Robson Books 1st 1996
8vo F+/VG++ 595 gms
(Order reference 10255).
no publisher given no date
8vo stapled softcvrs 16pp VG++ 40 gms
(Order reference 10314).
4to, min bmps to bds o/w VG++/VG++ 1075 gms
(Order reference 10350).
The most common type of house in Britain—the terraced house—has in recent years risen greatly in the estimation of the public and of experts all over the world. Stefan Muthesius has written the first book to chart the development of the terraced house from the later Georgian period through Regency splendour to Victorian and Edwardian times, when a kind of medium-sized house was developed which in many ways remains the most popular suburban house type today.
The ordinary house, built rapidly, economically and to standardized designs, is the focus of this book. The method, management and control of English speculative building are first discussed, followed by the planning, servicing, structure, facade and detailed decoration of the house. Muthesius deals with some of the more complex issues in the history of housing and building: the variety of working-class housing in the north; the way that changes in domestic life brought changes of plan: the influence of new styles and technological developments on the use of common building materials; distinctions between sizes and types of house in the context of the social stratification of Victorian society: and the eventual demise of the terrace as the most fashionable place to live by the end of the nineteenth century.
Cities and towns all over England and Wales are discussed and illustrated in order to cover the rich regional varieties of the terrace.
This is a book that will interest not only historians, architects, and planners, but anyone who lives in or admires a terraced house.
B T Batsford 1st 1981
4to, v min crsing to d/w edges + v sl discolouration o/w VG++/VG+ 715 gms
(Order reference 10435).
Granada Publishing 1st 1977
square format 4to, v min indents to fr of d/w, min sunning to d/w spine o/w F/VG++ 705 gms
(Order reference 10504).
Academy Editions 1st 1998
square format 4to pb 111pp F 740 gms
(Order reference 10801).
John Wiley 1st 2000
4to pb 256pp, v v min wr to edges of cvrs o/w F 580 gms
(Order reference 10804).
Quadrille 1st 1996
large 4to F/VG++ 1535 gms
(Order reference 10943).
Flame Tree Publications no date
square format 4to pb 84pp F 260 gms
(Order reference 11073).
Conran Octopus 1st 1994
large 4to, v min wr to d/w edges, small gift inscr to fep o/w F/VG++ 2kgs+
(Order reference 11098).
National Trust 1st 1994
8vo stapled sftback 48pp VG++ 180 gms
(Order reference 11113).
Ebury Press 1st 1996
4to, glazed pictorial boards in a similar d/w, short tr + v min crsing to d/w o/w F+/VG++ 835 gms
(Order reference 11312).
Blandford Press 1st, 1966.
8vo, delamination to d/w, small name to fep o/w VG++/VG++ 295 gms.
(Order Reference 11377)
Edward Arnold rep 1991
8vo pb 200pp VG++ 290 gms
(Order reference 11502).
Edward Arnold rep 1986
8vo pb 200pp VG++ 265 gms
(Order reference 11503).
Edward Arnold rep 1989
8vo pb 202pp VG++ 300 gms
(Order reference 11504).
Quadrille 1st 1999
large 4to, blind-stamped title to fr bd, sl cockling to pages, white titling to spine, two trs to d/w + min cockling o/w VG++/VG++ 1435 gms
(Order reference 11569).
Batsford 2nd edn 1927
no d/w, embossed gold titling to cvr + sp, sp sunned, sl wr o/w VG 1205 gms
(Order reference 1159).
Taunton Press 1996
4to pb 144pp, v v min wr to edges of cvrs o/w F 555 gms
(Order reference 11611).
British Publishing Co. 6th edn no date (1960?)
8vo stapled sftbk 32pp, v v sl crsing + v v sl wr to cvrs o/w VG++ 40 gms
(Order reference 12237).
Robert Hale 1st 1975
8vo, v v min bmp to edge of fr bd, v v tiny indents to fep o/w F/VG++ 520 gms
(Order reference 12345).
Hans Fonk Publications Vol 17, no. 2 Summer 2007
large 4to pb magazine VG++ 830 gms
(Order reference 12484).
4to sftbk 48pp F+ 180 gms
(Order reference 12611)
Lark Books 1997
4to F/F 720 gms
(Order reference 12736).
Channel 4 1st 1999
4to, bmps to btm corners of bds, small tr to btm front corner
of d/w + v v min wrinkling to edges o/w VG++/VG++ 1020 gms
(Order reference 12876).
During the 1990s, architects and designers have increasingly encouraged us to change our houses to reflect the way we live and what better way to accommodate your demands than by designing and building your own home. Kevin McCloud's Grand Designs shows you how to transform these architectural fantasies into solid reality.
Once you have made the decision to go ahead, how do you find a site and then choose the sort of house you want to build? To do this you should decide on a style of building that is suitable to the site and evaluate the different materials available. Can you buy an off-the-shelf home or will you need an architect? How can you design the house so it is eco-friendly?
With these decisions made you are ready to start putting your plan into action. Are there any tasks you can undertake yourself or will you require professional help? Grand Designs guides you through the management of your project to the finished building. Finally, Kevin McCloud looks at the finishing touches to the interior and exterior that make the building into your dream home.
First-hand accounts from the eight teams of people featured in the television series illustrate the benefits — and problems — of building your home. Varying in price, style and complexity, each of these new homes is built to complement the lifestyles of its inhabitants as well as the surrounding environment. They include an oak-framed barn in Oxfordshire, a kit house on the south coast, a converted chapel in Cornwall, a co-operative self-build project in Brighton and a house built partially of straw bales in Islington, London.
Illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings, Grand Designs is an inspiration for anyone considering building their own home.
Kraus Sikes 1992
4to F/VG++ 1395 gms
(Order reference 12950).
Harbour Publishing 2nd prtg 1991
4to pb 152pp VG++ 475 gms
(Order reference 13185).
Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1st 1995
large 4to VG++/VG++ 1035 gms
(Order reference 13363).
John Wiley & Sons 2000
4to pb 256pp, short crease to fr cvr o/w F 575 gms
(Order reference 13655).
Breedon Books 1st 2003
4to pb 199pp, v v min bmps to cvrs o/w near F 515 gms
(Order reference 13697).
Ward, Lock & Co. 1st 1951
8vo, glazed pictorial boards in a similar wrapper, wear + bmps to edges of bds, wr, chps, crsing + small areas mssg from price-clipped d/w, gift inscr to fep o/w VG/VG 270 gms
(Order reference 13732).
National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside 2nd edn 1995
4to stapled sftbk 33pp VG++ 155 gms
(Order reference 13754).
St. George's Hall, Liverpool is one of the finest neoclassical civic buildings in Europe: a symbol of 19th century Liverpool's success and prosperity. It was built between 1841 and 1854 to the design of a young architect, Harvey Lonsdale Elmes, who had to combine concert hall and law court facilities in one building. This booklet outlines the building's fascinating history and construction, which includes the first attempt at air~conditioning a public building in the country, and describes the main features of its superb architecture and decoration. It is illustrated by 29 colour and 12 black and white plates.
Cover: John Goodchild's Fantasy of St. George's Hall under construction, 1854. Watercolour.
B T Batsford 1st 1978
4to, v v min bmps + v sl dulling to bds, sl dulling to d/w, prev owner's name to title page o/w VG++/VG++ 660 gms
(Order reference 13772).
The Clique, 1997.
4to glazed pictorial boards, bmps + sl wr to bd edges o/w VG++ 440 gms.
(Order Reference 13792A)
no publisher stated 1973
4to, wr, chps + short trs to dulled d/w o/w VG++/VG. Signed by author on title page - dated 1974. 660 gms
(Order reference 14030).
The Photographers' Gallery 1991
4to pb 92pp VG++. Published to coincide with exhibition. 440 gms
(Order reference 14119).
Studio Editions 1994
4to, slight sunning to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 1440 gms
(Order reference 14142).
Chancellor Press 1995
4to, glazed pictorial boards F/VG++ 695 gms
(Order reference 14147).
BBC 1st 2005
4to, glazed pictorial boards, v v min bmps to base of bds, sl crsing to edges of d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 1065 gms
(Order reference 14155).
Central London Masonic Centre 1999
8vo, glazed pictorial boards VG++. Signed by author on title page. Prev owner's name (John Baillie) to fr pastedown. Folded A4 leaflet 'The Old Sessions House - a short history' laid in. 500 gms
(Order reference 14228).
David & Charles 1st 1974
4to, v v sl crsing to fep, v sl dulling to inside of d/w, small date to fep o/w VG++/VG++ 555 gms
(Order reference 14322).
Princeton Architecture Press 1st 2004
square fmt 4to pb 144pp F+ 500 gms
(Order reference 14422).
From the blurb:
‘Before there was a Vegas and long before there was “reality television” there was Times Square. For a century it has been the blazing crossroads of the world; the sometimes magical, sometimes tawdry but always spectacular epicentre of American commercial culture.
Times Square Style is a visual compendium of the energy and dazzle and glamour that made the Great White Way the most famous (and most notorious) place in America’s most famous (and notorious) city. From Ziegfeld’s Follies and George White’s Scandals to titanic signs with screaming type – Drink Pepsi! Smoke Camels! Good to the Last Drop! – to burlesques with dancing girls in short, short skirts, this book brings to colourful life a trove of arcane, lost and otherwise forgotten promotions, signs, flyers, programmes, posters, records, napkins, advertisements, billboards and other works of ephemera large and small.
Times Square Style was published on the centennial anniversary of this defining American place and allows us to look back with nostalgic fondness on all of its irrational exhuberance.’That says it all, really. The book is packed with images illustrating the history, life and vibrancy of New York’s Times Square – a place with a style of its own.
Rowan Yarns 1st 2002
4to pb 80pp F+ 375 gms
(Order reference 14461).
Hugh Evelyn rep 1974
square format 4to, blue bds with gold titling to sp, small cancelled bookplate to fep, slight crsing + trs to d/w o/w VG++/G++ 950 gms
(Order reference 14512).
Mitchell Beazley rep 2004
large 4to, crse to front d/w foldover o/w F/VG++ 1430 gms
(Order reference 14616).
Bracken Books 1975?
square format 4to, black bds with gold titling to spine VG++/VG++ 850 gms
(Order reference 14711).
Moorland Publishing 1st 1982
4to, blue bds with gold titling to spine, minor dulling to d/w + minor tanning to pages o/w VG++/VG++ 675 gms
(Order reference 14712).
Herbert Press 1st 1997
square format 4to paperback 144pp VG++ 490 mgms
(Order reference 14859).
The magnificent roof bosses of Norwich Cathedral are one of the great hidden glories of medieval art. There are more than one thousand of these delightfully carved and painted keystones in the high stone vaulting, dating from 1300 to 1515 and measuring between eight and twenty-four inches wide. The vast majority are figure carvings uniquely linked together in storytelling patterns, reflecting a variety of pagan, Christian, and folk subjects. In quantity and quality, Norwich's bosses are among the most impressive in Europe, while their narrative arrangement makes them unparalleled in the medieval world.
Situated some eighty feet up from the floor of the cathedral, these ornaments are too distant to have been fully appreciated by worshippers over the centuries; by the same token, their inaccessibility has protected them from vandalism. Until recently their character and detail have been discernible to only a dedicated few through telescopes and binoculars, but modern technology has now made it possible to photograph the images and make them visible to the general public.
This book reproduces the most striking and interesting examples, selected from the hundreds of exquisite colour photographs taken by the distinguished photographer Julia Hedgecoe, under the auspices of the cathedral. They are introduced and fully described in a lively text by one of Norwich's foremost medieval historians, Martial Rose.
R J L Smith 1st 1988
8vo pb 360pp, v minor wr to edges of cvrs, sl sunning to spine o/w VG+ 665 gms
(Order reference 14876).
360 pages with glossary, facilities and charts and the book is illustrated throughout with black and white drawings. Described are 55 churches, minsters, abbeys and cathedrals, each illustrated by a full-page line drawing. Each building has background historical information, a brief description of the exterior and interior, along with a list of services for weekdays & Sundays with times. There is a location map at the front of the book, other illustrations include the dioceses of England, a plan of a cathedral, & period styles in English architecture. Also included is a list of important dates in the development of the church in Britain from 29 AD to the mid-twentieth century.
London Topographical Society Publication No. 174 1st 2013
4to, tan bds with gold titling to spine, v min creasing to top front edge of d/w o/w F/VG++ 1090 gms (Order reference 14888).
Goodall, Backhouse & Co. 20th edn 1886
16mo, stamped bds with black and gold decoration to front board, dulling to bds, splitting to hinges, sl staining to prelims o/w VG 90 gms
(Order reference 14926)
Watson-Guptill / V & A 2002
4to, blue bds with gold titling to spine F+/F 970 gms
(Order reference 14971).
An historical overview of wallpaper, with emphasis on 19th and early 20th century developments; notable for the sections on Chinese and Chinoiserie styles, and on William Morris. This is the first book to examine the history of wallpaper from the consumer's point of view. The Victoria and Albert Museum began collecting wallpapers from its foundation in 1856, and today has one of the finest collections in the world. This account of wallpaper in interior decoration naturally draws extensively on the material evidence in the V & A, but also sets the use and choice of wallpaper in the context of contemporary opinion, taste, income and social status. Includes bibliography and index.
Peldon Parochial Church rep 1997
8vo, stapled booklet 32pp VG++ 65 gms
(Order reference 15035)
None given no date
8vo stapled booklet 20pp VG++ 55 gms
(Order reference 15045)
Triangle Postals 2001
square format small 8vo pb 192pp F++ 415 gms
(Order reference 15196)
Churches Conservation Trust 2001
8vo stapled softback 9pp VG++ 25 gms
(Order reference 15205)
Daily Post 1915
8vo pb 176pp. Minor wear to covers, minor spotting/tanning to first few pages o/w VG+ 210 gms
(Order reference 15284)
Promotional Reprint Co. 1995
8vo paperback 290pp. VG++ 645 gms
Actor and author Richard Briers has had a long and passionate interest in all English country churches and this splendid book is his personal tribute to the power and noble beauty of our ecclesiastical heritage. County by county, Briers has visited one hundred of our most memorable churches and gathered together a wealth of architectural and historical detail which he presents in his own entertaining and appealing way. From the birthplace of Christianity to the oldest wooden church in the world, Briers' natural wit and inquisitive nature has ensured that no stone is left unturned and this fund of facts and stories will be treasured by all those who care for the English heritage.
Countryside Books 1st 2011
8vo paperback 79 pages F++ 185 gms
(Order reference 15404)
The Art Deco period of the 1920s swept away the dark sobriety of Victorian living, replacing it with houses that were light, colourful and exciting. The lively styles of the period are still highly sought after by house buyers and homeowners today. This is the perfect book for those who want to learn more about the artistic influences of these years. Illustrated in full colour throughout.
square format 4to paperback 64 pages. Very, very minor wear to edges of covers + very slight dulling. A descriptive illustrated guide to the Georges Pompidou Centre VG+. In English, German & French 260 gms
(Order reference 15445)
4to stapled booklet 21 pages VG++ 100 gms
(Order reference 15545)
Dean & Chapter Ripon Cathedral 1989
8vo stapled booklet 16 pages VG++ 50 gms
(Order reference 15547)
RIAS Publications 1982
8vo paperback 120 pages. Small name to inside front cover + title page o/w F+ 240 gms
(Order reference 15615)
G P Putnam's Sons 1st 1966
small 8vo, rust coloured boards with black titling to spine with a Glashan drawing to front board. Small tear, slight wear + wrinkling to slightly grubby cover o/w VG++/VG+ 195 gms
(Order reference 15660)
Balfour 1st 1973
wr to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG 390 gms
(Order reference 1590).
David & Charles 1st 1984
v min bmp to fr bd o/w VG++/VG+ 828 gms
(Order reference 1594).
Thames & Hudson 1st 1964
v min wr to bds, v min wr to d/w o/w VG+/VG+ over 2kgs
(Order reference 2255).
With a masterly blend of erudition, insight and wit Mario Praz, noted scholar, art critic and author, has written a lively and informative history of interior decoration from Roman times onwards. Not only is this a book of reference and up-to-date knowledge on the styles of furnishing and decorating, it is also a sophisticated work about the oddities and domestic environment of the human race, an historical-sociological study of man in relation to his furnishings. The author believes that a man's home is a physical extension of himself, a retreat and an indication of his personality and life.
Unlike other publications on furniture and decoration this scholarly work allows us to penetrate intimately the homes of the past. Its authority is based not only on the vast knowledge of the author, but also upon the particular kind of material chosen for illustration. Praz has not used period rooms photographed as they exist today, altered and emptied of the life which once filled them, but he has illustrated his book with 401 paintings, drawings and prints, by artists from Pompeii to Art Nouveau who have faithfully recorded the studies and salons, boudoirs and banqueting halls, kitchens and baths of their contemporaries.
Some of these illustrations of interiors are famous works of art, such as the paintings of Vermeer and Hogarth, or the engravings of Durer. Many, however, are lesser known, charming and precise watercolours or oil paintings of interiors, which families commissioned from artists in order to record: their homes and the life within these homes. No other book has ever recreated so clearly and warmly the homes of earlier epochs with such a wealth of authentic material, and no other book will prove such a valuable reference work for all who are interested in period styles of furnishing and the art of decoration generally.
Thames & Hudson 1st, 1964.
8vo pb, min wr to edges, sl delamination on sp o/w VG+ 484 gms.
(Order reference 2743).
E P Publishing republished (1st thus) 1975
8vo, sm inscr to frontis verso o/w F/VG++ Republication of 1914 edition 560 gms
(Order reference 3018).
Arena 1st 1996
F/F 320 gms
(Order reference 3173).
Omega Books 1st thus 1984
edges rbbd o/w VG/VG- 1855 gms
(Order reference 50).
16mo, glazed pict bds in similar d/w F/F 215 gms
(Order reference 5043).
Ebury Press 1st 1985
4to, min indents to bds + d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 1030 gms
(Order reference 5515).
The Book of Home Restoration is a practical DIY book - but with an important difference. Instead of describing yet more short cuts, more time-saving gadgets and more short-term solutions to problems, this book shows you step-by-step how to do jobs around the house and garden properly, as they used to be done - in time-honoured fashion and with materials that will ensure high quality, long-lasting results.
All the techniques described are those needed to maintain older houses, gardens and possessions. Mending leaded-light, stained-glass windows; veneering; re-upholstery; marbling and rag-rolling; repairing wooden furniture; hanging satin wallpapers; repairing thatched roofs; making tromps I'oeiI panels; dry stone walling; hedging; topiary; all this and much more is described and explained, using the methods and skills of our grandparents, passed down through the centuries and now known to fewer and fewer tradesmen. Specialist tools are carefully illustrated and described, and original recipes are provided so that you can make your own polishes, stains, glues, putties and plaster.
The Book of Home Restoration is not just for those who hanker after the higher standard of workmanship in the past - its practical, down-to-earth approach provides all the knowledge and expertise you need to achieve those standards yourself. Concentrating on tasks and jobs around the home and garden that remain relevant to the modern householder. The Book of Home Restoration will enable you to use the old skills before they are forgotten, and to enjoy a genuine sense of pride and craftsmanship in your work.
(Order reference 562).
Methuen 1st 1925
This is no. 231 of 250 numbered copies and is signed by H E Forrest.
8 tipped in coloured plates + 37 other illustrations. 870 gms
(Order reference 5647).
This is a limited numbered edition and signed by the author. 4to, quarter-bound in reddish brown buckram and brown paper-covered boards. Black-printed cream title labels are laid on the spine and front board.
It has 180 pages, a colour frontispiece tipped in (with tissue guard) and 7 further tipped-in plates by W.W. Quatremain, 23 black and white plates and 10 text illustrations.
Lovely crisp clean colour illustrations. Numbered 231/250, signed by the author on the title page verso. Contains lists of bailiffs, mayors, etc. of Stratford.
There is slight wear to the bottom front corner of the boards plus slight dulling and spotting to the prelims, slight marking and browning to title labels, otherwise the book is in VG++ condition.
The Book Castle 1st in pb 1994
sm 4to 293pp, v v min wr o/w VG++ 730 gms
(Order reference 5868).
large 4to, glazed pictorial boards in similar d/w, v v min crsing to top edge of d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 880 gms
(Order reference 6013).
De Luca Edizioni d'Arte 1st 1989
large 4to pb 88pp, v min bmps + crsing to cvrs o/w VG+ 770 gms
(Order reference 6017).
Readers Union 1964
d/w price-clipped, sm name to fep, wear to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 535 gms
(Order reference 6077).
Kahane 1st 1978
landscape format 4to pb 200pp, minor wr + sl sunning to cvrs o/w VG+ - scarce 465 gms
(Order reference 6094).
Thames & Hudson rep 1977
8vo pb 224pp F 390 gms
(Order reference 6312).
Laura Ashley 1st 1985
4to, prev owner's bookplate to fep o/w F/F 500 gms
(Order reference 6624).
Saraband 2nd edn 1998
folio, v v min wr to bds, small name to fep, sl wear to d/w edges + closed tear o/w VG++/VG++ 1250 gms
(Order reference 6636).
Ward Lock rep 1998
4to pb 128pp VG++ 435 gms
(Order reference 6656).
Syros Alternatives 1987
large 8vo pb 286pp VG++. In French throughout 460 gms
(Order reference 6927).
Liverpool Cathedral Committee/Littlebury Bros 4th edn 1924
8vo softback 121pp + 25 b/w plates (1 folding) + foldout floorplan. Min splitting to hd + tail of sp, min browning to floorplan o/w VG+ 265 gms
(Order reference 7435).
Walter Macfarlane & Co. 6th edn no date c 1895
8vo, green cloth cvred bds, bds worn at edges + cnrs o/w VG+ 465 gms
(Order reference 7555).
George Allen & Unwin 1st 1969
square format 4to pb 188pp, v slight wr to edges of cvrs, small area of abrasion to inside fr cvr o/w VG+ Including a bibliography and a list of figure brasses remaining in churches in the United Kingdom. 545 gms
(Order reference 7569).
Shire Publications 1st, 1973.
8vo stapled booklet 32pp, v v min marking to cvrs o/w VG++ 80 gms.
(Order Refrerence 7794)
Ebury Press/Michael Joseph 1st thus 1972
8vo, v v min bmps to bds, v min wr to d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 785 gms
(Order reference 7848).
B T Batsford 1st 1969
4to, ex school lib, min crsing + wr to d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 500 gms
(Order reference 7906).
Centre for North-West Regional Studies - University of Lancaster 1st 1992
4to pb 56pp, min crsing + wr to cvrs, light pencil underlining throughout o/w VG+ 153 gms
(Order reference 8023).
8vo, sl sunning + wr to edges of bds, v v sl wr to edges of d/w o/w VG+/VG+ 615 gms
(Order reference 8056).
OUP 1st 1967 4to, clth cvred bds, no d/w VG++ 530 gms
(Order reference 853).
Lancashire County Council 1st 1989
large 4to pb 168pp, v min wr to edges of cvrs, gift inscr to inside of fr cvr o/w VG++ 685 gms
(Order reference 8579).
J M Dent 1925
small 8vo pb 192pp, sl bmps + wr to slightly grubby cvrs o/w VG+ 190 gms
(Order reference 8626).
B T Batsford 1st 1986
4to pb 176pp VG++ 475 gms
(Order reference 8823).
large 4to, glazed pictorial boards in a similar d/w F/F 845 gms
(Order reference 8856).
Evans Bros 1st 1967
4to, cloth cvred bds with silver titling to spine, min crsing + v slight wr to d/w o/w F/VG++ 1080 gms
(Order reference 9165).
The author, who lectures at London University, traces the development of architecture in Europe from the beginning of Greek civilisation to the present day. This is a highly comprehensive work which includes detailed sections on Byzantine, Roman and Gothic architecture. The effect of the Renaissance on Italian architecture and building in the rest of Europe is carefully examined and finally the author explains the latest architectural trends and suggests possible styles that may be used in the future.
Of Dr. Hoar's earlier book, An Introduction to English Architecture, 'The Times' said, 'Dr. Hoar writes as effortlessly as he draws'.
Guild 1st thus 1987
4to, v v sl sunning to top + btm edges of bds o/w VG++/VG++ 920 gms
(Order reference 9232).
Shire 2nd edn 1980
small 8vo pb 80pp, wr + staining to cvrs o/w VG 85 gms
(Order reference 9452)
Shire 2nd edn 1979
small 8vo, min mrking to cvrs o/w VG++ 70 gms
(Order reference 9458).
Michael Joseph 1st 1977
8vo, pictorial bds in a similar d/w, d/w price-clipped F/VG++ 595 gms
(Order reference 9480).
16mo, no d/w, clth cvred bds with v v min wr. Bookplate of Sir George Whitehead, baronet to fr pastedown, typed index of plates attached to fly leaf o/w VG+ 300 gms
(Order reference 9590).
Stratford-upon-Avon Society 1994
8vo pb 107pp F 275 gms
(Order reference 9803).
Diamond Books 1994
4to, v v min crsing + wr to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG+ 640 gms
(Order reference 9867).
Alphabooks (A & C Black) 1st 1988
4to, ex library, v min wr to d/w o/w VG+/VG+ 925 gms
(Order reference 9895).