antiques & fine art sale

29th November 2018

Lot 1

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include A Long Long War by Ken Wharton, The Troubles by Tim Pat Coogen, Behind The Mask by Peter Taylor, Britain in Agony by Richard Clutterbuck, Cultural Traditions in Northern Ireland, etc. (21).

Sold for £110

Lot 2

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include The Case for The UDR Four by Ian Paisley, The Illusive Quest by Norman Porter, Error of Judgement by Chris Mullin, Web of Punishment by Carol Coulter, etc. (41).

Sold for £130

Lot 3

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include Living with Terrorism by Richard Clutterbuck, The Operators by James Rennie, Death of A Hero by John Parker, etc. (30).

Sold for £120

Lot 4

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include Housing and Divided Community by C.E.B. Brett, The Irish War by Tom Geraghty, The Flight from Famine by McKay, (36).

Sold for £100

Lot 5

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include History of Northern Ireland by Buckland, The British Army in Northern Ireland by Lieutenant Col. Michael Dewar, States of Mind by Olivia Macdonagh, Belfast Approach to Crisis by Ian Budge, etc. (36).

Sold for £100

Lot 6

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include Kevin Lynch and The Irish Hunger Strike, Belfast diary by John Conroy, Ulsters Uncertain Defenders by Sarah Nelson, Loyal to King Billy by Crawford (30).

Sold for £110

Lot 7

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include None Shall Divide Us by Michael Stone, State Violence by Raymond Murray, Bigotry and Blood by Charles Carlton, Caught in The Crossfire by Ed Cairns (30).

Sold for £110

Lot 8

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include The Catholics of Ulster by Marianne Elliott, Peace Keeping in a Democratic Society by Robin Evelegh, Joe Cayhill, A Life in The IRA by Brendan Anderson, Holding the Line by Sir John Herman, the IRA 1968-2000 by J.B. Bell (41).

Sold for £80

Lot 9

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include Making Sense of The Troubles by David McKittrick, The Ulster Defence Regiment by Chris Ryder, Political Dialogue in Northern Ireland by David Bloomfield, The Green Flag by Robert Kee, Death Grows on You by NIki Hill (27).

Sold for £60

Lot 10

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include Bernadette by G.W. Target, Ian Paisley, My Father by Rhonda Paisley, The Divided Kingdom by John Osmond, Shadow of The Dove by Barry Davies (38).

Sold for £70

Lot 11

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include The UVF by Jim Cusack, Paying The Price by Roy Mason, Chains to be Broken by Robin Eames (31).

Sold for £70

Lot 12

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include The Memories of A Statesman by Brian Faulkner, Recriminations Old & New by Bernard Cullen, Violence and The Social Services in Northern Ireland, Stand-Off by Gordon Lucy (36).

Sold for £70

Lot 13

A box of books on The Irish Troubles, to include Sinn Fein - A Century of Struggle, Mirrors Orange & Green by Belinda Lofthouse, Northern Ireland and The Troubles by Charles Messenger (18).

Sold for £60

Lot 14

A box of booklets leaflets and publications on The Irish Troubles, to include The Southern Question, The Rights of Man in Ireland, I would Rather Be an Ulsterman, Pathway to Peace by Gerry Adams, Ulsters Protestants Working Class, British Soldiers Speak Out on Ireland (70+).

Sold for £320

Lot 15

A box of booklets pamphlets and publications on The Irish Troubles, to include The Birmingham Framework by Denis Faul, Falls in Focus, They Shoot Children, The H Blocks, Signpost to Independence & Socialism, Nationalist Women & The RUC (50+).

Sold for £380

Lot 16

A box of booklets pamphlets and publications on The Irish Troubles, to include Belfast August 1971 - "A Case to be Answered, Ulster" - The Facts, Britain & The Irish Crisis, Violence & Northern Ireland, The Two Irish Nations, Northern Ireland & the Common Market (70+).

Sold for £460

Lot 17

A box of pamphlets booklets and publications on The Irish Troubles, to include Fermanagh B Specials by Mervyn Dane, Handbook for Volunteers of The Irish Republican Army, Beyond The Religious Divide, Irish Songs of Resistance, The Writings of Bobby Sands (50+).

Sold for £420

Lot 18

A box of pamphlets booklets and publications of The Irish Troubles, to include Four Months in Winter, An Irish Dimension by Vera E. Nevin, Loyalism in Ireland, Life on The Interface, Terror in Northern Ireland (55+).

Sold for £440

Lot 19

A box of pamphlets books and ephemera on The Irish Troubles, Irish Liberation Press, Fortnight, Irish The Republican Magazine, Captive Voice, Belfast Bulletin, Purple Standard (80+).

Sold for £400

Lot 20

Three bags of +/- 150 Republican newspaper publications, An Phoblacht.

Sold for £440

Lot 21

An A3 portfolio of 44 Republican Unionist Sectarian and other Irish Trouble political posters.

Sold for £600

Lot 22

Fourteen Irish Trouble posters, to include UVF, Ulster Movement, Destroy The Census, IRSP Easter Commemoration, Kieran Doherty. 303 mm x 430 mm.

Sold for £340

Lot 23

Eighteen Irish Trouble posters, to include Plastic Bullets Kill, Francis Hughes, Frank Stag, Political Prisoner Long Kesh. Size +/- A2.

Sold for £420

Lot 24

Twelve posters about The Irish Troubles, to include 22 Years in English Prisons, Release All Political Prisoners, Republican Sinn Fein, Free All POWS. +/- 620 mm x 430 mm.

Sold for £440

Lot 25

Fourteen Irish Trouble political posters, to include Troops Out Movement, Loughinisland Massacre Collusion, Don't Let Them Die, Bobby Sands, The Rhythm of Time, Support The H Block Hunger Strikers. +/- 620 mm x 430 mm.

Sold for £570

Lot 26

Thirteen Irish Trouble political posters, Oppose Censorship, Stop Strip Searches, Republican & Sinn Fein, Smash H Block, etc. Various sizes.

Sold for £480

Lot 27

Two boxes of books pamphlets and ephemera on Situationism, to include A Game of War by Andrew Hussey, The Merry Month of May by James Jones, The Situationist City by Simon Saddler, The Year of The Barricades by David Caute, etc.

Sold for £170

Lot 28

Two boxes of Situationism, posters, games, books, CD and ephemera.

Sold for £320

Lot 29

Twenty Six books on The Red Army and Class Wars, The Secret State by Richard Thurlow (1995), Bringing The War Home by Jeremy Varon (2004), Anarchists Never Surrender by Victor Serge (2015), Anti-Oedipus Capitalism & Schizophrenia by Charles Deleuze, etc.

Sold for £30

Lot 30

A box of books on the Baader-Meinhof and other far right publications, to include Baader-Meinhof by Stefan Aust (2008), Remembering The Armed Struggled by Magrit Schiller, Hitlers Children by Jillian Becker (1977), How It All Began by Heinrich Boll, Love, Gudrun Ensslin by Simon Corbin, (36).

Sold for £65

Lot 31

A box of Civil Unrest & Class War ephemera booklets and badges, Alternative Green, The Destruction of Toy Town UK, This is Class War, No Quality Without Equality, National Front, Charter 88, Beating The Poll Tax, Nuclear Disarmament for Britain, etc.

Sold for £110

Lot 32

A box of UK and USA etc. Civil Defence Security posters and warning signs, and a framed Ground Burst effects poster.

Sold for £32

Lot 33

Two boxes of Greenpeace books, Fifty Years of Arctic Research by R. Gilberg, Greenpeace - An Insiders Account by Rex Weyler, World Watch Greenpeace by Sean Sheehan, Rainbow Warrior, and a box of Greenpeace ephemera and 24 Greenpeace Kyoto Treaty & Ecology posters, etc.

Sold for £50

Lot 34

A box of Baader-Meinhof ephemera and DVDS.

Sold for £180

Lot 35

A box of mixed and Palestinian propaganda booklets posters and ephemera, Life Matters, Save The Sharpeville Six, Prairie Fire, Mini Manual of The Urban Guerilla, etc.

Sold for £85

Lot 36

A box of posters and ephemera on USA etc., Partisan Project posters, The Impossible Dream, FBI leaflets, and box of mixed posters.

Sold for £160

Lot 37

Two boxes of Vietnam War propaganda booklets, pamphlets and ephemera.

Sold for £180

Lot 38

A box of Vietnam War propaganda booklets pamphlets and periodicals, and a box of Time Week magazines.

Sold for £75

Lot 39

Two boxes of books on Vietnam and The Vietnam War, to include Women in a Vietnamese Revolutionary posters, This Soldier Still at War by John Bryan (1975), Vietnam by Stanley Karnow, Vietnam by Lauran Paine (1965), etc.

Sold for £70

Lot 40

Two boxes of Vietnam War ephemera, posters photographs, badges, propaganda, etc.

Sold for £125

Lot 41

200+ Vietnam War black and white photographs (see illustration).

Sold for £550

Lot 42

Two boxes of books CDS and DVD on China, to include Second Chinese Revolution by K.S. Karol (1975), The Real Thing - Contemporary Art from China, Liu Yong Comrades, Poems of Mao Tse-tung, China Onward - Chinese Contemporary Art from 1966-2006 (2007), etc.

Sold for £40

Lot 43

Two boxes of books on Feminism and CND etc., to include CND Now More Than Ever by Kate Hudson, A New World for Women by Sheila Rowbotham, The Road to Greenham Common, etc., periodicals, ephemera, photographs, etc.

Sold for £90

Lot 44

A box of Peace News publications, and 39 posters on Nuclear Disarmament, Greenham Common, CND, Feminism, etc.

Sold for £240

Lot 45

A box of political and other posters, to include 18 exhibition posters, etc., 14 mixed political posters, 7 South/Central American posters, etc.

Sold for £140

Lot 46

A box of political and other posters, to include No More War, Middle East, 31 Libyan posters, South African and 22 political and class war posters, etc.

Sold for £140

Lot 47

A handpainted Vietnamese propaganda poster, circa 1960s, "Victory Belongs To Us" depicting a Southern Vietnamese woman with a dove in her hand and further doves above each holding the flag of the National Liberation Front (Viet Cong), gouache on paper. Image 51.5 cm x 68.5 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 48

A Vietnamese handpainted propaganda poster, circa 1960s, "Vietnam is Sure of Victory" depicting two lotus flowers growing amongst the rubble of a city, smoke in the background and to the forefront the wing tip of an aeroplane (this normally has the initials USAF). Image 71.3 cm x 41 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 49

A Vietnamese handpainted propaganda poster, circa 1960's/70's, "Nothing More Precious Than Independent Freedom" depicting a white lotus tied with a ribbon of the flag of National Liberation Front (Viet. Cong) beneath a pink and red sky. Image 70.5 cm x 41 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 50

After Tian Hao (Hieu) L.N.Lo'i (Vietmanese) Vietnam Propaganda poster, "You don't hear the sound at the jail", depicting two inmates, one on his knees hailing help the other lying on his back clutching his chest, signed and dated 1-1959, gouache on paper, image 63 cm x 48.3 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 51

Hieu, (Vietnamese) Vietnam propaganda poster, dated 1972, "The people of Vietnam will win! - The United States is determined to lose" depicting a black and white bust of a Southern Vietnamese female above the slogans all against a blue ground, signed and dated Hieu 72, gouache on paper, image 73.3 cm x 45.7 cm.

Sold for £160

Lot 52

A handpainted Vietnamese propaganda poster, 1960/70's, "We protect our national borders" depicting a female in traditional dress, a rifle slung over her shoulder and buildings to the background, gouache on paper, image 66 cm x 47.3 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £300

Lot 53

A hand painted Vietnamese propaganda poster, 1960/70's "Construct and defend our fatherland with enthusiasm" depicting a soldier raising his helmet aloft in the air beneath agricultural and military figures, gouache on paper, image 69 cm x 46 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 54

After Le Tiep, a hand painted Vietnamese propaganda poster, circa 1974, "Use your weapon and support our Revolution" gouache on paper, 66 cm x 47.8 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 55

After Huynh Van Thuan, circa 1970's, hand painted Vietnamese propaganda poster "We protect the peoples administration", gouache on paper, image 70.5 cm x 54.3 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £105

Lot 56

After Trinh Quoc, circa 1970's, "North and South Vietnam, one family", Vietnamese hand painted propaganda poster, initialled N.T. gouache on paper, 66.7 cm x 48.8 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 57

A hand painted Vietnamese propaganda poster, circa 1970's, "The Liberation Front of the South Vietnamese people is the true representative of the South Vietnamese people, depicting 3/4 length profile of a Vietnamese female wearing a helmet and a scarf of the National Liberation Front (Viet Cong), lilac coloured dress and holding a rifle, all before a stylised red and ochre sun, gouache on paper, 68.5 cm x 46 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 58

After Nguyen Tien Canh (Vietnamese), "We make full use of leftover food to feed pigs, and we will raise livestock as a major industry", Vietnamese colour printed propaganda poster dated 1973, image 74.3 cm x 50 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 59

A Vietnamese hand painted propaganda poster, circa 19060/70's, "Shoot the enemy 401 as revenge for the people", gouache on paper, 47.5 cm x 73.5 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 60

After Nguyen Tien Canh (Vietnamese), a Vietnam propaganda poster, circa 1960/70's, "Petroleum workers, good fighters with good production", printed in colours, 54 cm x 39.5 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 61

An American anti Vietnam war silk screen poster, circa early 1970's, published by The Poster Factory, depicting a Vietnamese man and woman holding the lifeless body of a child, beneath the words "You who build the altars now to sacrifice these children..." taken from Leonard Cohen's "Story of Isaac" (published 1969), entitled "Corporate dividends from automated war" within a ticker tape type banner. Footnote: The poster factory was set up by students from the University of Minnesota producing posters focusing on objections to the Vietnam War. Overall 57.3 cm x 72.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 62

After Alexander Calder (American 1898-1976), "Pour le Viet Nam" original American anti Vietnam war printed poster 1967, published Arte Paris, 75 cm x 44.5 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 63

A French anti American Vietnam war poster, circa 1970's, "Homage a Ho Chi Minh" advertising a tribute to Ho Chi Minh and offering solidarity with Vietnam and their fight against the Americans, to be held Thursday 13th November at the Centre Censier, overall 56 cm x 38 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 64

A hand painted Vietnamese propaganda poster, circa 1960/70's, "Liberate the South, Protect the North", the image depicts North and South Vietnamese females embracing, each with an assault rifle on their backs before bamboo and a red sun, gouache on paper, image 49.5 cm x 68.2 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 65

A hand painted Vietnamese propaganda poster, circa 1960/70's, "Fight to win" the image depicting soldiers from the Air Force, Navy and Army above a quote from Ho Chi Minh, all beneath the flag of Vietnam, gouache on paper, image 59.5 cm x 54 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 66

A French Anti British propaganda poster, depicting Winston Churchill and a distressed looking mother with child, in French but translates as "His Last Hope ... The Blockade, Will I have enough .. for both of them?", initialled top left corner SK, printed in colour. 117 cm x 79 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 67

Three American card posters, Ohio Students for Nuclear Disarmament - Protest and Survive, Go Army Anti-Aircraft - A Step Into The Space Age, and Security Poster No. 48 - Lock Up Before You Leave, largest 59.5 cm x 73.5 cm, and a portfolio of Russian propaganda posters and a printed publication.

Sold for £60

Lot 68

Angus McBean (British 1904-1990), black and white photographic Christmas card, this was given to David Dawson of the B2 Gallery in Wapping who had exhibited McBean's work. 25.5 cm x 20.3 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 69

A quantity of American Anti Vietnam War posters, to include "Strike - In Solidarity With The BU3 ... For The End of Military Recruiting at Boston University", "Kent State May 4th 1970 - March and Rally Against the Bombing", "The Battle May Lai, Filmed through The Cooperation of The Silent Majority" screenplay by Linden B. Johnson and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, "The Nixon Philharmonic" - Vietnamese Culture Night at The Pauley Ballroom, Berkeley Students Union" and others (10).

Sold for £220

Lot 70

A collection of US Anti-Vietnam War posters, to include "Out Now - Stop The Bombing" April 22nd, "March to End The War, New York and Los Angeles", "Wanted By The Thieu Regime for Speaking Out Against The War and The Saigon Dictatorship", "Mguyen Tang Huien" Vietnam Moratorium - Dates October till the end of the war, "Impeach Johnson" - A Film Poster for A Yank in Vietnam", three NPAC fact sheets, a Special Edition "The News" April 4th 1972, and other (15).

Sold for £200

Lot 71

An A1 size Chinese propaganda poster, circa 1980's, and four smaller.

Sold for £30

Lot 72

One volume Mark Twain "A Yankee at The Court of King Arthur", First Edition, Chatto & Windus 1889.

Sold for £40

Lot 73

ALDIN. CECIL, "Dogs of Character", Lucy Dawson's Dog Book "Gundogs" by Chalmers & Ward Binks and "Modern Dogs (Sporting)" by Rawdon B. Lee.

Sold for £20

Lot 74

DUNCAN, ARCHIBALD, The Life of Horatio Nelson, published by James Cundee, 1806.

Sold for £130

Lot 75

MORRIS. F.O., A History of British Birds, six volumes, previewed by John C. Nimmo, uniformly bound in half Morocco over marbled paper boards, matching marbled end papers, spine gilt with raised bands, published 1885-1897.

Sold for £140

Lot 78

Two boxes of books on Fine Art Furniture and Works of Art and Ceramics, to include Mallett Millennium by Lanto Synge, published in association with the Antique Collectors Club (1999), Minton The First 200 Years of Design and Production by Joan Nones, Swan Hill Press (1993), The Art in The Frick Collection by Charles Ryskamp (1996), Art Treasures of England, Art at Auction 1977-78, 1979-80, 1980-81,1981-82, Christie's Reviews, etc.

Sold for £30

Lot 79

Ten volumes of Sotheby's Art at Auction, English Furniture 1500-1840 by Beard & Goodison, published by Phaidon (1987), Dutch Flower Painting 1600-1720 by Paul Taylor, Yale University Press (1995), Staffordshire Porcelain by Geoffrey Godden, The Golden Age of Dutch Painters of The 17th Century by Bob Haak, published by Harry N. Abrams, New York (1984), etc.

Sold for £20

Lot 80

A box of art books to include This Other Eden - Paintings from The Yale Centre for British Art, George Romney, Cezanne, Sargent, Henry Moore, Reynolds, Illuminated Manuscripts, etc.

Sold for £25

Lot 81

TROLLOPE. ANTHONY, six Folio Society editions in slip cases, The Warden, The Last Chronicle of Barset, The Small House at Allington, Framley Parsonage, Barchester Towers, Doctor Thorn, also The History of The Kings of Britain by Geoffrey of Monmouth.

Sold for £28

Lot 82

ELIOT, GEORGE, seven volumes of The Stereotyped Edition, red leather at spine and corners, marbled boards, page edges and end paper, each volume with five raised bands and gold gilt lettering, published by William Blackwood & Sons, Felix Holt, Silas Marner, Romola, Adam Bede, The Mill On the Floss, Middlemarch, Daniel Deronda (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 83

AUSTEN, JANE, six volumes of The Works of Jane Austen, with green leather spines and gilding, Pride and Prejudice, Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park, Emma, Persuasion, Lady Susan and The Watsons, Adelphi Editions, published by Martin Secker, circa 1890.

Sold for £450

Lot 84

CHURCHILL. WINSTON, The Second World War, First Edition set of six volumes specially rebound with red leather spines and gilt lettering (see illustration).

Sold for £350

Lot 85

Westmorland Cumberland Durham and Northumberland, illustrated from original drawings by Thomas Allom with historical and topographical descriptions by Thomas Rose, circa 1832 (see illustration).

Sold for £260

Lot 86

DICKENS, CHARLES, fourteen volumes of Charles Dickens novels, published by Chapman & Hall, with illustrations, leather spines with gilt lettering and design, marbled boards and paper edges, circa 1900.

Sold for £110

Lot 88

A box of art books, to include Bruegel, Jordaens, Bosch, Versailles, Les Statute de Paris, Rembrandt, all published by Mercatorfonds of Antwerp, with slip cases, also Sevres, Christie's Year Book, etc.

Sold for £75

Lot 89

A box of art books, to include The British Portrait 1660-1960, British Landscape Watercolours 1750-1850, Flanders and England by John Murray, 600 Years of British Painting, Giotto, etc.

Sold for £45

Lot 90

A box of Grosvenor House Art and Antique Fair handbooks.

Sold for £20

Lot 91

A hand written note from Clementine Churchill, thanking Mrs Jones for her gift, also thanking her for the trouble she has gone to keep the heroic Russians and their terrible victorious struggle against the wicked invaders of their country, signed and dated December 1944 and written upon 10 Downing Street, Whitehall notepaper, 17.5 cm x 11.7 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 92

MUDIE. ROBERT, Gilbert's Modern Atlas of the Earth, circa 1840's, Royal 4TO, complete with hand coloured maps including a double page of the Western and Eastern Hemisphere and also Texas as a State, half calf bound and marbled interior boards.

Sold for £520

Lot 93

Dulac (Edmond), illustrator. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, 20 tipped in colour plates, original cloth bound with gilt decorations, 4TO.

Sold for £55

Lot 94

COOPER. ALFRED HEATON, Wild Lakeland, described by MacKenzie MacBride blue stamped cloth boards, published by A&C Black Ltd., First Edition 1922, and The English Lakes painted by Alfred Heaton Cooper described by WT Palmer, published by Adam & Charles Black, London 1905.

Sold for £110

Lot 95

WILLIAMSON, RICHARD, Capreol "The Story of a Roebuck", 1973 First Edition, with long and detailed dedication by the author, a second copy specially bound and presented to Edmumd James "With thanks for the existence of your estate which provides the fabric for this story", signed Richard Williamson, "The Great Yew Forest, signed by Richard Williamson with a long and detailed dedication to Anthony John Poucher who was a family friend and gunsmith to both Richard and his father, and two handwritten letters also to Anthony John Poucher.

Sold for £30

Lot 96

HUTCHINSON. WILLIAM, The History of The County of Cumberland, two volumes, published by E.P. Publishing Ltd. (1974).

Sold for £50

Lot 97

NICHOLSON. JOSEPH & RICHARD BURN, The History and Antiquities of The Counties of Westmorland and Cumberland, two volumes, published by E.P. Publishing Ltd. (1976).

Sold for £50

Lot 99

GOLDSMITH. OLIVER, Goldsmiths Animated Nature, two volumes, published by Blackie & Son (1870), leather bindings, illustrated by upwards of 2000 figures.

Sold for £42

Lot 102

WAINWRIGHT. A, box of 27 Pictorial Guides to The Lakeland Fells, some early editions.

Sold for £50

Lot 103

JACOB. GORDON, The Penguin Scores, with biographical notes, 11 softback editions, published circa 1950.

Sold for £25

Lot 104

Two boxes of 21 Folio Society books, to include The Eagle of The Ninth by Rosemary Sutcliff, The Celts by Nora Chadwick, The Secret Garden, Enigma, How of Kill a Mockingbird, etc.

Sold for £70

Lot 105

Six First Edition copies of The New Naturalist, all with dust covers, The Broads (1965), Climate and The British Scene (1952), The Highlands and Islands (1964), The Sea Coast (1953), English Parish Churches (1958), Britain's Structure and Scenery (1946).

Sold for £70

Lot 106

British Calendar Customs, England, three volumes, Volume 1 Moveable Festivals, Volume 2 Fixed Festivals January-May, Volume 3 Fixed Festivals June-December, and British Calendar Customs, Scotland, volumes 1 and 2.

Sold for £45

Lot 107

The Place Names of Westmorland, two volumes, by A.H. Smith (1967), and The Place Names of Cumberland by A.M. Armstrong, three volumes (1950).

Sold for £55

Lot 108

A box of 19th century and later books on The Lake District, poetry, etc., to include Rambles in The Lake Country by Edwin Waugh (1861), The Complete Guide to The Lakes (1842), A Description of The Scenery of The Lakes (1822), etc. (17).

Sold for £130

Lot 109

DODDS, MADELEINE HOPE, A History of Northumberland (1926), Kelly's Directory of The North and East Ridings of Yorkshire (circa 1889), A History of Cumberland by Richard S. Ferguson, two volumes (1890).

Sold for £38

Lot 110

A selection of maps, two folders of National Geographic society maps, 1949 Rainfall map for England and Wales, 1949 Rainfall map for Scotland, 6 Aviation maps of Great Britain (1937), and an 1878 map of The Lake District - Muncaster to Ambleside, etc.

Sold for £180

Lot 111

MOUSSON. A, Revision De La Faune Malacologique des Canaries, 1873 Edition, rebound, hardback.

Sold for £40

Lot 112

ROSSMASSLER. E.A., Iconographie der Land-und Susswasser Mollusken, 1935, illustrated with black and white and coloured lithographic illustrations (see illustration).

Sold for £30

Lot 113

LOVELL REEVE. F.L.S., The Land and Freshwater Mollusks of the British Isles, London, 1863.

Sold for £48

Lot 114

GIUSTI. F. MANGANELLI. G. SHEMBRI. P., The non-marine molluscs of the Maltese Islands, Torino, 1995, and The Shell Bearing Land Snails of Malta by Dr. G. Mandahl-Barth, 1988, published by Friends of The National Museum of Natural History, Mdina, Malta.

Sold for £20

Lot 115

THIELE. J., Handbuch Der Systematischen Weichtierkunde, two volumes published Amsterdam 1963.

Sold for £10

Lot 116

ADAM. WILLIAM, Revision Des Mullosques De La Belgique, rebound,1947 Edition, and Atlas Provisoire Des Gasteropodes Terrestres De La Belgique by J.J. De Wilde, Brussels 1986, softback edition.

Sold for £18

Lot 117

"The Fauna of British India, Ceylon and Burma" four volumes, 1908 by W.T. Blanford, 1914 by G.K. Gude, 1915 by H.B. Preston and 1921 by G.K. Gude.

Sold for £30

Lot 118

FRETTER. V. and GRAHAM. A., British Prosobranch Molluscs, two editions, 1962 and 1994, published by The Ray Society, and Systematics and Evolution of Littorina by David G. Reid, published by The Ray Society 1996.

Sold for £20

Lot 119

Two boxes of Journal of Molluscan Studies, 101 copies.

Sold for £10

Lot 120

A box of books on molluscs.

Sold for £10

Lot 121

A box of Archiv Fur Mollusckenkunde, 10 hardback and 46 softback.

Sold for £10

Lot 124

Two boxes of predominantly books on molluscs, hardback and softback.

Sold for £10

Lot 127

Books on molluscs, 7 volumes, Land and Freshwater Molluscs of the Azores, Land of Snails of The Land of Israel (2 volumes), Molluscs of Mozambique, The Land Snails of Maderia, New Molluscan Names, Molluscs of Valle Di Susa.

Sold for £40

Lot 128

RUNHAM. N.W., Terrestrial Slugs, Slugs and Snails by J. Sankey, The Land of Freshwater Molluscs of Suffolk by Ian J. Killeen, The Land Snails in the British Isles by Robert Cameron, and Atlas of The Land and Freshwater Molluscs of Britain and Ireland by Michael Kerney.

Sold for £20

Lot 129

Eight books on European Molluscs, Fauna Europaea (1878), Shelled Gastropoda of Western Europe by G. Falconer, Distribution of marine molluscs of north west Europe, Report on marine molluscs of north west Europe 1990, Threatened non-marine molluscs of Europe, Background information on invertebrates parts 1 and 2, and Snails of Andalucia.

Sold for £10

Lot 130

HAUSSER. J., Fauna Helvetica 2005 and Fauna Helvetica by Margret Gosteli 1998, Mollousques Continentaux de France by Gerhard Falkner published by The National History Museum in Paris 2002.

Sold for £10

Lot 131

RUNHAM. N.W., Terrestrial Slugs, Slugs and Snails by J. Sankey, The Land of Freshwater Molluscs of Suffolk by Ian J. Killeen, The Land Snails in the British Isles by Robert Cameron, and Atlas of The Land and Freshwater Molluscs of Britain and Ireland by Michael Kerney.

Sold for £10

Lot 132

CLARKE. A.H., The Freshwater Molluscs of Canada published by The National Museum of Canada 1981, Land Snails of British Columbia by Robert G. Forsyth 2004, Catalogue of The Recent Mollusca of Canada by Aurele La Rocque, 1953.

Sold for £20

Lot 134

Six books,including 2 booklets Flukes and Snails by C.A. Wright (George Allen & Unwin 1971), Terrestrial Slugs by A. South (Chapman & Hall 1992), British Slugs by H.E. Quick (London 1960), Invertebrates Other Than Insects by J.H. Bratton 1991, British Land Snails by R.A.D. Cameron and Slugs by H.E. Quick.

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Lot 135

TAYLOR. JOHN D., Origin and Evolutionary Radiation of The Mollusca, Oxford Press 1996, Land and Freshwater Molluscs of Ireland 1912, rebound, by Arthur Wilson Stelfox, Freshwater Bivalves of Britain and Ireland by Ian Killeen 2004, and Tabulae Ineditae by R.J. Shuttleworth 1975.

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Lot 136

POWELL. A.W.B., New Zealand and Mollusca (Collins 1979), Zoological Catalogue of Australia (Volume 8 Non-Marine Mollusca), Camaenid Land Snails from Western and Central Australia, 4 volumes, by Alan Solem 1984, Tasmanian Land of Freshwater Molluscs by B.J. Smith 1981, Field Guide to Non-Marine Molluscs of South Eastern Australia by Brian J. Smith 1979.

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Lot 137

8 volumes Snails of Britain and Europe, to include British Snails by Arthur Erskine Ellis, Susswassergastropoden by Peter Gloer 2002, Land Snails of North West Europe, etc. (8).

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Lot 139

TURK. STELLA M., Atlas of The Land of Freshwater Molluscs of Cornwall and The Isles of Scillies, Checklist of British Marine Molluscs by Shelagh M. Smith, Land and Freshwater Molluscs of Northumberland and Durham, Register of Natural Science Collections in Yorkshire and Humberside, Report on The Molluscs of the West Sussex Chalk Downs 1993, etc.

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Lot 140

THOMPSON. T.E., Biology of Opisthobranch Molluscs, volumes 1 and 2, published by The Ray Society (1976, 1984).

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Lot 141

GITTENBERGER. E., De Nederlandse Zoetwatermollusken and eight other publications on Swedish and Dutch molluscs.

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Lot 142

SYSOEV. ALEXANDER, Land Snails and Slugs of Russian and Adjacent Countries, and Molluscs of Fresh and Brackish Waters of the USSR.

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Lot 143

PILSBRY. H.A., Land Mollusca of North America, 1939 volume 1 part 1, 1946 volume 2 part 1, 1948 volume 2 part 2 and 1940 volume 1 part 2 (4) (see illustration).

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Lot 144

WESTERLUND. C.A., Fauna in Der Palaarctishen Region (Circa 1880), eleven books including Index and Supplement, and four unbound books in a display folder.

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Lot 145

SOLEM. A., Endodontoid Land Snails from Pacific Islands, in two volumes, published by Field Museum on Natural History, Chicago, Lakes and Snails by Jan Okland (1990), two copies of the Land Snails of The Seychelles by Justin Gerlach 1987 and 2006.

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Lot 146

BROWN. DAVID. S., Freshwater Snails of Africa and Their Medical Importance, 1980, Developments in Hydro-Biology, the Freshwater Mollusca of Northern Africa by Dirk Van Damme, 1984, Field Guide to The Land Snails and Slugs of Eastern South Africa by Di Herbert and Dick Kilburn, 2004, Monographic Survey of South African Non-Marine Mollusca, rebound edition 1939, Monograph of The African Bi-Valves of the Genus Pleiodon Conrad by T. Payne and F.R. Woodwood, 1964.

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Lot 147

CLOSE. HENRY, T., The Liguus Tree Snails of South Florida published by University Press of Florida, 2000, Freshwater Mollusca of Wisconsin by F.C. Baker, 1972, North American Freshwater Snails by J.B. Burch, 1989, the Cyclophorid of The Operculate Land Mollusks of America by Carlos de La Torre, 1942, The Distribution of The Native Land Mollusks of the Eastern United States by Leslie Hubricht, 1985.

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Lot 148

ADAMS. C.B., Jamaican Land Shells, 1973, The Land and Freshwaters Mollusks of Puerto Rico by Henry van der Schalie, 1948, World Wide Snails by Alan Solem, Biodiversity and Conservation of Mollusca, Natural History publication, Lima Peru 1946, The Land Shells of Cuba by Adrian Gonzales Giullen, 2008, Moluscos Magallanicos (Molluscs of Patagonia and Chile) by Daniel Forcelli, 2000.

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Lot 149

KENNARD. A.S., Synonymy of the British Non-Marine Mollusca, 1926, Molluscs of Britain and Denmark by Vera Fretter, parts 7, 8 and 9, three copies of British Freshwater Bivalve Molluscs by A.E. Ellis, 1962, British Freshwater Bivalve Mollusca by A.E. Ellis, 1978, three copies of British Fresh and Brackish Water Gastropods by T.T. Macan, and three supplements to The Journal of Molluscan Studies, 1983.

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Lot 151

AZUMA. MASAO., coloured illustrations of the Land Snails of Japan with slip case, 1982, An Introduction to The Micro-Snails of Thailand by Somsak Panha, 2005, Illustrated Handbook of Shells in Natural Colours from The Japanese Islands and Adjacent Territory by Shintaro Hirase.

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Lot 152

GODWIN-AUSTEN. H.H., Land and Freshwater Mollusca of India, two volumes (Index and Atlas and Plates), circa 1889, rebound copies.

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Lot 153

Molluscs of Italy Romania and Poland, (7).

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Lot 155

JEFFREYS. JOHN. GWYN., British Conchology of The British Isles and Surrounding Seas, circa 1865, 5 volume set.

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Lot 156

SWANTON. E.W., The Mollusca of Somerset, Lakeland Molluscs, British Molluscs Identification by Gordon E. Beedham, Catalogue of The British Species of Pisidium by B.B. Woodward, 1913, etc. (11).

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Lot 158

ALDER & HANCOCK, Nudibranchiate Mollusca, Ray Society publications in seven parts, 1844-1855, 1910 Supplement, and Ray Society 150th Anniversary Portfolio.

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Lot 159

DANCE. S. PETER, History of Shell Collecting, 1986, European Seashells by Guido T. Poppe, 1991, Tropical Land Shells of the World by Brian Parkinson, 1987, Compendium of Seashells, Encyclopedia of Shells, Land and Freshwater Shells of The British Isles by Richard Rimmer, etc. (10).

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Lot 160

MENDEL. HOWARD, The Butterflies of Suffolk, 1986, The Millennium Atlas of Suffolk Butterflies by Richard Stewart, 2001, Butterflies and Moths of Yorkshire, 1989, Butterflies of Yorkshire, 2005, Colour Identification Guide to Caterpillars of The British Isles by Jim Porter, 2010, and 11 Yorkshire Lepidoptera Butterfly Conservation Periodicals.

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Lot 161

BRADLEY. J.D., British Tortricoid Moths Tortricidae Olethreutinae Ray Society publication, volume 153 of Series, London 1979, British Totricoid Moths Cochylidae and Tortricidae Tortricinae Ray Society Volume 146 of Series, London 1973.

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Lot 162

ASHER. JIM, the Millennium Atlas of Butterflies in Britain and Ireland, Oxford Press 2001, Butterflies and Moths by Edward Hulme, Moths of The British Isles, British Butterflies, etc. (17).

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Lot 163

SHARROCK. J.T.R., The Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland, published by the British Trust for Ornithology 1976, Yorkshire Bird Report 2014, The Birds of Northumberland and Durham by J. Handcock, 1874.

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Lot 165

BRISTOWE. WILLIAM. S., two volumes (1939, 1941) printed for The Ray Society, British Spiders by Locket & Millidge, three volumes (1951, 53, 74) printed for The Ray Society, An Atlas of Yorkshire Spiders by Clifford J. Smith (1982), How to Begin The Study of Spiders by J.L. Cloudsley-Thompson (1987) (see illustration).

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Lot 166

HAMMOND. C.O., The Dragonflies of Great Britain and Ireland (1977), Bumblebees by D.V. Alford (1975), British Hover Flies by Alan E. Stubbs (2002) published by British Entomological and Natural History Society, The Phylogenetic Systematics of Free Living Nematodes by Sievert Lorenzen (1994) published for The Ray Society, Freshwater Invertebrates, The Wasps Ants and Bees of Watsonian Yorkshire, The Key to The Families of British Diptera, Threatened Wasps Ants and Bees in Watsonian Yorkshire.

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Lot 167

MARSHALL. J.A., Grasshoppers and Allied Insects of Great Britain and Ireland (1988), A Key to Adult Males of British Chironomidae by L.C.V. Pinder in two volumes (1978), Flies of The British Isles by Colyer & Hammond (1968), Grasshoppers Crickets and Cockroaches of the British Isles by David R. Ragge (1965), Woodlice in Britain and Ireland (1985) published by the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology.

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Lot 168

HOPKIN. S.P., A Key to Collembola of Britain and Ireland (2007), Woodlice by S.L. Sutton (1972), British Prosobranchs by Alistair Graham, Pseudoscorpions by Gerald Leg, Millipedes by J. Gordon Blower, Woodlice by P.G. Oliver, Ticks of North West Europe by Paul D. Hillyard.

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Lot 169

BRAMLEY. W.G., A Fungus Flora of Yorkshire (1985), Welsh Ferns by H.A. Hyde (1978), New Atlas of Ferns and Allied Plants of Britain and Ireland by A.C. Wardlaw (2005), Lichens An Illustrated Guide by Frank Dobson (1981), Common Weeds in Egypt by Dr. Loutfy Boulos (1967), A Practical Treatise on Flowers by Peter Ram (1985), Field Guide to The Ferns and Their Related Families by Boughton Cobb (1960).

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Lot 170

GOSSELIN. JOSHUA, Guernsey's Earliest Flora Florasarniensis (1982) published by The Ray Society, De Gallis - On Galls by Marcello Malpighi (2008) published by The Ray Society, Fauna Cantabrigiensis edited by Richard C. Preece (2012) published by The Ray Society, The Orchids of France, Belgium and Luxembourg (in French).

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Lot 171

EDEES. E.S., Brambles of The British Isles (1988) published by The Ray Society.

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Lot 172

CHADWICK. A.C., Tropical Rain-Forest The Leeds Symposium (1984), A Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management by T.C. Whitmore & A.C. Chadwick (1983), Natural History of The Azores by Professor F.D.C. Godman (1870), Conservation of The Flora and Habitat in the Danube Delta by Mihai Petrescu (in Romanian), two ring bound publications of Habitat Surveys.

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Lot 173

WHITE. GILBERT, The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne (1813) facsimile copy (1993) published by The Ray Society, A Flora of The Maltese Islands by S.M. Haslam (1977), The Red Data Book for The Maltese Islands edited by Patrick J. Schembri (1989).

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Lot 174

SMITH. BRADLEY, Japan, A History in Art (1964), Wilson's China by Mark Flanagan (2009), All Under Heaven by Eliott Porter (1983), King of The World by Oliver Everett (1997), Miniatures of Babur-Nama (1969), Katachi Japanese Pattern and Design in Wood Paper and Clay (1963).

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Lot 176

XI Olympic Games Berlin, 1936, Official Report, two volumes, with slip case, by The Organisation Committee for The XI Olympiad in Berlin 1936, published by Wilhelm Limpert, Berlin (see illustration).

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Lot 177

WEST. THOMAS, A Guide to the Lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, the Fourth Edition (1789).

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Lot 178

HMS Tiptoe (P332), Visitors Book from 1947 to 1951 with multiple entries.

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Lot 180

Dictionary of British Art Victorian Painters The Text, Dictionary of British Art Victorian Painters Historical Survey and Plates, Popular 19th Century Painting A Dictionary of European Genre Painters by Philip Hook, British Watercolours in The Victoria & Albert Museum, Dictionary of British Artists Working 1900-1950 by Grant M. Waters.

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Lot 181

Handley Cross or Mr Jorrock's Hunt, illustrated by Cecil Aldin, two volumes, red cloth with gilt illustrations to front boards, published by Edward Arnold of London (circa 1912), on the inside cover of Book One an original Cecil Aldin drawing, signature and dedication, and Old Inns, illustrated by Cecil Aldin (1923), blue cloth edition (see illustration).

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Lot 182

Le Morte D'Arthur, by Sir Thomas Mallory, with illustrations by William Russell Flint, two volumes, published by Philip Lee Warne, publisher to The Medici Society (1920), and Drawings by Sir William Russell Flint (1950) First Edition, published by Collins.

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Lot 183

FLINT. WILLIAM RUSSELL, In Pursuit, An Autobiography, blue leather with gilt illustration to the front, the spine with gilt lettering with five bands, gilt top page edge, privately printed for Sir William Russell Flint by The Medici Society, London 1969, (includes original invoice for £109/10 shillings, 2nd January 1971), in blue slip case.

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Lot 184

FLINT. WILLIAM RUSSELL, Breakfast in Perigord, white cloth boards with silhouette in black, in cardboard slip case, published by Charles Skilton of London (1968), First Edition.

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Lot 185

FLINT. WILLIAM RUSSELL, A Catalogue Raisonne, 1/4 black Morocco, blue cloth boards with gilt signature, 1008/1500, in blue cardboard slip case, by Keith S. Gardner & Nigel D. Clark, being a comparative review of the artists signed Limited Edition prints, published by Sir William Russell Flint Galleries in 1986.

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Lot 186

FLINT, WILLIAM RUSSELL, The Lisping Goddess, 1968 first Edition, signed, white boards with gilt illustration to front board, in original slip case, and Sir William Russell Flint by Ralph Lewis & Keith S. Gardner, Deluxe Edition 362/500, signed by Susan Russell Flint, published by David & Charles, in original slip case (see illustration).

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Lot 187

BARDSLEY. CHARLES W., Chronicles of The Town & Church of Ulverston, printed by James Atkinson of Ulverston (1885), and The Story of Ulverston by Henry F. Birkett (1949), The Industrial Archeology of South Ulverston by Rob Mckeever & Jack Layfield, signed First Edition.

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Lot 188

WEST. THOMAS, The Antiquities of Furness or An Account of The
Royal Abbey of St. Mary, printed for the author (1774), Traveller in Furness by Barry Charles, Furness, The Industrial Revolution by J.D. Marshall (1958), and Barrow and District An Illustration History by F. Barnes (1968).

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Lot 189

THORBURN. ARCHIBALD, British Birds, four volume set, published by Longmans Green & Co. (1925), with 192 plates in colour, and Thorburns Landscape The Major Natural History Paintings.

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Lot 190

PADGET. GUY, The Flying Parson and Dick Christian, published by Edgar Backus (1934), illustrated by Charles Simpson, and Game Birds, illustrated by Maurice Pledger, published by Collins (1981), with original slip case.

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Lot 191

The Idyls of Theocritus (Volume 1), The Idyls of Bion and Moschus (Volume 2), rendered into English Prayers by Andrew Laing, illustrated by W. Russell Flint, published by The Medici Society of London (1922), limited to 500 copies, and The Heroes or Greek Fairy Tales for My Children by Charles Kingsley, illustrated by W. Russell Flint 255/500, published by The Medici Society (1912).

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Lot 192

Fourteen books illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe, to include 7 Nomad books by Norman Ellison, 4 titles by Alison Uttley, Happy Countryman by Henry Warren, The Way of a Countryman by Ian Niall and Bird Portraiture.

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Lot 193

GUICHARD. KENNETH M., British Etchers 1850-1940, 1977 hardback First Edition, quarter Morocco, gilt title to spine, top edge gilt, etched title page vignette, published by Robin Garton, London, and Arthur Briscoe Marine Artist by Alex Hurst, published by William Clowes & Son (1974) (see illustration).

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Lot 194

HARDIE. MARTIN, Watercolour Painting in Britain, 3 volumes, Volume 1, The 18th Century, Volume 2, The Romantic Period, Volume 3, the Victorian Period, published by B.T. Batsford, and Birkett Foster by H.M. Cundall (1910).

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Lot 196

SPARROW, W. SHAW, Old England, Her Story Mirrored in Her Scenes, pictures by James Orrock, London Eveleigh Nash (1908), hard cover, First Edition, 80- tissue guarded illustrations, green cloth boards, elaborate gilt decoration, top edge gilt, and George Morland, His Life and Works by Sir Walter Gilbey, published by Adam & Charles Black London 1907, 124/250 Deluxe Edition copies, with 50 illustrations.

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Lot 197

GRADON. GOWAN, Furness Railway, Its Rise and Development 1846-1923, Furness Railway, A View From The Past by Howard Quayle, The Priory at Cartmel by J.C. Dickinson, Cartmel Priory and Sketches of North Lonsdale by A.M. Wakefield (1909), Iron,
Steel & Allied Trades in Barrow in Furness (1903), etc.

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Lot 198

TUNNICLIFFE. C.F., eleven Tunnicliffe illustrated books, to include The Long Flight by Terence Horsley 1947 First Edition, My Country Book 1942 First Edition, Both Sides of The Road by Sidney Rogerson, published by Collins 1949 First Edition, Going Fishing by Negley Farson, etc.

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Lot 199

PALMER. WILLIAM THOMAS, The English Lakes, painted by Alfred Heaton Cooper, published by Charles Black of London (1905) 134/250 Deluxe copies, signed by the author, and The Hills of Lakeland by W. Heaton Cooper, published by Frederick Warne & Co. (1938) First Edition.

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Lot 200

A leather bound visitors book, containing 122 pages of autographs of mostly political figures, MPs, Trade Union members, etc., to include Hugh Gaitskell (Minister of Civil Aviation), Herbert Morrison (Deputy Prime Minister), Philip Noel Baker (1920 Olympic Athlete and 1959 Noble Peace Prize Winner), several hundred signatures.

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Lot 200A

BANNERMAN. DAVID A., The Birds of The British Isles, illustrated by George E. Lodge, 12 volumes, with dust covers, First Edition, published by Oliver & Boyd (1963) (see illustration).

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Lot 201

Two editions of Burke's handbook to the most excellent order of the British Empire, published London 1921, Burke's landed gentry, 18th edition, volume I published 1965, Burke's presidential families of the United States of America, second edition 1981, the British diplomatic service 1815-1914 by Raymond A Jones and the diplomatic service list 1972.

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Lot 202

A box of 40+ books and pamphlets on chess, to include Chess Problems - Introduction to An Art by Michael Lipton, Test Tube Chess by A.J. Roycroft, Kasparov's Fighting Chess, Opening Tactics for Club Players by Sergiu Samarian.

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Lot 203

A collection of 36 books of Britain in pictures, to include English Public Schools, The English Ballet, British Herbs and Vegetables, British Theatre, Life Among The Scots, etc.

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Lot 204

A box of 30 Dennis Wheatley hardback novels, 25 First Editions, most with dust wrappers.

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Lot 206

HOGARTH, WILLIAM, The Analysis of Beauty printed by J. Reeves for the author and sold by him at his house at Leicester Fields (1753) (see illustration).

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Lot 207

A Political Epistle to an eminent painter, An Introduction to The Subject of Art in This Country, disadvantages attending the modern painter of portraits, to Mr George Romney (1778).

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Lot 208

Culpeper's English Physician and Complete Herbal, upwards of 450 plant engravings and sets of anatomical figures illustrated with notes and observations, published in London (1807).

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Lot 209

MIDDLETON. G.A.T., Modern Buildings Their Planning, Construction and Equipment, 6 volumes, published by Caxton circa 1907.

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Lot 210

SANDERSON. EDGAR, The British Empire at Home and Abroad, An Account of Its Origin, Progress, and Present Position, with full descriptions of Canada, Australasia, South Africa, India and other colonies and dependencies, 6 volumes, published by The Gresham Publishing Co. (1903).

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Lot 211

GOULD. R.F., The History of Freemasonry, Its Antiquities, Symbols, Constitutions, etc., 6 volumes, published by The Caxon Publishing Co. circa 1920.

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Lot 212

STANLEY. HENRY M., Through The Dark Continent, 2 volumes, The Source of The Nile Around The Great Lakes of Equatorial Africa and Down The Livingstone River to The Atlantic Ocean, with maps and illustrations, published by Sampson Low (1878).

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Lot 213

Japan's Fight for Freedom, 2 volumes, concerning the war between the Japanese and Russian Empires, with maps, photographs and illustrations.

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Lot 214

NICHOLAS. R., City of Manchester Plan 1945, published for the Manchester Corporation.

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Lot 215

MILLAR. ERIC GEORGE, The Lindisfarne Gospels, hardback, original cloth binding, with 3 plates in colour and 36 in monochrome, published for The British Museum (1923).

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Lot 216

KIPLING. RUDYARD, Just So Stories, 1902 First Edition, A History of England by C.R.L. Fletcher & Rudyard Kipling (1911), Uncle Bernac by Arthur Conan Doyle, published by Smith, Elder & Co. (1897), and Round The Red Lamp by Arthur Conan Doyle, published by Methuen & Co. (1894).

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Lot 217

TREVELYAN, G.M., Illustrated English Social History, Chaucer's England and The Early Stuarts, The Age of Shakespeare,
The 18th Century, The 19th Century, published by The Readers Union circa 1958, and The Life of Nelson, two volumes, by Captain A.T. Mahan, published by Samson Lowe (1897).

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Lot 218

The Studio, an illustrated magazine of Fine and Applied Art (1897), the Studio volume 22 (1901), and two volumes of A History of Art by H.B. Cotterill, published by George Harrop & Co. (1922).

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Lot 219

DUNCAN. WILLIAM, The Roman Art of War, Life of Caius Julius Caesar forty three double page black and white engravings, and a single page engraving, mid 18th century. Plates 36.7 cm x 43.3 cm (see illustration).

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