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1. ADAMS, RICHARD.: The Girl In A Swing. Allen Lane. 1980. Edges sl. grubby, corners bumped, early pages curled; o/w fine. Suppressed first edition. 8.25" x 8.5" pp. No covers. Printed by Western Printing Services, Bristol.  Stock ref 1816. 75.00

 

2. ANDERSON, MARGARET c. [Ed].: The Little Review. April 1917. Some pp. detached. Edges constantly breaking off. Extremely brittle paper. Contribs include: H.D., Anderson, Aldington, Bodenheim, Edward J. O'Brien, etc.,  Stock ref 1821. 25.00

 

3. ANDERSON, MARGARET C. [Ed].: The Little Review. March 1917. Paper covers damaged. Edges constanly breaking off. Extremely brittle paper. Contributors: Amy Lowell, Richard Aldington and Anderson.  Stock ref 1820. 25.00

 

4. Anon.: The Isles of Scilly: What to see there and How to see it. Gibson & Son, Penzance. 1925. Official Guide. 145pp + adverts & map [sl. tear], Illus. Fine in quarter buckram printed boards. A fine period piece. Scarce.  Stock ref 259. 20.00

 

5. Anon.: The Cornish Church Guide. Oscar Blackford, Truro. 1928. Adverts, prelims, 330pp. + adverts. V. g. internally in sl. shaken & damaged, printed boards. Gazeteer of buildings. Details of church plate, Holy Wells, the Bishop, church government, church law & Diocesan Societies.  Stock ref 458. 20.00

 

6. ARK PRESS [Michael Adam].: The Wild Strange Place by Michael Adam. Out of The Ark Press. N.d. [1975?]. Sl. marked hinges to f.e.p's. Woodcuts by Robert Wyss. Fine in dec. boards & v.g. d/w. Penzance based private press run by Kim Taylor [aka Michael Adam]. Printed by Wordens on Grosvenor Chater paper in tall thin format of The Ark Press. Signed, dated 1975, and inscribed by the author.  Stock ref 2051. 25.00

 

7. ARLOTT, JOHN.: Clausentum: Sonnets. Jonathan Cape. 1946. Fine in sl. sunned boards. Drawings by Michael Ayrton.  Stock ref 841. 22.00

 

8. AUDEN, W. H., and ISHERWOOD, CHISTOPHER.: Journey to A War. Faber & Faber. 1939. Vg. in sl. rubbed boards bearing remains of Boots Library label. Photo plates.  Stock ref 520. 35.00

 

9. AUMONIER, ATACEY.: Ups and Downs: A Collection of Stories. Heinemann. 1929. Dusty edges; o/w fine in damaged d/w. Foreword by John Galsworthy. Inscribed to Cecil Palmer, 'Stacey's friend,' dated Nov. 1929, and signed by John Galsworthy and [C. S. Grand?].  Stock ref 1804. 35.00

 

10. AUSTEN, JANE.: Memoir of Jane Austen by her Nephew James Edward Austen-Leigh with Introduction, Notes & Index by R. W. Chapman. Clarendon Press, Oxford. 1951. Fine, unopened pages in grey boards with buckram spine. Litho reprint of 1926 edn.  Stock ref 504. 20.00

 

11. BARING, MAURICE.: Maurice Baring Restored: Selections from his work, chosen and edited with an Introductory essay and commentaries by Paul Horan. Heinemann. 1970. Fine in like d/w.  Stock ref 537. 20.00

 

12. Baring-Gould, S., Fleetwood Sheppard, H., Bussel, F. W.: Songs of The West: Folk Songs of Devon and Cornwall collected from the Mouths of The People. Methuen. 1913. Prelims + 247pp. First issued in 4 parts in 1890 and 1 vol. in 1892. New & revised 1 vol. edn first published in 1905. This 5th edn reprinted in one volume under Musical Editorship of Cecil J. Sharp. Words and music of 121 songs. Some pencil annotations. Corners & edges rubbed and binding sl. loose; o/w v.g. Quarter buckram, black print on rubbed red boards. Scarce in any condition.  Stock ref 337. 45.00

 

13. BARNEY, NATALIE.: The Amazon of Letters: The Lives and Loves of Natalie Barney by George Wickes. W. H. Allen. 1977. 1st British edn. Nr. mint in like d/w. Illus.  Stock ref 846. 20.00

 

14. BEATON, CECIL.: Cecil Beaton: The Authorized Biography. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1985. Nr. fine in price clipped d/w. Illus.  Stock ref 539. 20.00

 

15. BEAUMONT CYRIL W.: A Miscellany for Dancers. C. W. Beaumont. 1934. Edges sl. dusty; o/w nr fine in sl. sunned blue boards. Title page by Claudia Guerico.  Stock ref 647. 25.00

 

16. BECKETT, SAMUEL.: En Attendant Godot. Les Editions de Minuit. 1968. Reprint. P/b. Fine in self-wrapps with sl. damage to foot of spine. Laid-in is an undated flyer for Ludovic Janvier's Study, 'Pour Samuel Beckett' by the same publisher.  Stock ref 1783. 25.00

 

17. BENNETT, ARNOLD.: Arnold Bennet: A Biography by Margaret Drabble. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1974. Fine in sl. chipped d/w. Illus.  Stock ref 570. 22.00

 

18. BENTLEY, NICOLAS.: A Version of The Truth. Andre Deutch. 1960. Vg. in price-torn d/w. Autobiographical essay.  Stock ref 573. 20.00

 

19. BERKOFF, STEVEN.: A Prisoner In Rio. Hutchinson. 1989. Fine in dw. Signed by the author. Berkoff's diary of the making of a film about Ronnie Biggs.  Stock ref 960. 20.00

 

20. BERLIN, SVEN.: Dromengro: Man of The Road. Collins. 1971. Fine in v. sl. rubbed, price-clipped d/w. Frontis. drg. by Berlin. The story of Berlin's departure from St.Ives to live with the Gypsies in the New Forest. Ownership inscription.  Stock ref 2062. 45.00

 

21. BERLIN, SVEN.: Amergin: An Enigma of The Forest. David & Charles. 1978. 156pp. Fine in like d/w. With drawings by the author. Signed and dated 1995, with cryptic inscription by the author; 'Possibly written as a cloak no longer used'. Sven Berlin's only true novel, published with the assistance of an Arts Council grant, is based on life, love and Gypsy life in the New Forest.  Stock ref 431. 60.00

 

22. BERLIN, SVEN.: Jonah's Dream: A Meditation on Fishing. Phoenix House, J. M. Dent. 1964. Fine in red boards. With 52 illus by the author. Has been favourably compared with Hemmingway's Old Man and The Sea.  Stock ref 2064. 20.00

 

23. BERLIN, SVEN.: Dromengro: Man of The Road. Collins. 1971. 256pp. V.g. in nr. fine d/w. The story of Berlin's departure from St.Ives and his ensuing years living in a caravan alongside the Gypsies of the New Forest.  Stock ref 470. 40.00

 

24. BERLIN, SVEN.: Jonah's Dream: A Meditation on Fishing. Phoenix House, J. M. Dent. 1964. Fine in sl. rubbed & sunned blue boards. With 52 illus by the author. Has been favourably compared with Hemmingway's Old Man and The Sea.  Stock ref 2063. 20.00

 

25. BERLIN, SVEN.: Pride of The Peacock: The Evolution of an Artist. Collins. 1972. Front f.e.p. removed [tidily] and adhesive paper covers damaged paste-down; o/w. fine in v.g. d/w. Photo frontis. The first 30 years or so of Berlin's life as a dancer and artist.  Stock ref 2060. 25.00

 

26. BETJEMAN, JOHN.: Ghastly Good Taste or a depressing story of the Rise and Fall of English Architecture... Anthony Blond. 1970. Fine in like d/w. First thus with nine foot long folding illustration drawn by Peter Fleetwood Hesketh.  Stock ref 574. 20.00

 

27. BETJEMEN, JOHN: A Few Late Chrysanthemums. John Murray. 1954. Fine in like d/w.  Stock ref 575. 35.00

 

28. BIBLIOGRAPHY.: Bibliography of Literary Bibliographies by T. H. Howard-Hill. O. U. P. 1969. Prelims + 570pp. Fine in dw.  Stock ref 1048. 35.00

 

29. BINGHAM, CHARLOTTE: Coronet Among The Weeds. Heinemann. 1963. 'Reprinted before publication'. Fore-edges sl. spotted; o/w nr. fine in like d/w.  Stock ref 579. 20.00

 

30. Bottrell, William '(An Old Celt)'.: Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall. Frank Graham, Newcastle upon Tyne. 1970. 281pp. Reprint of 1870 edn which was printed for the author. Fine in sl. chipped, price-clipped d/w.  Stock ref 378. 22.00

 

31. BRADSHAW, GEORGE FAGAN [David Tovey].: George Fagan Bradshaw - Submariner and Marine Artist - and the St.Ives Society of Artists by David Tovey. Wilson Books. 2000. 248pp. A4 P/b. Mint. B/w & col. illus. The only book to give an overview of St.Ives Society of Artists before the Penwith Society under Hepworth & Nicholson broke away in 1949.  Stock ref 2057. 22.00

 

32. BRADSHAW, GEORGE FAGAN [David Tovey].: George Fagan Bradshaw - Submariner and Marine Artist - and the St.Ives Society of Artists by David Tovey. Wilson Books. 2000. 248pp. A4 P/b. Mint. B/w & col. illus. The only book to give an overview of St.Ives Society of Artists before the Penwith Society under Hepworth & Nicholson broke away in 1949.  Stock ref 2056. 22.00

 

33. BRADSHAW, GEORGE FAGAN [David Tovey].: George Fagan Bradshaw - Submariner and Marine Artist - and the St.Ives Society of Artists by David Tovey. Wilson Books. 2000. 248pp. A4 P/b. Mint. B/w & col. illus. The only book to give an overview of St.Ives Society of Artists before the Penwith Society under Hepworth & Nicholson broke away in 1949.  Stock ref 2055. 22.00

 

34. BRADSHAW, GEORGE FAGAN [David Tovey].: George Fagan Bradshaw - Submariner and Marine Artist - and the St.Ives Society of Artists by David Tovey. Wilson Books. 2000. 248pp. A4 P/b. Mint. B/w & col. illus. The only book to give an overview of St.Ives Society of Artists before the Penwith Society under Hepworth & Nicholson broke away in 1949.  Stock ref 2054. 22.00

 

35. BRADSHAW, GEORGE FAGAN [David Tovey].: George Fagan Bradshaw - Submariner and Marine Artist - and the St.Ives Society of Artists by David Tovey. Wilson Books. 2000. 248pp. A4 P/b. Mint. B/w & col. illus. The only book to give an overview of St.Ives Society of Artists before the Penwith Society under Hepworth & Nicholson broke away in 1949.  Stock ref 2053. 22.00

 

36. BRIDGES, ROBERT.: Poetical Works of Robert Bridges. 6 Vols. Oxford. Clarendon Press. N. d. [c1920's]. Uniform edition. V. light spotting to untrimmed edges; o/w vg, bright pages and e.p's. Some pp. unopened. All 6 vols in tight blue buckram boards, sl. sunned spines. Discreet ownership signatures.  Stock ref 2042. 30.00

 

37. BRONTE, EMILY & CHARLOTTE: Wuthering Heights + Jane Eyre. Folio. 1991. Two-vol. boxed set. Illus by Peter Forster. Fine.  Stock ref 624. 20.00

 

38. BROOKE, RUPERT.: John Webster & the Elizabethan Drama. Sidgwick & Jackson. 1916. Prelims + 276pp. Deckle edges dusty; o/w vg in sl. rubbed boards and faded title panel to spine. Issed 4 days after US edn., this was Brooke's thesis written in 1911-12 for his Fellowship at Kings. Her published posthumously.  Stock ref 617. 35.00

 

39. BROOKE, RUPERT.: The Handsomest Young Man in England: Rupert Brooke by Michael Hastings. Michael Joseph. 1967. 240pp. Profusely illus with b/w photos of Brooke & his contemporaries. V. sl. browned throughout; o/w nr fine in sunned d/w.  Stock ref 836. 20.00

 

40. BROWNING, ROBERT.: The Poetical Works of Robert Browning. 2 Vols. John Murray. 1924 / 1919. Reprints. Vol.I: Prelims + 748pp. Vol.II: 786pp. Both vols. fine. All edges marbled. Full calf with raised bands to gilt-embossed spines and armorial insignia, 'Luce Magistra', to front boards. With prize-giving bookplates of Queen Ethelburga's School, Harrogate. A fine, matching brace.  Stock ref 2012. 25.00

 

41. CAINE, MICHAEL.: What's It All About? Century. 1992. Fine in dw. Illus. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 966. 25.00

 

42. CAMPBELL, ROY.: Talking Bronco. Faber. 1946. Nr. fine. in sl. rubbed boards.  Stock ref 659. 20.00

 

43. CANNAN, GILBERT.: Gilbert Cannan: A Georgian Prodigy by Diana Farr. Chatto & Windus. 1978. Dusty edges; o/w practically mint in like d/w.  Stock ref 663. 20.00

 

44. COCKERELL, SYDNEY CARLYLE.: The Best of Friends: Further Letters to Sydney Carlyle Cockerell. Edited by Viola Meynell. Rupert Hart-Davis. 1956. Fine in sl. chipped d/w. Illus.  Stock ref 679. 20.00

 

45. COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR.: The Rime of The Ancient Mariner. Sampson Low, Son, and Marshall. N.d. 51pp. Sl. discolouration to some pp: o/w vg in sl. shaken, dark blue, rubbed, impressed boards with missing spine. 26 engravings by Horace Harral & Edmund Evans after  Wehnert, Birket Foster & Duncan. Printed by R. Clay.  Stock ref 2010. 25.00

 

46. COLLINS, WILLIAM [interest].: The Life of a Poet: A Biographical Sketch of William Collins by P. L. Carver. Sidgwick & Jackson. 1967. Edges v.sl. spotted; o/w fine in blue boards. Foreword by Edmund Blunden. With the ownership signature of Jill Blakeston [wife of J. G. M. Blakiston of Winchester College whose help with the book is acknowledged] dated 1967. Pasted in is the publisher's compliments slip advising that this book is sent at the author's request. Laid in is a page of detailed notes headed 'Notes for Wykamist Review'  in [Blakiston's?] hand together with a 1pp. t.l.s. by Beartice Carver to Mr. Blakiston informing him of the passing of her husband. Bexhill-on-Sea. 13th March 1967.  Stock ref 1860. 25.00

 

47. CONNOLLY, CYRIL.: The Modern Movement: One Hundred Key Books from England, France and America 1880-1950. Andre Deutsch / Hamish Hamilton. 1965. Ex.lib stamp to title page verso + cancelled stamp to fore-edges; o/w nr fine in sl. chipped d/w.  Stock ref 697. 20.00

 

48. CONRAD, JOSEPH & HUEFFER, F. M.: The Nature of a Crime. Duckworth. 1924. Fore-edges sl. spotted; o/w vg in sl sunned boards.  Stock ref 699. 20.00

 

49. COOPER, DIANA: The Rainbow Comes and Goes. Rupert Hart-Davis. 1958. Vg in price-torn d/w. Vol.1 of 3. Price for the three:  Stock ref 689. 75.00

 

50. COOPER, DIANA.: The Light of Common Day. Rupert Hart-Davis. 1959. Vg in price clipped d/w. Vol.2 of 3. Price for the three:  Stock ref 690. 75.00

 

51. COOPER, DIANA.: Trumpets from The Steep. Rupert Hart-Davis. 1960. Vol.3 of 3. Vg in like d/w. Price for the three:  Stock ref 691. 75.00

 

52. COWARD, NOEL [funeral].: Order of Service for the Funeral of Noel Coward. St.Martin-In-The-Fields, London. 24th May 1973. Single-fold, 4pp., printed, white card. Fine. Readings and Music by Laurence Olivier, Yehudi Menuhin and John Guilgud. Although lacking evidence, this item is from the library of Lily Taylor who died in Devon, aged 85, in 1995. Taylor was a friend of Coward and worked for 50 years as Costume Supervisor to Binkie Beaumont at H. M. Tennent, Theatrical Agents.  Stock ref 1992. 20.00

 

53. CROSS, TOM.: Painting The Warmth Of The Sun: St.Ives Artists 1939-1975. Alison Hodge / Lutterworth. 1984. Fine in bright cream boards and sl. sunned d/w. Illus. The first edition of the only book to cover this period in detail. An essential book for anyone interested in the post-war period of St.Ives art.  Stock ref 2072. 25.00

 

54. CUNARD, NANCY [Anne Chisholm].: Nancy Cunard. Sidgwick & Jackson. 1979. V. sl. spotting to untrimmed outer edges; o/w fine in silver impressed, decorated, quarter linen, silver boards and fine d/w. Illus.  Stock ref 2032. 20.00

 

55. CUNNINGHAME GRAHAM, R. B.: Mirages. Heinemann. 1936. Sl. spotting to title page & edges; o/w nr fine in chipped d/w.  Stock ref 731. 20.00

 

56. Dawson, James.: The Autobiography of Mr. James Dawson. J.R.Netherton, Lemon St., Truro. 1865. 171pp. + List of Cornish Subscribers. Dawson [b1799] [a Shakespearian actor?] appeared before George III, '...but it doth appear that I was predestined to play the fool in Cornwall.' [p.23]. He travelled to Ostend [and beyond] where the streets were as empty as those of Helston [p52].  Portion missing from rear e.p.: o/w. v.g. in dulled, gilt-embossed green boards. V. scarce.  Stock ref 237. 40.00

 

57. DAY LEWIS, C.: Overtures to Death and Other Poems. Jonathan Cape. 1938. Deckle-edges & margins feintly spotted; o/w vg in clean boards & sl. sunned & chipped d/w.  Stock ref 746. 25.00

 

58. DAY LEWIS, C.: Collected Poems of C. Day Lewis. Jonathan Cape. 1954. Fine in vg d/w.  Stock ref 910. 20.00

 

59. DOUGLAS, NORMAN.: Birds and Beasts of the Greek Anthology. Chapman & Hall. 1928. 1st. Fore-edges sl. spotted but un-opened. Bound in errata slip informs that this book is now published by Chatto & Windus. Fine in hessian boards with spine label in tact.  Stock ref 785. 22.00

 

60. DOYLE, SIR ARTHUR CONAN [interest].: The Return of Sherlock Holmes: A Play in Four Acts by J. E. Harold Terry and Arthur Rose. Ian Hendry Publications. 1993. Mint in like linen boards and slipcase. No.36 of 500 copies. Intro by Ernest Dudley. With cast list & photos of the 1923 production.  Stock ref 1894. 20.00

 

61. du Maurier, George.: Novels of George du Maurier with the Original Illustrations. Pilot Press & Peter Davies. 1947. Compendium of 'Trilby', 'The Martians' and 'Peter Ibbetson'. Intros by Daphne du Maurier and John Masefield. Utility paper: o/w. v.g. in chipped and dusty d/w. Signed at the end of her Intro by Daphne du Maurier.  Stock ref 44. 40.00

 

62. DURRELL, GERALD [to Sven Berlin].: T.l.s. from Gerald Durrell to Sven Berlin. Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust. 11th Nov. 1966. Durrell cannot get to Berlin's exhibition and asks for a catalogue of works. '...I have a hideous feeling that gorgeous bronze dung beetles...are trickling through my fingers...' He promises to visit the sculptor at his New Forest Studio some time. 'PS. Your Armadillo is still going strong.' 100 words. Together with cc of Berlin's response [cc Signature] dated 19th Nov. enclosing photos including Grasshopper and Praying Mantis and speaking of Lawrence Durrell and Gerald's film of the Camargue. 'God How I love that place!...So glad the Armadillo is well'  About 150 words.  Stock ref 2065. 50.00

 

63. DURRELL, GERALD [to Sven Berlin].: T.l.s. from Gerald Durrell to Sven Berlin. Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust. 10th Dec. 1966. Long letter thanking Sven [Home Farm, Emery Down, New Forst]  for inscribed copy of Jonah's Dream and seeking advice about a final resting place for a newly painted Gypsy Vardo photos of which he encloses. '...I am not very well up on the gypsy side of things, but I know that you are...' c.200 words. Together with 2nd t.l.s. [20th Dec. 66 from Durrell] thanking Berlin for 'exceedingly helpful letter...' c.50 words. The Two:  Stock ref 2066. 50.00

 

64. ELIAS, E. L.: Les Explorations Polaires (pole Nord, Pole Sud). Payot, Paris. 1930. Edges dusty; o/w fine in sl. marked paper cvrs. Avec 34 garvures et deux cartes. Preface de R. E. Priestley. Geologue de l'Expedition Shackleton en 1907-1909 et de l'Expedition Scott en 1910-1913. Traduction Francaise du Commandant Beauvais.  Stock ref 1785. 40.00

 

65. ELIOT, T. S.: The Cocktail Party: A Comedy. Harcourt, Brace and Company, N. Y. 1950. Nr. fine in sl. marked, sl. chipped d/w. The first American edn.  Stock ref 809. 20.00

 

66. ELLIS, HAVELOCK: Marriage Today and Tomorrow by Havelock Ellis. Published by The Westgate Press, San Francisco & printed by The Grabhorn Press. 1929. Prelims + 32 deckle-edged pp. Decorated title page & page no's. Printed on Arnold paper. Gilt star on sl. rubbed, orange boards with black cloth backstrip [damaged to head & foot]. Ltd. edn. No. 222/500 copies. Signed and inscribed to unknown recipient; 'With the Author's best regards'.  Stock ref 446. 45.00

 

67. EPSTEIN, JACOB.: Catalogue of Collection of Sculpture in Bronze by Epstein and Exhibition of Paintings by Contemporary British Artists. At the Showroom of the Lakeland Garage, Church Street, Windermere. August 1943. Printed by The Cloister Press, Manchester. 36 sewn pp. Fine in sl. sunned grey-blue, linen, gilt-impressed boards. 50% of sales to go to Merchant Navy Comforts Fund. 1pp. preface by Epstein. 12 b/w plates of Epstein's bronzes tipped in with descriptions on opposite pp. Catalogue. Other artists include: Helps, Horton, Jowett, G Spenser, Bland, Dunlop, Eurich, Gwynne-Jones, L. Pickard, R Sickert, Suddaby, Boudin, Christopher Wood, Augustus John, Paul Nash, Pitchforth, Rowlandson and Rutherston. Prices from 10 to 200. Signed  boldly by Epstein.  Stock ref 1801. 175.00

 

68. FAIRLESS, MICHAEL.: The Gathering of Brother Hilarious. Duckworth. 1913. Nr. fine in period gilt decorated boards. Col plates by 'E.F.B'.  Stock ref 818. 20.00

 

69. FORD, HUGH.: Published in Paris: American and British Writers, Printers, and Publishers in Paris, 192-1939. Garnstone Press, London but printed in USA. 1975. Fine in like d/w.  Stock ref 858. 20.00

 

70. GALSWORTHY, JOHN.: Awakening. Heinemann. N.d. [1910's?]. Minor spotting to e.p's & sl. rubbed edges; o/w fine in bright, gilt-embossed brown boards & fine d/w. Illus by R. H. Saulter. Tissue guarded col. frontis.  Stock ref 1791. 30.00

 

71. GENET, JEAN.: Genet by Edmund White with a Chronology by Albert Dichy. Chatto & Windus. 1993. 820pp. Fine in like dw. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 950. 30.00

 

72. GIDE, ANDRE.: Amyntas. The Bodley Head. 1958. Discreet ex. lib stamps to title page + verso. O/w practically mint in sl. chipped boards. Transl & illus by Villiers David. Printed at The Curwen Pressand bound by Mansell under the care of Will Carter. No. 223 of 1500 copies. Gilt embossed cream boards with lib no. to base of spine.  Stock ref 907. 20.00

 

73. GILBERT AND SULLIVAN.: Songs of Two Savoyards: Words and Illustrations by W. S. Gilbert; Music by Arthur Sullivan. George Routledge and Sons. N.d. [c1900]. Purple bookseller's stamp to title page, edges sl. dusty, internally fine in rubbed & sl. cocked gilt-embossed, brown-decorated, fawn cloth boards.  Stock ref 1688. 50.00

 

74. GOLDING, WILLIAM.: An Egyptian Journal. Faber & Faber. 1985. Fine in dw. Signed by the author + ownership name and address.  Stock ref 952. 80.00

 

75. GOSSE, EDMUND.: Edmund Gosse: A Literary Landscape 1849-1928. Secker & Warburg. 1985. Prelims + 567pp. Reprint [1984]. Fine in dw. Illustrated.  Stock ref 980. 22.00

 

76. Graham, Winston.: The Black Moon. Collins. 1973. 1st. edn. V.g. in like d/w. Signed, dated 11th Oct 1973 and inscribed by the author to Paul and Jo [Rosewarne?].  Stock ref 76. 40.00

 

77. Graham, Winston.: The Four Swans: A Novel of Cornwall. Collins. 1976. Prelims + 409pp. Uncorrected Proof Copy. Spine sl. cocked; o/w fine.  Stock ref 65. 25.00

 

78. Graham, Winston.: The Walking Stick. Collins. 1967. 1st edn. Dusty edges; o/w fine in like, protected d/w. Signed, dated June 1967 and inscribed by the author to 'Greville & Evelyn with affection.'  Stock ref 63. 45.00

 

79. GRAY, THOMAS.: The Poems of Gray. Printed by T. Bensley for F. J. du Roveray. 1800. 'A New Edition. Adorned with Plates'. xxx + 162pp. Dusty edges, some discolouration of pp., front hings loose; o/w vg in grubby, red, stretch-marked, full calf,  boards.  Stock ref 2016. 30.00

 

80. Green, Russell.: Rooks Over The Elms [a novel]. Unpublished[?]. N.d. [1940's?]. 282pp. original [mainly] double-spaced, typescript [some autograph pages] with autograph corrections. 10" x 8". Edges dusty & sl. rubbed. Tightly bound, with sl. damaged e.p's, into grubby, green, buckram boards with rubbed, gilt-impressed title to spine. Author's address stamp Millbank, London] and instructions for manuscript return on paste-down. 'Godfery [sic] Earlton' [pseudonym?] has been scribbled out in favour of Russell Green, '...author of Prophet Without Honour, Wilderness Blossoms, etc. etc.' A quick glance shows the story to be set in Kent during WW2. Hero is a left wing poet & gardener?  Stock ref 1952. 40.00

 

81. GREENE, GRAHAM.: A Sense of Reality. The Bodley Head. 1963. 1st. E.p's sl. spotted; o/w fine in v.sl. marked dw.  Stock ref 988. 45.00

 

82. HALLE ORCHESTRA.: One Hundred Years of The Halle: 1858-1958 by C. B. Rees. Macgibbon & Kee. 1958. First published in October 1957, this 'Second Edition' is nevertheless limited to 250 copies of which this is No.160. Signed by both the author and John Barbirolli who provided the Foreword. T.e.g. Fine in quarter bound, gilt-impressed leather / Blue cloth boards.  Stock ref 1687. 75.00

 

83. HALLIDAY, F. E.: Shakespeare and His Critics. Duckworth. 1958. Edges sl. spotted; o/w fine in sl. chipped d/w. Signed, inscribed and dated 8th Jan. 1959 for Paul by the author. Laid in is a 58 word congratulatory t.l.s [same date] by the author [from Five Fields, St.Ives] to Paul [Vibert]. Vibert is the son of Frank Vibert, post-war Secretary to the potter Bernard Leach. Halliday was a friend of Leach, Vibert and Barbara Hepworth all of whom lived in St.Ives, Cornwall. In earlier times Halliday taught alongside the poet Louis MacNeice.  Stock ref 2071. 40.00

 

84. HAMILTON, HAMISH.: Majority: 1931-1952: An Anthology of 21 Years of Publishing by various contributors. Hamish Hamilton. 1952. Over 1,000pp. Illus. Fine in sl. chipped d/w. Inscribed to Poldy Loewenstein, dated Jan 1969 and signed by the author.  Stock ref 1832. 25.00

 

85. HAMILTON, OWEN.: The Older Shepherd and Other Poems. Elkin Mathews and Marrot. 1931. Sl. discolouration to free e.p's & sl. spotting to title page & edges; o/w fine in sl. chipped d/w.Bookplate. Inscribed with the author's compliments, signed and dated Nov / 31. Laid in is a 70-odd word a.l.s. to Mrs. Fitz[hugh?] which accompanied the book discussing his aspirations for its form and content and suggesting a meeting. 16 Glebe Place, Chelsea. 15/11/31.  Stock ref 1854. 20.00

 

86. HARDY, THOMAS.: The Poetical Works of Thomas Hardy. Vol.I: Lyrical, Narratory, and Reflective. Vol.II: The Dynasts... Macmillan. 1920 / 1920. Reprints. Dusty edges; o/w vg in tight boards. Vol.I in bright boards. Dull spine to vol.II  Stock ref 1031. 25.00

 

87. HARDY, THOMAS.: The Wormwood Cup: Thomas Hardy in Cornwall: A Study in Temperament, Topography and Timing by Kenneth Phelps. Lodenek Press, Cornwall. 1975. 173pp. Illus. Fine in dw. Doubtful portrait of Hardy as frontis.  Stock ref 1029. 20.00

 

88. HARVEY, HAROLD.: A Soldier's Sketches Under Fire. Sampson Low, Marston & Co. N.d. Fine in evocatively decorated boards. Notes and sketches on the way to and at the front in WWI. Forenote by Robert Overton. V. scarce.  Stock ref 1147. 60.00

 

89. HEMINGWAY, ERNEST [interest].: Hemingway: A Biography by Jeffery Myers. Macmillan. 1986. Sl. mark to leading edges; o/w nr. mint in like d/w. Illus.  Stock ref 1651. 25.00

 

90. HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL.: The Poet / The Professor / The Autocrat of The Breakfast Table. The Walter Scott Publishing Co. N.d. Three vols. 6.75" x 4.4". The Autocrat has a intro dated1858. All in quarter bound, gilt-embossed buckram, decorated boards, that of Autocrat embossed with motif of 'Dollar Institution' and their bookplate verso. All edges gilt. Spines v. sl. sunned; ow practically fine in sl. worn slipcase.  Stock ref 1063. 25.00

 

91. HOPKINS, GERARD MANLEY.: Gerard Manley Hopkins: Selected Poems. The Nonesuch Press. 1954. Fine in decorated boards and sl. dusty slipcase.  Stock ref 1056. 20.00

 

92. HUXLEY, ALDOUS [interest].: Aldous Huxley: A Biography: Vol.I: 1894-1939 + Vol.II 1939-1963 by Sybille Bedford. Chatto & Windus in Association with Collins. (i) 1973 (ii) 1974. Fine in like d/w's. Illus. Two vols:  Stock ref 1650. 40.00

 

93. HUXLEY, ELSPETH.: Out In The Midday Sun: My Kenya. Chatto & Windus. 1985. Fine in d/w. Signed and dated by the author in year of publication.  Stock ref 951. 30.00

 

94. Isabell, Rev. John.: Eight Cornish Tales in the Cornish Dialect. Netherton & Worth, Truro. 1883. 64pp. + adverts. Edges sl. rubbed; o/w v.g. in illustrated card cvrs. Author was former curate of Padstow. Scarce early paperback.  Stock ref 364. 20.00

 

95. James, C. C.: A History of The Parish of Gwennap in Cornwall. Published by the author's Penzance address. N.d. [1960's?]. 271pp. Fine in sl. marked, price-clipped d/w. Bookplate of Ruth Mathilde Phillips.  Scarce.  Stock ref 381. 20.00

 

96. James, C.C.: A History of The Parish of Gwennap in Cornwall. Published by the author. N.d. [1960's?] 271pp. Fine in like boards. The author was Vice President of the Royal Geoloigical Society of Cornwall and a Bard of the Cornish Gorsedd. Scarce.  Stock ref 247. 20.00

 

97. JAMES, HENRY [interest].: Literary Statesmen And Others by Norman Hapgood. Duckworth & Co. 1898. T.e.g; others (untrimmed) dusty; o/w fine in dulled boards. Though better than 'ex.lib' condition, this copy bears discreet stamp of 'Rye Golf Club'. Chapters on: Lord Rosebery, John Morley, Balfour, Stendhal, Merimee, American Art Criticism, Cosmopolitanism and Henry James. Some lines (not incl. Henry James) have been highlighted in pencil and a series of page numbers are listed on front f.e.p. A further pencil note in an unknown hand informs: 'Inscribed by Henry James'. Laid-in is a reference to a book, 'The Library of Henry James' from a bookseller's catalogue.  Stock ref 1833. 45.00

 

98. JAMESON, STORM.: Autobiography of Storm Jameson: Journey From The North. Vols. 1 & 2 [of 2]. Collins & Harvill. 1969 / 1970. Fine in like d/w's. Price for 2 vols.  Stock ref 916. 20.00

 

99. JOHN, AUGUSTUS [Michael Holroyd].: Augustus John: Vol.I: The Years of Innocence. Vol.II: The Years of Experience by Michael Holroyd. Heinemann. 1974 / 1975. Fine in tight, clean boards. Illus. Two Vols:  Stock ref 2048. 35.00

 

100. JOHNSON / BOSWELL [Croker, John Wilson].: Boswell's Life of Johnson: Including their Tour of The Hebrides. John Murray. 1876. New edn. Prelims + 874pp. + 12 plates. Minor underlining. Dusty edges, sl. discolouration of prelims, sl. cocked pages; o/w fine in rubbed red boards with sl. damage to head & toe of gilt-impressed spine.  Stock ref 1967. 25.00

 

101. JOYCE, JAMES.: Ulysses. Two vols. The Odyssey Press. Vol.I: 1935 [3rd imp]. Vol.II: 1932. P/b's. Sl. rubbed edges in rubbed & sl. chipped [head of spine to Vo.II sl. torn] paper cvrs. Ownership signature to Vol.I. Imprime en Allemagne. Laid in Vol.I is a flyer for the hand-bound, signed 'Special Edition'.  Two Vols:  Stock ref 1786. 25.00

 

102. JOYCE, JAMES.: Ulysses. The Bodley Head. 1986. Fine in like, protected dw. 'The Corrected text edited by Hans Walter Gabler with Wolfhard Steppe and Claus Melchior and a new Preface by Richard Ellmann. Lists previous printings.  Stock ref 1162. 40.00

 

103. KINGSLEY, CHARLES.: Charles Kingsley: His Letter and Memories of His Life. Edited by 'His Wife'. 2 Vols. Henry S. King & Co. 1877. Vol.I: prelims + 501pp. Vol.II: prelims + 496pp. Both vols.6th edn. Sl. loosened bindings & sl foxing throughout. Illus. Good.  Stock ref 1179. 20.00

 

104. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Lady Chatterley's Lover. Penguin Books. 1960. 1st unexpurgated edn. Ink inscription to half title with self-important [indiscerable] initials. v. sl. spotting to edges; o/w. fine in like paper cvrs with sunned, tightly bound yet sl. concave spine.  Stock ref 1947. 25.00

 

105. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Lady Chatterley's Lover. Penguin. 1960. First English unexpurgated edn. Vg. P/b.  Stock ref 1198. 30.00

 

106. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Lady Chatterley's Lover. The Odyssey Press, Paris. 1934. Fine in plain card cvrs with sl. chipped d/w. 'New cheap [Enlish language] edition ... unexpurgated and authorised with a foreword by Frieda Lawrence'.  Stock ref 1790. 35.00

 

107. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Lady Chatterley's Lover. Penguin Books. 1961. 2nd complete edn. First edn with Intro by Richard Hoggart. P/b. Vg.  Stock ref 1199. 20.00

 

108. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Lady Chatterley's Lover. The Pegasus Press, Paris. 1938. Paperback. Untrimmed edges sl. dusty. Internally vg in sl. stained cvrs. 'Unexpurgated authorised copyright edition...'  Stock ref 1202. 75.00

 

109. LAWRENCE, T. E.: The Mint: A Daybook of the R. A. F. Depot between August and December 1922 with later Notes by 35208 A/c Ross. Jonathan Cape. 1955. Fine in sl. used, sl. chipped dw.  Stock ref 1204. 35.00

 

110. LEHMANN, JOHN.: New Writing and New Daylight 1946. John Lehmann. 1946. Sl. marking to f.e.p's; o/w fine in vg d/w by Keith Vaughan. Illus.  Stock ref 1904. 20.00

 

111. LEHMANN, ROSAMUND [interest].: Genevieve by Jacques Lemarchand. John Lehmann. N.d. Fine in like dw. Transl. from the French by Rosamund Lehmann. D/w designed by Edward Bawden. The story of two men in love with the same woman.  Stock ref 1210. 35.00

 

112. LEWIS, NORMAN.: An Empire Of The East: Travels in Indonesia. Jonathan Cape. 1993. Mint in dw. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 968. 25.00

 

113. MACAULAY, ROSE.: The Towers of Trebizond. Collins & The Book Society. Fine in chipped and torn [& well repaired] d/w. 'This edition issued on first publication by The Book Society in association with William Collins Sons and Company. September 1956. Signed by the author. Bookplate.  Stock ref 1829. 20.00

 

114. MACNEICE, LOUIS.: Springboard: Poems 1941-1944. Faber & Faber. 1945. 2nd imp. Nr. fine in sl sunned red boards.  Stock ref 844. 20.00

 

115. MALLABY, GEORGE.: From My Level: Unwritten Minutes. Hutchinson. 1965. Nr. mint in sl. chipped d/w. Memoir of Under Secretary to the Cabinet and High Commissioner in New Zealand. With the distinctive bookplate of Dennis Wheatley. Inscribed to Wheatley 'whose imagination ... was an important factor in those days of which I write' and signed by the author. Laid in is a 52 word a.l.s to 'Dear Dennis' from [Sir Howard]' George' [Charles Mallaby] thanking him for his generous letter and returning the book, now inscribed. He regrets that he has sold his London House and now stays at 'The Rag, now a good hotel more than a club.' From Chevington, Bury St. Edmunds. 1965.  Stock ref 1796. 45.00

 

116. May, Roger [Ed].: St.Ives: The story of St.Ives and its People: a resource document for the Middle School. Penzance Local Teachers Centre. 1980. 140pp. Duplicated, stapled into light card decorated cvrs. V.g. F'scap.  Stock ref 357. 20.00

 

117. MONRO, HAROLD.: The Collected Poems of Harold Monro. Ed. by Alida monro. Cobden-Sanderson. 1933. Fine in sl. stained & rubbed, beige cloth boards. Frontis portrait. Biographical Sketch by F. S. Flint and a Critical Note by T. S. Eliot.  Stock ref 1645. 20.00

 

118. MORRIS, GUIDO [inscribed by]: FARLEIGH, JOHN.: The Creative Craftsman. G. Bell and Sons. 1950. Prelims + 268pp. Sl. stain to head of spine; o/w fine in chipped d/w. With the bookplate of the late John Blowey, collector extraordinaire. Of 18 chapters, one is devoted to Bernard Leach and one [with illus] to Guido Morris. Inscribed to J. K. T. Worden '..with best wishes from Guido Morris Xmas 1950'. The only book we have come accross to have been inscribed by Morris. Worden of Marazion, Printer & Publisher, was the major creditor when, in 1953, Morris was forced to close his St.Ives based Latin Press. We believe Worden took took his press and his type-faces as part payment. John Farleigh was a frequent visitor to St.Ives; he performed the opening ceremony at the Crafts Exhibition of the 1949 Inter-Celtic Festival. A fundamental copy of this book. Unique.  Stock ref 433. 175.00

 

119. NABOKOV, VLADIMIR.: Lolita. The Traveller's Companion Series published by The Olympia Press, Paris. 1958. 2 Vols. 2nd Printing: November 1958. Sl. rubbed edges & minor chipped & sl. rubbed cvrs. Vol.II [otherwise slightly the better of the 2] has discreet tape repair to head of spine. Vol.I contains the 'Publisher's Digression' a retort to the criticism of the first printing. Two vols:  Stock ref 1915. 150.00

 

120. Nesbitt, F.: Ilfracombe Parish Church. Twiss Bros., Ilfracombe. 1906. Prelims + 91pp. Plan + illus. 2nd edn [1901]. V.g. in v. sl. shaken, rubbed, gilt-embossed, green, buckram boards.  Stock ref 305. 20.00

 

121. NEWLYN: Stanhope Forbes Memorial Exhibition. Newlyn Art Gallery. N.d. [1948]. Single sheet, printed both sides, listing 85 items for display. Stanhope Forbes, the elder statesman and mentor of the Newlyn School died in 1947. A memorial plaque was erected at the Newlyn Art Gallery around the time of this exhibition. This ephemeral catalogue is v. scarce.  Stock ref 445. 20.00

 

122. NICHOLS, BEVERELEY.: Green Grows The City: The Story of a London Garden. Jonathan Cape. 1939. Rubbed & sl. spotted edges; o/w vg. in rubbed boards. Illus. The story of [the author's?] house and garden at 5, Highways Close, Hampstead Heath. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1985. 20.00

 

123. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: A Case of Human Bondage: The Tragic Marriage of Somerset Maugham. Secker & Warburg. 1966. Fine in sl. marked cream boards and fine d/w. The theme of the book is the break-up of the marriage between Somerset and Syrie Maugham '...which was caused, not by the Master's enslavement to a woman, but to a man.'  Stock ref 1996. 25.00

 

124. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: Down The Garden Path. Jonathan Cape. 1932. 1st. edn. Minor spotting to edges and f.e.p [ownership signature of Barbara Seymour]; o/w fine in sl. dusty boards and sl. chipped d/w. Decorations by Rex Whistler. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1971. 35.00

 

125. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: Prelude: A Novel. Chatto & Windus. 1920. 1st edn. Minor spotting & some staining. Sl. dicolouration to most pp. In decorated, sl. loose, bumped, green boards. Ownership signature. Signed by the author who, in his Foreword imagines offence will be caused. Set in a public school identified as Marlborough [with other cryptic comments] by a pencil not on f.e.p. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1983. 35.00

 

126. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: Verdict on India. Jonathan Cape. 1944. 1st. Fine in v.g. boards. Bookplate of Sir Archibald R. J. Southby, Bt. Signed by the author. A record of '...over a year's intensive study of modern India.'  Stock ref 1982. 22.00

 

127. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: The Moonflower. Hutchinson. 1955. 1st.edn. Fine in sl. dulled black boards. Ownership signature. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1981. 25.00

 

128. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: The Star-Spangled Manner. Jonathan Cape. 1928. 1st. edn. Edges rubbed & dusty; o/w fine in rubbed, dusty, bumped, sunned, decorated boards. Signed by the author. The author's first impressions of America [to be followed in 1950 by 'Uncle Samson'].  Stock ref 1977. 20.00

 

129. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: Cry Havoc! Jonathan Cape. 1933. 1st. edn. Fine in bright, red-titled, black boards with sl. stain to spine. Signed by the Author who expounds his Pacifist beliefs.  Stock ref 1973. 30.00

 

130. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: The Sweet and Twenties. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1958. 1st. edn. Fine in bright boards and sl. chipped d/w. Photo plates of the bright young things of the period. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1972. 45.00

 

131. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: A Village in a Valley. Jonathan Cape. 1934. 1st. edn. Illustrated by Rex Whistler. Paste-downs, f.e.p's, edges & some pp. spotted. No d/w. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1970. 20.00

 

132. NICHOLS, BEVERLEY.: The Fool Hath Said. Jonathan Cape. 1936. 1st edn. Edges v. sl. spotted; o/w fine in tight, sl. dulled, purple boards. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1984. 25.00

 

133. NICHOLSON, BEN [Jeremy Lewinson].: Ben Nicholson: The Years of Experiment 1919-1939 by Jeremy Lewinson. Exh. cat. Kettle's Yard & touring. 1983. Fine in card cvrs.  Stock ref 2046. 20.00

 

134. NICOLSON, HAROLD.: Marginal Comment: January 6 - August 4 1939. Constable. 1939. Fine in sl. chipped & rubbed dw. The first 7 months of HN's weekly contribs to The Spectator. Calendar of parallel, important events.  Stock ref 1380. 20.00

 

135. NICOLSON, HAROLD.: Diaries and Letters (i) 1930-1939 (ii) 1939-1945 (iii) 1945-1962. Ed. by Nigel Nicolson. Collins. (i) 1966 (ii) 1967 (iii) 1968. Minor spotted edges & e.p's. O/w fine in bright yellow boards with sl. rubbed spine to vols (ii) and (iii). Illus. The three vols:  Stock ref 1613. 30.00

 

136. NIMOY, LEONARD.: I Am Spock. Century. 1995. Mint in d/w. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 955. 25.00

 

137. NIMOY, LEONARD.: I Am Spock. Century. 1995. Mint in d/w. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 954. 25.00

 

138. NOALL, CYRIL.: Cornish Seines and Seiners: A History of the Pilchard Fising Industry. Bradford Barton. 1972. Mint in like dw. Illus.  Stock ref 1116. 20.00

 

139. Noall, Cyril.: Cornish Seines and Seiners: A history of the pilchard fishing industry. Bradford Barton. 1972. 160pp. Photo plates. Fine in like d/w.  Stock ref 172. 20.00

 

140. Noall, Cyril.: Cornish Seines and Seiners: A History of the Pilchard Fishing Industry. Bradford Barton. 1972. 160pp. Fine in like d/w.  Stock ref 398. 20.00

 

141. Oates, A. S.: Around Helston in The Old Days. Printed for Oates' Publication Committee by Worden, Marazion. 1950. 140pp. Sl. foxed e.p's; o/w nr. fine in damaged d/w. Scarce.  Stock ref 175. 25.00

 

142. ORIOLI, G.: Moving Along: Just A Diary. Chatto & Windus. 1934. Fine in sl. used boards. Folded map. Illus. Travels around Italy. Dedicated to Norman Douglas and Charles Prentice. Bookplate.  Stock ref 1387. 25.00

 

143. Ormond, Leonee.: George du Maurier. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1969. Prelims + 516pp. Fine in like, protected d/w.  Stock ref 46. 35.00

 

144. ORWELL, GEORGE.: 1984. Gallimard, France. 1950. P/b. Dusty edges; o/w fine on poor quality paper in rubbed paper cvrs.  Stock ref 1787. 25.00

 

145. Penwith, John [ie Denys Val Baker] of The Cornishman. Foreword by Judge J. W. Scobell Armstrong. CBE.: Leaves from a Cornish Notebook. The Cornish Library. N.d. [19 Edges & paste-downs spotted; o/w nr.fine, tightly bound in sl. chipped, bright d/w. B/w photo plates.  Stock ref 112. 20.00

 

146. PEPYS Jr., SAM'L.: A Diary of The Great War. John Lane at The Bodley Head. 1917. 3 vols. With effigies by M Watson-Williams. Satire on WWI. Three Vols:  Stock ref 1399. 20.00

 

147. PERIODICAL.: The Little Review. Ed. by Margaret Anderson. Vol.1. No.11. Feb 1915. Fine in stapled paper cvrs. Contains an assessment of the first year of publication & contribs from: Amy Lowell, Mrs. Havelock Ellis, John Gould Fletcher, Richard Aldington, etc.  Stock ref 1924. 25.00

 

148. PERIODICAL.: The Little Review. Published & Ed. by Margaret Anderson. Vol.II. No.I. March 1915. Fine in stapled paper cvrs. Contribs: John Cowper Powys, Richard Aldington, etc.  Stock ref 1922. 25.00

 

149. PERIODICAL.: The Little Review. Ed. by Margaret Anderson. Vol.II. No.2. April 1915. Fine in stapled paper cvrs. Contribs include: Cannell, Aldington, John Gould Fletcher, etc.  Stock ref 1923. 25.00

 

150. PERIODICAL.: The Little Review. Ed. by Margaret Anderson. Vol.III. No.7. Nov. 1916. Corners rubbed; o/w fin in stapled paper cvrs [loosening]. Contribs: Aldington, de Bosschere, Ezra Pound, etc.  Stock ref 1925. 25.00

 

151. PERIODICAL.: The Little Review. Ed.by Margaret Anderson. Vol.III. No.I. March 1916. Fine in stapled paper cvrs. Contribs include: Amy Lowell, Sherwood Anderson, A. C. Henderson, Aldington, etc.  Stock ref 1926. 25.00

 

152. PERIODICAL.: London Magazine. Ed. by John Lehman / Alan Ross. First Series: Vol.1. No.1 to Second Series: Vol.6. No.7 [Feb. 1954 - Oct. 1966]. All good to fine; some with wrap-around bands. A near complete run except: 1st Series: 1/12; 2/4; 2/8; 3/7 and Second Series: 1/11; 1/12; 3/7; 3/9; 3/10; 6/4. Total 146 copies.  Stock ref 1932. 700.00

 

153. PHILLIPS, N. R.: The Saffron Eaters. Devon Books. 1987. Mint in d/w. Sixties novel set in his home town by this St.Ives writer.  Stock ref 468. 20.00

 

154. PHILLIPS, N. R.: The Saffron Eaters. Devon Books. 1987. Mint in d/w. Sixties novel set in his home town by this St.Ives writer.  Stock ref 467. 20.00

 

155. Phillips, N. R.: The Saffron Eaters. Devon Books. 1987. Mint in like d/w. Novel set in in his home town in the 60's by this St. Ives writer.  Stock ref 2027. 20.00

 

156. Phillips, N. R.: The Saffron Eaters. Devon Books. 1987. Fine in like d/w. Novel set in his home town in the 60's by this St.Ives writer.  Stock ref 109. 20.00

 

157. Phillips, N. R.: The Saffron Eaters. Devon Books. 1987. Mint in like d/w. Novel set in his home town in the 60's by this St.Ives writer.  Stock ref 108. 20.00

 

158. Phillips, N. R.: The Saffron Eaters. Devon Books. 1987. Mint in like d/w. Novel set in in his home town in the 60's by this St. Ives writer.  Stock ref 107. 20.00

 

159. PHILLIPS, N. R.: The Saffron Eaters. Devon Books. 1987. Fine in like d/w. Set in his home town in the 60's by this St.Ives writer. This book was the TSB Peninsula Prizewinner.  Stock ref 1631. 20.00

 

160. PHOTOGRAPHY: Original photograph of a line full of washing by H. Badin Oates. Porthmeor Square, St.Ives. N.d. [c.1930's]. B/w photo. Image size: 8" x 6".Mounted. Showing a washing line outside the house on the corner of Porthmeor Square and Back Road that has become an emblem in any number of paintings by Alfred Wallis who lived over the road. A black cat sits on the sunny doorstep. Signed on mount & inscribed & signed by the photographer to verso; 'With best wishes for Xmas and the Coming Year'. The provenance suggests that this may have been addressed to a 'Mr. Burbridge & family' in the 1930s.  Stock ref 447. 25.00

 

161. POUND, EZRA [interest].: Ezra Pound: The London Years. Sheffield University Library. 1976. 32pp. Corners sl. bumped; o/w fine in sl. marked stapled card cvrs. Catalogue of exhibits and writings by E.P. between 1908 / 1920. Ltd. edn of 450 copies.  Stock ref 1781. 45.00

 

162. POUND, EZRA.: The Cantos of Ezra Pound. Faber. 1957. 2nd imp. Fine in like d/w.  Stock ref 1423. 50.00

 

163. POUND, EZRA.: The Fifth Decad of Cantos. Faber. 1937. Light spotting to edges only; o/w nr mint in bright boards and sl. sunned & v. sl. chipped d/w.  Stock ref 1420. 80.00

 

164. POUND, EZRA.: Homage To Sextus Propertius. Faber. 1934. Fine in chipped d/w with v. small portions missing.  Stock ref 1422. 80.00

 

165. POUND, EZRA.: A Draft of Cantos XXXI-XLI. Faber. 1935. Edges & e.p's v. sl. spotted: o/w nr. mint in fine black boards and sl. sunned, near perfect d/w.  Stock ref 1419. 95.00

 

166. POUND, EZRA.: A Draft of XXX Cantos. Faber. 1933. Edges dusty & e.p's sl. spotted; o/w fine in tight, bright boards with small portions missing from upper & lower spine of d/w.  Stock ref 1418. 90.00

 

167. POUND, EZRA.: A Selection of Poems. Faber. 1941. 2nd imp. Fine paperback with like d/w.  Stock ref 1417. 25.00

 

168. POUND, EZRA.: Cantos LII-LXXI. Faber. 1940. Edges & e.p's sl. spotted; o/w fine in sl. chipped d/w.  Stock ref 1421. 80.00

 

169. POWELL, ANTHONY.: At Lady Molly's: A Novel. Heinemann. 1957. Fine.  Stock ref 1424. 20.00

 

170. Pym, Horace N. [Editor].: Memories of Old Friends being Extracts from the Journals and Letters of Caroline Fox of Penjerrick, Cornwall from 1835 to 1871 to which are added Fourteen Original Letters from J. S. Mill never before published. Smith, Elder & Co. 1883. Prelims + 440pp. New and revised edn. [1881?]. V.g. in shaken boards. With the bookplate of Wilson Lloyd Fox of  Carmino, Falmouth. Inscribed to the effect that the book was given by Cuthbert Lloyd Fox to E. Lilian Green in 1942.  Stock ref 272. 28.00

 

171. Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur.: On The Art of Reading: Lectures delivered in the University of Cambridge 1916-1918. Cambridge University Press. 1920. Prelims + 237pp. Cut edges and e.p's sunned; o/w nr. fine in sl, shaky boards. Some pp. lightly highlighted.  Stock ref 412. 20.00

 

172. RAYMOND, DIANA.: Guest Of Honour. Cassell. 1960. Fine in like d/w. Under the printed dedication to Pamela Frankau the author has added; '...and for / Susan, on / my birthday / (not hers) during / a lovely five / days staying / with her June 14th / till June 19th, 1961'. Below the owneship signature of Susan Frankau is a lengthy presentation inscription, dated 29 Mar. '84, to Michael [Holloway] from 'Tim' listing his family connections to author and dedicatee and informing his friend that the author told him that she based one of her characters on Hugh Walpole. Altogether an important association copy.  Stock ref 1874. 35.00

 

173. REFERENCE.: The Oxford Companion to English Literature compiled by Sir Paul Harvey. O. U. P. 1967. Prelims + 961pp. 4th edn. Fine in protected dw showing remains of sellotape marks to paste-downs. Inscribed by the late Cornish resident painter, Bryan Ingham.  Stock ref 1036. 20.00

 

174. RICHARDS, FRED (1878-1932) [interest].: Artist-Venturer: The Life and Letters of Fred Richards Etcher and Author by W. J. Townsend Collins. R. H. Johns. N.d. [1930's?]. Fine in sl. rubbed boards. Illus. Presented to Walter de la Mare with gratitude...in token of the joy his poems have given... and signed by the author.  Stock ref 1880. 20.00

 

175. RICKETTS, CHARLES.: Unrecorded Histories. Martin Secker. 1933. T.e.g; others untrimmed. Fine in vg dec. cream boards with rubbed & sunned spine. One of 950 copies. Un-numbered. 'With six [sanguine] designs by the author'.  Stock ref 1803. 30.00

 

176. RUSKIN, JOHN.: Letters Addressed to a College Friend during the Years 1840-1845. George Allen. 1894. Occasional v. light spotting; o/w fine in tight, sl. rubbed boards. Inscribed; 'Robt. [?] / from / The Publisher / 10th July 1894'.  Stock ref 1862. 75.00

 

177. RUSSELL, KEN.: A British Picture: An Autobiography. Heinemann. 1989. Mint in dw. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 970. 35.00

 

178. SACKVILLE-WEST, EDWARD.: The Rescue: A Melodrama for Broadcasting based on Homer's Odyssey. Secker and Warburg. 1945. Ltd. edn. No.638 of 850 copies. T.e.g., all others un-trimmed. Six col. & b/w illustrated plates by Henry Moore. Front paste-down and f.e.p. sl. damaged. Plates + text fine. Bookplate of J. F. Holman.  Stock ref 1480. 40.00

 

179. SACKVILLE-WEST, V.: The Edwardians. Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press. 1930. Prelims, edges & e.p's a little browned & sl. spotted; o/w fine in sunned & sl. dusty orange boards.  Stock ref 1478. 35.00

 

180. SACKVILLE-WEST, V.: Saint Joan of Arc. Cobden-Sanderson. 1936. Edges spotted & dusty; o/w fine in vg orange boards.  Stock ref 1479. 25.00

 

181. SARTRE, JEAN-PAUL.: Iron In The Soul. Hamish Hamilton. 1950. E.p's sl. spotted, edges sl. dusty; o/w fine in sl. rubbed purple boards. Bookplate: William Michael Holloway.  Stock ref 1490. 25.00

 

182. SASSOON, SIEGFRIED.: Sherston's Progress. Faber. 1936. Fine in rubbed sl. boards and v. sl. cocked spine.  Stock ref 1660. 20.00

 

183. SEX.: Sex and Mr. X by Anthony Swerling. Trinity Lane Press. 1971. Fine in chipped d/w. '60 captioned graffiti illustrating moments of craving in the erotic life of an Everyman...' The whole book + d/w printed on salmon coloured paper in blue boards. Pre-publication, presentation copy for Brigit Brophy signed by the author:  Stock ref 1879. 25.00

 

184. SEYMOUR-SMITH, MARTIN.: Sex and Society. Hodder and Stoughton. 1975. Fine in sl. chipped d/w.  Stock ref 1524. 20.00

 

185. SHAW, BERNARD.: The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism. Brentano's, N. Y. 1928. 1st printing. Prelims + 495pp. Pencil underlinings to some early pp. & one ink note. O/w fine on bright, clean paper in sl. loose, rubbed, decorated boards with sl. damage to head of spine.  Stock ref 1969. 25.00

 

186. SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD [interest].: Thirty Years With G. B. S. by Blanche Patch. Gollancz. 1951. Edges & extremes spotted & rubbed; o/w v.g. in sl. rubbed orange boards & brightish spine. Inscribed to Miss D. E. Wittenbury-Hayes, dated 15th January 1951 and signed by the author. The author worked as secretary to GBS from 1920.  Stock ref 1828. 20.00

 

187. SHELLEY [Violet Bonham Carter].: The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Ed. by Thomas Hutchinson. O. U. P. 1927. V.g. in sl. shaken boards. With the ownership signature of Stanley M. Mischler believed to have been a headmaster in Truro [UK]. Laid in is a 6pp. a.l.s. of heartfelt thanks from Violet Bonham Carter whose husband had left her own, precious copy of Shelley on the train. Mischler found the books and was able to return it after finding a letter within. V.B.C. talks at length of the travels and influences of her book and her own recent travels to Falmouth to speak on the BBC 'Any Questions' programme. Naturally Mischler places the letter in his Shelley. There's enough to inspire a story here. Written from Hyde Park Square. 3rd June 1959.  Stock ref 2040. 30.00

 

188. SHELLEY.: Shelley by Francis Thompson. Burns and Oates. 1909. Fine in rubbed, sunned boards. Inscribed 'G. H. B. / from / B. L. R. / 1923' [i.e: G. H. Blore from Bruce Richmond?].  Stock ref 1794. 20.00

 

189. SIMPSON, CHARLES.: Animal and Bird Painting: The Outlook and Technique of The Artist. Batsford. 1939. Fine in like d/w. Illus by the Author & with reproductions of famous paintings incl. Munnings and Arnesby Brown.  Stock ref 2045. 22.00

 

190. SITWELL, EDITH.: I Live Under a Black Sun: A Novel. Gollancz. 1937. Fine in sl. rubbed boards.  Stock ref 1530. 20.00

 

191. SPARROW, JOHN [interest].: The Warden's Meeting: A Tribute to John Sparrow by various hands. Oxford University Society of Bibliophiles. 1977. Nr. mint in like d/w. With the bookplate and library impress of art and book collector William Michael Holloway. Inscribed and dated (Oxford 1978) for the collector by the author. Laid in is a 12 word a.n.s. by Sparrow inviting Jessica [a seven year old acc. to W.M.H's pencilled note, verso] to send him a poem. This book published to celebrate Sparrow's retirement as Warden of All Souls.  Stock ref 1827. 35.00

 

192. Spenser, Leonard J.: The World's Minerals. W. & R. Chambers. 1922. Prelims + 212pp. With 40 col. plates each showing a selection of minerals. Internally v.g. in sl. shaken boards sunned where portions of d/w are missing. Self-designed [1935] bookplate of Ruth Mathilde Phillips showing white on black map of West Cornwall.  Stock ref 379. 20.00

 

193. ST.IVES SOCIETY OF ARTISTS: Annual Show Day of pictures intended for the Royal Academy. St.Ives Society of Artists. Thursday 21st March 1935. Single-fold, 4pp paper list of Open Studios and their exhibitors. Bottom corner of pp. 1 & 2 missing. Quaint, 'centre-fold' map by Francis Rostruge showing, for example, 'Ye Porthmeor Studios', 'Ye Artes Club' and explaining that 'Ye Omnibuses do Parke Here'. Shows where to find about. 30 painters. Advance notice of The Arts Ball. The rump of the old school.  V. scarce.  Stock ref 455. 30.00

 

194. STEINBECK, JOHN.: The Short Reign of Pippin IV: A Fabrication. Heinemann. 1957. Fine in Vg d/w.  Stock ref 1554. 25.00

 

195. STERN, G. B.: The Back Seat. Chapman and Hall. 1923. Edges spotted & dusty; o/w fine in sl. dulled, grey boards. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1826. 40.00

 

196. Stone, J. Harris: England's Riviera: A topographical and archeological description of Land's End, Cornwall and adjacent spots of beauty and interest. Kegal Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. N.d. [1909]. Prelims + 494pp. 137 photo-plates. V.g. in tight blue boards.  Stock ref 308. 25.00

 

197. STRACHEY, LYTTON.: Characters and Commentaries. Chatto & Windus. 1933. First issued in 1922, Intro by James Strachey explains that two pieces are her published for the first time. Fine in bright, blue buckram boards. Tissue guarded frontis portrait.  Stock ref 1938. 20.00

 

198. STRACHEY, LYTTON.: Books and Characters: French & English. Harcourt, Brace and Co. 1922. 1st US edn. Fine, partly un-cut in red boards. Spine sl. sunned.  Stock ref 1572. 40.00

 

199. STRACHEY, LYTTON.: Books and Characters: French & English. Chatto & Windus. 1922. 1st English edn. Prelims, e.p's., edges & some pp. sl. spotted. Tightly bound in rubbed, sl. marked green buckram boards. Spine label chipped witn replacement tipped in. Illus.  Stock ref 1570. 40.00

 

200. STRACHEY, LYTTON.: Eminent Victorians: Cardinal Manning, Florence Nightingale, Dr. Arnold, General Gordon. Chatto & Windus. 1918. 2nd imp [May]. Prelims + 310pp. + Opinions. T.e.g [sl. rubbed]; Other edges untrimmed & dusty. O/w fine & tightly bound internally in sl. rubbed grey/black boards with sl. rubbed spine label. 'Some Opinions' on the book on final page. Illus.  Stock ref 1569. 75.00

 

201. TAMBIMUTTU.: Poetry London/ Apple Magazine. Vol.I. No.1. Autumn 1979. Nr. mint in card cvrs. in original paper sleeve. Contribs include the major poets and writers of the day. Laid in, as the required supplement, is a flexible, vinyl recording of 'Platinum Ode' by Allen Ginsburg. Illus.  Stock ref 1792. 95.00

 

202. TANGYE, DEREK.: A Cat in the Window. Michael Joseph. 1962. Mint in fine dw. Illus.  Stock ref 1112. 25.00

 

203. TENNYSON, JESSE, F., & HARWOOD, H. M.: While London Burns: Letters written to America (July 1940-June 1941). Constable. 1942. Fine in like d/w. A 'sequel' to their first book of correspondence, London Front [1940]. 'With Answers from Marion & John Balderston, S. N. Berhman, Sonya Hovey, Grace Hubble and Alexander Woolcott. F. Tennyson Jesse is closely associated with the middle generation Newlyn School; a friend of the Garstins, etc.  Stock ref 1750. 22.00

 

204. THOMAS, EDWARD [Ed].: British Country Life: The Book of The Open Air. Hodder and Stoughton. N.d. Edges v. sl. rubbed; o/w fine, in tightly bound, bumped, sunned, decorated boards with damp stain to front, back & top of spine. Numerous contributors including 'Some Country Books, 'Gilbert White' and 'Richard Jefferies' by the editor. 24 col. plates tipped-in.  Stock ref 1933. 35.00

 

205. THUBRON, COLIN.: Behind The Wall: A Journey Through China. The Atlantic Monthly Press, N.Y. 1987. Mint in dw. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 961. 60.00

 

206. TOTHEROH, DAN.: Johnny Appleseed: A Play in Two Acts. The Bohemian Club, San Francisco. Printed at the Grabhorn Press. 1946. Fine in decorated boards. Col. woodcut frontis.  Stock ref 1608. 30.00

 

207. TOULOUSE-LAUTREC / FREY, JULIA: Toulouse-Lautrec: A Life by Julia Frey. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1994. Prelims + 595pp. Illus. V. sl. stain to outer edges of last few pages, indiscenable when pages open: o/w fine in like d/w.  Stock ref 1935. 20.00

 

208. UNWIN, SIR STANLEY.: The Truth About A Publisher: An Autobiographical Record. George Allen & Unwin. 1960. Nr. mint in fine d/w.  Stock ref 1636. 20.00

 

209. USTINOV, PETER.: Ustinov In Russia. Michael O'Mara Books. 1987. Mint in like d/w. Drawings by the author. Photos by the author and John McGreevey. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 1669. 25.00

 

210. Val Baker, Denys [Ed].: Opus. Opus Press [ie. Denys Val Baker]. New Year, 1943. 32pp. No.13 [of this most confusing series]. 'Little Review'. Writers include Leslie Stubbs, Dion Byngham, Roland Grant [on W. B. Yeats], Val Baker and Patricia Johnson. Publish from Tring before VB moved to Cornwall.  Stock ref 369. 20.00

 

211. Val Baker, Denys [Ed].: Opus. Published by Denys Val Baker. New Year, 1943. 32pp. 'Little Magazine'. Eric Nixon writes on  W. B. Yeats. Other authors include Leslie Stubbings, Dion Byngham, Henry Treece, etc. Stories by Val Baker and Patricia Johnson, his wife. Rusty staples; o/w nr. fine in card cvrs. Scarce.  Stock ref 366. 20.00

 

212. Val Baker, Denys [Ed].: Voices: the individualist anthology. The Opus Press [ie Val Baker]. No.4 ['Fourth Series']. N.d. [1940's]. 48pp. Writers include Bayliss, Atthill, Watkins, Michael Williams, Hardiman Scott, etc.  Stock ref 372. 20.00

 

213. Val Baker, Denys.: Voices: An anthology of individualist writings. The Opus Press [ie. Denys Val Baker]. 1944. 48pp.'Little Review'.  Sl. detached from card cvrs. Writers include Vernon Watkins, Val Baker, Krishnamurti, John Baylis and Patricia Johnson. Published from Tring before Val Baker moved to Cornwall.  Stock ref 368. 20.00

 

214. Val Baker, Denys. [Ed].: Opus. Opus Press [ie. Denys Val Baker]. 1942. 32pp. 'Little Review'. Writers include Derek Stanford, Roland Grant, Jack Bayliss, Robin Athill and Val Baker. Published from Tring before VB moved to Cornwall.  Stock ref 370. 20.00

 

215. Val Baker, Denys. [Ed].: Voices: An anthology of Individualist writings. Opus Press [Denys Val Baker]. No.3. October 1944. 48pp. 'Little Review'. Writers include William Sansom, Derek Stanford, Emanuel Litvinoff. Published from Tring before Val Baker came to Cornwall. Scarce.  Stock ref 367. 20.00

 

216. VAUGHAN, HILDA.: A Thing Of Nought. Lovat Dickson & Thompson. 1934. Paste-downs & e.p's spotted; o/w fine. Corners of rubbed decorated, white boards bumped & damaged. Signed and inscribed by the author; 'To / Mr. and Mrs. Max Beerbohm / in homage and affaction...'  Stock ref 1817. 30.00

 

217. WALLACE, EDGAR.: The Four Just Men. The Tallis Press. 1905. Edges rubbed & sl. spotting to e.p's. O/w v.g. in rubbed orange boards on which are printed details of a reader's 500 reward. Reward slip remains bound-in at the end of the book.  Stock ref 1700. 40.00

 

218. WALLACE, EDGAR.: The Four Just Men. The Tallis Press. 1905. E.p's & title page spotted, edges rubbed; o/w vg in rubbed, orange boards bearing details of a 500 reward offered to readers of this novel. Reward claim slip [no.13932] remains at the back of the book.  Stock ref 1699. 40.00

 

219. WATTS, G. F. [Painter: 1817-1904]: A.l.s. to 'Dear Mr. Rea', by 'G. F. Watts discussing colour prompted by photographs which Rea had left in Watts' absence and suggesting they meet '...some afternoon about 4'. 68 words. Little Holland House, Kensington. 'May 29 1897'. Twice folded, o/w fine.  Stock ref 1799. 75.00

 

220. WAUGH, ALEC.: Three Score And Ten. Chapman and Hall. 1929. Fine in with minor wear to head & foot of tight, bright, gilt-impressed black spine.  Stock ref 1709. 20.00

 

221. WEBB, BEATRICE [interest].: Beatrice Webb's Diaries 1924-1932. Ed. by Margaret Cole. Longmans, Green & Co. 1956. Nr. mint in like d/w. Illus. Starts with the '...formation of the Labour Government  and ends, after the Labour debacle of 1931, with the departure of the Webbs for their Russian tour...'  Stock ref 1652. 20.00

 

222. WEBB, SYDNEY & BEATRICE.: The Webbs and Their Work. Ed. by Margaret Cole. Frederick Muller. 1949. Fine in like d/w. Contribs by their peer group.  Stock ref 1621. 20.00

 

223. Weighell's: Wadebridge and Padstow Almanack: Diary and Useful Year Book of Information for 1914. Ward, Lock. 1914. c200pp. Col + b/w illus + plates. Generally v.g. internally in chipped & sl. torn paper cvrs. A sumptuous period piece from that apochyphal year.  Stock ref 374. 20.00

 

224. WELDON, FAY.: The Rules of Life. A Hutchinson Novella. 1987. Fine in dw. Illus by Amanda Faulkner. Signed by the author.  Stock ref 958. 20.00

 

225. WELDON, FAY.: A Question Of Timing. Colophon Press. 1992. 12pp. Short story. Ltd. edn. No.24 of 225 copies bound in cream wove. Signed by the author. Illustrated card cvr. by Chris Riisager.  Stock ref 971. 50.00

 

226. WELLS, H. G.: Experiment in Autobiography: Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866). 2 Vols. Gollancz and The Cresset Press. Both vols. 1934. Fine in orange cloth boards. Vol.II bears v. feint remains of indistinguishable [chalked?] words. Spines v. sl. rubbed. Illus.  Stock ref 1658. 25.00

 

227. WHEELER, SIR CHARLES.: The Autobiography of Sir Charles Wheeler: Sculptor. Country Life Books. 1968. Fine in like d/w. Illus. Bookplate of Beaufort-Palmer. Signed and dated ;Sept 20th 1968' by the author.  Stock ref 1802. 25.00

 

228. WHITE, Revd. GILBERT.: The Natural History of Selbourne and The Naturalist's Calendar. Frederick Warne & Co. 'The "Chandos Classics"'. N.d. Prelims + 470pp + publisher's adverts. Index. 'A New Edition, Edited, with Notes, by G. Christopher Davies. Fully Illustrated. Some pp. & binding sl. loose; o/w vg in like embossed boards.  Stock ref 1505. 22.00

 

229. WILLIAMS, EMLYN.: George 1905-1927 [together with] Emlyn 1927-1935: An Early Biography. Hamish Hamilton. 1961 / 1973. Vol.I: Fine in bright quarter scarlet buckram, green paper boards in chipped d/w. Vol.II, the sequel, nr. mint in fine, turquoise boards and like d/w. 2 Vols:  Stock ref 1747. 40.00

 

230. WODEHOUSE, P. G.: Jeeves, Au Secours. Vent du Large. 1947. Vg in extremely brittle paper. French languiage edn of Joy In The Morning. Traduit de l'Anglais par Denyse et Benoit de Fonscolombe.  Stock ref 1789. 25.00

 

231. WODEHOUSE, P. G.: Merci, Jeeves: Roman. Le Portulan, Paris. 1946. Unopened after p.65. Paperback. All pages browned. Tightly bound in sl. stained cvrs. Traduit de l'Anglais par Benoit de Fonscolombe.  Stock ref 1764. 30.00

 

232. Wood, T. Martin.: George du Maurier the Satirist of the Victorians: A Review of his Art and Personality. Chatto & Windus. 1913. Prelims + 199 pp. With 41 illus. by du Maurier. Boards & edges dusty; o/w nr. fine internally.  Stock ref 47. 25.00

 

233. WOOLF, LEONARD.: (i) Sowing (1880-1904) (ii) Beginning Again (1911-1918) (iii) Downhill All The Way (1919-1939) (iv) The Journey Not The Arrival Matters (1939-1969). 4 vols. Autobiography. Hogarth Press. 1960 / 1964 / 1967 [2nd imp] / 1969. Except as above, all 1sts. Front free e.p. removed from vols 2 & 4. Ex. lib. stamps t vols. 1, 3 & 4. Nevertheless all vols fine in tight, bright blue boards. 4 vols [of 5]:  Stock ref 1773. 25.00

 

234. WYMAN, BILL [with Coleman, Ray].: Stone Alone: The Story of a Rock 'n' Roll Band. Viking. 1990. 1st edn. Small print run in hardback. Mint in dw. Signed by Bill Wyman.  Stock ref 963. 30.00

 

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