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73885: BROWN, JAMES: - A Dorset Harvest.
72243: BROWN, DAVID: - Tirpitz the floating fortress.
58318: BROWN, R.ALLEN: - English Medieval Castles. (The New Heritage Series).
70164: BROWN, HAMISH / BERRY, MARTYN (EDS): - Speak to the Hills. An Anthology of Twentieth Century British and Irish Mountain Poetry. Foreword by Norman Nicholson. Signed limited edition.
69655: BROWN, MALCOLM: - Book of 1918. The Imperial War Museum Book of 1918. Year of Victory.
53613: BROWN, THOMAS: - Interesting Anecdotes Of The Animal Kingdom: classified as to species.
69472: BROWNE, DOUGLAS G. / TULLETT, TOM: - Bernard Spilsbury His Life and Cases. With a foreword by Professor Keith Simpson, author of Forty Years of Murder.
61599: BROWNE, SIR THOMAS: - Religio Medici and Other Essays. (Includes Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia: Urn Burial; Letter to a Friend; On Dreams.) Limited Edition.
73771: BROWNE, THOMAS: - Religio Medici and Other Essays. (Includes Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia: Urn Burial; Letter to a Friend; On Dreams.) Verulam Club Edition.
75303: BROWNING, ROBERT; MILFORD, HUMPHREY; - Poems of Robert Browning. Oxford Edition. Containing; Dramatic Lyrics, Dramatic Romances, Men and Women, Dramas, Pauline, Paracelcus, Christmas-Eve and Easter-Day, Sordello and Dramatis Personae.
74294: BROWNING, ROBERT, - The Poetical Works of Selections From... In Two Volumes.
76914: BROWNING, ROBERT; MILFORD, HUMPHREY; - Poems of Robert Browning. Oxford Edition. Containing; Dramatic Lyrics, Dramatic Romances, Men and Women, Dramas, Pauline, Paracelcus, Christmas-Eve and Easter-Day, Sordello and Dramatis Personae.
48597: BRUCE MITFORD, R.L.S.: - Recent Archaeological Excavations in Britain. Selected excavations 1939-1955, with a chapter on recent Air-Reconnaissance.
57719: BRUCE, GEORGE: - Festival in the North. The story of the Edinburgh Festival.
69646: BRUCKNER, OBERGRUPPENFUHRER WILHELM: - Hitler Abseits Vom Alltag. 100 Bilddokumente aus der Umgebung des Fuhrers. German language.
69295: BRUNSKILL, R.W.: - Traditional Buildings of Britain. An Introduction to Vernacular Architecture.
74529: BRYAN, MICHAEL; STANLEY, GEORGE; - Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, Two Volumes. A Biographical and Critical Dictionary, from the revival of the art under Cimabue, and the alleged discovery of engraving by Finiguerra, to the Present Time: with the Ciphers, Monograms, and Marks used by each Engraver.
74400: BRYAN, MICHAEL; STANLEY, GEORGE; - Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, A Biographical and Critical Dictionary, from the revival of the art under Cimabue, and the alleged discovery of engraving by Finiguerra, to the Present Time: with the Ciphers, Monograms, and Marks used by each Engraver. A New Edition, Revised, Enlarged, and Comprising One Thousand Additional Memoirs and Large Assecions to the Lists of Pictures and Engravings. Also New Plates and Monograms by George Stanley.
61506: BRYAN, TIM: - Great Western Swindon. The Archive Photograph Series. Signed copy.
58462: BRYAN, TIM: - Great Western Swindon. The Archive Photograph Series.
58525: BRYANT, ARTHUR: - The Lion and the Unicorn. A Historian’s Testament.
54102: BRYANT, ARTHUR: - Jimmy - the Dog in My Life.
57803: BRYCE, JAMES: - The American Commonwealth. The National Government / The State Governments - The Party System/ Public Opinion - Illustrations and Reflections. Social Institutions.
75521: BUCHAN (PREFACE) / MARQUESS OF DOUGLAS & CLYDESDAL / M’INTYRE, D. F. : - The Pilot's Book of Everest. Preface byThe Lord Tweedsmuir, (John Buchan).
71809: BUCHAN, JOHN: - The Half-Hearted.
68495: BUCHAN, JOHN: - Naval Episodes of the Great War. Illustrated.
76812: BUCHAN, JOHN: - Stories Introduced and Selected by Giles Foden.
58770: BUCHANAN, HANDASYDE: - Nature Into Art. A Treasury of Great Natural History Books.
54668: BUCHANAN, DONALD W.: - The Growth of Canadian Painting.
62014: BUCKINGHAM, WILIAM F.: - Tobruk. The Great Seige 1941-2.
76134: BUCKLAND, A. R.; - The Empire Annual for Boys. 1911. With Coloured Plates and Sixteen Black and White Illustrations.
74029: BUCKLEY, VERONICA: - Christina Queen of Sweden. The restless life of a European Eccentric.
76884: BUCKMAN, PROFESSOR; DICKER, C.W.H. (EDITORS); - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Volumes 1 - 100.
76358: BUCKMAN, PROFESSOR; DICKER, C.W.H. (EDITORS); - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Complete Set of 32 Volumes. Volumes I - XXXII.
76396: (102) BUCZACKI, STEFAN: - Garden Natural History. (New Naturalist 102)
65229: BUDD, MAVIS: - So Beautiful. My Grandmother’s natural beauty creams, lotions and remedies.
54571: BUGLIOSI, VINCENT (PROSECUTOR IN THE TATE-LABIANCA TRIALS), WITH CURT GENTRY: - The Manson Murders. An Investigation into Motive.
63074: BUHRER, ALBERT: - Rosetta A Sequence of Sonnets and Other Poems. Signed dedicated copy.
73361: BULL, A.J.: - Photo-Engraving.
68539: BULLEN, FRANK T.: - The Log of a Sea-Waif. Being recollections of the first four years of my sea life. With eight illustrations. Fifth impression.
55627: BULLOCK, ALAN (ED): - The Faces of Europe.
70940: BULLOCK, F.J.: - Ships and the Seaway.
64642: BULWER-LYTTON, EDWARD: - Kenelm Chillingly His adventures and opinions. In three volumes.
70048: BUNTING, R.H. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Archaeological Society. Vol 65. From January 1st to December 31st, 1943.
75220: BUNYAN, JOHN; - The Pilgrim’s Progress. The Noel Douglas Replicas. LIMITED EDITION, 66/100.
65860: BUNYARD, EDWARD: - The Anatomy of Dessert. Signed, limited edition.
73437: BURCKHARDT, JACOB: - Reflections on History. Translated by M.D.H.
75123: BURGESS, ALAN; - The County Books. Warwickshire.
60795: BURGESS, ALAN: - The County Books. Warwickshire.
46929: BURGESS, G.H.MICHAEL: - The Chronicles of Clapham (Clapham Common). Being a selection from the reminiscences of Thomas Parsons, sometime member of the Clapham Antiquarian Society; ......and an introduction & sundry additions in the form of appendices by G. Burgess.
73592: BURGESS, HENRY JAMES: - Enterprise in Education. The Story of the Work of the Established Church in the Education of the People prior to 1870.
71267: BURGESS, ALAN: - The Small Woman. The heroic story of Gladys Aylward.
48630: BURGOIN, GILLIAN: - Guide to the WEIMARANER.
75598: BURKE, THOMAS: - The English Townsman. As He Was and As He Is.
73233: BURKE, JOHN: - Roman England.
61428: BURKERT, NANCY EKHOLM: - Valentine & Orson. Recreated as a folk play in verse and paintings.
77039: BURLAND, C.A.: - Magic Books From Mexico. With an Introduction and Notes on the Plates by C.A.Burland.
52872: BURN, J & BROWN E H: - Elements of Finite Differences. Also Solutions to Questions Set for Part 1 of the Examinations of the Institute of Actuaries.
65225: BURN, MICHAEL: - Mary and Richard. The story of Richard Hillary and Mary Booker.
76661: BURNE, ALFRED H.; - The Hundred Years War. A Military History. Introduction by Jonathan Sumption.
73175: BURNET, GILBERT: - Bishop Burnet’s History Of his own time. Three volumes. Vol I, I A Summary Recapitulation of affairs in Church & State, from K.James I. to the Restoration in 1660. II The History of the Reign of K.Charles II from 1660 to 1670. Vol II, The rest of the Reign of King Charles II From 1670 to 1685. Vol III, THe History of the Reign of K.James II to the Settlement of K.William and Q.Mary on the Throne, in 1689. With an Alphabetical Index to the three Volumes.
52451: BURNETT, DAVID - A DORSET CAMERA 1914 – 1945
73438: BURNETT, DAVID: - The Cranborne Chase. A Novel.
53814: BURNETT, FRANCES HODGSON: - A Lady of Quality, Being a most curious, hitherto unknown history, as related by Mr. Isacc Bickerstaff but not presented to the World of Fashion through the pages of The Tatler, and now for the first time written down.
72172: BURNETT, DAVID: - Dorset 1900-1999. The Twentieth Century in Photographs. Signed copy.
70673: BURNETT, DAVID: - A Dorset Camera 1914 – 1945.
70641: BURNETT, DAVID / COMRIE, JULIAN: - Dorset The County in Colour. Photographs by Julian Comrie, text by David Burnett. Signed copy.
70273: BURNETT, DAVID: - Dorset Before the Camera. 1539 - 1855. Drawings, Prints & Watercolours.
55511: BURNETT, DAVID: - A Dorset Camera. 1914-1945.
76567: BURNS, ROBERT; - The Poetical Works of Robert Burns. In Six Volumes. Pearl Edition. In Wooden Display Box.
76912: BURNS, JAMES D.; - The Vision of Prophecy and Other Poems.
61010: BURNS, NANCIE: - Family Tree. An Adventure in Genealogy.
54950: BURNS, GEORGE: - Gracie, A Love Story.
67239: BURNS, GEORGE: - Living it Up. or They Still Love Me in Altoona!
76248: BURNS, PEGGY; - Golden Years of Poole.
77112: BURPEE, LAWRENCE J.; - Among The Canadian Alps With Four Illustrations in Colour, Forty-Five Reproductions from photographs and Five Maps.
54605: BURR, MALCOLM: - The Insect Legion. The Significance of the Insignificant.
55452: BURROUGHES, DOROTHY: - Jack Rabbit Detective; Or, The Great Pearl Mystery.
69702: BURT, R.A.: - British Battleships. 1919-1939.
57392: BURTON, SIR RICHARD: - Love, War and Fancy. The Customs and Manners of the East from writings on the Arabian Nights. Edited and Introduced by Kenneth Walker.
71504: BURTON, SIR RICHARD: - The Source of the Nile. The Lake Regions of Central Africa. A Picture of Exploration by Richard Burton. Introduced by Ian Curteis.
74073: BURTON, ANTHONY: - Josiah Wedgwood. A biography.
73961: BURTON, S.H.: - The Coasts of Cornwall.
53628: BURTON, S. H.: - The Regions of Britain: The West Country.
70025: BURWASH, DOROTHY: - English Merchant Shipping 1460 - 1540.
64939: BURY, T.E.: - Architecture. Rudimentary Architecture for the Use of Beginners and Students. The Styles of Architecture of Various Countries from the earliest to the present period, with illustrative engravings. Eleventh edition with numerous additional engravings. Weale’s Scientific and Technical Series.
63080: BURY, ADRIAN: - Happy Flame A Book of Sonnets.
63032: BURY, ADRIAN: - Just a Moment, Time. Some Recollections of a Versatile Life in Art, Literature & Journalism.
49964: BUSCH, WILHELM: - Humoristischer Hausschatz. Sammlung der beliebtesten Schriften. Mit 1500 Bildern.
45352: BUSCHOR, ERNST: - Griechische Vasenmalerei. Zeite Auflage.
73770: BUSH, DOUGLAS: - English Literature in the Earlier Seventeenth Century 1600-1660. The Oxford History of English Literature. Second Edition revised.
71906: BUSH, RAYMOND: - Fruit Salad. Jottings from a Fruitgrower’s Diary. With sixteen Illustrations and frontispiece.
75264: BUSHBY, JOHN R.; - Air Defence of Great Britain.
56964: BUSSEY, FREDERICK: - Winchester Cathedral 1079-1979.
50477: BUTCHER, CHARLES HENRY: - Armenosa of Egypt. A Romance of the Arab Conquest.
68161: BUTCHER, M.: - Butcher’s Popular One Shilling Guide to Weymouth including the Island of Portland, Lulworth and Neighbourhood. An entirely New Edition.
47592: BUTLER, SAMUEL / FARLEIGH, JOHN (ILLS.): - The Way of all Flesh.
73390: BUTLER, R.J. (ED): - Cartesian Studies.
71027: BUTLER, SAMUEL: - Hudibras. Written in the Time of the Late Wars. Corrected and Amended With Several Additions and Annotations.
73767: BUTT, JOHN: - The Mid-Eighteenth Century. The Oxford History of English Literature. Volume VIII. Edited and Completed by Geoffrey Carnall.
54006: BUTTERWORTH, NICK (ILLS.): - B.B.Blacksheep and Company: A Collection of Favourite Nursery Rhymes.
64080: BUXTON, ANTHONY: - Travelling Naturalist. Author of Fisherman Naturalist.
77135: BUXTON, EDWARD NORTH; - Epping Forest. (Verderer). Fourth Edition Revised. With new chapters on forest management, geology of the district, prehistoric man and the ancient fauna, entomology, pond life, and fungi of the forest.
77289: BUXTON, E.NORTH: - Short Stalks: Or Hunting Camps North, South, East, and West. With Numerous Illustrations. Second Edition.
50024: BUXTON, A: - Fisherman Naturalist.
73428: BUXTON, E.ELLEN: - Family Sketchbook A Hundred Years Ago. by E.Ellen Buxton arranged by her granddaughter Ellen R.C.Creighton.
77286: BY A LADY ( 10 YEARS RESIDENT IN THAT COUNTRY): - The Englishwoman in Russia. Impressions of the Society and Manners of the Russians at Home. With Illustrations.
50286: BY THE AUTHOR OF LOTHAIR ( DISRAELI ) - - Endymion.
47198: BY OLD MOTHER GIPSY: - The Art of Hand-Reading.
48973: BYATT, A.S.: - The Virgin in the Garden.
48974: BYATT, A.S.: - The Virgin in the Garden.
48976: BYATT, A.S.: - Babel Tower.
75658: BYNG, ARTHUR H.; STEPHENS, STEPHEN M.; WILKINS, JOHN; - An Autobiography of an English Gamekeeper. (John Wilkins, of Stanstead, Essex.) Illustrated.
73224: BYNG, JOHN: - Rides Round Britain. Edited by Donald Adamson. Engravings by Anne Hayward.
74366: BYRNE, ED; - Ed Byrne’s Racing Year
74092: C A QUARRINGTON / DATE, W.H. (ED): - MODERN PRACTICAL RADIO AND TELEVISION A practical guide and comprehensive treatise dealing with Every phase of audio engineering, including design, Construction and maintenance, with special Chapters on television, etc. Plus Radio Circuits and Data.
76387: (123). CABOT, DAVID; NISBET, IAN; - Terns. (The New Naturalist 123.)
75471: CADBURY, DEBORAH; - Chocolate Wars. From Cadbury to Kraft - 200 Years of Sweet Success and Bitter Rivalry. SIGNED.
71746: CAIDIN, MARTIN: - Cross-Country Flying. Photographs by James Yarmell. Drawings by Fred L.Wolff.
73013: CAINE, WILLIAM: - The New Foresters. With coloured frontispiece by Dudley Tennant and Map.
50718: CALDER-MARSHALL, ARTHUR: - Havelock Ellis. A biography.
76762: CALDER, RITCHIE; - Men Against The Frozen North
76296: CALDWELL, DONALD L.; - JG26 Top Guns of The Luftwaffe.
70562: CALLANDREAU, EDOUARD: - Celebres Problemes Mathematiques. French language.
72896: CALTHROP, DION CLAYTON: - English Costume 1066 - 1830. Painted and described by Dion Clayton Calthrop.
74617: CALVERLEY, CHARLES STUART; - Verses & Translations. With an Introduction by Owen Seaman. ‘Red Letter Library.’
73415: CALVERLEY, C.S.: - Fly Leaves. Eighteenth thousand.
77131: CALVERT, EDWARD; - Eleven Engravings. With a prefatory note by Raymond Lister. Limited Edition of 225 Impressions.
55738: CALVIN, HENRY: - The Poison Chasers.
52582: CAM, HELEN M. - Liberties & Communities In Medieval England
74370: CAMERON, E.WALLER: - The Valley of the Silent Loch. Illustrated from photographs by Amy N.Cameron. Second edition.
67002: CAMERON, ALAN (ED): - D.H.Lawrence. A Life in Literature. Catalogue of the Centenary Exhibition held in the University of Nottingham 7 September - 13 October 1985.
62202: CAMERON, E.WALLER: - The Valley of the Silent Loch. Illustrated from photographs by Amy N.Cameron. Second edition.
76791: CAMERON, IAN: - Antarctica: The Last Continent
71741: CAMM, F.J.: - The Flying Reference Book. A Guide to the History and Development of all types of Aircraft - Facts and Figures - Records - Societies - Clubs - Gliding - Airships and Balloons. Fully Illustrated.
68650: CAMP, JOHN: - Portrait of Buckinghamshire. Illustrated and with map.
74298: CAMPBELL, THOMAS - Poetical Works The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell.
60558: CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS HOUGHTON: - The Structure and Development of Mosses and Ferns (Archegoniatae) Third edition, revised and enlarged.
72675: CAMPBELL-KEASE, JOHN: - A Companion to Local History Research.
68450: CAMPBELL, CHRISTOPHER: - Aces and Aircraft of World War I. Illustrated by the Author and John W.Wood.
55130: CAMPBELL, K. M.: - Honours of War.
61944: CAMPBELL, SHELAGH: - Resident Alien. An Englishwoman in New York and Washington 1939-43.
77250: CAMPBELL, FFYONA; - On Foot Through Africa. SIGNED COPY.
75109: CANNAN, JOANNA; - The County Books. Oxfordshire.
76036: CANNON, RICHARD: - Historical Record of The Thirty-Ninth, or the Dorsetshire Regiment of Foot: Containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1702, and of its subsequent services to 1853.
70543: CANTOR, LEONARD (ED): - The English Medieval Landscape.
64662: CAPPER, W. BENTLY (ED): - Licensed Houses and Their Management. Assisted by 40 experts in various branches of the Trade. Revised (post-war) edition. Three volumes.
74558: CAPTAIN MARRYAT; - The Mission; or, Scenes in Africa. Written for Young People. Two Volumes.
63905: CARAS, ROGER A.: - Dangerous to Man. The Definitive Story of Wildlife’s Reputed Dangers - Completely Revised Edition.
77184: CARELL,PAUL: - Scorched Earth. Hitler’s War on Russia, Volume 2. Translated from the German by Ewald Osers.
76879: CARMAN, W. Y.; - A History of Firearms From Earliest Times to 1914.
69562: CARNEGIE, ANDREW: - An American Four-in-Hand in Britain.
69586: CARNEIRO, F.L.L.B. (ED): - Offshore Engineering. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Offshore Engineering held at COPPE, Federal University of Rio de Janiero, Brazil. September 1981.
75195: CAROE, W. D.; - King’s Hostel Trinity College, Cambridge. Cambridge Antiquarian Society Quarto Publications. New Series. No. II. With Plans and Illustrations. An Examination of the History of King’s Hall with Special Reference to the Ancient Buildings Recently Disclosed.
73286: CARPENTER, S.C.: - Duncan-Jones of Chichester.
74799: CARR, JOHN DICKSON; - The Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
54955: CARR, JOHN DICKSON: - The Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
67225: CARR, DIANE: - Paths & Patios. Made Simple.
68787: CARRERS, T.: - Pleaskin Head, Antrim. (Pliskin Head). Original engraving with later hand colouring.
76431: CARROLL, LEWIS / FURNISS, HARRY (ILL.): - Sylvie & Bruno.
76012: CARRUTHERS, DOUGLAS; - Arabian Adventure To The Great Nafud in the Quest of the Onyx. Thirty-Three Plates and Two Maps.
73218: CARSON, CIARAN: - The Tain. A new Translation of the Old Irish Epic, Tain Bo Cuailnge.
77050: CARTER, HERBERT S.: - Captain Ben and the Almighty. A Tale of Poole and her seamen in the prosperous days of the Newfoundland Trade. Illustrated by W. Ed. Wigfull.
60731: CARTER, THOMAS JOHN PROCTOR: - King’s College Chapel. Notes on its History and Present Condition.
75509: CARTER, G. GOLDSMITH; - Looming Lights. A True Story of the Lightships. Introduced by Sir G. Callender.
48631: CARTER, R.G.: - White Harnesses. The Story of Guide Dogs for the Blind.
71877: CARTER, GEOFFREY: - The Royal Navy at Portland Since 1845.
70706: CARTER, KENNETH: - Dorset Collection. A Catalogue of Books in Dorset County Library.
57720: CARTER-RUCK, PETER: - Libel and Slander.
55990: CARTER, A.C.R.(COMPILER): - The Year's Art (1942-1944). A concise epitome of all matters relating to the Arts of Painting, Sculpture, Engraving and Architecture and to Schools of Design which have occurred during the years 1941, 1942, 1943 together with information respecting the events of the year 1944. with full page illustrations.
77051: CARTER, HARRY S.: - Harry Paye. A Romance of Old Poole. Illustrated by W. Ed. Wigfull.
74047: CARTLAND, BARBARA: - The Best of Barbara Cartland. The Proud Princess, The Magnificent Marriage, The Bored Bridegroom, Kiss the Moonlight, The Devil in Love.
76828: CARY, JOHN; - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Shropshire
45043: CARY, JOHN: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. From Cary’s “New and Correct English Atlas”. Exhibiting all the Direct and principal Cross Roads, Cities, Towns, and most considerable Villages, Parks, Rivers, navigable Canals, etc.;
70633: CARY, J.: - Original Engraved Antique Map of Dorsetshire. Map of Dorset.
69395: CARY, JOHN: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF HAMPSHIRE. From Cary’s “New and Correct English Atlas”. Exhibiting all the Direct and principal Cross Roads, Cities, Towns, and most considerable Villages, Parks, Rivers, navigable Canals, etc.;
69462: CASAGRANDE, PETER J.: - Unity in Hardy’s Novels. ‘Repetitive Symmetries’. Signed and dedicated.
71512: CASAL, U.A.: - The Five Sacred Festivals of Ancient Japan. Their Symbolism and Historical Development.
61812: CASSELL: - The Cathedrals of England and Wales. Their History Architecture and Associations.
77275: CASSELL’S: - History of England. Eight volumes. The text revised throughout, and profusely illustrated with new and original drawings by the best artists.
66030: CASTI, JOHN L.: - Paradigms Lost. Images of Man in the Mirror of Science.
70038: CASTLEDEN, RODNEY: - The Knossos Labyrinth. A new view of the ‘Palace of Minos’ at Knossos. Illustrated by the Author.
72875: CASTOR, HELEN: - Blood and Roses. The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century.
62180: CATHCART, HELEN: - The Duchess of Kent.
76631: CATLIN, GEORGE; - Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and the Condition of the North American Indians. Written during Eight Years’ Travel amongst the Wildest Tribes of Indians in North America. Introduced by Peter Matthiessen. Edited and Abridged by C. J. Shepherd.
74688: CATLOW, AGNES; - Popular Conchology; Or, The Shell Cabinet Arranged. Being An Introduction to The Modern System of Conchology. With a sketch of the natural history of animals, an account of the formation of shells, and a complete descriptive list of the families and genera.
74468: CATTERMOLE, REV. RICHARD; - The Great Civil War Of the Times of Charles I. and Cromwell. With Thirty Highly-finished Engravings from Drawings by George Cattermole.
71130: CATTERMOLE, GEORGE (ILLS): - Evenings at Haddon Hall, A Series of Romantic Tales of the Olden Time. With illustrations by George Cattermole.
56318: CAUFIELD, CATHERINE: - The Emperor of the United States of America & Other Magnificent British Eccentrics.
70472: CAUTLEY, H.MUNRO: - Suffolk Churches and their Treasures. With three colour and 415 other photographs by the Author.
76454: CAVALIERO, GLEN; - John Cowper Powys: Novelist.
75892: CAVAN, EARL OF; - With The Yacht, Camera, and Cycle in the Mediterranean.
68648: CAVE, LYNDON F.: - The Smaller English House. Its History and Development.
66344: CAVE, C.J.P.: - Medieval Carvings in Exeter Cathedral. With a note on the art of the Exeter carvers by Nikolaus Pevsner.
75227: CAVENDISH, GEORGE; - The Life and Death of Thomas Wolsey the Great Cardinal of England.
50128: CECIL, DAVID / AUSTEN, JANE - - A Portrait of Jane Austen.
57492: CECIL, LAURA (ED): - Listen to This.
77057: CECIL; - Hunting Tours Descriptive of Various Fashionable Countries and Establishments with Anecdotes of Masters of Hounds and Others Connected with Foxhunting. The Second Edition, With Four Illustrations.
74039: CELEBONOVIC, STEVAN: - The Living Rocks. Preface by Andre Maurois of the Academeie Francaise with a commentary by Geoffrey Grigson, and photographs and magnifications by Stevan Celebonovic. Translations by Joyce Emerson and Stanley A.Pocock.
59930: CELLARIUS, CHRISTOPHER - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Mesopotania .... From Atlas; Geographia antiqua : being a complete set of maps of antient geography, beautifully engraved from Cellarius on thirty-three copper plates : Designed for the use of schools, and of gentlemen who make the antient writers their delight of study.
70099: CHACKSFIELD, K.MERLE: - Smuggling Days.
75287: CHADWICK, JOHN: - The Decipherment of Linear B.
65475: CHAFFERS, WILLIAM: - Hall Marks on Gold and Silver Plate. illustrated with Tables of Annual Date Letters employed in The Assay Offices of England, Scotland and Ireland, and a fac-simile of a copper plate of makers’ marks at Goldsmiths’ Hall. To which is now added, a History of L’Orfevrerie Francaise, with extracts from the statutes, ordinances, etc and twelve plates of French Hall Marks. Fifth edition, revised and considerably augmented.
75978: CHAFIN, WILLIAM: - Anecdotes and History of Cranborne Chase. Introduction by Desmond Hawkins. SIGNED.
72858: CHAFIN, WILLIAM: - Anecdotes and History of Cranborne Chase. With Additions, and a Continuation of the Said History to some Extent. To which are added: Some Scenes in, and Anecdotes of Windsor Forest, by the Same Author. 1818. Introduction by Desmond Hawkins and signed by him.
75977: CHAFIN, WILLIAM: - Anecdotes and History of Cranborne Chase. Introduction by Desmond Hawkins. SIGNED.
69553: CHAKRABONGSE, PRINCE CHULA: - Road Racing, 1936. Being an account of one season of B.Bira, the Racing Motorist.
77278: CHALMERS, ALEXANDER; - The Spectator; A New Edition, Carefully Revised, In Six Volumes: With Prefaces Historical and Biographical.
77173: CHAMBERLAIN, PETER; ELLIS, CHRIS; - Pictorial History of Tanks of the World 1915-45
50673: CHAMBERLAIN, SIR AUSTEN: - Seen in Passing. Foreword by Lady Chamberlain.
76357: CHAMBERS, E; REES, ABRAHAM; - Cyclopaedia: Or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. Containing an Explanation of the Terms, and an Account of the Several Subjects, in the Liberal and Mechanical Arts, and the Sciences, Human and Divine. Intended as a Course of Ancient and Modern Learning. With the Supplement, and Modern Improvements incorporated in one Alphabet, by Abraham Rees. ‘New Edition’. IN FOUR VOLUMES.
74588: CHAMBERS, R. W.; - Thomas More. The Bedford Historical Series.
74263: CHAMBERS, JOHN - A General History of Malvern, embellished with plates, intended to comprise all the advantages of a Guide, With the more important details of Chemical, Mineralogical and Statistical Information.
74562: CHAMPAGNAC, J. B. J.; - L’Ete Sous Les Tilleuls ou Les Causeries Du Chalet. Illustre de 30 Dessins de Mm. Leroux, Bouchet et Mouilleron Dont 18 Imprimes en Deux Couleurs.
76740: CHANCELLOR, E. C. (ED.); - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. From January 1st to December 31st, 1932. Volume LIV. (54)
76741: CHANCELLOR, E. C. (ED.); - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. From January 1st to December 31st, 1933. Volume LV. (55)
65260: CHANDLER, DAVID (ED): - Robert Parker and Comte de Merode-Westerloo. The Marlborough Wars. Military Memoirs.
71674: CHANDLER, DAVID G.: - On the Napoleonic Wars. Collected Essays.
69807: CHANDLER, JOHN: - Wessex Images.
58644: CHANDLER, JOHN: - Wessex Images.
59276: CHANNING, WILLIAM ELLERY: - A Sermon, delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Ezra Stiles Gannett as Colleague Pastor of the Church of Christ, in Federal Street, Boston, United States of North America. June 30, 1824. With a Preface containing remarks on Dr C’s animadversions on Dr.Priestley and the English Unitarians. Second Liverpool Edition.
74889: CHAPMAN, ABEL; - Savage Sudan Its Wild Tribes, Big-Game and Bird-Life.
54183: CHAPMAN, W.G.: - Loco's of "The Royal Road" : a New Railway Book for Boys of All Ages.
70325: CHAPMAN, STANLEY D.: - The Early Factory Masters. The Transition to the Factory System in the Midlands Textile Industry.
69455: CHAPMAN, GUY: - Vain Glory. A miscellany of the Great War, 1914-1918, written by those who fought in it on each side and on all fronts. Edited with an introduction by Guy Chapman O.B.E., M.C.
73769: CHARLES, VICTORIA: - Renaissance Art.
72614: CHARLES HERBERT MAYO - Bibliotheca Dorsetiensis. Being a carefully compiled account of printed books and pamphlets relating to the History and Topography of the County of Dorset.
55808: CHARLES, ELIZABETH RUNDLE: - Three Martyrs Of The Nineteenth Century. Studies From The lives Of Livingstone, Gordon, And Patteson.
66533: CHARLES, ALAN: - The Isle of Wight Coastal Path. Foreword by David Bellamy.
49878: CHARLOT, GYONNE B: - Tea-Cup Fortune-Telling. With a Chapter on Mascots & Lucky Charms.
74322: CHARLOTTE BRONTE - Shirley Literature of Yesterday & To-day. (Introduction: May Sinclair)
64490: CHARLTON, SIR BOBBY: - The Autobiography. My Manchester United Years.
60217: CHARPENTIER, PAUL: - Timber. A comprehensive study of wood in all its aspects, commercial and botanical, showing the different applications and uses of timber in various trades, etc. Translated from the French by Joseph Kennell.
55918: CHASE, JAMES HADLEY: - just a matter of time
68307: CHASE, BEATRICE: - Gorse Blossoms from Dartmoor. Sixth impression with six illustrations. Signed copy.
67668: CHATTERTON, COMMANDER E.KEBLE: - The Royal Navy. Britain at War. January 1941 to March 1942. A complete record in Text and Pictures. With 387 illustrations.
59068: CHATTERTON, EYRE, THE RIGHT REVEREND, BISHOP OF NAGPUR. - The Story of Gondwana. With a Foreword by the Hon. Sir Benjamin Robertson.
62266: CHATTERTON, E.KEBLE: - Old Ship Prints.
73277: CHATWIN, BRUCE: - On the Black Hill.
76654: CHAUCER, GEOFFREY: - The Canterbury Tales. A verse translation with an Introduction and Notes by David Wright.
65220: CHAUCER, GEOFFREY: - The Canterbury Tales. Illustrated Prologue. Edited by Michael Alexander.
68331: CHEDZOY, ALAN: - A Scandalous Woman. The Story of Caroline Norton. Signed copy.
61946: CHEETHAM, NICOLAS: - Keepers of the Keys. The Pope in History.
74685: CHEKHOV, ANTON - MCVAY, GORDON (TRANSL. & ED. BY) - Chekhov: A Life in Letters.
75503: CHENEVIX TRENCH, CHARLES; - A History of Marksmanship.
54193: CHERADAME, ANDRE: - The Pangerman Plot Unmasked. Berlin's Formidable Peace-trap of "The Drawn War".
76804: CHERRY-GARRARD, APSLEY: - The Worst Journey in the World. Antarctic 1910-1913. One volume edition.
76602: CHERRY-GARRARD, APSLEY: - The Worst Journey in the World. Antarctic 1910-1913. Introduced by Francis Spufford.
74236: CHESTERTON,G.K: - The Father Brown Stories. Two Volumes.
67232: CHESTERTON, GEORGE / DOGGART, HUBERT: - Oxford and Cambridge Cricket. Introduction by E.W.Swanton.
74362: CHEVIOT, ANDREW; - Proverbs, Proverbial Expressions and Popular Rhymes of Scotland Collected and arranged with introduction, notes and parallel phrases.
74442: CHICHESTER, IMOGEN; - The Sad Tale of The Greedy Boy
71909: CHILDE, V.GORDON / SIMPSON, W.DOUGLAS: - Illustrated Guide to Ancient Monuments in the ownership or guardianship of The Ministry of Works. Volume VI Scotland. Second impression with amendments.
72021: CHILVER, KATHLEEN M.: - Holdenhurst, Mother of Bournemouth. With Illustrations by the Author. Signed copy.
62151: CHILVERS, HEDLEY A.: - Out of the Crucible. "Being the romantic story of the Witwatersrand goldfields; and of the great city which arose in their midst." With sixteen drawings by William M. Timlin.
53696: CHIROL, VALENTINE: - The Egyptian Problem.
65827: CHITTENDEN, FRED.J.: - Dictionary of Gardening. The Royal Horticultural Society. A Practical & scientific Encyclopaedia of Horticulture. F.J.Chittenden. Second edition by P.M.Synge:
77053: CHOLMONDELEY-PENNELL, H.: - Fishing: Salmon and Trout. & Pike and Coarse Fish. (Badminton Library) With contributions from other authors. Fifth Edition, revised. With numerous additional illustrations and diagrams. The Badminton Library. In Two Volumes.
75132: CHURCH, RICHARD: - The County Books. Kent.
63928: CHURCH, RICHARD: - Twenty-five Lyrical Poems from the hand of Richard Church. Signed limited edition.
36226: (CHURCHILL) - The Epic of Malta. Foreword by The Right Hon.Winston S. Churchill, C.H., M.P.
76846: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - The Story of the Malakand Field Force. An Episode of Frontier War.
76847: CHURCHILL, WINSTON: - Lord Randolph Churchill. In Two Volumes.
77294: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - The Second World War.
75961: (CHURCHILL) - Winston S. Churchill. His Memoirs and his Speeches. 1918 - 1945. 12 LP records publ. by Decca, each in individual sleeves with facs. sign. of Churchill at the top.
75965: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - Great Contemporaries. (Biographical essays on 21 Great Men.)
75794: CHURCHILL, W. S. / ( FOLIO SOCIETY ) - The Second World War. The Gathering Storm / Their Finest Hour / The Grand Alliance / The Hinge of Fate / Closing the Ring / Triumph and Tragedy. Six volumes presented in 2 slipcases (3 vols per slip-case).
76974: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S: - The Great War. Complete in 26 Fortnightly Parts.
74285: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - The Great War. Fully illustrated with photographs, drawings and maps. Three volumes.
76907: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S: - My Early Life. A Roving Commission. Introduction by Max Hastings.
57718: (CHURCHILL) SOAMES, MARY: - Clementine Churchill. By Her Daughter.
54698: CHURCHILL - MCKENNA, MARTHE: - I was a Spy! Foreword by The Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill.
54953: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - Great Contemporaries. (Biographical essays on 21 Great Men.)
75275: CLAMMER, RICHARD; - Cosens of Weymouth. 1848 - 1918. a History of the Bournemouth, Swanage and Weymouth Paddle Steamers.
75274: CLAMMER, RICHARD; - Cosens of Weymouth. 1918- 1996.
68696: CLAPHAM, A.R.(ED): - Flora of Derbyshire. With Supplement, additional records received 1969-1974. Including a number of species not previously recorded.
73969: CLAPHAM, A.R. / TUTIN, T.G. / WARBURG, E.F.: - Flora of the British Isles. Second edition.
66038: CLAPTON, ERIC: - The Autobiography.
70723: CLARE, T.: - Archaeological Sites of Devon and Cornwall.
76125: CLARK, KENNETH: - Landscape into Art. Introduction by Will Gompertz.
73672: CLARK, LLOYD: - World War I. An Illustrated History.
75647: CLARK, ROBERT: - Golf: A Royal & Ancient Game.
71243: CLARK, LEONARD: - Sark Discovered. The Prospect of an Island. Being a literary and pictorial record of the island of Sark, wherein is portrayed her beauties and glories, and the true essence of her ancient being. With 16 pages of photographs by Charles Bollen Blore.
70980: CLARK, ROY: - The Longshoremen.
70148: CLARK, CATHERINE: - Ironbridge Gorge. English Heritage.
68387: CLARK, FREDDIE: - Peter Five.
68272: CLARK, LT-CMDR S.G.: - Your Navy - Past and Present.
71312: CLARK, RONALD W.: - The Life of Bertrand Russell. Signed copy.
77132: CLARKE, EDWARD T.; - Bermondsey, Its Historic Memories and Associations.
39448: CLARKE, MARK W, (GENERAL ; FORMER U.S. COMMANDER -IN-CHIEF, FAR EAST): - From The Danube to the Yalu.
76885: CLARKE, REV. JAMES STANIER; M'ARTHUR, JOHN; - The Life and Services of Horatio Viscount Nelson From His Lordship’s Manuscripts. In Three Volumes.
69968: CLARKE, NIGEL J.: - From Hope’s Nose to St.Alban’s Head Dorset, Devon Shipwrecks.
71751: CLAXTON, WILLIAM J.: - The Mastery of the Air.
75069: CLAY, SAMPSON; - Present-Day Rock Garden Being A Complimentary Volume To Farrer's English Rock-Garden
55749: CLEARY, JOHN: - Ransom. A Scobie Malone story.
55916: CLEEVE, BRIAN: - The Dark Side of the Sun. A novel.
68085: CLEMENTS, PATRICIA / GRINDLE, JULIET (EDS): - The Poetry of Thomas Hardy. A Vision Critical Study.
75800: CLEW, K.R: - The Kennet & Avon Canal.
70346: CLIFFORD, D.J.H.: - The Diaries of Lady Anne Clifford.
66957: CLIFFORD, FRANCIS: - The Naked Runner.
71226: CLOUGH: - Expansion of the British Empire.
73343: CLUNES, ALEC: - The British Theatre.
54227: CLUNN, H.P: - The Face of the Home Counties. Portrayed in a Series of 18 week-end drives from London.
61869: CLUTTON-BROCK, JULIET: - The British Museum Book of Cats. Ancient and Modern.
42848: COATS, PETER: - Great Gardens. Introduced by Harold Nicolson.
73591: COBB, RICHARD: - Reactions to the French Revolution.
73590: COBB, RICHARD: - Paris and its Provinces. 1792-1802.
76981: COBB, COLONEL M. H.; - The Railways of Great Britain. A Historical Atlas. At a scale of 1 inch to 1 mile. In Two Volumes. With Slipcase.
73976: COBB, RICHARD: - French and Germans, Germans and French. A Personal Interpretation of France under Two Occupations 1914-1918 / 1940-1944.
73975: COBB, RICHARD: - Still Life. Sketches from a Tunbridge Wells Childhood.
77240: COBBETT, WILLIAM: - Rural Rides An Abridgment with biographical Introduction by E. R. Chamberlain.
73560: COCHRANE, C.: - Poole Bay and Purbeck (1) 300 BC-AD 1600. (2) 1660-1920. two volumes.
75531: COCHRANE, IAN; - Jesus on a Stick
50209: COCHRANE, R.(COMPILED & SELECTED BY): - The Treasury of Modern Biography. A Gallery of Literary Sketches of Eminent Men and Women of the Nineteenth Century.
70108: COCHRANE, C.: - Poole Bay and Purbeck. 300 BC - AD 1660.
52250: COHEN EDWIN - Birds of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
46040: COHEN, B. V.: - The United Nations. Constitutional Developments, Growth, and Possibilities. The Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures. 1961.
72771: COHEN, BERNARD L.: - Before it’s Too Late. A Scientist’s Case For Nuclear Energy. Foreword by Rosalyn S.Yalow.
77180: COKE, EDWARDO; - The First Part of the Institutes of the Law of England. In Three Volumes. Or, a Commentary upon Littleton; Not the name of the Author, but of the Law itself. The Fifteenth Edition, Revised Corrected, with further additions of notes, references, and proper tables by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler. Including also the notes of Lord Chief Justice Hale and Lord Chancellor of Nottingham, and Analysis of Littleton written in 1658-9
44030: COLE, SONIA: - Counterfeit.
77134: COLE, NATHAN; - The Royal Parks and Gardens of London, Their History and Mode of Embellishment, with hints on the propagation and culture of the plants employed. The Artistic Arrangement of Colours, &c. With Numerous Wood Engravings and Geometrical Designs.
62247: COLE, G.: - Warwickshire. Engraved by J.Roper from a Drawing by G.Cole.
74037: COLEMAN, LONNIE: - The Legacy of Beulah Land.
74841: COLERIDGE, SAMUEL T; ROSSETTI, WILLIAM MICHAEL; SECCOMBE, THOMAS; - The Poetical Works of Samuel T. Coleridge. Edited, with a Critical Memoir by William Michael Rossetti. Illustrated by Thomas Seccombe.
72810: COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR: - The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge including poems and versions of poems now published for the first time. Edited with textual and bibliographical notes by Ernest Hartley Coleridge. In two volumes. Vol I: Poems, Vol II: Dramatic Works and Appendices.
76908: COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR; - Specimens of the Table Talk of Samuel Taylor Coleridge New Edition.
69341: COLERIDGE, HARTLEY: - Biographia Borealis; or the lives of distinguished northerners.
64934: COLES, MANNING: - The Three Beans. The twentieth Secret Service adventure of Thomas Elphinstone Hambledon of British Intelligence.
68971: COLES, J.M. / HARDING, A.F.: - The Bronze Age in Europe. An introduction to the prehistory of Europe c2000-700BC.
69503: COLLENS, RUPERT: - A Look at Cecil Aldin’s Dogs and Hounds.
71976: COLLIER, ANN: - Creative Design in Bobbin Lace.
71692: COLLIER, BASIL: - The Airship A History.
64921: COLLINGWOOD, HARRY: - Under the Meteor Flag. The Log of a Midshipman during the French Revolutionary War.
75622: COLLINGWOOD, HARRY: - Through Veld and Forest. An African Story. Illustrated by Arch. Webb.
73038: COLLINGWOOD, R.G.: - The New Leviathan or Man, Society, Civilization and Barbarism.
44926: COLLINS, WILLIALM: - Drafts & Fragments of Verse. Edited from the Manuscripts by J. S. Cunningham.
75232: COLLINS, WILKIE; - Four Mysteries The Woman in White; No Name; Arma Dale & The Moon Stone. Boxed.
74992: COLLINS; - Graphic Stories of Kings. With Eight Illustrations in Colour and More in Black and White.
74021: COLLINS, LARRY: - Fall From Grace.
73288: COLLINS, IRENE: - Jane Austen and the Clergy.
73204: COLLINS, IRENE: - Jane Austen and the Clergy.
54598: COLLINS, DALE: - Sea-Tracks of The Speejacks. Round the World.
76461: COLLINS, H. P.; POWYS, J. C.; - John Cowper Powys, Old Earth-Man.
76583: COLLINS, SIR STEPHEN; - The Dorset Year Book 1913-14. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76584: COLLINS, SIR STEPHEN; - The Dorset Year Book 1914-15. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
76146: COLLINS, VERE H.: - Talks with Thomas Hardy at Max Gate. 1920-1922.
70492: COLLIS, JOHN: - The European Iron Age.
70355: COLLIS, MAURICE: - The Motherly and Auspicious. being the life of the Empress Dowager Tzu Hsi in the form of a drama with an introduction and notes.
62347: COLLMAN, J.: - Wild Flowers. Hants and Dorset.
62345: COLLMAN, MORRIS: - Long Ago. Hants and Dorset.
76823: COLQUHOUN, JOHN: - The Moor And The Loch. Containing Minute Instructions In All Highland Sports. Two volumes.
73625: COLQUHOUN, KATE: - Mr.Briggs’ Hat. A Sensational Account of Britain’s First Railway Murder.
76578: COLVILLE, GEORGE M.; - Five Open Champions and the Musselburgh Golf Story. SIGNED by Author and Peter Alliss.
60765: COLVILLE, ROBERT: - The County Books. London, The Northern Reaches.
73339: COLWELL, STELLA: - The Family History Book. A Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors.
77025: COLYER, CHARLES N.: - Flies of the British Isles. in collaboration with Cyril O. Hammond. 48 Plates in Colour, 5 5half-tone plates and numerous text figures and diagrams...
70362: COMAY, JOAN: - Introducing Israel. With a foreword by David Ben-Gurion.
46446: COMER, M.J.: - Corporate Fraud.
67828: COMFORT, ELIZABETH MAXWELL: - Grizzly’s Little Pard.
55915: CONDON, RICHARD: - Arigato. A novel.
75526: (47) CONDRY, W.M.: - The Snowdonia National Park. (The New Naturalist 47).
61516: CONNELL, JOHN: - Wavell. Scholar and Soldier. To June 1941.
43907: CONNELL, J: - Wavell. Scholar and Soldier. To June 1941.
69502: CONNOLLY, JOSEPH: - P.G.Wodehouse. An Illustrated Biography. With complete bibliography and collectors guide.
68833: CONNOLLY, JOSEPH: - Children’s Modern First Editions Their Value to Collectors.
76941: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - The Mirror of The Sea. Memories and Impressions.
76942: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - The Shadow Line, A Confession. The Wayfarer’s Library.
71008: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - Typhoon. The Nigger of the ‘Narcissus’ and Other Stories. Illustrations by Francis Mosley. Introduction by Paul Theroux.
63674: CONRAD, JOSEPH / HUEFFER, FORD MADOX (FORD): - The Nature of a Crime.
76645: CONRAD, JOSEPH; STAPE, J. H.; HOCHSCHILD, ADAM; - Conrad's Congo. Joseph Conrad’s Expedition to the Congo Free State, 1890.
49902: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - Notes on Life & Letters.
71353: CONRAN, TERENCE: - The Essential House Book. The comprehensive source book of home design.
55440: CONSTANDUROS, MABEL: - The Sweep and the Daffodil.
74998: CONWAY, PETER; - Revised Proof.
73165: CONWAY, AGNES ETHEL / CONWAY, SIR MARTIN: - The Children’s Book of Art. With sixteen full-page illustrations in colour.
42860: CONYBEARE, REV.W./ HOWSON, REV.J: - The Life and Epistles of St.Paul.
74650: CONYBEARE, REV. W. D.; PHILLIPS, WILLIAM; - Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales. With an introductory compendium of the general principles of that science and Comparative views of the Structure of Foreign Countries. Illustrated by a Coloured Map and Sections &c. Part 1.
74995: COOK, E. T.; - Trees & Shrubs for English Gardens.
74664: COOK, E.T: - Gardening For Beginners. A Handbook To the Garden. The "Country Life" Library. Fourth Edition.
76752: COOK, DR. FREDERICK A.; - My Attainment of the Pole. Being the Record of the Expedition that First Reached the Boreal Center 1907-1909. With the Final Summary of the Polar Controversy.
68912: (COOK) RIENITS, REX AND THEA: - The Voyages of Captain Cook. Signed copy.
54195: COOK, SIR THEODORE: - The Mark Of The Beast.
76696: COOK, SIR ALBERT R.; - Uganda Memories (18997-1940) Limited Numbered & Signed Edition.
76903: COOKE, M.C.: - A Plain and Easy Account of British Fungi. With especial reference to the Esculent and Economic Species. With coloured plates of thirty-four species and numerous woodcuts.
40614: COOKE, STENSON: - This Motoring. Being the Romantic Story of the Automobile Association.
74304: COOKE; COBBETT; VARIOUS; - Cooke’s Universal Letter-Writer Or, Art of Polite Correspondence. To which are added The Complete Petitioner, Forms of Law &c. Also an Abridgment of Cobbett’s English Grammar. New and Improved Edition.
72334: COOKE, RONALD / NESBIT, ROY CONYERS: - Target: Hitler’s Oil. Allied attacks on German Oil Supplies 1939-45.
71123: COOKE, ROBERT: - Athelhampton.
77064: COOKE, WILLIAM; - The Medallic History of Imperial Rome; From the First Triumvirate, Under Pompey, Crassus, and Caesar, To the Removal of the Imperial Seat by Constantine The Great. With the Several Medals and Coins, accurately copied and curiously engraven. To which is prefixed, and introduction containing A General History of Roman Medals. In Two Volumes.
56442: COOKSON, G.M.: - The Dark Companion.
70754: COOLIDGE, OLIVIA: - Caesar’s Gallic War. With line decorations by William Stobbs.
61092: COOPER, THEODORA: - A Winter’s Day.
75148: COOPER, LETTICE: - The County Books. Yorkshire, West Riding.
75943: (COOPER, A. HEATON / TYNDALE, W.) LOCK, H.O.: - Dorset.
75944: (COOPER, A.HEATON / TYNDALE, W.) LOCK, H.O.: - Dorset.
74457: COOPER, J. FENIMORE, - Homeward Bound: Or, The Chase. AND Eve Effingham; A Sequel To Homeward Bound. A Tale of The Sea. A New Edition. Two Volumes in One.
69776: COOPER, A.HEATON: - Suffolk water-colours.
66742: COOPER, GEOFFREY: - Farnborough and the Fleet Air Arm. A History of the Naval Aircraft Department of the Royal Aircraft Establishment Farnborough Hampshire. Signed copy.
54956: COOTE, STEPHEN: - William Morris His Life and Work.
76401: CORBET, PHILLIP; BROOKS, STEPHEN; - Dragonflies. The New Naturalist 106.
72789: CORBET, P.S. / LONGFIELD, CYNTHIA / MOORE, N.W.: - Dragonflies. The New Naturalist 41.
63832: CORBET, G.B. / SOUTHERN, H.N. (EDS): - The Handbook of British Mammals. Second edition.
47650: CORBOULD, WALTON (ILL.) / IVIMEY, J.W: - Complete Version of Ye Three Blind Mice.
61093: CORCORAN, JOHN X.W.P.: - The young field archaeologist’s guide.
72865: CORDINGLY, DAVID: - Spanish Gold. Captain Woodes Rogers and the Pirates of the Caribbean.
76773: CORNER, GEORGE W.; - Doctor Kane of the Arctic Seas
67229: CORNWELL, PATRICIA: - Trace. The New Scarpetta Novel.
76160: CORNWELL, BERNARD; - The Grail Quest Series. Harlequin; Vagabond; & Heretic. Three Volumes.
70744: CORPE, HILDA R.: - Prisoner Beyond the Chindwin. With a foreword by Frank Owen.
69947: CORSON, P.F.R.: - Call the Middle Watch. An Account of Life at Sea in the Royal Navy, 1905 to 1963.
69311: CORSON, P.F.R.: - Call The Middle Watch. An Account of Life at Sea in the Royal Navy 1905 to 1963.
67510: COSTAIN, THOMAS: - Below the Salt.
44511: ( COSTUME ) TRUMAN, NEVIL: - Historic Costuming.
44515: ( COSTUME ) KOEHLER, CARL / VON SICHART, E. (ED.): - A History of Costume.
56306: COTTIN, MADAME / BOWLES, W.R.(TR): - Elizabeth; Or The Exiles Of Siberia. Translated from the French with Historical, Explanatory and Geographical notes.
69019: COTTON, B.D.: - Cottage and Farmhouse Furniture in East Anglia. Regional styles in the 18th and 19th centuries.
70535: COTTON, M.AYLWIN / GATHERCOLE, P.W.: - Excavations at Clausentum Southampton 1951-1954. Ministry of Works Archaeological Reports No.2.
73491: COULSTOCK, P.H.: - The Collegiate Church of Wimborne Minster. Studies in the History of Medieval Religion 5.
72741: COULTON, G.G.: - The Chronicler of European Chivalry. Froissart and his Chronicles.
75049: COVARRUBIAS, MIGUEL; - Indian Art of Mexico and Central America Colour Plates and Line Drawings by the Author.
77035: COWARD, T.A; - Life of the Wayside & Woodland. When, Where, and What to Observe and Collect. With 128 Illustrations from Photographs 40 of which prepared in Colour by W. J. Stokoe, and 11 by Thomas Baddeley.
75157: COWARD, T.A; - Life of the Wayside & Woodland. When, Where, and What to Observe and Collect. A Handy Guide with descriptive Text.
46073: ( COWARD, NOEL ) CASTLE, CHARLES: - Noel.
73264: COWEN, PAINTON: - English Stained Glass. With 200 colour illustrations.
63254: COWPER, WILLIAM: - The Poetical Works. With a memoir by Charles Whitehead.
64079: COX, E.H.M. / TAYLOR, G.C.: - Primulas For Garden & Greenhouse.
58617: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.18.
75413: COX, BERNARD; - Paddle Steamers.
35853: COX, M. / FOSTER,T : - Their Darkest Day. The Tragedy of Pan Am 103 and its Legacy of Hope.
69057: COX, J.CHARLES: - Pulpits, Lecterns, & Organs in English Churches. With 155 illustrations.
76992: COX, BENJAMIN G.; - The Book of Blandford Forum The Story of the Town’s Past.
58622: COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.32.
58621: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.29.
58620: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.27.
58618: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.19.
52248: COX, SIMON. - The Birds of Essex, A New Guide to
73617: COX, BEN: - Blandford Forum. A Pictorial History.
58615: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.16.
63198: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - The Wigmaker’s Art in the 18th Century. A Translation of the section on Wigmaking in the 3rd Edition (1776) of the Encylopedie of Denis Diderot & Jean D’Alembert.
58616: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.17.
73389: COX, MICHAEL: - The Glass of Time. The secret life of Miss Esperanza Gorst. Narrated by Herself.
72510: COX, MICHAEL: - The Cream of Noel Coward. Selected by Michael Cox. Illustrated by Helen Smithson. Preface by Graham Payne and Sheridan Morley.
58624: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - Two Dorset Ballads. C.1700.
63357: COX, J.CHARLES: - Hampshire. With 28 illustrations by M.E.Purser and from photographs 2 maps and 2 plans. Fifth edition, revised.
58613: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - Dorset of the Poets. 1622-1968.
69060: COX, J.CHARLES / HARVEY, ALFRED: - English Church Furniture. With one hundred and twenty-one illustrations.
68649: COX, J.CHARLES: - English Church Fittings, Furniture & Accessories. With an introduction by Aymer Vallance. New issue.
58619: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.20.
60872: COYSH, A.W. / MASON, E.J. / WAITE, V.: - The Regional Books. The Mendips.
74342: CRABB, GEORGE; - Universal Historical Dictionary. Or, Explanation of the Names of Persons and Places, in the departments of biblical, political, and ecclesiastical history, mythology, heraldry, biography, bibliography, geography and numismatics. Illustrated by Portraits and Medallic Cuts. TWO VOLUMES.
61650: (CRABBE): - The Poetical Works of the Rev.George Crabbe. With Letters and Journals, and Life. By his Son. In eight volumes.
74560: CRABBE, REV. GEORGE; - The Life and Poetical Works of the Rev. George Crabbe. Edited by his Son. complete in One Volume. With Portrait and Vignette.
51937: CRADDOCK, SIR REGINALD - The Dilemma in India
77293: CRAGGS, DOUGLAS; SIGNED - A.B.C. of Ventriloquism. A Complete Guide to the Art of Voice-Throwing, Lip Control, Doll Manipulation and Ventriloquial Presentation. With an Appendix of Ventriloquial Dialogues and Patter. Thirty Illustrations.
68790: CRAMB, J.: - Jaffa. Engraving taken from a photograph and printed in colour.
66986: CRAMER, RIE (ILLUSTRATOR): - Die Gansemagd und andere Marchen. Mit bunten und zahlreichen schwarzen Bildern von Rie Cramer.
55984: CRAMER, RICHARD BEN: - How Israel Lost: The Four Questions at the Heart of the Middle East Crisis.
61354: CRANE, WALTER: - Attractive original illustrated song “Jog On, Jog On”. From the book, “Pan Piped”.
72130: CRANE, WALTER: - The Dale Readers, Book II. Written by Nellie Dale with new pictures by Walter Crane.
72128: CRANE, WALTER: - Renascence A Book of Verse by Walter Crane. Limited edition.
70477: CRANE, NICHOLAS: - Mercator. The man who mapped the planet.
77249: CRANE, NICHOLAS: - Clear Waters Rising. A Mountain Walk Across Europe.
77248: CRANE, NICHOLAS: - Two Degrees West. A Walk Along England’s Meridian. SIGNED COPY.
74501: CRAWFORD, O. / KEILLER, ALEXANDER: - Wessex From the Air. With Contributions by R.C.C. Clay and Eric Garner.
51708: CRAWFORD, FREDERICK. (ED.) - Hans Christian Andersen's Correspondence with the Late Grand-Duke of Saxe-Weimar, Charles Dickens & etc, & etc
75597: CREASEY, J: - Kill the Toff. The 22nd Book of the Toff.
73443: CREASEY, JOHN (ANTHONY MORTON): - Burgle the Baron. The 45th Book of the Baron. (Manuscript).
75523: CREASEY, JOHN; - Inspector West Makes Haste
59075: CREASY, SIR EDWARD: - The Fifteen Decisive Battles Of The World. From Marathon To Waterloo.
59532: CREASY, SIR EDWARD: - The Fifteen Decisive Battles Of The World. From Marathon To Waterloo.
77277: CRESWICKE, LOUIS; - South Africa and the Transvaal War. From the Foundation of Cape Colony... With Numerous Illustrations and Maps. In Seven Volumes.
70261: CRIBB, JOE / COOK, BARRIE / CARRADICE, IAN: - The Coin Atlas. The World of Coinage from its origins to the present day.
70972: CRISWELL, GROVER C.: - Confederate and Southern State Currency. Criswell’s Currency Series. Vol I. 1st Revised Edition. A Descriptive Listing, Including Rarity and Prices. “The Confederate States of America” and all of the Southern States Including “The Territory of Florida” and “The Republic and Government of Texas”.
64362: CRITCHLEY, MACDONALD (ED): - Trial of Neville George Clevely Heath. Notable British Trials Series. Vol.75
67189: CROCKETT, S.R.: - The Adventurer in Spain. With illustrations by the author and Gordon Browne.
43188: CROFT-COOKE, RUPERT / BARBER, NOEL: - Cities. (includes San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore, New York, Prague, Venice, London, etc., etc.).
76757: CROFT, ANDREW; - Polar Exploration Second Edition. With Twenty-Two Illustrations and Eight Maps.
72389: CROFT, P.J. (ED): - Autograph Poetry in the English Language. Facsimiles of original manuscripts from the Fourteenth to the Twentieth Century. Compiled and edited with an introduction, commentary and transcripts by P.J.Croft. Two volumes.
61002: CROFTON, H.A.: - How to Trace a Pedigree.
70696: CROKER, EDWARD J.O’B.: - Retrospective Lessons on Railway Strikes United Kingdom.
68937: CROMPTON, RICHMAL: - Sweet William. Illustrated by Thomas Henry.
68936: CROMPTON, RICHMAL: - William-The Bad. Illustrated by Thomas Henry.
58690: CROOK, A. BRIGADIER (RETD): - Barbed-Wire Doctor. Memoirs of Brigadier Crook. One Doctor’s War.
74890: CROOKENDEN, ARTHUR; - The History of The Cheshire Regiment in The Great War 1914 - 1918. The 22nd. (Cheshire) Regiment. Illustrations and Maps.
58783: CROOKSHANK, ANNE / KNIGHT OF GLIN: - The Watercolours of Ireland. Works on Paper and in Pencil, Pastel and Paint. c.1600 - 1914.
56638: CROSS, WILBUR / FEISE, GEORGE W.: - Encyclopedia of American Submarines.
77274: CROSS STANDING, PERCY: - Cricket of To-Day and Yesterday. With special articles by famous cricketers, incl.K. S. RANJITSINHJI, P.F. WARNER, D.L.A. JESPHSON, ROBERT ABEL, and WILFRED RHODES. Subscription Illustrated Edition. In Two Volumes.
71743: CROSSLAND, JOHN: - The Keener Sight. Talks and Exercises on Deductional Geography.
62981: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Poems from East Anglia.
62985: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Gatty’s Tale.
63043: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - The Callow Pit Coffer. Drawings by Margaret Gordon. Signed copy.
63039: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Norfolk Poems. photographs by John Hedgecoe. Signed copy.
63044: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - The Hidden Roads. A Memoir of Childhood. Signed copy.
63049: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Time’s Oriel. Poems. Signed copy.
63050: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - The Rain Giver. Poems. Signed copy.
63051: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN (ED): - Light Unlocked. Christmas Card Poems. Edited by Kevin Crossley-Holland and Lawrence Sail. Engravings by John Lawrence. Signed copy.
63042: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - The Sea Stranger. Long Ago Children Books. Pictures by Joanna Troughton.
62979: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Waterslain Angels.
62980: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Which Eye Can You See Me With? Interpreting Folk-Tales: A Writer’s Perspective. The Helen E.Stubbs Memorial Lectures. Number One.
63041: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN / PATON WALSH, JILL: - Wordhoard. Anglo-Saxon Stories for Young People. Signed copy.
63040: CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, KEVIN: - Storm. A Banana Book. Illustrated by Alan Marks.
60585: CROUCH, JOAN SANDERSON: - “The Meadows Where We Play” The Story of a Dorset Childhood.
65221: CROWDEN, JAMES: - Blood, Earth and Medicine. a year in the life of a casual agricultural labourer. With a foreword by John Fowles. Signed copy.
67347: CROWSON, N.J. (ED): - Fleet Street, Press Barons and Politics. The Journals of Collin Brooks, 1932-1940. Camden Fifth Series Volume 11.
76568: CROWTHER, ALICE; - Golden Thoughts From Great Authors.
53042: CROZIER, GLADYS BEATTIE: - Children's Games and Children's Parties. With a Preface by Mrs. Alec-Tweedie.
58125: CROZIER, GLADYS BEATTIE: - Half Holiday Pastimes for Children.
74977: CRUIKSHANK, GEORGE; TAYLOR, EDGAR; RUSKIN, JOHN; - German Popular Stories. In Two Series. with Illustrations after the Original designs of George Cruikshank.
77042: CRUMP, NORMAN; - By Rail To Victory. The Story of the L.N.E.R. in Wartime.
75247: CRUTTWELL, C.R: - A History of The Great War. 1914-1918.
61987: CULLINGFORD, CECIL N.: - A History of Dorset.
70660: CULLINGFORD, CECIL N.: - A History of Dorset. Drawings by Ralph Sharpe. Cartography by John Britton.
58897: CUMMING, PRIMROSE: - The Great Horses.
72904: CUNDALL, H.M.: - Birket Foster.
47765: CUNLIFFE, BARRY: - Excavations at Fishbourne 1961 - 1969. Vol.1: The Site. Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London. No. 26
70211: CUNLIFFE, BARRY (ED): - The Oxford Illustrated Prehistory of Europe.
68916: CUNLIFFE, BARRY: - Wessex to A.D.1000. A Regional History of England.
69172: CUNNINGTON, PHILLIS / LUCAS, CATHERINE: - Occupational Costume in England. From the eleventh century to1914. With chapters by Alan Mansfield. Colour frontis. 64 plates and over 300 drawings.
62972: CUNYNGHAME, FRANCIS: - Reminiscences of an Epicure. Food, Wine, Smokes.
69287: CURCHIN, LEONARD A.: - Roman Spain. Conquest and Assimilation.
69262: CURRIE, EDWINA: - Diaries 1987-1992.
44180: CURTIS, C.D: - Sedgemoor and the Bloody Assize. A History and Guide.
64114: CURTIS, CECILE: - Samantha and the Swan. Written and illustrated by Ceclie Curtis.
75037: CURWEN, JOHN F.; - Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. Extra Series; Vol. XIII. The Castles and Fortified Towers of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire North-of-the-Sands, together with a brief Historical Account of Border Warfare.
62782: CUSS, H.W.JOHN: - Enjoying Birds in Britain. From Lundy to Shetland, Scotland and the Farnes.
75842: CUTHBERTSON, CATHERINE; - Santo Sebastiano: Or, The Young Protector. A Novel. In Five Volumes. Second Edition. By the Author of “The Romance of the Pyrenees.”
71879: CUTHBERTSON, D.C.: - Autumn in Kyle and the Charm of Cunninghame.
75710: CUTLER, REV. RICHARD; - Original Notes of Dorchester and the Durotriges.
71975: CYRIAX, OLIVER: - The Encyclopedia of Crime. Third edition. Revised and updated by Colin and Damon Wilson.
50206: D’ ARBOUVILLE, FRAU VON: - Ein glückliches Leben. Übersetzung aus dem Französischen von Maria Baincao v. E.
74189: D. H. PARRY - The Little Regiment ILLUSTRATED BY H. M. BROCK
45977: ( DA VINCI ) TAYLOR, R. A.: - Leonardo the Florentine. A Study in Personality. (Leonardo Da Vinci).
75815: DACRE, CHARLOTTE; (MATILDA, ROSA); - Zofloya. Or, The Moor. With an Introduction by The Rev. Montague Summers. Limited Numbered Edition.
75603: DAILY EXPRESS - Rupert The Daily Express Annual
67495: DALE, H.MONTAGUE: - Worship and Communion.
76675: DALLAWAY, JAMES, A. M.; - Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of the Science of Heraldry in England. With Explanatory Observations on Armorial Ensigns. In Slipcase.
75928: DALTON, CHRISTOPHER; - The Bells and Belfries of Dorset. Part 1. (Abbotsbury to Corfe.) Signed Copy.
75929: DALTON, CHRISTOPHER; - The Bells and Belfries of Dorset. Part II (2). (Halstock to Spetisbury.) Signed Copy.
77011: DALZIEL, HUGH: - British Dogs: Describing the History, Characteristics, Breeding, Management, and Exhibition of the Various Breeds of Dogs established in Great Britain. With Coloured Plates and Wood Engravings. Second Edition. In Two Volumes.
71395: DAMON, ROBERT: - Geology of Weymouth, Portland, and Coast of Dorsetshire. From Swanage to Bridport-on-the Sea. With natural history and archaeological notes. New and Enlarged Edition.
70982: DAMPIER, WILLIAM CECIL: - The Restoration of Charles the Second. Edited by Edith H.Whetham.
75605: DANGERFIELD, ROLAND E.; CHALKEY, A. P.; - The Motor Ship. Jan-June, 1949 - July-Dec, 1949. Vol. XXIX. No. 348 to Vol. XXX No. 359. Two Volumes.
75604: DANGERFIELD, ROLAND E.; CHALKEY, A. P.; - The Motor Ship. Jan-June, 1948 - July-Dec, 1948. Vol. XXVIII. No. 336 to Vol. XXIX No. 347. Two Volumes.
74801: DANIELL, DAVID SCOTT; - The Royal Hampshire Regiment. Volume Three. 1918-1954. With a Foreword by Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick A. M. Browning.
61511: DANNY: - Danny Gets to Grips With Golf. Foreword by Alex Hay.
56236: DANZIGER, JAMES: - Beaton.
71387: DARDE, RENE: - l’Habitation Provencale. Collection de L’Art Regional en France. Preface de Henri Algoud, avec 6 bois originaux de Carlos Reymond. French language.
77137: DARLING, HON. MR. JUSTICE; - On The Oxford Circuit and Other Verses. With Illustrations by Austin O. Spare.
71669: DARLING, KEV: - Fleet Air Arm Carrier War. The History of British Naval Aviation.
72968: DARRAH, JOHN: - Paganism in Arthurian Romance.
61239: DARTON, F.J.HARVEY: - The Marches Of Wessex. A Chronicle of England.
75927: DARTON, F.J. HARVEY: - Alibi Pilgrimage.
75930: DARTON, F.J.HARVEY: - The Marches Of Wessex. A Chronicle of England. SIGNED - WITH LETTERS.
54143: DARTON, F.J.H.: - The Marches of Wessex. A Chronicle of England.
77257: DARTON, F.J.HARVEY: - The Marches Of Wessex. A Chronicle of England.
72140: DARTON, F.J.HARVEY: - Children’s Books in England. Five Centuries of Social Life. Third edition. Revised by Brian Alderson.
71982: DARTON, F.J.HARVEY: - Children’s Books in England. Five Centuries of Social Life.
70724: DARVILL, TIMOTHY: - Prehistoric Britain.
64060: DARWIN, BERNARD: - Golf Between Two Wars.
76573: DARWIN, BERNARD: - The Golf Courses of the British Isles. Illustrated by Harry Rountree.
76513: DARWIN, BERNARD (ED): - The Game’s Afoot! An Anthology of Sports, Games & the Open Air.
75542: DARWIN, BERNARD AND OTHERS: - A History of Golf in Britain. Foreword by Sir G. Cunningham.
71818: DARWIN, CHARLES: - The Voyage of H.M.S.Beagle. Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the countries visited during The Voyage of H.M.S.Beagle round the world under Captain Fitz Roy, R.N.
73281: DAULTE, FRANCOIS: - Alfred Sisley. The Impressionists.
67296: DAUNTON, M.J.: - Royal Mail. The Post Office since 1840. Foreword by Asa Briggs.
72423: DAVENANT, JOHN, LORD BISHOP OF SARISBURY. - Animadversions Written by the Right Reverend Father in God John, Lord Bishop of Sarisbury, upon a treatise intitled Gods Love to Mankind.
51111: DAVENPORT ADAMS, W H - Heroes of the Sea
71700: DAVEY, MAJOR CHRISTOPHER / CAMERON, DON: - Zanussi Transatlantic Balloon. Cartoons by Robert James.
75575: DAVID, ELIZABETH - A Book of Mediterranean Food Foreword by Julian Barnes. In slipcase.
76842: DAVID, ELIZABETH - Italian Food Foreword by Terence Conran.
74006: DAVID, SAUL: - Zulu. The heroism and tragedy of the Zulu War of 1879.
76796: DAVID, M. E.; - Professor David The Life of Sir Edgeworth David.
72244: DAVID, DANIEL: - The 1914 Campaign. August - October 1914. The Great Military Campaigns of History.
72110: DAVID MEARNS AND ROB WHITE - Hood and Bismarck
68873: DAVID C. K. WRIGHT - David and Joan:Themes Here and Around the World. SIGNED by Author
61961: DAVIDIS-HOLLE, HENRIETTE: - Praktisches Kochbuch. für die gewöhnliche und feinere küche. Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Unsangerinnen und angehenden hausfrauen. Neu bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Luise Holle
60517: DAVIDSON, JOHN: - Conifers, Junipers & Yew: Gymnosperms of British Columbia. Pictures Specially Drawn by Mrs. Ivy Abercrombie.
73227: DAVIDSON, GLADYS: - The Story of King Midas.
70342: DAVIDSON, D.A.: - Aegean Soils During the Second Millennium B.C. With Reference To Thera.
59391: DAVIE, W.GALSWORTHY / TANNER, HENRY: - Old English Doorways. A Series of Historical Examples from Tudor Times to the end of the XVIII Century. Ilustrated on seventy plates reproduced in collotype from photographs specially taken by W.Galsworthy Davie with historical and descriptive notes on the subjects including thirty four drawings and sketches by H.Tanner.
77038: DAVIES, N. M: - Egyptian Paintings. The King Penguin Books No. 71. Illustrated and Described by Nina M. Davies.
47573: DAVIES, W.H.: - My Birds.
43496: DAVIES, D.: - Fighting Ships. Ships of the Line 1793-1815.
63906: DAVIES, HUNTER: - William Wordsworth.
73749: DAVIES, GLANVILLE JAMES (ED.): - Touching Witchcrafte and Sorcerye. Publ. No. 9
70793: DAVIES, E.N. / NORTHEDGE, G.A.: - Mining and Minerals.
70507: DAVIES, C.S.L.: - Peace, Print and Protestantism 1480-1558. The Paldin History of England.
70115: DAVIES, R.E.: - The Shrewsbury Guide for Tourists. A Text Book of the Town and Its Surroundings. With plan and 40 illustrations.
70022: DAVIES, J.TREVOR: - Richmond Hill Story. A brief survey of the one hundred years of a great Church.
69926: DAVIES, KENNETH: - The Clyde Passenger Steamers.
69701: DAVIES, DAVID / VINES, MIKE: - Antique and Classic Aircraft.
64005: DAVIES, ANDREW: - A Very Peculiar Practice: The New Frontier.
76140: DAVIES, ELLIS; - The Prehistoric and Roman Remains of Flintshire. With a short appendix to “The Prehistoric and Roman Remains of Denbighshire.” (1929). With 203 Illustrations, and 3 Maps of the County showing all the sites.
76138: DAVIES, PETER: - Art in Poole and Dorset.
70687: DAVIS, S.C.H. (ED.): - MOTOR RACING (27). The Lonsdale Library
61943: DAVIS, WILLIAM: - Fantasy. A Practical Guide to Escapism.
71117: DAVIS, TERENCE: - Wareham Gateway to Purbeck.
69814: DAVIS, A.KENNARD: - The Three-Yard Ensign.
57429: DAVIS, TERENCE : - Wareham: Gateway to Purbeck.
53234: DAVIS, LINDSEY: - Iron Hand of Mars. Signed first edition.
66901: DAVIS, FRANK: - French Silver 1450-1825.
76369: DAVIS, DR. N.; - Carthage and Her Remains: Being an account of the Excavations and Researches on the site of The Phoenician Metropolis in Africa, and other adjacent places. Conducted un der the Auspices of Her Majesty’s Government.
66018: DAVISON, MARK / CURRIE, IAN: - Surrey in the Hurricane. October 16, 1987.
74260: DAVY, SIR HUMPHRY - CONSOLATIONS IN TRAVEL; or the Last Days of a Philosopher
65752: DAWLEY, R.L.(ED): - The Radio Handbook. Eleventh Edition.
68419: DAWSON, CAPT. LIONEL: - Sound of the Guns. Being an account of the wars and service of Admiral Sir Walter Cowan.
75389: DAY, FRANCIS; HOUGHTON, REV. W.; - Commercial Sea Fishes of Great Britain. AND The Natural History of Commercial Sea Fishes of Great Britain and Ireland. Prize Essays. International Fisheries Exhibition, London, 1883. Two Volumes in One.
74576: DAY, STEVE; - Wiltshire Moods
50549: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Rupert Brooke and the Intellectual Imagination. A Lecture.
74623: DE VERE (BART.), SIR AUBREY; - Mary Tudor, An Historical Drama, The Lamentation of Ireland. And Other Poems.
58397: DE MAUPASSANT, GUY: - St Anthony & Other Stories. Selected & Translated by Lafcadio Hearn.
73731: DE MUSSET, ALFRED: - Premieres Poesies, 1829-1835 / Poesies Nouvelles 1836-1852. Two volumes. Nouvelle edition. French language.
64316: DE SAUNIER, BAUDRY / DOLLFUS, CHARLES / DE GEOFFREY, EDGAR: - Histoire de la Locomotion Terrestre. History of transport. La Locomotion Naturelle, L’Attelage - La Voiture, Le Cyclisme, La Locomotion Mecanique, L’Automobile.
71242: DE CARTERET, A.R.: - The Story of Sark. The Island where Time Stands Still. Illustrated.
62544: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Peacock Pie.
67615: DE LA BILLIERE, GENERAL SIR PETER: - Supreme Courage. Heroic Stories from 150 Years of the The Victoria Cross.
55926: DE VRIES, PETER: - Forever Panting.
60984: DE LA MARE,WALTER: - O Lovely England. And other Plays.
73290: DE LA SIZERANNE, ROBERT: - The Early British School. The National Gallery - London.
73230: DE CHARDIN, PIERRE TEILHARD: - The Making of a Mind. Letters from a soldier-priest 1914-1919. Translated from the French by Rene Hague.
60027: DE PANGE, MAURICE: - The English School Days of a French Boy. Letters from Maurice de Pange.
69914: DE MIERRE, H.C.: - Clipper Ships to Ocean Greyhounds.
70868: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Poems. 1919 to1934.
70867: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Poems. 1901 to1918, two volumes.
70862: DE LA MARE, WALTER: - Bells and Grass. a book of rhymes. With illustrations by F.Rowland Emett.
65029: DE STAINES, V.D.: - Phonography; or the Writing of Sounds. In two parts, viz. locography, or universal writing of speech; and musicography, or symbolical writing of music; with a short hand for both.
60858: DE SELINCOURT, AUBREY: - The Regional Books. The Channel Shore.
56589: DE ANGELI, MARGUERITE: - The Door in the Wall.
54982: DE LA BILLIERE, SIR PETER: - Storm Command. A Personal Account of The Gulf War. Foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales.
54016: DE LA TORRE, LILLIAN: - 'Elizabeth is Missing' Or, Truth Triumphant: an Eighteenth Century Mystery Being a True and Complete Relation of Her Mysterious Disappearence.
51134: DE FOE, DANIEL - The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. ILLUSTRATED BY GRANDVILLE
70081: DEACON, MALCOLM: - Philip Doddridge of Northampton. 1702-51.
75071: DEAKIN, RALPH; - Southward Ho! With the Prince in Africa and South America. With a preface by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, K.G. L.
67113: DEAKIN, F.W. / STORRY, G.R.: - The Case of Richard Sorge.
68286: DEAR, I.C.B. (ED): - The Oxford Companion to the Second World War. Consultant editor M.R.D.Foot.
75098: DEARMER, PERCY; PENNELL, JOSEPH; - Highways and Byways in Normandy. (Pocket edition).
76765: DEBENHAM, FRANK; - Antarctica The Story of a Continent.
58468: DEEDES, W.F.: - Dear Bill. W.F.Deedes reports.
75383: DEERR, NOEL; - Cane Sugar: A Text-Book on the Agriculture of the Sugar Cane, THe Manufacture of Cane Sugar and the Analysis of Sugar House Products; Together with a Chapter on the Fermentation of Molases.
77288: DEFOE, DANIEL; BRAYLEY, E. W.; - A Journal of the Plague Year. Or, Memorials of the Great Pestilence in London, in 1665. Revised edition with Historical Notes by E. W. Brayley. Illustrated by Cruikshank. Also some account of the Great Fire in London in 1666, by Gideon Harvey. With an appendix containing the Earl of Clarendon’s Account of the Fire.
76037: DEIGHTON, LEN: - Mamista. Signed Limited Numbered Edition.
66046: DEIGHTON, LEN: - XPD.
74095: DEIGHTON, LEN / SCHWARTZMAN, ARNOLD: - Airshipwreck.
54601: DEIGHTON,H: - The Art of Lettering for Students. Incl.a Simple System for Beginners and Chapters on the Alphabet. Monograms. and Pen Lettering.
63900: DELAFORCE, PATRICK: - Wellington the Beau. The Life and Loves of the Duke of Wellington.
65791: DELANEY, PAUL: - D.H.Lawrence’s Nightmare. The writer and his circle in the years of the Great War.
64582: DELDERFIELD, R.F.: - The Adventures of Benn Gunn. With illustrations by William Stobbs.
64581: DELDERFIELD, R.F.: - Cheap Day Return.
64588: DELDERFIELD, R.F.: - Too Few For Drums.
64590: DELDERFIELD, R.F.: - For My Own Amusement.
70475: DELDERFIELD, ERIC R.: - West Country Historic Houses and their Families. Volume 2. Dorset, Wiltshire and North Somerset. Illustrated with photographs taken by the author.
70085: DELDERFIELD, ERIC R.: - West Country Historic Houses and their Families. Volume 2. Dorset, Wiltshire and North Somerset. Illustrated with photographs taken by the author.
68133: DELDERFIELD, E.R.: - Hardy Country of Dorset. Completely New and Different. The Visitor’s Brief Guide to the Hardy Country of Dorset. What to see in the towns and villages. Second edition. Compiled and edited by E.R.Delederfield and written by Monica Hutchings who are responsible for the photographs. No.13 of the Grey Guide Series.
69092: DELGADO, ALAN: - Victorian Entertainment.
67566: DELL, ETHEL M.: - The Rocks of Valpre.
68959: DEMPSEY, GUY C.: - Napoleon’s Army 1807-1814. as depicted in the prints of Aaron Martinet.
64064: DENLINGER, MILO G.: - The Complete Doberman Pinscher. Another Denlinger Book. Illustrated.
76672: DENT, C.T.: - Mountaineering The Badminton Library. With contributions by the W. M. Conway, D. W. Freshfield, C. E. Mathews, C. Pilkington, Sir F. Pollock, H. G. Willink, and an introduction by Mr Justice Wills.
40308: DENT, ALAN: - My Covent Garden. (London)
59081: DENT, C.T. (ET AL.): - MOUNTAINEERING. Badminton Library.
56293: DEREK, JEWELL: - Sellout.
76890: DES CLOIZEAUX, A.; - Manuel de Mineralogie In 3 volumes; Two text volumes plus Atlas volume (illustrations.)
75001: DESCHARNES, ROBERT; - The World of Salvador Dali
68932: DESMOND, RAY: - Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker. Traveller and Plant Collector.
70456: DETMOLD, E.J.: - The Arabian Nights Tales from the Thousand and One Nights.
44865: DEUTSCHES HEIMATLAND SERIE 29 - - Das Siebengebirge und Umbebung. Zeitz Original-Photokarten und Kleinphoto-Mäpchen.
65398: DEUTSCHES KUPFER-INSTITUT E.V. BERLIN. - Lead Bronze Bearings. English edition translated and published by the Copper Development Association.
65254: DEVEY, JOSEPH (ED) / LORD BACON: - The Moral and Historical Works of Lord Bacon including his Essays, Apothegms, Wisdom of the Ancients, New Atlantis, and Life of Henry the Seventh. With an introductory dissertation, and notes, critical, explanatory, and historical by Joseph Devey.
49096: DEWAR, GEORGE A.B./ THORBURN A. (ILL.): - Life and Sport in Hampshire.
73489: DEWEY, CLIVE: - Anglo-Indian Attitudes. The Mind of the Indian Civil Service.
54747: DEXTER, COLIN: - The Wench is Dead. An Inspector Morse Novel.
66592: DIAZ, BERNAL: - The Conquest of New Spain. Translated & Introduced by J.M.Cohen.
73599: DICKENS, CHARLES: - Stories of Children from Dickens. Told by his Grand-Daughter, Mary Angela Dickens, and others. With an introduction by Percy Fitzgerald. Illustrated by Harold Copping.
49372: DICKENS,CHARLES: - The Life Of Our Lord. Written expressly for His Children. Foreword by Lady Dickens.
75722: DICKENS, CHARLES / FURNISS, HARRY ( ILL.) / HAMMERTON, J. A. (ED.): - Charles Dickens Library. Edited by J. A. Hammerton. With original plates drawn especially for this edition by Harry Furniss. 18 volumes. In Publishers Bookcase.
74616: DICKENS, CHARLES; BUCKLAND, A.H.; - Martin Chuzzlewit Illustrated by A.H. Buckland.
74583: DICKENS, CHARLES: - The Battle of Life. A Love Story.
77098: DICKENS, CHARLES; BROWNE, HABLOT K.; - Works of Charles Dickens. “The Authors Favourite Edition. In Facsimile.” 22 volumes bound in 15 volumes. In Publishers Bookcase. Illustrated by H. K. Browne.
74376: DICKENS, CHARLES; - The Works of Charles Dickens. The Centenary Edition. 36 Volumes.
43758: DICKENS / BROWN, I: - Dickens in his Time.
71236: DICKENS, MONICA: - An Open Book.
77014: DICKENS, CHARLES: - Bleak House With Illustrations by H. K. Browne.
71424: DICKER, C.W.H. / PENTIN, HERBERT (EDS): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXXIII.
70055: DICKER, C.W.H. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXXII.
70053: DICKER, C.W.H.(ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXX.
75501: DICKINSON, MICHAEL; - Seventeenth Century Tokens of the British Isles and their Values. Based on Williamson, With Revisions, additions and valuations.
55201: DICKINSON, LT.COL.R.J.: - Officers' Mess - Life and Customs in the Regiments.
75217: DICKSON, WILLIAM; (CLERK FOR THE PEACE FOR NORTHUMBERLAND) - Death of King Edward 1st. Burgh-on-the-Sands. Cumberland. 7th July, 1307. SIGNED, Stamped by Author.
44902: DICTIONARY - - WHO’S WHO 1977. An Annual Biographical Dictionary.
56429: DIEKMANN, ANNE: - Das Grosse Liederbuch. 204 deutsch Volks-und Kinderlieder, gesammelt von Anne Diekmann, unter Mitwirkung von Willi Gohl, mit 156 bunten Bildern von Tomi Ungerer.
75633: DILLAYE, FREDERIC; CLERICE, CHARLES; - Les Etapes du Cirque Zoulof. Bibliotheque Du Journal Des Voyages. La Vie Aux Quatre Coins Du Globe. Illustrations de Charles Clerice.
58453: DIMNET, ERNEST: - The Art of Thinking.
75820: DISHER, MAURICE WILSON; - Blood and Thunder. Mid-Victorian Melodrama and its Origins.
62035: DISNEY,WALT: - Donald Duck and the Dragon's Lucky Charm. Pop-up Book
58813: DIVINE, A.D.: - Navies In Exile.
74901: DIXON, CHARLES; - Our Rarer Birds. Being Studies in Ornithology & Oology. With Twenty Illustrations by Charles Whymper and A Frontispeice by J.G. Keulemans.
76554: DIXON-SCOTT, J.: - England Under Trust. The Principal Properties held by the National Trust in England & Wales.
72384: DIXON, W.WILLMOTT: - Dainty Dames of Society. A Portrait Gallery of Charming Women. Portraits and Illustrations from rare and famous Pictures by Masters of British and French Schools.
70511: DIXON, KAREN R. / SOUTHERN, PAT: - The Roman Cavalry From the First to the Third Century AD.
59996: DIXON, CHARLES: - The Birds of Our Rambles. A Companion for the Country.
76525: DOBELL, MRS. HORACE; - Mrs. Horace Dobell At Home: A Life Sketch. Illustrated by Selections from her Works, Portraits and other Plates.
73194: DOBREE, BONAMY: - Restoration Comedy 1660-1720.
73073: DOBSON, AUSTIN: - The Story of Rosina and other verses by Austin Dobson. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson.
71667: DODDS, GLEN LYNDON: - Battles in Britain 1066-1746.
74646: DODINGTON / WYNDHAM, H.P: - The Diary of the late George Bubb Dodington, Baron of Melcombe Regis. From March 8, 1749 to February 6, 1761. With appendix containing some curious and interesting Papers.
73093: DODINGTON, GEORGE BUBB: - The Diary of the late George Bubb Dodington, Baron of Melcombe Regis: From March 8 1748-9 to February 6, 1761. With an Appendix containing some curious and interesting papers; which are either referred to, or alluded to, in the Diary. Now first published from His Lordship’s Original Manuscripts by Henry Penruddock Wyndham.
77232: DOMMASCH, HANS; - Prairie Giants
59917: DONAGHY, JOHN LYLE: - Primordia Caeca. Poems.
57184: DORMAN, BERNARD E.: - Norfolk.
74090: DORNER, JANE: - Fashion. The Changing Shape of Fashion Through the Years. With a Foreword by Elizabeth Ann Coleman.
42630: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Volume 4: NORTH.
66730: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Vol. 5: East.
50484: DORSET - - Who's Who in Dorset.
74344: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Dorset. Volume 3. Central. Parts 1 & 2.
74343: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Dorset. Volume 2. South-East. Parts 1,2 & 3.
73925: DORSET - - The Dorset Year Book, for 1928.
70513: DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL: - Development Plan. Education Act, 1944.
70512: DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL: - Development Plan. Education Act, 1944.
51697: DORSET - - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Vol. 5: East.
75310: DORSETSHIRE - WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Dorsetshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
74368: DORSETSHIRE (R.K. DAWSON) - Attractive original engraved TOWN PLAN of DORCHESTER. From The Reports Commissioners Municipal Corp Boundries Dorsetshire, Dorchester.
34757: DORST, JEAN: - The Migrations of Birds. Foreword by Roger Tory Peterson.
74473: DORSTERN, J. A. VAN; - Leicester’s Triumph
67062: DOSCHER, HANS-JURGEN: - Das Auswartige Amt im Dritten Reich. Diplomatie im Schatten der >Endlosung<. The Foreign Office of the Third Reich. Diplomacy in the Shadow of the Final Solution. German language.
58454: DOSTOEVSKY, FYODOR. (KOTELIANSKY, S.S. & MIDDLETON MURRY, J. TRANS.) - Letters and Reminiscences. Translated from the Russian.
61983: DOUCH, ROBERT: - A Handbook of Local History. Dorset. With A Supplement of Additions and Corrections to 1960.
66183: DOUCH, ROBERT: - A Handbook of Local History, Dorset.
74979: DOUDNEY, SARAH; - Thistle Down.
68895: DOUGALL, ROBERT (INTRO): - Thornburn’s Naturalist’s Sketchbook. With an introduction by Robert Dougall.
75021: DOUGHTY, C. M.; LAWRENCE, T. E.; - Travels in Arabia Deserta. Introduction by T. E. LAWRENCE. In Two Volumes.
72809: DOUGLAS, LORD ALFRED: - Sonnets.
63602: DOVER, MAJOR VICTOR: - The Sky Generals.
69547: DOWLEY, DR.TIM (ED): - The Bible in Stained Glass. Photographs by Sonia Halliday and Laura Lushington. Descriptive text by Laura Lushington.
54022: DOWNMAN, FRANCIS: - Not Claret.
75177: DOYLE, ARTHUR CONAN: - The Stark Munro Letters. Being a Series of 16 Letters written by J.Stark Munro, M.B.,to his friend and former Fellow-Student, Herbert Swanborough, of Lowell, Massachusetts, during the Years 1881-1884. Edited & arranged by A.Conan Doyle.
77101: DOYLE, A. CONAN; NEWNES, GEORGE; - THE STRAND MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. XV (15). January to June 1898.
73764: DOYLE, BRIAN (ED): - The Who’s Who of Children’s Literature. Signed copy.
75905: DOYLE, A. CONAN: - His Last Bow. Some Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes.
77102: DOYLE, A. CONAN; NEWNES, GEORGE; - THE STRAND MAGAZINE. An Illustrated Monthly. Vol. XVII (17). January to June 1899.
65722: DOYLE, SIR A. CONAN: - Micah Clarke A Tale of Monmouth’s Rebellion. (Adapted for School Use). With illustrations by H.M.Paget and H.R.Millar. New impression.
72310: DOYLE, SIR ARTHUR CONAN: - The Complete Sherlock Holmes. With all the original Strand Magazine illustrations by Sydney Paget, Walter Paget, Frank Wiles, Howard K.Elcock and others.
59919: DR & MRS TAYLOR, HOWARD: - Biography of James Hudson Taylor. Centennial Edition.
75134: DRABBLE, PHIL; - The County Books. Staffordshire.
66823: DRAHOTOVA, OLGA: - European Glass. Text by Olga Drahotova. Photographs by Gabriel Urbaek. Drawings by Ivan Kafka.
70665: DRAPER, JO: - A Dorchester Camera.
70172: DRAPER, JO: - Dorchester. The Archive Photographs Series. Signed copy.
70655: DRAPER, JO: - Dorset. The Complete Guide. Foreword by John Fowles.
69640: DRAPER, JO: - Dorchester Past. Signed copy.
57736: DRAWN & ENGRAVED BY WHESSEL - Exeter College.
72348: DRESSEL, JOACHIM / GRIEHL, MANFRED: - Fighters of the Luftwaffe.
72347: DRESSEL, JOACHIM / GRIEHL, MANFRED: - Bombers of the Luftwaffe.
72697: DREW, MARY: - Acton, Gladstone and Others. Signed copy.
68917: DREWETT, PETER / RUFLING, DAVID / GARDINER, MARK: - The South East to A.D.1000. A Regional History of England.
47633: DRINKWATER, JOHN: - Cumberland Hotel.
50378: DRINKWATER,JOHN: - A Book for Bookmen; Being Edited Manuscripts & Marginalia With Essays on Several Occasions.
58168: DRINKWATER, JOHN: - The Pilgrim of Eternity. Byron - A Conflict.
70848: DRINKWATER, JOHN: - Poems 1908-1914.
69294: DRINKWATER, J.F.: - Roman Gaul. The Three Provinces, 58 BC-AD 260.
71254: DRUMMOND, ALISON / DRUMMOND, L.R.: - At Home in New Zealand. an illustrated history of everyday things before 1865.
74883: DRYDEN, JOHN; - The Poetical works of John Dryden. With Illustrations.
64370: DRYDEN, ALICE (ED): - Memorials of Old Wiltshire. With many illustrations.
76854: DU MAURIER, DAPHNE; - My Cousin Rachel.
76855: DU MAURIER, DAPHNE; - Frenchman’s Creek.
73473: DU MAURIER, DAPHNE: - Frenchman’s Creek. 4/- Cheap Edition.
64597: DU MAURIER, DAPHNE: - The Glass Blowers.
77253: DU MAURIER, DAPHNE; - Four Cornish Novels. Jamaica Inn; Rebecca; Frenchman’s Creek; and; My Cousin Rachel. Four Volumes.
72966: DUBY, GEORGES / DAVAL, JEAN-LUC (EDS): - Sculpture. Vol I, From Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Vol II, From the Renaissance to the Present Day. Two volumes.
50213: DUCKETT, ELEANOR: - Medieval Portraits from East & West.
54617: DUCKETT, ELEANOR: - Medieval Portraits from East & West.
74020: DUERDEN, FRANK: - Yorkshire Dales. Great Walks. Photography by David Ward.
67564: DUFFIELD, ANNE: - Sugar Island.
73289: DUFFY, EAMON: - The Voices of Morebath. Reformation and Rebellion in an English Village.
76421: DUFFY / FISHER / GREENHILL / STARKEY / YOUINGS - The New Maritime History of Devon. Two Volumes - Volume I: From Early Times to the Late Eighteenth Century. & Volume II: From the Late Eighteenth Century to the Present Day.
64575: DUGDALE, GILES: - William Barnes of Dorset. With 9 Half-Tone Plates
71166: DUGDALE, GILES: - William Barnes. of Dorset. With 9 Half-Tone Plates.
75062: DUKE, MAJOR GENERAL SIR GERALD; - The History of The Royal Engineer Yacht Club.
55928: DUKE, MADELAINE: - Because Of Fear In The Night.
56004: DUKERS, ALEXANDER: - Max Klinger.
76535: (DULAC, EDMUND); QUILLER-COUCH, SIR ARTHUR; - The Sleeping Beauty and other fairy tales.
76540: DULAC, EDMUND; FITZGERALD, EDWARD; - Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. Rendered into English Verse by Edward Fitzgerald.
74991: DULCKEN, H. W.; - A Popular History of England. From the earliest period to the Jubilee of Victoria, Queen and Empress, in the Year 1887. Popular Histories of The Great Nations.
59226: DUMAS, ALEXANDER: - Pictures of Travel in the South of France. Illustrated with fifty engravings on wood.
74917: DUNCAN, MARTIN P. PROF.; - The Sea-Shore Natural History Rambles Series.
74523: DUNCAN, STANLEY / THORNE, GUY: - The Complete Wildfowler. Ashore and Afloat. .Fully illustrated with Practical Drawings and Diagrams and with many illustrations in half-tone.
76073: DUNCAN, JAMES; - The Natural History of Foreign Butterflies Illustrated by Thirty-three Coloured Plates; With Memoir and Portrait of Lamarck.
69435: DUNCAN, JANE: - My Friends the Miss Boyds.
69434: DUNCAN, JANE: - My Friend Flora.
69433: DUNCAN, JANE: - My Friends the Mrs Millers.
69430: DUNCAN, JANE: - My Friend Monica.
64285: DUNLOP, NIC: - The Lost Executioner. A Story of the Khmer Rouge.
54692: DUNN,L: - Liners and their Recognition.
76743: DUNSAY, LORD; - Plays of Gods and Men.
72326: DUPUY, COL. T.N.: - The Evolution of Weapons and Warfare.
72249: DUPUY, TREVOR NEVITT: - The Military Lives of Hindenburg and Ludendorff of Imperial Germany. Illustrated with maps.
71491: DUPUY, TREVOR NEVITT: - The Military Life of Gustavus Adolphus: Father of Modern War. Illustrated with maps.
68412: DUPUY, TREVOR NEVITT: - The War in the Air. The Military History of World War I.
66749: DURANT, HORATIA: - The Somerset Sequence. With an introduction by Sir Osbert Sitwell.
75529: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - The Black Book. A Novel.
73063: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - Mountolive. A novel.
72669: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - Nunquam. A novel.
66042: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - Tunc. A novel.
64032: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - Mountolive. A Novel.
63675: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - Cefalu. A Novel.
68977: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - Clea. A Novel.
68975: DURRELL, LAWRENCE: - Mountolive. A Novel.
75548: DUTHY, JOHN (THE LATE): - Sketches of Hampshire Embracing the Architectural Antiquities, Topography &c. of the Country Adjacent to the River Itchen. With plates of seats and of the Tesselated Pavement at Bramdean, Vignettes, and a Map, of the Country.
75086: DUTT, WILLIAM A.; PENNELL, JOSEPH; - Highways and Byways in East Anglia. (Pocket edition).
67981: DUTTON, DENYS: - Christie’s since the war. 1945-1958. An essay on taste, patronage and collecting. Privately printed for Christie, Manson& Woods, Ltd.
64118: DUVOISIN, ROGER: - They Put Out To Sea. The Story of the Map.
71251: DUXBURY, KEN: - Lugworm Island Hopping. Cornwall, the Scillies and Outer Hebrides with a Sailing Dinghy. With drawings, maps and photographs by the author.
77121: DYER, THOMAS HENRY; - The History of the Kings of Rome. With a Prefatory Dissertation on its sources and Evidence.
73688: DYMOCK, ERIC: - Postwar Sports Cars. The Modern Classics.
75004: DYMOND; - Dymond’s Essays. Laws of Christian Morality. Principles of Morality and Rights and Obligations.
70979: DYSON, JOHN: - Business in Great Waters. The story of British Fishermen.
75354: E. GOETZ KUNST; - Lucerne et Lac Des IV Cantons (Lake Lucerne and the Four Townships) Souvenir Album of Lucerne in Switzerland with 24 Mounted Early Colour Photographic Plates.
75284: E. N. DA C. ANDRADE: - A Brief History of The Royal Society. (1660-1960)
77047: EADIE, JOHN: - The Holy Bible With an Abridgement of the Commentaries of Scott and Henry. And containing also many thousand Critical and Explanatory Notes selected from The Standard Authors of Europe and America. The National Comprehensive Family Bible.
68393: EADON, STUART (ED): - Kamikaze the Divine Wind. A Collection of extracts from authors with personal experiences as Prisoners of War and the memories of the men of the British Pacific Fleet who helped to bring them home. Edited by Stuart Eadon, ex Lieutenant, RNVR.
75716: EADY, IRENE A.: - Jottings From Puddletown. Signed copy.
71310: EARL, BRYAN: - Cornish Mining. The Techniques of metal mining in the West of England, Past and Present.
71234: EARL ALEXANDER OF TUNIS: - The Paintings of Field Marshal Earl Alexander of Tunis. With an introduction by Edward Seago.
68676: EARL OF CARDIGAN: - The Life and Loyalties of Thomas Bruce. A Biography of Thomas, Earl of Ailesbury and Elgin, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to King Charles II and to King James II 1656-1741.
72794: EAST, GORDON: - An Historical Geography of Europe. With 58 maps.
60582: EASTWOOD, JOHN: - Farewell to Old Dorset.
74279: EATON, PETER / WARNICK, MARILYN - Marie Stopes A Checklist of Her Writings
54439: ECKSTEIN, GUSTAV: - Noguchi.
63665: EDE, H.S.: - Savage Messiah.
57145: EDE, JANET / VIRGOE, NORMA (EDS): - Religious Worship in Norfolk. The 1851 Census of Accommodation and Attendance at Worship. Norfolk Record Society Volume LXII 1998.
68699: EDEES, E.S.: - The Flora of Staffordshire. Flowering plants and ferns.
76733: EDELSTEN, DAVID; - Dorset Diaries. A Dog’s Life and Other Jottings.
76734: EDELSTEN, DAVID; - More Dorset Diaries. or Life after Perdita. With illustrations by Helen Mitchell & Becky Unwin. SIGNED.
75116: EDEN, SIR TIMOTHY: - The County Books. Durham. Volume One.
75115: EDEN, SIR TIMOTHY; - The County Books. Durham. Volume Two.
74057: EDMONDS, RICHARD: - Chelsea from the Five Fields to the World’s End. With eighteen drawings by Dennis Flanders.
76345: EDMONDS, CHARLES; - T. E. Lawrence. Author of ‘A Subaltern’s War.’
74552: EDWARD EARL OF CLARENDON; - The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year 1641. With the precedent passages, and actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy end, and conclusion thereof by the King’s blessed Restoration, and return, upon the 29th of May, in the Year 1660.
74482: EDWARDS, F. A.; - The Hampshire Antiquary and Naturalist: Two Volumes. Being the local notes and queries, reports of meetings of the Hampshire field club & other Archealogical and natural history matters reprinted from the “Hampshire Independent.”
50603: EDWARDS, E. D.( COMPILED BY): - The Dragon Book.
40025: EDWARDS, K.C. : - Nottingham and Its Region.
55304: EDWARDS, J.HUGH: - David Lloyd George the Man and the Statesman. Introduction by Marquess of Lothian. Two volumes.
75539: EDWARDS, COMMANDER KENNETH; - Seven Sailors
66703: EDWARDS, RALPH: - English Furniture. The Shorter Dictionary of English Furniture from the Middle Ages to the Late Georgian Period.
73292: EDWARDS, RALPH: - Hepplewhite Furniture Designs. from the Cabinet-Maker and Upholserer’s Guide 1794. With a preface by Ralph Edwards.
68112: EDWARDS, ANNE-MARIE: - In the Steps of Jane Austen. Photographs by Mike Edwards. Second edition. Signed copy.
76628: EDWARDS, FRANCIS; - The Gunpowder Plot. The Narrative of Oswald Tesimond alias Greenway. Translated from the Italian of the Stonyhurst Manuscript, edited & annotated by F.Edwards.
65640: EDWARDS, ELIZABETH: - Bournemouth Past.
65639: EDWARDS, ELIZABETH: - A History of Bournemouth. The Growth of a Victorian Town Signed by author
77089: EGAN, BERESFORD; ALCOCK, C. BOWER; - Baudelaire. Fleurs Du Mal. In Pattern and Prose. SIGNED. Limited Numbered Edition.
71849: EGAN, CONSTANCE: - Epaminondas and the Lettuces. Illustrated by A.E.Kennedy.
72983: EGLIN, JOHN: - The Imaginary Autocrat. Beau Nash and the Invention of Bath.
66881: EHRET, GLORIA: - Porzellan Battenberg Antiquitaten-Kataloge. German language.
54201: EHRLICHMAN, JOHN: - The Whole Truth. A novel.
71734: EILOBART, ARNOLD / ELSTOB, PETER: - The Flight of the Small World. Foreword by Lord Brabazon of Tara.
59716: EISEN, CLIFF / KEEFE, SIMON P.(EDS): - The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopaedia.
77252: ELDREDGE, NILES; - Reinventing Darwin. The Great Evolutionary Debate.
54477: ELEY, VINCENT: - A Monk at the Potter’s Wheel. The Story of Charnwood-Cistercian Ware. With a preface by BERNARD RACKHAM
49363: ELGOOD, G.S. (ILLS.) AUSTIN, ALFRED: - Lamia's Winter Quarters.
65063: ELIOT, GEORGE: - Daniel Deronda. Four books in three volumes. (Vol I has two books).
74495: ELIOT, GEORGE; HAMMOND, CHRIS; LEASK, WILLIAM; - Scenes of Clerical Life. Cover design by Talwin Morris. Illustrated by Keith Hammond. With an Introduction by William Keith Leask.
68019: ELIOT, GEORGE: - Wit and Wisdom of George Eliot. With a biographical memoir.
55099: ELIOT, GEORGE: - The Mill on the Floss. Bel Mooney.
54436: ELIOT / BULLETT, G: - George Eliot. Her Life and Books.
51440: ELIOT, SIR CHARLES - Japanese Buddhism With a memoir of the author by Sir Harold Parlett.
77254: ELIOT, GEORGE: - Complete Novels. Seven Volumes in Slipcases. Mill on the Floss; Adam Bede; Silas Mariner; Romola; & Fenix Holt; Middle March; Daniel Deronda.
70792: ELIS-WILLIAMS, M.: - Bangor. Port of Beaumaris. The Nineteenth Century Shipbuilders and Shipowners of Bangor.
70549: ELKS, BRIAN: - Come Back, Dinky Bumstead. Signed copy.
50142: ELLICOTT, EDWARD B.: - Rules and Ordinances of the Department of Electricity of the City of Chicago. With an Historical Appendix: Historical Summary of the Development of the Work of the Department of Electricity of the City of Chicago. 1864- 1900.
74139: ELLIOT, H.B. (ED): - The Golden Lattice. With a Frontispiece by Harold Copping.
53035: ELLIOTT, M.L.: - Shakspeares's Garden of Girls
68327: ELLIOTT, RALPH W.V.: - Thomas Hardy's English. Signed copy.
62951: ELLIOTT, JOHN: - Big Jack. My Sporting Life. Signed copy.
75884: ELLIS, GEORGE ALFRED; - The History and Antiquities of the Borough and town of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis. With the Athelhampton Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene, With Five Full-Page Plates.
74824: ELLIS, JIM; AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL OF NATIONAL TRUSTS; - Historic Places of Australia. Volume One. Historic Buildings of Australia: Volume Five. SIGNED. Limited Numbered Edition.
69903: ELLIS, JOHN: - Cassino The Hollow Victory. The Battle for Rome, January-June 1944.
69697: ELLIS, FRANK H.: - Canada’s Flying Heritage.
56174: ELLIS, PATRICIA (ED): - People of Today.
53335: ELLIS, ALEC. R.: - The Book Of Canoeing - How To Buy or Make Your Canoe, and Where To Take It.
51480: ELLIS, PETER BERRESFORD - A Dictionary of Irish Mythology.
63340: ELMES, HUGH: - Furthur Reminiscences of a Local Yokel: Wareham 1960 to 1980. Volume 2.
75418: ELTON J.F.; - Travel and Researches among The Lakes and Mountains of Eastern & Central Africa. From the journal of the late J. Frederick Elton. Edited and compiled by H.B. Cotterill. With Maps and Illustrations.
73387: ELTON, G.R.: - England Under the Tudors.
69784: ELVILLE, E.M.: - English Table Glass. Illustrated with photographs.
53205: ELVILLE, E.M.: - The Collector's Dictionary of Glass.
73957: ELWIN, MALCOLM: - The Life of Llewelyn Powys.
69199: EMILY G JONES - A Manual of Plain Needlework and Cutting-Out
67509: EMMONS, ELISE: - Songs for All Seasons. Signed copy.
61781: ENDER, THOMAS: - Galerie Hassfurther und die osterreichische Landschaftsmalerei 1793-1875. German Language.
73257: ENDICOTT, GRATTAN / HANSEN, BENT KEITH: - Commentary on the Laws of Duplicate Contract Bridge 1987.
54311: ENGEL, MATTHEW(ED): - Wisden Cricketer’s Almanac.
65635: ENGEL, MATTHEW (ED): - WISDEN Cricketers' Almanack 1997.
65631: ENGEL, MATTHEW (ED): - WISDEN Cricketers' Almanack 1994.
63925: ENGELMANN, WILHELM: - New Guide to Pompeii. Second revised edition. With 141 figures and a new map.
77191: ENGLE, ELOISE; PAANANEN, LAURI; - The Winter War. The Russio-Finnish Conflict 1939-40.
57733: ENGRAVED BY SKELTON FROM SKETCH J. MALCHAIR - Old Library of Exeter College.
57741: ENGRAVED BY T. ALLOM - BRANCEPETH CASTLE, DURHAM The Seat of William Russell, esq
51107: ERASMUS (SAREL [PSEUDONYM]). - Prinsloo of Prinsloodorp: A Tale of Transvaal Officialdom. Being incidents in the life of a Transvaal official, as told by His son-in-law, Sarel Erasmus, Late Public Prosecutor of Prinsloodorp, Market Master Of Kaalkop, Small-pox Tax Collector of Schoonspruit, Etc, etc.
71248: ERLEIGH, EVA: - The Little One’s Log: Baby’s Record. With foreword by Dr Eric Prichard. Illustrated by ERNEST H.SHEPARD.
69524: ESDAILE, KATHARINE A.: - English Church Monuments. 1510 to 1840. Introduction by Sacheverell Sitwell.
43536: ESPY, W. R.: - Words To Rhyme With, For Poets and Song Writers.
74641: EUGENIE, MADAME, FOA; - Bibliotheque Historique de La Jeunesse.
74639: EUGENIE, MADAME, FOA; - Les Soirees Du Vieux Chateau. Illustrees de Gravures sur Bois et de Quatorze Lithographies Par Ch. Delhomme et J.E. Demerville.
58794: EVANOVICH, JANET: - Two for the Dough.
58797: EVANOVICH, JANET: - Three to get Deadly. A Stephanie Plum Novel.
75614: EVANS, H. A.; - Highways and Byways in Northamptonshire & Rutland. (Pocket edition). Illustrations by Frederick L. Griggs.
75080: EVANS, H. A.; GRIGGS, FREDERICK L.; - Highways and Byways in Oxford and the Cotswolds. (Pocket edition).
75009: EVANS, HERBERT A.; GRIGGS, FREDERICK L.; - Highways and Byways in Northamptonshire and Rutland. With illustrations by Frederick L. GRIGGS. Pocket Edition.
69770: EVANS, MAURICE S.: - Black and White in South East Africa. A study in sociology. With a map.
36379: EVANS, JOAN: - The Endless Web. John Dickinson & Co. Ltd. 1804 - 1954.
67683: EVANS, JEFF: - The Book of Beer Knowledge. Essential wisdom for the discerning drinker.
70695: EVANS, MARTIN: - Inverness to Crewe. The British 4-6-0 Locomotive.
72247: EVANS, ANTHONY A.: - World War II. An Illustrated Miscellany.
69945: EVANS, COL M.H.H.: - Amphibious Operations The Projection of Sea Power Ashore. Foreword by Gen. J.H.A.Thompson.
69787: EVANS, GEORGE EWART: - Where Beards Wag All. The Relevance of the Oral tradition. With illustrations by David Gentleman.
55091: EVANS, GEORGE EWART: - Spoken History.
76363: EVELYN, JOHN; FRERE, WALTER; - A Devotionarie Book of John Evelyn of Wotton, 1620-1706. Now First Published with an Introduction by Walter Frere, Lately Bishop of Truro. Limited Numbered Edition.
66337: EVENS, G.KINNAIRD: - Romany’s Caravan Returns. With illustrations by the Author.
74817: EVERITT, NICHOLAS; - Shots from a Lawyer's Gun. Fifth Edition, Enlarged, with Table of Statutes; List of Cases; and Chapters on New Subjects. Illustrated by Wallace MacKay (contributor to “Punch”) and other artists.
66174: EWART, GAVIN: - Nine New Poems. Signed limited edition.
67583: EWING, JULIANA HORATIA: - Melchior’s Dream and other tales.
61964: EWING, JULIANA HORATIA: - Jackanapes. With Illustrations by Randolph Caldecott.
58680: EYRE, RICHARD: - Utopia and Other Places.
70954: EYRE-TODD, GEORGE: - Scotland Picturesque and Traditional. A Pilgrimage with Staff and Knapsack. With Fifty-seven Illustrations and Map.
75955: EYTON, REV. R. W.: - A Key to Domesday. Showing thew Method and Exactitude of its Mensuration, and the Precise Meaning of its More Usual Formulae. The Subject being specially exemplified by an Analysis and Digest of the Dorset Survey.
69965: FAIR, JOHN: - The Birds of Chesil Bank, the Fleet and Portland Harbour.
54614: FAIRBANK, JOHN: - China Perceived. Images & Policies in Chinese-American Relations.
49614: FAIRBRIDGE - - The Autobiography of Kingsley Fairbridge. With a Preface by The Right Hon. L. S. Amery and an Epilogue by The Hon. Sir Arthur Lawley.
55588: FAIRBROTHER, NAN: - New Lives, New Landscapes.
60792: FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J.: - The County Books. Yorkshire, East Riding. Introduction by Lord Middleton.
75130: FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J.; - The County Books. Yorkshire, East Riding.
75053: FAIRLIE, GERARD; - Calling Bulldog Drummond. Following Sapper.
67184: FALCONER, KEITH: - Guide to Englands Industrial Heritage. Introduction by Neil Cossons.
72349: FALCONER, JONATHAN: - The Bomber Command Handbook 1939-1945.
66737: FALKINER, RICHARD: - Investing in Antique Jewellery.
56990: FARJEON, ELEANOR: - Martin Pippin in the Apple-Orchard.
65211: FARJEON, ELEANOR: - First and Second Love. Sonnets.
67846: FARMAN, EDGAR: - The Bulldog. A Monograph. Third edition.
62342: FARQUARSON-COE, A.: - Ancient Industries and Handicrafts. Hants and Dorset.
70481: FARR, MICHAEL: - The Great Fire of Warwick 1694. The records of the commissioners appointed under an Act of Parliament for rebuilding the town of Warwick.
74661: FARRAR, FREDERIC W.; - Eric. Or, Little by Little. A Tale of Roslyn School.
47197: FATHER IGNATIUS / LYNE, REV. JOSEPH LEYCESTER: - The Restoration of the Jews to Palestine. A Sermon preached on Sunday, September 8, 1867. Being the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
75801: FAULKNER, ALAN H.: - The Grand Junction Canal.
72942: FAY, JOHN S.: - The Helicopter and how it flies. With drawings by Lucy Raymond.
47200: FEA, ALLAN: - Where Traditions Linger. Being Rambles through Remote England.
67364: FEA, ALLAN: - Picturesque Old Houses. Being the Impressions of a Wanderer off the Beaten Track. With numerous illustrations by the author.
66974: FEACHEM, RICHARD: - A Guide to Prehistoric Scotland.
70541: FEARON, ETHELIND: - Most Happy Husbandman. Decorated by Bernard Reynolds.
43839: FEDDEN, R.,AND OTHERS: - The Country House Guide Historic Houses in Private Ownership in England, Wales and Scotland
76744: FEDDEN, ROBIN: - Syria, An Historical Appreciation. Illustrated from Photographs mainly by A. Costa.
50414: FEILING, KEITH: - The Life of Neville Chamberlain:
69489: FELDMAN, LEW DAVID: - 1975 Fortieth Anniversary Catalogue containing forty selections from stock.
61071: FELLER, DR F.E.: - French- English, Francais-Anglais Dictionary. A new English and French Pocket Dictionary containing all the words indispensable in daily conversation: Admirably adapted for the use of travellers. Two volumes. nouveau dictionairre de poche Francais et Anglais contenant tous les mots indispensable a la conversation familiere, ainsi qu’aux vayageurs et hommes d’affaires. 36th edition.
76016: FENN, GEORGE MANVILLE; RAINEY, W.; - First in the Field. A Story of New South Wales. Illustrated by W. Rainey.
55293: FENN,GEO. MANVILLE: - Nat The Naturalist. A Boy's Adventures In The Eastern Seas.
55670: FENWICK, ELIZABETH: - Impeccable People.
64133: FERGUSSON, BERNARD: - Wavell. Portrait of a Soldier.
77133: FERGUSSON, JAMES; - Rude Stone Monuments in All Countries; Their Age and Uses. With Two Hundred and Thirty-Four Illustrations.
70743: FERGUSSON, BERNARD: - Return to Burma. Author of ‘Beyond the Chindwin’.
74666: FERNANDEZ, REV. DON FELIPE: - A New Practical Grammar of the Spanish Language: In Five Parts. The whole in Spanish and English, and calculated to render the Study of the Spanish Language, easy, comprehensive, and entertaining, to which is added, An English Grammar, for the Use of Spaniards. The Sixth edition, carefully revised and enlarged.
61798: FERRARRI, MIRIAM (ED): - The Taste of the Orient.
55908: FERRIS, PAUL: - Very Personal Problems.
58540: FERUSON, GREGOR: - Coup d’Etat. A Practical Manual.
66984: FEUCHTMULLER, RUPERT / BRANDSTATTER, CHRISTIAN: - Osterreichs Aufbruch in die Moderne, 1880-1980. Mit 463 Abbildungen, davon 108 in Farbe. German Language.
67055: FEUCHTWANGER, LION: - Jew Suss Translated by Willa and Edwin Muir.
73945: FIDLER, KATHLEEN: - Tales of the West Country. Illustrated by Charles Keeping.
74831: FIELD, NORMAN H.; FRERE, S.S.; - Dorset and the Second Legion. New Light on a Roman Campaign. Foreword by Professor Sheppard Frere.
74464: FIELDING, HENRY; - The Modern Husband. A Comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty’s Servants.
76646: FIGES, ORLANDO; - A People's Tragedy. The Russian Revolution 1891-1924. Two Volumes in Slipcase.
70332: FIGGIS, E.LENOX: - Focus on Gambling.
56238: FIGGIS, E. LENOX: - Challenge to Chance. Introduction by A.P.Herbert.
61653: FIGUIER, LOUIS: - Les Grandes Inventions Anciennes et Modernes dans les sciences, l’industrie et les arts. Ouvrage illustre, a l’usage de la jeunesse.
67181: FILBEE, MARJORIE: - Cottage Industries.
52206: FINBERG, H.P.R. - West-Country Historical Studies
63846: FINES, JOHN: - Who’s Who in the Middle Ages. From the Collapse of the Roman Empire to the Renaissance.
71184: FINLEY, M. I.: - The World of Odysseus. Introduction by Simon Hornblower.
67072: FINNEY, R.C.: - The Scarlet Ship. Illustrated by Harry Dixon.
75520: FIRKINS, PETER; - The Golden Eagles. Air Heroes of Two World Wars. SIGNED.
57270: FIRST EARL OF BIRKENHEAD (ED): - Fifty Famous Fights in Fact and Fiction. Selected and with Introduction by First Earl of Birkenhead.
76352: FIRTH, J. B.; GRIGGS, F. L. (ILL.); - Highways and Byways in Leicestershire. (Leather Pocket Edition).
76798: FIRTH SCOTT G.; - From Franklin To Nansen Tales of Arctic Adventure. Retold by G. Firth Scott. With Numerous Illustrations. New Edition.
73374: FISH, MARGERY: - Ground Cover Plants.
63977: FISHER, JAMES: - Rockall.
74677: FISHER, GEORGE; - The Instructor, or Young Man’s Best Companion. Containing Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic &c... In this work is Also Given A Compendium of the Sciences of Geography and Astronomy, And some Useful Interest-Tables. The Twenty-Eighth Edition, Corrected and Improved.
73414: FISHER, W.B.: - The Middle East. A Physical, Social, and Regional Geography. With 95 maps and diagrams.
67486: FISHER, ROSAMUND: - My Jungle Babies. Signed copy.
70992: FISHER, H.A.L.: - A History of Europe. A New and Revised Edition in Two Volumes. Including the Epilogue and Postscript covering the years 1934-7 & all additional maps. Vol I, From the Origins To The End of The XVII Century. Vol II, From the Opening of the XVIII Century to 1938.
70361: FISHER, JAMES: - The Shell Bird Book.
69540: FISHER, MURIEL E. / SATCHELL, E. / WATKINS, JANET M.: - Gardening with New Zealand plants shrubs and trees. New edition. Signed copy.
67235: FISHER, GRAHAM (ED): - Historic Britain. Britain’s Heritage of Famous Places and People Through the Ages.
55978: FISHER, NIGEL: - Iain Macleod. Introduction by Lord Boyle of Handsworth. Signed copy.
54222: FISHER, NIGEL: - Harold Macmillan. Signed copy.

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