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ANTIQUARIAN BOOK AUCTION 19 SEPTEMBER 2013

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NEW ZEALAND & ANTIQUARIAN BOOK AUCTION THURSDAY 19 SEPTEMBER 2013, 11AM

AUCTION SCHEDULE PART ONE THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DR PETER (SAM) BROMLEY MALING Lot 1 - 290 PART TWO PRIVATE VENDORS Lot 291 - 579 VIEWING Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

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LOCATION 7 Maginnity Street PO Box 224, Wellington 6140 Ph (04) 472 1367 • Fax (04) 475 7389 Email info@dunbarsloane.co.nz www.dunbarsloane.com ENQUIRIES Anthony Gallagher Ph (04) 472 1367 • 0274 713 667 antiques@dunbarsloane.co.nz PLEASE NOTE There is a 15% plus GST buyers premium, effectively adding 17.25% onto the hammer price. ABSENTEE & TELEPHONE BIDDING If you cannot attend the auction you may leave an absentee bid. Please fill in the form at the rear of the catalogue. This is also available on our website www.dunbarsloane.co.nz You are able to bid by telephone on items OVER $1,000 in value. Please note we presume you have inspected the item on viewing days or have sought the advise of a staff member re: condition. To register for this service you must contact our office to give details well in advance of the auction as telephones are limited. We accept no responsibility if for any reason we are unable to contact you during the auction. 3


THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DR PETER (SAM) BROMLEY MALING (1912- 2006)

Sam Maling was a much loved and respected medical practitioner in Christchurch, where he was also recognized as an expert on early Canterbury colonial history. He was educated at Christ’s College and in 1930 he entered Canterbury College, one of the four colleges that constituted the University of New Zealand, where he was the sole student majoring in Geology and Zoology. He won Senior University and Sir George Grey scholarships, graduating in 1933 with a Master of Science (Hons) thesis on the geology of the Kakahu district. After postgraduate study in the Royal School of Mines, London, he worked as a geologist with the Anglo Iranian Oil Company from 1935-36 and it was whilst exploring and mapping the wilds of Luristan that he developed a keen interest in cartography. Oil exploration in those days was extremely demanding and after two years in the field he returned to London, switched to medicine and began training at St Thomas’ Hospital. His passion for early New Zealand exploration and natural history took root when he started to buy and sell early maps and charts to put himself through medical school. Some of the books in his collection today were purchased at this time. When St Thomas’ was bombed in 1940 during the London blitz, he was awarded the George Medal for his part in extracting patients and staff from the wreckage. He later joined the Royal Army Medical Corps, serving in Britain, Italy and Greece and reaching the rank of captain. An unassuming, compassionate man with an intensely enquiring mind and an eye for historical detail, he is perhaps best remembered in New Zealand for his authorship of several books: The Torlesse Papers (editor, 1958); Samuel Butler at Mesopotamia (1960), Early Charts of New Zealand (1969), Early Sketches and Charts of Banks Peninsula (1981), Wanderlust: The Life Of Aline Barton, Pioneer New Zealand Airwoman (editor, 1988), and Historic Charts and Maps of New Zealand (1992). This P B Maling Early New Zealand Book Collection is presented for auction by his family in celebration of his fascinating life. The Maling family. 4

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AUCTION SCHEDULE THURSDAY 19 SEPTEMBER 2013, 11am START • THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE Dr Peter (SAM) Bromley Maling New Zealand Historical New Zealand Regional Maori History & Folklore Natural History Travel & Exploration Mountaineering Military & War The Hakluyt Society Literature, Childrens & Illustrated

Lot 1 - 108 Lot 109 - 166 Lot 167 - 192 Lot 193 - 209 Lot 210 - 236 Lot 237 - 248 Lot 249 - 253 Lot 254 - 283 Lot 284 - 290

PLEASE NOTE: The majority of these books have Ex Libris bookplates for Dr Maling

• PRIVATE VENDORS New Zealand Historical New Zealand Regional Maori History & Folklore Natural History Travel & Exploration Antiquarian Military & War Big Game Hunting & Firearms Sport & Leisure Art & Architecture Literature, Childrens & Illustrated Maps, Charts, Posters & Signatures

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ABBREVIATIONS BP BRDS COL DEC DJ ED

Book Plate Boards Colour Decorative Dust jacket Edition

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End paper INSC Fine ILLUS Fair LITHO Front end paper MRBLD Foxing ND Good RP

Inscription Illustrated Lithographic Marbled Not Dated Reprint

PIC Pictorial PL Plate PORT Portrait SIG Signature TP Title Page

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6 A Pakeha Maori ( F. E. Maning) Old New Zealand Being Incidents of Native Customs and Character in the Old Times. Smith Elder And Co, London, first ed, 1863. 20cm, viii, 216pp, blind stamped cloth, minor wear, else G+ $100 - 200

1 A Bank Official (Preshaw, George Ogilvy) Banking Under Difficulties Or Life On The Goldfields of Victoria, New South Wales & New Zealand. Edwards, Dunlop & Co, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, first ed, 1888. 7 A Pakeha Maori (F. E. Maning) Sigs to HT & TP, 22.5cm, xii, 179pp, Old New Zealand A Tale of the Good Old Times green cloth, old newspaper cuttings Robert J Creighton & Alfred Scales, relating to gold tipped in to FEP, else Queen Street, Auckland, 1863. G+ Rare. 21cm, xiv, 239pp, full mottled calf $100 - 200 with gilt border, 5 raised spine bands and dec compartments, BP, 2 An Old Colonist (W. T. Pratt) minor FX, else G+. Rare Auckland Colonial Experiences first edition. or Incidents And Reminiscences of $200 - 400 Thirty-Four Years In New Zealand. Chapman & Hall, London, first 8 Adam, James ed, 1877. 19.5cm, vi, 288pp, with Twenty Five Years of Emigrant Life in The South of folding map of the South Island, New Zealand blind stamped brown cloth, G, Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh & Scarce. London, first edition, 1874. 22cm, $60 - 120 iii, 112pp, plus ads, Illus with frontis folding map of the Province of 3 A Pakeha Maori (F. E. Maning) Otago and 4 col plates, printed Old New Zealand wrappers, bound in green cloth, A Tale of the Good Old Times. wraps grubby, minor spots, else G, Robert J Creighton, & Alfred very rare. Scales, Queen Street, Auckland, $300 - 500 first ed, 1863, FEP with numerous inscriptions which read, Noble Lady Barker, Lady Grey 13 New Street Spring Gardens 9 Station Life in New Zealand S. W, (Given me by the author Sir Macmillan And Co, London, first ed, George Grey) G. C. Bowen from Grey 1870. 19.5cm, xi, 238pp, plus 43pp 1901, Given to me (Maling) by G. C. of other publications, purple cloth, Bowen’s granddaughter, Christobel spine sunned & cocked, boards Bowen (1972) 21.5cm, xiv, 239pp, marked, else G red cloth, spine poor, else G $30 - 50 $100 - 150 4 A Pakeha Maori (F. E. Maning) Old New Zealand A Tale of the Good Old Times Second Edition, Robert J Creighton & Alfred Scales, Auckland, 1863. 22cm, viii, 239pp, last page number transposed as 329, green cloth, BP of Peter Maling, James Edge Partington, 1854-1930, an anthropologist acknowledged as an authority on Pacific Ethnology, and C. A. O. Fox, also sig of M. A. Wootton, 1867. minor wear and spotting, else G-G+ Rare Auckland edition. $120 - 200

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5 A Pakeha Maori (F. E. Maning) Old New Zealand, A Tale of the Good Old Times Robert J Creighton & Alfred Scales, Auckland, second edition, 1863, 21cm, xiv, 329pp, cloth, well worn boards, else G. Rare Auckland edition. $100 - 200

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Barker, Lady Station Amusements in New Zealand William Hunt And Company, London, first edition 1873. 19.5cm, 278pp, illus incl frontis and folding map of NZ, blind stamped red cloth, spine sunned and taped, else G $40 - 80 Baker, Noeline (Editor) A Surveyor in New Zealand 1857-1896 The Recollections of John Holland Baker. Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd, Auckland, first ed, 1932. 22cm, 336pp, illus, blue cloth, no DJ, G. A scarce volume. $60 - 120 Bell, James Mackintosh The Wilds of Maoriland With illustrations and maps, Macmillan And Co, Limited, first ed, 1914, blue cloth gilt, no DJ, G+ Also, New Zealand, painted by F & W Wright, described by William Pember Reeves, Adam And Charles Black, London, first ed, 1908, pictorial cloth, no DJ, G+ $40 - 80

13 Cox, Alfred (Editor) Men of Mark of New Zealand Whitcombe & Tombs (Limited), Christchurch, first ed, 1886. 19cm, xi, 237pp, dec red cloth gilt with embossed port of Capt Cook, page xi detached, spine sunned and cocked, else G $30 - 50 14 Cox, Alfred (Editor) Recollections Australia, England, Ireland, Scotland, New Zealand. Whitcombe & Tombs (Limited), Christchurch, first ed, 1884, TP insc “With the authors good wishes to Mr Speight 1888”, 21.5cm, 272pp, green cloth with embossed black pictorial and text to cover, G $40 - 80 15 Craik, George L. The New Zealanders The Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Charles Knight, London, first ed, 1830. 16.5cm, 424pp, illus, incl frontis map, quarter green leather, mrbld brds, Newbolds Bookshop Dunedin label to pastedown, together with a most interesting handwritten letter, c1895 and taken from a Hawkes Bay paper questioning the authenticity of John Rutherford’s claims to have known and lived amongst local Maori. Rare. $100 - 150 16 Crawford, James Coutts Recollections of Travel in New Zealand and Australia With 3 col maps and 24 plates & illustrations. Trubner & Co., London, first ed, 1880. 23cm, xiv, 468pp, brown cloth with gilt tiki to front board. The author was one of the earliest settlers in New Zealand, residing in Wellington from 1839. “As I was present when the first settlers arrived in New Zealand, and I have seen a good deal of the country in its wild state, I have thought it would not be an unwelcome contribution to the history of the colony if I committed my impressions to writing”. The volume includes chapters on an overland journey from Sydney to Adelaide, 1838-9; first settlement at Wellington; journey to explore the main range of Tararua; Maori orthography; geology, etc. $150 - 250


17 Cruise, Richard A. (Major in the 84th Regt Foot) Journal of a Ten Months’ Residence in New Zealand second edition, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, London 1824. 21.5cm, vi, 327pp, illus with frontis port of Tetoro a Chief of New Zealand. Half green calf, mrbld brds, BP, offset discolouring to TP from frontis, else G+ $800 - 1,200 18 Davis, The Hon. Eliot R. A Link With The Past With an Introduction by The Dean of Hamilton. Oswald-Sealey (New Zealand) Ltd, Auckland, printed by Unity Press Ltd, Auckland, first ed, 1948. 22cm, 283pp, plus epilogue and general index, illus, grey cloth, authors insc to Mr Maling on front pastedown, G. Scarce title. $30 - 50 19 Dieffenbach, Ernest Travels in New Zealand (2 Vols) with contributions to the Geography, Geology, Botany, and Natural History of that Country. John Murray, London, first edition, 1843. 23.5cm, Vol I, frontis of Te Waro, eng illus of kiwis to TP, 396pp, plus 4pp of other works, Vol II, frontis View of Taupo, eng of Cascade of Boiling Water at Rotu Mahana to TP, 429pp, original blind stamped cloth, sunned, spine ends and corners bumped, FX and gen wear else G. Rare. These 2 volumes describe the authors travels from his arrival in 1839 at Queen Charlotte Sound, Cloudy Bay, Port Nicholson, Taranaki, North Cape to Bay of Islands, Hokianga, Kaitaia, Wangaroa etc, traversing the Manukau, Waikato, Hot Springs, Taupo and Tauranga. He was the first European to ascend Mount Egmont and he also explored the Chatham Islands. $500 - 800 20 Dieffenbach, Ernest New Zealand and Its Native Population Smith Elder, And Co and others, London, first edition 1841, published under the patronage of the Aborigines Protection Society. 21.5cm, x, 30pp, plus 2pp Appeal of the British And Foreign Aborigines Protection Society, printed paper wraps, Webster Collection stamp, bottom right corner of cover lacking 2 inches, else G. Rare. $100 - 200

21 Domett, Alfred 26 Ranolf and Amohia A South Sea Day-Dream, Smith, Elder & Co, London, first edition, 1872. 20cm, 511pp, orange cloth, BP, minor wear and FX, else G $100 - 150 22 Earle, Augustus A Narrative of a Nine Months Residence in New Zealand in 1827 Together with A Journal Of A Residence in Tristan D’Acuna an island situated between South America and the Cape of Good Hope. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman , London, first edition, 1832. 22cm, 371pp, illus incl frontis port of Aranghie The Tattooer of New Zealand, and folding plates, finely bound in full chequered calf, gilt lines, 5 raised spine bands and gilt dec cmpts, mrbld EP’s and foredges, BP’s of Peter Maling and the Carton Library (Duke of Leinster,) also library shelf label from Carton. FX to EP’s else G+ $800 - 1,200 23

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Fitton, Edward Brown New Zealand Its Present Condition, Prospects And Resources, being a Description of the Country and General Mode of Life Among New Zealand Colonists for the Information of Intending Emigrants. Edward Stanford, London, first ed, 1856. 18cm, iv, 358pp, plus 2pp of ads, large frontis coloured folding map of the Islands of New Zealand, blind stamped brown cloth, $80 - 150 Fox, William The Six Colonies of New Zealand John W Parker, London, first ed, 1851. 17cm, viii, 168pp, large frontis folding map, blind stamped brown cloth gilt, minor gen wear, else G+, Scarce. $80 - 120 Guthrie-Smith, H. Tutira The Story of a New Zealand Sheep Station. William Blackwood and Sons, first ed, 1921, 25.5cm, xxi, 400pp, illus, blue cloth gilt, boards well worn, else G $40 - 80

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Harper, Henry W. Letters From New Zealand 1857-1911 Being some Account of Life and Work in the Province of Canterbury, South Island. Hughes Rees Ltd, London, first ed, 1914, with a handwritten letter by the author starting on the front pastedown through to the second preface page. Red cloth gilt, spine sunned, small splits else G. $30 - 60 Hempelman, Captain (Anson, Editor) The Piraki Log (E Pirangi Ahau Koe) or Diary of Captain Hempelman, with introduction, glossary, illustrations and map by the present owner. Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, London, second ed, 1911, 23cm, 171pp, illus incl frontis folding map, green cloth, DJ. G+ $100 - 150 Hocken, Thomas Morland Contributions to The Early History of New Zealand (Settlement of Otago) With portraits and other illustrations. Sampson Low, Marston And Company Limited, London, first ed, 1898. 22cm, xiii, 342pp, blue cloth, G. $30 - 60 Hocken, The Late Dr T. M. The Early History of New Zealand Being A Series of Lectures Delivered Before The Otago Institute, Also A Lecturette On The Maoris Of The South Island. John Mackay, Govt Printer, Wellington, first ed, 1914. 21.5cm, xi, 280pp, frontis port of the author, green cloth, BP of Mr Maling & Fred B Butler, G, Scarce copy. $100 - 150 Hodder, Edwin Memories of New Zealand Life Longman, Green, Longman & Roberts, London, first ed, 1862, 19.5cm, viii, 232pp, purple cloth with gilt vignette of 3 pioneers, boards faded and worn, else G Hodder arrived in Nelson on the “John Masterman” in Feb 1857, he writes about contact with the Maori, the Taranaki War etc, etc. A scarce copy. $100 - 200 Holm, Janet Nothing But Grass And Wind The Rutherfords of Canterbury Hazard Press, Christchurch, first ed, 1992, signed and insc to Mr Maling from the author. 27cm, 279pp, illus, black cloth, DJ, F Also, A New History of Canterbury by Stevan Eldred-Grigg, first ed, 1982, DJ, F $40 - 80

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Hopeful “Taken In” Being, A Sketch Of New Zealand Life. W. H. Allen & Co, London, first ed, 1887. 17cm, xii, 208pp, brown cloth, hand written thoughts on the books subject matter to the FEP, minor wear, else G $30 - 60

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Houghton, John Memories Of The Life Of J. F. H. Wohlers Missionary at Ruapuke, New Zealand, An Autobiography. Otago Daily Times & Witness Newspapers Company, Ltd, Dunedin, first ed, 1895. 22cm, vi, 216pp, illus incl frontis port, red cloth gilt, spine sunned and small split upper end, old stains, FX to prelims else G $50 - 100

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Kennaway, Laurence J. Crusts A Settlers Fare Due South Sampson Low, Marston, Low & Searle, London, first ed, 1874. 19cm, 234pp, plus 48pp of other publishers works, illus incl frontis and folding Chart of the present Province of Canterbury as roughly known by the settlers in 1853. dec green cloth gilt, ex owners sig to FEP, else G+ $40 - 80

35 Logan Campbell, John Poenamo Sketches of the Early Days of New Zealand, Romance and Reality of Antipodean Life in the Infancy of a New Colony. Williams & Norgate, London, 1881, 19.5cm, xii, 359pp, green cloth, G $50 - 100 36 37

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McIntyre, W. David (Editor) The Journal of Henry Sewell 1853-1857 (2 Vols) Whitcoulls, Christchurch, first ed, 1980, black cloth, DJ, both F $30 - 50 McNab, Robert The Old Whaling Days A History of Southern New Zealand From 1830 to 1840. Whitcombe And Tombs Limited, Christchurch, first ed, 1913. 22cm, xiii, 508pp, illus, turquoise cloth, newspaper cuttings pasted in, no DJ, G $40 - 80 McNab, Robert Historical Records of New Zealand ( Vols I & II) John Mackay, Govt Printer, Wellington, 1908 & 1914, brown cloth, Vol I signed C. M. Gray 10/6/08 to TP, else G+ $40 - 80

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Maling, Peter Bromley Wanderlust The Life of Aline Barton Pioneer New Zealand Airwoman. Caxton Press, Christchurch, first ed, 1988, signed and inscribed by the author to the HT, 22cm, 73pp, illus, green cloth gilt, F $30 - 60 Maling, Peter Bromley Historic Charts & Maps of New Zealand 1642-1875 Reed Books, first ed, 1996, limited edition number 370 of 400, signed by the author, 38cm, 316pp, 143 illus charts and maps, half burgundy leather with full leather slipcase, F $300 - 500 Maling, Peter Bromley Early Charts of New Zealand 1542-1851 A. H. & A. W. Reed, Wellington, limited edition number 8 of 500, first ed, 1969, 40cm, half burgundy leather with slipcase, singed and inscribed by the author, F $200 - 300 Maling, Peter Bromley Early Sketches and Charts of Banks Peninsula 1770-1850 A. H. & A. W. Reed, Ltd, Wellington, 1981, limited edition number 23 of 500. 40cm, quarter dark blue leather, cloth boards, with slipcase, F $100 - 200 Majoribanks, Alexander Travels in New Zealand Second Edition, Smith, Elder & Co, London, 1850, 19cm, viii, 174pp, plus appendix, blind stamped red cloth, BP, Webster Collection stamp, gen wear else G-G+ and with a half green calf and mrbld brds book case $200 - 400 Marshall, William Barrett Personal Narrative of Two Visits to New Zealand In His Majesty’s Ship Alligator A. D. 1834. James Nisbet And Co, London, 1836. 19.5cm, xvi, 351pp, errata and other works, frontis eng of a native village and chapel, ded to Charles, Baron Glenelg, cloth, sunned, BP and Webster Collection stamp and with half morocco and mrbld book case. Rare $800 - 1,200

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Meade, Lieut. The Hon. Herbert A Ride Through the Disturbed Districts of New Zealand Together with Some Account of the South Sea Islands, Being Selections from the Journals and Letters of, edited by his brother. John Murray, London, first edition 1870. 22.5cm, x, list of illustrations, 375pp, illus incl col litho frontis, 2 maps incl one folding, half green calf, mrbld brds, BP, and previous owners sig to pastedown. FX to EP’s, spine faded, small scuffs, else G+. Sent at the request of then Governor of New Zealand, and in the company of Mr Brenchley, Lieut. Meade visited Lake Taupo. His journals are full of descriptions of both the people and the country. $800 - 1,200 Money, Charles L. Knocking About In New Zealand Samuel Mullen, Melbourne, first ed, 1871. 18cm, viii, 151pp, printed paper covered boards, spine taped, boards well worn. A rare but well read and used copy. $40 - 80 Mulgan, Alan Two Titles A Pilgrim’s Way in New Zealand, Oxford University Press, London: Humphrey Milford, first ed, 1935, green cloth, no DJ, G The Emigrants, Early Travellers To The Antipodes by Hector Bolitho and John Mulgan, Selwyn & Blount, London, first ed, ND, beige cloth, spine taped, else G $30 - 60 Nicholas, John Liddiard Narrative of a Voyage To New Zealand (2 Vols) Performed in the Years 1814 and 1815 in Company with the Rev. Samuel Marsden Principal Chaplain of New South Wales. Printed for James Black And Son, London, first edition 1817, xx, 431pp and xii, 397pp, , HT, frontis, 2 charts incl one folding, full checkered calf, BP, offset discolouring to TP, minor FX, else G+ $800 - 1200 Pascoe, John (Editor) Mr Explorer Douglas A. H. & A. W. Reed, Wellington, signed first ed, 1957, 24cm, xviii, 331pp, illus, light blue cloth, DJ. $30 - 50

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Payton, E. W. 54 Round About New Zealand Being Notes From A Journal Of Three Years Wanderings In The Antipodes, with twenty original illustrations by the author. Chapman & Hall, Limited, London, first ed, 1888. 21cm, x, 368pp, blue cloth gilt, no DJ, corners bumped, spine cocked, minor FX, else G $80 - 120 Petre, The Hon. Henry William An Account of the Settlements of the New Zealand Company From Personal Observation During A Residence There. Fifth edition, Smith Elder And Co, London, 1842. 21cm, 94pp, plus other works, folding frontis map, blind stamped blue cloth, BP, sunned, small patch repair to spine, else G $100 - 200 Petre, The Hon. Henry William An Account of the Settlements of the New Zealand Company From Personal Observation During A Residence There. Fourth Edition, Smith Elder And Co, London, 1842. 22cm, 94pp, plus other works, large frontis folding map of the Colony of New Zealand, taped repairs finely rebound in half burgundy calf, G+ Rare. $200 - 400

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Phiz Political Portraits Reprinted from “The Press”, printed and published by The Christchurch Press Co Ltd, 1892, 24.5cm, 53pp, plus 3pp of local adverts, printed soft card wraps and contained in a finely bound burgundy morocco gilt bookcase. A very scarce volume The inside back cover is printed with an advert for Maling & Coy. Limd, 154 Worcester Street Christchurch. $100 - 150

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Polack, J. S. Manners and Customs of the New Zealanders (2 Vols) With Notes Corroborative of their Habits, Usages, Etc and Remarks To Intending Emigrants, with Numerous Cuts Drawn On Wood. James Madden & Co, London, first ed, 1830, 20.5cm, all plates as required incl folding map to vol 1, usual browning to map and offset to TP, spines sunned and frayed, else G $400 - 800 Polack, J. S. New Zealand (2 Volumes) Being a Narrative of Travels and Adventures During a Residency in that Country Between the Years 1831 and 1837. Richard Bentley, London, first edition 1838. 21.5cm, Vol I, xii, 403pp, Vol II, vii, 441pp, errata, illus with frontis, 6 plates and folding map, finely rebound in half red morocco, gilt dec spines, mrbld brds and EP’s, BP. Small tear to map and pp137 of Vol I, some FX to prelims, else G+ $800 - 1,500 Potts, T. H. Out in the Open A Budget of Scraps of Natural, Gathered in New Zealand. Printed by The Lyttelton Times, Christchurch, first ed, 1882, TP signed insc to Sir Walter Buller and tipped in letter by the author to rear EP. 22cm, vii, 301pp, illus incl a tipped in sepia port of a Moriori at pp160, brown cloth, boards with old staining, EPs slightly browned, else G. Very rare. $300 - 500

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Power, W. Tyrone Sketches in New Zealand with Pen and Pencil Longman, Brown, Green, And Longmans, London, first edition 1849. 20cm, ded to Sir Charles Trevelyan, K.C.B., xlviii, 290pp, illus incl frontis, engraved vignette to TP, half calf, mrbld EP’s and fore-edges, 5 raised spine bands, orig spine laid down, gen scuffing, else G+ $100 - 200 Priestley, J. B. A Visit to New Zealand Limited edition of 260, No 51 signed by the author, finely bound in full blue morocco with gilt line, raised spine bands and slipcase, spine sunned, minor wear to case, else F $100 - 150

59 Richards, E. C. Diary of E. R. Chudleigh 1862-1921 Chatham Islands Simpson And Williams Limited, Christchurch, first ed, 1950. 22cm, 474pp, illus incl frontis port, gray cloth, DJ, jacket edges frayed, else G+ $60 - 120 60 Ross, Mrs Malcolm & Noel Mixed Grill Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, Auckland, first ed, 1934, paper covered boards, spine poor. Half the book contains the war writings of her son. Ex owners name to TP, Rare. Also, Noel Ross And His Work, edited by His Parents, first ed, 1919, signed and insc on HT, green cloth, no DJ $30 - 60


61 Savage, John Some Account of New Zealand Particularly the Bay of Islands; and Surrounding Country with a Description of The Religion And Government, Language, Arts, Manufactures, Manners, And Customs Of The Natives, etc, etc. Printed for John Murray, Fleet-Street and A. Constable And Co, Edinburgh, first edition, 1807. 22.5cm, viii, 110pp, half red morocco, 5 raised spine bands, gilt dec cmpts, mrbld brds, BP of G. H. Hammersley, Sydney, Charles R. J. Glover, Peter Maling, and James Angas Johnson, retailers label for Angus & Robertson, Sydney, illus incl frontis, gen wear, else G+ Rare $1,000 - 1,500 62 Scholefield, Guy H. The Richmond Papers (2 Vols) R. E. Owen, Govt Printer, Wellington, first ed, 1960, blue cloth, DJ, G $40 - 80 63 Scholefield, Guy H. (Editor) A Dictionary of New Zealand Biography (2 Vols) Dept of Internal Affairs, Wellington, 1940, blue cloth, DJ. $40 - 80 64 Selwyn, George Augustus New Zealand 5 parts bound in one volume. Printed for The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, third ed, 1847, 16cm, frontis folding map, blind stamped cloth. Sunned, spine poor, else G $50 - 100 65 Shortland, Edward The Southern Districts of New Zealand A Journal with Passing Notices of the Customs of the Aborigines. Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, London, first edition, 1851. 21cm, xiv, 315pp, plus 32pp of new works, illus incl folding frontis map, green cloth, sunned, upper spine frayed, pp 99-118 loose, BP, insc to FEP “To The Right Honourable The Earl Grey with the authors best respects. Earl Grey was at the time (1851) Secretary of State for the Colonies in England, not to be confused with Sir George Grey. $100 - 200

66 Simmons, Alfred Old England and New Zealand The Government, Laws, Churches, Public Institutions, And The Resources of New Zealand, Popularly and Critically Compared with those of the Old Country, with an Historical Sketch of the Maori Race, to which are added Extracts From the Author’s Diary of his Voyage to New Zealand in Company with 500 Emigrants. Edward Stanford, 55 Charing Cross, London, first ed, 1879. 22.5cm, 143pp, illus with a coloured map of New Zealand, green cloth gilt, G+ $60 - 100 67 Stewart, William Downie The Right Honourable Sir Francis H. D. Bell His Life and Times. Butterworth & Co, (Aus.) Ltd, Wellington, first ed, 1937, No 357 of the de Luxe edition. 23cm, xvii, 322pp, quarter red morocco, red cloth, minor wear, else G+ $40 - 80 68 Straubel, C. R. The Whaling Journal of Captain W. B. Rhodes Barque Australian of Sydney, 18361838. Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, first ed, 1954, brown cloth, DJ. Also, The Journal of Ensign Best 1837-1843, edited by Nancy M Taylor, first ed, 1966, red cloth, DJ. $30 - 60 69 Studholme, E. C. Te Waimate Early Station Life in New Zealand A. H. & A. W. Reed, Dunedin, first ed, 1940, signed and insc by the author to Mr Maling and dated Dec 17th Dec, 1940. 22cm, xx, 299pp, illus, tipped in sepia photo of Te Waimate to REP, blue cloth, DJ, minor wear, else G $30 - 50 70 Swainson, William New Zealand and its Colonization Smith, Elder And Co, London, 1859, 23cm, viii, 416pp, plus 24pp of publishers other works, illus with large folding frontis map, blind stamped blue cloth, spine ends fraying, gen wear, else G $80 - 120

72 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 Natives, together with the Geology, Natural History, Productions, and Climate of the Country; Its State as Regards Christianity; Sketches of the Principal Chiefs and their Present Position, with a map and numerous illustrations, incl 8 hand coloured chromolithographic plates. Wertheim And Macintosh, London, first edition, 1855. 23cm, xiv, 490pp, plus 6pp of other works, blind stamped green cloth, sunned, spine ends frayed, slightly cocked, large folding frontis map with tape repairs, 2 BP’s, else G $120 - 200 73 Terry, Charles New Zealand Its Advantages and Prospects as a British Colony, with a full account of The Land Claims, Sales of Crown Lands, Aborigines, etc. T. & W. Boone, London, first ed, 1842. 22cm, xi, 366pp, illus incl frontis and large hand col folding map of the Harbour and Town of Auckland, etc, full calf, gilt lines, 4 raised spine bands, mrbld EPs and fore-edges, 2 BP’s, incl Lord Stanley of Alderley, ink insc for Knowles Garden Library shelf number, minor FX, else G+ $350 - 550 74 Thomson, Arthur S. The Story of New Zealand (2 Vols) Past And Present - Savage And Civilized. John Murray, London, first ed, 1859, 20.5cm, illus incl loose map of NZ, some gen wear, else G $100 - 200 75 Trollope, Anthony Australia and New Zealand Authorized Australian Edition, George Robertson, Melbourne, 1873, 22.5cm, vii, 691pp, pp 687/688 lacking half the page, insc H Wynn Williams 1873 to FEP, pictorial blue cloth gilt, gen wear, else G $60 - 100

71 Taylor, Nancy M Early Travellers in New Zealand The Clarendon Press, Oxford, first ed, 1959, 22.5cm, xxx, 594pp, folding map, blue cloth, DJ, G $30 - 50

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Various Three New Zealand Historical Volumes Maori And Missionary, Early Christian Missions in the South Island by T. A. Pybus, edited by A. W. Reed, first ed, 1954, DJ. Charles Dickens and New Zealand edited by J. S. Ryan notes by A. H. Reed, limited first ed, No 113/750, 1965, DJ. Early New Zealand Families (second series) by Douglas Cresswell, first ed, 1956, DJ. All three G+ $40 - 80 Various Three Volumes, Hocken, Turnbull, Etc Alexander Turnbull, His Life, His Circle, His Collections by E. H. McCormick, first ed, 1974, DJ. Catalogue Of Pictures in the Hocken Library compiled by Jean McGill and Linda Rodda, 1948. A Book in the Hand - Essays on the History of the Book in New Zealand, edited by Penny Griffith, Peter Hughes & Alan Loney, first ed, 2000, paperback. $30 - 60

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Various Six NZ Historical Related Volumes The French at Akaroa by T Lindsay Buick, New Zealand Book Depot, Wellington, first ed, 1928, green cloth, jacket poor. The Dillon Letters 1843-1853, edited by C. A. Sharp, first ed, 1954, DJ. Frederick Weld by Jeanine Graham, first ed, 1983, DJ. The West Coast Gold Rushes by Philip Ross May, signed first ed, 1962, DJ. Letters From Early New Zealand written by Charlotte Godley, first ed, for private circulation, 1936, no DJ. Thomas Brunner, The Great Journey An Expedition to Explore the Interior of the Middle Island, New Zealand, 1846-8, first ed, 1952, signed by John Pascoe, who did the intro, DJ. $50 - 100

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Various Two Modern Volumes Relating to Pounamu Greenstone Trails, The Maori Search for Pounamu by Barry Brailsford, first ed, 1984, signed and insc by the author, soft cover. Te Wai Pounamu, The Greenstone Island, A history of the southern Maori during the European Colonization of New Zealand by Harry Evison, first ed, 1993, also soft cover. Both books near F $30 - 60

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104 Wakefield, Edward The British Colonization of New Zealand Being An Account of the Principles, Objects, and Plans of the New Zealand Association, together with Particulars Concerning the Position, Extent, Soil, and Climate, Natural Productions, and Native Inhabitants of New Zealand with charts and illustrations incl folding maps of The Indian and Polynesian Archipelagos, Map of New Zealand (taped), The North End of New Zealand (North Island), Cooks Strait, etc. Published for The New Zealand Association by John W Parker, London, first ed, 1837. 16cm, 423pp, plus 9pp of selected works, blue cloth, sunned, BP of Peter Maling and Baron Northwick, G. Very scarce copy. $200 - 400

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105 Wakefield, Felix Colonial Surveying With A View To The Disposal Of Waste Land: In A Report To The New Zealand Company. John W Parker, London, first ed, 1849, initialled by the author and insc Nayland, Nov 26, 1849 on the cover wrapper which is bound in at the end. 22.5cm, v, 89pp, rebound in full green leather, BP’s of Peter Maling, Dr George Mackaness and G & N Ingleton, general discolouring, else G. Very scarce copy. $200 - 400

111 Acland, L. G. D. The Early Canterbury Runs (Revised and Enlarged Edition) Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd, Christchurch, 1946. Containing the First, Second and Third (new) Series. 22cm, 367pp, insc to Mr Maling on FEP, and a tipped in newspaper clipping showing the author in his New Zealand Rough Riders uniform, red cloth, spine sunned, else G+ $40 - 80 112 Acland, L .G. D. Pioneers of Canterbury Deans Letters 1840-1854 A. H. & A. W. Reed, Dunedin, first ed, c1937, 22.5cm, 312pp, illus incl frontis, khaki cloth, DJ. Jacket with edge wear, else G $40 - 80

106 Wilson, Mrs Robert In the Land of the Tui My Journal In New Zealand, Sampson Low, Marston & Company Limited, London, first ed, 1894, 19.5cm, xviii, 322pp, illus incl large 113 Adams, C. Warren folding coloured map, turquoise A Spring in the Canterbury Settlement cloth, spine cocked, gen wear, else G With engravings. Longman, Brown, $40 - 80 Green, and Longmans, London, first ed, 1853. Signed and inscribed by 107 Woodhouse, A. E. the author on the TP, “Alec Beck with Te Waimate Early Station Life in New Zealand the author’s kind regards” 20.5cm, A. H. & A. W. Reed, Wellington, viii, 92pp, plus 32pp incl addendum second ed, 1954, blue cloth, DJ, G and folding plates, blue cloth gilt, $30 - 50 gen wear, else G+ $50 - 100 108 Yate, Rev William An Account of New Zealand 114 Andersen, Johannes C. and of the Formation and Progress Jubilee History of South Canterbury of the Church Missionary Society’s Illustrated with many photographs, Mission in the Northern Island. graphs, sketches, maps and plans. Second Edition, R. B. Seeley And W Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, Burnside, London, 1835, 310pp, plus Auckland, first ed, 1916. 26cm, 1pp index, illus incl frontis, coloured xv, errata & addenda, 775pp, illus, plate and folding map and all other frontis map of NZ, brown cloth, BP plates as required, green cloth, of Fred B Butler, minor wear, else G+ with a tipped in letter to Mr Maling $100 - 200 from the renowned Maori artefact collector Kenneth Webster dated 115 Barker, Lady 1957, also BP of Mr Maling and Station Life in New Zealand Library of the American Board of New Edition, Macmillan And Co, Commissioners for Foreign Missions London, 1871, 18cm, red cloth, label, spine poor, else G-G+ spine sunned, G $100 - 200 Also Canterbury Old and New 1850-1900 A Souvenir Of The Jubilee, Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd, New Zealand Regional Christchurch, printed card wraps, G $30 - 60 109 Acland, L. G. D. The Early Canterbury Runs 116 Beattie, Herries First Series, Whitcombe & Tombs The Pioneers Explore Otago Limited, Auckland, 1930, 22.5cm, A Record of Explorers, Travellers, 279pp, brown cloth gilt, no DJ, G+ Surveyors, Bushmen, Seekers of $30 - 60 Pastoral Country, Inland Voyagers, and Wayfaring Men. Otago Daily 110 Acland, L. G. D. Times and Witness Newspapers Co, The Early Canterbury Runs (Complete Edition) Ltd, first ed, 1947. 22cm, 160pp, And Glossary of Station Words. illus, light blue cloth, no DJ, G+ Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd, $30 - 60 Christchurch, 1951. 22cm, 427pp, large rear folding map, red cloth, no DJ, G+ $30 - 60


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119 Downes, T. W. Old Whanganui Printed and Published by W. A. Parkinson & Co Ltd, Hawera, first ed, 1915, 24.5cm, xiv, 334pp, illus, incl large folding genealogical tree, green cloth with pictorial cover, spine sunned, else G+ $100 - 150 120

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Gilkison, Robert Early Days in Central Otago Being Tales of Times Gone By Otago Daily Times and Witness Newspapers Co. Ltd, Dunedin, first ed, 1930, 18cm, 215pp, illus, blue cloth, signed and insc by the author to the FEP and signed again on dedicatory page, G+. $30 - 60 Gillespie, Oliver A. South Canterbury A Record of Settlement Published by The South Canterbury Centennial History Committee, 1958, with tipped in letter from Mr Maling to the author, 22cm, xxiv, 507pp, illus incl large rear folding map, blue cloth, DJ, G+ $30 - 60 Guthrie Hay, H. L. Annandale Past and Present 1839-1900 Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, first ed, 1901. Signed and insc by the author on FEP, “Mrs Elmslie with love H. L. G. H. 7th July 1904. 18.5cm, 338pp, illus incl rear folding family tree, quarter burgundy morocco, spine sunned, minor wear, else G+ $80 - 120

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129 Insull, H. A. H. Marlborough Place Names A. H. & A. W. Reed, Wellington, first ed, 1952, 22.5cm, 71pp, plus 2pp appendix, illus, green cloth, DJ, spine sunned, else G+ $20 - 40 130

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136 Ogilvie, Gordon Two Volumes On The Deans Family of Canterbury Pioneers of the Plains - The Deans of Canterbury by Gordon Ogilvie, Jackson, Elizabeth T. Shoal Bay Press, Christchurch, first Delving Into the Past of Auckland’s Eastern Suburbs ed, 1996, with DJ, F. Section 6. St Heliers Bay, Centennial Pioneers on Port Cooper Plains - The Edition, 1982, 30cm, 128pp, illus, Deans Family of Riccarton by John light blue cloth, DJ. Deans, Simpson & Williams Ltd, $30 - 50 CHCH, first ed, 1964, with DJ, F $40 - 80

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Paul, Robert Bateman Letters from Canterbury, New Zealand With a Map of the Province and a considerable part of the Province of Nelson, showing the purchased land, reserves, sheep and cattle runs, Mr Weld’s overland route from Nelson to Canterbury by Edward Jollie. Rivingtons, London, first ed, 1867. viii, 160pp, plus 8pp of new books, blind stamped brown cloth, sunned, map with small tape repairs, spine joints split, else G. Rare. $150 - 250 Paul, Robert Bateman Letters from Canterbury, New Zealand Rivingtons, London, first ed, 1857, 17.5cm, viii, 160pp, plus 8pp of ads, lacks map, , lacks pp 6,7 & 8, occasional ink notations, blind stamped brown cloth, FA. $50 - 80 Paulin, Robert The Wild West Coast of New Zealand A Summer Cruise in the “Rosa”, with a frontispiece from a photograph by the author. Thoburn & Co, London, first ed, 1889. 19cm, viii, 121pp, brown cloth gilt, with black fern decoration, BP of Peter Maling and ex-libris label of D. K. S. Kidd, minor wear, else G+ Rare. $400 - 600 Pilgrim (C. L. Innes) Canterbury Sketches or Life From Early Days “Lyttelton Times” Office, Gloucester, Christchurch, first ed, 1879. 18.5cm, v, 209pp, plus 2pp of poetry, illus with tipped in sepia frontis photograph of Christchurch in December 1852, green and black dec cloth, FX, else G-G+. Rare $100 - 150 Pyke, Vincent History of the Early Gold Discoveries in Otago Otago Daily Times and Witness Newspapers Company, Limited, Dunedin, first ed, 1887, 23cm, vii, 151pp, illus incl 2 page frontis of Gabriels Gully in 1862, purple cloth gilt, sunned, else G $50 - 100

142 Scotter, W. H. Ashburton A History of Town and County Ashburton Borough And County Councils, 1972, signed and insc by the author to Peter Maling, blue cloth, DJ, G+ Riccarton Bush Putaringamotu edited by Brian Molloy, limited first ed, 1995, F $40 - 80

143 Selwyn, Bishop Augustus Thanksgiving Sermon Preached by The Right Reverend The Bishop Of New Zealand On His Arrival In His Diocese, published at the request of the congregation. Printed at the Church Mission Press, Paihia, first ed, 1842, 21cm, 13pp, finely rebound in quarter green calf cloth, top 1cm edge of front board sunned, else G+ Very scarce copy. $100 - 200 144 Sherrard, J. M. Kaikoura, A History of the District Kaikoura County Council, first ed, 1966. 22.5cm, 373pp, illus, blue cloth, DJ, jacket frayed at upper spine, else near F $40 - 80 145 Studholme, E. J. Two Volumes Relating To Coldstream Coldstream - The Story of a Sheep Station on the Canterbury Plains 1854-1934, first ed, 1985, signed and insc by the author. Clear Horizons - A History of the Lowcliffe & Coldstream Districts, 1993. Both vols soft covers, both F $30 - 50

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147 Thomson, Barry & Neilson, Robert Sharing The Challenge A Social and Pictorial History of the Christchurch Police District, published by J. C. Rowe and the Christchurch Police District History Book Committee, 1989, signed by Robert Neilson. 30cm, 360pp, illus, light blue cloth, DJ, F $30 - 60

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Various Two NZ Regional Volumes Dusky Bay In The Steps of Captain Cook, by A Charles Begg and Neil C Begg, revised ed, 1968. DJ. Port Preservation by the same authors, first ed, 1973, with 2 letters pasted in from Peter Maling to the authors, and from Charles Begg to Mr Maling, both relating to the book. DJ $40 - 80

Various Three Volumes A High Country Life by Sandy Wigley, signed first ed, 1994, soft cover Provincial Perspectives Essays In Honour Of W. J. Gardner, first ed, 1980, DJ Many A Glorious Morning by David McLeod, first ed, 1970, with a letter from the author to Mr Maling relating to the book. $30 - 50 Various Four Volumes Relating To Early New Zealand Early New Zealand - A Dependency Of New South Wales, 1788-1841 by E. J. Tapp, first ed, 1958, DJ. Early Victorian New Zealand, A Study of Racial Tension and Social Attitudes 1839-1852 by John Miller, first ed, 1958, DJ. Letters From Early New Zealand by Charlotte Godley 1850-1853, Canterbury Centennial Edition, 1951, DJ. The Geography of New Zealand, Historical, physical, Political & Commercial by P Marshall, revised ed, gray cloth no DJ $40 - 80 Various Three Volumes Relating To Canterbury Sheep & Sheepmen of Canterbury 1850-1914, by S. S. Crawford, first ed, 1949. The Early Canterbury Runs by L. G. D. Acland, fourth ed, 1975. Early South Canterbury Runs by Robert Pinney, first ed, 1971, with a small letter from the author to Mr Maling. All three with DJ, and all G+ $40 - 80 Various Four Volumes Relating To Canterbury & The South Natural History of Canterbury edited by R Speight, Arnold Wall and R. M. Laing, first ed printed by Simpson & Williams, Christchurch, 1927, with a letter from R Speight to Mr Maling, red cloth, no DJ, spine sunned else G+. Tall Hills And Tight Lines by G. L. Burdon, first ed, signed and insc by the author 1985, blue cloth gilt, no DJ, F. Canterbury Provincial Railways, Genesis of the N.Z.R. System by W. A. Pierre, first ed, 1964 with DJ, G+ a Garden Century The Christchurch Botanic Gardens1863-1963, with DJ, G+ $40 - 80


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Various Five Volumes on Christchurch/Canterbury/ Fiordland Early Christchurch, The Beginnings of Municipal Government 18621868, a Study commemorating the Centenary of the Christchurch City Council by R. C. Lamb, signed first ed, 1963, printed card wraps. G+ Early Fiordland by John Hall-Jones, first ed, 1968, DJ, G+ Centennial - Canterbury New Zealand 1950. Strait of Adventure by Stephen Gerard, 2nd ed, 1952, jacket poor. Grand Hills For Sheep by Georgina McDonald, The Otago Centennial Prize Novel, first ed, 1949, DJ, $30 - 50

Various Four South Island Topographical/Historical Titles The Story of Menzies Bay by Ian H Menzies, first ed, 1970, with DJ, also a letter from the author to Mr Maling, and signed and inscribed to him on HT. The Journal of Edward Ward, Canterbury 1850-51, Being His Account of the Voyage to New Zealand in the Charlotte Jane and the First Six Months of the Canterbury Settlement, with an into by Sir James Hight, Pegasus Press, limited ed of 1850, first ed, 1951 with DJ. Keeper of the Sheep by Mary Catherine Goulter, The Pegasus Press, first ed, 1955, with DJ. Purau by Elisabeth Ogilvie, Caxton Press first ed, 1970, with DJ $40 - 80

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Various Three Canterbury Related Volumes A History of Port Lyttelton by W. H. Scotter, first ed, 1968, with DJ, M signed on the HT by the author, F The Story of Canterbury Last Wakefield Settlement by A. H. Reed, first ed, 1949, spine sunned, with DJ A History of the University of Canterbury 1873-1973, W Gardner, E. Beardsley & T. Carter, with DJ, F. $40 - 80 Various Six Canterbury Related Volumes Canterbury Old and New 18501900, A Souvenir of the Jubilee, Whitcombe & Tombs, printed card wraps. Early Christchurch, The Beginnings of Municipal Government 18621868 by R. C. Lamb, signed first ed, 1963, printed card wraps. St Albans from Swamp to Suburbs, An Informal History, 1989, soft cover. Coaching Days and Accommodating Ways (Canterbury’s Old West Coast Road), compiled by Vera McLennon, booklet containing a 5 page letter to Mr Maling from the author. The First Hundred Years 1851-1951 - A History of the Akaroa Parish with a guide to St. Peter’s Church, printed soft card wraps. The Gothic Beauties and History of The Canterbury Provincial Buildings by C. R. K. Taylor, 4th ed, 1963 printed soft card wraps. All volumes G-G+ $50 - 100

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166 Woodehouse, A. E. Guthrie-Smith of Tutira Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, first ed, 1959, containing 2 handwritten letters from Guthrie-Smith to Peter Maling written from Tutira, and 2 typed letters from his son in law and Airini Woodehouse relating to a biography of Guthrie-Smith. 22cm, green cloth, DJ, spine sunned, else G-G+ $40 - 80

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172 Cowan, James Fairy Folk Tales of the Maori Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, Auckland, first ed, 1925, 19cm, viii, 173pp, illus, red cloth, G Also, First Lessons in Maori by W. L. Williams, seventh ed, 1923, red cloth, G $30 - 50

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173 Cowan, James The Maoris of New Zealand With numerous illustrations from photographs and drawings. Whitcombe And Tombs Limited, Christchurch, first ed, 1910, 22cm, xxiv, 356pp, red cloth gilt, minor wear, else G $40 - 80

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180 Robley, Major-General Moko; or Maori Tattooing With 180 illustrations from drawings by the author and from photographs. This edition printed for A. H. & A. W. Reed, Wellington, 1969, 29cm, 212pp, burgundy cloth gilt with slipcase, minor wear, else near F $150 - 250

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Grey, Sir George Polynesian Mythology and Ancient Traditional History of the New Zealand Race As Furnished By Their Priests And Chiefs, Second Edition in English & Maori. H. Brett, Auckland, 1885. Signed to the FEP, The Honble C. C. Bowen with Sir G. Grey’s best remembrances G. Grey. 21.5cm, xxiii, 199pp, illus, green cloth, pages darkened, typical of this edition, else G $100 - 200 Grey, Sir George Polynesian Mythology And Traditional History of the New Zealand Race As Furnished by Their Priests And Chiefs. John Murray, London, first ed, 1855. 20.5cm, xiii, 333pp, plus 2pp of new works, eng frontis TP, and vignette on TP, blind stamped green cloth with gilt decoration to front board and spine, spine sunned, and boards well worn, FX, else G $100 - 150

Martin, Lady Our Maoris Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, London, first ed, 1884. 19cm, 220pp, plus 4pp other works, illus incl frontis and folding coloured map of NZ, pictorial khaki cloth, minor wear, else G+ $30 - 60

181 Skinner, Henry Devenish Comparatively Speaking Studies in Pacific Material Culture 1921-1972. University of Otago Press, Dunedin, first ed, 1974. 24.5cm, 197pp, illus, light blue cloth, DJ, jacket edge wear, spine sunned, else G+ $30 - 60 182 Stack, Canon South Island Maoris A Sketch Of Their History and Legendary Lore. Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, Christchurch, 1898. 19cm, 136pp, illus incl frontis, light green cloth, G+ $40 - 80


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Various Four Titles Vikings of the Sunrise by Peter H. Buck, 8th imp, 1938, cloth, no DJ. Where the White Man Treads by W. B. Otorohanga, second ed revised, 1928, green cloth, no DJ Early Maoriland Adventures of J. W. Stack, first ed, 1935, DJ Further Maoriland Adventures of J. W. & E. Stack, first ed, 1938, DJ $40 - 80 Various Two Volumes on Maori Place-Names The Maori History & Place Names of Hawkes Bay by J. D. H. Buchanan, edited by D. R. Simmons, Reed, Wellington, first ed, 1973, blue cloth, DJ, G+ Kaikoura Coast - Maori History, Traditions and Place-Names by W. J. Elvy, first ed, 1949, brown cloth, DJ. G $40 - 80

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191 Webster, K. Athol The Armytage Collection of Maori Jade Photography by John Queenborough. Made and Printed by The Cable Press, London, first ed, 1948, 22cm, 79pp, illus, quarter green cloth and paper covered boards, with a postcard to Mr Maling from the author, G +. A very scarce title. $200 - 400 192 Wilson, John Alexander The Story of Te Waharoa A Chapter in Early New Zealand History together with Sketches of Ancient Maori Life and History. Whitcombe And Tombs Ltd, Christchurch, ND, c1866. 20cm, xv, 255pp, dec red cloth, spine sunned, else G+ $50 - 100

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195 Chilton, Chas The Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand (2 Vols) Reports on the Geo-Physics, Geology, Zoology, and Botany of the Islands Lying to the South of New Zealand, based mainly on Observations and Collections Made During an Expedition in the Government Steamer “Hinemoa” (Captain J. Bollons) in November 1907. Published by the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury. Printed by John McKay, Govt Printer, Wellington, first ed, 1909. 28.5cm, illus, blue cloth gilt, spines sunned, else G+ $150 - 250 196

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Buller, Walter Lawry Manual of the Birds of New Zealand (Signed Copy) George Didsbury, Govt Printer, Wellington, first edition, 1882, 24.5cm, xii, 107pp, plus iii, inscribed on the FEP, From the author Aug 1882. also P. B. Maling, Christchurch, May 1929, numerous annotations in red and black ink throughout, dec red cloth gilt, spine joint split and ends frayed, sunned, slightly cocked, a worn but complete copy. G $400 - 600

Guthrie-Smith H. Sorrows And Joys of a New Zealand Naturalist Reed, Wellington, signed limited first ed, No 155/1000, 22.5cm, 252pp, illus, green cloth, DJ, jacket poor, else G $30 - 50 Hector, James First General Report on the Coal Deposits of New Zealand Geological Survey of New Zealand. George Didsbury, Govt Printer, Wellington, first ed, 1866. 24cm, illus with folding maps and plates, half burgundy morocco, mrbld brds, spine sunned, leather worn, FX, else G $50 - 100

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203 Scott, Peter Three Volumes Wild Chorus. Country Life Limited, r/p 1949, green cloth, DJ, (torn), G Travel Diaries Of A Naturalist, Vols I & III, both with DJ, both ex-libris, G+. $30 - 60

204 Soper, M. F. Bird Portraits (2 Vols) & 4 Other Volumes New Zealand Bird Portraits, r/p Marriner, George R 1963, also More New Zealand Bird The Kea: A New Zealand Problem Portraits, first ed, 1965, DJ, both F Including A Full Description of this The Book of Birds, by the National Very Interesting Bird, Its Habitat And Geographic Society, 1921, brown Ways, Together With a Discussion of cloth, no DJ. the Theories Advanced to Explain Shorebirds - An identification guide Its Sheep-Killing Propensities. to the waders of the world, first ed, Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, first 1986, DJ. ed, 1908. 22.5cm, 147pp, illus incl A Flying Start - Commemorating rear map, dec cloth, G+ Fifty Years of the Ornithological $30 - 60 Society of NZ 1940-1990, compiled and edited by B. J. Gill and B. D. Heather, first ed, 1990, soft cover. New Zealand Bird Life by E. G. Turbott, first ed, 1947, DJ $40 - 80

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Travel & Exploration 210 Andersen, Johannes & Tewsley, Miss U. Zimmermann’s Account of the Third Voyage of Captain Cook 1776-1780 Alexander Turnbull Library Bulletin No 2. Published by W. A. G. Skinner, Govt Printer, Wellington, first ed, 1926. 25cm, 49pp, plus 2 plates relating to the death of Cook, and large folding map, brown cloth, G+ $30 - 60 211

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214 Calvert, Albert F. 217 Cook, Captain James & King, The Discovery of Australia Captain James Second Edition, Dean & Son, Ltd, A Voyage To The Pacific Ocean (3 Vols) London, 1902. 25cm, xi, 184pp, plus Undertaken By The Command Of extracts from opinions of the press, His Majesty for making Discoveries illus, green cloth gilt, gilt fore-edges, in the Northern Hemisphere, to G Determine The Position and Extent $40 - 80 of the West Side of North America; its Distance from Asia; and the 215 Chapman, G. Practicability of a Northern Passage Chapman’s Centenary Memorial of Captain Cook’s to Europe, Performed Under the Description of New Zealand Direction of Captains Cook, Clerke, One Hundred Years Ago, Geo T. and Gore, In his Majesty’s Ships Chapman, Queen Street, Auckland, the Resolution and Discovery. In first ed, 1870, 25cm, xx, 160pp, the Years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, plus index, illus incl frontis and and 1780. Printed by W. And A. numerous other folding maps, half Strahan, for G. Nicol, Bookseller To burgundy morocco, sunned, spine His Majesty, In The Strand; And T. split lower end, frayed upper end, Cadell, In The Strand, first edition, old stains to FEP, FX, 2 sigs to FEP 1784. 30cm, 24 plates, some folding, from 2 members of the Bowen full mottled calf, gilt lines, small torn family, else G off corners on pp139/40 of Vol I, $150 - 300 pp 367/8 of Vol II and pp83/4 of Vol III, Vol I brds loose, joints splitting 216 Cook, James on others, offset discolouring from A Voyage Towards The South Pole and Round The plates, usual FX and gen wear, else World (2 Vols) G. A good complete set. Rare. Performed in His Majesty’s Ships $3,000 - 5,000 the Resolution and Adventure, In the Years 1772, 1773, 1774, 218 Cook, Captain James and King, and 1775, In which is Included Captain James Captain Furneaux’s Narrative of A Voyage To The Pacific Ocean (4 Vols) his Proceedings in the Adventure Undertaken by Command of his during the Separation of the Ships. Majesty, for making Discoveries Illustrated with Maps and Charts in the Northern Hemisphere. and a Variety of Portraits (64 incl Performed under the Direction of frontis port of Cook) of Persons and Captains Cook, Clerke and Gore, Views and Places, drawn during in the years 1776, 1777, 1778, the Voyage by Mr. Hodges, and 1779, and 1780. Being a Copious, engraved by the most eminent Comprehensive, and Satisfactory Masters. Printed for W. Strahan; and Abridgement of the Voyage. Printed T. Cadell in the Strand, London, for John Stockdale, Scatcherd And second edition, 1777. 30cm, Vol I, xl, Whitaker, John Fielding, And John 378pp, Vol II, 8 + 396pp, half tan calf, Hardy, London, first octavo edition, mrbld brds and EP’s, signed Blantyre 1784. 22cm, without the HT, frontis to FEP and TP of each volume, spine port of Cook in Vol I, 2 folding eng of Vol I taped, spine of Vol II with maps, 48 eng plates (1 folding), full joint splitting, else a nice tight set. calf, neatly rebacked with original Rare. spines preserved, red and green $2,000 - 3,000 morocco labels, gilt dec cmpts, usual FX and wear, corners bumped else G-G+ .A nice tight set, Rare. This octavo edition (of the third voyage) is not to be confused with the second edition, which did not appear until 1785. This abridged account is preferred by some as the nautical and technical parts having been deleted, makes the work read more like an adventure. $2,000 - 3,000

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223 Ross, Capt Sir James Clark A Voyage of Discovery and Research (2 Vols) in the Southern and Antarctic Regions, during the years 18391843, John Murray, London, first edition 1847, Vol I, lii, 366pp, Vol II, x, 447pp, plus 16pp of other works, 8 maps, 4 folding, 18 engs in the text, original gilt stamped cloth, ex owners sig to top of TP, BP’s of W. H. de Luen and Peter Maling, spines sunned, corners bumped, some maps taped, slight loss at head and tail of spine to Vol I, gen wear, else G, Rare. One of the most important works in the history of Antarctic exploration. James Clark Ross was an experienced arctic explorer, having accompanied his uncle Sir John Ross, on the latter’s two polar voyages and having sailed on all four of Parry’s arctic expeditions. On June 1st, 1831, while on the second Ross expedition, he discovered the North Magnetic Pole. In 1839 he was given command of the present expedition, the purpose of which was to conduct magnetic research and to try to reach the south magnetic pole. On this famous voyage, Ross circumnavigated the Antarctic continent, discovered the Ross Sea, the Ross Ice Shelf, Victoria Land, Erebus and Terror Gulf (named after the ships of the expedition), Mount Erebus, and attempted to penetrate the Weddell Sea. The expedition also visited the Crozet Islands, Kerguelen Island, Tasmania, Australia, New Zealand, Campbell Island, and the Falkland Islands. This was the first scientific expedition sent out specifically for Antarctic exploration and research. On his return to England, Ross was knighted and awarded the gold medal of the Geographical Societies of London and Paris. $2,500 - 3,500

224 Routledge, Mrs Scoresby The Mystery of Easter Island The Story of an Island. Printed for the author by Hazell, Watson And Viney, Ltd, London and Sold by Sifton, Praed & Co. Ltd, first ed, ND, c1919. 23.5cm, xxi, 404pp, illus with monotone plates, maps and plans, green cloth gilt, general wear, else G $50 - 100 225 Seaver, George Two Volumes on Edward Wilson Edward Wilson of the Antarctic, Naturalist and Friend, with an intro by Apsley Cherry-Garrard, first Australian Ed, 1946, DJ Edward Wilson, Nature Lover, r/p 1947, DJ. Jackets torn, else G $30 - 50 226 Sykes, Major Percy Molesworth Ten Thousand Miles in Persia or Eight Years in Iran With numerous illustrations incl frontis port of the Sha of Persia and large folding map, John Murray, London, second impression, 1902, 24cm, xv, 481pp, khaki cloth, spine poor, general wear, else G $250 - 500 227

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233 Wharton, Captain W. J. L. (Editor) Captain Cook’s Journal During his First Voyage Round The World made in H.M.S. Endeavour 1768-1771, a literal transcription of the original MSS with notes and an intro. Illustrated by Maps and Facsimiles. Elliot Stock, London, first ed, 1893. 27pp, lvi, 400pp, frontis port of Cook, green cloth gilt, G $100 - 150

234 Wright, Olive 2 Volumes on Dumont Durville (-) New Zealand 1826-1827 from the A Journal of a Voyage Round the World in H.M.S. French of Dumont D’Urville, The Endeavour 1768-1771 Wingfield Press, c1950. Bibliotheca Australiana #14, N. Israel, The Voyage of the AstrolabeAmsterdam, first ed, 1967. 26cm, 1840, An English Rendering of the 130pp, plus a concise Vocabulary of Journals of Dumont D’Urville and the Language of Otahitee, facsimile his Officers of their Visit to New vellum with embossed title, near F Zealand in 1840, together with $40 - 80 Some Account of Bishop Pompallier, and Charles, Baron de Thierry, first ed, 1955, with a tipped in letter from the author to Mr Maling. Both with DJ, other than some jacket wear, both G-G+ $40 - 80


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238 Du Faur, Freda The Conquest of Mount Cook And Other Climbs An Account of Four Seasons Mountaineering on the Southern Alps of New Zealand. George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London, first ed, 1915. 27cm, xv, 250pp, illus incl frontis and photographic plates, brown cloth, BPs of Peter Maling and another from Dryburgh House, St Boswells, minor wear, else G. Rare. $150 - 250 239

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Harper, Arthur P. Memories of Mountains and Men With illustrations. Simpson & Williams Ltd, Christchurch, first ed, 1946. 22cm, 208pp, pages age browned, green cloth, spine joint split, else G $20 - 40 Harper, Arthur P. Pioneer Work in The Alps of New Zealand A Record of the First Exploration of the Chief Glaciers And Ranges of the Southern Alps. T Fisher Unwin, London, first ed, 1896, 22.5cm, xvi, 336pp, illus incl maps, blue cloth with gilt edged japon title label to upper board, tipped in letter from the author to Mr Maling dated 57, BP of Mr Maling and Horace Walker, spine sunned, small hole lower spine, else G-G+ Rare $120 - 180

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245 Turner, Samuel 251 Hamilton-Browne, Col. G (Maori The Conquest of The New Zealand Alps Browne) T. Fisher Unwin Ltd, London, first With The Lost Legion In New Zealand ed, 1922. 22.5cm, 291pp, illus, blue Colonial Edition, T. Werner Laurie, cloth, ex owners name and address London, first ed, ND, 22.5cm, vi, to FEP, else G. Scarce. 397pp, plus catalogue of other Also My Climbing Adventures in works, illus incl frontis port of the Four Continents by the same author, author, red cloth, spine sunned, FX, first ed, 1911 else G. $30 - 60 $60 - 100 252 Taylor, T. D. 246 Various New Zealand’s Naval History Three NZ Related Volumes Naval Policy And Practice Naval Scrambles Amongst The Alps by Occasions Visiting Warships. A. H. Edward Whimper, revised and & A. W. Reed, Wellington, first ed, edited by H. E. G. Tyndale, John 1948, 25.5cm, 337pp, blue cloth, Murray, London, 6th ed, 1936, beige DJ, signed and insc by the author cloth, no DJ. to FEP, jacket edges frayed here and The Mountains, The Bush And The there on upper end, else G+ Sea A Photographic Report signed $30 - 60 first ed by John Pascoe, 1950, DJ A Camera In The Hills by F. S. 253 James, William Smythe, 2nd ed, 1942, insc to FEP, DJ The Naval History Of Great Britain (6 Vols) $40 - 80 From the Declaration of War by France in 1793 to the Accession 247 Various of George IV, a New Edition with Three NZ Related Volumes Additions and Notes and an Land Uplifted High by John Pascoe, Account of the Burmese War and Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, the Battle of Navarino. Richard Christchurch, first ed, 1952, with DJ Bentley, London, first ed, 1837, Great New Zealand Adventures by 22.5cm, half dark blue calf, 5 raised Brian Joyce, first ed, 1983 with DJ. spine bands with gilt dec cmpts, G A Ebeneezer Teichelmann, Pioneer nice clean tight set. New Zealand mountaineer, $400 - 800 explorer, surgeon, photographer and conservationist, Cutting Across THE Hakluyt Society Continents by Bob McKerrow, foreword by Sir Edmund Hillary, first 254 Allen, W. E. D. (Editor) ed, 2005 with DJ. Russian Embassies to the Georgian Kings 1589 $40 - 80 1605 (2 Vols) The Hakluyt Society, 1970, blue 248 (-) cloth, DJ, F. $20 - 40 The New Zealand Alpine Journal 2 cartons of the above together 255 Barr, William & Williams, Glyndwr with The Canterbury Mountaineer (Editors) magazines etc, various dates. Voyages in Search of a Northwest Passage 1741 $50 - 100 1747 (2 Vols) The Hakluyt Society, 1994, blue Military & War cloth, DJ, near F $20 - 40 249 Carbery, Lieut-Col A. D. The New Zealand Medical Service in the Great War 256 Beaglehole, J. C. 1914-1918 The Journals of Captain James Cook (5 Vols) Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, Comprising four volumes and a Auckland, first ed, 1924. 24cm, xix, portfolio, published, 1955, 61, 67, 567pp, illus incl frontis port and 74.with addendum pamphlets. Folio maps to rear pocket, red cloth, spine vol includes maps. All blue cloth sunned, else G+. Rare. with DJ, Jacket edges worn and $150 - 300 torn, else G+ $300 - 600 250 Hamilton-Browne, Col. G. (Maori Browne) 257 Beazley, C. Raymond Camp Fire Yarns of The Lost Legion The Text And Versions of John De Plano Carpini And T. Warner Laurie Ltd, London, first William De Rubruquis ed, ND, 22.5cm, 301pp, illus incl As Printed for the First Time by frontis port, red cloth, spine sunned, Hakluyt in 1598 Together With Some else G Shorter Pieces. The Hakluyt Society, $30 - 60 London first ed, 1903, plain stiff boards, G. Scarce copy. $40 - 80

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259 David, Andrew (Chief Editor) The Charts And Coastal Views Of Captain Cook’s Voyages (3 Volume Set) The Hakluyt Society, 1988. Volume I, The Voyage Of The Endeavour 1768-1771. Volume II, The Voyage Of The Resolution And Adventure 1772-1775. Volume III, The Voyage Of The Resolution And Discovery, 1776-1780. All dark blue cloth, DJ, near F $400 - 600 260 David, Andrew, FernandezArmesto, Felipe, Novi, Carlos, Williams, Glyndwr (Editors) The Malaspina Expedition 1789-1794 (3 Vols) The Journal Of The Voyage by Alejandro Malaspina. Volume I, Cadiz to Panama. Volume II, Panama to The Phillipines. Volume III, Manilla to Cadiz. 2001, 2003, 2004. Blue cloth, DJ, F $30 - 60 261 Dunmore, John (Editor) The Journal of Jean-Francois de Galaup de la Perouse (2 Vols) The Hakluyt Society, 1994, blue cloth, DJ, F $30 - 60 262 263 264

Fotte, P. G. (Editor) Olaus Magnus - A Description of the Northern Peoples 1555 (3 Vols) The Hakluyt Society, 1998, blue cloth, DJ, near F $30 - 60 Gibb, Sir Hamilton, Bivar, A. D. H., & Beckingham, C. F. (Editors) The Travels of Ibn Battuta A. D. 1325-1354, Vols III, IV, V The Hakluyt Society, 1971, 1994, 2000, all blue cloth with DJ, all near F $30 - 60 Hair, Paul (Editor) Barbot on Guinea The Writings of Jean Barbot on West Africa 1678-1712 (2 Vols) The Hakluyt Society, 1992, blue cloth, DJ, F $20 - 40

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268 Lamb, W. Kaye (Editor) The Voyage of George Vancouver 1791-1795 (4 Vols) The Hakluyt Society, 1984, blue cloth, DJ, near F $40 - 80 269

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271 Skelton, R. A. (Editor) The Journals of Captain James Cook on His Voyages of Discovery, Charts & Views Folio First edition, 1955, large folio, blue cloth with ties, embossed gilt portrait and printed paper slipcase (torn) otherwise G+ $100 - 150

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Literature, Childrens & Illustrated 284 Acland, L. G. D. The Early Canterbury Runs (Revised and enlarged edition) Containing the First, Second and Third (new) Series. Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd, Christchurch, 1946. 22cm, 367pp, red cloth, signed and inscribed twice to the FEP by the author, 1946 and 1947. Spine sunned, else G+ $40 - 80 285 Andersen, Johannes The Lure of New Zealand Book Collecting Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, Auckland, first ed, 1936, quarter cloth & paper covered boards. Also, A Roll Of Book Collectors In New Zealand, Brochure No 7, Limited Ed, No 134/260, 1958. Guide To New Zealand Book Collecting and Handbook of Values Limited Ed, No 379/1250, 1977. $30 - 60 286 Collier, J. The Literature Relating to New Zealand A Bibliography. George Didsbury, Govt Printer, Wellington, first ed, 1889. 24.5cm, 235pp, blind stamped green cloth, gen wear, else G Also, Catalogue of the Hocken Library, Dunedin, 1912, brown cloth gilt, G+. $40 - 80 286a Henslow, T. Geoffrey W. Ye Sundial Booke Printed and published by J. J. Keliher & Co Ltd. , Craven House, Kingsway, W.C. 1914. 422pp, with adverts to rear G $100 - 200 287

Hocken, T. M. A Bibliography of the Literature Relating to New Zealand John Mackay, Govt Printer, Wellington, first ed,1909. 24.5cm, vii, 619pp, brown cloth, tipped in newspaper cutting on Hocken, G $30 - 50

288 Lewin, Evans Subject Catalogue Of The Library Of The Royal Empire Society (Vol Two) Formerly Royal Colonial Institute. Volume Two - The Commonwealth Of Australia, The Dominion Of New Zealand, The South Pacific, General Voyages And Travels, And Arctic And Antarctic Regions. First ed, 1931. 29.5cm, 761pp, blue cloth, spine sunned, else G $30 - 60

289 Long, William Two Volumes Fowls Of The Air, illus by Charles Copeland, Ginn And Company, Publishers, The Athenaeum Press, Boston, 1901. Beasts Of The Field, 1903. Both green cloth with pictorial gilt embossed boards, spines sunned, else G $20 - 40 290

Various Three New Zealand Art & Archaeology Related Titles Early Prints of New Zealand 16421875 by E. M. & D. G. Ellis, Avon Fine Prints, first ed, 1978. Nicholas Chevalier - An Artist’s Journey Through Canterbury in 1866, soft covers. Unearthing New Zealand by Michael Trotter and Beverley McCulloch, first ed, 1989, DJ. All three near F $40 - 80


PRIVATE VENDORS New Zealand Historical 291 Amodeo, Colin The Summer Ships being an account of the first six ships sent out from England by the Canterbury Association in 1850-1851. The Caxton Press, Christchurch, Deluxe Limited Edition No 29/750, 2000, signed and inscribed by the author, quarter bound with slipcase, F $40 - 80 292

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293 Craik, Mrs G. The New Zealanders The Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Charles Knight, Pall Mall East, London, first ed, 1830. 16.5cm, iv, 424pp, illus with engs in the text, rebound half morocco, period sig to FEP, minor FX, lacking map, else G Written around the experiences of John Rutherford who was adopted by a Maori tribe $100 - 150 294 Croker, Bro. A. B. History of Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of New Zealand 1890-1940 Coulls Somerville Wilkie Limited, Christchurch, 1940, 25cm, 152pp, illus, printed card wraps. G $20 - 40 295 Dobson, Arthur Dudley Reminiscences of Whitcombe And Tombs Limited, Auckland, second ed, 1930. 19cm, 225pp, illus incl frontis port of the author, red cloth, DJ, (poor) else G $30 - 50 296

Fox, William The War In New Zealand With Two Maps And A Plan. Smith, Elder & Co, London, first ed, 1866. 19cm, xvi, 268pp, half tan calf, stamp of Otago Public Library to cover, illus with folding maps, Waikato map poor cond, small split upper spine, else G $120 - 180

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Gorst, J. E. The Maori King Or, the Story of Our Quarrel with The Natives of New Zealand. Macmillan And Co, London, first ed, 1864. 18.5cm, x, 409pp, illus with frontis, half tan calf, raised spine bands, stamp to front board of Otago Public Library, some FX, else G $80 - 150 Hooker, Sir Joseph Dalton Himalayan Journals or Notes of a Naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia Mountains etc, with maps and full-page and other illustrations. The Minerva Library of Famous Books. Ward, Lock, Bowden And Co, London, 1891. 18cm, xxxi, 574pp, illus incl folding plates, full red morocco, spine end worn, else G $40 - 80 McNab, Robert Historical Records of New Zealand (Vols I & II) John Mackay, Govt Printer, Wellington, 1908 & 1914, brown cloth, both G+ $40 - 80 McNab, Robert Old Whaling Days A History of Southern New Zealand From 1830 to 1840. Whitcombe And Tombs Limited, Christchurch, first ed, 1913, 22cm, xiii, 508pp, illus, blue cloth, DJ, poor, else G $40 - 80 Majoribanks, Alexander Travels in New Zealand With a Map of the Country. Smith, Elder and Co, London, first edition, 1846, 19.5cm, viii, 174pp, plus appendix and new works, blind stamped red cloth, G. Also, The Six Colonies of New Zealand by William Fox, first ed, 1851, 2 inches of upper right corners lacking due to fire damage, FA $150 - 200

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Various Four Historical Titles From Tasman To Marsden by Robert McNab, first ed, 1914, DJ, jacket holed and worn, else G+ A Pioneer Missionary Among The Maoris 1850-1879, Being Letters And Journals of Samuel Grace, edited by S. J. Brittan, G. F. C., and A. V. Grace, first ed, ND, DJ, jacket holed and worn, else G+. New Zealand by Hon. Pember Reeves, 2nd ed, 1927, DJ, jacket spine tears else, G+ Contributions to The Early History of New Zealand (Settlement of Otago) by Thomas Morland Hocken, first ed, 1898, blue cloth, no DJ, G+ $50 - 100

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Various Three Geography/Geology Volumes Manual of New Zealand Geography by Thomas A Bowden, assisted by James Hector, second ed, 1872. Geomorphology An Introduction to the Study of Landforms by C. A. Cotton, 3rd ed revised and enlarged, 1942. Class-Book of Geology by Sir 318 Archibald Geikie, 4th ed, 1903. $40 - 80 Various Three NZ/Maori Related Volumes The Last Maori War In New Zealand Under The Self Reliant Policy by Major-General Sir George S Whitmore (N.Z. Militia), first edition 1902, red cloth gilt, no DJ. The Shadow Of The Land - A Study of British Policy and Racial Conflict in New Zealand 1832-1852 by Ian Wards, first ed, 1968, DJ. Savage Life And Scenes in Australia and New Zealand by George French Angas, facsimile r/p, DJ. All three G+ $50 - 100

Various Six Historical & Other Titles At Home In New Zealand, an illustrated history of everyday things before 1865 by Alison Drummond & L. R. Drummond. Banking Under Difficulties or Life on the Goldfields by G. O. Preshaw. The Riddle of Richard Pearse by Gordon Ogilvie. The Golden Bush by Temple Sutherland. Widow of Thorndon Quay by Celia Manson. A River Rules My Life by Mona Anderson. All six with DJ, all G+ $40 - 80 Various Selection of NZ Booklets, Various Childrens Books, Maps etc, Some Relating to the Sealey Family Including, The Dominion of New Zealand - “The Empire’s Most Fertile & Beautiful Country”. Beautiful Westland. Rata, New Zealand Annual 1932. New Zealand Wild Flowers. Verses From Maoriland by Dora Wilcox, signed and inscribed by the author, 1905. The Timaru High School Magazine, c1908/9. 2 NZ Railways tourist map/booklets for The Central Thermal Springs of the North Island, N.Z Survey Dept, Wellington, 1888, and Aorangi New Zealand A Picturesque Sanalorium of the South Pacific, also 1888, various childrens books, 2 signed by Greville Sealey, unframed maps etc. $50 - 100 (-) Journal of The Mission Voyage of the Schooner “Southern Cross” To the Melanesian Islands with Statement of Accounts. Made in May-October 1866. Printed at the Daily Southern Cross office, 1866. 21cm, 24pp, (4)pp, original blue printed paper wraps, first ed in near fine condition. An extremely scarce booklet describing the voyage and activities of the Melanesian Mission from New Zealand to Norfolk and other islands in the archipelago. The last four pages detail the accounts of the mission. OCLC/World Cat lists only five copies, four in NZ libraries and one in Australia. $200 - 400


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325 Wakefield, Edward Jerningham The Hand-Book for New Zealand Consisting of the Most Recent Information compiled For The Use Of Intending Colonists by A Late Magistrate of the Colony, who resided there during four years. John W Parker, London, first ed, 1848, 17cm, viii, 493pp, plus 2pp, of book ads, blind stamped original cloth, binding poor, otherwise a very scarce copy. $100 - 200

(-) An Album of NZ Historical Ephemera Including an 1894 sepia photograph Miss Ryder’s class of Newtown School, a large black & white photo of the N.Z. Society’s luncheon to Lord Nuffield at the Savoy Hotel, London, 31/5/39, Programme from Prince Edward’s Farewell to the Nation, broadcast on December 11th 1936, an 1897 sepia photo of the Telegraph Message Boys, Wellington, numerous New Zealand Society Luncheon at the Savoy Hotel menus, c1930s, large black & white photo of a NZAC Sunderland flying boat 1949, various reception invitation cards etc $100 - 200

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McNab, Robert Murihiku And The Southern Islands A History of the West Coast Sounds, Foveaux Strait, Stewart Island, The Snares, Bounty, Antipodes, Auckland, Campbell and Macquarrie Islands, from 1770 to 1829. William Smith, Invercargill, first ed, 1907. 21cm. Xiii, 377pp, illus with maps, brown cloth, no DJ, minor wear, else G-G+. $60 - 100 Musgrave, Captain Thomas Castaway on the Auckland Islands A Narrative of the Wreck of the “Grafton” and of the Escape of the Crew After Twenty Months Suffering, Together with Some Account of the Aucklands, edited by John J Shillinglaw. Lockwood & Co, London, first ed, 1866. 19cm, x, 174pp, plus 16pp of other popular publishers works, illus with frontis port and folding map, pictorial green cloth gilt, minor wear else G+ Rare. $100 - 150 Various Three Nelson/Tasman Related Volumes Old Tasman Bay by J. D. Peart, first ed, 1937, DJ. Collingwood A History of the Area from Earliest Days to 1912 by J. N. W. Newport, signed first ed, 1971, DJ. Difficult Country - An Informal History of Murchison by Margaret C. Brown, signed first ed, 1979, DJ. All three G+. $50 - 100 Various Four Nelson Related Volumes Nelson Province 1642-1842 by A. N. Field, first ed, 1942, printed card wraps. History of the Nelson Institute by Lieut. Col. C. B. Brereton, first ed, 1948, DJ. Thomas Cawthorn and the Cawthorn Institute by David Miller, first ed, 1963, DJ. Rails To Nowhere - The history of the Nelson Railway by Lois Voller, first ed, 1991, DJ. All four G+ $50 - 100

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335 White, Leo Whites Pictorial Reference of New Zealand (Second Edition) Representative Air views of New Zealand Cities and Boroughs, published by White’s Aviation Limited, 1960. 21.5cm, blue cloth gilt, G+ $30 - 60

Maori History & FOLKLORE 336 Izett, James Maori Lore The Traditions of the Maori People, with the more important of their legends. Compiled for the Government of New Zealand, John McKay, Govt Printer, 1904, 22cm, vii, 451pp, illus, rebacked half morocco, G $20 - 40 337

Pomare, Hon. Sir Maui & Cowan, James Legends of the Maori Illustrations by Stuart Peterson, Fine Arts (NZ) Ltd, Wellington, 1930, 26cm, x, 320pp, illus, dec brown cloth gilt, no DJ, G $80 - 120

338 Tregear, Edward The Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary Whitcombe And Tombs Limited, Christchurch, first ed, ND, 25cm, xxiv, 675pp, brown cloth G $30 - 60 339

Various Three Maori Related Volumes Te Pukapuka O Nga Inoi, 1902, tooled red leather, spine poor. Willie’s First English Book, Written For Young Maoris Who Can Read Their Own Maori Tongue, And Who Wish To Learn The English Language, first ed, 1872, blue cloth. Maori/English Grammar book, c1860s, lacking TP, green cloth. $30 - 60

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Buckland, Francis T. Curiosities of Natural History (4 Vols) First, Second, Third & Fourth Series, Macmillan & Co, Ltd, London, 1900, 19cm, illus, pictorial cloth, G $30 - 60

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345 Taylor, Alister & Glen, Jan C. F. Goldie (1870-1947) His Life & Painting Alister Taylor, Waiura, Martinborough, first ed, 1977, limited ed, No 713/1450, quarter leather cloth with case, also another soft cover volume on Goldie. $300 - 500

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Various Four Natural History Volumes The Animals of New Zealand by Capt Hutton and James Drummond, 1923. Plants of New Zealand by R. M. Laing and E. W. Blackwell, 4th centennial ed, revised,1940. Trees and Shrubs of New Zealand by A. L. Poole and N. M. Adams, 1963. Tree Culture in New Zealand, also The Jungle Book, r/p 1894. $30 - 60

Travel & Exploration 347 Austin, Capt. Horatio T. Facsimile of the Illustrated Arctic News Published on Board H.M.S. Resolute in Search of the Expedition Under Sir John Franklin, dedicated by Special Permission To The Lords Commissioners Of The Admiralty By Their Lordships Very Obedient Servants, Lieut: Sherard Osborne, & Mr Geo F McDougall, The Editors. Published by Ackermann & Co, 96 Strand, London, 15th March 1852. 48cm, Contains Issues from No1, October 31, 1850 through to No V, March 14, 1851, illus incl hand col and eng plates, adverts, pictorial blue cloth gilt, spine ends frayed, FEP to pp4 detaches, TP torn and taped, FA, Rare. $500 - 1000 348

Baker, Sir Samuel W. Two Early Travel Volumes The Nile Tributaries Of Abyssinia and the Sword Hunters of the Hamran Arabs, New Edition, 1872. The Albert N’Yanza Great Basin Of The Nile and Exploration of the Nile Sources, New Ed, 1874, front board to TP detached. Both volumes by Macmillan And Co, both green cloth, both well used copies. $50 - 100

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Baker, Sir Stanley W. Ismailia A Narrative Of The Expedition To Central Africa For The Suppression Of The Slave Trade, organised by Ismail, Khedive of Egypt, with maps, portraits etc. Macmillan And Co, London, first ed, 1895. 19.5cm, xx, 510pp, plus 52pp index, green cloth, sig to FPD, else G. $50 - 100

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Bird, Isabella L. Six Months Among The Palm Groves, Coral Reefs, and Volcanoes of the Sandwich Islands The Hawaiian Archipelago series, John Murray, London, fifth ed, 1882, 18.5cm, xv, 318pp, illus incl frontis and map, half tan calf, cover stamp for Public Library Stirling, G $30 - 60

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Brownell, Charles De Wolf The Indian Races of North and South America An Account of the Principal Aboriginal Races; A Description of their National Customs, Mythology, And Religious Ceremonies, etc, etc, Including the late Sioux War and Indian Massacres in Minnesota. Hurlbut, Scranton, & Company, Hartford, Conn, first edition, 1865. 22.5cm, 760pp, illus incl hand col engs, rebacked full calf, discolouring, scuffing to the boards, else G. $100 - 200


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354 Cheeseman, Major R. E. Lake Tana and the Blue Nile Macmilland And Co, Limited, London, first ed, 1936, 23cm, xiv, 400pp, illus incl maps and folding plates, green cloth, DJ, G $100 - 150 355 Cook, Captain James & King, Captain James A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean (3 Vols) Undertaken By The Command Of His Majesty for making Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere, Performed Under Direction of Captains Cook, Clerk, and Gore, In His Majesty’s Ships the Resolution and Discovery, in the Years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780. The second edition, printed by H. Hughs for G. Nicol, and T. Cadell, London, 1785. 30.5cm, illus, full contemporary calf with rebacked original spines, Vol III front board, FEP, TP detached, gen wear, else a good complete set. $1,000 - 2,000 356 Evans, Admiral Sir Edward R. G. R. South With Scott With 31 photographs by Herbert Ponting, Collins, London, first ed, ND, blue cloth, DJ, poor, else G $20 - 40

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Falla, Dr R. A., Pollock, L. W. 364 Scheinwurth, Dr Georg Balham, R. W. (Editors) The Heart Of Africa (2 Vols) The Sub-Antarctic Observer 1943 Three Years Travels And Adventures Magazine hand printed & published In The Unexplored Regions Of at Crozier Chalet, Port Ross, Central Africa From 1868 to 1871. Auckland Islands, 22/4/43. The Sampson Low, Marston, Low, And publication is a series of humorous Searle, London, first ed, 1873, with stories and tales with some maps and woodcut illustrations. illustrated, bound in stiff green 22cm, half calf, mrbld brds. BP of boards, large folio. Caleb Whiteford, Kaiapoi Institute The book states only 3 of these were stamps to FEP. Bindings well worn, published. Rare. spines cocked, lacking leather in $100 - 150 places, else G. Rare $250 - 500 358 Finsch, Dr Otto Samoafahrten 365 Scott, Captain R. F. Reisen In Kaiser Wilhelm’s-Land und Scott’s Last Expedition (2 Vols) Englisch Neu Guinea in den jahren Arranged by Leonard Huxley, with a 1884 u 1885, An Bord Des Deutchen preface by Sir Clements R Markham. Dampfers “Samoa”. Ferdinand Hirt & Macmillan And Co., Limited, Sohn, Leipzig, 1888. Text in German, London, 1913, with illus and maps, half leather, spine taped. dec blue cloth gilt, G. $100 - 200 $40 - 80 366 Selous, Frederick Courteney 359 Kennedy, Donald Gilbert Travel And Adventure in South East Africa Te Ngangana A Te Tuvalu Being the narrative of the last Handbook on the Language of the eleven years spent by the author Ellice Islands, c1945, card boards, on the Zambesi and its tributaries; various scribbles, old water marks, with an account of the colonisation FA of Mashunaland and the progress $40 - 80 of the gold industry in that country. Rowland Ward And Co, Limited, 360 Livingston, David London, first ed, 1893, with Missionary Travels and Research in South Africa numerous illustrations and map. Including a Sketch of Sixteen Years’ 23cm, xv, 503pp, plus other works, Residence in the Interior of Africa. orange cloth with gilt embossed Ward, Lock & Co, Limited, London, vignette of 2 lions, BP of John Watssfirst ed, ND (1857) With portrait and Garland, owners name and address, full-page illustrations, 19.5cm, xv, bookshop stamp, spine ends and 617pp, red cloth gilt, spine sunned, corners bumped, gen wear, else else G G-G+ Rare $80 - 150 $200 - 400 361

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367 Stanley, Henry M. Magdala The Story of the Abyssinian Campaign of 1866-7. Sampson Low, Marston & Company (Limited), London, 1896. 18.5cm, vi, 190pp, illus incl map, maroon cloth, FEP clipped, else G. $50 - 100 368 Thomson, Joseph Through Masai Land A Journey of Exploration Among The Snow clad Volcanic Mountains And Strange Tribes of Eastern Equatorial Africa, being the narrative of the Royal Geographical Society’s Expedition to Mount Kenia and Lake Victoria Nyanza, 1883-1884. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, London, third ed, 1885. 23cm, x, 580pp, 32pp of other works, illus incl large folding map (torn), green cloth gilt, owners sig to FEP, front joint loose, boards faded from old staining to front edges, else G, Rare $200 - 400


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371 Wilson, Lt-Col. Alban (Late 1st Batt. 8th Gurkha Rifles) Sport and Service in Assam and Elsewhere Hutchinson & Co, London, first ed, 1924. 23.5cm, xiv, 320pp, pages 319/320 taped in, illus, red cloth, sunned, ex-libris stamps and sifs to FEP, FX, else G $40 - 80

Antiquarian 372 Aristotle Aristotelis De Morbus Ad Nicomachum Libri Decem (Latin Edition) 1589 Olim E Graeco Longe Et Latinus & fidelius quam unquam antea, a Dion. Lambino Monstroliensi expressi: nunc de integro ab eodem recogniti, & multis locis correcti. Joannis Bogardi, Duaci, 1589. 17cm, 158pp, full vellum, 3 raised spine bands, ink insc and date of 1607 on TP, slight browning to prelims, else G+ Rare $800 - 1,200 373

Boyse, Samuel An Historical Review of the Transactions of Europe (Vol II only) From the Commencement of the War with Spain in 1739, to the Insurrection in Scotland in 1745, etc, etc. Printed for D. Henry in Friar Street, Reading, 1747. 20cm, xxii, 183pp, plus 5pp contents and errata, frontis port of the Duke of Cumberland, folding map, (detached), full contemporary calf, front board detached, spine lacking, FA. $100 - 200

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Brasse, Rev John Greek Gradus or Greek, Latin, And English Prosodial Lexicon, printed by A. J. Valpy, London, 1828, 24cm, plain boards, FA Also, Chambaud’s Exercises, Improved by Nicholson by Arleville Bridel, 1810, full calf. $30 - 60 Bunsen, Christian C. J. Egypt’s Place In Universal History (3 Vols of 5) Translated from the German by Charles H Cottrell, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London, 1848, 22cm, half calf, G $50 - 100

376 Dickens, Charles Christmas Books and Hard Times Chapman And Hall, London, first ed, 1894, with sixty-seven illustrations, Half black calf, mrbld brds, 5 raised spine bands, binding well worn, else G $40 - 80 377 Edmondson, Joseph An Historical and Genealogical Account of The Noble Family of Greville To The Time of Francis, the present Earl Brooke, and Earle of Warwick, Including The History and Succession of the Several Earls of Warwick since the Norman Conquest and some Account of Warwick Castle. Printed London, first edition, 1766. 24.5cm, 108pp, frontis with armorial, eng to TP, folding plates and genealogical charts, plans etc, 16 small engs in the text, quarter leather, plain boards, detached, FEP to pp8 detached, else FA $80 - 150 378

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Hill, John The British Herbal, 1786 An History of Plants and Trees, Natives of Britain, Cultivated for use or Raised for Beauty. Printed for T. Osborne and J. Shipton in Grays Inn, J. Hodges, near London Bridge, J. Newberry in St Pauls Church Yard, B Collins and S. Crowder and H. Woodgate in Paternoster, London, 1756. 41cm, engraved frontis, TP in red and black, ded to the Earl of Northumberland. 536pp, 73 of 75 plates, missing plates 12 & 70. Damage of varying degrees to the following plates, 1,2,6,7,10,11,22,32 ,42,44,50,52,62,65,67,75. Text pages good, full calf, 6 raised spine bands, rear board and index detached, front joint showing splitting. FA Rare $400 - 800 Knight, R. P. An Inquiry Into The Symbolical Language of Ancient Art and Mythology Printed by A. J. Valpy, Tooke’s Court, Chancery Lane, London, 1818. 22cm, 200pp, full hatched calf, spine rebacked in cloth, new EP’s, else G $100 - 200

381 Lysons Rev Daniel History of the Origin and Progress of the Meeting of the Three Choirs of Gloucester, Worcester, & Hereford And of The Charity connected with it. To which is prefixed A View of the Condition of the Parochial Clergy of this Kingdom From the Earliest Time. Printed by D. Walker, Gloucester, first ed, 1812. with a signed inscription from the author to his daughter dated 1822, and a sig from another family member, 1931. 25cm, xv, 278pp, rebound, minor FX, else G+ $50 - 100 382

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384 Reed, Isaac The Plays of William Shakespeare (6 Vols) Printed for Verner, Hood & Sharp, Poultry and Taylor And Hessey, Fleet Street, first ed, 1809, 16.5cm, full orig calf with dec gilt lines, eng frontis to each Vol, G $100 - 200 385 Sallust, C. C. The History of Catiline’s Conspiracy, and the Jugurthine War With a New Translation of Cicero’s Four Orations Against Catiline to Which is Prefixed The Life Of C. C. Sallust. Printed for Richard Priestly and John Rodwell, London, first ed, 1813. 21.5cm, xvi, 294pp, full calf, new EP’S, spine taped, G $50 - 100 386 Smith, E. The Compleat Housewife Or Accomplish’d Gentlewoman’s Companion, Being A Collection of upwards of Six Hundred of the most approved Receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials, With Copper Plates, curiously engraven, for the regular Disposition or Placing of the various Dishes and Courses, etc, etc. The Fifteenth Edition, Printed for R. Ware, S. Birt, T. Longman, and others, London 1753. 20.5cm. 396pp, plus xii index, illus with frontis and rear folding course menu plates, rebacked full contemporary calf, pasted label to inside cover insc Mrs Percivals Book, frontis torn, last plate lacking top third, else G. The first edition was originally published in 1729. $200 - 300 387 Storrer, James, Greig, John Select Views Of London And Its Environs, Vol I Containing A Collection of Highly-Finished Engravings from Original Paintings and Drawings Accompanied by Copious LetterPress Descriptions Of Such Objects in the Metropolis and the Surrounding Country, as are most remarkable for Antiquity, Architectural Grandeur, Or Picturesque Beauty. Vernor And Hood, Poultry, J Storrer And J Greig, Chapel, Pentonville, London, first edition, 1804. 36cm, half tan calf, marbled boards, spine lacking in inch lower end, spine and boards worn, else G Rare $150 - 300

388 Taylor, Isaac Herodotus Translated from the Greek, for the Use of General Readers, with short explanatory notes. Holdsworth And Ball, London, 1829. 21cm, xxxvi, 766pp, illus incl folding frontis map of the Persian Empire, folding chronology chart and folding map of Greece, half calf, 2 contemporary ink sigs to TP, gen wear, FX, else G $50 - 100 389 Uvedale The Memoirs of Philip de Comines (2 Vols) Containing the History of Lewis XI, and Charles VIII of France, etc, etc. Printed for John Phillipsat the Black Bull in Cornhill, first ed, 1712, rebound brown cloth with leather spine, BP of Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, Bart. G-G+ $50 - 100 390

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Bates, P. W. Supply Company Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1955, xv, 371pp, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, else near F $20 - 40 Borman, C. A. Divisional Signals Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1954, xvii, 540pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sig to FEP, else G+ $40 - 80 Burdon, R. M. 24 Battalion Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1953, xv, 361pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, small old stain lower edge of cover and FP, else near F $40 - 80 Burke, Sir Bernard The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales Comprising A Registry of Armorial Bearings from the Earliest to the Present Time, reprint of the 1884 first ed by Wm Clowes & Sons Ltd, 26cm, lxxix, 1185pp, plus 18pp of adverts, red cloth, G $50 - 100 43


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399 Cody, J. F. 21 Battalion Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1953, xv, 471pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, else G+ $60 - 100 400 Cody, J. F. New Zealand Engineers Middle East Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1961, xvi, 774pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, spine sunned, old stains to lower edge cover and EP’s, else near F $40 - 80 401 Cody, J. F. 28 (Maori) Battalion Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1956, xvi, 514pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, else near F. Scarce. $250 - 400 402 Davin, D. M. Crete Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1953, xvii, 547pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sig to pp1, old stain to lower cover edges, else G+ $40 - 80 403 Dawson, W. D. 18 Battalion and Armoured Regiment Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1961, xvi, 676pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, old stains lower edge of covers and EP’s, else near F $50 - 80 404

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Ferguson, Captain David The history of the Canterbury Regiment , N.Z.E.F. 1914-1919 Whitcombe And Tombs Limited, Auckland, first ed, 1921. 22.5cm, vii, 364pp, illus incl frontis port, brown cloth, a well read copy, stamps for Christchurch RSA, else G $150 - 300 Fremantle, Admiral The Hon. Sir E. R. Nelson. The Navy League, London, first ed, 1904, 24cm, 72pp, stiff card, gen wear, else G $30 - 60

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Gillespie, Oliver A The Pacific Official History of New Zealand in the Second World, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1952, xii, 395pp, red cloth, no DJ, G+ $30 - 50 Hall, D. O. W. The New Zealanders In South Africa 1899-1902 War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, first ed, 1949, 22cm, xvi, 97pp, illus, red cloth, sig to FEP, else G+ $40 - 80 Henderson, Jim 22 Battalion Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1958, xvi, 487pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, small old stain lower edge of cover and FEP’s, else near F $60 - 100 Henderson, Jim R M T Official History of the 4th and 6th Reserve Mechanical Transport Companies, 2 NZEF Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1954, xv, 378pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, old stain to lower edge of cover and EP, owners sigs to FEP and top of page 1, else G+ $100 - 200 Kay, Robin 27 (Machine Gun) Battalion Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1958, xvi, 543pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, else G+ $150 - 250 Kidson, A. L. Petrol Company Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1961, xv, 363pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, near F $60 - 100

412 Long, Gavin Greece, Crete and Syria Australia in the War of 1939-45 (Army), Australian War Memorial, Canberra, first ed, 1953, xiv, 587pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, old stains lower cover edges, else G+ $20 - 40

413 Loughnan, R. J. M. Divisional Cavalry Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1963, xvi, 445pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, stained lower cover and EPs edges, else G+ $100 - 150 414

McClymont, W. G. To Greece Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History branch, DIA, Wellington, 1959, xii, 538pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, small old stain to lower cover edges, else G+. $30 - 60

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McKinney, J. B. Medical Units of 2 NZEF in Middle East and Italy Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1952, xv, 462pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sig to TP, else near F $30 - 60

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Murphy, W. E. The Relief of Tobruk Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1961, xii, 566pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, else G+ $40 - 80 Neill, J. C. The New Zealand Tunnelling Company 1915-1919 Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, Auckland, first edition, 1922. 18.5cm, 159pp, illus incl folding maps, brown cloth, some marking, else G+ $100 - 200 Norton, Frazer D. 26 Battalion Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1952, xvi, 554pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1 else G+ $100 - 200 Phillips, N. C. Italy Volume 1 The Sangro To Cassino Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1957, xvi, 387pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, small old stain lower edge of covers, else near F $40 - 80 45


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Pringle, D. J. C., & Glue, W. A. 20 Battalion and Armoured Regiment Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1957, 631pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, old stain lower edge of cover, else G+ $60 - 100 Puttick, Lieutenant-General Sir Edward 25 Battalion Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, DIA, Wellington, 1960, xvi, 654pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, spine sunned, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, else G+ $30 - 60

422 Roskill, Captain S. W. The War At Sea 1939-1945 (3 Vols) Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, first ed, 1954, green cloth, no DJ, G+ $30 - 50 423 Ross, Angus 23 Battalion Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1959, xvi, 506pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, old stain lower edge of cover, else G+ $80 - 150 424 Ross, Squadron Leader J. M. S. Royal New Zealand Air Force Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1955, xv, 343pp, illus incl maps, light blue cloth, G+ $30 - 60 425 Scoullar, Lieutenant-Colonel J. L. Battle For Egypt The Summer of 1942 Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1955, xv, 400pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, small old stain lower cover edge, else near F $40 - 80 426 Sinclair, D. W. 19 Battalion and Armoured Regiment Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1954, xvi, 559pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, else near F $40 - 80

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427 Stevens, Major-General W. G. Problems of 2 NZEF Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, xii, 331pp,illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, old stains lower edge of covers, owners sig to FEP, else near F $60 - 100

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428 Stevens, Major-General W. G. Bardia to Enfidaville Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1962, xii, 416pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, owners sigs to FEP and pp1, else near F $30 - 50

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429 Stout, T Duncan M. New Zealand Medical Services in Middle East and Italy Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1956, xv, 721pp, illus incl maps, maroon cloth, no DJ, old stains to lower cover and EP edges, else G+ Also, Medical Services in New Zealand and the Pacific by the same author, first ed, 1958. $40 - 80

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Various Carton of War Related Books Including Churchill’s 6 vol set of The Second World War, The World Crisis 1911-1918, and 14 others. $80 - 150

430 Thompson, Wing Commander H. L. New Zealanders with the Royal Air Force (3 Vols) Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1953, 1956, 1959, illus incl maps, light blue cloth, no DJ, G+ $50 - 100 431 Underhill, Rev. M. L., Waters, Sydney D., Ross, Squadron Leader J. M. S., Winhall, Rev. N. E. New Zealand Chaplains in the Second World War Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1950, xvii, 188pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, no DJ, near F $30 - 60 432

Victor-Hugo, Georges Sur Le Front De Champagne Ferme De Navarin 1915-1916. Devambez, Editeur, Paris, first edition, 1917, limited edition No 109/300, 60 loose plates, large folio, pastedown label and ties, splits to spine joints, else G $300 - 500

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Various Six NZ Official History In The War Volumes Comprising, 3 vol set of Documents, Prisoners Of War by Mason, New Zealand Dental Services by Anson, The People At War by Wood. All green cloth, no DJ, G+ $50 - 100

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Various Three Volumes The House That Hitler Built by Stephen H Roberts, 4th ed, 1937, blue cloth, no DJ. Tito Speaks, His Self Portrait And Struggle with Stalin by Vladimir Dedjier, first ed, 1953, DJ. And an album of card views of Ypres, with views of it’s famous buildings before and after the war. $20 - 40 Various 2 NZEF Volumes (4) The Gunners, Base Wallahs, Shovel, Sword And Scalpel, & Pacific Service. All orange cloth, all sunned, else G $30 - 60 (-) Two WWI Albums Of Drawings And Verse Including war related sketches, humorous ditties etc, both with Nelson and Wellington connections, both bound in red leather. $100 - 200

459 Walker, Ronald Alam Halfa and Alamein Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, 1939-45, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1967, xiii, 507pp, illus incl maps, red cloth, DJ. Also, The Gunners, An Intimate Record of Units of the 3rd New Zealand Divisional Artillery in the Pacific from 1940 until 1945, orange cloth, no DJ. War Economy by J. W. T. Baker, 1965, green cloth, DJ. $50 - 80 460 Waters, S. D. The Royal New Zealand Navy Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War, War History Branch, DIA, Wellington, 1956, xvi, 570pp, illus incl maps, blue cloth, no DJ, G+. $30 - 60

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464 Capstick, Peter (Series Editor) Six Modern African Hunting Volumes Big Game Hunting In North-Eastern Rhodesia by Owen Letcher. Big Game Hunting In Central Africa by William Buckley. African Adventures, Letters From Famous Big-Game Hunters by Denis D Lyell. Big Game Hunting And Collecting In East-Africa, 1903-1926 by Kalman Kittenberger. Hunting The Elephant in Africa, by Captain C. H. Stigand, foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. Memories Of An African Hunter by Denis D Lyell. All six with DJ, all G+ $60 - 120 465 Corbett, Jim Four Various Titles The Temple Tiger and More ManoEaters of Kumaon, 2nd imp, 1954. Tree Tops, 2nd imp, 1956. My India, first ed, 1952. Man-Eaters Of Kumaon, first English printing 1946. All 4 with DJ. $30 - 50 466 Cranworth, Capt. The Lord Profit And Sport In British East Africa Being a Second Edition Revised and Enlarged, of “A Colony in the Making”, with maps and illustrations. Macmillan And Co., Limited, London, 1919. 23cm, xvi, 503pp, green cloth gilt with embossed figure of a hunter to the front board, owners sig to FEP, else G $50 - 100 467

Barlow, J. A. (The West Yorkshire Regt) The Elements of Rifle Shooting Dealing with The Service Rifle And Open Sight. Second ed, 1932, 22cm, 118pp, illus, pic green cloth, G+ $30 - 60 Braddon, Sir Edward Thirty Years Of Shikar William Blackwood And Sons, Edinburgh and London, first ed, 1895, with illustrations and a map. 23cm, x, 373pp, plus 32pp of other works, pictorial green cloth gilt, 2 ex owners sigs to FEP, minor wear else G. $50 - 100

Burrard, Major Gerald Notes On Sporting Rifles For Use In India And Elsewhere Third ed, revised and enlarged, Edward Arnold, London, 193219cm, 142pp, plus ads, illus, green cloth, G+. $40 - 80

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Various A Carton Of Assorted Titles Including African related adventure and travel volumes $40 - 80

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Various Carton of Books On African Hunting & Adventure Most with dust jackets. $50 - 100

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Various A Carton of African Hunting & Adventure Book Most with dust jackets. $50 - 100

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Various A Carton of African Hunting & Adventure Books Most with dust jackets $50 -100

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Various Three Books On Lions etc The Book Of The Lion by Sir Alfred E Pease, John Murray, London, first ed, 1913, illus, light blue cloth, no DJ, frontis loose, else G Lion - African Adventure with the King of the Beasts by Martin Johnston, 3rd imp, 1929, red cloth gilt, G Jungle Haunts by George Hogan Knowles, first ed, 1934, blue cloth, no DJ, G $60 - 120


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Various Three African Related Volumes White Man’s Grave - West Africa from Cape Verde to Angola by Lawrence G Green, first ed, 1954, with DJ Man And Beast In Africa by Francois Sommer, with a foreword by Ernest Hemingway, first ed, 1953, DJ African Camera Hunts, written and illustrated by Lt-Col C. H. Stockley, first ed, 1948, DJ $40 - 80

493 Chester, R. H. & McMillan, N. A. C. CENTENARY - 100 Years of All Black Rugby Moa Publications Auckland, deluxe edition No 655/1200, 1984, large folio, bound in full navy blue leather, with raised spine bands, gilt fern to cover in presentation case. A few faded water spots to cover and spine else F $200 - 400

494 Dunlap, G. D. America’s Cup Defenders With twenty one original paintings 489 Various by Melbourne Smith, American Three Books Relating To South Africa Heritage Press, New York, first ed, Wild Sports Of Southern Africa by 1970, 36cm, illus, DJ, G+ Captain Sir William Cornwallis Harris, $20 - 40 Facsimile reprint, 1987, with DJ a Hunter’s Life in South Africa by R. 495 Neely. D. O. & King, R. P. Gordon Cumming, facsimile edition, Men In White 1986 with DJ The history of New Zealand Recollections of Adventures 1850International Cricket 1894-1985. 1911 by H. W. Struben, revised and Deluxe Edition, No 1118/1200, large edited by his daughter, 1920, red folio, Moa Publications, Auckland, cloth, no DJ 1986, intro by Sir Walter Hadlee, $40 - 80 bound in full black leather, raised spine bands, embossed silver fern 490 Various and gilt stumps vignette to cover in Five Hunting/Travel Volumes a red presentation case. F Rowland Ward’s Records Of Big $150 - 250 Game, Eleventh Edition (Africa) 1962, green cloth gilt. 496 Smythe, Frank In The Grip Of The Nyika - Further Six Titles Adventures in British East Africa by Camp Six, r/p 1956, DJ. Lieut-Col. J. H. Patterson, r/p 1910, Kamet Conquered, 2 copies, both blue cloth gilt, no DJ. first eds, 1932, no DJ. In Brightest Africa by Carl E Akeley, Climbs and Ski Runs, first ed, 1932, first ed, 1924, brown cloth gilt, no no DJ DJ. The Kanchenjunga Adventure, 2 The Mountains by Stewart Edward copies, first ed, 1930 and r/p, no DJ. White, first ed, 1904, pictorial cloth, $50 - 100 no DJ. The Forest by Stewart Edward Art & Architecture White, sixth imp, 1907, pictorial cloth, no DJ 497 Angas, George French $50 - 100 The New Zealanders Illustrated Facsimile edition 1966, limited to Sport & Leisure 750 copies, 56cm, half burgundy morocco and marbled boards, F 491 Carman, Arthur H. $300 - 500 They Played For New Zealand (Vol 4) A Detailed Record of Each Rugby 498 Angas, George French Union All Black From 1884 to 1981, Portraits of the New Zealand Maori printed card cover, G Limited edition number 455/750 by $10 - 20 Reed, 1972, 54cm, half burgundy morocco, marbled boards, G+ 492 Chester, R. H. & McMillan, N. A. C. $300 - 500 Men In Black Moa Publications, Auckland, first ed, 499 Barker, David 1978, limited edition, No 655/1200, David Barker The Man And His Art large folio, full black leather, with David Bateman, Limited Edition No silver fern to cover, silver fore-edges, 56/475, 1982, large folio, quarter F blue leather with case. Case water $200 - 400 stained to one edge, else near F $100 - 200

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501 Ching, Raymond Studies & Sketches of a Bird Painter first ed, blue cloth with slipcase, sunned, else G+ $40 - 80 502 Davenport Adams, W. H. Lighthouses And Lightships A Descriptive And Historical Account Of Their Mode Of Construction And Organization, with illustrations and photographs and other sources. T. Nelson And Sons, London, first ed, 1871. 18cm, 322pp, illus, dec brown cloth gilt, spine cocked, gen wear, else G $30 - 50 503

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511 Snow, David, Chisholm, A. H. & Soper, M. E. Raymond Ching The Bird Paintings Large folio with pictorial slipcase, G+ $50 - 100 512

Various Two NZ Art Volumes Two Hundred Years of New Zealand Painting by Gil Docking and Peter McIntyre’s New Zealand $40 - 80

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515 Wakefield, Edward Jerningham Illustrations To Adventure In New Zealand Facsimile edition 1968, limited ed number 80/500, 55.5cm, half dark green morocco, light green cloth, near F $300 - 500 Literature, Childrens & Illustrated 516 Aurousseau, M (Editor) The Letters of F. W. Ludwig Leichhardt (3 Vols) Second Series: No CXXXIII, Cambridge University Press, 1968, blue cloth, DJ, G+ $40 - 80

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519 Dowd, J. H. & Spender, Brenda E. Three Titles Important People, 9th imp, 1942. More People of Importance, r/p 1938. Serious Business, First ED, 1937. All with DJ, jackets as found, else G $80 - 120

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Bennett, Arnold Things Which Have Interested Me (3 Vols, 1906, 1907, 1908) 1906 copy, limited edition number 75 of 100 1907 copy limited edition number 5 of 100 1908 copy limited edition number 46 All plain stiff card boards, some old minor silverfish nibbles, else G+ Rare complete 3 volume set. Also, The Problem of Arnold Bennett by Geoffrey West, first ed, 1932, red cloth. $200 - 400

Fairburn, A. R. D How to Ride a Bicycle in Seventeen Lovely Colours The Pelorus Press, first ed, ND, c1940 printed soft card wrappers with later stiff card outer, G+ Very few of this publication remain, Alexander Turnbull Library hold one in their collection. $100 - 150 Fleming, Ian You Only Live Twice Jonathan Cape Ltd, London, first edition, 1964. 19.5cm, 256pp, black cloth, DJ designed by Richard Chopping, spine cocked, else G-G+ Also, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, first ed, 1963, no DJ. $100 - 200

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Milne, A. A. Winnie The Pooh Methuen & Co, Ltd, London, first edition 1926. Green cloth gilt embossed cover with Pooh & Christopher Robin, yellow DJ. Jacket repaired, else G+ $200 - 400

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Pogany, Willy The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam George Harrap & Co. Ltd, London, first ed, ND, 22.5cm, illus with 16 tipped in colour plates by Pogany, red cloth gilt, gilt top edges, G-G+ $50 - 100

533 Rider Haggard, H. She Hodder & Stoughton, H & S Yellow Jacket series, ND, (1886) red cloth, DJ. Jacket spine ends and edges frayed, else G $30 - 50

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534 Scott, George Riley Phallic Worship A History of Sex and Sex Rites in Relation to the Religions of All Races From Antiquity to the Present Day. T Werner Laurie Ltd, signed limited first edition, 1941 No 736 of 775. 23cm, xvii, 299pp, green cloth, DJ, spine cocked, FX, else G Also Ulysses by James Joyce, r/p 1942, (Bruce Mason’s copy) Little Journeys to the Homes of English Authors - William Morris, written by Elbert Hubbard, 1900. $50 - 100

535 Shakespeare, William Twenty-Five Sonnets Of Shakespeare Stratford Upon Avon at the Shakespeare, Oxford Basil Blackwell, first ed, 1922, 20cm, paper covered brds with pasted leather label. Also a reprint of Much Adoe About Nothing. $40 - 80

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Various Four New Zealand Poetical Volumes At Omatua’s Fireside by Francis Hutchinson, illus by Russell Clark, first ed, ND, c1947, DJ. New Zealand Poetry Yearbooks for 1951 & 1964, DJ. Signs And Wonders, Poems by Basil Dowling, The Caxton Press, first ed, 1944. All G+. $40 - 80 Various Eight NZ & Other Literary Volumes Flotsam and Jetsam, Rhymes Old And New by Alfred Domett, first ed, 1877. Kowhai Gold by Quentin Pope, first ed, 1930. Canterbury and other poems by Basil Dowling, The Caxton Press, first ed, 1949. Recent Trends In New Zealand Poetry by James K Baxter, The Caxton Press, first ed, 1951 3 volumes by Robert Louis Stevenson and Cheerful Yesterdays by O. T. J. Alpers. $40 - 80 Various Seven Various Titles The Making Of The Empire by Arthur Temple, 6th ed, 1907. The Story of the Empire by Gerald T Hankin, first ed, 1911. The Collected Works of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, first ed, 1969. The Invasion of New Zealand by People, Plants And Animals by Andrew Hill Clark, second printing 1950. Essays on Practical Education by Maria & R. L. Edgeworth, Vol II ONLY, Good Words 1866. Scribners Magazine, Vol V, JanuaryJune, 1889. Antarctica by C Reginald Ford, New Zealand Booklet Series, No 7. $40 - 80

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Ball, Murray Fred Dagg Cartoon An original 4 strip cartoon of Fred Dagg hunting by Murray Ball, signed and framed, 13cm by 44. $40 - 80 Benard, Robert Carte d’une Partie de la Cote de la Nlle Galles Meride c1784 Depuis Le Cap Tribulation jusqu’au Detriot De L’Endeavour par Le Lieut J Cook, 1770. Circa 1774 from Cooks Travels, Tome IV, Plate 3, 30.5cm by 33.5cm with card mount. G+ $200 - 400

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550 Cary, John Australia And The Adjacent Isles c1819 Hand coloured copper engraving, 23cm by 30cm, framed. $150 - 300 551 Collie, William (Photographer) The White Terraces 1874 An original sepia photograph mounted on card. The reverse stamped William Collie Portrait and Landscape Photographer Napier New Zealand and inscribed in ink No 3 Nov 1874 Bottom of boiling Cauldron upon the White Terrace of Rotomohana when empty. 13cm by 21cm. $30 - 60

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Fearon, Percy, (Poy) A Collection of Signed Cards & Cartoons Etc 49 items, chiefly WWII Christmas cards, many signed and inscribed, also other humorous cards, some with Nelson links, letters, a cartoon booklet, etc. Born in Shanghai, Percy Fearon (Poy) studied art in New York and Bushey, Hertfordshire. Principal cartoonist on Judy from 1879-98, he then joined the Manchester Evening Chronicle (1905-07), Daily Dispatch and Sunday Chronicle (1907-13). In 1913 he moved to London and became a contributor to the Evening News and the Daily Mail until 1939. Amongst Fearon’s most famous creations were John Citizen, Cuthbert the First World War conscientious objector, Government Gus and Dora, the latter personifying the 1914 Defence of the Realm Act. His pen name was said to derive from the American pronunciation of his first name, Poycee, whilst he was in New York, later shortened to Poy. When he finally retired from cartooning in 1938 after 34 unbroken years of daily work he estimated that since joining the Manchester Evening Chronicle he had produced 10,000 cartoons which he considered “a record for a political cartoonist”. He died on 5th November 1948. $1,500 - 2,500 Friedlander, Adolph, (Lithographer) Nouma-Hama La Premeire dompteuse du monde, replica chromolithographic poster. Also a large American printed poster of oranges. $50 - 100 Hogg, Alexander (Publisher) The Inside of a Hippah, in New Zealand Copper engraving by Rennoldson, c1784, 22.5cm by 34cm, framed. $50 - 100 Hollar The Mappe Of Norfolke 1676 Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Bedford, Hartford, Buckingham, Oxford, Northapton, Warwick, Huntington and LecesterShires & Rutland, part of Lincolne Nottingham, Darbye, Glocester & Barck Shires & of the County of Essex. Hand coloured, brown staining, 40cm by 52cm. Rare $300 - 600

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568 Rapkin, John Hand Coloured Map of New Zealand c1850 Printed by The London Printing And Publishing Company c1850, with a border of Maori motifs. 36.5 x 26cm $80 - 150 569 Soulier, E. (After) Oceanie Hand coloured lithograph map published for J Andriveau-Goujon, for Atlas Elementaire Simplifie, 42cm by 53cm, unframed. $200 - 400 570

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574 Wilson, G. P. The Owen Reefs Mining And Geological Survey, No 1 W. C. Wright, Mining Engineer, June 1st, 1886, hand coloured, 45cm by 43cm, unframed, some foxing & edge nicks. $100 - 200 575 Wooley, George J. Plan of Lyell Creek Reefs 1873 Compiled by George J Wooley, District Surveyor, Reefton, Sept 1873, Scale Ten Chains to One Inch. R. Lucas & Son, Lithographer, Nelson. 44cm by 56cm, unframed. Foxing and edge creasing. $100 - 200 576 Wooton Back Them Up WWII Aircraft Carrier poster, printed for Fosh & Cross, Ltd, London, 76cm by 51cm, unframed. $300 - 500 577

Zatta, Antonio Emisfero Terrestre Meridionale c1779 Hand coloured copper engraved map c1779, 31cm by 40.5cm, framed. Rare map and other than some minor spotting, near fine condition. Provenance; purchased from The John Leech Gallery, Auckland. $1500 - 3000

578 Lord & Lady Bledisloe Signed Card Inscribed James Mitchell, A small appreciation of faithful service from The Governor General and Lady Bledisloe March 1935, together with a menu card from Government House 14.2.33. $40 - 80

579 Tsar Nicholas II & Empress Alexandra A Pair of Signed Photographs 1914 An exceptionally rare pair of signed sepia photographs of Tsar Nicholas II & Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. The Tsar’s photo signed Nicolas 1914 and inscribed to the ward room officers and shows Nicholas in full officers regalia, the Empress photograph signed Alexandra June 1914, both on blind stamped paper with the trade mark of Boissonas Et Eggler of St Petersburg both in gilt frames with crown mounts. Whilst these frames are replacements, the lot comes with the original frames which are as found. Provenance: From the date of June 1914 and the inscription at the top of the Tsar’s photograph we can assume the photos were gifted to the officers of the British battle cruiser “Lion”. Page 253 of Robert K Massie’s book Nicholas and Alexander reads; “An event of special symbolic significance took place at the end of June when the dashing British Admiral Sir David Beatty led the First Battle Cruiser Squadron of the Royal Navy up the Baltic on a visit to Russia. England, alarmed by the rapid building of the Kaiser’s powerful High Seas Fleet, was reluctantly abandoning a century of “splendid isolation”. A closer tie with Tsarist Russia, hitherto despised in press and parliament as the land of the Cossack and the knout, was part of Britain’s new diplomacy. On June 20, a blazing, cloudless day, Beatty’s four huge grey ships, Lion, Queen Mary, Princess Royal and New Zealand, steamed slowly past the Standart and anchored at Kronstadt. The Imperial family went aboard Beatty’s flagship, Lion, for lunch. “Never have I seen happier faces than those of the young grand duchesses escorted over Lion by a little band of middies especially told off for their amusement,” reported the British Ambassador, Sir George Buchanan. “When I think of them as I saw them that day”, he added “the tragic story of their deaths seems like a hideous nightmare”. Both images are faded, as are the signatures, the mount on the Tsar’s photo has old water staining chiefly around the margins, with some foxing on the Empress photo. The photos measure 19.5cm by 14cm, and 37cm by 27cm overall, excluding the crown. $10,000 - 20,000


The ken scadden military campaign medal auction WELLINGTON 7 NOVEMBER 2013

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AFTER THE AUCTION • Payment Payment for purchase is due in New Zealand dollars within 48 hours from the date of sale by cash, cheque or eftpos. Alternatively payment can be made by telegraphic transfer direct to our bank. Please add $20 NZ to cover New Zealand bank charges. National Bank of New Zealand, Wellington Branch Credit 06 0501 0524945 00 170-186 Featherston Street Payee Dunbar Sloane Ltd Swift Code ANZBNZ 22 Please include details of sale date, sale type and lot numbers with all payments. • Collection of Purchases Property purchased can be collected as soon as full payment has been received. Any items not collected within seven days of the auction may be subject to a storage and insurance fee. • National Packaging and Transport We prefer you (the purchaser) to pack and arrange transport. Removal trucking firms can make crates, wrap your goods and have them delivered to you. Note: Couriers do not pack and require payment before they pick up the goods. If you wish Dunbar Sloane Ltd to pack and provide packing materials and arrange and pay for couriers we charge for this service. This is to be paid before the goods leave our premises. We pack with care, however we take no responsibility for damage once your goods leave our premises. We insist you take out your own insurance to cover any damage or loss in transit. • International Shipping and Storage Dunbar Sloane Ltd can advise on the best method of packing and freight to send purchased property internationally. A wide variety of methods of despatch are used depending on the weight and volume and cost estimates can be obtained from us at any time. Upon receiving your written instructions, we will with discretion, engage professional commercial shippers or deal with the shippers of your choice. Long term storage can also be arranged. Insurance is the buyers responsibility for freight and storage. • Opening Times Dunbar Sloane Ltd general office hours are Monday to Friday 8.30am-5pm. Please note many of our advertised or published auction and viewing times fall outside these hours. • Subscriptions Dunbar Sloane Ltd catalogues are reference works collected in their own right, as well as being the essential guide to any auction. Annual subscriptions ensure regular receipt of catalogues. Refer to subscription details at back of this catalogue. • Email info@dunbarsloane.co.nz • Internet Site www.dunbarsloane.com


CON D I T I ON S OF S A L E 1 The highest bidder to be the buyer, and if during the auction the auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, the lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again for sale. 2 The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion. 3 a. The seller shall be entitled to place a reserve on any lot and the auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the seller for any lot on which a reserve has been placed. b. Dunbar Sloane’s have the right to withdraw or divide any lot or to combine any two or more lots at their sole discretion. 4 a. The buyer shall forthwith upon the purchase give in his name and permanent address. b. The buyer may be required to pay down forthwith the whole or any part of the purchase money, and if he fails to do so, the lot may at the auctioneers absolute discretion be put up again and resold. c. The premium the buyer shall pay to Dunbar Sloane is 15% on the hammer price together with G.S.T. at the standard rate on the premium and agrees that Dunbar Sloane, when acting as agent for the seller, may also receive commission from the seller.

e. In any event neither the seller nor Dunbar Sloane’s are responsible for any representation or warranty, or for any statement in the catalogues, advertisements, or brochures of forthcoming sales. 6 Not withstanding any other terms of these conditions, if within 7 days after the sale Dunbar Sloane’s have received from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that in his view the lot is deliberate forgery and within 9 days after such notification, the buyer returns the same to Dunbar Sloane’s in the same condition as at the time of sale and satisfies Dunbar Sloane’s had considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded. 7 a. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in settlement of purchase, no lot can be taken away during the times of sale, nor can any lot be taken away unless it has been paid for in full. b. All lots are to paid for and taken away at the buyer’s expense within TWO days from sale. 8 On failure of a buyer to take away and pay for any lot in accordance with Condition 7, Dunbar Sloane reserves any other right or remedies.

5 a. Each lot sold by the seller thereof with all faults and defects therein and with all errors of description and is to be taken and paid for whether genuine and authentic or not and no compensation shall be paid for the same.

i. To resell the lot or cause it to be resold by public sale, any money paid in part payment being forfeited, any deficiency attending such resale after deducting all costs incurred in connection with the lot to be made good by the defaulting buyer, and any surplus to be the seller’s or:

b. Dunbar Sloane’s act as agents only and neither they nor the seller are responsible for any faults or defects in any lot or the correctness of any statement as the authorship, origin, date, age, attribution, genuineness, provenance or condition of any lot

ii. To store the lot or cause it to be stored whether at their own premises or elsewhere at the sole expense of the buyer, and to release the lot only after payment in full of the purchase price together with interest thereon of 5% above bank minimum lending rate, the accrued cost of removal, storage and insurance (if any) and all other cost incurred in connection with the lot.

c. All statements in the catalogues, advertisements or brochures of forthcoming sales as to any of the matters specified in (b) above are statements of opinion, and are not to be relied upon as statements of representations of fact, and intending purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to all of the matters specified in (b) above, as to the physical description of any lot, and as to whether or not any lot has been repaired.

iii. If the lot has been in store pursuant to (ii) for more than 6 months, to remove the lot from store and to exercise the right set out in (i).

d. The seller and Dunbar Sloane’s do not make or give, nor has any person in the employ of Dunbar Sloane’s any authority to make or give, and representation or warranty.

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ANTIQUARIAN BOOK AUC TION 19 SEPTEMBER 2013 Please bid on my behalf at the above sale for the following lots. These bids are to be executed as reasonably as permitted by other bids or reserves. I agree to comply with the conditions of sale as printed in this catalogue.

Full Name

Dunbar Sloane Ltd PO Box 224 Wellington 6140 New Zealand Phone +64 4 472 1367 Fax +64 4 475 7389 info@dunbarsloane.co.nz www.dunbarsloane.com

Address Telephone

Fax

Mobile Email Signed & Dated Check lot numbers and description. Place your bid/s as early as possible, as in the event of identical bids, the earliest will take precedence. ‘Buy’ bids are not accepted. The limit you leave should be the amount to which you would bid if you were to attend the auction. Buyers premium: Buyers are reminded that a buyer’s premium of 15% on the hammer price plus G.S.T. on the premium shall be paid to Dunbar Sloane Ltd, all up 17.25%. Successful Bidders will be notified at which time arrangements may be made for payments, collection and despatch. LOT NO.

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TITLE/DESCRIPTION

DUNBAR SLOANE WELLINGTON

$ BID PRICE (excluding premium)


ANTIQUE & DECORATIVE ARTs WELLINGTON 6 NOVEMBER 2013 Entries currently invited ENQUIRIES Bettina Frith Anthony Galllagher Ph +64 4 472 1367 Email antiques@dunbarsloane.co.nz www.dunbarsloane.com

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DUNBAR SLOANE WELLINGTON

Dunbar Sloane Wellington  

Antiquarian Book Auction 19 September 2013

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