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  1. Love Poet, Carpenter.
    New Arrival

    Love Poet, Carpenter. 2009

    £1,500

    Signed limited edition, number 115 of 195 copies, signed by 59 contributors on inserted Fabriano Artistico rear endpapers. This copy is additionally signed by Longley. Love Poet, Carpenter is an anthology containing work by Simon Armitage, Kevin Crossley-Holland, Eamon Duffy, Seamus Heaney, Andrew Motion, and …Read more

  2. Autograph letter signed to T. H. Huxley (“My dear Huxley”).
    New Arrival

    Autograph letter signed to T. H. Huxley (“My dear Huxley”). [1862]

    £25,000

    Darwin writes late at night to report that “I have this minute finished your Address to Geolog. Socy. & I must just thank you for sending it me. – I have read it with uncommon interest. It is a wonderful condensed & original summary …Read more

  3. Letter, Signed, to an unnamed “Monsieur”, thanking him for his good wishes upon his appointment as Contrôleur general of finance.
    New Arrival

    Letter, Signed, to an unnamed “Monsieur”, thanking him for his good wishes upon his appointment as Contrôleur general of finance. 14 January 1720

    £5,000

    A fine example of the famous speculator John Law’s signature, appended to an autograph letter, written in a neat cursive secretarial hand, to an unknown “Monsieur”, thanking him for his complimentary letter following Law’s appointment to the post of controller-general of finance of France. “Monsieur, …Read more

  4. Typed Letter, Signed, to Fred. M. Vinson, Secretary of the U.S. Treasury.
    New Arrival

    Typed Letter, Signed, to Fred. M. Vinson, Secretary of the U.S. Treasury. November 16, 1945

    £5,000

    A typed letter signed, on headed notepaper of the United Kingdom Treasury Delegation, Washington D.C., written to Judge Frederic Vinson, who had taken over British financial matters from Harry Dexter White. Negotiations to finalise the American loan agreement began on September 13, 1945 and were …Read more

  5. A small archive of Christmas greetings cards and other correspondence.

    A small archive of Christmas greetings cards and other correspondence. 1970s

    £1,350

    An attractive collection of correspondence from the Swiss-born American writer and illustrator Roger Duvoisin (1900–1980) and his wife Louise (Loulou) Fatio to their friends, Helen and Max. Roger Duvoisin won the 1948 Caldecott Medal for White Snow, Bright Snow, written by Alvin Tresselt (D. Lothrop …Read more

  6. Notes on a Journey Through Cilicia and Lycaonia.

    Notes on a Journey Through Cilicia and Lycaonia. 1906-7

    £4,500

    A rare presentation set of offprint first editions comprising the complete Notes on a Journey Through Cilicia and Lycaonia, with an autograph letter signed from Bell presenting the whole to Professor Ludwig Richard Enno Littman (1875-1958) laid in. The apparently unpublished letter, on Rounton Grange, …Read more

  7. Typed letter signed to the Lord Chancellor relating to appeasement:

    Typed letter signed to the Lord Chancellor relating to appeasement: 3 August 1939,

    £350

    One month to the day before the declaration of war Rab Butler writes to the Lord Chancellor: “the description of the Czechoslovak crisis might at this date be rather cut down”. A fascinating glimpse into the “corridors of power” during a momentous period in 20th …Read more

  8. Schools and Universities on the Continent.

    Schools and Universities on the Continent. 1868

    £550

    First edition, presentation copy inscribed “with the author’s sincere regard” in the author’s hand on the half title. This copy also contains an autograph letter signed from Arnold to Mr Osborne Turner Junr., on Whitehall Education Department stationary, informing the recipient of his supplementary book …Read more

  9. Typed letter signed concerning the Hollywood film The Beginning or the End (1947), a docudrama about the development of the atomic bomb.

    Typed letter signed concerning the Hollywood film The Beginning or the End (1947), a docudrama about the development of the atomic bomb. 10 April 1946

    £1,750

    The great Italian-American physicist gives permission for his depiction in the 1947 MGM docudrama The Beginning or the End: “Gentlemen: In connection with the motion picture you are about to produce concerning the atomic bomb project and its ramifications, tentatively called The Beginning or the …Read more

  10. Autograph letter to Dr John H. Humphrey.

    Autograph letter to Dr John H. Humphrey. 6 August 1976

    £1,500

    A letter from Popper to Dr John Humphreys FRS in which Popper thanks Humphrey for supporting his recent election to the Society. He writes that “it means much for me, as a philosopher of science, to find that practising scientists feel that they can support …Read more

  11. Sonnets [together with] Lyrics.

    Sonnets [together with] Lyrics. 1935

    £1,500

    First editions, first impressions, presentation copies inscribed by Lord Alfred Douglas on the front free endpapers of both titles “Hazel Hergenhahn from Alfred Douglas, April 1943”. This presentation set includes 13 pages of typed letters (likely carbon copies, but the texts apparently unpublished) from Douglas …Read more

  12. Autograph letter signed to W. C. Sidgwick, discussing Mill’s forthcoming edition of his father’s Analysis of the Human Mind.

    Autograph letter signed to W. C. Sidgwick, discussing Mill’s forthcoming edition of his father’s Analysis of the Human Mind. 3 November, 1868

    £3,750

    A letter written by John Stuart Mill to William Carr Sidgwick, elder brother of the philosopher Henry Sidgwick who, together with Mill would be a founding member of The Radical Club, established in 1870, in which Mill announces the forthcoming publication of his new edition …Read more

  13. Autograph letter signed, quoting a Persian fable.

    Autograph letter signed, quoting a Persian fable. 1840

    £750

    Beecher Stowe writes to Cincinnati bibliophile Louis (also recorded as Lewis) Cist, quoting an ancient Persian fable from Sir John Malcolm’s Sketches of Persia (1827): “While in the bath the other day, a friend put into my hand a bit of scented clay. ‘What art …Read more

  14. Two typed letters signed, and one autograph postcard signed, to Lyn Lloyd Newman.

    Two typed letters signed, and one autograph postcard signed, to Lyn Lloyd Newman. 1941-55

    £2,000

    Two letters written by Keynes to Lyn Lloyd Irvine, Journalist and Writer, husband of the Bletchley Park mathematician Max Newman, hoping to meet whilst in America, but noting “My visit to this country is meant to be as short as possible and, as I have …Read more

  15. Autograph letter signed to Rupert Trouton.

    Autograph letter signed to Rupert Trouton. 1918

    £2,250

    A fine early letter, written in ink on H.M. Treasury headed notepaper, addressed to a close friend and colleague at the Treasury: “My dear Rupert, You are a scoundrel of the worst order and shall have no sympathy from me however large you may swell. …Read more

  16. Penelope’s Progress being such extracts from the Commonplace Book of Penelope Hamilton as relate to her Experiences in Scotland [and] Penelope’s English Experiences.

    Penelope’s Progress being such extracts from the Commonplace Book of Penelope Hamilton as relate to her Experiences in Scotland [and] Penelope’s English Experiences. 1900

    £675

    First illustrated editions, both copies inscribed and signed by Wiggin on the front free endpapers and Penelope’s Progress with the title page additionally signed and dated 1901, and an autograph note singed tipped in. Penelope’s Progress is inscribed quoting the first sentence of the book: …Read more

  17. Archive of 21 autograph letters.

    Archive of 21 autograph letters. 1827–47

    £125,000

    A superb collection of Mary Shelley autograph letters, from the collection of Mary Shelley specialist Professor Jean de Palacio at the University of Lille. The letters date from 15 April 1827 to the winter of 1847, and include two highly important letters to Edward Trelawny …Read more

  18. John Mistletoe.

    John Mistletoe. 1931

    £675

    First US edition, first printing (published simultaneously by Faber in London) of Morley’s autobiographical novel. Presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the front free endpaper: “For Morley Kennerley and Lagonda with love from Kit”. The recipient, Morley Kennerley (1902-1985) was an American auctioneer, publisher, …Read more

  19. Autograph letter signed to Horatio F. Browne containing an original poem.

    Autograph letter signed to Horatio F. Browne containing an original poem. 1881

    £9,500

    Autograph letter signed, incorporating an original poem in alcaics, “Brave lads in olden centuries”. During 1880 Stevenson began suffering from a serious illness of the lungs. “Two winters were spent, on medical advice, at Davos, a dismal health resort in the Swiss Alps, where the …Read more

  20. Remarkable lengthy autograph letter signed, with advice for Louis A. Lucas on the essential requirements for successful exploration in Africa.

    Remarkable lengthy autograph letter signed, with advice for Louis A. Lucas on the essential requirements for successful exploration in Africa. 1876

    £9,750

    An unusually long letter, in which Gordon goes into great detail about the logistical difficulties of African exploration, revealing his exasperation at Lucas’s behaviour and his frustration at Lucas’s unwillingness to heed the advice of someone far more experienced in African travel. Louis Arthur Lucas …Read more

  21. Elegy for J.F.K.

    Elegy for J.F.K. 1964]

    £1,500

    An original draft of Auden’s elegy, accompanied by a note from Auden to his collaborator and occasional lover, Chester Kallman: “Chester, would you let me know what you think of this on JFK – the Sunday Times want to print it. W.” The undated note …Read more

  22. [Typed letter signed together with an inscribed photograph of the author.]

    [Typed letter signed together with an inscribed photograph of the author.] 1926

    £4,500

    Tagore writes to an unnamed recipient: “Dear Madam: I have been touched by the story of your suffering as related in your letter of Jan 12; I permit myself to offer you my sympathy. The demands made on my health and on my time are …Read more

  23. Typed letter signed to the publishers William Heinemann.

    Typed letter signed to the publishers William Heinemann. 28 March 1930

    £475

    “I understand that certain restrictions are placed on the sale of Bloch’s ‘Sexual Life of our Times’ and am therefore writing to you direct, as the publishers, to ask you under what conditions and at what price the book is procurable. I may add that …Read more

  24. Typed Letter Signed to the writer Ralph Straus, with integral typed envelope.

    Typed Letter Signed to the writer Ralph Straus, with integral typed envelope. 30th November 1917

    £650

    An amusing war time letter explaining why two books that Straus had sent to Kipling had been promptly returned: “I’d been away for some time, and a large mail had accumulated which I was dealing with at the rate of knots. result – among packets …Read more

  25. Magnificent autograph letter signed, to François Véron Duverger de Forbonnais.
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    Magnificent autograph letter signed, to François Véron Duverger de Forbonnais. 1758

    £75,000

    One of two known letters of Quesnay’s correspondence with Forbonnais, giving a valuable insight into Quesnay’s working methods. The letter concerns two works, one by Quesnay, the other by Forbonnais. The first part of the letter deals with Forbonnais’ Recherches et Considerations sur Ies Finances …Read more

  26. 79th Division Headquarters Troop: A Record.

    79th Division Headquarters Troop: A Record. [1919]

    £3,000

    First edition, first printing. Scarce, with OCLC showing six copies only and no copy in auction records. During the First World War, Cain, the future author of The Postman Always Rings Twice, Mildred Pierce, Double Indemnity, etc., served with Malcolm in the 79th Division, a …Read more

  27. Tariffs: The Case Examined, By a Committee of Economists under the Chairmanship of Sir William Beveridge, K.C.B.

    Tariffs: The Case Examined, By a Committee of Economists under the Chairmanship of Sir William Beveridge, K.C.B. 1931

    £375

    First edition, first impression, of this book with contributions by Beveridge, F. C. Benham, A. L. Bowley, T. E. Gregory, J. R. Hicks, W. T. Layton, A. Plant, L. C. Robbins and G. L. Schwartz. This is the copy of Arnold Plant, with his ownership …Read more

  28. A Lady’s Child.

    A Lady’s Child. 1941

    £65

    First edition, second impression, first published earlier the same year. With a typed letter signed by the author tipped-in to the front free endpaper, addressed to Madame Varin, dated 15 August, 1954, in which she states that she wrote the book in 8 weeks in …Read more

  29. My Adventure in The Flying Scotsman.

    My Adventure in The Flying Scotsman. 1888

    £3,000

    First edition, first impression, of the author’s scarce first book, Queen’s Quorum’s “thin, fragile book with the ‘rainbow’ stamping which is seldom found even in the so-called complete collections of Eden Phillpott’s work” (QQ 13). This copy also has, tipped-in, a post card dated December …Read more

  30. Tryst for a Tragedy.

    Tryst for a Tragedy. 1940

    £5,250

    First edition, first impression. Inscribed on the front free endpaper, “Maud Lang (from the authoress)” and includes, laid in, an autograph letter signed from the author “At Raven’s Croft” (her boarding school, to which this book is dedicated, and which was evacuated to Thurlestone Hotel, …Read more

  31. Macbeth the Knife. [Mimeograph typescript.]

    Macbeth the Knife. [Mimeograph typescript.] [1960]

    £7,500

    Mimeograph typescript of T. H. White’s play, “Macbeth the Knife”, sent to Harley J. V. Usill, founding director of British record label Argo Records. The typescript is inscribed on the title page, “from T. H. White / Alderney / Channel Isles”, and has a lengthy …Read more

  32. Autograph letter signed, to “Dear Sir”,

    Autograph letter signed, to “Dear Sir”, Jan. 19. 1852

    £1,100

    A letter addressed to an unnamed recipient, concerning the removal of some furniture. On Easter Monday 1851, Mill had married Harriet Taylor, and in the autumn of that year they moved to a house in Blackheath park. “Evidently, their eye was keener for amenity and …Read more

  33. Henry Irving.

    Henry Irving. 1930

    £450

    Number 51 from a limited edition of 75 copies, signed by Craig and with a loosely inserted two-page autograph letter signed by Irving and dated 1 August 1890. Read more

  34. Two page ALS beginning “The doll was beautiful.  I sleep with it.”

    Two page ALS beginning “The doll was beautiful. I sleep with it.” [c.1927]

    £9,000

    Fitzgerald writes to Gilbert Seldes from “Ellerslie,” Edgemoor, Delaware. Undated, but probably 1927. Fitzgerald is clearly in a jolly holiday mood. “The doll was beautiful – I sleep with it. You are the dearest grandmother a little girl ever had…As I sit here in my …Read more

  35. One page TLS regarding Zelda’s exhibition.

    One page TLS regarding Zelda’s exhibition. 1934

    £4,250

    Fitzgerald writes to Gilbert Seldes from Baltimore, March 26, 1934, announcing an exhibition of Zelda’s paintings, and urging him to attend. Read more

  36. Typed letter signed (“Scott” in ink) to Gilbert Seldes.

    Typed letter signed (“Scott” in ink) to Gilbert Seldes. 1934

    £10,750

    Fitzgerald writes two weeks after the publication of Tender Is the Night: “Thank you for your appreciation of the novel. I never had any doubt after the weeks and months of half-sleepless work on the thing that it had some special merit and value but …Read more

  37. Typed letter signed (“Scott” in pencil) to Gilbert Seldes in New York.

    Typed letter signed (“Scott” in pencil) to Gilbert Seldes in New York. 1934

    £12,500

    A fine and longish letter in which Fitzgerald discusses Seldes’s edition of Ring Lardner, a possible evening of one-act plays, and reviews of Tender Is the Night: “Just read the Lardner collection [First and Last]. At first I was disappointed because I had expected there …Read more

  38. One page ALS, beginning “I was delighted, so was Zelda, to hear that you are back in Europe.”

    One page ALS, beginning “I was delighted, so was Zelda, to hear that you are back in Europe.” [c.1929]

    £9,600

    Fitzgerald writes to Gilbert Seldes from France. Undated, but likely in 1929. “I was delighted, so was Zelda, to hear that you’re back in Europe. Ring [Lardner] sent me a clipping about your play – I know how it feels to see one go pop …Read more

  39. One page ALS, beginning “The check that fell out of my mail this morning….”

    One page ALS, beginning “The check that fell out of my mail this morning….” [c.1930–31]

    £9,600

    Fitzgerald writes to Gilbert Seldes from Switzerland, where Zelda was being treated at a clinic. Undated, 1930-1931. Fitzgerald thanks him for a check, “…just emerging in company with Zelda from the biggest muddle we ever got into…Zelda is so near well that its now a …Read more

  40. Lorna Doone:

    Lorna Doone: 1869

    £4,750

    First edition, first impression of Blackmore’s most famous novel, first issue with the adverts in the third volume correctly dated March 1869; one of only 500 copies printed, this copy with two tipped-in autograph letters signed by Blackmore to the book and manuscript dealers J. …Read more

  41. Autograph letter signed, with instructions to Messrs Harper & Co. to send out copies of The Lake Regions.

    Autograph letter signed, with instructions to Messrs Harper & Co. to send out copies of The Lake Regions. 1860

    £2,000

    A letter from Burton sending out presentation copies of his most recent book following his sojourn in the American West. He asks his publishers to “oblige” him “by forwarding (for my expense) copies of The Lake Regions to the following directions and by letting me …Read more

  42. Trollope. A Commentary.

    Trollope. A Commentary. 1927

    £275

    First edition, first impression, presentation copy, of this work of biography and literary criticism by Trollope’s great bibliographer Michael Sadleir. This copy is inscribed by Sadleir to Alban Dobson, “Alban Dobson Esq, with thanks for his help, Michael Sadleir”. Alban Dobson was the son of …Read more

  43. Lady Chatterley’s Lover

    Lady Chatterley’s Lover 1929

    £45,000

    Second authorized edition: the so-called Author’s Unabridged Popular Edition. The novel was initially published in an edition of 1,000 copies by the Orioli Press in Florence in 1928, and was almost immediately pirated by at least four different publishers. Lawrence had always intended to release …Read more

  44. The Beauty Part.

    The Beauty Part. 1963

    £975

    First edition, first printing. Inscribed (on Valentine’s Day) by the author to his friend and collaborator Ronald Searle on the front free endpaper, “For Monica and Ronald, this obstreporous [sic] vaudeville with love from its author, Sid. 14 February, 1968”. Includes, loosely inserted, an envelope …Read more

  45. Autograph letter signed to Ernest H. Shepard.

    Autograph letter signed to Ernest H. Shepard. Spring 1926]

    £6,000

    Autograph letter signed from A. A. Milne to Ernest H. Shepard discussing the progress of the latest Pooh book and a potential collaboration on a volume of Mother Goose rhymes. Milne begins, “Dear Shepard, I enclose the latest Pooh. I saw the drawings of the …Read more

  46. Autograph letter signed to Elizabeth Hoar.

    Autograph letter signed to Elizabeth Hoar. 1856

    £4,500

    RWE returns a book of newly published poems written by a neighbour (“… which I have kept longer than was right, from liking & because one is always expecting a better day & mood to read these pastoral verses. I find them always pleasing, with …Read more

  47. Autograph letter signed, regarding photographing children.

    Autograph letter signed, regarding photographing children. 1877

    £5,000

    An extraordinary letter, in Dodgson’s most elusive ironic mood, which provides a number of teasing hints for those seeking to understand the nature of his relationships with the children he photographed. The surname of the recipient has been obliterated with blank ink swirls over Dodgson’s …Read more

  48. Signed contract for the publication of Revelations.

    Signed contract for the publication of Revelations. 1977

    £2,500

    Original contract dated Jan. 20 1977, on the letterhead of Schuller’s music publishing company, Margun Music, signed by Mingus and Schuller on the the final page, and with their initials to a holographic revision on the second page. A five year agreement, in which Mingus …Read more

  1. New Arrival
  2. New Arrival
    Autograph letter signed to T. H. Huxley (“My dear Huxley”).
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    DARWIN, Charles. DARWIN, Charles.

    Autograph letter signed to T. H. Huxley (“My dear Huxley”).

    £25,000

  3. New Arrival
    Letter, Signed, to an unnamed “Monsieur”, thanking him for his good wishes upon his appointment as Contrôleur general of finance.
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    LAW, John. LAW, John.

    Letter, Signed, to an unnamed “Monsieur”, thanking him for his good wishes upon his appointment as Contrôleur general of finance.

    £5,000

  4. New Arrival
    Typed Letter, Signed, to Fred. M. Vinson, Secretary of the U.S. Treasury.
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    KEYNES, John Maynard. KEYNES, John Maynard.

    Typed Letter, Signed, to Fred. M. Vinson, Secretary of the U.S. Treasury.

    £5,000

  5. A small archive of Christmas greetings cards and other correspondence.
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    DUVOISIN, Roger. DUVOISIN, Roger.

    A small archive of Christmas greetings cards and other correspondence.

    £1,350

  6. Notes on a Journey Through Cilicia and Lycaonia.
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    BELL, Gertrude Lowthian. BELL, Gertrude Lowthian.

    Notes on a Journey Through Cilicia and Lycaonia.

    £4,500

  7. Typed letter signed to the Lord Chancellor relating to appeasement:
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    BUTLER, Richard Austen "Rab". BUTLER, Richard Austen...

    Typed letter signed to the Lord Chancellor relating to appeasement:

    £350

  8. Schools and Universities on the Continent.
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    ARNOLD, Matthew. ARNOLD, Matthew.

    Schools and Universities on the Continent.

    £550

  9. Typed letter signed concerning the Hollywood film The Beginning or the End (1947), a docudrama about the development of the atomic bomb.
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    FERMI, Enrico. FERMI, Enrico.

    Typed letter signed concerning the Hollywood film The Beginning or the End (1947), a docudrama about the development of the atomic bomb.

    £1,750

  10. Autograph letter to Dr John H. Humphrey.
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    POPPER, Karl. POPPER, Karl.

    Autograph letter to Dr John H. Humphrey.

    £1,500

  11. Sonnets [together with] Lyrics.
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    DOUGLAS, Lord Alfred. DOUGLAS, Lord Alfred.

    Sonnets [together with] Lyrics.

    £1,500

  12. Autograph letter signed to W. C. Sidgwick, discussing Mill’s forthcoming edition of his father’s Analysis of the Human Mind.
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    MILL, John Stuart. MILL, John Stuart.

    Autograph letter signed to W. C. Sidgwick, discussing Mill’s forthcoming edition of his father’s Analysis of the Human Mind.

    £3,750

  13. Autograph letter signed, quoting a Persian fable.
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    STOWE, Harriet Beecher. STOWE, Harriet Beecher.

    Autograph letter signed, quoting a Persian fable.

    £750

  14. Two typed letters signed, and one autograph postcard signed, to Lyn Lloyd Newman.
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    KEYNES, John Maynard & Lydia Lopokova. KEYNES, John Maynard...

    Two typed letters signed, and one autograph postcard signed, to Lyn Lloyd Newman.

    £2,000

  15. Autograph letter signed to Rupert Trouton.
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    KEYNES, John Maynard. KEYNES, John Maynard.

    Autograph letter signed to Rupert Trouton.

    £2,250

  16. Penelope’s Progress being such extracts from the Commonplace Book of Penelope Hamilton as relate to her Experiences in Scotland [and] Penelope’s English Experiences.
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    WIGGIN, Kate Douglas. WIGGIN, Kate Douglas.

    Penelope’s Progress being such extracts from the Commonplace Book of Penelope Hamilton as relate to her Experiences in Scotland [and] Penelope’s English Experiences.

    £675

  17. Archive of 21 autograph letters.
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    SHELLEY, Mary. SHELLEY, Mary.

    Archive of 21 autograph letters.

    £125,000

  18. Autograph letter signed to Horatio F. Browne containing an original poem.
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    STEVENSON, Robert Louis. STEVENSON, Robert Louis.

    Autograph letter signed to Horatio F. Browne containing an original poem.

    £9,500

  19. Remarkable lengthy autograph letter signed, with advice for Louis A. Lucas on the essential requirements for successful exploration in Africa.
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    GORDON, Charles George. GORDON, Charles George.

    Remarkable lengthy autograph letter signed, with advice for Louis A. Lucas on the essential requirements for successful exploration in Africa.

    £9,750

  20. Elegy for J.F.K.
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    AUDEN, W. H. AUDEN, W. H.

    Elegy for J.F.K.

    £1,500

  21. [Typed letter signed together with an inscribed photograph of the author.]
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    TAGORE, Rabindranath. TAGORE, Rabindranath.

    [Typed letter signed together with an inscribed photograph of the author.]

    £4,500

  22. Typed letter signed to the publishers William Heinemann.
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    HUXLEY, Aldous. HUXLEY, Aldous.

    Typed letter signed to the publishers William Heinemann.

    £475

  23. Typed Letter Signed to the writer Ralph Straus, with integral typed envelope.
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    KIPLING, Rudyard. KIPLING, Rudyard.

    Typed Letter Signed to the writer Ralph Straus, with integral typed envelope.

    £650

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    Magnificent autograph letter signed, to François Véron Duverger de Forbonnais.
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    QUESNAY, Francois. QUESNAY, Francois.

    Magnificent autograph letter signed, to François Véron Duverger de Forbonnais.

    £75,000

  25. 79th Division Headquarters Troop: A Record.
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    CAIN, James M., & Gilbert Malcolm. CAIN, James M.,...

    79th Division Headquarters Troop: A Record.

    £3,000

  26. Tariffs: The Case Examined, By a Committee of Economists under the Chairmanship of Sir William Beveridge, K.C.B.
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    BEVERIDGE, Sir William, and others. BEVERIDGE, Sir William,...

    Tariffs: The Case Examined, By a Committee of Economists under the Chairmanship of Sir William Beveridge, K.C.B.

    £375

  27. A Lady’s Child.
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    STARKIE, Enid. STARKIE, Enid.

    A Lady’s Child.

    £65

  28. My Adventure in The Flying Scotsman.
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    PHILLPOTTS, Eden. PHILLPOTTS, Eden.

    My Adventure in The Flying Scotsman.

    £3,000

  29. Macbeth the Knife. [Mimeograph typescript.]
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    WHITE, T. H. WHITE, T. H.

    Macbeth the Knife. [Mimeograph typescript.]

    £7,500

  30. Autograph letter signed, to “Dear Sir”,
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    MILL, John Stuart. MILL, John Stuart.

    Autograph letter signed, to “Dear Sir”,

    £1,100

  31. Two page ALS beginning “The doll was beautiful.  I sleep with it.”
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    FITZGERALD, F. Scott. FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

    Two page ALS beginning “The doll was beautiful. I sleep with it.”

    £9,000

  32. One page TLS regarding Zelda’s exhibition.
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    FITZGERALD, F. Scott. FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

    One page TLS regarding Zelda’s exhibition.

    £4,250

  33. Typed letter signed (“Scott” in ink) to Gilbert Seldes.
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    FITZGERALD, F. Scott. FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

    Typed letter signed (“Scott” in ink) to Gilbert Seldes.

    £10,750

  34. Typed letter signed (“Scott” in pencil) to Gilbert Seldes in New York.
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    FITZGERALD, F. Scott. FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

    Typed letter signed (“Scott” in pencil) to Gilbert Seldes in New York.

    £12,500

  35. One page ALS, beginning “I was delighted, so was Zelda, to hear that you are back in Europe.”
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    FITZGERALD, F. Scott. FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

    One page ALS, beginning “I was delighted, so was Zelda, to hear that you are back in Europe.”

    £9,600

  36. One page ALS, beginning “The check that fell out of my mail this morning….”
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    FITZGERALD, F. Scott. FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

    One page ALS, beginning “The check that fell out of my mail this morning….”

    £9,600

  37. Lorna Doone:
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    BLACKMORE, R. D. BLACKMORE, R. D.

    Lorna Doone:

    £4,750

  38. Autograph letter signed, with instructions to Messrs Harper & Co. to send out copies of The Lake Regions.
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    BURTON, Richard F. BURTON, Richard F.

    Autograph letter signed, with instructions to Messrs Harper & Co. to send out copies of The Lake Regions.

    £2,000

  39. Lady Chatterley’s Lover
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    LAWRENCE, D. H. LAWRENCE, D. H.

    Lady Chatterley’s Lover

    £45,000

  40. The Beauty Part.
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    PERELMAN, S. J. PERELMAN, S. J.

    The Beauty Part.

    £975

  41. Autograph letter signed to Ernest H. Shepard.
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    MILNE, A. A. MILNE, A. A.

    Autograph letter signed to Ernest H. Shepard.

    £6,000

  42. Autograph letter signed to Elizabeth Hoar.
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    EMERSON, Ralph Waldo. EMERSON, Ralph Waldo.

    Autograph letter signed to Elizabeth Hoar.

    £4,500

  43. Autograph letter signed, regarding photographing children.
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    DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge [CARROLL, Lewis]. DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge...

    Autograph letter signed, regarding photographing children.

    £5,000

  44. Signed contract for the publication of Revelations.
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    MINGUS, Charles & Gunther Schuller. MINGUS, Charles &...

    Signed contract for the publication of Revelations.

    £2,500

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