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Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs

Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs Tuesday, 19th June, 2018 at 11am Sale Number LT525

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Order of Sale Tuesday, 19th June, 2018 at 11am Art & Architecture


Atlases, Maps & Prints


Children’s Books


Continental Books


History & Military


Literature 109-171 Manuscripts 172-188 Miscellaneous Books


A Fine Collection of Natural History Books from a Country House


Natural History


Original Illustrations


Philosophy & Religion


Photography 285-338 Private Press & Bindings


Science, Mathematics & Medicine


Sport 358-365 Travel & Topography

Lot 247 (detail)


Art & Architecture


ART & ARCHITECTURE 1 Architecture, 13 volumes, including Brandon, R and J.R. The Open Timber Roofs of the Middle Ages. London, 1873. 4to, 43 plates, several coloured, original cloth, some spotting, contents detached; Weaver, Lawrence Houses and Gardens by E.L. Lutyens. 1913. Folio, original quarter buckram, edges worn, binding lightly soiled; Reinhardt, R. Palast‑Architektur von Ober‑Italien und Toscana... Genua. Berlin, 1886. Large folio, 100 plates mounted on guards, contemporary half morocco, binding defective; Samuel Elliott & Sons (Reading) Ltd. Authentic Mouldings. Series No. 12. 1920, 4to, plates loose in folder as issued; Small, T. & C. Woodbridge English Wrought Ironwork of the late 17th & early 18th Centuries. Architectural Press, [c.1920], 4to, 20 plates loose in folder as issued;Hautecoeur, L. Histoire de l’Architecture classique en France. 1943. 2 volumes only, 4to, original wrappers; Macartney, M. The Practical Exemplar of Architecture. Series 2‑7 only, 4to, original cloth‑backed board folders; sold not subject to return



2 Audet y Puig, Andrés – Segui, Miguel – Spanish Art‑Nouveau design Carpintería Artística. Barcelona: Centro Editorial Artistico de Miguel Segui, [n.d.] 4to, chromolithographed title‑page and 196 (of 200) chromolithographed plates (lacking plates 49, 56, 85 & 91), original decorative folio case, one plate repaired neatly to reverse, a little foxing Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library £150‑200

3 Blackburne, E.L. Sketches, Graphic and Descriptive for a History of the Decorative Painting applied to English Architecture during the Middle Ages. London: John Williams & Co., 1847. Folio, chromolithographed title and 23 chromolithographed plates, contemporary green half morocco gilt, Stradbroke bookplate, neat repair to one page, some foxing Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library



4 Cornu, Paul Meubles et Objets de Gout. Paris: A. Calavas, [c.1920] Folio, 112 loose plates, including 20 hand‑coloured plates, original portfolio case, some browning to initial leaves, slight dust‑soiling to case Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library £200‑300



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5 Gibbs, James A Book of Architecture, containing Designs of Buildings and Ornaments. London: 1728. First edition, large folio, [4], 28; 150 engraved plates, occasional dampstaining, mostly marginal, 19th century half calf, marbled sides, worn, covers detached, bookplate of Lenygon & Co. Ltd, 31 Old Burlington Street, London W. £1,500‑2,000 5

6 Felibien, André Des Principes de l’Architecture, de la Sculpture, de la Peinture, et des autres arts. Paris: Veuve & Jean Baptiste Coignard, 1697. Third edition, 4to, [22], 542, title printed in red and black, engraved frontispiece, and 65 full‑page engraved illustrations, contemporary Dutch blindstamped vellum, upper joint split at head £300‑500


7 Guilmard, D. & Bordeaux, and others – French Furniture designs Le Garde‑Meuble, collection de tentures. Paris, mid 19th century. Folio, 118 loose hand‑coloured plates, some dust‑soiling, a little light dampstaining to several plates, stamps to a few plates, a few small repairs to plate versos; [Idem] L’Ameublement et L’Utile. Paris, mid 19th century. Folio, 73 hand‑coloured plates, some soiling and a few repairs to plates, occasional stamps; and 36 other plates, many hand‑coloured, including 21 early 19th century plates by Hallavant & Osmond; Bérand & Cie [Tentures Artistiques. Paris] A collection of 40

loose hand‑coloured plates with designs for curtains and rooms, with Bérand’s printed signature, one plate with red ‘specimen’ stamp, some dust‑soiling and repairs to versos; and four other plates (3 folio cases) Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library Note: Le Garde‑Meuble, Ancien et Moderne, was an enourmously successful interior design periodical published in Paris in the later part of 19th century and early 20th century. There is a nearly complete series at the Smithsonian Libraries in Washington which is rare. It is therefore unusual to get a large amount of plates together such as those offered in this lot. £3,000‑4,000

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8 Jones, Owen The Grammar of Ornament. London: Day and Son, [1868]. 4to, chromolithographed title‑page and 111 chromolithographed plates, original red cloth gilt, a little wear to spine and joints Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library £300‑400

9 Journal Manuel De Peintures – Charles Moreau & Morel et Cie Modèles de Bois. Paris, late 19th century. 2 volumes, folio, 72 chromolithographed plates loose in original brown cloth gilt portfolio cases, with an additional 14 plates from similar publications showing marbling, wood veneers and ideas for wall paintings; Morel et Cie Journal‑Manuel de Peintures... Paris, 1850‑1852. Folio, 49 chromolithographed plates only (of over 50), contemporary calf, a little rubbed, some internal spotting, one plate with closed marginal cuts; [Idem] Journal‑Manuel de Peintures... Paris, 1872‑1874. Folio, 47 chromolithographed plates, contemporary quarter calf; sold not subject to return (4) Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library


£1,500‑2,000 9

10 Klimt, Gustav, after


Faksimile der Moderne II. Graz: Akademische Druck Verlan, 1985. Portfolio of 6 offset lithographs in original case, from the edition of 1000 with blindstamp and signed in plate, 55cm x 36cmimage size: 55cm x 36cm (21.5in x 14.25in), case: 70cm x 51cm (27.5in x 20in) £300‑500


11 Petit, Victor Maisons de Campagne des Environs de Paris. Paris: Monroco Freres, [n.d.] 4to, 50 chromolithographed plates, contemporary half calf gilt, corner of plate 15 torn with no loss to image, closed tear to plate 16, a little worming and slight spotting Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library £800‑1,200


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12 Richardson, Charles James Studies from Old English Mansions. London: T. McLean, 1841‑1848. 4 volumes, folio, 4 lithographed titles, 4 dedications and 133 plates (some double‑page), original red quarter morocco gilt over green cloth boards, one double‑page plate with closed tear along centre‑fold, a little dampstaining and occasional soiling, contemporary ownership signature to free‑endpapers, covers and interior of series four a little dampstained and worn (4) Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library £200‑400


13 Rossi, Giovanni Gherardo de – Correggio Pitture di Antonio Allegri detto Il Correggio esistenti in Parma nel Monistero di San Paolo. Parma: Regal Palazzo, MDCCC. Co. Tipi Bodoniani, Giambattista Bodoni, 3 parts in one volume, folio (450 x 295mm.), [4], 8, [2], 27, [4], [4], 14, [2], 43, [6], 11, [2], 33, [2]; engraved title “Pitture del Correggio” & 34 stipple‑engraved plates, modern tan morocco‑backed patterned boards, preliminary leaves slightly spotted and slightly discoloured, slight spotting to plates, bookplate of C.E. De M.K. Note: Plate [1] is an overview of four sections of the vault, showing the arbour, four ovals, four lunettes and part of the frieze; pl. [2] shows Diana; the sixteen pl. [3‑18] show the sixteen ovals, with putti; the sixteen pl. [19‑34] show the sixteen lunettes and frieze. All plates except the first are printed in ‘sanguine’. £400‑600

14 [Smee, William] [Designs of Furniture... London, 1850?] 4to, 275 plates only of 325, contemporary quarter morocco, lacking title‑page, a few leaves loose, a little dust‑soiling Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library £120‑180


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Atlases, Maps & Prints


ATLASES, MAPS & PRINTS 15 America & Italy: Wit, Frederick de Septemtrionaliora Americae à Groenlandia, per Freta Davidis et Hudson ad Terram Novam. Amsterdam: no date, hand‑coloured in outline, 53 x 61cm, browned with closed tear to lower cartouche; [Idem] Occidentalior Tractus Maris Mediterranen. Amsterdam: no date, hand‑coloured in outline, 53 x 61cm, browned with several marginal chips and tears (2) £300‑500

16 Armstrong, Mostyn John A Scotch Atlas. London: Laurie & Whittle, 1794. 8vo, 30 hand‑coloured engraved maps, contemporary half‑calf, a little rubbed £500‑700

17 Ayrshire, River Doon – Ordnance Survey 7 large double‑sheet engraved maps, showing the Course of the River Doon, numbered 58, 59, 53, 52 46, 40, 39, 33, laid down on linen and mounted on guards, Southampton: Ordnance Survey Office, 1860. Large folio (670 x 507mm.), contemporary half morocco, morocco label on upper board “The Course of the River Doon” £250‑450


18 Blaeu, Willem [Geographiae Blaeuaniae... Amsterdam: Jan Blaeu, 1654. Volume VI, Book XII only [Scotland only]. Folio (500 x 350mm.) hand‑coloured engraved title‑page (with the central title cartouche unengraved) heightened in gold, 49 hand‑coloured double‑page maps mounted on guards, modern brown half morocco, spine gilt, raised bands, title and maps all neatly trimmed to neatline and mounted, some offsetting, spotting and occasional browning £4,000‑6,000



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19 Bonne, Rigobert Tartarie Independante. Paris, 1787, 35.5 x 25cm, hand‑coloured engraved map, framed and glazed; [Speed, John] Descripto Sabavdie. [London 1646], 15 x 10.5cm, hand‑coloured, framed and glazed (2) £150‑200


20 [Kent, Deptford] Buck, Samuel & Nathaniel The North‑West Prospect of Deptford in the County of Kent. London, 1739, 83 x 33cm, framed and glazed £200‑300

21 [Perth, Renfrew, Dunkeld, Peterhead] – Clark, John The Town of Renfrew. London, 1824, hand‑coloured, c.47 x 63cm, framed and glazed, 2cm long tear and repair in upper left corner; [Idem] The Town of Perth, hand‑coloured, c.47 x 63cm, framed and glazed; [Idem] The Town of Dunkeld, hand‑coloured, c.47 x 63cm, framed and glazed; [Idem] The Town of Peterhead, hand‑coloured, 68 x 52.5cm, unframed (4) £300‑500


22 De l’Isle, Guillaume Carte de Tartarie. Amsterdam, 1706, 64 x 53.5 cm, hand‑coloured, framed and glazed £200‑300 23


23 Homann, Johann Baptiste Fluviorum in Europa Principis Danubii Cum Adiacentiibus Regnis nec non totius Graeciae Et Archipelagi Novissima Tabula. Nuremburg, 1710, 49.5 x 58.5cm, hand‑coloured engraved map, framed and glazed £150‑200 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

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Homann, Johann Baptiste

Homann, Johann Baptiste – Turkey

Potentissimae Helvetiorum Reipublicae Cantones Trediecim cum Foederatis. Nuremburg, 1710, 48.5 x 58cm, hand‑coloured engraved map, framed and glazed

Imperium Turicum in Europa, Asia, et Africa Regiones. Nuremburg 1720, 48.5 x 56cm, hand‑coloured, framed and glazed £150‑250


26 Hondius, Jodocus America. [Amsterdam, 1606 or later], 395 x 523mm., hand‑coloured engraved map, strengthened on verso at centre fold, 2 vertical tears repaired with strengthening on verso, small tear at E & W edge strengthened on verso, top corners torn away (just touching plate mark top Left), signed Eeeeeeee on verso and with “America” at head of page Note: In 1604, Jodocus Hondius purchased the plates of Mercator’s Atlas, many of which had been drawn by the great mapmaker himself. The Hondius family updated Mercator’s plates and added maps in subsequent editions, issuing an atlas known to posterity as the “Mercator‑Hondius Atlas”, first published in 1606 and frequently reprinted. “Produced on a stereographic projection like more and more maps of the time, this map is an amalgam of various sources. It

incorporates a more correct west coast of South America and narrows still further the longitudinal width of New Spain at the Tropic of Cancer, making it just 10°, much closer to reality. However, like all cartography before, it still retains an enlarged North American continent. A Plancius type depiction of Newfoundland occurs alongside a typical period representation of the east coast, with a more protruding Virginia than usual. Various scenes taken from the earlier volumes of de Bry’s Grand Voyages adorn the whole. Particularly notable is the native Brazilian scene illustrating the method used to make a local beverage, derived from Hans Staden’s voyage as recorded by de Bry. There are various galleons, kayaks and Indian canoes along with a pair of birds perched on the inset.” [Burden] £2,000‑3,000


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27 [Kitchin, Thomas] [Geographia Scotiae: being new and correct maps of all the counties and islands in the kingdom of Scotland ... with a general map of the whole kingdom from the latest observations]. [London: for D. Browne, etc., 1756]. 8vo, engraved general map of Scotland and 32 double‑page county maps mounted on guards, contemporary calf, lacks title and upper board, 4 maps torn, Shire of Edinburgh with slight loss of lower margin, Jura with loss of lower corner, [2 Moir p. 153; Chubb p. 378] £300‑400

28 Lewis, Samuel A Map of Scotland Divided into Counties. London, [c.1840], in 3 divisions (Northern, Central and Southern), each in original red morocco gilt covers, each division backed onto linen and measuring 65 x 135cm £300‑500

29 Louisiana – De L’Isle, Guillaume Carte de la Louisiane et du Cours du Mississippi, dressée sur un grand nombre de Memoires entrau tres sur ceux de Mr. le Maire Par Guillaume de I’sle. [1727], 368 x 420mm., Note: This issue does not have the inset map of the mouth of the Mississippi River. The BNF website dates this issue to 1727. £300‑500

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30 Mercator Cyprus Ins. Amsterdam 1633, 35 x 49cm, hand‑coloured engraved map, framed and glazed £600‑800

31 Merchant Company Landed Estates, Notes and Plans for the use of the Governors. Edinburgh: Merchants’ Hall, 1891. 8vo, 14 linen backed maps, contemporary burgundy morocco gilt, a few leaves loose £200‑300

32 Moll, Herman The North Part of Great Britain called Scotland. London: D. Midwinter, [1714?], hand‑coloured, 103 x 62cm, framed and glazed, a little foxing



33 Moll, Herman A New Map of Germany, Hungary, Transilvania and the Suisse Cantons. London 1712, 63 x 103cm, hand‑coloured, framed and glazed £250‑350

34 Munster, Sebastian Das Gantzte Frankreich/so vorzeiten Narbonensis, Lugdunensis, Belgica und Celtica ist genennt worden. Basel, 1614, 33.5 x 38.5cm, hand‑coloured engraved map, framed and glazed £150‑200 32



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35 Munster, Sebastian, 5 maps Silesiae Descriptio XV Nova Tabula. Basle 1552, 30 x 37cm, hand‑coloured, framed and glazed; Franconia XIII Nova Tabula. Basle 1552, 29.5 x 37.5cm, hand‑coloured, framed and glazed; Germania VI Nova Tabula. Basle 1552, 30 x 36cm, framed and glazed; Nigra Sylva XI Nova Tabula. Basle 1552, 30.5 x 37.5cm, framed and glazed;Tabula Europae IIII. Basle 1542, 29 x 35.5cm, framed and glazed (5) £600‑800

36 North America – Arrowsmith, Aaron A Map Exhibiting all the New Discoveries in the Interior Parts of North America, Inscribed by Permission to the Honourable Governor and Company of Adventurers of England Trading into Hudson’s Bay. London, Jan. 1st 1795, Additions to 1811, Additions to June 1814. Large engraved map, 125 x 145.5cm., partly hand‑coloured, mounted Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

on linen, attached to roller at foot with “N. America” caption on wood, painted over, probably in 19th century, with a ?varnish which is now slightly worn and slightly yellowed, extreme right corner restitched (outside neatline) to roller, slight stain across top of map, small stain lower left £2,000‑3,000

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37 North America Map – Robert Sayer A new map of North America, with the West India Islands. Divided according to the preliminary articles of peace, signed at Versailles, 20, Jan. 1783. Wherein are particularly distinguished the United States and the several provinces, governments &ca. which compose the British dominions. [London] Printed for Robt. Sayer, map, chart & printseller, 1786. Large engraved map on 4 sheets joined, together 1047 x 1200mm., hand‑coloured in outline, 4 tiny marginal tears strengthened on verso £1,000‑1,500

38 Oliver & Boyd New Travelling Map of Scotland... Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, [n.d.] Small 8vo, 55pp. with maps of Scotland hand‑coloured in outline, contemporary half calf with original paper label to upper cover, joints splitting £150‑200


39 Sanson, Nicolas Carte Generale de L’Italie. Paris, 1658, 57 x 41.5cm, hand‑coloured engraved map, framed and glazed £150‑250




Saxton, Christopher – Lancashire

Scotland, 8 maps

Lancastriae. [London,] 1577, 50 x 41cm, hand‑coloured engraved map, framed and glazed, not laid‑down

McKenzie, Murdoch The North‑West Coast of Scotland, 1776, 110 x 98cm, bound into covers; A Travelling Map of Scotland... hand‑coloured, 58 x 41cm, linen‑backed, folding; Thomson, John A Guide to Loch Catherine and Loch Lomond, 38.5 x 42.5, folding; both contained together in one small case; Betts, John New Map of Scotland... hand‑coloured in outline, 78 x 65cm, linen‑backed, folding, original green cloth gilt case; Hall, S. Scotland, hand‑coloured in outline, 53.5 x 42cm, linen‑backed, folding, original covers; Black, A.&C. Road and Railway Travelling Map of Scotland, hand‑coloured, 65.5 x 85.5cm, linen‑backed, folding, original green cloth gilt covers; Bartholemew, J.G. The Royal Scottish Geographical Society’s Atlas of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1895. Folio, original blue half‑morocco gilt; and 3 others, including one map (10)


41 Scotland, 19 books, including Garnett, T. Observations on a Tour through the Highlands and part of the Western Isles of Scotland. London: John Stockdale, 1811. 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary calf rebacked, several plates laid‑down; Ballincall, William The Shores of Fife. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1872. 4to, contemporary red morocco gilt; Leighton, John M. – Joseph Swan & James Stewart History of the County of Fife. Glasgow: Joseph Swan, 1840. 4to, volume iii only, contemporary green half calf; Sibbald, Robert The History, Ancient and Modern, of the Sheriffdoms of Fife and Kinross. Cupar: R. Tullis, 1803. ‘New Edition’, 8vo, contemporary calf; Macky, John A Journey through Scotland. London: J. Pemberton, 1723. 8vo, modern quarter calf; Dunlop, Alexander Murray The Law of Scotland regarding the Poor. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1854. ‘New Edition’, 8vo, original cloth; Lumsden & Son Steam‑Boat Companion; or Stranger’s Guide to the Western Isles & Highlands of Scotland. Glasgow: James Lumsden & Son, 1839. Tall 8vo, original cloth gilt; and 11 others, sold not subject to return (19) £250‑350


43 Thomson, John Peebles‑shire. Edinburgh, 1821, 71 x 54cm, hand‑coloured in outline, framed and glazed £100‑150


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CHILDREN’S BOOKS 44 9 Chapbooks by J. Kendrew of York, comprising The Silver Penny, 30pp., original brown thick pictorial paper covers; The World turned Upside Down, 30pp.; Jacky Dandy’s Delight, 16pp including wrappers; The Little Maid and the Gentlemen, 16pp. including wrappers; A Visit to the Tower, 16pp. including wrappers; The History of Giles Gingerbread. 32pp. excluding wrappers; The Waggon Load of Money, 16pp including wrappers; A Collection of Birds & Riddles, 16pp. including wrappers, J.H. Carr Printer’s stamp to upper wrapper; The Cheerful Warbler, 16pp. including wrapper, J.H. Carr, Printer’s stamp to upper wrapper (8) £100‑150 45

45 9 Scottish Chapbooks &c., comprising Nurse Dandlem’s Little Repository. Glasgow: J. Lumsden, [c.1815], 12 copperplates; 2 to a page, & frontispiece (opposite title) & 1 full page plate printed in sanguine; 2 plain woodcuts in text, original wrappers with title on verso of upper wrapper; The Merry Cobler. Glasgow: J. Lumsden, [c.1815], 32pp. including plain wrappers “Merry Cobble” inscribed on upper wrapper, short tear to upper wrapper; The Comical Boy. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, [1820?], 16pp. including original grey pictorial wrappers, [COPAC, 2 copies]; [Edinburgh: Printed for the Booksellers] History of the Wisemen of Gotham; The Little Menagerie, both 16pp. including wrappers, wrappers lightly soiled; Funny Folks Album The Artist’s Sorrows; How Mousie was Caught; Master Chubb and his Dog; A River Excursion. [?Aberdeen: James Daniels, c. 1910], folding chromolithographed illustrations, chromolithographed wrappers (9)

46 Andersen, Hans Christian – Arthur J. Gaskin, illustrator Stories and Fairy Tales. London: George Allen, 1893. 2 volumes, 8vo, one of 300 large paper copies, original cloth gilt, some dust‑soiling to covers, a little light internal spotting (2) £250‑350


47 Barrie, J.M. – 5 works Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1912]. 4to, illustrations by Arthur Rackham, original green cloth gilt; [Idem] The Admirable Crichton. London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1914]. 4to, illustrations by Hugh Thomson, original red cloth gilt; [Idem] Quality Street. [London:] Hodder & Stoughton, 1901. 4to, illustrations by Hugh Thomson, original vellum, some soiling, bowing and wear, bookplate; [Idem] Quality Street. [London:] Hodder & Stoughton, 1901. 8vo, illustrations by Hugh Thomson, original blue cloth gilt, dust‑jacket; [Idem] The Greenwood Hat. London: Peter Davies Limited, 1937. 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket worn (5) £150‑200

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48 Barrie, J.M. – Arthur Rackham, illustrator Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1906. First edition, small 4to, 50 colour plates, original red cloth gilt, a little rubbing to covers with slight splitting to cloth at joints, title‑page repaired to lower right corner, some foxing and dust‑marks £250‑350


49 Candide, P. La Mésaventure des petits Kanguroos. Paris: Nilsson, [n.d., c.1920] 25 x 19cm, comprising 6 wooden boards with hand‑coloured illustrations, spine detached, leather ties present (one broken) Note: Rare. Only two copies recorded in libraries: the National Library of Australia and the State Library of New South Wales. Borrowing heavily from “Little Red Riding Hood”, the story tells of two little kangaroos who are tasked with taking food to their grandfather, only to be waylaid by a malicious monkey. £400‑600


50 Children’s books, 15 works, including Wells, H.G. Little Wars. London: J.M. Dent and Sons Ltd., 1931. Oblong 8vo, original green cloth; [Idem] Floor Games. London: J.M. Dent and Sons Ltd., 1931. Oblong 8vo, original orange cloth; Robinson, W. Heath Railway Ribaldry. London: The Great Western Railway, 1935. 8vo, original paper covers; Gorey, Edward The Doubtful Guest. London: Putnam & Co., 1958. Small oblong 8vo, dust‑jacket; Saint Ogan, Alain Zig et Puce, en route pour l’Amérique. Paris: Hachette, [n.d.] Original card covers with cloth spine; [Idem] Zig, Puce et Alfred. Paris: Hachette, [n.d.] Original card covers with cloth spine; Caumery & J.P. Pinchon Bécassine prend des Pensionnaires. Paris: Gautier‑Languereau, 1934. 4to, original boards with cloth spine; La Semaine de Suzette. Paris: Henri Gautier, [n.d.] 4to, original boards with cloth spine; and 7 others (15) Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library £150‑200

51 Crane, Walter Triplets. Comprising the Baby’s Opera, The Baby’s Bouquet, and The Baby’s Own Aesop. London: George Routledge & Sons Ltd., 1899. Oblong 4to, number 160 of 750 copies, original quarter vellum over brown cloth gilt, ownership inscription to fly‑leaf, some foxing and spotting throughout, some soiling to covers and damage to spine ends; Aldin, Cecil The Romance of the Road. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited, 1928. Folio, number 100 of 200 copies signed by Cecil Aldin, folding map, frontispiece, 9 plates, original vellum gilt, bookplate, inscription in blue biro, a little light foxing, slight discolouration and marking to covers (2) £200‑300


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52 Collection of 19 chapbooks (& several other items) including 9 by J. G. Rusher of Banbury, Oxfordshire: The Galloping Guide to the ABC. 16pp., excluding blue pictorial wrappers, old collector’s number on slip on wrapper; The Cries of Banbury and London; Jack the Giant Killer; The Book of Beasts for Young Persons; Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog; Nursery Poems; London Jingles and Country Tales; Jack & Jill and Old Dame Gill; The History of Tom Thumb, all 16pp. including wrapper; Alnwick: W. Davison, printer A Natural History of Foreign Quadrupeds, 36pp., original pictorial green wrappers; Otley: W. Walker, printer The Pretty and Entertaining History of Tom Thumb. 16pp including wrappers; London: Dean & Munday, printer The Adventures of Jack the Giant Killer, 16pp. including printed yellow wrappers; London: Whitrow & Co., publisher The Honest Farmer and his Good Landlord, 32pp. including wrappers, hand‑coloured woodcuts; Chelmsford: Martin, printer (from colophon) The History of Master Watkins, 16pp. including original green pictorial wrappers; Derby: Henry Mozley & Sons First Lessons for Children, 12pp. including original yellow pictorial wrappers; Battledore The Good Boy/Chairs to Mend, (no printer), pale brown pictorial folding board; Copeland, Walter The Book of Other People. London: Blackie & Son Ltd., [1908], 12mo, concertinaed coloured drawings by Charles Robinson, original pictorial boards, [only 2 copies on COPAC]; Portland [Maine]: Bailey & Noes, [1830] 3 chapbooks: The History of Birds; The History of Insects; The History of Beasts, all 16pp. excluding original pictorial wrappers; and 7 small books/booklets and 5 modern facsimiles £250‑350

53 Darton, W. and T., printers My Friend, or Incidents in Life, Founded on Truth, a Trifle for Children. London: By and For W. & T. Darton, 1810. First edition, 12mo in sixes, engraved title‑vignette and 17 engravings in the text, original pale pink printed wrappers [COPAC, one copy: Cambridge] £150‑200

54 Lewis Carroll, Arthur Rackham & Beatrix Potter, comprising [Dodgeson, C.] Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. London: Macmillan, 1876. Fifty‑first thousand, illustrations, original red cloth gilt, plate 88/89 browned, head and tail of spine worn; Swinburne, A.C. The Springtide of Life. London: W. Heinemann, 1918. Number 303 of 765 copies signed by the author, 9 mounted plates, original vellum‑backed boards, rubbed & soiled; Potter, Beatrix The Tale of Pigling Bland. London: F. Warne & Co., 1913. 12mo, 15 coloured plates, original maroon pictorial boards, endpaper inscribed Xmas 1913, lacking page 9‑10, hinges repaired (3) £150‑200

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55 Lindgren, Astrid – Pippi Långstrump [Pippi Longstocking] – the first three books Pippi Långstrump. Stockholm: Rabén & Sjögren, [1945], ownership signature to free‑endpaper, pp.49‑56 with some small puncture holes, closed tear to pp.125‑6 & 129‑30, hinges repaired, some soiling and chipping to boards; [Idem] Pippi Långstrump går om Bord. Stockholm: Rabén & Sjögren, [1946], ownership signature erased from endpaper, some soiling to lower board; [Idem] Pippi Långstrump i Söderhavet. Stockholm: Rabén & Sjögren, [1948], a little creasing to pages, occasional very light soiling; all first editions, 12mo, original yellow pictorial boards with cloth spines, pages generally browned, a little splitting to hinges (3) £200‑300

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Potter, Beatrix

Potter, Beatrix – a collection of books, including

The Tailor of Gloucester. London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1903. First edition, first issue, deluxe issue in floral patterned fabric, 26 colour illustrations by Beatrix Potter, text‑block detached, a few creases and some internal dust‑soiling, faint gift inscription to dedication, covers dust‑soiled with some discolouration to spine, author’s name tag lacking from upper cover

The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin. London: Frederick Warne and Co., 1903. First edition, first or second impression with the same endpaper repeated four times and without “by the author of Peter Rabbit” to the title‑page, 16mo, 27 colour illustrations, original blue‑grey boards with circular image of Squirrel Nutkin to the upper cover, some splitting to hinges, a little soiling; [Idem] The Tale of Peter Rabbit. London: Frederick Warne and Co., [n.d.] 16mo, later printing without the portrait of Beatrix Potter as Mrs McGregor; [Idem] Ginger & Pickles. London: Frederick Warne and Co., [1909]. First edition, 8vo, original boards, very worn, text‑block loose; with 15 other later editions of Beatrix Potter, and one other (19)


57 Potter, Beatrix The Story of Miss Moppet. London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1906. First edition, first issue with “London & New York” on rear cover, conertinaed folded pages, original printed cloth with covers in ‘envelope’ style, some fraying and soiling to covers £200‑300

59 Roscoe, William The Butterfly’s Ball and the Grasshopper’s Feast. London: J. Harris, Jan. 1st 1807. 16mo. First edition, engraved throughout, 14 hand‑coloured engraved illustrations, original buff wrappers with woodcuts on upper wrapper, inscribed on verso of front wrapper “Tho. Pinrudcloche (?) the gift of his Uncle Lowther Dec. 21 1808”, small puncture mark in the very middle through entire book, some spotting and staining, chiefly to the end, [Osborne, p.76, referring to a “second issue, also published in 1807 had different illustrations and variations in text”], spine worn £400‑500



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CONTINENTAL BOOKS 60 Calvin, John In librum Josue brevis Commentarius, quem paulò ante mortem absoluit. Addita sunt quædam de ejusdem morbo & obitu. Geneva: François Perrin, 1564. 8vo, [32], 316, printer’s woodcut device on title‑page, contemporary vellum, bookplate of Duncan Shaw and early inscription of Franciscus Saluardus, some slight worming in inner margin towards beginning (not affecting text), lacks 3 ties, vellum a little soiled, [USTC 450122; with link to Geneva Library copy only] £700‑1,000

61 Cicero, Marcus Tullius – [Simon de Colines] Officia diligenter restituta. De amicitia et senectute dialogi singuli. Paradoxa et somnium Scipionis. Paris: apud Simon de Colines, 1543, 16mo in 8s, 17th century vellum, g.e., lacks q4‑5 (pp.124‑125) and final blank, pp.1‑123, 126‑174, [then no pagination:] yy7‑E7, title within woodcut border (laid down), a few headlines slightly shaved towards end, [USTC 206807: no copies recorded] £150‑250 62


62 Eck, Johann von Homiliarum sive Sermonum doctissimi viri Ioh. Eckii adversum quoscun[que] nostre temporis haereticos, super Evangelia de tempore ab Adventu usque ad Pascha. [Cologne : Eucharius Cervicornus], 1534, Mense Martio; 8vo, Volume 1 (of 2), [8], 703, full‑page woodcut on p.523, woodcuts in the text, contemporary blindstamped vellum over wooden boards, rebacked retaining original spine, new endpapers retaining one original endpaper with manuscript annotation and bookplate of Georgius Kloss M.D., Frankofurti ad Moenum, [this edition not in USTC], title with ownership deleted, some early mss. annotations £200‑300



European Post Tables – Heger, Franz Joseph

French and Latin books, a collection of 6, including Cluverius, Philippus.

Tablettes des Postes de l’Empire d’Allemagne et des provinces limitrophes. Mayence, [1764], 8vo, [14], 122, [14], modern black morocco, uncut; Nouvelle listes des Postes Principales, dressée en faveur des Voyageurs, qui part de Strasbourg pour l’Allemagne, La Hollande et la Suisse. Strasbourg: Amand Koenig, 1784. 12mo, [2], 54, black morocco, inscribed “The Dutchess of Buccleugh, 1787” on recto of A1 [Avis]; Poppele, E. Manuel des Postes pour l’Allemagne. Frankfurt, 1831, 8vo, original cloth‑backed boards (inscribed “Buccleuch 1839, Vienna, July 10th”) (3) £100‑150

Introduction is in universam Geographiam, tam veterem quam Noram Libri VI. Utrecht: G. Broedelet, 1717. 12mo, engraved title, 2 folding plates, 1 folding table, and 38 engraved plates, good 19th century blindstamped calf in 17th century style; Daubenton, L.J.M. Instructions pour les Bergers et pour les propriétaires de Troupeaux. Paris: P.D. Pierre, 1772. First edition, 8vo, 22 engraved plates, contemporary tree calf gilt, 18th century label “Bibliothéque de M. Alexandre Godar(e) and his initials at foot of spine; [Gouge de Cessières, F.E.] L’art d’aimer, nouveau poëme, 1755. 8vo, frontispiece & 7 engraved plates, contemporary quarter calf, light spots and stains; Marmontel, J.F. Bélisaire. “Londres”, 1780. 12mo, 4 engraved plates, nineteenth century calf gilt, spine gilt; [Coittant, P.E.] Almanach des prisons. Paris: Michel, l’an III [1794], 12mo, frontispiece, 178pp., original wrappers, lacks lower wrapper, few spots and stains; Perrault, C. Fables. Paris, 1827. 12mo, plates, contemporary calf, some spots and stains, rubbed (6) £250‑350

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Continental Books

65 French Literature and History, 7 volumes including Delille, Jacques L’Homme des Champs, ou les Géorgiques Françoises. Basle: J. Decker, 1800. First edition, 4 engraved plates; [bound with:] Delille, Jacques. Dithyrame sur l’immoralité de l’ame. Paris: Giguet et Michaud. 1802. First edition, engraved frontispiece, 12mo, contemporary blue morocco gilt, g.e.; [Lauder (Sir Thomas Dick)]. Lochandhu, histoire du XVIIIe siècle, par Sir Edward Maccaulay ... traduite de l’anglais sur la seconde édition, par A.‑J.‑B. Defauconpret. Paris: Charles Gosselin ... and Mame et Delaunay‑Vallée, 1828, First French edition, 4 volumes, 12mo., contemporary half calf, some spotting, Brunsee library label inside front covers, blue and pink paper strip pasted to foot of spines, (NLS and BL only in Copac, Worldcat adds only BNF and Munich); Maintenon, Françoise d’Aubigné, Marquise de. The Life and Letters of Madame de Maintenon. In Three Volumes. Printed for Lockyer Davis, 1772. 3 volumes in 2, 12mo, a trifle browned in places, one or two minor stains, paperflaw in vol. i touching two letters and a numeral, pp. [ii, ads], xi (including general title and tile for The Life), 263, iii‑v (sectional title to second part lacking or cancelled, stub remaining), [1, ads], 125; [iii‑] viii, 300; xii, 305, 4, ads], original speckled calf, worn, [ESTC N33590 and N34139, the latter giving no collation but calling for a List of Subscribers not present here]; and 6 others (13) £200‑300

66 Giovio, Paolo Vitae Illustrium virorum Tomis duobus, comprehensae & propriis imaginibus illustratae. Basel: Petri Pernae, 1678‑1677. Folio, two volumes in one, [12], 427; [8], 225; title within ornate pictorial woodcut border, numerous fine woodcut portraits, [this edition not in USTC]; [bound with:] Regionum et Insularum atque Locorum Descriptiones, videlicet Britanniae, Scotiae, Hyberniae, Orchadum. Basel, 1578. Folio, 156, [7], later vellum‑backed boards, red morocco lettering piece, a few light spots, variable worming to some margins, boards a bit soiled and rubbed


69 Lubin, Eilhard – [Thomas Ruddiman, Library of The Faculty of Advocates] Antiquarius sive priscorum, et minus usitatorum vocabulorum, brevis ac dilucida interpretatio: ex optimis quibusque Latinae linguae auctoribus depromta, et ordine alphabetico digesta. [Haarlem, Gillis Rooman] apud Zacharias Heyns (Amsterdam), 1594. 8vo, [16], 17‑187 [misnumbered “191”], contemporary vellum, some dampstaining and spotting, lacks top quarter of spine, [USTC 423319], bookplate of Thomas Ruddiman (Keeper of the Library of The Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh), with Shelf‑mark on endpaper £300‑400


67 Johnston, Arthur, editor Delitiae Poetarum Scotorum hujus aevi illustrium. Amsterdam: Joan Blaeu, 1637, 2 volumes, 12mo, 699 + 573, [3], woodcut printer’s device to title‑pages, contemporary vellum, the first volume a bit dampstained, [USTC 1511235], bookplates of Duncan Shaw £200‑300

68 Louis XII of France Advertissement des catholiques anglois aux françois catholiques du danger ou ils sont de perdre leur religion. [No place, no publisher], 1586. 8vo, 133, [3], last leaf blank, small corner of B2 torn away with loss of 1 letter, [USTC 89524 : 1 copy only (Paris) bound with Louis XII de France Apologie ou defence des catholiques unis les uns avec les autres. [No place, no publisher], MDXXCVI (1586), 8vo, 32pp., [USTC 4435]; bound with Louis XII de France Remonstrances aux catholiques de tous les estatz de France, pour entrer en l’association de la ligue. [No place, no publisher], 1586. 8vo, 23 [of 26] leaves, [USTC 77652], ?contemporary vellum, rather dampstained £300‑500



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71 Machiavelli, Niccolo Princeps: ex Sylvestri Telii fulginatis traductione diligenter emendatus. Adjecta sunt ejusdem argumenti aliorum quorundam contra machiavellum scripta, de potestate et officio principum contra tyrannos Oberursel, apud Cornelius Sutor, 1600. 12mo, 2 parts in one volume, 264, [10], [3 blank leaves], [12], 281, [3], woodcut on titles, contemporary vellum, some spotting, some worming around gatherings B‑D of part 2, [USTC 678058] £150‑200

72 Melanchthon, Philipp Epigrammatum Reverendi et Clariss. viri Philippi Melanthonis libri sex. Wittenberg, Johann Schwertel, 1575. 8vo, [148 leaves], (A1‑T4), woodcut portrait on title, later (?19th century) vellum, brown morocco lettering piece, [USTC, recording 6 copies in Germany], a little spotting, occasional light marginal dampstaining £200‑300 70

73 Racine, Jean Théatre complet. Parma: Imprimerie Bodoni, 1813. 3 volumes, large folio, 20th century calf‑backed patterned boards, uncut, light dampstain in upper margin of volume 2, and very slight in volume 3, bookplates of C.E. De M.K. £250‑350

74 Tertullianus, Quintus Septimus Florens Opera. Q Septimii Florentis Tertulliani inter Latinos ecclesiase scriptores primi... è tenebris eruta atque à situ pro virili vindicata. Basel: Johann Froben, 1621. Folio (in sixes), [28], 615, [1], [68], title‑page, dedication and a1 within woodcut border, woodcut initials and ornaments, 20th century red morocco lettered in gilt, small hole at foot of title just affecting woodcut & several words deleted with ink, some early marginal annotations, occasional soiling and staining, mostly to fore‑margin, mostly light, [USTC 679658; 34 copies] £300‑400 74

70 Luther, Martin Tomus Sextus Omnium Operum. Witemberg: Lorenz Schwenck, 1561. Folio, [56], title within woodcut border, a little dampstaining to upper corner, loss of a few letters to sidenote p. 163, contemporary blind‑stamped calf over wooden boards, roll‑stamps containing portraits of Salvator, Filippus, Martinus, Johannes, joints a bit worn, repair to head and base of spine, lacks clasps, [USTC 698678, 11 copies recorded], name in ink D Arch Whitehouse at head of title £200‑300

75 Vico, Giambattista Principi di Scienza Nuova. Milan: Tipografia de’ Classici Italiani, 1801. 3 volumes, 8vo., engraved portrait frontispiece, 1 engraved plate and a large folding table, contemporary morocco backed marbled boards, some foxing, extremities very slightly worn, bookplates of the Biblioteca Caproni; Brockway, Thomas The Gospel Tragedy, an Epic Poem. Worcester, Mass: James R. Hutchins, 1795. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece by Amos Doolittle, contemporary sheep, a bit browned and spotted, pronounced water‑staining at either end, text corrected in 3 places, original tree sheep, worn and scraped in places, joints splitting, contemporary signature at head of title ‘Silvester Gilbert’, [ESTC W12473, no copies in the UK]; and 1 other (5) Note: Principi di Scienza Nuova first printed in Naples in 1725, this was the first posthumous edition, and the first to contain the autobiography. Brockway served the Congregational Church of Lebanon, Connecticut, from 1772, and as chaplain of Colonel Samuel Selden’s State regiment at New York in 1776. £200‑300

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History & Military





History and Services of the 78th Highlanders (Ross‑Shire Buffs), 1793 – 1881. Edinburgh, 1901. 2 volumes, 4to, plates, contemporary half calf gilt

78th Highlanders (Ross‑Shire Buffs) – Davidson, Major Hugh

”Charles I” [John Gauden] Eikon Basilike. The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in his Solitudes and Sufferings. [London, n.p.], 1648. 12mo, contemporary calf, lacks engraved frontispiece, tear to pp.300‑301 with some loss to text [ESTC R224207] £150‑200


79 Biography & memoir, including [‘Dundee, John Graham’ – Charles Leslie attr.?] Memoirs of the Lord Viscount Dundee, the Highland Clans and the Massacre of Glenco. London: Jonas Brown, 1714. First edition, 8vo, contemporary panelled calf, lacking portrait, one page corner torn with slight loss [ESTC T86095]; Cockburn, Henry Journal of Henry Cockburn... Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1874. 2 volumes, 8vo, original red cloth gilt; Stevenson, David Life of Robert Stevenson. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1878. 8vo, original brown cloth gilt; Fitzgerald, Percy The Life of Samuel Johnson... London: Swan Sonnenschein and Co., 1910. 3 volumes, 8vo, original red cloth; and 13 others, sold not subject to return (20) £150‑200

80 Buchanan, John Lanne A Defence of the Scots Highlanders... London: J. Egerton, 1794. 8vo, original boards, spine label peeled away, bookplate, lacking errata slip; Buchanan, William A Historical and Genealogical Essay upon the Family and Surname of Buchanan. Glasgow: William Duncan, 1723. Small 4to, folding frontispiece, contemporary panelled calf, bookplate, one leaf mounted on a guard, some rubbing to upper cover (2) £200‑300


77 [1745 Jacobite Rebellion] A Genuine Intercepted Letter from Father Patrick Graham, Almoner and Confessor to the Pretender’s Son in Scotland, to Father Benedict Yorke. Printed in the Year MDCCLXV [1745]. 8vo, [8]pp., later black half morocco, bookplate of Duncan Shaw, title slightly dust‑soiled, rubbed [ESTC T200582: 2 copies only (NLS)] £150‑200


81 Culloden Papers comprising an extensive and interesting correspondence. London: T. Cadell, 1815. 4to, additional engraved title, 3 engraved plates, full calf gilt by Zaehnsdorf, spine gilt, g.e., a very good copy £200‑250


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82 Darien – [Harris, Walter] The Defence of the Scots Settlement at Darien, Answer’d Paragraph by Paragraph. By Philo‑Britain. London: Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1699. 8vo, [2], 6, 9‑92 p., without the half‑title, 19th century half calf, armorial bookplate of John Whiteford Mackenzie, upper cover detached, one or two small spots and stains, [ESTC R9419] £250‑350

83 [Drummond de Melfort, Guy, Comte de] [Traité sur La Cavalerie. Paris: Guillaume Desprez, 1776] Large folio, atlas volume (text volume not present), containing 31 numbered double page plates (plate 2 is lacking), 2 unnumbered double page plates and 6 unnumbered single page plates after Ridinger, engraved by Vindel, from his Riding School series: “Ein Pferd wie es mit der Blinden aufgeführet wird...” 1744, “Ein Pferd zwischen den Pillars an die Trömel...” 1744, “Pasagiren auf volte mit der Croupe gegen der Soeule” [n.d.], “Die Anweisung die Zügel...” [n.d.], “Ein Pferd von der freyen hand lauffen zu lasen...”, 1776, “Capriole oder das Übersetzen...” 1776, contemporary

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boards with manuscript label to upper cover reading “Ecole de Cavalerie militaire française”, some light dampstaining, plate 5 repaired to lower right corner, a few small repairs including one to plate 29, slight marginal worming to final plate, joints split, some parts of spine detaching Note: The additional 8 plates, including the Ridinger plates, are not normally found as part of Drummond’s work, and have been added separately to complement the Traité sur La Cavalerie. £2,500‑3,000

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84 Elyot, Sir Thomas The boke named the Gouernour deuised by syr Thomas Elyot knyght. Londini : [in ædibus Thomæ Bertheleti typis impress. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum, An. 1544]. Fourth edition, small 8vo (137 x 81mm.), a2‑[a8], A1‑8 – Z8, a‑d8, fine late 19th C or early 20thC panelled calf gilt by Henderson and Bissett, lettered in gilt, g.e., several leaves professionally repaired not affecting text, contemporary pen drawing of a lady’s face on a8, next to which in secretarial script is a prayer and the initials M. [D. ?, L. ? or (possibly) A. ?], presumably the owner: “From the horns of unicorns and the roaring of lions, good Lord, save thy poor handmaiden”. The reference to unicorns and lions is taken from Psalm 22, v.21. Lady Elyot’s (1500‑1560/69) maiden name was Margaret à Barrow or Aborough, so one might speculate the initials are M.A.; lacking the title page, later reduced copies of Holbein’s portraits of Sir Thomas and Lady Elyot bound in, [ESTC S100426] Provenance: William Graham, JP, FRSAS (1855‑1922), Banker, Author of “The One Pound Note”, Antiquary & Book Collector; Family books relating to the Andersons and Grahams of Edinburgh Note: Sir Thomas Elyot’s The boke named the Governour appeared in 1531, one year before Machiavelli’s The Prince. This copy is of the fourth edition, the last to be published during Sir Thomas’s lifetime. It is reckoned the first book in Modern English (as contrasted with Old English or Middle English), and one of the earliest books exhibiting the spreading influence of the Renaissance and Humanism in England (see Printing and the Mind of Man, p.41, No. 191). Elyot’s 19thC editor, Henry Croft, described it as “the earliest treatise on moral philosophy in the English language”. It was intended to direct the education of those destined to fill high positions, and to inculcate those moral principles which alone could fit them for the performance of their duties. Margaret Elyot, née à Barrow or Aborough, was learned in her own right, personally tutored by Sir Thomas More, in whose house she was brought up. It may be speculated therefore that this might have been

her copy: given the secretarial hand and her probable knowledge of the Miles Coverdale Bible (1535), the first complete Bible in Modern English, significantly comparable with her husband’s “The Governour”. The drawing and inscription is of particular interest. Drawing a “self‑portrait” next to an inscription is not uncommon, and the drawing does echo Holbein’s portrait of Margaret Elyot. If Margaret did not have her own copy of the Holbein portraits, it is conceivable that she may have drawn her own “copy” here. £3,000‑4,000




Fea, James

Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club & Gaelic Society of Inverness, The

Considerations on the Fisheries in the Scotch Islands... London: printed for the Author, 1787. 8vo, folding map, two parts in one volume, 6pp. subscribers list at end, new endpapers, modern quarto morocco backed cloth, [ESTC:T9098] £150‑250

86 [Fletcher, Andrew] A Discourse of Government with relation to Militia’s. Edinburgh, Printed in the Year MDCXCVIII (1698). 8vo, 60pp., 19th century brown half morocco, t.e.g., bookplate of Duncan Shaw, lower corner of first 2 leaves restored, [ESTC R6686] £100‑150

87 Highlands of Scotland, 10 volumes, comprising Browne, James A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans. Edinburgh: A. Fullarton and Co., [n.d.] 4 volumes, 8vo, 19th century half‑calf; Logan, James The Scottish Gaël... London: Smith, Elder, and Co., 1831. 2 volumes, 8vo, 2 hand‑coloured frontispieces, 5 coloured plates, 1 uncoloured plates & 4 leaves of music, modern quarter calf; and 4 others (10) £200‑300

Transactions. Stirling, 1929‑66, volumes 32‑37, 39‑43, original green cloth; Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club. Transactions. Inverness, 1855‑1926, volumes 1‑9 (covering 1875‑1925), original maroon cloth, hinges of vol. 1 broken; N[isbet], C.C.] The Signet Club, 1808. Historical Sketch. Edinburgh, Privately Printed, 1928, number 90 of 100 copies signed by the author, original blue calf gilt; Keir, D. The Third Statistical Account of Scotland. The City of Edinburgh. 1966, original cloth (21) £100‑200

89 Jacobite interest – [Swift, Jonathan, attrib.] Hannibal not at our Gates. London, 1714. 8vo, 47pp., final leaf repaired in places, with holes affecting text, erased signature to upper cover Note: Thought to be a rebuttal by Jonathan Swift to Daniel Defoe’s “Hannibal at the Gates”. Defoe, a supporter of the Hanoverian claim to the British throne, had issued his pamphlet calling for political cohesion at a time of uncertainty. The answer, attributed to Swift, mockingly purports to be “A Dialogue Between my Lord Panick and George Steady”. The ESTC does not seem to list a copy with 47 pages, although the Royal Collection does own an edition similar to this. £150‑250


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Jacobite Rebellion, 14 volumes, including Johnstone, Chevalier de

Maitland, William

Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746. 1820. 4to, portrait, plan, modern quarter calf, uncut; Lockhart, George The Lockhart Papers. 1817. 2 volumes, 4to, modern red quarter morocco; [Forbes, Duncan] Memoirs of the Life of Lord Lovat. London, 1746, 2 copies, 8vo, contemporary calf gilt, rebacked, & modern quarter morocco; [Burton, John] A Genuine and true Journal of the most miraculous escape of the Young Chevalier. London, 1749., tear at foot of title repaired, modern quarter calf; Henderson, A. The Life of William Augustus Duke of Cumberland. 1766, 8vo, frontispiece, contemporary calf; Macdonald, A.R. The Truth about Flora MacDonald. 1938. 4to, two‑tone cloth; Maxwell, James Narrative of Charles Prince of Wales’ Expedition to Scotland in the year 1745. 1841, 4to, contemporary quarter calf, rubbed; Gordon, James Remarks on Colonel Stewart’s Sketches of the Highlanders. 1823, 8vo, contemporary half calf, rubbed; Stewart, David Sketches of the Character, Manners, and Present State of the Highlanders of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1822. 2 volumes, 8vo, large hand‑coloured folding map, contemporary half calf gilt ; and 2 others (14)

The History of Edinburgh, from its Foundation to the Present Time. Edinburgh: for the Author, 1753. Folio, 21 engraved plates including folding frontispiece, 20th century quarter calf, a little light dust‑soiling and minor spotting, slightly rubbed



94 Military – Militia, 2 volumes, comprising A List of the Officers of the Militia of the United Kingdom. War Office, 1st June 1813. 8vo, contemporary tree calf gilt, red morocco label; Highmore, Anthony The History of the Honourable Artillery Company, of the City of London. London: for the Author, 1804. 8vo, frontispiece, folding plan, owner’s name on title, 19th century half calf, upper joint split (2) £200‑300

95 Military History, 7 volumes, comprising Cannon, Richard

91 Law, Robert – Witchcraft Memorialls; or, the Memorable things that Fell Out within this Island of Brittain from 1628 to 1684. 4to, frontispiece, later blue cloth, some spotting, slight dampstaining and a little offsetting onto title £150‑200

Historical Record of the Tenth, or the North Lincolnshire, Regiment of Foot. 1847, 3 coloured plates; [Hart, J.S.] The Horse Guards. 1850, 8vo, lithographed title and hand‑coloured plates; Historical Records of the British Army The Fifth, or Princess Charlotte of Wales’s Regiment of Dragoon Guards. 1839, 8vo, 3 hand‑coloured plates; Cannon, R. Historical Record of the Twenty‑Second or The Cheshire Regiment of Foot. 1849. 8vo, 3 hand‑coloured plates; Historical Records of the British Army. The Sixth, or Royal First Warwickshire Regiment of Foot. 1839, 2 hand‑coloured plates; Cannon, R. Historical Record of the First, or Royal Regiment of Foot. 1847, 8vo, 3 hand‑coloured plates, rebacked retaining original spine; Historical Records of the British Army The Second Regiment of Foot, or Queen’s Royal. 1838, 8vo, 3 hand‑coloured plates, modern quarter morocco, the first 6 original red blindstamped cloth, a little wear (7) £200‑300

96 Military History, a quantity, including Shipp, John


92 Lhuyd, Edward Archaeologia Britannica... volume 1: Glossography [all published]. Oxford: M. Bateman, 1707. First edition, folio, modern half calf, lacking front paste‑down endpaper, a little damp damage to final few leaves [ESTC T116102] £150‑200 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

The Military Bijou. 1831. 2 vol., 8vo, modern boards; Farie, R. Campaign in France in the year 1792. 1849, 8vo; Younghusband, G.J. The Story of the Guides. 1908, 8vo; Gretton, G. le M. The Campaigns and History of the Royal Irish Regiment from 1684 to 1902. 1911, 4to; [Blampied, H.J.] With a Highland Regiment in Mesopotamia 1916‑1917. Bombay, 1918, 8vo; Lowe, W.D. War History of the 18th (S.) Battalion Durham Light Infantry. 1920, 8vo; Thompson, R.R. The Fifty‑Second (Lowland) Division 1914‑1918. 1923, 8vo; Ewing, J. The Royal Scots 1914‑1919. 1925, 2 vol., 8vo; Wauchope, A.G. A History of The Black Watch [Royal Highlanders] in The Great War. 1925‑ 26, 3 vol., 8vo; McCance, S. History of the Royal Munster Fusiliers. 1927, vol. 1 only, 4to; Ross of Bladensburg, John The Coldstream Guards 1914‑1918. 1928, 3 vol. including map vol., 8vo; Gardyne, C.G. The Life of a Regiment. The History of The Gordon Highlanders. 1929, 3 vol., 8vo, dust‑jackets; Gillon, S. The K.O.S.B. in the Great War. [c.1930], 8vo; Erskine, D. The Scots Guards 1919‑1955. 1956; and a quantity of similar material, mostly original cloth £400‑600

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97 Military Regimental Histories, including Broughton, U.H.R. The Dress of the First Regiment of Life Guards in three Centuries. 1925. 4to, number 184 of 300 copies, presentation copy from the author, original brown pigskin, t.e.g.; Dunn‑Pattison, R.P. The History of the 91st Argyllshire Highlanders. 1910, original cloth, spine faded; Wylly, H.C. Neill’s “Blue Caps”. 2 volumes, vol. 1 original cloth, vol. 2 green half morocco gilt; Dyer, E.E. The History of the Volunteers of Clackmannan and Kinross. Alva, 1907; Tullibardine, Marchioness of A Military History of Perthshire 1660‑1902. Perth, 1908, 2 volumes, 4to; Historical Record of the Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders. 1909. 2 volumes, 4to; Lacey, J.H.S. History of the Royal Engineers., bound typescript, red half morocco by Bayntun, t.e.g.; Bulloch, J.M. Territorial Soldiering in the N.E. of Scotland during 1759‑1814. Aberdeen, 1914, 4to; Mackintosh, H.B. The Inverness Shire Highlanders or 97th Regiment of Foot. 1926; Stewart, J. The Fifteenth (Scottish) Division. 1926; Aubrey‑Fletcher, H.L. A History of Foot Guards to 1856. 1927, dust‑jacket; Elliot, G.F.S. War History of the 5th Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers. Dumfries, 1928; Y., I. The Fifes in South Africa. Cupar, 1903; Davson, H.M. The History of the 35th Division in the Great War. 1926; £250‑350

98 Pembroke, Henry Herbert, Earl of Military Equitation: or, a Method of Breaking Horses... Salisbury: E. Easton, 1778. Third edition, small 4to, 16 folding plates, red quarter morocco over blue paper‑covered boards, contents leaf and G4 mis‑bound, some page corners nibbled away, plate 7 torn with some loss to engraving, a little spotting and dust‑soiling, upper cover detached £150‑200


99 Scottish Historical Review being a New Series of The Scottish Antiquary established 1886. Glasgow: J. Maclehose, 1904‑26. 23 volumes including index, plates, contemporary maroon half morocco gilt, lacking vol. 16, a few volumes rubbed (23) £150‑250

100 Scottish History Society, 59 volumes First Series. Edinburgh, 1887‑1909, comprising volumes 1, 8, 10‑11, 19‑25, 27, 33‑34, 41, 47, 51‑53, 57‑58 only, including Paton, Henry The Lyon in Mourning. Edinburgh, 1895‑96, 3 volumes, all 8vo, original blue cloth gilt; Second Series. Edinburgh, 1916‑1920, comprising volumes 2, 5, 10, 12, 14‑15 & 20 only, all 8vo, original red cloth gilt; Third Series. Edinburgh, 1928‑1963, comprising volumes 13‑15, 22‑23, 27, 31, 37‑38, 43, 48, 52‑53 only, all 8vo, ooriginal green cloth gilt; Fourth Series. Edinburgh, 1964‑1986, comprising volumes 1, 7‑9, 12‑13 & 15‑17 only, all 8vo, blue cloth; Fifth Series. Edinburgh, 1989‑2002, comprising volumes 2, 4, 9‑10 (and another 10), 13 only, all 8vo, black cloth; sold not subject to return (59) £300‑500


101 Scottish History Society, a near complete run, comprising irst Series. Edinburgh, 1887‑1911, volumes 1‑61, original blue cloth gilt Second Series. Edinburgh, 1911‑1920, volumes 1‑20, original red cloth gilt Third Series, volumes 1‑55, original green cloth gilt, lacking 53 & 54 Fourth Series. Edinburgh, 1964‑1987, volumes 1‑23, original light blue cloth

Fifth Series. Edinburgh, 1987‑2006, volumes 1‑19, original black cloth; Sixth Series,. Edinburgh, 2007‑2018 volumes 1‑13, original red cloth, lacking volume 4, bookplates of Lord Shaw of Dumfermline, William Saunders and or Duncan Shaw; binding of volume 14 of Series 1 slightly dampstained, otherwise very good or fine condition £2,000‑3,000


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Scottish History, including Glasgow Archaeological Society

Scottish Military History, including Cavendish, Brigadier‑General A.E.J.

Transactions. [Old Series] vol. 1‑2. 1868‑1883; Transactions. New Series, vol. 1‑6 part 1 and 7‑8, 1890‑1933, volume 8 part IV Supplement, 1934; all but 6 part 1 maroon half morocco, t.e.g.; Scottish Historical Society & other volumes £200‑300

103 Scottish Military History, a quantity, including Mac Innes, Lt.‑Col. John The Brave Sons of Skye. 1899, 4to, original red cloth gilt, slight spotting; Historical Records of the 72nd Highlanders, now 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. 1886, 8vo, green morocco, neatly rebacked; Clark, James Historical Record and Regimental Memoir of The Royal Scots Fusiliers. 1885, 8vo; Leask, J.C. & H.M. McCance The Regimental Records of The Royal Scots. Dublin, 1915. 4to, original calf, neatly rebacked retaining original spine; Weir, R.W. A History of the Scottish Borders Militia. Dumfries, 1877; ;Cooper, W.S. A History of the Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 1881, original cloth; Orr, James History of the Seventh Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers. 1884, worn, repairs; Howie, David History of the 1st Lanark Rifle Volunteers. 1887, 8vo; Dewar, T.F. With the Scottish Yeomanry... South Africa. Arbroath, 1901; A Short History of The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 1725‑1907. 1908; Historical Records of the Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders. 1909, 2 volumes, 4to; MacWilliam, H.D. The Official Records of the Mutiny in the Black Watch. 1910., 4to; Scobie, I.H.M. An Old Highland Fencible Corps. 1914, 4to; Moir‑Bryce, W. Souvenir of the Queen’s Rifle Volunteer Brigade Royal Scots in 1889. [c.1889], oblong 4to, original red morocco‑backed pictorial boards, somewhat worn and soiled; Groves, P. History of the 79th Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders. 1893. Folio, 4 coloured plates by Harry Payne; Tullibardine, Marchioness of A Military History of Perthshire. 1908, 2 volumes, 4to; Ferguson, J. Record of the 9th [Volunteer] Battalion (Highlanders) The Royal Scots. 1909, 8vo, Edmonstone Brown, A.N. Notes on the Dress of the Seventy‑First Regiment,. 1934. Oblong 4to, green half calf, rubbed; Ashdown, C.H. The “Old Albanian” 1899‑1902, 8vo; Buchan, John A History of the Great War. 1922. 4 volumes, 8vo; Wylly, H.C. Neill’s Blue Caps. Volume 1 only, 4to; Brown, W.S. War Record of 4th Bn. King’s Own Scottish Borderers and Lothians and Border Horse. 1920. 4to, quarter vellum gilt; ”Backsight Forethought” The Defence of Duffer’s Drift. 1913, 8vo; Clark, J. Historical Record and Regimental Memoir of the Royal Scots Fusiliers. 1885, 8vo, coloured plates; Davies, G. The Early History of the Coldstream Guards. 1924; Petre, F. Loraine The Scots Guards in the Great War. 1925, 8vo; original cloth, except where noted; and a quantity of others on Scottish military history £300‑500

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An Reisimeid Chataich. The 93rd Sutherland Highlanders, now 2nd Bn. The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (princess Louise’s) 1799‑1927. 1928. Published Privately. 4to, original cloth gilt, 1 additional illustration inserted opposite p.87;Gardyne, C.G. The Life of a Regiment. The History of The Gordon Highlanders. 1929, 2 volumes, dustwrappers; [Peninsula War] Memorials of the Late War. Edinburgh, 1828. 2 volumes, 12mo, original cloth; Weaver, L. The Story of The Royal Scots. 1915, 8vo; Pugh, P.D.G. Heraldic China Mementoes of the First World War. 1772m 4to; Stephen, W. History of the Queen’s City of Edinburgh Rifle Volunteer Brigade. 1881, 8vo; Kipling, A.L. & H.L. King Head‑Dress Badges of the British Army. 1980. 2 vol., 4to, dust‑jackets; Adam, F. The Clans, Septs and Regiments of the Scottish HIghlands. 1934, 8vo; Miller, A.E.H. & N.P. Dawnay Military Drawings and Paintings in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen. 1966‑70. 2 vol., 4to, dustwrappers £200‑300

105 Scottish Military Rolls of Honour, including McKenzie, W.J., editor The Morayshire Roll of Honour. Elgin, 1921. 4to, original blue cloth gilt, slightly rubbed, binding slightly marked; High School of Glasgow The Book of Service and Remembrance, 1939‑1945. 1948m 4to; Arbroath Roll of Honour. Arbroath and District 1939‑45. Small 4to; [Glasgow] The Glasgow Academy Roll of Service 1939‑1945. 1951, 8vo; Bo’ness and Carriden Parishes Roll of Honour 1939‑1945. 8vo, half morocco; University of Honour Roll of Honour 1914‑1919. 1921, 4to; University of St. Andrews The Roll of Honour 1939‑45; Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited Roll of Honour 1914‑1918. 8vo; [George Watson] A Memorial Record of Watsonians who served in the Great War 1914‑1918. 1920, 4to; [George Watson] The Watsonian War Record 1939‑45. 1951, 4to, dustwrapper; Royal High School Roll of Honour 1939‑45; Glasgow Academy Roll of Honour 1914‑1918, 1933; Ashdown, C.H. The Old Albanian. 1899‑1902; George Heriot’s School Roll of Honour 1939‑45. 1950; Soldiers died in the Great War. The Highland Light Infantry. 1988; The Gordon Highlanders, (reprint), wrappers; and 1 other: War Graves £150‑250

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106 Smith, Adam An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. London: T. Caddell and W. Davies, 1805. Eleventh edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, original blue publisher’s boards with manuscript titles to spines, half‑titles to volumes 2 & 3 as usual, advertisement leaf in volume 3, some wear and loss to spines and covers, Q4 in volume 1 torn without loss, some very light dampstaining to a few pages in volumes 1 & 2, some foxing to volumes 2 & 3 (3) £800‑1,200

107 Smith, Adam An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. Dublin: W. Colles [&c.], 1785. Fourth edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, half‑titles, contemporary calf, rebacked, corners repaired, armorial bookplates of Chas. Dalston Purvis and James T. Hopwood, 18th century inscription on titles of Chas. Dalston Barker £300‑500



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108 Victoria, Queen – Tulloch, W.W., with the Queen’s manuscript corrections [Life of Queen Victoria. 1887] 2 volumes, 8vo, proof copy with manuscript corrections said to be in the hand of Queen Victoria (and seemingly to be in her hand); [Idem] The Story of the Life of the Prince Consort... London: James Nisbet & Co., 1887. 8vo, inscribed “For the Queen” to half‑title, with several manuscript corrections, probably by Tulloch, with several bound‑in notes; and a copy of Tulloch’s 1887 The Story of the Life of Queen Victoria; Photograph album of the family of Principal John Tulloch, including several family photographs, but also photographs of Scottish scenes by James Valentine, various University professors, a golfing photograph including Tom Morris and photographs of Queen Victoria, Prince Alfred, the Prince and Princess of Wales and Balmoral Castle; Principal John Tulloch certificate appointing John Tulloch one of the Chaplains in Ordinary in Scotland, dated 29th July 1859, signed by A. Carnegy Ritchie and George Dalziel, with red seal , framed and glazed (6) Provenance: From the family of the author, W. W. Tulloch. Note: The two volumes entitled “Life of Queen Victoria” subsequently became Tulloch’s 1887 “The Story of the Life of Queen Victoria”. Although the volumes are not signed by the Queen, several annotations seem to be hers. For example, in part iii “The Young Wife and Mother”,

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the proof copy states on p.89: of Her Majesty’s ladies‑in‑waiting, writes “that the Queen’s look and manners were very pleasing; her eyes much swollen with tears... The latter part of the sentence has been crossed through, and “omit not true” written in the outer margin. This section of the sentence does not appear in the final version. The second volume of the proof copy, containing a fuller version of the text, states on the title‑page “This contains the Queens [sic.] own corrections and her own writing, WWT.” This volume contains small corrections and annotations, such as a ruled through section on p.24 with the pencil note “a complete myth”. Other notes, possibly in Tulloch’s hand, are in ink. One such note reads: Would the Queen graciously permit the subsequent letter with which Her Majesty honoured Mr. Tulloch to appear here? A pencilled reply below reads: Certainly, with an indistinct initial, which may be “VR”. Tulloch’s connection to Queen Victoria may have developed through his father, Principal John Tulloch, who was one appointed of Her Majesty’s Chaplains for Scotland. This led him to preach several sermons for the Queen. The accompanying photograph album and certificate of appointment relate to John Tulloch. He was evidently well connected – not only does the album feature photographs of the Queen and her family, but also of figures such as Tom Morris, playing golf at St Andrews, where Tulloch was principal of St Mary’s College. £4,000‑6,000



LITERATURE 109 Adams, Richard Watership Down. London: Rex Collings, 1972. First edition, 8vo, compliments slip from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (where Adams worked at the time of writing), original brown cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, neat ownership signature to free‑endpaper, otherwise fine condition £300‑400

110 Ascham, Roger The Scholemaster Or plaine and perfite way of teaching children, to understand, write and speake the Latin tong, but specially purposed for the private bringing up of youth in Gentlemen and Noble mens houses. London: Printed by John Daye, 1571. Second edition, 4to (185 x 132mm.), [A1‑2], B‑T4, title within typographic border, large woodcut initial to [A2], large woodcut to recto of final leaf, Leaf 67 misnumbered 65., nineteenth century dark green morocco by Henderson & Bisset, spine lettered in gilt, g.e., some early marginalia, 4pp. of neat scholarly notes by William Graham to 2 extra leaves bound in at beginning, upper fore‑margin of title renewed, fore‑margin of 4 leaves [A2, B1‑3] restored with 7 letters supplied in very neat pen facsimile by William Graham, corner of O2 renewed with a few letters supplied in very neat pen facsimile, ink ownership inscriptions to B1 margin (see Provenance), binding spine faded, [ESTC S100261], a little dampstaining Provenance: John Mason: “Johannes Mason Posessor/ hujus libri 1726/ stetit [?]”; “John Mason Soldier in Colls. Charles Howards Company in the Second Regiment of foot Guards”, in margins of B1; William Graham, JP, FRSAS (1855‑1922), Banker, Author of “The One Pound Note”, Antiquary & Book Collector; Family books relating to the Andersons and Grahams of Edinburgh Note: Like his father before him, and like his step‑brother Christopher who vigorously supported Gaelic Schools, Robert Anderson (1768‑1850) was devoted to the education of women and determined that his daughters should be educated as well as his sons. Similarly Roger Ascham served Queen Elizabeth, and on his death it is recorded that Elizabeth said she “would rather have cast £10,000 into the sea

than lose her Ascham”. Inspired by this and by Joseph Lancaster, Robert Anderson’s daughter Euphemia Cargill Anderson, Sr. (1801‑1856) and her elder brother Robert, Jr. (1799‑1868), a mathematics teacher, opened the Gayfield Square School for Young Ladies in 1834. £3,000‑4,000

111 Austen, Jane The Novels. Edinburgh: J. Grant, 1911‑12. 12 volumes, 8vo, original blue cloth gilt, t.e.g., all volumes with inscription on endpaper or preliminary leaf “D.H. from S.H. (and date)” (12) £200‑250


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112 Bibliography – Jebb, Samuel, editor

may be raised at Home. London: A. Bettesworth, C. Hitch and S. Birt, 1738. Fourth edition, 12mo., pp. xxxix, [9], 239, [1]; contemporary sheep, neatly rebacked preserving the original label, [Goldsmiths’ 7552; Kress 4384; Sabin 26827; Alden 738/109] (2) Note: A complete run of this irregularly published periodical edited by Samuel Jebb, then librarian to the polemicist Jeremy Collier. Of particular interest is the section of ‘The Labours of the Learned’ at the end of most issues, in which Jebb gives an account of the most important recent or forthcoming publications in the fields of classical scholarship, theology, science and medicine, throughout Europe, but especially in Scandinavia, Germany and France.

Bibliotheca Literaria, being a Collection of Inscriptions, Medals, Dissertations, &c. To be continued. Numb. I for the Year 1722 [‑ Number X]. London, Printed for W. and J. Innys & T. Woodward, 1722 [‑1724]. 10 issues (all published) bound in one volume, each paginated [2], 48, 4to., apparently without the advertisement leaf following each title‑page mentioned in ESTC, 19th century half calf and purple buckram, by Hatton of Manchester, the odd signature foxed or browned; the Macclesfield copy, with bookplate and blindstamps, [ESTC P164]; Gee, Joshua The Trade and Navigation of Great‑Britain considered: shewing that the surest Way for a Nation to increase in Riches, is to prevent the Importation of such foreign Commodities as


113 Brewster, David The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia... Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1830. 18 volumes, 4to, contemporary half calf rebacked with modern spines, some foxing throughout, sold not subject to return (18) £800‑1,200




British Museum

Brown, George Mackay – a collection of his books, signed and addressed to him

Catalogue of the Books Printed in the XVth Century in the British Museum. London: The Trustees of the British Museum, 1963‑1971. 12 volumes, folio, including Facsimilies volumes, original boards with cloth spines (12) £300‑400

A large quantity of books signed by G. Mackay Brown, including: Millman, Lawrence Last places: a journey in the north. London: Andre Deusch, 1990. First edition, 8vo; Montgomerie, Norah and William The well at the world’s end. London: The Bodley Head, 1975. First edition, 8vo; Graves, Robert King Jesus. London: Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1946. First edition, 8vo; A large quantity of books with messages to George: Burgess, Anthony Little Wilson and Big God. London: Heinemann, 1987. First edition, 8vo; Betjeman, John The illustrated summoned by bells. London: John Murray, 1989. Third edition, 8vo; MacDougall, Carl The Casanova papers. London: Secker & Warburg, 1996. Uncorrected proof copy, 8vo; Maddox, Brenda The married man: D. H. Lawrence. London: Sinclair‑Stevenson, 1994. First edition, 8vo; and a large quatity of unsigned books (qty) £600‑800

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116 Brown, George Mackay, a collection of autograph and typescript items, comprising 1) Autograph “Coal”, 7pp. story of coal and Brother Julius at Newbattle Abbey, revised in pencil, with autograph note at top “shortened version instead of this” 2) Autograph Addendum to STV script by Ian Grimble “The Holy Stones”, 3pp., 4to, numerous corrections, additions and deletions, initialled and dated “GMB 18/19 May 1976”3) Autograph Under Brinkies Brae, dated 29‑5‑80, 2pp., 8vo, black biro, corrections in pencil, also marked “not published GMB” in pencil at head of page 1 [Draft, apparently not published, of one of his weekly contributions to The Orcadian 4) Typescript. Christmas Visitors, a Story, dated 18 Nov. 1982 (struck through), 8pp. including title, 4to, numerous pencil additions and corrections [First published in Christmas Stories, Perpetua Press, 1985]; 5) Typescript. “Dialogue”, dated Stromness, 1975. Folio, 12pp., numerous corrections and additions in pencil, annotated “Corrected script” on title leaf; 6) Skatehorn the Tramp, 2pp., large 8vo, 35 lines of poetry, half scored through or deleted, initialled, undated [Possibly an ear early draft of part of The Horse Fair from The Wreck of the Archangel (1989); 7) Typescript. The Living Poet, 5 leaves 4to, partly scared through and with pencil notes [possibly script for broadcast, 1979], with note “In Voyages, 1983”; 8) Autograph Ballad of the Golden Bird. 12 leaves, large 8vo, black biro, undated, each leaf lightly scored through [Published as The Golden Bird: Two Golden Stories, John Murray, 1987; 9) Autograph A Spell for Green Corn – 1 [1961‑62] The Maskers (a play), 21 leaves, 8vo, red, blue and black biro, corrected in pencil, note on verso of last leaf “Written 1965 ? 1966 ?”, Cancelled (scored through), revised 17 – Dec. 1974” [First published Hogarth Press, 1970]; 10) Autograph Song for the Spring of Equinox. 12pp on 12mo notepaper, autograph manuscript, pencil and biro, signed 1/3/1996; 11) Typescript Keepers of the House, December 1976, 14 leaves, 4to, autograph corrections, note on title page “The Old Stile Press (1986), limited edition, working copy”; 12) Autograph Foreword: The Lordly Ones (Anthology of Stones, ed John Matthews) 1994, 2pp., 8vo, black ink, signed George Mackay Brown; 13) Typescript. The Third Magus. 9pp., 4to, dated October 1978, annotated in pencil including note “Not to be used” and “Working copy”, [1st published in Andrina & other Stories, 1982); 14) Autograph Kirkwall: Conservation Area (Foreword), 4pp. 4to, initialled GMB March 1985, some pencil annotations; 15) Autograph Perilous Seas. A Dramatic

Biography of John Gow the Pirate (1798‑1725) in six parts. Signed and dated October 1954, parts 1 and 4‑6 only, 113 pages, 8vo, pencil, red underlining of stage directions; 16) Autograph. 2 pp., 8vo, uncaptioned “Light and sea‑noise and soil of Birsay”, ink, corrections and additions in pencil; 17) Typescript. Magi I, 3pp., folio, torn in 4 and stapled back together, lacking 1 corner (with text), with photocopy of the poem written out in another hand; 18) Typescript The Third Magus, 9 pp., 4to, dated October 1978 at end, 1st page lightly scored through with pencilled note “Not to be published GMB”; 19) Autograph 2 manuscript leaves, one with notes of The Scotsman review of best books 1994, the 2nd a note on envelope verso: Maeshowe: Poster Poem for National Museum of Scotland, initialled “GMB 5‑iii‑96”; 20) Typescript “A Christmas Story”, pp. 2‑7, lacking page 1, pencil revision to last page. £2,500‑3,000

117 Brown, George Mackay: manuscript notes and writings Play The Provider, April 1963, Bathgate. 17 manuscript pages of a play, with manuscript corrections; and a re‑worked copy; and several manuscript leaves of notes and re‑workings surrounding the play; Play Paper Shadow Play. 4 manuscript pages; Play The Island of Adam’s Bright Children. 13 manuscript leaves with corrections, signed George Mackay Brown and dated September 1962; and an 18 leaf reworked version, with corrections; Play A Reel of Sea Blue Sins. 19 manuscript pp. with corrections, signed George Mackay Brown October 1962; Article for Country Homes and Interiors manuscript on 5 leaves, signed George Mackay Brown and dated 14th November 1994; Article on T.S. Eliot. 9 manuscript pp.; Poem A Landlady in Emmaus. 3 manuscript pp., dated Easter Monday 1989, signed; Poem The Guardians. 5 manuscript pp. of the poem with reworkings, signed George Mackay Brown 1976; Poem O My Green Home. 2 manuscript pp., seven stanzas with corrections; Story The Road to Emmaus. 5 manuscript pp., scored through with pencil; Television Script for Orkney Tapestry, 1980, notes on 8 manuscript pp.; Notebook containing 58pp. of manuscript notes, poems and prose; Typescript Two Horses, Rose and Terror. 25‑27 June 1974, 15pp. with a few pencil corrections; and a collection of other small notes and scraps of writing £2,500‑3,000


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118 Brown, George Mackay – Godding, Deborah – Aberdein, John – Beasant, Pam Cold Kye, Curlew Cry. [Stromness], Orkney: Solisquoy Printmakers Workshop, 1989. Folio, number 4 of 30 copies produced, signed in pencil to the title‑page by all four contributing poets and all four contributing artists [Christina Smith, John Cumming, Erlend Brown and Jeremy Baster], comprising four printed poems and four accompanying limited edition prints, each signed by the artist, loose bifolia in original portfolio case with ties, a little foxing to covers and slightly to title‑page Provenance: The Family of Deborah Randall/Godding £1,500‑2,500

119 Brown, George Mackay – Gunnie Moberg, photographer Stone. Verona: Duval & Hamilton, [1987]. Small 4to, number 22 of 125, signed by Moberg and Mackay Brown, original quarter grey morocco gilt, slipcase £400‑600

120 Burns, Robert Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. Edinburgh: William Creech, 1787. Second [First Edinburgh] edition, 8vo, half‑title, first issue with “skinking” on p. 263 and “Boxburgh” for “Roxburgh” in list of subscribers, engraved frontispiece, list of subscribers, contemporary tree calf, early ownership inscription of Edward Bethy, Captain of the Life Guards, 1812, some splitting to joints £500‑700

121 Celtic Magazine: A Monthly Periodical devoted to the Literature, History, Antiquities, Folk Lore, Traditions and the Social and Material Interests of the Celt, conducted by Alexander Mackenzie and the Rev. Alexander MacGregor. Inverness, Edinburgh & Glasgow, 1876‑88. Volumes 1‑13 , 8vo, modern quarter maroon morocco gilt, spines slightly faded (13) £150‑250 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2



122 Churchill, Sir Winston Spencer The Collected Works. London: Library of Imperial History, 1973‑76. Centenary Limited Edition, 8vo, 38 volumes, one of 3000 copies, full vellum gilt, slipcases (38) Provenance: Wynches, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire £1,200‑1,800



Crichton Smith, Iain, a collection of 50 volumes, including

Dickens, Charles

The Long River. Edinburgh, 1955, original wrappers; Thistles and Roses. 1961, original cloth, spine faded, card with Roy Fuller’s notes loosely inserted; From Bourgeois Land. 1969, dustwrapper; The Last Supper. 1969, dustwrapper; ; Survival without Error. 1970, signed copy, dustwrapper; My Last Duchess. 1971, dustwrapper; Love Poemes & Elegies, 1972, dustwrapper; The Tenement. 1985, signed copy, dustwrapper; Selected Stories. 1990, presentation copy, signed, dustwrapper

American Notes for General Circulation. London: Chapman and Hall, 1842. First edition, first issue (with “xvi” on verso of Contents leaf vol.1), 8vo, original maroon blindstamped cloth, owner’s name erased from head of front free endpaper of vol. 1, spines faded, bindings rather stained


Dickens, Charles


125 The Picture of Italy. London: For the Author, Bradbury & Evans. 1846. First edition, half‑title, 2pp. adverts at beginning and end, original blue blindstamped cloth, slightly rubbed; [Idem] The Battle of Life. 1846. First edition, fourth issue, lacks front free endpaper, original pictorial red cloth gilt, rubbed (2) £100‑150


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126 Dickens, Charles A Christmas Carol. London: Chapman & Hall, 1843. First edition, second issue title‑page in red and blue but with ‘Stave one’ rather than ‘Stave I.’ on page 1 [Eckel, The First Editions of Charles Dickens, 1913, pp.116‑119], small 8vo, 4 hand‑coloured plates, contemporary red half morocco, lacking advert leaves, bookplate and ownership stamp to title‑page Provenance: Bookplate of the Reverend the Honourable Sidney Meade, with the stamp of his seat, Frankleigh House (Wiltshire) to the title‑page £500‑700

127 Dickens, Charles Works. London: Chapman and Hall, July 1871‑October 1873. Household Edition, 28 parts comprising: Oliver Twist, The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, David Copperfield, Bleak House & Little Dorrit; and 3 later copies of Dickens novels, most with original wrappers, a few wrappers lacking, a few tears; sold as a periodical not subject to return (31) £300‑400

129 Dickens, Charles – two Christmas books

128 Dickens, Charles [Works]. London: Chapman and Hall, [c.1880], 13 volumes, 8vo, etched titles and plates by H.K. Browne, contemporary green half morocco, spines gilt, g.e., rubbed (13) £200‑300

The Battle of Life. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1846. First edition, small 8vo, second variation [thought to have been first variation until 1913, see Eckel pp.128‑9] with ‘A Love Story’ on the engraved title‑page inside a banner but without a cupid, original red cloth gilt, some slight wear to covers; [Idem] The Haunted Man. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1848. First edition, small 8vo, contemporary half red morocco, lacking adverts, bookplate, ownership stamp to title‑page. small repair to pp.25‑26 (2) Provenance: “The Haunted Man” with the bookplate of the Reverend the Honourable Sidney Meade, with the stamp of his seat, Frankleigh House (Wiltshire) to the title‑page £250‑350

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130 Dostoyevsky / Dostoevsky, Fyodor The Brothers Karamazov. London: William Heinemann, 1912. First English edition, 8vo, half‑title (stating this is volume 1 of Dostoyevsky’s works) with adverts to verso, original red cloth with decoratively tooled spine, joints weak, some wear and fading to covers £5,000‑7,000



[Dutens, Louis]

Fleming, Ian

Memoirs of a Traveller, now in Retirement. Written by himself. Interspersed with historical, literary, and political Anecdotes, relative to many of the principal Personages of the present Age. London: Printed for Rich. Phillips, 1806. First edition in English, 5 volumes, small 8vo, half‑titles, contemporary half green morocco, bookplate of the Gladstone family library at Fasque, ownership inscription cut from the upper margin of title‑page in volume I

Thrilling Cities. London: Jonathan Cape, 1963. First edition, 8vo, original quarter cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, a puncture and some dampstaining to dust‑jacket and covers; [Idem] You Only Live Twice. London: Jonathan Cape, 1964. First edition, 8vo, original black cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, some very slight dampstaining to lower cover of dust‑jacket, slight shelf‑lean; [Idem] The Man with the Golden Gun. London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First edition, 8vo, original black cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, slight soiling to p.59, slight shelf‑lean (3)




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133 Fleming, Ian From Russia, with Love. London: Jonathan Cape, 1957. First edition, first impression with ‘first published 1957’ to copyright page and rear flap of dust‑jacket blank, 8vo, original black cloth with gun and rose motif, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped but with a little chipping, slight darkening, a couple of foxing stains and some slightly indented marks to lower cover, very small closed tear to p.197, a few light internal marks, slight foxing to fore‑edges and small damp spot to upper edge not affecting pages £400‑600

134 Fleming, Ian Goldfinger. London: Jonathan Cape, 1959. First edition, 8vo, original black cloth with skull motif, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with one small repair to a fold, slight foxing and darkening and a little chipping and rubbing, a few light marks to covers, a few small internal marks £200‑400

135 Fleming, Ian – 3 works Dr No. London: Jonathan Cape, 1958. First edition, variant without the silhouette to the boards, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with a little darkening and a few chips and tears, slight shelf lean, a few small internal marks, slight tear to top of spine; [Idem] For Your Eyes Only. London: Jonathan Cape, 1960. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price clipped but with a little darkening and rubbing; [Idem] Thunderball. London: Jonathan Cape, 1961. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price clipped but a little darkened, slightly chipped and dampstained, a little fading to covers and bumping to spine (3) £300‑500 136



Fleming, Ian – 5 works

Fleming, Ian, 3 works

The Spy who Loved Me. London: Jonathan Cape, 1962. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket price clipped, and rubbed and soiled to lower cover, gift inscription to endpaper; [Idem] On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. London: Jonathan Cape, 1963. 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped but a little browned, original cloth slightly faded; [Idem] You Only Live Twice. London: Jonathan Cape, 1964. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped but with some slight darkening, soiling and chipping, shelf‑lean, some soiling to fore‑edges; [Idem] The Man with the Golden Gun. London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] Thrilling Cities. London: Jonathan Cape, 1963. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket price clipped with a few small tears (5)

Thunderball. London: Jonathan Cape, 1961. First edition, 8vo, original black cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, a few small nicks and marks to jacket; [Idem] On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. London: Jonathan Cape, 1963. First (non‑limited) edition, 8vo, original black cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, a few small tears and some slight spotting to dust‑jacket; [Idem] The Man with the Golden Gun. London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. Third impression, 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket price‑clipped (3)


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138 Gaelic, 18 books, including Armstrong, R.A. A Gaelic Dictionary, in two parts. London: James Duncan, 1825. 4to, half‑title, modern cloth, some soiling; MacKay, Robert Songs and Poems in the Gaelic Language [Orain Le Rob Donn]. Inverness: Kenneth Douglas, 1829. 8vo, contemporary half morocco, some soiling; Cook, Alexander Gaelic Poems. Edinburgh: John Menzies, 1882. 8vo, original cloth gilt; Reid, John Bibliotheca Scoto‑Celtica. Glasgow: John Reid & Co., 1832. 8vo, quarter morocco, inscribed by the author to the flyleaf; and 14 others, sold not subject to return (18) £150‑200




Golding, William, 23 books, 3 signed, and 1 with slip signed, including

16 volumes including Graves, Robert

Lord of the Flies. London: Faber and Faber, 1955. Third impression, 8vo, original red cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped but worn with chips and tears, some dampstaining to covers; {Idem] Pincher Martin. London: Faber and Faber, 1956. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] The Two Deaths of Christopher Martin. New York: Harcourt..., 1956. First American edition, loosely inserted slip signed by Golding, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] Free Fall. New York: Harcourt..., 1960. First American edition, signed by the author, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; also the first UK edition, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] The Spire. New York: Harcourt..., 1964. First American edition, 8vo, signed by the author, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, gift inscription and bookplate; also with the first UK edition in price‑clipped dust‑jacket; [Idem] [To the Ends of the Earth: A Sea Trilogy:] Rites of Passage, 1980; Close Quarters, 1987; Fire Down Below, 1989, signed by the author; all first editions in unclipped dust‑jackets; [and] Fire Down Below. London: Faber & Faber, 1989. 8vo, uncorrected advance proof copy; and 12 others

Good‑bye to all that: an autobiography. London: Jonathan Cape, 1929. First edition, second state, with the erratum slip between pp, 398/399, portrait frontispiece, plates (including double plate), publisher’s cloth, salmon cloth, spine darkened, edges rubbed, endpapers dusty, with the bookplate of R. J. Dickinson (Higginson & Williams A32b); Pseudo‑Phalaris Phalaridos Akragantinon tyrannou epistolai. Epistolae ex MSS recensuit, versione, annotationibus, & vita insuper authoris donavit, Car. Boyle. Oxford: e typ, Clarendoniano, impens. Stephani Fletcher, 1718. 8vo., engraved frontispiece and engraved vignette on the title‑page, text in Greek and Latin, contemporary panelled calf, upper board detached (but present), paper a little discoloured; and another 14 (16) £150‑200


141 Gray, Alasdair, James Kelman, Alan Sharpe and Archie Hind, a collection of 21 volumes, including Gray, A. Lanark. Edinburgh: Canongate, 1981. First edition, dated 27 February 1981 and signed by the author to front free endpaper, dustwrapper, tiny nick at head of spine; Gray, Alasdair Lanark. New York, 1985. First American edition, dustwrapper; Gray, A. The Fall of Kelvin Walker. 1985, dustwrapper; Gray, A. Something Leather. 1990; Kelman, James The Busconductor Hines. 1984, dustwrapper; Kelman, James Not Not while the Giro. 1983, presentation copy signed, original wrappers; Sharp, Alan A Green Trade in Gedde. 1965, dustwrapper; Hind, Archie The Deer Green Place. 1966, dustwrapper £200‑300




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Greene, Graham

Harrison‑Ainsworth, William

The Name of Action. London: W. Heinemann, 1920. First edition, 8vo, original blue cloth, upper board creased

Windsor Castle, an Historical Romance. London: Henry Colburn, 1843. 8vo, portrait, engraved title, 20 engraved plates by George Cruikshank and Tony Johannot, contemporary green half morocco gilt, some internal spotting and soiling, a few small closed tears



144 Hogg, James Scottish Pastorals, Poems, Songs, &c. Mostly written in the Dialect of the South. Edinburgh: Printed by John Taylor, Grassmarket, 1801. First edition, 8vo, [1‑5], 6‑62, 19th century calf‑backed cloth, margins seemingly trimmed with scissors or a knife affecting a letter on p.53, several letters on p. 59‑62, lower corner of p.58 torn away with loss of 2 or 3 letters, some dust‑soiling, chiefly to title‑page and verso of final leaf, spine partly detached (and loosely inserted), 2 small numerals in ink at head of title page in inner margin Note: VERY RARE. The first edition of Hogg’s Scottish Pastorals is very rare and must have been printed in fairly small numbers. COPAC records only 6 copies in UK libraries (including NLS, Edinburgh and Glasgow University). Scottish Pastorals was published when Hogg was thirty years old and running the sheep‑farm of Ettrickhouse in the Ettrick valley. The poems offer a striking picture of rural Scottish life in the early nineteenth century and contain a good deal of raw energy. The year after its publication Hogg met Sir Walter Scott, of whom he later wrote an unauthorized biography. He became widely known as the “Ettrick Shepherd”, a nickname under which some of his works were published. He is best known today for his novel The Private Memoirs Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

and Confessions of a Justified Sinner. His other works include the long poem The Queen’s Wake (1813), his collection of songs Jacobite Reliques (1819), and his two novels The Three Perils of Man (1822), and The Three Perils of Woman (1823). According to his “Memoir of the Author’s Life” Hogg arranged for the Scottish Pastorals to be printed after delivering sheep to market in Edinburgh, writing out some of the poems from memory, and engaging ‘a person to print at my expense’. As this was undertaken virtually on the spur of the moment Hogg selected, as he later stated, not neccesarily the best poems but those he could remember most. The printer was John Taylor, a stationer, whose premises were opposite the sheep pens in Edinburgh’s Grassmarket. Taylor printed mostly cheap chapbooks, of typically poor quality, and is unlikely to have sold many copies from his modest premises while Hogg gave away copies to friends so the publication cannot have been a commerical success. Hogg too was mortified to find numerous textual misprints, so much so that in later life he took little pride in his first collection of poems in print. Provenance: Dr James Fairweather Milne (1896‑1985), one‑time General Practitioner at Boddam, bequeathed to 3rd cousin, the vendor. £600‑900





Johnson, Samuel

Modern literature, a collection of 82 signed works, including

A Dictionary of the English Language... London: J. Johnson, 1799. Eighth edition, 2 volumes, 4to, half‑title, portrait, contemporary calf with modern cloth spines, bookplates and stamps of Morrison’s Academy Library, covers and some leaves attached with sellotape, a few leaves loose (2) Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library

de Bernières, Louis Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. London: Secker & Warburg, 1994. First edition, ninth impression, 8vo, dust‑jacket price‑clipped, inscribed ‘to John’ and signed by the author; Heller, Joseph Catch‑22. London: Vintage, 1994. 8vo, paperback, signed and inscribed by the author; Walker, Alice The Colour Purple. London: The Women’s Press, 1992. 8vo, paperback, signed by the author; Bryson, Bill Notes from a Big Country. London: Doubleday, 1998. First edition in book form, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, signed and inscribed by the author; Barnes, Julian England, England. London: Jonathan Cape, 1998. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, signed by the author; Levy, Andrea Small Island. London: Review, 2004. First edition, second impression, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, signed and inscribed by the author; Ratushinskaya, Irina Fictions and Lies, a novel. London: John Murray, 1999. First UK edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, signed and inscribed by the author; and a collection of others, including one unsigned work (83)


146 MacDiarmid, Hugh, a collection of circa 75 volumes, including Northern Numbers. T.N. Foulis, 1920, 8vo, original quarter cloth; Northern Numbers. Second Series, 1921, 2 copies, original wrappers & original quarter cloth, dustwrapper; MacDiarmid, H. The Lucky Bag. Edinburgh: The Porpoise Press, 1927. 8vo, original wrappers; Lindsay, M. and Hugh MacDiarmid, editors Poetry Scotland, Number Four. 1949, title signed by MacDiarmid, dustwrapper faded; Leslie, Arthur The Politics and Poetry of Hugh MacDiarmid. Caledonian Press, [n.d.], 12mo, original wrappers; Glen, D., editor Poems addressed to Hugh MacDiarmid. Akros, 1967, 4to, original quarter morocco £150‑250

147 Brown, George Mackay, a collection of 38 volumes, including The Year of the Whale. 1965, dustwrapper; A Spell for Green Corn. 1970, dustwrapper; Poems, New and Selected. 1971, dustwrapper; Fishermen with Ploughs. 1974. 2nd impression, inscribed by the author; Hawkfall and other Stories. 1974, signed by Edwin Morgan, dustwrapper; Letters from Hamnavoe. 1975, dustwrapper; Under Brinkie’s Brae. 1979, dustwrapper; Winterfold. 1976, original wrappers; The Son of the Fisherman. The Celtic Cross Press, 2002, number 159 of 165 copies signed by the artist Rosemary Roberts, original cloth, uncut; and 28 others £150‑250

148 Modern first editions, 5 works, comprising Hemingway, Ernest For Whom the Bell Tolls. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1940. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket price‑clipped, shelf‑lean, worn dust‑jacket, gift inscription to front free‑endpaper; Shute, Nevil On the Beach. London: Heinemann, 1957. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, a little soiling and chipping; Fleming, Ian The Man with the Golden Gun. London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. First edition, 8vo, original black cloth gilt without dust‑jacket; Wright, Peter Spycatcher. Victoria: William Heinemann, 1987. 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket; Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. London: Bloomsbury, 2000. First edition, third impression, 8vo, original boards (5) £150‑250


150 Mourning Poets, The: or, an Account of the Poems on the Death of the Queen. In a Letter to a Friend. London, Printed for J. Whitlock, 1695. First edition, folio, pp.12, modern boards, black morocco spine; a fine copy, [Wing M 2993; ESTC R10229] £150‑200


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151 One 17th century & five early 18th century works by Defoe & others, comprising: Defoe, Daniel, probable author. Memoirs of Count Tariff, &c. London: Printed for John Morphew, 1713. [Bound after:] The Honour and Prerogative of the Queen’s Majesty vindicated and defended against the unexampled Insolence of the Author of the Guardian: in a Letter from a country Whig to Mr. Steele. London: for John Morphew, 1713. [bound with:] Passive Obedience establish’d; and Resistance confuted: by proving that the late, but too soon reviv’d Position, of affirming the supreme Power to be originally in the People, and in Kings but in Trust, and therefore accountable to the People... By a Gentleman of the City of Norwich. London: Printed, and are to be sold by J. Morphew, H. Clemens and F. Oliver in Norwich. 1713. [bound with:] Berkeley, John Memoirs of Sir John Berkley, containing an Account of his Negotiation with Lieutenant General Cromwel … for restoring King Charles the First to the Exercise of the Government of England. London: Printed by J. Darby for A. Baldwin, 1699. [bound with:] Mun, Thomas England’s Treasure by foreign Trade; or, the Balance of our foreign trade is the Rule of our Treasure … London, Printed: and sold by J. Morphew, 1713. [bound with:] The Art of Lying and Rebelling, taught by the Whigs, in an infamous Libel, entitled the Judgment of whole Kingdoms and Nations, &c. Or, a Detection of many notorious Falsehoods and palpable Forgeries contain’d in that vile Pamphlet. London, Printed: and sold by J. Morphew, 1713; 6 works in one volume, First editions apart from Mun, contemporary limp vellum, spine lettered by hand, library stamp of D.F. Pozzolini, paper generally somewhat browned, a little occasional soiling £400‑600

152 Poetry, a collection of 20 books Gibson, Wilfrid Solway Ford. London: Faber and Faber, [1944]. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; Lewis, C. Day Collected Poems. London: Jonathan Cape, with the Hogarth press, 1954. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; De la Mare, Walter Peacock Pie. London: Constable & Co. Ltd., [n.d.] 8vo, illustrations by W. Heath Robinson, original green cloth gilt; [Idem] The Burning‑glass. London: Faber & Faber, 1946. Third impression, 8vo, original green cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; Lawrence, D.H. Pansies. London: Martin

Secker, [1929]. 8vo, original quarter cloth over patterned boards; Chesterton, G.K. The Ballad of St. Barbara... London: Cecil Palmer, 1922. First edition, 8vo, original quarter cloth over patterned boards; Barker, George Calamiterror. London: Faber and Faber, [n.d.] First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] News of the World. London: Faber & Faber Limited, 1950. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; Roberts, Michael London: Faber and Faber Limited, 1939. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; and 11 others £250‑300

153 Rankin, Ian, 17 books, signed The Flood. London: Orion, 2005. 8vo, signed and inscribed by the author, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] Knots & Crosses. London: Orion, 2007. Collector’s edition, number 564 of 1500 copies 8vo, original cloth, slipcase; another copy, not limited, signed and inscribed by the author; [Idem] Set in Darkness. London: Orion, 2000. First edition, third impression, 8vo, signed by the author on title‑page, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] A Question of Blood. London: Orion, 2003. First edition, 8vo, signed and inscribed by the author, Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] The Naming of the Dead. London: Orion, 2006. First edition, 8vo, two copies both signed by the author, dust‑jackets not price‑clipped; [Idem] Exit Music. London: Orion, 2007. First edition, 8vo, signed and inscribed by the author, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] Standing in Another Man’s Grave. London: Orion, 2012. First edition, 8vo, signed and inscribed by the author, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; and 8 others, all signed (17) £400‑600



154 Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts Thirteenth Report , parts 1‑8: The Manuscripts of his Grace the Duke of Portland... London: HMSO, 1891‑1907. 8 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half‑calf, bookplates, some stamps of Frankleigh House Library; [Idem] Report on Manuscripts in Various Collections. London: HMSO, 1901. Volumes 1 & 7 only, 8vo, volume 7 misbound; [Idem] Report on the Pepys Manuscripts preserved at Magdalene College, Cambridge. London: HMSO, 1911. 8vo, disbound; and 8 further volumes, all disbound; Robertson, William An Index, drawn up about the year 1629, of many Records of Charters granted by the different Sovereigns of Scotland between the yeas 1309 and 1413. Edinburgh: Murray & Cochrane, 1798. 4to, inscribed to Lord Arnandale with the Lord Register’s compliments, contemporary half‑calf; and another (21)



155 Scott, Sir Walter Waverley Novels. Edinburgh: R. Cadell, 1829‑34, 48 volumes; The Poetical Works. Edinburgh: R. Cadell, 1833‑34, 12 volumes, together 60 volumes, 8vo, engraved titles and frontispieces, red half morocco gilt, green morocco labels, t.e.g.





Scott, Sir Walter

Scottish periodicals, 77 volumes, comprising

Waverley Novels. Edinburgh: Cadell and Company, 1829‑1833. 48 volumes, 12mo, contemporary green half‑calf gilt (48)

Mackay, John The Celtic Monthly, a magazine for Highlanders. Glasgow: Archibald Sinclair, 1893‑1916. Volumes 1‑16, 18 and 20‑24, lacking volumes 17 & 19, volume 1 inscribed: “To Miss Annie and M. Sharp, with the Editor’s Compliments, John Mackay, Glasgow 11th October 1893”, in various bindings, volumes 22‑24 in individual parts with original wrappers (55); Carmichael, E. The Celtic Review. Edinburgh: Normal Macleod, 1906‑1908. Volumes 2‑4 only, volumes 3 & 4 in contemporary calf, volume 2 in 4 parts in original wrappers (6); Blackwood Edinburgh Magazine. Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1790‑1792. Volumes 11, 12, 14 & 15 only, and two later volumes (6); Campbell, Duncan The Highland Monthly. Inverness: “Northern Chronicle”, 1889‑1892. Volumes 1‑4, purple cloth (4); and 6 others, sold not subject to return (77)


157 Scott, Walter Waverley Novels. Edinburgh: A. & C. Black, 1860. 25 volumes, 8vo, frontispieces, contemporary red half morocco gilt £250‑350

158 NO LOT


160 Sets of English authors in cloth bindings, including Wilde, Oscar Works. Methuen, 1909. 12 volumes, 8vo, original green cloth gilt; James, Henry [Works]. Macmillan, 1930, 35 volumes, 8vo, original blue cloth gilt; Hardy, Thomas The Wessex Novels. Macmillan, 1919, 14 volumes, 8vo; Lamb, Charles The Works. 1912, 8 volumes, original red cloth gilt; Merriman, H.S.] [Works]. 1925, 13 volumes; Kipling, Rudyard Works. 1922‑32, Pocket edition, 26 volumes, original blue cloth gilt; Galsworthy, J. [Works]. [c.1924], 7 volumes, original green cloth gilt; Stafford, W. Cooke The History of the War in Russia and Turkey. London: Peter Jackson, [c.1855‑56]. 4to, additional pictorial lithographed title, 4 maps, & 45 plates, contemporary half calf, worn; and others, miscellaneous; sold as bindings not subject to return £200‑300


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Spark, Muriel

Thomas, Dylan

The Driver’s Seat. London: Macmillan, 1970. Second impression, 8vo, signed by the author to endpaper, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] The Ballad of Peckham Rye. London: Macmillan & Co., 1961. Third printing, 8vo, signed by the author to the half‑title, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, a little dampstaining, two leaves with a closed tear; and two other works by Muriel Spark (4)

Under Milk Wood. London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1954. First edition, 8vo, original brown cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped but very slightly nicked; [Idem] Collected Poems, 1934‑1952. London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd, 1952. First edition, 8vo, blue cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] Letters to Vernon Watkins. London: J.M. Dent & Sons, 1957. First edition, 8vo, original green cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] A film script of Twenty Years a‑Growing. London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd, 1964. 8vo, dust‑jacket price‑clipped; Fitzgibbon, Constantine The Life of Dylan Thomas. London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd, 1965. Second impression, dust‑jacket price‑clipped (5)


162 Spark, Muriel, 8 First and 1 Second editions, comprising The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1961. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, some dampstaining; [Idem] Memento Mori. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1959. Second edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, a little wear and chipping to jacket; [Idem] The Bachelors. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1960. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, some dampstaining, some rubbing to jacket; [Idem] The Ballad of Peckham Rye. London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1960. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, some dampstaining, some rubbing to jacket; [Idem] The Girls of Slender Means. London: Macmillan, 1963. First edition, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] The Public Image. London: Macmillan, 1968. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, a little rubbing and discolouration; [Idem] The Driver’s Seat. London: Macmillan, 1970. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, some dampstaining; [Idem] The Hothouse by the East River. London: Macmillan, 1973. First edition, 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] The Takeover. London: Macmillan, 1976. First edition, 8vo, original cloth, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, dust‑jacket stuck to free‑endpaper (9)



163 Stevenson, Robert Louis The Works. London, [1924‑26]. Skerryvore edition, 30 volumes, original maroon cloth gilt, spines a little faded (30) £150‑250

164 Stevenson, Robert Louis – Muriel Spark Kidnapped. London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd., [n.d.] 12mo, blue leatherette, inscribed by Muriel Spark to her son, Robin: “For darling Robin with love from his Mother, 1st Nov. 1950” Provenance: This small book was given to the vendor’s late father, a friend of Robin Spark. Muriel Spark was known to have inscribed many books to her son, the writing in this matching her hand and turn of phrase in the inscriptions. £300‑400

166 Tolkien, J.R.R. The Fellowship of the Ring. London: G. Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1954. First edition, folding map at end, original red cloth, dust‑jacket frayed and with some loss, spine discoloured, slight stain to lower cover, slight wear at head of lower joint £200‑300

167 Tranter, Nigel, 37 works, including The Stone, 1958. 8vo, dust‑jacket not price clipped, ownership signature to free‑endpaper; [Idem] Gold for Prince Charlie, 1962. 8vo, dust‑jacket price‑clipped, gift inscription to free‑endpaper; [Idem] Chain of Destiny, 1964. 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped but is attached to endpapers with blue adhesive tape; [Idem] Black Douglas, 1968. 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; [Idem] Robert the Bruce, the Steps to the Empty Throne, 1969. 8vo, dust‑jacket price‑clipped, gift inscription to free‑endpaper; [Idem] The Young Montrose, 1972. 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, gift inscription to dedication; [Idem] The Wisest Fool, 1974. 8vo, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped; all published London: Hodder & Stoughton; and 30 others by Tranter (37) £300‑500

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168 Twentieth Century Scottish Literature, over 200 volumes, including Soutar, William Gleanings by an Undergraduate. Paisley, [1923], signed by the author on title, original boards, slightly discoloured; Goodsir Smith, Sydney So late into the Night 1952. Press copy with letter from the publisher inserted, original wrappers discoloured and slightly worn; Goodsir Smith, Sydney Under the Eildon Tree. 1948. 4to, quarter cloth, bookplate of Naomi Mitchison, boards somewhat marked; MacColla, Fionn Scottish Noel. [1958], title signed by author, pictorial dustwrapper; Garioch, Robert Chuckies on the Cairn. Chalmers Press, 1949. First edition, dustwrapper; MacCaig, Norman Riding Lights. 1955. First edition, signed by the author on half‑title, small loss to back of dustwrapper; The Sinai Sort. 1957, dustwrapper; MacCaig, Norman A Man in My Position. 1969, original cloth; MacGregor, S. The Myrtle and Ivy. 1967, First edition, presentation copy from the author, dustwrapper; McIlvanney, William The Longships in Harbour.

1970, First edition, dustwrapper spine discoloured; Bruce, George The Collected Poems. 1971, 8vo, presentation copy from the author to Henry Tomlinson, dustwrapper; Cunninghame Graham, R.B. Bibi. 1929, 8vo, number 98 of 250 copies signed by the author, quarter cloth, dustwrapper; Munro, Neil The Daft Days. 1907, First edition, A.L.S. from the author glued to front endpaper; Welsh, Irvine & K. Williamson. A Visitor’s Guide to Edinburgh. 1995, 8vo, 4 copies, original wrappers; Tranter, Nigel Cable from Kabul..1968, dustwrapper slightly marked; Morgan, Edwin Beowulf. Hand and Flower Press, 1952; Morgan, Edwin Thirteen Ways of Looking at Rillie. Enitharmon Press, 2006. Number 43 of 95 copies signed by the author, original marbled wrappers, uncut; Cunninghame Graham, R.B. El Rodeo. 1925. 4to, original cloth; and a quantity of others, many first editions, by William Soutar, Neil M. Gunn, Norman MacCaig, Sorley Maclean, Pete Morgan, Edwin Muir, Nigel Tranter, Sydney Goodsir Smith, &c. £250‑350

170 NO LOT

171 Whyte‑Melville, J.G. [The Works], London: Ward Lock, [n.d.], 25 volumes, red quarter morocco, spines gilt £200‑250

169 Wales – The Mabinogion, from the Llyfr Corh o Hergest, and other ancient Welsh manuscripts, with an English translation and Notes, by Lady Charlotte Guest. London: Longman [&c.], 1849. 3 volumes, 8vo, 20 plates, 2 folding, tree calf by Hayday, spines gilt, small crack to two joints £200‑300


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MANUSCRIPTS 172 7 title‑deeds: Fife, Edinburgh & Linlithgow, 1569‑1614 Title‑deed for a property in Fife, dated 15th July 1569, manuscript on vellum, 33 x 30.5cm; Title‑deed for a property in Carlowrie, Edinburgh, dated 5th May 1570, manuscript on vellum, 25 x 27cm, signed James Banatyne; Title‑deed for a property in Carlowrie, Edinburgh, dated 19th December 1571, manuscript on vellum, 26.5 x 29.5cm; Title‑deed for a property in Carlowrie, Edinburgh, dated 17th November 1590, manuscript on paper, signed by various witnesses including Mark Borthwick and William Bellenden, 20.5 x 30.5cm; Title‑deed for a property in Carlowrie, Edinburgh, being transferred to James Lindsay, dated 19th August 1591, manuscript on vellum, 34.5 x 24.5cm; Title‑deed for a property in Kilconquhar, Fife, dated November 1593, manuscript on vellum, 32 x 36.5cm; Title‑deed for a property in Linlithgow, dated 6th may 1614, manuscript on vellum, 35 x 23cm (7) £600‑800


173 Autograph book of Arnolfo Boriani


174 Cookery, including Howard, Mrs B.C. Fifty years in a Maryland Kitchen. Baltimore: Turnbull, 1873. 8vo, later half morocco, slightly dampstained, upper cover detached; Receipts for H.... Cookery... c. 1800, manuscript, 1800 and later, large 8vo, c. 100 pages, old vellum, worn; Manuscript “Receipt Book, Nov. 13th 1856 Charles Ellice Colonel, 24th Regt.”, c.62 pp. watercolour sketch of Glean‑na‑quich as frontispiece, contemporary calf, rubbed, a few leaves loose; and another, similar, c.1899 (4) £150‑250 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

136 pages with signatures, comments and original illustrations in a blue morocco album with delicate gilt tooling, tooled with the inscription Boriani’s Autograph Book from November 1903 (although the signatures continue until the early 1920s), 17 x 22cm, including the signatures of J.M. Barrie, Stanley Baldwin, Mabel Russell, Arthur Steel, Luisa Tetrazzini, Charles H.E. Brookfield, Gladys Cooper, H.G. Wells, Ellen Terry, William Gladstone, Ernest Shackleton (“This day three years ago we reached the Furthest South. The food was difficult and the nearest girl 2700 miles away.”), Alexander Montgomery Carlisle (a designer of the Titanic), Sir Henry Rider Haggard, Fridtjof Nansen, Gerald du Maurier, Sarah Bernhartd, Gustav VI of Sweden, A.A. Milne and Adeline Genée, and original illustrations by Bernard Partridge (showing a young woman) and Frances Dodd (illustrating the restaurant) Note: Boriani was the proprietor of the Pall Mall Restaurant, above London’s Haymarket Theatre. In 1914, “The Gourmet’s Guide to London” wrote about Boriani and his co‑owner, Pietro Deguili: “They are both – Deguili, small, neat and dapper, M. Boriani broad, wearing a curled‑up moustache and looking like a tenore robusto – always in the restaurant at meal‑times...and giving personal attention to every member of their clientele”. Boriani’s autograph book testifies to his good relationship with clients (he had previously been head‑waiter at the Carlton hotel). Several of the signatures have been countered or answered by comments from other diners at the restaurant, and some are signed directly to Boriani. Several of the pages have been augmented with typed, tipped‑in notes explaining the signatures and the exchanges between the restaurant’s clientele. £500‑600



175 Diary of a Voyage on R.M.S. Osterley, 1915‑1916 beginning Sunday September 26th 1915 leaving London and finishing Saturday April 29th 1916, travelling via many ports, including Naples, Port Said, Colombo, Wellington, Sydney and Brisbane, 175 manuscript pages written in pen and pencil, 22.5 x 17.5cm in a cloth bound notebook Note: The RMS Osterley was operated by the Orient Steam Navigation Co. Ltd for the UK – Australia route. During the First World War, it was used as an Australian troopship. However, passengers also seem to have been on board, including the writer of this journal. We do not learn the diarist’s name, however she seems to be travelling with a ‘Beth’ and a ‘Ruby’. The journal is entitled ‘SS Brontes’, possibly implying that three sisters are travelling together. Four small news‑sheets entitled The “Osterley Keystone”, aimed at the troops on board the ship, accompany the diary.





Ellice, Sir Charles (1823‑88)

Family records, four bound volumes

Memoranda, chiefly printed, a few manuscript, relating to military matters, submitted to Sir Charles Ellice (1823‑1888) as Adjutant‑General, largely relating to British strategic interests in the near East, a small collection of autographed letters addressed to Ellice, chiefly on military matters, c. 1875‑80

Buckworth, Theophilus 5 manuscript pages describing Buckworth’s life and family from 1661‑1736, in a contemporary vellum notebook 18.5 x 8cm; Buckworth, Elizabeth recycled book of the electoral register containing manuscript poems and prayers with some family notes, late 18th century; Seawell, Samuel General Transactions relating to the Estate and Effects of Samuel Seawell Esq... An Inventory of the Effects... by three of his Executors Theophilus Buckworth..., 23 bound manuscript pages dated 1778 in calf; Tulloch of Tannachie Notes Relative to the family of Tulloch of Tanachie [sic.]. 36 manuscript pages bound in 19th century purple morocco (4)



178 Free Church League for Women’s Suffrage Cash book for the Lewisham & District branch, 1912‑1918, 59 manuscript pp. (several pages from 1918 onwards removed), listing names of subscribers, donations, expenses for items such as ‘Banner & making’ and money donated by members to war relief efforts, the London School of Medicine for Women and the School for Mothers £500‑800



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179 French & Flemish artists, a collection of correspondence, mostly autographed and signed including Manet, Edouard to an unidentified correspondent, expressing his wish for him to come to his studio, 1 page, no date; Sisley, Alfred concerning some painting, 1 page, 22 December 1896; Stevens, Alfred 2 letters, and an envelope in Stevens’s hand, one letter about a painting by his brother Joseph, 1 page, 16 November 1892; Pissaro, Lucien to Théodore Duret, providing information about his father, 2 pages; Dali, Salvador on a postcard, to Monsieur and Madame Jouvenel; Ziem, Déveria about his painting of the port of Venice, 1 page, 2 April 1896; Willette, Arthur Szyk photograph of one of his works, signed and inscribed; Raffaëlli 2 letters; and a collection of others (26) £1,000‑1,500

180 Hogg, James Autograph Letter Signed, to an unknown correspondent, “Query 1. What is the cause of the kemp or chad hairs in wood.. Ans. – They are chiefly cherished by the sheep being exposed in cold ... situations and always increase with the age of the animal, a deprivation of succulent for a length of time has the same effect both these dry up the kindly moisture of the body and materially affect the pick of the fleece. Query 2. If two sheep of the some quality were to be kept for a season the one removed and the other not supposing them both to keep free of disease until clipped which of the two would have the finest fleece ? Ans. – Individuals might be equal, and either might predominate, even among .. it might be hard to determine, but leave them remain so for five seasons and the thing is decided.... N.B., Tar is not necessary, whale oil mixed with butter, tallow, or hog’s lard is greatly preferable.... Query 3. What is the cause of the thick catting or pudding upon the sheep’s back and what would prevent it ? Ans. – I have always concurred that this was occasiond by disease at one period or other in the season. It is ten to one that it is from an unhealthy sheep that it is taken – if at any time the sheep should appear sound and well it will be found that it was affected by .... dyssentry... paralytic affection.. These answers Sir are founded on practical experience for 30 years and void of all theory and you are at liberty to work what use of them you please ... your truly James Hogg, Eltrive Lake, July 7th 1817, 2pp. 4to Provenance: , Dr James Fairweather Milne (1896‑1985), one‑time General Practitioner at Boddam, bequeathed to 3rd cousin, the vendor. Note: In 1810 Hogg had settled in Edinburgh after his attempt at shepherding in Dumfriesshire has left him bankrupt. In 1813 he had produced The Queen’s Wake, a poetical if not a financial success, Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

in 1815 Pilgrims of the Sun and in 1816 Mador of the Moor. None of these brought much income and in 1816 the Duke of Buccleuch, in memory of his wife, gave Hogg the farm of Eltrive [Altrive] Lake in Yarrow at a nominal rent. The present letter, to an unknown correspondent, shows the extent to which Hogg was occupied with the practical affairs of shepherding as much as his literary endeavours. £500‑700



181 [Ireland] – Downey, Edmund, 1856‑1937, Irish novelist and publisher Manuscript of an unpublished novel set in Ireland in the mid‑nineteenth century. Folio. Approximately 524 pages, 65,000 words. N.D. [c.1890]; Downey, Edmund Notes for an Irish Biographical Dictionary. Two exercise books kept in pencil and ink. Approximately 70 pages in total. c.1910 Provenance: Edmund Downey archive Note: Edmund Downey was born in Waterford. In 1878 he moved to London where he began work with the publishers Tinsley Brothers. In 1883 he formed his own publishers, Ward and Downey, specialising in three‑deckers for the library market. He retired in 1890 to Waterford, where he founded a new firm Downey and Co. He wrote fiction under the pseudonym F.M. Allen, mainly with Irish settings, which had some success. In 1905, Downey edited Charles Lever: His Life in His Letters (William Blackwood). Untitled, this is a substantial anonymous manuscript of a novel, 38 chapters in length. The main part of the manuscript is in an unidentified hand. However, it has been heavily corrected and amended by Edmund Downey with certain original passages towards the end also in his hand. From a reading of the manuscript it comes across as a literate production of a professional author. The story opens in Sligo with young men hare coursing on Carrowkeel in the Bricklieve Mountains. The main plot involves a love story concerning Louis Beauchamp of the Sligo

Yeomanry. Later parts include scenes set at the Curragh, the appearance of the “fascinating siren Mollie Baldwin”, and the curse of mortgaged estates. At one point the manuscript has been paginated in pencil (with the exception of extra four pages). Several leaves appear to be missing, but in some cases the sense continues and it seems likely that the text of those intervening leaves was deleted and discarded in the correction stage. There are occasional marginal tears and some soiling and browning. Some damp‑staining in one place has partially fused two leaves, causing some losses, but it remains (just) legible bar a few words. The novel may have been destined for the three‑decker market. £500‑700

182 Lauder, Sir Harry


letter from Sir Harry Lauder to Mr Lockyer in New South Wales, Australia, dated August 13th 1925, 26 x 20cm, thanking Mr Lockyer, writing about his time in New Zealand, laid‑down onto paper, some tears; [Idem] a notecard and franked addressed envelope to Mr Lockyer, the notecard with a manuscript New Year poem signed by Lauder, dated 1923‑24, 8 x 13cm; [Idem] three further letters to Lockyer, signed by Lauder and dated 1924 & 1929; [Idem] Lauder’s caricature and signature on a card, dated 1926, inscribed to Lockyer on the reverse; [Idem] and another caricature, signed by Lauder, laid onto paper; [Idem] a signed photograph of Sir Harry Lauder, inscribed to Lockyer, dated 1937, 20 x 15.5cm; five further photographs, probably of Lauder’s family; and a programme for a performance by Sir Harry Lauder at Balmoral Castle on 5th September 1924 £400‑500

183 Liturgical music manuscript bifolio on vellum British Isles, the initial page entitled February xlvii, 16th century or later with five staffs, 52.5 x 37.5cm in red and black £300‑500



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184 [Maitland, John, 2nd Earl of Lauderdale] Autograph letter, probably to the 2nd Earl of Lauderdale, signed by St. Andrews, the marquis of Atholl, Murray, the Hon. Charles Maitland, Aboyne, Sir James Dalrymple, James Foulis & 3 others “wee could not omitt to represent to your Grace some late passages which have fallen out this week in the Councill.. the kings authorities much countered, and which are mentioned particularlie in the [?furnished] information, with which your Grace may acquaint his Majestie as being thus humblie represented by..”, Edinburgh, 6th July 1676, one leaf, folio £150‑250

185 NO LOT


186 Scottish Artists – a visitors book with silhouettes

created by Percy & Mary Bate, New Year 1903, containing 101 silhouettes of guests, mostly signed, from 1903‑1948, including Frances MacDonald (20.2.1903), Alexander Roche (4.10.1903), J. Craig Annan (10.10.1903) and family, including their dog (or cat) “Prince Annan”, Bertram Priestman (20.04 ?), Jessie M. King (18.03.1908), and others, oblong 8vo, contemporary cloth Note: Born in Manchester, Percy Bate was secretary of the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts and director of Aberdeen Municipal Art Gallery. Bate died in 1913 and this album was presumably continued after this date by friends or family. £200‑400

187 Seton of Mounie, and other Setons: a collection of family letters Over 100 letters, many sent to Mrs Seton of Mounie, resident at 9 Brighton Place, Portobello, Edinburgh, and David Seton Esq., discussing family matters, including: Lugard, Sir Edward 8pp. letter, each page 20 x 12cm, writing to Alexander Seton from Jellalabad, 1842, he writes: “...nothing but the obstinate madness of our Chief keeps us here – inhaling putrid air, & contracting disease...Akbar Khan who is as clever a scoundrel as ever lived, is in my opinion is merely awaiting us until the day for going (possibility) to Caubul...”; [Idem] a leaf of manuscript text Private Memoirs for furnishing Guards and Escorts, ascending to the latest orders on those subjects and a letter in another hand to Alexander Seton, dated 1847; HMS Birkenhead – Napier, W. 7 pp. letter, each page 18 x 11cm, dated 1852, from William Napier to David Seton, relating to the death of Colonel Alexander Seton in the wreck of the HMS Birkenhead in 1852; and several other similar letters; and a large collection of others, many notices of marriages and deaths, the majority in franked addressed envelopes Note: An interesting collection of letters, the most notable story told throughout the correspondence being that of Colonel Alexander Seton (1814‑1852). in 1832, Alexander Seton joined the 21st (Royal North British) Fusiliers, and headed to India in 1842. Lugard’s letter from Afghanistan speaks of a longing to head back to India and rejoin Seton. In 1851, after a spell in Ireland, Alexander Seton was appointed to command the drafts of soldiers heading for the Cape of Good Hope. He was dispatched on the doomed ship. the HMS Birkenhead. On 26th February 1852, the ship struck a rock and began to sink. Seton calmly organised all women and children on the ship into the lifeboats, but the boats could not take the men onboard. Alexander Seton went down with the ship, and has subsequently been seen as a hero, commemorated in poems such as Sir Francis Doyle’s The Loss of the Birkenhead. The collection not only includes letters to Alexander’s brother, David, and his mother, honouring his memory, but also letters from Alexander whilst sailing. One such letter of the 5th January 1852 is written to his mother: “The Birkenhead has not yet arrived...I hear good accounts of her in every way...I never felt leaving you so much before...” and letter of 29th January 1852 from Sierra Leone, Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

describes the scenery and people. Alongside important letters regarding marriages, deaths and correspondence from family, it appeared Mrs Seton kept these final letters safe, as a memorial of her son. £800‑1,200


188 World War I autograph book, & Shepherd, Thomas belonging to F.J. Cameron, dated 1st August 1916, Glasgow, including 32 manuscript or illustrated pages, and several plain leaves, also including a pressed four‑leaf clover ‘picked in France July 1917’, a sample of ribbon from a Distinguished Conduct medal and a pressed poppy ‘Picked in France 1918’, brushed calf, 15 x 12cm; Shepherd, Thomas H. Modern Athens, displayed in a Series of Views, or Edinburgh... [N.p., n.d.] 24 plates, contemporary quarter morocco rubbed, some plates trimmed, spotting (2) £200‑300

Miscellaneous Books





Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of the Science of Heraldry in England. Gloucester: B & J. White, 1793. 4to., engraved title, 26 plates (as listed; inc. plate 16 on p. 239 which is an illus. in the text), several coloured, contemporary panelled calf gilt, bookplate of W. Shuldham Esq., upper joint splitting; Clark, Hugh A Concise History of Knighthood. London, 1784. 2 volumes, 8vo, 61 engraved plates, contemporary speckled calf gilt, slightly rubbed; Kent, Samuel The Grammar of Heraldry. London, 1716. 8vo, hand‑coloured woodcut coats‑of‑arms, modern quarter calf gilt; Porny, Mark A. The Elements of Heraldry. London, 1755. 8vo, frontispiece & 23 plates, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked; sold not subject to return (5)

Beeton, Mrs Isabella The Book of Household Management. London: S.O. Beeton, 1861. First edition, 8vo, additional colour printed title, 12 coloured plates, illustrations, endpaper inscribed A. Rowntree from her affect. Brother Thomas. Nov. 26th 1863, lacks frontispiece (seemingly never bound in), contemporary half morocco, some spots and stains, a few short marginal tears, plate at p.514 repaired without loss, slightly worn £150‑200

Heraldry, a collection, comprising Dallaway, James


190 Corelli, Archangelo XII Sonata’s or Solo’s [sic.] for a Violin a Bass Violin or Harpsichord. London: J. Walsh, [n.d., c.1715?] 4to, 94 pages, collating: [2], 61, [1], 39‑68, lacking portrait, title‑page trimmed slightly affecting one letter; [bound with] Gautier, Louïs Six Sonates pour la Flute Traversiere seule & Basse. The Hague: P. van Os, [n.d.] 4to, 24pp.; [bound with] Oswald, James [Airs for the Spring. London, printed for the author, n.d.] 4to, lacking title‑page; [bound with] [Idem] Airs for the Summer. London, printed for the author, n.d. 4to; [bound with] [Idem] Airs for the Autumn. London, printed for the author, n.d. 4to, with a dedication leaf; [bound with] [Idem] Airs for the Winter. London, printed for the author, n.d. 4to; [bound with] Lyndon, James Six Solos for a Violin and Thorough Bass. Birmingham: Michael Broome, 1751. 4to, with list of subscribers, 24pp. only; 18th century quarter calf, covers detached, spine disintegrating £250‑350

191 Eyre‑Todd, George, editor – Talwyn Morris binding, and 2 other works


193 Kay, John A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1877. 2 volumes, 4to, 362 plates, original red quarter morocco gilt (2) £200‑300

194 Leather Bindings, c. 88 volumes including

The Book of Glasgow Cathedral. Glasgow: Morison Brothers, 1898. 4to, number 500 of 1000 copies, frontispiece, original brown cloth gilt with a design by Talwyn Morris, front‑free endpaper and first few pages detached, some rubbing to covers; Knight, Charles Old England: a Pictorial Museum. London: James Sangster and Co., [n.d.] 2 volumes, folio, original half morocco gilt, some wear and rubbing; Butler, Arthur G. Foreign Finches in Captivity. Hull: Brumby and Clarke, 1899. Second edition, 8vo, red quarter morocco gilt (4)

Lytton, E.B. The Novels and Romances. 1861, 10 volumes; Motley, J.L. The Rise of the Dutch Republic. 1883; Lockhart, J.G. The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte. 1883; Surtees, R.S. Young, A. Farmer’s Calendar. 1862; Mavor, William The British Tourists. 1798. 5 volumes, contemporary calf, rubbed; [Ward, R.P.] De Vere. 1827, 3 volumes, third edition, contemporary half morocco, worn; [Ward, R.P.] Tremaine. 1825, Third edition, 3 volumes, frontispiece, contemporary half morocco, worn; Macaulay, Lord The History of England. 1858, 8 volumes, a few lacking labels, mostly contemporary calf or half calf, a few rubbed or slightly rubbed, various sizes; and 57 others, leather bound (88)




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Long Run, Red Half Morocco Bindings, Punch: Or the London Charivari

Miscellaneous books and maps, including Bowie, William

for the years 1848‑1853, 1855‑1893, 1896‑1931, 1936, 82 volumes, contemporary red half morocco gilt, spine emblematically tooled in gilt, joint of 1850 splitting, others soundly bound, a few lightly rubbed £500‑700

196 Literature, and other items, a collection Richmond, George New Map round Edinburgh from the Ordnance Survey. Birmingham: George Richmond, 1885, 103 x 132 cm, hand‑coloured folding map in segments backed onto linen in original maroon covers, upper cover detached; Dickens, Charles The Cricket on the Hearth... London: Bradbury and Evans, 1846. First edition, second state, 12mo., original red cloth gilt, rebacked, bookplate, some chipping, soiling and rubbing, shelf‑lean; Hogarth, William The Analysis of Beauty. London: printed by J. Reeves for the Author, 1753. 4to, lacking all plates, modern cloth; Scrapbook with the bookplates of T.B. Johnston and G. Harvey Johnston, possibly the topographer and the author of “Scottish Heraldry”, 124pp. with pasted engravings and prints, 19th century quarter morocco and embossed cloth gilt;and a collection of others, sold not subject to return (35) £300‑400

197 Magic, Witchcraft, c. 150 volumes, including Giraldo, Mathias de Histoire Curieuse et Pittoresque des Sorciers, Devins, Magiciens, Astrologues, Voyants.... Paris: Librairie Populaire, [c.1880]. 8vo, 4 folding plates, contemporary half calf; Revill, Albert The Devil, his Origin, Greatness and Decadence. 1871, original cloth, rubbed; Conway, Moncure Demonology and Devil‑Lore. 1879. 2 volumes, original cloth, volume 1 recased; Folk‑Lore Journal, The 1884‑89, vol. 2 & 5‑7 only, cloth; Nutt, A. Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail. 1888, original cloth; Ashton, J. The Devil in Britain and America. 1896, original cloth, spine neatly repaired; Davies, T.W. Magic, Divination and Demonology. [c.1898], presentation copy from the author, original cloth; Melville, J. Crystal‑Gazing. 1903, original cloth; Kingsford, Anna Clothed with the Sun. Birmingham, 1906; Tremearne, A.J.N. Hausa Superstition and Customs. 1913, original cloth, rubbed; Leadbeater, C.W. The Chakras, a Monograph. Madras, 1927. 4to, original cloth; Forbes, E. A Mirror for Witches. 1928, 12 wood‑engravings by Robert Gibbings, torn dustwrapper; Hobley, C.W. Bantu Beliefs and Magic. 1938, original cloth; [Anon] The Wonderful Discoverie of the Witchcrafts of Margaret and Phillip Flower. 1970, facsimile reprint, limited to 500 copies, original boards; Bruyn, L de Woman and the Devil in sixteenth century literature. 1979, dust‑jacket; [Jacolliot, L.] The Ethnology of the Sixth Sense. Paris, 1899, number 358/1000 copies, original cloth; Evans‑Pritchard, E.E. Witchcraft, Oracles and Magic among the Azande. [c.1937], du‑jacket; Besant, A. & C.W. Leadbetter. Occult Chemistry. Madras, 1951. 4to, original cloth; W, W. A True and Just Recorde, of the Information, Examination and Confessions of all the Witches taken at S. Oses in the Countie of Essex. 1981, facsimile reprint, cloth; and c. 120 volumes, similar, chiefly 20th century £500‑700

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The Black Book of Taymouth. With other Papers from the Breadalbane Charter Room. Edinburgh, Bannatyne Club, 1855. 4to, frontispiece, portrait, facsimile & 8 (of 9) coloured plates, contemporary brown half morocco gilt with crested “L” [Lothian] at head of spine, t.e.g.; Smith, R. Baird Maps and Plans illustrative of the Canals of Irrigation in Lombardy and Piedmont., by R. Baird Smith, F.G.S., Captain, Bengal Engineers. Printed by Order of the Hon. the Court of Directors of the East India Company. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood & Sons, 1855. Second edition, oblong folio, (without the text volume) 17 plates and maps (2 folding, 3 coloured, including the folding Map of the E. and W. Jumna Canals), original cloth‑backed wrappers slightly torn and soiled, and 15 others (17) Provenance: The property of the Newbattle Abbey College Trust £300‑500

199 Miscellaneous books including Bell, J.M., editor Grahame, K. The Wind in the Willows. 1909. Fourth edition, frontispiece, original pictorial cloth gilt, some spotting, pp.41‑44 carelessly opened; Mudie, Robert The Feathered Tribes of the British Islands. Chippendale, Sheraton and Hepplewhite Furniture Designs. 1900. 4to, original cloth, somewhat rubbed and soiled; 1835. Volume 2 only, hand‑coloured engraved plates, original cloth, spine split; Long, James The Book of the Pig. 1886, plates, original cloth, rubbed; Barker, Cicely Mary The Book of the Flower Fairies. [N.d.], coloured plates, original pictorial green cloth gilt; Daily Words and Doctrinal Texts of the Brethren’s Congregation, for the year 1785. 1784, 12mo, contemporary quarter calf, waterstained, couple of tears; Leslie, P. D. A Philosophical Inquiry into the Cause of Animal Heat. 1778, contemporary half calf, worn, cover detached; [Dodgson, C.L.] The Hunting of the Snark. 1899, original pictorial cloth gilt; Barber Barber’s Picturesque Illustrations of the Isle of Wight. [c.1840], engraved title, map, 40 engraved plates, contemporary half calf, marginal dampstain, worn; Hazlitt, William Lectures on the English Comic Writers. 1819, contemporary calf; Hazlitt, William Characters of Shakespear’s Plays. 1818, Second edition, contemporary calf, upper cover detached; Herriot, J. It shouldn’t happen to a vet. 1972. First edition, dust‑jacket; Francis, G.W. An Analysis of the British Ferns and their Allies. 1855, engraved title and plates, original green cloth, binding slightly marked; Victorian Scrap Album, large number of chromolithograph postcards, cut outs, Christmas and New Year cards, 4 Louis Wain cards (75 x 110mm.); Weaver, Lawrence Small Country Houses of To‑Day. [N.d., 1922, 1925], 3 volumes, 4to, original cloth, one hinge broken; and others (quantity) £200‑300

Miscellaneous Books

200 Miscellaneous Books, including Aldin, Cecil Dogs of Character. 1927, 4to, original cloth; Dawson, Lucy Dogs Rough and Smooth. 1937. 4to, dustwrapper; Edwards, Lionel Sketches in Stable and Kennel. 1936, dust‑jacket; Barrie, J.M. Peter Pan & Wendy. Boots, [n.d.], decorations by Gwynedd M. Hudson, original cloth; Thiers, M.A. The History of the French Revolution. 1838, 5 volumes, plates, half morocco, slightly rubbed; Ready, O.G. Life and Sport on the Norfolk Broads. [n.d.], original cloth; Fortescue, Hon. J.W. The Story of a Red Deer. 1904, 8vo, frontispiece loose, original cloth; Tegetmeier, W.B. Pheasants. 1897. 8vo, original cloth, rubbed, upper hinge weak; and others (quantity) £200‑300

201 Music, 12 volumes Carmichael, Alexander Carmina Gadelica, hymns and incantations... Edinburgh: printed for the Author by T. and A. Constable, 1900. 2 volumes, 8vo, original white boards with red morocco gilt labels, rubbed, joints split; Dalyell, Sir John Graham Musical Memoirs of Scotland... Edinburgh: Thomas G. Stevenson, 1849. 4to, later green half morocco gilt; Fraser, Simon The Airs and Melodies peculiar to the Highlands of Scotland and the Isles. Edinburgh: John Gow, 1816. Folio, original printed boards; [Idem] The Airs and Melodies peculiar to the Highlands of Scotland and the Isles. Inverness: Logan & Company, [n.d.] Folio, original cloth; Campbell, Alexander Albyn’s Anthology, or a Select Collection of Melodies and Local Poetry peculiar to Scotland & the Isles. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1816. 2 volumes, folio, modern quarter morocco over boards; Bunting, Edward The Ancient Music of Ireland. Dublin: Hodges and Smith, 1840. 4to, original brown cloth gilt; and 4 others, sold not subject to return (12) £300‑400

202 Regency Library Book Grab with a bamboo handle and brass fittings, 99cm. high £100‑150

203 Scottish Fisheries, 20 books, including Dempster, George A Discourse containing a Summary of the Proceedings of the Directors of the Society for Extending the Fisheries and Improving the Sea Coasts of Great Britain... London: G. and T. Wilkie, 1789. 8vo, lacks folding plan, later half morocco; Shetland History and Laws of the Associated Zetland Fisherman’s Fund. Leith: William Reid & Co., 1812. 8vo; [bound with] [Sands, James] Representation of the Mode of Dealing between the Gentlemen and Fishers in Shetland. [N.p., n.d.], 12mo, contemporary half calf with modern spine; Edmonston, A. Observations on the Nature and Extent of the Cod Fishery... Edinburgh: William Laing, 1820. 8vo, red cloth; White, P. Observations upon the Present State of the Scotch Fisheries and the Improvement of the Interior Parts of the Highlands. Edinburgh: printed for the Author by Grant and Moir, 1791. 12mo, later quarter morocco; and 16 others, sold not subject to return (20) £150‑200



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A Fine Collection of Natural History Books from a Country House 204 Hayes, William Portraits of Rare and Curious Birds, with their Descriptions from the Menagery of Osterley Park, in the County of Middlesex. London: printed by W. Bulmer & Co., Published for the Author, 1794. First edition, 2 volumes bound as one, 4to, (281 x 220mm.), 100 hand‑coloured engraved plates, contemporary calf, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece, head and tail of spine worn, corners rubbed, hinges weak, lacking view of the menagerie plate (as often), a little light spotting and a few small light stains Provenance: The Library of a Country House Note: “One of the most famous, early coloured illustrations of ornithology” (Wood). “Hayes was the first author systematically to record a single private collection of live birds; such a project was not attempted again until 1846” (Jackson, Bird Etchings, p.135). £5,000‑7,000

205 Jamaica – Gosse, Philip Henry Illustrations of the Birds of Jamaica. London: Jacob van Voorst, 1849. Large 8vo, plate volume only, 52 hand‑coloured lithographed plates, some heightened with gum arabic, 4pp. text including title, contemporary half morocco, light worming slightly affecting title and margin of 2nd leaf, light stain to some inner margins, lower margin of 7 plates strengthened on verso, one plate (Himantopus nigricollis) with loss to image Provenance: The Library of a Country House Note: A Rare Work by “the father of Jamaican Ornithology”. Gosse had been interested in natural history since childhood and by the age of 34 had already published popular scientific books and contributed scholarly papers to the Royal Society. In 1844 he travelled to Jamaica to collect exotic insects and other specimens on a commercial basis. Gosse spent 18 of the happiest months of his life in Jamaica, and collected insects assiduously, some 7,800 of them. But his real interests lay more in ornithology. This fascination led to the publication of three books: The Birds of Jamaica in 1847, its accompanying plate volume, Illustrations of the Birds of Jamaica in 1849, and A Naturalist’s Sojourn in Jamaica in 1851. His books were well received at the time but none were reprinted. Gosse was meticulous and painstaking in his observations, drawings and watercolours,

saying that he devoted himself to recording “the condition of living things, of things in a state of nature … their songs and cries; their actions, in ease and under the pressure of circumstances; their affections and passions, towards their young, towards each other, towards other animals, towards man; their various arts and devices, to protect their progeny, to procure food, to escape from their enemies, to defend themselves from attacks; their ingenious resources for concealment”, and so on. Gosse also succeeded in conveying in words the impression of bird calls and songs, a very hard thing to do, analysed their nests in minute detail and kept birds in

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captivity whenever he had the chance, the better to observe them at close quarters. The Birds of Jamaica, with the illustrated plate volume, Illustrations of the Birds of Jamaica, is regarded as the ornithological classic of the English‑speaking Caribbean, and David Lack in Island Biology Illustrated by the Lands Birds of Jamaica notes that “it was far ahead of its time and remained one of the best bird books on any part of the world for at least half a century”, while Gosse himself has become known to posterity as “the Father of Jamaican ornithology.” The text volume is easy to procure at a nominal sum. £2,000‑3,000

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206 Jardine, Sir William, and Prideaux John Selby Illustrations of Ornithology. Edinburgh: W.H. Lizars, London: Longman, Rees, &c., [1826‑35]. First edition, volumes 1‑3, 4to (296 x 218mm.), engraved titles, 149 engraved plates, in two states, hand‑coloured and uncoloured, tissue guards, fine 20th century green morocco gilt binding incorporating bird motifs and shield with initials HAJ and crossed swords, full pigskin endpapers incorporating the pictorial Ex Libris of Henry Arthur Johnstone 1899, t.e.g. Provenance: The Library of a Country House Note: A Very Finely Bound Copy, with plates in two states. A note at the end of vol. 3 states “Note to the Binder. By mistake there are 5 duplicate numbers in the Volume, viz 106*, 107*, 108*, 109*, 110*; and Numbers 137 * and 138* are omitted.” In this copy the 5 duplicate numbers have not been bound in. Fine Bird Books, p 108; Nissen, IVB 472 . A fourth volume was issued later in 1842. £2,000‑3,000



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207 Knip, Antoinette Pauline Jacqueline and Temminck, Coenraad Jacob Les Pigeons. Paris: Mme Knip & Bellizard, Dufour & Cie., Typographie de Firmin Didot, [1838‑43]. Second edition of volume 1, First edition of volume 2, large folio (533 x 348mm.), 2 volumes, [4], 135, 128, 30, [3]; [4], 114, [2]; half‑titles, 147 plates printed in colours and finished by hand after Knip, by César Macret , tissue guards, contemporary green quarter morocco, spines gilt, lightly rubbed, some plates with slight offsetting, discolouration or light spotting Provenance: Pencil note on rear endpaper “Complete, Bernard Quaritch Ltd, GHB”; The Library of a Country House Note: A tall complete copy of Knip’s masterpiece, with the very rare second volume published in 1838‑43, volume II “said to be probably the rarest item in the whole of ornithological literature” (Wood), containing “among the finest of all bird plates” (Fine Bird Books). This work contains 2 of the very rare plates “avant lettres” not referred to in the standard bibliographies. Publication of the work had commenced in parts in 1808 under the longer title Histoire naturelle générale des Pigeons but rivalry between the artist, Antoinette Knip (née Courcelles) and the author of the text, Coenraad Temminck, led Madame Knip at the publication of the 9th (of 15) parts to appropriate the work to herself, issuing the work under the

revised title Les Pigeons, par Madame Knip, née Pauline de Coucelles, with Temminck’s role relegated beneath to “Le text par C.J. Temminck”. However the copy she sent Temminck did not have the altered title so by the time the work came out and he saw the altered title it was too late. This publishing history explains the hiatus betwwen p. 13 of the Discours and the first leaf of text, describing plate 1, being numbered as [p.23]. Pauline Knip had powerful friends at court, being a close friend of Marie Louise, husband of Napoleon Bonaparte, and Temminck found it impossible to get justice, his only recourse being to republish the text in 3 octavo volumes in 1813‑1815. Antoinette Pauline Knip was an exceptional ornithological artist and in 1805 had provided the beautiful plates for Desmaret’s Histoire naturelle des tangaras, des manakins, et des todiers. One of the more famous prints in Les Pigeons is of the Mauritius blue pigeon, now extinct. A copy of this work, quite possibly Temminck’s own copy, with the text originally envisaged by Temminck, and with 5 original unsigned watercolours, most probably by Knip, and with additional hand‑colouring to the perches, was sold at Christie’s, 28 November 2001, lot 58, (£30,000). [Fine Bird Books 86; Nissen IVB 511; Zimmer 356] £10,000‑15,000


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208 Lesson, René Primevere – A Collection of Four Ornithological Works, Uniformly bound. Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux‑Mouches. Paris: Arthus Bertrand, [1829‑30]; 46, 223, 86 plates, all printed in colour and finished by hand (including 48 bis); Histoire Naturelle des Colibris, suivie d’un Supplément a l’histoire naturelle des Oiseaux‑Mouches. Paris: Arthus Bertrand, [1830‑32]; 10, 192, [4], 66 hand‑coloured engraved plates (including 12bis & 13 bis); Les Trochilidées, ou les Colibris et les Oiseaux‑Mouches. Paris: Arthus Bertrand, [1832‑33]; [4], [iv], 43, 168, [3], 66 hand‑coloured engraved plates; Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux de Paradis et des Épimaques. Paris: A. Bertrand, [1830], 8, 34, [2], 248; 40 hand‑coloured plates (including 11 bis, 25 bis & 25 ter) Uniform contemporary green straight‑grained morocco gilt, with the ticket of “Upham and Beet, 146 New Bond St., London”, red and blue morocco lettering pieces, scattered spotting to plates and text, 4 volumes, 8vo, (228 x 137mm.)

Provenance: The Library of a Country House Note First editions, together 4 volumes, a very attractive set. René Primevere Lesson, French surgeon, naturalist, ornithologist and herpetologist, was born at Rochefort in 1794. During the Napolonic wars he served in the French navy and in 1822‑1825 served as pharmacist and botanist on Duperrey’s round‑the‑world voyage of La Coquille, in the course of which he collected natural history specimens with his fellow surgeon Prosper Garnot and officer Dumont d’Urville. During his visits to the Moluccas and New Guinea, Lesson became the first naturalist to see birds of paradise in the wild. On his return to France he spent seven years preparing the vertebrate zoological section of the official account of the expedition, Voyage autour du monde entrepris par ordre du Gouvernement sur la corvette La Coquille (1826 to 1839). During this time he also compiled the monographs on hummingbirds and birds of paradise offered for sale here, as well as describing many new species of amphibians and reptiles. The beautiful hand‑coloured engravings were made from paintings by Jean‑Gabriel Prêtre, Bénvalet, Bessa, Oudart and Mme. Lesson. £3,000‑4,000

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209 Levaillant, François Histoire Naturelle d’une Partie d’Oiseaux Nouveaux et Rares de l’Amérique et des Indes. Paris: J.E. Gabriel Dufour & Amsterdam, 1801 [‑02]. First edition, Volume 1 (all published), large 4to (352 x258mm.), [4], 4, 152; half‑title, 49 fine plates printed in colour and finished by hand, contemporary red half morocco, spine gilt, uncut, short split at head and base of upper joint, short split at head of lower joint, a little light spotting to some plates Provenance: The Library of a Country House Note: First edition. Originally published in eight parts, Levaillant’s Histoire Naturelle d’une Partie d’Oiseaux Nouveaux et Rares de l’Amérique et des Indes was available in three states: folio, with both coloured and uncoloured plates; large quarto, as here, with coloured plates only; and quarto, with uncoloured plates only. The fine portraits are of birds from the Bucerotidae and the Cotingidae families that Levaillant did not include in his earlier work “Histoire naturelle des oiseaux d’Afrique” (1799‑1802). “These plates were printed by Langlois, who did almost all the colour‑printing for Levaillant .... French colour‑printing of this period ... has never been surpassed” (Fine Bird Books). François Levaillant (1753‑1824) was born in Paramaribo, the capital of Dutch Guiana, the son of the French consul.

He was sent by Jacob Temminck to South Africa where he collected and sent back over 2000 bird skins, which were studied by Jacob’s son, Coenraad Jacob Temminck, and housed in the collection of the Natural History Museum at Leiden. On his return to Paris Levaillant published two best‑selling accounts of his voyages in South Africa and the present work, followed by the Histoire naturelle des oiseaux d’Afrique (1796– 1808, 6 vols.) with drawings by Jacques Barraband, Histoire naturelle des oiseaux de paradis (1801–06), Histoire naturelle des cotingas et des todiers (1804) and Histoire naturelle des calaos (1804). Levaillant was opposed to the systematic nomenclature introduced by Carl Linnaeus and only gave French names to the species that he discovered. When the birds were later given binomial names by other naturalists, quite a few were named after him including Levaillant’s barbet (Trachyphonus vaillantii), Levaillant’s cisticola, Levaillant’s cuckoo, Levaillant’s parrot, Levaillant’s tchagra and Levaillant’s woodpecker (Picus vaillantii). “Levaillant was, until exceeded by Gould (and until now only by him), the producer of the most comprehensive series of works on exotic birds” (Fine Bird Books, p. 118). Ayer/Zimmer 392; Fine Bird Books 90; Nissen, IVB 557 £2,500‑3,500


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210 Loudon, Jane Webb The Ladies’ Flower‑Garden of Ornamental Greenhouse Plants. London: James Nelson & CO., 1860. Third edition, 4to, [12], 215, 42 hand‑coloured lithographed plates, tissue guards, original green pictorial cloth gilt, one plate detached Provenance: The Library of a Country House £500‑700

211 Loudon, Jane Webb The Ladies’ Flower‑Garden of Ornamental Bulbous Plants. London: William S. Orr, [1849]. Second edition, 4to, [10], 270, tissue guards, 58 hand‑coloured lithographed plates, original green pictorial cloth gilt, spine faded and rubbed at head, gutta‑percha binding with some plates & text detached Provenance: The Library of a Country House £500‑700

212 Loudon, Jane Webb The Ladies’ Flower‑Garden of Ornamental Annuals. London: William S. Orr & Co., [1849]. Second edition, 4to, [xvi], [iv] (bound between viii and ix), 272, 50 hand‑coloured lithographed plates (including 37 bis & 39 bis), tissue guards, contemporary green half morocco, spine gilt, rubbed Provenance: The Library of a Country House £500‑700

213 Loudon, Jane Webb The Ladies’ Flower‑Garden of Ornamental Perennnials. London: William S. Orr & Co., [1849]. Second edition, 4to, [16], 341, 90 hand‑coloured lithographed plates, contemporary green half morocco, spine gilt, rubbed, a clean copy Provenance: The Library of a Country House £500‑700

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214 Meyer, Henry Leonard Illustrations of British Birds. London: Longman & Co., [1835‑41], First edition, 4 volumes, 4to (380 x 270mm.), lithographed throughout, titles, 313 fine hand‑coloured lithographed plates (as called for in the “Contents” leaf of each volume), original green ribbed cloth, uncut, spines lettered in gilt, bookplates, occasionally a little light spotting Provenance: The Library of a Country House Note: “One of our most valuable illustrated works on ornithology” (Mullens and Swann). As originally issued with 313 plates. A slightly later issue was produced with an additional 5 plates of eggs. This set has a list of Contents in each volume calling respectively for 78, 73, 80, & 82 plates, (total: 313). The present set has the first issues of the title‑pages (no full stop after Longman & Co). Hale describes the complex publication history of the work, locating 44 copies of this edition, many of which had varying numbers of plates due to the haphazard manner in which the work was published and Meyer’s constant desire to improve the illustrations. W.G. Hale, The Meyers’ Illustrations of British Birds (London, 2007). Nissen IVB 627; Fine Bird Books, p.93.; Mullens and Swann, p.398. £3,500‑4,500

215 South Africa – Smith, Sir Andrew Illustrations of the Zoology of South Africa, consisting chiefly of Figures and Descriptions of the Objects of Natural History collected during an Expedition into the Interior of South Africa, in the years 1834, 1835, and 1836. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1849. 4 volumes, 4to: Reptilia: 78 plates, (75 hand‑coloured; plate 30, 42, & 48 uncoloured); Mammalia. 52 plates (48 hand‑coloured; plate 8 bis, 15, 21 & 25 uncoloured; plates 18 and 37 not published – See Mammalia Index list); Pisces: 31 plates, (26 hand‑coloured; plate 19, 23, 28, 29 & 30 uncoloured); Aves: 114 hand‑coloured plates, 275 lithographic, 4 engraved, one aquatint, most by and after George H. Ford, [total 275 plates (263 hand‑coloured)], tissue guards, original green embossed ribbed cloth, spines gilt, a very few plates slightly spotted, base of spines slightly worn; lacking Invertebratae with its 4 hand‑coloured engraved plates Provenance: The Library of a Country House Note: Issued in 28 parts between 1838 and 1849, and described by Mendelssohn as a ‘handsome and valuable work’ giving ‘full particulars of the natural history subjects of South Africa collected by Dr. Andrew Smith’s expedition’ with illustrations by George Ford ‘of a very high order.’ Plates 18 and 37 in the Mammalia were not published. The final volume usually contains both Pisces and Invertebratae; in this instance it is lettered and contains ‘Pisces’ only. Fine Bird Books 108; Nissen ZBI 3868 and IVB 880; Mendelssohn II, p. 327 £5,000‑7,000



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216 Temminck, Coenraad Jacob and le Baron Guillaume Michel Jérome Meiffren Laugier de Chartrouse. Nouveau Recueil de Planches Coloriées d’Oiseaux, pour servir de suite et de complément aux planches enluminées de Buffon. Paris: F.G. Levrault, Strasbourg: Même Maison; Amsterdam: Legras Imbert et Comp. [1820]‑ 1838‑[1839]. First edition, 5 volumes, large 4to (353 x 260mm.), half‑titles, 597 (of 600) finely hand‑coloured engraved plates after Nicolas Hüet and Jean‑Gabriel Prêtre, & others, (2 double‑page, 3 folding), contemporary green half morocco, spines gilt, top edges gilt, some light spotting and some light offsetting, lightly rubbed Provenance:The Library of a Country House Note: ‘Un des livres les plus beaux et des plus importants que l’on ait sur l’ornithologie’ (Brunet), complete with Cuvier’s rare ‘Prospectus’. This fine treatise, with its remarkable coloured plates, was intended as a supplement to Buffon’s Histoire naturelle des oiseaux (1770‑1786). This is a particularly large example of the quarto issue of this massive work, originally published in 102 parts over almost two decades from August 1820 to January 1839. Temminck supplied most of the text, while the key contribution of Baron Laugier de Chartrouse lay in providing specimens for the plates from his collection. Published in both folio and quarto formats, uniform with Buffon’s work, the work is found with

the text and plates bound either in systematic order, like the present copy, following Buffon’s species and plates (as described in the ‘Table Méthodique’ at the beginning of volume 1), or in order of publication. Temminck, director of the Museum at Leiden, is regarded as one of the foremost ornithologists of his time. Jean‑Gabriel Prêtre (1768 – 1849) was a Swiss‑French natural history painter who illustrated birds, mammals and reptiles in a large number of books. He was an outstanding ornithological artist and worked first for Empress Josephine’s zoo, and then for the Natural History Museum in Paris. He drew the natural history specimens collected on a number of important French geographical and exploratory expeditions including Dumont d’Urville’s Voyage de l’Astrolabe, Freycinet’s Voyage autour du Monde, Laplace’s Voyage autour du monde and others. Early in his career Prêtre worked closely with Temminck who paid him the compliment of naming the red‑spectacled parrot after him (Phaethornis pretrei). A prolific artist, he also illustrated Palisot’s Flore d’Oware et de Benin, Tussac’s Flore des Antilles, the Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles published between 1816 and 1830, and the ornithological works of Lesson, Temminck and Vieillot. The plates are superbly hand‑coloured. Anker 503; Fine Bird Books, 1990, p. 147; Nissen IVB 932. £10,000‑15,000


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NATURAL HISTORY 217 4 Botanical works, comprising c. 200 loose chromolithographed plates from The Garden [1884‑85], most strengthened with tape at inner margin, loose in 2 half calf bindings; Lowe, E.J. Beautiful Leaved Plants. London, 1868. 8vo, 60 coloured plates, original green pictorial cloth, binding a little worn; 43 loose botanical engravings (34 hand‑coloured), 4to, partly bound into a worn cloth binding, cover detached, a few mounted, some spotting and soiling; and 6 smaller hand‑coloured engravings loosely inserted £200‑300

218 [American Ornithology] – Wilson, Alexander American Ornithology; or, The Natural History of The Birds of The United States. New York: Collins & Co.; Philadelphia: Harrison Hall, 1828‑29. 3 volumes, 4to (235 x 138mm.), and 1 volume folio, 76 hand‑coloured engraved plates, tissue guards, text dark green half morocco, spines gilt, atlas in later matching dark green quarter morocco and black cloth, text volumes slightly darkened, rubbed, fore‑margin of plate volume title stained at outer edge, plate 39 & 44 with small nick from fore‑margin, small stain to plate 26, otherwise plates bright, upper joint of volume 1 split and fragile Note: The second full edition of Wilson’s work, with plates in their most desirable form. This is the most important work on American ornithology before Audubon. £5,000‑7,000 218

219 Baker, E.C. Stuart The Game‑Birds of India, Burma and Ceylon. London: Bombay Natural History Society, 1921‑30. Second edition, 3 volumes, large 8vo, black and white frontis. to each vol., 60 coloured plates and 8 black and white plates by Gronvold, Lodge & Keulemans, 2 maps, contemporary half dark green pebble grain morocco, cloth boards, volumes 1‑2 t.e.g. £300‑400

220 Baxter, William British Phaenogamous Botany... Oxford: J.H. Parker, 1834‑43. Second edition, 6 volumes, 8vo, 509 hand‑coloured plates, original green cloth gilt, some fraying and wear to covers, covers to volume 6 detached, a little soiling throughout (6) £400‑600


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221 Baxter, William British Phaenogamous Botany, or Figures and Descriptions of the Genera of British Flowering Plants. Oxford: Published by the Author, 1834‑43. Second edition, 6 volumes, 8vo, 509 hand‑coloured engraved plates, contemporary half calf, green and brown labels to spines, marbled edges, some very minor spotting £400‑600

222 Beebe, Charles William A Monograph of the Pheasants. London: Published under the Auspices of the New York Zoological Society, by H.F. & G. Witherby, 1918‑22. First edition, 4 volumes, folio, number 522 of 600 copies, 90 colour plates by Archibald Thorburn, H. Grönvold, G.E. Lodge & others, 87 photogravures, 20 maps, original maroon/red cloth gilt, small dampstain affecting extreme lower margin of some plates and text of volume 1, light foxing on a small number of plates, very slight discolouration from tissue guards (as usual), very slight wear to spine ends, bookplates of Nelson Doubleday £1,500‑2,000



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223 Birds of Paradise – Sharpe, R. Bowdler Monograph of the Paradiseidae, or Birds of Paradise, and Ptilonorhynchidae, or Bower‑Birds. London: H. Sotheran, 1891‑98. First edition, folio, 8 parts in 2 volumes, folio ( 540 x 358mm.), 79 hand‑coloured lithographic plates heightened with gum arabic by W. Hart after Hart, J. Gould, and J.G. Keulemans, printed by Mintern Brothers, photographic and engraved illustrations, green panelled morocco gilt, spine gilt, g.e., occasional very slight spotting of the text, one or two plates very slightly spotted (2) Note: ”First and only edition of a splendid monograph.” (Wood), with magnificent plates in a handsome green morocco binding. Sharpe appealed for subscribers for a monograph on ‘the Avifauna of Paupasia’ in the preface to Gould’s Birds of New Guinea which he brought to completion in 1888, following Gould’s death in 1881.

Some of the plates are printed from the stones used in the Birds of New Guinea but, as Sharpe’s preface states, ‘a great number of the species are here figured for the first time’. Although Elliot had published his Birds of Paradise in 1873, many species were still undiscovered, and Bowdler Sharpe’s monograph, with double the number of plates, brought the tale of exploration of New Guinea up to the turn of the century, and omitted no more than two or three of the very latest finds. As such it is a much more valuable work than D.G. Elliot’s. BM(NH) IV, p. 1910; Fine Bird Books p. 142; Nissen IVB 865; Whittell p. 663; Wood p. 565; Zimmer pp. 581‑2 (erroneously calling for 72 text leaves in vols I and II, rather than 48 and 52 respectively). (2) £15,000‑18,000


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224 Bree, Charles Robert A History of the Birds of Europe. London: Groombridge and Sons, 1859. 3 volumes only (of 4), 8vo, 180 coloured plates, contemporary half calf, rubbed, a little spotting (3) £150‑200

225 Darwin, Charles The Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of Worms... London: John Murray, 1881. First edition, 8vo, original green cloth gilt, hinges a little weak, slight rubbing to joints and covers £200‑300


226 Darwin, Charles Insectivorous Plants. London: John Murray, 1875. First edition, 8vo, later half calf gilt, endpapes renewed, lacking an initial leaf (half‑title); Aveling, Edward B. The Student’s Darwin. London: Freethought Publishing Company, 1881. 8vo, original green cloth gilt, ownership signature; Huxley, Thomas Henry Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews. New York: D. Appleton, 1883. 8vo, original red cloth, stamp of the Church of Scotland Divinity Students’ Residence; Butler, Samuel Evolution, Old and New. London: A.C. Field, 1911. 8vo, original cloth (4) £300‑500

227 Deerstalking – Lydekker, Richard The Deer of all Lands. A History of the Family Cervidae Living and Extinct. London: Rowland Ward, 1898. First edition, number 196 of 500 copies signed by the publisher, 24 hand‑coloured lithographed plates by J. Smit, illustrations in the text, original green cloth gilt, very slightly rubbed £1,000‑1,500

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228 [Canada] – Ferns & Flowers ”The Fern & Flower Album”, with a printed title page in purple ink with 22 pages of pressings dating from 1901‑1917, including arrangements of pressings from Alberina[?], B.C., Canada and ‘Grandpa’s garden’, also with a few laid‑in postcards and birth announcements, red cloth gilt album with foliage motifs to covers £300‑500

229 Gould, John – 2 ornithological engravings A pair of nesting hoopoes with chicks, hand‑coloured lithograph, 48 x 36cm, framed and glazed; A pair of partridges, hand‑coloured lithograph, 27 x 37cm, framed and glazed (2) £80‑120


230 Herbal – Fuchs, Leonhard De Historia Stirpium Commentarii Insignes. Lyon: Balthazar Arnoullet, 1549. Second edition, 8vo, [32 with [bb8] blank, 851; title with woodcut device, woodcut portrait on title verso, 510 small woodcuts in text by Clement Bussy, later [?18th century] boards, lacks 6 leaves of index at end, binding rubbed, [USTC 79176 recording 3 copies in U.K., 2 copies in U.S.A. & 11 copies in continental Europe; Hunt, 61; Nissen 667] Note: This is the first impression of these small woodcuts and the portrait of Fuchs by Clement Bussy; the first edition, in folio, was published in Basel in 1542. £800‑1,200



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231 Italian Zoology – Gazzadi, Domenico and Antonio Baschieri Zoologia Morale esposta in Cento Venti Discorsi in versi o in prosa... colle Notizie Scientifiche. Florence: Vincenzo Batelli e Compagni, 1843[‑1846]. First edition, 2 volumes, folio (410 x 308mm.), half‑title, 93 hand‑coloured engraved plates showing 120 animals in landscapes by J. Giarre with text below, tissue guards, contemporary Italian quarter brown morocco, spine gilt, marbled sides, vellum corners, occasional light spotting, a few very small stains at extreme corner, 5 plates a bit browned Note: First and only edition, originally issued in 46 parts in 1843‑1846. One of the rarest Italian zoological works, complete. 120 species are depicted, each with ‘rather good descriptions by Baschieri’ (Wood), followed by a poem by Gazzadi outlining the moral properties of the animal. Baaschieri was a doctor from Modena while Gazzadi was a poet and translator from Sassuolo. The animals are depicted in their natural habitats. Species range from the familiar to the exotic including the pangolin and the vampire bat, and now extinct creatures such as the quagga. Nissen ZBI 1492; Wood 352. Both bibliographies call erroneously for 119 plates, having confused the number of species listed in the index with the number of plates required. Worldcast records four copies, Copac records 1. £7,000‑9,000

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The Natural History of Lancashire, Cheshire and the Peak, in Derbyshire... Oxford: printed for the author; and to be had at Mr. George West’s..., 1700. Folio, portrait, map hand‑coloured in outline, 24 plates, modern quarter calf, portrait and title‑page slightly nibbled [ESTC R20833]

Our Native Ferns. London: Groombridge and Sons, 1865. 2 volumes, 8vo, 79 chromolithographed plates, original green cloth gilt, ownership signature to free‑endpaper; Braithwaite, R. The British Moss‑Flora. London: L. Reeve & Co., 1887. 3 volumes, 8vo, 128 plates, original green cloth gilt, a little browning (5)



234 MacGillivray, William The Edinburgh Journal of Natural History, and of the Physical Sciences. Edinburgh: for the Proprietor, 1835‑40. First edition, 2 volumes in 7 original parts, (all published), complete with 130 hand‑coloured engraved plates (as listed in the “Index to the Illustrations of Part A [‑G]” pasted onto the front endpapers of each part), tissue guards, original cloth‑backed printed boards, uncut, the boards somewhat spotted Note: In each volume, there is a printed list “Index to the Illustrations of Part A [‑G]” pasted onto the front paste‑down endpaper. All 130 plates listed are present in this set. However engraved plate no 74 in part C (“Merops”) is incorrectly listed as plate 94. There are 18 plates in parts A, B, and D‑F, 20 plates in parts A and C. £300‑350


235 Maund, Benjamin The Botanic Garden; consisting of Highly Finished Representations of Hardy Ornamental Flowering Plants. London: Simpkin & Marshall [or Baldwin & Cradock, 1825‑36. First edition, volumes 1‑6 [parts 1‑12] (of 13 volumes) & Addenda, 4to, 9 additional engraved titles, 145 hand‑coloured engraved plates (24 plates in volumes 1‑5, 25 in volume 6), tissue guards, index leaf to Part XI (in vol.6) loose and slightly frayed, contemporary green half calf, a little spotting to engraved titles, the plates clean, bindings somewhat rubbed, new black lettering pieces; Harrison, Joseph The Floricultural Cabinet and Florist’s Magazine. London: Whittaker & Co., 1840‑41. Volume 8‑9 bound in one volume, 8vo, engraved title to volume 8, 28 hand‑coloured plates, contemporary half calf, spine gilt, a few plates with slight spotting or offsetting Note: The Botanic Garden itself should comprise engraved titles and 312 coloured plates, usually bound in 13 volumes. It is sometimes found bound with The Fruitest, The Floral Register & the Auctarium, which comprises an additional 72 coloured plates. £400‑600


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236 Millais, J.G. The Natural History of British Surface‑Feeding Ducks. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1902. First edition, large paper copy, number 230 of 600 copies, 4to, 41 coloured plates, 6 photogravures, uncoloured plates, original cloth, dampstain to upper margin affecting some plates, binding somewhat rubbed and soiled £200‑250

237 Milne Home, David ’Geological Papers’, comprising: On the Parallel Roads of Lochaber... Edinburgh: Neill and Company, 1847. Edinburgh: Neill and Company, 1847. 4to, portrait; [bound with] another copy dated 1876, 3 maps; [bound with] [Idem] Additional Memoir on the Parallel Roads of Lochaber. Edinburgh: printed for The Society by Neill and Company, 1877. 4to, map, plate; [bound with] [Idem] On the Supposed Upheaval of Scotland in its Central Parts since the Time of the Roman Occupation. Edinburgh: printed for The Society by Neill and Company, 1873. 4to, 1 plate; [bound with] [Idem] Geological Account of Roxburghshire. Edinburgh: Robert Grant & Son, 1843. 4to, map; [bound with] [Idem] Memoir of the Mid‑Lothian and East‑Lothian Coal‑Fields. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1839. 4to, folding map, 4 folding tables, 2 folding plates; in red cloth gilt, library bookplate of Edinburgh Geological Society £250‑350

238 Morris, Francis Orpen A History of British Birds. London: George Bell & Sons, 1870. Second edition, 6 volumes, 8vo, 365 hand‑coloured plates, original green cloth gilt, bookplates, volume 2 lacking first advertisement leaf (6) £250‑350

239 Morris, Francis Orpen A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds. London: Groombridge and Sons, 1864‑1863‑1863. Later edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, 225 coloured plates, original green cloth gilt, one leaf a little torn with only slight loss, some foxing (3) £150‑200 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

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240 Morris, Francis Orpen A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds. London: Groombridge and Sons, 1853. First edition, 3 volumes, 8vo, 226 plates, original green cloth gilt, rubbed gift inscriptions to endpapers, a little spotting, some dampstaining and fading to covers, upper cover detaching from volume 1 (3) £250‑350

241 Natural History, a collection, including Murray, Sir John & Laurence Pullar Bathymetrical Survey of the Scottish Fresh‑Water Lochs. Edinburgh, 1910. 6 volumes, 8vo, numerous coloured maps backed on linen, many folding, original half pigskin, bindings very worn; Fraser, Alexander Natural History of the Salmon, Herrings, Cod, Ling &c. Inverness: for the Author, 1833. 12mo, original boards, uncut; MacGillivray, William A History of British Quadrupeds. Edinburgh, 1838. 12mo, engraved title, hand‑coloured plates, contemporary green morocco gilt, rubbed MacGillivray, William The Natural History of Dee Side and Braemar. London: Printed for Private Circulation, 1855, 8vo, 2 folding maps, plates, original red cloth, worn; Gray, Robert The Birds of the West of Scotland including the Outer Hebrides. Glasgow, 1871, 8vo, 15 tinted lithographs, original green pictorial cloth, new endpapers, binding slightly marked; Blackburn, Mrs H. Birds from Moidart and Elsewhere. 1895, 4to, original cloth, spine faded, worn; Ross, J. & H. Gunn The Book of the Red Deer and Empire Big Game. 1925, 4to, original pictorial white buckram, t.e.g., slightly marked; Proceedings of the Natural History Society of Glasgow. Glasgow, 1869‑1882. 5 volumes, 8vo, modern paper‑covered boards; Pennant, Thomas History of Quadrupeds. London: B. White, 1781. 2 volumes, 4to, red half morocco; and c.25 others (c.44) £300‑400


242 Natural History, including Mudie, Robert The Feathered Tribes of the British Islands. 1854. Fourth edition, 2 volumes, 8vo, 28 hand‑coloured plates (including additional pictorial titles), tan morocco gilt, g.e., rubbed; Hulme, F.E. Familiar Wild Flowers. Series 1‑6 bound in 3 vol., Cassell, [n.d.], coloured plates, contemporary half calf; Hulme, F.E. Familiar Wild Flowers. Series 1‑5. Cassell. [1892‑95], chromolithographed plates, contemporary green half morocco gilt; Pratt, Anne Wild Flowers. London: SPCK, [n.d.], 2 volumes, 12mo., [c.1882]; coloured plates, contemporary green morocco, one hinge broken, rubbed, Contents leaf vol. 1 repaired; ”Norway and Shetland”, photograph album, c. 86 photographs, 7.5 x 10cm., cloth album, [c.1910]; and 2 others (15) £200‑300

243 New Naturalist books, 10, comprising Boyd, J. Morton & I.L. The Hebrides. London: Collins, 1990. First edition, 8vo, number76 of the New Naturalist series, original green cloth gilt, dust‑jacket not price‑clipped, some very slight offsetting onto title‑page and map; and 9 other books from the ‘New Naturalist’ series: Britain’s Structure and Scenery, 1947, second edition (4); Wild Flowers, 1954 (5); Natural History in the Highlands & Islands, 1947 (6); Insect Natural History, 1947 (8); The Sea Shore, 1949 (12), dust‑jacket price‑clipped and attached to covers by plastic coating; The Art of Botanical Illustration, 1950 (14), bookplate; Life in Lakes & Rivers, 1951 (15); Mountain Flowers, 1956 (33), dust‑jacket creased along joint; Fossils, 1960 (42); all with dust‑jackets not price‑clipped unless stated (10) £300‑500



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244 Ornithology – [Wild Bird Protection Act] – The Farne Islands, a large archive, comprising Document of agreement of Dean and Chapter Office Durham to sell the Farne Islands to Ven. Archdeacon Thorp in 1853 for £404; Grant of the Reversion of Monk House & the Farne Islands from the Dean & Chapter of Durham to the Venerable Charles Thorp, 1861, with hand‑drawn map; Lease of Inner Farne Islands, from J.F. Thorp to Mr John Ralph Carr‑Ellison, 1881, on vellum; Indenture between Archdeacon Thorp and The Corporation of the Trinity House, of hereditaments and rights of way in the Great Farne Island, 1861, with hand‑coloured plan; Lease of the Outer Farne Islands by Mrs J.F. Thorp to Mr John Ralph Carr‑Ellison, on vellum, 3 Dec. 1881; Farne Island Association Notebook of Meetings of the Association to take the Farne Islands on lease for 6 years ending 1887, hand‑coloured plan tipped in (torn without loss); Large quantity of Ephemeral Printed information of The Farne Islands Association, c. 1880‑31; Original manuscript draft of the Rules, 1881, Notebooks, Account books, Lists of Members, Byelaws, Rules, Receipts & Expenditures, Manuscript notes & letters, Printed and typed reports, including information on the breeding season of young Arctic and Common Terns, Sandwich Terns, Eider Ducks, Puffins, Guillemots, Roeseate Terns, Razor Bills, Cormorants & Common Gulls; Architect’s drawing of Prior Castell’s Tower, Inner Farne Island, 1949; Northumberland Count Monument. 4pp typescript report on the Farne IslandsAdamson, Charles Murray Studies of Birds, Newcastle, 1881, oblong 8vo, inscribed “H.A. Poynter Esq, with the Donor’s kind regards”, lithographed plates (2 annotated in pencil), original pictorial wrappers; Quantity of correspondence from members of the Thorp family relating to the Farne Islands, including their transfer to the National Trust, c. 1925, including letters from Viscount Grey of Fallodon; Hand drawn plan relating to proposed improvements to the Inner Farne Lighthouse, a quantity of lithographed maps and plans of the Islands (many duplicates); [Wild Birds Protection Act] Motions & correspondence made to extend the period in which wild birds may not be killed as prohibited by the Wild Birds Protection Act of 1880; Correspondence, & reports of Indictments of people caught stealing eggs “Unless some steps are speedily taken to prevent it the interesting breeding station of the Eider Duck, the Sandwich Tern and of various other species of shore breeding birds at present existing on the Farne Islands is in great danger of being annihilated... I at once obtained permission to place a watcher on the Islands & I hope was instrumental in stopping the egging to a great extent as well as in bringing about the prosecution which later on followed the wholesale infringement of the provisions of the Wild Birds Protection Act” (Hugh Barclay, Colney Hall, Norwich, 1887); “The Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

birds are taken by fishermen in thick, foggy weather, and very often at midnight...” (24/10.1887), report stating “I have often had more trouble in the day time with ornithologists and naturalists to prevent them from taking eggs than ever I had with fishermen... this last breeding season, up to 16th June, I could safely say there would not be less than 50,000 eggs taken from the Islands”, extensive correspondence with members of the Farne Island Association, some relating to ornithology Morres, Rev. Arthur P. Amongst the Birds on the Farne Islands. Salisbury, [1896], 8vo, original wrappers dust‑soiled; c. 200‑300 items in all, some a little dusty, in a 19th century wooden chest Footnote: A large collection of material, manuscript and printed, relating to the Farne Islands, and the Farne Island Association, which was set up in 1880 by ornithologists and naturalists to protect the eggs and birds of the Farne Islands. The Farne Islands are first recorded in 651, when they became home to Saint Aidan, followed by Saint Cuthbert who died there in 687. Among other acts, Saint Cuthbert introduced special laws in 676 protecting the eider duck, and other seabirds nesting on the islands; these are thought to be the earliest bird protection laws anywhere in the world. St. Cuthbert befriended the nesting birds and eider ducks which to this day are still known locally as ‘St. Cuthbert’s chicks’. Following the dissolution of the monastic cell on the islands, the islands became the property of the Dean and Chapter of Durham Cathedral, who leased them to various tenants. In 1861 the islands were sold to Charles Thorp, who was at the time Archdeacon of Durham. In 1894 the Outer Farne Islands were bought by the industrialist William Armstrong, 1st Baron Armstrong, and in 1926 the Inner and Outer Farne Islands were purchased for The National Trust by public subscription. A total of 290 bird species have been recorded on the Farnes including, in the 1760s, an example of the now extinct great auk. The Farnes are home to more than 20 different bird species, including Puffins, Eider Ducks, Guillemots, Razorbills, and four species of Tern. The noise is deafening with up to 150,000 birds crammed onto the Islands at the height of the breeding season. Inner Farne is the largest of the Farne Islands and during the Summer it becomes home to many thousands of nesting seabirds. Arctic terns are a familiar visitor, flitting between the North and South Poles, and stopping off in the Farne Islands during the Summer. There is also a large colony of about 3,000 grey seals, the largest meat eating mammal in the UK. Provenance: Via the Thorp family, owners of the Farne Islands in the late 19th century. £2,000‑2,500

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245 Schlegel, Hermann and G. F. Westermann De Toerako’s Afgebeeld en Beschreven door H. Schlegel, onder Medewerking van G.F. Westerman. Opgedraven aan B.M. den Koning. Amsterdam: Koninklijk Zoölogisch Genootschap. Natura Artis Magistra, 1860. First edition, double elephant folio (733 x 530mm.), 24pp. text (Dutch), plus leaf of Tabula Synoptica, 17 lithographed plates by P.W.M. Trapp after Schlegel, each in two states, uncoloured and with bright contemporary hand‑colouring, later half cloth, a little rubbed, gilt label, binding with internal split (2 plates loose), occasional slight spotting, very short marginal tear to lower margin of text leaves Note: Probably the finest Dutch large colour‑plate book on birds. “An account of the Touracos (fam. Musophagidae). The general text, in Dutch, contains a description of each species with distribution, synonymy and other notes. The synopsis contains Latin diagnoses of the species. The plates are excellent and suggest the work of Wolf” (Zimmer). ”The essential part of the work consists of the beautiful plates, executed in lithography coloured by hand from drawings by Schlegel, made from nature and as far as possible from life. The birds are figured in life‑size, which accounts for the large format” (Anker). These lively and colourful Sub‑Saharan birds were mostly drawn from those in the Royal Amsterdam Zoo. Nissen IVB 833, Bradley Martin 191. £5,000‑7,000



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246 Sweet, Robert The Florist’s Guide, and Cultivator’s Directory; Containing Coloured Figures of the Choicest Flowers, Cultivated by Florists, including Ranunculus, Carnations, Picotees, Pinks, Roses, Georginas, Polyanthus, Auriculas, Hyacinths & Tulips. London: James Ridgway, 1827‑32. First edition, 2 volumes, 8vo (230 x 146mm.), 200 hand‑coloured engraved plates J. Watts after Edwin Dalton Smith, contemporary green half morocco, marbled sides, spines lettered in gilt, a fine set Note: Robert Sweet (1783–1835) was a prominent English botanist, horticulturist and ornithologist. Born at Cockington near Torquay, Devonshire, England in 1783, Sweet worked as a gardener from the age of sixteen, and became foreman or partner in a series of nurseries close to London at Stockwell, Fulham and Chelsea. In 1812 he joined Colvills, the famous Chelsea nursery, and was elected a fellow of the Linnean Society. By 1818 he was

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publishing horticultural and botanical works. He published a number of beautifully illustrated works on plants cultivatd in British gardens and hothouses. The fine plates were mainly drawn by Edwin Dalton Smith (1800–1883), a botanical artist, who was attached to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. His works include Hortus Suburbanus Londinensis(1818), Geraniaceae (five volumes) (1820–30), Cistineae, Sweet’s Hortus Britannicus (1826–27), Flora Australasica (1827–28) and British Botany (with H. Weddell) (1831). He died at Chelsea, London in January 1835. Aside from a little light offsetting from some plates to facing text, a tiny light dampstain to the extreme lower corner of a few leaves, and a very few light spots this is an exceptionally clean fresh copy with fine bright colouring. £2,500‑3,500

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247 Switzerland, Botany – Candolle, Augustin Pyramus de Plantes Rares du Jardin de Genève. Geneva: Librairie de J. Barbezat & Comp., 1829. First edition, 4to, 4 parts in one volume, folio (360 x 273 mm.), [vi], 92, [i]; half‑title, 24 stipple‑engraved plates, all printed in colours and some finished by hand, after Heyland (21), Mlle. Car. Chuit (2) and Anspach (1) by Heyland (7), Millenet (11), Anspach (4), Bovet (1) and Bouvier (1), printed by Tattegrain, original printed boards (371 x 290mm.), uncut, rebacked with cloth, boards a little dust‑soiled and scuffed at foot, internally mostly very clean Note: FIRST EDITION, second “consolidated” issue, with the title dated 1829, otherwise identical to the first issue. This rare work was originally published in four fascicules between 1825 and 1826 or 1827. The present rare work was published a few years after the Swiss botanist Candolle settled in Geneva where he became director of the ‘Jardin Botanique’. Candolle’s main focus was botany but he also contributed to related fields such as phytogeography, agronomy, paleontology, medical botany, and economic botany. Candolle proposed a “natural” method of plant classification as opposed to the artificial Linnaean method, a classification system which he outlined first in his Théorie élémentaire de la botanique (Elementary Theory of Botany, 1813), the principle of which was taxa do not fall along a linear scale; they are discrete, not continuous. This work also introduced the concept of “taxonomy”. His theory of “Nature’s war” – of plant species fighting each other for space and existence – influenced Charles Darwin and was one of the considerations that influenced Darwin’s theory of natural selection. The present work describes a number of rare plants of Geneva’s famous botanical garden which was founded by Candolle himself in 1817. The remarkably fine stipple‑engravings are all beautifully printed in colour and some are finished by hand. Great Flower Books, p.53; Nissen BBI 327; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1000. £2,000‑3,000

248 Wallace, Alfred Russell Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection. London: MacMillan and Co., 1870. First edition with advert leaves dated January 1870, 8vo, original green cloth gilt, hinges slightly split, some light rubbing to joints and spine ends £800‑1,200



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Adams, Frank – 2 illustrations for Blackie & Son

[§] Carr, Leslie

Red Squirrels, ink and watercolour, 30 x 20cm, signature to lower right corner; Owls, ink and watercolour, 30 x 20cm, ink and watercolour, signature to lower right corner (2)

4 original illustrations for Blackie & Son: Trawlers at Sea, gouache on card, 38 x 27cm, signed in pencil to lower right corner; We Leave a Track upon the Sea all Drawn in Curdy Foam, gouache on card, 38 x 27cm, signed in pencil to lower right corner; Untitled painting of a ship, gouache on card, 34 x 27cm, unsigned, some scribles to mount; Gallant Little Tugs, ink on board, 22.5 x 33cm, signed to lower left corner (4)


250 Blackie & Son – a collection of original illustrations for published works


Specht, August Huskies Pulling Sleighs, 20 x 16cm, watercolour, signed; Brock, J.M. Pirates, 29 x 21cm, watercolour, for Marvellous Escapes, signed; another for Marvellous Escapes showing a boat in a storm, acrylic on board and bearing the name of Cyrus Cuneo; Wylie, Jenny 4 pen and ink illustrations, including two showing Edinburgh Castle, largest 16 x 21.5cm, initialled; 26 small ink drawings, mainly of dog breeds; and 5 others by unknown artists (37) £250‑300


252 [Crimean War] Battle of Inkerman – Lt. Col. Hallewelle Annotated watercolour view of part of the site of the Battle of Inkerman by Lt. Col. Hallewelle, entitled “Sketch (from the original in the Quartermaster General’s Office by Lt. Col. Hallewell, A.q., M.g.) from left bank of ravine leading to Sand bag Battery, Are embraced, about 135 degrees. For illustration of part of Staff Survey”, signed by Col. Hallewelle, 285 x 1350mm., depicting the Ruins of Inkerman with individual salient features identified in ink, framed and glazed Note: Colonel Edmund Gilling Watts Hallewell (April 1822 – 1869), became Deputy Assistant Quartermaster‑General to the Light Division and fought at the Battle of Alma in September 1854, the Battle of Inkermann in November 1854 and at the siege of Sebastopol in the Winter of 1854 during the Crimean War. He was promoted to brevet major in December 1854, to lieutenant‑Colonel in November 1855 and to colonel in November 1860. He went on to be Commandant of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst in March 1864. £300‑400

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Original Illustrations



[§] Jones, Sydney Robert Fleming

Egypt & Semna (Nubia), 5 watercolours

6 illustrations for Blackie & Son: Victoria Falls, ink and watercolour on paper, 28 x 39cm, signed; Land’s End, ink and watercolour on board, 24 x 19.5cm , signed; An English Village, ink and watercolour on board, 24 x 19.5cm , signed; Illustration of a mountain stream in India, ink and watercolour on paper, 24 x 19.5cm, signed; Durham Cathedral, ink on board, 13.5 x 18.5, signed; Illustration of a house in a valley, ink on card, 23.5 x 19.5 (6)

Philae from Biggeh, 29 Dec. 1861; Pools of Solomon, 14 Apr. 1862; From Semneh looking North, 5 Jan. 1862; Semneh from West, 5 Jan. 1862; Cataracts of Nile, 26 Dec. 1861, c. 138 x 250mm – 157 x 355mm., mounted, all originally from the sketchbook of “J.D.T.” £400‑600


255 Smart, John Golfers on the Links, Gullane, signed and dated 1889 and inscribed ‘Gullane’ in plate, etching 23 x 33cm23cm x 33cm (9in x 13in) £500‑700



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Arndt, Johann Sechs Bücher vom wahren Christenthum. Philadelphia: Joh. G. Ritter, 1830. 3 parts in one vol., 4to, engraved frontispiece and 56 plates in part I, engraved frontispiece and 8 unnumbered plates in part III, original calf, lacking one clasp, some damp‑staining and spotting, slightly rubbed, [Worldcat: 2 copies only, Getty and Gettysburg]; Nelson, John. An Extract from John Nelson’s Journal; being an account of God’s dealing with him from his youth to the forty‑second year of his age. Written by himself. Printed and sold at the New Chapel, City‑Road; and at the Rev. Mr. Wesley’s preaching‑houses in town and country, 1789. 12mo, contemporary sheep, occasional spotting and finger soiling, [ESTC N31078: BL, O, Harvard and Duke]; and 1 other; Nelson, John. An Extract from John Nelson’s Journal; being an account of God’s dealing with him from his youth to the forty‑second year of his age. Written by himself. Printed and sold at the New Chapel, City‑Road; and at the Rev. Mr. Wesley’s preaching‑houses in town and country, 1789. 12mo, contemporary sheep, occasional spotting and finger soiling, [ESTC N31078: BL, O, Harvard and Duke]; Woolman, John. A Word of Remembrance and Caution to the Rich. By John Woolman, late of New Jersey. London: Reprinted [from the Dublin edition] and Sold by Darton and Harvey, 1796. 12mo, [pp.60], [Kress, B.2869; Sabin 105210; ESTC T80775, 4 copies]; [bound with] an incomplete copy of “A True Account of the Great Tryals and Cruel Sufferings undergone by those two faithful Servants of God, Katherine Evans and Sarah Cheevers”. London: R. Wilson, 1663, lacking 6 leaves from gathering F., contemporary half calf, worn (5)

Bale, John The Image of both Churches, after the most wonderfull and heavenly Revelation of Sainct John the Evangelist, contayning a very fruitfull exposition or Paraphrase upon the same. Printed at London by Thomas East. [c.1852], 3 volumes in one, 8vo, first title within typographic border, woodcuts in the text, contemporary blindstamped calf over wooden boards, rebacked in 18th century red morocco gilt, some worming to last 10 pages slightly affecting text, lacks one leaf: P8 of part 2, one upper corner worn, [ESTC S100582, 12 copies in U.K., 5 in U.S.A.] £400‑600

258 Ballfour, Rev. Mr John A Discourse concerning Religious Conference, on Mal. iii. 16. Glasgow: sold by R. Smith, James MacCoul, John Trail, 1745. 12mo, 20pp., 19th century quarter maroon morocco, t.e.g., bookplate of Hew Morrison, [not traced in ESTC or BL catalogue] £100‑150

259 Bethune, John Cottage Piety: or, a sketch of the life of Annie McDonald. London: Wright, Allis & Bagnall, 1842. 12mo, inscribed on title‑page to Miss Eliza Lawson from the Editor, contemporary calf, lower margins of initial leaves trimmed £200‑300


260 Bible The Holy Bible containing the Old Testament and the New. Cambridge: John Hayes, 1670. 4to, Old Testament only (i.e. lacks all after 3P4), ruled in red throughout, contemporary black morocco with an elaborate floral gilt panel design, bookplate of Bayfield Hall Library, a few small rust holes throughout slightly affecting text, early ownership signature to title‑page verso £250‑350

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Philosophy & Religion

261 Bible – New Testament The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. London: John Field, 1658. 12mo, New Testament only (i.e. lacking all before Qq6), Vv7 torn with some loss to text, [similar to ESTC R31600 but signatures do not correspond]; [bound with] The Whole Book of Psalms. London: John Field, 1658. 12mo, A5 & A6 misbound, some tears and rubbing to D10 with slight loss to text [bears some resemblance to ESTC R230020 but contains more leaves and title is slightly different]; contemporary black morocco gilt panel design with bird and floral motifs, Dutch endpapers, ruled in red throughout, a little rubbing and bumping to corners and spine, bookplate, 2 18th century ownership inscriptions Note: The text of the Bible ends on Ddd12 verso. This is sometimes (but not always) considered to be a foreign, pirated edition of Field’s “Pearl Bible”, printed by order of Oliver Cromwell for use among his soldiers. £300‑500



Book of Common Prayer in jewelled clasp binding The Book of Common Prayer... London: John Baskett, 1739. 12mo [ESTC T134410]; [bound with] [Vickers, William] A Companion to the Altar. London: Edmund Parker, 1738. 12mo, lacking engraved title‑page [ESTC T82302]; [bound with] The Whole Book of Psalms. London: Thomas Baskett, 1743. 12mo [ESTC T82240]; in 19th century black morocco with yellow metal edging and foliate clasps inlaid with diamonds and rubies, with enamelled green leaves, Dutch paste‑down endpapers, family notes in ink (including blue biro) to free endpapers, small split to upper joint £500‑700


263 Church of Scotland – Binning, Hugh An Useful Case of Conscience, Learnedly and Accuratly Discussed and Resolved. [?Edinburgh]: Printed in the Year, 1693. 4to., 51, [1] p., later cloth‑backed boards, [ESTC R24656], bookplate of Duncan Shaw, a few little spots and stains £150‑200

264 Church of Scotland – The Protestation of the General Assemblie of the Church of Scotland and of the Noblemen, Barons, Gentlemen, Borrowes, Ministers and Cmoons, Subscribers of the Covenant, lately renewed, made in the high Kirk, and at the Mercate Crosse of Glasgow, the 28, and 29. of November 1638. Glasgow: George Anderson, 1638. 4to, [16pp.] [ESTC S116929. Variant: quire A wrongly printed with the outer forme of STC 22047.5; first word on A2v is “of”], woodcut on title, disbound £250‑350



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Church of Scotland, 18 items, comprising Salwey, Arthur

[Defoe, Daniel & Anonymous]

Halting Stigmatiz’d in a Sermon Preached to the Honorable House of Commons. London: C. Meredith, 1644. [8], 21, [3]p., 4to, first and last leaf blanks, disbound, slight dust‑soiling, [ESTC R17704]; Bridges, Walter Ioabs Counsell, and King Davids Seasonable Hearing it. London: A. Cooke, 1643. 4to, [8], 23, 4to, soiled, disbound, some headlines trimmed, [ESTC R204247]; A True Copy of the whole printed Acts of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland. Printed in the Year 1682. [2], 485, [13], old calf, lacks lower board, one board detached; A Letter containing an Humble and Serious Advice to some in Scotland. [Edinburgh] printed [Tyler], 1661. 4to, 15pp. [however ESTC R222051 calling for [2], 14pp.], page 15 repaired with loss to one letter; bound with To His Grace His Majestie’s high Commissioner and the High Court of Parliament, the humble Address of the Synod of Aberdeen. [Aberdeen, 1661, from final leaf], [4]p., 4to, drophead title, [ESTC R425293], a few words trimmed, cloth‑backed boards; C[umming], A[lexander] A Sermon Preached upon Christmas Day. Edinburgh: A. Symson, 1705, 4to, [4], 52, [ESTC T192316], disbound, slight marginal staining; [Anonymous] The Restoration of Episcopacy in Scotland. London, Printed in the Year 1705. 4to, 8pp., disbound, one word & some page numerals trimmed; [Anonymous] The Mystery of Magistracy unvailed [sic]. Edinburgh: Heirs and Successors of Andrew ANderson, 1708. 4to, 51. [1], disbound, [ESTC T102220], 2 short sellotape strengthening; Simson, John] A True and Authentick Copy of Mr John Simsons Letters to Mr Robert Rowen. [Edinburgh: printed by John Moncur, 1716]. 4to, drop‑head title, [ESTC T176500], disbound; Campbell, Daniel Man’s Chief End and Rule. Edinburgh: J. Moncur, 1719. 2 parts in one vol., 8vo, contemporary calf, [ESTC T172630]; Gibbon, Thomas The Religious Observance of the Sabbath. London, 1749. 8vo, disbound; Haldan, Bernard The Foundations of Religion and Morality. A Sermon Preached in the Tron Church of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Hamilton &c., 1756. 8vo, [4], 31, [1], disbound; Fordyce, James The Delusive and Persecuting Spirit of Popery. Glasgow, 1758. 8vo, disbound; Dow, John The Trial of the Rev. Niel Douglas... for Sedition. Edinburgh, 1817. 8vo, frontispiece portrait, cloth; A Second edition of the Debate in the Shop about Imparity among Pastors. [Edinburgh ?, 1703]. 4to, 15, [1], disbound, [ESTC T95635]; [Cromaty, George Mackenzie, Earl of] A Few Brief and Modest Reflexions perswading a Just Indulgence to be Granted to the Episcopal Clergy and People in Scotland. [Edinburgh], 1703, 4to, 7, [1]p., disbound, [ESTC T79929]; Cullen, Francis Grant, Lord AN Essay for Pace, by Union in Judgement; about Church‑Government in Scotland. Edinburgh: Heirs of Andrew Anderson, 1703. 4to, 21, [1]p., disbound, imprint cropped, [ESTC T79907]; [Church of Scotland] The Protestation of the Generall Assembly of the Kirke of Scotland. Edinburgh: J. Bryson, 1639. 4to, cloth; Willison, John A Letter from a Parochial Bishop to a Prelatical Gentleman in Scotland. Edinburgh, 1714. 8vo, [6], 146, quarter morocco, last 2 pages in pen facsimile

A Letter from the Country containing some Remarks concerning the National Covenant and Solemn League. In Answer to a late Pamphlet, Entituled, Lawful Prejudices against an Incorporating Union with England. Edinburgh, 1707. 12pp., 4to, [ESTC N4220], title slightly dust‑soiled, disbound, with [Defoe, Daniel] The Dissenters in England vindicated from some Reflections in a late Pamphlet, Entituled, Lawful Prejudices, &c., [Edinburgh, 1707], 4to, drophead title, 8pp., [ESTC T72258; 12 copies in U.K., 12 in U.S.A.]


266 [Defoe, Daniel] Presbyterian Persecution Examined. With an Essay on the Nature and Necessity of Toleration in Scotland. Edinburgh: printed in the year MDCCVII [1707]. 8vo, 40pp., disbound, title and final leaf somewhat browned, [ESTC T66285; 12 copies in U.K., 6 in U.S.A.] £200‑300 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


268 [Drop head title:] Heaven’s Judgement on Gamesters, Drunkards, and Seekers of Revenge. Being a true account of one Mr. John Gibbs near the city of Bristol. Licens’d and enter’d according to Order, [c. 1790]. 12mo, pp.8, blindstamp of Nottingham Public Library on first leaf, first leaf trimmed in fore‑margin but without loss, edges slightly frayed with minor loss to corners, disbound, [cf. ESTC T205503]; [Family. Religious Life.] An Essay on the Happiness and Advantages of a Well‑ordered Family. London: F. and C. Rivington, 1794. First edition, small 8vo, disbound, slight spotting, a few small stains, [ESTC T61164, recording 4 copies in UK and 2 in N. America] (2) £150‑250

269 Durham, James, late Minister of the Gospel in Glasgow. The Dying Man’s Testament to the Church of Scotland or a Treatise concerning Scandal. Edinburgh: Christopher Higgins, 1659. 8vo, [32], 432, contemporary calf, rebacked, [ESTC R3845] £150‑200

270 English Civil War – [Presbyterian Ministers] A serious and faithful Representation of the Judgements of Ministers of the Gospell Within the Province of London. Contained in a Letter from them to the Generall and his Counsel of Warre. London: by M.B. for Samuel Gellibrand and Ralph Smith, 1649. 4to, [2], 10, 20th century boards, [ESTC R188958, listing 3 copies in the UK, and 1 in the USA] Note: On January 18, 1649, following the Remonstrance of the Army & its subsequent occupation of London, the Presbyterian ministers of London issued this tract which roundly criticized the Army and Independents as Rebels. £150‑200

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271 Gregory, John Gregorii Opuscula: or, Notes & Observations upon Some Passages of Scripture... London: R. Royston, 1650. Small 4to, contemporary calf, joints split, some rubbing, a little light marginal worming and small tears not affecting text, bookplate [ESTC R14029] Provenance: Bookplate of the Reverend the Honourable Sidney Meade £200‑300


272 [Henderson, Alexander] General Demands concerning the Late Covenant, Propounded by the Ministers and Professors of Divinitie in Aberdeene, to some Reverend Brethren, who came thither to recommend the late Covenant to them. Edinburgh: Printed by Robert Young, 1638. 4to, [2], 37, [1], disbound, title slightly frayed, [seemingly lacking a1‑a4, ESTC S100395, calling for [18], 37, [1]p., EEBO reproducing the text as in this copy] £150‑200


275 [Hughes, Michael] A Letter to the Most Noble Thomas, Duke of Newcastle, on certain Points of the last Importance to these Nations. London: H. Whitridge, 1746, [ESTC T38296]; [Hughes, Michael] A Letter to the Most Noble Thomas, Duke of Newcastle, on the Dangers arising from Popery and Disaffection. London: H. Whitridge, 1747, [ESTC T140044], without half‑title & final advert. leaf, 2 volumes in one, 19th century half calf, rubbed, joint cracked £100‑150

Holy Bible


Containing the Old and New Testaments... Edinburgh: Alexander Kincaid, 1758. 12mo, Old Testament only and lacking everything after Cc6 [ESTC T91949]; [bound with] The Psalms of David. Edinburgh: printed by Sir D. Hunter Blair and J. Bruce, 1814. 12mo; contemporary red straight‑grained morocco ‘envelope’ binding, with the ownership signature of Mungo Dalziell dated 1762 to an initial leaf

Latimer, Hugh


274 Hooker, Richard Of the Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie. London: R. Bishop for G. Lathum, [1639], folio, engraved title soiled and frayed with slight loss, 19thcentury calf, worn; Mason, Francis Of the Consecration of the Bishops in the Church of England. London: R. Barker, 1613. Folio, contemporary vellum, early signature of John Crichton on title, title and 3 following leaves frayed with loss Webster, James Lawful Prejudices against an Incorporating Union with England. Edinburgh, 1707. 4to, black quarter morocco, worn; Fisher, Edward The Marrow of Modern Divinity. Falkirk, 1789. 12mo, old sheep, some spotting, very worn; Wallace, G. The Nature and Descent of Ancient Peerages. 1785. 8vo, original boards, uncut, lower board loose; sold not subject to return (5) £150‑250

Fruitfull Sermons: Preached by the right Reverend Father, and Constant Martyr of Iesus Christ, Master Hugh Latimer. London: Thomas Cotes, 1635. [18pp.], 328 leaves, contemporary calf, title frayed, lacks upper cover, [ESTC S108329], lacks the frontispiece portrait £100‑200


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277 [Luther, Martin] – Cochlæus, Jean Septiceps Lutherus, ubique sibi, suis scriptis contrarius, in visitationem Saxonicam: per D. Ioan. Cochlaeum ante annos 44. aeditus. Paris: Nicholas Chesneau, via Jacobaea, subscuto Frobeniano, 1564. 12mo., ff. [12], 136, [4], woodcut on title, eighteenth century calf, rubbed, upper cover detached, [Adams C2288] Note: In this early hostile biography Luther is portrayed as a seven headed monster. USTC 153595, recording 16 copies worldwide, none in the U.K.] £600‑900

278 Old Testament in Irish – Bedel, William Leabhuir na Seintiomna. London: 1685. 4to, contemporary calf, bookplate, early ownership signatures to title‑page; joints split, covers and spine rubbed, a few small holes and a little marginal worming throughout, slightly affecting text and page numbers, final leaves a little dampstained and chewed [ESTC R23375] £1,500‑2,000

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Philosophy & Religion


279 Rogers, John Ohel [Hebrew] Ohel or Beth‑Shemesh. A Tabernacle for the Sun: or Irenicum Evangelicum. An Idea of Church‑Discipline, in the Theorick and Practick Parts. London: R.I. and G. and H. Eversden, 1653. 4to (180 x 138mm.), [2], 86, 88‑106, [2], 412, 12, 413‑500, 461‑564, [32] p. (but with the title to Dod or Chathan misbound at beginning; blank leaf with presentation inscriptions bound in before title, late 19thC calf by Henderson & Bisset, spine lettered in gilt, g.e., [ESTC R222684] Provenance: On a leaf bound in before title “March 12 [1856] Harriet Gordon/ for her faithful/ much esteemed Pastor/ Mr Robert Pastor [sic. “ [i.e. Robert Anderson Jr (1799‑1868)] / This book having ties / to His revered Uncle / The Reverend Christopher Anderson / To be given at discretion / of my beloved Mother.” For Christopher Anderson’s attention to Rogers and to Miles Coverdale, see his Annals of the English Bible, 2 vols., 1845. It may be speculated, therefore, that the underlining and the few marginalia may be by Christopher Anderson, and the relevant passages would seem to support this, their concerning membership and governance of Christian congregatations, the form of baptism. &c.; Family books relating to the Andersons and Grahams of Edinburgh £500‑700




Scotland, Religion, a collection including Bryce, W.M.

Scottish History, chiefly Ecclesiastical, a large quantity, including

The Scottish Grey Friars. 1909. 2 volumes, 4to, original buckram gilt, slightly soiled; Anderson, P.J. Charters and other Writs illustrating the History of the Royal Burgh of Aberdeen. Aberdeen, 1890. 4to, original cloth; Bell, T. Records of the Meeting of the Exercise of Alford. Aberdeen, 1897. 4to, number 194 of 525 copies, original cloth; Selections from the Records of the Kirk Session, Presybtery and Synod of Aberdeen. 1846, original cloth, text block split; Laing, A. Lindores Abbey and its Burgh of Newburgh. 1876. 4to, quarter morocco; Concilia Scotiae. 1866, 2 volumes, original cloth, one joint split; Cranstoun, James Satirical Poems of the Time of the Reformation. 1891, 2 volumes, quarter morocco, t.e.g.; and a quantity of other books on Scottish history and religion

Stevenson, William The Presbytrie Booke of Kirkcaldie. Kirkcaldy, 1900. 4to, number 138 of 150 copies, original cloth; Campbell, J. Balmerino and its Abbey. 1899; Lyon, C.J. History of St. Andrews. 1843, 2 volumes, original cloth; a quantity


281 Scottish folklore, beliefs and early religion Miller, Hugh Scenes and Legends of the North of Scotland. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1835. 8vo, contemporary calf; Popular Superstitions and Festive Amusements of the Highlanders of Scotland. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Company, 1823. 8vo, contemporary half calf; Buchan, Peter Gleanings of Scotch, English, and Irish scarce Old Ballads. Peterhead: Lewis Smith..., 1825. 12mo, contemporary half‑calf; Cumming, Annie and Bella Golspie, Contributions to its Folklore. London: David Nutt, 1897, 8vo, original green cloth gilt; Knight, G.A. Frank Archaeological Light on the Early Christianizing of Scotland. London: James Clarke & Company, 1933. 2 volumes, 8vo, original blue cloth gilt; Shaw, Margaret Fay London: Routledge and Kegan Paul Limited, 1955. 8vo, original blue cloth gilt; Craig, Robert Scottish Myths... Edinburgh: MacLachlan and Stewart, 1882. 8vo, original green cloth gilt; and 30 others, sold not subject to return (38) £150‑200


283 [Slavery, Demerara] – London Missionary Society The London Missionary Society’s Report of the Proceedings against the late Rev. J. Smith, of Demerara, Minister of the Gospel, who was tried under Martial Law, and condemned to Death, on a charge of aiding and assisting in a Rebellion of the Negro Slaves. London: F. Westley, 1824. First edition, 8vo, [vii, 204], contemporary half calf, worn, covers detached, lacks spine £200‑300

284 The Book of Common Prayer Cambridge: Joseph Bentham, 1760. Folio; [bound with] The Whole Book of Psalms Cambridge: Joseph Bentham, 1757. Folio; in contemporary panelled suede, a little rubbed, joints split, some internal dampstaining; Bisse, Thomas The Beauty of Holiness... Dublin: Pat Dugan, 1721. Ninth edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, upper hinge repaired, some soiling, early ownership stamps to title‑page (2) £150‑200


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PHOTOGRAPHY 285 Annan, T. & R. Souvenir Album of the Scottish Exhibition of National History, Art and Industry, Glasgow 1911. Glasgow: T & R Annan & Sons, 1911. Oblong 4to, with 10 small photogravure portraits of Honourary Office‑Bearers and 18 full‑page photogravures, original red morocco gilt £120‑180

286 Annan, Thomas Glasgow City Improvement Trust, Old Closes and Streets, a series of photogravures 1868‑1899. Glasgow: T. & R. Annan & Sons, 1900. Folio, one of 100 copies, 50 photogravures, original red cloth gilt, occasional slight marginal soiling, some offsetting onto tissue guards, a little fading and rubbing to covers £1,500‑2,000

287 Annan, Thomas 25. Close, No. 18 Saltmarket, c.1869, albumen print, 23 x 28cm, laid‑down to mount, framed and glazed £700‑900

288 Annan, Thomas Photographs of Glasgow College. [Glasgow, 1866] Oblong folio, 20 mounted albumen prints, original green cloth gilt, a little foxing, a little wear to covers £600‑800 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2



289 Annan, Thomas Glasgow City Improvement Trust, The Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1900. Folio, 50 photogravures, original red cloth gilt, covers slightly soiled £1,500‑2,000



290 British travel photography, c. 1865‑1890 13 albums of views and travels mostly around the UK, some by John Valentine, George Washington Wilson, F.F. & Co., ; one album lettered “Scenes of our Summer Holiday in Scotland 1883”, some of Europe, 9 of Burma (chiefly Rangoon), 6 of the USA, including one good album chiefly of captioned views of Scotland by a good amateur photographer, c. 1865, one photograph dated 1865 £800‑1,200



291 Bruce, George

292 [§] Buckham, Alfred G. Perth, silver gelatin print, c.1920, 46 x 38cm, signed by Buckham to the mount, framed and glazed Note: An unusual Buckham photograph showing an aerial view of the city of Perth, Scotland, with Buckham’s signature aircraft. £800‑1,200

Biding His Time, 1878, carbon print, 28.5 x 22.5cm, laid down onto original mount with the printed inscription: “Presentation Print: Edinburgh Photographic Society 1878‑79”, framed and glazed £300‑500


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293 Cameron, Julia Margaret Little Margie [Thackeray] ‘Christ Kind’, c.1865, albumen print, 34 x 26cm, laid onto original mount and signed by Cameron, framed and glazed Note: “When Julia Margaret Cameron took up photography in 1864, she passionately embraced allegory as her preferred artistic impulse and arranged her sitters in poses taken from classical literature, the Bible, contemporary poetry, and recent history. She called these photographs her ‘fancy subjects’…” [Rosen, Jeff, Julia Margaret Cameron’s ‘Fancy Subjects’, 2016, p.1] Julia Margaret Cameron’s photograph of Little Margie, commonly known as ‘Christ Kind’, or Christ Child, is an example of Cameron’s attraction to allegory in her work. Here, Cameron has recreated the Germanic Christkind – the infant Jesus who delivers presents to children on Christmas Eve. Margie Thackeray, the adopted granddaughter of William Makepeace Thackeray (and his great‑niece), is pictured with her hair brushed out, almost to create a halo around her head, giving her an angelic appearance. Cameron’s use of strong light Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

catches the crown of the child’s head, which is contrasted with the dark behind, again to create the perception of holiness. Julia Margaret Cameron certainly regarded her photography as an artform, writing to Sir John Herschel (father of the sitter in lot 295): “My aspirations are to ennoble Photography and to secure for it the character and uses of High Art…” [Rosen, p.2, quoting from Ford “The Cameron Collection]. To this end, Cameron manipulated her photographs to some extent. Cox and Ford write: “If parts of an image were unsatisfactory to her, she engraved lines onto the negative, scratched and painted the collodion, and doctored the image as necessary to suit her expressive needs.” [Cox, Julian & Colin Ford. Julia Margaret Cameron: The Complete Photographs, 2003, p.50] Similarly, Cameron chose to create a slight blur in many of her photographs, by not tightening her lens to the same extent as many photographers of the day, and eschewing devices such as head restraints for her sitters [Cox & Ford, p.50]. This effect can again be observed in the diffusion of Margie Thackeray’s hair. £5,000‑7,000


294 Cameron, Julia Margaret A Holy Family, 1872, albumen print, 34.5 x 26.5cm, unsigned, framed and glazed Note: Cox & Ford list this image as “A Study of the Holy Family”, item 91 in their work Julia Margaret Cameron: The Complete Photographs, p.154. It is a very unusual image to find, featuring Cameron’s maid, Mary Hillier, the boy, Freddie Gould, and an unknown girl. £800‑1,200

295 Cameron, Julia Margaret Julia Herschel, 1867?, albumen print, 24.5 x 19.5cm, signed Julia Marg to original mount, mount with a photographer’s blindstamp, framed and glazed £1,000‑1,500



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296 Carte‑de‑Visite albums A collection of 7 French carte‑de‑visite albums, including one relating to the Charpentier family of Brest, with 16 cabinet cards and many cartes‑de‑visite by Otto Mertens, M. Berthaud, A. Boname, Giraud and others, c.1870s‑90s; a small album relating to the Desouches family, containing 27 cartes‑de‑visite; a small album of 34 cartes‑de‑visite, many taken by Horde; a small album of 22 photographs, including several featuring women carefully posed outdoors, and a couple feeding pigeons; an album containing 63 cartes‑de‑visite by A. Crolard, Jally, Paul Berthier, Piroum Madame de Hermann and others, including Captain Massé of Madagascar and Borelli of Constantinople; and 2 others; [ALSO] a small British album containing 37 carte‑de‑visite photographs by Pflaum & Co., Mayall, W.W. Hughes and Edmonds, Maull & Fox, and others, including General Colley, Charles Hallé, Bismarck and Thomas Carlyle (8) £300‑500

297 Commonplace book with photogenic drawings two photogenic drawings showing a leaf and pieces of lace, each 17.5 x 12cm and signed G.W. Moyle, laid‑down into commonplace book dated 1841‑1849 belonging to Celia Rogers of Helston, Cornwall £150‑250

298 Curtis, Edward S. A Yauelmani Yokuts, plate 498, 1924, photogravure, 46 x 34cm, framed and glazed £400‑600

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299 Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes in cases, 37 photographs, including one stereoscope 24 Daguerrotypes including 2 by Kilburn, 5 Richard Beard patented Daguerreotypes, 1 Mayall Daguerreotype of a young officer, 3 Claudette Daguerreotypes including one stereoscope photograph and one post‑mortem Daguerreotype by an unknown photographer of a young woman; 13 Ambrotypes including one by Rowman; several in Union cases (37) £600‑800


300 Denton, Frank James – New Zealand 7 photographs, probably bromide prints, showing New Zealand scenery and flowers, including four signed by Denton, each c.20 x 15cm £200‑300


301 Dundee Improvement Committee Dundee Old & New. [Dundee, 1880?] Oblong 4to album, containing one portrait photograph of Convener [sic.] of the Omprovement Committee of the Dundee Police Commissioners, 1871‑1880 and 52 albumen prints of Dundee, various sizes but mostly 11 x 20cm, original red morocco gilt £400‑600

302 Egypt, 6 photographs albumen prints, possibly by Pascal Sébah, 1870s, each around 27 x 21cm, showing: a city; a woman and a boy with vegetables; four men and boys riding donkeys; men with camels; three women and a boy with apples; & a veiled woman (6) £300‑400



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303 Fenton, Roger Henry Duberley, Paymaster 8th Hussars & Mrs Duberley, Crimea, 1855, albumen print, 14.5 x 15cm, laid‑down to mount, framed and glazed £400‑600

304 Fenton, Roger Camp of the 4th Dragoon Guards, 1855, albumen print, 16 x 16.5cm, mounted, framed and glazed £400‑600

305 Glass Plate Negatives of Asia, c. 1885 by William Brown Dunlop (1861‑1946) Circa 100 plate glass negatives, labelled on 2 boxes “Negatives taken in the East (China, Japan etc.) 1885, W[illiam] B[rown] D[unlop]”, 12 x 16.5cm., in 2 wooden boxes, depicting Chinese and European buildings, landscape, shipping &c. and c. 110 plate glass negatives, Scotland and Asia, wrapped in paper or in cardboard boxes Note: The photographer was William Brown Dunlop (1861‑1946) Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

who made a commercial trip to China in 1883/4. He was a Chartered Accountant and Collector residing at Seton Palace, East Lothian. There are prints of all the negatives with titles held at West Register House under the name of W B Dunlop donated by the vendor’s mother Mrs Aline Betty Dunlop, probably in the 1980s. An incomplete small notebook lists photographs taken at Singapore , Batavia, Buitenzorg (Java), & Sindanglaya (Java). £2,000‑3,000


306 Hill, Alexander W. A Symphony in Grey [6 Polwarth Grove, Edinburgh], c.1925, bromoil transfer, 24 x 29cm, signed, titled and priced at £2.27.0 to reverse of mount, framed and glazed Note: Alexander Hill was a Scottish amateur photographer and member of the Edinburgh Photographic Society. “A Symphony in Grey” was taken in the 1920s. Depicting a city street scene, it is a fine example of pictorialism – the late 19th century photographic movement which sought to emphasise the painterley aspects of photography. The grainy nature of the photograph immitates a slightly impressionistic style, helped by the bromoil transfer printing process. £300‑400

307 Hill, David Ocatvius & Adamson, Robert John Henning and Alexander Handyside Ritchie, c.1845, calotype, 19.5 x 15.5cm, not laid‑down, framed and glazed £1,000‑1,500

308 Hill, David Ocatvius & Adamson, Robert ”Edie Ochiltree” (John Henning), c.1845, calotype, 20.5 x 15.5cm, loosely laid‑down to mount, framed and glazed Note: Sir Walter Scott created the character of Edie Ochiltree in his 1816 novel, The Antiquary. Ochiltree is a ‘Blue‑gown’, or ‘gaberlunzie’, a beggar with a slightly higher status in 19th century society than others. The character of Edie Ochiltree captured the imagination of the photographers. Their preferred model for Ochiltree was John Henning: a Scottish bust sculptor, who made images of well known personages, including Scott himself. [Bruce, David. Sun Pictures…, 1973, pp.68&78] £1,500‑2,000



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309 Hill, David Ocatvius & Adamson, Robert John Henning, c.1845, calotype, 19.5 x 14.5cm, not laid down, framed and glazed £1,000‑1,500



310 Hill, David Ocatvius & Adamson, Robert Mary Watson (née Hill), c.1845, calotype, 20 x 14cm, calotype, laid‑down to mount, framed and glazed, a little worming £1,000‑1,500

311 Hill, David Ocatvius & Adamson, Robert Group Bonaly Towers (D.O. Hill, Mrs Cockburn, John Henning, Lord Cockburn, Sir George Harvey and others), c.1840, calotype, 16 x 20.5cm, laid‑down to early mount, framed and glazed £1,500‑2,000 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


312 Hill, David Ocatvius & Adamson, Robert Three Newhaven Fishermen, c.1845, calotype, 19.5 x 14.5cm, not laid‑down, framed and glazed Note: The three fishermen pictured here are thought to be Alex Rutherford, William Ramsay and John Liston. It is possible that Hill and Adamson became interested in photographing the Newhaven fishing community, on the North side of Edinburgh, through Dr. James Fairburn, a sitter photographed by Hill and Adamson for the project surrounding the well‑known ‘Disruption painting’. Fairburn was the minister of the Newhaven church, and is thought to have been highly concerned with his congregation’s welfare. Ford and Strong write: “Having soon raised the money to build a church…Fairburn tackled the problem of getting their boats fitted with proper decks and cabins; it is possible that Hill and Adamson’s calotypes of Newhaven were taken in connection with this highly successful campaign.” [Ford, Colin & Roy Strong. An Early Victorian Album, 1976, p.155] £2,000‑3,000




Hill, David Ocatvius & Adamson, Robert Reverend Thomas Henshaw Jones, c.1844, calotype, 16 x22cm, loosely laid onto mount, framed and glazed £1,000‑1,500

314 Hill, David Ocatvius & Adamson, Robert Reverend John Julius Wood, c.1845, calotype, 20.5 x 15cm, loosely laid‑down, framed and glazed £1,000‑1,500




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315 India, Malta & Egypt Album of travel photographs of Malta (4), the Suez Canal (4), composite photos of N. African indigenous people (2), Aden (4), and India (59), including the Madras famine, Bombay, Taj Mahal at Agra, Agra Bank (?Shurachee) & a 2 plate panorama of an unidentified Indian coastal city, 2 signed Lawrie & Co., 4to, contemporary half morocco album, with cloth cover sewn on, c. 1870, most 16 x 21cm – 23 x 18cm, most with some fading to margins £600‑800




Iran, a collection of photographs

Japan, a photograph album

album, 24 x 14cm, containing 48 photographs including many of a trip to Iran and the Middle East, several photographs of nurses and group shots of local people, each photograph c.9 x 6cm

90 photographs, each between 14 x 8cm and 4 x 6cm, showing scenes and people in Japan, early 20th century £250‑300



318 Lemere, Bedford Henry – cyanotypes [Intérieurs Anglais. London: Bedford Lemere & Co., c.1900] Folio with 50 mounted cyanotypes, each 41 x 31cm (including mount), in a contemporary green marbled portfolio case (some wear, upper cover detached), one plate a little bent Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library Note: In the late 1890s and early 1900s, Bedford Lemere set out to Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

photograph the interiors of British country houses and civic buildings. In total, Lemere is thought to have produced around 100,000 images, creating ‘catalogues’ to display the architectural trends of the day. Examples of Bedford Lemere Photographs and Cyanotypes can be found in important public collections such as the V&A and the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art. £2,000‑3,000



319 Llewelyn, John Dillwyn Caswell Bay with Pulldye Point, with breaking wave, salt print, 11 x 15cm, loosely laid onto mount; [Idem] The Lower Lake, salt print, 19.5 x 24.5cm, laid‑down to mount (2) £250‑300


320 Mennie, Donald Pictures of Peking. Shanghai: A.S. Watson & Co., [n.d.] Oblong 4to, 19 photographic plates, only, one plate lacking, final plate lacking mount, original limp covers with paper label, gift inscription in red ink to title‑page, some wear to covers, a few plates detached £200‑300


321 Ponting, Herbert George The Terra Nova in McMurdo Sound, 7 Jan. 1911, 734 x 58mm., blue‑green carbon print, with printed label on verso: “Notice. This photograph is enlarged from a negative made by Mr H.G. Ponting during the British Antarctic Expedition and is Copyright in all Countries. Sole Agents The Fine Art Society, 148 New Bond St., London”, and with caption “The Terra Nova in McMurdo Sound” and “number 26” supplied in ink, H G Ponting signature blindstamp in lower right corner, slightly faded, with original wooden frame but not glazed £3,000‑4,000


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322 Postcards and scraps, 3 albums over 700 postcards, mostly late 19th and early 20th century, in two albums including many Society Ladies; and a Victorian scrap album (3) £80‑120


323 Railway photography: Ottoman Company Dubbs & Co., Glasgow Locomotive Company Annan, Thomas Traction Engine, Ottoman Company. Dubbs & Co., Glasgow Locomotive Works, 1866, albumen print, 28 x 38.5cm, laid onto original mount; North British Locomotive Co. 10 silver gelatin prints, 1930s‑1970s but printed later, showing the manufacture and transportation of engines through Glasgow, between 16 x 24cm and 20 x 29cm; 3 earlier silver gelatin prints showing engines in Glasgow, between 26 x 34cm and 28 x 38cm; silver gelatin print showing railway workers posing around an engine, 19 x 38cm; Sharp, Stewart & Co. Limited, Atlas Works, Manchester albumen print showing the engine “Little Dorrit”, 27 x 36cm £800‑1,200



Rejlander, Oscar

[§] Rupin, Jury

”I Pays”, presented with the Photographic Journal September 1859, “Paul Pretsch’s Patent Process” (electrotype), 15.5 x 22cm, framed and glazed

Country Childhood I, 1978, signed by the artist, photographer’s ink stamp, gallery ink stamp, edition not known, gelatin silver print, approx 36.7 by 22.2cm.; Sauna 03, 1972, edition 1 of 5, signed and inscribed in pencil by artist, gelatin silver print, approx 19.5 by 29.5cm; Boat, 1973, signed and inscribed by the artist in pencil, photographic print, approx 36.5 by 19.5cm; Sauna 05, 1972, edition 1 of 5, signed by the artist in pencil, gelatin silver print, approx 22 by 30cm. (4)


325 Robertson, James 2 salted paper prints of the Crimea: English Burial Ground, 20 x 30cm; Market Place Kadikoi, 24 x 29cm; taken 1855‑1856, both laid‑down onto mounts; Simpson, W. The Camp of the Second Division Looking East. London: P. & D. Cohnaghi & Co., 1855. Lithograph, 14 x 21cm (3) £500‑700 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2



327 Scottish Photography – Beveridge, Erskine Wanderings with a Camera 1882‑1898. Edinburgh: Privately Printed, 1922. 2 volumes, 4to, volume 1 limited to 50 copies, plates, original green cloth £200‑250

328 Shanghai The Celebration of Her Britannic Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee at Shanghai 1897, album containing 38 photographs c.11 x 15cm; and 4 smaller photographs showing scenes in Shanghai, particularly focussing on financial institutions, original red half calf gilt, covers worn £200‑300

329 Sutcliffe, Frank Meadow Water Rats, 1886, silver gelatin print, 15 x 20.5cm, signed in pencil to lower right corner, framed and glazed £800‑1,200



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330 Sutcliffe, Frank Meadow Excitement, 1888, silver gelatin print, 15 x 19.5cm, signed ‘FMS 307’ to the negative, not laid‑down, framed and glazed £800‑1,200

331 Sutcliffe, Frank Meadow 10 silver gelatin prints, several with F.M.S. signed to the negative, showing people and scenes around Whitby: a fishergirl, two fishermen with a telescope, a fisherman, two fishermen and a little girl, two fishergirls on the beach, two fishergirls dismounting the harbour steps, a young couple, an elderly woman, three fishermen and a boy with lobster pots and a view of the harbour, each around 20 x 15cm, four framed and glazed (10) £1,500‑2,000

332 Sutcliffe, Frank Meadow An album of 11 silver gelatin prints of Whitby and the Robin Hood’s Bay area, each c.13 x 21cm and initialled F.M.S. to the negative, also several by James Valentine and a selection of family photographs, red half morocco gilt album £1,500‑2,000

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333 Valentine, James 7 albumen prints of London buildings: Westminster Abbey; Greenwich Hospital; St Stephen’s Porch, Westminster; the Foreign Office from St James’ Park; Somerset House x 2; Horse Guards Parade; each laid‑down to mount, c.19 x 29cm; and two watermark portraits of King George and Queen Mary, created for their Silver Jubilee in 1935, each 33 x 21cm (9) £150‑200

334 Van der Weyde Miss Mabel Newton, 1884, phototype, 26 x 34.5cm, from a contemporary journal supplement, not laid‑down, framed and glazed £250‑350

335 Walsh, C.W. & G.F. Holton Views around South Persia. Bristol and London: the Vandyck Printers Ltd., [c.1920?] Oblong 8vo with 25 leaves with 50 (of 53) photographs (lacking two leaves), original paper wrappers, a few leaves loose; with 12 postcards mainly showing scenes around the Iranian oilfields (13) £300‑500



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336 Fellig, Arthur “Weegee” Face in the Crowd Holywood, 1947, silver print, 28 x 34cm, Weegee’s “Credit photo by Weegee the Famous” stamp to reverse, not laid‑down, framed and glazed £800‑1,200

337 Fellig, Arthur “Weegee” Dylan Thomas, 1950s, silver print, 24 x 30cm, framed and glazed £1,000‑1,500

338 Fellig, Arthur “Weegee” Young Love, 1950s or 1960s, silver gelatin print, 21 x 25.5cm, with stamp to reverse: “Please credit Weegee from Photo‑representatives” £800‑1,200

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Private Press & Bindings




Bindings, 25 volumes, comprising Napier, Sir W.F.P.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor & David Scott, R.S.A.

History of the War in the Peninsula. 1862. 6 volumes, contemporary half calf gilt; James, William The Naval History of Great Britain. 1860, 6 volumes, contemporary half calf; Addison, Joseph The Works. 1883. 6 volumes, contemporary calf gilt; Gilpin, William. Remarks on Forest Scenery. London: R. Blamire, 1794. second edition, 2 volumes, map and 31 sepia aquatint plates; Gilpin, W. Observations on several parts of Great Britain, particularly the High‑Lands of Scotland. 1808, Third edition, 2 volumes, 39 sepia aquatint plates and maps, 1 engraved table; Gilpin, W. Observations on the River Wye. 1800, 17 sepia aquatint plates; Gilpin W. Observations on several parts of England, particularly the Mountains and Lakes of Cumberland and Westmoreland. 1808. Third edition, 2 volumes, 4 etched and 26 sepia aquatint plates, all contemporary red morocco, very worn, joints split (25)

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Edinburgh: A. Hill, 1827. Folio, 25 engraved plates on india paper by David Scott, original green cloth gilt, & Works, Scott, dampstain to head and tail of inner margin, binding dampstained and slightly warped, spine worn; Gray, John M. David Scott, R.S.A., and his Works, with a Catalogue of his Paintings, Engravings and Designs. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1884. Folio, number 10 of 100 copies on large paper, 29 plates, original buckram, t.e.g. (2) £200‑300


341 Crawhall, Joseph Crawhall’s Chap‑book of Chaplets. London: Field & Tuer., 1883. 4to, hand‑coloured woodcuts throughout, original boards, a little soiling to boards, upper joint slightly split, one leaf neatly repaired; [Idem] Olde Ffrendes wyth newe Faces. London: Field & Tuer., 1883. 4to, hand‑coloured woodcuts throughout, original boards with some wear and soiling (2) £250‑300

342 Dulac, Edmund – Robert Louis Stevenson Treasure Island. London: Ernest Benn Limited, 1927. 4to, number 1 of 50 copies signed by Dulac, 12 colour plates by Dulac, a little light foxing, slight bowing to covers £1,500‑2,500


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343 Koch, Alexander – Georg Fuchs – F.H. Newbery L’Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs Modernes A Turin 1902. Darmstadt, 1902. 4to, 4 plates, 3 in colour, original vellum gilt, small blue tick to p.27, a few pages a little edge‑worn, occasional light soiling, some soiling and rubbing to covers, gilt on spine rubbed £600‑800

344 Rackham, Arthur The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book. London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1933. 8vo, number 57 of 460 copies signed by Arthur Rackham, 8 colour plates by Rackham, original vellum gilt, some slight dust‑soiling to covers £700‑1,000

345 Rackham, Arthur Some British Ballads. London: Constable & Co. Ltd., [1919]. 4to, number 459 of 575 copies signed by Arthur Rackham, 16 colour plates by Rackham, original quarter vellum, some dust‑soiling to covers, a few light internal smudges; Kipling, Rudyard Sea and Sussex. London: Macmillan and Co. Limited, 1926. 4to, one of 500 large paper copies signed by Kipling, 24 colour plates by Donald Maxwell, original quarter vellum, contemporary ownership stamp to front free‑endpaper (2) £300‑500

346 Rackham, Arthur – Clement C. Moore The Night Before Christmas. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, [1931]. 8vo, number 208 of 275 copies for the American market, signed by Arthur Rackham, 4 plates, original vellum gilt, some slight spotting £600‑800 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

Private Press & Bindings

347 Rackham, Arthur – Henrik Ibsen Peer Gynt. London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1936. 4to, number 81 of 460 copies signed by Arthur Rackham, original Japanese vellum gilt, 12 colour plates by Rackham, original slipcase, slipcase slightly discoloured £500‑700

348 Rackham, Arthur – Wagner, Richard The Ring of the Niblung. London: W. Heinemann, 1911. First Rackham edition, number 379 of 1150 copies signed by the artist, 30 plates by Rackham, original pictorial vellum, t.e.g., others uncut, some spotting, binding slightly soiled, lacks ties Provenance: The Library of a Country House. £400‑600

349 Rackham, Arthur – William Shakespeare A Midsummer Night’s Dream. London: W. Heinemann, 1908. 4to, number 515 of 1000 copies signed by the artist, half‑title, 40 coloured mounted plates by Arthur Rackham, original pictorial vellum gilt, t.e.g., others uncut, some spotting, no inscriptions, binding somewhat spotted and soiled, lacks ties Provenance: The Library of a Country House. £600‑800



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SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS & MEDICINE 350 Albinism – Saussure, Horace B. de A Description of the two Albinos of Europe, (One Twenty‑one, the other Twenty‑four Years of Age.) Extracted from M. Sassure’s Journey to the Alps, in the year 1785, and now published in the Encyclopædia Britannica. Glasgow: Printed by J. Mennons, [?1790], pp. 15, 8vo, newish blue paper wrappers, [ESTC T218632; 3 Glasgow editions], some spots and stains; Boerhaave, Hermann. De Usu Ratiocinii Mechanici in Medicina Oratio ... Leiden: Johann Verbessel, 1703. First edition, small 4to., woodcut printer’s device on title, disbound, one or two spots or stains, [Heirs of Hippocrates 742]; Pinel, Philippe Tratado Médico‑Filosófico de la Enangenacion del Alma, ó manía.. traducido al Castellano por el Dr. D. Luis Guarnerio y Allavena. Madrid: en la Imprenta Real, 1804. First edition in Spanish, small 8vo, 2 engraved plates and a folding table, contemporary tree sheep, red morocco label, [Garrison‑Morton 4933; COPAC: 1 copy], a little browned or foxed in places (3)

351 Bell, John Letters on the Professional Character and Manners: on the Education of a Surgeon. Edinburgh: J. Muir, 1810. First edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, rubbed, title with owner’s name deleted, spotted & small tear in inner margin £150‑200


352 Crick, Francis What Mad Pursuit. New York: Basic Books, 1988. First edition, inscribed on front endpaper “For Dave, with all good wishes, Francis, Oct. 88”, dust‑jacket spine slightly faded £500‑800




Television, a monthly magazine

Veterinary – Goodwin, Joseph

London: Television Press Ltd., March 1928. Volume 1, No. 1, 51pp., staples rusted and a few small rust marks to covers

A New System of Shoeing Horses. London: Longman [&c.], 1820. First edition, 8vo, 10 engraved plates, 4pp. adverts. at beginning, half‑title, original boards, uncut, neatly rebacked, corners neatly repaired


354 Veterinary – Clark, James Observations upon the shoeing of horses: with an anatomical description of the bones in the foot of a horse. Edinburgh: A. Donaldson, 1770. First edition, small 4to., 1 folding plate, fine modern period style calf gilt, red morocco label, [ESTC T86776; not in Dingley, RVC or RCVS], a few spots to text £200‑300 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


Science, Mathematics & Medicine


356 Watson, James and Francis Crick, collection of 8 items, comprising First Day Cover Stamps “Secret of Life” 2003, stamped “Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge”, the envelope signed by Francis Crick; Huxley, Julian Memories. G. Allen & Unwin, 1970, first edition, signed “Francis Crick” on half‑title, dust‑jacket; Official Press Photo of Crick and Watson receiving Nobel Prize in 1962; Crick, Francis What Mad Pursuit. New York, Basic Books, 1988. First edition, dust‑jacket; Of Molecules and Men. University of Washington Press, 1966. First edition, dust‑jacket slightly worn, price clipped, owner’s name tippexed out on endpaper; Crick, F. Life Itself, its origin and nature. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1981, First edition, dust‑jacket; Crick, F. The Astonishing Hypothesis. Simon & Schuster, 1994, First edition, dust‑jacket; Olby, R. The Path to the Double Helix. University of Washington Press, 1974, dust‑jacket (8) £400‑600

357 Watson, James D. The Double Helix. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1968. First edition, signed by Walston to title page (unusually signed “Jim Watson”), original purple cloth, dust‑jacket neatly strengthened on verso at head of spine £600‑800


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SPORT 358 Daniel, William Barker Rural Sports. London: Longman, Hurst [&c.], 1807. 4 volumes including Supplement, large 8vo, engraved titles and 75 plates, contemporary green half morocco, spines emblematically tooled gilt, t.e.g., some light spotting; a very attractively bound set (4) £200‑300

359 Fores’s Sporting Notes and Sketches. London: Messrs. Fores, 1885‑1912. 29 volumes, 8vo, contemporary red half morocco gilt with sporting motifs to spines, a little rubbing, sold not subject to return £300‑400

360 Grimble, Augustus The Salmon Rivers of Scotland. London: Kegan Paul, 1899‑1900. First edition, 4 volumes, 4to, maps, plates, original quarter parchment, bindings a little spotted and soiled, volume 2 nicked at head of spine £300‑400 360



Highland Sport, including Grimble, Augustus

Hunting, Shooting & Fishing, c. 60 volumes, including

The Deer Forests of Scotland. London: Kegan Paul, 1896, 4to, limited to 500 copies, 8 plates, original quarter parchment, binding rubbed and soiled; Grimble, A. Highland Sport. London: Chapman & Hall, 1894. 4to, original quarter parchment, lacks plate at p. 146, binding soiled, lacks lettering piece; Grimble, A. The Salmon Rivers of Scotland. 1900, 4to, vol. 3 only, original quarter parchment, somewhat rubbed and soiled; Millais, J.G. The Wildfowler in Scotland. 1901. 4to, plates, original half vellum, slightly rubbed and soiled; Scott, Peter Morning Flight. Country Life, , 1935. First edition, 4to, number 336 of 750 copies signed by the author, original black and tan buckram, t.e.g., uncut, binding a little discoloured; Tipping, H. A. English Gardens. 1925. Folio, original buckram, binding stained and discoloured (6)

Winans, W. Deer Breeding for FineHeads. 1913. 4to, original buckram gilt, spine faded; Edwards, L. Hunting & Stalking the Deer. 1927. 4to, plates, original cloth; ”Otter” A Complete Guide to Spinning & Trolling shewing How & Where to take Pike & Jack. 1863, plates, original pictorial wrappers, rubbed; Johnson, T.B. The Shooters Companion. 1819. 8vo, plates, original boards, worn; Thomas, B. The Shooter’s Guide. 1820, 8vo, plates, original boards, uncut, worn; Jefferies, Richard The Gamekeeper at Home. 1878, original cloth; McConnochie, A.I. Deerstalking in Scotland. 1924; McConnochie, A.I. The Deer & Deer Forests of Scotland. 1923, original cloth, rubbed; ”Clericus” Facts and Fancies of Salmon Fishing, 1874, original cloth; Game Books of the Bateman‑Hanbury/Ellice family, 6 vol., c. 1901‑33, one with photographs of Glen Quoich; Colquhoun, J. The Moor and the Loch. 1841, original cloth; Fur, Feather and Fin Series 10 volumes, original cloth, one vol. with a few leaves loose; Simpson, C. Trencher & Kennel. 1927. 4to, original cloth, spine faded; Ellice, E.C. Place‑Names of Glengarry and Glenquich. 1898, presentation copy from the author, original cloth; St. John, C. Wild Sports & Natural History of the Highlands. 1909. Large paper copy, plates, original cloth, worn; Simpson, C. Leicestershire & its Hunts. 1926; Edwards, L. Huntsmen past and present. 1929; 4to, original cloth; and 33 others


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363 Kerr, John The Golf‑Book of East Lothian. Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable, 1896. First edition, 4to, number 113 of 500 copies, signed by the author, original green cloth gilt; McDowall, William Chronicles of Lincluden. Edinburgh: A. & C. Black, 1886. 4to, contemporary half morocco; Gibson, John C. Lands and Lairds of Larbert and Dunipace Parishes. Glasgow: Hugh Hopkins, 1908. 8vo, original cloth (3) £300‑400

364 Sporting Magazine London: J. Wheble & J Pittman, 1819‑1825. New Series, volumes 4‑7, 9‑10, 12‑17 & 20‑24, engraved plates, contemporary half calf, spines gilt, red morocco lettering pieces, occasional dampstaining, slightly rubbed £150‑250

365 Surtees, R.S., 7 Sporting Novels, Riviere bindings, comprising Mr Facey Romford’s Hounds. 1865, First edition, 24 hand‑coloured plates, calf gilt by Riviere, some spotting; Handley Cross. 1854, 17 hand‑coloured engraved plates; Ask Mamma. 1858, 13 hand‑coloured engraved plates; Mr Sponge’s Sporting Tour. 1853; Hillingdon Hall. 1888, 12 hand‑coloured plates; Hawbuck Grange. London: Longman &c., [c.1847], 8 etched plates by Phiz; Plain or Ringlets?. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1860. First edition, additional hand‑coloured engraved title & 12 hand‑coloured plates by Leech, all late 19th century calf gilt by Riviere, spines gilt, g.e., slight dampstain to a few outer fore‑margins (7) £150‑250


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14 books on Scotland, comprising De Johnstone, Chevalier

Balfour, J.A.

Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746. 1822. Third edition, folding plan, 2 plates, modern half calf gilt; Mackenzie, John Sab‑Obair Nam Bard Gaelach: or the Beauties of Gaelic Poetry. Glasgow, 1841. 8vo, modern quarter calf gilt; Stewart, David Sketches of the Character, Manners and Present State of the Highlanders of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1822. Second edition, 2 volumes, coloured folding map, modern green quarter calf gilt; Philip of Almerieclose, James The Grameid, an Heroic Poem. Edinburgh, 1888. 8vo, blue cloth; Forbes, Robert The Lyon in Mourning. 1895, 3 volumes, 8vo, original cloth gilt; Blaikie, W.B. Itinerary of Prince Charles Edward Stuart. 1897, folding map in pocket, original cloth gilt; Steuart, A.F. Papers relating to the Scots in Poland 1576‑1793, 1915, original cloth; Tullibardine, The Marchioness of A Military History of Perthshire 1660‑1902, [1899‑1902] 1908. 2 volumes, 4to, red calf gilt with arms on sides, g.e., spines slightly fadedTerry, C.S., editor The Albermarle Papers. New Spalding Club, 1902, 2 volumes, 4to, original cloth (14)

The Book of Arran. Glasgow: The Arran Society of Glasgow, 1910‑1914. 2 volumes (Archaeology and History & Folklore), 8vo, original brown cloth gilt, bookplates, a little wear to covers, some internal foxing (2) £100‑150

371 Barry, George The History of the Orkney Islands. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable, 1805. First edition, 4to, frontispiece, folding map, 10 plates, modern brown cloth gilt, a little fading, some slight marginal worming towards end £150‑200

372 Beattie, William


Scotland Illustrated. London: George Virtue, 1842. 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary green half morocco gilt (2)



3 volumes, including Stanley, Henry In Darkest Africa. London: Sampson Low [&c.], 1890. 2 volumes, 8vo, 38 plates, 3 folding maps (1 torn and repaired), 1 profile sketch, original pictorial cloth, dampstained at beginning of vol. 2, some spotting, worn; Wright, G.N. Ireland Illustrated. London, 1831. 4to, engraved title and 50 plates on 25 (of 40) sheets, contemporary red half calf, some spotting (3) £150‑200

368 Allen, J. Romilly

373 Boswell, James The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides, with Samuel Johnson... London: Charles Dilly, 1785. First edition, second state with the ‘preparing for press’ line appearing below the errata, portrait, contemporary calf, joints split [ESTC T53594]; [Johnson, Samuel] A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland. London: A. Strahan, 1785. ‘New edition’, 8vo, contemporary calf rebacked [ESTC T83970] (2) £150‑250

The Early Christian Monuments of Scotland. Edinburgh: printed for the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1903. 4to, original half morocco gilt, a little damp damage to pages, hinges splitting, covers faded and slightly rubbed £200‑300

369 Antiquities and Scenery of Scotland, 13 volumes Billings, Robert William The Baronial and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Scotland. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, [n.d.] 4 volumes, 4to, contemporary half morocco gilt with banded spines; Chalmers, George Caledonia: or, an Account, Historical and Topographic, of North Britain. London: T. Cadell, 1807. 3 volumes, 4to, folding map, 5 plates, 2 folding tables, contemporary calf gilt, joints splitting; Scott, Sir Walter Provincial Antiquities and Picturesque Scenery of Scotland. London: John and Arthur Archibald Cornhill, [n.d.] 4to, volume 1 only, blue half morocco gilt over red cloth; Pennant, Thomas Antiquities & Scenery of the North of Scotland... London, 1780. 4to, modern half calf; [Heron, Robert] Second edition, 8vo, folding map, single‑page maps throughout, modern quarter calf; Stoddart, John Remarks on Local Scenery & Manners in Scotland... London: William Miller, 1801. 2 volumes, 8vo, modern quarter calf; Fraser‑Mackintosh, Charles Antiquarian Notes: A series of papers regarding families and places in the Highlands. Inverness, 1865. 8vo, original cloth; sold not subject to return (13) £400‑600 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

374 [Brand, John, of Borrowstounness] A Brief Description of Orkney, Zetland, Pightland‑firth & Caithness... Edinburgh: printed by George Mosman, 1701. 8vo, contemporary calf rebacked retaining parts of or earlier spine, bookplate of J. Robertson, some light foxing [ESTC T144697] £400‑500

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375 Clan histories and genealogies, 42 volumes Smibert, Thomas The Clans of the Highlands of Scotland. Edinburgh: James Hogg, 1850. 8vo; MacDonald Historical and Genealogical Account of the Clan or Family of MacDonald... Edinburgh: Duncan Stevenson and Co., 1819. 8vo; Mackenzie, Sir George A Defence of the Antiquity of the Royal Line of Scotland. London: Richard Chiswell, 1685. 8vo; Mackenzie, Alexander History of the Clan Mackenzie. Inverness: A. & W. Mackenzie, 1879. 8vo; [Idem] History of the MacDonalds and Lords of the Isles. Inverness: A. & W. Mackenzie, 1881. 8vo, original cloth; [Idem] History of the Frasers of Lovat. Inverness: A. & W. Mackenzie, 1896. 8vo; [Idem] History of the Camerons. Inverness: A. & W. Mackenzie, 1884. 8vo; [Idem] History of the Chisholms. Inverness: A. & W. Mackenzie, 1891. 8vo; [Idem] History of the Mathesons. Stirling: Eneas Mackay, 1900. 8vo; Seneachie, A. An Historical and Genealogical Account of the Clan Maclean. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1838. 8vo, original cloth; MacLean, J.P. A History of the Clan MacLean. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., 1889. 8vo; Keltie, John S. History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Regiments. London: William Mackenzie, [n.d.] 5 volumes, 8vo, original red cloth gilt; and 26 others, covering the Maclarens, MacLeods,MacRaes, MacDonells, MacCrimmons and others, sold not subject to return (42) £400‑600

376 Corbet, C., publisher A Voyage to Shetland, the Orkneys and the Western Isles of Scotland. London: C. Corbet, 1751. 8vo, contemporary half calf rebacked with modern spine, bookplates of J. Robertson and Sir Arthur Mitchell, many leaves neatly repaired [ESTC T94722] £200‑300

377 Corbet, C., publisher A Voyage to Shetland, the Orkneys and the Western Isles of Scotland. London: C. Corbet, 1751. 8vo, contemporary half calf, ownership signature to endpaper, tear to pp.55‑56, upper cover detached [ESTC T94722] £200‑300

378 Darien – Cullen, Edward Isthmus of Darien Ship Canal. London: E. Wilson, 1853, Second edition, presentation copy from the author, folding frontispiece and 3 maps (2 folding), original red cloth gilt, 12pp. advertisements, head of half‑title cut away, lacks part of spine, hinges weak £150‑250



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379 [Madras, India] – [De Havilland, Thomas Fiott] [Descriptions and Delineations of Some of the Public and Other Edifices at and in the Vicinity of Madras... London: Parbury, Allen and Co., 1826] 4to, folding map, 15 plates (some laid‑down), contemporary red half morocco, lacking title‑page and pp.1‑2, some tears, repairs, browning and soiling Provenance: From a Scottish Country House Library £150‑200

380 Debes, Lucas Jacobson Faeroae, & Faeroa Reserata: that is a Description of the Islands & Inhabitants of Foeroe... London: William Iles, 1676. First edition in English, 12mo, folding map, folding plate in facsimile, woodcut, 19th or 20th century morocco by Grieve of Edinburgh, a little rubbing to covers £250‑350

381 Drummond, James Archaeologia Scotica. Sculptured Monuments in Iona & the West Highlands. Edinburgh: printed for the Fellows of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland, 1881. Folio, 99 lithographed plates (of 100), contemporary quarter morocco, a little rubbing to covers £100‑150


382 Dunn, Robert The Ornithologist’s Guide to the Islands of Orkney and Shetland. London: printed by Richard Taylor... and published by the Author, 1837. 12mo, frontispiece, 2 folding maps, original cloth with paper label to spine, ownership signatures to free‑endpaper, some soiling to cloth £150‑200 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

Travel & Topography


383 Edmondston, Arthur A View of the Ancient and Present State of the Zetland Islands. Edinburgh: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1809. 2 volumes, 8vo, frontispiece maps, half crushed red morocco gilt by Bayntun, a few neat marginal repairs (2) £300‑400

384 Franck, Richard Northern Memoirs, calculated for the Meridian of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1821. 8vo, one of 250 copies, calf gilt by Bayntun of Bath, g.e., spine gilt, morocco lettering pieces £150‑200

385 Gordon, Alexander Itinerarium Septentrionale: or, A Journey Thro’ Most of the Counties of Scotland and Those in the North of England. London: F. Gyles, 1727. Folio, folding map and 70 engraved plates, contemporary calf, two bookplates, a few pencil notes, some neat repairs and closed tear to folding map, joints split [ESTC N8655]; [bound with] [Idem] Additions and Corrections by way of Supplement... London, 1732. Folio (final errata leaf follows this supplement, plates LXVI‑LXIX bound into main publication) [ESTC T133110] £300‑400




Graham, Robert Cunninghame

Hibbert, Samuel

The Carved Stones of Islay. Glasgow: James Maclehose & Sons, 1895. 4to, engraved title‑page, map, 32 plates, original brown cloth, a little spotting and offsetting


A Description of the Shetland Islands. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable, 1822. 4to, frontispiece, some annotations in ink, some browning and spotting; [bound with] [Munch?] Geographiske Og Historiske Notitser Om Orknoerne Og Hetland. [N.p., n.d. but 1839]. 4to, folding map, single‑page map, lacking title‑page (part of a larger publication), some annotations in ink; contemporary half calf, joints split

Guernsey – Berry, William



The History of the Island of Guernsey. London: Longman [&c.], 1815. First edition, 4to [viii], [4], xx, 21‑348, folding aquatint frontispiece, folding map, and 28 aquatint plates, 4pp. list of subscribers, contemporary calf, spine worn with some loss at head £150‑200


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389 Highlands, a collection, including Spence, Elizabeth Letters from the North Highlands during the Summer 1816. 1817, 8vo, brown half morocco gilt; Burns, Robert Historical Dissertations on the Law and Practice of Great Britain, and particularly of Scotland, with Regard to the Poor. Paisley, 1819. 8vo, modern quarter calf gilt; Lauder, Sir Thomas D. Ac Account of the Great Floods of August 1829. First edition, presentation copy from the author to C.E.L.C. Stuart, 2 folding maps and 63 (of 65) plates (lacks plate 26/27), modern half calf gilt; Smith, C.L. Excursions through the Highlands and Isles of Scotland. 1837. 8vo, plates, contemporary calf, library stamps, rebacked; Sinclair, Catherine Scotland and the Scotch. 1840, original cloth rebacked, new endpapers; [Banks & Co., publishers] Scenery in the Western Highlands on the Route from Oban to Iona, Staffa & Glencoe. Edinburgh, [c.1840] Oblong 8vo, numerous engraved plates, original green cloth gilt; [Bruce, James] Letters on the Present Condition of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. 1847, presentation copy from the author, modern cloth; Maclean, John Historical and Traditional Sketches of Highland Families, and of the Highlands. Dingwall, 1848, 12mo, original cloth; Somers, Robert Letters from the Highlands, or the Famine of 1847. 1848, 8vo, original cloth; Conway, James Letters from the Highlands. 1859. 8vo, contemporary half calf; Grierson, Thomas Autumnal Rambles among the Scottish Mountains. Edinburgh, 1850. 8vo, original cloth; Taylor, William Fragments of the Early History of Tain. 1865, 8vo, original cloth; Gregory, Donald The History of the Western Highlands. 1881, 8vo, quarter calf; Sellar, Thomas The Sutherland Evictions of 1814. 1883, original cloth; Fergusson, R.M. Rambles in the Far North. 1884, 8vo, original cloth, new endpapers, rubbed; Blackie, J.S. The Scottish Highlanders and the Land Laws. 1885, 8vo, presentation copy from the author, original cloth; Mackeay, Kenneth Highlanders of Scotland. 4to, half calf, worn; Macpherson, Alexander Glimpses of Church and Social Life in the Highlands in Olden Times. 1893. 4to, original cloth; Campbell, J.F. Popular Tales of the West Highlands orally collected. 1890‑93. 4 volumes, 8vo, original cloth gilt; and c.62 others (including vol. 1‑10 of the Transactions of the Inverness Scientific Society and Field Club, 1880‑1925) £300‑500

390 Highlands, a collection, including [Burt, Edward] Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland. London, 1754. 2 volumes, 8vo, plan and 8 plates, contemporary calf, worn; [Mackintosh, Lachlan] Observations on Objects interesting to the Highlands of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1814, 8vo, modern boards, uncut; [Anonymous] North of England and Scotland in MDCCIV. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1818. 12mo, 1 of 100 copies printed, contemporary calf; [Forsyth, Isaac] A Manual of the Antiquities, Distinguished Buildings, and Natural Curiosities of Moray. Elgin, 1823. 12mo, folding frontispiece, original boards, rebacked with cloth; rubbed, [Botfield, Beriah] Journal of a Tour through the Highlands of Scotland during the Summer of MDCCCXXIX. Norton Hall, 1830. 12mo, engraved title, frontispiece, modern quarter calf, uncut; Shaw, Lachlan The History of the Province of Moray. 1882, 3 volumes, 8vo, original cloth; Brown, A. Memorials of Argyleshire. Greenock, 1889, 8vo, original cloth; Smith, R.H. An Aberdeenshire Village Propaganda Forty Years Ago. 1889, original cloth, repaired, worn; Bain, R. History of the Ancient Province of Ross. Dingwall, 1899; Maclean, J.P. An Historical Account of the Settlements of Scotch Highlanders in America. Cleveland, 1900, original cloth;Forsyth, W. In Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

the Shadow of Cairngorm. 1900, 4to, original cloth; Donaldson, M.E.M. Wanderings in the Western Highlands and Islands. 1923, original cloth; Further Wanderings‑ Mainly in Argyll. [c.1926], original cloth; Skene, W.F. The Highlanders of Scotland. 1902, original cloth; Campbell, W. The Scotsman in Canada. [c. 1911], 2 vol., dustwrappers; and c.60 20th century books on the Highlands (quantity) £400‑600

391 Highlands, a quantity, including Grant, Anne Essays on the Superstitions of the Highlanders of Scotland. 1811. 2 volumes, 12mo, modern quarter calf gilt; Sinclair, Sir John General View of the Agriculture of the Northern Counties and Islands of Scotland. 1795. 4to, 2 coloured folding maps, 1 folding plate, modern quarter calf; Anderson, John Prize Essay on the State of Society and Knowledge in the Highlands of Scotland. 1827. 8vo, contemporary cloth, worn; Bede, Cuthbert Clencreggan. 1861, 2 volumes, 8vo Profeit, R.A. Under Lochnagar. Aberdeen, 1894. 4to, original black morocco, rebacked retaining part of original spine; Murray, J.G. The Royal Dee. 1898, 4to, presentation copy to Robert Ford from the author; Maclagan, R.C. The Games & Diversions of Argyleshire. Folk Lore Society, 1901, 8vo; Bede, C. Argyll’s Highlands. 1902, 4to; Anderson, Robert Deeside, Painted by William Smith Junr. 1911. 4to; Stirton, John Crathie and Braemar. Aberdeen, 1925, 4to, with 2 letters to the author bound in, original quarter morocco; [Clan Campbell] An Account of the Depredations committed on the Clan Campbell. Edinburgh, 1816. 4to, contemporary half calf, spotting, joints rubbed; M’Neill, John Report to the Board of Supervision... on the Western Highlands and Islands. 1851, folio, contemporary calf, rebacked; Campbell, Duncan Reminiscences and Reflections of an Octogenarian Highlander. Inverness, 1910. 4to, original calf, rebacked; Mackay, G.G. On the Management of Landed Property in the Highlands of Scotland. 1858, 8vo, original cloth; Watson, J. & W. Morayshire Described. Elgin, 1848, 8vo, folding map, original cloth, hinges repaired; Mackay, W. Urquhart and Glenmoriston. Inverness, 1893, 8vo, original cloth, rubbed, owner’s name on title; Gunn, Adam, editor Sutherland and the Reay Country. 1897, 8vo, original cloth; Beaton, A.J. The Social and Economic Condition of the Highlands of Scotland. Stirling, 1906; Mackay, Angus The History of the Province of Cat. Wick, 1914. 4to, original cloth, annotation to title; MacDonald, A. Story and Song from Loch Ness‑Side. 1914, 8vo, original cloth; McKay, John G. More West Highland Tales. 1940‑60. Volumes 1‑2, dustwrappers; and others, 19th and 20th century (quantity) £300‑500

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Iceland – 2 works, comprising Troil, Uno von

India – Lord Curzon

Letters on Iceland. London, 1780. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece bound at p.257, folding map, contemporary calf, worn, joints split; Du Chaillu, P.B. The Land of the Midnight Sun. 1899. 8vo, folding map, illustrations, contemporary green calf gilt, red morocco lettering piece, slightly spotted (2)

Summary of the Work of the Legislative Department during the Viceroyalty of Lord Curzon of Keddleston. Calcutta: Office of Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1905. Small folio, original red cloth, hinges a little split, some rubbing and wear to spine, marking to front free‑endpaper



393 Iceland and the Faroe Islands, 12 volumes including Mackenzie, George Stewart Travels in Iceland. Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers, 1842. 8vo, modern brown quarter calf gilt; Howell, Frederick W. W. Icelandic Pictures. London: The Religious Tract Society, 1893. 4to, original brown pictorial cloth; Trollope, Anthony How the “Mastiffs” went to Iceland. London: Virtue & Co., Limited, 1878. 4to, original blue cloth gilt; [Hillard, J.B.] The “Mohicans” in Iceland. Glasgow: Maclure, Macdonald & Co., [1886] 4to, 11 plates, including 9 photogravures, original embossed calf; Symington, Andrew James Pen and Pencil Sketches of Faroe and Iceland. London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1862. 8vo, original green cloth gilt; Smith, R. Angus To Iceland in a Yacht. Edinburgh: privately printed by Edmonston & Douglas, May 1873. 8vo, original green cloth gilt; and 6 others, sold not subject to return (12) £300‑400

395 Jameson, Robert An Outline of the Mineralogy of the Shetland Islands, and the Island of Arran. Edinburgh: William Creech, 1798. First edition, 8vo, folding map, single‑page map, plate, modern quarter calf, a little darkening and offsetting £250‑300



[Knox, John]

Laing, John

A View of the British Empire, more especially Scotland... London: J. Walter, 1784. 8vo [ESTC T50762]; [bound with] [Idem] A Tour through the Highlands of Scotland and the Hebride Isles in MDCCLXXXVI. London: J. Walter, 1787. 8vo [ESTC T92815]; contemporary calf, neatly rebacked

An Account of a Voyage to Spitzbergen... London: J. Mawman (and David Brown, Edinburgh), 1815. 8vo, modern calf, a little browning throughout




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398 Loch, James An Account of the Improvements on the Estates of the Marquess of Stafford. London: Longman [&c.], 1820. First edition, 8vo, folding map hand‑coloured in outline and 39 engraved plates and plans (3 hand‑coloured and folding), contemporary calf, spine gilt, slight offsetting £150‑200

399 Loder, John de Vere Colonsay and Oronsay in the Isles of Argyll... Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1935. 8vo, original blue cloth gilt, dust‑jacket a little torn and dust‑soiled; Grieve, Symington The Book of Colonsay and Oronsay. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1923. 2 volumes, 8vo, original green cloth gilt (3) £150‑200


400 Low, George Fauna Orcadensis: or, the Natural History of the Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, and Fishes, of Orkney and Shetland. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Company, 1813. 4to, modern half calf over contemporary boards £200‑300




Low, George

MacAulay, Kenneth

Fauna Orcadensis: or, the Natural History of the Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, and Fishes, of Orkney and Shetland. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Company, 1813. 4to, half‑title, inserted advertisement pamphlet, modern half calf, neat repair to one leaf

The History of St Kilda. London: T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt, 1764. 8vo, folding map, lacking half‑title, contemporary calf, early ownership signature to paste‑down endpaper [ESTC T90614]

£200‑300 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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403 Macculloch, John The Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland… London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1824. 4 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf rebacked with later spines (4) £200‑300

404 Macleod, Norman Mountain Loch and Glen illustrating “Our Life in the Highlands”. London: Bell & Daldy, 1869. First edition, large folio, 16 mounted photographic plates, original green morocco‑backed inlaid wood with rampant lion shield on upper cover, first plate loose, with marginal tear and slight corner loss, head of spine rubbed £150‑200


405 Martin, Martin A Late Voyage to St. Kilda. London: D. Brown and T. Goodwin, 1698. First edition, 8vo, half‑title, folding map, folding plate, modern quarter calf, paper flaw to pp.147‑8 with no loss to text, advertisement leaf misbound but present [ESTC R12939] £400‑600



McClintock, Francis Leopold

Mudie, Alexander

The Voyage of the ‘Fox’ in the Arctic Seas. A Narrative of the Discovery of the Fate of Sir John Franklin. London: John Murray, 1859. First edition, 8vo, frontispiece, 2 folding maps, 13 plates, additional tipped‑in copy of telegram from Franklin, original blue cloth gilt, bookplate; Kane, Elisha Kent The Far North... Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo, [n.d.] 8vo, 19th century calf; Wright, Noel Quest for Franklin. Heinemann: London, 1959. 8vo; Parry, Ann Parry of the Arctic. London: Chatto & Windus, 1963. 8vo (4) £150‑200

407 McNicol, Donald Remarks on Dr. Samuel Johnson’s Journey to the Hebrides. London: T. Cadell, 1779. First edition, 8vo, half‑title, contemporary half calf, bookplate of Lord Eliock, neatly rebacked £150‑250

408 Moray – [Leslie, William] An Account of the Antiquities, Modern Buildings and Natural Curiosities in the Province of Moray. Edinburgh: J. Forsyth, 1813. 12mo, folding frontispiece, folding map, original boards, small tear at folds of map, some spotting, neatly rebacked £150‑200

Scotiae Indiculum or the Present State of Scotland. London: J. Wilkins, 1682. 12mo, [24 (including frontispiece)], 274, [2],engraved frontispiece repaired at lower margin, modern calf, raised bands £150‑200

410 Neill, Patrick A Tour through some of the Islands of Orkney and Shetland... Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1806. 8vo, trace of ownership to title page upper margin, new endpaper, worn upper cover detached, 19th century half calf; Eunson, George The Ancient and Present State of Orkney... Newcastle‑upon‑Tyne: printed for the Author, 1788. 12mo, ownership inscription to endpaper, spine lightly rubbed, dampstaining on margins, brown morocco‑backed marbled boards [ESTC: T90136] (2) £250‑350

411 Newte, Thomas A Tour in England and Scotland in 1785. First edition, 8vo, 6 engraved plates, modern calf‑backed marbled boards £150‑200


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412 Orkney & Shetland, a collection of 72 books


A Letter respecting Shetland, to the Honourable The Highland Society of Scotland. Edinburgh: J. Ritchie, 1803. 8vo, modern boards; Peterkin, Alexander Notes on Orkney and Zetland. Edinburgh: Macredie, Skelly, and Company, 1822. Volume 1 (all published), 8vo, contemporary half calf; [Idem] Rentals of the Ancient Earldom and Bishoprick of Orkney. Edinburgh, 1820. 8vo, contemporary brown half morocco gilt, neatly rebacked; Gifford, Thomas An Historical Description of the Zetland Islands. London: J. Nicholson, 1786. 4to, folding map, modern brown half morocco gilt; The General Grievances and Oppression of the Isles of Orknay and Shetland... Edinburgh, 1750. 8vo, modern half morocco; Neill, Patrick A Tour through some of the Islands of Orkney and Shetland. Edinburgh: A. Constable and Company, 1806. 8vo, original boards, bookplate of Mary Elizabeth Edmondston; ”Thulensis” A Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Althorp... London: printed by Richard Taylor, 1832. 8vo, without covers; Weld, Charles Richard Two Months in the Highlands, Orcadia, and Skye. London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1860. 8vo, lithographed plates, modern red quarter morocco; Traill, Walter Vindication of Orkney. Edinburgh: printed for the Author by P. Neill, 1823. 8vo, later half‑calf; Dunn, Robert The Ornithologist’s Guide to the Islands of Orkney and Shetland. London, 1837. 8vo, contemporary red half‑calf; Barry History of the Orkney Islands. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1808. 4to, folding map, contemporary calf rebacked; and 61 others, sold not subject to return (72) £600‑900

413 Oxfordshire – Skelton, Joseph – Large Paper Subscriber’s Copy Skelton’s Engraved Illustrations of the Principal Antiquities of Oxfordshire, from Original Drawings by F. Mackenzie. Oxford, 1823. Large 4to, large paper Subscriber’s copy (“Subscription copy” at head of frontispiece), engraved frontispiece, title‑page,. map and 48 plates on India Paper, engraved illustrations on the letterpress, list of subscribers, contemporary dark blue morocco panelled morocco gilt, g.e., a little light spotting, slightly rubbed £200‑250

414 Picturesque Tours in Scotland Barnard, Frank Picturesque Life in Shetland. Edinburgh: George Waterston & Sons, 1890. Oblong folio, number 47 of 300 copies, quarter calf over original boards, some rubbing; Roger, J.C. Journal of a Summer Tour in the Perthshire and Inverness‑shire Highlands. London, 1898. 8vo, original cloth; [Anon.] A Sketch of a Tour in the Highlands of Scotland... London: Baldwin, Craddock, and Joy, 1819. 8vo, contemporary half calf; Townshend, Chauncy Hare A Descriptive Tour in Scotland. London: Chapman and Hall, 1846. 8vo, modern half morocco; another copy in modern half calf; Campbell, Alexander A Journey from Edinburgh through parts of North Britain. London: John Stockdale, 1811. 2 volumes, 4to, contemporary blue half calf; and 2 others, sold not subject to return (9) £150‑250 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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415 Roberts, David Sketches of the Holy‑Land, part XVI and XVII. [London, 1842] Folio, 13 hand‑coloured lithographs only, each mounted, 44 x 62cm including mounts, original brown cloth gilt, spine lacking £1,200‑1,500

416 Sacheverell, William An Account of the Isle of Man. London: J. Hartley, 1702. 8vo, contemporary panelled calf, rubbed [ESTC T147197] £300‑400



Scotland, a collection, including Beattie, William

Scotland, tourist guides

Scotland Illustrated in a Series of Views. 1838. 2 volumes, 4to., engraved titles and plates, maroon morocco, lacks the map, worn, one hinge broken; Simpson, J.Y. On an Old Stone‑Roofed Cell or Oratory in the Island of Inchcolm., extract from Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, p.449‑494, with Mss. additions by Dr. Petrie., 4to, original cloth, morocco label, spine worn; Innes, Thomas A Critical Essay on the Ancient Inhabitants of the Northern Parts of Britain, or Scotland. 1729. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf; Epistolae Jacobi Quarti, Jacobi Quinti et Mariae Regum Scotorum. Edinburgh, 1722, 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf; Graham, James, Marquis of Montrose Memoirs. Edinburgh, 1756, 8vo, contemporary calf, worn; Lindsay, Robert The History of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1778. 8vo, contemporary calf, worn; Henderson, A. The Life of John Earl of Stair. London, [c.1746], 12mo, contemporary calf, stained, worn, crudely repaired; Fletcher, Andrew Political Works. Glasgow: R. Urie, 1749. 12mo, head of title torn away, contemporary calf, worn; Crawfurd, David Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1767. 12mo, contemporary calf, worn; Scott, Walter Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft. 1836, Second edition, 12mo, engraved frontispiece, contemporary calf, worn; and others on Scotland; sold not subject to return

Keddie, William Highland Route No. v – Oban to the Isle of Skye. Glasgow, [n.d.] 8vo, 19th century half calf; [bound with no. ii and no. iv from the same series]; Johnson, James The Recess or Autumnal Relaxation in the Highlands and Lowlands. London: Longman, Rees..., 1834. 8vo, contemporary half‑calf, rebacked; Thomson, John, and others, publishers An Account of the Pleasure Tours in Scotland. Edinburgh, 1827. Fourth edition, 12mo, contemporary red morocco; [Idem] The Traveller’s Guide to Scotland. Edinburgh, 1824. 12mo, 2 volumes bound together in red morocco; Black, Adam and Charles, publishers Black’s Picturesque Tourist of Scotland. Edinburgh, 1882. 12mo, original green cloth gilt; and 13 others, sold not subject to return (19)




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419 Scottish Clans The History of the Feuds and Conflicts among the Clans in the Northern Parts of Scotland and in the Western Isles. Glasgow: R. & A. Foulis, 1764. First edition, 12mo, [iv, 147]; 19th century blue morocco gilt by Orocco & Son, g.e., [Gaskell, 430; ESTC T83141] £150‑200

420 Scottish History and Topography, a quantity, including, Bigelow, Andrew Leaves from a Journal. Edinburgh, 1824, 8vo, original boards, rebacked, some soiling; House of Commons Reports upon the Boundaries of the Several Cities, Burghs and Towns in Scotland. 1832, Folio, numerous folding engraved town plans, with some hand‑colouring, modern quarter morocco;Forrest, William H. Report, Chemical and Medical, of the Airthrey Mineral Springs. Stirling, 1831. 12mo, frontispiece, modern quarter calf, frontispiece trimmed; Buchanan, Robert THe Land of Lorne. 1871, 2 volumes, 8vo, original cloth; Smith, R.A. Loch Etie and the Sons of Uisnach. 1885, original cloth; Bain, George History of Nairnshire. Nairn, 1893, 8vo, modern quarter calf; Drummond, W. Loyal Lochaber. 1898, 4to, original quarter morocco; House of Commons Correspondence from July 1846 to February 1847 relating to the Measures adopted for the Relief of the Distress in Scotland. 1847, folio, contemporary half calf, joints splitting; Fraser‑Mackintosh, C. The Minor Septs of Clan Chattan. Glasgow, 1898, 4to, coloured plates, original cloth, t.e.g.; and a quantity of Scottish history, archaeology and topography £300‑400

421 Scottish History, Topography, & Trading Standards, 17 volumes, including Swinton, John A Proposal for Uniformity of Weights and Measures in Scotland. Edinburgh: C. Elliot, 1789. First edition, 8vo, original boards uncut, half‑title, [Kress C238], spine worn; Monypenny, David Remarks on the Poor Laws. Edinburgh: T. Clark, 1834. First edition, 8vo, original quarter cloth, paper label on spine; [Weights & Measures] An Abstract of the Act 5, George IV. Cap. 74... for ascertaining and establishing Uniformity of Weights & Measures. Edinburgh: Waugh & Innes, 1827. 8vo, original quarter cloth; [Pamphlet] Tables of Weights and Measures drawn up in Conformity with the Act of Parliament. Edinburgh: Fraser & Co., 1835. 12mo, mauve wrappers; Pennant, Thomas A Tour in Scotland, MDCCLXIX. London: B. White, 1776. 4to, engraved title & 42 plates (including 2 plates from the following work misbound); A Tour in Scotland, and Voyage to the Hebrides, MDCCLXXII. London: B. White, 1776. Second edition, 2 volumes, 4to, engraved titles & 89 (of 91 plates, the 2 missing plates misbound into the 1769 Tour), uniform contemporary tree calf, worn, joints split, hinges weak; Lamont of Newton, John The Chronicle of Fife, being the Diary of John Lamont. Edinburgh, 1810. 4to, 1 engraved facsimile plate, contemporary calf, joints split, hinges repaired; Cust, L. Notes on the Authentic Portraits of Mary Queen of Scots. 1903. 4to, original parchment gilt, t.e.g., uncut, binding somewhat discoloured; Tytler, Patrick F. History of Scotland. Edinburgh: W. Tait, 1841. 9 volumes, 8vo, contemporary half calf, morocco labels, (17) £200‑300 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

422 Scottish Islands, 93 volumes, including Buchan, Alexander A Description of Saint Kilda. [Edinburgh?,] 1773. 8vo, 70pp. only (ESTC T90620 suggests 159pp.) contemporary calf, bookplate; MacDonald, James General View of the Agriculture of the Hebrides. Edinburgh: Richard Phillips, 1811. 8vo; Jameson, John An Historical Account of the Ancient Culdees of Iona. Edinburgh: John Ballantyne and Company, 1811. 4to, modern cloth spine over original boards; [Keddie, W.] Staffa & Iona. Edinburgh: Blackie & Son, [n.d.] 12mo; Walker, John An Economical History of the Hebrides. London: Longman, Hurst..., 1812. 2 volumes, 8vo; Nicholson, Alexander Report on the State of Education in the Hebrides. Edinburgh: printed by Thomas Constable, 1866. 8vo; Bishop of Argyll and the Isles The Cathedral, or Abbey Church of Iona. London: Day and Son Limited, 1866. Small 4to, original pictorial boards; Graham, H.D. Antiquities of Iona. London: Day & Son, 1850. Small 4to; Gordon, Seton The Charm of Skye... London: Cassell and Company Ltd., 1929. 8vo; Smith, Alexander A Summer in Skye. London: Alexander Strahan, 1865. 2 volumes, 8vo; Martin, Martin A Description of the Western Isles. Glasgow: Thomas D. Morison, 1884. 8vo; and 80 others, sold not subject to return (93) £500‑800

423 Scottish tours, 6 volumes, comprising Skrine, Henry Three Successive Tours in the North of England, and Great Part of Scotland. London: P. Elmsly, 1795. 4to, hand‑coloured map, contemporary half calf; Pennant, Thomas A Tour in Scotland. Warrington: W. Eyres/Benjamin White, 1874‑6. 2 volumes, third edition, 8vo; [Idem] A Tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides... Chester: printed by John Monk, 1774. 8vo; uniformly bound in contemporary calf gilt, bookplates of E. Walcott, joints split, some wear to covers; Heron, Robert Observations made in a Journey through the Western Counties of Scotland. Perth: W. Morison, 1799. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary calf, rebacked with later spines (6) £200‑300

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Scottish travel, topography, history and literature, c.245 volumes, including

Shetland and Orkney Islands, 17 volumes, comprising Kemp, John

Denholm, James The History of the City of Glasgow and Suburbs. Glasgow: A. MacGoun, 1804. 8vo; An Account of the Improvements on the Estate of Sutherland... London, 1815. 8vo; [Haldane, Patrick] The Case of the Forfeited Estates in Scotland. London: James McEuen, 1718. 8vo; Grant, Anne Poems on Various Subjects. Edinburgh: Longman and Rees, 1803. 8vo; Ross, Donald The Massacre of the Rosses... Inverness: A. & W. Mackenzie, 1886. 8vo; Malcolm, George Local Migration of Crofters, is it Feasible of Desirable? Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1894. 8vo; Anderson, Joseph Scotland in Pagan Times, the Bronze and Stone Ages. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1886. 8vo; [Idem] Scotland in Pagan Times, the Iron Age. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1883. 8vo; Characteristics of Old Church Architecture &c. in the Mainland & Western Islands of Scotland. Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1861. 4to; and a large collection of others, sold not subject to return (quantity)

Observations on the Islands of Shetland, and their Inhabitants. Edinburgh: C. Stewart, 1801, 8vo, fore‑margin renewed, bound with An Account of the Present State and Capabilities of Improvement of the Herring and White Fisheries in the Shetland Islands. 1834, 2 items in one volume, 8vo, modern buckram gilt, rebacked; Reid, John T. Art Rambles in Shetland. 1869. 4to, original cloth, slightly rubbed; Low, G. A Tour through the Islands of Orkney and Schetland. 1879, 8vo; Tudor, J.R. The Orkneys and Shetland. 1883, 8vo, original cloth, rubbed; Jakobsen, Jakob The Dialect and Place Names of Shetland. Lerwick, 1897, 4to; Cochrane, R. Report of an Excursion to the Western Islands of Scotland, Orkney and Caithness. Dublin, 1900, large 8vo; Hibbert, Samuel A Description of the Shetland Islands. Lerwick, 1931, 4to; Royal Commission on the Ancient Monuments of Scotland Orkney and Shetland. 1946, 3 volumes, 4to; Atkinson, G.C. Journal of an Expedition to the Feroe and Westman Islands and Iceland 1833. 1989, 4to, 699 of 875 copies, quarter green morocco, slipcase; and 6 modern books





Selkirk, Earl of – Three volumes comprising

Stafford, Lady [Elizabeth Levison Gower]

Observations on the Present State of the Highlands of Scotland. London: Longman &c., 1805. First edition, 8vo, half‑title, modern calf‑backed cloth; Selkirk, Earl of Observations on the Present State of the Highlands of Scotland. Edinburgh: A. Constable [&c.], 1806. Second edition, 8vo, contemporary calf, rubbed; Brown, Robert Strictures and Remarks on the Earl of Selkirk’s Observations. Edinburgh: J. Fairbairn, 1806. 8vo, modern calf‑backed boards, title rather dust‑soiled (3)

Views in Orkney and on the North‑Eastern Coast of Scotland. [London:] 1807. Folio, 28 plates, foxing to half‑title and title page, modern brown half morocco, bookplates and laid‑in compliments slip from the Marchioness of Stafford to The Right Honourable Speaker


Stuart, John Sobieski Stolberg & Charles Edward Stuart

426 Shaw, Lachlan The History of the Province of Moray... Elgin: J. Grant, 1827. 4to, folding map (some tears and repairs) hand‑coloured in outline, 14 hand‑coloured plates, contemporary calf, rebacked, some tears and repairs to map, early gift inscription and small section cut from title‑page; and a copy of the first edition, 1775, in contemporary morocco gilt (2) £250‑350

427 [Shaw, Stebbing] A Tour in 1787, from London to the Western Highlands of Scotland. Including Excursions to the Lakes of Westmorland and Cumberland. London: L. Davis [&c.], [1788], 8vo, [2],ix,[1],303,[1]p., modern quarter calf, [ESTC T106641] a later folding hand‑coloured map of South Britain by John Cary bound in, fore margin of title slightly frayed £150‑200


430 The Costume of the Clans. Edinburgh: John Grant, 1892. Folio, out‑of‑series copy, frontispiece, 35 plates, many hand‑coloured, lacking coloured additional title‑page, original red quarter morocco, hinges splitting in places, covers soiled; Another copy Out‑of‑series copy, additional title, hand‑coloured frontispiece, all other plates uncoloured (2) £150‑250

431 The Hebrides, 5 volumes, comprising Martin, Martin A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland. London: A. Bell..., 1716. Second edition, 8vo, contemporary panelled calf, rebacked with modern spine; Anderson, James An Account of the Present State of the Hebrides... Dublin: White, Byrne..., 1786. 8vo, folding map, contemporary calf gilt, hinges split; Necker de Saussure, L.A. A Voyage to the Hebrides... London: Sir Richard Phillips & Co., 1822. 8vo, modern cloth; Monro, Sir Donald Description of the Western Isles of Scotland... Glasgow: Thomas D. Morison, 1884. 8vo, one of 250 copies, contemporary cloth, bookplates and ownership signatures; Buchan, Alex. A Description of Saint Kilda. Glasgow: John Wylie & Co., 1818. 12mo, later half cloth; sold not subject to return (5) £150‑250


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Thomas, F.W.L.

Tours in Scotland, 7 volumes comprising Hall, James

Account of some of the Celtic Antiquities of Orkney. London: J.B. Nichols and Son, 1851. 4to, John Davie Manson Robertson bookplate,ownership signature to title‑page, occasional marking in pencil, folding map, 5 uncoloured plates, new endpapers, modern quarter morocco backed cloth

Travels in Scotland, by an Unusual Route: with a Trip to the Orkneys and Hebrides. [London:] J. Johnson, 1807. 2 volumes, 8vo, 2 frontispieces, folding map, 24 plates, contemporary calf, bookplates of J.A. Harvie‑Brown, volume 2 lacking pp.553‑4, joints worn; Murray, Mrs A Companion and Useful Guide to the Beauties of Scotland, and the Hebrides... London: W. Bulmer and Co., 1810. 2 volumes, 8vo, lacking half‑title?, later half calf gilt; [Sutherland, Alexander] A Summer Ramble in the North Highlands. Edinburgh: William Hunter, 1825. 8vo, modern green half calf; [Mudie, Robert] A Historical Account of His Majesty’s Visit to Scotland. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1822. 8vo, contemporary half calf, upper cover detached; Dupin, Charles Two Excursions to the Ports of England, Scotland, and Ireland... London: Sir Richard Phillips, 1819. 8vo, folding map, plate, later boards (7)


433 Tours in Scotland, 30 volumes, including St. John, Charles A Tour in Sutherlandshire. London: John Murray, 1849. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary red half‑morocco gilt; Wilson, James A Voyage round the Coasts of Scotland and the Isles. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1842. 8vo, original cloth gilt rebacked, bookplate of J.A. Harvie‑Brown; [Macky, John] A Journey through Scotland. London: J. Pemberton, 1732. Second edition, 8vo, contemporary calf rebacked; Grant, J.P. Memoir and Correspondence of Mrs. Grant of Laggan. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1844. 3 volumes, 8vo, original cloth, bookplates; McNayr, James A Guide from Glasgow... Glasgow, 1797. 8vo, contemporary half calf, joints split; Murray A Companion and Useful Guide to the Beauties of Scotland, to the Lakes of Westmoreland, Cumberland, and Lancashire. London: George Nicol, 1799. 8vo, contemporary quarter calf with vellum corners; An Account of the Principal Pleasure Tours in Scotland... Edinburgh: John Thomson & Co., 1821. 8vo, contemporary half‑calf rebacked; Trench, Francis Scotland, its Faith and its Features... London: Richard Bentley, 1846. 2 volumes, 8vo, contemporary green half‑calf gilt; Letters from the Mountains... London: Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme, 1807. 3 volumes, 12mo, contemporary half‑calf; and 15 later works (30) £300‑400


435 Walker, John An Economical history of the Hebrides and Highlands of Scotland. Edinburgh: University Press, 1808. 2 volumes, 8vo, original boards with modern spines, title‑page and A1 in volume 2 in facsimile; The Destitution Committee of the Free Church Destitution in the Highlands and Islands. Glasgow: W.G. Blackie & Co., 1847. 8vo, modern boards; Mackenzie, Sir George Steuart Travels in the Island of Iceland, during the summer of the year 1810. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Company, 1811. First edition, 4to, 16 plates (including 8 hand‑coloured plates laid‑down), a folding map and 4 folding tables, inscribed with the publisher’s compliments, modern quarter calf, some foxing and browning, occasional minor dampstaining, ownership signature to title‑page (4) £250‑350

436 Wallace, James A Description of the Isles of Orkney... Edinburgh: John Reid, 1693. First edition, 8vo, map, 2 folding plates, 18th century morocco, some rubbing to covers, joints splitting, stamp reading ‘reference library’ to endpaper [ESTC R217131] £400‑500

437 Wallace, James An Account of the Islands of Orkney. London: Jacob Tonson, 1700. 8vo, folding map, folding plate, contemporary calf rebacked, bookplate, small stamp on loose flyleaf reading ‘Bibliotheca Heberiana’ [ESTC R34706] £200‑300


END OF SALE Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2

Index A Aberdein, J., 118 Adams, F., 249 Adams, R., 109 Adamson, R., 307-314 Aldin, C., 51, 200 Allen, J.R., 368 Andersen, H.C., 46 Anderson, J., 431 Annan, T., 286-289 Annan, T. & R., 285 Armstrong, M.J., 16 Armstrong, R.A., 138 Arndt, J., 256 Arrowsmith, A., 36 Ascham, R., 110 Audet y Puig, A., 2 Austen, J., 111 Aveling, E., 226

Bree, C.R., 224 Brewster, D., 113 British Museum, 114 Brock, J.M., 250 Brockway, T., 75 Brown, G.M., 115-118 Browne, J., 87 Bruce, G., 291 Buchan, A., 422, 431 Buchanan, J.J., 80 Buchanan, W., 80 Buck, N., 20 Buck, S., 20 Buckham, A.G., 292 Burns, R., 120 Burt, E., 390 Butler, A.G., 191 Butler, S., 226 Bérand & Cie, 7



Baker, E.C.S., 219 Baker, G., 152 Bale, J., 257 Balfour, J., 258 Balfour, J.A., 370 Ballincall, W., 41 Barnard, F., 414 Barrie, J.M., 47, 48 Barry, G, 371 Baschieri, A., 231 Baxter, W., 220, 221 Beasant, P., 118 Beattie, W., 372, 417 Bedel, W., 278 Beebe, C.W., 222 Beeton, I., 189 Bell, J., 351 Bell, J.M., 199 Berkeley, J., 151 Berry, W., 387 Bethune, J., 259 Beveridge, E., 327 Bigelow, A., 420 Billings, R.W., 369 Binning, H., 263 Blackburne, E.L., 3 Blackwood, W., 159 Blaeu, W., 18 Boerhaave, H., 350 Bonne, R., 19 Boriani, A., 173 Boswell, J., 373 Bowie, W., 198 Boyd, I.L., 243 Boyd, J.M., 243 Braithwaite, R., 233 Brand, J., 374 Brandon, R., 1

Calvin, J., 60 Cameron, J.M., 293-295 Campbell, A, 414 Campbell, A., 201 Campbell, D., 159 Candide, P., 49 Candolle, A.P., 247 Cannon, R., 95 Carmichael, A., 201 Carmichael, E., 159 Carr, L., 251 Carroll, L., 54 Caumery, 50 Chalmers, G., 369 Chartrouse, G.M.J.M.L. de, 216 Chesterton, G.K., 152 Churchill, W.S., 122 Cicero, M.T., 61 Clark, H., 192 Clark, J., 21, 354 Cochlaeus, J., 277 Coleridge, S.T., 340 Corbet, C., 376, 377 Corelli, A., 190 Cornu, P., 4 Crane, W., 51 Crawhall, J., 341 Crichton Smith, I., 123 Crick, F., 352, 356 Cullen, E., 378 Curtis, E.S., 298 Cust, L., 421

D Dallaway, J., 192 Dalyell, J.G., 201 Daniel, W.B., 358 Darton, W., 53

Darwin, C., 225, 226 Davidson, H., 78 De Havilland, T.F., 379 De Johnstone, 366 De l’Isle, G., 22 De L’Isle, G., 29 De la Mare, W., 152 Debes, L.J., 380 Defoe, D., 151, 266, 267 Delille, J., 65 Denton, F.J., 300 Dickens, C., 124-129, 196 Dostoyevsky, F., 130 Downey, E., 181 Drummond de Melfort, G., 83 Drummond, J., 381 Du Chaillu, P.B., 392 Dulac, E., 342 Dundee Improvement Committee, 301 Dundee, J.G., 79 Dunlop, A.M., 41 Dunlop, W.B., 305 Dunn, R., 382 Dupin, C., 434 Durham, J., 269 Dutens, L., 131

E Eck, J. von, 62 Edmondston, A., 383 Ellice, C., 176 Elyot, T., 84 Eyre-Todd, G., 191

F Fea, J., 85 Felibien, A., 6 Fenton, R., 303, 304 Fitzgibbon, C., 165 Fleming, I., 132-137, 148 Fletcher, A., 86 Fores, 359 Franck, R., 384 Fraser, S., 201 Fraser-Mackintosh, C., 369 Fuchs, L., 230

G Garnett, T., 41 Gaskin, A.J., 46 Gauden, J., 76 Gautier, L., 190 Gazzadi, D., 231 Gibbs, J., 5 Gibson, W., 152 Giovio, P., 66 Godding, D., 118 Golding, W., 139

Goodwin, J., 355 Gordon, A., 385 Gorey, E., 50 Gosse, P.H., 205 Gould, J., 229 Graham, R.C., 386 Grant, A., 391 Grant, J.P., 433 Graves, R., 140 Gray, A., 141 Greene, G., 142 Gregory, J., 271 Grieve, S., 399 Grimble, A., 360, 361 Guilmard, D., 7

H Hall, J, 434 Hallewelle, 252 Harris, W., 82 Harrison-Ainsworth, W., 143 Hayes, W., 204 Heger, F.J., 63 Hemingway, E., 148 Henderson, A., 272 Heron, R., 369, 423 Hibbert, S., 388 Highmore, A., 94 Hill, A.W., 306 Hill, D.O., 307-314 Hillard, J.B., 393 Hogarth, W., 196 Hogg, J., 144, 180 Holton, G.F., 335 Homann, J.B., 23-25 Hondius, J., 26 Hooker, R., 274 Howard, B.C., 174 Howell, F.W., 393 Hughes, M., 275 Hulme, F.E., 242 Huxley, T.H., 226

I Ibsen, H., 347

J Jameson, J., 422 Jameson, R., 395 Jardine, W., 206 Jebb, S., 112 Johnson, J., 418 Johnson, S., 145, 373 Johnston, A., 67 Johnstone, Chevalier de, 90 Jones, O., 8 Jones, S.R.F., 253


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K Kane, E.K., 406 Kay, J., 193 Keddie, W., 418 Kemp, J., 428 Kendrew, J., 44 Kent, S., 192 Kerr, J., 363 Kipling, R., 345 Kitchin, T., 27 Klimt, G., 10 Knight, C., 191 Knip, A.P.J., 207 Knox, J., 396 Koch, A., 343

L Laing, J., 397 Latimer, H., 276 Lauder, H., 182 Law, R., 91 Lawrence, D.H., 152 Leigh, C., 232 Leighton, J.M., 41 Lemere, B.H., 318 Leslie, C., 79 Leslie, W., 408 Lesson, R.P., 208 Levaillant, F., 209 Levison Gower, E., 429 Lewis, C.D., 152 Lewis, S., 28 Lhuyd, E., 92 Lindgren, A., 55 Llewelyn, J.D., 319 Loch, J., 398 Loder, J., 399 Logan, J., 87 Loudon, J.W., 210-213 Louis XII, 68 Low, G., 400, 401 Lowe, E.J., 233 Lubin, E., 69 Lumsden & Son, 41 Luther, M., 70 Lydekker, R., 227 Lyndon, J., 190

M MacAulay, K., 402 Macculloch, J., 403 MacDiarmid, H., 146 MacGillivray, W., 234 Machiavelli, N., 71 Mackay Brown, G., 119, 147 Mackay, J., 159 Mackenzie, G., 435 Mackenzie, G.S., 393 Macky, J., 41, 433

Macleod, N., 404 Maintenon, F., 65 Maitland, J., 184 Maitland, W., 93 Martin, M., 405, 431 Maund, B., 235 Maxwell, D., 345 McClintock, F.L., 406 McNayr, J., 433 McNicol, D., 407 Melanchthon, P., 72 Mennie, D., 320 Mercator, 30 Meyer, H.L., 214 Millais, J.G., 236 Milne Home, D., 237 Moberg, G., 119 Moll, H., 32, 33 Monro, D., 431 Monypenny, D., 421 Moore, C., 346 Moreau, C., 9 Morel & Cie, 9 Morris, F.O., 238-240 Morris, T., 191 Mudie, A., 409 Mudie, R., 242, 434 Mun, T., 151 Munster, S., 34, 35 Murray, 433, 434 Murray, J., 241

N Necker de Saussure, L.A., 431 Neill, P., 410 Nelson, J., 256 Newte, T., 411

O Oswald, J., 190 Ottoman Company Dubbs & Co., 323

P Parry, A., 406 Pembroke, H.H., 98 Pennant, T., 369, 423 Petit, V., 11 Pinchon, J.P., 50 Pinel, P., 350 Ponting, H.G., 321 Porny, M.A., 192 Potter, B., 54, 56-58 Pratt, A., 242 Prideaux J.S., 206

Q Queen Victoria, 108

R Racine, J, 73 Rackham, A, 349 Rackham, A., 48, 344-348 Rankin, I., 153 Reinhardt, R., 1 Rejlander, O., 324 Richardson, C.J., 12 Richmond, G., 196 Roberts, D., 415 Roberts, M., 152 Robertson, J., 325 Robinson, W.H., 50 Roger, J., 414 Rogers, J., 279 Roscoe, W., 59 Rossi, G.G., 13 Rowling, J.K., 148 Rupin, J., 326 Rusher, J.G., 52

S Sacheverell, W., 416 Saint Ogan, A., 50 Salwey, A., 265 Sanson, N., 39 Saussure, H.B de, 350 Saxton, C., 40 Sayer, R., 37 Schlegel, H., 245 Scott, W., 155-158, 369 Scottish History Society, 100, 101 Segui, M., 2 Selkirk, 425 Seton, 187 Shakespeare, W., 349 Sharpe, R.B., 223 Shaw, L., 426 Shaw, S., 427 Shepherd, T., 188 Shute, N., 148 Sibbald, R., 41 Skelton, J., 413 Skirne, H., 423 Smart, J., 255 Smee, W., 14 Smith, A., 106, 107, 215 Smith, R. B., 198 Smith, R.A., 393 Spark, M., 161, 162, 164 Specht, A., 250 St. John, C., 433 Stafford, E., 429 Stanley, H., 367 Stevenson, R.L., 163, 164, 342 Stoddart, J., 369 Stuart, C.E., 430 Stuart, J.S.S., 430 Surtees, R.S., 365

Sutcliffe, F.M., 329-332 Sutherland, A., 434 Sweet, R., 246 Swift, J., 89 Swinton, J., 421 Symington, A.J., 393

T Temminck, C.J., 207, 216 Thomas, D., 165 Thomas, F.W.L., 432 Thomson, J., 43, 418 Tolkien, J.R.R., 166 Townshend, C.H., 414 Tranter, N., 167 Trench, F., 433 Trollope, A., 393 Tulloch, W.W., 108 Tytler, P. F., 421

V Valentine, J., 333 Van der Weyde, 334 Vico, G., 75 von Troil, U., 392

W Wagner, R., 348 Walker, J, 435 Wallace, A.R., 248 Wallace, J., 436, 437 Walsh, C.W., 335 Watson, J.D., 357 Weaver, L., 1 Weegee, 336-338 Wells, H.G., 50 Westermann, G.F., 245 Whyte-Melville, J.G., 171 Wilde, O., 160 Wilson, A., 218 Wilson, J., 433 Wit, F. de, 15 Woolman, J., 256 Wright, N., 406 Wright, P., 148 Wylie, J., 250�

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SCOTTISH SILVER & APPLIED ARTS AUCTION 15 AUGUST 2018 IN EDINBURGH • OPEN FOR CONSIGNMENTS For a valuation or to discuss selling works in this auction, please contact Colin Fraser on 0131 557 8844 or email

Lot 18 (detail)


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Conditions of Sale SELLERS 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions of Sale (Sellers): “Auctioneer” means Lyon & Turnbull Ltd (Registered in Scotland No: 191166 | Registered address: 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3RR) 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 postauction 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; “Terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which the Auctioneer accepts instructions from Sellers or their agents; “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; “Without reserve” where there is no minimum price at which a lot may be sold (whether at auction or private treaty); “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. “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. 3. PREPARATION FOR SALE (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. (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) The lots will be sold subject to the Reserve. If the Reserve is not mutually agreed between us and confirmed by you in writing before the sale, the Reserve will be fixed by us in our sole discretion on the basis of our reasonable opinion as to the probable level of bids for the lots. The reserve cannot be above the low estimate. We shall in no circumstances be liable if bids are not received at the level of the reserve. We shall however be entitled to sell the lots below the reserve. If we do so, we shall be obliged to account to you as if the Hammer Price was equal to the Reserve. (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 longterm 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 after-auction 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

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(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). 13. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY (a) The same Conditions of Sale (Sellers) 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. 14. 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 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. 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. (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, 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. (f) The contract between the parties may be varied by the parties by agreement and in writing. 16. RECISSION OF SALES Lyon & Turnbull may rescind the sale where it reasonably believes that the lot falls within the terms as defined by Lyon & Turnbull’s Authenticity Guarantee (see Buyer’s conditions), in this event Lyon & Turnbull shall send the Seller notice of such rescission. The Seller agrees to return to Lyon & Turnbull the Net Sale Proceeds received from the sale of such lot with any additional expenses incurred by Lyon & Turnbull. Lyon & Turnbull will return the property to the Seller upon receipt of the Net Sale Proceeds and Expenses, unless prevented in doing so by reasons outwith Lyon & Turnbull’s control.

17. 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. 18. 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 0131 557 8844. 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 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 (Registered in Scotland No: 191166 | Registered address: 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3RR) 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; “Us”, “Our”, “We” etc. refers to Lyon & Turnbull Ltd The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 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) High Value Lots and High Cumulative Value of Lots: If you wish to bid on any High Value Lot (a lot with a lower estimate of £30,000 or above) or if you are bidding on several lots with a total lower estimate value of £30,000 or above, you are invited to complete the High Value Lot pre-registration. After you have successfully registered as a bidder with Lyon & Turnbull, you should complete the High Value Lot pre-registration before the date of sale by contacting the Office Manager or on the date of sale at the registration area. Unless otherwise agreed by us, you will be permitted to bid for High Value Lots only if Lyon & Turnbull has confirmed your payment of deposit and your completion of the High Value Lot pre-registration before the sale. The Deposit required will be 10% of the lower estimate. Upon pre-registration, you should pay the deposit or such other sum as determined by Lyon & Turnbull dependant on circumstances, by way of bank transfer or credit card(s) acceptable to Lyon & Turnbull. Please note that Lyon & Turnbull does not accept payment from third parties and this also applies to agents. If you are not successful in any bid and do not owe Lyon & Turnbull any debt, the deposit will be refunded to you by way of wire transfer or such other methods as determined by Lyon & Turnbull. Please make sure that you provide your bank details in the preregistration form. The exchange rate provided to us by the bank on the date of exchange is final. We will arrange to refund the deposit to you within seven days after the date of sale, however we do not guarantee when you will receive the payment due to the variance in time for banks to process fund transfers. Upon successful pre-registration, you will be given a numbered High Value Lot paddle for identification purposes. The auctioneer will usually only accept bids


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made with the High Value Lot paddle or by its High Value Lot registered bidder. This applies to saleroom, telephone and absentee bids. Lyon & Turnbull has the right to change the High Value Lot pre-registration procedures and requirements from time to time without notice. (c) 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. (d) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. (e) Our right to bid on behalf of Sellers is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve. (f) The right to refuse any bid is also reserved. (g) 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. (h) 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. 5. THE PURCHASE PRICE For each lot purchased a Buyer’s Premium of 25% of the hammer price of each lot up to and including £100,000, plus 20% from £100,001 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. Live online bidding may be subject to additional premiums depending on the service provider selected (The-Saleroom at 3%, Invaluable at 5%). 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 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 that we do not 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

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change and are for guzvnce 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 safety regulations (items manufactured prior to 1950 are exempt from any regulations). 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 (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. 13. CITES Please be aware that all lots marked with the symbol Y may be subject to CITES regulations when exporting these items outside the EU. These regulations may be found at http: // 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. AUTHENTICITY GUARANTEE Lyon & Turnbull guarantees that the authorship, period, or origin (collectively, “Authorship”) of each lot in this catalogue is as stated in the BOLD or CAPITALISED type heading in the catalogue description of the lot, as amended by oral or written salesroom notes or announcements. Lyon & Turnbull makes no warranties whatsoever, whether express or implied, with respect to any material in the catalogue other than that appearing in the Bold or Capitalised heading and subject to the exclusions below. In the event Lyon & Turnbull in its reasonable opinion deems that the conditions of the authenticity guarantee have been satisfied, it shall refund to the original purchaser of the lot the hammer price and applicable Buyer’s Premium paid for the lot by the original purchaser. This Guarantee does not apply if: (i) the catalogue description was in accordance with the opinion(s) of generally accepted scholar(s) and expert(s) at the date of the sale, or the catalogue description indicated that there was a conflict of such opinions; or (ii) the only method of establishing that the Authorship was not as described in the Bold or Capitalised heading at the date of the sale would have been by means or processes not then generally available or accepted; unreasonably expensive or impractical to use; or likely (in Lyon &Turnbull’s reasonable opinion) to have caused damage to the lot or likely to have caused loss of value to the lot; or (iii) there has been no material loss in value of the lot from its value had it been in accordance with its description in the Bold or Capitalised type heading. This Guarantee is provided for a period of one year from the date of the relevant auction, is solely for the benefit of the original purchaser of the lot at the auction and may not be transferred to any third party. To be able to claim under this Authenticity Guarantee, the original purchaser of the lot must: (i) notify Lyon & Turnbull in writing within one month of receiving any information that causes the original purchaser of record to dispute the accuracy of the Bold or Capitalised type heading, specifying the lot number, date of the auction at which it was purchased and the reasons for such dispute; and (ii) return the Lot to Lyon & Turnbull’s registered office in the same condition as at the date of sale to the original


purchaser of record and be able to transfer good title to the Lot, free from any third party claims arising after the date of such sale. Lyon & Turnbull has discretion to waive any of the above requirements. Lyon & Turnbull may require the original purchaser of the lot to obtain, at the original purchaser of lot’s cost, the reports of two independent and recognised experts in the field. The reports must be mutually acceptable to Lyon & Turnbull and the original purchaser of the lot. Lyon & Turnbull shall not be bound by any reports produced by the original purchaser of the lot, and reserves the right to seek additional expert advice at its own expense. It is specifically understood and agreed that the rescission of a sale and the refund of the original purchase price paid (the successful hammer price, plus the buyer’s premium) is exclusive and in lieu of any other remedy which might otherwise be available as a matter of law. Lyon & Turnbull and the Seller shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages incurred or claimed, including without limitation, loss of profits or interest. 18. 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 0131 557 8844. 19. 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. 20. 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. 18.1


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Guide to Bidding & Payment Registration

How to Bid


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:

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 endeavour to undertake such bids to the best of our abilities. This service is available entirely at our discretion and at the bidder’s risk.

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:

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.

You will find a link to this service in any email invoice issued or you can visit the payments section of our website.

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 nontransferable.

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 is also available:  &T Live – Access through our website or •L download the live bidding app L&T Live, service offered for no additional fee. • Invaluable – Access through Invaluable charge an additional 5% for their service. • The-Saleroom – Access through The-Saleroom charge an additional 3% for their service.

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. Online Card Payments We no longer accept card payments by phone. Please use our online payment service (provided by Cardstream/Credorax).

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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