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WORLD WAR I. Ministry of Munitions of War. H.M. Factory, Gretna.
Dumfries : 1918First and only edition. The massive factory site, which included the two purpose-built townships of Gretna and Eastriggs, was established as a response to the Shell Crisis of 1915. The plant's product was cordite - a smokeless propellant explosive comprised of a mixture of nitro-glycerine and nitro-cellulose, or gun cotton, and described by Sir Arthur... Learn More£1,950.00
Stock Code: 79783
WORLD WAR I. Pages de Guerre.
Paris : 1915-16First edition, first printing, one of 100 on Japon paper, this one unnumbered. This illustrated collection of poems from the First World War was sold for the benefit of artists and craftsmen of the book industry who were wounded in that war. The contributing authors include Émile Verhaeren for Crime allemand, Léon Bloy for Nous ne sommes pas en état... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 140915
WORLD WAR I. The Belgian Field Hospital.
London : 1915First and only edition, extremely uncommon with a just single copy at the Royal College of Surgeons located by Library Hub and WorldCat. "The work of the Belgian Field Hospital since its establishment at Antwerp early in September and its removal, under the greatest difficulties during the bombardment to Furnes close behind the fighting line is described... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 118350
CHEMICAL WARFARE; WORLD WAR I. M Special Co[mpany]y's Strafes.
London : 1919No other copy traced, a very scarce memento of the services of M Special Company, Royal Engineers, a British chemical weapons unit that saw extensive service on the Western Front, sent out to ex-members soliciting funds for the R. E. Memorial Fund.
The "chart" lists the close to 50 operations that the unit was involved in between June 1916 and... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 144428
WORLD WAR I. Brigade of Guards Diary 1915.
Aldershot : 1915First and only edition, no other copy traced. This copy owned by Capt. John Fox, Brigade Veterinary Officer, signed by him on the first blank together with seven other senior officers including Brig.-General Heyworth, Commanding XXth Brigade. A few pencilled annotations to the portrait plates noting wounded or killed. The text is essentially a calendar... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 132388
WORLD WAR II. Prisoners of War need your Help.
London : [after 1941]Visually, and one would hope financially, appealing war-time fund-raiser. " Upper three quarters of the poster filled by a black and white photograph. The lower portion is a red box with four lines of white capitalised text. The top line of text has a black drop-shadow. Below this is one line of black text. Either side of the text are the logos of The... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 67150
WOMEN; WORLD WAR II. Original manuscript notebook.
Ramsgate : April 1942 - March 1943A poignant manuscript notebook, amusingly illustrated, recording the friendship and lively exploits of a group of six young women from Ramsgate during the Second World War. The group, who named themselves "the Order of Little Bears", consisted of Maud Isabella Milgate, the primary author of this manuscript, her sister Blanche Adelaide Milgate ("Bibs"),... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 137776
WORLD WAR II. Handbook for Military Government in Germany.
Bushy Park, London : 1944First edition of this key document in the denazification of Germany, highly uncommon, published in December 1944 in an edition of 6, 000 copies; a high-level draft version circulated in the autumn of 1944 was considered too lenient toward Germany, Roosevelt describing it in a memo as "pretty bad" (Dobbins et al, p.20).
Secretary of the Treasury... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 134461
WORLD WAR II; SHIPBUILDING. Photographic Archive of Dravo Corporation ship launches during World War II.
Wilmington, DE & Pittsburgh, PA : 1942-5A remarkable archive of 113 silver gelatin photographs chronicling the launches of the complete range of vessels produced by the company during the war years - Destroyer Escorts (DE), Landing Ship Tanks (LST), Landing Ship Medium (LSM), Minelayers, Submarine Chasers, Barges, and even floating dry-docks. Many of the images include group portraits of... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 136238
WORLD WAR I - CLOSE, Albert (cartographer). [Three maps:] The British Empire at Bay on the Western Front. A visualised map compiled by Albert Close [with:] Index to British War Cemeteries [with:] The Naval War Chart of the North Sea. Compiled by Albert Close.
London : 1922-23A group of three very scarce, imposing and fascinating maps, the principal two covering in remarkable detail the complexities of the Great War on the Western Front and in the North Sea, compiled by the Canadian-born cartographer Albert Close.
The Western Front map (dated 15 January 1923 and November 1923) - published as a companion piece to... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 122291
WORLD WAR I; 47th SIKHS. 47th Sikhs War Records - The Great War 1914-1918.
No place : c.1921"Not formally published at the time, seen in various types of library binding" (Perkins). Library Hub shows a copy at BL and two at IWM, WorldCat adds a copy at Toronto Public Library. "The 47th Bengal Infantry was raised in 1901 as a class Regt. recruiting only Jat Sikhs. Two years later it was re-titled as 47th Siklhs and then, in 1922, it became... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 117179
WORLD WAR II; JAPAN. Photograph album: "Thoughts on Military Life" (title in Japanese).
Japan : 1940Superb personal photo album portraying the training of a Japanese infantry officer cadet at the junior division of the Rikugun Yonen Gakko - Imperial Japanese Army Academy - at Asaka in Saitama province, at the outset of World War II. Images show his family and friends; his well-appointed room with stacked arms; group portraits of cadets; the buildings... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 98081
WORLD WAR II; PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE. Current Combat Leaflets.
Paris : 1944Extremely uncommon internal psyops production, classified "Restricted", and numbered 36 in an unstated print-run. No records on Library Hub, WorldCat, or KVK, but copies located at UCL in the papers of Sir Gavin de Beer, the influential evolutionary embryologist who served as lieutenant-colonel in charge of psychological warfare in the field at SHAEF,... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 113423
ROYAL AIR FORCE; WORLD WAR TWO. …So Few. A folio dedicated to all who fought and won the Battle of Britain, 10th July - 31st October 1940.
London : 1990-5First editions, deluxe signed issues, both volumes number 96 of 401 copies, each containing 25 superb colour silhouette portraits of distinguished RAF pilots from Britain and the Commonwealth, all signed by both the pilot and artist Michael Pierce, and with his embossed stamp. Additionally signed in the edition by six members of the creative and design... Learn More£9,500.00
Stock Code: 145852
WORLD WAR II - POLITICAL WARFARE EXECUTIVE. "German Propaganda and the German 5.7.43 - 20.10.43" - collection of weekly reports.
1943A remarkable survival: a half-yearly run of pioneering weekly propaganda intelligence reports produced by the German and Austrian Region Intelligence Section of the Political Warfare Executive. These reports were to provide the basis for a new approach to intelligence work for the British which would be carried forward after the end of WWII. Documentary... Learn More£6,500.00
Stock Code: 135819
WORLD WAR I; MEUSE-ARGONNE OFFENSIVE. Two French campaign maps annotated for use in the field by Lieut.-Gen. Gordon Macdonald, commanding 3rd Bn. 324th Infantry Regt., AEF.
In the Field & Paris : 1917-8A pair of fascinating, extensively annotated maps used in the field by an officer serving with the 81st "Wildcat" Division of the American Expeditionary Forces during the closing months of the Great War, in particular the Meuse-Argonne offensive of September-November 1918, a brutal encounter in which the AEF suffered casualties in excess of 120,000... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 121953
WORLD WAR I; ARMISTICE DAY, LONDON. London, 11th November 1918, three autograph letters containing eyewitness accounts.
London : 1918Wonderfully evocative group of letters written on 11/11/18 describing the arrival in London of news of the armistice, and the subsequent celebrations, all written to Godfrey Stubberfield, serving in France with the Royal Garrison Artillery, from his mother, father & sister, all residing at 3 Alfriston Road, West Side, Clapham Common, London SW11. A... Learn More£275.00
Stock Code: 142736
WORLD WAR I - NEWMAN, Bernard. The Cavalry Went Through.
London : 1930First edition, first impression. "This is an imaginary story of how the Great War was brought to an end by an overwhelming Allied victory in the year 1917 although many of the events are wildly improbable and could hardly stand detailed criticism, there is considerable military knowledge as well as imagination in the plot" (Falls). The publisher's... Learn More£125.00
Stock Code: 94590
WORLD WAR I - JOU, Louis. Nos héros.
1915First and sole edition, number 4 of 100 copies, each plate signed and numbered in pencil by the artist (also numbered on the mount) and with nine additional plates in a different state, a number annotated by Jou. A superb series of deeply affecting but little known prints, and a major contribution to the iconography of the Great War.
Louis Jou... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 122352
ROYAL AIR FORCE; WORLD WAR TWO. …So Few. A folio dedicated to all who fought and won the Battle of Britain, 10th July – 31st October 1940.
London : 1990First edition, number 52 of 401 copies, signed by all six members of the creative team on the mounted authentication leaf. A magnificent tribute, containing 25 superb original silhouette portraits of distinguished RAF pilots from Britain and the Commonwealth, all signed by the sitter and the artist, Michael Pierce, together with his embossed stamp.... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 141274
FUTURE WORLD NOVEL. The Reign of George VI.
London : 1763First edition of a scarce futuristic novel. "Uncanny in its choice of dates and in its prediction of the emergence of Russia and the United States as world powers, it describes a war between Britain and Russia (1900-01) which escalates into a world war between the British Empire and a coalition of Russia and France (1917-20) who between them have occupied... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 87375
SHANGHAI; SINO-JAPANESE WAR. Secret Intelligence Summaries, 30 August - 18 November 1937.
Shanghai : 1937Remarkable run of sixty original Intelligence Summaries, all classified SECRET, compiled by the Intelligence Officer, BRITFORCE at Shanghai during the Japanese invasion. Nos. 12-18 (dated from 30 Aug.-5th Sept. 1937) & Nos. 20-72 (dated from 7th Sept. to 18th Nov. 1937). Issued almost daily during the height of the conflict. These rare intelligence... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 135752
CARDWELL, Edward, viscount. Army (Infantry Equipment). Return to an Address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 6 August 1870. Copies of the Reports made by Major General Eyre's Committee on Infantry Equipment to the Secretary of State for War:
London : 1871First and only edition of this important, extensive and in depth review and report on the damaging effects that 'the present system of drill and accoutrements' (i.e. uniform, kit, knapsacks, weaponry etc), was recognised as having upon the health of newly recruited soldiers, leading in particular to a prevalence of lung and heart disease. Uncommon,... Learn More£950.00
Stock Code: 145405
[WARNER, Susan.] WETHERELL, Elizabeth. The Wide, Wide World.
New York : 1851First edition of Susan Bogert Warner's first novel, written under the pseudonym of Elizabeth Wetherell, in bright condition. Warner (1819-1885) began writing The Wide, Wide World in 1848. It was to become one of the most popular American novels of its time, however initially had difficulty finding a publisher. "Even when George P. Putnam accepted the... Learn More£2,650.00
Stock Code: 139641
RIEFENSTAHL, Leni. Schönheit im Olympischen Kampf.
Berlin : 1937First edition, first printing, an exceptional copy retaining the rare glassine and card slipcase. This photobook was produced alongside Olympia, Riefenstahl's landmark documentary of the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
Olympia was immediately recognised as truly innovative, experimenting with cutting-edge shooting and editing techniques, winning the Best... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 141073
RIEFENSTAHL, Leni. Schönheit im Olympischen Kampf.
Berlin : 1937First edition, first printing. This photobook, which includes an image of Jesse Owens before his record-breaking long jump (p. 100) and at the sprint start line (p. 68), was produced alongside Riefenstahl's landmark documentary of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. The film, Olympia, was truly innovative, experimenting with the most recent filming and editing... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 140966
EDGWARE ROAD MURDER. A volume of contemporary newspaper clippings, pamphlets and broadsheet publications relating to the Edgware Road Murder.
London : 1837A fascinating assemblage of printed material relating to the cause celebre of 1837, the brutal murder and dismemberment, on Christmas Eve 1836, of Hannah Brown by James Greenacre (1785-1837), forever after known as the Edgware Road Murderer. This collection was compiled by someone eagerly following the case and attests to the grip that it exerted on... Learn More£1,850.00
Stock Code: 119351
KHANSAHEB, Ishwarlal P. & Tribhuvan J. Sheth. Hints on the Study of Gujarati.
Bhaga Talao, Surat : 1913Fourth edition, first published 1900, still in print in a tenth edition in 1938. Fairly uncommon, WorldCat locates 19 copies worldwide, but just 4 locations in the UK, BL, SOAS, Oxford, TCD. "There is no denying the fact that many forces are at work at the present day, towards the development and cultivation of Indian vernaculars. What with our significant... Learn More£65.00
Stock Code: 98303
NAPIER, Edward Delaval Hungerford Elers. The Linesman;
London : 1856First and only edition. Uncommon, Library Hub has BL, NLS, Oxford and Cambridge only, WorldCat adds 6 copies in the USA and one in South Africa. Three-decker, giving a fictionalised account of life in the British Army in the first half of the nineteenth century, including campaigning and cantonment life in India, and the First Burma War. "It has been... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 77542
NAPIER, Edward Delaval Hungerford Elers. The Linesman;
London : 1856First and only edition of this three-decker, giving a fictionalized account of life in the British Army in the first half of the 19th century, including campaigning and cantonment life in India and the First Burma War.
"It has been justly remarked that no work of fiction can equal in point of interest, one composed of incidents derived from... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 75386
MICHELOT, Henri. The Mediterranean Pilot:
London : 1715First English edition. Exceedingly uncommon, a single copy cited by Adams & Waters, at the Ministry of Defence, and only one other copy located in ESTC, Library Hub, and WorldCat, at Oxford. Not found in the National Maritime Museum's online catalogue.
This translation of Michelot's Le portulan de partie de la Mer Mediterranee (Marsailles, 1703)... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 125965
ROGERS, Edward. An essay on some general principles of political economy, on taxes upon raw produce, and on commutation of tithes.
London : 1822First edition of Rogers's mathematical economics pamphlet, presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front wrapper, "To Charles Wetherell Esq. MP. with the Author's Compliments", underneath the crossed-out inscription, "To the Earl of Liverpool". At the time of the inscription the English politician and judge Charles Wetherell represented Oxford... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 120724
MAURITIUS. Substantial personal album of original photographs of Mauritius following World War II.
[c. 1945]Extensive and unique visual record of the island of Mauritius in the period immediately after World War II. The island had not been directly threatened during the war, but had undergone a period of severe hardship, sparking civil unrest which over the ensuing years unfolded into a fully developed independence movement. The compiler of the album seems... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 124106
CHURCHILL, Winston S. [The Second World War, Brazilian] A Segunda Guerra Mundial.
São Paulo : 1948-54First Brazilian editions, eight of the ten volumes signed or inscribed by Winston Churchill.
In fact what is here is: "Volumes I to IV in 6 parts, Volumes III and IV are in two parts each, and volume VI which is in two parts, a total of 8 parts. So we are lacking Volume V, presumed to be in two parts. There are also unsigned duplicates of Volumes... Learn More£8,500.00
Stock Code: 33676
CHURCHILL, Winston S. [The Second World War, in Swedish] Andra Världskriget.
Stockholm : 1948-54First editions in Swedish, volumes I, III, and VI only of the complete set. Each volume inscribed by Churchill on the half-title. Volume I: "Inscribed by Winston S. Churchill 1948 for Emery Reves"; Volume III signed and dated 1950; Volume VI signed and dated 1955. From the library of Emery Reves, Churchill's literary agent. Reves had been instrumental... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 35023
CHURCHILL, Winston S. [The Second World War, in Italian] La Seconda Guerra Mondiale.
Verona : 1948First Italian editions, limited issue, first two volumes only of the complete set, number 12 of 30 numbered sets signed by the publisher of a print-run of just 1030, this copy inscribed by the author to his literary agent in vol. I: "Inscribed for Emery Reves by Winston S. Churchill, 1948".
From the library of Emery Reves, Churchill's literary... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 35016
CHURCHILL, Winston S. [The Second World War, in Danish] Den Anden Verdenskrig.
Copenhagen : 1948-54First Danish editions, inscribed by the author, vol. 1 "For Emery Reves by Winston S. Churchill, 1949", vol. 2 signed and dated 1949, vol. 3 and 5 signed "WSChurchill", vol. 4 inscribed "For Emery Reves from Winston S. Churchill, 1951", vol. 6 signed and dated 1955. From the library of Emery Reves, Churchill's literary agent. Reves had been instrumental... Learn More£8,500.00
Stock Code: 35025
CHURCHILL, Winston S. [The Second World War, in Dutch:] Memoires over de tweede wereldoorlog.
Amsterdam/Brussels : 1948-54First Dutch trade edition, inscribed by the author, volume 1 "Inscribed for Emery Reves by Winston S. Churchill, 1948", volumes 2 and 3 signed and dated 1949, volume 5 signed "WSChurchill", the others unsigned; from the library of Emery Reves, Churchill's literary agent.
Reves had been instrumental in promoting Churchill's pre-war international... Learn More£6,750.00
Stock Code: 34995
CAIRO. Photograph album of a British Military Officer in Egypt during the First World War and in Europe in the 1920's [sic].
Cairo, Egypt, Italy, Switzerland : 1915-26Appealing personal album of a British resident in Cairo during World War I and soon after, perhaps a military or diplomatic officer, or businessman. The album opens with an excellent sequence of eight images, offering a bird's-eye view shot from a balcony of the march past of troops before they left for Gallipoli, "Generals Sir John Maxwell and Sir... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 135761
SUN TZU; GILES, Lionel (trans.) Sun Tzu on the Art of War.
London : 1910First edition of the first full translation of Sun Tzu directly from the Chinese original. At the time of his translation, Giles was assistant in the Department of Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts at the British Museum, widely considered one of the leading sinologues of his day, and this one of his finest works. Inevitably well represented institutionally,... Learn More£9,750.00
Stock Code: 141037
CHINA. Second Opium War.An enthralling and richly detailed journal of a decade at sea with the US Navy during the 1850s, recording back-to-back cruises on three sloops-of-war, seeing action in three different arenas: on the Cyane, which shelled Greytown, Nicaragua (1854), the Preble during the Paraguay Expedition (1858) - a flexing of muscle by the US Navy that concluded peaceably... Learn More£9,500.00
Stock Code: 127365
CHURCHILL, Winston S. The World Crisis.
London : 1923-31First editions, first impressions. Working with astonishing speed and energy, Churchill produced this mammoth history of the First World War in the aftermath of electoral defeat. The work deals with his reorganization of the Royal Navy in the years leading up to the War, defends his Gallipoli policy, and criticises Haig's strategy.
John Buchan... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 145874
IRVINE, Alexander. The Man from World's End and other stories of lovers and fighting men.
London : 1926First edition, first impression, of these First World War stories, a very attractive copy in the scarcely-surviving dust jacket strikingly illustrated by Italian artist Edmondo Lucchesi, who was active in Britain between 1913 and 1930. The front flap of the jacket advertises: "In this collection of stories... Irvine has taken the War for a background... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 141622
NASSER, Gamal Abdel. Typed letter signed, in support of world peace.
April 1956Typed letter signed from Gamal Abdel Nasser, as Prime Minister of Egypt. Nasser writes in response to Ray Gardner (1919-1997), chairman of the British Columbia Peace Council in Vancouver, a constituent part of the anti-imperialist Canadian Peace Congress. Gardner had written to Nasser sending his well wishes on the anniversary of the 1955 Bandung Conference,... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 141392
HILDEBRAND, G. B. The Applications of Prophecy to the Crimean War;
London : 1864First and only edition, extremely uncommon - both Library Hub and WorldCat list three locations (BL, NLS, Cambridge). The text concludes "End of Volume I", but this is all published. An extraordinary sustained exercise in apocalyptic biblical exegesis by a mind stimulated, or perhaps over-stimulated, by the ongoing war in the Crimea. The author saw... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 121341
THATCHER, Margaret. Two typed letters signed, on the passage of the War Damage Act.
19 February 1965Two typed letters signed from Margaret Thatcher to her constituent Mr. A. N. Attwell of Oakleigh Park North, with his own copies of the correspondence, supporting with reservations the War Damage Act, then backtracking and opposing it, legislation which she was evidently conflicted by, clashing with her principles but saving the taxpayer much money.
The... Learn More£800.00
Stock Code: 146804
MACPHERSON, William Grant. Handbook of the Medical Services of Foreign Armies. Parts I-VI.
London : 1908-11First editions of these uncommon official publications. Print-runs were 2,000 for each part, but there are just a scatter of complete sets institutionally (10 recorded on WorldCat). The individual volumes deal with France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, Italy, the Netherlands, and Belgium. They represent a revision of the Handbook of the Medical... Learn More£1,575.00
Stock Code: 67260
CHURCHILL, Winston S. The World Economic Crisis.
Boston : 1932First and only printing of the entirety of this timely speech, together with the questions and discussion which followed; an excellent copy, and highly uncommon. As noted by Cohen, Rhodes James publishes "a small part only" of the address in the Collected Speeches (V, pp 5132-3), this thus being the only printing of the complete speech.
Churchill... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 143715
PAULING, Linus. Autograph letter signed, and inscribed typescript speech, opposing the Vietnam War.
5 December 1969Autograph letter signed from Linus Pauling, together with an inscribed typescript speech, fiercely setting out his anti-war views. The American chemist and peace activist Linus Carl Pauling (1901-1994), one of the founders of molecular biology and quantum chemistry, won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1954 and for Peace in 1962, one of only four individuals... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 141385
CHERRY-GARRARD, Apsley. The Worst Journey in the World:
London : 1922Interesting group comprising two polar rarities, a first edition of The Worst Journey in the World, and two autograph letters. The Worst Journey in the World, "the best written and most enduring account of exploits in the Antarctic" (Taurus) and "widely regarded as the masterpiece of polar exploration" (Books on Ice), is presented here in Cherry-Garrard's... Learn More£12,500.00
Stock Code: 136850
SACKVILLE-WEST, Vita. Country Notes in Wartime.
London : 1940First edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed on the front free endpaper "For Lady Milner, Nov. 1940, V.S.W.". This is a great association copy of a work uncommonly found inscribed.
The recipient was Violet Georgina Milner, Viscountess, (1872-1958). After the death of her brother Leopold Maxse in 1932, Violet became editor of... Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 146351
ANSON, George Anson, Baron; WALTER, Richard (comp.) A Voyage Round the World in the years MDCCXL, I, II, III, IV by George Anson, Esq;
London : 1776.Fifteenth edition, following the first of 1748. Anson (1697-1762) was in command of a squadron sent to plunder Spanish trading territories on the Pacific coast of South America during the War of Jenkins' Ear. His expedition threatened to turn into a military fiasco. His small squadron was battered by storms and too few of his crew survived the journey... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 124563
BLOCH, Ivan Stanislavovich. Der Krieg. Uebersetzung. Des russischen Werkes des Autors: Der zukünftige Krieg in seiner technischen, volkswirtschaftlichen und politischen Bedeutung. Johann von Bloch.
Berlin : 1898First edition in German, first published in Russian the year previously with a French translation issued the same year. This copy inscribed by Bloch on the half-title of volume I; "Herr Oberst Rohr vom Verfasser", and subsequently by the state librarian recording the gift of the set from Rohr's widow just two months after the outbreak of World War I.... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 85050
HARDY, Thomas. The Works.
London : 1919-20The Mellstock edition, one of 500 sets signed by the author on the limitation page of volume I. The Mellstock is one of the most attractive collected editions of Hardy, printed in a clear and legible type, this set finely bound by Morrell.
At Hardy's suggestion the edition was named after his fictional "Mellstock", a combination of the... Learn More£17,500.00
Stock Code: 110543
HARDY, Thomas. The Works.
London : 1919-20The Mellstock edition, one of 500 sets signed by the author on the limitation page of volume I. The Mellstock is one of the most attractive collected editions of Hardy, printed in a clear and legible type, this set in an attractive binding by the noted Atelier Bindery for Charles Scribner's Sons.
At Hardy's suggestion the edition was... Learn More£17,500.00
Stock Code: 105784
HARDY, Thomas. The Works.
London : 1919-20The Mellstock edition, one of 500 sets signed by the author on the limitation page of volume I. The Mellstock is one of the most attractive collected editions of Hardy, printed in a clear and legible type, this set in the original cloth in notably bright condition.
With the bookplate of James MacLehose (1857-1943) to the front pastedown,... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 96658
BOND, Frederick Bligh. The Hill of Vision.
Boston : 1919First edition, first printing, an exceptionally fine copy in the jacket, of this collection of psychically produced pieces prophesying from as early as 1909 World War I. They were obtained by the English architect, illustrator, archaeologist and "psychical researcher" Frederick Bligh Bond (1864-1945).
Bond was a member of the Freemasons from... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 143850
POUND, Ezra. A Draft of Cantos XXXI-XLI.
London : 1935First UK edition, first impression. First published in New York in October 1934 as Eleven New Cantos, the English edition was published under an altered title on 14 March 1935; 1,500 copies were printed, of which 300 were bombed during the Second World War. Learn More£275.00
Stock Code: 99601