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LEWIS, C. S., & others. Essays Presented to Charles Williams.
London : 1947First edition, first impression, inscribed by one of the contributors, the Inkling Arthur Owen Barfield, to his fellow author Walter de la Mare, on the front free endpaper: "To W.J. i.e. Walter John from O.B. Owen Barfield at Christmas 1947, with his love". De la Mare has annotated Barfield's essay with marginal comments in pencil; he has also annotated... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 135672
(SOUTH SEA BUBBLE.) HUTCHESON, Archibald. Contemporary Sammelband of 20 works on the South Sea Bubble.
London : 1717-33An exceptional collection of South Sea material, comprising 20 works on the Company bound together in the immediate decades following the burst of the bubble. The majority, 14 titles, are by Archibald Hutcheson, the great Cassandra of the project. They include both his warnings of financial irregularities before the bubble burst, and his post-crash... Learn More£45,000.00
Stock Code: 134766
RODGERS, Mary. Freaky Friday; A Billion for Boris; Summer Switch.
New York : 1972-82First editions, first printings. The first and last title inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to children's librarian Amy Kellman and family, "dear Amy, Sy, Jenny, and Sue, next time I am here the whole family will be here please! Much Love Mary (Rodgers) Nov. 4, 1983." and Summer Switch inscribed as follows, " For Amy and Sy and absent... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 92633
LEWIS, C. S. [The Chronicles of Narnia:]
London : 1950-1956All first editions, first impressions. A complete set of the much acclaimed Narnia series. "The immediate inspiration for 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' was a series of nightmares that Lewis had had about Lions. More seriously, he was concerned to do for children what he had done for an adult readership in his science fiction trilogy... The... Learn More£15,000.00
Stock Code: 127193