Manhire. DJ, fine copy. 3. Songs of my Life. Auck: Godwit 1996. Card wrappers, fine. 4. Chosen by Bill Manhire - 100 New Zealand Poems. Auck: Godwit 1994. Paper covers, fine. 5. The Victims of Lightning. Well: Victoria Univ Press 2010. Signed by author. 6. Edited by Bill Manhire - Six by Six. Short stoies by NZ’s best writers. Victoria Univ Press 1989. card covers VG. 7. An Amazing Week in New Zealand. Well: Just As I Am Press 1993. Signature on title, else fine. 8. Lifted. Victoria Univ Press 2005. Paper covers, fine. 9. Collected Poems. Victoria Univ Press 2001. Paper covers, fine. 10. Mutes & Earthquakes. Victoria Univ Press 1997. 11. Doubtful Sounds. Victoria Univ Press 2000, paper covers, fine. 12. Are Angels OK ?. Victoria Univ Press 2006 rep. Paper covers, fine. 13. Manhire at 60 A Book for Bill. Voctoria Univ Press 2006, paper covers, fine. 14. New Zealand Poems. Godwit 2005, paper covers, fine. 15. Under the Influence. Well: Four Winds Press 2003. Wrappers, fine. $60 - $120 330 MASON, R.A.K. Rex Fairburn 1962 [Plus] University of Otago 1962, 100 copies printed at the Press Room, this is copy number 90. 2 l., cover titles. ‘In the earlier years when there were few publishing outlets for New Zealand poets, possession of the resources to print and publish their works seemed to bring a resonsibilty to do so. Under Esplin’s and Maslen’s guidance the class of 1962 printed 0ne page at a time 100 copies of Mason;s talk on fellow poet Rex Fairburn...’ Otago University Library. 2. China Dances - Script for a Dance drama by Margaret Barr and other verses. Dn: J. Ptd by J McIndoe 1962. Card covers, VG. 3. Squire Speaks - A Play for Radio. ChCh: Caxton Press 1938. [2] l., 6pp, original card covers, superificial silver fish damage, else VG. $50 - $75

331 NEW ZEALAND Early NZ Literature 1. George Powick Brown - The Lay of the Bantry Bay and Other Verses. Levin: Horowhenua Pub Co [1917]. 32p, 21cms, original paper covers, light marks and chips. 2. Alfred Ingleson - The Battle of Life. or Reminiscences of A Working Man. ChCh: Ptd by the Lyttelton Times and Published by author 1881. Second thousand. 152p, [2]p, 18cms, lacking paper covers. Effectively in two parts; the authors early life and service in the Indain army, experiences in Australia and New Zealand [chiefly Christchurch] followed by his impressions of the two countries when writing, and travel abroad. Bagnall 2809 3. Robert Thew - Reminiscences of my Life and Other Papers. Timaru: Published by author 1916.105p, original paper covers, VG. 332 WALL, ARNOLD Theme and Variations Illustrated by V. Gould. W & T, no date [1938]. No 93 of 150 copies signed by the author and publisher, privately published. Poetry by Professor Arnold Wall who was professor at Canterbury University College. 29.5cms, presentation label front endpaper and rubber stamp on p1. bound in black cloth, gilt titles, in DJ with short tear and small nicks. VG. $50

Art 333 ART PERIODICALS Landfall & Ascent Landfall - 22 issues between Volume. I. No.4. 1947 and Vol. 25. No. 1 1973. Ascent - 3 issues. Vol.I. No’s 2,3, & 4. 1969 and Vol.I. No.1 1967. Work of W.B. McInnes. Melbourne: McCubbin, ltd ed of 600 copies. With a school presentation label front endpaper to Rhona Hazard for ‘Antique Head’. Original card covers. Plus nineteen other catalogues and art books. 334 AT AND CRAFT 10 Art Books 1. Peter Cape - Please Touch. Collins 1980. 2. Blumhardt & Brake - Craft New Zealand. Reed 1981. 3. Helen Schamroth - 100 New Zealand Craft Artists. Godwit 1998. 4. Peter Cape - New Zealand Painting since 1960. Collins 1979. 5. Headlands - Thinking Through New zealand Art. Sydney 1992. 6. Allan Smith - Bright Paradise. 2001. 7. ANZ Art. Australian and New Zealand artists in Edinburgh. 1984. 8. Anne Kirker - New Zealand Women Artists. Craftsman 1993. 9. Burke & Calhoun - Art and Organised Labour. Wellington [1990]. 10. New Image Aspects of recent New Zealand art. Auckland 1983. All volumes good to VG. 335 BARR, JIM & MARY Contemporary New Zealand Painters Photographs by Marti Friedlander. Martinborough: Alister Taylor 1980. 176p, colour and B/W plates. spine sunned, 31cms, original red cloth with blue and yellow titles. In original slip case. $100 - $150 336 CAUGHEY, E, and J. GOW Contemporary Art. 4 Parts. Auckland: David Bateman 1977 - 2005. Four volumes, all in original pictorial wrappers and fine. $80 - $100 337 ELLIS, E.M. & D.G. Early Prints of New Zealand 1642-1875. Avond Fine Prints, Christchurch 1978. 328p, imdex at end. 25cms, original brown cloth with gilt titles, VG. 2. Face to Face. A Survey of Artists Prints. Wellington: National Art Gallery 1986. Wrappers, VG,. 338 GRAHAM-STEWART, MICHAEL, JOHN GOW Out of Time Maori and the Photographer 1860 - 1940. John Leech Gallery 2006. 141p, sepia toned plates, 31cms, DJ, VG. $50 - $75

339 HARVEY, ANDREW Aim High [Plus] Uno Pub Ltd 2000, No 305 of an edition of 750 copies. Fine in its Red box. 2. Gil Docking - Two Hundred Years of New Zealand Painting. Bateman 1990. 3 - 5. Michael Dunn - [ 3 titles] A Concise History of New Zealand Painting. Craftsman House 1993; Contemporary Painting in New Zealand. Craftsman House 1996; New Zealand Painting, A Concise History. Auckland Univ Press 2003. 6. C. Eldredge - Pacific Parallels. [1991]; 7. A Survey of Recent New Zealand Art. National Art Gallery 1986 8. Peter Shaw - Why Go to the Riviera. Imags of Wellington. Godwit 2003; 9. Elva Bett - New Zealand Art. A Modern Perspective. Reed Methuen 1986; 10. Gordon Brown - New Zealand Painting. Collins 1975. 11. Gregory O’Brian - We set out one morning. Works from the BNZ art Collection. All VG. 340 HOTERE, RALPH Black Light Major works including collaborations with Bill Culbert. Dunedin Public Art Gallery & Te Papa Press 2005 rep. 133p, illustrated 30cms, card wrappers, VG. 341 MORRISON, ROBIN At Home and Abroad. [Plus] A Collection of Photographs. Auckland: Tandem Press 1999. 165p. Inscription on half title. Wrappers, VG. 2. Sense of Place. Photographs of New Zealand. Saint Publishing 1995 rep. 110p, oblong 21 x 25cms, VG. 3. Friedlander and McNeish - Larks in a Paradise. New Zealand Portraits. Collins 1974, first edition.1122, photographs and text. 29cms, DJ rubbed spine ends, else VG. 342 MORRISON, ROBIN From the Road The South Island of New Zealand. The Old Post Office, Martinborough, Alister Taylor 1981. 155 colour images from photographs with titles, sprinkle of foxing throughout. Oblong in orignal blue papered boards with laid on photograph, VG. $200 - $300 343 McCAHON, COLIN Catalogue Auckland: Barry Lett Galleries nd [ ? 1968]. Folded white card illustrated on front ‘Working Drawings for No.6 & 5 “Visible Mysteries” 1968 and Inside, ‘Colin McCahon’s Bargain Basement! of Multiples & Variations on his Regular Themes... also Visible Mysteries... 20.5cms. VG 2. Gates and Journeys. Auckland Art Gallery, Centennial Exhibition. 157p, illustrated. Oblong, 24 x 29.5cms. $200 - $300 344 New Zealand Art Paul Dibble. Paul Dibble. Bateman 2001. Wrappers, fine 2. Warwick Brown - 100 New Zealand Artists. Godwit 1996. DJ. 3, Gregory O’Brien - Lands & Deeds. Profiles of Contemporary New Zealand Artists. Godwit 1996. DJ. 4. G. McCormick & J McDermott - Heartland. moa Beckett 1994, DJ. 5. Figurative Art Now. 9 New Zealand Artists. Barrington 1975. 6. Jill McIntosh - Contemporary New Zealand Artists. Wellington Art Gallery 1989. 7. Darcy Lange - Video Art. Auckland University Dept of Film 2001. All VG to fine. 345 PADOVAN, RENZO The Maori as an Artist. [Plus] Plates and an Essay. Reed 1967. 45 plates, 35 cms, DJ. 2. Sandy Adsett et al - Mataora; The Living Face. Contemporary Maori Art. Auckland: Bateman 1996. DJ. 3. Anon - Portraits of Oceania. Art Gallery N.S.W. 1997. 4. S. Mallon et al - Pacific Art; Niu Sila. The Pacific Dimension of contemporary New Zealand Art. Te Papa Press 2002. 5. Michael Trotter - Prehistoric Rock Art in New Zealand. Longman Paul 1981. 5. Francis Pound - The Space Between. Pakeha use of Maori Motifs in Modernist New Zealand Art. Workshop Press 1994. All Good to VG.

346 tHE NEW ZEALAND Ex Libris Society, Wellington 1930. No.1. No 37 of 150 copies signed by Pat Lawlor. 2. Eileen Mayo. Painter Designer [1992] 3. Dunedin 3 Designers, Lily Daff, Rona Dyer, Eileen Mayo. Hocken Library 1999. 4. Early Water colours of New Zealand. Auckland Art Gallery 1963. 5. The La Trobe Scheme at the Dunedin School of Art. Hocken Library 1989. 347 tOMBS, HARRY Art in New Zealand An almost complete run from No.1. 1928 to No 64 June 1944, lacking one issue only No. 32 [1936]. Then five issues of The Arts in New Zealand No’s 65, 66,67, 68, 69. Also a few doubleups. Condition varies, some are exlibrary, all with original covers. Fair to VG. $200 - $400 348 WESTRA, ANS Washday at the Pa A Bulletin for Schools. School Publications Branch, Wellington Govt Ptr 1964, first edition. 32p, images from photographs by Ans Westra. Original illustrated card covers. Exlib copy rubber stamps else VG copy. Following a campaign by the Maori Women’s Welfare league that the living conditions portrayed were atypical all 38,000 copies were withdrawn and all copies in schools were recalled and shredded. Scarce. $50 349 WILSON, HENRY L. The Bungalow Book A Short Sketch of the Evolution of the Bungalow... Chicago: Henry L.Wilson, 1910 fifth edition. 159p, illustrations and plans throughout. A few light marks, 27.5cms, original maroon cloth blindstamped with white titles and laid on illustration. VG Scarce. $100 - $200

Children’s & Illustrated Books 349a TEMPEST, MARGARET Curly Cobbler [Plus others] 1. Curly Cobbler & the Happy Return. 1949; Curly Cobbler and the Robins. [1951]; Curly Cobbler & the Snowfall. [1948]; Pinkie Mouse & Christmas Day. 1946; Pinkie Mouse and Koko. [1947]; Pinkie Mouse & the Balloons.[1944]. All Ln: Collinbs, original pictorial boards with cloth spines. A few marks G to VG. 2. Enid Blyton – ‘Little Book’ No’s 1, 4 [x2],6,7,11,12, 13. All Ln: Brockhampton Press. Condition varies mostly G to VG. 3. Robin A. Hood – Wee Squirrelkin; Just a tiny Mite. Both Humphrey Milford, Oxford. Pictorial boards, worn. 4. Ernest Aris – The Tale of Betsy Trot. Ln: Geographia [1923]; The Tale of Lot o’Pickles; The Tale of Simon Whiskers. Both Ln: Humphrey Milford. Original paperd boards, cloth spines, G. to VG. 350 BOYS PERIODICAL, [33 issues] Boy’s Own Paper An interrupted run of Boy’s Own Paper of 33 issues, 1930 - 10 issues; 1938 - 3 issues; 1939 - 1 issue; 1940 - 1 issue; 1941 - 8 issues; 1942 - 6 issues; and one issue each 1942, 43, 52 and 54. All are in original paper covers, condition varies mostly good +. Includes many early Biggles stories. $100 - $150 351 CHRISTIE CONNIE, [Plus Vintage Childrens Books] The Fairy Mermaid Melb: Digest Juvenile Productions. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 2. Judy’s Holdiday. Digest Juvenile Productions. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 3. Baby Bunting Comes to Town. Digest Juvenile Productions. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 4. J ean De Brunhoff - The story of Babar the little elephant with six other similar. Books for Children 1978, Large format hard cover, blue cloth spine, faded, else VG. $40 - $60

352 DAHL, ROALD The Gremlins From the Walt Disney Production. A Royal Air Force story told by Flight Road Dahl. His first book. NY: Random House 1942. Full paper colour plates and black and white illustrations contents complete and clean, one tear [no loss] on frontispiece. 28.5cms, original pictorial papered boards with red cloth spine, cloth fraying, edges worn with a few nicks and scratches. $100 - $200

359 MILNE, A.A. The House at Pooh Corner Ln: Methuen and Co 1928, first edition, de luxe issue. Illustrated by E.H. Shepard. Contents clean with pictorial endpapers. Bound in full red calf leather on flexible covers, gilt border to front cover with floral motif at each corner and vignette of Christopher Robin and Eeyore and gilt vignettes and floral decoration to spine, all edges gilt. Original red silk bookmark and in original publishers box $1500

353 DISNEY, WALT Mickey Mouse Sky-High [Two volumes] England: Birn Brothers Ltd with Walt Disney - mickey Mouse Ltd [1937] Unpaginated [62 l.,] 4 colour plates. Two plates torn 8cms along hinge, one with tape repair verso and one plate detached with chips and marginal loss in one corner, illustrations throughout many in colour. 25.5cms, original illustrated publishers boards, edge wear and fraying at spine ends. 2. Mickey Mouse Annual, Who’s Leg Pulling ? Ln: Dean & Son Ltd 1931. [unpaginated [62 l.,] 4 colour plates, sprinkle of foxing, lacking front free endpaper, original illustrated publishers boards, edge wear and spine taped with red adhesive tape. $200 - $300

360 MOORE, MRS AMBROSE E. Fairyland in New Zealand a Story of the Caves. Illustrated by Miss E.C. Harris. Auckland Brett’s Publishing Co [1909]. 58p, 6 full page plates, and illustrations. 25cms, bound in green publishers cloth with gilt titles and illustrations, text block a little loose, and light edge wear, else VG. $100

354 JANSSON, TOVE [2 titles] Moominvalley in November Ln and NY: Ernest Benn/Henry Z. Walck 1971, first English edition. 175p, frontis and illustrations, a light sprinkle of foxing on endpapers else tight and clean. 21.5 cms, peach coloured boards with gilt titles, in pictorial DJ, unclipped, light fading and browning verso, small burn mark bottom margin else VG. 2. Moominpappa at Sea. Ln: Ernest Benn 1966, first English edition. 192p, illustrated. Sprinkle of foxing on endpapers, else clean and tight, 20cms, original blue boards with gilt titles, in pictorial DJ, price clipped with small nicks and a short tear bottom margin. $100 - $150 355 JANSSON, TOVE [2 titles] The Exploits of Moominpappa Ln: Ernest Benn 1952, first English edition. 156p, [2]l, illustrtated, a sprinkle of foxing mostly on endpapers and edges. 19cms, original red boards, crease in cloth on back board, light fingermarks. In unclipped pictorial DJ a few very small nicks, some foxing and some paper repairs verso. 2. Tales from Moomin Valley. Ln: Ernest Benn 1963, first English edition. 175p, illustrated, 20cms, green cloth with gilt titles, a few spots on endpapers, else tight and clean. In unclipped pictorial DJ, VG. $100 - $200 356 KIPLING, RUDYARD A Song of the English Ln: H & S for The Daily telegraph 1915. Illustrated by W. Heath Robinson.100p, with 16 tipped in colour plates mounted on stiff paper with decorative borders. Complete, with light browning. 28cms, original decorative cream cloth with blue titles and decoration, some light discolouration, VG copy. $60 -$100 357 LOFTING, HUGH Doctor Doolittle in the Moon Ln: Jonathon Cape 1929, first English edition. 319p colour frontis and endpapers, one other colour plate and B/W illustrations.20.5cms, bound in grey cloth with mauve titles, narrow, light tide marks along bottom margin. In pictorial unclipped 7/6, DJ, lightly discoloured and rubbed, VG. $100 - $150 358 MALTBY P, [PLUS VINTAGE CHILDRENS BOOKS] Ben and Bella Books Five vintage books published by Murfett Pty Ltd, Melbourne. All large format, condition varies, edges and spines rubbed. 2. The Bushland Ballet. No publication details, Modern Ptg Co Melbourne [1946] Large format cloth spine, VG. 3. Peg Maltby - Pip and Pepita in Goblinland. Murfett Pty Ltd, Melbourne 24cms, edges rubbed, VG. 4. Ethelberta Morris - Ameliaranne’s Moving Day. Ln: George Harrap 1950, first edition. In DJ, edges rubbed, VG. $60 - $80

361 tOURTEL MARY, [Plus Vintage Childrens Books] Rupert and the Wonderful Books. Ln: Sampson Low 1946. Large format soft card covers. Worn at hinge and splitting. Contents VG. 2. D. Defoe - Robinson Crusoe. Melb: Gunn & Taylor No.98. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 3. Aesop’s Fables. Melb: Gunn & Taylor No. 82. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 4. Sheila Hodgetts - Toby Twirl and the Mermaid Princess. Ln: Sampson Low 1948. Large format soft card covers. Worn at hinge and splitting. 5. J.Barrie - Peter Pan and Wendy. England: Juvenile Productions, H & S. nd. Large format soft card covers, rubbed splitting at hinges. 6. Seven Merry Tales of Andy Pandy. No publication details, large format, soft coers. 7. Edith Grieve - Stories of Adventure. Melb: Gunn & Taylor No.98. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 8. Aesop’s Fables. Melb: Gunn & Taylor No. 81. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 9. Alphabet Books. Melb: Gunn & Taylor No.98. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 10. Aesop’s Fables. Melb: Gunn & Taylor No. 96. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 11. Our Favourite story Book. Queensland Can Comany for Offset Printing Coy. Large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. 12. Stella Mead - The Adventures of Wibbley Mouse. Ln: Amex Co Ltd, large format soft card covers, rubbed at hinges and edges. $50 - $100 362 YEARBURY, PAUKINE KAHURANGI The Children of Rangi & Papa. The Maori Story of Creation. Chch: Whitcoulls Publishers 1976. No 350 of a limited edition of 350 numbered and signed copies. 36p, 14 full page colour plates, and colour plate on front of slipcase. 26cms, bound in full maroon goatskin, blocked in gold and with gold titles. Spine faded, in original cloth slipcase, VG copy. $60 - $80

Antiquarian Books & Bindings 363 ANNO REGNI GEORGII II An Act more effectually to prevent profane Cursing and Swearing. Regis Magnae Britanniae, Franciae & Hiberniae, decimo nono: at the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the first day of December, anno Dom. 1741 ... London Printed by Thomas Baskett 1750. Title, 391 - 398p [5 l.,]. Crest on title. Bound into modern white paper covers, VG. 364 HALES, STEPHEN A Friendly Admonition to the Drinkers of Gin, Brandy and other Distilled and Spiritous Liquors... London: Pt for F & C Rivington 1800, sixthe edition. 36p, 16cms, bound in modern papered boards with paper title label. Fine. $60 - $80

365 RALPH, BENJAMIN The School of Raphael; or the Student’s Guide to Expression in Historical Painting ... London: John Boydell 1782. 106 engraved paltes some light browning mostly on opposing pages and a few spots, splash mark on one plate. Folio, bound in 19th century half calf, marbled endpapers, pebble cloth boards, minor scuffing. Second edition, an elaborated artist’s manual first published in 1859. Ralphs book begings with 12 plates of ‘the study of Geometrical Figures’, followed by 4 plates of human bodies by B. picart engraved as academic designs. The bulk of the books shows heads of figures from Raphaels cartoons. This second edition shows 106 plates as opposed to 75 plates in the first 1759 edition. Rare. $600 - $800

Posters & Advertising 366 BARRELL, C.H. Tui - Original Artwork. [plus] The original art work for the ‘Tui Nature Study’ exercise book. Painting features a tui sitting on a Kowhai branch with flowers and the words ‘Tui Nature Study’ beneath with a line of music. By C.H. Barrell from the Whitcombe & Tombs workshop, unsigned 20cms. Also 2 printed Bellbird Nature study covers. 2. C.H. Barrell - Original artwork for a calendar dated 1932 and signed in the corner by C.H. Barrell. The image on the calendar is a Japanese pagoda with blossom. 23cms, $200 - $400 367 GREETINGS &, ADVERTISING CARDS Victoria Two advertising sample albums in their original bindings ‘ 1.The Victoria Series Greetings cards and advertising calendars for Season 1934. Includes 32 cards and calendars. 2. Victoria series. Private Christmas Greetings Cards. Season 1939 with 41 cards and calendars laid on. Some with elaborate gilt & decorative ornamentation, some with art deco designs and many with decorative calendars. A few cards missing.details. The prices are beneath the cards varying with number ordered. $200 368 OSBORNE, JOHN JO-EB Art Studios [1946] [Plus photographs] Seven watercolours by commercial artist John Osborne dated 1946. Size varies approximately 16 x 13.5cms. They appear to be for a catering company, all are related to food and most feature ice-cream. 2. Series of 26 real photographs approximately 15 x 24cms, all advertising Winstones Limited and all featuring advertising signs for various building products which also appear to be by JO-EB Studios. 369 THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, [Norman Rockwell] ‘Rosie the Riveter’ U.S. Curtis Pub Co 1943. Original magazine for May 29, 1943 features on the front cover the iconic image of Norman Rockwell’s “Rosie the Riveter”, she is seated eating a sandwich with her lunch box with Rosie written on it and holding a riveter across her lap and her foot on a copy on Mein Kampf. In VG codition. The term ‘Rosie the Riveter’ was first used in 1942 in a song of the same name written by Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb. The song portrays Rosie as a tireless assembly worker who earned a ‘Production E’. Award doing her part to help the American war effort. $100 - $200


370 WHITCOMBE & TOMBS, ADVERTISING New Zealand Products. Approximately 120 items. Advertising posters and labels of various sizes. They include sample covers for several varieties of writing tablets; sample covers for Whitcombe’s Story Books; Several varieties of chocolate and confectionary including licorice allsorts; Beer labels; Aulsebrooks biscuit labels; Creamoata; Montgomery’s Furnishings; Skellerup Tennis shoes; original photographs of illuminated manuscripts and presentation books: woodblocks of The Princess and the Woodcutter. Large poster Pan Pacific Arts Festival Christchurch 1965 featuring the Cathedral [101 x 63 cms] torn and with loss to bottom corner. Two Whitcombes and Tombs sale posters 78 x 51cms. $300 - $500 371 WHITCOMBE AND TOMBS, ADVERTISING Tinned Foods & Sale Posters labelling for tinned food includes ‘K’ Sliced Apples, Royal Taste Sliced Peachs, IXL Bartlett Pears, ‘K’ Peaches, Royal Taste Apricots, Hawaiian Chief Sliced Pineapple; 10 items. Two large Whitcombe and Tombs sale posters [78 x 51 cms.] $200 - $400

Bibliography & Printing 372 BOOKPLATE, [2 titles] Rudyard Kipling Andrew Lang - Old Friends. Ln: Longman Green 1890. Qtr vellum binding, with discolourationa nd light wear, sound copy. On the front fixed endpaper the book plate of Rudyard Kipling laid on. Designed by his father John Lockwood Kipling and dated 1894. 2. Twenty Poems - Ln: Methuen and Co 1918. Paper covers, VG. $100 373 HARVEY, ROSS [compiler] Trials of the Colonial Printer [Plus] Paragraphs About Printing in New Zealand. Elibank Press 1985. One of Forty copies. 8p, [1] l.,. White paper covers with black titles, fine. 3. K.M.Holloway - The Pious Printer. Text illustrtions K.D. Wood. Pakuranga: Wordsell Press 1998. No 24 of a limited editiom of 100 copies. Designed, set, printed and bound by Ken Wood. 22.5cms, green cloth, blind stamped, fine. $100 - $150 374 HELM, A.S. Fiordland Place Names. Gazetteer of the Fiordland, National Park. Wellington 1964. Inscribed on title ‘To Herries Beattie, with grateful appreciation for a lifetime of research on Fiordland. A.S. Helm 16 April 1964’. 119p, Cyclostyled foolscap sheets, stapled. VG. $50 - $100 375 HOCKEN, T.M. A Gift to the Dominion. Dunedin: Otakou Press 2007. Number 27 of a limited edition of 100 copies, foreword by Donald Kerr, signed by the printer John Holmes. Photo frontis, 27cms bound in cream paper covers with black titles. “This work has been to me a labour of love, and in it I have put into practice a sentiment I have always held: that it is the bounden duty of every citizen to do something for his state...’ from T.H. Hocken’s letter to George Fenwick on the gifting of his library. Fine copy. $80 - $100 376 Le GALLIENNE, RICHARD The Philosophy of Limited Editions Taken from Prose Fancies. Chicago: Privately Printed at The Black Cat Press 1935, limited edition on 100 copies, printed for private distribution. 18p, title page vignette and one illustration, hand coloured. 16cms, green papered boards, gilt titles, light wear, VG. $50 377 McKAY A History of Printing in New Zealand 1830 - 1940, No. 121 of 600 no’d copies. 249p, 3p [index], frontis, plates and illustrations. some light browning on endpapers and a few spots, 29cms bound in half black leatherette with blue papered boards. $100

378 NEW ZEALAND Ex Libris Society - 3 items The New Zealand Ex Libris Society 1. Brochure No. 2. Wellington 1933. 47p, illustrated with tipped book plates, they include original signed lino cut plate of Betty Goldie signed by Hilda Wiseman; colour exlibris linocut [full moon] of Hilda Wiseman; Ex libris etching plate for Robert Turnbull by W.S. Percy; colour plate for Kathleen Rule signed by P. Watts Rule; Plate for Mildred Williams signed by Llewellyn Williams; 2 plates by Ronald Holloway etc. Original card covers, VG. 2. Brochure No.6. Wellington 1951. 28p, illustrated with book plates. 3. Catalogue of First Exhibition of Book-Plates. Wellington 1931. 26p. 26p, 2 illustrations of book plates and lists of collection lent by members. All in original card covers, VG. $100 379 NEW ZEALAND History and Bibliography - 3 Issues. ChCh: Ptd by Willis & Aitken April, August & December 1948, No’s. 1, 2, & 3. all in original paper covers and VG. 380 PRINTING Meet Some Nice Types. [Plus] ChCh: The Caxton Press [1956]. 16p, colour examples of various types. Book plate of Donovan inside cover. 23.5cms, card covers, some foxing. 2. Peter Low - Printing by the Avon. Unreliable reminiscences of The Pegasus Press 1947-1987. With drawings by Robert Brett. The Little Bull Press. No 66 of 250 numbered copies. Signed by Peter Low on half title. 93p, plates and illustrations, 18.5cms, In DJ, near fine copy. 3. Alexander Turnbull Library Bulletin No.4. - The Story of Printing, traced in Ancient and Modern Books. An Exhibition 1936. 19p, two illustrations. 27cms, original green paper covers, VG. $100 - 150

Pamphlets, Souvenirs, Ephemera 381 ALBUMS Autographs Three albums circa 1890 to 1930, all featuring watercolours and verse. They include a Harry Rountree watercolour signed and dated 1900 of a Boer soldier sitting at an easel painting a cow; a watercolour of Mitre Peak signed N. Blomfield and dated 1901; several pen and ink caricatures of animals playing golf etc. All the albums are disbound contents, undamaged. $100 - $150 382 ALL BLACKS The Invincibles [signed menu] Luncheon menu titled ‘Going Home on the S.S. Montlaurier’, with the luncheon menu and the date January 29, 1925. Canadian Pacific. The menu features a border with a caricature of the team along the bottom edge with the ship in the rugby ball and along the top members of the team reaching out across the water to a Canadian. Down the sides are the signatures of all the team members. 30.5cms on card, some light browning else VG. $1000 - $1500 383 CATALOGUE McCarthy’s Catalogue of High Class Fishing Tackle. No. 106, 21/9/43. Dn: Stone, Son and Co [1943]. 40p, illustrated. Original orange paper covers, VG. $40 384 COCK A Ballad for Prof. Geering on the Occasion of his Trial for Heresy. 1967. Wellington, NZ ?: Cockerel Print [1968]. Caption title, 1 sheet [2]p. Illus, 34cms. ‘... So thats all children. There’s a moral somewhere there - “Never become a Communist and always cut your hair. Be good boys and girls and always agree And your God-fearing leaders will preserve Democracy” Sir Lloyd Geering [born 26th feb1918] is a theologian who faced charges of heresy for his controversal views in 1967.

385 COLLOTYPE Views of Auckland Auck: P. Spencer & Co, fine Art Printers nd [ca 1880’s]. 8 views of Auckland with titles. Oblong, original dark green papered boards with titles, stitching loose else VG. $60 - $100 386 DAVIES, GEORGE H. Wakatipu’s Scenic Glories, New Zealand A complete guide to the scenic beauties of Lake Wakatipu. The Switzerland of the Southern Hemisphere. Dn: Coulls Somerville Wilkie Ltd [1923] . 62p, [14]pp of adverts, sepia toned illustrations. Original illustrated paper covers, VG. $50 387 N.Z. GOVT TOURIST DEPT New Zealand Lakes and Fiords. The Wonders of Western Otago. Descriptive of the Southern Lakes and Mountains, the West Coasts Sounds, and Stewart Island. Well: Govt Ptr 1906. 165p, fldg map, illustrations, 21cms, bound with its original paper covers into a red cloth binding, VG. $80 - $100 388 NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION, [3 items] Bretts Handy Guide to New Zealand Edited by E. Ernest Bilgrough. Auck: Bretts 1890. 331p, [10]pp, frontis [KingTawhiao], illustrated throughout, maps including fldg maps. 18.5 cms, original soft red limp cloth with black titles, spine faded and sewing a little loose. 2. Official Record - of The Otago Jubilee Industrial Exhibition, 1898. 180p, illustrations, portraits, and adverts. 22cm, cover titles, papered boards, VG. 3. The Stranger’s Vade-Mecum or South Land Guide.... New Zealand & South Seas Exhibition. Dunedin [1889]. 104p, illustrations and adverts. 21.5cms, original red binding, front hinge loose, with adverts on front and back covers, some fading. 389 ROBSON, ROBERT WILLIAM The Adventures of Amy Bock [Plus] The sensational exploits of a clever adventuress, who recently concluded a career of over 20 years of crime masquerading as a man, and marrying a Port Molyneux girl. Dunedin: ODT and Witness 1909. Cover-title, 38p, double column, illustrated. Original paper covers with portrait. VG. 2. Original postcard showing Amy Bock, dressed in a suit and bowler hat. By Patillo, Bridal Photographer, Dunedin.Message verso. $60 - $80 390 SOUTH ISLAND Tourism 1. Come to Akaroa. Canterburys Premier Seaside Resort.Photos by Miss J.L. Buckland. Akaroa Advancement Association. 56p, map. Paper covers VG. 2. Souvenir New Zealand & South seas Exhibition, Dunedin 1926-26. 3. Photographic Gems of Nelson and District, New Zealand. Photographs by F.N. jones, Nelson. 4. Eastward Ho! The Scenic Attractions of the East Coast, North island, NZ. 5. Nordsstrom, Hall, Major - Souvenir Nelson. 6. Christchurch City Council, Diamond Jubilee Official Souvenir 18681928. V G. $50 391 SOUVENIR CATALOGUE Industrial Exhibition and Art Union Promoted by Otago Trades and Labour Council. [1912]. 204p, portraits of local council members and other notables. Illustrated with South Island scenic spots and many local advertisements. Exlib copy with stamps. 22cms, bound with its original blue card covers into blue cloth boards with gilt titles. $100 392 tHREE CASTLES CIGARETTES The ‘All Blacks’, 1924 Presented by The Proprietors of the ‘Three Castles’. It shows a group photograph of the team [ The Invincibles] in 1924 with the names of the team members along the bottom. 38 x 51cms unframed photolithograph on poster. Together with the supplement to the photogravure which gives a list of the fixtures and the team profiles as well as a suggested layout for the framing. VG. $100 - $200

393 tOURISM BOOKLETS, [2x] The Pink & White Terraces. Lost Glory of Yesteryear, Rotomahana, Rotorua, New Zealand. 12 images plus pictorial covers, oblong. 2. The story of the Great Eruption of Mt Tarawera 1886. Rotorua, Published by J. Batchelor, Rotorua. [8] l., illustrated. Oblong, colour pictorial covers. VG. $40 394 tOURISM BOOKLETS, [North Island] Rotorua, the Wonderland of New Zealand [Plus] Published by J.R. Blencowe and E. Le Grice. 56 image on 16 leaves. Original grey paper covers, white titles and laid on illus. VG. 2. 18 Choice Views of Wellington, N.Z. Well: Tanner bros. 18 Images by F.G. Radcliffe. Original paper covers. 3. S. Percy Smith - Taranaki the garden of New Zealand. New Plymouth Joseph Hooker and Co 1906. 43p, 4pp, illustrated and with illustrated boards. VG. 4. Auckland Provincial Book. NZ and South Sea Exhibition 1925-1926. Illustrated and adverts, original paper covers, VG. 5. Views of Old Wellington 1840-1870. Well: Blundell Brothers Ltd [1902 ].40p, cover title, includes reproductions of Brees engravings and old photographs. Oblong original red paper covers, 6. Round Auckland Yesterday Today. Lodestar Press. 7. The Northlander’s Far North and Romantic bay of Islands Annual. $100 395 tOURIST BOOKLETS, [2 items] North Island New Zealand. Rotorua Morning Post, nd [ca 1940]. 32p, colour and B/W illustrations 25cms, pictorial cover with decorative cut out featuring Maori maiden. 2. New Zealand Paradise of the Pacific. NZ Government Tourist Bureau 1931. Unpaginated, colour and B/W illustrations29cms, original card covers, VG. $3o - $50 396 WHITSON, T.W. A Trip Round New Zealand and the West Coast Sounds. A Souvenir of Maoriland. Dunedin: ODT and Witness 1898. 48p, colour map and illustrations. 21.5cms, original decorative red and white card covers, sprinkle of foxing and light marks. Scarce. $100 397 WOLF, FRIEDRICH Concentration Camp Vernet Two Stories translated from the German by M.S. Korr. Moscow 1942. 63p, 14.5cm, original illustrated papr covers, browning else VG. Wolf was a doctor and the son of a Jewish merchant, after the Nazis came to power he emigrated to Moscow, he then worked as a doctor in the International brigades, arrested in France he was imprsoned in the concentration camp Le Vernet in 1941, he returned to Moscow. Wikipedia ALSO A BUNDLE OF POLITICAL PAMPHLETS. [19] They include Sutch - Workers and the War Efford; John Roberts - Martyrdom of Women; War with Russia is Inevitable! ; C.K. Guy - Women on the Home Front. etc. $100- $150

Postcards & Postal History

400 POSTCARDS, [2X] Miss Edith Cavell Two printed postcards featuring Edith Cavell, one of her being shot by a German Officer and titled ‘Miss Edith Cavell Cowardly Murdered October 12th 1915’, the other of her lying on the ground with the officer standing over and titled ‘Miss Edith Cavell Murdered October 12th 1915, Remember !’. Both black and white printed by Laureys, Paris. $50 - $100

Science & Technology 401 FORREST, JAMES Alluvial Gold Mining in Otago 1861-1870: New Zealand Geographer October 1962, Number 2. 131 -148p; Population & Settlement on the Otago Goldfields 64 - 86p; Otago in 1871: Life and Landscape. 17 - 74p. Illustrations and maps. Bound into blue cloth boards, fine. 2. The New Zealand Mines Record. One issue. Wellington April 16, 1908. No.9. Includes quartz mining in Otago and Reefton; gold dredging returns and dividends; Treatment of Gold Ores in New Zealand etc. Paper covers VG. 3. 1913 Mines statement for the year 1912. Includes statistics on gold, metals and minerals other than gold; Reports on Melliferous Mining, Maps and plans, some fldg. 4. Engraving from the Illustrated London News, titled ‘Arrow River Gold-fields, Otago, New Zealand. 20 x 35cms. $100 - $200 402 LARNACH W.J., [Minister of Mines] Report on the Mining Industry of New Zealand. Being papers laid before Parliament during the session of 1886. Well: Govt Ptr 1887. 336p, fldg plans and tables. 21.5cms, original brown cloth, gilt titles VG. Includes report on the Goldfields, Roads, Water-races etc, Wardens Reports on Goldfields, Reports on Coal and Quartz mines. $100 - $150 403 LARNACH W.J., [Minister of Mines] The Handbook of New Zealand Mines WellINgton: Govt Ptr 1887. Part I. Gold, Silver, Copper and Antimony. xix, 392p, fldg maps, complete but with tears, engravings, tables and fldg plans. Part II. v, 82p, engravings and fldg table. 21.5cms, original brown cloth with decorative black and gilt titles, wear at hinges and spine ends, however a tight sound copy. $100 - $150 404 MANNING, A.E. The Bodgie, A Study in Anormal Psychology Illutrated by Dennis Turner. Well: Reed 1958. 96p. 24.5cms original illustrated card covers, VG. $50 405 STOPES, H. Malt and Malting. An Historical, Scienticic, and Practical Treatise, showing as clearly as existing knowledge permits, what malt is and how to make it. Ln: F.W. Lyon 1885. xivp, 662p, xxiv [adverts], illustrated including some fldg. 24cms, bound in original green cloth with black lines and gilt titles. Light marks and wear spine ends and edges.

398 HAM RADIO CARDS New Zealand Cards Approximately 450 Ham Radio cards dating from the 1940’s mostly New Zealand. All with ZL numbers identification details and many with logos, some with messages verso. Many with stamps and postmarks. $200 399 POSTCARD R.M.S. Titanic World’s Largest Steamer, sunk April 15th, 1912. Printed card in blue and white with ‘Premier’s Tribute to the dead’. on verso of the card. Unused. $80 - $120


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