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Wednesday, 17th May, 2017 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh

Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs


Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs Wednesday, 17th May, 2017 at 11am Sale Number LT489

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Order of Sale Wednesday, 17th May, 2017 at 11am 1-8 9-38

Art & Architecture Atlases, Maps & Prints

39-48

Children’s Books

49-54

Continental Books

55-68

History & Military

69-117

Literature

118-132

Manuscripts

133-159

Miscellaneous

160-185

Natural History

186-190

Original Illustrations

191-200

Philosophy & Religion

201-214

Photography

215-237

Science, Mathematics & Medicine

238-308

Travel & Topography

Lot 52 (detail)


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ART & ARCHITECTURE 1 ART REFERENCE, PORCELAIN, POTTERY & GLASS, ANTIQUES REFERENCE, A LARGE COLLECTION INCLUDING Godden, G.A. Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the First Period 1793‑1850. 1968; Godden, G.A. Caughley and Worcester Porcelains 1775‑1800. 1969; Godden, G.A. The Illustrated Guide to Lowestoft Porcelain. 1969; Barrett, F.A. Derby Porcelain. 1971; Sandon, H. Royal Worcester Porcelain from 1862. 1974; Cushion, J. English Porcelain. 1974; Cushion, J. Continental Porcelain. 1974; Bell, R.C. Tynside Pottery. 1971; Whiter, L. Spode. 1978; Godden, G.A. An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain. 1966; Sandton, H. The Illustrated Guide to Worcester Porcelain. 1969; Godden, G.A. The Illustrated Guide to Ridgway Porcelains. 1972; Wills, G. English & Irish Glass. [n.d.], 16 numbers bound in 1, green half morocco gilt; most original cloth, dust‑jackets; and others, similar (quantity) £150‑200 2 AUDSLEY, WILLIAM AND GEORGE Polychromatic Decoration as Applied to Buildings in the Medieval Styles. London: Henry Sotheran & Co., 1882. Folio, 36 plates, original cloth gilt; Hamerton, Philip Gilbert The Portfolio: London, Seeley, Jackson & Halliday, 1880 and 1883. 2 volumes, folio, 44 plates, red half morocco (3)

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£200‑300 3 BOOKBINDING, PAPERMAKING, PRINTING, BIBLIOGRAPHY, BOOK‑COLLECTING, INCLUDING DUDIN, M. The Art of Bookbinder and Gilder. Leeds: Elmete Press, 1977. Folio, number 81 of 490 copies on Old Dutch ream laid mould‑made paper, plates, black quarter morocco gilt, t.e.g.; Reed, Ronald The Nature and Making of Parchment. Elmete Press, 1975. 4to., number 440 of 450 copies, one of 425 quarter bound in Classic vellum (parchment), t.e.g., glassine wrapper; Plomer, H.R. Wynken de Worde & his contemporaries. 1925. 4to., quarter cloth, uncut, couple of library stamps, corners rubbed; Hindley, Charles The History of the Catnach Press. 1866. 8vo, original cloth, dustwrapper; Leicester, S. Practical Studies of Paper Manufacturers. 1933, cloth; Slater, J.H. Book Plates and their value. 1898, 8vo, original cloth; McLean, R. Victorian publishers’ book‑bindings in paper. 1983. 4to., cloth‑backed boards, dustwrapper; Blades, W. The Biography and Typograpy of William Caxton. 1971, 8vo, dustwrapper; Christie’s The Evelyn Library. 1977, 4 volumes, 4to, original boards; Maggs Bros. Bookbinding in the British Isles, catalogue 1075, parts 1 & 2., in original packaging; Toole‑Stott, R. A Bibliography of Books on the Circus in English. 1964, dustwrapper; Toole‑Stott, R. A Bibliography of English Conjuring. 1976, signed by author, dustwrapper; Sotheby’s The Celebrated Library of Harrison D. Horblitt. 2 parts, original cloth; Sotheby’s The Honeyman Collection of Scientific Books and Manuscripts. 1979, parts 1‑7, complete, original wrappers; and c.60 others (quantity)

6 GOTCH, J.A. Architecture of the Renaissance in England. 1893‑94, 6 vol., folio, loose as published in original boards, some plates lacking; Later Renaissance Architecture in England. 1899‑1901. 6 vol., folio, plates 1‑3, 5 , 7‑13, 15, 15*‑25, 27‑53, 55‑57, 59, 61, 63, 65‑68, 70. 70*‑72, 75‑80, 82‑86, 88‑99, &c. ; sold as a collection of plates not subject to return £50‑70 7 LEREBOUR, NOEL PAYMAL A Treatise on Photography. London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1843. 8vo, folding frontispiece, some browning to page edges £400‑600

£300‑400 4 COLOUR THEORY – HAY, DAVID RAMSAY A Nomenclature of Colours applicable to the Arts and Natural Sciences to Manufactures and other purposes of general utility. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1846, 8vo, 40 coloured plates, contemporary brown half morocco £300‑400 5 [DECORATIVE ART] – MODERN ORNAMENT & THE ART OF GRAINING, 2 VOLUMES, COMPRISING Sutherland, W. & W. The Art of Graining & Imitating Woods. 1892. Folio, 20 plates in pocket at end, adhesions to a couple of plates, later cloth; [Rogerson, H. Summerfield] [Modern Ornament]. Decorative Art Journal Co., Manchester, [c.1900]. Folio, 12 plates in pocket at end, later cloth, lacks title (as did the previous copy sold in this room), first leaf torn without loss (2) £300‑400

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8 RUSKIN, JOHN Works. Boston: Estes & Laurait, 1897. Connoisseur edition, 26 volumes, 8vo, number 34 of 50 copies, half crushed red morocco with elaborate gilt tooling to spines, one hinge splitting (26) Provenance: Appleby Castle Library, Appleby Castle, Westmorland £800‑1,000


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ATLASES, MAPS & PRINTS 9 2 MAPS OF GERMANY, INCLUDING DE VAUGONDY, GILLES ROBERT Cercle e Basse Saxe. 1752, 51 x 56cm.; Germania Antiqua. 1756, 49 x 59cm., engraved maps, hand‑coloured in outline, framed and glazed (2) £200‑300 10 2 MAPS OF LUXEMBOURG & LOW COUNTRIES, INCLUDING DE VAUGONDY, GILLES ROBERT Carte du Duché de Luxembourg dans laquelle on trouve la partie Meridionae & Limitrophe. 1753. Engraved map, some hand‑colouring, framed and glazed; Vivien, L. Carte du Royaume des Pays‑Bas. Paris: Menard & Desenne, 1824. Engraved map, hand‑coloured in outline, 42 x 31cm., framed and glazed (2) £150‑250 11 3 MAPS, COMPRISING DU VAL D’ABBEVILLE, F Isles d’Amerique dites Caribes et Antilles et de Barlovento. Paris, chez l’autheur, 1677. Engraved map, hand‑coloured, 36 x 28cm., framed and glaze; Germania Inferior. Engraved map, hand‑coloured, 20 x 26cm., framed and glazed; Moll, Herman Africa, according to ye newest and most exact observations. Engraved map, hand‑coloured in outline, framed and glazed (3)

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£200‑250 12 9 BOTANICAL PRINTS, INCLUDING BESLER, BASIL Clematis coerulea Pannonica, plate 300 from Hortus Eystettensis, 1613, 50 x 41cm, hand‑coloured, framed and glazed; 7 later hand‑coloured botanical prints, including: Rudbeckia purpurea, Rudbeckia Laciniata and Astragalus verus Olia; and a modern reproduction, all framed and glazed (9) £300‑400 13 AFGHANISTAN – ATKINSON, JAMES – HAGHE, LOUIS & CHARLES, LITHOGRAPHERS 6 coloured lithographs from James Atkinson’s Sketches in Afghaunistan [London: Henry Graves and Company, 1842], comprising: [2] Scene on the River Sutledge, [4] The Encampment at Dadur, [5] View of the Mountain Baba‑Naunee, [14]The Third Descent through the Koojah Pass, [20] The Main Street in the Bazaar at Caubul, and [24] The Avenue at Baber’s Tomb, each 25 x 35cm, framed and glazed, trimmed and laid‑down to mounts [Abbey Travel 508] (6)

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£300‑600 14 AMERICAS America Septentrionalis et Meridionalis. [N.p., n.d. but 18th century], engraved area 30 x 44.5cm, hand‑coloured, framed and glazed £200‑400 15 AMERICAS – HOMANN, JOHANN BAPTIST Regni Mexicani seu Novae Hispaniae Ludovicianae, N. Angliae, Carolinae, Virginiae et Pennsylvaniae... Nuremberg: [c.1720], 46 x 56cm (engraved area), hand‑coloured, framed and glazed £200‑300 16 AMERICAS – SEUTTER, MATTHAEUS Novus Orbis sive America Meridionalis et Septentrionalis. Augsburg: [c.1730], 49 x 57cm. (engraved area), hand‑coloured, framed and glazed, some light browning and slight foxing, a couple of small, discreet repairs £350‑550 16

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 7 17 CAMPBELL, LIEUTENANT A New and Correct Map of Scotland, or North Britain. London: Laurie & Whittle, 1794, hand‑coloured in outline, 96 x 124cm, framed and glazed, a few neat repairs, some slight browning £400‑600 18 COLLECTION OF 10 MAPS, INCLUDING SAXTON, C. Barkshyre. [c.1637] and Huntingdon [c.1637], foot of map trimmed; Blome, Richard A Mapp of Hartfordshire, [c.1673], engraved map hand‑coloured in outline; Modern, Robert Essex; Middlesex; Buckinghamshire; Cheshire. Engraved maps, hand‑coloured in outline, with accompanying text from Camden’s Britannia (1722); Cary, J. A map of Surry from the best authorities. Engraved map, hand‑coloured, with accompanying text from Camden’s Britannia (1787); Smith, C. A New Map of the County of Berks. 1804, Corrected to 1808. Hand‑coloured engraved map; Smith, C. A New Map of the County of Cambridge. 1804, corrected to 1808, hand‑coloured engraved map; and 3 small engravings; Domesday Book Or the Great Survey of England. Facsimile of the part relating to Cheshire. 1861. 4to., original cloth gilt (14) Provenance: Appleby Castle Library, Appleby Castle, Westmorland £200‑300 19 CRUCHLEY, G., MAPSELLER Cruchley’s New Plan of London, shewing all the new and intended improvements to the present time. [Slipcase lettered “Cruchley’s New Plan of London, in Miniature, improved to 1828”], engraved map partly hand‑coloured, dissected and backed on linen, 438 x 615mm., slipcase worn £100‑150 20 DARLING, GRACE Original lithographed portrait, pencilled at foot “Grace Darling”, 220 x 130mm. £200‑300 21 DURHAM – GREENWOOD, C. Map of the County Palatine of Durham... London, 1831, hand‑coloured, 61 x 70cm, framed and glazed; [Idem] Map of the County of Northumberland... London, 1831, hand‑coloured, 61 x 62cm, framed and glazed (2) £150‑250 22 ENGRAVED AND COLOURED PLATES, A COLLECTION, INCLUDING 20 engraved plates of Lincolnshire and Yorkshire by S. Buck, c. 1721‑1726; 13 hand‑coloured engraved plates of medieval costume, 18 small engravings of Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, 8 hand‑coloured plates of shells, 5 lithographed plans of The Tennyson Estate, Grimsby, folded; 10 hand‑coloured plates by “Kyd” (J.C. Clark) of figures in Pickwick Papers; folding plan of Durham coalfields, on linen, c.1932 £200‑300

23 ENGRAVINGS AND PRINTS, A LARGE QUANTITY, INCLUDING KUBIN, ALFRED Mein Zwerg, engraving, 33.5 x 21.5cm, signed and titled in pencil; several parts from The Ancient Achitecture of England London, 1795; a collection of plates engraved for The Rev. Dr Southwell’s Family Bible; Ackerman, R. A Selection of Ornaments in Forty Parts... London, [n.d.] Small folio, 2 parts in one volume, 80 plates (including engraved titles), green cloth, worn; and a large quantity of other prints and loose leaves from books, sold not subject to return £200‑250 24 GOULD, JOHN – 8 HAND‑COLOURED ORNITHOLOGICAL LITHOGRAPHS, COMPRISING Rhipidura Rubrofontata, Ramsay. [From The Birds of New Guinea, vol. 2, plate 26]; Pachycephala arctitorquis, Sclater [From the Birds of New Guinea, vol. 3, plate 19]; Trochalopteron Melanostigma, Blyth [From The Birds of Asia, vol. 3, plate 43]; Eurylaimus Ochromelas [From The Birds of Asia, vol. 1, plate 58]; Malurus Alboscapulatis, Meyer [From The Birds of New Guinea, vol. 2, plate 25], Piezorhynchus Axillaris [From the Birds of New Guinea, vol.2, plate 51]; Cuculus Canorus, Linn [From the Birds of Europe, vol. 3, plate 240; Caprimulgus Ruficollis [From Birds of Europe, vol. 2, plate 52], some slight discolouration, framed and glazed, c. 49 x 36cm. (8) £200‑300 25 KNOX, JAMES Map of the Shire of Edinburgh or County of Midlothian, from Actual Survey by James Knox. London: Neele, 1812, hand‑coloured in outline, 150 x 126cm, framed and glazed, some dampstaining, soiling and browning to upper portion of map, a few closed repairs, 4 x 5cm section torn and repaired to right edge £600‑800 26 LETTS, SON & CO. Letts’s Popular Atlas... London, 1883. Folio, 156 maps, original red cloth with decoration in gilt and black, some leaves detaching from text block, slight occasional soiling, covers and spine slightly rubbed and bumped £600‑800 27 LINCOLNSHIRE – GREENWOOD, C. & J. Map of the County of Lincoln from an actual survey, made in the years 1827 & 1828. Greenwood & Co., 1830, engraved map on 2 folding sheets, hand‑coloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, edged with green silk, contemporary calf pull‑off case, slight offsetting, case rubbed £350‑450


8 Lyon & Turnbull 28 LINCOLNSHIRE MAPS – A LARGE COLLECTION INCLUDING SPEED, JOHN The Countie and Citie of Lincolne described. [1610], Double‑page engraved map, 2 copies, coloured and uncoloured, (coloured copy strengthened on verso with slight split, no loss), English text on verso, (414 x 536mm.); Bowen, Emmanuel. An Accurate Map of Lincolnshire.. for R. Sayer, T. & J. Bowles, 1750, (727 x 560mm.); A New Map of the County of Lincoln. London: C. Smith, 1801, (650 x 518mm.); Blaeu, Johannes Lincolnia Comitatus. Anglis Lincoln‑shire. [c.1648 and 1670], 3 copies, hand‑coloured double page maps, one with Dutch text on verso, one with French text on verso, one with no text on verso (641 x 528mm.); Bowen, E. An Accurate map of Lincoln Shire. Printed for T. Kitchin, hand‑coloured in outline, (575 x 460mm.); Cary, J. A Map of Lincolnshire. J. Stockdale, 1805, 2 copies, (580 x 482mm.); Mordern, Robert Lincolnshire. 3 copies, (417 x 490mm.); Ogilby, John The Road from Nottingham to Grimsby, hand‑coloured engraved strip map, (380 x 453mm.); Saxton, C. & W. Kip. Lincolniae Comitatus, [c.1710], uncoloured, (320 x 370mm.); Walker, J. & C. Lincolnshire. Longman [&c.], 1835, hand‑coloured map, 420 x 345mm.); Kitchin, T. Lincolnshire drawn from the best Surveys & Maps, hand‑coloured in outline; and 32 small later maps or road maps relating to Lincolnshire, and 11 miscellaneous later maps

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£600‑900 29 MAPS, INCLUDING MALBY, THOMAS Map of the County Palatine of Durham. [c.1859] Folding map, hand‑coloured, dissected and backed on linen, folding into cloth covers; Shadforth & Dinning. Map of the County of Northumberland. Newcastle, 1847, folding map, hand‑coloured, dissected and backed on linen, morocco slipcase; another copy, 1848, folding map, hand‑coloured, dissected and backed on linen, morocco slipcase (bottom detached); Bowen, Emanuel An Accurate Map of the West Riding of Yorkshire. J. Bowles, [c.1760], folding map, hand‑coloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, slipcase; Smith, C. A New Map of England and Wales. 1804, folding map, hand‑coloured, dissected and backed on linen, slipcase worn; Walker, J. & C. Walker’s Northern Counties, 6 folding maps, hand‑coloured in outline, dissected and backed on linen, cloth slipcase; Bowles & Carver Bowles’s Road Director through England and Wales. Folding map, hand‑coloured, dissected and backed on linen, marbled slipcase; Cruchley, G.F. Cruchley’s Travellers Companion through England and Wales. [c.1860], folding map, dissected and backed on linen; Black, A. & C. Black’s Road & Railway Travelling Map of Scotland. [c.1860], folding map, coloured, dissected and backed on linen; and 1 Walker map of Middlesex (10)

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£150‑200 30 ORKNEY – MACKENZIE, MURDOCH The Orkney Islands Survey’d and Navigated. 1750, map engraved by Emmanuel Bowen, 55 x 81cm., framed and glazed £400‑600 31 ORKNEY – MACKENZIE, MURDOCH The South Isles of Orkney. 1750, map engraved by Emmanuel Bowen, 62 x 68cm., framed and glazed £400‑600

32 PAKISTAN – EDWARDS, WILLIAM – HAGHE, CHARLES, LITHOGRAPHER 8 coloured lithographs from William Edwards’s Sketches in Scinde [London: Graves, 1846], comprising: [2] North West Face, Fort Hyderabad, [4] The Round Tower, Fort Hyderabad, [5] From the Top of the Round Tower, Fort Hyderabad, [6] Main Gateway, Fort Hyderabad, [7] Main Guard and Government House Fort Hyderabad, [8] Entrance to Town of Shewan, [9] Roree on the Indus and [10] Fortress at Deyrah, each 37 x 46.5cm, framed and glazed, trimmed [Abbey Travel 469] (8) £1,500‑2,000

For details of fees payable in addition to the hammer price of each lot, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section of this catalogue on page 2.


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33 33 SPAIN – VISSCHER, NICOLAUS Cataloniae Principatus... Amsterdam, [c.1700?], 52.5 x 62cm, hand‑coloured, a little light foxing, some small closed tears to centre margin £120‑180 34 [TARDIEU, AMBROISE] Atlas de Géographie Ancienne, pour servir a l’intelligence des oeuvres de Rollin, gravé d’après les cartes originales de d’Anville. Paris: Ledoux & Tenré, 1818. 4to, 27 double‑page engraved maps, plans and plates, contemporary calf, worn, covers detached £100‑150 35 THE FORTH RAIL BRIDGE The Forth Bridge, Sir Thomas Bouch... Edinburgh: J. Bartholomew, [1877], coloured lithograph, 78 x 58cm, framed and glazed Note: An unrealised design for the Forth Rail Bridge, by the engineer Thomas Bouch. Bouch designed the Tay Bridge, which collapsed in 1879, killing around 70 people. After the disaster, work was halted on the design shown in the lithograph. £400‑600 36 TWO MAPS OF SCOTLAND, COMPRISING BLAEU, WILLEM Scotia Regnum. [Amsterdam : Willem Blaeu, 1635], 40 x 52cm., hand‑coloured map, French text on verso, framed and glazed, slight discolouration at extreme of margins; de Vaugndy, Gilles Robert Le Royaume d’Ecosse divisé en shires ou comtés. Paris, 1751, engraved map, hand‑coloured in outline, 51 x 59cms., framed and glazed, slight uniform discolouration (2) £250‑350 37 WILLDEY, THOMAS A Map of the King’s Roads, made by his Excellency General Wade in the Highlands of Scotland. London, 1746. Engraved map, hand‑coloured in outline, 47 x 39cm., slightly browned £150‑200

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38 YORKSHIRE – TEESDALE, HENRY AND C. STOCKING Yorkshire, this map of the County constructed from a Survey commenced in 1817, & Corrected in the Years 1827 & 1828. London: Teasdale & Stocking, 1828. Large engraved map on 3 sheets, each sheet 184 x 75cm., dissected and backed on linen, hand‑coloured, edged in green silk, contemporary calf slip‑off case, unusually clean £400‑600


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CHILDREN’S BOOKS

41 KIPLING, RUDYARD The Jungle Book. London: Macmillan and Co., 1894. First edition, first impression with R. & R. Clark listed as the printer with no Ltd. company status, 8vo, frontispiece, original blue cloth gilt, some foxing, hinges a little split, some rubbing to covers, shelf‑lean; [Idem] The Second Jungle Book. London: Macmillan and Co., 1895. First edition, 8vo, original blue cloth gilt, some foxing, lower endpaper detaching, shelf‑lean, slight rubbing; spines faded (2) £500‑600 42 KIPLING, RUDYARD Just So Stories, for little children. London: Macmillan and Co., 1902. First edition, 8vo, 22 plates, original cloth, repairs to plate verso, p.81, p.95 and pp.178‑9 with Selotape, section clipped from front free‑endpaper, some light soiling throughout, small hole to p.27 with slight loss to text, a little fading and wear to covers and spine £200‑300

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43 MILNE, A.A. When we were very Young. London: Methuen, 1924. First edition, second issue (with “ix” printed on relevant page), “presentation copy” stamp on title, illustrations by E. H. Shepard, original blue cloth gilt £300‑500

39 DAHL, ROALD Works [Commemorative Limited Edition]. London: Jonathan Cape and Harper Collins, 1991. 15 volumes, 8vo, number 405 of 500 sets, comprising: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator; Matilda; The BFG; Fantastic Mr Fox; James and the Giant Peach; Danny the Champion of the World; George’s Marvellous Medicine; The Twits; The Witches; The Magic Finger; Esio Trot; The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar; Boy; Going Solo; uniform blue quarter morocco gilt, each in slipcase, contained in original blue presentation box (15) £600‑700 40 KING PENGUINS Volumes 1‑5 and 6‑76 (lacking K6 ‘Shells’), 1939‑1959, 8vo, all first edition apart from: K16 (‘Children as Artists’), K20 (‘English Ballet’) [second edition], K22 (‘Heraldry in England’), K48 (‘A Book of Scripts’), K70 (‘John Gilpin’) & K72 (‘Misericords’); and 33 duplicates, many first editions (108) £100‑150

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 11 44 MILNE, A.A. – 4 VOLUMES, COMPRISING The House at Pooh Corner. 1928, First edition, inscription on title; Now We are Six. 1927. Second edition; Winnie‑the‑Pooh. 1927. Third edition, inscription to verso of endpaper; When we were Very Young. 1925. Tenth edition, dustwrappers rather dust‑soiled and rubbed £300‑400 45 RACKHAM, ARTHUR – J.M. BARRIE Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1906. First edition, 4to., 50 mounted coloured plates, captioned tissue guards, original brown pictorial cloth gilt, Contents leaf frayed, worn, upper joint of spine split £150‑200 46 RACKHAM, ARTHUR – MAGGIE BROWNE Two Old Ladies Two Foolish Fairies and a Tom Cat. London: Cassel & Co., 1897. First edition, 8vo, 4 coloured plates, & illustrations, by Rackham, original pictorial red cloth gilt, slightly spotted, slightly rubbed, hinges weak Note: The first book with colour illustrations by Arthur Rackham. £120‑180 47 ROWLING, J.K. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. London: Bloomsbury, 1998. First edition, first issue (10‑1 on title verso), original cloth, dustwrapper, not price‑clipped, no inscriptions, spine slightly faded £200‑300 48 TOLKIEN, J.R.R. The Hobbit or There and Back Again. London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1937. Second impression, 8vo, 4 coloured plates, original cloth, with “Mother and family. From Sylvia, Christmas 1941” in ink on blank leaf before title, occasional light soiling or spotting, binding worn at edges £1,000‑1,500

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CONTINENTAL BOOKS 49 22 FRENCH VOLUMES, INCLUDING BAILLY, P.F. Vieilles enseignes de Paris en fer forgé. Paris, 1925. Folio, 50 plates, loose in folder; Theocritus Les Idylles. Paris, 1946. 4to., 47 illustrations by Paul Belmondo, loose as published in original wrappers, original folding box; Febure, F. & T. Johnson Album de La Comédie Française. Paris, 1879. Folio, plates, original red morocco‑backed coloured cloth, g.e.; Mac Orlan, Pierre La Couronne de Paris. Union Bibliophile de France, 1947. Oblong folio, number 87 of 150 copies, signed, original green wrappers, original box; Yriarte, C. Florence. Paris, 1881. Folio, plates, illustrations, original morocco‑backed cloth, g.e.; and 16 other French volumes (22) £200‑300 50 ARISTOTLE Historia de Animalibus... Toulouse: Dominique et Pierre Bosc, 1619. Folio, collates: [32], 1248, lacking 24 final unnumbered leaves, later half‑calf, two bookplates, title‑page torn with no loss to engraved area, pp.1245‑1248 holes some loss some browning and light dampstaining throughout £200‑300 51 COTELIER, JEAN BAPTISTE SS Patrum, qui temporibus Apostolicis floruerunt. Amsterdam: R. & G. Wetsten, 1724. 2 volumes, folio, titles printed in red and black, contemporary vellum £100‑150 52 LUTHER, MARTIN Betbuechlin, mit dem Calender und Passional auffs new corrigiert und gemehret. [Wittenberg: Hans Luft], 1545. Small 8vo, title printed in red and black within woodcut border, f. [8] 276[=277] [1]; [Ref. USTC 616190], lacks C5, O7 and E8; [bound with] Ein Sermon Donder. Wittenberg: Hans Luft, 1544, comprising E1‑Q8 (unpaginated); eighteenth century calf, dampstaining, rebacked

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£500‑700 53 MADRID – ANGULO, ANDRES Commentaria ad leges regias meliorationum. Madrid: widow of Alonso Gomez, 1785. 8vo, contemporary vellum, some early underlining and occasional marginal note, bookplates of James Barratt, Lymm Hall, and Charles J. Bewlay, Carleton Hall, occasional light spots £300‑400 54 ROSSI PERUGINO, GIUSEPPI Tantum Ergo, musical manuscript, 6 leaves, 116 x 160mm. £150‑250

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HISTORY & MILITARY 55 [AMERICAN DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE] – ANNUAL REGISTER, A QUANTITY, C. 1770‑1857 (NOT COMPLETE), INCLUDING Annual Register for the Year 1776. London, 1788, Fourth edition, including the American Declaration of Independence, at pp. 261‑270, contemporary half calf bindings, mostly very worn, many covers detached, (quantity, in 5 boxes); sold not subject to return £400‑600 56 [CIVIL LAW] Corups Juris Civilis. Amsterdam: Jan Blaeu, L. & D. Elzevir, 1664‑1663. 2 volumes, 8vo., engraved title in volume 1, contemporary calf, spines gilt, rubbed £100‑150 57 [DALRYMPLE, SIR DAVID] Proposals for Carrying on a Certain Public Work in the City of Edinburgh. [Edinburgh, 1752] 8vo, modern half calf [ESTC T78270, listing 10 copies in UK libraries, and 3 copies elsewhere] £200‑300 58 ELEVEN SCOTTISH LAW BOOKS, INCLUDING The Decisions of the Lords of Council and Session 1678‑1712. Edinburgh, 1759‑61. 2 volumes, folio, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, corners rubbed; Decisions of the Court of Session from the year 1738 to the year 1752. Edinburgh, 1775. Folio, original half calf, uncut, cover detached; Falconer, David. The Decisions of the Court of Session. Edinburgh, 1746. 2 volumes, folio, contemporary calf, worn; Decisions of the Court of Session from MDCXCVIII to MDCCXVIII. Edinburgh, 1758, folio, contemporary half calf, worn; Burrow, Sir James Reports of Cases adjudged in the Court of King’s Bench. 1777‑76. 4 volumes, folio, contemporary calf, morocco labels; Burrow, J. A Series of Decisions of the Court of King’s Bench. 1768. 4to., vol. 1 only, contemporary calf (11) £150‑200 59 JACOBITE HISTORY – HOGG, JAMES The Jacobite Relics of Scotland. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1819. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, half‑titles, red morocco by Riviere, gilt, g.e. £150‑200

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60 JACOBITE HISTORY, 4 VOLUMES, INCLUDING RUVIGNY AND RAINEVAL, MARQUIS OF The Jacobite Peerage. Edinburgh: T.C & E.C. Jack, 1904. 4to., original white buckram gilt, t.e.g., others uncut; Seton, B.G. and J.G. Arnot, editors. The Prisoners of the ‘45, edited from the State Papers. Edinburgh, T. & A. Constable, 1928‑29. 3 volumes, 8vo, original green cloth gilt (4) £150‑200 61 JAMES I AND VI, KING The Workes of the most High and Mighty Prince James.. Kinge of Great Brittaine. London: Robert Barker & John Bill, 1616 [colophon dated 1620]. Folio, [38], 621, engraved portrait frontispiece, additional engraved title by Renold Elstrack, woodcut coat of arms, contemporary calf, neat repair to base of spine, occasional light dampstaining Provenance: Appleby Castle Library, Appleby Castle, Westmorland Note: A reissue of the 1616 edition, with added quires 3C‑3G with colophon: London printed by Robert Barker and Iohn Bill .. Anno M.DC. XX. ESTC: S112082; STC 14344 £800‑1,000 62 LAW AND GENEALOGY, 6 BOOKS, COMPRISING STEWART, JAMES Dirleton’s Doubts and Questions in the Law of Scotland. Edinburgh: James Watson, 1715. Small folio, portrait, some notes, particularly to title‑verso, in a neat hand, contemporary calf, covers worn and detached, spine split [ESTC T135776]; Craig, Thomas Jus Feudale. Edinburgh: Ruddimann, 1732. Small folio, portrait, contemporary calf, tear to pp. 263‑4 with slight loss, endpapers renewed, covers detached, worn [ESTC T144476]; Scots Acts The Laws and Acts of Parliament. Edinburgh, 1682; The Acts made in the First Parliament... Edinburgh, 1683; The Laws and Acts... Edinburgh, 1731; uniform 12mo, later half calf, rubbed, lacking 5 spine labels; Douglas, Sir Robert The Baronage of Scotland. Edinburgh: Bell & Bradfute..., 1798. Folio, half calf, covers detached [ESTC N16328]; sold not subject to return (6)

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14 Lyon & Turnbull 63 MACKENZIE OF ROSEHAUGH, SIR GEORGE An Idea of the Modern Eloquence of the Bar. Edinburgh: Robert Freebairn, 1711. 8vo in fours, contemporary panelled red morocco gilt with floral motifs to spine, some offsetting to later leaves, a little browning and soiling, ownership signature to title‑page verso, covers a little rubbed [ESTC T92410] £450‑550 64 MONTROSE, JAMES, FIRST MARQUIS OF – NAPIER, MARK, EDITOR Memorials of Montrose and his Times. Edinburgh: Maitland Club, 1848‑50. 2 volumes, 4to., 6 plates and 11 facsimiles, brown half morocco, marbled sides, t.e.g. £200‑300 65 SCOTTISH HISTORY – THOMSON, THOMAS, EDITOR A Collection of Inventories and other Records of the Royal Wardrobe and Jewelhouse; and of the Artillery and Munitioun in some of the Royal Castles 1488‑1606. Edinburgh, 1815. 4to., inscribed “The Right Hon.ble W. Elliot from the Editor”, contemporary green morocco gilt, spine gilt, g.e., a trifle rubbed £200‑300 66 SCOTTISH HISTORY, 3 VOLUMES, COMPRISING FORBES‑LEITH, WILLIAM The Scots Men‑at‑arms and Life‑Guards in France. Edinburgh: W. Paterson, 1882. 2 volumes, 4to., number 123 of 267 copies with etchings on Holland Paper, 43 etched plates or illustrations, original blue cloth, very slightly rubbed; Memorial Catalogue Heraldic Exhibition. Edinburgh, 1892. First edition, 4to., number 134 of 250 copies, 118 plates, red half morocco by Fazakerly, spine gilt, t.e.g., upper joint splitting (3) £150‑200 67 SCOTTISH HISTORY, 4 VOLUMES, INCLUDING CARMINA GADELICA, HYMNS AND INCANTATIONS. Edinburgh: for the author, 1900. 2 volumes, 4to, frontispieces, original parchment, t.e.g., others uncut, slightly rubbed; Anderson, A.R., translator Adomnan’s Life of Columba. 1961. 8vo, original cloth; Sinton, Thomas The Poetry of Badenoch. Inverness, 1906. Large 8vo, number 127, original pictorial cloth gilt, t.e.g. (4) £250‑300 68 SLAVERY – EWART, VILLIERS, BROTHERTON, HINDLEY, ETC. A Hand‑Bill Addressed to the Members of the Anti‑Slavery Convention. London: steam press of W.H. Cox, 1843, stamp and address of Mr B. Pease, Darlington, to reverse, 39 x 23.5cm, framed and glazed, folds, a few small tears and repairs, some very light spotting

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LITERATURE 69 ’TWAIN, MARK’ [SAMUEL LONGHORNE CLEMENS] A Tramp Abroad. London, 1880. 8vo, original red cloth; and 2 other copies; A Tramp Abroad. London, 1881. 8vo, original red cloth; The Innocents Abroad. London, 1881. 8vo, original red cloth; The Prince and the Pauper. London, 1882. 8vo, original red cloth; Life on the Mississippi. London, 1883. 8vo, original red cloth; The American Claimant. London, 1892. 8vo, original red cloth; The £1,000,000 Bank‑Note. London, 1893. 8vo, original black cloth; Tom Sawyer Abroad. London, 1894. 8vo, original red cloth; More Tramps Abroad. London, 1897; and 4 others, all works with some wear and fading to covers (15) £200‑250 70 5 WORKS BY ONDAATJE, 6 BY MARTELL, 14 BY AMOZ OZ AND 5 BY MICHAEL FRAYN Ondaatje, Michael. The English Patient. 1992; Handwriting. 1998; Anil’s Ghost. 2000, signed; Divisadero. 2007, signed; The Cat’s Table. 2011; Oz, Amos My Michael. 1972, price‑clipped; Touch the Water, Touch the Wind. 1975; Where the Jackals Howl and other stories. 1980, owner’s name on endpaper; A Perfect Peace. 1985; Fima. 1993; Don’t call it Night. 1995; another copy. 1996, paperback, signed; The Story Begins. 1999; The Same Sea. 2001, signed; A Tale of Love and Darkness. 2004; Rhyming Life and Death. 2009; Suddenly in the Depths of the Forest. 2010; Between Friends. 2013; Soumchi. 2003, paperback; Martell, Yann Life of Pi. 2007, 2 copies, quarter cloth, one signed; Life of Pi. 2002. First edition; another copy. 2002. 8th impression, signed; The Facts behind the Helsinki Roccamatios. 2004, inscribed and signed; Beatrice and Virgil. 2010, signed; Frayn, Michael The Day of the Dog. 1962, wrappers slightly soiled; Headlong. 1999, presentation copy, signed; Celia’s Secret. 2000, presentation copy, signed; Spies. 2002, presentation copy, signed; Matchbox Theatre. 2014, signed, original boards, ‘slipcase’; original cloth, dustwrappers, except where noted (30) £200‑300 71 A COLLECTION OF LITERATURE AND MODERN FIRST EDITIONS, INCLUDING STEVENSON, R.L. Treasure Island. Cassell, 1886, 13th thousand, First Illustrated edition, pictorial title, map, and 24 plates, original red pictorial cloth; Hardy, Thomas The Dynasts. 1903. Part 1 only, later cloth (one of c.100 copies with the 1903 dated title‑page); Le Carré, J. Smiley’s People. 1980, dustwrapper frayed; Small Town in Germany. 1968, library labels removed from front endpapers; The Russia House. 1989; The Tailor of Panama. 1996; The Secret Pilgrim. 1991; The Night Manager. 1993; The Single and Single. 1999; Guterson, D. Snow Falling on Cedars. New York, 1994; Wright, Peter Spycatcher. Heinemann Australia, 1987, owner’s inscription on endpaper; another copy, 1987 (but printed in Dublin); McEwan, I. Saturday. 2005; Amsterdam. 1998; Amis, M. Yellow Dog 2003; Collins, S. The Hunger Games. New York, 2008; Durrell, G. Birds, Beasts and Relatives. 1969, dustwrapper somewhat soiled; Durrell, G. My family and other animals. Hart‑Davis & The Book Society, 1956, dustwrapper worn, and 6 others (24) £150‑250

72 ANGELA CARTER, JEANETTE WINTERSON & MARGARET ATWOOD, 35 BOOKS, COMPRISING Carter, Angela Black Venus’s Tale. 1980, original boards; Nights at the Circus. 1984; Black Venus. 1985, 2 copies; Wise Children. 1991; The Virago Book of Fairy Tales. 1990; The Second Virago Book of Fairy Tales. 1992; Expletives Deleted. 1992; American Ghosts & Old World Wonders. 1993; Burning your Boats. 1995; The Curious Room. 1996; Sea‑Cat and Dragon King. 2000; Book of Fairy Tales. 2005; Martin Leman’s Comic & Curious Cats. 1979, original boards; another edition. 1988; Rude Ramsay and the Roaring Radishes. 2003, presentation copy; Bashful Bob and Doleful Dorinda. 2006, presentation copy, without dustwrapper; The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories. 2012, (Introduction by Marina Warner), signed by Marina Warner, cloth‑backed boards, slipcase; Unicorn. 2015; The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault, translated by Angela Carter, 1977; Atwood, Margaret The Journals of Susanna Moodie. Toronto, 1970, signed, paperback; The Handmaid’s Tale. 1986, publication date sticker on dustwrapper; The Journals of Susanna Moodie. 1997, signed, cloth‑backed boards, slipcase; The Penelopiad. 2005, signed on title; The Tent. 2006, signed; Winterson, Jeanette Oranges are not the only fruit. 1991, presentation copy, signed; Written on the Body. 1992, signed; Arts and Lies. 1994, signed; Guy Symmetries. 1997; The World and other Places. 1998; The.Powerbook. 2000; Lighthousekeeping. 2004, signed; Weight. 2005, presentation copy, signed; Tanglewreck. 2006, signed; The Lion and the Unicorn and Me. 2009, cloth‑backed boards; Sexing the Cherry. 1989; Armstrong, K. A Short History of Myth. 2005, title signed; all original cloth, dustwrappers, except where noted (35) £250‑300 73 BRONTË, CHARLOTTE, EMILY & ANNE [Novels, comprising:] Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villette, The Professor, Wuthering Heights, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall & Agnes Grey. Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press/Blackwell, 1931. 11 volumes (of 17), 1000 copies produced, original orange cloth, bookplates of Frank Austin Ellis Ashwell (11) £200‑300 74 BURNS, ROBERT The Poetical Works. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, [n.d. but between 1807 & 1816] 12mo, engraved frontispiece, engraved title‑page, collates: xii, 331, [1], contemporary half calf, a few small tears to some leaves, some foxing, covers rubbed Note: An unusual copy of Burns’s works, no matching copy found on Copac. £200‑300 75 CHURCHILL, SIR WINSTON SPENCER Liberalism and the Social Problem. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1909. First edition, 8vo, original maroon cloth, faint stamp on p.vii, upper hinge weak, marginal tear p. 19, slightly spotted, library label removed from final endpaper, binding a bit rubbed £200‑300 76 COETZEE, J.M. Foe. London: Secker & Warburg, 1986. First edition, signed on title page, original cloth, dustwrapper £150‑200


16 Lyon & Turnbull 77 COETZEE, J.M., A COLLECTION OF 21 BOOKS, COMPRISING Life and Times of Michael K. 1983; Age of Iron. 1990; The Master of Petersburg. 1994; Boyhood. 1997, 2 copies; Disgrace. 1999; The Lives of Animals. 2001, paperback; Youth. 2002; Elizabeth Costello. 2003, 2 copies; Slow Down. 2005; Slow Man. 2005, signed; Diary of a Bad Year. 2007; Summertime. 2009; Disgrace. 2010, limited to 2500 copies; Scenes from Provincial Life. 2011; The Childhood of Jesus. 2013, 2 copies, First American edition signed & with slipcase; Hero and Now. 2013, original boards; The good story. 2015; The Schooldays of Jesus. 2016; all original cloth, dustwrappers except where noted (21) £300‑400 78 DANTE ALIGHIERI – HENRY BOYD A Translation of the Inferno of Dante Alighieri in English Verse... London: Printed by C. Dilly, 1785. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf neatly rebacked with modern spines, endpapers renewed, some adhesion between N6 & N7 in volume 1 [ESTC T127831] (2) Note: The ESTC records 9 copies in libraries in the British Isles and 8 copies in North American libraries. An unusual edition of the work, this is a re‑issue of the Dublin edition of the same year (estc.bl.uk).

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£300‑400 79 FITZGERALD, EDWARD, TRANSLATOR – OMAR KHAYYAM Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam... reproduced from a manuscript written and illuminated by F. Sangorski & G. Sutcliffe. London: Siegle Hill & Co., [1911]. 4to, number 461 of 550 copies signed by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, 12 leaves of plates, original vellum gilt with peacock motif and green morocco gilt label to spine, some soiling to plate margins, small repair to upper part of spine, slight soiling and minor bowing to covers, slipcase £300‑500 80 GOODSIR SMITH, SYDNEY, A COLLECTION OF POETRY Skail Wind. Edinburgh: The Chalmers Press, 1941. First edition, 8vo, original boards; and a second edition copy; Carotid Cornucopius. The Caledonian Press, 1947. First edition, 8vo, original boards with wrappers; Another copy, signed, dated 1964, with dust‑jacket; The Wanderer... Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd Ltd, 1943. 8vo, original yellow wrappers; The Deevil’s Waltz. William MacLellan, 1946. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket; So Late into the Night. London: Peter Russell, 1952. 8vo, out‑of‑series [press] copy, one of 500, inscribed and initialled by Sidney Goodsir Smith to limitation page, chipped blue wrappers, biro scribbles; Figs and Thistles. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1959. 8vo, number 26 of 100 copies signed by the author; Orpheus and Eurydice. Edinburgh: M. MacDonald, 1955. 8vo, number 12 of 50 signed copies with hand‑coloured frontispieces, original wrappers; Fifteen Poems and a Play. Edinburgh: Southside, 1969. 8vo, signed, dust‑jacket; and 26 others (36) £200‑300 81 GRAY, ALASDAIR Lanark. Edinburgh: Canongate Publishing, 1985. 8vo, dust‑jacket, free‑endpaper signed by Gray, numbered 959/1000; Unlikely Stories, Mostly. Edinburgh: Canongate, 1983. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket; The Fall of Kevin Walker. Edinburgh: Canongate Publishing, 1985. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket; Saltire Self Portraits 4. The Saltire Society, 1988. 8vo, original wrappers, signed; Old Negatives... London: Jonathan Cape, 1989. 8vo, dust‑jacket, signed to free‑endpaper, numbered 27/500; Something Leather. London: Jonathan Cape, 1990. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket; Poor Things. London: Bloomsbury, 1992. First edition, first impression, 8vo, dust‑jacket; A History Maker. Edinburgh: Canongate Press, 1994. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket; Mavis Belfrage. London: Bloomsbury, 1996. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket; Print dated 26/11/1983, signed in pencil and rolled in a tube; and 11 others (21)

82 LAMB, CHARLES The Life, Letters and Writings of Charles Lamb. London, 1895, The Temple Edition, 8vo, 6 volumes, edited by Percy Fitzgerald, portrait frontispiece to each volume, contemporary half morocco gilt, backstrips faded (6) Provenance: Bookplate of Robert Ballantyne in each volume. £80‑120 83 MCEWAN, IAN Atonement. London: J. Cape, 2001. First edition, 8vo, signed on title page, original cloth, dustwrapper £150‑200 84 MCEWAN, IAN, 11 VOLUMES, COMPRISING The Innocent. 1990; Black Dogs. 1992, signed; The Daydreamer. 1994, 2 copies, one signed; Atonement. 2001, signed; Saturday. 2005, 2 copies, both signed; On Chesil Beach. 2007, signed, slipcase; Solar. 2010; Sweet Tooth. 2012; The Children Act. 2014; original cloth, dustwrappers except for Chesil Beach (in slipcase) (11) £200‑300

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85 85 MORGAN, EDWIN, A LARGE COLLECTION, INCLUDING The Apple‑Tree. Glasgow: Third Eye Centre, 1982. 8vo, number 22 of 25 copies signed by the authors, dust‑jacket; Platen: Selected Poems. West Linton: The Castlelaw Press, 1978. 8vo, number 15 of 150 copies, signed; Poems from Eugenio Montale. University of Reading, 1959. 8vo, number 30 of 150 copies, original wrappers; Star Gate. Glasgow: Third Eye Centre, 1979. 8vo, original wrappers, signed (no. 15 of 50 signed copies); Instamatic Poems. London: Ian McKelvie, 1972. First edition, square 8vo, number 20 of 25 signed copies, two dust‑jackets; The Second Life. Edinburgh University Press, 1968. 8vo, original pictorial boards; Beowulf. Adlington: The Hand and Flower Press, 1952. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket; Twelve Songs. West Linton: The Castlelaw Press, 1970. 8vo, original wrappers; Glasgow Sonnets. West Linton: The Castlelaw Press, 1972. 8vo, original wrappers; The Whittrick, a poem in eight dialogues. Preston: Akros Publications, 1973; Futura 20, 1967. Printed on one folded leaf; Konkrete Poesie Poesia Concreta. Frauenfeld: Eugen Gomringer, 1965. 8vo, original wrappers; The Horseman’s Word. Preson: Akros, [n.d.] First edition, 8vo, original wrappers; Morgan, Edwin, translator – John Byrne, illustrator Fragments, by Atilla Jósef. Edinburgh: Morning Star, [n.d.] 8vo, original blue wrappers, number 269 of 300 signed by John Byrne; Subway Cat, Glasgow Poster Poems 2, Glasgow: National Book League, 1983, framed poster; and 51 others (66) £400‑600

86 MURDOCH, IRIS, 15 INSCRIBED AND/OR SIGNED FIRST EDITIONS, 8 OTHER FIRST EDITIONS The Flight from the Enchanter. 1956. First edition, inscribed “Penelope & Ralph with best wishes from Iris” on endpaper (also with name F. Clarke, Apr. 1956), title‑page signed, dustwrapper repaired on verso with sellotape & consequential discolouration; The Bell. 1958, First edition, dustwrapper spotted at edge, one small closed tear; A Severed Head. 1961. First edition, inscribed “Ralph & Penelope love from Iris” on endpaper, title‑page signed, dustwrapper a little soiled and very slightly rubbed; An Unofficial Rose. London: Chatto & Windus, 1962, First edition, inscribed on endpaper “Penelope & Ralph, with my best wishes & my love, Iris”, signed on title page, dust‑jacket slightly discoloured, slightly rubbed; The Unicorn. 1963. First edition, inscribed on endpaper, signed on the title page, dustwrapper lightly soiled, a few closed tears; The Italian Girl. 1964. First edition, dust‑jacket slightly rubbed, slightly marked; The Tale of the Angels.1966. First edition, dust‑jacket torn without loss; The Nice and the Good. 1968, dustwrapper; Bruno’s Dream. 1969. First edition, inscribed “Penelope & Ralph with my Love, Iris” on endpaper, title‑page signed, dust‑jacket a trifle rubbed, small tear at corner; another copy. 1969. First edition, inscribed “Penelope, Ralph from Iris, all love” and signed on title, spine of dustwrapper worn with loss & slightly soiled; A Fairly Honourable Defeat. 1970, dustwrapper; An Accidental Man. 1971. First edition, inscribed “Penelope & Ralph with love Iris” on endpaper, title‑page signed and with Worcester City Libraries stamp, dustwrapper slightly faded, slightly rubbed; The Black Prince. 1973. First edition, dustwrapper; A Word Child. 1975. First edition, inscribed “For Penelope and Ralph, with my best wishes and love, from Iris” on endpaper, signed on title page, dustwrapper; Henry and Cato. 1976, inscribed “Penelope & Ralph love from Iris” on endpaper, title‑page signed, dustwrapper; The fire & the sun. 1977. First edition, inscribed “For Penelope and Ralph with love from Iris, Sept. 1977”, and signed on title page, The Sea, the Sea. 1978, inscribed on title page “For Penelope, Ralph, far from the sea at Steeple Aston with love Iris, 1979”, and signed, dust‑jacket; Nuns and Soldiers. 1980. First edition, inscribed on endpaper “For Penelope and Ralph, with love from Iris, August 1980”; The Philosopher’s Pupil.1983. First edition, inscribed on endpaper “For Penelope and Ralph with much love from Iris”, signed on the title page, dustwrapper; The Good Apprentice. 1985, dustwrapper, inscribed on front endpaper; Acostos. 1986, inscribed “For Ralph and Amoret with love from Iris”; The Book and the Brotherhood. 1987, dustwrapper; The Message to the Planet. 1989, First edition, dustwrapper; and a paperback edition of The Sovereignty of Good, and a reprint of The Red and the Green (both unsigned) (23) Note: The inscribed copies were gifts from the authoress to Penelope Tanner (Dell), a poet, artist and biographer of Ethel M. Dell and Dr. Ralph Tanner, a social anthropologist who was Evelyn Waugh’s batman in 1942 and appears in the latter’s diaries. The Tanners were close friends and neighbours of Iris and John Bayley in Oxfordshire. £700‑1,000

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18 Lyon & Turnbull 87 MURDOCH, IRIS, 40 SIGNED LETTERS AND 37 SIGNED POSTCARDS, FROM IRIS MURDOCH, IRIS MURDOCH & JOHN BAYLEY, OR JOHN BAYLEY to Penelope and Ralph Tanner, largely relating to social and personal life but occasionally touching on philosophy “it’s not too late to read Plato, much of the stuff is so beautiful. I think I agree with you about God – I cannot credit a personal God. But there is something about the reality & imagination of God which is true... I am a bit of a Manichee! I certainly can’t think of religion as just an old superstition as many people I know do! & Eastern forms of religion are wiser than Christianity in many ways I feel”, letters undated but c. 1978 – 1989, many from Cedar Lodge, most letters 1 or 2 pages, many with envelopes Note: The letters are addressed to Penelope Tanner (Dell), a poet, artist and biographer of Ethel M. Dell and Dr. Ralph Tanner, a social anthropologist who was Evelyn Waugh’s batman in 1942 and appears in the latter’s diaries. The Tanners were close friends and neighbours of Iris and John Bayley in Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire. £250‑350 88 NEWCASTLE CHAP BOOKS, COLLECTION OF 21 CHAPBOOKS ALL PUBLISHED BY W. AND T. FORDYCE, INCLUDING History of the Earl of Derwentwater; History of the Lambton Worm; History of James Allan, the celebrated Northumberland Piper; No. 1‑5 The Newcastle Songster; Remarkable & Memorable History of Sir Robt. Bewick; The Long Pack; History of Tynemouth; Jemmy & Nancy or Yarmouth; The Factor’s Garland, a pathetic history; The Singular Life and Adventures, and Depredations of David Haggart, the Murderer; History of Stoney Bowes; History of Carlisle.. Gretna Green Excursions; A Full Account of the Dreadful Explosion of Wallsend Colliery; The Witty and Entertaining Exploits of George Buchanan; The Great Fight at Gateshead; The Hermit of Warkworth; History of Prince Charles, bookplates of J. Cresswell & others, 19th century maroon half morocco gilt

90 PEPYS, SAMUEL, A COLLECTION OF 18 VOLUMES, COMPRISING The Diary. 1970. 11 volumes, 8vo, dust‑jackets, bookplate of R. & J. Holdsworth, [Idem] Private Correspondence. 1926‑29, 3 volumes, The Letters of Samuel Pepys and his family circle. 1955, dust‑jacket; Sotheby’s Catalogue of the Well‑Known Collection of Relics of Samuel Pepys. 1931, 8vo, wrappers; Smith, N.A. Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College Cambridge. 1978, 4to., dust‑jacket; Chappell, E. Shorthand Letters of Samuel Pepys. 1933 (18) £180‑220 91 POE, EDGAR ALLAN The Works... New York: Redfield, 1856. 4 volumes, 8vo, portrait, modern half morocco, foxing £400‑600 92 RUSHDIE, SALMAN, 6 VOLUMES, COMPRISING The Satanic Verses. 1988, signed on title, dustwrapper, price clipped; In Good Faith. Granta, 1990, original wrappers; East West. 1994, dustwrapper; The Moor’s Last Sigh. 1995. Number 442 of 2500 copies, signed on title, lacks dustwrapper; Haroun and the Sea of Stories. 1999, presentation copy signed on title, dustwrapper; Midnight’s Children. 2009, signed on title, slipcase, original cloth unless stated otherwise (6) £200‑300 93 SCOTT, SIR WALTER The Waverley Novels. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1886‑1887. 24 volumes, 8vo, contemporary gilt tooled red morocco by Bicker & Son, London, a little light rubbing to spines, a few small scuffs to covers (24) £300‑400

£200‑250 89 ONDAATJE, MICHAEL The English Patient. London: Bloomsbury, 1992. First edition, signed on title page, dustwrapper slightly rubbed at extremities £150‑250

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 19 94 SCOTT, SIR WALTER Waverley Novels, Centenary Edition. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1889‑1891. 25 volumes, 8vo; [Idem] Tales of a Grandfather. London, 1892. 2 volumes; [Idem] Poetical Works. London, 1891. 2 volumes; Lockhart, J.G. Life of Sir Walter Scott. London, 1892. 2 volumes; uniformly bound in black half calf with elaborate gilt foliate tooling, some rubbing (31) £150‑200 95 SCOTT, SIR WALTER Waverley Novels, 1829‑33, 38 (of 48) volumes, 8vo, red half morocco, slightly rubbed; and a quantity of leather bound books including Voltaire; sold not subject to return (quantity) £600‑700 96 SCOTT, SIR WALTER, AND OTHER SCOTTISH LITERARY FIGURES, INCLUDING Sharpe, Charles Kirpatrick, editor & Thomas, Earl of Kelly Minuets & Co. Edinburgh, 1836. 8vo, inscribed from the editor to his aunt; [Idem] Etchings by Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe. Edinburgh, 1869. 4to, original cloth gilt; Scott, Sir Walter Miscellaneous Prose Works. Edinburgh: Robert Cadell, 1834. Volumes 1‑24 & 27 only, 8vo, contemporary cloth; Lockhart, J.G. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh, 1837‑8. 7 volumes, 8vo, contemporary cloth; [Idem] Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott… Edinburgh: Robert Cadell, 1848. 10 volumes, 8vo, original green cloth; Campbell, Alexander – Sir Walter Scott Albyn’s Anthology or A Select Collection of the Melodies and Local Poetry Peculiar to Scotland and the Isles. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1816. 2 volumes, folio, red cloth gilt; Home, John Douglas, a Tragedy. Edinburgh, 1798. 8vo, later boards; and 10 others, sold not subject to return (57) £150‑200 97 SCOTTISH POETRY, A COLLECTION INCLUDING [SUTHERLAND], ROBERT GARIOCH Typed poem, Sairve Him Richt!, 25.5 x 20cm, signed Robert Garioch, with letter to verso: Dear Evelyn Phaup, Maybe this will do. Wrote it about a week ago. Yours sincerely, Robert Garioch, accompanied by a small glossary of Scots words with their English translations; Scott, Tom Mir Poets, Nineteen. Dorset: Words Press, 1988. 8vo, number 74 of 75 signed copies; [Idem] The Ship and Ither Poems. London: Oxford University Press, 1963. 8vo, dust‑jacket; Mackay Brown, George The Hooded Fisherman. The Trumpet Press, 1985. 12mo, number 193 of 205 copies, original purple wrappers; MacDiarmid, Hugh [Grieve, Christopher Murray] Hugh MacDiarmid, a Festschrist. Edinburgh: K.D.Duval, 1962. 8vo, dust‑jacket; and 17 other items (22) Note: Robert Garioch’s poem appears on p.212 of Robert Garioch, Complete Poetical Works, published in Edinburgh, 1983, with a few minor changes. £200‑300 98 SEBALD, W.G., A COLLECTION OF 8 VOLUMES, COMPRISING Austerlitz. 2001, uncorrected proof copy, original boards; Austerlitz. 2001, 2 copies; The Rings of the Saturn. 1998, paperback; Vertigo. 1999, paperback; On the Natural History of Destruction. 2003; Unrecounted. 2005, paperback; A Place in the Country. 2013; all hardbacks with dustwrappers unless noted £200‑300

99 SMITH, DODIE The Hundred and One Dalmatians. London: Heinemann, 1956. First edition, 8vo, illustrated by Janet and Anne Grahame‑Johnstone, original blue cloth gilt, dustwrapper, wrapper chipped at edges, large yellow stain to backstrip, fading to edges of lower corner, 3cm tear to upper cover, not price clipped, interior clean £100‑200 100 SPENSER, EDMUND The Works of that Famous English Poet, Mr Edmond Spenser. London: H. Hills for Jonathan Edwin, 1679. Folio, [10], 339, [3]‑18, [8], 1‑2, 10‑11, 9‑258, 369‑391, [3], title printed in red and black, engraved frontispiece, later speckled calf by T. Aitkin, g.e., neatly rebacked, lacking separate title page to Mother Hubberd, [ESTC R7177] Note: STC R7177 suggests that two pages are lacking between pages 258 and 369, although the catchword on 258 indicates that no leaf is called for, and the last copy sold in these rooms had no leaf here. £300‑400 101 STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS, AND JOSEPH CONRAD – TWO SETS Stevenson, R.L. The Works. London, 1922. Swanston edition, 25 volumes, 8vo., number 2034 of 2060 copies, plates, orignal red cloth, t.e.g., slightly spotted, spines lightly faded, odd mark to cloth; Conrad, Joseph The Works. Edinburgh: J. Grant, 1925. 19 (of 20) volumes, frontispieces, original blue cloth gilt, occasional spotting; and 9 later edition Conrad volumes (53) £150‑250 102 STEWART, PAUL & RIDDELL, CHRIS – THE EDGE CHRONICLES, COMPRISING Beyond the Deepwoods. 1998; Stormchaser. 1999; Midnight over Santaphrax. 2000; The Curse of the Gloamglozer. 2001; The Last of the Sky Pirates. 2002; Vox. 2003; Freeglader. 2004; The Winter Knights. 2005; Clash of the Sky Galleons. 2006; The Last of the Barkscrolls. 2007; The Immortals. 2009; The Nameless One. 2014; Fergus Crane. 2004, all signed by both authors, original cloth, dustwrappers £300‑500 103 [§] GOODSIR SMITH, SYDNEY, 2 ORIGINAL ARTWORKS Ullapool, ink and watercolour sketch, signed SGS 56, 26 x 36cm, laid‑down onto board; Self? Portrait, pencil on paper, signed Sydney Goodsir Smith, 37 x 28cm, with another sketch to reverse (2) £200‑300


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AN IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF WORKS BY MURIEL SPARK, LOTS 104-117 for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Spark (Camberg) was a gifted student, even winning a poetry competition commemorating the centenary of the death of Sir Walter Scott, with her poem Out of a Book, 1933 [SEE LOT 104]. Following a short period working as an English teacher and then as a secretary at an Edinburgh department store, the young Muriel Spark emigrated to Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), marrying Sidney Oswald Spark in 1937. Samuel Robin Spark was born in 1938; however the Sparks’ marriage was not a happy one and broke up in the early 1940s, with Muriel Spark returning to the United Kingdom in 1944. For the latter part of the Second World War, Muriel Spark worked for MI6, only beginning to write seriously following the end of the conflict. She began her first novel, The Comforters, in 1954 [SEE LOT 107]. The work was published in 1957 to great acclaim, including a very positive review by Evelyn Waugh. Spark completed four further novels before the publication of her best known work, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, in 1961 [SEE LOT 112]. During this time, Spark was living in London, whilst her son was resident with her parents in Edinburgh. Many of the books included in the collection have been inscribed to Robin from his mother, whilst other works are inscribed to “Mother & Dad”. During the 1960s, Spark relocated to New York, before moving to Rome in 1967 and then up to Tuscany in 1979. Her final novel to be completed, The Finishing School, was published in 2004, with a poetry compendium, All the Poems, published soon after. Muriel Spark passed away in 2006, her literary output spanning over 70 years, including 22 published novels.

The following fourteen lots comprise a very personal collection of books, and other items, relating to Muriel Spark, having been in the possession of her son, Robin. Muriel Spark, née Camberg, was born in Edinburgh in 1918, attending the city’s James Gillespie’s High School for Girls. Her time at the school is often cited as being an inspiration

Muriel Spark’s great contribution to literature has been widely recognised, and she was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire in 1993. Her obituary in the Guardian newspaper on 17th April 2006 wrote that Spark has a “place in the most hallowed annals of Scottish and English literature…” The collection here, with inscriptions from ‘Mum’ and ‘Mummy’, shows another aspect of Muriel Spark’s life: as a mother and daughter, sharing her work with her family.

Muriel Spark (Camberg) with her class at James Gillespie’s High School for Girls

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 21 106 SPARK, MURIEL Child of Light. A Reassessment of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Hadleigh: Tower Bridge Publications Limited, 1951. First edition, 8vo, inscribed by Spark to title‑page: With much love to Mother, Dad and Robin from Muriel 22.10.51 with printed name crossed through, orange cloth, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with some dust‑soiling and slight bumping Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin £500‑700 107 SPARK, MURIEL The Comforters. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1957. First edition, 8vo, inscribed by Spark to front free‑endpaper: Robin with love from Mummy Feb. 1957 and signed Muriel Spark to title‑page, with printed name crossed through, original blue cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with some dust‑soiling and torn to upper part of spine Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin Note: Muriel Spark’s first novel. £300‑500

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104 SPARK, MURIEL – CAMBERG (SPARK), MURIEL Out of a Book. Leith: Millar & Burden Ltd., [1933]. Printed on one side of a leaf, 22 x 14cm Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin Note: This poem was written by Muriel Spark (then Camberg) at the age of 15, as part of a competition to commemorate the centenary of the death of Sir Walter Scott. Muriel won the competition, with the trophy presented by the Heather Club, and the poem was subsequently printed and sold for one penny per sheet, the proceeds of the sale going towards the Children’s Shelter on Edinburgh’s High Street. A copy of a press photograph showing Muriel being crowned ‘the Queen of Poetry’ at school accompanies the poem. £600‑700 105 SPARK, MURIEL – CAMBERG (SPARK), MURIEL Out of a Book. Leith: Millar & Burden Ltd., [1933]. Printed on one side of a leaf, 22 x 14cm, some creases and a little soiling; and another half sheet with the poem Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin £400‑600

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108 SPARK, MURIEL The Comforters. London: Macmillan and Co Ltd, 1957. First edition, 8vo, inscribed by Spark to front free‑endpaper: Robin’s book love from Mum June 1977 (20 years later), original blue cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with some dust‑soiling and a couple of very small chips and tears Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin

109 SPARK, MURIEL Robinson, a Novel. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1958. First edition, 8vo, inscribed by Spark to front free‑endpaper: To dear Mum & Dad with fondest love from Muriel. June. ‘58 and signed Muriel Spark to title‑page, with printed name crossed through, original green cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with some dust‑soiling, tears and repairs Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin

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110 110 SPARK, MURIEL The Go‑Away Bird, with Other Stories. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1958. First edition, 8vo, inscribed by Spark to front free‑endpaper: Lots of love to dear Dad & Mum from Muriel original red cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with some soiling and light wear Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin £150‑200

111 111 SPARK, MURIEL The Ballad of Peckham Rye. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1960. First edition, 8vo, inscribed by Spark to front free‑endpaper: Robin darling – This is your book – with love from Mummy and signed Muriel Spark to title‑page, with printed name crossed through, original light blue cloth, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with some dust‑soiling and rubbing Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin £150‑200

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 23 114 SPARK, MURIEL The Very Fine Clock. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1968. First edition, oblong 8vo, inscribed by Spark to an initial leaf: Love to Very Fine Robin from his Mum. xxx Edinburgh 16th October 1968, original orange cloth, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with a few small tears Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin £150‑200 115 SPARK, MURIEL – A COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS 5 photographs, between 8.5 x 6cm and 13.5 x 8.5cm showing Muriel Spark as a young woman; 4 professional portraits of Muriel Spark, between 12 x 9.5cm and 13 x 18cm, each inscribed [to Robin Spark] Love [from] Mum; a class photograph, showing Muriel Spark as a teenage girl, at ames Gillespie’s School for Girls; a birthday card from Muriel to Robin Spark Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin £200‑300 112 112 SPARK, MURIEL The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1961. First edition, 8vo, inscribed by Spark to front free‑endpaper: To Robin, Love & wonkies[?] Mummy xxx, original green cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price clipped but a little soiled and bumped Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin Note: Probably Muriel Spark’s best known, and most widely read, novel. The eponymous heroine is said to have been partly based on Christina Kay, one of Spark’s schoolteachers at James Gillespie’s School for Girls in Edinburgh. A photograph of Muriel Spark’s school year can be found in lot 115.

116 SPARK, MURIEL – 4 EARLY WORKS, INSCRIBED Memento Mori, 1959. Inscribed “Best love to Mum & Dad from Muriel”, dust‑jacket chipped, rubbed and soiled; [Idem] The Girls of Slender Means, 1963. First edition, dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Robin, fondest love, Mummy”; [Idem] Doctors of Philosophy, a play, 1963. dust‑jacket, inscribed: “To Robin love Mummy June ‘63”; Poetry Awards, 1949, inscribed: “For Miss Moffat from the least of the contributors, with love Christmas 1949” Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin £300‑400

£300‑500 113 SPARK, MURIEL – A SMALL WOODEN TABLE said to be the table at which Muriel Spark wrote the Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, 65 x 47 x 67cm Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin Note: Spark is thought to have come to her parents’ home in Edinburgh for 6 weeks to work on The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie at this small table. £300‑400

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117 SPARK, MURIEL – A COLLECTION OF BOOKS, MOSTLY INSCRIBED FROM MURIEL TO ROBIN SPARK, COMPRISING Spark, Muriel The Public Image, 1968. First edition, dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Robin love from Mummy xxxxxxxxx”; [Idem] The Mandelbaum Gate, 1965. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Darling Rob – love from Mum, Dec – 1965”; [Idem] Memento Mori, 1992. Tanslated ino Hebrew by Sheffi Paz, with a note to the endpaper: “Dearest Rob – I bet you can’t read this book from cover to cover! Fondest love xxx Mum”; [Idem]”Not to Disturb”, 1971 (NY) red half calf gilt, inscribed: “For Robin, With fondest ever love, from Mummy, 1974; [Idem] John Masefield, 1953. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “For Robin, on his birthday, 1953, with love from his Mummy”, also signed to title‑page, dust‑jacket soiled and chipped; Brontë, Emily Selected Poems, edited by Muriel Spark, 1952, inscribed: “Love to Robin, from his Mummy, 3rd Oct 1952”, dust‑jacket; Spark, Muriel The Seraph and the Zambesi, 1960, “this special edition of The Seraph and the Zambesi is privately printed and sent to the friends of the J.B. Lippincott Company, with greetings of the season”, inscribed: “Robin, New Year 1961, Much love from Mummy”, original printed wrappers; Maclean, A.D., editor Winter’s Tales (Spark a contributor), 1960. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “To Rob, love fom Mummy, New Year 1961” with a person in hat doodle; Spark, Muriel and Derek Stanford Emily Brontë, 1953. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “For Robin, with love from his Mummy & from his friend, Derek”, 1953; Spark, Muriel The Bachelors, 1960. Dust‑jacket a little chipped and rubbed, inscribed: “Robin – heaps of ove, from Mummy, October 1960”, signed to title; [Idem] The Takeover, 1976. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “For

Robin, all loving wishes, from Mum, xxx, 1977”; Spark, Muriel and Derek Stanford My Best Mary, 1953. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “To Mother, Dad & Robin, With love from Muriel, 24.3.53”; Stanford, Derek Inside the Forties, 1977. Dust‑jacket repaired and price‑clipped; Spark, Muriel The Brontë Letters, 1954, inscribed: “To dearest Robin with love from Mummy 21‑4‑54”, dust‑jacket; [Idem] The Hothouse by the East River, 1973. Inscribed “Rob love Mummy xxx”, dust‑jacket; [Idem] Not to Disturb, 1971. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Robin, fondest love, Mum xxx”; [Idem] Collected Poems I, 1967. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Robin love from Mummy xxx”; [Idem] Collected Poems I, 1967. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Robin fondest fondest love from Mummy Rome Jun. 68”; [Idem] Collected Stories I, 1967. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Robin, love from Mummy xxxxxx”; [Idem] Collected Stories I, 1967. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Love to Robin from Mummy – Muriel Rome Jun. ‘68”; Spark, Muriel & Derek Stanford Letters of John Henry Newman. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “For Robin Spark (to whom this book is dedicated – see verso page 9) With all love from the editors – love to Rob – Mummy & Derek 15 June 1957”; [Idem] The Abbess of Crewe, 1974. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Robin fondest love xxx Mummy”; The Observer Prize Stories: The Seraph and the Zambesi and twenty others, 1952. Dust‑jacket.; [Idem] The Driver’s Seat, 1970. Dust‑jacket, inscribed: “Robin, love from, Mum xxx”; [Idem] Curriculum Vitae, Autobiography; and 38 other books, including copies of The Poetry Review Provenance: From the estate of the Late Mr Samuel H. L. Spark, known as Robin £1,000‑1,500

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MANUSCRIPTS 118 ALDHOUSE, REGINALD, A COLLECTION OF TYPESCRIPTS The Crooked Mile. London: Robert Hale Limited, 1952, uncorrected copy, 256pp., 21 x 16.5cm; Joe An apparently unpublished typescript, 312 uncorrected typed leaves submitted to Robert Sommerville, London, literary, dramatic and film agent, in two folders; Leopards at Quayle An apparently unpublished typescript dated in manuscript May 1945‑March 1946, 349 typed leaves with occasional manuscript corrections, bound into a hard‑backed folder; Leopards at Quayle The same work submitted to Robert Sommerville, occasional manuscript corrections, in two folders, with the name ‘Reginald Merry’ to upper covers; Sullivan The second half of an apparently unpublished typescript, ff.166‑340, occasional manuscript corrections, submitted to Robert Sommerville, in folder; and a large collection of loose papers (quantity) Note: Reginald Aldhouse wrote two published novels: Love to Miriam Jolifant, 1950, and The Crooked Mile, 1952. This collection seems mainly to comprise of unpublished typescripts by Aldhouse. £100‑200 119 ALNWICK AND NORTHUMBERLAND, A QUANTITY OF PAPERS, LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS INCLUDING Tenders for Drinking Fountain in Pottergate, Alnwick, c.1873, notices & posters relating to sale of property, Board of Health, Advertisement for Pidcock’s Royal Menagerie “Ostrich 11ft high!”, letters addressed to Mr R. Thorp, Attorney at Law, Alnwick, Prospectus for the Border Counties Railway Company, Northumberland Election posters, addresses and broadsides, 17th and 18th century vellum indentures, leases, releases, mortgages, two late 19th century “passports”, Board of Health instructions concerning Cholera outbreaks, official documents to the Overseers of the Poor, documents relating to the sale of Charlton Hall, 7 4to. cash account books of William Dickson (of Alnwick), quantity of deeds relating to the Wardles of Long Framlington, &c. £300‑500 120 ANTIGUA ESTATE DOCUMENTS, INCLUDING INDENTURE BETWEEN Baptist Looby and Sarah his Wife and Valentine Morris, 1776; indenture for the sale of two plantations “known by the name of Crabbs plantation situate lying and being in the parish of St. Peter in the said Island of Antiqua”, 1749; Affadivit, St. Christopher May 12, 1779; Lease between Baptist Looby & the Hon. Val. Morris, recorded in the Reg.rs Office of Antigua, 23 April 1766; Mortgage between Baptist Looby & John Carter Allen, 22 DEC/ 1763; Indenture regarding release of plantation and estate in the Island of Antigua, 1853; printed notice of sale of “Morris Looby’s Estate in the Parish of St. Paul and Division of Willoughby Bay, in the Island of Antigua”, one leaf, [19th century]

121 122 EAST INDIA COMPANY SHIP’S LOG – SHIP ROCKINGHAM TOWARDS BOMBAY, 1792‑93 Folio, 206 pages, contemporary vellum, commencing 12 February 1792, ending 6th June 1793, noting, inter alia, “3 recruits in irons on information of their having made use of piratical language... by threatening to form into a body letting prisoners out of arms and seizing the ship”, prisoners put ashore at Bombay, prisoners punished with lashes, referring to delivery of Honourable Company’s iron, references to numerous Honourable Company ships, arrival at Whampoa Beach, collecting cargo of bales of cotton, sandalwood & tea, careening ship to repair copper sheathing, referring to Lord Macartney’s voyage to China, &c Note: Rowan Hackman’s work, Ships of the East India Company (published 2001), records the following: ”1785‑1802 798.89/94 bm 116’2 x 35’11 x 14’10 2.11.1785 launched by Barnard, Deptford, for Sir Richard Hotham. Captain John Atkinson Blanshard. 1786‑1787 Bombay direct 1790 Coromandel Coast and China 2.1.1792 – 19.6.1793 Bombay and China. Sold to Walter Powell. In 1792/3 she was under the command of Capt. John Atkinson Blanshard and in 1793 was sold to Robert Wigram.” £300‑400 123 GRANT, SIR FRANCIS (1803‑78), SCOTTISH PORTRAIT PAINTER Copy of list of pictures by my father Sir Francis Grant, from a manuscript book kept by my mother Lady Grant, Dec. 1898, E.C. Grant, listing pictures painted between 1828 and 1878, 162pp., 8vo., green morocco, lacking part of spine, with 1 page of ink sketches by Sir Francis Grant £200‑300

£150‑200 121 CLERK, JOHN, BARONET OF PENICUIK – MANUSCRIPT SCOTTISH MUSIC 39 leaves of musical notation, mainly Scottish songs with titles such as The Duke of Cumberland’s March, The Escape of Bannockburn and Miss Murrys [sic.] Reel, also including Corelli’s Sonata IV for the Cello and Handel’s March in the Occasional Oratorio, the second half of the 18th century (post 1745), contemporary panelled calf, many additional leaves with manuscript bars only, lower cover detached, dust‑soiling, joints split, rubbed Provenance: A note to the front free‑endpaper reads Musick Book, qui pertinet id Joannem Clerk, whilst the rear free‑endpaper reads John Clerk his book, believed to be Sir John Clerk, 2nd Baronet of Penicuick, 1676‑1755. £500‑700

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26 Lyon & Turnbull 124 IRISH COAT‑OF‑ARMS – THOMAS RODERICK O’CONNER OF RATHNEW AND CLUNYGRASSIN THE COUNTY OF ROSCOMMON and of Dalton in the County of Northumberland, grant of arms by Capt. Nevile Rodwell Wilkinson, Ulster King of Arms, document on vellum, c 25 x 47cm., black wax seal in tin, preserved in maroon morocco box gilt £100‑200 125 [JACOBITE REBELLION – BATTLE OF PRESTONPANS] – SIR JOHN COPE Two autograph letters from Sir John Cope to Lt.‑General Thomas Fowke (“Dear Fowke”), sending news of national affairs “The eyes of all Europe are upon our Affairs in America, which ‘tis imagined will draw consequences in this part of the World, for which wee are so formidably prepared by our natural strength, the Navy, that if Spain will but continue to think according to her old proverb, Peace with England & War with all the World, so far only...”, expressing his desire (with a tacit reference to his unpopularity after 1745) (“I am just as desirous not to be employed, as those who could employ me are unwilling to do it, so in that we are perfectly agreed”), reporting that he hears well of Fowke’s Governership of Gibraltar, mentioning “Mr paymaster Pit”, telling him about the regime and life he follows at the spas of Bath and Cheltenham (... I find the company at Chiltenham is not very numerous, and by those you name none very entertaining...”), thanking him for sending him a fine Spanish horse, &c., 2pp & 2pp., St. James Place, 19 July 1753, & Bath, 8 July 1755 Note: The first important battle of the rebellion was at Prestonpans on 27 September 1745 and this was a decisive victory for Charles over Sir John Cope who was Lieutentant‑General, Commander of King George I’s forces in Scotland. There is a paucity of knowledge about Cope’s life after his Court of Inquiry in 1746. After he was defeated at the Battle of Prestonpans in 1745 he was the subject of the Jacobite song “Hey, Johnnie Cope! Are ye waukin yet ?” Autograph letters by him are very rare. £300‑400

126 [JACOBITE REBELLION – CULLODEN] – WILLEM ANNEVAN KEPPEL, 2ND EARL OF ALBEMARLE (1702 Autograph letter signed to Adair, concerning various individuals, mentioning Jones for Second Lieutenant in the Marines and requesting a warrant appointing William Hawkes Surgeon’s Mate in the King’s own Regiment, 1 leaf (with detached integral blank), 11 December 1756 Note: The 2nd Earl of Albemarle commanded the government front line at Culloden, having already been in charge of the government troops at Falkirk, later becoming Commander in Chief in Scotland. He regretted not capturing Bonnie Prince Charlie. £150‑200 127 JAMES VII/II, KING Document in favour of Neill Campbell of Duntroon, his Heirs male & of tailzie.. “Wee were graviously pleased to change the holding of such of the Lands & others therein mentioned as formerly held Ward, from Simple Ward to Taxtward” and “authorise & require you to pass the said Signature in the ordinary form...” Whitehall, 29th day of January 1685/6, signed by [John Drummond, 1st Earl of] Melfort, countersigned at head “James R”, 2 pages, professionally conserved £500‑700 128 LOUIS XI, KING OF FRANCE. Endorsement signed (“Louis”), as King, Paris, 18 January 1462. Countersigned by Anthoine. Endorsed on verso of a 27 December 1461 summons. 1 page, oblong (7½ x 13 in.), ON VELLUM, a 1¾ x 5¼ in portion of lower right corner cut away, discoloration along right edge. Provenance: Appleby Castle Library, Appleby Castle, Westmorland Note: A FIFTEENTH CENTURY SUMMONS FROM THE KING, ordering his uncle the Duke of Burgundy, Philip the Good, to appear before the Parlement, together with the bailiff of Dijon and his lieutenant, to answer a number of charges against them. £3,000‑5,000

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 27 129 MANUSCRIPT LEAF FROM AN OFFICE LECTIONARY OF BENEDICTINE USE 15th century. Probably German or Bohemian work, it contains readings for the Beheading of St John the Baptist (29 August) to the Nativity of the Virgin (8 September). One historiated initial depicting the Virgin and Child above SS Joachim and Anne, with sprays of foliage extending into the margin, vellum, 42 x 29 cm., framed £200‑300 130 MARITIME HISTORY – SCHOONER PRUDENCE, BERWICK‑UPON‑TWEED, ACCOUNT BOOK 1826‑1836, & CORRESPONDENCE FOR SAME PERIOD correspondence mostly tied in bundles relating to particular voyages, eg “Prudence, Voy. 10th, Capt. Patterson Junr., Disbursements at Cardiff, Alexandria, Chismé, London, Jan. 11th 1834”, “Voyage 12th to Mauritius, Greenock, March 1834”, with photograph of the owner, William Dickson of Alnwick, 1799‑1875, all contained in wooden box marked “Prudence”, account book 4to., quarter calf Note: The Schooner Prudence was built at Berwick‑upon‑Tweed in 1826 £200‑300

131 R.I.E. COLLEGE – ENGINEERING DRAWINGS Folio, hand‑coloured architectural to scale ink drawings, many hand‑coloured, 1888‑89, showing buildings, bevel gearing, W.I. plate girder bridge, Wing walls of bridge, Chain survey at Cooper’s Hill, , Road Survey with prismatic compass, level section, gales traverse, diagram of triangulation and protraction of traverses at Cooper’s Hill, Trigonometrical survey at Coopers Hill, Railway projects, Irrigation canals on the Thames, design for a 4 5HP Turbine 55 feet fall, Design for a Country Residence, large folio, half morocco, labelled on upper cover “R.F. Thorp. R.I.E. College 1887‑90” £100‑150 132 THIRTEEN 17TH CENTURY DOCUMENTS, ON VELLUM, ONE WITH REMAINS OF SEAL, INCLUDING one relating to Aleander Gibson, 1641, one to Patricius Comes de Kinghorn, 1676, one to Charles Erskine, 1674, one to John Gordon relating to the Lands of Myreton, 1625, Instrument of Resignation of the Lands of Baronie of Painsland in favour of Sir Aleander Gibsone of Alderstoun, 1688, and others, similar, various sizes £250‑350


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MISCELLANEOUS 133 A COLLECTION OF 35 MINIATURE BOOKS, INCLUDING The Bible in Miniuture [sic.]. London: E Newbery, 1780. 3 x 4.5cm, contemporary calf, 14 plates, lacking leaf I1, and an initial leaf [ESTC T134732]; The Psalms of David in Metre… Edinburgh, 1816. 8 x 5cm, contemporary red morocco; The Psalms of David in Metre… Edinburgh. 1825. 8 x 5cm, contemporary black morocco; The Smallest English Dictionary in the World. Glasgow, [n.d., c.1890‑1900]. 3 x 2cm, in original metal case with magnifying glass; Small Rain upon the Tender Herb. London, [n.d. but inscribed 1832.] 3.5 x 3cm, original dark red morocco; The Book of Common Prayer. Oxford, [n.d. but cover hallmarked Charles Penny Brown, Birmingham, 1905.] 5.5 x 4.5cm, contemporary red morocco overlayed with silver upper cover; Merry Wives of Windsor. Glasgow, [1904.] 5.5 x 3.5cm, original brown suede covers in tartanware box; and 28 others, sold not subject to return (35) £250‑300 134 A COLLECTION OF HERALDIC, AND OTHER, BOOKPLATES including bookplates from: The Earl of Antrim; Balfour of Whittinghame; Lockhart of Cleghorn; Sophia Hastings, Countess of Bute; James Curle of Priorwood Melrose; the Earl of Galloway; J.A. Maconochie; William Foulis of Woodhall; Robert Oliphant of Rossie; and others, many loosely stuck into a black half calf album £100‑200 135 A COLLECTION OF ITEMS INCLUDING PENNANT, THOMAS The History of the Parishes of Whiteford and Holywell. London: B & J. White, 1796. 4to., 2 engraved titles and 22 plates, 19th century vellum, binding rather dust‑soiled; [Defoe, D.] Robinson Crusoe, Albion Press, J. & J. Cundee, c.1810, very soiled and defective; Epictetus Enchiridion, et cebetis tabula. Leiden, Ex Officina Plantiniana Raphelengii, 1616. 16mo, contemporary calf, fore‑margins worn at beginning, puncture mark to spine; Edwards, Lionel My Hunting Sketch Book. 1928‑ 30. 2 volumes; Forrad‑on! 1930, rubbed; My Irish Sketch Book. 1938; Meads, F. They Meet at Eleven. 1956, illus. by Lionel Edwards, original cloth or original cloth‑backed boards; Indenture 1604, between John Hewson Irinkston in Suffolk, Reginald Burroughe of St. Johns in Suffolk and Cuthbert Garner, and Sir John Deane, Knight, relating to the sale of the Manor or Lordshippe of ?Shellond in Suffolk, vellum, 3 seals attached; Holbrooke, Joseph Music manuscript. Dramatic overture “1914” (for Brass Band), 32pp., oblong folio, with note “Broadcast 1926‑1928‑1934 etc.”, signed by Holbrooke on first leaf; Dramatic Overure “Clive of India”, 12pp., 4to., slightly dust‑soiled; with German music manuscript “Lieges Hymnus 1866 zur feir des 1 Januar 1867, composorit von Seiner Koniglichen Hoheit dem Prrinzen Albricht (Sohn) von Preusen”, oblong 4to., 15pp., wrapper detached; Indenture, [Bradford, Yorkshire] between Samuel Dawson, Joseph & Ely Jowett and William Holden relating to the Rectory of Bradford in the County of York, on vellum, 1780, 58 x 76cm.; Printed Playbill for performance of Der Rosenkavalier, 7 Nov. 1953, 61 x 42.5cm., mounted on board, worn with some loss (quantity) £200‑300 136 A COLLECTION OF WORKS, SEVERAL ENGRAVED BY LIZARS, INCLUDING Crawfurd, George A General Description of the Shire of Renfrew. Paisley: J. Neilson, 1818. 4to, original boards; Lizars, D. Picturesque Views of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1823. Folio, parts 2,3,4 & 6 only, containing 12 plates, in original wrappers; Lizars, W.H. Eight Engravings of the Ruins occasioned by the Great Fires in Edinburgh. Edinburgh, [1824] Folio, contemporary half morocco; [Idem] Sketches of the College of Edinburgh, [n.d.]. Oblong folio comprising 4 engraved plates, original blue wrappers; A New and Complete Collection of… Scots Songs… Edinburgh: Corrie & Sutherland, [n.d.] 19th century half calf with red morocco label to upper cover; Hall Voyages. Edinburgh: Constable & Co., 1827. 3 volumes, 12mo, part of Constable’s Miscellany; also with volumes 6‑10 of Constable’s Miscellany; Walton, Izaak The Complete Angler… Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers, 1833. 8vo, original cloth, covers detached; and 29 others, sold not subject to return (47)

137 COHAUSEN, JOHANN HEINRICH Hermippus Redivivius: or the Sage’s Triumph over Old Age and the Grave. London: J. Nourse, 1749. Second edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, rebacked, corners neatly repaired; Smith, Thomas Vitae quorundam eruditissimorum et illustrium virorum. London: D. Mortier, 1707. 4to., contemporary vellum, lacks portrait [ESTC T147511]; Nalson, John The Countermine: or a short but the discovery of the dangerous principles... of the Dissenting Party or Presbyterians. London: J. Edwin, 1677. Second edition, 8vo, imprimatur leaf before title, 2pp. advertisements at end, contemporary calf, rebacked (3) Provenance: Appleby Castle Library, Appleby Castle, Westmorland £300‑400 138 DUGDALE, SIR WILLIAM The History of Imbanking and Draining of divers Fens and Marshes. London: W. Boywer & J. Nichols, 1772. Second edition, large folio, 11 folding or double‑page maps, contemporary calf gilt, neatly rebacked, corners neatly repaired, armorial bookplates of Well and Augustus de Pugin, new free endpapers £250‑350 139 GLOSSARIES, 24 VOLUMES, INCLUDING BELL, JOHN, EDITOR Rhymes of Northern Bards. Newcastle, 1812. 12mo., contemporary calf, with Index present, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked; Wilbraham, R. An Attempt at a Glossary of some words used in Cheshire. 1826, original boards, uncut, rubbed; The Gateshead Cabinet, being a small collection of Songs. By T.R.V. Newcastle: for the author, 1816; Midford, William A Collection of Songs, Comic and Satirical, chiefly in the Newcastle Dialect. Newcastle, 1818; bound with 6 others, similar, contemporary green half morocco gilt; Grose, F. A Glossary of Provincial and Local Words used in England. 1839, original cloth, worn; Hunter, J. The Hallamshire Glossary. London: W. Pickering, 1829, original cloth; Brockett, J.T. A Glossary of North Country Words. Newcastle, 1825, contemporary half calf; another edition, Newcastle, 1846, 2 volumes in one, maroon morocco, slightly rubbed; Akerman, J.Y. A Glossary of Provincial Words and Phrases in use in Wiltshire. 1842. 12mo, original cloth; Dickinson, W. A Glossary of the Words and Phrases of Cumberland. Whitehaven, 1859, original cloth; Atkinson, J.C. A Glossary of the Cleveland Dialect. 1868. 8vo, original cloth, rubbed; Morris, J.P. A Glossary of the Words and Phrases of Furness. 1869, original cloth; Halliwell, J.O. A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words. 1878, 2 volumes, original cloth; Evans, A.B. Leicestershire Words, Phrases and Proverbs. 1881; Thompson, W.H. The Speech of Holderness and East Yorkshire. Hull, 1890, original cloth; Allan, T. Allan’s Illustrated edition of Tyneside Songs. Newcastle, 1891, 2 volumes, quarter morocco, rubbed; Stuart, C. David Blythe, the Gipsy King. Kelso, 1883, original albumen print, original cloth; Wilson, Joe Tyneside Songs and Drolleries. Newcastle, [c.1894], large paper copy, quarter morocco; another edition, quarter morocco, rubbed; Coven, E. & others A Choice Collection of Tyneside Songs. Newcastle, [c.1870], original cloth; Good, J. A Glossary... East Lincolnshire. 1900, original boards; Robson, J.P. Songs of the Bards of the Tyne. Newcastle, [c.1849], green half calf, rebacked; Bruce, J.C. Northumbrian Minstrelsy. 1882, original cloth; Davidson, publisher The Tyneside Songster. 1889, original cloth; Blakeborough, R. Dialect Glossary... North Riding of Yorkshire. 1912; Wilkinson, J.H. Leeds Dialect Glossary and Lore. 1924, original cloth; (24) £250‑300 140 GRAINGER, THOMAS & JOHN MILLER Report Relative to a Proposed Railway Communication between the City of Glasgow and the Towns of Paisley and Johnstone. Edinburgh: J. & C. Muirhead, 1831. 8vo, with map, original printed wrappers £80‑120

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 29 141 GROVE, GEORGE A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450‑1880). London: Macmillan and Co., 1879‑80‑83‑89. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary blue morocco gilt, some rubbing; Helmholtz, Hermann L.F. On the Sensations of Tone... London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1875. 8vo, contemporary blue half calf gilt, some rubbing, spine faded (5) £100‑200 142 KAY, JOHN A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings... Edinburgh: Hugh Paton, Carver and Gilder, 1837‑8. Small 4to., 2 volumes in 4, with 328 plates only (of 358), bookplate of John Scott on paste‑down endpapers, half morocco with marbled boards, ribbed spine with gilt lettering and decoration, edges of text block marbled, some foxing and offsetting throughout, spine and cover edges worn; Hélyot, R.P. Histoire Abrégée et Costumes Coloriés des Ordres Monastiques... Paris, 1837. 4to, contemporary embossed calf; Smith, William, editor A Concise Dictionary of the Bible. London: John Murray, 1865. 8vo, contemporary black embossed calf (6) £120‑180 143 KAY, JOHN A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings... Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1877. 4to., 2 volumes, with 362 plates, tissue guards, bookplates of B. Hall Blyth on paste‑down endpapers, quarter red morocco, leaves, spine, covers and joints worn, some foxing (mostly limited to tissue guards) throughout £150‑200 144 KAY, JOHN A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings. Edinburgh, 1842, 2 volumes, 8vo, 400 engraved plates (including 31 in Appendix), , a few folding, contemporary half calf, occasional light spotting or light dust‑marking (2) £150‑180 145 LARGE SCRAP/SKETCH ALBUM, INCLUDING 8 etchings by Hugh William Williams, 7 etchings of Illustrious Heads designed for a new History of Republicanism in French and English, 1794; 5 etchings after Ches. de Grainberg, 21 pencil drawings including one captioned “Heart of Midlothian or Edin. jail, 1825”, one of Prestonholm Village, one of Mary Kelty, one of Grassmarket Edinburgh, one of blind Alexander Lion, keeper of the key in Stirling Castle, one of Comrie, 5 drawings by D. B. Stark of Priory Loch of Monteith, Bracklinn Bridge, Loch Achray, Loch Kateran (sic) Cathcart Bridge, 1 by James Bannatyne, 1 ink sketch of a Bazaar, 3 watercolours, small engravings of Napoleon, 2 lithographs of Menai Bridge, 6 hand‑coloured lithographs of Scènes de Société/L’ouverture du bal, 1823, 2 lithographs by Nicolas T. Charlet, old half calf, worn, covers detached £200‑250 146 LEATHER BINDINGS, A LARGE QUANTITY including Chamber’s Encyclopaedia, mostly 19th century calf and half‑calf, sold not subject to return (quantity) £600‑900 147 LEATHER BINDINGS, A LARGE QUANTITY mostly 19th century, including runs of The Quiver, Chamber’s Journal, The Law Times Reports, Baily’s Magazine and Waverley Novels; Hansard, Houses of Parliament Parliamentary Debates. London: Cornelius Buck, 1883‑1887. 8vo, 16 volumes only, comprising: 277, 278, 280, 283, 285, 287, 291, 293, 297, 299, 301, 307 & 310, contemporary half‑calf; sold not subject to return (quantity) £600‑900

148 MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, A LARGE QUANTITY, INCLUDING HUXLEY, T.H. Life and Letters. 1900. 2 volumes, 8vo, red morocco gilt by Hatchards, g.e.; Wallace, A.R. Island Life. 1892. Second edition, 8vo, original cloth; Paterson, Daniel A New and Accurate Description of all the direct and principal cross roads in England and Wales. 1775. 8vo, folding map, contemporary calf; Piper, E. The Church Towers of Somerset. Bristol, [n.d.] Vol. 2 only, limited to 225 copies, folio, red half morocco gilt, t.e.g.; Sopwith, T. An account of the mining districts of Alston Moor, Weardale and Teesdale. Alnwick, 1833, folding map, contemporary cloth; Templeton, W. The Engineer’s Common‑place Book. 1839. 4 folding plates, original cloth, spine worn; Mawe, John Familiar Lessons on Mineralogy and Geology. 1822. 8vo, hand‑coloured plates, original boards, uncut, spine worn; Cobbett, William Cobbett’s Sermons. 1822. 12mo, contemporary half calf, neatly rebacked; Cobbett, William Cottage Economy. 1822. Stereotype edition, original boards, uncut, rubbed; Bruce, J.C. The Roman Wall. 1851. 4to., plates, folding maps, contemporary red half morocco gilt; Marshall, A.B. The Book of Ices. [c.1850], 8vo, 4 plates, original cloth; Carroll, Lewis [Charles Luttwidge Dodgson] Feeding the Mind. London, 1907. 12mo, original paper wrappers; Lang, Andrew The True Story Book. London, 1893. Second edition, 8vo, blue cloth gilt; and a quantity of miscellaneous books; sold not subject to return £500‑800 149 MOTOR VEHICLES, A COLLECTION, INCLUDING BEAUMONT, W.W. Motor Vehicles and Motors. 1902‑06. 2 volumes, 4to., plates, original cloth, slight spotting, one hinge weak; Armstrong, J. The Motor. [c.1912]; Young, A.B.F. The Complete Motorist. 1904, original cloth; Hasluck, P.N. The Automobile. 1903, 8vo, original cloth; Spencer, C. Bicycles & Tricyles. [c.1882], 8vo; Tinsley Bros., publishers Bicycling, its Rise and Development. 1876. 8vo, illustrations, original wrappers, spine repaired; and 6 others on motor cycles and cars (13) £150‑200 150 MUSIC & LITERATURE, 17 VOLUMES, INCLUDING SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM The Works... London: Virtue & Co. Limited, [n.d.] Folio, ‘Imperial Edition’, volume 2 only [Tragedies & Plays], original green morocco gilt; [Idem] The Plays... London: F.C & J. Rivington..., [1811] 8 volumes, 12mo., contemporary tree calf; Kennedy‑Fraser, Marjory Songs of the Hebrides. London: Boosey & Co., [1909?] 3 volumes, 4to, original cloth gilt; Shelley, H.C. The Songs of Burns... London: Bayley & Ferguson, [n.d.] 4to, original blue cloth gilt; Bayley & Ferguson Popular Scots Songs for Alto, Baritone and Bass Voices... London, [n.d.] 4to., original green cloth gilt; MacLeod, A.C. – Richard Boulton – Malcolm Lawson Songs of the North... London: J.B. Cramer & Co., Limited, [n.d.] 4to., original red cloth with hand‑made embroidered book cover; and two others (17) £250‑300 151 NORTON, EMILY – NORTON, GEORGE FREDERIC (1869‑1946) My Memoirs, also headed “Memoirs of Frederic North and his Sister Emily” typed copy, 97 pages, 4to.; Davila, E.C. Historia delle guerre civili di Francia. London: T. Payne [&c.], 1755. 2 volumes, 4to., contemporary calf, inner title of vol. 1 crudely repaired, worn, upper cover of vol. 1 detached; Potter, Beatrix Tale of Pigling Bland. [n.d.] – late edition; Baudelaire, C. Facsimile Letter (5) Note: George Frederic Norton (11 October 1869 – 15 December 1946) was a British composer, most associated with the record breaking Chu Chin Chow, which opened in 1916. £100‑150


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152 152 PEACHAM, HENRY The Worth of a Peny, or, A Caution to Keep Money. London: S. Griffin for William Lee, 1664. Second edition, small 4to., modern crushed red quarter morocco, bookplate of Arnold Muirhead, a little light soiling, occasional very light dampstaining and a few early ink marks Note: Seemingly a variant collation of the second edition, ESTC R20793. This copy collates: [4], 32, 34‑35, [2] (A2, B4‑E4, F2), whilst ESTC R20793 collates: [4], 31, 33‑38 [i.e. 35], [2] £500‑700 153 PHILATELY, 46 BOOKS, INCLUDING Osborne, H. British Line Engraved Stamps: Twopence Blue Studies of Plates 1 to 15. London, [n.d.] 4to, original pink cloth gilt; [Idem] British Line Engraved Stamps: Repaired Impressions. London, [n.d.] 4to, original pink cloth gilt; Hyde, J.W. The Royal Mail. London, 1889. 8vo, original red cloth gilt; Brummell, George The Local Posts of London, 1680‑1840, 8vo; [Idem] Post Office Numbers. London, 1971, 8vo; Stone, J.W.M. The Repairs of the 1841 One Penny..., 1973. 8vo; Hendy, John G. The History of the Postmarks of the British Isles from 1840 to 1876. London, 1909. 8vo, original wrappers; and 39 others, sold not subject to return (46) £150‑250 154 POPE, ALEXANDER The Works, 1812, 8 volumes, 12mo, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked; The Glasgow Geography, 1825, 5 volumes, 8vo, folding maps, contemporary calf, slightly rubbed; Lockhart, J.G. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, 1862, 10 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, spines gilt; Chalmers, Alexander The British Essayists, 1803, 39 (of 45) volumes, contemporary calf gilt; sold not subject to return (62) £250‑350 155 RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS, A LARGE COLLECTION INCLUDING CLAY, R., PRINTER Report of the Directors of the Northern & Eastern Railway Company, incorporated 1836, to the Proprietors at their first General Meeting. 1836, disbound, folding map, housed in folding cloth covers; Wood, Nicholas A Practical Treatise on Rail‑Roads. 1832. plates, contemporary cloth, some spotting, hinge broken; Osborne, E.C. & W. Osborne’s Guide to the Grand Junction. Birmingham, 1838, folding map, original cloth; The Railway and the Mine Lever’s Illustrated Year Book. 1861. 8vo, plates, original red cloth gilt; Grahame, Thomas A Guide to the North Midland and Midland Counties Railways. Leicester, 1842, folding map, engraved plates, bound with The History and Antiquities of Eyam, 1842; Day, J. A Practical Treatise on the Construction and Formation of Railways. 1848. Third edition, 8vo, original cloth; [Head, F.B.] Stokers and Pokers. 1849, 3rd edition, half calf; Osborne, E.C. & W. Osborne’s London & Birmingham A treatise on Internal Intercourse

and Communication in Civilised States. London, 1834, First edition, presentation copy from the author, original cloth‑backed boards, uncut; Cundy, N.W. Inland Transit. The Practability, Utility and Benefit of Railroads. 1834. Second edition, 8vo, folding plate & 2 folding maps, original quarter cloth, rubbed; Lardner, D. The Steam Engine. 1840, frontispiece, original cloth; Railway Guide. Birmingham, [c.1845], 12mo, folding map loose, engraved plates, half calf; [Lever, C.] Tales of the Trains. 1845, 12mo, original pictorial cloth gilt; Measom, G. The Official Illustrated Guide to the North‑Eastern, North British..... Glasgow, [n.d.], 8vo, half calf, cover detached; Young, F.T. The Economy of Steam Power on Common Roads. [1860], folding plate, illustrations, original cloth [Partridge, S., publisher] The Route of the Shrewsbury & Hereford Railway. 8vo, folding map, original wrappers, rubbed; Shaw, G. The Official Tourists’ Picturesque Guide to the London & North Western Railway. [c.1875], 2 copies, maps, original blue cloth gilt, one rubbed; Kent, W., publisher History of the Darlington & Barnard Castle Railway. 1877. original blue calf gilt; Williams, F.S. Our Iron Roads. 1883, 8vo, original cloth, slightly rubbed; Williams, F.S. The Midland Railway. 1888. 8vo, original blue cloth gilt; Baker, E., publisher A Handbook to various publications, documents and charts connected with the rise and Development of the Railway System. 1893, 12mo, original upper wrapper bound in, quarter cloth; Grinling, C.H. The History of the Great Northern Railway. 1898; Clarke, S. Clitheroe in its Railway days. Clitheroe, 1900, 8vo, original cloth; Tomlinson, W.W. The North Eastern Railway. Newcastle, 1914. 4to; Steel, W.L. The History of the London & North Western Railway. 1914; Warren, J.G.H. A Century of Locomotive Building by Robert Stephenson & Co., 1823‑1923. 1923, 4to., original cloth; MacDermot, E.T. History of the Great Western Railway. 1927. 2 volumes; Marshall, C.F.D. Centenary History of the Liverpool. & Manchester Railway. 1930. 4to, original cloth; Marshall, C.F.D. A History of Railway Locomotives down to the end of the year 1831. 1953. 4to, dustwrapper; Bourne, J.C. Bourne’s London & Birmingham Railway. 1970, folio, original cloth, dustwrapper, glassine sleeve; and others, similar; sold as a collection not subject to return £300‑400 156 SHIELDS, HENRY & JAMES MEIKLE Famous Clyde Yachts 1880‑87. Glasgow and London: Oatts & Runciman, 1888. Folio, “frontispiece” and 31 mounted chromolithographed plates, original blue pictorial cloth gilt, a little foxing and slight dust‑soiling to initial pages, bookplate to paste‑down endpaper removed, some dampstaining and wear to covers £500‑800 157 THE SPORTSMAN’S DICTIONARY Or, the Country Gentleman’s Companion... London: C. Hitch..., 1735. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, collates: A3, B‑Bb8, [volume 2 title], Cc‑Zz8, Aaa8, frontispiece, 25 engraved plates, contemporary calf with gilt tooled rosettes to spines and monograms to covers, notes in an early hand to endpapers, slight dust‑soiling and occasional marks, labels chipped, spine ends slightly chipped (2) £300‑400 158 TWO FOLIO VOLUMES, COMPRISING British Military Uniforms. Institute of Army Education, [n.d.]. Folio, 49 coloured plates, red half morocco gilt; Campbell, Bruce The Bird Paintings of Henry Jones. Folio Fine Editions, 1976. Oblong folio, limited to 500 copies, plates, green half calf gilt, slipcase, two labels to front free endpaper (2) £100‑150 159 WALPOLE, HORACE, EARL OF ORFORD The Letters. London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1891. 9 volumes, large 8vo, number 79 of 100 copies on hand‑made paper, original vellum gilt, uncut, some soiling to covers and cocking to spines; and a quantity of miscellaneous books; sold not subject to return (quantity) £300‑400

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NATURAL HISTORY 160 BEWICK, THOMAS, A COLLECTION INCLUDING [CHARNLEY, EMERSON, PUBLISHER] Fisher’s Garland for 1822, 1827‑29, 1833‑40, 1842, 1844‑45, wood‑engraved vignette by Bewick, unbound; A General History of Quadrupeds. Newcastle, 1811. Sixth edition, 8vo, late 19th century half calf; Select Fables. Newcastle, 1820. First edition, 8vo, half calf, worn, a few spots; Boyd, J. Bewick Gleanings. 1886. 4to., Small Paper copy no. 146 signed by the author; green half morocco, t.e.g., rubbed; Robinson, R. Thomas Bewick his Life and Times. Newcastle, 1887. 4to., original cloth; Bewick, T. Memoir. 1924, original cloth; Roscoe, S. Thomas Bewick. A Bibliography Raisonné. 1973, original cloth, glassine wrapper (7) £150‑250 161 BOYD, J.M. & I.L. The Hebrides [New Naturalist no.76]. London: Collins, 1990. First edition, 8vo., signed by the authors on title‑page, dedication on half‑title “For Ken and Marien Fraser with gratitude and affection from Morton” dated 20th August [1990], illustrated throughout, green cloth with gilt lettering on spine, dust jacket, slight wear and tear to dust‑jacket along top edge and on back £250‑350 162 DARWIN, CHARLES Journal of Researches into the Geology and Natural History of the Various Countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle... London: Henry Colburn, 1840. First edition, third impression, 8vo, original green cloth, lacking half‑title and maps, adverts were sometimes inserted into these copies, however this copy does not include the adverts, backstrip lacking, covers detached £200‑300 163 DARWIN, ERASMUS Phytologia, or the Philosophy of Agriculture and Gardening. London: J. Johnson, 1800. First edition, 4to, 12 engraved plates, 2 folding, contemporary red morocco gilt, spine gilt, black morocco lettering piece, a few light spots but a fine copy £300‑400

166 164 EVELYN, JOHN Memoirs, edited by W. Bray. London: H. Colburn, 1827. 5 volumes, 8vo, engraved portrait frontispiece, 8 plates, and folding pedigree, contemporary half calf, red morocco labels, owner’s name excised from head of title of volume 1, a few light spots £150‑250 165 FERN SPECIMEN COLLECTION Fern Album. Birkenhead, W. & J., Fern Nursery, Sale Manchester, 4to., 62 specimens mounted on 36 sheets, with completed Contents page identifying the specimens, original half calf binding, some spotting, one or two loose, binding worn £200‑300 166 GIRAUD, JANE ELIZABETH The Flowers of Milton. London, [1846]. Folio, hand‑coloured title, & 28 (of 29) hand‑coloured plates (lacks plate 6), original green cloth, contents loose £100‑150 167 [HEY, REBECCA] The Spirit of the Woods. London: Longman [&c.], 1841. Second edition, 8vo, 23 hand‑coloured engraved plates, tissue guards, original green blindstamped cloth, spine gilt, binding slightly faded, slightly marked, slightly rubbed £150‑200 168 [HEY, REBECCA] The Spirit of the Woods. London: Longman [&c.], 1837. First edition, 8vo, 26 hand‑coloured plates, tissue guards, original green half morocco, t.e.g., worn, upper cover detached £150‑200

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169 169 JARDINE, SIR WILLIAM The Naturalist’s Library. Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, 1833‑43. 40 volumes only, comprising: Ornithology 1‑11; 13‑14; Mammalia 1; 3‑5; 7; 9‑13; Entomology 1‑7; Icthyology 1‑6 and 3 duplicate volumes, all small 8vo, hand‑coloured plates, original purple cloth, spines faded, some loose pages and wear; with Humming‑Birds, volume 2. Edinburgh, 1840. 8vo, large paper copy, original red cloth; sold not subject to return (40) £600‑800 170 LILFORD, THOMAS POWYS, 4TH BARON Notes on the Birds of Northamptonshire and Neighbourhood. London: R.H. Porter, 1895, 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispiece, 24 plates, folding map, illustrations, red half morocco by R.H. Porter, t.e.g. £100‑150 171 LOUDON, JANE WEBB The Ladies’ Flower‑Garden of Ornamental Greenhouse Plants [Ornamental Perennials]. London: W. Smith, 1848‑49. 2 volumes, 4to., complete with 93 hand‑coloured lithographed plates (numbered 1‑42 & 46‑96; plates 43‑45 not called for), original pictorial green cloth gilt, spines faded, light stain to cover of vol.1

173 NATURAL HISTORY, A QUANTITY, INCLUDING HOPKIRK, THOMAS Flora Glottiana... Catalogue of the Indigenous Plants on the Banks of the River Clyde. Glasgow, 1813. original cloth‑backed boards, repaired; Saxby, H.L. The Birds of Shetland. 1874. calf‑backed cloth; Seebohm, H. Eggs of British Birds. 1896; Rintoul, L.J. & E.V. Baxter. A Vertebrate Fauna of Forth. 1935, 2 copies, one a presentation copy signed by the authors; Thomson, R. The Natural History of a Highland Parish. 1900; Withering, W. An Arrangement of British Plants. 1796. 2 (of 4) volumes, half calf, rubbed; Hooker, W.J. Flora Scotica. 1821. 2 parts in one volume, quarter cloth, uncut; Ray, J.Correspondence. 1848; Further Correspondence. 1928; Lucas, W.J. The Aquatic Stage of the British Dragonflies. 1930; Gladstone, H.S. The Birds of Dumfriesshire. 1910. No. 170 of 350 copies, original buckram, t.e.g.; Cooke, M.C. A Plan and Easy Account of the British Fungi. 1871. 24 coloured plates; Cooke, M.C. A Plain and Easy Account of British Fungi. 1876. 20 coloured plates, library stamp to title; Hooker, W.J. Synopsis Filicu. 1868, plates; Huxley, T.H. An Introduction to the Classification of Animals. 1869; Lindsay, W.L. A Popular History of British Lichens. 1856, coloured plates, spine worn; Plues, M. Rambles in Search of Flowerless Plants. 1864, 20 coloured plates; Moore, T. British Wild Flowers. 1867. 24 coloured plates; Kirby, W.F. Handbook to the Order Lepidoptera. 1896, 5 volumes, coloured plates, one volume rebacked; Landsborough, D. A Popular History of British Zoophytes. 1852. 20 coloured plates; Lamond, H. The Sea‑Trout. 1916. Presentation copy from the author; Evans, A.H. & T.E. Buckley. A Vertebrate Fauna of the Shetland Islands. 1899; and others; sold not subject to return £300‑400 174 NATURAL HISTORY, INCLUDING HUDSON, C.T. & P.H. GOSSE The Rotifera, or Wheel‑Animalcules. 1886. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to., 34 plates (30 coloured), many double‑page, contemporary maroon morocco gilt, g.e., corners slightly rubbed; Ralfs, John The British Desmidieae. 1848. First edition, 8vo, 35 engraved plates (34 hand‑coloured), original green embossed cloth, list of subscribers, small split head of lower joint; Heurck, H. van A Treatise on the Diatomaceae. 1896. Large 8vo, frontispiece & 35 plates, original cloth, t.e.g., spine slightly faded; Lister, A. A Monograph of the Mycetozoa. 1911. 8vo, plates, original cloth (5) £200‑250

£400‑500 172 NATURAL HISTORY, A LARGE QUANTITY, INCLUDING Wood, J.G. Insects at Home... London, 1872. 8vo, contemporary green half morocco gilt; Curtis, John Farm Insects... London, 1873. 8vo, hand‑coloured plates, burgundy cloth gilt; Staveley, E.F. British Insects... London, 1871. 8vo, 16 coloured plates, original cloth; Hodges, Dorothy The Pollen Loads of the Honey Bee. London, 1952. 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket; [Halley, Edmond] miscellanea Curiosa... London, 1705. Volume 1 only, 8vo, contemporary speckled calf; Fisher, James The Fulmar [New Naturalist Monograph]. London, 1952. 8vo, dust‑jacket price‑clipped; Darling, F. Fraser Natural History in the Highlands & Islands [New Naturalist no.6.] London, 1947. 8vo, dust‑jacket price‑clipped; Gardiner, William Twenty Lessons on British Mosses... London, 1847. 12mo, original cloth gilt, with laid‑down moss samples; Lowne, Benjamin Thompson The Anatomy & Physiology of the Blow‑Fly. London, 1870. 8vo, original green cloth, plates; Cook, M.C. Our Reptiles and Batrachians. London, 1883. 8vo, original green cloth gilt; Hibberd, Shirley Field Flowers. London, 1870. 8vo, original red cloth gilt; Bingley, William Useful Knowledge: or, a Familiar Account of the Various Productions of Nature. London, 1825. Fourth edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, original boards; and a large quantity of others (133) £300‑500

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175 NEW NATURALISTS, 51 VOLUMES, COMPRISING no. 1 (slightly rubbed), 2 (slightly rubbed, spine slightly discoloured), 3 (reprinted), 6 (slightly rubbed), 13 (slightly rubbed), 14 (slightly spotted, short tear to upper wrapper), 16 (rubbed), 17 (tear at head of spine repaired), 19 (slightly rubbed & discoloured), 20, 24 (slightly frayed, faded, price‑clipped), 25 (reprinted, repaired at spine ends), 33, 35 (slightly rubbed), 36 (facsimile wrapper), 38 (facsimile wrapper), 42 (reprinted, facsimile wrapper), 43 (tears to wrapper repaired), 45 (library stamps, facsimile wrapper), 51, 52 (spine discoloured), 53, 55, 56, 60 (name in ink on endpaper), 61, 62, 63 (price clipped), 71 (softback), 83 (spine faded), 88, 89, 94, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, all first editions unless stated otherwise, some earlier volumes slightly marked or dust‑soiled £400‑600 176 NEW NATURALISTS, A COLLECTION OF 32 VOLUMES, INCLUDING NUMBERS 1 (1st & 3rd edition, slightly discoloured, one with split at fold), 3 (frayed with loss), 6 (3 copies, all rubbed, one frayed, one torn with loss), 13 (slightly rubbed & soiled), 17 (2 copies, 1 torn and repaired), 20 (spine faded, price clipped), 33, 52 (2 copies), 53, 55 (price‑clipped), 56, 60 (2 copies, one reprint, one spine faded), 62, 63 (price‑clipped), 71 (softback, 2 copies), 98, 99 (reprinted), 101‑103, 105, 106, 108, 109, all hardback, first editions unless stated, most with protective wrappers; and 107 Grouse in paperback (32) £150‑200 177 ORNITHOLOGY – AFRICA – FRY, C.H., KEITH, S. AND E.K. URBAN The Birds of Africa. Academic Press, 1992‑2004. 7 volumes, 4to., colour plates by Martin Woodcock, original cloth, dustwrappers £200‑300 178 ORNITHOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY, 14 VOLUMES, INCLUDING KIRKMAN, F.B. & OXON, B.A. The British Bird Book... London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, 1911‑1914. 4 volumes, 4to, original cloth, black morocco gilt labels to spines; Hulme, Edward F. Familiar Wild Flowers. London: Cassell and Company, [n.d.] 6 volumes, 8vo, original green cloth gilt; Kirkman, F.B. British Birds. London: Thomas Nelson..., 1948; Boraston, John Maclair Birds by Land & Sea. London: John Lane, 1905. 8vo, original cloth; Bonhote, J. Lewis Birds of Britain and their Eggs. London: A. & C. Black, 1923. 8vo, original brown cloth gilt; Step, Edward Wayside and Woodland Trees. London: Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd., [n.d.]; sold not subject to return (14) £150‑200

179 ROWNING, J. A Compendious System of Natural Philosophy. London: S. Harding, 1753. 4 parts in 2 volumes, 8vo, 44 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, armorial bookplate of the Rt. Hon. Alex.r Lord Bamff; Birch, Thomas The Life of the Honourable Robert Boyle. London: A. Millar, 1744. First separate edition, 8vo, contemporary calf (3) £200‑250 180 ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN, EDINBURGH Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. Glasgow, 1901‑1958. Volumes 1‑22 and Index for volumes 15‑21 bound in 12, plates and illustrations, blue cloth gilt, occasional stamp of the Royal Society of Edinburgh £100‑150 181 SEA & WATER LIFE, 26 BOOKS, INCLUDING Bell, Thomas A History of the British Stalk‑Eyed Crustacea. London: 1853. 8vo, green morocco gilt by J. Wright, bookplate of James Richard Wigram; Johnston, George A History of British Sponges and Lithophytes. Edinburgh: W.H. Lizard. 1842. 8vo, 25 plates, some partially hand‑coloured, green cloth gilt; Pritchard, Andrew A History of Infusoria... London: Whittaker and Co., 1842. 8vo, 12 hand‑coloured plates, red cloth, rebacked; Jones, Thomas Rymer The Aquarian Naturalist... London: Jan Van Voorst, 1858. 8vo, hand‑coloured plates, contemporary green half morocco with gilt aquatic tooling to spine; another copy in cloth; Tugwell, George A Manual of the Sea‑Anemonies Commonly Found on the English Coast. London: John Van Voorst, 1856. 8vo, 7 chromolithographed plates, original blue cloth gilt; Step, Edward Shell Life... London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1901. 8vo, original red cloth gilt, stamp of the Edinburgh Guiders’ Library; Sowerby, G.B. Popular History of The Aquarium. London, 1857. 12mo, original red cloth gilt; Wheeler, W.H. The Sea‑Coast. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1902. 8vo, red cloth gilt; British Museum A Guide to the Shell and Starfish Galleries... London, 1908. Fifth edition, 8vo; and 16 others, sold not subject to return (26) £250‑300 182 SOWERBY, GEORGE BRETTINGHAM A Conchological Manual. London: H.G. Bohn, 1842. Fourth edition, 8vo, 29 hand‑coloured plates, 2 folding tables, original green blindstamped cloth, spine gilt £200‑300


34 Lyon & Turnbull 185 WILSON, ALEXANDER American Ornithology. London: Whitteaker, Treacher & Arnot, 1832. 3 volumes, 8vo, portrait and 97 hand‑coloured plates, original green cloth gilt, a little light browning, occasional offsetting, some foxing to portrait and volume 1 title‑page, bookplates of Herbert Carleton Wright, with a few neat ownership inscriptions, covers detaching from text‑blocks (3) £600‑900

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183 SOWERBY, GEORGE BRETTINGHAM A Conchological Manual. London: G.B. Sowerby, 1839. First edition, 8vo, 24 hand‑coloured engraved plates, 2 folding tables, advertisements at end, original brown blindstamped cloth, spine gilt, title and a couple of preliminary leaves spotted £200‑250 184 THOMSON, SIR CHARLES WYVILLE Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of the H.M.S. Challenger during the Years 1873‑76... Zoology, volume II, parts vii & viii. London: Longmans & Co., 1881. Folio, 60 plates, comprising 30 lithographs relating to corals and 30 hand‑coloured bird plates, green cloth gilt, bookplate and stamps of the University of Glasgow Department of Zoology to half‑title and title‑page, some foxing particularly to initial pages, some slight browning to plate edges and occasional light dust‑soiling, hinges splitting, covers and spine rubbed and worn

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ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS

188 [§] PRINCE, DEDE & PETAL JOAN ROBERTS, ILLUSTRATORS – ORIGINAL ARTWORK FOR MARY STEWART’S MERLIN TRILOGY comprising three mixed media illustrations, signed DMP, showing the head of Merlin, each 47 x 35cm, dated 1979‑80; three watercolour illustrations and 4 artist’s proof prints by Petal Joan Roberts, each 35 x 25cm and 39 x 25cm respectively, for the work The Crystal Cave and the Hollow Hills; photographic portrait of Mary Stewart by Raymond Nash £200‑300 189 [§] SIMPSONS, THE 2 storyboards for The Simpsons: Episode 18, season 12 Trilogy of Error (episode 266), comprising 9 panels in ink and pencil, featuring Homer and Lisa Simpson, 112 x 42cm, framed and glazed; AND Episode 1, season 13 “Treehouse of Horrors XII” (episode 270) comprising 4 illustrations in red and black, with dialogue and additional comments for the illustrators, featuring Homer Simpson and a minor character, 121 x 42cm, framed and glazed (2) £500‑700

187 186 GREIFFENHAGAN, MAURICE (1862‑1931) 10 original watercolour book illustrations on card, c. 43 x 28cm., some with captions in margin, three dated 1902‑03 £100‑150

190 [§] WHEELER, DOROTHY MURIEL – 13 NURSERY RHYME ILLUSTRATIONS Ink and watercolour illustrations entitled: Noodlum, The Old Witch, Birthday Wish, The Caterpillar’s Lament, Goblin Shoes, Local News, Silver Star, The Copy Cat, The Little Man, Witches Brew, The Slumber Tree, The Golden Key & Hob and Nob, 12 with Wheerler’s ‘D.M.W.’ initials to toadstools, between 31 x 23.5 and 26 x 19cm, framed and glazed (13) £300‑400

187* WINGFIELD, WATKIN – SATIRICAL ILLUSTRATIONS Album containing 14 watercolours and 8 pen and ink illustrations (one not laid‑in), most around 27 x 18.5 cm (and a couple of smaller images) of comedic, satirical and nightmarish scenes, one watercolour signed and two images initialled, with a photograph of the artist, all but one laid‑down into a nineteenth century half morocco album, upper cover detached Provenance: Ownership signature of Mary Karoline Birch Reynardson to endpaper Note: Captain Watkin Wingfield, 1803‑1886, was born in the Welsh village of Ruabon. He attended Rugby School and subsequently served as an ensign the 23rd Madras Native Infantry and the 10th Light Cavalry. He died at 65 Chester Square, London, at the age of 83, having written one theatrical work, ‘The Hidden Treasure’. A scrapbook of his works is held at Yale University. £300‑400

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191 BASSANDYNE BIBLE [The Bible and Holy Scriptures... Edinburgh: Alexander Arbuthnot [and Thomas Bassandyne], 1579.] Small folio, one map of Canaan only, lacking one map and one plan, woodcut illustrations throughout, inscribed Wm M? on free endpaper verso dated February 22nd 1892, 16th or early 17th century embossed panelled calf and banded spine, title‑page lacking and substituted with late 19th century replacement, lacking all leaves before ai (i.e. title and 9 leaves), xvi‑z8 lacking (i.e. final 15 leaves), foxing, significant repairs to all leaves up to dv with some loss to text to initial leaves in particular, final 2 leaves of the New Testament repaired with some significant loss, soiling and other repairs with some throughout, some text obscured, a few small holes, including wormholes, throughout with some loss to text, some dampstaining, upper cover detached, lower joints split, covers and spine worn [ESTC S122098; Darlow & Moule (Rev. 1968), 158] Provenance: Inscription to final leaf of Revelation reads: “This buik apperteins to Johne Duncane”; Sir William Fettes Douglas, sold as lot 399 in the sale of his books on 7th December 1891; Ownership signature of John Glasse, Reverend of Greyfriars Tolbooth & Highland Kirk, Edinburgh, to endpaper verso beneath inscription; thence by descent. Note: Known as the ‘Bassandyne Bible’, after the Edinburgh printer Thomas Bassandyne, this was “the first complete Bible to be printed in Scotland” [http://www.nls.uk/collections/rare‑books/collections/bibles]. Bassandyne had produced the New Testament in 1576, the title‑page bearing this date, and following his death in 1577, the Old Testament was added and the complete work published by Alexander Arbuthnot in 1579. £800‑1,200

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192 BIBLE IN ENGLISH – THE “GREAT SHE BIBLE”, 1611 The Holy Bible Conteyning the Old Testament and the New. London: Robert Barker, 1611. Second folio impression with “she” reading in Ruth 3:15 and ‘Judas’ for ‘Jesus’ in Matthew 26:36 (this error corrected by hand), 20th century embossed brushed calf, the remains of the contemporary 17th century binding in the same style accompany the book, lacking 15 leaves comprising the 13 initial and 2 final leaves (all replaced in facsimile), lacking map, some small rust‑holes on C6‑D3 slightly affecting engraved headers, some dust‑soiling throughout (particularly where thumbed to lower right corners) and light damp‑staining to several leaves, large closed tear to upper corner of Ll5 (c.12cm), hole to Qq6 with loss to a few words, Kkk1 badly torn with lower quarter to a third of the leaf lacking, almost‑closed tear to 2L1 (New Testament) with only slight loss to text, almost‑closed tear to Z1 (New Testament) reaching across the page with slight loss to some letters, with a similar tear to Z3, upper corner of 2A2 torn with some loss to text, with a similar tear to 2A4 [Darlow & Moule 309, the Genealogies without the large cut of the Royal Arms] Provenance: Genealogy of the Mosley family of Radford, dating from 1805‑1847, written to verso of Bbb3; this is continued to 1886 on the verso of Lll6; this is continued to 1951 on the verso of the New Testament title‑page £10,000‑15,000


38 Lyon & Turnbull 193 BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER, 1637‑36 The Booke of Common Prayer... for the Use of the Church of Scotland. Edinburgh: Robert Young, 1637, [2nd part: The Psalter. Edinburgh: Robert Young, 1636]. Folio, 2 parts in one volume, title printed in red and black within typographic border, black letter, woodcut initials, The Psalter ending on KK6 [KK6 without the catchword “Certaine”], 2 leaves (? from another edition) “Certaine godly prayers” loosely inserted, first 7 leaves repaired with corners renewed, some soiling and spotting, P1 torn without loss, P2 and P7 with slight marginal loss; bound with The Psalmes of King David, translated by King James. London: Printed by Thomas Harper, 1636; modern period‑style calf, brown morocco label, bookplate of Sir Archibald Dunbar of Northfield, Bart., loosely inserted, with early signatures of Isobell King, William King, Agnes King, Jean King, James King, Goreff King, Barbara Cumming and others, a few headlines slightly trimmed £800‑1,200 194 CALVIN, JEAN Divers Sermons of Master John Calvin... London: George Bishop, 1581. 8vo, title‑page detached, a few small marginal repairs, small hole to C8 slightly affecting text, some darkening to initial pages and to margins, dust‑soiling [ESTC S107259]; [bound with] [Idem] A Commentarie of M. John Calvine upon the Book of Joshue... London: George Bishop, 1578. 8vo, some soiling [ESTC S107374]; [Idem] A Commentarie on the Whole Epistle to the Hebrewes. London: Arthur Johnson, 1605. 8vo, lacking final 8pp. from table, some tears to table with loss to text, some marginal worming, some darkening and soiling [ESTC S107380]; uniformly bound in later half calf, upper covers detached, rubbed (2) Provenance: Each book with calligraphic inscriptions of Robert Storey of Bongate £250‑350 195 HOLY BIBLE, ENGLISH, 1631 [London, Robert Barker, 1631 (date taken from end of Psalms/Godly Prayers), 8vo., woodcuts, N.T. title within woodcut border, modern calf, lacking O.T. title and possibly a subsequent leaf, some dampstaining, some sidenotes cropped, O.T. ends on QQ7, Psalms following N.T. ending on G5, £200‑300

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196 HOLY BIBLE, ENGLISH, 1685 The Holy Bible... London/Oxford: Thomas Guy, 1685. Small 12mo., contemporary floral blind tooled red morocco, A3 torn with loss to text, occasional other small tears with some loss to text, some writing in pencil and ink, especially to New Testament title‑page, lacking clasps, covers rubbed with slight worming [ESTC R30795]; [bound with] The Book of Common Prayer... London/Oxford: Thomas Guy, 1686. Small 12mo, ESTC R172846 but with a slightly variant collation of A‑F12, title‑page soiled with some chips affecting text, a few chips affecting text throughout; incomplete Psalms at rear of volume £100‑150 197 HUME, DAVID Essays, Moral and Political. London: A. Millar, 1748. Third edition 12mo., bookplate of James Kelly dated 1780, original calf with ribbed spine, edges of text block speckled, cover edges and joints worn £150‑250

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198 LUTHER, MARTIN Der Erste (‑Achte) Teil aller Bücher und Schrifften. Jena: Thomas Rebart (vol. 3: Donatus Richtzenhan), 1572‑1586; Kirchner, Timotheus Index oder Register über die Acht Deudsche Tomos, erste und anderen drucks, aller Bücher und Schrifften des Martini Lutheri. Jena: Thomas Rebart, 1583; 9 volumes in 8, folio (30 x 18.8 cm.), title‑pages in red and black, woodcut illustrations and initials, contemporary German blind‑stamped pigskin over wooden boards, centrepiece with the arms of Ludwig III, duke of Württemberg (1554‑1593) and dated 1587, clasps, some browning, a few wormholes in both text (mostly marginal) and boards, a few page edges chipped, extremities rubbed, binding of volume 4 slightly worn Provenance: Salomon Pfister, deacon of Marbach, inscription dated 1721; Robert Lenkiewicz; Appleby Castle Library, Appleby Castle, Westmorland.

200 TURIN‑MAILÄNDER‑STUNDENBUCH, LES HEURES DE TURIN‑MILAN, THE TURIN‑MILAN HOURS Lucerne, Faksimile Verlag Luzern, 1994. 4to. number 830 of 980 facsimile copies numbered in Arabic numerals, bound in embossed green velour gilt with green watered silk endpapers by Burkhardt in Mönchaltorf, Zurich, with commentary volume bound in green velour, both contained in a clear plexiglass case Provenance: Appleby Castle Library, Appleby Castle, Westmorland £1,000‑1,200

£3,000‑5,000 199 QUR’AN – KORAN, IN ENGLISH The Alkoran of Mahomet, translated out of Arabique into French, by the Sieur Du Ryer, Lord of Maleziar, and Resident for the King of France, at Alexandria. And newly Englished… London, 1649. 8vo, lacking final 18 pages (comprising the final leaf of The Life and Death of Mahomet and Ross’s Caveat), upper cover and spine lacking, lower cover worn and chipped [ESTC R200453] £200‑300

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201 201 BUCKHAM, CAPTAIN ALFRED Sunshine, Wind and Smoke, Edinburgh. c. 1920, silver gelatin print, 45.5 x 38cm, pencil signature and caption on mount, some silvering and a little fading, board stuck to mount, mount chipped £400‑600 202 BUCKHAM, CAPTAIN ALFRED G. First World War albumen print, 30 x 38cm, showing Battleships in the Firth of Forth, with the Forth Rail Bridge in the background and the silhouette of a plane, signed to mount by Buckham, with faint writing to reverse, slightly faded £150‑250

203 DUKES OF HAMILTON – CARTE‑DE‑VISITE ALBUM 118 cartes‑de‑visite, 3 cabinet cards, 14 albumen prints relating to the Dukes of Hamilton, probably compiled by Lady Mary Victoria Douglas‑Hamilton (1850‑1922), including photographs by Disdéri, Camille Silvy, Henry Peach Robinson, Alexander Bassano, Serge Levitsky, John Mayall and Thomas Annan, 19th century embossed morocco album, some fading and occasional light foxing, clasp broken, rubbed Provenance: From a private collection, purchased in Florence in 1968 Note: The album seemingly once belonged to a member of the immediate family of William Douglas‑Hamilton, 11th Duke of Hamilton (1811‑1863). It was probably compiled by his daughter, Lady Mary Victoria Douglas‑Hamilton (1850‑1922), who married Prince Albert I of Monaco in 1869. That marriage was annulled ten years later and she subsequently married the Hungarian nobleman Tasziló Festetics de Tolna. Among her descendants are Prince Rainier III of Monaco, the fashion designer Prince Egon von Fürstenberg, the socialite and actress Princess Ira von Fürstenberg and the Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Karel Schwarzenberg. The album contains eight portraits of Lady Mary Victoria, including an engagement portrait taken with her first husband, Prince Albert I of Monaco. Among the other members of her family represented in the album are her father, the 11th Duke of Hamilton (7); her mother, Princess Marie Amelie of Baden (2); her brother, the 12th Duke of Hamilton (2); her younger brother, 7th Earl of Selkirk (1); her cousin, Lady Susan Vane‑Tempest (8); her cousin, the 6th Duke of Newcastle (7); his wife, the Duchess of Newcastle (8); and their son, the 7th Duke of Newcastle (2). Lady Susan Vane‑Tempest (1839‑1875), daughter of the 5th Duke of Newcastle, was for several years a mistress of the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII). Fearful of a scandal, he distanced himself from her when she bore his illegitimate child in 1871. Nothing is known of the baby’s subsequent fate. Lady Susan died four years later, aged only 35. The album also contains a number of views of Hamilton Palace, the Hamilton Mausoleum, and Brodick Castle. There are also several reproductions of works of art depicting Lady Mary Victoria’s ancestors: the notorious William Beckford: his wife Lady Margaret Gordon: and their daughter, Susan Euphemia Beckford, who married the 10th Duke of Hamilton in 1810. £800‑1,200 204 FRITH, FRANCIS Diamond Jubilee, c.1897, silver gelatin print, c.44 x 58cm, framed and glazed £100‑150

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205 ITALY – RIVE, ROBERT AND OTHERS Rive, Robert – Palermo 21 photographs, between 1860 and 1890, each 20 x 25cm, mounted with ‘Robert Rive Naples’ blindstamps to mounts, also including a panorama, c.177cm, labelled F. Rocchini Photo, all contained in a red cloth album, some fading and dust‑soiling; Venice 18 photographs, each 20 x 25cm, mounted, blindstamp of Carlo Ponti to final mount, all contained in a red cloth album, some fading and a little soiling; Rome 60 photographs, between 20 x 25cm and 14 x 25cm, mounted onto both sides of the leaves with printed captions, many showing art, all contained in a red cloth gilt album, stamped ‘ROMA’; and another small album of Rome showing photo‑reproductions of engravings (4)

211 SOUTH AFRICA PHOTOGRAPHS – [ALEXANDER, SAMUEL, PUBLISHER] [Photographic Scenery of South Africa]. 4to., 100 photographic plates mounted on card, original pictorial morocco, lacks title and pp.5‑8, some spotting, worn, hinges broken

£300‑400 206 MARQUIS DE ROSTAING, EDINBURGH Holyrood Palace, albumen print , c.1860, 32 x 44cm, laid onto mount, image signed in purple ink, captioned to mount, also captioned on the negative with the ‘H’ of Holyrood slightly trimmed £1,200‑1,500 207 MARQUIS DE ROSTAING, HAMILTON PALACE Hamilton Palace près Glasgow, albumen print, c.1860, 32.5 x 41.5cm, laid onto mount, image signed in purple ink, captioned to mount

£200‑300 212 VON GLOEDEN, BARON WILHELM Young Boy with Flute, salt print, c.1910?, c.27 x 36cm, signed Gloeden to the negative, framed and glazed, faded, area around signature chipped away £80‑120 213 WORLD WAR I, BATTLESHIPS, GLASS PLATE NEGATIVES 55 glass plate negatives, each 12 x 16cm, showing First World War battleships and sailors £200‑300 214 [§] STEINER, ALBERT Lärchen im Rauhreif, silver gelatin print, 22 x 17cm, laid‑down, signed and titled to mount, framed and glazed £2,000‑3,000

£1,200‑1,500 208 MARQUIS DE ROSTAING, ISLE OF ARRAN Duggery Lodge, Ile d’Arran, albumen print, c.1860, 32.5 x 44cm, laid onto mount, captioned to mount in Rostaing’s hand, unsigned £1,000‑1,500 209 MARQUIS DE ROSTAING, ISLE OF ARRAN King’s Cove, Grotte de Robert Bruce, Ile d’Arran albumen print, c.1860, 37 x 29cm, laid onto mount, captioned to mount in Rostaing’s hand, unsigned £1,000‑1,500 210 MARQUIS DE ROSTAING, ISLE OF ARRAN Marée Basse (Ile d’Arran) Ecosse, albumen print, c.1860, 35 x 42.5cm, laid onto mount, unsigned, captioned in pencil to mount in Rostaing’s hand £1,000‑1,500 214


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SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS & MEDICINE 215 BAKER, HENRY Employment for the Microscope... London: R. and J. Dodsley, 1764. Second edition, 8vo, 17 folding plates, contemporary calf with gilt number 2 to spine, bookplate, occasional spotting and a little marginal darkening to initial leaves, upper cover detached, lower joint split, spine chipped [ESTC T90179]; [Idem] The Microscope Made Easy... London: R. and J. Dodsley, 1754. Fourth edition, 8vo, 16 plates, contemporary calf [ESTC T90181] (2) £200‑300 216 BOYLE, ROBERT – SHAW, PETER The Philosophical Works of the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq. London: W. Innys, R. Manby [&c.], 1738. Second edition, 3 volumes, 4to., engraved portrait, 13 folding engraved plates, with final blank leaf at end of volume 2, contemporary calf, joints partly cracked, a clean set £700‑1,000 217 COAL MINING AND GEOLOGY, A COLLECTION, INCLUDING DUNN, M. A Treatise on the Winning and Working of Collieries. Newcastle, 1852. 13 plates and plans (1 folding), original cloth; [Holland, John] The History and Description of Fossil Fuel, the Collieries, and Coal Trade of Great Britain. 1835.First edition, original cloth; Mantell, G.A. The Medals of Creation. 1844. 2 volumes, plates, original red cloth gilt; Mantell, G.A. The Wonders of Geology. 1848. Sixth edition, 2 volumes, frontispiece, illustrations, original cloth, slightly soiled; Bryce‑Wright’s Catalogue of Mineralogical, Geological, Conchological & Archaeological Specimens. 8vo, plates, some coloured, original cloth; Anderson, J. The Course of Creation. 1850. 8vo, original cloth; Taylor, J. Geological Essays. 1864, original cloth; Hull, E. The Coal‑Fields of Great Britain. 1861. 8vo, original cloth; Archier, M. A Sketch of the History of the Coal Trade of Northumberland and Durham. Part 1 (all published), with ALS from the author loosely inserted, original cloth; Greenwell, G.C. A Glossary of Terms used in the Coal Trade of Northumberland and Durham. 1888. 8vo, half calf; Duff, Joseph Notes and Investigations of the Coal Fields... of South Durham. Bishop AUckland, 1885. 8vo, folding map, original cloth; Smiles, Samuel Robert Dick... geologist and botanist. 1878, presentation copy to J.S. Smiles; Woodward, H.B. The History of the Geological Society of London. 1908; and others, similar (quantity); sold as a collection not subject to return £300‑400

218 CUVIER, GEORGES, BARON Essay on the Theory of the Earth. Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1822. Fourth edition, 8vo, 5 (of 6) plates only, contemporary half calf with gilt label to spine, plates a little browned Provenance: Bookplate of the Honourable Donald Ogilvy £100‑150 219 DESCARTES, RÉNÉ Principia Philosophiae. Amsterdam: Daniel Elzevir, 1682. Fifth edition, 4to., engraved frontispiece portrait, 5 parts in one volume, [Principia Philosophiae; Specimina Philosophiae seu Dissertatio de Methodo; Passiones Animae; Meditationes de Prima Philosophia; Appendix continens Objectiones Quintas & Septimas]; front endpaper and half‑title heavily annotated in a contemporary hand, diagrams in text, contemporary panelled calf, a few lower corners dampstained at beginning, foot of spine rubbed £250‑350 220 HARRIS, JOHN Lexicon Technicum, or, an Universal English Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. London: J. Walthoe [&c.], 1736. Fifth edition, 2 volumes, folio, titles printed in red and black, 2 engraved frontispiece portraits and 21 (? of 22) plates, contemporary calf gilt, [ESTC T128553], neatly rebacked £400‑600 221 HUMPHRY DAVY & JAMES WATT – PARIS, J.A. The Life of Sir Humphry Davy. London, 1831, . First edition, 4to., frontispiece, folding facsimile plate, contemporary half calf; Williamson, George Memorials of the lineage, early life.... James Watt. Printed for the Watt Club, 1856. 4to, frontispiece, map, 7 plates, 6 facsimile plates, contemporary half morocco, ownership inscription erased from top right corner of title, a few light spots (2) £200‑250 222 LIZARS, JOHN System of Anatomical Plates… Edinburgh: Daniel Lizars, 1824. Folio, parts 1‑6 only with 54 hand‑coloured plates (a full set comprises 101 plates) and 2 advertising leaves, original parts in original wrappers, a little soiling, upper wrapper to part ii torn (6) £300‑400

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223 LIZARS, JOHN System of Anatomical Plates… Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, [1824]. Folio, atlas volume only with 101 plates, mostly hand‑coloured, contemporary half calf, occasional very slight darkening, occasional creasing, endpapers spotted, some rubbing to covers £800‑1,000 224 MARTIN, BENJAMIN A New and Compendious System of Optics. London: J. Hodges, 1740. 8vo, 34 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, some offsetting to plates, [ESTC T25333] £300‑350 225 MEDICINE, A QUANTITY INCLUDING Duncan, Andrew The Edinburgh New Dispensatory... Edinburgh, 1804. Second edition, 8vo, contemporary speckled calf; Walkley, Thomas, editor The Lancet, for MDCCCXLII‑XLIII. London, 1843. Volume 1 only, 8vo, contemporary half calf; Arnison, W.D. Anaesthetics: their History and Evolution. Newcastle‑on‑Tyne, 1895. 8vo; Townley, James Parturition Without Pain. London, 1863. Third edition, 8vo, original cloth; Drew, Mena Hints on Nursing. London, 1889. 8vo, original wrappers; Malleson, Major G.B. Florence Nightingale, a Lecture. Calcutta, 1865. 8vo, original wrappers; James, M. Prosser Sore Throat... London, 1846. Second edition, 8vo, original cloth; Waring, H.J. A Short History of St. Bartholemew’s Hospital, 1123‑1923. London, 1923. 8vo, original cloth; Jamieson E. B. Illustrations of Regional Anatomy. Edinburgh, 1947. Seventh edition, sections 2‑7, 8vo; Lord, Perceval B. Popular Physiology... London, 1834. 8vo; and a quantity of others, sold not subject to return (96) £400‑500

226 MICROSCOPES AND MICROSCOPY, A LARGE COLLECTION, C. 122 VOLUMES, INCLUDING BREWSTER, SIR DAVID A Treatise on the Microscope. Edinburgh, 1837. First edition, 8vo, 14 plates, original blindstamped cloth; Gould, C. The Companion to the Compound, Oxy‑Hydrogen, and Solar Microscopes. 1837. 6 plates (5 folding); Beck, Richard A Treatise on the Construction, Proper Use and Capabilities of Smith, Beck and Beck’s Achromatic Microscopes. 1865, 4to, 28 plates, original cloth; Joyce, J. Dialogues on the Microscope. 1812. 2 volumes, 12mo, quarter morocco; another edition, 1828, 2 volumes, 12mo, quarter morocco, rubbed; Brocklesby, J. Views of the Microscopic World. New York, 1851; Wythes, J.H. Curiosities of the Microscope. Philadelphia, 1852; Hannover, A. On the Construction and Use of the Microscope. 1853, 2 plates, hinge broken; Quekett, John A Practical Treatise on the use of the Microscope. 1855. Third edition; Beale, L.S. How to Work with the Microscope. 1857; Notcutt, W.L. A Handbook of the Microscope and Microscopic Objects. 1859, 2 copies, coloured plates, half calf and later cloth; Gosse, P.H. Evenings at the Microscope. [c.1860]; Wood, J.G. Common Objects Of the Microscope. 1861; another edition. 1861; Lankester, E. Half‑hours with the Microscope. [c.1865]; Suffolk, W.T. On Microscopical Manipulation. 1870; Clarke, L.L. Objects for the Microscope. 1871, 2 copies; Beale, L.S. How to Work with the Microscope. 1880; Davies, T. The Preparation and Mounting of Microscopic Objects. 1880; Coke, A.C. Studies in Microscopical Science. 1883. Vol. 1 only, coloured plates; Herrick, S.B. The Wonders of Plant Life under the Microscope. 1884; Cooke, M.C. Rust, Smut, Mildew & Mould. 1886; Martin, J.H. A Manual of Microscopic Mounting. 1878; Carpenter, W.P. The Microscope and its Revelations. 1901, 2 volumes; Naegeli, C. The Microscope in theory and practice. 1887; Bousfield, E.C. Guide to the Science Of Photo‑Micrography. 1892; The Annual Illustrated Annual of Microscopy. 1900. 4to, half calf; Wright, A.E. Principles of Microscopy. 1906; Spitta, E.J. Microscopy. 1907; Gage, S.H. The Microscope. 1908; Spiers, W. Nature through the Microscope. [c.1909]; Cross, M.I. & M.J.U. Cole Modern Microscopy. 1912; Zeiss. Zeiss Mikroskope und Nebenapparate. 1927; Disney, A.N. Origin and Development of the Microscope. 1928; Belling, J. The Use of the Microscope. 1930; Clay, R.S. The History of the Microscope. 1932; Gage, S.H. The Microscope. 1941; Cooke, Troughton & Simms Cooke Microscopes. [1947]; Wredden, J.H. The Microscope. 1947; Espinasse, M. Robert Hooke. 1956; Burrells, W. Microscope Technique. 1963; Ford, B.J. The Optical Microscope Manual. 1973; Bracegirdle, B. Microscopical Mounts and Mounters. 1998; mostly original cloth; and a large quantity of similar volumes (quantity) £500‑700 227 MICROSCOPES AND MICROSCOPY, A LARGE COLLECTION, INCLUDING MANTELL, G.A. Thoughts on Animalcules. 1846, coloured plates, original cloth; Wythe, J.H. The Microscopist. Philadelphia, 1851, frontispiece, original cloth gilt; another edition. London, 1877, original cloth; Goring, C.R. Microscopic Illustrations of Living Objects. 1838, 4 plates, 3 hand‑coloured; Lardner, D. The Microscope. 1856, 2 copies, original cloth; Hogg, Jabez The Microscope. 1858, 1861 and 1868, 3rd, 5th, 7th and 11th editions; Clarke, L.L. The Microscope. 1858, original cloth gilt; Pritchard, A. A History of Infusoria. 1861, 40 engraved plates; Griffith, J.W. An Elementary Text‑Book of the Microscope. 1864, coloured plates; Martin, J.H. Microscopic Objects figures and described. 1870, plates, original cloth; Ward, the Hon. The Microscope. [n.d.]; Griffith, J.W. The Micrographic Dictionary. 1875, green morocco gilt; Phinn, J. Practical hings on the selection and use of the Microscope. New York, 1877; Carpenter, W.B. Thee Microscope and its Revelations. 1856, 1857, 1862 and 1868, 4 copies, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th edition; Beale, L.S. How to work with the Microscope. 1880; Davis, G.E. Practical Microscopy. 1889; Malley, A.C. Photo‑Micrography. 1885, photographic plates; White, T.C. The Microscope and how to use it. 1893. mounted photographic plates, a few pages loose, original cloth; Barnard, J.E. Practical Photo‑Micrography. 1911; Beck, C. The Microscope. 2 parts. 1921‑24, original cloth; Spiers, F.S. The Microscope. 1920, original cloth; Hind, H.L. & W. Randles Handbook of Photomicrography. 1927; Belling, J. The Use of the Microscope. 1930; Beck, C. The Microscope. 1938; Marshall, E.E. Introduction to Crystal Optics. 1953; and others, similar; sold not subject to return £300‑400


44 Lyon & Turnbull 228 MICROSCOPY, A LARGE COLLECTION INCLUDING PRITCHARD, ANDREW The Microscopic Cabinet of Select Animated Objects... London, 1832. 8vo, 13 plates (including 10 hand‑coloured), later calf with red morocco gilt label to spine, endpapers renewed, a little light browning and offsetting; [Idem] The Natural History of Animalcules... London: Whittaker & Co., 1834. 8vo, 7 plates, uniform binding, plates somewhat spotted, a little splitting to hinges towards the rear of the book; [Idem] Microscopic Illustrations of Living Objects. London: Whittaker and Co., 1840. New edition, 8vo, with 2 notice slips and an advertising leaf , lacking an initial leaf; bound with an 1841 edition of Animalcules, 16 plates in total in the book, incomplete, contemporary half calf, spotting; Quekett A Practical Treatise on the Use of the Microscope. 1848, plates, later cloth; Quekett’s Practical Treatise on the Use of the Microscope [vol. 6 of Library of Illustrated Scientific Works]. 1852, engraved plates, green half morocco gilt; Smith, W. A Synopsis of the British Diatomaceae. 1852, 2 volumes, plates, original cloth, some spotting; Wythes, J.H. The Microscopiest. Philadelphia, 1852, frontispiece, original cloth; Sanders, J.M. The Crystal Sphere. 1857, frontispiece, original cloth; Hogg, J. The Microscope. 1856, Second edition, plates, original cloth, slightly rubbed; Martin, J.H. Microscopic Objects. 1870, original cloth; Martin, J.H. A Manual of Microscopic Mounting. 1872, original cloth; Wilson, W.S. The Larvae of British Lepidoptera and their Food Plants. 1880. 40 coloured plates, contemporary green half morocco; Cole, A.C., editor Studies in Microscopical Science. 1883. vol. 1 ‑4. in original parts, 1882‑87, in modern folding cloth boxes; Hudson, C.T. The Rotifera. 1889. 2 volumes, 4to., coloured plates, maroon half morocco; Pringle, A. Practical Photo‑Micrography. 1902; Brady & Martin Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus. 1892, original cloth; Baker, C. Microscopes and Accessories 1935‑36, 4to., original wrappers; and others, similar; sold not subject to return £300‑400 229 NEEDHAM, JOHN TURBEVILLE Nouvelles Observations Microscopiques. Paris: L.E. Ganeau, 1750. 8vo, 8 folding engraved plates, contemporary calf, spine gilt £200‑250 230 NUCK, ANTONIUS Adenographia Curiosa et Uteri Foeminei Anatome nova. Leiden: J. Luchtmans, 1692. 8vo, [16 inc. engr. title], 152, [27], additional engraved title and 9 engraved plates (8 folding), contemporary calf, “St John’s College Oxford Sold by Order” stamp to front endpaper (& bookplate), rubbed, upper board nearly detached £150‑250 231 PARTON, JOHN Some Account of the Hospital and Parish of St. Giles in the Fields, Middlesex. London: Printed by Luke Hansard and Sons, 1822. 4to, engraved title‑page, plates as called for, contemporary calf gilt, a little offsetting, joints split, covers rubbed, spine chipped £200‑300

232 RADIO AND TELEVISION, A COLLECTION INCLUDING FLEMING, J.A. Introduction to Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony. 1924. 8vo, presentation copy from the author; Fleming, J.A. The Wonders of Wireless Telegraphy. 1913; MacGregor‑Morris, J.T. The Inventor the Valve.1904; presentation copy; Marconi The Marconi Book of Wireless. 1936; Jones, F.A Thomas Alva Edison. 1907; Turner, L.B. Wireless. 1931; Scott‑Taggart, J. The Book of Practical Radio. 1934; Harmsworth’s Wireless Encyclopedia. [n.d.], 3 volumes, 8vo; Dowding, G.V. Book of Practical Television. 1935, 2 copies; and others (a quantity) £150‑250 233 ROCKSTROH, HEINRICH Das Mikroskop. Berlin: Wilhelm Schüpperl, 1835. 8vo, 12 engraved plates, some hand‑coloured, original printed boards, some spotting and offsetting, rubbed £200‑250 234 ROYAL MICROSCOPICAL SOCIETY The Monthly Microscopical Journal. Transactions of the Royal Microscopical Society. 1869‑1958. A long run, comprising volumes 1, 3, 4‑18 in original green cloth, and, in original parts (complete unless stated otherwise), for 1878‑1896, 1913‑1918, 1922‑1934, 1936, 1937 (3 parts of 4), 1939‑40, 1944, 1950 (parts 3‑4 only), 1952, 1958 (parts 3‑4 only), 1969 (part 3 only); spines of parts slightly rubbed; and several duplicates; sold as a journal not subject to return £200‑300 235 SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, A QUANTITY INCLUDING Lecornu, J. La Navigation Aerienne. Paris: Librairie Nony & Co, 1903., 4to, half red Morocco; Dalton, John Meteorological Observations and Essays. London: Baldwin and Cradock, 1834. Second edition, 8vo., original cloth; The Royal Humane Society the Seventy‑Seventh Annual Report. The most approved and effectual methods for recovering persons apparently drowned or dead. London, 1851. 8vo., contemporary calf with panelled with gilt floral tooling and ink cross hatch decoration; Browne, W. H. Firework Making for Amateurs. London: L. Upcott Gill, 1888; Vernon‑Harcourt, L. F., Achievements in Engineering During the Last Half Century. London: Seeley and Co. Ltd, 1891. 8vo, calf; Gordon, J. E. H. A Practical Treatise on Electrical Lighting. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 1884. 8vo. cloth; Einstein, Albert The origins of the General Theory of Relativity. Glasgow: Jackson, Wylie and Co., 1933. 8vo, original wrappers, case; and a large quantity of others, sold not subject to return £300‑400 236 TENERIFE – ASTRONOMY – SMYTH, C. PIAZZI Teneriffe, an Astronomer’s Experiment. London: Lovell Reeve, 1858. First edition, 8vo, map, 20 photo‑stereographs by A.J. Melhuish, half‑title, 2 +24 +16 +3pp. advert. at end, original pictorial maroon cloth gilt, the binding a little damp‑soiled and marked, armorial bookplate of Henry Reginald Corbet £300‑400

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237 TRADE CATALOGUES – STANDARD CATALOGUE OF SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS. London: Baird & Tatlock, 1929. Volume 1: Chemistry; 1923. Volume 3: Biological Sciences; Henry Osborn Ltd. Catalogue No. 33. Tools and Machinery for Engineers and Woodworkers. 4to., [c.1929]; F.E. Becker & Co. Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue of Chemical & General Laboratory Apparatus. [1944], 4to, 24th edition; illustrations, original cloth; Worssam & Son, G.J. Catalogue. [c.1900]; John J. Griffin & Sons. Griffin’s Chemical Handicraft. [c.1920]; Frederick Jackson & Co. Ltd. Catalogue of Chemical and Physical Apparatus and Chemicals. [c.1908]; Max Kohl Aktiengesellschaft Chemnitz Physical Apparatus. [n.d.]; and C.Baker’s Classified list of second‑hand Scientific Instruments, 1938, wrappers (9) £100‑150

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240 BATES, HENRY WALTER The Naturalist on the River Amazons. London: J. Murray, 1863. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, folding engraved map, 9 engraved plates, 32pp. advertisements at end of volume 1, original brown cloth gilt, blindstamp to titles and bookplates of American Antiquarian Society, blank leaf before title holed, very slightly rubbed £700‑1,000 241 BEVERLEY, YORKSHIRE – POULSON, GEORGE Beverlac, or the Antiquities and History of the Town of Beverley. London, 1829. 2 volumes in 1, 4to., list of subscribers, 20 plates, 5 pedigrees (+ other illustrations, vignettes & pedigrees in the text, all complete), some on india paper, contemporary brown half morocco gilt, spine gilt, t.e.g., spotting to some plate margins £150‑200 242 CAMDEN, WILLIAM Britannia Abridg’d... London: Joseph Wild, 1701. 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispieces, 60 folding maps (of 61) only, contemporary calf, some dampstaining and occasional neat repairs, ownership signatures to free endpapers, joints splitting, rubbed, leather coming away from spine (2) £700‑1,000

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238 ABERDEEN, A COLLECTION OF 13 VOLUMES, INCLUDING KENNEDY, WILLIAM Annals of Aberdeen. London, 1818. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to., 1 folding plate, contemporary half calf, slight wear to joints; Selections from the Records of the Kirk Session, Presbytery and Synod of Aberdeen. Aberdeen: Spalding Club, 1846; Extracts from the Council Register of the Burgh of Aberdeen 1398‑1570 & 1570‑1625. Aberdeen, 1844‑48. 2 volumes, 4to.; Fasti Aberdonenses. Selections from the Records of the University and King’s College of Aberdeen 1494‑1854. Aberdeen, 1854. 4to., frontispiece; Registrum Episcopatus Aberdonensis. Edinburgh, 1845. 2 volumes, 4to., chromolithographed plates; Henderson, J.A. History of the Parish of Banchory‑Devenick. Aberdeen, 1890. 4to., number 34 of 50 large paper copies, with slip signed by the author tipped in, plates, folding map, original buckram, t.e.g., a trifle rubbed; Walker, R.S. James Beattie’s Day‑Book 1773‑1798. Aberdeen, 1948. 4to, plates, quarter cloth; Hamilton, H. Life and Labour on an Aberdeenshire Estate 1735‑1750. Aberdeen, 1946, quarter cloth; [Aberdeen] Epistolare in usum ecclesiae cathedralis Aberdonensis. Edinburgh, 1924. 4to., original buckram, dustwrapper frayed; Burns, Robert The Songs & Poems. Edinburgh: T.N. Foulis, 1913. Large 8vo, plates, original buckram, t.e.g., upper hinge weak (13)

243 CAMDEN, WILLIAM Britannia, revised.. with large additions by Edmund Gibson. London: R. Ware [&c.], 1753. Third edition, 2 volumes, folio, titles printed in red and black, engraved portrait, 9 plates, and 50 maps (8 general, 42 county maps), contemporary calf, armorial bookplate of Sir John E. Swinburne Bart. of Capheaton, head of spines worn £700‑900

£200‑300 239 AUSTRALIA Glimpses of Australia. Melbourne...: Gordon & Gotch, 1897. Oblong 4to., 2 volumes in one, contemporary brown half morocco, neatly rebacked, a few page numbers trimmed Provenance: Calligraphic presentation inscription to flyleaf reading: Presented to Mother Mary of St. Domitilla, Assistant General, by the Ex‑Pupils of St. Euphrasia’s Convent Day School, on the occasion of her first visit to Abbotsford, Melbourne, Jan. 27th 1901 £200‑300

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247 247 COAL MINING, NORTHUMBERLAND & DURHAM‑ FORDYCE, WILLIAM A History of Coal, Coke, Coal Fields, Progress of Coal mining... Iron, its ores and processes of Manufacture London: Sampson Low, 1860. First edition, large folio, presentation copy inscribed by the author to Robert Henry Allen Esq., in a presentation binding, large folding hand‑coloured map, 32 steel engraved views, and 2 tables printed in red and blue, plates with tissue guards, contemporary red morocco gilt, with green morocco lettering piece on cover and spine, gauffered edges, watered silk endpapers, some spotting, lightly rubbed £400‑500 244

244 CARTWRIGHT, GEORGE A Journal of Transactions and Events during a Residence of Nearly Sixteen Years on the Coast of Labrador. Newark: Allin and Ridge, 1792. 3 volumes, 4to., frontispiece, 3 folding maps, 15pp. Poetical Epistle, modern green half morocco gilt with red morocco gilt labels to spines some occasional foxing, folding maps in volumes 2 & 3 repaired, occasional ink stains, mainly to fore‑edges, some light dampstaining to map in volume 3, occasional light dust‑soiling, a little rubbing to spine labels [ESTC T133714] (3)

248 COLQUHOUN, PATRICK A Treatise on the Wealth, Power and Resources of the British Empire. London: J. Mawman, 1814. First edition, 4to., modern quarter calf, a2 and b1 strengthened in inner margin £150‑200

£2,000‑3,000 245 [CHAMBERS, WILLIAM] Glenormiston, first paper. [N.p.,] Printed for Private Use, 1849. 8vo, map and double‑page plan, inscribed on the front free‑endpaper: James Simpson Esquire, with kind regards of W. Chambers, July 27. 1850, original green boards, bookplate, a little browning and soiling, covers rubbed, spine mostly lacking Provenance: Bookplate of Whiteford Mackenzie; sold by Eilliam Dunlop Bookseller, Edinburgh, in 1927, along with another book, for 5 shillings and sixpence £80‑120 246 CLERK, JOHN A Series of Etchings, Chiefly of Views in Scotland. Edinburgh: Bannatyne Club, 1855. Folio, portrait and 57 plates (including several tinted lithographs and the two ‘additional’ plates), contemporary red quarter morocco with original label to upper cover, a little offsetting from portrait to title‑page, some rubbing to covers £800‑1,200

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 47 249 COOK, JAMES, CAPTAIN Captain Cook’s Voyages Round the World. Newcastle: Printed by M. Brown, 1790. 2 volumes, 8vo, portrait, map and 49 plates, contemporary calf rebacked with modern spines, some offsetting and darkening, a little marginal worming to volume 1 and slight worming to boards, front free‑endpaper of volume 2 repaired, covers a little rubbed [ESTC N26645] (2) Provenance: Ownership signature of J. Fishburn to title‑pages. £500‑700 250 COUNTY AND TOWN GUIDES, A COLLECTION INCLUDING JENKINS, A. The History and Description of the City of Exeter. Exeter, 1806. 8vo, 2 maps, plan, 7 plates, original boards, uncut, upper joint split; Woolmer, E., printer A Concise Account of the City of Exeter. Exeter, 1821. 12mo., original boards with printed label, uncut, rubbed; Birdsall, James, publisher The History of Northampton. Northampton, 1831, 12mo, frontispiece, contemporary quarter cloth; Carrington, H.E. The Plymouth and Devonport Guide. Devonport, 1830. 12mo., 4 plates, list of subscribers, original cloth, rubbed; Moncrieff Moncrieff’s Guide to Leamington Spa. Leamington, 1830. 12mo., 2 maps, 10 plates, original quarter cloth; Slatter, H., publisher The Oxford University and City Guide. Oxford, 1827. 12mo, folding map and 8 plates, original wrappers, slightly rubbed; Rees, W.J. The Hereford Guide. Hereford, 1827. 12mo., engraved plates, original cloth; Fosbrooke, T.D.The Wye Tour or Gilpin on the Wye. Ross, 1818. 12mo, frontispiece and 2 plates, original boards, uncut, slightly rubbed; Deighton, J, publisher A Guide through the University of Cambridge. Cambridge, 1820. 12mo, folding plan, original boards with paper label, uncut, rubbed; Rooke, O. The Channel Islands. 1856. 8vo, original pictorial cloth gilt; Croydon, E., publisher The Handbook for Torquay. Torquay, 1854. 8vo, original cloth, head and tail of spine worn (11)

255 252 [DALZELL, RONALD,] EARL OF CARNWATH Loyal Rulers and Leaders of the East. London: Zaehnsdorf, 1922. 4to, publisher’s brown morocco with elaborate gilt decoration, blue silk endpapers and gilt doublures, pp.468‑9 browned, some marginal browning and occasional slight marginal staining, upper cover detached, lower joint split, some loss to leather on spine and covers £250‑350 253 DURHAM – MACKENZIE, ENEAS & M. ROSS An Historical, Topographical and Descriptive View of the County Palatine of Durham. Newcastle upon Tyne: Mackenzie & Dent, 1834. 2 volumes, 4to., map and 19 engraved plates, list of subscribers, contemporary green half calf, morocco labels, joints rubbed or partly split

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251 COUNTY DURHAM & DARLINGTON, 5 VOLUMES, INCLUDING LONGSTAFFE, W.H.D. The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Darlington. 1854. Large 8vo, 11 engraved plates, pedigrees, red morocco gilt by Riviere, g.e.; Sharp, Sir Cuthbert A History of Hartlepool. Durham: F. Humble, 1816. presentation copy from the author, 8vo, engraved title, 19 engraved plates (2 folding, 3 coloured), double‑page pedigree, errata leaf, original boards, uncut, rubbed at head of spine; Sopwith, T. An Account of the Mining Districts of Alston Moor, Weardale and Teesdale, in Cumberland and Durham. Alnwick, 1833. Signed by the author on title, coloured engraved map, adverts. at end, original cloth; [Teesdale] A Glossary of Provincial Words used in Teesdale. 1849, 12mo, plan, original cloth; Wallace, W. Alston Moor. 1890, plates, original cloth (5)

254 ENGLISH LAKE DISTRICT, A COLLECTION, INCLUDING ALLISON, J., PRINTER Allison’s Northern Tourist’s Guide to the Lakes. Penrith, 1837. 8vo, folding engraved map, original pictorial cloth; Otley, Jonathan A Concise Description of the English Lakes. Keswick, 1834. 12mo, folding map, illustrations, original cloth, binding slightly soiled/faded; Black, A. & C. Black’s Picturesque Guide to the English Lakes. Edinburgh, 1844. 8vo, maps (1 folding) & plates, original red cloth gilt, rubbed; another edition. 1858, original cloth gilt; Garnett, J., publisher The Tourist’s Atlas of the Lake District. Windermere, [c.1854], 8vo, maps (1 in pocket), plates, original cloth; Postlethwaite, J. Mines and Mining in the Lake District. Leeds, 1889. 8vo, folding map, plates, original cloth; Crowther, J., publisher The unrivalled Album of ... Views of Grassington, Upper Wharfedale. Grassington, [c.1870]; Otley, J. A Correct Map of the Lake District. Keswick, c.1837. hand‑coloured folding map, original slipcase; Bicknell, P. The Picturesque Scenery of the Lake District 1752‑1855. 1990. 4to., dustwrapper (9)

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£200‑300 255 FRÉMONT, BREVET CAPTAIN J.C. Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, in the year 1842... Washington: Senate Issue, Gales and Seaton, Printers, 1845. First edition, 8vo, 22 plates and 5 maps (3 folding, including 1 in rear pocket), original cloth, some foxing, spotting and slight discolouration, covers repaired and worn Provenance: Bookplate Robert H. Shearman and another, handwritten, bookplate, possibly reading S. Phelpps. £1,200‑1,800

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48 Lyon & Turnbull 256 GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND CHELTENHAM, SOMERSET, BATH AND BRISTOL, 10 VOLUMES INCLUDING [MOREAU, S.] A Tour to Cheltenham Sap. Bath, 1783. 12mo., original boards, rubbed; [Dyde, W.] The History and Antiquities of Tewkesbury. Tewkesbury, 1790. 8vo, half‑title, frontispiece, 3 plates, folding plan, contemporary half calf, rubbed; New edition of the Cheltenham Guide with Map and Views. [n.d.], 2 maps, frontispiece, 6 plates, advert at p.102, contemporary half calf, rubbed; Fosbroke, T.D. A Picturesque and Topographical Account of Cheltenham. Cheltenham, 1826. half‑title, folding plan, original boards, uncut; Lee, John, publisher A New Guide to Cheltenham. Cheltenham, [c.1840, 12mo, original cloth‑backed boards, spine cracking; Johnson, G.P., engraver Johnson’s New Historical and Pictorial Cheltenham and County of Gloucester Guide. Cheltenham, [c.1845], 12mo, 2 maps, 40 plates, original boards, rubbed; Black, A. & C. Black’s Guide to Gloucestershire. 1871, original cloth; Rutter, J. Delineations of the North Western Division of the County of Somerset. 1829. 8vo, frontispiece, 11 plates, 1 folding map, contemporary half calf; [Bath] The Original Bath Guide. Bath: Meyler & Son, [c.1838]. 12mo, folding map (small tear), engraved plates, original printed boards; Chilcott, J., publisher Chilcott’s New Guide to Bristol. Bristol, 1826, 12mo., frontispiece, 2 folding plans, original printed boards, uncut, upper joint split (10) £200‑300 257 GODFREY, JOHN, SANDLER, J., Gems of Scenery from Picturesque Europe. London: Cassell & Company, Limited, [n.d. but c.1885] Special edition, no. 55 of 300 copies, folio, 50 plates, contemporary green half morocco gilt, some rubbing £150‑200 258 GOLF – MAUGHAN, WILLIAM C. Picturesque Musselburgh. Paisley: A. Gardener, [1906]. First edition, 8vo, plates, original cloth, dustwrapper slightly frayed, occasional spotting, endpaper inscribed “W.D. Anderson Dec. 26 1915 with best wishes for his birthday”, endpapers a bit discoloured and spotted £300‑400 259 HALL, CAPTAIN BASIL Forty Etchings, from Sketches made with the Camera Lucida in North America. Edinburgh: Cadell & Co., 1829. 4to, folding hand‑coloured map, 40 engravings on 20 sheets, original paper‑covered boards, some slight internal spotting and browning, some rubbing and chipping to covers and spine, joints splitting £500‑600

260 260 HAWKESWORTH, JOHN An Account of the Voyages undertaken by the Order of his Present Majesty for Making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere. London: W. Strahan; and T. Cadell, 1785. Third editions, 4 volumes, 8vo, 2 folding maps, 9 folding plates, contemporary tree calf rebacked with modern spines, facsimile title‑page in volume 3 [ESTC T165111] (4) £500‑700 261 HUGHES, THOMAS SMART Travels in Sicily, Greece and Albania. London: J. Mawman, 1820. First edition, 4to., 2 volumes, [xii, [2], 532; viii, 393], 3 maps and plans [2 folding], 12 engraved and aquatinted plates, contemporary calf, gilt, morocco labels, armorial bookplates of the Earl of Lovelace, upper hinge of volume 1 partly split, lightly rubbed £350‑550 262 INDIA – 6 ARCHITECTURAL WATERCOLOURS, COMPANY SCHOOL each 24.5 x 19.5cm, showing the Taj Mahal and other buildings in Agra, several sheets watermarked 1834, some light browning and a few marginal tears, framed and glazed (6) £400‑600 263 INDIA – DOW, ALEXANDER The History of Hindostan. London: Vernor and Hood, 1803. ‘New edition’, 3 volumes, 8vo, folding map, 7 plates, contemporary half calf, hole to pp.373‑4 of volume 2 with loss to some letters, bookplates, some foxing £150‑250

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 49 264 INDIA – NOLAN, E.H. The History of the British Empire in India and the East. London: James S. Virtue, [n.d.] 8 volumes, 8vo, 61 plates (of 63), 2 engraved titles and 8 double‑page maps, original red cloth gilt, some foxing, occasional tears and light wear to covers (8) £200‑300 265 KERR, MARK RALPH GEORGE, GENERAL Journal. 1841‑1889. London [Privately Printed, c.1889]. 4to., presentation copy to Charles Trefusis, 79 plates, with an ALS to the editor of the Lowndes Square Chronicle, 2 small sketches & 1 small watercolour sketch of a game of football, loosely inserted, spine gilt, g.e., a trifle rubbed £300‑400 266 KINGSTON UPON HULL – TICKELL, JOHN The History of the Town and County of Kingston upon Hull. Hull: T. Lee & Co., 1798. First edition, 4to., folding frontispiece, engraved title and 17 plates and plans, some folding, contemporary calf tooled in gilt and blind, spine gilt, red morocco label, the Syston Park copy with bookplate, spine very neatly repaired, a clean copy £150‑200 267 LABORDE, ALEXANDRE L. J., COMTE DE Voyage Pittoresque et Historique de l’Espagne. Paris, 1806. Folio, a portion of the work only with frontispiece and 77 plates on 61 leaves only, lacking half‑title but engraved title, introduction pp.iii‑x and pp. 1‑72 present, modern half calf with red morocco and gilt label to spine by the Lancaster University Library Bindery, with repair and conservation notes from the bindery, custom box, some soiling and a little dampstaining throughout, several plates sensitively but extensively repaired; with 5 loose plates, some additional to those bound into book, two with the stamps of the Forbes Library, MA., and one with the stamp of Chelsea Public Library £800‑1,000 268 LABORDE, ALEXANDRE L. J., COMTE DE 10 hand‑coloured engravings of Spanish scenes: Segunda vista del Palacio de Augusto, 27.5 x 37cm; Vista de Tarragona, 36.5. x 45.5; Vista de Gerona, 36 x 43.5; Ciudad y Castillo de Cardono, y Montañas de Sal, 34.5 x 45cm; Vista general de Lerida, 38.5 x Vista del Puente de Monistrol, 38 x 53cm; Vista General del Monasterio de Poblet, 39 x 52.5cm; Vista del Puente de Lladone, 40 x 52.5cm; Vista exterior de la Catedral, y del Claustro de Tarragona, 39.5 x 55cm; many from larger sheets which have been halved, some browning and light foxing

268 269 LEEDS – THORESBY, RALPH Ducatus Leodiensis: or the Topography of the ancient town and parish of Leedes. Leeds: Ribson, Son & Holdsworth, 1816. Second edition, 2 volumes, folio, 2 engraved portrait frontispieces and 61 (of 62) plates (apparently lacking plate of “Gledhow”), 2 coloured, engraved illustrations in text, woodcut vignette on india paper on title‑pages, 28 genealogies, contemporary blue morocco gilt, sides elaborately tooled in gilt, g.e., upper joints slightly split at head, a couple of scrapes to sides £300‑400 270 LEEDS – THORESBY, RALPH Ducatus Leodiensis, or the Topography of the ancient and populous Town and Parish of Leedes. Second edition, edited by T.D. Whitaker. Leeds: Robinson, Son & Holdsworth, 1816. 2 volumes, large folio, titles with vignette on india paper, 64 plates (2 hand‑coloured) and 29 pedigrees (26 folding), contemporary light brown half morocco gilt, marbled sides a little rubbed, book label of Sir Wm. Chaytor, Bart. £200‑300

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50 Lyon & Turnbull 271 LINCOLN – HOWLETT, BARTHOLOMEW A Selection of Views in the County of Lincoln. London: W. Miller, 1805. First edition, 4to., large paper copy (340 x 270mm.), list of subscribers, engraved title vignette, engraved dedication, hand‑coloured map, 53 plates, vignettes, contemporary diced calf, gilt, neatly rebacked, spine gilt, corners rubbed £200‑300 272 LINCOLNSHIRE, 2 VOLUMES, COMPRISING TURNOR, EDMUND Collections for the History of the Town and Soke of Grantham. London: W. Miller, 1806. First edition, 4to., large paper copy (338 x 267mm.), hand‑coloured map and 8 plates, modern period style half calf gilt retaining original marbled sides, a little spotting; Weir, George Historical and Descriptive Sketches of the Town and Soke of Horncastle. London, 1820. First edition, 4to., large paper copy (350 x 275mm.), 8 engraved plates, vignettes, contemporary red half calf gilt, some spotting, rubbed (2) £200‑300 273 LINCOLNSHIRE, A LARGE COLLECTION, INCLUDING GOUGH, R. The History and Antiquities of Croyland‑Abbey in the County of Lincoln. 1783. 4to., engraved plates, extra‑illustrated with additional plates and a pen and ink sketch, signed “J. Buck delin.”; Stark, Adam The History of Lincoln. Lincoln, 1810. 12mo., frontispiece & 14 plates, quarter calf, rebacked; Yeoman, Thomas The Report of Thomas Yeoman, Engineer, concerning the Drainage of the North Level of the Fens. [No printer or publisher, 1769], 4to., folding chart, ?original wrappers; Pegge, S. Memoirs of the Life of Roger de Weseham, Dean of Lincoln. 1761, 4to., title dust‑soiled, 2 works in one volume, contemporary half calf, rebacked retaining spine, corners rubbed; [Taylor and Hessey, publishers] The History of Lincoln. Lincoln, 1816. 8vo, frontispiece & 3 plates, original boards, uncut, joints splitting, head and base of spine worn; Weir, George Historical and Descriptive Sketches of the Town and Soke of Horncastle. 1822. Second edition, engraved plates, contemporary suede, title & frontispiece loose, head of spine worn, joints splitting; Stark, Adam The History and Antiquities of Gainsburgh. 1817. 8vo, folding map, 4 plates, folding genealogy, near contemporary cloth, original label on spine, uncut, slightly spotted; Creasey, J. Sketches, illustrative of the Topography and History of New and Old Sleaford. Sleaford, 1825, list of subscribers, plates and illustrations, original boards, uncut, some spotting, rebacked; Oldfield, Edmund A Topographical and Historical Account of Wainfleet. 1829. 8vo, 7 plates, vignettes, contemporary quarter cloth, uncut; Walker, N. & T. Craddock. The History of Wisbech. Wisbech, 1849. 8vo, engraved plates, folding plan, original decorative cloth gilt; Thompson, P. The History and Antiquities of Boston. Boston, 1856. plates, green morocco, spine gilt; Fletcher, T.C. Read’s History of the Isle of Axholme. Epworth, 1858. Hand‑coloured folding plans, plates, contemporary diced calf, upper joint splitting; [Bowstead R.] The very extraordinary case of a Clergyman, in consequence of an inclosure. Hull: Goodwill and Lawson, [?1834], 12mo., hand‑coloured plan, disbound, clean; [Boston & Fens, pamphlets] a Collection of 16 pamphlets, most with Lynn or Boston imprints, a few with wrappers, bound in one volume, supposedly from the collection of Pishey Thompson the Boston historian, c.1812‑1851, contemporary half calf; [Bayley, R.S.] Notitiae Ludae, or Notices of Louth. Louth, 1834. 8vo, folding plan & 5 plates, original boards, plan loose, rubbed, spine slightly split; Ball, H.W. The Social History and Antiquities of Barton‑upon‑Humber. Barton‑upon‑Humber, 1856. 8vo, plates, original cloth; Trollope, E. Sleaford. 1872. 8vo, plates, illustrations, original cloth gilt; Hall, J.G. Notices of Lincolnshire. Hull, 1890, 8vo, coloured plates, original cloth; Walcott, M.E.C. Memorials of Stamford. Stamford, 1867, engraved plates, original cloth; Tomlinson, J. The Level of Hatfield Chace and parts Adjacent. Doncaster, 1882. Folio, plates, original cloth, t.e.g.; and 10 more modern volumes relating to Lincolnshire (27) £500‑700

275 274 LIZARS, W.H. Eight Engravings of the Ruins Occasioned by the Great Fires in Edinburgh… Edinburgh: A. Constable, [1824]. Folio, 8 engravings, original wrappers, some slight creasing, torn open along spine £200‑300 275 MACCULLOCH, JOHN A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland, including Isle of Man. London: Archibald Constable and Co., 1819. 3 volumes, 8vo & 4to, 33 plates and 10 maps, 9 of them hand coloured, original boards, some chipping to spines, text blocks split (3) £300‑400 276 MARSHALL, [WILLIAM] The Rural Economy of the West of England, including Devonshire; and parts of Somersetshire, Dorsetshire and Cornwall... London: G. Nicol..., 1796. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, folding map, contemporary tree calf, bookplates of Joseph Radcliffe, some browning [ESTC T94233] (2) £120‑180 277 NAPOLEON – DE LAS CASES, COUNT Memorial de Sainte Hélène. Journal of the Private Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon at Saint Helena. London: Henry Colburn and Co., 1823. 4 volumes, 8vo, 2 frontispieces and 2 folding maps, modern quarter calf with vellum corners, a few pages with small holes and loss to a few letters Provenance: Blindstamps of Worcester Public Library £200‑300

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278 278 NEW ZEALAND – JAMES COWAN – MAORI PORTRAITS – GOTTFRIED LINDAUER Sketches of Old New Zealand. Maori Biographies. Descriptive Catalogue of Maori Portraits painted by Herr G. Lindauer. Auckland: Printed for H.E. Partridge, 1901. First edition, 8vo, vignette illustrations, original printed boards, a few spots to boards; Cowan, James Another copy of the same work, with 46 contemporary photographs of the original paintings pasted or tipped‑in throughout, photographs somewhat faded, occasional small areas of text adhering to image, notes in ink to endpapers and majority of portrait photographs identified to the verso in pencil or ink, publisher’s morocco, gilt lettered, spine perished, contents loose, with loosely inserted 1) a typed copy letter from St Louis, 24/11/1904 to Mr Partridge from F.E. Donne, informing the recipient of the Gold Medal awarded for his Maori paintings at the St. Louis World’s Fair, &c.; 2) copy on 3 leaves typed with picture titles and sizes, corresponding with the “Contents” list in Sketches of Old New Zealand 3) a typewritten letter to Mr U.F. McCabe from H.E. Partridge discussing the conditions under which, in the future, he might sell his collection; 4) folding pedigree of Kahungunu, on linen‑backed paper, [c.1940]; Centennial of the Treaty of Waitangi, 6 February 1940, Souvenir Programme. 1940, 8vo, wrappers, worn and detached Note: Gottfried Lindauer (1839‑1926) was a Czech and later a New Zealand artist famous for his portraits, especially that of the Maori. He moved to Auckland in the 1870’s where he met businessman Henry Partridge who, over 30 years, commissioned from Lindauer numerous portraits of eminent Maori, as well as large‑scale depictions of traditional Maori life and customs. Many prominent Maori chiefs commissioned his work, which accurately records their facial tattoos, clothing, ornaments and weapons. His life‑size portraits were exhibited by Sir Walter Buller at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, 1886, and in 1901 Partridge, Lindauer’s earliest and most important patron, opened a gallery in Auckland which featured 40 of Lindauer’s Maori portraits. By the time Partridge sold his Lindauer collection to the Auckland Art Gallery in 1915, there were 62 portraits. The historian James Cowan (1870‑1943), who wrote the descriptive catalogue of the exhbition, described the collection as ‘Unrivalled in the world’ and a record of the ‘old order’ which in his opinion ‘passed away forever’ with King Tawhiao’s death in 1894. £1,000‑1,500

279 NEWCASTLE AND NORTHUMBERLAND, 10 VOLUMES, INCLUDING BATES, C.J. The Border Holds of Northumberland. Newcastle, 1891. First edition, 4to., volume 1 (all published), one of only 15 4to. copies, subscribers’ names and limitation noted on original wrappers. 2 cancelled leaves, 6 cancelled plates and original wrappers bound in at end, plates and plans, errata slip, contemporary maroon half morocco, t.e.g.; Boyle, J.R. Vestiges of old Newcastle and Gateshead. Newcastle, 1890. 4to., frontispiece & 34 plates, modern maroon half morocco gilt; Richardson, M.A. The Local Historian’s Table‑Book, of Remarkable occurrences... connected with the counties of Newcastle‑upon‑Tyne, Northumberland and Durham. Newcastle, 1841‑42. 8 volumes, 8vo, woodcut vignettes, contemporary half calf gilt, morocco labels (10) £200‑300 280 NEWCASTLE AND NORTHUMBERLAND, 8 VOLUMES, COMPRISING Reid, D.B. Health of Towns Commission. Report on the State of Newcastle‑upon‑Tyne and other Towns. 1845, 8vo., 21 plates (19 folding, 20 coloured), half calf; [Pamphlets] 7 local pamphlets including Bruce, J.C. The Wall of Hadrian. Newcastle, 1874 and Carr‑Ellison, R. On the large Roman Altar, [c.1875], 2 albumen prints; half calf gilt; Hutton, W. The History of the Roman Wall. 1813. Second edition, 8vo, map and 9 plates, contemporary half calf; Garbutt, George A Historical and Descriptive View of the Parishes of Monkwearmouth & Bishopwearmouth and the Port and Borough of Sunderland. Sunderland, 1819. 8vo, engraved title, folding map, folding pedigree & 4 plates, half calf, joints splitting; [Bewick, Thomas] An Account of the Great Floods in the Rivers Tyne, Tees, Wear and Eden, &c. in 1771 and 1815. Newcastle: E. Charnley, 1818. [One of 300 copies], 12mo in 4s, wood‑engravings, 19th century half calf gilt; Oliver, Thomas A New Picture of Newcastle upon Tyne. 1831. 12mo, 2 folding plans, 1 folding plate, contemporary half calf, slightly rubbed; Glynn, E. Sketches of Oldminster. Newcastle, 1858. 8vo, 19th century half calf, rubbed; [Newcastle Water Supplies] Prospectus of an intended Joint Stock Company, to be called the Whittle Dean Water Company, and to be formed for the purpose of supplying the Towns of Newcastle Upon Tyne and Gateshead.. with pure water. Newcastle: printed at the Courant Office, 1845. 8vo, folding part‑coloured engraved plan, Rare; bound with 2 others, related, contemporary half cloth (8) £200‑300


52 Lyon & Turnbull 281 NEWCASTLE AND NORTHUMBERLAND, A COLLECTION, INCLUDING CHARNLEY, EMERSON, PUBLISHER An Account of the Great Floods in the Rivers Tyne, Tees, Wear, Eden. Newcastle, 1818, 12mo, woodcuts by Thomas Bewick, wrappers; [Davison, W.] The History of Alnwick, the County Town of Northumberland. Alnwick, 1813, signed by the author on title, original quarter cloth; Tunbelly, Tim The Letters. Newcastle, 1823, frontispiece, half calf; The River Committee Papers relating to the River Tyne. 1836, 8vo, original wrappers; Richardson, M.A. Richardson’s Descriptive Companion through Newcastle Upon Tyne. 1838, folding plan, original cloth; [Bruce, E. & T., publisher] A Guide to the Castle of Newcastle Upon Tyne. 1847, original cloth; Oliver, T. The Topographical Conductor or Descriptive Guide to Newcastle & Gateshead. 1851, folding plan, original cloth; [Routledge, G. ,publisher] A Record of the Great Fire in Newcastle and Gateshead. 1855, 8vo, original cloth, worn; Christie, John Christie’s Handy Guide to the places between Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. Newcastle, 1863; Bruce, J.C. Hand‑book to Newcastle‑on‑Tyne. 1863, folding map and plan, original cloth; Plummer, B. Newcastle‑Upon‑Tyne. 1874, plans and maps, several folding; and 14 others, related; sold not subject to return (c. 25 volumes)

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£250‑300 282 NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE – MACKENZIE, ENEAS A Descriptive and Historical Account of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Newcastle upon Tyne, 1827. First edition, 2 volumes in one, 4to., 15 engraved plates, illustrations, contemporary calf, black morocco label, upper joint cracking £150‑200 283 NEWCASTLE‑UPON‑TYNE – BRAND, JOHN The History and Antiquities of the Town and County of the Town of Newcastle upon Tyne. London: B. White & Son, 1789. First edition, 2 volumes, 4to., list of subscribers, engraved titles, portrait, folding plan, and 31 plates, early 20th century brown morocco, tooled in blind and gilt, uncut

287 PINKERTON, JOHN A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in all Parts of the World. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1808. 17 volumes, 4to., 197 leaves of plates, contemporary half calf gilt rebacked with modern morocco gilt spines, some foxing and offsetting, occasional slight rubbing to covers (17) £2,000‑3,000 288 PRIESTLEY, RAYMOND E. Antarctic Adventure, Scott’s Northern Party. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1914. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece, plates, 3 folding maps, original blue and silver cloth, foxing, endpapers renewed, covers rubbed and worn, spine faded

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284 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE – PECK, W. A Topographical Account of the Isle of Axholme, being the West Division of the Wapentake of Manley, in the County of Lincoln. Doncaster: for the author, 1815. First edition, volume 1 (all published), 4to., title within red woodcut border, 9 plates (3 coloured), modern brown half morocco gilt by Bayntun, spine gilt

289 PRIESTLEY, RAYMOND E. Antarctic Adventure, Scott’s Northern Party. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1914. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece, plates, 3 folding maps, reproduction blue and silver cloth gilt, endpapers renewed, lower margins trimmed, several Bradford Public Library stamps

£200‑250 285 NORTHUMBERLAND – MACKENZIE, ENEAS An Historical, Topographical and Descriptive View of the County of Northumberland. Newcastle, 1825. 2 volumes, 4to., 17 plates and maps (1 folding; only 15 called for), contemporary half calf, spines gilt; Bruce, J.C. The Hand‑Book to the Roman Wall. 1884. Second edition, 4to., 13 plates, folding map, contemporary half morocco, neatly rebacked retaining spine, t.e.g. Neasham, G. The History and Biography of West Durham. 1883. 4to., parts 1‑5 in one volume (all published), plates, later half calf gilt; Leeds Illustrated, 1892. 4to, original cloth; Scruton, W. Pen and Pencil Pictures of Old Bradford. Bradford, 1889. 8vo, modern half calf gilt (6) £200‑250

£180‑220 290 RAMSAY, PHILIP A. Views in Renfrewshire. Edinburgh: William H. Lizars, 1839. Folio, frontispiece and 30 plates (including the map), contemporary quarter morocco, some very light marginal dampstaining, a little wear and rubbing to covers and spine £150‑200 291 RUTTLEDGE, HUGH Everest 1933. 1934. First edition, 4 maps (3 folding), original cloth, dustwrapper, slight loss to foot of spine £200‑250

286 PEEBLESHIRE – BUCHAN, J.W., EDITOR A History of Peebleshire. Glasgow: Jackson, Wylie, 1925‑27. 3 volumes, 8vo, number 35 of 100 copies on hand‑made paper, plates, modern green quarter morocco gilt, t.e.g., uncut £150‑200

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292 292 SCORESBY, WILLIAM An Account of the Arctic Regions... Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co., 1820. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo., 2 frontispieces, 4 folding tables, 18 plates, 4 maps, contemporary half calf rebacked with modern spines, some foxing, browning and a few small marginal tears, tear to one leaf in volume 1 with slight loss to a meteorological table, covers slightly rubbed and chipped (2) Provenance: Bookplates of James Smith of Jordanhill, a Scottish merchant, antiquarian, architect, geologist and author of “Newer Pliocene” (1862) and “Voyage and Shipwreck of St Paul” (1848). Also with the purple ownership stamps of Jos. Lowrey. £500‑700

293 SCOTLAND, A COLLECTION INCLUDING Vindication of the Clanronald of Glengary… Edinburgh: W. & C. Tait, 1821. 8vo, contemporary calf; Criminal Trials, illustrative of the tale entitled “The Heart of Mid‑Lothian”…including particulars of the life of Captain John Porteous. Edinburgh, 1818. 8vo, original boards; Pinkerton, John An Enquiry into the History of Scotland… Edinburgh, 1814. 2 volumes, 8vo, lacking a map, modern red quarter morocco; McCrie, Thomas Life of Andrew Melville. Edinburgh, 1824. 8vo, 2 volumes bound as one, embossed green cloth; Highland Society of Scotland Prize Essays… Edinburgh, 1812. 2 volumes, second edition, 8vo, contemporary half calf; [Idem] Prize‑Essays… Edinburgh, 1829. 2 volumes, ‘New Series’, 8vo, contempoary half calf; Minute Book of the Board of Green Cloth, 1809‑1820… Glasgow: James Maclehose & Sons, 1891. 8vo, out‑of series copy of 150 copies, original blue cloth; Stewart, David Sketches of the Character, Manners and Present‑State of the Highlanders of Scotland… Edinburgh, 1825. Third edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf; and a collection of others, sold not subject to return (quantity) £300‑400 294 SCOTT, ROBERT FALCON ‑‑ SHACKLETON, ERNEST H. AND OTHERS, EDITORS South Polar Times. 3 volumes, volume 1 and 2 number 184 of 250 copies, volume 3 number 267 of 350 copies, numerous plates, maps and illustrations, some chromolithographed, after Herbert Ponting, Edmund Wilson and others, original pictorial blue cloth gilt, g.e., very slight offsetting from volume 1 & 2 frontispiece onto title, one leaf in volume 3 slightly stuck to another, some leaves becoming detached from gutter percha binding in volume 1‑2, some slight dampflecking to bindings, volume 2 very slightly rubbed (3) Note: An important work and a cornerstone of any Antarctic collection. “The owner of these volumes will possess an exact reproduction of the original ‘South Polar Times’ which appeared month by month during the winters of 1902‑3, produced as they were for the sole edification of our small company of explorers in the ‘Discovery’ then held fast in the Antarctic ice” (Robert F. Scott, from the Preface). £6,000‑8,000

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54 Lyon & Turnbull 295 SCOTTISH TOPOGRAPHY & HISTORY, 16 VOLUMES Slezer, John Theatrum Scotiae... Aberdeenshire: Heritage Press (Scotland), 1979. Folio, number 145 of 500 facsimile copies, original quarter calf gilt, slipcase, covers soiled; Moll, Herman A Set of Thirty Six New and Correct Maps of Scotland... Aberdeenshire: Heritage Press, 1980. Oblong folio, number 139 of 500 facsimile copies, original quarter calf, slipcase; Bartholomew, J.G. The Times Survey Atlas of the World. London: The Times, 1922. Folio, red cloth, worn; Groome, Francis H. Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland. London: William Mackenzie, [n.d.] ‘New Edition’, 6 volumes, 8vo, original blue cloth gilt; Webster, David A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland. Edinburgh: Peter Hill and Company, 1819. 8vo, cloth; Millar, A.H. Roll of the Eminent Burgesses of Dundee, 1513‑1886. Dundee, 1887. 4to, original quarter morocco gilt; Maxwell, Alexander The History of Old Dundee. Edinburgh: David Douglas/ Dundee: William Kidd, 1884. 8vo, original cloth gilt, rebacked; and 4 others, sold not subject to return (16) £150‑200 296 SCOTTISH TOPOGRAPHY AND HISTORY, 4 VOLUMES WITH ENGRAVINGS BY LIZARS, COMPRISING Crawfurd, George A General Description of the Shire of Renfrew… Paisley: J. Neilson, 1818. 4to, engravings, original boards; Morton, James The Monastic Annals of Teviotdale. Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, 1832. 4to, engravings, contemporary half calf; Bannatyne Club Registrum Cartarum Abbacie Tironensis de Kelso, 1113‑1567. Edinburgh, 1846. 4to, original half morocco; [Idem] The Black Book of Taymouth. Edinburgh, 1855. 4to, original cloth, bookplate of John Prebble and blindstamp of the Athenaeum Library (4) £180‑220 297 STUKELEY, WILLIAM Itinerarium Curiosum, or an Account of the Antiquities and remarkable Curiosities in Nature or Art, observed in Travels through Great Britain. London: Baker & Leigh, 1776. Second edition, 2 volumes, folio, 2 frontispieces, 206 plates, and folding map, [vol. 1: frontispiece, plates 1‑100, + a second plate also numbered 51, + an unnumbered mezzotint; vol. 2: frontispiece, unnumbered map, 103 plates + a second plate also numbered 77], contemporary diced calf tooled in gilt and blind, g.e., neatly rebacked, a little light spotting, upper joint of vol. 2 split at head £800‑1,000 298 SUSSEX, KENT AND HAMPSHIRE GUIDES, 9 VOLUMES, INCLUDING EVANS, JOHN Picture of Worthing. Worthing, 1814. 2 volumes, 12mo., frontispieces, folding plan (short tear), original boards, uncut, slightly rubbed; Miller, W. Jottings of Kent. Gravesend, 1871, 8vo, original printed boards; [Diplock, W., publisher] The Handbook for Hastings, St. Leonard’s and their Neighbourhood. Hastings, 1845. 8vo, folding map, original cloth, map and title loose; The Hastings Guide. Hastings: W. Diplock, [c.1833]. 7th edition, 8vo, map, 14 plates, contemporary cloth; another edition. [c. 1833], 7th edition, lithographed plates numbered 1‑5 and map (the plates differing from the preceding copy), original printed boards, rebacked, some spotting; Baker, T., printer A Companion in A Tour round Southampton. Southampton, 1799. 12mo., original boards, uncut, slightly rubbed; Baker, T., printer The Southampton Guide. Southampton, 1832. 12mo., 4 plates, vignette, original printed boards, Black, A. & C. Black’s Guide to the Isle of Wight. 1869, original cloth (9) £200‑300

297 299 SWITZERLAND – VOLMAR, G Recueil de Scènes tirées de l’Histoire des Suisses. Zurich: Fuessli et Comp., 1822. 4to., 24 aquatint plates, contemporary or original boards, one plate becoming loose, rubbed £150‑200 300 THOMSON, JOSEPH, WITH AUTOGRAPH LETTER Through Masai Land. A Journey of Exploration Among the Snowclad Volcanic Mountains and Strange Tribes of Eastern Equatorial Africa. London: Sampson Low [&c.], 1885. First editions, 8vo, with A.L.S. from Joseph Hooker to Dr. Watt, proposing that the latter be the experienced collector for the expedition & outlining the proposed expedition, 7pp., 8/12/1882; A.L.S. from Joseph Thomson to Mrs Watt, referring to Professor Wallace, 14/1/[1883]; A.L.S. from Charles S. Bayley to Dr. Watt stating that the Lieut. Governor of Bengal does not consider it justifiable in using Bengal revenues for the promotion of a Central African exploration, 22/1/1883; 2 maps, one badly torn with some loss, 15 plates, illustrations, original cloth, worn, textblock broken £400‑600

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 55 301 TOWN AND COUNTY GUIDES, A COLLECTION INCLUDING FLETCHER, J., PRINTER A Concise History of the County and City of Chester. Chester, [1791], 12mo, folding plan, contemporary tree calf, head of spine rubbed; Ward, R. The Matlock, Buxton and Castleton Guide. Derby, 1814. 12mo, 19th century half calf; Broster, John A Walk round the Walls and City of Chester. Chester: for the author, [c.1820]. 12mo, frontispiece, title vignette, original boards, uncut, worn; [Gray, J.H., printer] A Companion to Charnwood Forest. Loughborough, [c.1838], 8vo, folding map, original cloth, slightly rubbed; Mott, F.T. Charnwood Forest. 1868. 8vo, folding map, coloured plates, original cloth; Cathrall, W. The History of Oswestry. Oswestry, [n.d.], 8vo, plates, original red cloth gilt; Wright, T. The Ruins of the Roman City of Uriconium. Shrewsbury, 1859. 12mo, lithographed plates, original cloth with label; Newling, T., printer The Shrewsbury Guide. Shrewsbury, 1808. 12mo., frontispiece, modern boards; [Price, William, publisher] The History of Oswestry. Oswestry, [c.1820], 8vo, frontispiece, title within woodcut border, woodcuts, contemporary half calf gilt; Robertson, W.H. A Hand‑Book to the Peak of Derbyshire. Buxton, [c.1861]. 8vo, folding map, plates, original cloth gilt; Mozley, J. & C., publishers Matlock, Hardwick, South Winfield... Derby, [c.1859], 12mo, original orange cloth; Moore, H. Picturesque Excursions in the High Peak of Derbyshire. Derby, 1819. 8vo, plates, original printed boards, uncut, upper hinge split; Love, B. The Hand‑Book of Manchester. Manchester, 1842. 8vo, engraved plates, original green cloth gilt; McNicoll, D.H. Handbook for Southport. 1859. 8vo., coloured plates, original red cloth gilt; Love & Barton, publishers Manchester as it is. Manchester, 1839. 12mo, frontispiece, 10 plates, double‑page map, original cloth; Aston, Joseph A Picture of Manchester. Manchester, [n.d.]. 12mo, folding map, woodcuts, original boards, uncut; Moss, W. The Liverpool Guide. Liverpool, 1797. Second edition, 8vo, folding map, errata leaf, contemporary half calf; Murray, James The Travels of the Imagination. 1828. 12mo, portrait, original quarter cloth, rubbed, uncut; Hutton, W. A Description of Blackpool. 1804. Second edition, 8vo, half‑title, errata leaf, contemporary half calf gilt; Lytham, History of. “Authorities: Leigh, Carlisle, Ashton, Baines &c., [n.d.]. 8vo, frontispiece, later wrappers; Ferguson, W. Alnwick Castle. Alnwick, 1860. 12mo, original cloth gilt; Thompson, W., publisher Land of Scott. Berwick upon Tweed, [1850]. 12mo., plates, original cloth gilt; Walker, T.D. Facts relative to the Medicinal Properties of the Dinsdale and Croft Sulphur Springs. Darlington, 1835. 12mo, 3 plates, folding plan, original cloth, and 1 other; sold as a collection not subject to return (23) £400‑500

302 TOWN GUIDES – HARROGATE, KNARESBOROUGH AND MANCHESTER. The Manchester Guide. A brief Historical Description of the Towns of Manchester & Salford. Manchester, 1804. First edition, 8vo, folding plan, original boards, uncut, rubbed; Hargrove, E. The History of the Castle, Town, and Forest of Knaresbrough. York, 1798. 12mo, plates, contemporary calf; Hunter, Adam The Waters of Harrogate and its Vicinity. 1834. 12mo, original cloth; Greenwood, J. Greenwood’s Picture of Hull. Hull, 1835, 12mo, plates, folding plan, original cloth; Smith, Alfred The Harrogate Medical Guide. 1842. 8vo, frontispiece, original cloth; Sugden, J. Slaithwaite Notes. 1905, original cloth (6) £150‑200 303 TRAVEL, A COLLECTION, INCLUDING BELT, THOMAS The Naturalist in Nicaragua. 1874. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece, folding map, original blue cloth, rubbed; Edwards, A.E. Untrodden Peaks and Unfrequented Valleys. 1890. Second edition, 8vo, signed by the authoress, plates, folding map, original pictorial cloth gilt; Wakefield, P. A Family Tour through the British Empire. 1826. 12mo, coloured folding map, original boards, uncut, rebacked; Lawrence, T.E. Seven Pillars of Wisdom. 1935. 4to, original tan buckram, faded; Edwards, A.B. A Midsummer Ramble in the Dolomites. [1889], 4to., plates, original pictorial cloth; Waterton, C. Wanderings in S. America. 1893. 8vo, original cloth; Shackleton, E. The Heart of the Antarctic. 1910. 8vo, original cloth (7) £200‑300 304 WALES, A COLLECTION, INCLUDING A FINE BINDING: BOOTHROYD, B. the History of the Ancient Borough of Pontefract. Pontefract, 1807. 8vo, list of subscribers, 6 plates and plans (1 folding), contemporary “Etruscan” binding gilt, rebacked retaining spine, rubbed; [Wales] The Cambrian Traveller’s Guide. Stourport, 1813, Second edition, 8vo, hand‑coloured folding map, tan half morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe; Smith, J. A Guide to Bangor, Beaumaris, Snowdonia. Liverpool, 1833, 12mo, folding map, original cloth, slightly rubbed; Cliffe, C.F. The Book of North Wales. 1851, original cloth; Black, A. & C. Black’s Picturesque Guide to North Wales. 1869, 2 copies, original cloth; to South Wales. 1874, original cloth; Hemingway, J. Panorama of the Beauties, Curiosities and Antiquities of North Wales. 1834. 12mo, folding map, original cloth; and 1 other (Trevelyan: Llantwit Major) (9) £200‑250 305 WATERTON, CHARLES Wanderings in South America. London: J. Mawman, 1825. First edition, 4to, engraved frontispiece, half‑title, contemporary calf gilt, frontispiece lightly spotted £150‑200


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306 306 WILKES, CHARLES Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition during the Years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842. Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1845. 6 volumes, including an atlas volume, small 4to, 64 plates, 9 double‑page maps, plus 5 folding maps in atlas volume (one hand‑coloured), contemporary maroon morocco gilt, a little offsetting, small tear to folds of several maps, bookplates removed, joints a little weak in places, some slight rubbing and fading to covers (6) £4,000‑5,000 307 YORKSHIRE VIEWS – TURNER, J.M.W. ”Turner’s Views in Yorkshire”, (large folio 45 x 29cm.) comprising 20 engravings after Turner original included in An History of Richmondshire, in the North Riding of the County of York by Thomas Dunham Whitaker, 1823, first state on plain paper, with title page showing publisher’s name W.B. Cooke, 9 Soho Square, printed on paper watermarked J. Whatman 1825, small stamp on versos “F. Hurlbutt Collection”, bookplate of Wigan Free Public Library, plates with faint library blindstamp, contemporary calf, g.e., rebacked, rubbed £200‑250

308 YORKSHIRE, A LARGE COLLECTION, INCLUDING [GENT, THOMAS] The Antient and Modern History of the famous City of York. York: T. Hammond, 1730. 8vo, folding plan, folding plate, list of subscribers at end, contemporary panelled calf, rubbed; [Langdale, Thomas] The History of Northallerton. Northallerton: J. Langdale, 1791. 8vo, later quarter calf; [Farrer, W., printer] The History of Ripon. Ripon, 1806. Second edition, 8vo, frontispiece, original boards, uncut; Ainsworth, J., publisher The Scarborough Guide (sixth edition). Scarborough, [c.1820]. 12mo, 2 maps, 5 plates, contemporary half calf; Peat, Robert, printer The History of Thirsk. Thirsk, 1821, bound with Castellum Huttonicum. Some Account of Sheriff‑Huytton Castle. York, 1824, plates, contemporary half calf gilt; Thompson, J. Historical Sketches of Bridlington. Bridlington, 1821. 12mo, frontispiece, manuscript corrections to text, contemporary half calf gilt; Cole, John, printer. Picture of Scarborough for the year 1824. Scarborough, 1824. 12mo, frontispiece, 1 plate, illustrations, original printed boards, uncut; [Wilson, J., printer] A Guide to Croft, Dinsdale, Middleton, Darlington etc. Darlington, 1834. 8vo, frontispiece & 3 plates, original cloth; Hinderwell, Thomas The History and Antiquities of Scarborough. Scarborough, 1832. Third edition, 12mo, frontispiece & 2 plates, original cloth; Walbran, Mr. A Guide to Ripon and Fountains Abbey. Ripon, 1861; Walbran, J.R. The Pictorial Pocket Guide to Ripon and Harrogate. Ripon, 1850; Walbran, J.R. The Visitor’s Guide to Redcar. Ripon, 1848; Walbran, J.R. A Summer’s Day at Bolton Priory. 1847, 4 works in one volume, contemporary half calf; Allison, J., printer Allison’s Picturesque Pocket Companion... Whitby and its Neighbourhood. Whitby, 1850. 12mo, frontispiece, original printed wrappers; Phillips, John The Rivers, Mountains and Sea‑Coast of Yorkshire. 1853. 8vo, 35 plates, original cloth, spine faded; Wilkinson of Barnsley, Mr. Stainborough & Rockley. London, 1853. 12mo, one of very few copies printed on fine paper, presentation copy to Thomas Bell from the publisher, frontispiece & 3 plates, original cloth, g.e.; [Hunton, James] York and its Vicinity. York, 1864. 8vo, 5 plates, 1 plan, 1 map, original cloth gilt; Reed, S., publisher Reed’s Illustrated Guide to Whitby. Whitby, 1855. 12mo, original wrappers; Myrtle, A.S. Practical Observations on the Harrogate Mineral Waters. 1869. 8vo, photographic frontispiece, recent quarter calf; Page, W.G.B. The Hull and East Riding Portfolio. Hull, 1887. 4to., original upper wrappers bound in, cloth; Turner, J.H. The History of Brighouse, Rastrick and Hipperholme. Bingley, 1893, original cloth; and 6 more recent volumes ; sold as a collection not subject to return (24) £500‑800

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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs 57

Index A Aldhouse, R., 118 Alexander, S., 211 Allison, J., 254 Anderson, A.R., 67 Angulo, A., 53 Aristotle, 50 Atkinson, J., 13 Atwood, M., 72 Audsley, W. & G., 2 B Bailly, P.F., 49 Baker, H., 215 Barrie, J.M., 45 Bartholomew, J.G., 295 Bassandyne, T., 191 Bates, C.J., 279 Bates, H.W., 240 Beaumont, W.W., 149 Bell, J., 139 Belt, T., 303 Besler, B., 12 Bewick, T., 160 Blaeu, W., 36 Bonhote, J.L., 178 Boothroyd, B., 304 Boraston, J.M., 178 Boulton, R., 150 Boyd, I.L., 161 Boyd, J.M., 161 Boyle, R., 216 Brand, J., 283 Brewster, D., 226 Brontë, A., 73 Brontë, C., 73 Brontë, E., 73 Browne, M., 46 Buchan, J.W., 286 Buckham, A., 201, 202 Burns, R., 74 C Calvin, J., 194 Camberg, M., 104, 105 Camden, W., 242, 243 Campbell, Lt., 17 Carnwath, 252 Carter, A., 72 Cartwright, G., 244 Chambers, W., 245 Charnley, E., 281 Churchill, Sir W., 75 Clemens, S.L., 69 Clerk, J., 121, 246 Coetzee, J.M., 76, 77 Cohausen, J.H., 137 Cook, J., 249 Cope, J., 125 Cotelier, J.B., 51 Coulquhoun, P., 248 Cowan, J., 278 Crawfurd, G., 296 Cruchley, G., 19 Cuvier, G., 218

D Dahl, R., 39 Dalrymple, D., 57 Dalzell, R., 252 Dante, 78 Darling, G., 20 Darwin, C., 162 Darwin, E., 163 Davy, H., 221 De Las Casas, 277 De Vaugondy, G.R., 9, 10 Descartes, R., 219 Douglas-Hamilton, V., 203 Dow, A., 263 du Val d’Abbeville, F., 11 Dudin, M., 3 Dugdale, W., 138 Dunn, M., 217 E Edwards, W., 32 Evans, J., 298 Evelyn, J., 164 F Fitzgerald, E., 79 Fleming, J.A., 232 Fletcher, J., 301 Forbes-Leith, W., 66 Fordyce, W., 247 Frayn, M., 70 Frith, F., 204 Fry, C.H., 177 Frémont, B.C.J.C., 255 G Garioch, R., 97 Gent, T., 308 Giraud, J.E., 166 Godfrey, J., 257 Goodsir Smith, S., 80, 103 Gotch, J.A., 6 Gough, R., 273 Gould, J., 24 Grainger, T., 140 Grant, F., 123 Gray, A., 81 Greenwood, C., 21, 27 Greiffenhagan, M., 186 Grieve, C.M., 97 Groening, M., 189 Groome, F.H., 295 Grove, G., 141

H Haghe, C., 32 Haghe, L. & C., 13 Hall, B., 259 Hamerton, P.G., 2 Harris, J., 220 Hawkesworth, J., 260 Hay, D.R., 4 Helmholtz, H.L.F., 141 Hey, R., 167, 168 Hogg, J., 59 Homan, J.B., 15 Hopkirk, T., 173 Howlett, B., 271 Hudson, C.T., 174 Hughes, T.S., 261 Hulme, E., 178 Hume, D., 197 Huxley, T.H., 148 Hélyot, R.P., 142 J James I/VI, 61 James VII/II, 127 Jardine, W., 169 Jenkins, A., 250 K Kay, J., 142-144 Keith, S., 177 Kennedy, W., 238 Kennedy-Fraser, M., 150 Keppel, W.A., 126 Kerr, M., 265 Khayyam, O., 79 Kipling, R., 41, 42 Kirkman, F.B., 178 Knox, J., 25 Kubin, A., 23 L Laborde, A.L.J., 267, 268 Lamb, C., 82 Lawson, M., 150 Lerebour, N.P., 7 Letts, Son & Co., 26 Lilford, T.P., 170 Lindauer, G., 278 Lizars, D., 136 Lizars, J., 222, 223 Lizars, W.H., 136, 274, 296 Longstaffe, W.H.D., 251 Loudon, J.W., 171 Louis XI, 128 Luther, M., 52, 198

M MacCulloch, J., 275 MacDiarmid, H., 97 Mackay Brown, G., 97 Mackenzie, E., 253, 282, 285 Mackenzie, G., 63 Mackenzie, M., 30, 31 MacLeod, A.C., 150 Malby, T., 29 Mantell, G.A., 227 Marshall, W., 276 Martell, Y., 70 Martin, B., 224 Maughan, W.C., 258 Maxwell, A., 295 McEwan, I., 83, 84 Meikle, J., 156 Millar, A.H., 295 Miller, J., 140 Milne, A.A., 43, 44 Milton, J., 166 Moll, H., 295 Montrose, J., 64 Moreau, S., 256 Morgan, E., 85 Morton, J., 296 Murdoch, I., 86, 87 N Napier, M., 64 Needham, J. T., 229 Nolan, E.H., 264 Norton, E., 151 Norton, G.F., 151 Nuck, A., 230 O O’Conner, T.R., 124 Ondaatje, M., 70, 89 Oxon, B.A., 178 Oz, A., 70 P Paris, J.A., 221 Parton, J., 231 Peacham, H., 152 Peck, W., 284 Pennant, T., 135 Pepys, S., 90 Pinkerton, J., 287 Poe, E.A., 91 Ponti, C., 205 Pope, A., 154 Poulson, G., 241 Priestley, R.E., 288, 289 Prince, D., 188 Pritchard, A., 228


58 Lyon & Turnbull R Rackham, A., 45, 46 Ramsay, P.A., 290 Riddell, C., 102 Rive, R., 205 Roberts, P.J., 188 Rockstroh, H., 233 Rogerson, H.S., 5 Ross, M., 253 Rossi, G., 54 Rostaing, Marquis de, 206-210 Rowling, J.K., 47 Rowning, J., 179 Rushdie, S., 92 Ruskin, J., 8 Ruttledge, H., 291

S Saxton, C., 18 Scoresby, W., 292 Scott, R.F., 294 Scott, T., 97 Scott, W., 93-96 Sebald, W.G., 98 Seutter, M., 16 Shackleton, E.H., 294 Shakespeare, W., 150 Shaw, P., 216 Shelley, H.C., 150 Shields, H., 156 Sinton, T., 67 Slezer, J., 295 Smith, D., 99 Smith, W., 142 Smyth, C.P., 236 Sowerby, G.B., 183 Sowerby, G.F., 182 Spark, M., 104-117 Speed, J., 28 Spenser, E., 100 Steiner, A., 214 Step, E., 178 Stevenson, R.L., 71, 101 Stewart, J., 62 Stewart, M., 188 Stewart, P., 102 Stocking, C., 38 Stukeley, W., 297 Sutherland, R.G., 97 Sutherland, W., 5

T Tardieu, A., 34 Teesdale, H., 38 Thomson, C.W., 184 Thomson, J., 300 Thomson, T., 65 Thoresby, R., 269, 270 Tickell, J., 266 Tolkien, J.R.R., 48 Turner, J.M.W., 307 Turnor, E., 272 Twain, M., 69 U Urban, E.K., 177 V Visscher, N., 33 Volmar, G., 299 Von Gloeden, W., 212 W Walpole, H., 159 Walton, I., 136 Waterton, C., 305 Watt, J., 221 Webster, D., 295 Wheeler, D.M., 190 Wilkes, C., 306 Willdey, T., 37 Wilson, A., 185 Wingfield, W., 187 Winterson, J., 72

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The Collection of Robert James ‘Bob’ Dickinson Wednesday, 6th September, 2017

Books from the collection of the late Robert James ‘Bob’ Dickinson, sometime lecturer in classics at the University of Durham and bookseller, will be included in Lyon & Turnbull’s Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs sale on 6th September. The collection dates from the 1950s when he was an undergraduate at Trinity College, Cambridge. At its peak it numbered 25,000 volumes covering an eclectic range of subjects, including incunabula, 16th and 17th century foreign books, architecture, travel, tobacco smoking, cricket, fishing, modern firsts and books of local interest. From 1967 until 1993, he ran the bookstall, at the New Markets, Durham.

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Fine Asian Works of Art Tuesday, 9th May, 2017

A HIGHLY IMPORTANT PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTION OF THE MERCHANT AND ANTHROPOSOPHIST JOHANNES GOTTFRIED WILLIAM SCHRÖDER (1870-1942) Viewing at Lyon & Turnbull, 22 Connaught Street, London W2 2AF Saturday 6th May – Tuesday 9th May Auction at the Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington St, Marylebone, London W1U 5AS Tuesday, 9th May 2017

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(a) Lyon & Turnbull shall decide the way in which a lot may be included in the sale, how any lot is described and illustrated in the catalogue or any report, and the marketing, promotion, date, place and conduct of the sale.

“Auctioneer” means Lyon & Turnbull Ltd or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; “Buyer“ is the person who makes the highest possible bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, and/or such person’s principal where bidding as agent; “Buyer‘s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the rates set out in the Sale Catalogue Guide to Prospective Buyers and an amount in respect of applicable VAT; “Hammer Price” is the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer by the fall of the hammer or in the case of a post-auction sale, the agreed sale price; “Item” means each and every item consigned for sale following express written agreement between Lyon & Turnbull and the Seller; “Lot“ means each Item offered for sale by Lyon & Turnbull; “Lower Estimate” means the low estimate provided by Lyon & Turnbull to the Seller in relation to each Item, or in relation to any Item which Lyon & Turnbull holds on behalf of the Seller; “Lyon & Turnbull” means the company which has its registered office at 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh, EHI 3RR registered in Scotland No. 191166; “Net Sale Proceeds” are the Hammer Price, less commissions and other charges, of the Lot sold, to the extent received by Lyon & Turnbull in cleared funds; “Proposed Sale” means the intended sale through which the items will be sold on; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price and applicable Buyer‘s Premium; “Reserve” means the lowest price below which an item cannot be sold; “Upper Estimate” means the high estimate provided by Lyon & Turnbull to the Seller in relation to each Item, or in relation to any Item which Lyon & Turnbull holds on behalf of the Seller; “Terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which the Auctioneer accepts instructions from Sellers or their agents; “You”, “Your” means the seller. The Seller means you are the owner of the lot or, if you are not the owner of the lot (whether or not you have notified us that you are acting as an agent for a principal), you are duly authorised by the owner of the lot to sell it; “Without reserve” where there is no minimum price at which a lot may be sold (whether at auction or by private treaty); “Us”, “Our”, “We” etc refers to Lyon & Turnbull Ltd; The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The Seller warrants:(a) that you are the true owner of the property consigned or are properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and are able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. (b) that all requirements have been complied with, legal or otherwise, relating to any export or import of the property consigned, all duties and taxes in respect of the export or import of the lot have (unless agreed in writing with us) been paid and, so far as you and any principal for whom they are acting in relation to the lot are aware, all third parties have complied with such requirements in the past. (c) that you have provided Lyon & Turnbull with any and all information concerning the item’s provenance or any concerns expressed by third parties concerning its ownership, condition, authenticity, attribution, and export or import history; and (d) Unless the Seller advises Lyon & Turnbull in writing to the contrary on delivery of the item to Lyon & Turnbull, there are no restrictions on Lyon & Turnbull rights to reproduce photographs or other images of the item in connection with the sale or any other marketing which will be done in accordance with good taste and decency.

(b) Lyon & Turnbull will instruct, consult with, and rely on, any outside experts or restorers, agents or other third parties, and carry out such other due diligence, inquiries, research or tests in relation to the property or its provenance, either before the Proposed Sale as it may deem appropriate in its reasonable discretion. (c) Any oral or written estimate or evaluation or report provided by Lyon & Turnbull is a genuinely held opinion only. It may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the Item, and may in Lyon & Turnbull’s absolute discretion be revised at any time. (d) The Seller acknowledges that attribution of Items is a matter of opinion and not of fact, and is dependent upon (amongst other things) information provided by the Seller, the condition of the property, the degree of research, examination or testing that is possible or practical in the circumstances, and the status of generally accepted expert opinion at the time of cataloguing. 4. TERMS OF SALE The Seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to these Conditions and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 5. STANDARD SELLER FEES AND CHARGES (Subject to VAT) (1) Commission: 15% is charged on the selling price of each lot, (subject to a minimum charge of £45). Loss and damage warranty: 1.5% on value of lots sold. Photography: min charge £30. Online Listing: £10 per lot. (2) Transport: Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process. When organised on the Seller’s behalf the provision of transport will be contracted to third parties. Fees for transport will be deducted at the initial settlement. (3) Illustrations: The cost of any illustrations will be borne by the Seller , unless agreed otherwise prior. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. 6. RESERVES (a) You are entitled to place, prior to the auction, a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve. The lot will be sold without reserve unless a reserve has been agreed. (b) Firm reserves may be no greater than lower pre-sale estimate level. (c) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our agreement. (d) You may not bid or instruct or permit any other person to bid on your behalf on your own property. If the Seller breaches this prohibition, Lyon & Turnbull may treat the Seller as bound as Seller and as Buyer but without the benefit of Lyon & Turnbull Authenticity Guarantee or the reserve, and/or pursue other remedies. (e) We may sell lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the hammer price been the reserve. 7. LOSS & DAMAGE WARRANTY (a) Subject to condition 7(c) below Lyon & Turnbull will assume liability for loss or damage to an item, commencing at the time that item is taken into physical control and possession by Lyon & Turnbull and ceasing on the earliest date of; (i) when risk passes to the Buyer of the lot following its sale; (ii) for unsold lots, when the lot is released to the Seller, or, within 3 months of the sale; or (iii) 6 months from the date of delivery to Lyon &

Turnbull for items still in the possession of Lyon & Turnbull but not consigned for sale (unless part of a long-term storage agreement). (b) Lyon & Turnbull shall charge a loss and damage warranty fee of 1.5% of the hammer price, plus VAT. (c) If any loss or damage should occur to the lot during the period identified in paragraphs (a) above, Lyon & Turnbull’s liability to compensate the Seller in respect of that loss shall be restricted to a maximum of the upper estimate, or actual loss incurred, whichever is lower. This compensation will be subject to a deduction of a 1.5% loss & warranty fee (subject to VAT). 8. UNSOLD ITEMS (1) If an item is unsold it may, with your consent, be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is not suitable for a future sale we may either request (a) you collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. We shall be entitled to charge you for storage costs, charges shall be made at a reasonable daily rate;or (b) suggest that the item be transferred to a secondary saleroom for sale without reserve. All transferred lots will be sold for the best price on the day, this may not bear any reflection on the item’s original estimate. Lyon & Turnbull are not liable for any items (whether it be selling price or loss & damage) when transferred. (2) Aftersales: We reserve the right to accept an afterauction offer on a lot on behalf of the seller, at the agreed reserve price or above, for up to 48 hours after the original auction. In which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Conditions apply. 9. LOT WITHDRAWAL If a Seller wishes to withdraw a lot organised for sale, a withdrawal fee will apply; (a) if withdrawn over 28 working days prior to the sale, this will be charged at 10% of the mid estimate along with any ancillary charges incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. (b) if withdrawn within 28 working days of the sale, this will be charged at 20% of the mid estimate along with any ancillary charges incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. (c) Lyon & Turnbull may withdraw a lot from the proposed sale without any liability if: (i) Lyon & Turnbull reasonably believes that there is any doubt as to the lot‘s authenticity or attribution; or (ii) it reasonably doubts the accuracy of any of the Seller’s warranties; or (iii) the Seller breaches any provisions of the Conditions of Sale in any material respect; or (iv) the lot suffers from loss or damage so that it is not in the state in which it was when Lyon & Turnbull took delivery of it. (d) if an item is withdrawn from sale under Condition 9(c) (i), or (iv), the Seller shall not be charged a withdrawal fee and the item shall be returned to the Seller or dealt with pursuant to Clause 8, as the Seller decides. 10. AUTHORITY TO DEDUCT COMMISSION AND EXPENSES AND RETAIN PREMIUM AND INTEREST. The Seller authorises us to deduct commission at the stated rate, and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price, and consents to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the Buyer in accordance with these Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. 11. NON-PAYMENT BY THE BUYER (a) Lyon & Turnbull will, where it considers appropriate, take reasonable steps to investigate the ability of bidders to pay for lots and will use reasonable endeavours, in consultation with the Seller, to enforce payment of the Hammer Price by any Buyer. (b) Lyon & Turnbull, in consultation with the Seller, will decide whether to pursue any of the remedies available to it, including those set out in Condition 10 of the Condition of Sale (Buyers) including the right to cancel the sale and return the property to the Seller. Lyon & Turnbull will inform the Seller of any action which it contemplates taking against the Buyer.


(c) lf the Seller elects to take action against any Buyer on its own behalf Lyon & Turnbull will provide the Seller with such assistance as may be reasonably necessary to pursue that action. (d) The Seller hereby agrees to inform Lyon & Turnbull of any action which it chooses to take against the Buyer to enforce payment of the amount due to the Seller. (e) In the event that a Buyer fails to pay for a lot in accordance with the Conditions of Sale for Buyers, that lot will be treated in the same way as an unsold or collected lot. 12. SETTLEMENT PAYMENTS Subject to full payment by the Buyer, payment of the net proceeds of sale due to you will be made over to you 28 working days following a sale. Provided we have received cleared funds. Payment will be made by cheque or BACS (if requested).

14. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY

16. AGENCY

All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

Lyon & Turnbull acts as agent solely for and in the interests of the Seller. We do not act for Buyers in this role and does not give advice to Buyers. When Lyon & Turnbull make a statement about a lot it is doing so on behalf of the Seller of the lot.

15. GENERAL (a) We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. (b) Any notice to any Buyer, Seller, bidder or viewer may be given by email, or if not available then first class mail, in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting.

(a) The same Conditions of Sale (Sellers) shall apply to sales by private treaty.

(c) Notices to Lyon & Turnbull should be in writing and addressed to Nick Curnow at 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR, quoting the reference number specified at the beginning of the sale catalogue.

(b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction and subject to our agreed charges for Sellers and Buyers.

(d) Should any provision of these Conditions of Sale be held unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

(c) Lyon & Turnbull undertakes to inform the Seller of any offers it receives in relation to an item prior to any Proposed Sale, excluding the normal method of commission bids.

(e) These Conditions of Sale are not assignable by either party without the other’s prior written consent, but are binding on the seller’s successor and representatives. No act, omission or delay by Lyon & Turnbull shall be deemed a waiver or release of any of its rights.

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(d) For the purposes of a private treaty sale, if a lot is sold in any other currency than Sterling, the exchange rate is to be taken on the date of sale.

(f) The contract between the parties may be varied by the parties by agreement and in writing.

The Auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by Sellers or Buyers. 17. DATA PROTECTION In connection with the management and operation of our business and the marketing and supply of Lyon & Turnbull’s services, or as required by law, we may ask the Seller to provide personal information about themselves or obtain information about the Seller from third parties (e.g. credit information). Lyon & Turnbull will not give out personal information except as may be required by law. If you would like further information on Lyon & Turnbull policies on personal data, or to make corrections to your information, please contact us on +44 (0)131 557 8844. 18. LAW AND JURISDICTION (a) Governing Law: These Conditions of Sale and all aspects of all matters, transactions or disputes to which they relate or apply shall be governed by, and interpreted in accordance with, Scots law. (b) Jurisdiction: The Seller agrees that the Courts of Scotland are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle all disputes arising in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale relate or apply.

BUYERS The Auctioneer carries on business with bidders, Buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to, or in connection with, a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions of Sale (Buyers): “Auctioneer” means Lyon & Turnbull Ltd or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; “Hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the Auctioneer brings down the hammer; “Lot” means each Item offered for sale by Lyon & Turnbull; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price and applicable Buyer’s Premium; “Reserve” means the lowest price below which an item cannot be sold; “Total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax or other taxes chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting Buyer under these Conditions; “You”, “Your” means the Buyer

(f) Commission Bids: While prospective Buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we shall, if so instructed, clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the Auctioneer nor our employees nor agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. (g) Telephone Bids: If a prospective Buyer makes arrangements with us prior to the commencement of the sale we will use reasonable efforts to contact them to enable them to participate in bidding by telephone. We do not accept liability for failure to do so or for errors and omissions in connections. (h) Online Bidding: We will use reasonable efforts to carry out online bids and do not accept liability for equipment failure, inability to access the internet or software malfunctions related to execution of online bids/live bidding. 4. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the Auctioneer’s sole discretion.

“Us”, “Our”, “We” etc. refers to Lyon & Turnbull Ltd

5. THE PURCHASE PRICE

The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

For each lot purchased a Buyer’s Premium of 25% is payable on the first £100,000 of the hammer price, 20% thereafter. VAT at the appropriate rate is charged on the Buyer’s Premium. No VAT is payable on the hammer price or premium for printed books or unframed maps bought at auction.

2. AGENCY Lyon & Turnbull acts as agent solely for and in the interests of the Seller. We do not act for Buyers in this role and does not give advice to Buyers. When Lyon & Turnbull make a statement about a lot it is doing so on behalf of the Seller of the lot. The Auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by Sellers or Buyers. 3. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security and credit references or arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid. (b) The maker of the highest bid accepted by the Auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the Buyer and any dispute shall be settled at the Auctioneer’s absolute discretion. (c) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of Sellers is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve. (e) The right to refuse any bid is also reserved.

Live online bidding is subject to an additional 3% premium (charged by the live bidding service provider Invaluable). This additional premium is subject to VAT at the appropriate rate as above. 6. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by Buyers of relevant lots. (1) Lots affixed with (†): Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with a dagger (†). This imposition of VAT maybe because the Seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating under a Margin Scheme. (2) Lots affixed with (*): A reduced rate of Value Added Tax on the hammer price of 5% is payable. This indicates that a lot has been imported from outwith the European Union. This reduced rate is applicable to Antique items. (3) Lots affixed with [Ω]: Standard rate of Value Added Tax on the hammer price and premium is payable. This

applies to items that have been imported from outwith the European Union and do not fall within the reduced rate category outlined above. 7. DROIT de SUITE This symbol § indicates works which may be subject to the Droit de Suite or Artist’s Resale Right, which took effect in the United Kingdom on 14th February 2006. We are required to collect a royalty payment for all qualifying works of art. Under new legislation which came into effect on 1st January 2012 this applies to living artists and artists who have died in the last 70 years. This royalty will be charged to the Buyer on the hammer price and in addition to the Buyer’s premium. It will not apply to works where the hammer price is less than €1,000 (euros). The charge for works of art sold at and above €1,000 (euros) and below €50,000 (euros) is 4%. For items selling above €50,000 (euros), charges are calculated on a sliding scale. All royalty charges are paid to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’) and no handling costs or additional fees are retained by the auctioneer. Resale royalties are not subject to VAT. Please note that the royalty payment is calculated on the rate of exchange at the European Central Bank on the date of the sale. More information on Droit de Suite is available at www.dacs.org.uk. 8. PAYMENT (1) Within 7 days of a lot being sold you will: (a) Pay to us the total amount due in cash or by such other method as is agreed by us. We accept cash, bank transfer (details on request), debit cards and Visa or MasterCard credit cards. (b) Please note there is a surcharge of 2% when using credit cards. (c) Please note that we cannot accept cash payments over £5,000. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing by you to us howsoever incurred and without agreement by you or your agent, whether express or implied. 9. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 7 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment whichever is later. We can provide you with a list of shippers. However, we will not be responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers whether or not recommended by us.


(3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. (4) It is the Buyer’s responsibility to ascertain collection procedures, particularly if the sale is not being held at our main sale room and the potential storage charges for lots not collected by the appropriate time. (5) Export of goods: Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character, e.g. items that may contain prohibited materials such as ivory or rhino horn. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any relevant export or import licence. The denial of any licence or any delay in obtaining licences shall neither justify the recession of any sale not any delay in making full payment for the lot. 10. REMEDIES FOR NON·PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the Sellers and on their behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the contract for sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs); (d) to remove, store and insure the lot in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere and to recover from you all costs incurred in respect thereof; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month above the current base rate on all sums outstanding for more than 7 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or which become due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due by you and to exercise a lien over any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. 11. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective Buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective Buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and only accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer or our employees or agents accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and no warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are given. Please note that photographs/images provided may not be fully representative of the condition of the lot and should not be relied upon as indicative of the overall condition of the lot. (2) Condition reports: Condition reports are provided on our website or upon request. The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Large numbers of such requests are received shortly before each sale and department specialists and administration will endeavor to respond to all requests although we offer no guarantee. Any statement in relation to the lot is merely an expression of opinion of the Seller or Lyon & Turnbull and should not be relied upon as an inducement to bid on the lot. Lots are available for inspection prior to the sale and you are strongly advised to examine any lot in which you are interested prior to the sale. Our condition reports are not prepared by professional conservators, restorers or engineers. Our condition report does not form any contract between Lyon & Turnbull and the Buyer. The Condition Reports do not affect the Seller’s obligations in any way.

(3) Estimates: Estimates are placed on each lot to help Buyers gauge the sums involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT. Estimates are a matter of opinion and prepared in advance. Estimates may be subject to change and are for guidance only and should not be relied upon. (4) Catalogue Alterations: Lot descriptions and estimates are prepared in advance of the sale and may be subject to change. Any alterations will be announced on the catalogue alteration sheet, made available prior to the sale. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to make themselves aware to any alterations which may have occurred. (5) Electrical Goods: are sold as “works of art” only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. Use of such goods is entirely at the risk of the Buyer and no warranties as to safety of the goods are given. (6) Upholstered items: are sold as “works of art” only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with current safety regulation. Use of such goods is entirely at the risk of the Buyer and no warranties as to safety of the goods are given. Lyon & Turnbull provide no guarantee as to the originality of any wood/material contained within the item. (7) Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items (Books, Jewellery, Paintings, Guns, Firearms etc.) in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing in the catalogue. These notices and terms will also form part of our terms and conditions of sales. 12. BOOKS, CLOCKS & WATCHES, DIAMONDS & GEMSTONES (1) Books-Collation: If on collation any NAMED item in the sale catalogue proves defective, in text or illustration the Buyer may reject the lot provided he returns it within 21 days of the sale stating the defect in writing. This, however, shall not apply in the case of unnamed items, periodicals, autographed letters, music M.M.S., maps, drawings NOR in respect of damage to bindings, stains, foxing, marginal worm holes or other defects not affecting the completeness of the text NOR in respect of Defects mentioned in the catalogue, or at the time of sale, NOR in respect of lots sold for less than £300. (2) Clocks & Watches: All lots are sold “as seen”, and the absence of any reference to the condition of a clock or watch does not imply the lot is in good condition and without defects, repairs or restorations. Most clocks and watches will have been repaired during their normal lifetime and may now incorporate additional/ newer parts. Furthermore, Lyon & Turnbull makes no representation or warranty that any clock or watch is in working order. As clocks and watches often contain fine and complex mechanisms, Buyers should be aware that a general service, change of battery or further repair work, for which the Buyer is solely responsible, may be necessary. Buyers should also be aware that Lyon & Turnbull cannot guarantee a watch will remain waterproof if the back is removed. Buyers should be aware that the importing watches such as Rolex, Frank Muller and Corum into the United States is highly restricted. These watches cannot be shipped to the USA and only imported personally. (3) Diamonds & Gemstones: Please note that diamonds and gemstones cannot be accurately graded and measured when mounted in jewellery. Unless it is stated in the catalogue and condition report that the item is accompanied by an independent report by a named gemmological laboratory, the information provided about the colour, clarity and size of a gemstone is the opinion of our department jewellery specialists. Please note in the event that Lyon and Turnbull has been given or has obtained certificates for any lot in the sale, Lyon and Turnbull nor the Seller accepts any liability for contradictions or differing certificates obtained by Buyers on any lots post sale. Diamonds and gemstones are not unmounted by the department, therefore any information provided in this instance is an approximate understanding of the quality of the gemstone under these limitations. Without an independent report the department are generally unable to give an opinion on any potential treatments a gem material has been subjected to. Many gemstones and diamonds have been subjected to a variety of treatments to enhance their appearance and unless stated buyers should presume gemstones/ diamonds have been exposed to some sort of treatment. 13. CITES Please be aware that all lots marked with the symbol Y are subject to CITES regulations when exporting these items outside the EU. These regulations may be found at http://www.defra.gov.uk/ahvla-en/imports-exports/cites/

Lyon & Turnbull accepts no liability for any lots which may be subject to CITES but have not be identified as such. 14. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY (a) The same Conditions of Sale (Buyers) shall apply to sales by private treaty. (b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction and subject to our agreed charges for Sellers and Buyers. (c) Lyon & Turnbull undertakes to inform the Seller of any offers it receives in relation to an item prior to any Proposed Sale, excluding the normal method of commission bids. (d) For the purposes of a private treaty sale, if a lot is sold in any other currency than Sterling, the exchange rate is to be taken on the date of sale. 15. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation, safety and security arrangements. Accordingly, neither the Auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to, during or after a sale. 16. GENERAL (a) We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. (b) Any notice to any Buyer, Seller, bidder or viewer may be given by email if not available then first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. (c) Notices to Lyon & Turnbull should be in writing and addressed to the Managing Director at 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR, quoting the reference number specified at the beginning of the sale catalogue. (d) Should any provision of these Conditions of Sale be held unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. (e) These Conditions of Sale are not assignable by either party without the other’s prior written consent. No act, omission or delay by Lyon & Turnbull shall be deemed a waiver or release of any of its rights. (f) The contract between the parties may be varied by the parties by agreement and in writing. 17. DATA PROTECTION In connection with the management and operation of our business and the marketing and supply of Lyon & Turnbull’s services, or as required by law, we may ask the Buyer to provide personal information about themselves or obtain information about the Buyer from third parties (e.g. credit information). Lyon & Turnbull will not give out personal information except as may be required by law. If you would like further information on Lyon & Turnbull policies on personal data, or to make corrections to your information, please contact us on +44 (0)131 557 8844. The Buyer hereby agrees to the release by Lyon & Turnbull of the Buyer’s name and contact details to the seller or the seller’s solicitor in the event of any dispute between Lyon & Turnbull and the Buyer and/or Lyon & Turnbull and the Seller. Lyon & Turnbull will give prior written notice of the release of any such details to the Seller of the Seller’s solicitor. 18. FORCE MAJEURE Lyon & Turnbull shall be under no liability if they shall be unable to carry out any provision of the Contract of Sale for any reason beyond their control including (without limiting the foregoing) an act of God, legislation, war, fire, flood, drought, failure of power supply, lock-out, strike or other action taken by employees in contemplation or furtherance of a dispute or owing to any inability to procure materials required for the performance of the contract. 19. LAW AND JURISDICTION (a) Governing Law: These Conditions of Sale and all aspects of all matters, transactions or disputes to which they relate or apply shall be governed by, and interpreted in accordance with, Scots law. (b) Jurisdiction: The Buyer agrees that the Courts of Scotland are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle all disputes arising in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale relate or apply.


Guide to Bidding & Payment Registration All potential buyers must register prior to placing a bid. Registration information may be submitted in person at our registration desk, by email, by fax or on our website. Please note that all first time bidders at Lyon & Turnbull will be asked to supply the following documents in order to facilitate registration: 1 – Government issued photo ID (Passport/Driving licence) 2 – Proof of address (utility bill/bank statement). We may, at our option, also ask you to provide a bank reference and/or deposit. By registering for the sale, the buyer acknowledges that he or she has read, understood and accepted our Conditions of Sale.

Bidding At the Sale Registered bidders will be assigned a bidder number and given a paddle for use at the sale. Once the first bid has been placed, the auctioneer asks for higher bids in increments determined by the auctioneer. To place your bid, simply raise your paddle until the auctioneer acknowledges you. Please ensure that the auctioneer repeats your bidder number correctly when confirming the sale. If there is any doubt at this stage as to the hammer price or buyer it must be brought to the auctioneer’s attention immediately. All lots will be invoiced to the name and address given on your registration form, which is non-transferable.

Payment By phone A limited number of telephone lines are available for bidding by phone through a Lyon & Turnbull representative. Phone lines must be reserved in advance. All bid requests must be received an hour before the sale. All telephone bids must be confirmed in writing, listing the relevant lots and appropriate number to be called. We recommend that a covering bid is also left in the event that we are unable to make the call. We cannot guarantee that lines will be available, or that we will be able to call you on the day, but will endeavor to undertake such bids to the best of our abilities. This service is available entirely at our discretion and at the bidder’s risk. In writing Bid forms are available at the sale and/or the back of the catalogue. These should be submitted in person, by post, or by fax as soon as possible prior to the sale and we will bid on your behalf up to the limit indicated. In the event of receiving two identical bids the first one received will take precedence. All bids must be received an hour before the sale. This service is entirely at the bidder’s risk. On the internet A fully-illustrated catalogue is available on our website. Registered bidders may leave absentee bids through the website and will receive email confirmation of their bid. Live online bidding (powered by Invaluable) is also available, accessible either through our website or at www.invaluable.com. Please note that an additional 3% premium is charged by Invaluable for this live online service.

Payment is due within seven (7) days of the sale. Lots purchased will not be released until full payment has been received. Payment may be made by the following methods: Bank Transfer Account details are included on any invoices we issue or upon request from our accounts department. Credit or Debit Cards Payment can be made by Visa Debit, Maestro, Mastercard or Visa Credit cards. Please note there is a 2% surcharge on credit card payments. Online Card Payments We no longer accept card payments by phone. Please use our online payment service (provided by Cardstream/Credorax). You will find a link to this service in any email invoice issued or you can visit the payments section of our website. Cheque Cheques should be made payable to Lyon and Turnbull Ltd. We reserve the right to wait until cheques have been cleared by our bankers before releasing bought goods. Cheques can be cleared prior to sale on request. Cheques drawn by third parties cannot be accepted. If paying by post please include the slip from your invoice. Cash Cash payments can be made at the accounts desk during or after a sale. Cash payments limited to £5,000.

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