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  1. 31401

    Map of the County of Middlesex,

    from an Actual Survey made in The Years 1818 & 1819 ...
    First edition, one of the earliest of the fine series of county maps by Christopher Greenwood (1786-1855), which extends to the Cities of London and Westminster while also covering areas that now too would be considered part of London. Greenwood's first publication was a survey of Yorkshire (Wakefield, 1817-18). He moved to London in 1818 and set about mapping England at one inch to one mile, and Wales at three-quarters of an inch to one mile, coming closer to doing so than any other map maker since his fellow Yorkshireman, Christopher Saxton, in the 1570s: "it was an astonishing achievement for a private surveyor in so short a time… The majority of these surveys anticipated publication of the sheets of the Ordnance Survey. Learn More
    £1,500

    Date of Publication: 1819

    Published: London:

    Stock Code: 31401

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  2. "Original watercolour, "Child Taken Hostage"."

    "Original watercolour, "Child Taken Hostage"."

    Original Lucie Attwell Limited label pasted to reverse of frame stating. Rights: Lucie Attwell 2/6 Picture story Book. Purchased by: Messrs. Dean & Son Ltd. Date: November 1965. Learn More
    £1,170

    Date of Publication: 1964

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    Stock Code: 22619

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  3. "Original watercolour, "King Pixie on a Mushroom.""

    "Original watercolour, "King Pixie on a Mushroom.""

    Original Lucie Attwell Limited label pasted to reverse of frame stating. Rights: Lucie Attwell 2/6 Picture story Book. Purchased by: Messrs. Dean & Son Ltd. Date: November 1965 Learn More
    £1,170

    Date of Publication: 1965

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    Stock Code: 22620

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  4. "Original watercolour, "Slapstick Pixie.""

    "Original watercolour, "Slapstick Pixie.""

    Original Lucie Attwell Limited label pasted to reverse of frame stating. Rights: Lucie Attwell 2/6 Picture story Book. Purchased by: Messrs. Dean & Son Ltd. Date: November 1965. Learn More
    £1,170

    Date of Publication: 1965

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    Stock Code: 22622

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  5. Original oil painting, Paysage mditerranen, port avec barques.

    Original oil painting, Paysage mditerranen, port avec barques.

    One of the forty or so paintings exhibited in Paris at the Librairie Marthe Nochy in 1970. Durrell mounted this exhibition as a vehicle for one of his many alter egos, Oscar Epfs. In terms of pure commerce it was something of a failure: a mere handful of the works were sold. But Durrell apparently revelled in the failure. He was however quite serious about his painting, following Miller in the pursuit, and continued making pictures until his death. Learn More
    £3,250

    Date of Publication: 1970

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    Stock Code: 42909

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  6. LSD. Castalia Foundation for Psychadelic Research Presents Timothy Leary PHD and Richard Alpert PHD.

    LSD. Castalia Foundation for Psychadelic Research Presents Timothy Leary PHD and Richard Alpert PHD.

    Edition of 18 numbered and signed by Ross, with 5 signed proofs. This is No. 16/18. Designed and printed by Robert Ross, this image was originally executed at the Cooper Union, 1964, on commission from Dr. Leary and Dr. Alpert for their initial presentation at New York Town Hall in an edition of some 20 copies, nearly all of which went to Leary and Alpert. Learn More
    £750

    Date of Publication: 1992

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    Stock Code: 36478

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  7. Between the Lines.
    signed

    Between the Lines.

    Tracy Beaker short story.
    An illustrated handwritten story written for the charity Book Aid International "by the world famous child super star Tracy Beaker". Signed by Jacqueline Wilson. Learn More
    £1,500

    Date of Publication: 2006

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    Stock Code: 30778

    Signed: Yes

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  8. Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    the image entitled “‘I have had such a terrible dream,’ she declared...”
    Original copperplates made for the four-colour separation process used to produce the final image published opposite p. 100 in the book. This remarkable survival shows Nielsen's painstaking artistic technique in building up the four-colour process (Rackham used a three-colour process) to produce the rich and complex illustrations for his deluxe books. Learn More
    £2,250

    Date of Publication: [1913]

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    Stock Code: 29625

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  9. Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    the illustration entitled “Princess Diaphanie walking in the Garden”.
    Original copperplates made for the four-colour separation process used to produce the final image published opposite p. 20, the first illustration in the book (excluding the frontispiece). This remarkable survival shows Nielsen's painstaking artistic technique in building up the four-colour process (Rackham used a three-colour process) to produce the rich and complex illustrations for his deluxe books. Learn More
    £2,250

    Date of Publication: [1913]

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    Stock Code: 29626

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  10. Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    the illustration entitled “‘Your Soul!—My Soul!’ they kept saying in hollow tones...”
    Original copperplates made for the four-colour separation process used to produce the final image published opposite p. 148 in the book. This remarkable survival shows Nielsen's painstaking artistic technique in building up the four-colour process (Rackham used a three-colour process) to produce the rich and complex illustrations for his deluxe books. Learn More
    £2,250

    Date of Publication: [1913]

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    Stock Code: 29627

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  11. Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    the illustration entitled “The princess on the way to the dance”
    Original copperplates made for the four-colour separation process used to produce the final image published opposite p. 76 in the book. This remarkable survival shows Nielsen's painstaking artistic technique in building up the four-colour process (Rackham used a three-colour process) to produce the rich and complex illustrations for his deluxe books. Learn More
    £2,250

    Date of Publication: [1913]

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    Stock Code: 29630

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  12. Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    the illustration entitled “A look—a kiss—and he was gone”.
    Original copperplates made for the four-colour separation process used to produce the final image published opposite p. 110 in the book. This remarkable survival shows Nielsen's painstaking artistic technique in building up the four-colour process (Rackham used a three-colour process) to produce the rich and complex illustrations for his deluxe books. Learn More
    £2,250

    Date of Publication: [1913]

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    Stock Code: 29631

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  13. Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    the illustration entitled “And there on a throne all covered with black sat the Iron King”.
    Original copperplates made for the four-colour separation process used to produce the final image published opposite p. 44 in the book. This remarkable survival shows Nielsen's painstaking artistic technique in building up the four-colour process (Rackham used a three-colour process) to produce the rich and complex illustrations for his deluxe books. Learn More
    £2,250

    Date of Publication: [1913]

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    Stock Code: 29632

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  14. Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    Original copperplates for In Powder and Crinoline;

    the illustration entitled “List, ah, list to the zephyr in the grove!”
    Original copperplates made for the four-colour separation process used to produce the final image published opposite p. 52 in the book. This remarkable survival shows Nielsen's painstaking artistic technique in building up the four-colour process (Rackham used a three-colour process) to produce the rich and complex illustrations for his deluxe books. Learn More
    £2,250

    Date of Publication: [1913]

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    Stock Code: 29635

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  15. Original watercolour for Goldilocks: "The Three Bears at the Foot of The Stairs."
  16. Original watercolour for Goldilocks: "Goldilocks Peers Through the Cottage Window."
  17. "Original watercolour, Someone's been eating my porridge, said Mama bear."
  18. "Original watercolour, Goldilocks tells Teddy "We are Going to the Wood, Where it is Cool.""
    £375

    Date of Publication: n.d.

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    Stock Code: 43040

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