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Mallams 1788

The Oxford Library Sale 25th & 26th September 2019


The Picture Sale

Wednesday 23rd October 2019 OXFORD

SELECTED ENTRIES INVITED Closing date 4th October Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882) George Gordon Hake £20,000-30,000 Exhib. Royal Academy 1973 One of two by Rossetti to be included in the sale

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Mallams 1788


The Oxford Library Two Day Sale

Wednesday 25th September Thursday 26th September at 11am

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Enquiries Condition Reports & Images Jack Stinson oxford2@mallams.co.uk

Mallams Bocardo House 24a St. Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB Bids 01865 241358

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Saturday 21st September 9am – 1.00pm Monday 23rd September 9am - 5pm Tuesday 24th September 9am – 5pm Wednesday 25th September from 8.30am Thursday 26th September from 8.30am

Conditions of sale This auction is subject to Important Notices, Conditions of Sale and Reserves. Condition Reports Please note that there are no condition reports printed in the catalogue or on any website listing. They are available on request from the office or by email oxford2@mallams.co.uk


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Order of Sale The Oxford Library Two Day Sale Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th September at 11am Day One – Wednesday 25th September Wines and Spirits A Private Collection of Antique Drinking Glasses

Lot 1 – 22 Lot 25 - 54

From Vanbrugh House Antiques Stow on the Wold:Part One of the Fine Collection of early Maps and Globes

Lot 60 – 150

Antique Furniture and Works of Art

Lot 151 – 195

Furniture, Oriental Carpets & Rugs, Works of Art, Grand Tour Artefacts, Bronzes, Clocks, Coins, Tribal Art from multiple vendors

Lot 200 - 416

Day Two: - Thursday 26th September Fine Antiquarian Books from the Library of the Late Professor Eric Stanley (Part One)

Lot 501 – 826

Antiquarian and Modern Books, Correspondence & Ephemera from multiple vendors

Lot 830 – 955

Condition reports and images: oxford2@mallams.co.uk Important notice: Buyers premium 27% inclusive of VAT on each lot Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website. However, we are happy to provide them when requested, subject to our terms and conditions of sale. The absence of any reference to condition in any discription does not imply the lot is without fault.


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

THERE IS A PREMIUM OF 22.5% OF THE HAMMER PRICE ON ALL SALES, THIS IS SUBJECT TO V.A.T. Wines and Spirits

1. 8 BOTTS. (750ML) N.V. CHAMPAGNE, VARIOUS HOUSES INC. BOLLINGER, HEIDSIECK, AND 1 BOTT. (375ML) MOET & CHANDON (9) £50-150

2. 14 BOTTS. (750ML) MIXED MAINLY FRENCH WINES INC. CH. RAUSAN-SEGLA 1967 X 2 (14) £50-150

5. 5 BOTTS. (75CL) DELAFORCE SONS AND CA FINEST VINTAGE PORT 1970, SOME CORK LEAKAGE (5) £100-200

7. 6 BOTTS. (75CL) SPARKLING WINE 1 BOTT. (75CL) BACARDI 1 BOTT. (70CL) AQUAVIT 1 BOTT. (73CL) CAVENDISH VINTAGE 1956 + 2 (11) £30-50

8. 2 BOTTS. (75CL) BARON DE LEY RESERVA 2004 RIOJA (SPAIN) £100-200

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4. 1 BOTT. (70CL) RYNAL & CO. THREE BARRELS VSOP BRANDY, 1 BOTT. (68CL) MARTELL COGNAC AND 1 BOTT. (70CL) MARTELL FINE COGNAC (3) £40-80

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3. 1L BOTT. BENEDICTINE WITH RED SEAL PLUS 1L BOTT. GRAND MARNIER, TRIPLE ORANGE WITH RED SEAL (2) £30-50

6. 7 BOTTS (75CL) OLD PORT INC:2 X GRAHAMS 1975 1 X WARRES 1975 1 X VILLA NOVA DE GAIA FOR MARKS & SPENCER 1 X OFFLEY BOA VISTA 1963 1 X DOWS TRADEMARK FINEST RESERVE 1 X COCKBURNS 1975 (7) £150-250

9. 4 BOTTS. (75CL) BARON DE LEY RESERVA 2005 RIOJA PLUS 4 BOTTS. (75CL) BARON DE LEY RESERVA 2008 RIOJA (8) £40-70

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DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

10. 1 BOTT. (75CL) CH. C‘TES DU GROS CAILLOU. SAINT EMILION 2005 1 BOTT. (75CL) CH. HAUT-BRIGNON BORDEAUX 1995 1 BOTT. (75CL) CH. DE LA TOUR BORDEAUX 1999 (3) £40-60

13. 1 BOTT. (75CL) DELAFORCE CORTE 1995 VINTAGE PORT 1 BOTT. (375ML) L.B.V. PORT 2008 (2) £20-40

11. 4 BOTTS. (75CL) SÈNORIO DEL AGUILA RESERVA 2004 1 BOTT. (75CL) CASTILLO SAN LORENZO RIOJA 2007 1 BOTT. (75CL) CAMPO VIEJA RIOJA GRAN RESERVA 2004 3 BOTTS. (75CL) MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO 1 BOTT. (75CL) FREXINET 1 BOTT. (75CL) HUNGARIAN MERLOT PLUS 4 OLD FRENCH WATER BOTTLES (15) £30-50

14. 1 BOTT. (75CL) MOET & CHANDON 2006 GRAND VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE 1 BOTT. (75CL) CH. D’ABZAC BORDEAUX SUPERIOR 2015 1 BOTT. (75CL) LA PATRIE C‘TES DE BORDEAUX MERLOT 2012 1 BOTT. (75CL) CRU DES C‘TES DU RHONE 2016 1 BOTT. (75CL) CH. CHAPELLE D’ALIÈNOR BORDEAUX 2014 1 BOTT. (75CL) VACQUEYRAS LE CLOS DE CASAUX 2009 1 BOTT. (75CL) CHATEAU NEUF-DU-PAPE 2010 (7) £50-100

12. 4 BOTTS. (75CL) TERRE DE LYS FLEURIE 2006 2 BOTTS. (75CL) TERRE DE GALETS C‘TES DU RHONE 2012 1 BOTT. (75CL) ALOXE-CORTON, BOUDIER PERE ET FILS 1996 1 BOTT. (75CL) MONTAGNY 1ER CRU 2005 1 BOTT. (75CL) H. VALRASQUE CHÂTEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE 2014 (9) £40-60

15. MIXED WINES INC. 6 BOTTS (75CL) KAY BROS. HILLSIDE SHIRAZ 2006 (17) £30-60

16. 12 BOTTS. (75CL) CH. LANGOA BARTON ST. JULIEN-MEDOC 2004 IN WOODEN CASE (12) £250-350

17. 12 BOTTS. (75CL) CH. LANGOA BARTON ST. JULIEN-MEDOC 2004 IN WOODEN CASE (12) £250-350

19. 12 BOTTS. (75CL) DOW’S VINTAGE PORT QINTA DO BOMFIM 1992 (X 12) £500-600

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18. 1 BOTT. (75CL) CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982, LABEL SOMEWHAT STAINED, LOW NECK £400-600


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

20. 5O RITMEESTER PANTALLA CIGARS IN SEALED BOX; WILLEM II CHICAS CORONA X 10; AND 21 MIXED BAG OF CIGARS £80-120

21. A SET OF SIX REPRODUCTION 19TH CENTURY WINE SALE POSTERS for Christie Pall Mall, London, 76 x 50cm, framed £50-100

22. A JAMAICAN CYLINDRICAL CIGAR JAR with air tight fitting labelled el Trovador, 22cm high £30-50

A Private Collection of Antique Drinking Glasses

26. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with bell shaped bowl, the stem opaque white corkscrew with a pair of spiral white threads and a folded foot, 14.5cm high £150-200

27. A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASSES with part faceted bowls and double opaque twist stems, 16cm high £250-350

28. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS having etched trumpet shaped bowl with three collars and a true baluster air twist stem, 17.5cm high £150-200

29. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with bell shaped bowl, the stem with double series of opaque lace twist, 14.5cm high £100-150

30. AN 18TH CENTURY ‘LYNN’ OPAQUE TWIST WINE GLASS, the round funnel bowl moulded with concentric rings and decorated with an oxo border below the rim, set on a double series stem and conical foot, 15.6cm high £150-200

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25. AN 18TH CENTURY ALE GLASS with tall conical bowl, engraved flowers and bee decoration, containing an opaque white gauze surrounded by air spirals, 20cm high £200-250

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DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

31. A COLLECTION OF LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY DRINKING GLASSES including two rummers and three small wine glasses (5) £100-200

32. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with half faceted tall conical bowl, the stem contains a pair of spiral tapes surrounded by a single multi-ply spiral band, 18.5cm high £200-300

33. AN 18TH CENTURY ALE GLASS, tall part fluted bowl engraved with hops and barley, with a pedestal stem and folded base, 18.5cm high £80-120

34. A LATE 18TH CENTURY DWARF ALE GLASS with part faceted conical bowl and annular knop stem; together with another ale glass with conical bowl; and a small port glass with fluted bowl (3) £80-120

35. A GROUP OF FOUR LATE 18TH CENTURY PORT OR SPIRIT GLASSES, all with engraved etched bowls, largest 11cm high (4) £100-150

36. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS, ogee bowl with honeycomb moulding at the base, stem contains a central white gauze surrounded by a pair of air spirals, 16cm high £150-200

37. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with conical bowl and double opaque twist stem to a folded foot, 17cm high £200-250

38. AN 18TH CENTURY CORDIAL GLASS with part faceted round funnel bowl, the stem containing a white central gauze surrounded by a white tape twist, 15cm high £150-200

39. AN 18TH CENTURY CORDIAL GLASS with part faceted round funnel bowl, the stem containing a clear central gauze surrounded by multiple air twists, 16.5cm high £200-300

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40. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with tall bell bowl with inverted baluster and multiple air twist stem to a domed and folded base, 19cm high £150-200

41. AN 18TH CENTURY ALE GLASS with a tall round funnel bowl, stem contains a single series of clear twist formed by a spiral gauze, 20cm high £100-200

42. AN 18TH CENTURY ALE GLASS with trumpet bowl and air twist stem on a plain conical base, 20cm high £100-150

43. AN 18TH CENTURY ALE GLASS with flared trumpet bowl, the stem lace twist surrounded by a pair of opaque spiral threads to a plain foot, 19cm high £80-120

44. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with flared conical bowl, the plain stem incorporating a central large tear drop air bubble, 16cm high £100-150

45. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with bell flared bowl incorporating an air bubble to a plain stem and a folded foot, 16.5cm high; together with another, plainer, wine glass (2) £200-300

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46. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with flared conical bowl, swelling knop with an air bubble stem and folded foot, 16.5cm high £100-150

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47. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with a flared bell bowl and a wide angular knop to a true baluster with plain conical foot, 18cm high £200-300

48. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with round funnel bowl, the stem with a three ringed annular knop at the top, set over an inverted baluster with an air bubble, knop at the base with a domed foot, 16cm high £150-250

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49. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with round funnel bowl, with a wide knop to a true baluster and domed folded foot, 15cm high £100-150


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

50. AN 18TH CENTURY CORDIAL GLASS with opaque twist stem and another cordial glass with part faceted rounded bowl and plain stem, tallest, 14cm high (2) £100-150

51. AN 18TH CENTURY CORDIAL GLASS with a round funnel bowl and oxo border to a diamond faceted stem; and another cordial glass, tallest 14.5cm high (2) £100-150

52. AN 18TH CENTURY WINE GLASS with bell shaped bowl to an inverted baluster incorporating an air bubble on a folded foot, 15cm high £80-120 53. A COLLECTION OF ENGLISH GLASS REFERENCE BOOKS (6) £40-60

54. A PAIR OF GEORGIAN ALE GLASSES, each with conical bowl etched with hops on folded foot, 14.5cm high (2) £100-200

From Vanbrugh House Antiques Stow on the Wold:Vanbrugh House Antiques was founded by John and Monica Sands and commenced trading in Stow-on-the Wold in the 1970s. They dealt in fine furniture and mechanical music and then, assisted by their son Adam, became renowned specialists in antique maps and globes from the 16th to the 19th century. Always seeking the finest examples, they established a reputation for integrity, personal warmth and a wealth of knowledge with colleagues in the antique trade and regular customers at home and overseas. Offered for sale are the entire contents of the shop, together with stock and selected items from their personal collection.

Part One of the Fine Collection of early Maps and Globes

61. HENRICUS HONDIUS Venezuela, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1630, the title cartouche of scroll form and headed by a satyr mask, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38 x 49cm £100-200

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60. WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU Cyprus, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1640, the title cartouche adorned with venus in her shell chariot drawn by two swans, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 39 x 50.5cm £200-300


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

63. NICOLAES VISSCHER Italy, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1680, with dedication cartouche adorned with Royal figure and sea nymphs to Cosimo III de Medici, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 46.5 x 57cm £100-200

64. HOMANN HEIRS The British Islands in the Americas - Barbados, Jamaica, Bermuda, Antigua and St Kitts, engraving, pub. Nuremberg c.1740, with foliate and scroll title cartouche in Latin and German texts, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 49.5 x 56cm £100-150

65. NICOLAES VISSCHER Scandinavia and the Baltic, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1680, the title cartouche adorned with multiple Coats of Arms, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 46 x 55cm £100-200

66. JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN The Americas, engraving, pub. Nuremberg c.1720, the title cartouche adorned with exotic figures and countryside, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 49 x 57cm £200-300

67. JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN The Holy Land (showing the twelve tribes of Israel), engraving, the title cartouche adorned with Moses and Commandments tablet, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 49 x 58cm £100-200

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62. JOHN SPEED Hungary, engraving, pub. London 1676, the side borders decorated with hierarchical figures and with town plan vignettes to the upper border, Bassett & Chiswell, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 40 x 51.5cm £200-300

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68. HOMANN HEIRS British Possessions in North America, engraving, pub. Nuremberg c.1740, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 51 x 56cm £100-200

69. SAMUEL AUGUSTUS MITCHELL Persia, Turkey, Afghanistan and Belochistan, engraving, pub. Philadelphia c.1860, hand-coloured, 28 x 35cm; and four further similar to include American and European subjects; all mounted but unframed (5) £50-100

70. THOMAS BROWN ‘A New and Accurate Map of Turkey in Europe’, pub. Edinburgh c.1801, hand-coloured, 29.5 x 34cm; and five further similar, all mounted but unframed (6) £50-100

71. WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU The Holy Land, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1640, the title cartouche flanked by Moses to one side, a further figure to the other, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38.5 x 50cm £200-300

72. NICOLAES VISSCHER Southern England and Northern France, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1680, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 48 x 57cm £60-80

73. JOHN SPEED Huntingdonshire, engraving, pub. London 1676, with inset aerial plans of Huntingdon and Ely, Coat of Arms, Bassett and Chiswell, mounted but unframed, 39 x 51cm £80-120

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75. JOHANNES BLAEU Huntingdonshire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1648, the title cartouche adorned with huntsmen and beasts and with various Coats of Arms, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 39 x 50cm £100-150

76. TIMOTHY PONT Stirlingshire, engraving, pub. by Johannes Blaeu, Amsterdam c.1672, the title cartouche with strapwork and rams’ heads, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 41 x 51.5cm £80-120

77. JOHANNES BLAEU Lincolnshire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1648, the title cartouche adorned with putti, Coats of Arms and Royal Crest, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 42 x 50cm £100-150

78. JOHANNES BLAEU Dorsetshire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1659, with scroll design title cartouche, Coat of Arms and galleons to the sea, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38 x 49.5cm £100-150

79. JOHANNES BLAEU Monmouthshire, double page engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1648, the title cartouche adorned with farming folk, Coat of Arms and Royal Crest, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38 x 50cm £100-150

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74. JOHANNES BLAEU Westmorland, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1648, the title cartouche adorned with cherubs, also with Coat of Arms above and cartographers to the scale marker, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38 x 50cm £100-150

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80. JOHANNES BLAEU Norfolk, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1648, the title cartouche adorned with Coat of Arms, Royal Crests to the upper corners, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38 x 50cm £80-120

81. JOHANNES BLAEU West Riding of Yorkshire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1648, the title cartouche adorned with shepherd, shepherdess and sheep, Coats of Arms, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38 x 50cm £100-150

82. WILLIAM HOLE AFTER CHRISTOPHER SAXTON Gloucestershire, engraving, pub. London c.1637, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 28.5 x 32cm £60-80

83. JOHN SPEED Montgomeryshire, engraving, pub. London 1676, with strapwork title cartouche, inset aerial plan of Montgomery, Basset and Chiswell, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 39 x 51.5cm £80-120

84. ROBERT MORDEN ‘Cumberland’, engraving, pub. London c.1722, hand-coloured, 37 x 43cm; and five further to include: ‘Barkshire’; ‘Middlesex’; ‘Buckinghamshire’, ‘Bedfordshire’; and ‘The East Riding of Yorkshire’, all mounted but unframed (6) £100-150

85. ROBERT MORDEN ‘North Wales’, engraving, pub. London c.1722, hand-coloured, 37 x 43cm; and five further to include: ‘Nottinghamshire’; ‘Wiltshire’; ‘Lincolnshire’; ‘Hertfordshire’ and ‘Rutland’, all mounted but unframed (6) £100-150

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87. CAPTAIN GREENVILE COLLINS ‘Fowey and Mount’s Bay’, engraving, pub. London c.1693; the title cartouche of open book form surmounted by bishop’s mitre and flanked by two figures, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 45 x 56cm £80-120

88. CAPTAIN GREENVILE COLLINS Burlington Bay, Scarborough and Hartlepool, engraving, pub. London c.1693, the title cartouche surmounted by a shield and flanked by Neptune and further figures, hand-coloured, 45 x 57cm; and one further - Milford Haven and the Islands Adjacent, both mounted but unframed (2) £80-120

89. RICHARD WILLIAM SEALE ‘Middlesex’, engraving, pub. London 1751-1764, decorated with the Arms of the London Livery Companies to the sides, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 52.5 x 74cm £200-300

90. JOHN SPEED Pembrokeshire, engraving, pub. London c.1616, with inset aerial plans of ‘Pembroke’ and ‘Saint David’s’; Sudbury and Humble, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38.5 x 51cm £150-250

91. JAN JANSSON Surrey, engraving, pub. Amsterdam 1647-1659, with decorative title cartouche, Coats of Arms and Royal Crest, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38.5 x 51cm £80-120

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86. CHARLES SMITH ‘Wiltshire’, engraving, second edition pub. London c.1808, hand-coloured, 51 x 46cm; and seven further to include: ‘Essex’; ‘Suffolk’; ‘Lancaster’; ‘Hertford’; ‘Northampton’; ‘Berkshire’ and ‘Norfolk’; all mounted but unframed (8) £100-200

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92. JOHN SPEED Caernarvonshire, engraving, pub. London 1676, with inset aerial plans of ‘Caernarvon’ and ‘Bangor’, Bassett & Chiswell, hand-coloured, 38.5 x 51.5cm £150-250

93. JOHN SPEED Monmouthshire, engraving, pub. London 1616, with inset aerial plan of Monmouth, Sudbury and Humble, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38.5 x 51.5cm £100-200

94. JOHN SPEED Derbyshire, engraving, pub. London 1616, with inset plan of ‘Darbye’ and ‘Buxton’, Coats of Arms and Royal Crest, Sudbury and Humble, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38.5 x 51.5cm £150-250

95. WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU The British Isles, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1640, with decorative title cartouche, galleons in the sea areas, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38 x 50cm £200-300

96. JOHANNES BLAEU Cambridgeshire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam 1648, with Coats of Arms to the sides, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 40 x 52.5cm £150-250

97. JAN JANSSON Oxfordshire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1694, the title cartouche flanked by cartographers and cherub, and with the Arms of the Colleges above, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 38 x 49cm £150-250

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99. JOHANNES BLAEU Guernsey, Jersey, Herm and Sark, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1663, the title cartouche surmounted by shepherd, shepherdess and sheep, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 39 x 47cm £80-120

100. NICOLAES VISSCHER Asia, engraving published Amsterdam c.1680, with decorative title cartouche adorned with sea nymphs, hand-coloured, 44 x 55cm £200-300

101. JODOCUS HONDIUS ‘South America’, engraving pub. Amsterdam c.1609, with inset vignette of Cusco, hand-coloured, 36 x 49.5cm £300-400

102. JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN ‘Virginia, Marylandia et Carolina’ (North America), engraving pub. Nuremberg c.1714, the decorative title cartouche adorned with figures and tribesmen and sea creatures, 49 x 58.5cm £400-600

103. JAN JANSSON ‘East Coast of America from Northern Florida to Virginia’, engraving pub. Amsterdam c.1649, the decorative title cartouche adorned with tribes folk, hand-coloured, 39 x 50.5cm £300-500

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98. GERARD MERCATOR South West England and Wales, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1610, the title cartouche of scroll and laurel leaf form, hand-coloured, mounted but unframed, 37 x 47cm £100-200

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104. WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU Virginia, engraving, published Amsterdam c.1635, inset with vignette of natives and chieftain, hand-coloured, 38 x 49cm £600-800

105. THOMAS BROWN ‘A New and Accurate Map of New South Wales…’ engraving, pub. Edinburgh c.1807, hand-coloured, 34 x 29cm £50-80

106. THOMAS BROWN ‘A New and Accurate Map of Europe’, engraving, pub. Edinburgh c.1807, hand-coloured, 30 x 36cm £30-50

107. THOMAS BROWN North America, United States of America and The West Indies, three engravings, pub. Edinburgh c.1807, hand-coloured, approximately 30 x 35cm (3) £100-200

108. PHILIPP CLUVER The World in Twin Hemispheres, engraving, published by John Senex, London c.1711, with inset figures representing the continents to the corners, hand-coloured, 16 x 30cm £100-150

109. WILLEM JANSZOON BLAEU The West Indies, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1646, the title cartouche adorned with cherubs and beasts, Coat of Arms to lower corner, hand-coloured, 38 x 52cm £300-400

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110. WILLIEM JANSZOON BLAEU The Arctic Regions, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1650, the title cartouche flanked by two figures, polar bear and huntsmen to the scale, and with Coat of Arms for William Bacter de Corneliis, hand-coloured, 41 x 53cm £200-300

111. NICOLAES VISSCHER The East Indies, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1680, the title cartouche adorned with natives and works of art, hand-coloured, 47 x 57cm £300-500

113. WILLIAM KIP AFTER JOHANES NORDEN ‘Surrey’, double page engraving, pub. London c.1610, hand-coloured, 28.5 x 37.5cm £100-150

114. ABRAHAM ORTELIUS The British Isles, engraving published Antwerp c.1598, hand-coloured, 34 x 49cm £200-300

115. WILLIAM HOLE AFTER CHRISTOPHER SAXTON Berkshire, engraving, pub. London c.1610, hand-coloured, 23 x 33cm £80-120

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112. EDWARD WELLS Map of the World in Twin Hemispheres, engraving, published at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford c.1700, with dedication stone to William Duke of Gloucester lower centre flanked by natives and Oxford vignettes, academics and cartographers, hand-coloured, 37 x 51cm £400-600

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116. GERARD MERCATOR England and Wales, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1610, hand-coloured, 35.5 x 47cm £200-300

117. JOHANNES BLAEU Cornwall, engraving published Amsterdam c.1663, with inset coat of arms, hand-coloured, 39 x 50cms £100-200

118. JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN London and environs, engraving pub. Nuremberg c.1710, with inset views of Chelsea, Greenwich Hospitals, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court and Kensington Palace, hand-coloured, 49 x 58cm £300-400

119. TOBIAS CONRAD LOTTER London and environs, engraving pub. Augsburg c.1760, the decorative title cartouche with figures and Royal Crest, hand-coloured, 49.5 x 58cm £200-300

120. ROBERT MORDEN ‘Kent’, engraving, hand-coloured, 35 x 63cm; and one further - Northumberland, 42 x 36cm (2) £50-100

121. A GEORGE III SILKWORK MAP of Europe worked in silk thread on a silk ground within floral and foliate border, 41 x 51cm £100-200

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123. WILLIAM HOLE AFTER CHRISTOPHER SAXTON Northumberland, engraving pub. London c.1610, hand-coloured, 27.5 x 30cm £80-100

124. JOHN SPEED Cornwall, engraving, pub. London c.1676 with inset plan of Launceston, Bassett and Chiswell, hand-coloured, 38 x 51.5cm £300-400

125. WILLIAM HOLE AFTER CHRISTOPHER SAXTON Cheshire, engraving, pub. London c.1610, hand-coloured, 26 x 31cm £80-120

126. WILLIAM KIP AFTER CHRISTOPHER SAXTON Durham, engraving, pub. London c.1610, hand-coloured, 28 x 34cm £80-100

127. WILLIAM KIP AFTER JOHANNES NORDEN Middlesex, engraving, pub. London c.1637, hand-coloured, 27.5 x 34cm £100-150

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122. JOHANNES BLAEU Isle of Wight, engraving published Amsterdam 1648, with decorative title cartouche adorned with deer and coats of arms to upper corner, hand-coloured, 39 x 51cm £100-150

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128. GEORG BRAUN & FRANS HOGENBERG ‘Edinburgh’, engraving published Cologne 1597 with decorative title cartouches, inscribed in ink to the margin, hand-coloured, 34 x 45cm £200-300

129. GEORG BRAUN & FRANS HOGENBERG ‘Cambridge’ engraving published Cologne c.1575, with decorative title cartouche and coat of arms, hand-coloured, 33 x 45cm £300-500

130. GEORG BRAUN AND FRANS HOGENBERG Exeter, engraving, pub. Cologne c.1618, hand-coloured, 32 x 41cm £200-300

131. GEORGE BRAUN AND FRANS HOGENBERG Chester, engraving, pub. Cologne c.1581, hand-coloured, 32.5 x 44cm £200-300

132. GEORG BRAUN AND FRANS HOGENBERG Views of Oxford and Windsor Castle, engraving, pub. Cologne 1575-1597, hand-coloured, 36 x 49cm £200-300

133. JOHANNES BLAEU Lancashire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1648, the title cartouche adorned with farmer, cattle and vacant shield, hand-coloured, 40 x 51cm £150-250

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135. JOHN SPEED Kent, engraving, pub. 1676, with inset aerial plans of Canterbury and Rochester to lower corners, Coats of Arms to upper border, Bassett and Chiswell, hand-coloured, 38 x 51cm £200-300

136. ABRAHAM ORTELIUS AFTER CHRISTOPHER SAXTON England and Wales, engraving, pub. by Jan Baptist Vrients, Antwerp c.1603, the decorative title cartouche adorned with grotesque caryatids, hand-coloured, 38.5 x 49cm £400-600

137. JOHANNES BLAEU Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1648, each county on one sheet with ornate title designs and flanked by Coats of Arms, hand-coloured, 42 x 53cm £100-150

138. LUCAS JANSZOON WAGHENAER The Coast of East Anglia from Walberswick in Suffolk to Burnham in Norfolk, engraving, pub. Leiden c.1586, with strapwork title cartouche, similar scale marker and galleons in the sea, hand-coloured, 33 x 52cm £300-400

139. JOHN OGILBY England and Wales (Showing the Principal Roads), engraving, pub. London c.1676, with decorative title cartouche, catalogue of roads and Royal Coats of Arms to the upper right corner, hand-coloured, 37.5 x 50cm £150-250

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134. TIMOTHY PONT Lothian and Linlithgow, engraving, pub. by Henricus Hondius, Amsterdam c.1633, the title cartouche with formal strapwork decoration, Royal Coat of Arms and putti to the upper right corner, hand-coloured, 37 x 54cm £150-250

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140. JAN JANSSON Herefordshire, engraving, pub. Amsterdam c.1694 by Pieter Schenk and Gerald Valck with farm folk to the title cartouche and Coat of Arms to the upper right corner, hand-coloured, 37 x 49cm £80-120

141. JOHN SPEED The Isle of Wight, engraving, pub. London 1646, with inset aerial plans of Newport and Southampton, Sudbury & Humble, hand-coloured, 39 x 51cm £150-250

142. VISSCHER, Nicolaes (1649-1702) and others, A 17th Century incomplete atlas with title page ‘Atlas Minor sive Geographia Compendiosa Qua Orbis Terrarum, Amsterdam’, 12 double page maps, hand-coloured, some double fold, old full leather binding with silver coloured metal clasps, tears, split stains, some water damage, sold as found, b/p. Fo. 550 x 350mm £1500-2500

144. A LATE19TH CENTURY FRENCH 10 INCH TABLE GLOBE by J. Lebegue & Cie, Paris, on turned ebonised stand, 48cm high £200-300

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143. AN ART DECO GERMAN 13 INCH GLOBE by Paul Oestergaard, Berlin, showing zeppelin and flying boat routes, the cherry wood and aluminium base inset with a compass, 52cm high £200-300


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145. AN ART DECO ENGLISH EDITION 13 INCH ZEPPELIN GLOBE by Paul Rath, Leipzig, Germany, the light oak base inset with a compass, 53cm high £200-300

147. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY 12 INCH TERRESTRIAL GLOBE by Geographia (1923) Ltd., 55 Fleet St, London, on turned ebonsied stand, 52cm high £150-200

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149. AN ART DECO ENGLISH EDITION 13 INCH ‘ANSCHLUSS’ GLOBE by Paul Rath, Leipzig, Germany, with stepped oak column and circular base inset with a compass, 53cm high £200-300

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146. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY 12 INCH TERRESTRIAL GLOBE by George Philip & Son Ltd., 32 Fleet St, London, on turned ebonised stand, 53cm high £100-150

148. A 12 INCH TERRESTRIAL GLOBE, by George Philip & Son Ltd., with Harrods Ltd, Knightsbridge retailer’s label, circa 1930, on turned ebonised stand 45cm high £150-200

150. A MID 20TH CENTURY EAST GERMAN CELESTIAL GLOBE made for the Russian Navy circa 1950, by Freiberger Prazisionsmechanik, the 6.5 inch globe set in a cast iron stand, with aluminium horizon ring in original fitted case £150-200

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DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

Antique Furniture and Works of Art

154. AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED DISPLAY TABLE with glazed top and sides, the square taper legs united by a shaped, florally inlaid undertier, 63.5cm wide £100-150

152. A GEORGE III SATINWOOD AND CROSSBANDED DEMI LUNE CARD TABLE the top inlaid with an oval floral spray, the square taper legs with inlaid paterae to the frieze, 94cm wide £300-500

153. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND OVAL PEAT BUCKET with swing handle and brass liner, 34.5cm high £300-500

155. A GEORGE IV BRASS PANTOGRAPH by William & Samuel Jones, London circa 1825, in original fitted mahogany case, 70.5cm wide £200-250

156. A LATE 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CARD TABLE in the French Hepplewhite taste, of serpentine outline with foliate carved slender cabriole legs, 81cm wide £500-700

157. A 19TH CENTURY VARIEGATED MARBLE COLUMN of slightly tapering form with slate top and plinth base, 110.5cm high £200-300 For more details on how to place a bid go to www.mallams.co.uk BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 27% inc. VAT @ 20%

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151. A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED SOFA TABLE with gadrooned borders and panelled frieze drawers, on central topped column with foliate carved and reeded downswept legs with brass paw capped castors, 141cm wide (extended) £250-300


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

159. A REGENCY ROSEWOOD FOLIO STAND the hinged sides with turned rest and weighted cord adjustment on splay legs with ring turned stretchers 95cm wide £600-800

158. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND CHEQUER BANDED CORNER CUPBOARD with dentil cornice and inlaid satinwood frieze above an astragal glazed door enclosing shaped shelves, 76cm wide £200-300

160. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY OVAL TEA TRAY inlaid with an oval shell motif within a border of flowering foliage and having brass twin handles, 72cm wide £100-150

161. A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD CANTERBURY after a design by J.C. London, with carved laurel ‘X’ frame divisions, a single frieze drawer, on turned legs and castors 51cm wide £300-400

162. A 19TH CENTURY NORWEGIAN MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST of dome topped form, painted with typical floral decoration, the front panel inscribed ‘Grindring’, on bracket feet, 32cm wide £100-150

163. A 20TH CENTURY TWO TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE by Gallé, the bowed rectangular top and undertier inlaid with flowers and foliage, the top with inlaid Gallé signature, on slightly splayed legs, 58cm wide £200-400

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164. A 19TH CENTURY COPPER PEAT OR LOG BUCKET of riveted construction, with brass swing handle, 30.5cm high £80-120

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166. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND BRASS BOUND PEAT BUCKET of navette form, with brass swing handle and liner 32.5cm high £200-300

165. A 19TH CENTURY BRASS LOG BIN with twin handles on three cabriole legs with paw feet 3.5cm high £70-90

167. A NAPOLEAN III FRUITWOOD FOUR DIVISION CANTERBURY with bobbin turned frame and platform undertier, on turned legs with brass and horn castors 42.5cm wide £150-350

168. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY OPEN ARMCHAIR in the Chippendale taste, the back until pierced splat, and having shaped arms, on moulded square legs united by an ‘H’ stretcher £100-150

169. A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY WALNUT SIDE CHAIRS the back with vase shaped splats, and having drop in seats or cabriole front legs with pad feet and turned stretchers (2) £200-300

171. A 19TH CENTURY OAK FOLIO STAND, with slatted hinged sides and ratchet adjustment, on bun feet, 66cm wide £400-600

170. A SET OF SIX EARLY 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD DINING CHAIRS with baluster bobbin turned backs, drop in seats, turned legs and stretchers (6) £400-600

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172. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY FOLIO STAND, after a design by Gillow, with hinged slatted sides and ratchet adjustment, on bun feet, 71cm wide £700-900

173. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND EBONY STRUNG SOFA TABLE, with single frieze drawer, on central turned column and four down swept legs, with brass paw capped castors, 128cm (extended) £100-150

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174. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY ARCHITECT’S CHEST, the hinged top above a pull out front drawer, with fitted interior and pilaster supports, three further long drawers below, on bracket feet, 125cm wide £1000-1500

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DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

176. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CYLINDER BUREAU BOOKCASE, the upper section with a pair of arch glazed doors enclosing shelving, above a tambour cylinder front enclosing fitted interior, and four long graduated drawers, on splay bracket feet, 100.5cm wide £600-800

175. A WILLIAM IV GONCALO ALVES CIRCULAR WINE TABLE, on turned column and triform base, 51cm wide £150-200

178. AN 18TH CENTURY OAK AND MAHOGANY BANDED LOWBOY, the shaped frieze fitted with three drawers, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 79cm wide £200-300

177. A SET OF SIX LATE 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, with serpentine top rails and triple pierced splats, stuff over seats and square taper legs, with two matching later chairs (8) £200-300

180. A MID 19TH CENTURY BOULLE DESK STAND, of rectangular form with bowed ends, fitted with two glass inkwells flanking a lidded compartment, and a pen recess on turned feet, 34cm wide £200-300

181. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BLACK SLATE AND BRONZE MOUNTED CLASSICAL URNS, with twin handles, on stepped plinth bases, 31cm high (2) £150-250

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179. AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY, BOX STRUNG AND SATINWOOD BANDED BUREAU, having two small drawers, above the bowed fall front, enclosing fitted interior, and one long drawer on square taper legs and castors, 75cm wide £150-200


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

182. A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND TUNBRIDGE WARE WRITING BOX, the lid inlaid with a view of Windsor Castle, and having fitted interior, 35.5cm wide £250-350

183. A 19TH CENTURY COROMANDEL WRITING BOX, the top with rounded edges, enclosing fitted interior, 38cm wide £100-150

184. A WILLIAM IV TORTOISESHELL AND MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID TEA CADDY, of chamfered rectangular form, the front inlaid with flowers and foliage, and having ivory stringing, fitted with two lidded compartments, on ball feet, 17cm wide £250-350

185. A VICTORIAN COROMANDEL DRESSING CASE, the interior fitted with a range of silver topped bottles, jars and accessories by William & George Neal, London 1874, and with engraved Bramah locks and hinges, a fitted jewellery drawer below, 30.5cm wide £400-500

186. A 19TH CENTURY OVAL PORCELAIN PLAQUE, by Ens & Greiner, Lauschan, painted with a portrait of Beatrice Cenci after Guido Reni, circa 1880, in gilt metal rope twist frame, 9.5cm high £100-150

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187. D. BRUCCIANI & CO A painted plaster classical portrait bust, on socle base, 75cm high £50-80

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188. A STAINED PINE EASEL PICTURE STAND, with arched top, 51cm high; and a modern beech easel picture stand (2) £20-40

189. A LATE 19TH CENTURY POTTERY NOVELTY INKWELL, modelled as a curling stone, with speckled decoration and metal mounts, 8cm wide £30-50

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190. A GEORGE IV SILVER PLATED COFFEE POT, with half lobed body, gadrooned border and wooden handle, 21.5cm high; and a late Victorian silver plated angular seven bar toast rack, in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser, 17cm long £100-150

191. A GEORGE III SILVER SMALL SAUCE BOAT, with punched border, scroll handle and pad feet by Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1789, 12cm long, 3 oz £80-120

192. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER SERVING SPOONS, with shaped and crimped bowls and engraved handles, by Harry Wright Atkin, Sheffield 1892, in fitted case; and a pair of silver small five bar toast racks of arched design, Birmingham 1897 (3) £100-150

193. A SET OF SIX SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN RAT-TAIL SOUP SPOONS, by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1911, 15oz; and a similar set of six teaspoons, by Barker Bros, Birmingham 1933, 5oz (12) £200-300

194. A MATCHED SET OF SIX GEORGE III SILVER BEAD EDGED TEASPOONS, various makers, London 1806-1810; a George III condiment spoon by John Eyre, Sheffield 1812; an Edwardian sifter spoon, Birmingham 1901; and a pair of sugar tongs, Sheffield 1911 (9) £40-80

195. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER DECANTER LABELS for Sherry and Port, by Frederick Brasted, London 1877, another for Maderia, embossed with fruiting vine by Francis Clark, Birmingham 1830; and two silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knives (5) £60-80

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Furniture, Oriental Carpets & Rugs, Works of Art, Grand Tour Artefacts, Bronzes, Clocks, Coins & Tribal Art


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

200. A REGENCY CARVED BONE DIORAMA in the form of an imaginary ruined Abbey with gothic arched fenestration and with obelisk and miniature figures in a naturalistic setting, on a rosewood base and under a glass dome, tower 10cm high, 25cm high overall £500-800

201. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, the upper section with three arch glazed doors enclosing shelving, above three panelled cupboard doors, each centred with a lozenge motif, on plinth base, 152cm wide £400-600

202. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY BRONZE FIGURES, of Mercury and Fortuna, each supported by a mask representative of the wind, on circular socle bases, 71.5cm high overall (2) £600-800

203. AN OAK COCKTAIL CABINET, the divided hinged square top opening to reveal a fully fitted interior, with tantalus fitted with three cut glass decanters and stoppers, a range of glasses, a silver cigar box, a silver cigar cutter and vesta holder, having geometrically panelled sides, on turned legs with ‘H’ stretcher, 119cm wide (open) £200-300

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204. A MID VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT BOX STRUNG AND EBONY BANDED KIDNEY SHAPED LIBRARY DESK, the tooled green leather inset top with pierced brass gallery, above an arrangement of nine drawers with Hobbs and Co. London locks, the back with three curved open shelves, on plinth base, 136cm wide £800-1200

206. ADOLPHE APPIAN (1818-1898) Venetian canal scene, inscribed Appian 1878 within the plate, etching, 14.5 x 24.5cm; another etching by Eugene Bejot - L’Estacade, 18 x 21cm; another etching, depicting a couple embracing beside a tree, indistinctly signed, 16.5 x 10.5cm; and two unframed maps, including a 19th Century aerial plan of Venice (5) £80-150

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205. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH MARQUETRY OVAL TWO TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE, with gilt metal mounts, the top and shaped undertier inlaid with vases of flowers, cups, teapot, plants and other objects, on cabriole legs, 55.5cm wide £250-350

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207. THREE ANTIQUE PAINTED AND CARVED SOFTWOOD DECOY DUCKS, the largest 34.5cm long (3) £100-200

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208. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY MOTHER OF PEARL AND GILT METAL OPERA GLASSES, with adjustable faceted handle, together with a mahogany and inlaid kidney shaped tray, with pierced brass gallery and twin handles, 56.5cm wide (2) £50-80

212. A 19TH CENTURY BRASS POCKET SUNDIAL, with compass by W Watkins, Bristol, in mahogany case, 7.6cm wide £70-100

211. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PALAIS ROYALE MAHOGANY AND INLAID MUSICAL NECESSAIRE, modelled as a grand piano, the interior fitted with a range of mother of pearl accessories, including needle case, thimble, scissors, pen knife, a scent bottle, and cylinder musical movement, the lid inset with a mirror, 29.5cm wide £350-450

213. A 19TH CENTURY BRASS POCKET SEXTANT, with silvered scale by Elliot Brothers, London, the case inscribed ‘G.H. Turner’, 7.5cm wide, in leather outer case £50-80

214. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH EBONISED AND BRASS STRUNG RECTANGULAR BOX, with canted angles, the lid and front inset with oval miniature depicting young girls in garden landscapes, watercolour on ivory, the interior fitted for three scent bottles (lacking), 19.5cm wide £80-120

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210. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY AESTHETIC MOVEMENT EBONISED FOLIO STANDS, the sides with turned spindle supporters on ‘X’ frame end supports with spindle turned ‘X’ stretchers, 65cm wide (2) £700-900

209. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT METAL AND MIRRORED RECTANGULAR SURTOUT DE TABLE, with rounded corners, the galleried border pierced and cast with fruiting vine, on foliate cast feet, 52cm wide £300-400


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

216. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL LACQUERED METAL TABLE LAMP, the shade in the form of three circular ceramic lithophane plaques, 59cm high overall £30-40

217. OXFORD INTEREST: A VICTORIAN CARICATURE SKETCH, entitled ‘The P.....s and their Pro’s’’ en route to the Sheldonian at the ‘Encoenia’ as it would have been preferred by their friends the Undergrads of 1871’ ink and wash on brown paper, 19 x 24cm, framed £40-60

215. A MID 20TH CENTURY TRADITIONAL CANAL BARGE WATER CAN, the galvanized metal tapered can brightly painted with flowers by Frank Nurser (1885-1952), with swing handle, 27.5cm high Inscribed to an old label to the underside ‘Child’s can, painted by Nurser’, along with the name P Ballance. Frank Nurser was a well known canal boat builder and painter. Percy des Carrieres Ballance (1899-1970) was an artist, to whom this can belonged, and it has passed by family descent to the current vendor £70-90

218. N. RICCARDI (19TH/20TH CENTURY) Portrait of an officer in dress uniform, wearing an array of medals and orders, to include the Legion d’Honneur, sash and braids, with wooded parkland to the distance, signed, watercolour and body-colour on ivory, 13.5 x 10.5cm (oval), in enclosed gilt metal mount £100-200

219. PETER TERESZCZUK (1875-1963) A bronze and ivory inkstand, modelled a young shepherd with four sheep, on rectangular base with single lidded inkwell, signed, 28cm long £100-150

220. A BRONZE LIMITED EDITION SCULPTURE, ‘WOLF SPIDER’, on green patinated circular base, created using the lost wax process, No. 1/1, at The Foundry, Ruidoso, New Mexico 2000, 11.5cm wide overall £80-120

221. ROSALIE JOHNSON (b.1933) ‘Fatherhood’, a bronze limited edition sculpture of a penguin, the base numbered 4/25 and dated 1996, 13cm high

222. A 19TH CENTURY SILVER PLATED SCALE MODEL of a Scottish swing plough, 32cm long overall £80-120

223. A ROYAL CROWN DERBY CYLINDRICAL SMALL VASE, with flared rim, decorated in the Imari palette, 6.5cm high £20-30

225. A PAIR OF FRENCH MOTHER OF PEARL VENEERED OPERA GLASSES, with folding handle, 10cm wide; a pair of French folding ‘Mars’ opera glasses, in Leuchars morocco pouch; and a pair of pince-nez (3) £40-60

Provenance: Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London 1996 £200-300

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DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

227. A LATE 19TH CENTURY MINTON PORCELAIN DESSERT SERVICE, each piece painted with a landscape or seascape within gilt heightened turquoise borders, comprising two comports, two fruit bowls and twelve plates, 24cm diameter (16) £300-500

228. AFTER MARIUS-JEAN-AUTONIN MERCIE (FRENCH, 1845-1916) David standing triumphant, 83cm high £100-200

230. A LARGE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PARTNERS DESK, with dark green plain leather inset top, having ten drawers either side, standing on a pedestal base, 106 x 80cm £200-400

229. A GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY FRET FRAMED WALL MIRROR with ho-ho bird crest, 90 x 41cm £70-150

231. A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH WALNUT VENEERED WRITING TABLE, with inlaid top above two drawers on cabriole legs and gilt metal mounts, 110 x 74cm £250-350

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226. A DUTCH WALNUT AND MARQUETRY BOMBÈ BUREAU, circa 1770, in two sections, the fall enclosing a stepped interior of short drawers and pigeon holes around a cupboard door, flanked by pilasters and above a well, the lower section with three shaped long drawers, on claw and ball feet, inlaid with acanthus, scrolls and floral sprigs, 92cm wide. £500-700


DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

232. AN EDWARDIAN SERPENTINE CABINET, front single drawer with flame mahogany and side glass doors, inset inlay and raised upon spade feet, 130 x 96cm £250-350

233. A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH MARQUETRY TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE with floral inlay and having a single frieze drawer and cabriole legs, 64 x 73cm £150-250

234. A MAHOGANY CAMPAIGN FOLD OUT DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, 40cm wide £50-100

238. A 19TH CENTURY FEMALE BLACKAMOOR FIGURE of carved wood holding a cornucopia in casual dress, standing on a hexagonal ebonised plinth with lion mask decoration, 192cm high £600-800

235. AN ANTIQUE HEAVILY CARVED HARDWOOD QURAN STAND, 93cm high £50-100

236. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CANTON VASES, each with panels of courtiers and floral designs, 23cm high £100-200

237. A LARGE WING BACK ARMCHAIR with cream wreath shape pattern upholstery, standing on straight wooden legs and brass castors, 110cm high £70-120

239. A TALL STANDING CONTEMPORARY MALACHITE OBELISK, 93.5cm high £300-500

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240. A LATE 19TH CENTURY QUEEN VICTORIA DIAMOND JUBILEE FLAG depicting the Duke of York, Prince Edward of York, The Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria, framed and glazed, 66 x 76cm £100-150

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242. A LIMESTONE FOSSILIZED FISH, Airpichthys, Lebanon, Cretaceous period set into an ebonised wood backboard and metal frame, 55 x 60cm £150-200

241. A CARVED MARBLE HEAD of Ulysses (Odysseus) after a Roman copy mounted on a stone base, 58cm high including stand £2000-3000 243. A LIMESTONE SET FOSSIL of a reptile skeleton (Discosauriscus) Permian period, 21 x 31cm £300-500

245. AN ANTIQUE WOODEN LIBRARY LADDER with six steps, 172cm high £100-150

246. A VICTORIAN CIRCULAR WINE TABLE with parquetry pattern inlay on an octagonal column and lion paw feet, 51cm wide £100-150

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244. A SET OF TEN PRINTS of Aesop’s Fables after Wenceslaus Hollar, framed and glazed, 22 x 16cm (10) £200-300


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248. AN OAK EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK, the 12” broken arch painted Roman dial with subsidiary seconds and date hands, floral painted with a lady holding game birds to the arch, the hood with plain turned pillars, 202cm high, complete with two iron weights and pendulum £100-200

247. A SHARPS PATENT FOUR BARRELLED DERRINGER HAND GUN, inscribed on the frame ‘Sharps Patent, Tipping & Lawden’ with gutta percha grips in a fitted walnut case, containing loading rod and flat head instrument £400-600

249. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE CARVED BAMBOO WALKING CANE with burr wood handle, the shaft carved with Japanese warriors, 93cm £40-60

250. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY ORIENTAL BRONZE MODEL of a cow and rider playing a fluted instrument, 16cm high £40-60

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252. AN EASTERN CAUCASIAN STYLE RUG with polychrome diagonal stripe decoration within a stylised cross border, 188 x 97cm £50-100

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251. A SET OF FOUR FRENCH GLASS DECANTERS with eight glasses, contained within a fitted walnut veneered case with marquetry decoration and hinged rising lid, 32.5cm wide £150-250

253. AN OLD AFGHAN HORSE COVER OR LARGE SADDLE BAG decorated with a motif of three rows of four guls on a deep red ground, 166 x 116cm £100-200

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254. AN OLD TEKKE RED GROUND RUG with two rows of ‘elephant foot’ guls within a multiple border, 205 x 105cm £100-200

255. AN ANTIQUE PERSIAN, TABRIZ SMALL CARPET with a continuing pattern of dark blue scrolls on a pastoral red ground within a blue ground border, 290 x 200cm £300-500

256. A ZEIGLER DESIGN CARPET with an all over foliate design in pastel colours on a beige ground, 298 x 250cm £100-200

257. A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY STYLE BEECHWOOD FRAME SHEPHERD’S CROOK ARMCHAIRS with fluted supports and tapering legs, upholstered in patterned material, 60cm wide £400-600

259. A GEORGE III DERBYSHIRE SPA BLUE JOHN URN of classical form on a slate mounted pedestal, formally wired as a lamp, 35cm high overall £1500-2500

258. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY FOUR FOLD DRAUGHT SCREEN with green silk panels, approximately 232 x 153cm fully extended; and an Edwardian mahogany and string inlaid three fold screen, 129 x 123cm fully extended (2) £150-250

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260. A LOCK & CO LONDON BLACK SILK TOP HAT, size 7 1/2 in original box £40-60

261. AN ORIENTAL LARGE BRONZE SEAT BUDDHA on a stepped base, 20th Century, 48cm high £50-150

262. A SPELTER FIGURE of a footballer volleying a ball, on marble plinth, 30cm wide £50-70

264. A 20TH CENTURY PERSPEX FIGURE of a diver in trunks with arms outstretched, 58cm high x 45cm wide £50-100

265. A VAL ST. LAMBERT GLASS BOWL in Art Nouveau style moulded with fruit designs, impressed mark, 18cm diameter; and a ‘Old Tupton Ware’ porcelain figure of ‘Poppy’, 31cm high (2) £40-60 263. A BRASS PAPERWEIGHT FIGURE of a footballer upon copper plinth, 9cm high; and a cast iron paperweight in the form of a portly gentleman, 12cm high (2) £40-60

266. A BRONZED DESK ORNAMENT in the form of Dante, 13cm wide; and another similar (2) £40-60

267. A BRONZE FIGURE of a discus thrower, after the Antique, on marble base, 27cm high £60-80

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268. A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE, crossbanded border and tilt-top action on a lotus leaf wrapped baluster column with a triform base and reeded feet, on recessed castors, 130cm wide x 74cm high £400-600

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269. A CHINESE CARVED SOAPSTONE FIGURE of a bearded immortal, with plain belted robes and carrying flags, on carved and pierced stand, 31cm high overall £150-250

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270. A 19TH CENTURY BLUE JOHN URN, of classical form, mounted on a gilt metal circular stand, 22cm high overall £100-200

271. A 19TH CENTURY BLACK SLATE AND PIETRA DURA RECTANGULAR PEN TRAY, 25cm long; other similar pieces comprising a circular dished stand, 23cm, a pair of cylindrical vases with shaped rims, an obelisk, and a rectangular desk weight; together with a marble book form desk weight, and two others (9) £100-200

272. AN ANTIQUE BLACK GLASS TWIN HANDLED FLASK, with yellow and white combed decoration, old repairs, 23cm long £80-120

273. A 19TH CENTURY WHITE METAL SEAL, modelled as an elegant lady, the oval hardstone seal intaglio carved with a cherub, unmarked, 4cm high; another modelled as a young lady with cornucopia, 5.5cm high, another in the form of a male bust, on green hardstone plinth, 5cm, and a silver plated example modelled as a classical male bust, 6.5cm (4) £150-200

274. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY DESK SEALS, comprising a French silver seal with lapis handle, 8cm long (AF), another seal with blue agate handle, an ivory seal carved as a fist and entwined serpent, three small bone handled seals, a steel seal of entwined dolphin form, and a miniature gilt cylindrical seal (8) £200-300

275. A GEORGE III SILVER SNUFF BOX, of slender navette form, with bright cut decoration, maker’s mark only for Samuel Pemberton, circa 1800, 7.5cm long £80-120

276. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER TOPPED RUBY GLASS MINIATURE SCENT BOTTLE, of bullet shaped form, by C.C. May & Sons, Birmingham 1899, 4cm; a silver circular small compact, a silver circular small box, a white metal square small box, and a pair of Chinese white metal mounted hardstone condiment pots (6) £100-150

277. A 19TH CENTURY GILT METAL MOUNTED RECTANGULAR AGATE BOX, with chamfered top, 5cm wide, an agate square small box with white metal mounts, a Victorian tortoiseshell hinged case, a papier maché miniature box inlaid in bone with a hound in a landscape, 4cm, and two other boxes (6) £100-150

278. A COLLECTION OF SEVEN VARIOUS AGATE SMALL BOXES TO INCLUDE: four oval examples, with gilt metal mounts, largest 5.5cm wide, a rectangular blue agate box, another rectangular and a smaller square box (7) £150-200

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279. A 19TH CENTURY AMETHYST AND WHITE AGATE OVAL INKWELL, with hinged cabochon cover, 6cm wide, a desk seal with blue john handle, a small banded agate desk weight, a miniature cornelian oval dish, 5cm, a gilt metal clip, the figural handle with agate inset head, and a hardstone handled paper knife (6) £140-180

282. A 19TH CENTURY CIRCULAR MINIATURE WAX RELIEF PORTRAIT of Goethe, in ebonised frame, 4.5cm wide; a gilt metal and enamel souvenir spoon, the bowl decorated with a portrait of Goethe; a 19th Century circular miniature, painted with a young woman inscribing ‘Souvenir’ to a plaque, with distant ship, in pendant mount, 5cm wide; and another oval miniature portrait (4) £100-150

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285. AN AGATE SPOON, the bowl with stylised carved decoration, 20cm; a horn spoon, with green and mauve stained banded bone handle; two similar tortoiseshell spoons; a horn spoon; a horn knife and fork; and two agate and gilt metal ink pens (9) £200-300

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280. A BRONZE SMALL FIGURE of a cherub, seated upon square section base, 9.5cm high; another bronze small figure of a standing male, on white marble plinth base, 14cm high overall; a bronze female head fragment; and a Spelter figure of a putto (4) £80-120

281. A CHINESE CARVED HARDSTONE FIGURE, of a bird and foliage, 4cm high; a carved amber (untested) two sided warthog figure, 5.5cm; a bone circular netsuke, carved and pierced with Shonlai; a pale green hardstone small dish; and a pink hardstone carving (5) £100-150

283. AN ANTIQUE GREEN PATINATED BRONZE LONG PIN, with bird terminal, 18.5cm long; and three Roman coins (4) £50-80

284. A SMALL COLLECTION OF OBJETS, comprising a Palais Royale gilt metal and mother of pearl small brush, a Wedgwood blue jasper oval plaque, 6cm, a compass in gilt metal circular case, a bone small brush, two engraved brass rectangular plaques, and a 19th Century Continental rectangular box, painted with cavorting figures, masks and scrolling foliage, 18cm wide (7) £100-150

286. A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED CROCODILE SKIN HINGED CASE, the front applied with the name ‘Oscar’, by Henry William Dee, London 1878, 8cm long; together with a further Continental cigarette case, stamped 900; a collection of newspaper cuttings and ephemera relating to Oscar Wilde; and a souvenir book of The Oxford Historical Pageant, 1907 £80-120

287. AN OLD PERSIAN WHITE GROUND RUG with a central blue ground diamond motif within a triple border, 194 x 140cm; and a Belouch wine ground rug with all over hooked motif (2) £30-80

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288. AN EASTERN BRICK RED GROUND RUG with a central geometric pattern within a multi-coloured triple border, 92 x 112cm; and an Afghan red ground rug, 210 x 140cm (2) £30-80

289. AN ANTIQUE PERSIAN, TABRIZ RED GROUND RUG decorated a scrolling design in panels and within a dark blue border, 204 x 135cm £100-200

290. AN OLD PERSIAN BLUE GROUND RUG decorated with two brick red foliate medallions within a wide floor border, 192 x 138cm £70-150

291. A PERSIAN, KASHAN RED GROUND RUG with a central circular rosette medallion within a field of flowers and scrolls and triple border, 208 x 134cm £100-200

292. A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY BOOK STAND with arched brass galleried back and carrying handles on bun feet, labelled Jones & Sons, Dublin, 56cm wide x 23cm deep £100-200

293. A STAUNTON STAINED BOXWOOD CHESS SET in mahogany box with hinged rising lid and chess board £200-300

295. A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILK WORK PANELS of a baluster urn with flowers and spray of summer flowers, 20 x 12cm framed £70-150

296. A VICTORIAN MALACCA WALKING STICK with ivory handle and gilt metal mounts £150-250

294. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER with break arch pediment, thermometer and silvered dial, signed Dubini, 100cm high £100-200

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297. A HAMADAN RUST GROUND LARGE RUG with a central dark blue medallion within a field of trailing flowers and white ground border, 278 x 134cm £100-200

298. A BELOUCH RED GROUND RUG with a continuing pattern of interlocking octagons and a scrolling border, 165 x 94cm £70-120

299. A MOROCCAN, MIDDLE ATLAS, OUJDA CARPET with banded shades of brown and stylistic motifs, c.1950, approximately 320 x 183cm £200-300

300. A GRAND TOUR STYLE ARCHITECTURAL MODEL of the Baptistry of Pisa, on green marble base, 25cm high £200-300

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302. A GRAND TOUR RED MARBLE MODEL of the Lateran Obelisk, each side incised with hieroglyphs and cartouches, 43.5cm high £200-300

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301. A GRAND TOUR ALABASTER MODEL of the Temple of Vespasian and Titus, 39.5cm high £500-700

303. A GRAND TOUR SIENNA MARBLE MODEL of the Column of Marcus Aurelius, with gilt figure seated atop the column incised with figural scenes, 42cm high £400-600


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304. A LATE 19TH CENTURY MICRO MOSAIC PAPERWEIGHT, the scenes of Rome set in black marble, 16.5cm across £300-400

305. A GILT BRONZE MODEL of a Warwick vase, after the Antique, 17cm high x 31cm across £250-350

306. A BRONZE MODEL of a Warwick vase, after the Antique, 27cm high x 44cm across £700-900

307. A GRAND TOUR BRONZE ARCHITECTURAL MODEL of the Temple of Vesta, on Sienna marble base, 13cm high £200-300

308. A GRAND TOUR POTTERY BUST of the Roman Emperor Titus, mounted on marble column and bronze plinth, early 19th Century, the underside etched ‘Dwight Fulham Stoneware’, 26cm high £200-300

309. A GRAND TOUR BRONZE MODEL of a racing chariot, on rectangular Sienna marble base, 22cm high x 33cm long £300-500

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310. EDWARD SHARLAND (1884-1967) The Pantheon, Rome, signed and titled in pencil, etching, 44 x 50cm £100-150

311. A PAIR OF TERRACOTTA MEDICI LIONS, each on a stepped rectangular plinth, 28cm high x 36cm long £200-300

313. A PAIR OF ITALIANATE SMALL BRONZE CAMPANA SHAPED URNS, decocrated with figures of putti, with twin handles, 11cm high £200-300

312. TWO BRONZE FIGURES, AFTER THE ANTIQUE, of Juno and Mars, on turned wooden plinths, Mars 29.5cm high (2) £300-400

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315. A PAIR OF GRAND TOUR BRONZE MEDICI VASES, AFTER THE ANTIQUE, of campana shape with classical figure decoration, 31cm high £700-900

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314. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GRAND TOUR BRONZE CENTAURS KANTHAROS VASES on black marble bases, 21cm high £300-400

316. A PAIR OF GRAND TOUR BRONZE TAZZA URNS with vine shaped twin handles, standing on sienna marble pedestals, 27.5cm high £400-600

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317. AN ANTIQUE ITALIANATE THREE SECTIONAL FOUNTAIN TAZZA on baluster column and circular base, 50cm £300-500

318. A 19TH CENTURY NORTH WEST PERSIAN, SENNEH BLUE GROUND RUG with a central diamond shaped mihrab expanding into a field of multiple boteh within an intricate border, 195 x 132cm £1000-2000

319. A PERSIAN AFSHAR DARK BLUE GROUND RUG with polychrome medallions and multiple border, 161 x 111cm £300-500

320. A 19TH CENTURY NORTH WEST PERSIAN SENNEH DARK BLUE GROUND RUG with a central expanding diamond shaped motif within a field of multiple botehs and a panel of flowers in each corner with triple border, 201 x 133cm £1000-2000

322. A COLLECTION OF REPRODUCTION FAUX ‘BOOK SPINES’ with attachments £50-100

323. A VICTORIAN BRASS GYROSCOPE with attachments and instruments in fitted mahogany case, 28cm high £70-150

321. A PAIR OF ITALIANATE ROUGE MARBLE OBELISKS on sienna marble and slate bases, 39cm high £300-400

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DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019 325. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH OCTAGONAL BRASS SEDAN CHAIR CLOCK, the silvered engine turned Roman dial with winding aperture above centre, moon hands and leaf decorated bezel enclosed by a glazed hinged door, the repeating verge movement signed Gudin, Paris, No.3456, pierced scroll balance cock, hinged door and octagonal suspension loop with decorative key on attached chain and later hanging hook, 10cm wide £150-250

324. DAVID LLOYD GEORGE INTEREST:A SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET hallmarked Sheffield 1912 and inscribed to ‘Nancy on her Wedding from D Lloyd-George, June 1940’ together with a copy of ‘Lloyd George’ A Dairy by Frances Stevenson and a note from Frances to her niece, Nancy Ribton Turner (4) £200-300

327. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK the convex white enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and black Arabic five minutes, Marti drum movement with outside count wheel bell strike, the gilded case with flame and urn finial over rams heads, swags and a pair of urns, bowed base and turned feet, 33cm high £150-250

326. A 20TH CENTURY CARRIAGE TIMEPIECE with white enamel Roman dial inscribed Mappin & Webb Ltd, platform lever escapement and lacquered brass case with reeded pillars, 11.5cm high £30-50

328. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK the gilt dial with blue and white enamel Roman chapters, Raingo drum movement with outside count wheel bell strike and rococo foliate scroll gilded case, 27cm high (lacking pendulum) £100-200

329. A REGENCY MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK of dome topped form, the white enamel dial with Roman Numerals, brass strung decoration and side grilles, ball feet, eight day movement striking on a bell, 47cm high (with handle up) £300-400

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330. A 19TH CENTURY PAPIER MACHÈ TRAY, on later stand, 78 x 62cm £50-100

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331. AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GINGER JAR with crackle glaze and decorated deer and bird amongst foliage, 21.5cm high £100-200

332. A PAIR OF TABLE CANDLESTICKS, each in the form of a deer’s hoof with white metal mount engraved with stag’s head, 40cm high (2) £100-150

333. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR BUTLER’S TRAY, the raised gallery with pierced handles to the sides, 45 x 62cm £100-150

334. A GEORGE III OVAL MAHOGANY TRAY, the centre with flame figured oval panel, 72 x 54cm £100-150

335. AN INDIAN MINIATURE painted with official in white and gilt robes brandishing a sword, inscribed to borders, 25 x 18cm £150-250

336. AN INDIAN HARDWOOD STAND carved in the form of an elephant with ivorine tusks, 20cm overall £300-500

338. A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE JAR, painted with flowering plants, 21cm high £40-60

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337. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY DECANTER COASTER with gadrooned border, brass and turned wooden castors, 24cm diameter £150-250


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339. A CHARLES 11 HALF CROWN, 1670 with another Crown, pierced 1662 (2) £150-250

341. A GEORGE III HALF CROWN 1816, a George III Shilling, 1787, and two George III Sixpences 1787 and 1818 (4) £50-80

340. A GEORGE II SHILLING, 1758, a Sixpence 1731, and another Sixpence 1758 (3) £40-80

342. A GEORGE III TWO PENCE, 1797 with a further 1797 two pence, and an 1807 penny and half penny (4) £40-60

343. AN EDWARD VII MATT PROOF MAUNDY SET, 1902 £40-60

344. A VICTORIA PENNY, 1853, one 1897 Penny, (2) £40-60

345. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA HALF CENT, 1794 £300-500

346. A UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CENT, 1810 £100-200

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347. A GROUP OF FOURTEEN ANCIENT ROMAN BRONZE AND SILVER COINS, all much worn and sold as found £100-200

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350. A SOUTH EAST ASIAN GILT BRONZE TALL FIGURE of a Deity with outstretched palms, 80cm high on plinth £200-300

349. A BENIN STYLE BRONZE FIGURE of a mounted and rearing horse, 80cm high £200-300

351. AN EDWARDIAN, MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID POT CUPBOARD with Arabesque decoration, 41cm wide and a kidney shaped occasional table on fluted tapering legs and brass castors with musical instrument inlaid motif, 63cm wide (2) £100-200

353. BROOKS, LUDGATE STREET, LONDON A VICTORIAN PATINATED BRASS SURVEYOR’S COMPASS, 54” silvered dial, 5 3/4cm diameter £60-100

352. A SET OF T SQUARES by Windsor and Newton, a set of drawing instruments, folding reading table and a set of Reeves card scales (6) £50-100

354. A 19TH CENTURY OIL PORTRAIT of a gentleman, formally dressed in black top coat, oil on canvas, signed A. Verey and dated 1885, 59 x 49cm £100-200

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348. A LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY FRENCH COLIFICHET SILKWORK EMBROIDERED PANEL, depicting Saint Catherine, the figure holding a lily, within oval border of stylised scrolling foliage, wink ink title below to both sides, 21 x 17cm, glazed £100-200


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355. AFTER A.S. WORTLEY, an oleographic print of W.G. Grace, Limited Edition, 250/500, framed, 59 x 51cm together with three old framed newspapers £40-60

356. AN ANTIQUE COLOURED MAP entitled ‘Li Palatinati di Wilna, Troki, Inflant’ by Rizzi Zanoni Venice 1781, 51 x 31cm, framed and a reproduction of Saxton’s Map of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, framed (2) £30-50

357. A METAL PAPERWEIGHT in the form of a bust of the Duke of Wellington on a gun metal cylindrical plinth, 10cm high £50-80

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358. A FINE 19TH CENTURY PLASTER MODEL of the Martyr’s Memorial in St Giles, Oxford, thought to be by Richard Day Junior after the drawings of Scott and Moffatt, approximately 71cm high under a glass dome on an ebonised plinth £700-900

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359. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY HEREZ COUNTRY HOUSE RUNNERS with an all over continuing polychrome pattern within a multiple border, slight differences, approximately 525 x 90cm (2) £1200-1600

360. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY ALTIMETER with steel dial, brass case by Wheeler in outer leather case £50-80

361. AN ISLAMIC POLYCHROME POTTERY SQUARE TILE decorated a bird on a branch, 21cm; and another black and white tile with central rosette, 20cm (2) £70-90

362. A NORTH AFRICAN STONE AXE HEAD, 20cm long £70-120

363. AN ANTIQUE, POSSIBLY ANCIENT, EGYPTIAN AMULET, of a trussed Ox, 3cm long £40-60

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PROFESSOR BARBARA HARRELL-BOND MBE (7 November 1932 - 11 July 2018) Professor Barbara Harrell-Bond was both a University of Oxford academic and a world-renowned anthropologist. Unusual for a female academic at the time, she did her early doctoral research in Sierra Leone in the 1960s, returning to live there with her young family to conduct later field research. While many of the artefacts being sold by Mallams, including the Nomoli,Bundu masks, were collected there she also travelled extensively throughout the Congo and Eastern Africa where she lived and researched until her death last year. The Oxford Library Sale offers asample of her collection.

364. A MENDE ‘BUNDU’ HELMET MASK, SIERRA LEONE, carved wood with a high gloss ebonised finish, high three sectioned coiffure and scratched carved scarification marks to face, 37cm high

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Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara Harrel-Bond MBE £200-300

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365. A MENDE ‘BUNDU’ HELMET MASK, SIERRA LEONE, carved wood with a ribbed neck, scratched carving braided and single top knot hair, 41cm high Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara Harrel-Bond MBE £300-500

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366. A MENDE ‘BUNDU’ HELMET MASK, SIERRA LEONE, carved wood with a circular top knot and lobed coiffure, ribbed neck with beaded scarification marks, 39cm high Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara Harrel-Bond MBE £200-300

367. A MENDE ‘BUNDU’ HELMET MASK, SIERRA LEONE, carved wood with a crown shaped headdress, 42cm high Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara Harrel-Bond MBE £150-250

368. A MENDE ‘BUNDU’ HELMET MASK, SIERRA LEONE, carved wood, wide in shape, scratched coiffure with single top knot, ribbed neck including a snake motif, 43cm high Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara Harrel-Bond MBE £200-300

370. TWO SIERRA LEONE SMALL STANDING NOMOLI CARVED STONE, tallest 24cm (2)

Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara HarrelBond MBE £150-250

Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara HarrelBond MBE £100-200

371. A WEST AFRICAN SMALL CARVED WOODEN STOOL, scratch work decoration, 21cm high and another headrest together with a mancala gaming board (3) Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara HarrelBond MBE £100-150

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369. TWO SIERRA LEONE LARGE STANDING NOMOLI CARVED STONE, tallest 26cm (2)


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373. A BELGIAN COLONY PAINTING of a prisoner camp, signed ‘Kumbuani’, oil on board, 38 x 67cm Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara Harrel-Bond MBE £50-150

372. TWO POSSIBLY MEXICAN POTTERY FIGURES with material decoration, largest 24cm Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara Harrel-Bond MBE £40-60

375. A MILLEFIORI NECKLACE comprising of thirty seven Venetian murano trade beads, 41cm long, plus another tribal necklace and a small bronzed African buckle (3)

374. A SMALL COLLECTION OF TRIBAL JEWELLERY including a North African white metal necklace, another necklace, four rings and a heavy bracelet (7) Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara Harrel-Bond MBE £150-200

376. A ZULU NECKLACE with alternating rows of white, red and blue beads £100-150

377. A GROUP OF FOUR WEST AFRICAN BENIN BRONZES including standing figures and bell shape bronzes, tallest 35cm (4) £150-250

379. A MARKA MASK, MALI AFRICA, 29cm long £100-200

380. A DAYAK BORNEO WOODEN CEREMONIAL CONTAINER with carved hornbill stopper, an ancester face and incised designs, 22cm high £100-200

Provenance: From the estate of Professor Barbara HarrelBond MBE £80-120

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378. A GANDHARA PAKISTAN STONE CARVED PANEL of worshippers at the tomb of the Buddha, 1st-4th Century AD, purchased in Peshawar 1967, 24cm long (damaged and repaired) £150-250

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381. A BATAK JAVA INDONESIA WOOD FIGURE of a man with a lizard on his head and mounted on a horse, 20cm high £100-150

383. A JAVANESE INDONESIA SILK NATURAL DYED CLOTH with silver brocade, 171 x 107cm £70-120

382. A BATAK JAVA INDONESIA HORN HANDLE carved as an ancestor, 7.5cm long £60-80

384. A RAMU RIVER COAST NEW GUINEA SMALL ANCESTOR MASK of the type carried by adult initiated men, 20cm long £100-200

385. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ALABASTER POT, 9cm wide (restoration to the rim) £100-200

386. TWO SMALL GREEN STONE POLISHED AXES, possibly South American (2) £90-120

387. A NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN FLINT SPEAR HEAD, 9cm long £70-120

388. TWO SOUTH AFRICAN ZULU BEADWORK PANELS, 65cm long £70-120

389. A TIBETAN SILVER EARRING with turquoise, coral and glass inlaid stones with a chain £90-120

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DAY ONE, 25TH SEPTEMBER 2019

390. A TURKOMAN IRON WOMAN’S SILVER TALISMAN CHARM AND CHAIN with a Ceylon cornelian insert £80-120

391. AN EGYPTIAN SILVER BRACELET with Ottoman tughra silver marks £80-120

392. A NECKLACE OF ANTIQUE CARNELIAN BEADS £60-80

394. A COLLECTION OF SIXTEEN ABORIGINAL PRINTS, dot work type including reptile shapes and masks, 77.5 x 52cm (16) £50-100

395. A PAIR OF NORTH AFRICAN TUAREG (SAHARA) ARM SWORDS with cross shape hilts and leather scabbards £50-150

396. AN AFRICAN, GABON FANG TRIBAL MASK, carved wood with white pigments, 47cm high £50-100

397. A WEST AFRICAN HORNED HELMET from the Konkomba people with plant fibre, leather and broad cloth decorated with cowrie shells, 55cm high £150-250

400. AN OAK RECTANGULAR PEDESTAL LIBRARY DESK fitted an arrangement of drawers to front and rear with brass swan neck handles and moulded edge, early 19th Century with later alterations, 137cm wide, 78cm deep £300-500

401. A WILLIAM IV BERGERE LIBRARY CHAIR with scroll arms, cane back and on fluted tapering forelegs, 56cm wide £200-300

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393. TWO OCEANIC CARVED WOODEN PADDLES, 159cm long with incised bird like creature grip, a Zulu dance wand with beaded design, and a large wooden shovel (4) £50-150

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403. A MAHOGANY TWO SECTION OPEN FRONT BOOKCASE fitted four adjustable shelves on bracket feet, 138cm wide x 107cm high £70-150

405. A GEORGE III CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY PIECRUST OCCASIONAL TABLE with snap top and on baluster central column tripod base and claw and ball feet, 73cm diameter £150-250

407. A HEREZ RED GROUND CARPET with all over polychrome geometric designs within a wide border, 390 x 293cm £300-500

404. A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR THREE TIER DUMB WAITER with baluster turned supports, 110cm wide x 109cm high £150-250

406. A MAHOGANY OPEN FRONT BOOKCASE fitted two adjustable shelves on bracket feet, 122cm wide x 100cm high £70-150

408. AN OLD TURKOMAN, YOMUD, DARK RED GROUND MAIN CARPET with a continuing pattern of hooked motifs within a triple border £200-400

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402. A MAHOGANY OPEN FRONT BOOKCASE fitted three adjustable shelves on bracket feet, 91cm wide x 109cm high £70-150


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410. AN OLD HAMADAN BLUE GROUND HALL CARPET, the central panel with a polychrome design of guls and within a multiple border, 535 x 180cm £300-500

409. AN EASTERN NARROW RUNNER, the central pattern of ten interlinked diamond medallions within a hooked border, 410 x 62cm £100-200

411. AN OLD HAMADAN BLUE GROUND RUNNER, the central pattern decorated with a design of pastel flowers within pale blue border, 486 x 100cm £200-400

412. A PAIR OF TURKISH GREEN GROUND RUNNERS, each with a simple design of summer flowers on a trellis, 350 x 94cm approximately (2) £200-4000

413. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CIRCULAR BREAKFAST TABLE on ring turned column and four splay legs terminating in brass feet and castors, 122cm wide x 69cm high £200-400

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414. AN EDWARDIAN ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY INLAID ARMCHAIR with musical instrument decoration, upholstered back and seat and on cabriole legs, 55cm wide £100-200

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415. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE constructed in four sections and fitted an arrangement of adjustable shelves enclosed by eight glazed doors with gothic glazing bars and Prince of Wales feather ornament, with dentil cornice and on moulded bracket feet, 245cm wide x 234cm high £1500-2500

416. A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY, POSSIBLE COLONIAL, ARMCHAIRS, each with a bowed cane back and overstuffed seats with boxwood line inlay, fluted arms and sabre forelegs, 56cm and 57cm wide (2) £300-500

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Mallams

1788

THE

HOUSE& GARDEN SALE

Monday 7 October At 11am ABINGDON

To include: Decorative Furniture & Works of Art, Sculpture, Paintings, Textiles, Architectural Elements and Garden Ornament.

On view the Friday, Saturday and Sunday before. For viewing times and catalogue please see mallams.co.uk Telephone: (01235) 462840 Email: abingdon@mallams.co.uk


Day 2 Thursday 26th September 2019


DAY TWO, 26TH SEPTEMBER 2019

PROFESSOR ERIC GERALD STANLEY (19 October 1923 – 20 June 2018) Eric Gerald Stanley, Rawlinson & Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon at the University of Oxford, from 1975, was an outstanding figure even among experts in Old English. Fellow of Pembroke College, longtime editor of the Oxford scholarly journal, Notes & Queries, and an active contributor to the Oxford English Dictionary for more than half a century, Professor Stanley was an elegant figure with a dedication to his field, and a vast private library to match.

Fine Antiquarian Books from the Library of the Late Professor Eric Stanley (Part One)

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501. GRUNER, Lewis, Fresco Decorations Stuccoes of Churches and Palaces in Italy during the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, London 1844, John Murray, 46 lithograph plates, many finely coloured, decorative title page, gilt edges, large Fo, (580 x 480mm), half gold tooled red morocco, scuffed and bumped, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £800-1,200

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502. ADAM, Robert (1728-1792) Ruins of the Palace of The Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia, London 1764, 61 numbered plates after F Bartalozzi, Santini, Walker, F Zucchi and others, some folding and double page, Fo, (570 x 400mm), edges stained and torn, marbled boards, leather spine loose, Joseph Pickford and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £3000-5000

503. BELCHER, John and MACARTNEY, Mervyn E., Later Renaissance Architecture in England, 2 vols. numerous plates, Batsford London 1901, 1/2 red tooled, red morocco and red cloth boards, loose binding, scuffed and bumped, Fo, (490 x 360mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £100-200

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504. COTMAN, John Sell (1782-1842) Architectural Antiquities of Normandy with Historical and Descriptive Notices by Dawson Turner, 2 vols in one, printed in London 1822 for John and Arthur Arch Cornhill and J.S. Cotman, Yarmouth, 100 plates, gold tooled red morocco with John Frederick Earl of Cawdor armorial, Fo, (490 x 350mm), bumped and scuffed, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £300-500

505. BOOTH, John (Pub)/CLARKE, Charles, Architectura Ecclesiastica Londini or a Graphical Survey of the Cathedral, Collegiate and Parochial Churches in London, Southwark and Westminster with 122 plates from drawings by John Coney, George Shepherd etc., London 1820, marbled end papers and boards, half red morocco, Fo, (480 x 310mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £200-400

506. CREENY, The Rev. W.F., A Book of Fac-Similes of Monumental Brasses of the Continent of Europe, Norwich/London 1884, numerous plates, decorative boards, loose, scuffed, Fo, sold as found, plus European Brasses by A.C. Bouquet, Batsford London 1967, Fo. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £50-100

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507. BARTOLI, Pietro Santi (1635-1700), 2 Vols. Admiranda Romanarum Antiquitatum AC Veteris Sculpturae Vestigia, Rome 1693, 83 plates (73/74, 75/76 misbound), vellum bound, red title oblong, Fo. (510 x 390mm), John Cator and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps and a further undated volume of 81 plates, full ‘burr’ leather, tooled spine oblong, Fo. (490 x 360mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £1000-2000

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508. BELLORI, Giovanni Pietro (1635-1700), Veteres Arcus Augustorum Triumphis Insignes, Rome 1690, c.50 plates, some double page, with dedication plate, portrait of Cardinal Petro Otthoboni wearing mozzetta and biretta, flanked by Neptune and Minerva after Pietro Locatelli c1689, uncut paper, marbled boards worn and torn, Fo. (520 x 365mm), sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £250-400

509. BELLORI, Giovanni Pietro and DE LA CHAUSSE, Michel Ange, Picturae Antiquae Cryptarum Romanarum et Sepulcri Nasonum, Rome 1750, with c94 plates with appendix and index, uncut paper marbled boards worn and torn, Fo. (520 x 400mm), sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £300-500

510. BARTOLI, Pietro Santi (1635-1700), Antiquissimi Virgiliani Codicis Fragmenta et Picturae ex Bibliotheca Vaticana, Rome 1741, c56 plates with frontispiece and dedication page to Pope Benedicto XIIII, uncut paper, marbled boards, torn and bumped, Fo. (440 x 310mm), sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £300-500

511. BARTOLI, Pietro Santi (1635-1700), Le Antiche Lucerne Sepolcrali Figurate, Rome 1729, c116 plates in three parts, small Fo. (370 x 255mm), uncut paper, marbled boards, torn and bumped, sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p plus BARTOLI, Pietro Santi, Gli Antiche Sepolcri Ovvero Mausoleri Romani ed Estruschi, Rome 1728, 110 plates, small Fo. (370 x 260mm), marbled boards, torn and bumped, sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £300-500

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512. BARTOLI, Pietro Santi and DE ROSSI, Gio. Giacomo , Colonna Traina Eretta dal Senato e Popolo Romano... with dedication page to Louis IV and 119 full and double page plates plus two unnumbered with ‘explanation’ and index, undated but c1680/90 oblong Fo. (380 x 460mm), vellum boards with banded spine, painted title and device, bumps and stains, sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £700-900

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513. BELLORI, Giovanni Pietro and BARTOLI, Pietro Santi, Columna Cochlis, M. Aurelio Antonio Augusto Dicata... with dedication page by Fransiscus Aquila to Pope Clementis XI, Rome 1704, 77 plates plus 3 unnumbered, oblong Fo. (380 x 460mm), vellum boards, painted title and device, corners bumped, stains etc., Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £400-600

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514. BELLORI, Giovanni Pietro (1635-1700), Veteres Arcus Augustorum Triumphis Insignes, Rome 1690, c50 plates, some double page, with dedication page, portrait of Cardinal Petro Otthoboni wearing mozzetta and biretta flanked by Minerva and Neptune after Pietro Locatelli c1689, gold tooled brown calf with banded spine and title, worn and bumped, stains, Fo. (490 x 320mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £250-400

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515. GONNELLI, Guiseppe and GOZZINI, Vincenzo, Monumenti Sepolcrali della Toscana Firenze 1819 with numerous plates and 106pp, marbled boards, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, small Fo. (385 x 270mm) £50-100

516. HALTAUS, Christiani Gottlob, Glossarium Germanicum Mediiaevi, 2 vols in one, Gleditsch Leipzig 1758, later full leather with banded spine and gold tooled title, small Fo. (360 x 232mm) £40-80

517. URRY, John (1666-1715), Literary Editor and Medieval Scholar, Alumnus Christchurch Oxford, The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, compared with the many Former Editions and many valuable MSS together with a glossary by a Student of the Same College, printed for Bernard Lintot Temple Gates, London 1721 with portrait engraving of Urry by N Pigné and further portrait of Chaucer by Vertue, small Fo. (400 x 260mm), full gold brown calf, torn bumped and worn, Sir William Geary b/p and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £100-200

518. STAERK DOM, Antonio, ‘Les Manuscrits Latins du Ve au XIIIe SiËcle Conserves a la Bibliothéque Impériale de Saint Petersburg, 2 loose bound volumes 1910, (366 x 280mm) plus HOLYOKE, Thomas ‘A Large’ Dictionary in three parts (English before Latin/Latin before English/Proper Names), London 1677, full contemporary leather, small Fo. (380 x 240mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (3) £70-150

520. SCHERZIUS, Johannis Georgius, Glossarium Germanicum Medii Aevi Potissium Dialecti Suevicae Edidit..., J.J. Oberlinus, Argentorati (Strasbourg) 1781/84, 2 vols, full brown calf with tooled spine and red and green labels, rubbed and bumped, Fo. (370 x 232mm), Henry Drummond Albury Park b/p and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £150-250

521. WHITAKER, Thomas Dunham, The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven in the County of York, 3rd Edition, Joseph Dodgson, Leeds and Cassell Petter & Galpin, London 1878, marbled end papers, full tooled leather with banded spine. Fo. (360 x 290mm), corners bumped, worn, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £50-100

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519. DU FRESNE, Charles, Sieur du Cange (1610-1688) Historian and Philologist, Glossarium ad Scriptores Mediae and Infimae Graecitatis, Lyon 1688, 2 vols in one, engraved title page, contemporary full calf with tooled and banded spine, Fo. (380 x 260mm), bumps/chips etc., sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £150-250


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522. DUGDALE, Sir William, Monasticon Anglicanum, A History of The Abbies and Other Monastries....in England and Wales. A New Edition enriched by John Caley, Sir Henry Ellis and The Rev. Bulkeley Bandinel (Former Keeper at the Bodleian Library), London 1846, James Bohn, 6 vols in 8, light brown cloth with red title. Fo. (385 x 265mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £200-300

524. RASK, Rasmus Kristian (1787-1832), Danish Linguist and Philologist, A group of six titles to include: (a) ‘A Grammar of the Danish Language’ Copenhagen 1830, blue card with tears (b) Angelsaksisk Sproglaere, Stokholm 1817, full tooled brown calf with Francis Egerton armorial and marbled end papers (c) Frisisk Sproglaere, Copenhagen 1825, faded purple cloth, gilt title (d) Lappisk Sproglaere, Copenhagen 1832, brown cloth, gilt title (e) THORPE, Benjamin, A Grammar of The Anglo-Saxon Tongue from the Danish of Erasmus Rask, Tr¸bner, London 1865, green cloth, gold title (f) THORPE, Benjamin and RASK, Erasmus, A Grammar of The Anglo-Saxon Tongue with a Praxis by Erasmus Rask, New Ed. Copenhagen 1830, marbled and green cloth boards all 8 vo. and with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p. sold as found, bumps, stains and scratches (6) £200-400

523. WALKER, John (1732-1807) AND SHERIDAN, Thomas (1719?-1788) 18TH CENTURY ORTHOEPIST, ‘A Vocabulary of Such Words in the English Language as are of Dubious or Unsettled Accentuation’, London 1797. Francis Pierrepoint Barnard b/p so signed, 1/2 calf, marbled boards, 8vo. (220 x 140mm) plus BAXTER, William, Glossarium Antiquitatum Britannicarum, London 1719, 8vo. full calf, loose plus BOSWORTH, Rev. J, The Elements of Anglo-Saxon, Grammar, London 1823, full ‘burr’ calf with tooled spine, splits and bumps. 8vo. all with Eric Gerald Stanley B/p (3) £70-150

525. BILDERDIJK, W, Geslachtlijst der Nederduitsche Naamwoorden, Amsterdam 1822, 2 vols, marbled boards plus JANSON, Baldwin, A Grammar of the Dutch Language dedicated to the Duchess of York, London 1792, tooled red morocco plus 2 associated titles. 4to. some with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, all over wear (5) £50-100

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526. LAMBARDE, William (1536-1601) English Antiquarian, Archaimonia, Sive de Priscis Anglorum Legibus Libri... John Day, London 1568 with folding map of the Seven Kingdoms of Anglo Saxon Britain attributed to Lawrence Nowell, corrections to the translation thought to be in Lambord’s hand see Fo. 26, later bound in marble boards with tooled calf spine entitled Anglo Saxon Laws 1568. 4to. (195 x 145mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £800-1200

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527. RAWLINSON, Christopher (1677-1733) English Antiquary and alumnus of The Queen’s College Oxford, Consolation of Philosophy by Boethius, Saxon Text in Junian Font... Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford 1698 with portrait engraving after Van Dyk 198pp with errata later, calf bound for the Society of Writers to Her Majesty’s Signet with gilt device and red title. 8vo. (220 x 145mm), bumps and splits, Society b/p and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p; together with seemingly JOHN BOSWORTH own copy of the book with the first 18 pages in manuscript form with note of indebtedness from J.B. to J.S. Cardale Dsq dated 2/9/1822, 8vo. (230 x 150mm), marbled boards, 1/2 calf, red title damaged (2) £300-500

528. RAWLINSON, Christopher (1677-1733), Grammatica Anglo-Saxonica ex Hickesiano Linguarum Septentrionalium Thesauro Excerpta, printed at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford 1711, 48pp with errata, red and black title page with engraving of the Sheldonian Theatre, later marbled boards with tooled title, 8vo. (200 x 130mm), William Bliss b/p and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £70-150

529. ABBAS, Aelfricus, ‘A Saxon Treatise Concerning The Old and New Testament. Written about the Time of King Edgar (700 years ago) by Aelfricus Abbas thought to be the same that was afterward Archibishop of Canterburie’ published by William L’Isle of Wilburgham and printed by John Haviland for Henrie Seile, London 1623, full ‘burr’ leather with tooled spine and red title 8vo. (194 x 150mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p plus ELLIOT, Robert, ‘A Specimen of the Bishop of Sarum’s Posthumous History of the Affairs of the Church and State of Great Britain... 3rd Ed. c1715, marbled board, sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £70-150

530. WACKERBARTH, Francis Diederich, ‘Music and The Anglo-Saxons being Some Account of The Anglo-Saxon Orchestra’, Pickering, London 1837. 46pp marbled end papers and boards, tooled calf spine. 8vo. 228 x 145mm plus THORPE, Benjamin, The Anglo-Saxon Version of The Story of Apollinus of Tyre, Arch, London 1834, red morocco, (190 x 125mm) plus 2 associated titles (4) £40-80

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531. NARES, Robert (1753-1829) English Clergyman and Philologist, ‘Elements of Orthoepy’ printed in London for T Payne 1784, marbled edges, gilt tooled, full calf, red title. 8vo. (212 x 135mm) plus ‘Several’ Letters which passed between Dr George Hicks and a Popish Priest... London 1705, ex Ely Cathedral Library, full tooled calf. 8vo. plus GROSE, Francis, ‘A Provincial Glossary’, London 1787, full calf, red title, 8vo. plus HOLMES, John, ‘The Art of Rhetoric’, London 1739, red and black title page, full calf. 8vo. splits, bumps and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p on all (4) £70-150

532. ELOCUTION AND ETYMOLOGY - FOUR TITLES:(a) WALKER, John (1732-1807) Elements of Elocution 2 vols. London 1781. Full ‘burr’ calf with red and green title. 8vo. (215 x 140mm) (b) GROSE, Francis, Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue. 2nd Ed. London 1788, Espinasse b/p. 8vo. half leather, red title, marbled boards (c) SHERIDAN, Thomas, A Course of Lectures on Elocution.. New Ed. London 1787. binding loose. 8vo. marbled boards (d) CROMBIE, The Revd. Alexander, The Etymology and Syntax of The English Language, London 1802, full brown calf with gilt tooled title. 8vo. (218 x 135mm) all with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (5) £100-200

533. BILDERDIJK, Willem, Verklarende Geslachtlijst der Hederduitsche Naamwoorden, 3 vols. Immerzeel Junior, Amsterdam 1832, marbled boards, 8vo. and Verhandeling Over de Geslachten der Naamwoorden, Doll, Amsterdam 1805, marbled boards, tooled leather spine, 8vo. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (4) £40-60

534. COOPER, C.P. ‘Report on the New Edition of Rymer’s Foedera’, A Chronological catalogue in 2 vols plus 3 vols of appendices, brown boards with handwritten titles. 8vo, (265 x 165mm), overall wear, splits etc., together with correspondence including a letter from the author to L.H. Petit dated 19/12/1837, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (5) £70-150

536. HICKS, George (1642-1715) Bishop of the nonjuring Church of England and Antiquary, Institutiones Grammaticae Anglo-Saxonicae et Moeso-Gothicae, Oxford Sheldonian Theatre 1689 in Juanian Font, title page with engraving of the Sheldonian Theatre, 182pp plus index, errata and addenda, later bound in tooled purple calf by Goodwin Bakewell with marbled end papers and black title, 8vo, (230 x 172mm), faded and stained, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £200-300

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535. CASAUBON, Méric (1599-1671) De Quatuor Linguis Commentattonis pars Prior: Quae de Lingua Hebraica et de Lingua Saxonica, printed by F Flesher and published by Ric Mynne, St Paul’s 1650, Thomas Llewellyn b/p, later full leather with damaged spine. 8vo. (175 x 115mm) £50-100

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539. SHERIDAN, Thomas, A General Dictionary of the English Language... 2vols, London 1780, full calf, banded spine and tooled title. 4to. (260 x 210mm) plus THOMSON, John, Etymons of English Words, Edinburgh 1826, Oliver & Boyd, rebound. 4to plus LEMON, The Revd George William, English Etymology or a Derivative Dictionary of the English Language from Greek, Latin, Saxon and other Northern Tongues, printed for G Robinson, London 1783. 4to. marbled boards, 1/2 calf with banded spine, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (4) £50-100

541. ELSTOB, Elizabeth (1683-1756) Anglo-Saxon Scholar and ‘Feminist’ An English-Saxon Homily on the Birth-Day of St Gregory, London, W Bowyer 1709 with engraved frontispiece and vignette 8vo. (225 x 140mm), full calf boards loose, red title, plus a further copy with modern brown cloth, rebind and black title, (230 x 150mm) (2) £50-100

538. KING AELFRED’S OROSIUS, The Anglo-Saxon Version together with an English Translation by Daines Barrington (1727-1800) printed in London by W Bowyer and J Nichols 1773 with fold out map of Europe by J Bayly, untrimmed paper, rebound with marbled boards and tooled spine. 8vo. (235 x 150mm) £100-200

540. INGRAM, The Revd J, The Saxon Chronicle with an English Translation and Notes, Critical and Explanatory, London 1823, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown with 3 fold map, vellum boards, 4to. (278 x 226mm) plus CONYBEARE, John Josias & William Daniel, Illustrations of Anglo-Saxon Poetry, Harding and Lepard, Pall Mall London 1826. 4to. (285 x 226mm), full tooled calf with armorial device and rebound spine, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £70-150

542. SINGER, S.W. (Trans) The Departing Soul’s Address to the Body, A fragment of a Semi-Saxon Poem... Hansard London 1845, marbled board loose, (230 x 150mm) plus 2 copies of GWILT, Joseph, Rudiments of Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon Tongue... Pickering London 1829, green cloth, stamps and splits plus ELSTOB, Elizabeth, An Anglo-Saxon Homily on St Gregory’s Day. New Ed. Pickering London 1839, white boards and IBBETSON, J. ‘Three Dissertations’ 2nd Ed. Faulder London 1782, binding loose with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (5) £50-100

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537. A 17TH CENTURY BOOK OF PSALMS IN ANGLO-SAXON AND LATIN, Psalterium Davidis Latino-Saxonicum Vetus A Johanne Spelmanno D Hen Fil Editum, London R Badger for Stephen & C. Meredith, St Paul’s 1640, back pages defaced and owners’ inscriptions, old restoration of binding, full calf, red title, sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p. 8vo. (225 x 175mm) £200-400


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543. LAMBARD, William (1536-1601) English Antiquarian, A Perambulation of Kent, 1st Ed. title with typographic border, full page map, slight cut of Heptarchy, London Ralphe Newberie 1576, old rebind with marbled end papers, full brown calf with red title, losses to spine, bumps etc. 4to. (179 x 130mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £300-400

544. LAMBARD, William, A Perambulation of Kent, 2nd Ed, the damaged title page with typographic border, full page map of Heptarchia and with dedication to M Thomas Wotton Esq. printed in London by Edmund Bollifant 1596, full calf, gilt tooled and banded spine with red label. 4to. (190 x 140mm), armorial b/p and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £200-300

545. THWAITES, Edward (c1661-1711) English Anglo Saxon Scholar, The Queens College Oxford, Heptateuchus Liber Job et Evangelium Nicodemi Anglo-Saxonice. Historiae Judith Fragmentum Dano-Saxonice, printed at the Sheldonian Theatre Oxford 1598, Junian font, marbled boards, banded spine with red title, owners sigs., bindings loose, scuffed and bumped. 4to. (230 x 146mm) plus BRUNEY, Robert, Printer ‘A Restitution of Decayed Intelligence in Antiquities’ Antwerp 1605 with red and black title and vignette, full tooled calf. 4to. (185 x 130mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £300-500

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546. HENDERSON, Ebenezer, Iceland or The Journal of a Residence in That Island During the Years 1814/1815... 2 vols. Oliphant Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh 1818 with map and engravings, 1/2 calf marbled boards, 4to. (220 x 135mm), splits and bumps, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £50-100

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547. HARRIS, James, ‘Philological Inquiries in Three Parts’, Nourse London 1781 with portrait engraving, full calf, red title, 4to. (202 x 140mm) plus ASH, John, The New and Complete Dictionary of The English Language... 2 vols, Dilly London 1775, full calf. 4to. plus five 18th Century associated Dictionaries/Glossaries etc (8) £70-150

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548. OROSIUS, Faustus, The Anglo Saxon from The Historian Orosius by Aelfred The Great with English Translation, printed by Bowyer and Nichols London 1773, full calf, red title, m/s Saxon alphabet on end paper. Dovaston b/p and sig. on title page. 4to. (210 x 135mm) plus seven Anglo-Saxon related reference books (8) £70-150

549. FRIDERICO, Joanne, Lexicon Latinae Linguae Antibarbarum, Venice 1763 in fine gilt tooled contemporary binding with armorial. 8vo. (179 x 114mm) plus PORNY, Mr, French Master at Eton College, Grammatical Excercises English and French, London 1771, (170 x 105mm) plus 10 further associated titles, some German (12) £40-80

550. SMITH, Richard, Bishop of Chalcedon, Florum Historiae Ecclesiasticae Gentis Anglorum...Parisiis. Fredericum Leonard 1654, title printed in red and black, full calf, gilt titles small Fo. (350 x 230mm) plus FORTESCUE, Sir John, De Laudibus Legum Angliae with Notes by Selden and printed by Nutt & Gosling in the Savoy 1737, full calf, 325 x 220mm plus PARKER, M, Archbishop of Canterbury, Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum Quos Collegio Corp. Chr. Cambridge 1777. 4to. (280 x 220mm), 1/2 calf, marbled boards with device plus INGRAM, Anglo Saxon Literature Oxford 1807. 4to. some Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, all bumped and worn, sold as found (4) £70-150

551. A COLLECTION OF 6 18TH/19TH CENTURY TITLES, EARLY NORWEGIAN, ICELAND, SCOTTISH POETRY ETC. VIS: (a) JOHNSTONE, Rev James/STURLSON, Snorro, Anecdotes of Olav The Black, King of Man, and The Hebridian Princes of the Somerled Family 1780, blue paper covers, (230 x 150mm), torn and stained (b) COTTLE, A.S. Icelandic Poetry of The Edda of Saemund, Bristol 1797, rebound in full brown calf with red/black titles, (215 x 135mm) (c) JOHNSTONE, Rev. James Lodbrokar-Quida or The Death-Song of Lodbrog 1782, blue paper covers, (190 x 120mm), torn and stained (d) JOHNSTONE, Rev. James, The Norwegian Account of Haco’s Expedition Against Scotland AD MCCLXIII printed in 1782 blue card boards with new spine, (225 x 160mm) (e) BERESFORD, Rev. James, ‘The Song of the Sun’, A poem of the 11th Century from the more Ardent Icelandic Collection called the Edda, London 1805, full hatched calf with gilt edge, (215 x 135mm) (f) JOHNSTONE, Rev. James, Antiquitates Celto-Scandicae Havniae (Copenhagen?) 1786, 4to. (250 x 195mm), James Smith Jordanhill and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p marbled boards, restored spine all with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (6) £150-250

552. TROIL, Uno Von, ‘Letters on Iceland Containing Observations...made during a voyage undertaken in the Year 1772 by Joseph Banks Esq...’, printed in London 1780 with fold out map and engraving of a geyser, full calf, restored black title, 8vo. (215 x 135mm) plus Northern Antiquities or a Description of the Manners, Customs Religion and Laws of the Ancient Danes. 2 vols. London 1770, full calf splits and bumps. 8vo. (213 x 140mm), each with b/p for John Lewis Boissier and Eric Gerald Stanley (3) £100-200

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553. BARRINGTON, Daines, English Lawyer, Antiquary and Naturalist, Miscellanies including The History of The Gwedir Family by Sir John Wynne with Portrait, printed in London by J Nichols 1781. A collection of essays by Barrington including Mozart (with portrait engraving) on the Possibility of Reaching the North Pole, Natural History, Journal of a Voyage in 1775 by Maurelle to explore the Coast of America, with map, plus genealogical tables and map of Europe, 4to. (280 x 225mm), marbled end papers and edges, half tooled calf with double black titles and hatched red cloth (NB: A pencil note states that this book was bought at Sotheby’s Chester, October 1980, Library of Wynne Family £200-400

554. MASTERS, Robert, The History of the College of Corpus Christi and the B. Virgin Mary (commonly called Benet) in the University of Cambridge, Cambridge 1753 with engraved armorial on frontispiece and numerous engravings within marbled boards with device for ‘The Society of Writers to the Signet’, embossed spine, 4to. (250 x 210mm), foxed, bumped, splits Pencil Note: ex Sotheby 1/6/95 Lot 61 £100-200

555. JOHNSON, Dr Samuel, Ed. and CHALMERS, Alexander, The Works of the English Poets from Chaucer to Cowper, London 1810, 21 vols, full tooled, calf, marbled edges and end papers, 4to. George Hall b/p, rubbed and worn, some losses, sold as found (21) £50-100

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557. GALE, Thomas, Historiae Britannicae, Saxonicae, Anglo-Danicae Scriptores XV, Sheldonian Theatre Oxford 1691, Fo. full calf and titled as Vol 1. plus Rerum Anglicarum Scriptorum Veterum, Vol 1. Oxford 1684, full calf, mis-titled plus Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores Vol II, Oxford 1687, full calf, red title and tooled spine, Fo. sold as found (3) £50-100

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556. HUTCHINS, John, The History and Antiquities at the County of Dorset, 2 vols. London, Bowyer and Nichols 1774, some genealogical charts but lacking plates and map, Fo. full ‘burr’ calf, red title, sold as found £50-100

558. Anglia Sacra, Sive Collectio Historiarum....de Archiépiscopis & Episcopis Angliae, 2 vols. Fo. (330 x 200mm), London for Richard Chiswell 1691 with engraved heraldic devices, ex Belmont Abbey Library, full calf, with gilt decorated and banded spine and red titles (2) £70-150

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559. MILTON, John, DANIEL, Samuel, HABINGTON, John et al, ‘A Complete History of England with the Lives of the Kings and Queens thereof’, 3 vols. Fo. (385 x 250mm), London 1706, numerous portrait engravings, full calf with banded spine, bumps, splits, stains etc, sold as found £100-200

560. BURNET, Gilbert (1643-1715), Scottish Philosopher and Historian, Bishop of Salisbury The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, 2 vols. printed in 1679 for Richard Chiswell, St Pauls London, small Fo. (310 x 205mm) plus supplement printed for Millar London 1753, full calf with gilded and banded spines, armorial b/p, splits, bumps etc, sold as found (3) £70-150

563. DAVILA, H.C. (1576-1631), ‘The History of The Civil Warres of France Written in Italian by H.C. Davila translated out of the Original’, London 1647. Fo. (365 x 250mm), 20th Century brown cloth binding with green and blue titles plus FIDDES, Richard, The Life of Cardinal Wolsey with copper plates, printed in London for John Barber 1724, large Fo. (420 x 270mm), full tooled calf, bumps, splits and stains, sold as found (2) £70-150

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562. CAVE, William (1637-1713) Doctor of Theology and Ecclesiastical Historian, Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Historia Literaria A Christo Nato Usque ad Seculum XIV 2 vols. Fo. (390 x 240mm) Oxford Joseph Pote 1740, full calf with tooled and banded spine, bumps, splits and stains, sold as found (2) £70-150

561. CONEY, John, Ecclesiastical Edifices of the Olden Time, A Series of Etchings with ground plans and facsimiles of Hollar’s Views.... 2 vols. Fo. (496 x 305mm), multiple plates, James Bohn, London 1842, 1/2 gilt tooled leather and marbled boards, foxed and all over wear, sold as found (2) £70-150


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564. MILTON, John (1608-1674), A Complete Collection of the Historical, Political and Miscellaneous Works, 2 vols. Fo. (370 x 250mm), printed in London for A Millar 1738 with portrait engraving after Vertue, full contemporary calf with banded spine and gilt tooled red titles plus TONG, William, The Works of the Late Reverend Mr Matthew Henry, London 1726, large Fo. (401 x 270mm), splits, old repairs, stains etc., sold as found (3) £70-150

565. HENRY, Matthew (1662-1714) Non Conformist Minister of the Gospel and writer, An Exposition of the Old and New Testament in 5 vols, printed in London 1737, red and black title pages. Fo. (399 x 255mm), full contemporary leather, much damage, sold as found £70-150

566. ALFORD, Michael, Alias Griffith (1587-1652) English Jesuit Missionary Annales Ecclesiae Britannicae Leige 1693 Vol I X 2, plus III, IV, V. Fo. (380 x 240mm), full contemporary calf, banded spine, handwritten titles, all over wear, stains, sold as found, Stonyhurst and Heythrop library labels (5) £100-200

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567. CALEPINUS, Ambrogio (c.1440-1510) Dictionarium. A New Edition translating Latin into seven languages, Lyon 1656. Fo. (410 x 260mm) with engraved title page and red and black print with m/s letter and armorial b/p. Contemporary embossed vellum binding, much wear and tear, sold as found £100-200

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568. AINSWORTH, Robert, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae Compendarius 2 vols. 4th Ed. London 1752. lge Fo. (400 x 270mm), contemporary calf, banded spine plus CHAMBERS, Ephraim, Cyclopaedia Or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences 2 vols. lge Fo. (415 x 270mm), signed for Leveson Gower, full calf with gilt tooling and red titles (4) £70-150

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569. GIBSON, Edmund (1669-1748) Rector of Lambeth and Archdeacon of Surrey. Alumnus, The Queens College Oxford Codex Juris Ecclesiastici Anglicani or The Statutes, Constitutions, Canons, Rubricks and Articles of the Church of England. Fo. (380 x 255mm), printed by J Baskett, London 1713, rebound in 20th Century brown cloth with printed titles plus a two volume 2nd Edition copy, Oxford Clarendon Press 1761. lge Fo. (435 x 280mm), also 20th Century brown cloth binding (4) £70-150

571. PETIT, Auguste, Binder, The Epicurean by Thomas Moore, Paris 1835, finely bound in green morocco with gilded ornament, red titles and marbled end papers, signed by binder. 8vo. (218 x 137mm) £40-80

570. SERENIUS, Jacob (1700-1776) Swedish Clergyman Dictionarium Anglo-Svethico Latinum, Hamburg, Rudolph Beneken 1734. 4to. (250 x 200mm), full calf with red titles, splits, bumps etc plus a collection of 15 18th and 19th Century Lexicons, Dictionaries etc., most leather bound (16) £100-200

572. BARROW, John, Dictionarium Polygraphicum or The Whole Body of Arts Regularly Digested, 2 vols. 8vo. (200 x 130mm) with 54 folding plates, London for Hitch & Davis 1735, owners sigs. pencil notes. full contemporary calf restored titles and spines, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £100-200

573. CALEPINUS, Ambrogio (c.1440-1510) Dictionarium. A 17th Century Edition translating Latin into nine languages, printed in Lyons for Abraham Commelini undated but c.1650 with engraved pictorial title page and in early probably original finely tooled leather binding with gilt title. 8vo. (205 x 165mm), scratches, bumps etc., Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £200-300

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574. MAGNUS, Johannes (1488-1544) Archbishop of Uppsala Sweden and Historian Gothorum Sueonumque Historia printed by Michael Isengrin Basle 1558 with Palma Ising printers device on title page, map of Scandinavia on p.17. dedication and appendix. 8vo. (190 x 140mm). incl. contemporary, embossed leather binding with handwritten title, library stamp, armorial b/p and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £200-300

575. ALER, Paul (1654-1727) German Jesuit Priest Germanico - Latinum Dictionarium 1727 2 vols. nine line Mss library stamp and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p. 8vo. full leather plus 2 18th Century associated titles, full leather plus BAILEY, Nathan English Dictionary Leipzig 1736, with engraved portrait frontispiece 8vo tooled full leather, full leather (5) £50-100

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576. Oratio Dominica Plus Centum Linguis, Versionibus aut Characterbus (The Lord’s Prayer in Above 100 Languages Versions and Characters) published in Augsburg by Johann Ulrich Kraus with 123pp of Biblical readings in German and with engraved illustrations on each page, undated, first quarter of 18th Century, vellum binding, (330 x 225mm) plus Index in Tomos Omnes Operum Divi Hieronymi... published by Hieronymus Froben Basle 1538 with printer’s device on title page, embossed vellum covered wooden boards with metal clasps (eroded), (320 x 210mm), tears, bumps and overall wear, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £200-300

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577. SCALIGER, Julius Caesar (1484-1558) Poetices Librum Septem (‘Seven Books on Poetics’), 5th Edition, published by Commelin 1617. 871pp with index. 8vo. (180 x 110mm), handwritten title on spine, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £100-200 578. WEINRICH, Melchior, Aerarium Poeticum published by Thomas Sch¸rer Liepzig MDCXIIX, 1300pp. with dedication and index contemporary embossed vellum binding with metal clasp (broken) and banded spine. 8vo. (180 x 110mm), handwritten title (1) £200-400

579. PINKERTON, John, ‘An Enquiry into the History of Scotland’, 2 vols. J Nichols, London 1789, 8vo. (209 x 135mm), 6 folding engraved maps plus tables, full calf with restored spine, red/green title, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, library stamps and inscriptions (2) £100-200

581. GRANT, William, Editor, ‘The Scottish National Dictionary’. 1st Ed. Ltd to 2000. No. 1270. 5 vols. first part 1931, small Fo. (315 x 254mm), brown cloth black titles £50-100

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580. SEWELL, William, The History of the Rise, Increase and Progress of the Christian People called Quakers, printed by J Sowle 1722 London with preface and index inscribed for John Edes to Francis Shrimpton 1799, 20th Century rebind in brown cloth with red title, 4to. (309 x 200mm) £40-80


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582. The Oxford English Dictionary. 2nd Ed. prepared by J.A. Simpson and E.S.C. Weiner. 20 vols. Clarendon Press Oxford 1989, blue cloth, small Fo. (310 x 235mm) £100-200

583. EARLY ENGLISH MANUSCRIPTS IN FACSIMILE, 22 varying size Fo. volumes from c.1950 to c.2002, published by Rosenkilde and Bagger, Copenhagen, George Allen & Unwin, London, and The John Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (22) £300-500

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584. CRAIGIE, Sir William et al, A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue 1931-2002, Oxford University and University of Chicago Press in four formats and twelve volumes with vol. 7 made up of 8 booklets, green and blue cloth, gilt titles. small Fo. (300 x 240mm with differences) (18) £150-250

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587. MILTON, John, The History of Britain That Part Especially Now Call’d England, 357pp with table, London 1678, full dark brown calf, old repairs. 8vo. plus a collection of 5 late 17th/early 18th Century etymological and ecclesiastical titles, all leather bound and 8vo. with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, sold as found (6) £70-150

586. RITSON, Joseph, Ed. ‘Scottish Song’ in 2 vols. London 1714, marbled end papers and edges, 1/2 tooled leather, brown calf. 8vo. (180 x 112mm) plus CHAMBERS, Robert, ‘The Popular Rhymes of Scotland, with Illustrations’ Edinburgh 1826, marbled end papers and boards, Alexander Young b/p, 1/2 leather 8vo. plus IRVING, David, The Poetical Works of Robert Fergusson Glasgow 1800 with portrait engraving, full calf, 8vo, all with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (4) £70-150

588. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUARIAN TITLES TO INCLUDE:- Bishop Burnet’s History of His Own Time, 5 out 6 vols, marbled boards, Company of Booksellers London 1725, 8vo. plus Plutarchs Lives, 5 vols. Jacob Tonson, London 1683, full calf, 8vo. plus TRAPP, Joseph, The Works of Virgil, 3 vols. London 1731, contemporary calf, 8vo. plus DE LA LANDE GENTIL, Ian, Les Histoires de Dictis Cretensien, Paris 1566, tooled leather, 8vo. (14) £70-150

589. STOW, John, The Abridgement of the English Chronicle...continued... into the beginning of the yeare 1618 by E.H. Gentleman, printed for the London Company of Stationers 1618, title page with woodcut border, 568pp plus lists of Universities Fayres, Distances plus Table, replaced end papers, Henry Devenish Harben and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, full calf, old restoration. 8vo. (168 x 110mm) £70-150

590. PINKERTON, John (1758-1826), Scottish Tragic Ballads, Nichols London 1781, engraved title page, full restored calf, 8vo. plus EVAN’S EDITION, ‘Old Ballads Historical and Narrative, 2 vols. Evans London 1777, engraved title, full restored calf, 8vo. plus PENNECUIK, Alexander, ‘A Collection of Scots Poems’ Edinburgh 1769, 8vo. full tooled calf plus 2 vols. of poems by R Fergusson 1788/1785. 8vo. full calf, red titles plus RAMSAY, Allan, The Tea-Table Miscellany or a Collection of Scots Sangs’ London 1733 with portrait engraving, 8vo. full calf plus CROMER, R.H., Remains of Nithsdale and Galloway Song’, London 1810, 1/2 calf, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, 8vo. (8) £70-150

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585. SOMNER, William, Julii Caesaris Portus Iccius with portrait engraving and fold out map by Edmund Gibson, Oxford 1694, contemporary calf (165 x 110mm) plus SOMNER, William, ‘A Treatise of the Roman Ports and Forts in Kent’ with portrait engraving Oxford 1693, full tooled calf (174 x 110mm) plus WILKES, J, Printer and Publisher, ‘The History and Antiquities of Winchester...’ 2 vols. with 13 plates 1773, full brown calf, restored spines, red title, foxing, bumps etc., (180 x 110mm) (4) £70-150


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591. BRAYLEY, Edward Wedlake, Londiniana or Reminiscences of the British Metropolis with folding maps and plates, London, Hurst Chance & Co. 1829, 1/2 calf with tooled ornament and red title, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, 8vo. (175 x 110mm) (4) £70-150

593. PEACHAM, Henry, ‘The Compleat Gentleman’ Second Impression, pictorial title by F Delaram, printed in London 1634, numerous armorial engravings throughout, foxed, stained and bumped, many sigs. and doodles on end papers, full calf, restored spine, red title. 8vo. (190 x 145mm) plus a reprint of the same, Clarendon Press 1906 plus ‘The Topographer’ 4 vols. 1789/91, rebound, marbled end papers and boards, 1/2 calf, gilt titles. 8vo. (215 x 135mm) (6) £70-150

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595. ‘An Enquiry into the Life and Writings of Homer’, London 1735, with engravings by Gravelot, signed for Rob Ackwell (?), 8vo. plus The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer, published by Ogle, London 1741, 3 vols. full calf, red titles, gilt tooled. 8vo. (200 x 125mm) plus Letters on Chivalry and Romance, London 1742, 8 vo. plus FENTON, Elijah, Poems on Several Occasions, London 1717. 8vo. Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (6) £70-150

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592. SMITH, William, ‘The Annals of University College Proving William of Durham the True Founder and Answering all their Arguments who Ascribe it to King Alfred’ printed by John White, Newcastle Upon Tyne and sold by T Osborn, Gray’s-Inn London 1728, 8vo. 376pp, full tooled calf, splits, bumps and stains plus TANNER, Thomas, Notitia Monastica, Oxford 1695, 8vo. rebound in brown cloth, plus HICKES, Dr George, A Collection of Sermons, London 1713. 8vo. full calf plus HICKES, Dr George, Three Short Treatises, London 1709. 8vo. full calf, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (5) £70-150

594. SOMNER, William, The Antiquities of Canterbury printed in London for Richard Thrale 1640 with fold-out, 19th Century rebind, purple cloth, 8vo. plus a small collection of Antiquarian Poetry, Tracts etc, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (11) £50-100

596. JUNIUS, Franciscus (1591-1677) and MARSHALL, Thomas, Bible New Testament Gospels, Gothic & Anglo Saxon, Quatuor D.N. Jesu Christi Evangeliorum Versiones Perantiquae Duae, Gothica Scil et Anglo-Saxonica, Dordrecht 1665, Juanian Font printed by Henricus & Johannes Essaei, early vellum binding with banded spine and handwritten title, 431pp (205 x 165mm) Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £300-500

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597. WILSON, Thomas, A Christian Dictionarie, Opening the Signification of the Chief Wordes dispersed generally through the Holie Scriptures... London 1612. W Jaggard 236pp vellum binding, much stained and written on, 8vo. (190 x 150mm) plus a further copy of the same title plus a collection of 6 17th Century Dictionaries, variously bound, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (8) £70-150

599. ELLIS, George, ‘Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances... 3 vols. Longman Hurst Rees and Orme, London 1805, marbled boards, 1/2 tooled calf, red titles, 8vo. plus a collection of 25 18th and 19th Century English and Scottish Poetry titles, 8vo. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (28) £100-200

601. ELSTOB, Elizabeth (1683-1756), ‘The Saxon Nymph’, The Rudiments of Grammer for the English-Saxon Tongue...with an Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities, printed by W Bowyer, London 1715, Red and black text on title page. 70pp. contemporary embossed full calf. 8vo. (205 x 160mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p plus a further copy similarly bound with red title, William Peters b/p £100-200

600. CAMDEN, William (1551-1623) English Antiquarian, ‘Remaines of a Greater Worke concerning Britaine, the Inhabitants thereof...’, printed in London for Simon Waterson 1605, rebound with marbled boards, 1/2 calf. plus 3 copies of Remaines Concerning Britaine, 5th Imp. 1636. 6th Imp. 1657. both full leather. 7th Imp. 1674, 20th Century rebind. 8vo. plus SELDEN, I, The Historie of Tithes 1618, 8vo. rebound in full calf, red titles (5) £70-150

602. CHAMBERLAYNE, John (1666-1723), Oratio Dominica (The Lords Prayer) in Diversas Omnium Fere Gentium Linguas, Amsterdam 1715, red and black title page, loose end papers, foxed/bumped full calf. 8vo. (205 x 158mm) plus three further early versions, London 1700, Berlin 1680? Eric Gerald Stanley b/p and other (4) £70-150

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598. VON KOTZEBUE, Augustus (1761-1810) (assassinated) German Dramatist and Writer ‘The Natural Son’, A Play in Five Acts being the original of the Lover’s Vows, translated by Anne Plumptree, London 1798, 8vo. disbound plus a further copy, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, sold as found £30-60


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603. GLASTONBURY, John of, English Historian, Chronica Sive Historia de Rebus Glastoniensibus Tho. Hearn, Ed....Oxford 1726, 2 vols. 659pp. plus advertisement 8vo. contemporary tooled full calf plus WILLIAM OF NEWBURGH (Newbury), Historia Sive Chronica Rerum Anglicarum, Thomas Sebright and Thomas Hearn, Ed. Oxford 1719. 8vo, modern rebind, 2 vols. plus 9 further Antiquarian titles, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (13) £100-200

605. RAWLINSON, Richard (1690-1755) (Attrib.) The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Rochester, Curll London 1717, notes on end papers. 8vo. full calf, red title, scuffed and bumped plus GENT, Thomas, History of The Loyal Town of Rippon with numerous engravings and folding map, London 1733. 8vo. tooled leather with red title plus GORHAM, George C., The History and Antiquities of Eynesbury and St Neotts.... London 1824, 2 vols. marbled boards. 8vo. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (4) £100-200

604. LELAND, Thomas, The History of Ireland, 3 vols. Moncrieffe Dublin 1773, full ‘burr’ calf with red and black title 8vo. splits and wear £40-80

606. SIBBALD, J, ‘Chronicle of Scottish Poetry’ 4 vols. Edinburgh 1802, full tooled calf. 8vo. ex Lambton Castle Library plus a collection of 18 18th Century poetry titles inc. Thoms’s Romances, Evan’s Ballards, Webers Metrical Romances, all leather bound, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (22) £100-200

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607. TRIVET, Nicholas (1258?-1328) Annales Sex Regum Angliae with portrait engraving after Vertue, published by John Bridge Oxford 1719, red and black title with engraving of Sheldonian. Watkin Williams & Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps, worn contemporary tooled calf. 8vo. plus SUMNER, William, Vocabularium Anglo-Saxonicum, Oxford 1701 with frontispiece engraving, full tooled calf 8vo. plus 5 further leather bound Antiquarian titles, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £70-150

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608. ROWE, Nicholas, Translator, Lucan’s Pharsalia 2nd Ed. London 1722 with dedication by Anne Rowe, 10 books in 2 vols. with folding map of the Roman Empire and engraved frontispiece after Cheron, London 1722, contemporary full tooled calf with red morocco title, 8vo. (160 x 100mm) Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £50-100

611. HICKS, George, Linguarum Vett. Septentrionalium Thesauri Grammaticocritici..... London 1708, 8vo. contemporary leather binding and red title plus 4 small format Antiquarian dictionaries/thesauri, leather bound (5) £50-80

612. STRUTT, Joseph, Queenhoo-hall, A Romance, 4 vols, Murray, Edinburgh 1808, 8vo. full calf plus a collection of 11 Antiquarian titles, mainly poetry (15) £50-80

613. SCOTT, Sir Walter, Poetical Works 12 vols with 3 vols of Notes, Robert Cadell, Edinburgh 1833. 8vo. marbled boards, 1/2 tooled calf with red morocco titles (15) £50-100

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610. BONA, John, Manuductio ad Coelum or a Guide to Eternity, printed for Henry Brome (?), St Pauls Churchyard 1672 signed for Thomas Keble 1754, red and black title, 8vo. (158 x 100mm) contemporary full leather plus a collection of 6 titles inc. Playfere, Nine Sermons, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (7) £70-150

609. NEUBRIGENSI, Gulielmo, William of Newbury, Rerum Anglicarum Libre Quinque, Antwerp 1597, engraved title page, old vellum binding plus Antiquitaten Zimmer, Hamburg 1702 by Feustking, old vellum, 8vo. (150 x 90mm) sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £50-80


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614. ADAMS, Thomas, ‘The Happines of the Church....diverse Sermons preached in S Gregories London’ 1618, tooled decorative binding, restored spine. 8vo. (190 x 140mm) plus a collection of 8 bound volumes of 17th Century sermons and tracts. 8vo. with Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps, sold as found (9) £100-200

615. de BUSBECQ, Ogier Ghiselin (1522-1592) 16th Century Flemish Writer & Herbalist, Gationis Turcicae Epistolae Quatuor, 4 letters to Nicholas Michault, printed in Frankfurt 1595 by Andrae Wecheli, Claud Marnium & Joann Aubrium, 360pp plus index, notes on title page, replaced end papers, old stained vellum, handwritten title on banded spine. 8vo. (170 x 105mm) Eric Gerald Stanley b/p plus Macrobii Ambrosii Aurelii Theodosii... in Sommium Scipionis, Lib II, Saturnaliorum, Lib VII, Lyon 1556, old vellum. 8vo. (170 x 110mm) (2) £100-200

616. WALKER, Obadiah (1616-1699) Master of University College Oxford, Of Education Especially of Young Gentlemen in two parts in one volume, Oxford 1673, contemp. full tooled calf. 8vo. (170 x 100mm) plus SPELMAN, Sir Henry, Villare Anglicum or A View of The Townes of England, London 1656, foxed, Law Society binding and stamps, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p. 8vo. (2) £50-100

617. STILLINGFLEET, Edward, ‘Origines Sacrae’, Henry Mortlock, London 1662, red and black printed title page, full calf. 8vo. (195 x 150mm) plus Sermon Preached at the House of Commons by the same 1666, modern binding plus WOTTON, Sir Henry, Reliquiae Wottonianae, A Collection of Lives, Letters and Poems, London 1672, replaced portrait engraving. 8vo. full restored calf binding (3) £50-80

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618. BARBOUR, John and PINKERTON, J, ‘The Bruce or The History of Robert I, King of Scotland’ written in Scottish verse, 3 vols. 8vo. Nichol, London 1790, full calf, Ashton Gwatkin and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p plus STEPHENS, Alexander, Memoirs of John Horne Tooke, 2 vols. Johnson, London 1813, 1/2 calf marbled boards, 8vo. plus 5 Antiquarian titles, all leather bound, all with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (10) £70-150

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619. TILLOTSON, Dr John (1630-1694) Archbishop of Canterbury (1691-1694) ‘Of Sincerity and Constancy in the Faith and Posession of the True Religion in Fifteen Sermons’ 14 vols. 3rd Ed. corrected R Chiswell, London 1700 with portrait frontispiece by R White, inscribed for Selina Skipwith 1785, marbled end papers, gilt edges, 8vo. (185 x 120mm), finely bound in blood red morocco with gilt tooled ornament and banded spine, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, some foxing and bumps £200-400

620. LINGARD, John, A History of England, 3rd Ed. 14 vols. Mawman, London 1825. 8vo. 1/2 gilt tooled leather with red title and brown cloth (14) £50-100

621. A COLLECTION OF TWENTY ANTIQUARIAN SMALL FORMAT TITLES TO INCLUDE:- St Augustines Meditations, Nicolas de la Coste, Paris 1631 plus The Life of Alfred by Robert Powell 1634, old vellum bindings, small 8vo. (140 x 90mm) plus poetry, tracts etc., most leather bound with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (20) £70-150

622. A COLLECTION OF THIRTEEN ANTIQUARIAN SMALL FORMAT TITLES inc. Metamorphosis Anglorum 1653?, Ossian, Grays Works, Dictionaries, etc mostly leather bound (13) £70-150

623. HOOD, Thomas (1799-1845) English Poet The Works thereof, Edited with notes by his son and daughter. 10 vols. Moxon, London 1869. 8vo. (190 x 128mm), 1/2 gilt tooled brown calf with red title and brick red cloth boards, marbled edges and end papers (10) £70-150

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624. HALLAM, Henry, Introduction to the Literature of Europe in the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, 4 vols. Murray, London 1837, marbled edges, full sand brown calf with gilt tooled ornament and red title. 8vo. (220 x 140mm), Sir James Miller and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (4) £70-150

625. WARTON, Thomas, The History of English Poetry, Thomas Tegg, London 1824, marbled end papers, library stamps, full tooled brown calf, 4 vols. 8vo. plus D’ISRAEL, I, Amenities of Literature, 3 vols. Moxon, London 1841, inscribed for Edith Coleridge, gilt tooled, white vellum with black title. 8vo. plus 4 associated leather bound titles, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (11) £70-150

626. DICTIONARIES LYE, Edward, Manning Owen Ed. Dictionarium Saxonico et Gothico-Latinum, 2 vols. London, Edmund Allen 1772. Fo. (385 x 250mm) full gilt tooled, brown calf with banded spine with armorial and ‘John, Duke of Bedford’ and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps plus MIEGE, Guy, The Great French Dictionary, London, Redmayne for Basset 1688, marbled end papers, contemporary full leather with tooled ornament and red title. Fo. (390 x 250mm) Henry Howard Greystoke and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, sold as found (3) £100-200 627. MINSHEN, John, The Guide in Tongues in eleven languages, printed and sold by John Browne, London 1617 with engraved title page. Fo. (400 x 255mm), 1/2 leather, blue card worn, tears plus TONSON, Jacob, Formulare Anglicarum London 1702, red and black title page, Nun-Appleton and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, full tooled leather, splits and bumps. fo. (390 x 250mm), sold as found £70-150

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628. IHRE, Johanne, Glossarium Suigothicum in quo tam Hodierno usu Frequentata Vocabula...Upsaliae, Edmannianis 1769, 2 vols in one. Fo. (370 x 240mm), engraving after Gillberg on title page, Chatsworth Library Label. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, full brown calf with finely tooled and banded spine and red morocco titles, water stains to one corner and bumps £200-300

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629. BEDE, Saint Bede (672-735) Historia Ecclesiastica Latine et Saxonice una cum Reliquis Ejus Operibus Historicus Latine, Cura et Studio Johannis Smith, Cambridge 1722 with full page engraving of Fenestrae Orientalis, Durham Cathedral, marbled end papers. fo. (380 x 250mm), Henry Beaufoy and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps. full brown calf with banded spine, scuffed, bumped £200-300

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630. Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores Post Bedam...Sir Henry Savile, Frankfurt 1601, Typis Wechelianis Apud Claudium Marnium & Heredes Joannis Aubrij with engraved title page. Fo. (360 x 230mm), old restoration, bumps etc plus CLARENDON, Edward, Earl, A Collection of Several Tracts...Woodward, London 1727. Fo. (365 x 265mm), full leather, loose and worn, Charles Packe and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (2) £70-150

631. LHUYD, Edward (1660-1709) Welsh Naturalist and Antiquary, Keeper of The Ashmolean Museum (1690-1709) Archaeologia Britannica Vol. I (sic) Glossography, Oxford 1707. Fo. (360 x 230mm), full brown calf, tooled spine with black title, overall wear, worm damage etc £70-150

632. CRESSY, Serenus de (c.1605-1674) Holy Order of St Benedict ‘The Church-History of Brittany from the beginning of Christianity to the Norman Conquest’, Rouen 1668 Fo. (380 x 250mm), red and black title, contemporary full calf with tooled armorial, boards loose, all over wear, ducal and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £100-200

633. HEYLIN, Peter (1599-1662) Cosmagraphie in Foure Bookes Contayning the Choroghaphie and Historie of the Whole World... 2nd Edition. printed for Henry Siele. London 1657, title page engraved by Rob Vaughan with four maps, Europe by Robert Vaughan, Asia by John Goddard, Africa by Henry Seile? and America by Will Trevethen, 20th Century rebind in brown cloth with leather spine, Fo. (355 x 240mm) Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £200-400

635. DICTIONARIES:SOMNER, William, Dictionarium Saxonio-Latino-Anglicum, William Hall and Daniel White, London 1659, red and black title page, Thomas Llewelyn and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p. full calf restored spine. Fo. (330 x 220mm) bumps etc. end papers torn plus Glossarium Germanicum, Johannis Georgii Wachteri, Joh. Frid. Gleditschii Lipsiae (Leipzig) 1737. Fo. (350 x 230mm) 1/2 leather, bumps/scuffs and KRAAMERS, Matthia, Woorden-Boek, Nurenberg c.1670, red and black printed title pages, old vellum, stained and bumped. Fo. (320 x 220mm) Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, sold as found (3) £100-200

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634. ANDREWES, Lancelot (1555-1626) Lord Bishop of Winchester (1619-1626) XCVI Sermons, 5th Edition, London 1661, contemporary full leather, Fo. (340 x 235mm) plus TAYLOR, Jeremy, Chaplain in Ordinary to King Charles the First, A Course of Sermons for all the Sundays in the Year...5th Ed. enlarged, printed in London by J Macock for R Royston 1678 with engraved portrait. Fo. (360 x 235mm), full contemporary leather, bumped and worn, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (2) £70-150


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636. HOWELL, James, Lexicon Tetraglotton, An English-French-Italian-Spanish Dictionary, Samuel Thomson, London 1660, with red and black printed title page and engraved frontispiece ‘La Ligue des Langues’ after Faishornel(?) inscribed for Tittenhanger Library. Fo. (335 x 230mm), full leather, bumped, stains, splits etc, sold as found plus HOOKER, Richard, The Works in Eight Books of Ecclesiastical Policy, London, Thomas Newcomb for Andrew Crook 1666, Fo. (345 x 230mm), modern rebind, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £70-150

637. FULLER, Thomas, The Church-History of Britain from the Birth of Jesus Christ until MDCXLVII, London 1655, John Williams, folding map of Cambridge and other plates, full calf, restored spine. Fo. (345 x 230mm) plus FULLER, Thomas, The History of The Worthies of England, London 1662, with portrait engraving by D Loggin. Fo. (340 x 220mm), full brown leather, faded spine, bumps, stains, sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (2) £100-200

638. STRYPE, John (1643-1737) Clergyman and Historian The Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, The First Archbishop of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth in four books with appendix, John Wyat, London 1711, engraved portrait by Geo. Vertue, red and black printed title page, full calf, restored spine, gilt tooled green title, small Fo. (330 x 212mm) plus PARIS, Matthew (1200-1259) Monachi Albanensis Angli Historia Major Juxta Exemplar Londinense 1571 verbatim recusa, London 1640, Richard Hodgkinson, portrait engraving by Cecill, red and black printed title page, Fo. (350 x 240mm) full calf, red title, losses, bumps, stains etc., Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps and armorial b/p (2) £100-200

639. ADAMS, Thomas, ‘A Commentary or, Exposition upon the Divine Second Epistle Generall written by the blessed Apostle St Peter’, London, printed by Richard Badger for Jacob Bloome 1633, 2 vols. Fo. (350 x 225mm) contemporary calf, some stains, repair and losses, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £70-150

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640. SAMMES, Aylett, Britannia Antiqua Illustrata or The Antiquities of Ancient Britain printed by T Roycroft 1676, red and black printed title page with engraved armorial with plates, rebound in 19th Century, marbled boards, gilt tooled spine. Fo. (350 x 235mm) plus GUNTON, Simon, The History of the Church of Peterburgh with engraved plates. Richard Chiswell, London 1686, small Fo. 20th Century rebind, brown cloth, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (2) £70-150

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641. FORSTER, John Reinhold, History of the Voyages and Discoveries Made in the North translated from German, printed in London by Robinson 1786, 3 folding maps, some tears and foxing, rebound in fine tooled leather with gilt ornament and green and black titles. Fo. (290 x 230mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £250-350

643. PENN, William (1644-1718) Quaker and Founder of the Province of Pennslyania A Collection of the Works thereof, 2 vols. London, J Sowle 1726. Fo. (330 x 220mm), contemporary calf with metal clasps, considerable all over wear, loose pages etc, Bridport Library and Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, sold as found £50-150

644. DICTIONARIES:HEXHAM, Heinrich and MANLY, Daniel, Dictionarium ofte Woorden-Boek, Rotterdam 1678, stains and tears, old vellum boards. 4to. (225 x 178mm) plus COTGRAVE, Randle, A Dictionairie of the English and French Tongues printed in London by Adam Islip 1632 with engraved title page. Library stamps, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, 20th Century rebind, brown cloth, black leather, small Fo. (290 x 200mm) (2) £50-150

646. AINSWORTH, Henry (1571-1622?) Non-Conformist Theologian ‘Annotations Upon The First Booke of Moses Called Genesis’ printed for Miles Flesher and John Bellamie, Royal Exchange, London 1626, 5 vols in one. See adhered notes on inside cover. Ferguson of Raith and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps Fo. (330 x 202mm) mottled full leather with renewed titles, stains and tears plus WILKINS, John, ‘An Essay Toward a Real Character and a Philosophical Language’ printed for S.A. Gellibrand and John Martyn 1668, full calf, renewed spine. Fo. (320 x 210mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £100-200

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645. ANDREWES, Lancelot, Bishop of Winchester XCVI Sermons, 4th Ed. Richard Badger, London 1641 with engraved portrait. Fo. (320 x 202mm), 20th Century, rebind with marbled boards, 1/2 red calf plus HALL, Joseph, Meditations and Vowes Divine and Morall, London, for Thomas Pavier and Miles Flescher and John Haviland 1624, Fo. (330 x 202mm), 20th Century, rebind with reproduced title page and brown cloth, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £40-80

642. COOPER, Thomas, Thesaurus Linguae Romanae & Britannica...London 1573, inscribed Ex Libris Jonathani Rashleigh ex cÙllegio Baliolo 1660, thick Fo. (325 x 225mm) contemporary leather, end and title pages crushed and stains etc, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £150-250


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647. SKINNER, Stephen, Etymologicon Linguae Anglicanae, London, T Roycroft 1671, contemporary leather. Fo. (320 x 200mm) plus NORTH, Sir Thomas, Plutarch, The Lives of The Noble Grecians and Romains.... Miller, London 1631, reproduced title page and in 20th Century cloth binding, thick Fo. (350 x 226mm), Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps, sold as found (2) £70-150

648. JUNIUS, Franciscus, The Younger, Etymologicum Anglicanum Praemittuntur Vita Auctoris et Grammatica Anglo-Saxonica, Edward Lye, Ed. portrait frontispiece by George Vertue, list of subscribers at end. Fo. (350 x 230mm), Oxford 1743, contemporary calf, Henry Drummond & Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, bumps and stains plus BAILEY, N, Dictionarium Britannicum...Cox, London 1730, red and black title page Fo. plus SPELMAN, Henry, Glossarium Archaiologicum, London, Aliciam Warren 1694. Fo. red and black title page. 20th Century rebind in brown cloth (3) £100-200

650. A Collection of 18th century leather bound Literature £100-200

651. BURNS, Robert, Poems Chiefly in The Scottish Dialect. London, 1887, 3rd edn. 8vo fl.cf. joints worn. Tog.with Memoirs of The Lord Viscount Dundee, The Highland-Clans and The Massacre of Glenco. By an Officer of The Army. London, 1711. Slim vol. 1⁄2 bds. Plus 2 others. EGS bkpt. 4 £80-120

653. MOORE, Thomas, The Works of Lord Byron, Murray, 1832-1833 in 17 vols. 8vo. Frontis. with issue guard with foxing. and engrd. Tp. 1 vol. lacking tissue guard. Cl. Bd. Labels to spines. Tog.with LORD Byron, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, Venice, 1860. Slim 8vo. 1⁄2 bds. scuffed. EGS bkpts. 18 £200-300

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649. THORPE, John, ‘Registrum Roffense or, A Collection of Antient Records, Charters, and Instruments of Divers Kinds Necessary for Illustrating the Ecclesastical History and Antiquities of the Diocese and Cathedral Church of Rochester’, London 1769 with portrait frontispiece after Wollaston, Fo. (370 x 250mm), contemporary gilt tooled calf, restored spine, Eric Poole & Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps plus BEDE, Whelocus, Abrahamus, Historia Ecclesiastica, Leges Anglo-Saxonicae, Cambridge 1694, Roger Daniel, red and black title page. 20th Century rebind brown cloth. Fo. (2) £100-200

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652. SOMERVILLE, William, The Chace A Poem. London, 1767. 5th edn. Slim 8vo. Engrd. Frontis & 7 further plates. Full dec. bds. Tog.with MURRAY, Ann, Mentoria or, The Young Ladies Instructor, Dilly, 1785. 4th edn. Sm. 8vo. Rebound. Plus other miscellaneous literature. 13 £70-90

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654. SOUTHEY, Robert, The Poetical Works in 10 volumes. London, 1837. 8vo. Frontis. engd. Tp. Embossed cl. Tog.with The Works of Oliver Goldsmith, London, 1845. 8vo. Vig. To tp. 1⁄2 marbled bds. in 4 vols. All with EGS bkplts. Plus 2 others. 16 £60-90

657. BILL, John, ed. TASSO’S Jerusalem Delivered, or, Godfrey of Bulloign An Heroic Poem. Trans. Edward Fairfax. 1759, 4th edn. 8vo. Full cf. tog.with SPENCER, Edmund, The Works of Edmund Spencer in Eight volumes. London. 1805. 8vo. Full diced cf. worn plus other bindings. 26 EGS bkpts £200-300

658. JOHNSON, Samuel, The Works of Samuel Johnson LL.D. Together with His Life and Notes on His Lives of the Poets by Sir John Hawkins. In 11 volumes. London, 1787. 8vo. Full cf. Rebacked. 11 £100-200

659. HOOKER & SWEDENBERG, eds. Et. al. The Works of John Dryden. University of California Press. 1956. Cl. Bds. in d/ws. 19 vols. ( 1 without d/w.) 19 £150-250

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656. GENT. Thomas, ed. The Ancient and Modern History of The Famous City of York. Hammond, London, 1730. Sm. 8vo. Folding frontis. and map. Full cf. EGS bkplt £40-60

655. [SWIFT, Jonathan] The Hibernian Patriot: Being a Collection of The Drapier’s Letters to the People of Ireland concerning Mr Wood’s Brass Half-Pence. Dublin, 1730. 8vo. Glt. Tooled bds. scuffed £40-60


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660. GUTBIRIO, Johanne Michaele. Aegidii Gutbrii, SS Theol. Doct. & Gymnasii Hamburg. P.P. Lexion Syriacum….. Criticae in Novum Testamentum Syriacum. 55pp. Hamburg, 1667. Title page from rear of book Novulm Domini nostri Jesu Christi Testamentum Syriace, Hamburg. 1664. 604pp. full cf. worn. Bkplt. 1 £100-200

661. JAMIESON, John, An Etymological Dictionary of The Scottish Language. To which is prefixed A Dissertation on the Origin of The Scottish Language. Edinburgh, 1808. Fo. In 2 vols 1⁄2 marbled bds. EGS bkpts £80-120

663. SELDON, John, Titles of Honor, Stansby, London, 1614. 1st edn. Velum bds. bkplt. Tog.with the second edition. 1631. Fo. Engd. Initials. Fo. Full cf. worn. Rebacked. EGS bkplt. 2 £150-250

664. HEINECCIUS, Johannes Michael, Scriptores Rerum Germanicarium Johann Michaelis Heineccii et Johann Georg Leuckfeldi cum variis Diplomatibus et indicibus in unun volume collecti. Francofurti ad Moenum. 1707, fo. 1⁄4 velum. Glt. Spine. 9 wdct. Plts. Double page illus. coins. Vigs. And initials. Engraved portraits and figs. In text £80-120

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665. ERPOLDI LINDENBROGH, Scriptores Rerum Germanicarum…….Historia Eclesiastica et Religionis Propagatio . Ed. Jo. Alberti Fabrichii. Hamburg, 1706. Bound with Germaniae Historicorum Illustrium, Francofurti ad Moenum, 1670 (1760). Velum bds. inner Temple Library Stamp. EGS. Bkpt. £80-120

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662. WARNER, Sir George ed. Queen Mary’s Psalter. Miniatures and Drawings by An English Artist of The 14th Century. Reproduced from Royal MS. 2 BV11 in The British Museum. 1912. OUP. Fo. 1⁄2 bds. glt. Spine. Tog.with WESTLAKE, N.H.J. & PURDUE, W. The Illustrations of Old Testament History in Queen Mary’s Psalter. Oxford, [1865]. Fo. A.e.g. Proudfoot glt. Tooled binding. 2 £80-120

666. CUDWORTH, R. The True Intellectual System of The Universe, London, 1678. Fo. full cf. upr. Bd. Det. Worn. 1 £200-400

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669. TRYWHITT, Thomas, The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer to which is added an Essay in his Language & Versification, and An Introductory Discourse Together with other Notes and a Glossary. Oxford, 1798. 2nd. Edn. Fo. In 2 vols. Marbled edges. 1⁄2 bds. scuffed. 2 £200-300

671. DEFOE, Daniel, The Life and Adventure of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner. Lane, London, 1790 in 2 vols. Sm 8vo. Frontis to both vols. 8 plts. A.c.f. damp st. to some pp. full cf. worn. Upr. Bd. Det. Vol. 1. £80-120

668. POPE, Alexander, The Works of Alexander Pope, with his last correction, additions and Improvements. Together with with the Commentary and Noes of his editor, Owen Ruffhead. London 1769. Fo. Frontis. port. In 5 vols. Full cf. worn. 5 £50-80

670. HARDING, John, The Chronicles of John Harding together with a continuation by Richard Grafton. Biographical and Literary preface and An Index by Henry Ellis. London, 1812. Fo. Full tr. Cf. glt. Spines. Tog.with WALPOLE, Horace, Memoires of The Last Ten Years of The Reign of George The Second. In 2 volumes. Murray, 1822. Fo. Ex. Lib. Bkplt 1⁄4 cl. Plus BERNERS, John, ed. Sir John Froissart’s Chronicles of England, France, Spain, Portugal, Scotland, Brittany & Flanders and The Adjoining Countries. London, 1812. In 2 vols. Rebound 1⁄4 bds. 5 £150-250

672. JAMIESON, Robert, Popular Ballads and Songs. Edinburgh. 1806. 1st edn. In 2 vols. 8vo. Ful cf. 2 EGS bkplt £40-60

673. McINTOSH, Angus, et al. A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English. Aberdeen Univ. press. 1986 in 4 vols. Fo. Cl. bds. Tog.with other related lit. 10 £150-250

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667. BURNS. Robert, The Works of Robert Burns, in 4 volumes. Liverpool, 1800. Frontis. port. Vig. To tp. Tissue guard foxed. Various bkplts. Inc. EGS. Full tr. Cf. worn. £70-100


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674. JAN PUNT ‘De Plafonds of Gallerystukken Uit De Kerk Der Eerw P.P. Jesuiten Te Antwerpen, Geschildered door P.P. Rubens…Door Jacob de Wit’, 36 engravings with title pages, the plates 33.5 x 40cm, oblong folio £500-800

675. No lot

676. WARTON, Thomas, History of English Poetry from Twelfth to the close of The Sixteenth century. Ed. W. Carew Hazlitt. London, 1871. In 4 vols. 8vo. Cl. bds. EGS bkpt. £50-80

677. TEMPLE, Sir William, Miscellanea, Part 1&2. London. 3rd edn. 1691. Tog.with Part 3, Dublin, 1701. 8vo. Full cf. glt. Spines, binding varies, worn. 2 EGS bkpt £50-80

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679. OLDHAM, John, The Works of Mr. John Oldham, Together with his Remains, Hindmarch, 1686. 8vo. Full cf. Tog.with SEWELL, John, ed. The Whole Works of Mr. John Philips Late student of Christ-Church, Oxon. London, 1720. Frontis. port. Vig. 1 plt. Full cf. tog.with Cyder A Poem in Two Books. London, 1708. Frontis. Blind tooled bd. Plus The Works of Thomas Shadwell, London 1720. In 4 vols. 8vo. Full cf. Plus 2 others. 9 £150-250

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678. ROPER, Abel, pub. An Historical Dictionary of England and Wales. In Three parts. 1692. Sm. 8vo. Modern binding. Tog.with PARKER, Samuel (Trans). Eusebius Pamphilus His 10 Books of Ecclesiastical History. London, 1703. Frontis port. Sm. 8vo. Modern rebind. Plus.ECKHART, Johann Georg. Historia Studii Etymologici Linquae Germanicae Hactenus Impensi, Hanoverae, 1711. Sm 8vo. Later paper covered bds. plus 2 other 18th century works. 5 EGS bkplt £100-200

680. WATT’S Bibliotheca Britannica, Authors and Subjects, Edinburgh, 1824, 2 volumes. Lge. 4to. 1⁄2 marbled bds. A.e.g. EGS bkpt. 2 £250-450

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681. WORDSWORTH, William, A Description of The Scenery of The Lakes in The North of England. Longman, 1823. 4th end. Slim 12mo. With map. Full cf. 1 £80-120

683. MONTAGUE, Mary Wortley, Letters of The Right Honourable Lady M-y W——-y M———e written during Her Travels in Europe Asia and Africa. London, 1763 in 3 vols. Slim 8vo. Later 1 ⁄2 marbled bds. 3 £50-80

682. MONTAGUE, Mary Wortley, Letters of The Right Honourable Lady W—--y M——— e, Becket, London, 1763, in 3 vols. 3rd edn. Slim 8vo. 3 £40-60

684. BEDE, Venerabilis Bedae Presbyteri Ecclesiasticae Historiae gentis Anglorium Libri V. Lovanii, apud Hieronymum, Wellaerum, 1566. 12mo. Printers device to tp. And final p. engrd. Initials annot. to margins. Early pen insc. To tp. “liber Gra Tate ex Rob. Coton de Connington” (Sir R. Cotton 1571-1631, Francis Tate 1560-1616.} Cf.bds. rebacked. EGS bkpt £200-400

685. [Caius, (John ) ]BYNNEMAN, Henricum (Printer) De Antiquitate Cantabrigiensis Academiae Libri Duo in quorum secondo de Oxoniensis.. Londinensi Authore. London, 1568. 12mo. Full cf. Glt stp. To upr. Bd. Tog.with GERARD, Johannis Vossii Rhetorices contractae sive partitionum oratoriarum Libri V , Oxoniae, 1672. Sm. 8vo. Full cf. plus 3 other early books. 5 EGS bkpts £300-500

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686. HEYLYN, P. A Help to English History containing all the Kings of England, The English Saxons and the Britains, The Kings and Lords of Man and The Isle of Wight. London, 1709. 12mo. Armorial wdcts. throughout. Full cf. rebacked. Tog,with [HOWARD, Sir Robert] The Life and Reign of King Richard The Second. London, 1681. Sm. 8vo. Paper covered bds. Plus HERBERT, George, The Temple Sacred Poems, and private ejaculations. Nd. 7th edn. 12mo. New endpp. Rebound. Plus 3 others. 6 £100-200

687. MURPHY, Arthur, (ed.) The Works of Samuel Johnson LL.D , A New Edition in Twelve volumes. London, 1820. 8vo. Frontis. port. Marbled edges. Full diced cf. Tog.with 2 vols. Johnson’s Debates, London, 1811. 1⁄2 marbled bds. 8vo. EGS bkpt. 14 £80-120

688. TURNER, Dawson, Account of A Tour in Normandy undertaken chiefly for the purpose of Investigating the Architectural Antiquities. London, 1820. 8vo. In 2 vols. Frontis & numerous engrs. a.c.f. 1⁄2 bds. Tog.with Mrs Charles Stothard, Memoirs including Journals, Letters…of the late Charles Alfred Stothard, F.S.A. …..and some account of A Journey in The Netherlands. Longman, 1823. 8vo. A Letter pasted to endp, from The Author to Mrs. Dawson Turner. 3 EGS bkpt £50-80

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689. CAMOENS, Luis De. The Lusiad, or Portugals Historicall Poem. Trans. Richard Fanshaw. Moseley London 1655. Tall 4to. Enrd. Frontis. 2 further plates inc. Vasco De Gama. Full cf. scuffed. 1 £100-200

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690. POTE, Joseph, (Printer) The History and Antiquities of Windsor Castle and The Royal College, and Chapel of St. George, Eton, 1749. 4to. Cold. Frontis. and 10 plts. (2 folding). Full cf. rebacked. £80-120

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692. WEBB, Philip Carteret, An Account of a Copper Table containing Two inscriptions, in the Greek and Latin Tongues. Discovered in the Year 1732 near Heraclea, in the Bay of Tarentum in Magna Graecia. Bound with 3 other tracks, London 1760. 1 £40-60

694. LATIMER, M. Hugh, Fruitfull Sermons Preached by the right reverend Father, and Constant Martyr of Jesus Christ, M. Hugh Latimer, newly imprinted. London, 1607. Printers device to tp. 8vo. (pp. 191-206 lacking) new endpp. Full cf. £100-300

693. FAIRFAX, Edward, (trans.) Godfrey of Bulloigne or (The Recoverie of Hierusalem) London, 1600. 4to. Blind tooled cf. £40-60

695. THE HOLY BIBLE. Containing Old and New Testament. Robert Barker, 1613. Black letter, King James Bible. Genealogies, tables. Engrd. Tps. 4to. Cf. Rebacked. £100-200

696. YOUNG, Rev. George, A History of Whitby and Streoneshalh Abbey. Whitby, 1817. Frontis. and vig to tp. Numerous plates and engrs. Complete. 8vo. 1⁄2 marbled bds. In 2 vols. EGS bkpt £50-80

697. DOUGLAS, Francis, Rural Love, A Tale in The Scottish Dialect to which is added A Glossary, F. Douglas Aberdeen, 1759. Slim 4to. 1⁄2 bds. bkplt £40-60

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691. [AKENSIDE, Mark] The Pleasures of Imagination A Poem in Three books. Dodsley, 1744. 1st edn. Slim 4to. 1 ⁄4 bds. worn & scuffed. Tog.with 2 other edns. By same. Plus [PEMBROKE, John] The Art of Preserving Health: A Poem. Millar, 1744. Slim 4to. 1⁄4 bds. plus [CAMBRIDGE, R.D. ] The Scribleriad; An Historic Poem in six books. Dodsley, 1751. 1st edn. Slim 4to. Frontis. and plts. A.c.f. full cf. rebacked. Plus 3 others. 8 £200-300


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698. MENARD, M. Histoire Des Antiquities de La Ville de Nimes et de ses Environs. Nouvelle edition, Nimes, 1819. Folding frontis. 14 plts a.c.f. sm. 8vo. Worn bds. Tog.with DEVELLE, A. Tombeaux de la Cathedrale de Rouen, Rouen, 1833. 8vo. Frontis plan, 10 plts with tissue guard. Ex. Lib. Cl bds. Plus WINKLES, B. French Cathedrals from Drawings taken on the spot by R. Garland. Tilt, London, 1837. 4to. Foxed engrd. Tp. Numerous plates with tissue guard, embossed cl bumped. 3 EGS bkplts £80-120

700. SEWARD, Anna, Original Sonnets on Various Subjects, and Odes paraphrased from Horace. London, 1799. Slim 4to. 1⁄2 marbled bds. Tog.with STRUTT, Joseph, The Test of Guilt or Traits of Ancient Superstition. A Dramatic Tale, London, 1808. Slim 4to. Rebound. Plus BOWLES, Rev. W.L. The Grave of The Last Saxon, or, The Legend of the Curfew. A Poem. London, 1182. 1st edn. Slim 8vo. Insc. “with the Author’s respects June 4th 1822” paper covered bds. scuffed. Plus another copy. Plus others. All with EGS bkpts. 7 £80-120

703. GIBSON, Edmund, Chronicon Saxonicum ex. Mss. Codicibus nunc primum integrum edit, ac Latinum Fecit, Oxonii. 1692. Folding map of England . speckled cf. worn. Tog.with another copy of same, 1692. Folding map, printers device Sheldonian to tp. 4to. Full cf. Rebacked. 2 £100-300

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702. BROWN, Thomas, Pseudoxia Epidemica: or Enquries into Very Many received Tenents and commonly presumed truths. Tilt, London, 1646. 1st edn. Engrd. Initials. Sm. fo. MS. contents to endpp. 387pp. full cf. upr. Bd. Det £80-120

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699. SEDLEY, Sir Charles, Bellamira or The Mistress. A Comedy as it is Acted by Their Majesties Servants. May 24, 1689. London 1687. 1st edn. New ednpp. Slim 4to. Rebound. EGS. Bkplt £40-60

701. [BACON, Francis] The History of The Reign of King Henry The Seventh. Written by The Right Honourable Francis Lo Verulum. Viscount S. Alban. London, 1628. Engrd. Tp. & initials. 248pp. 5l index. Repairs to edges. Sm fo. Full cf. rebacked £80-120

704. STRUTT, Joseph, Corda Angel-Cynnann: or A Compleat view of The Manners, Customs, Aims, Habits etc. of The Inhabitants of England from the arrival of the Saxons till the Reign of Henry the Eighth. London, 1775-6 in 3 volumes, plates a.c.f. Fo. Full cf. glt. Spines with labels. Tog.with The Chronicles of England, or A Compleat History, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical of the Ancient Britons and Saxons, London, 1779. In 2 vols. Fo. Full cf. Plus A Complete View of The Dress and Habits of the People of England. 1796-99. In 2 vols. By same. Numerous plts. A.c.f. EGS bkpt. 1⁄2 marbled bds. 7 £200-400

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706. STRUTT, Joseph, The Regal & Ecclesiastical Antiquities of England. London, 1777. 4to. Numerous plates. 1⁄2 bds. worn. Tog.with A Biographical Dictionary containing an Historical account of all the Engravers by same. London, 1785. 4to. frontis. with tissue guard, with plates. 1/2 bds. scuffed. Plus 2 others by same. 5 £150-250

708. TOOKE, John Horne, EITEA PTEPOENTA or The Diversions of Purley. London, 1798, 2nd edn. In 2 vols. 4to. frontis. 1⁄2 marbled bds. Tog.with NARES, Robert, A Glossary or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names and Allusions to Customs Proverbs etc. London, 1822. 4to. 1⁄2 marbled bds. scuffed. 3 EGS bkpt £50-80

710. PARKER, John Henry, pub. Architectural Notices of The Churches of The Archdeaconry of Northampton, London, 1849. 4to. frontis. with tissue guard. 43 mounted engrs. 1⁄2 bds. tog.with BRITTON John, The History and Antiquities of The Metropolitical Church of York. Illus. By a series of engravings of views, elevations, plans and Details. Longman, 1819. Fo. Plus 3 other related. 5 EGS bkpts £200-300

707. BOILEAU, Nicolas, Oeuvres de Nicolas Boileau Despreaux avec des Eclaircissemens Historiques, Donnez pa lui-meme. Amsterdam, 1718. In 2 vols. 4to. engd. Frontis. vig. To tp. Enrd. Initials, full cf. 2 £50-80

709. STEVENSON, The Rev. Joseph, ed. The Ayenbite of Inwyt. Written in The Dialect of The County of Kent by Michel of Northgate, Dan. In the year 1340. Roxburghe Club, 1855. 4to. 1⁄4 bds. tog.with WARNER, George F. ed. The Epistle of Othea to Hector or The Boke of Knyghthode. 1904. Roxburghe Club. Plus other Roxburghe Club publications. 8 £200-300

711. FURNIVALL, Frederick J. ed. The History of The Holy Graal, partly in Verse, by Henry Lonelich, Skynner. French prose by Sires Robieri de Borron. Roxburghe Club, 1861. 2 vols. 4to. tog.with other Roxburghe Club interest. 7 EGS Bkpt £100-200

712. IRVING, D. ed. Clariodus; A Metrical Romance. Printed from manuscripts of the sixteenth century. Edinburgh 1830. 4to. Ltd. Edn. Full cl. Tog.with HAYWARD, John ed. Collected Works of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, The Nonesuch press, 1926. 4to. 1⁄4 bds. plus other publications, inc. The Bannatyne Club. etc. 6 bkplts. £50-80

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705. DANIEL, Samuel, The Collection of The History of England, with Continuation into the Reign of Henry the Seventh by John Trussel. 5th edn. Corrected. London, 1685. Sm. Fo. 262pp. full cf. wont. Bkpt. 1 £50-80


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713. STOCKDALE, Percival, ed. The Seasons by James Thomson. London, 1793. 4to. frontis. & 4 full page engs. By Stothard. Full tooled cf. rebacked. Tog.with NOTT, John, trans. Select Odes from the Persian Poet Hafez. London, 1787. Slim 4to. damp to final pp. full cf. 2 £70-90

714. NORTON, John, printer. Certaine Sermons or Homilies Appoynted to be read in Churches in the time of the late Queen Elizabeth of famous memory. 1635. Slim Fo. Engrd. Tp. Dec. initials. Black letter. 1⁄2 marled bds. Tog.with SMITH John, Select Discourses. Also A Sermon preached by Simon Patrick. London, 1660. 4to. full cf. rebacked. Lwr. Bd. Det. 2 bkpts. £50-80

715. PEGGE, Samuel, Memoirs of The Life of Roger de Weseham, Dean of Lincoln, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield and Principal Favourite of Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln. London, 1761. Ms. Insc. “given to me by Samuel Pegge Esq. Scotland Yard, Whitehall” 2 plts. Fo. 1⁄2 bds. Tog.with The Life of Robert Grosseteste The Celebrated Bishop of Lincoln by Samuel Pegge, London 1793, 2 plts. Fo. Full cf. plus 1 other. Bkplts. 3 £80-120

716. TAYLOR, Jeremy, Ductor Dubitantium, or The Rule of Conscience in Four Books. London, 1660. Fo. Frontis. b& r. tp. Full cf. rebacked. EGS bkpt. £50-80

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717. LIVIUS, T, The Romane Historie written by T. Livius of Padua. Trans. Philemon Holland. Adam Flip, London, 1600. Fo. Engrd. Tp. With portrait of Queen Elizabeth 1 to verso. Loss to dedication page. Engr. Initials and headers. 1403 pp. The Index to T. Livius, A Second Index. Final leaf Errata. 1⁄2 bds. worn. EGS bkpt. £400-600

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718. RALEGH, Sir Walter, The History of The World. In Five Books. Fo.1614 ( 1621) printed by Walter Burre, Eng. frontis. Port. tp. 6 maps. Tables, 2 plans chronological table. Table. 1 ⁄2 bds. scuffed. EGS bkpt. £400-600

7720. BLACKMORE, Richard, Prince Arthur. An Heroic Poem in 10 books. London, 1695. 2nd edn. Fo. Full spotted cf. worn. Bkpt. Tog.with DRYDEN, John, Poems on various occasions and Translations from several Authors. Tonson, 1701. 1st edn. Fo. 1⁄4 dec. bds. EGS bkpt. 2 £50-80

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719. BROWN, Sir Thomas The Works of the learned Sir Thomas Brown . Doctor of Physick, late of Norwich. London, 1686 fo. 1⁄2 bds. Tog.with ADAMS, Thomas, The Works of Tho. Adams, Being the summe of His Sermons, Mediations… collected and published in one intire volume. London, 1629. Fo. Full cf. 2 EGS bkpt £50-80


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721. STILLINGFLEET, Ed. Origines Britannicae or, The Antiquities of The British Churches with A Preface concerning some pretended Antiquities relating to Britain in vindication of The Bishop of St. Asaph. London, 1685. Fo. EGS. Bkpt. Full cf. worn. Tog.with INETT, John, Origine Anglicanae or A History of The English Church Being where Bishop Stillingfleet has ended his History of The British Churches. London, 1704. Fo. Full cf. rebacked. EGS bkplt . Sir Paul Methuen bkpt. 2 £80-120

, ,, 722. FULLER, Thomas, The Historie of The Holy Warre. Buck, 1639. 1st edn. Fo. Folding map, engd. 1⁄2 tp. EGS bkpt. Full cf. rebacked. Bkplt £150-250

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723. PLYMLEY, Peter, Three more letters on the subject of the Catholics to my Brother Abraham who lives in the country. London, 1807. Slim 8vo. Full cf. bkpt £40-60

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724. JOHNSON, Samuel, The Rambler in Four Volumes. London, 1771. 8th edn. 12mo. Full cf. glt. Spines, with wear. 4 £50-80

725. EDGEWORTH, Maria, Harry and Lucy conclude Being The Last part of Early Lessons, in four volumes. Hunter, London, 1825. 12mo. Full cf. glt. Spines with labels. ESG bkpt. 4 £40-60

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726. EDGEWORTH, Maria, A Set of 18 volumes of novels, Baldwin and Cradock, 1832-3, vig. To tp. Frontis. 12mo. 1⁄2 marbled bds. 18 £100-200

727. EDGEWORTH, Maria, Harrington, A Tale and Ormond, A Tale, in 3 vols. Hunter, London, 1817. 12mo. 1⁄2 marbled bds. glt. Spines. Tog.with Harry and Lucy concluded. Being The Last part of Early Lessons, in 4 volumes. London, 1825. Owners insc. To tp. Glt. labels to spine. 7 £40-60

728. HEYWOOD, Thomas, The Dramatic Work of Thomas Heyward now First collected with Illustrative Notes and A Memoir of The Author in 6 vols. London, 1874. 8vo. Glt. Tooled cf. joints repaired. A.e.g. tog.with The Works of John Marsters, London, 1856. In 3 vols. Full cf. scuffed. Red lacquered edges. 8vo. Others. 11 £50-80

729. LA CURNE DE SAINTE-PALAYE, J.B. Memoires Sur L’Ancienne Chevalerie: Paris, 1759. In 2 vols. 12mo. Marbled edges. Full cf. glt. Spines, worn. 2 £40-60

731. DUFRESNE, Caroli, Glossarium ad Scriptures Mediae and Infimae Latinitatis…Johannis Davidis Zunneri, Frankfurt 1681, 3 vols. Fo. (360 x 220mm) contemporary calf with gilt tooled ornament on banded spines, Wakefield School and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (3) £100-200

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732. LYE, Edward, Dictionarium Saxonico et Gothico-Latinum, Edmund Allen, London 1772. 2 vols. Fo. (369 x 255mm), orig. tooled calf binding, Bewlay, Carleton Hall and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps plus JACOB, Giles, A New Law Dictionary, Henry Lintot, London 1750 Fo. full calf. worn and bumped. Thomas Hall and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (3) £70-150

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730. SCHILTERI, Joannis, Thesaurus Antiquitatum Teutonicarum, Danielis Bartholomaei & Filii, Ulm. 1727/1728. 3 vols with variations, contemporary leather binding bumped and scuffed. Fo. sold as found. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £70-150


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733. JOHNSON, Samuel, ‘A Dictionary of the English Language in which The Words are Deduced from Their Originals…’ W. Strahan, London 1755, 2nd Edition.2 Vols. red and black printed titles. thick Fo. (420 x 270mm), contemporary tooled calf with banded spine. Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £200-400

734. HICKES, George (1642-1715) Lingarum Veterum Septentrionalium Thesaurus Grammatico - Criticus et Archaeologicus, 3 vols. Fo. Engraved portrait by R White on frontispiece. Oxford 1703/5. 20th Century rebind, brown cloth with red titles. Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (3) £100-200

735. AUGUSTINE, Saint Aurelius, Bishop of Hippo, Operum Post Lovaniensium Theologorum… red and black printed title page with vignette. Jo Baptista ALBR1221 Hieron. Fil Venice 1729, 11 vols in 8. Fo. (410 x 290mm), contemporary full calf with gilt tooled ornament and banded spine. ex Selwyn College Cambridge Library and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps, worm damage, old repairs, sold as found (8) £200-300

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736. SAINT GREGORY, Pope Gregory I, Opera Omnia, Paris 1705 Claudii Rigaud, 4 vols. Fo. (400 x 270mm), contemporary probably original leather with banded spine and metal hasps (a.f.), worn, bumped etc. sold as found, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (4) £200-300

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737. BIBLE:- Bibliorum Sacorum Latinae Versiones Antiquae seu Vetus Italica Remis Reginaldum Florentain 1743. 3 vols. Fo. (400 x 237mm), marbled end papers, red and black printed title page with vignette, booksellers stamps and library labels, ‘burr’ calf probably original with tooled and banded spine, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £200-300

740. WALKER, John ‘An Attempt towards recovering an account of the numbers and sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England, Heads of Colleges…in the late Times of The Grand Rebellion’ Nicholson and others, London 1714. Fo. tooled calf, splits, bumps etc, sold as found £40-60

739. ASHMOLE, Elias (1617-1692) ‘The Institution, Laws and Ceremonies of the Most Noble Order of the Garter’, printed by J Macock for Nathanael Brooke, London 1672 with engraved portrait of Charles II by Sherwin, red and black printed title page. Fo. (363 x 232mm), 719pp plus Appendix, numerous plates some double page by Wenceslaus Hollar and others, contemporary calf, splits and corners bent, staining and tears, signed for ‘Falkland 1737’ with Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £300-500

741. 16TH CENTURY BIBLE IN LATIN: LYRA, Nicol. de (Francisan teacher 1270-1349) Textus bibliae cum Glossa ordinaria, Nicolai de Lyra postilla, Moralitatibus eiusdem, Pauli Burgesis, Additionibus Matthiae Thoring Replicis. F Conradi Leontorii elegas…undated but marked in pencil 1528. title page with fine woodcut border and vignette. 6 vols. Fo. (370 x 260mm), see pasted in vol. 1 - leather covered wooden boards with red titles, worn damage, bindings loose, all over wear, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, sold as found (6) £300-500 For more details on how to place a bid go to www.mallams.co.uk BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 27% inc. VAT @ 20%

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738. DELPINO Hto. San Joseph Giral, A Dictionary in Spanish and English, Millar, Nourse & Vaillant, London 1763. Fo. (370 x 250mm) full calf gilt title. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £30-60


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742. 16TH CENTURY BIBLE COMMENTARY: ST JEROME, HIERONYMUS, Eusebius Sophronius (347-420) Omnes Quae Extant D. Hieronymi Stridonensis Lucubrationes una cum Pseude/Pigraphis,… ..des Erasmum Roterodamum…..published and printed by Hieronymus Froben, printers device on title page and throughout, Basle 1537, Mense Augusto, 9 vols in 4. thick Fo. (390 x 265mm) fine vellum binding perhaps contemporary, with embossed ornament, banded spine and metal hasps (broken) Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £1000-2000

743. CARTER, John, Specimens of Ancient Sculpture and Painting, London 1780 with list of subscribers and many plates, some coloured, marbled end papers and edges, large Fo. (480 x 300mm), gilt tooled brown calf with Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense armorial, old repairs plus a further edition, London 1887, Henry Bohn, 1⁄2 red morocco and marbled boards, lge Fo. (510 x 330mm) plus CARTER, John, ‘The Ancient Architecture of England’, New Ed. by John Britton, Henry Bohn, London 1837, red morocco and green cloth. lge Fo. (505 x 330mm) bumps and tears with Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps (3) bbc £150-250

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744. SHARPE, Edmund, ‘Architectural Parallels or The Progress of Ecclesiastical Architecture in England’ London John van Voorst 1848 with multiple plates by Maclure, Macdonald and Macgregor, Liverpool, 1⁄2 red leather and red cloth, much worn, plus Supplement, both large Fo. (555 x 380mm) £100-200

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745. CHAMBERS, William, Sir ‘A Treatise on Civil Architecture’, London 1759, printed by J Haberkorn and dedication to John, Earl of Bute with numerous engravings, some tears, stains and warping, rebound in marbled and 1 ⁄2 brown leather boards with gilt title, lge. Fo. (550 x 380mm) £150-250

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47. BARDI, Luigi, Printer ‘Le Tre Porte del Battistero di San Giovanni di Firenze’, numerous engraved plates… Florence 1831, red cloth, loose and bumped, corners bent, stains etc. Fo. (515 x 367mm) plus TAYLOR, Richard, ‘Index Monasticus or The Abbeys and other Monastries, Alien Priories, Friaries…in the Diocese of Norwich’, Lackington et al, London 1821 with maps. Fo. (490 x 355mm) marbled boards, splits and wear, Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £100-200

748. CAMDEN, William, Anglica, Normannica, Hibernica Cambrica, A Veteribus Scripta, title page with woodcut printer’s device for Claude Marnius, Frankfurt 1603, marbled end papers, light brown calf with gilt tooled spine, splits, stains and bumps, small Fo. (355 x 225mm) Jolliffe and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £100-200

749. STEPHENS, George, The Old-Northern Runic Monuments of Scandinavia and England. 3 vols. London, John Russell Smith and Copenhagen, Michaelsen and Tillge, 1866-67. Fo. (420 x 295mm), marbled end papers, 1⁄2 dark green leather, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £100-200

750. EVANS, Rev. Evan Some Specimens of the Poetry of the Antient Welsh Bards, London Dodsley 1764, marbled end papers, full calf, 8vo. (264 x 215mm), Wynne, Peniarth Library and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £50-80

751. LEIGH, Charles The Natural History of Lancashire, Cheshire and The Peak in Derbyshire, Oxford 1700 with portrait engraving and folding maps (perished), rebound in brown cloth. small Fo. (368 x 238mm) Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £70-150

752. BAYLE, Peter ‘An Historical and Critical Dictionary by Monsieur Bayle’ with vignette on title page, printed for Harper et al London 1710, 4 vols. contemporary brown calf with banded spine, bumps, stains and old repairs, George Carre Advocate and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps. Fo. (379 x 250mm) sold as found £100-200

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746. HAGHE, Louis, Sketches in Belgium and Germany, London, Hodgson & Graves 1840, 26 lithographed plates. Fo. (555 x 380mm) old rebind in green and red cloth, gilt titles £100-200


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753. BEDE, Saint Bede (672-735) Historia Ecclesiastica Latine et Saxonice: Una cum Reliquis Ejus Operibus Historicis Latine. Cura et Studio, Johannis Smith, Cambridge 1722 with full page engraving of Fenestrae Orientalis, Durham Cathedral, marbled end papers. Fo. (440 x 280mm) finely bound in gilt tooled mottled brown calf with armorial for ‘The Society of Writers to the Signet’. old repairs, scuffed and staining £200-300

754. PRIOR, Matthew, ‘Poems on Several Occasions’, Tonson, London 1718 with engraved frontispiece after Cheron, full leather. Fo. plus BEAUMONT, Francis and FLETCHER, John, ‘Fifty Comedies and Tragedies’, Macock, London 1679, facsimile frontispiece, rebound, Fo. plus Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores Varii, Bowyer London 1727 with vignette lge. Fo. full calf. all over wear and stains. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p, sold as found (3) £40-80

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755. WOOD, Anthony A, Athenae Oxonienses, An Exact History of all the Writers and Bishops…in Oxford, 1500-1690. 2 vols in one, Bennet, London 1691. Full leather splits, binding loose. Fo. (400 x 260mm) £50-100

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756. THE WORKS OF JOHN LOCKE (1632-1704) with portrait frontispiece and alphabetical tables. 3 vols. 4TH Ed. London 1740. Fo. (350 x 225mm), full calf, loose boards, bumped etc., plus NICHOLSON, W, The English, Scotch and Irish Historical Libraries, London 1736. Fo. full calf (losses) b/ps plus SPELMAN, Dr J. Alfredi Magni Anglorum Regis, Oxford 1678, later full calf binding with marbled end papers. Fo. Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps, sold as found (5) £50-100

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757. WINCKELMANN, Johann Joachim, (1717-1768) German Historian Monumenti Antichi Inediti, 2 vols in one. Illustrated title page printed in red and black, Rome 1767. 208 plates some full pages plus others in text. Fo. (400 x 280mm), later marbled boards and white vellum type spine with red title, Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £200-400 758. A LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY COPY OF THE DOOMSDAY BOOK, 2 vols. Fo. (480 x 310mm), full tooled calf with black title, splits, corners bumped etc., Lord St John Bletsoe and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps, sold as found £100-200

759. GOUGH, Richard, Ed. ‘Sepulchral Monuments in Great Britain applied to Illustrate the History of Families, Manners, Habits and Arts at the Different Periods from the Norman Conquest to the Seventeenth Century’, 2 vols in fine parts, printed in London by J Nichols 1786, many illustrations, lge. Fo. (520 x 306mm) full gold tooled brown calf, restored binding, Thomas Blayds (19th Century Collector) and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £200-400

761. FABLIAUX ET CONTES DES POÈTES FRAN«OIS, Barbazan publisher, Paris 1808, 6 vols. 1⁄2 calf with marbled end papers and boards. 8vo. (254 x 165mm) Eric Gerald Stanley b/p £50-100

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760. JONES, Owen, The Grammar of Ornament, Quaritch London 1868, 1⁄2 calf Fo. multiple plates plus BRINDLEY & WEATHERLEY Eds. Ancient Sepulchral Monuments, London 1887. Fo. both in worn condition, sold as found £40-80


DAY TWO, 26TH SEPTEMBER 2019 763. TINDALL, William, The History and Antiquities of the Abbey and Borough of Evesham, printed by John Agg, Evesham 1794. 7 plates, lacks 1⁄2 title rebound with marbled boards, 1⁄2 calf, gilt tooled title, 4to. (276 x 226mm) £50-100

762. DUCHESNE, André (1584-1640) Historiae Normannorum Scriptores Antiqui… Paris 1619. Title page with armorial vignette and printed in red and black, 1104pp. old rebind in full tooled calf with replaced spine and marbled end papers. 4to. (347 x 220mm), ducal armorial and Eric Gerald Stanley b/ps £100-200

764. DORÈ, Gustav and JERROLD, Blanchard, ‘London a Pilgrimage’, Grant & Co 1872. Fo. red cloth. plus SHAW, Richard Norman, ‘Architectural Sketches from the Continent’, Day and Sons, London 1858. Fo. decorative binding, bumped and torn (2) £40-80

766. SOUTHEY, Robert (ed). The works of William Cowper Esq. Baldwin & Cradock, 1835. 8vo. Frontis, engrd. Tp. Embossed cl. bumped. EGS. Bkpt. 15 vols. £50-80

767. BURNET, Gilbert, (Bishop of Salisbury) Burnet’s Travels; or, A Collection of letters to Hon. Robert Boyle Esq. An Account of What seem’d most remarkable in travelling thro’ Switzerland, Italy and some parts of Germany etc. in the Year 1685 and 1686. A New edn. London, 1773. 12mo. Full cf. scuffed. 1 £50-80

768. WILKES, J, (printer) The History and Antiquities of Winchester, Winton, 1773. 2 vols. in 1. Frontis. to both vols. Plates a.c.f. 8vo. 1⁄2 marbled bds. scuffed. 1 £50-100

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765. THORESBY, Ralph, Ducatus Leodiensis or the Topography of the Ancient and Populous Town and Parish of Leedes 2nd Ed. 1816 with portrait frontispiece Fo. modern rebind with marbled boards plus WHITAKER, Thomas Dunham, ‘Loidis and Elemete’, Davidson. Leeds 1816 with portrait frontispiece 1⁄2 red morocco and brown cloth. Fo. Eric Gerald Stanley b/p (2) £70-150

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771. WHITTINGHAM, C (printer). The British Poets including translations in One Hundred volumes. Chiswick, 1822. 6mo. 1⁄2 marbled bds. scuffed. (Lacking vols. 19 and 20). 98. £50-80

773. BLOMEFIELD, Francis. The History of Norfolk. An Essay Towards Topographical History .….Descriptions of Towns, Villages, and Hamlets. Miller, London, 1805. 4to. in 11 vols. 1⁄2 bds. 11 £40-60

770. PAINE, Thomas, Rights of Man Being an Answer to Mr. Burke’s Attack on The French Revolution. London, 4th edn. 1791. 8vo. 1⁄2 marbled bds. 1 £40-60

772. CIBBER, Colley, The Lives of The Poets of Great Britain and Ireland to the Time of Dean Swift. In five volumes. London, 1753. 12mo. Paper covered bds. Tog.with Dodsley, R. pub. A Collection of Poems by Several Hands in Three volumes. London, 1748. 12mo. full cf. glt. S pines. EGS bkpts. 8 £70-90

774. BRAYLEY, E.W. Views in Suffolk, Norfolk and Northamptonshire. Illustrative of The Works of Robert Bloomfield. London, 1806. Engrd. Plts. 1⁄2 bds. scuffed. Tog.with TURNER, Dawson, ed. Sketch of the History of Caister Castle near Yarmouth, including Biographical Notices of Sir John Fastolfe and of Different individuals of The Pastons Family. London, 1842. 8vo. Plts. A.c.f. embossed cl. bumped. 2 £40-60

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769. SCOTTO, Francesco, Itinerario D’Italia, Roma, 1747, 8vo. In three parts. Frontis. vig. To tp. Engrd. Initials. 24 folding plates, 1⁄2 marbled bds. 1 £400-600


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775. GORIO, Antonio Francisco, Monumentum sive Columbarium Libertorum et servorum liviae Augustae et Caesarum………Descriptum, & XX Aere incifis Tabulis Illustratum adjectis notis Clariss V Antonii Mariae Salvinii. Florentiae 1727. Fo. 21 plts. 2 1⁄2 page plts. Full cf. joint repaired. 1 £300-500

776. CIAMPINI, Vetera Monimenta in Quibis praecipue musiva opera Sacrarum, Komarek Bohemi, Romae, 1690-1699/1693, Fo. 3 parts in 2 vols. Engrd. Initials Frontis. to both vols. 77 plts. in vol 1, Index. Part 2, 55 plts. Index. Part 3, 35 plts. Index £100-200

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777. BARTOLI, Piedro Santi, Gli Antichi Sepolcri overo Mausolei Romani et Etrucschi, Rome, 1697. Fo. 117 plts. Small loss to tp. Velum bds. ex. Chatsworth library. £300-500

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778. [CLARKE, Edward,D. ] A Tour Through The South of England, Wales and Part of Ireland made during the Summer of 1791. London, 1793. 1st edn. 4to. 1 plan and 11 aquatint plts. Full fl. Cf. glt. Extremities worn £50-80

780. SCOTT, Walter, The Border Antiquities of England & Scotland, London, 1814. Fo. In 2 vols. Frontis. engrd. Tp. & Plts. A.e.g. Earl of Dartmouth bkpt. Glt. Dec bds. Tog.with Provincial Antiquities and Picturesque Scenery of Scotland, by same. London 1826. Fo. In 2 vols. plts. as listed. With foxing. 1⁄2 bds. scuffed. 4 £80-120

779. NICHOLS, John, Literary Anecdotes of The Eighteenth Century, comprising Biographical notes on William Bowyer in 7 vols. London, 1812. 4to. vols. 6 & 7 rebound full cf. 7 £80-120

781. THORNBURY, Walter, Old & New London, Cassell, nd. In 6 vols. 4to. glt. Bds. Numerous illus. Tog.with WALFORD, Edward, Greater London, A Narrative of Its History, Its People and Its Places, Cassell, 1895, 4to. 1⁄2 bds. Plus MAYHEW, Henry, London Labour and The London Poor. London, 1851. In 2 vol. 1⁄2 bds. 10 £70-90

782. RUSKIN, John, The Stones of Venice, London, 1851. 4to. 3 vosl. 1⁄2 glt. Bds. dec spines. T.e.g. Dec. endpp. Illus. Tog.with The Seven Lamps of Architecture, by same. Allen, London 1886. 5th end. Fo. Illus. cl. bds. 4 £40-60

783. PUGIN, A Welby, The Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture in England, London, 1843, 8vo. Foxing to some plts. 1⁄2 bds. Tog.with RICKMAN, Thomas, An Attempt to Discriminate The Styles of English Architecture from the Conquest to The Reformation. London, 1819. 2nd. Edn. 8vo. Frontis. with tissue guard 14 plts. 1⁄2 marbled bds. 2 £50-80

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784. RASTALL, W. Dickenson. A History of The Antiquities of The Town and Church of Southwell in the County of Nottingham, London, 1787. Fo. Frontis. 15 plts. A.c.f. full cf. rebacked. 2 bkpts. £50-80

786. SOUTHEY, Robert, The Book of The Church. Murray, 1824. 8vo 1⁄2 bds. in 2 vols. Bkplt. Tog.with NEALE, J.P. & LE KEUX, J. View of The Most Interesting Collegiate and Parochial Churches in Great Britain in 2 volumes. London, 1824. Fo. 1⁄4 cl. plts. a.c.f. 4 £50-80

785. HOLLAR, Wenceslaus. A Description of the Work of Wenceslaus Holler, disposed into classes of different sorts with some Account of His life by George Vertue. London, 1759.. 2nd. Edn. Port. To tp. Tog.with SOLLY, N Neal, Memoir of the Life of David Cox, Chapman & Hall, 1873. 4to. port. & plts. A.c.f. glt. Dec. cl. 2 £50-80

787. RACCOLTA, Di Sacofagi Urne e Atri Monumenti de Sculturo del campo Sano di Pisa. Intagliati da Paolo Lasinio Figlio. Pisa, 1814. Lge. 4to. Frontis. Plts. A.c.f. (owners insc. John Flaxman). 1⁄2 bds. scuffed. Tog.with QWILT, Joseph (trans.) The Architecture of Marcus Vitruvius Pollio in 10 books. London, 1826. Lge. 4to. 10 numbered plts. Bds. worn. 2 £40-60

788. PUGIN, A, & MACKENZIE, F. Specimen of Gothic Architecture,……….selected from Ancient Buildings in Oxford etc. 4to. Taylor, nd. engrd. Tp. & 60 further plates a.c.f. foxing. Uncovered bds. worn £80-120

789. PUGIN, A, Welby, The True Principles of Pointed or Christian Architecture see forth in two lectures delivered at St. Marie’s Oscott. Bohn, 1853. 2 vols. In 1. Plts. A.c.f. embossed cl. glt. Des. To upr bd. Tog.with A Treatise on Chancel Screens and Rood Lofts by same. Dolman, 1851. 4to. cl. bd. Plus Pugin’s Gothic Furniture, Ackermann, nd. 4to. cl. bd. Plus others by same. 7 £200-300

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790. THOMSON, W.G. Tapestry Weaving in England, Batsford, 1914. Fo. Glt. Cl. Tog.with PALLISER, Bury, Mrs. History of Lace. Revised by M. Jourdain, & Alice Dryden. Sampson Low, 1910. 4to. cl. bd. 2 £50-80

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793. BOHM, Johann Georg sen. Des Vortreflichen Florentinischen Mahlers Lionardo Da Vinci hochst-nutzlicher Tractat von der Mahlerey. Nurnberg In Verlegung Christoph Weigle. 1724. 4to. Frontis. port. Red & Bl tp. Black letter text. Dec. initials. 26 plts. Wdcts. In text. Worm damage to joint bds. v. worn £40-60

792. DUCAREL, Doctor, Anglo-Norman Antiquities Considered in A Tour Through Part of Normandy. London, 1767. 27 copper-plates. Fo. 1⁄2 bds. Tog.with PUGIN, Augustus, (trans.) A New Parallel of the Orders of Architecture, according to the Greeks and Romans, and Modern Architects with Original plates drawn & engraved by Charles Normand, Architect. London, 1829. Fo. With text trans. & 2 additional plts. By Pugin. 2 £50-80

794. PUGIN, Augustus, Recollections of A.N. Welby Pugin and His Father, Augustus Pugin. With Notices of their Works by Benjamin Ferrey. Stanford, 1861. 4to. Plts. as listed. Frontis. port. 1⁄2 marled bds. Tog.with MORRIS, William, Hopes and Fears for Art, Five Lectures delivered in Birmingham, London, and Nottingham 1878-1881. London 1882. 2nd. Edn. 8vo. Cl. bd. Plus ROSSETTI, William, Michael ed. Ruskin, Rossetti: PreRaphaelitism. George Allen, 1899. 8vo. 1st edn. 1⁄2 bds. gl. Spine. Hinge rubbed. Plus others. 8 £80-120

796. WARTON, Rev. T. BENTHAM Rev. J. GROSE, Capt. & MILNER Rev. J. Essays on Gothic Architecture. Illustrated with 10 plts. London, 1800/ 8vo. Full cf. tog.with PUGIN, A. Welby, The Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture of England, London 1843. Embossed cl. bumped. Plus others. X8 £80-120

795. SHARPE, Edmund, A Treatise on the Rise and Progress of Decorated Window Tracery of England, von Voorst, 1849 1st edn. 8vo. In 2 vols. Cl. bds. illus. 60 plates some folding. Tog.with HAINES, Rev. Herbert. A Manual of Monumental Brasses. Parker, 1861, 2 vols. Frontis. Embossed cl. glt. Stmp. Plus BOUTELL, Charles, Arms and Armour in Antiquity and The Middle Ages. Cassell, 1869 8vo. 71 illus. Glt. Cl. 5 £80-120

797. WORDSWORTH, Christopher, Greece, Pictorial, Descriptive and Historical. Orr, London, 1839. 4to. plts. with tissue guard. Numerous illus. With text. A.e.g. glt. Dec. Cl. £50-80

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798. IRELAND, Samuel, Picturesque views of the Upper, or Warwickshire Avon, London, 1795. 4to. Prints as listed. Speckled cf. glt. Tooling. Rebacked £40-60

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791. HARE, Augustus, J.C. Walks in Rome, George Allen, 1893. In two vols 13th edn. Revised. 8vo. 2 maps. Glt. Black & red cl. red edges. 2 £30-50


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799. PUGIN, A, & HEATH, C. Paris and Its Environs… .Two Hundred Picturesque Views. London, 1831. 2 vols. 4to. 1⁄2 bds. 2 £40-60

800. STOTHARD, Mrs. Charles (Anne Eliza) Letter Written During a Tour Through Normandy, Britanny and other parts of France in 1818. 4to. London, 1820. Cold. Frontis. and plt. Foxing to some plts. Tog.with RICHIE, Leitch, Wandering by The Seine from Rouen to The Source with 20 engrs. from drawings by J.M.W. Turner. London, 1835. 8vo. Bd. Bumped. In 2 vols, plus 1 other. 4 £50-80 801. DUCAREL Dr. The History and Antiquities of The Archiepiscopal Palace of Lambeth. London, 1785. 4to. Frontis. & plts. A.c.f. bound with The History and Antiquities of The Parish of Lambeth in the County of Surrey, 1786. Plts. As. Listed. Full tr. Cf. glt. Spine. Joint repaired. Plus 1 other. 2 £50-80

802. STIELERS HAND-ATLAS, 100 Karten in Kupferstich mit 162 Nebenkarten. Justus Perthes, Gotha, 1905. Fo. A.e.g. 1⁄2 glt. Bds. £40-60

803. BONE, James. Edinburgh Revised. Drawings by Hanslip Fletcher. Sidgewick & Jackson. 19 plts. As listed. Lge 4to. glt. Cl. £40-60

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804. PUGIN, A Welby, Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornament and Costume……with extracts from works trans. By Th Rev. Bernard Smith. Bohn, 1844. Lge. 4to. 73 chromolithographic plts. Plus 2 loose. New endpp. Rebacked. Glt. Dec cl. worn. 1 £200-300

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805. PUGIN, A Welby, Gothic Furniture of the 15th Century, Ackermann, London, 1835. Slim 4to. engrd. Tp & 1⁄2 tp. 24 plts. With tissue guard. Light foxing to margins. Owners insc. To endpp. Cl bds. Tog.with SPIERS, Richard Phene, ed. Specimens of The Architecture of Normandy from XIth the XVI cent. Drawn by Augustus Pugin, Blackie, 1874. Fo. 1 ⁄2 bds. worn. Plus other Pugin interest. 6 £200-300

806. PUGIN, A. Specimens of Gothic Architecture selected from various Ancient Edifices in England. London, 1821. 4to. in 2 vols. Vol. 1, 1st edn., vol. 2 1826, 3rd edn. 1⁄2 marbled bds. tog.with 1 other. 3 £150-250

807. PUGIN, A. Examples of Gothic Architecture selected from various Ancient Edifices in England. Bohn, 1838. 2nd. Edn. Corrected. Lge. 4to. A.e.g. engd. Plts. 1⁄2 bds. in 3 vols. 3 £100-200

808. Collection of Architectural, Plasterwork and Brasses Interest. 7 £50-80

809. HUNT, T.F. Examples of Tudor Architecture adapted to modern Habitation. Longman, 1830. Lge. 4to. New endpp. Rebound. Cl. Tog.with Windsor Castle interest. 3 £50-80

810. KING, Edward, Munimenta Antiqua; or Observations of Antient Castles. Bulmer, London, 1799. Fo. 4 vols. in 2. Engrd. Frontis. plts. A.c.f. 1⁄2 marbled bds. scuffed. Tog.with Vestiges of Oxford Castle, by same. Bulmer, London, 1796. Slim fo. 5 plts as listed cl. bds. 3 £50-90

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811. NEALE, J.P. (Ill). The History and Antiquities of Westminster Abbey. The Whole of the Literary department by Edward Wedlake Brayley. London, 1818. Fo. In 2 vols. foxing to margins of plts. A.e.g. full glt. Armorial cf. scuffed .Ex. lib. Label. Tog.with STOTHARD, C.A. The Monumental Effigies of Great Britain, London, 1817. Fo. 1⁄2 marbled bds. scuffed. 3 £200-400

813. ACKERMANN, R. pub. The History of The Abbey Church of St. Peter’s Westminster. Its Antiquities and Monuments in 2 volumes. Fo. 1812. Frontis. plan in vol. 1. Plts. a.c.f. a.e.g. joints weak. Cold Aquatint plts. with tissue guard in vol. 2 a.c.f. full diced cf. glt. Tooled. Joint repaired £200-400

814. DART, Mr. John, Westmonasterium or The History and Antiquities of Th Abbey Church of St. Peter’s Westminster, in 2 vols. to which is added a Westminster Abbey, A Poem. By same author. Carington Bowles, London, nd. [c 1742] Folding frontis. headpiece and vig. Engd. Initials, numerous plts. New endpp. Full glt cf. rebacked. 2 £150-250

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815. NASH, Joseph (Ill.) A Series of Views Illustrative of Pugin’s Examples of Gothic Architecture. Pugin, 1830. Slim 4to. plts. A.c.f. cl. bds. Tog.with PUGIN, A Welby, Floriated Ornament. A Series of Thirty-one Designs, Bohn, 1849. Cold. Frontis. plts. a.c.f. 1⁄4 cl. scuffed plus 1 other. 3 £80-120

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812. PRICE, John Edward, A Descriptive Account of The Guildhall of The City of London, Its History and Associations. London, 1886. Fo. Numerous illus. and plts. a.c.f. full leather bds. glt. Spines. 1 £40-60

816. GOZZINI, Vincenzo (Ill) Monuments Sepolcrali della Toscana. Incisi de Giovan Paolo Lasinio. Firenze, 1819. Fo. Plts. A.c.f. 1⁄2 marbled bds. Tog.with COTMAN, John, Sell, Engravings of The Most Remarkable of The Sepulchral Brasses in Norfolk, London, 1819. 1st edn. Fo. Subscription copy, with tipped in subscribers list. 1⁄2 bds. plus 1 other. 3 £50-80

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817. DART, J. The History and Antiquities of The Cathedral Church of Canterbury, and the once-adjoining Monastery, London, 1727. Fo. 1 plan, 36 full page plts. 4 double page. Head pieces and engd. Initials. Full clf. Worn and scuffed. Tog.with DODSWORTH, William, An Historical Account of The Episcopal See, and Cathedral Church of Salisbury. London, 1814. Fo. Engrd. Tp. Plts. As listed. Full tooled cf. Plus 2 others inc. Chichester Cathedral by Rev. R. Willis, 1861. 6 £200-300

818. DUGDALE, William, The History of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, Tho. Warren, London, 1658. 1st edn. Frontis. port. And 42 plts. 1⁄2 bds. upr. Bd. Det. Tog.with SMITH, John, Thomas, Antiquities of Westminster. The Old Palace St. Stephen’s Chapel, (now The House of Commons). London, 1807. Fo. Engd. Plts. Paper covered bds. 2 £300-400

820. DORE, Gustave, (Ill.) Spain by The Baron Ch. D’Avillier, Trans. J. Thomson, London, 1881. Frontis & illus. glt. Dec. cl. bumped £40-60

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819. WARE, Isaac, pub. The Four Books of Andrea Palladio’s Architecture. Wherein after a short Treatise of The Five Orders, Those Observations that are most necessary in Building. London 1738. Fo. Engd. Tp. Frontis. to each vol. 213 plts. New endpp. Rebound. £300-500


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821. MILLINGEN, James, Painted Greek Vases from collections in various Countries. Principally in Great Britain. London, 1822. Ancient unedited Monuments. Fo. Numerous plts. 1⁄2 marble bds. 1 £40-60

822. STOTHARD, C.A. The Monument Effigies of Great Britain, 1817. Fo. New. Endpp. & bds. Tog.with 3 others. 4 £50-80

823. RUSKIN, John, The Complete Works of John Ruskin, ed. T.E. Cook & Alexander Wedderburn. Allen, London, 1903. 4to. ltd. Edn. Library edition with Library stmp. to verso of plates. E.T. Cook’s Copy with corrections etc. Tog.with tipped in letter signed by Edward T. Cook. Cl. bds. 39 vols. £300-500

824. BRITTON, John, The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain, London, 1807. -1821. In 10 vols. 4to. numerous plts. 1⁄2 marbled bds. glt. Spines, plus 2 others. 12 £100-300

826. WATSON, William, An Historical Account of the Ancient Town of Wisbech. Leach, Wisbech, 1827. 4to. frontis. plts. pencil annot. 1/2 bds. 1 £40-60

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825. ROSCOE, William, The Life of Lorenzo De Medici, Called The Magnificent. London, 1797, 3rd edn. 4to. frontis. port. In 2 vols. Tog.with The Life of Leo The Tenth, by same , Liverpool, 1805. In 4 vols. 4to. full cf. glt. Spines. 6 £80-120

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830. SCOTT, (Sir Walter 1771-1832), Waverley Novels, W.P. Nimmo, Hay and Mitchell Edinburgh c.1900. 13 vols. 8vo. marbled boards. 1/2 green calf with gilt thistle ornament and red titles (13) £150-250

831. A 17TH CENTURY MINIATURE NEW TESTAMENT OF THE BIBLE IN GREEK, Lugduno, Leiden, Christophorum Kaphelengium (?) 1601 ‘cottage’ bound in contemporary red morocco with gilt tooled ornament, owners sigs, marbled end papers, armorial b/p, bumped, stains etc, sold as found (95 x 62mm) £150-250

832. ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM, Coloquia Familiaria, Daniel Tschisseli, Berne 1709 with folding engraved portrait frontispiece, old vellum, (150 x 82mm), handwritten title, splits, stains etc, sold as found £150-250

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834. SCOTT, Sir Walter, Waverley Novels 48 Vols. A & C Black, Edinburgh 1860, armorial b/p. 1/2 red calf with cloth boards, gilt tooled spines and green titles, marbled end papers and edges, small 8vo. (170 x 120mm) £70-150

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833. BINDINGS:MACAULAY, Lord, The History of England, Longman Green, London 1861, 5 vols. plus nine further, all full gilt tooled calf with red and green titles, 8vo. fair condition, some stains etc (14) £50-100

835. MEREDITH, George, Works. Surrey Ed. 24 vols. The Times Book Club. London 1912. 1/2 red calf and cloth bindings with gilt tooled title and ornament. 8vo. bumps, bent corners etc (24) £100-200

836. OXFORD INTEREST: GURNEY, Samuel, 6 typed m/s relating to lectures given at Oxford, c.1906. bound plus two associated. 4to. Gurney b/ps (6) £30-60

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837. FERGUSON, Adam, The History of the Progress and Termination of the Roman Republic. 3 vols. 8vo. Price, Whitestone et al. Dublin, 1783. full tooled calf. boards loose, cracks etc. plus WOOD, Anthony, The History and Antiquities of the Colleges and Halls in the University of Oxford. Clarendon Press, Oxford 1786. 4to. 1/2 calf. marbled boards loose. sold as found (4) £40-80

838. AN 18TH CENTURY LEATHER BOUND MANUSCRIPT BOOK c.218. pp. in a fine small hand in black ink. much smudged. with index on front end paper dated 1711. titled ‘The 6th Book’ (185 x 120mm) £40-80

839. GIBBON, Edward, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. New Ed. 12 vols. Cadell and Davies, Strand, London 1802, with portrait engraving and frontispiece. 8vo. full ‘burr’ calf with tooled spine and black title. Signed for John Rocke, St John’s College, Cambridge 1805 (12) £100-200

840. GROTE, G, Histoire de la GrËce. 19 vols. in 9. Paris 1864, with maps. 1/2 green tooled morocco with marbled boards and red and black titles. 4to. (235 x 154mm). scuffed, bumps and some boards loose (9) £70-150

841. BLOXHAM, Matthew, The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture. 3 vols. full tooled calf. small 8vo. plus Gothic Architecture. Glossary of Terms. 5th Ed. Parker, Oxford 1850. plus 2 vols plates. Samuel Gurney b/ps. 1/2 calf, marbled boards. 8vo. (6) £70-150

842. NEWMAN, Printer, ‘The Economy of Human Life’ translated from an Indian Manuscript, London 1813. miniature format (105 x 65mm) plus 14 other miniature titles, varying dates and condition (15) £40-60

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843. WESLEY, John, The Journal ed Nehemiah Curnock. Bicentenary Issue. 1938, Epworth Press. 8 vols. (220 x 150mm) plus GREEN, Richard, Bibliography of The Works of John Wesley 1896, black cloth (9) £40-60

844. FITZGERALD, Edward, The Variorum and Definitive Edition of the Poetical and Prose Writings. 7 vols. Doubleday Page and Company, New York 1902. Ltd Ed. 61/250. Signed by publishers. 4to. grey cloth. gilt title. scuffed (7) £50-100

845. The Novels of Jane Austen. Winchester Edition. 12 vols inc. letters. John Grant, Edinburgh 1911. with engraved title page and portrait frontispiece, printed by Constable. untrimmed paper. blue cloth boards with gilt decorated spine. 8vo. (209 x 145mm). foxing throughout, boards bumped. stamped for Edwardstone Hall (12) £200-300

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846. YOUNG, John, A Catalogue of the Pictures at Grosvenor House, London 1820. red boards (loose). small Fo. Robert Peel b/p. plus 4 other 19th Century catalogues. variously bound (5) £40-80

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847. PEPYS, Samuel, The Diary of... Henry Wheatley. Ed. London 1893. George Bell. 8 vols. inc. Index and ‘Pepysiana’. plus 4 vols Further Correspondence of Samuel Pepys. tooled blue cloth. plus GIBBON, Edward, Miscellaneous Works. 5 vols. 1/2 blue calf and marbled boards. 8vo. (18) £50-100

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848. ROLLIN, M, ‘The Ancient History of the Egyptians... translated from the French. 13th Ed. London 1817. 8vo. 1/2 tooled leather £50-100

849. JOHNSON, Samuel, Dictionary of the English Language with corrections by Rev. H.J. Todd. 4 vols. 4to. London 1818. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, portrait frontispiece. full tooled calf. plus Supplement by George Mason. London 1801. 1/2 calf and marbled boards. 4to. (5) £100-200

850. A GEORGE III ‘List of the Officers of the Army and Marines’ with index. 33rd Ed. bound in red morocco with greek key ornament. marbled end papers. edges bent and spine worn. 4to. £40-60

851. HORNECK, Anthony, ‘The Great Law of Consideration:... 2nd Ed. 1678 (175 x 110mm). full calf. plus 6 further Antiquarian titles in poor condition plus a vellum fragment. all sold as found (8) £50-100

852. COBBETT, William, Cottage Economy. New Edition. London 1828. in modern marbled boards. (194 x 116mm). plus 4 further by the same author plus The Black Book, An Exposition of Abuses in Church and State... London 1835. 8vo. plus ‘The First Trial of William Hone’ 10th Ed. 1817. 1/2 calf. marbled boards. 8vo. (7) £40-60

853. RICHARDSON, Charles, ‘A New Dictionary of the English Language’. Pickering, London 1844. full calf. 4to. plus CRABB, George, Universal Historical Dictionary. London 1825. Baldwin, Craddock and Joy. 2 vols. marbled boards. 4to. plus a collection of 14 Antiquarian. calf bound. ‘Classics’ titles. all sold as found (18) £50-100

856. Apologia de la Lengua Bascongada ” Ensayo CrÌtÌco FilosÛfico...Madrid 1803. full calf. 8vo. plus seven further Spanish, Portuguese Antiquarian titles. sold as found £40-80

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854. SCOTT, Sir Walter, A Collection of 11 Works in 28 Volumes. 1st and early editions. leather bound. varying sizes (28) £70-150

855. Encyclopédie Méthodique Recueil D’Antiquities. Paris 1804. 4 vols. 4to. binding loose and badly damaged plus mixed Archaeology, Atlases, pamphlets. sold as found (qty) £50-80


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857. WILLIAMS, The Rev. John, A Narrative of Missionary Enterprises in the South Sea Islands. John Snow, London 1845. bound with MOFFAT, Robert, Missionary Labours and Scenes in South Africa 1846 and LESLIE, Charles, The Truth of Christianity Demonstrated plus a collection of 9 late 19th and early 20th Century Travel titles (10) £50-100

858. A COLLECTION OF 21 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY BINDINGS. full and half calf. tooled. 8vo. mainly Theology titles plus 13 Continental bindings (34) £40-80

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860. KIPLING, Rudyard, A group of 8 titles, uniformly bound. 1/2 calf with tooled crest and banded spines. Macmillan, London c.1930. 8vo. (8) £30-60

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859. HUNTER, Henry, Sacred Biography or the History of The Patriarchs. 6 vols. Murray, London 1792. 8vo. full calf plus SKENE, W.F. ‘Chronicles of The Scots’. Edinburgh 1867 plus 28 further Antiquarian titles, Scotland, Heraldry, Education etc (35) £40-80

861. A COLLECTION OF THIRTY THREE 18TH/19TH CENTURY BINDINGS inc. Ovid, Plutarch, varying condition. sold as found (33) £30-60

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862. The Tryal of Dr Henry Sacheverell before The House of Peers for High Crimes and Misdemeanors, Jacob Tonson, London 1710. bound with two associated titles. 1 vol. small Fo. (330 x 210mm). full calf. boards loose. worn damage. plus JOHN, Lord Bishop of Chester, ‘An Exposition of The Creed’. 9th Ed. London 1710. for C Griffin and Sam Keble, portrait frontispiece. small Fo. (330 x 210mm). full tooled calf. bumped, splits and wear. sold as found (2) £50-100

863. SMITH, William, A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Murray. London 1880-1901. 5 vols. 1/2 blue leather (238 x 155mm) plus 4 further 19th Century Dictionaries (9) £30-60

864. AN 18TH CENTURY SLAVIC INVOCATION printed throughout in red and black with vignettes on title and first page, the pencil note on replaced end paper implies that the book was the property of Catherine II (of Russia). Fo. (350 x 215mm). finely tooled full calf. losses to spine and badly wormed, remnants of metal hasps. sold as found £100-200

865. Appel a L’Impartiale Postérité par la Citoyenne Roland, Femme du Ministre de L’Intériur 4 pts in 2 vols. Paris 1795. 8vo. original boards. b/p of Sir William Forbes of Pitsligo, so signed. plus a collection of 28 Antiquarian titles. bound in vellum and original boards. sold as found (30) £70-150

867. BINDINGS:A COLLECTION OF 35 OLD CALF BOUND 19TH CENTURY LITERATURE TITLES most with tooled ornament. sold as found (35) £40-80

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866. LE GONIDEC, Dictionnaire FranÁais-Breton, Saint Brieuc 1847. 1 vol. plus Dictionnaire de L’Académie FranÁoise. Nouvelle Ed. 2 vols. Nismes 1786. 2 vols. full ‘burr’ calf. with red and black titles. boards loose. splits, bumps £30-50


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868. BINDINGS:A COLLECTION OF 39 ANTIQUARIAN TITLES mainly 18th Century English, all leather bound but in generally poor condition. sold as found (39) £40-80

869. PEPYS, Samuel, Diary...Edited with additions by H.B. Wheatley. 10 vols. 8vo. red morocco. Zaehnsdorf binding, George Bell, London 1893-1899. with gilt tooled title and banded spine, bumps and splits. plus a collection of 14 Antiquarian theological bindings (24) £70-150

870. DE FOE, Daniel, Novels and Works. Tegg. 20 vols. London 1840. small format. broken condition throughout. plus a collection of 27 Childrens and Juvenile titles, late 19th/20th Century, generally in ‘used’ condition and sold as found £30-50

871. DICKENS, Charles, A group of seventeen early editions of Dickens’ Works, London, Chapman & Hall, 193 Piccadilly, marbled boards, half calf, gold tooled black titles, 4to (17) £150-250

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872. HOPE, Sir William, The Compleat Horseman, 2nd Ed. London 1717 with plates, contemporary calf, 4to. scuffed splits etc plus The History of Don Quixote by Cervantes, Illus. by Gustav Doré, Cassell, Petter and Galphin, London, brown paper wrappers. 4to. both sold as found (2) £30-50

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873. RANDOM, Roderick, The Adventures of Gil Blas of Santillane. 4 vols. 5th Ed. London 1782. small 8vo. full calf. red titles, stained and scuffed (4) £40-80

874. AN ENGLISH CIVIL WAR PAMPHLET ‘Three Proclamations by the King’. 8pp inc. title. ‘Imprinted first at Yorke and now reprinted at London by F.L. for Mary Thomas 1642 July the Nineth’ (200 x 150mm) £70-150

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875. ADMIRAL LORD NELSON, a bookplate with coat of arms and motto ‘Faith and Works’. printed after the battle of Cape St Vincent 1797 but before the augmentation of his coat of arms granted for the battle of the Nile (130 x 100mm) £40-70

876. HEATH, James, A Chronicle of the Late Intestine War in the Three Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland. printed for J.C. by Thomas Basset, London 1676. 2nd Ed. large 4to. (297 x 195mm), engraved frontispiece of Charles 1st and many Royalists. Full calf, gilt edges, restored spine, marbled end papers and b/p for Joseph Neeld (1) £150-300

877. NALSON, John, A True Copy of the Journal of the High Court of Justice for the Tryal of King Charles I.. H.C. for Thomas Dring, London 1684, engraved allegorical frontispiece with explanation, plate with explanation of court and portrait of King Charles. Bridgewater Library b/p. pencil notes, stains and foxing, full calf, rebacked. small Fo. (320 x 210mm) £150-300

879. BUTLER, Samuel, Hudibras. 3 vols in one, engraved portrait frontispiece, all plates present some folding, full calf rebacked. Powell (printer) Dublin 1732. 12mo. stains and bumps plus The Royal Kalendar for the Year 1797, Debrett, London, rebacked full calf, loose boards and binding. 12mo. (2) £40-80

880. MILTON, John, Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained, Harrap, London 1909. 2 vols. 12mo. top edges gilt remainder untrimmed, full calf, Art Nouveau binding decorated with stylised honesty plants (2) £50-100

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878. ALISON, Archibald, The Military Life of John 1st, Duke of Marlborough, Blackwood, Edinburgh 1848. 8vo. 1/2 calf and red cloth boards with maps plus HUTCHINSON, Lucy, Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson, London 1806, portrait frontispiece. 1/2 calf and marbled boards. 4to. (2) £70-150


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881. CROMWELL, Thomas, Excursions in the County of Sussex, Longman, Hurst, Rees Orme and Brown, London 1822. small format (165 x 104mm), folding maps of Sussex and Chichester plus other plates, gilt edges, full red calf with gilt ornament, scuffed, bumped £70-150

882. CHAMBERS, William and Robert, Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts, Edinburgh 1845-1847. 20 vols. bound in 10. 1/2 red calf and marbled boards. 12mo. plus a group of 12 decorative tooled calf and cloth bindings (22) £100-200

883. AIKIN, Lucy, ‘Memoirs of the Court of King James the First’, Longman Hurst Rees Orme and Brown, London 1822, 2 vols. 8vo. 2nd Ed. 1/2 calf, marbled boards (2) £40-80

884. DICKENS, Charles, ‘Our Mutual Friends’, hardcover, Chapman & Hall London 1865. 1st Ed. 2 vols bound as one. full gilt tooled calf. 40 plate illustrations by Marcus Stone. note mispelling of ‘principal’. Vol 2. P115. fair overall condition plus DOMBEY & SON, hardcover, Chapman & Hall 1848. 1st Ed. 1/2 red calf and marbled boards. vignette half title and 38 illus. by Hablot K. Browne. 8vo. foxing and binding loosening. b/p (2) £300-400

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885. DICKENS, Charles, Master Humphrey’s Clock. hardcover. Chapman & Hall 1840. 1st Ed. 3 vols. Cattermole and Browne (Illus.) lge 8vo. 1/2 red calf and marbled boards (3) £150-250

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886. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, F Warne London, 9 odd vols. 1881-1893, marbled end papers, 1/2 gilt red morocco. 8vo. plus 4 vols Waverley Novels, 1/2 calf (13) £30-50

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887. DICKENS, Charles, The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, Illustrated by Cecil Aldin, 2 vols. Chapman & Hall and Lawrence & Jellicoe, London 1910. 8vo. green cloth stained and bumped, plus DICKENS, Charles, Christmas Carol, illus by Gaugengigl & Chominski. Cassini Boston 1887. 8vo. Ltd 376/500, dec. binding, split and stained (3) £40-80

888. TIELKE, Johann Gottieb, Craufurd (Capt. Charles) trans. ‘An Account of Some of the Most Remarkable Events of the War between the Prussians, Austrians and Russians 1756-1763’ London 1787. 2vols. with folding plates, pale blue cloth. 8vo. 245 x 132mm. uncut spines split, stains and bumps, sold as found £50-150

889. ILLINGWORTH, J, collected by ‘A Genuine Account of The Man Whose Hands and Legs Rotted Off’ in the Parish of King’s-Swinford in Staffordshire, where he died June 21 1677 to which is added a discourse concerning God’s Judgement...by Simon Ford, Rector of said Parish, reprinted from 1st Ed. in 1678, London, rebound with marbled end papers, 1/2 red morocco and cloth boards, gilt title 8vo. (225 x 140mm) library labels, stained and folded edges, sold as found £70-150

892. The Art of Cookery made Plain and Easy by a Lady London 1755. 8vo. full calf. much used, cover written etc. sold as found (1) £30-50

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891. CALLIMACHUS, Ancient Greek Scholar and Poet Callimachi Cyrenaei Hymni Epigrammata et Fragmenta, Sebastianus Mabre-Cramoisy, Paris 1675 in greek and latin, engraved vignette on title page (225 x 160mm) in later oversize embossed vellum binding with banded spine and red title, loose end papers, stains, bumps, etc, sold as found £70-150

890. AN 18TH CENTURY BOOK entitled ‘A True Relation of the Apparition of one Mrs Veal, The Next Day after Her Death to one Mrs Bargrave at Canterbury The Eighth of September 1705’, 16th Ed. with Preface to the Christian Reader by M Drelincourt, London 1747, full calf but front board, end papers and frontispiece deficient. 8vo. (200 x 125mm), sold as found £70-150


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893. BURNS, Robert, The Works with Notes and Illustrations, Blackie & Son, Glasgow 1858, 1/2 calf with red title. 8vo (255 x 180mm) plus The Spectator, 8 vols. New Ed. London 1816, 1/2 calf marbled boards, 12mo. plus 5 further titles (15) £50-100

894. A VICTORIAN Mss POETRY ALMANACK of 251 pages written in a fine hand in black ink with lacework inserts with index and bound in gold tooled red leather by J Edmund Aberdeen, circa 1857, 186 x 115mm £200-300

895. FITZGERALD, Edward, KARLIN, Eugene, Illustrator. ‘Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam’. Thomas Crowell, New York 1964. Ltd Ed. 224/500. signed by E.K. tooled red leather in slip case (235 x 170mm) plus 10 further editions, various dates etc (11) £70-150

896. A GROUP OF 11 19TH CENTURY POETRY TITLES small format. 12 mo. variously bound (11) £40-60

898. A COLLECTION OF 20 MODERN LITERATURE TITLES inc. Pasternak, E.M. Forster, Richard Adams, some early editions (20) £30-50

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897. OXFORD INTEREST:THOMAS, Edward and FULLEYLOVE, John, ‘Oxford’. A & C Black, London 1903. full tooled leather with armorial. (225 x 170mm). plus TAUNT, Henry, ‘Oxford Illustrated by Pen & Camera’. tooled blue cloth. 4to. plus one associated title (3) £30-50

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899. BIRMINGHAM INTEREST:A COLLECTION OF 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY TITLES relating to the City and Warwickshire inc. PYE, Charles, ‘A Description of Modern Birmingham c.1800, guides, bound magazines etc (18) £50-100

900. ASTRONOMY SCIENCE INTEREST:A GROUP OF 27 TITLES, varying subjects. 1st half of 20th Century (27) £30-50

901. GREENAWAY, Kate, Almanack for 1891 and 1884; together with a late 18th Century Naturalist’s pocket book and almanack, 1796; a Victorian walnut and gilt metal mounted small photograph album, containing family portraits; and a late Victorian Jubilee souvenir card, the Royal Circle at Windsor (four generations) (5) £30-50

902. LAWRENCE, D.H. Lady Chatterley’s Lover, ‘The Authors unabridged popular Edition’, privately printed 1930, untrimmed and paper frontispiece covers with eagle device spine deficient, cover loose, brown paper wrappers labelled from Maurice Rousseau Paris to Craddock & Barnard, together with a small bundle of poetry volumes, pamphlets. 8vo, 200 x 150mm (8) £70-150

903. CARTOGRAPHY AND MAP COLLECTING, A Collection of fifteen reference books inc. CHUBB, Thomas, The Printed Maps in Atlases of Great Britain and Ireland 1579-1870, Dawson London, Third Imp. 1977 green cloth (15) £70-150

904. CECINSKY, Herbert, English Furniture of The Eighteenth Century, The Waverley Book Company, London 1909. 3 vols. lge 4to. (315 x 259). 1/2 morocco, gilt top edges £100-200

906. FOLIO SOCIETY: GRAHAM GREENE, The Complete Entertainments, 6 vols. blue cloth. in decorated slip case plus The Arabian Nights, illus. Detmold. gold tooled white cloth, slip case, plus RUSKIN, John, The Stones of Venice. dec. binding, slip case (8) £30-60

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905. HOUSEMAN, Lawrence and DULAC E, (illus) Stories from Arabian Nights, Hodder and Stoughton, London, tooled rust red cloth. 8vo. plus Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Edward Fitzgerald (trans), Adam and Charles Black 1909, decorative cloth binding. 8vo. plus 2 vols DULACS, Edmund, Picture Book for the French Red Cross, Hodder and Stoughton, London. plus King Alberts Book, plus 2 vols Uncle Tom’s Cabin plus one other (8) £50-100


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908. HEMINGWAY, Ernest, The Old Man and The Sea, Jonathan Cape, London 1952. d/w. price clipped. 8vo. plus ‘For Whom the Bells Tolls’, 12th imp. 1947. red cloth (2) £30-50

907. A FACSIMILE COPY OF ‘Camden’s Britannia’ 1695, David and Charles, plus Facsimile ‘Ogilibys Road Maps’, Osprey. plus 2 Eds Time Atlas plus one other Fo. (5) £30-60

909. SHAW, George Bernard, (1856-1950) Plays: Pleasant and Unpleasant, London Grant Richards 1898. 2 vols. 8vo 180 x 121mm, green cloth, top edge gilt. uncut. some stains. bumps etc., later box £70-150

910. DAVENPORT, Cyril, Cameos. London 1900. Seeley & Co. frontispiece cameo of The Emperor Augustus Caesar, tooled red cloth. lge 8vo.. plus CHABOUILLET, M. Catalogue Général et Raisonné des Camées et Pierres Gravées, Paris c.1858, marbled end papers and boards, 1/2 calf, 8vo. plus BABELON, E. La Gravure en Pierres Fines Camées et Intailles, Paris 1894. 8vo. tooled green cloth (3) £70-150

911. GARNER, Alan, The Moon of Gomrath. 1st Ed. Collins, London 1963. d/w cut plus Red Shift 1973. d/w (2) £40-60

912. GOLLANCZ, Victor, ‘Nowhere to Lay their Heads The Jewish Tragedy in Europe and Its Solution’, a 30p pamplet. A catalogue for an Exhibition of 20th Century German Art at the McLellan Galleries, Glasgow 1939 and two further pamphlets (4) £20-40

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913. KINGSLEY, Charles, The Water-Babies. New Ed. Macmillian, London 1885 with illustrations by Linley Sambourne, gold tooled blue cloth. plus BURNETT, Mrs F.H. Little Lord Fauntleroy, Warne 1889, London. 16th Ed. brown tooled cloth plus LANCASTER, Osbert, Classical Landscape, Murray 1947 plus LOFTIE, W.J. A Ride in Egypt. Macmillan, London 1879 (4) £40-80

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914. GRAHAME, Kenneth, First Whisper of ‘The Wind in the Willows’, Methuen, London 1944, 2 copies one with d/w. (190 x 130mm) plus LEAR, Edward, The Collected Nonsense Songs, Crown Classics, Grey Walls Press with d/w (3) £30-50

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DAY TWO, 26TH SEPTEMBER 2019 915. SHAW, George Bernard, (1856-1950) Irish Playwright ‘The Works of Bernard Shaw’ in 31 volumes, Constable & Co, London (1930-1934) 8vo. 235 x 157mm) corners bumped, some stains and scratches, bound in Scottish Dyes Ltd, ‘Celadon Jade Green’, cloth by Douglas Cockerell, Ltd Ed. of 1025, 1000 numbered 1-1000 and 25 are lettered A-Y. This is number Y and inscribed by GBS:‘and it’s dress of eternal green is the work of James Morton (Scottish Dyes Ltd) to whom it is gratefully inscribed by Bernard Shaw (sig.) 26th July 1930’ Provenance: Sold by the granddaughter of James Morton, further notes available on request £300-500

916. HENRY NAPARTUK (Canadian, 1932-1985) “Eskimo and Beluga” Signed print. Signed lower left, titled lower right, 16 x 24cm £30-50

918. ABBAS HILMI II. Twenty Three Years Khedive of Egypt ‘A Few Words on the Anglo-Egyptian Settlement’ with portrait frontispiece, George Allen and Unwin, London 1930. small 8vo. (190 x 130mm), yellow cloth, black title, library stamps and labels, defaced title page and end paper removed, bumped and stained £70-150

919. GERARD, Adelaide M, ‘Et Nos in Arctis’ An account of a voyage to Spitzbergen and beyond published Ballantyne, London 1913, 149pp with 5 inset photographs and map, 1/2 ‘vellum’ and blue cloth. 8vo. (230 x 152mm) plus a letter from A.M.G. to Rev. R Conyers Morrell requesting permission to use photographs plus 7 images and two letters from the BBC to Rev. R.C.M. (qty) £100-200

920. LONG, John Luther (1861-1927) American Author and Lawyer ‘The Fox Woman’. 1st English Edition. John Macqueen, London 1900 with frontispiece by Virginia H. Davisson, blue cloth with decorative ornament, splits and bumps (188 x 130mm) £70-150

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917. ROBINSON, Commander Chas. N. Robinson. R.N. Editor ‘China of Today or the Yellow Peril’, Navy and Army Illustrated/Geo. Newnes. London. oblong folio. library stamp throughout, end papers, torn and browned, green cloth with gilt library stamp £200-400


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921. NACHTIGAL, Dr Gustav Sahara und Sudan, Ergebnisse Sechsj‰hriger Reisen in Afrika, Wiegandt Hempel & Parey, Berlin 1879. 3 books in one with multiple plates and fold out map. 8vo. (230 x 162mm) blue cloth, library stamps and b/p £70-150

923. GRAHAM, Harvey (FLACK, Isaac Harvey) ‘A Crab was Crushed’, London 1937, Rich and Cowan, an early sci-fi novel about a search for cancer cure, red cloth, title rubbed, all over stains and foxing. 8vo. (195 x 136mm) £40-80

922. KEATS, John, ‘Endymion’ illustrated with 6 engravings on steel by F Joubert after E.J. Poynter. Plate III bound as frontispiece, Moxon, London 1873. Fo. gilt tooled. red cloth, stained/bumped etc £70-150

924. CLERK, N.W. (pseudonym) C.S. Lewis ‘A Grief Observed’ Seabury Press, Greenwich Connecticut 1963, 8vo. with d/w. American edition of C.S. Lewis’s account of his reactions to the death of his wife Joy Davidman in 1960 £40-60

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926. STEVENSON, Robert Louis, DULAC, Edmund, Illus. Treasure Island, Ernest Benn, London 1927. 4to. (245 x 195mm), gilt tooled brown cloth, black title, tears, bumps and stains £50-100

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925. WARD, Capt. B.R., Manual of Military Ballooning c.1896. HMSO donation letter and Royal Aircraft Establishment, Library stamps and labels, blue cloth. 8vo. £30-50

927. Twentieth Century Impressions of British Malaya with a chapter on Singapore, November 1907, much illustrated with map, Library black binding with stamps. Fo. £30-50

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928. DROWER & MACUCH A Mandaic Dictionary Oxford 1963 with d/w. 8vo. library labels £30-50

929. APPERSON, G.L., A Jane Austen Dictionary. Cecil Palmer, London 1932, red cloth. library stamps and labels. 12mo. (180 x 116mm) £40-80

931. The Pictorial Shakespeare. Charles Knight revised 2nd Ed. 8 vols. tooled red cloth. 4to. 1865. b/p £50-80

932. TOLKIEN INTEREST:GALSWORTHY, John, Escape an Episodic Play, Duckworth 1977. b/p and signed for Michael Hilary Reul Tolkien. Dec 4 1981 (JRR. Tolkiens 2nd son) (1) £30-50

934. BLYTON, Enid, 6 small format ‘Mary Mouse’ booklets, 6 similar and a group of 12 20th Century Children’s books, various (24) £50-100

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933. HARDY, Thomas, ‘Moments of Vision and Miscellaneous Verses’, a facsimile taken from the original ms in the Old Library Magdalene College, Cambridge. Photographed and printed by the Scotar Press blue morocco binding with gilt titles by Weatherby Woolnough. Ltd 16/200, signed by Walter Hamilton (Master) 8vo. marbled end papers in slip case £70-150

930. WILHELM, Dr R, Ed. MARTENS, Frederick H, trans. The Chinese Fairy Book. Fisher Unwin. London 1922, green cloth. d/w torn. foxing £30-50


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935. CHARTERIS, Leslie, A group of 7 ‘Saint Saga’ titles. early editions. Hodder & Stoughton. red cloth. 8vo. £20-40

936. AUSTEN, Jane, Pride and Prejudice. illustrated by Hugh Thomson with inscription to J Comyns Carr. George Allen, London 1894. 8vo. green cloth with gold tooled peacock design. binding loose, bumped. plus DICKENS, Charles, 8 vols. pt. works. Chapman and Hall, London 1879. green cloth, bumps (9) £40-60

937. BATES, Herbert Ernest (1905-1974), ‘The Tree’ Blue Moon Booklet No. 3. E Lahr, 68 Red Lion St. London WC1, 95/100 signed, untrimmed paper, some foxing and tear to back cover (230 x 150mm) plus BATES, H.E., ‘The Tinkers of Elstow’ with illustrations by Randolph Schwabe, 1st Ed Ltd to 300 of which this is No. 71, signed by author and illustrator, printed by Bemrose Ltd, blue tooled leather (225 x 145mm) plus The Seekers, John and Edward Bumpus, London 1926, signed by the author, tooled boards (205 x 126mm) (3) £70-150

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940. Philips’ Model of The Human Body (Female), edited by W.S. Furneaux, London, George Philip, loose binding (495 x 210mm) £50-100

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938. DONLEAVY, James Patrick (1926-2017). Irish American Novelist. ‘A Singular Country’, Ryan Publishing, 1st Ed. signed by the author, d/w (240 x 162mm) £20-40 639. LAYARD, Austen Henry, The Monuments of Nineveh, John Murray, London 1849, coloured title page. Fo. 18 plates only out of 100, binding broken. sold as found £80-120t

941. The Financial Times. New Series. No. 1. London. February 13th, 1888. One Penny plus The London Evening Star Newspaper No. 6997 Tuesday August 15th, 1809 price sixpence - halfpenny (2) £20-40

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942. AN INTERESTING COLLECTION OF LATE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY MANUSCRIPT CORRESPONDENCE APPROXIMATELY THIRTY ITEMS TO INCLUDE: (a) Three reports on the health of King George III from December 1788 to January 1789 from Kew House presumably from his doctors and addressed to 3rd Duke of Roxburghe, Lord of the Bedchamber and a further report from Windsor Castle July 18 1811 (b) A List of Gentlemen to be commissioned as Officers in the Army dated 30th July 1822 and signed by 3rd Viscount Palmerston as Secretary at War plus a secondary Brevet appointment also so signed (c) A Group of three letters signed Milford (Sir Richard Philipps - Baron Milford 1770-1823) two dated 1797 relating to French naval movements off Fishguard (d) A miscellany of contemporary correspondence, letters, notes, seals etc signed by notable personages of the period inc. Lord Sidmouth (P.M. 1801-1804), Lord Northwick, Duke of Westminster and others (c.30) £600-800

944. AN ALBUM OF COATS OF ARMS, CRESTS, MONOGRAMS AND DEVICES, pub. Marcus Ward, 32pp, gilt edges, blue cloth, splits and bumps (305 x 255mm) £40-80

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943. A MANUSCRIPT LETTER on blue paper with envelope dated 22nd April 1857 by Henry Waddington in Chunar, Uttar Pradesh, India to his mother in Whitby three weeks before the Indian Mutiny began on the 10th May 1857, with transcript and map, plus a contemporary hand-drawn map showing how the Relief of the Lucknow Residency was achieved by Lt. Gen. Colin Campbell in November 1857 plus FORBES-MITCHELL, William, The Relief of Lucknow, Folio Society, London 1962, blue cloth (5) £50-150


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945. AN 18TH CENTURY GRAND JUNCTION CANAL HALF SHARE CERTIFICATE NO. 3294 dated 9th February 1796. Shareholder Francis Page, Middle Aston, Oxfordshire (208 x 255mm), tears and stains £100-200

946. A LARGE COLLECTION OF 20TH CENTURY AUTOGRAPHS AND AUTOGRAPHED PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHS INC:- Laurence Olivier, Vivienne Leigh, Claire Bloom, Lonnie Donegan, Bruce Forsyth, Cilla Black and many other ‘stars’ of stage, screen and radio £70-120

947. JOHN STOCKDALE (PUBLISHER) A George III large Atlas entitled ‘A General Map of The Empire of Germany, Holland, The Netherlands, Switzerland, The Grisons, Italy, Sicily, Corsica and Sardinia by Captain Chauchard etc’ dedicated to George III, London 1800 with 25 maps/plates Fo. water damage throughout £100-200

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948. A GROUP OF FIFTEEN 19TH CENTURY FOLDING MAPS by J & C Walker of English Counties, London 1846. published by Longman, Rees, Orme Brown & Co. approximately 410 x 340mm in labelled cloth boards, 122 x 90cm. some labels replaced otherwise fair overall condition (15) £150-250

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949. A VICTORIAN SCRAP ALBUM containing a collection of cut and pasted coloured images, red cloth, 200 x 280mm £30-60

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950. SOUTH AFRICAN INTEREST:The Story of the Cape to Cairo Railway and River Route 1877-1922, incomplete Vol. II, III and index and 12 maps, green cloth, 1/2 black leather plus bound copies of The Cape Argus Weekly Edition July 5th 1899-27th December 1899 plus The South African May-August 1924 bound, plus The Cape Argus Centenary Supplement 1857-1957, all Fo. plus two further associated titles (8) £50-150

951. THE MANUSCRIPT JOURNAL OF MIDSHIPMAN I.B. Franks, HMS King Edward VII, 16 September 1910 to July 30th 1911, HMS Hercules July 30th 1911 - Sept 19th 1911, HMS Cochrane Oct 9 1911-1912, discontinued with diagrams and drawings, HMSO, bound in blue cloth. small Fo. £50-150

952. GIBSON & PICKFORD, Association Football and The Men Who Made It, 4 vols. Illustrated Caxton Publishing Co. London, Cape Town and Johannesburg. frontispiece, portrait of Lord Kinnard President of the F.A. 4to. original blue cloth pictorial boards, bumped, splits etc. £50-150

953. ‘Paterson’s Roads being an enturely original and accurate description of all the direct and principal cross roads in England and Wales’. 16th Ed. Edward Mogg, London 1822, maps not as per binders instructions. 8vo. green cloth and marbled boards plus a collection of 11 old maps, guides, travel books etc, all sold as found (12) £50-100

954. A SMALL COLLECTION OF 16TH CENTURY FRENCH ‘INITIAL LETTERS’ struck off in 1526 from a battered fragment of the Works of St Hugo of St Victoire (see attached donation letter), mounted in a scrapbook with library stamp and b/p (250 x 195mm) £40-80

955. H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE AND OTHERS: A Collection of 36 2nd World War Pamphlets and Reports £40-60

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CONDITIONS OF SALE Mallams 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: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Mallams or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Mallams accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (2) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. (3)The Auctioneers reserve the right to charge a deposit for certain lots. These will be indicated before the sale.

 INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion.  THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 2%. This premium is subject to VAT at the rate imposed by law.  VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. 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. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position).  PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. 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 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. 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 seller and on our own 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 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). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 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 in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. 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 (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. COMMISSION AND TELEPHONE BIDS Whilst 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 will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf or by telephone. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. 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. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. 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 accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17 (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. ENDANGERED SPECIES LAWS Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list (i.e. Ivory, Rhino horn etc.), whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Mallams cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. Certain countries, particularly the USA, have their own Endangered Species Act (USESA) and possession or being involved in a commercial transaction with any item on this list can be an offence for a US resident. Therefore, it is the potential buyers responsibility to check Federal regulations before bidding for a lot, which comes under these or similar regulations. Please note no license is required to sell or advertise within the EU if items are pre-1947. ONLINE BIDDING Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers, you: 1. authorise Mallams Fine Art auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Mallams Fine art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional % commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price.


Chinese, Japanese & Asian Art

Mallams 1788

30th & 31st October 2019 CHELTENHAM

A Chinese bronze figure of a Daoist-priest, late Ming 32cm high. From a Gloucestershire private collection Estimate £4000 - 6000

Enquiries – Robin Fisher 01242 235712 robin.fisher@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk


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