London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1913. Nineteenth impression, small 8vo, (xx), 236 pp. 5 maps, 3 in colour plus 4 pedigrees, marbled endpapers and edges, Prize label of the Grammar School, Wirkworth, to fly leaf. Contemporary calf, double gilt rules, gilt arms to upper cover, gilt spine, darkened, some minor marks.
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Small 8vo, 60 leaves, of which 28 have been used to hold a collection of 355 coloured paper monograms, armorial bearings and other devices. Headings and annotation in both ink and pencil, paste downs with some browning. Contemporary maroon half morocco, gilt title to upper cover, spine ends with some...
London: William Kimber, (1958). Second edition, 8vo, 206 pp. Black and white photographic illustrations, signed by the author on the half title. Cloth, very good.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1904. 8vo, viii, 533, (1) pp. Marbled endpapers and edges, prize label of the Edinburgh Angus Club. Contemporary full calf, gilt spine and device to upper cover, an excellent copy.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1871-72. Five volumes, small 8vo. Original decorated russet cloth, gilt titled spines, spine ends with some mild rubbing.
London: Faber and Faber Limited, (1939). Second impression (3 months after the first), 8vo, 437, (1) pp. Cloth, d.w. worn with loss to the spine ends and edges, old taped repairs to the inside of the spine.
Cambridge: At the University Press; London: John W. Parker, 1839. First edition. 8vo. xvi, 336, (iv), 8 pp. Publisher's cloth, gilt lettered to the spine. Folding table. Neatly rebacked with nearly all of the of the original spine preserved, sensitive repair to the table, very good.
Manchester and London: John Heywood, 1887. First edition, large 8vo, xii, 448 pp. Portrait frontispiece and 49 illustrations in the text. Original gilt titled cloth, a little dull, neatly rebacked.
 Leeds: Printed by W.S. Maney and Son for the Society of Antiquaries, 1971. First edition. Two volumes. 4to. xxvi, 222; xx, 400 pp. Publisher's dark red cloth, gilt lettered to the spines, dust jackets. 92 plates (3 colour) and 20 folding plans in volume I, 28 plates (3 colour)...
London: Religious Tract Society - Published by Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh, [c.1880]. 8vo, (ii), xvi, 675, (1) pp, printed in double column, signature on fly leaf, contemporary black half calf, gilt spine with red morocco label.
Bristol: J.W. Arrowsmith, (1893). First edition, 8vo, xiv, 274, (4 advertisement) pp. Black and white illustrations, some foxing at each end. Original gilt titled cloth, some mild marks, otherwise an excellent copy.
London: John Lehmann, (1958). Seventh impression, 8vo, 247, (1) pp. Frontispiece, decorative title and illustrations in the text by John Minton. Cloth, d.w. also by Minton, not price clipped, spine browned with loss.
London: Michael Joseph, (1960). First edition. 8vo. 493, (1) pp. Recent black full morocco, spine with raised bands, gilt lettered to two panels, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, signed by the author on the title page. An excellent copy.
(Harmondsworth): Penguin Books, (1963). 8vo, 364, (2) pp. Inscribed from the author to Joan Baylis "...Greetings for Christmas 1963" on the half title, marginal browning throughout, original covers bound in at the end, marbled endpapers. Recent dark green full morocco, a.e.g.
(London: Elizabeth David, 1971). Second impression, small 8vo, 20 pp. Printed wrappers, stapled as issued, slightly faded and foxed.
London: Publisher by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1931. First edition, 8vo, xxix, (i), 141, (1) pp. 8 plates. Original mustard cloth, some light soiling, spine slightly dull. Woolmer 250.
[London] In the Savoy: Printed by T.N. for Henry Harrington, 1678. Second edition, folio, (iv), 734, (2, 17 index, 1) pp. Faint ink stamps of the Bradford Free Library to the first three leaves, title page with an old signature and several minor closed tears to the edges. 20th century...
London: William Heinemann, 1899. First edition, 8vo, xvi, 335, (1) pp, frontispiece and numerous photographic text illustrations - 38 full page, 4 maps - 2 in colour, some spotting throughout, signatures on fly leaf, in the original red cloth, extremities rubbed, spine a little faded.
Birmingham: The T.T. Special, (1951). First edition, 8vo, 152 pp. Black and white photographic illustrations. Cloth, d.w. with some loss to edges.
London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1907. First edition, 8vo, (vi), 349, (1) pp. Marbled endpapers, attractive contemporary bookplate reading simply "Daisy", with two French mottoes, contemporary signature to front blank. Bound by Hatchards in contemporary red half morocco, t.e.g., mild rubbing of joints and spine. "The Royal Historical Library series"
London: Faber and Faber, 1944. First one volume edition. 8vo. 224 pp. Publisher's yellow cloth, gilt lettered to the spine, dust jacket. Frontispiece and 19 black and white photographic plates plus a further 19 plates reproducing RAF reconaissance photogarphs of the Khan Nuqta-Baghdad road. Small losses to the edges of...
London: Printed for T. Davis and C. Woodward, 1736-5. Two volumes, 8vo, xxxv, (v), 408, (viii Index); (iv), 368, (100 Dictionary) pp, with 35 woodcuts in the dictionary, slight cracking of hinges, occasional slight marginal browning, very slight loss to lower corner of title and following 2 leaves in volume...
London: Printed for G. Robinson and J. Murray, 1784. Fourth edition, 8vo, (viii), xvi, 540, (20 index) pp. Portrait frontispiece, first few leaves a little damp stained, 19th century inscription to paste down. 20th century half calf, marbled sides, spine a little sunned and mottled. "[De Lolme's] work on the...
Paris: Librarie Classiques de Jules Delalain, 1862. Twenty-ninth edition, 8vo, (iii-viii), 672 pp, bound without a half title. Owner's name to fly leaf. Contemporary full calf, gilt spine with red and green labels, some minor rubbing, very good.
Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co., 1902. First edition, 8vo, 520 pp. Folding map at the end plus some maps in the text, prize label to paste down with the inscription to this and to the fly leaf neatly erased, upper hinge tender but sound. Original dark green cloth, spine ends...