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12741: (REYNOLDS STONE). SIEGFRIED SASSOON. - The Old Century and seven more Years. [With a title-vignette by Reynolds Stone]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
1709: SIEGFRIED SASSOON - Satirical Poems.
21207: M. SAUER - Expedition to the Northern Parts of Russia. [Facsimile re-issue].
22637: N. SAUL - "St. George's Chapel, Windsor, in the Fourteenth Century. George's Chapel, Windsor, in the Fourteenth Century."
22053: L. SAULNIER. - Le Repertoire de la Cuisine. Translated from the original French Edition by E. Brunet (Chef to the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe). British De Luxe Edition 1953 [Second Edition thus].
7431: T. SAUNDERS - West Country Regiments on the Somme.
2360: RUTH MANNING-SAUNDERS - The West of England.
27565: J. SAUNDERS - Next Time I'll Sing To You. A Play in Two Acts. [Foreword by Raleigh Trevelyan]. RALEIGH TREVELYAN'S PRESENTATION COPY (WITH AMENDMENTS) TO GEORGE RITCHIE
339: (MONOUX FAMILY). G.F. BOSWORTH AND C.D. SAUNDERS - Original Documents relating to the Monoux Family. Notes by Constance Demain Saunders.
14482: RUTH MANNING-SAUNDERS - Seaside England.
13589: M. SAUNDERS - Leave it to Madge.
26077: H. ST. G. SAUNDERS - The Green Beret. The Story of the Commandos 1940-1945. With a Foreword by Vice-Admiral The Earl Mountbatten of Burma.
8943: A.L. SAUNDERS (ED.) - London Topographical Record. Vol. XXIV. Edited by Ann Loreille Saunders.
7664: G.W. SAUNDERS - Notes of the History of the Hundred of Martock. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
6356: J. SAUNDERS. - "Saunders' Portraits and Memoirs of Eminent Living Political Reformers. The Portraits by George Hayter and other Eminent Artists, and the Memoirs by a Distinguished Literary Character. [With] a Sketch of the Progress of Parliamentary Reform."
21442: (FIELD-MARSHAL VISCOUNT ALLENBY). R. SAVAGE - Allenby of Armageddon. A Record of the Career and Campaigns of Field-Marshal Viscount Allenby. IN FULL MOROCCO
16462: SAVARIN [PSEUD. R.J. COURTINE] - Real French Cooking. With a Selection of outstanding Recipes from other Countries. Translated by E.M. Hatt. [Preface by Maurice Saillant-Curnonsky]. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH
10258: D. CROSSLEY AND R. SAVILE - "The Fuller Letters. Guns, Slaves and Finance 1728-1755."
21130: (G.D.H. COLE). ASA BRIGGS AND J. SAVILLE (EDS.) - Essays in Labour History. In Memory of G. .H. Cole 1889-1959. Edited by Asa Briggs and John Saville.
13338: A.C. SAVIN - Cromer in the County of Norfolk. A Modern History. [Preface by Oliver Locker-Lampson].
10130: N.A. SAVING - "Glimpses of Past Days. Being a Historical Survey of the Town and Parish of Winslow cum Shipton, As taken between the Years 1970-3."
16948: J.M. BRERETON AND A.C. SAVORY - The History of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment (West Riding) 1701-1992. [With a Foreword by Brigadier His Grace the Duke of Wellington]. SIGNED BY WELLINGTON
22742: T.H. SAVORY - The Spiders and Allied Orders of the British Isles. [Second Edition. Wayside & Woodland Series]. NEAR FINE COPY
14853: D. SAWARD - Victory Denied. The Rise of Air Power and the Defeat of Germany 1920-45.
18858: E. SAWFORD - Steam Locomotives 1-39999 Western and Southern.
20643: P. ARESTIS AND M. SAWYER (EDS.) - A Biographical Dictionary of Dissenting Economists. Biographical Dictionary of Dissenting Economists.
21015: R. SAWYER. - Lucinda's Year of Jubilo. Illustrated by Shirley Hughes.
19169: M. DE SAXE. - "The Prodigious Marshal. Being the Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Maurice de Saxe, Marshal of France, Son of the King of Poland, Conqueror of the English, Pretender to the Dukedom of Kurland, and Universal Lover. IN FULL MOROCCO"
16423: L.S. SAXON - Thomas E and Sisters. Compiled by Laurence S. Saxon. SIGNED COPY
25152: (C.S. LEWIS). G. SAYER - Jack. C. S. Lewis and his Times.
19587: DOROTHY L. SAYERS (TRANS.) - The Song of Roland. A New Translation by Dorothy L. Sayers. [Penguin Classics].
13095: R.S. SAYERS - The Bank of England 1891-1944. COMPLETE SET IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
27155: D.L. SAYERS - The Emperor Constantine. A Chronicle. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18151: DOROTHY L. SAYERS - "The Emperor Constantine. A Chronicle [in Three Acts, a Prologue and an Epilogue]. IN FULL MOROCCO"
23317: R. CROSS AND G. SCARBOROUGH. - Classic Aircraft No. 3: P-51 Mustang. Classic Aircraft No. 3. Their History and how to model them.
14665: J. SCARBOROUGH - Roman Medicine.
26374: R. CROSS AND G. SCARBOROUGH. - Classic Aircraft No. 1: Spitfire. Classic Aircraft No. 1. Their History and how to model them.
18157: SCARBOROUGH - "Mediaeval Castles, Country Houses and other Buildings and Places of Historic Interest in and near Scarborough."
23280: B. ROBERTSON AND G. SCARBOROUGH. - Classic Aircraft No. 5: Ju 87 Stuka. Classic Aircraft No. 5. Their History and how to model them.
27409: N. SCARFE - Cambridgeshire. [A Shell Guide]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19815: N. SCARFE - Assault Division. A History of the 3rd Division from the Invasion of Normandy to the Surrender of Germany.
27392: N. SCARFE - Suffolk. A Shell Guide. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1803: NORMAN SCARFE - Suffolk. A Shell Guide.
24459: NORMAN SCARFE - "A Shell Guide to Essex. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
19814: N. SCARFE - Assault Division. A History of the 3rd Division from the Invasion of Normandy to the Surrender of Germany. New Foreword by Michael Howard. Foreword to the First Edition by Field Marshal Montgomery of Alamein. [Second Edition].
18193: J. SCARR - Four Miles High.
21710: SIMON SCARROW - The Legion. NEAR FINE COPY SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
21713: SIMON SCARROW - The Gladiator. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27054: HJALMAR SCHACHT. - Account Settled. Translated by Edward Fitzgerald . FIRST ENGLISH EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17642: SIMON SCHAMA - A History of Britain. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
26999: JOSEPH VON SCHEFFEL. - Ekkehard. A Tale of the 10th Century. [Translated by Helena Easson. Everyman's Library]. SOLE APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
23370: J.R. MCCRARY AND D. SCHERMAN. - First of the Many. A Journal of Action with the Men of the Eighth Air Force. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27219: H. SCHLIEMANN - Troy and its Remains. A Narrative of Researches and Discoveries made on the Site of Ilium and in the Trojan Plain. Introduced by Caroline Moorehead. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
12185: HEINRICH SCHLIEMANN - Troy and its Remains. [Facsimile re-issue].
12186: HEINRICH SCHLIEMANN - "Ilios. The City and Country of the Trojans. The Results of Researches and Discoveries on the Site of Troy and throughout the Troad in the Years 1871, 72, 73, 78, 79. [Facsimile re-issue]."
27160: (JAMES JOYCE). B. SCHLOSSMAN - Joyce's Catholic Comedy of Language. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9058: P. SCHMALENBACH - Warship Profile 18: KM Bismarck Battleship. Battleship.
25291: P. SCHMALENBACH - Warship Profile 33: German Battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau. German Battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau.
12514: D.P. SCHMALENBACH - Warship Profile 6: KM Prinz Eugen. KM Prinz Eugen. Heavy Cruiser 1938-1947.
15663: H.A. SANDERS AND C. SCHMIDT - The Minor Prophets in the Freer Collection and the Berlin Fragment of Genesis.
9530: G. SCHMITT - Les Accords Secrets Franco-Britanniques de Novembre-Decembre 1940. Histoire ou Mystification. A CHATHAM HOUSE COPY
18101: G. KOOP AND K-P. SCHMOLKE - Battleship Scharnhorst [Military Book Club edition]. attleship Scharnhorst [Military Book Club edition].
24263: G. KOOP AND K-P. SCHMOLKE - "Heavy Cruisers of the Admiral Hipper Class: Admiral Hipper, Blucher, Prinz Eugen, Seydlitz , Lutzow. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
5459: G. KOOP AND K-P. SCHMOLKE - Battleship Tirpitz. [Military Book Club edition].
13429: E. SCHNABEL. - The Footsteps of Anne Frank. Translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston.
24890: A.H. SCHOFIELD - "The West Sussex Coast and Downs. Report of the Arundel, Littlehampton, East Preston and District Joint Town Planning Advisory Committee."
19200: B.B. SCHOFIELD - Loss of the Bismarck. Sea Battles in Close Up 3.
19203: B.B. SCHOFIELD - The Attack on Taranto. Sea Battles in Close Up 6.
1726: "(UNITED NEWSPAPERS, LTD.). G. SCHOFIELD" - The Men that carry the News. A History of United Newspapers Limited.
17823: B.B. SCHOFIELD - Operation Neptune. Sea Battles in Close-Up 10.
20409: B.B. SCHOFIELD - The Arctic Convoys. [Maps and Drawings by Ronald Nydegger Jr].
110: (JOHAN GUTENBERG). V. SCHOLDERER - Johan Gutenberg. The Inventor of Printing.
27473: A. SCHOM - Emile Zola. A Bourgeois Rebel. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20215: A. SCHOM - One Hundred Days. Napoleon's Road to Waterloo.
12849: H.J. SCHONFIELD - The Passover Plot. New Light on the History of Jesus.
20466: CHARTERHOUSE SCHOOL - Charterhouse Register 1872-1900.
20507: CHARTERHOUSE SCHOOL - Charterhouse. An Open Examination written by the Boys.
13521: ARNOLD LODGE SCHOOL - [Prospectus for] Arnold Lodge School. Preparatory School for Boys. Principal: H.D.P. Hall.
596: FELSTED SCHOOL - The Foundation Deeds of Felsted School and Charities. With introductory Note by Andrew Clark.
19561: ELSTREE SCHOOL - A History of Elstree School and Three Generations of the Sanderson Family. History of Elstree School and Three Generations of the Sanderson Family.
793: UPPINGHAM SCHOOL - Uppingham School Roll: 1888-1960. Eighth Edition.
25021: ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER. - The World as Will and Idea. Translated by R. . Haldane and J. Kemp. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
10588: M. SCHREIBER. - Silent Rebels. The True Story of the Raid on the Twentieth Train to Auschwitz. Foreword by Paul Spiegel. [Translated by S. Whiteside].
191: (RUPERT BROOKE). (EDWARD MARSH). (CHRISTOPHER HASSALL). JOHN SCHRODER. - "Catalogue of Books and Manuscripts by Rupert Brooke, Edward Marsh and Christopher Hassall. Collected, compiled and annotated by John Schroder, with a frontispiece by Joan Hassall."
13491: (JOSEPH V. MCMULLAN). U. SCHUERMANN (COMP.) - Islamische Teppiche. The Joseph V. McMullan Collection. New York.
22144: ALBERT SCHWEITZER. - From my African Notebook. Translated by Mrs. C.E.B. Russell. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH
9339: (J.W.S. ARMSTRONG). J. SCOBELL - Victorian Verses. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
14738: C. FOLEY AND W.I. SCOBIE. - The Struggle for Cyprus.
25661: C.I. SCOFIELD (ED.) - "The Scofield Reference Bible. The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments. Authorized Version with a new System on connected topical References, with Annotations, revised marginal Renderings [and] a new System of Paragraphs. NEAR FINE COPY"
17136: G.F. SCORE - Guide to Wimborne Minster: its Monuments and Curiosities.
22705: A.G. SCORER - The Entomologist's Log-Book and Dictionary of the Life Histories and Food Plants of the British Macro-Lepidoptera.
20587: MARTIN SCOTT. - The Restoration of Windmills and Windpumps in Norfolk. Research and Text by Martin Scott. Book Design and Drawings by Mel Harris. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
16970: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). ROBERT FALCON SCOTT - The Diaries of Captain Robert Scott. A Record of the Second Antarctic Expedition 1910-1912. [With an Introduction by Peter Scott]. 'I DO NOT THINK I CAN WRITE MORE'. SOLE EDITION IN FACSIMILE
26256: T. SCOTT - The Observer's Book of Golf. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
24884: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC) ROBERT FALCON SCOTT. - Scott's Last Expedition. The Journals of Captain R. . Scott. Illustrated with Photographs by Herbert Ponting. [Introductions by J.M. Barrie and Clements R. Markham]. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
26335: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). ROBERT FALCON SCOTT. - "Scott's Last Expedition. Diaries, 26 November 1910 - 29 March 1912. [Preface by Clements R Markham]. SCOTT AND PONTING REUNITED AFTER ALMOST A CENTURY"
26338: J.M. SCOTT - The Book of Pall Mall. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14884: PETER SCOTT - The Eye of the Wind. An Autobiography.
12687: WALTER SCOTT - "Tales of My Landlord with the Author's Last Notes and Additions, and a Glossary. First Series. Black Dwarf. Old Mortality. FIRST CONTINENTAL EDITIONS IN ENGLISH"
10177: W.F. SCOTT - London and the Thames Valley. Maps by Marc Sale.
18919: PETER SCOTT - A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World. [Third Edition].
17844: PETER SCOTT - Key to the Wildfowl of the World [Second and Revised Impression]. A CLASSIC IN THE ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
27053: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). ROBERT FALCON SCOTT. - Scott's Last Expedition. The Journals. With a Foreword by Sir Peter Scott. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25907: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). ROBERT FALCON SCOTT. - "Scott's Last Expedition. Arranged by Leonard Huxley. With a Preface by Sir Clements Markham. [Biographical Introduction by J.M. Barrie]. [Second Impression thus]. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
19060: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). ROBERT FALCON SCOTT - The Voyage of the Discovery. [Popular Edition].
23203: (EIKON BASILIKE). J.L. SCOTT - "The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in his Solitudes and Sufferings. [With four Prayers]. A Reprint of the Edition of 1648, and a Facsimile of the original Frontispiece, with an Introduction. FRESH LIGHT ON SOURCES"
22333: CLIVE CUSSLER AND J. SCOTT. - The Wrecker. [An Isaac Bell Adventure]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19996: PETER SCOTT - Observations of Wildlife. [Foreword by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh]. 200 COPIES WERE PRINTED
19988: S.H. SCOTT - The Observer's Book of Cacti and other Succulents. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
912: H.L. SCOTT - Secret Sussex. Photographs by John Milner.
17770: PETER SCOTT - Wild Chorus. LIMITED SIGNED EDITION
17769: PETER SCOTT - Morning Flight. 750 COPIES WERE PRINTED
19757: (LUCY WALTER). G. SCOTT - Lucy Walter. Wife or Mistress.
7645: A. JOHNSON AND G.W. SCOTT. - Byzantium.
12370: PAUL SCOTT - The Birds of Paradise.
13965: S.R. SCOTT - "Mosquito Thunder. No. 105 Squadron RAF at War 1942-5, Foreword by Air Marshal Sir Ivor Broom."
13703: "(VICKERS, LTD.). J.D. SCOTT" - Vickers. A History.
19997: PETER SCOTT - Observations of Wildlife. [Foreword by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh].
275: (PALL MALL GAZETTE). J.W.R. SCOTT - "The Story of the Pall Mall Gazette, of its first Editor Frederick Greenwood, and of its Founder George Murray Smith."
12429: WALTER SCOTT. - The Lady of the Lake. Edited with Notes by William J. Rolfe. With Illustrations.
12319: WALTER SCOTT - "The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. IN FULL MOROCCO"
13987: K. HARE-SCOTT - For Valour.
18093: E. SCOTT - Hove. A Pictorial History.
24871: GEORGE GILBERT SCOTT - Remarks on Secular & Domestic Architecture Present & Future.
21871: CLIVE CUSSLER AND J. SCOTT. - The Race. [An Isaac Bell Adventure]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
425: (CHARLES I). (EIKON BASILIKE). J.L. SCOTT - "The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in his Solitudes and Sufferings. [With four Prayers]. A Reprint of the Edition of 1648, and a Facsimile of the original Frontispiece, with an Introduction throwing fresh light upon the Authorship of the Work."
19196: P. SCOTT - The Battle of the Narrow Seas. A History of the Light Coastal Forces in the Channel and North Sea 1939-1945. [Second Impression].
5110: (GILBERT WHITE). W.S. SCOTT - White of Selborne. [Foreword by June Chatfield].
18563: PETER SCOTT - Wild Chorus. FIRST TRADE EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
8992: G.S. SCOTT - "A Short History of the Church of St. Faith, Havant."
1039: A.B. SCOTT - Old Days and Ways in Newton Mearns.
6971: WALTER SCOTT - "Peveril of the Peak. [With Introduction, Prefatory Letter, Notes and Index]. CONTEMPORARY THEME BINDING"
18843: PETER SCOTT - A Coloured Key to the Wildfowl of the World. [Fourth Edition]. A CLASSIC IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26023: PAUL SCOTT - The Jewel in the Crown. A Novel. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16449: I. SCOTT - My War at Sea. [Foreword by Admiral Sir William James].
15347: G. DAVIES-SCOURFIELD - "In Presence of My Foes. A Memoir of Calais, Colditz and Wartime Escape Adventures."
21584: W. SCROPE - "Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in the River Tweed. Illustrated by Sir David Wilkie, Sir Edwin Landseer, Charles Landseer, William Simson and Edward Cooke. [?Third Edition]. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
14172: SCRUTINY. - A Quarterly Review. A Quarterly Review. Vol. XIX No. 4 October 1953 [this part only].
14170: SCRUTINY. - A Quarterly Review.. A Quarterly Review. Vol. I No. 4 March 1933 [this part only].
14168: SCRUTINY. - Scrutiny Vol. XII 1943-44. A Quarterly Review. Vol. XII 1943-44 [Three parts (of four) only].
14166: SCRUTINY. - A Quarterly Review.. A Quarterly Review. Vol. XVII 1950-51 [Three parts (of four) only].
14167: SCRUTINY. - A Quarterly Review. A Quarterly Review. Vol. XVIII 1951-52 [Complete volume in parts].
14171: SCRUTINY. - A Quarterly Review.. A Quarterly Review. Vol. II No. 4 March 1934 [this part only].
14165: SCRUTINY. - A Quarterly Review.. A Quarterly Review. Vol. XVI 1949 [Complete volume in parts with Index].
26995: PETER SCUDAMORE - Scu. The Autobiography of a Champion. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
23330: J. SCUTTS - Aces and Pilots of the US 8th/9th Air Forces. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26570: LEIGH-ON-SEA - Leigh-on-Sea. A Town Guide. FINE COPY
12367: SOUTHEND-ON-SEA SOUTHEND-ON-SEA. - "Street Plan of Southend, Thorpe Bay, Shoeburyness with Road Maps of Essex, Enlarged Town Centre Plan & 'Miles from Southend' Mileage Chart."
17696: POXED AND SCURVIED. THE STORY OF SICKNESS AND HEALTH AT SEA. - "8vo., First Edition, with plates; cloth, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
4777: EDWARD SEAGO - Peace in War.
24297: E. SEAGO - "A Canvas to Cover. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
14194: E. SEAGO - With the Allied Armies in Italy. [Foreword by Field-Marshal Sir Harold Alexander]. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
25869: G.S. SEAGRAVE - Burma Surgeon.
22259: PIA SEIJA SEAGRAVE (ED.) - The History of the Irish Brigade. A Collection of Historical Essays. Edited by Pia Seija Seagrave. FINE COPY
8853: (MERCHANT NAVY). MISSIONS TO SEAMEN - Convoy X.K. 234 arrives. The War-time Story of the 'Flying Angel'. [Foreword by Admiral Sir Percy Noble].
22265: R. SEAMER - The Floating Inferno. The Story of the Loss of the Empress of Britain. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2669: SEAN O'CASEY - Five Irish Plays.
20606: SEAN O'CASEY - Sunset and Evening Star. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25802: SEAN O'FAOLAIN - The Story of Ireland. [Britain in Pictures series]. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22835: SEANGLER - Flatfish. How to Catch Them [How to Catch Them series].
19797: ALFRED B. SEARLE - Clay and what we get from it.
20575: D. SEATON - A Tiger and a Fusilier. Leicester's VC Heroes. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
24463: (DOCTOR EDWARD ADRIAN WILSON). GEORGE SEAVER. - Edward Wilson of the Antarctic. Naturalist and Friend. Together with a Memoir of Oriana Wilson. With an Introduction by Apsley Cherry-Garrard. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21457: ALICE SEBOLD - The Lovely Bones. A Novel. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15162: ALICE SEBOLD - The Almost Moon. A Novel.
14550: T. SECKER - "The Duties of the Sick, Stated and Enforced. A New Edition, with a Preface, a Few Variations, and Additions [by Thomas Stevens]. IN THE ORIGINAL BOARDS"
11299: RICHARD SEDDON - A Hand Uplifted.
2126: M.E. SEEBOHM - The Evolution of the English Farm.
21043: FREDERIC SEEBOHM - "The Oxford Reformers of 1498: being a History of the Fellow-Work of John Colet, Erasmus, and Thomas More."
23424: J.R. SEELEY - A Short History of Napoleon I. Third Thousand. IN CONTEMPORARY PRIZE BINDING
27862: E. SEKIGAWA - Pictorial History of Japanese Military Aviation. Translated by Miss C Uchida. English Version edited by David Mondey. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9419: J. SELBY - The Road to Yorktown.
8773: E. SELBY - Teynham Manor and Hundred (1798-1935). [Second Edition]. With additional Illustrations.
19239: SELFRIDGE'S - "Selfridge's Household Encyclopaedia. A Book of Household Reference comprising Cookery and Household Recipes, useful Medical and Gardening Information, a simple Guide to Etiquette and Hints for the Toilet."
14860: SELHAM - "St. James Church, Selham. James Church, Selham. A Church Guide."
3581: A. SELIGMAN. - "No Stars to Guide. Decorations by Konstance Pares. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
27065: A. SELIGMAN. - No Stars to Guide. Decorations by Konstance Pares. IN FULL MOROCCO
16086: A. SELIGMAN - "War in the Islands. Undercover Operations in the Aegean 1942-4. Recalled by Men of the Levant Schooner Flotilla, the Greek Sacred Company and Aegean Raiding Forces. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR"
20014: A. SELIGMAN - No Stars to Guide. Decorations by Konstance Pares.
13559: L. SELLERS - "The Hood Battalion: Royal Naval Division. Antwerp, Gallipoli, France 1914-1918."
16713: U. MOHR AND A.V. SELLWOOD - Atlantis. The Story of a German Surface Raider. As told to A.V. Sellwood.
16346: A. SELLWOOD AND M. SELLWOOD. - The Victorian Railway Murders.
18427: T.J. CAIN AND A.V. SELLWOOD - HMS Electra. As told to A. . Sellwood. [Second Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24583: CHARLES SELTMAN - A Book of Greek Coins. [King Penguin 63]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5376: F. SELWYN - Hitler's Englishman. The Crime of 'Lord Haw-Haw' [William Joyce].
11967: M. SEN - India's Bandit Queen.
24640: C.H. SENN - "Luncheon and Dinner Sweets including the Art of Ice-Making. (Entirely New and Enlarged Edition). BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
12353: T. SEREL - "Historical Notes on the Church of Saint Cuthbert, in Wells; the Priory of St. John, College of La Mountery, and Chapels formerly at Southover, Southway, Polsham, and Chilcote. John, College of La Mountery, and Chapels formerly at Southover, Southway, Polsham, and Chilcote."
18228: G. SERENY - Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth.
25929: (FRANZ STANGL). G. SERENY - Into That Darkness. From Mercy Killing to Mass Murder. First UK Edition]. THE ORIGINAL EDITION: NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27700: G. SERENY - Albert Speer: his Battle with Truth. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
30659: "SERGEANT PEARMAN'S MEMOIRS. BEING, CHIEFLY, HIS ACCOUNT OF SERVICE WITH THE THIRD (KING'S OWN) LIGHT DRAGOONS IN INDIA FROM 1845 TO 1853, INCLUDING THE FIRST AND SECOND SIKH WARS. EDITED BY THE MARQUESS OF ANGLESEY. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with plates, maps in the text, and endpaper maps in blue and black; regimental blue cloth, upper board blocked in gilt with crest, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in dustwrapper, the latter lightly rubbed at extremities."
19681: P.W. SERGEANT - The Ruler of Baroda. An Account of the Life and Work of the Maharajah Gaekwar. IN FULL MOROCCO
20629: RING-O-ROSES SERIES - 1. Billy Bun. 1. Billy Bun. FIRST APPEARANCE OF BILLY BUN
12116: ROBERT W. SERVICE - The Rhymes of a Red-Cross Man.
20674: THE GEORDIE GUNBOAT. THE STORY OF HMS NEWCASTLE. [A CELEBRATION OF 25 YEARS CONTINUOUS SERVICE. - "Roy. 8vo., First Edition, with very numerous coloured and monochrome photographs in the text; original pictorial wrappers, a fine copy."
27290: R. SETH - "The Fiercest Battle. The Story of North Atlantic Convoy ONS 5, 22nd April - 7th May 1943. Foreword by Rear-Admiral P.W. Gretton. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
12327: VIKRAM SETH - Two Lives.
26361: R. SETH - "The Undaunted. The Story of Resistance in Western Europe. RIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
6063: R. SETH - "Two Fleets surprised. The Story of the Battle of Cape Matapan: Mediterranean, March 1941. Foreword by His Excellency Admiral Angelo Iachino, C-in-C of the Italian Fleet at Matapan and Admiral Sir William James. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
13563: TIM SEVERIN - Crusader. By Horse to Jerusalem. Photographs by Peter Essick.
20264: TIM SEVERIN - Viking. Odinn's Child [with] Viking. Sworn Brother [with] Viking. King's Man. THE 'VIKING' TRILOGY COMPLETE
22332: TIM SEVERIN. - "The Jason Voyage. The Quest for the Golden Fleece. Drawings by Trondur Patursson. Photographs by John Egan, Seth Mortimer and Tom Skudra. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
22634: TIM SEVERIN - Viking. King's Man. FINE COPY SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
15338: TIM SEVERIN - Corsair. The Adventures of Hector Lynch.
15339: TIM SEVERIN - Corsair [with] Buccaneer [with] Sea Robber. THE HECTOR LYNCH TRILOGY COMPLETE
27200: M. SEVERN - "Sadler's Wells Ballet at Covent Garden. A Book of Photographs by Merlyn Severn. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25010: MARQUISE SEVIGNE. - "Memoires touchant la Vie et les Ecrits de Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, Dame de Bourbilly Marquise de Sevigne, Durant la Guerre de Louis XIV contre la Hollande, suivis de Notes et d'eclairoissements par C-A Walckenaer. [Edited by C-A. WALCKENAER]. IN PERIOD BINDING"
14270: G. SEWELL - A Wessex Notebook. Houses and People.
14129: ANNA SEWELL. - Black Beauty. [Illustrated by Stanley Lloyd].
5154: J. SEYMOUR. - England Revisited. A Countryman's Nostalgic Journey. Drawings by Eric Thomas.
18423: M. SEYMOUR - Shakespeare's Stories simply told. Tragedies and Histories.
19897: E.B. MORGAN AND E. SHACKLADY - "Spitfire: The History. The History. Fifth Impression, Revised."
14671: ERNEST HENRY SHACKLETON - Arctic Journeys. The Story of the Oxford University Ellesmere Land Expedition 1934-5. With a Preface by Lord Tweedsmuir. IN FULL MOROCCO
20839: ERNEST HENRY SHACKLETON. - "The Heart of the Antarctic. Being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909. With an introduction by Hugh Robert Mill, an account of the first journey to the South Magnetic Pole by Prof. T.W. dgeworth David."
20942: KEITH SHACKLETON. - Tidelines. With a Foreword by Peter Scott.
25246: THOMAS SHADWELL. - The Complete Works of Thomas Shadwell. Edited by Montague Summers. EDITION LIMITED TO 90 COPIES
18459: L.W. SHAKESPEAR - History of the 2nd King Edward's Own Gurkha Rifles (Sirmoor Rifles).
23711: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE - The Cambridge Shakespeare Library. FINE SET
27853: W. SHAKESPEARE - As You Like It. [Edited from the original Text by G.B. Harrison. Penguin Shakespeare]. NEAR FINE COPY
19339: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - The Second Part of King Henry VI. The Second Part of King Henry VI. Edited by Andrew S. Cairncross.
22056: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - King Richard II. [Edited by John Dover Wilson].
22055: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - King John . [Edited by John Dover Wilson].
11581: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE - "Catalogue of the Books, Manuscripts, Works of Art, Antiquities and Relics at present exhibited at Shakespeare's Birthplace. NEAR FINE COPY"
14355: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - Shakespeare's Life and World. Compiled and introduced by Katherine Duncan-Jones.
27777: W. SHAKESPEARE - Love's Labour's Lost. 1598. Shakespeare Quarto Facsimiles No. 10. [Introduction by W.W. Greg]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
27458: W. SHAKESPEARE - "The Works of Shakspere [Shakespeare]. Imperial Edition. Edited by Charles Knight. With Illustrations on Steel. BRIGHT, CLEAN, FIRM COPY IN PUBLISHER'S HALF MOROCCO"
14133: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - Coriolanus. A Facsimile of the First Folio Text. With an Introduction by John Dover Wilson and a List of Modern Readings.
14269: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - The Royal Shakespere [Shakespeare]. The Poet's Works in Chronological Order from the Text of Professor Delius. With 'The Two Noble Kinsmen' and 'Edward III' and an Introduction by F.J. Furnivall. THE ROYAL SHAKESPERE COMPLETE
25107: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - William Shakespeare. The Sonnets & A Lover's Complaint. Introduction by Katherine Duncan-Jones. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
24925: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. - Julius Caesar. A Facsimile of the First Folio Text. With an Introduction by John Dover Wilson and a List of Modern Readings. WITH FIRST FOLIO LINE INDICATOR
27397: T. SHARP - Northumberland. A Shell Guide. [Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED SECOND STATE DUSTWRAPPER
24034: C. SHARP - "History of Hartlepool. Being a Reprint of the original Work published in 1816 with a Supplemental History to 1851, inclusive. [Fourth Impression thus]. FINE COPY"
7868: B. SHARPE - Handbook & Guide [to] Rye Winchelsea & Northiam. Foreword by Sheila Kaye-Smith.
2517: M. SWIFT AND M. SHARPE - Historical Maps of World War II: Europe.
23134: RICHARD BOWDLER SHARPE. - Sharpe's Birds of Paradise. [Monograph of the Paradiseidae and Ptilonorhynchidae]. Foreword by David Attenborough. Introduction by Errol Fuller. [With separate Commentary Volume]. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
25901: J. SHAW - "Special Force. A Chindit's Story. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
18069: (WINIFRED HOLTBY). M. SHAW - The Clear Stream. A Life of Winifred Holtby.
4812: F.H. SHAW - Stirring Deeds of Britain's Naval Might.
481: GEORGE BERNARD SHAW - The Adventures of the Black Girl in her Search for God. WITH AUTHOR's A.L.s
22411: F. SHAW AND J. SHAW. - We Remember D-Day. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26037: GEORGE BERNARD SHAW. - Bernard Shaw. Collected Letters 1874-1897. Edited by Dan H. Laurence. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26725: GEORGE BERNARD SHAW - [The Plays of Bernard Shaw]. Complete set. BOXED SET
25626: W.N. SHAW - Forecasting Weather. IN FULL MOROCCO
10802: J. SHAW - "Parish Law: or, a Guide to Justices of the Peace, Ministers, Church-Wardens, Overseers of the Poor, Constables, Surveyors of the Highways, Vestry-Clerks and all Others concern'd in Parish Business. Fourth Edition."
16700: J. SHELDON - The German Army at Ypres - 1914.
26352: PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY. - The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Edited by Thomas Hutchinson. [Oxford Standard Authors edition].
20842: PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY - Epipsychidion. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
18342: PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY. - The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Edited by Mrs. Shelley. FIRST AUTHORIZED EDITION IN CONTEMPORARY BINDING
1251: M. SHELLIM - The Daniells in India and the Waterfall at Papanasam.
11972: B. SHEPHARD - After Daybreak. The Liberation of Belsen 1945.
18674: M. SHEPHARD - Chub. How to Catch Them [Fourth Impression].
22415: DAVID SHEPHERD. - An Artist in Africa. Foreword by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh. Introduction by Nigel Sitwell. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
23366: E.W. SHEPPARD - "Britain at War. The Army. From January 1941 to March 1942. A Complete Record in Text and Pictures. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25268: F.H.W. SHEPPARD (ED.) - Buildings Survey of London. The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair. COMPLETE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
8760: F. SHEPPARD - Robert Baker of Piccadilly Hall and his Heirs.
15810: SHERE - "Old Houses in the Parish of Shere. Gomshall, Peaslake, Shere [Third Impression]."
22189: A. DRABKIN AND O. SHEREMET. - T-34 in Action. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15905: RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN. - The Plays of R.B. Sheridan. Edited by John Hampden [Nelson Classics Edition]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
15907: RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN. - Complete Plays. With an Introduction by Tyrone Guthrie [Collins New Classics Edition]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
19409: THOMAS SHERIDAN. - A Discourse. Being Introductory to his Course of Lectures on Elocution and the English Language (1759). Introduction by G.P. Mohrmann. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
16145: P. SHERIDAN. - Late and Early Joys at the Players' Theatre. Illustrated by Reginald Woolley. With a Foreword by Dame Sybil Thorndike.
19699: H.T. SHERINGHAM - Coarse Fishing. NEAR FINE COPY IN PICTORIAL CLOTH
23406: D.R. SHERMAN - The Sinners. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10717: C.H. SHERRILL - Stained Glass Tours in France. [Third Impression].
25714: (GRAHAM GREENE). N. SHERRY - The Life of Graham Greene. Volume One 1904-1939 [with] Volume Two 1939-1955 [with] Volume Three 1995-1991. FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
13657: C.L. MARKMANN AND M. SHERWIN. - The Book of Sports Cars. Foreword by Briggs S. Cunningham.
13715: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER AND J. SHERWOOD. - The Buildings of England. Oxfordshire.
18179: A.N. SHEVCHENKO - Breaking with Moscow.
17829: R. SHIINA - The Flowers are Fallen. Translated from the Japanese by Sydney Giffard. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21840: J. SHIPMAN - "One of 'The Few'. Describing the Experiences of Ted 'Shippy' Shipman, who called his Part in the Battle of Britain 'my Gentle Battle'."
17653: G.P. SHIPP - Studies in the Language of Homer. SECOND AND BEST EDITION
4852: DIRECTORY OF THE WORLD'S CAPITAL SHIPS. - "8vo., First Edition, with illustrated title and over 600 photographs in the text; cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Massive work of scholarship covering over 1,000 vessels of over 500 classes from more than 20 countries. Unique in its scope."
9535: FIRE-FIGHTING IN HM SHIPS. - "8vo., with 2 diagrams in the text and a large folding plan on japon; original printed wrappers, wire-stitched as issued, a near fine copy. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland. The folding plan shows the fire-fighting arrangements aboard a 'Loch'-Class frigate. Very scarce."
23220: JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS. - Jane's Fighting Ships of World War II. Foreword by Anthony Preston.
23896: W.L. SHIRER - The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. A History of Nazi Germany [Fifth Impression].
19724: "SHIRLEY DAY, LTD." - One Thousand Years of Art in Japan. [Introduction by Stephen Addis].
27529: F. SHOBERL - "The Natural History of Quadrupeds. With Illustrations by Thomas Landseer. Second Edition. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY WITH ALL PLATES COLOURED BY HAND"
11864: T.W. SHORE - "A History of Hampshire, including the Isle of Wight. [Facsimile re-issue]."
16260: C. SHORES - "Dust Clouds in the Middle East. The Air War for East Africa, Iraq, Syria, Iran and Madagascar, 1940-42 [Second Edition]."
23275: C. SHORES - Ground Attack Aircraft of World War II. A Macdonald Illustrated War Study. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18695: B.C. SHORT - Poole. The Romance of its Early History.
15023: (CHARLOTTE BRONTE). CLEMENT K. SHORTER - Charlotte Bronte and her Circle. Second Edition completing Fifth Thousand.
27806: C.K. SHORTER - "Charlotte Bronte and her Sisters. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
22418: (FREDERICK L. GRIGGS). C. SHORTER. - Highways and Byways in Buckinghamshire. With Illustrations by Frederick L. Griggs.
16881: (FREDERICK L. GRIGGS). C. SHORTER. - Highways and Byways in Buckinghamshire. With Illustrations by Frederick L. Griggs. [First Pocket Edition].
14174: J.A. SHORTHOUSE - John Inglesant. A Romance.
17021: J.M. SHOWELL - U-Boat Command and the Battle of the Atlantic. -Boat Command and the Battle of the Atlantic.
25162: (ADOLF HITLER). JAK P. MALLMANN SHOWELL (FWD.) - Fuehrer Conferences on Naval Affairs 1939-1945. With a Foreword by Jak P. Mallmann Showell. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25320: J.P.M. SHOWELL - U-Boats under the Swastika. An Introduction to German Submarines 1935-1945. [Second US Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14993: J.M. SHOWELL - U-Boat Century. German Submarine Warfare 1906-2006.
4912: J.P.M. SHOWELL - "The German Navy in World War Two. A Reference Guide to the Kriegsmarine, 1935-1945. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
20860: ANITA SHREVE - A Change in Altitude. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17905: SHROPSHIRE - "The South West Borderland of Shropshire. Comprising the Sole Official Guides to Bishop's Castle, Clun, Knighton, and including Craven Arms, Stokesay, etc."
4663: D. SHRUBSALL - W.H. Hudson. Writer and Naturalist. WITH A.L.s. FROM THE AUTHOR
20311: H. SHUKMAN (ED.) - Stalin's Generals.
25108: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). H.I. SHUMWAY - War in the Desert. The Story of Lawrence of Arabia.
18937: NEVILE SHUTE - A Town like Alice [Star Edition]. A RARE SURVIVAL
25573: NEVILE SHUTE - On the Beach.
23381: NEVILE SHUTE - An Old Captivity. [Pan Edition]. FIRST APPEARANCE IN PAN
21999: NEVILE SHUTE - Slide Rule. The Autobiography of an Engineer [First US Edition].
20472: NEVILE SHUTE - Requiem for a Wren.
16801: (ADOLF EICHMANN). J. VON LANG AND C. SIBYLL - Eichmann Interrogated. Transcripts from the Archives of the Israeli Police. Translated by Ralph Manheim. Introduction by Avner W. Less.
18687: W. SICHEL - Bolingbroke and his Times.
11743: SIDMOUTH - Sidmouth By-Paths. Eighth Edition 1934.
12354: M. SIDNEY - Historical Guide to Penshurst Place.
23932: H. SIEPMANN. - Echo of the Guns. Recollections of an Artillery Officer 1914-18.
10410: R.N. SIGMOND - "Nine Days at Arnhem. Canadian Officers - under the CANLOAN Scheme - in the 7th (Galloway) Battalion The King's Own Scottish Borderers. 1st British Airborne Division. Canada, UK, Holland and Norway 1944-1945."
17729: S.K. SIKES - The Natural History of the African Elephant. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27601: A. SILCOCK - "A Background for Beauty. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
1614: JON SILKIN - Flower Poems SIGNED COPY. SIGNED COPY
1724: ALAN SILLITOE - A Tree on Fire. Tree on Fire.
1615: ALAN SILLITOE - Mountains and Caverns. Selected Essays.
25414: P. SILLITOE - Cloak without Dagger. [Foreword by C. . Attlee].
21715: D. SILVA - The Secret Servant. [A Gabriel Allon Mystery]. FINE COPY IN PRICE-CLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24712: (GEORGE MYERS). (AUGUSTUS WELBY PUGIN). P. SPENCER-SILVER - Pugin's Builder. The Life and Work of George Myers. NEAR FINE COPY
4405: P. SILVERSTONE - US Warships of World War I.
20018: P.H. SILVERSTONE - US Warships of World War II. S Warships of World War II.
21505: (DAVID ROBERTS RA). K. SIM - David Roberts RA 1796-1864. A Biography. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11203: POSY SIMMONDS - Gemma Bovery. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
7578: [J. SIMMONS - The Victorian Railway.
16731: K. HUBBARD AND M. SIMMONS - Operation 'Grapple'. Testing Britain's First H-Bomb.
9940: E.H. SIMMONS - Famous Regiments. The United States Marines. [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
197: J. SIMMONS (ED.) - English County Historians. First Series.
17025: J. SIMMONS - The Railway in Town and Country 1830-1914.
10214: ERIC SIMMS - British Thrushes.
10215: ERIC SIMMS - British Thrushes.
12760: ERIC SIMMS - British Warblers [First Paperback Edition]. ritish Warblers [First Paperback Edition].
317: ERIC SIMMS - British Thrushes.
18215: S.J. SIMON - Why you lose at Bridge. [Second Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23168: (MALCOLM MURDER TRIAL). JOHN SIMON - Sir John Simon's Speech for the Defence. Sir John Simon's Speech for the Defence. [Privately Printed]. VISCOUNT SIMON'S PRESENTATION COPY WITH A.L. VISCOUNT SIMON'S PRESENTATION COPY WITH A.L.s
266: (CURWEN PRESS). H. SIMON - Songs and Words. A History of the Curwen Press.
21278: DUC. SAINT-SIMON. - "The Memoirs of the Duke of Saint-Simon on the Reign of Louis XIV and the Regency. Translated from the French by Bayle St. John. Sixth Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN ORIGINAL CLOTH"
18588: ANDRE SIMONE - J'Accuse! The Men Who Betrayed France. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY OF FIRST UK EDITION
24975: M. SIMONS - German Air Attache. The Thrilling Story of the German Ace Pilot and Wartime Diplomat Peter Riedel. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25473: R. SIMPER - Woodbridge and Beyond.
21182: A. SIMPSON (ED.) - Hot Blood and Cold Steel. Life and Death in the Trenches of the First World War. Edited and compiled by Andy Simpson.
11202: H. SIMPSON - Dear George and other Stories. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
23819: R.C. SIMPSON. - "Fish - and find out. Illustrated by G. . Armour. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
2938: F. SIMPSON. - "A Series of Antient [sic] Baptismal Fonts. Chronologically arranged. Drawn by F. Simpson, jun. Engraved by R. Roberts. PIONEER STUDY IN SIGNED ARABESQUE BINDING"
27750: J.A. STANFIELD AND G. SIMPSON - "Central Gaulish Potters, With a Preface by Eric Birley. Drawings by Wilfred Dodds. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
13269: H. SIMPSON - Four Bare Legs in a Bed and other Stories. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
10271: F.S.W. SIMPSON - "The Churches of St. Nicholas, Old Shoreham and St. Mary de Hau(v)ra of the Port, New Shoreham Sussex. Nicholas, Old Shoreham and St. Mary de Hau(v)ra of the Port), New Shoreham Sussex. . Foreword by the former Lord Bishop of Chichester. Third Edition."
23735: (ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON). E.B. SIMPSON - The Robert Louis Stevenson Originals. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL BUCKRAM
25267: ANDREW SINCLAIR - My Friend Judas. IN DUSTWRAPPER
14737: R. SINCLAIR. - Adventures in Persia. To India by the Back Door. [Introductory Notes by Sir John Gardener].
14745: RONALD SINCLAIR [PSEUD. REGINALD TEAGUE-JONES]. - The Spy who Disappeared. Diary of a Secret Mission to Russian Central Asia in 1918. Introduction and Epilogue by Peter Hopkirk.
13507: J.S. SINCLAIR. - The Story of Cirencester Parish Church [St. John Baptist]. John Baptist]. Originally written J.S Sinclair. Revised in 1945 by W.I. Croome.
18570: UPTON SINCLAIR - One Clear Call. FIRST UK EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10753: E.R. BEVAN AND C. SINGER (EDS.) - "The Legacy of Israel. Essays by George Adam Smith, E. Bevan, F. C. Burkitt, R. T. Herford, A G Charles, D. Singer, C Box, W B. Selbie, N. Isaacs, L Roth, A Meillet, Laurie Magnus, C. G. Montifiore."
14660: (PAUL MAZE). A. SINGER - Paul Maze. The Lost Impressionist.
3147: FRANK SINGLETON. - The English Lakes. Illustrated from coloured Photographs by Wilfred Elms.
1302: FRANK SINGLETON. - The English Lakes. Illustrated from colour Photographs by Wilfred Elms.
2355: FRANK SINGLETON. - The English Lakes. Illustrated from colour Photographs by Wilfred Evans.
207: "(TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE). R. SINKER" - Biographical Notes on the Librarians of Trinity College on Sir Edward Stanhope's Foundation.
206: "(TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE). R. SINKER" - "A Catalogue of the Fifteenth-Century Printed Books in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge."
24596: K. SISAM (ED.) - Fourteenth Century Verse and Prose. Edited by Kenneth Sisam. IN FULL MOROCCO
7816: "BRONTE SISTERS [ANNE, CHARLOTTE AND EMILY BRONTE]." - [Novels of the Sisters Bronte]. Thornton Edition. Edited by Temple Scott. Complete set including Gaskell's 'Life']. AFFORDABLE SET. ONE PLATE IN PHOTOFACSIMILE
27639: BRONTE SISTERS - "Poems of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte. With Cottage Poems by Patrick Bronte. [Temple Bronte. Second Edition thus. Illustrated by H.S. Greig and F.C. Tilney]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
8962: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - "The Gothick North. A Study of Medieval Life, Art and Thought. [Volume II]. These Sad Ruins."
25216: OSBERT SITWELL - The True Story of Dick Whittington. A Christmas Story for Cat-Lovers. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9242: EDITH SITWELL - Fanfare for Elizabeth.
2939: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - "British Architects and Craftsmen. A Survey of Taste, Design, and Style during Three Centuries 1600 to 1830. [Third Edition, with further revisions]."
17678: EDITH SITWELL - A Book of the Winter. Compiled by Edith Sitwell.
15922: EDITH SITWELL - Five Variations on a Theme.
1620: EDITH SITWELL - Music and Ceremonies. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
15033: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - "Monks, Nuns and Monasteries."
1626: EDITH SITWELL - The Canticle of the Rose. Selected Poems 1920-1947.
7383: OSBERT SITWELL - "Who killed Cock Robin?. Remarks on Poetry, on its Criticism, and, as a sad Warning, the Story of Eunuch Arden."
26964: W. SITWELL - The Border from a Soldier's Point of View. With Drawings by Robert Bertram.
1629: OSBERT SITWELL - Out of the Flame.
1628: OSBERT SITWELL - Death of a God and other Stories.
7022: OSBERT SITWELL - Tales my Father taught Me. An Evocation of extravagant Episodes.
1625: EDITH SITWELL. - Selected Letters of Edith Sitwell. Edited by Richard Greene. FNE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1636: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - Truffle Hunt.
21600: OSBERT SITWELL - Left Hand Right Hand! An Autobiography. Vol. I: The Cruel Month [with] The Scarlet Tree [with] Great Morning [with] Laughter in the Next Room [with] Noble Essences or Courteous Revelations. COMPLETE SET OF FIRST EDITIONS IN DUSTWRAPPERS
1630: OSBERT SITWELL - Sing High! Sing Low!. A Book of Essays.
27286: E. SITWELL - "Edith Sitwell. Selected Letters. Edited by John Lehmann and Derek Parker. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
19037: EDITH SITWELL - Gardeners and Astronomers. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7849: EDITH SITWELL - Green Song & Other Poems.
1635: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - The Cyder Feast and other Poems.
24035: "[JOHN BETJEMAN], SITWELL (S)" - "Diversion. Twenty-Two Authors on the Lively Arts, Edited by John Sutro. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23562: (PAUL SCOFIELD). EDITH SITWELL. - Fašade and other Poems 1920-1935. With an Introductory Essay by Jack Lindsay. [Second Impression]. PAUL SCOFIELD'S COPY WITH LETTER INVITING PARTICIPATION
23022: OSBERT SITWELL. - Rat Week. An Essay on the Abdication. With an Introduction by John Pearson. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2340: SACHEVERELL SITWELL - Spain.
18391: SACHEVERELL SITWELL. - Old Fashioned Flowers. Illustrated by John Farleigh. 2500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
7625: EDITH SITWELL - A Notebook on William Shakespeare. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1632: OSBERT SITWELL - Wrack at Tidesend. A Book of Balnearics being the second Volume of England Reclaimed.
27230: H.I. BELL AND T.C. SKEAT (EDS.) - Fragments of an unknown Gospel and other early Christian Papyri.
199: R.A. SKELTON - Decorative Printed Maps of the 15th to 18th Centuries. A revised Edition of the Old Decorative Maps and Charts by A.L. Humphreys. With eighty-four Reproductions and a new Text.
18938: A. SKETCHLEY [PSEUD. G. ROSE] - Mrs. Brown at Margate. Brown at Margate. SCARCE RAILWAY BOOK WITH WH SMITH BOOKSTALL STAMP
22984: H. SKILLEN - The Enigma Symposium 1992. THE FIRST ENIGMA SYMPOSIUM
11795: H. SKILLEN - Spies of the Airwaves [with] Knowledge strengthens the Arm [with] Enigma and its Achilles Heel. [THE Y SERVICES TRILOGY COMPLETE. THE Y SERVICES TRILOGY COMPLETE. EACH VOLUME SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
22689: H. SKILLEN - The Enigma Symposium 1992. THE FIRST ENIGMA SYMPOSIUM.
13650: P. SKILLETER - Morris Minor. The World's Supreme Small Car. Second Edition.
7166: "(ANTHONY TROLLOPE). D. SKILTON, C. CONNOLLY AND C. EDWARDS (EDS.)" - Anthony Trollope. A Collector's Catalogue 1847-1990.
8101: D. SKINNER - Sussex: People and History.
21108: H.A. SKINNER - 'Guest' of the Imperial Japanese Army (1942-45). SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
11587: (EDWARD BAWDEN). (ERIC RAVILIOUS). B. WEBB AND P. SKIPWORTH - Edward Bawden. Eric Ravilious. Design.
27517: G.E.M. SKUES - "Nymph Fishing for Chalk Stream Trout. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
17827: G.E.M. SKUES - The Way of a Trout with a Fly and some further Studies in minor Tactics. Fourth Edition.
12658: G.E.M. SKUES - Nymph Fishing for Chalk Stream Trout. EDITION LIMITED TO 500 COPIES
5735: J. SKULSKI - Anatomy of the Ship. The Battleship Yamato. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15257: J. SKULSKI - Anatomy of the Ship. The Heavy Cruiser Takao.
19751: D.B.W. SLADEN (ED.). - Australian Poets 1788-1888. Being a Selection of Poems upon all Subjects written in Australia and New Zealand during the first Century of the British Colonization with brief Notes on their Authors and an Introduction by Patchett Martin.
4392: J. SLADER - The Red Duster at War. A History of the Merchant Navy during the Second World War.
9440: J. DURNFORD-SLATER - Commando. SIGNED BY THE 'FIRST COMMANDO'
19048: FRANK G. SLAUGHTER. - The Mapmaker. A Novel of the Days of Prince Henry the Navigator.
15010: DAPHNE SLEE - That Great Hunter. A Novel. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK
5080: LORD JUSTICE [HENRY] SLEESER - The Pastured Shire and other Poems. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
16928: J. SLEIGH - "A History of the Ancient Parish of Leek in Staffordshire, including Horton, Cheddleton and Ipstones. History of the Ancient Parish of Leek in Staffordshire, including Horton, Cheddleton and Ipstones."
22698: M. SLESSER - Red Peak. A Personal Account of the British-Soviet Pamir Expedition 1962.
21464: T. SLESSOR - First Overland. The Story of the Oxford and Cambridge Far Eastern Expedition. [Second Impression]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
26919: FIELD-MARSHAL WILLIAM SLIM - "Defeat into Victory. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26224: FIELD-MARSHAL WILLIAM SLIM - Unofficial History.
23779: FIELD-MARSHAL WILLIAM SLIM - Defeat into Victory. IN FULL MOROCCO
25479: FIELD-MARSHAL WILLIAM SLIM - "Courage and other Broadcasts. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26945: FIELD-MARSHAL WILLIAM SLIM - Defeat into Victory. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18553: J. SLIMMING - Temiar Jungle. A Malayan Journey.
26177: (FRANZ HALS). S. SLIVE (ED.) - Frans Hals. NEAR FINE COPY
18615: N. SLONIMSKY - Lexicon of Musical Invective. Critical Assaults on Composers since Beethoven's Time.
25123: (NAPOLEON). A. LAGDEN AND J. SLY - The 2/73rd at Waterloo. Being a Roll of All Ranks present with the Second Battalion The 73rd Regiment of Foot. With Biographical Notes. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
25426: P. SMALLEY - Barbary Coast. A Sea Story. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15393: T.W.W. SMART - A Chronicle of Cranborne and the Cranborne Chase. [Facsimile reissue]. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
24510: SAMUEL SMILES. - The Lives of George and Robert Stephenson. Introduction by Eric de Mare. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
7199: (THOMAS EDWARD). S. SMILES - "Life of a Scotch Naturalist. Thomas Edward, Associate of the Linnean Society. Portrait and Illustrations by Sir George Reid [and others]. SPLENDID COPY IN TREE CALF"
9841: SYDNEY SMITH - The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. In Three Volumes. IDEAL FOR REBINDING
9438: (ANGLO-DUTCH WAR). H. SMITH - "Fair Warnings to a careless World: in the pious Letter written by James Earl of Marleburgh, a little before his Death; to Sir Hugh Pollard, with the Last Words of CXL of the most learned Persons of the World. air Warnings to a careless World: in the pious Letter written by James Earl of Marleburgh, a little before his Death; to Sir Hugh Pollard, with the Last Words of CXL of the most learned Persons of the World. LOST AT THE BATTLE OF LOWESTOFT; PLAGUE REMEDIES"
22162: S. KAYE-SMITH - The Weald of Kent and Sussex. [Regional Books].
23923: (GENERAL ORDE WINGATE). J. BIERMAN AND C. SMITH - "Fire in the Night. Wingate of Ethiopia, Burma and Zion. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
8693: J. SMITH - "Vegetable Cookery. Including a Complete Set of Recipes for Pastry, Preserving, Pickling, the Preparation of Sauces, Soups, Beverages, etc. [?Fourth Edition]. IN THE ORIGINAL BOARDS"
9205: F.F. SMITH - Rochester in Parliament 1295-1933.
22955: WILBUR SMITH - The Burning Shore. FINE COPY IN PRICE-CLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23080: JANET A. SMITH - Life among the Scots. [Britain in Pictures series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26120: P.C. SMITH - British Battle Cruisers. [Cloth bound Edition].
11350: P.C. SMITH - HMS Wild Swan. One Destroyer's War 1939-42.
16007: ALEXANDER SMITH. - A Summer in Skye. With Introduction by W. Forbes Gray. Illustrations in Colour by John Blair.
9905: S. SMITH - The Yellow Wagtail.
326: S. SMITH - The Yellow Wagtail.
3458: LOGAN PEARSALL SMITH - More Trivia. IN THE ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
3698: (CITY OF WESTMINSTER). J.E. SMITH - "A Catalogue of Westminster Records. Deposited at the Town Hall, Caxton Street, in the Custody of the Vestry of St. Margaret & St. John, with Introductory Essay, Illustrations and Extracts."
9950: E.D. SMITH - "Famous Regiments. Britain's Brigade of Gurkhas. 2nd K.E.O. Gurkha Rifles, 6th Q.E.O. Gurkha Rifles, 7th D.E.O. Gurkha Rifles, 10th P.M.O. Gurkha Rifles. [Introduction by Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR"
22953: WILBIR SMITH - Elephant Song. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22954: WILBUR SMITH - A Time to Die. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22952: WILBUR SMITH - Golden Fox. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26331: WILBUR SMITH - The Quest. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21234: WILBUR SMITH - The Angels Weep.
20962: SIMON NOWELL-SMITH (ED.) - Edwardian England 1901-1914.
18522: J.T. SMITH - Nollekens and his Times.
23219: WILBUR SMITH - Shout at the Devil. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25523: PHYLLIS BARCLAY-SMITH. - Woodland Birds. [King Penguin 74].
26929: A.L.F. RIVET AND C. SMITH - The Place-Names of Roman Britain. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19325: A. SMITH. - "A Complete History of the Lives and Robberies of the most Notorious Highwaymen, Footpads, Shoplifts and Cheats of both Sexes. Complete History of the Lives and Robberies of the most Notorious Highwaymen, Footpads, Shoplifts and Cheats of both Sexes."
18922: CECIL WOODHAM-SMITH - The Great Hunger. Ireland 1845-9.
27034: WILBUR SMITH - Elephant Song. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
18471: J. SMITH - Britain in Old Photographs. Southport. [Second Edition].
23916: P.C. SMITH - Douglas SBD Dauntless. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22945: WILBUR SMITH - Hungry as the Sea. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18343: B. HECKSTALL-SMITH - The 'Britannia' and her Contemporaries.
15902: A. CROXTON SMITH - British Dogs. [Britain in Pictures series].
15594: B.E. SMITH - Royal Daimlers. [Foreword by Sir John Miller].
15595: S. SMITH - Wings Day. The Man who led the RAF's epic Battle in German Captivity.
26101: (MALLORY FAMILY). S.V.M. SMITH - A History of the Mallory Family. History of the Mallory Family.
9937: R. BRETT-SMITH - Famous Regiments. The 11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
9393: D.J. SMITH - Britain's Military Airfields 1939-1945.
14287: V.C. SMITH - Song of the Unsung. A Story of Sappers.
2823: S. KAYE-SMITH - The View from the Parsonage.
20036: V.A. SMITH - Akbar. The Great Mogul 1542-1605. SIR REGINALD SPENCE'S COPY IN FULL MOROCCO
6335: P.C. SMITH - Destroyer Leader. The Story of HMS Faulknor.
22370: J. SMITH - Chorley and District in Old Photographs. [Second Edition].
21342: WILBUR SMITH - Warlock. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21343: WILBUR SMITH - The Triumph of the Sun. A Novel of African Adventure. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8892: F.F. SMITH - A History of Rochester.
15436: JOHN SMITH. - Fittleworth. A Time of Change 1895-1918. Photographed by John Smith (1852-1925). Based on his 'Notes for a History of Fittleworth' (made by him between 1895 and 1916). FINE COPY
18024: P.C. SMITH - The Battlecruiser HMS Renown 1916-1948. [Foreword by Vice-Admiral B. .B. Brooke]. [Second Edition].
24587: R. BRETT-SMITH - Famous Regiments. The 11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own). IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
809: E.H. SMITH - Happy Memories of West Somerset.
27398: J. SMITH - A Shell Guide [to Northamptonshire]. Northamptonshire & the Soke of Peterborough. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
18838: SYDNEY SMITH - The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. [With the scarce supplementary volume]. COMPLETE SET IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING WITH CAWTHORN LABELS
20901: DICK KING-SMITH. - The Crowstarver. [Illustrated by Peter Bailey].
22940: WILBUR SMITH - Eagle in the Sky. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27603: W. SMITH - "A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology and Geography. Abridged from the larger Dictionary by Sir Wiliam Smith. Twenty-Eighth Impression. This new Edition thoroughly revised and in part rewritten by G.E. Marindin. BRIGHT COPY"
26356: WILBUR SMITH - "The Sunbird. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
24863: A. CROXTON SMITH. - "About Our Dogs. Their Breeds and Management. Introduction by Lorna, Countess Howe. With Colour Plates and Ward Binks and Photographs by Hay Hutchinson."
22054: T. SMITH - Kettering Revisited. Pictures from the Past. [Foreword by Tony Ireson]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24504: A.H. SMITH - New College Oxford and its Buildings. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
264: "(CASSELL, LTD.). S. NOWELL-SMITH" - The House of Cassell 1848-1958.
23423: WILLIAM SMITH (ED.) - "Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities. Edited by William Smith. Second Edition, Improved and Enlarged. IN PUBLISHER'S PICTORIAL CLOTH"
22947: WILBUR SMITH - Gold Mine. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10978: P.C. SMITH - Royal Navy Ships' Badges.
13150: (C.F. ADORNA). (CYRIL CONNELLY). SHEILA KAYE-SMITH - Quartet in Heaven.
13157: SHEILA KAYE-SMITH - The View from the Parsonage.
13159: SHEILA KAYE-SMITH - Shepherds in Sackcloth. [Collectors' Edition]. BROCARD SEWELL'S COPY OF THE SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. BROCARD SEWELL'S COPY OF THE SIGNED LIMITED EDITION
11742: A.M. SMITH - Coventry. A Guide and Memento.
14433: J.E. SMITH - Flora Britannica. SPLENDID SET IN CONTEMPORARY CALF
14437: D. SMITH - The Greenhill Napoleonic Wars Data Book.
21344: WILBUR SMITH - Assegai. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24909: C. SMITH - Duet for Three Hands. As told to Joyce Eggington. SIGNED BY CYRIL SMITH AND PHYLLIS SELLICK
13633: B.E. SMITH - The Daimler Tradition. [Foreword by Sir William Lyons].
14110: H.P. SMITH - The Society of Poole Men 1924-45. [Foreword by Alderman H. . Carter].
16127: V. MITCHELL AND K. SMITH. - South Coast Railways. Worthing to Chichester. [Via Littlehampton & Bognor].
16739: J.R. SMITH - "Bibliotheca Cantiana. Or Antiquarian Kentish Books. Vol. 1: Being an Account of the Published Material, Books, Acts of Parliament, Maps and Ephemera, Relating to the County of Kent up to the Year 1836."
14276: P.C. SMITH - Battleship Royal Sovereign and her Sister Ships. THE FIRST EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
14277: P.C. SMITH - Battleships at War. HMS Royal Sovereign and her Sister Ships.
11400: H. SMITH - "A History of the Parish of Havering-atte-Bower. THE SCARCE ORIGINAL EDITION, WITH SPLENDID MONASTIC PROVENANCE"
17694: D. SMITH - And all the Trumpets.
27792: MRS. A.M. SMITH [E.T. BRADLEY] - The Roll-Call of Westminster Abbey. Fifth Edition. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY
20682: J.L.B. SMITH - Old Fourlegs. The Story of the Coelacanth. IN DUSTWRAPPER
13088: S. HARCOURT-SMITH - The Marriage at Ferrara.
27419: W. SMITH - Shout at the Devil. IN FULL MOROCCO
22946: WILBUR SMITH - Cry Wolf. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23343: WILBUR SMITH - Birds of Prey. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23342: WILBUR SMITH - Power of the Sword. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20867: M. SMITH - The Emperor's Codes. Bletchley Park and the Breaking of Japan's Secret Ciphers.
21586: G.C.M. SMITH. - "The Family of Withypoll with Special Reference to their Manor of Christchurch, Ipswich and some Notes of the allied Families of Thorne, Harper, Lucar and Devereux. Revised for the Press, with Additions, by P.H. Reaney. FINE COPY"
22962: WILBUR SMITH - Those In Peril. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14284: P.C. SMITH - Hit First. Hit Hard. The Story of HMS Renown 1916-1948.
17715: W. SMITH - The History and Antiquities of Morley in the West Riding of the County of York.
6058: P.C. SMITH - Hold the Narrow Sea. Naval Warfare in the English Channel 1939-1945.
23198: V. MITCHELL AND K. SMITH. - Branch Lines to East Grinstead. [Second Impression].
9991: R.J.L. SMITH - A Guide to Cathedrals and Greater Churches. Guide to Cathedrals and Greater Churches.
16134: V. MITCHELL AND K. SMITH. - South Coast Railways. Brighton to Worthing.
23514: C.W. SMITH. - The University of Virginia. Thirty-Two Woodcuts. Introduction by Virginius Dabney. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
18659: E. GILLIAT-SMITH. - The Story of Bruges. Illustrated by Edith Calvert and Herbert Railton. [Sixth Impression]. [Mediaeval Towns series].
26038: B.W. SMITH. - "The World in the Past. A Popular Account of what it was like and what it contained. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. [Illustrated by W.J. Stokoe. Wayside & Woodland Series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
20471: M.E. SMITH - Industrial Derbyshire.
21338: WILBUR SMITH - Warlock. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13400: DELIA SMITH - Family Fare.
203: (MONTAGUE SUMMERS). TIMOTHY D'ARCH SMITH. - Montague Summers. A Bibliography. Foreword by Father Brocard Sewell [Second and revised Edition].
26121: P.C. SMITH - British Battle Cruisers. [Paperback Edition].
6187: P.C. SMITH - Pedestal. The Malta Convoy of August 1942. Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet the Lord Lewin [Second Revised and Expanded Edition].
5508: R.A.L. SMITH - "Bath. Third Edition, Revised."
22891: E. SMITH. - "The Little Betty Wilkinson. Illustrated by F. . Hiley. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
8697: C. SMITH - The Birds of Somersetshire.
25160: (AMY JOHNSON). C.B. SMITH - Amy Johnson. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
17129: J. BIERMAN AND C. SMITH. - Alamein. War without Hate.
16286: J.C.D. SMITH - A Guide to Church Woodcarvings. Misericords and Bench-Ends.
21102: V.A. SMITH - "The Early History of India from 600 BC to the Muhammadan Conquest including the Invasion of Alexander the Great. Third Edition, revised and enlarged. IN FULL MOROCCO"
26838: J.A. SMITH - "British Armoured Formations 1939-1945. A Bibliography. Annotated and illustrated, incorporating Armoured Regiments, Brigades and Divisions in Service during WWII. FINE COPY"
5246: P.C. SMITH (ED.) - Destroyer Action. An Anthology. With a Foreword by Admiral Sir Gresham Nicholson.
522: F. SMITH - Prehistoric Man and the Cambridge Gravels.
2178: "(MACMILLAN, LTD.). SIMON NOWELL-SMITH (ED.)" - Letters to Macmillan. Selected and edited by Simon Nowell-Smith.
25992: E.D. SMITH - Famous Regiments. Britain's Brigade of Gurkhas. The 2nd KEO Goorkha Rifles. The 6th QEO Gurkha Rifles. The 7th DEO Gurkha Rifles. The 10th PMO Gurkha Rifles. [Revised and Updated to 1982. Introduction by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
10617: C.L.W. SMITH - Stories of Inverness and the North. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
24435: R.E. SMITH - The Failure of the Roman Republic. IN DUSTWRAPPER
20440: (CECIL DAY-LEWIS). G. HANDLEY-TAYLOR AND T. D'ARCH SMITH - C. Day-Lewis. Day-Lewis. The Poet Laureate. A Bibliography. With a Letter of Introduction by W.H. Auden. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10016: C.L.W. SMITH - Stories of Bournemouth and its Hinterland. Hardy Country. Wiltshire Downs. New Forest. Immaculate Centres of Romance. SIGNED COPY
22956: WILBUR SMITH - River God. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
714: F.F. SMITH - A History of Rochester.
18403: F.H. SMITH - Venice of To-Day.
23971: P.C. SMITH - Arctic Victory. The Story of Convoy PQ18.
15161: B. SMITH - Vanden Plas Coachbuilders. [Foreword by E. Roland Fox].
18449: E.D. SMITH - Victory of a Sort. The British in Greece 1941-46.
18451: M. SMITH - "Foley. The Spy who saved 10,000 Jews. [Sixth Impression]."
16262: (BINDING). C.J. SMITH - Intermediate Physics [Second Edition]. IN SIGNED WELLINGTON COLLEGE BINDING
2369: R.A.L. SMITH - Bath.
20573: A. SMITH (ED.) - A New History of Aberdeenshire. IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH
14067: H.P. SMITH - "The Course of the Hamworthy-Badbury Roman Road from the Stour to the Upper Merley Road, Corfe Mullen."
25590: A.J. SMITHERS - Honourable Conquests. An Account of the Enduring Work of the Royal Engineers throughout the Empire. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
27010: D.W. SMITHERS - On the Nature of Neoplasia in Man. BRIGHT COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
651: A.J. SMITHERS - Rude Mechanicals. An Account of Tank Maturity during the Second World War. With a Foreword by General Sir John Hackett.
10769: L.C. SMITHERS (ED.) - The Transmigrations of the Mandarin Fum-Hoam (Chinese Tales). 680 COPIES WERE PRINTED
15558: TOBIAS SMOLLETT. - Roderick Random. [Everyman's Library Edition. Introduction by H.W. Hodges].
15559: TOBIAS SMOLLETT. - Humphry Clinker. [Everyman's Library Edition. Introduction by Howard Mumford Jones. Note by Charles Lee].
7495: TOBIAS SMOLLETT - "Travels through France and Italy. Observations on Character, Customs, Religion, Government, Arts and Antiquities. With a Description of the Town, Territory and Climate of Nice. [Second London Edition]. CRISP, CLEAN SET OF SMOLLETT'S ONLY TRAVEL PROSE"
18029: TOBIAS SMOLLETT. - Travels through France and Italy. With an Introduction by Christopher Hibbert. [Folio Society edition].
23351: D. SMURTHWAITE - The Pacific War Atlas 1941-1945. Published in association with the National Army Museum.
27020: J. SMYTH - "Bolo Whistler. The Life of General Sir Lashmer Whistler. A Study in Leadership. With Forewords by the Duke of Norfolk and Field-Marshal Montgomery of Alamein. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
14758: A.L. COMP. SMYTH - John Dalton 1766-1844. A Bibliography of Works by and about him.
13867: J. SMYTH - The Story of the George Cross. With a Foreword by Air Vice-Marshal Sir Laurence Sinclair.
13947: J. SMYTH - "The Story of the Victoria Cross 1856-1963. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
26073: J. SMYTH - Bolo Whistler. The Life of General Sir Lashmer Whistler. A Study in Leadership. With Forewords by the Duke of Norfolk and Field-Marshal Montgomery of Alamein. UNCORRECTED PROOF IN WRAPPERS
19107: J. SMYTH - "Sandhurst. The History of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst 1741-1961. With a Foreword by Field-Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
21857: FRANK SMYTHE - The Valley of Flowers. NEAR FINE COPY
21190: FRANK S. SMYTHE - British British Mountaineers. [Britain in Pictures series]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15235: B.E. SMYTHIES - The Birds of Borneo. With 50 Plates in Colour by Commander A. . Hughes.
27005: R. SNAILHAM - The Blue Nile Revealed. The Story of the Great Abbai Expedition 1968 [Second Impression]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
546: L.S. SNELL - Documents towards a History of the Reformation in Cornwall. No. 1: The Chantry Certificates for Cornwall. Transcribed with an Introduction.
22110: S. SNELLING - VCs of the First World War. Passchendaele 1917. [Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16223: T.G. SNODDY - Tween Forth and Tay [Second Impression]. ween Forth and Tay [Second Impression].
4509: M.D. SNODGRASS - Encyclopaedia of Frontier Literature.
21755: P. SNOW - To War with Wellington. From the Peninsula to Waterloo. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20031: G.S. SNYDER - Maps of the Heavens.
14914: H. SOAMES - "The Anglo-Saxon Church: its History, Revenues, and General Character. The Second Edition, with Additions and Corrections. SPLENDID COPY WITH BINDER'S TICKET"
9031: LANCASHIRE DIALECT SOCIETY - "The Journal of the Lancashire Dialect Society [Parts 4-11, 13-15 only]."
20088: GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. AN EXCEPTIONAL RUN IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS AS FOLLOWS [PRINCIPALLY 1936-1991]
20400: IDE HILL SOCIETY - Ide Hill Past and Present. By Members of the Ide Hill Society. [Third Edition].
14125: DEVONSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Devon Archaeological Society. Proceedings No. 53. 1995
16199: CORRIS RAILWAY SOCIETY - A Return to Corris. The Continuing Story of the Corris Railway. [Second Edition].
14120: DEVONSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Proceedings No. 47. 47. 1989
24737: (JANE AUSTEN). JANE AUSTEN SOCIETY. - "Collected Reports of the Jane Austen Society 1949-1965. With an Introduction by Elizabeth Jenkins. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
6950: TREVITHICK SOCIETY - "Laws of the Stannaries of Cornwall, made at the Convocation or Parliament of Tinners, at Truro, Sept. 13, Anno 27 Geo II. .[Facsimile re-issue. Introduction by Robert Pennington, Professor of Commercial Law, University of Birmingham]."
16217: KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Archaeologia Cantiana: being Transactions of the Kent Archaeological Society. Volume XXX for 1914.
10481: KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Archaeologia Cantiana: being Transactions of the Kent Archaeological Society. Volume LIV for 1941.
8759: (ENGLISH CIVIL WAR). CAMDEN SOCIETY. - "Proceedings principally in the County of Kent, in connection with the Parliaments called in 1640, and especially with the Committee of Religion appointed in that Year. Edited by the Rev. Lambert B. Larking from the Collections of Sir Edward Dering."
10374: SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - "Sussex Archaeological Collections relating to the History and Antiquities of the County. Published by the Sussex Archaeological Society,. Volume LXXXVII."
10343: OXFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Collectanea Fourth Series. [Vol. XLVII]. Edited by the Committee of the Society.
5868: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). HENRY WILLIAMSON SOCIETY - Henry Williamson Society. Journal No. 23: March 1991. [Edited by Anne Williamson].
26535: PETERSFIELD AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Petersfield Place names. [Written for Petersfield Area Historical Society]. FINE COPY
26629: DEVON AND CORNWALL RECORD SOCIETY - "A Calendar of Early Chancery Proceedings relating to West Country Shipping 1388-1493. New Series, Vol. 21. A Calendar of Early Chancery Proceedings relating to West Country Shipping1388-1493. Edited with an Introduction by Dorothy M. Gardine. NEAR FINE COPYr. NEAR FINE COPY"
10468: KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Archaeologia Cantiana: being Transactions of the Kent Archaeological Society. Volume XLII.
18322: HENRY WILIAMSON SOCIETY. - "The Henry Williamson Society Journal. Number 34, September 1998. Reality in War Literature."
22983: WILLIAM MORRIS SOCIETY - The Work of William Morris. An Exhibition [at The Times Bookshop] arranged by the William Morris Society.
26591: LONDON TOPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY - "London Parish Map. A Map of the Ecclesiastical Divisions within the County of London 1903. Reproduced by Permission of the Corporation of London, London Metropolitan Archive. FINE COPY"
11120: SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Sussex Archaeological Collections relating to the History and Antiquities of the Counties of East and West Sussex. Volume 120.
12388: (BRIAN ADAMS). CHARLES CLOSE SOCIETY. - Projections and Origins. Collected Writings of Brian Adams. Edited by Roger Hellyer and Christopher Higley.
11127: SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Sussex Archaeological Collections relating to the History and Antiquities of the Counties of East and West Sussex. Volume 129.
26566: SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - "Michelham Priory. Upper Dicker, Hailsham, Sussex. FINE COPY"
14121: DEVONSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Devon Archaeological Society. Proceedings No. 48. 1990
14126: DEVONSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Archaeological Notes. Reprinted from DAS Proceedings No. 48 1990
11629: KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Archaeologia Cantiana. Published by the Kent Archaeological Society. Volume LXXII for 1958.
11507: BRECKNOCK SOCIETY - "An Address presented to Professor Emeritus William Rees by the Brecknock Society, 12 October 1968. n Address presented to Professor Emeritus William Rees by the Brecknock Society, 12 October 1968."
14499: COUNTY OF SALOP STEAM ENGINE SOCIETY - Onslow Park Steam Engine Rally 2002. 40th Anniversary. Souvenir Programme.
11122: SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Sussex Archaeological Collections relating to the History and Antiquities of the Counties of East and West Sussex. Volume 120.
14122: DEVONSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Devon Archaeological Society. Proceedings No. 49. 1991
14123: DEVONSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Devon Archaeological Society. Proceedings No. 50. 1992
14124: DEVONSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Devon Archaeological Society. Proceedings No. 51. 1993
11123: SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Sussex Archaeological Collections relating to the History and Antiquities of the Counties of East and West Sussex. Volume 131.
11046: KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Archaeologia Cantiana: being Transactions of the Kent Archaeological Society. Volume L.
14440: SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Sussex Archaeological Collections relating to the History and Antiquities of the Counties of East and West Sussex. Volume 135.
20592: EARLY ENGLISH TEXT SOCIETY. - "Early English Alliterative Poems in the West Midlands Dialect of the Fourteenth Century. Copied and edited from a unique Manuscript in the Library of the British Museum, Cotton, Nero Ax. With an Introduction, Notes and Index. Second Edition, Revised."
14114: DEVON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Devon Archaeology. No. . Dartmoor Issue.
14572: DEVON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - "Devon Archaeology 4. [Exeter Quay. Medieval Newton Abbot. Okehampton Castle. Bickleigh Vale Quarries, Plympton]."
11478: BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY - Prisoner of War. The first authentic Account of the Lives of British Prisoners of War in enemy Hands.
11063: KENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Archaeologia Cantiana: being Contributions to the History and Archaeology of Kent. Volume XCII. 1976
20093: ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY - The Geographical Journal of the Royal Geological Society. AN EXCEPTIONAL RUN IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS [principally 1893-2003].
16109: LONDON SOCIETY - The London City Churches [Second Edition]. he London City Churches [Second Edition].
15388: (ANDRE ALCIAT). HOLBEIN SOCIETY. - "Andreae Alciati Emblematum Flumen Abundans; or, Alciat's Emblems in their Full Stream. Being a Facsimile Reprint of the Lyons Edition by Bonhomme, 1551; and of Titles of similar editions 1548-1551."
25067: RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY - The Child's Companion and Juvenile Instructor. New Series. 848. IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH
20006: BOURNE SOCIETY - Local History Records of the Bourne Society. Volumes 1-14 plus the Jubilee History. SPLENDID RUN OF THE BOURNE SOCIETY
26822: TRAMWAY & LIGHT RAILWAY SOCIETY - The Tramways of East London. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5074: ROYAL AIR FORCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Seek and Sink. Bracknell Paper No. 2. A Symposium on the Battle of the Atlantic. 21 October 1991.
235: BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY - Handlist of Books in the Library of the Bibliographical Society March 1935.
22675: ANGLO-ZULU WAR HISTORICAL SOCIETY. - The Journal of the Anglo Zulu War Historical Society. Inaugural Edition. June 1997. INAUGURAL EDITION
22677: ANGLO-ZULU WAR HISTORICAL SOCIETY. - The Journal of the Anglo Zulu War Historical Society. Eleventh Edition. June 2002.
22678: ANGLO-ZULU WAR HISTORICAL SOCIETY. - The Journal of the Anglo Zulu War Historical Society. Eleventh Edition. June 2002.
10438: SURREY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Surrey Archaeological Collections relating to the History and Antiquities of Surrey. Vol. XLVII
24839: ORIENTAL CERAMICS SOCIETY - Transactions of the Oriental Ceramics Society 1975-1976; 1976-1977. [Volume 41]. [Volume 41]. NEAR FINE COPY
24834: ORIENTAL CERAMICS SOCIETY - Transactions of the Oriental Ceramics Society 1982-1983. [Volume 47]. [Volume 47]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
866: JOHN EVELYN SOCIETY - "The Parish Register of Wimbledon, Co. Surrey."
15041: SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY - Sussex Archaeological Collections relating to the History and Antiquities of the Counties of East and West Sussex. Volume 126.
26536: PETERSFIELD AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Petersfield Place names. Third Edition. [Written for Petersfield Area Historical Society]. FINE COPY
25228: HAVING BEEN A SOLDIER. - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece, plates and maps; blue cloth, gilt back, a very good, clean copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. The author's autobiography majors on his command of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders in Aden"
18455: FLASHBACK. A SOLDIER'S STORY. - "8vo., First UK Edition, with plates; cloth, a very good, bright, clean copy in the dustwrapper. A vividly-written memoir of four decades with the British Army"
19776: W.J. SOLLAS - "The Age of the Earth and other Geological Studies. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, FRESH COPY"
17140: J. SOLLOWAY - "The Alien Benedictines of York. Being a Complete History of Holy Trinity Priory, York. ONE OF 100 COPIES IN FULL FAUX-VELLUM"
12325: ALEXANDER SOLZHENITSYN. - Lenin in Zurich. Chapters. [Translated by H.T. Willets].
17002: F. SOMERS - Halesowen Churchwardens' Accounts (1487-1582). Edited for the Worcestershire Historical Society by Frank Somers. Transcribed by E.H. Sargeant. Part III. [This part only].
14486: J. SOMERVELL - Some Westmorland Wills 1686-1738.
12670: E. OE SOMERVILLE - "Notes of the Horn. Hunting Verse, Old and New. Collected by E. OE. Somerville. With Illustrations by Ben Marshall, Stubbs, Sartorius, Alken etc."
17506: EDITH SOMERVILLE - The Selected Letters of Somerville and Ross. Edited by Gifford Lewis. With a Foreword by Molly Keane.
12231: (BLAND GIBRALTAR). G. SOMNER - Bland Gibraltar.
12227: "(ABERDEEN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.). G. SOMNER" - The Aberdeen Steam Navigation Co. Limited [1821-1962]. FINE COPY
12243: G. SOMNER - "DP&L. A History of the Dundee, Perth & London Shipping Limited and Associated Shipping Companies. FINE COPY"
12244: G. SOMNER - Ferry Malta: Il-Vapuri ta Ghawdex.
12247: G. SOMNER - George Gibson & Company.
12274: G.E. LANGMUIR AND G.H. SOMNER - "William Sloan & Co. Limited, Glasgow 1825-1968."
18208: THOMAS COOK & SON. - "The Traveller's Handbook to Switzerland including French Savoy and the Italian Lakes. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
5056: (CAXTON HEAD). JAMES TREGASKIS AND SON - The One Thousandth Caxton Head Catalogue. Containing a Selection of Books from the Stock of James Tregaskis and Son. With a Prolegomenon by A. Edward Newton.
20195: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). BRACKETT & SONS - A Centenary and Three Generations with a short History of Tunbridge Wells. WITH SPLENDID 'JOHNSONIAN' FRONTISPIECE
14661: J.B. BENNETT & SONS - "[Sale Catalogue of] Etchings, Engravings, Paintings and Drawings by Old and Modern Masters. 17. Etchings, Engravings, Paintings and Drawings by Old and Modern Masters."
19718: THOMAS AGNEW & SONS - [Catalogue of a] Loan Exhibition. Art Historians and Critics as Collectors. 6 May - 29 May 1965.
22718: EURIPIDES. SOPHOCLES - Two Satyr Plays. Euripides' Cyclops and Sophocles' Ichneutai. Translated with an Introduction by Goer Lancelyn Green. FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN CLASSIC
21416: SOPHOCLES. - The Theban Plays. King Oedipus. Oedipus at Colonus. Antigone. Translated by E.F. Watling. FIRST APPEARANCE IN PENGUIN CLASSICS
15345: T. SOROS - Maskerado. Dancing Around Death in Nazi Hungary.
19312: (FAKES). (FORGERIES). SOTHEBY - [Catalogue of] Fakes and Forgeries. An Exhibition incorporating Sotheby's 'Black Museum'.
19093: RICHARD SOUTH - The Moths of the British Isles. First Series [with] Second Series. [Wayside & Woodland Series]. THE FIRST EDITIONS COMPLETE
27550: R. SOUTH - The Butterflies of the British Isles. Edited and revised by H.M. Edelsten. Including the new Generic Names. [First Edition thus; Eleventh Impression overall]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12621: R. SOUTH - "Royal Castle, Rebel Town. Puritan Windsor in Civil War & Commonwealth. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION"
21746: RICHARD SOUTH. - "The Moths of the British Isles. Edited and revised by H. . Edelsten, D.S. Fletcher and R.J. Collins. Second Series [only] comprising the Families Lasiocampidae to Hepialidae. [Wayside and Woodland Series. Fourth Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DW"
26812: (JANE AUSTEN). B.C. SOUTHAM - Jane Austen's Literary Manuscripts. A Study of the Novelist's Development through the surviving Papers. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26823: 'SOUTHEASTERN' - The Tramways of Woolwich and South East London. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18817: A.C. SOUTHERN - Elizabethan Recusant Prose 1559-1582. A historical and critical Account of the Books of the Catholic Refugees published abroad and at secret Presses in England together with an annotated Bibliography of the Same. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
18818: A.C. SOUTHERN - Elizabethan Recusant Prose 1559-1582. A historical and critical Account of the Books of the Catholic Refugees published abroad and at secret Presses in England together with an annotated Bibliography of the Same.
16975: D. SOWDON - Admiralty Coastal Salvage Vessels. Design and Service 1943 - 1993.
304: A.C. SOWERBY - "A Naturalist's Holiday by the Sea. Being a Collection of Essays on the Marine, Littorial, and Shore-Land Life of the Cornish Peninsular including short Accounts of the Mineralogy and Geology, as well as of some of the Birds of the Interior."
16838: ALEXIS SOYER - The Modern Housewife or Menagere. [Twenty-Second Thousand].
18038: CHELTENHAM SPA - "[Official Guide to] Cheltenham Spa. The Centre for the Cotswolds, the Wye and Severn Valleys and Shakespeare Country."
20331: CHELTENHAM SPA - Cheltenham Spa. Official Guide.
26550: (WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART). ROBERT SPAETHLING (ED.) - "Mozart's Letters, Mozart's Life. Selected Letters edited and newly translated by Robert Spaethling. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
19562: D.F. JENKINS AND F. SPALDING - John Piper in the 1930s. Abstraction on the Beach. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27013: F. SPALDING - Vanessa Bell. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
26226: G. SPANIER - Long Road to Freedom. The Story of her Life under the German Occupation. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
24487: MURIEL SPARK - "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
27441: M. SPARK - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Illustrated by Beryl Cook. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
22809: MURIEL SPARK. - The Girls of Slender Means. Introduced by A. . Kennedy. Illustrated by Lyndon Hayes.
10463: I.G. SPARKES - High Wycombe. A Pictorial History.
26357: M. HOWARD AND J. SPARROW . - The Coldstream Guards 1920-1946. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
22700: G. SPARROW - The Crawley & Horsham Hunt. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
21613: P. SPEAK - "Deb. Geographer, Scientist, Antarctic Explorer. A Biography of Frank Debenham. LIMITED EDITION"
26959: MAJOR-GENERAL EDWARD SPEARS - Assignment to Catastrophe. [First Combined Edition]. 'ASSIGNMENT' COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPER
25134: MAJOR GENERAL EDWARD SPEARS - Assignment to Catastrophe. Vol. I: Prelude to Dunkirk [with] Vol II. The Fall of France. COMPLETE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
15448: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR - 'Hands Off Smith' [review in] Spectator No. 6834. 6834. June 19 1959.
16406: (JOHN BETJEMAN). THE SPECTATOR - 'City & Suburban' [in] Spectator No. 6685. 6685. August 10 1956.
16407: (JOHN BETJEMAN). THE SPECTATOR - 'City & Suburban' [in] Spectator No. 6684. 6684. August 3 1956.
16408: (JOHN BETJEMAN). THE SPECTATOR - 'City & Suburban' [in] Spectator No. 6683. July 27 1956.
16388: (ANTHONY POWELL). THE SPECTATOR. - 'Bioscope' [review by Waugh in] Spectator No. 6992. June 29 1962. [With a contribution from Evelyn Waugh].
15437: (EVELYN WAUGH). (HILAIRE BELLOC). THE SPECTATOR - 'Here's Richness' [review in] Spectator No. 6569. 6569. May 21 1954.
15438: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR - 'Dropmore Press Makes Good' [review in] Spectator No. 6577.. 6577. July 16 1954.
15440: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR - 'Another and Better Ruskin' [review in] Spectator No. 6586. 6586. September 17 1954.
15441: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR - 'Reply to the Critics' [in] Spectator No. 6523. 6523. July 3 1953.
15442: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR - 'Alfred Duggan' [memoir in] Spectator No. 7098. 7098. July 10 1964.
15443: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR - 'A Mid-Victorian Spiv' [review in] Spectator No. 6565. 6565. April 23 1954.
15445: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR - 'Belloc Anadyomene' [review in] Spectator No. 6635. 6635. August 26 1955.
16389: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR. - 'The New Countryman' [review in] Spectator No.5741. July 8 1938. [With a contribution from Evelyn Waugh].
16405: (EVELYN WAUGH). THE SPECTATOR - 'The Only Pre-Raphaelite' [review in] Spectator No. 6903. 6903. October 14 1960.
16414: (EVELYN WAUGH). (A.E. COPPARD). THE SPECTATOR. - 'The Cold North' [review in] Spectator No. 5425. June 18 1932. [With contributions from Evelyn Waugh and A.E. Coppard].
16409: (JOHN BETJEMAN). THE SPECTATOR - 'City & Suburban' [in] Spectator No. 6681. 6681. July 13 1956.
16387: (EVELYN WAUGH). (CECIL BEATON). THE SPECTATOR. - 'Footlights and Chandeliers' [review by Waugh] [in] Spectator No. 6943. July 21 1961. [With a contribution from Evelyn Waugh].
27697: A. SPEER - The Slave State. Heinrich Himmler's Masterplan for SS Supremacy. Translation by Joachim Neugroschel. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20676: ALBERT SPEER. - Inside the Third Reich. Memoirs by Albert Speer. Translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston. Introduction by Eugene Davidson.
26053: JOHN HANNING SPEKE. - Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile. Preface by J.N.L. Baker. [Everyman's Library]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22161: J. SPENCE - The Chan's Great Continent. China in Western Minds.
20849: BASIL SPENCE - Phoenix at Coventry. The Building of a Cathedral.
18947: HERBERT SPENCER - The Data of Ethics. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
19148: E. SPENCER [PSEUD. EDWARD SPENCER MOTT EDWARD SPENCER MOTT]. - "Cakes & Ale. A Memory of many Meals. The whole interspersed with various Recipes, more or less original, and Anecdotes, mainly veracious. By Edward Spencer ('Nathaniel Gubbins'). THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
23233: S. SPENCER ET AL. - The Lonsdale Library. Vol. XVIII. Mountaineering. NEAR FINE COPY
25838: STEPHEN SPENDER - World within World. The Autobiography of Stephen Spender. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16458: B. SPENDER. - Serious Business.
25776: STEPHEN SPENDER. - Citizens in War - and After. Foreword by Herbert Morrison. Colour Photographs by John Hinde. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1637: STEPHEN SPENDER - Selected Poems. SIGNED COPY
24570: EDMUND SPENSER. - The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser. Volume I [only. Containing Aikin's Life of Spenser; Spenser's Letter to Raleigh; Verses and Sonnets of Faery Queene; Faery Queene Books 1-III]. IN CONTEMPORARY FULL ROAN
23117: EDMUND SPENSER. - The Faerie Queene. Illustrated by Walter Crane. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
12196: (WILLIAM PICKERING). EDMUND SPENSER - The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser. In Five Volumes. COMPLETE SET IN ORIGINAL PICKERING CLOTH
26577: GRANTON-ON-SPEY - Grantown-on-Spey. Official Guide Book. FINE COPY
23861: "J.I. SPICER AND L.S. MARSH, (EDS.)" - Angling in the Midlands. The Anglers' Handbook and Map of the Trent Fishery District. A SCARCE SURVIVAL
17441: A. PRICE AND M. SPICK. - Great Aircraft of WWII.
17852: M. SPICK - "Luftwaffe Bomber Aces. Men, Machines, Methods."
20468: 'SPIDER' JACOBSON - Huic Holloa! Being the Sporting Reminiscences of a Totally Unimportant Person.
15067: D. SPIERS - Troopships to Calais. The Story of Calais as a Military Port from 1944 to 1947 and the Ships which served it.
10015: R.A.H. SPIERS - "Round About 'The Mitre' at Oxford. (Episodes of the University, City and Hotel). Compiled by R.A.H. Spiers. Second Edition, revised and enlarged."
14768: A. SPOONER - In Full Flight. [Foreword by Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Pughe Lloyd].
14769: A. SPOONER - In Full Flight. [Revised Edition]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
18983: I.D. SPREADBURY - Fowey. A Brief History. Revised Edition.
14856: (AUGUST STRINDBERG). EDMUND SPRIGGE - The Strange Life of August Strindberg.
22963: DUNCAN SPROTT - The House of the Eagle. Book One of the Ptolomies Quartet. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16518: B. WHITE-SPUNNER - Horse Guards.
25321: B. SPURDLE - The Blue Arena. [Second and Best Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20470: C.H. SPURGEON - 'Till He Come'. Communion Meditations and Addresses. (Not Published in the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit). FIRST EDITION IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING
25593: (HENRI MATISSE). H. SPURLING - Matisse. The Unknown [with] Matisse. The Master. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
19859: W. SPURRELL - "Carmarthen and its Neighbourhood. Notes Topographical and Historical. Second Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE BEST EDITION"
14162: 'SPY' [PSEUD. LESLIE WARD] - "Original Vanity Fair Caricature Portrait of John Roberts, Jr.. April 4, 1885."
14163: 'SPY' [PSEUD. LESLIE WARD] - Original Vanity Fair Caricature Portrait of H.W. Stevenson. Vanity Fair Supplement [1905].
23383: H.F. SQUIRE AND A.P. SQUIRE - Henfield Cricket and its Sussex Cradle. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
13711: D. SQUIRE - The Concise Gardening Encyclopedia. Illustrated by Vana Haggerty.
23591: (STANBROOK ABBEY PRESS). ST. AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO. ST - Unless the Grain Die. [Decorations by Margaret Adams]. 160 COPIES WERE PRINTED
11039: HATFIELD [ST - "The Story of Hatfield Parish Church [St. Etheldreda], Hertfordshire. Illustrated. Tenth Edition."
19626: J. STABB - "Some old Devon Churches, their Rood Screens, Pulpits, Fonts, etc. [Complete Set]. STABB COMPLETE"
26488: G.F. STABLER - Aldwick & Craigwell of the Past. FINE COPY
14736: "(ARTHUR WELLESLEY, DUKE OF WELLINGTON). DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND MADAME DE STAEL" - The Unpublished Correspondence of Madame de Stael and the Duke of Wellington. Translated by Harold Kurtz. With a Foreword by Comtesse Jean de Pange.
5957: (BRITISH ARMY). IMPERIAL GENERAL STAFF - Comrades in Arms. Three Talks to Junior Officers or Officer Cadets to assist them in the handling of their Men: June 1942.
17049: D. STAFFORD - Ten Days to D-Day. Countdown to the Liberation of Europe. AUTHOR'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY TO J H OWEN
20034: R.S. STAFFORD - The Tragedy of the Assyrians. ORIGINAL EDITION IN FULL MOROCCO
23369: R.C.S. STAFFORD - Theory of Flight for Glider Pilots. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23291: (DON GREER). G.B. STAFFORD. - Thunderbolt in Action. Illustrated by Don Greer. Squadron/Signal Publications. [Aircraft No.
27735: D. STAFFORD - Endgame 1945. Victory. Retribution. Liberation. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16374: F.N. STAGG. - The Heart of Norway. A History of the Central Provinces. With a Foreword by the Bishop of Trondheim. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND EDITOR
16077: F.N. STAGG - North Norway [with] Heart of Norway [with] West Norway and its Fjords [with] East Norway and its Frontier [with] South Norway. OUTSTANDING SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
16533: E.N. STAINES - A Guide to the Monumental Brasses & Incised Slabs on the Isle of Wight. 525 COPIES WERE PRINTED
10267: N. STAINES - Dear Amberley. A Guide to Amberley and History of the Parish.
22663: N. STAINES - Dear Amberley. A Guide to Amberley and History of the Parish.
16187: T. STAINFORTH - Rambles Round Hull. [Foreword by H. . Foster].
26512: STAMFORD - The Ancient Borough of Stamford in Lincolnshire. NEAR FINE COPY
2566: L.D. STAMP - Britain's Structure and Scenery.
10414: D. STAMP - "Nature Conservation in Britain. With a list of Conservation Areas in England, Wales and Scotland."
15344: M. YOUNG AND R. STAMP - Trojan Horses. Deception Operations in the Second World War.
2567: L.D. STAMP - Britain's Structure and Scenery.
26380: EASTBOURNE STANDARD - The Eastbourne Standard (Sumfield's) Hailsham Almanac and Directory for 1898. Fifteenth Year of Publication. HAILSHAM ALMANAC: A RARE SURVIVAL
5285: R.W. STANDING - Old East Preston. Some Historical Notes - 1.
13893: R.W. STANDING - East Preston and Kingston. An Illustrated History.
17234: C. THOMAS-STANFORD - The Sussex Musters of 1618.
13660: C. CLUTTON AND J. STANFORD. - The Vintage Motor-Car [Fourth Impression]. he Vintage Motor-Car [Fourth Impression].
17817: C. THOMAS-STANFORD - Sussex in the Great Civil War 1642-1660.
18667: C. THOMAS-STANFORD (ED.) - The Private Memorandums of William Roe of Withdean in the County of Sussex. WITH THE AUTHOR'S COMPLIMENTS SLIP
24745: CONSTANTIN STANISLAVSKI. - Building a Character. Translated by Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood.
21273: CONSTANTIN STANISLAVSKY. - My Life in Art. Translated from the Russian by J. . Robbins. NEAR FINE COPY
1993: C. STANLEY - The History of Britain. An Aerial Survey.
24429: HENRY MORTON STANLEY - "In Darkest Africa. Or the Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin Governor of Equatoria. New Edition, corrected and revised throughout. [With a new Preface by the Author]."
22114: HENRY MORTON STANLEY. - The Exploration Diaries of H.M. Stanley. Now first published from the Original Manuscripts. Edited by Richard Stanley and Alan Neame. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27807: A.P. STANLEY - "Historical Memorials of Westminster Abbey. Fifth Edition, with the Author's final Revisions. WITH THE AUTHOR'S FINAL REVISIONS"
15349: J.D. STANLEY - In Spite of Dungeons. The Experience as a POW in North Korea of the Chaplain to the First Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment.
19891: D. STANLEY. - [Basingstoke] Within Living Memory. [Preface by John Betjeman].
19495: HENRY MORTON STANLEY - "In Darkest Africa. Or the Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin Governor of Equatoria. New Edition, corrected and revised throughout. [With a new Preface by the Author]. IN FULL MOROCCO"
19496: HENRY MORTON STANLEY - "In Darkest Africa. Or the Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin Governor of Equatoria. New Edition, corrected and revised throughout. [With a new Preface by the Author]."
23622: (EVELYN WAUGH). MARTIN STANNARD - Evelyn Waugh. The Early Years1903-1939 [with] No Abiding City 1939-1966. BRIGHT SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
23958: (DON GREER). H-H. STAPFER. - Strangers in a Strange Land. Illustrated by Don Greer. NEAR FINE COPY
18569: OLAF STAPLEDON - First and Last Men. A Story of the Near and Far Future.
7914: H. STAPLETON - "Memorials of Calverley Parish Church and its Forty-One Vicars. With some Account of the Old Hall, Calverley, Esholt Priory and Hall, and the Daughter Churches of Pudsey, Idle, and Farsley. 100 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
13299: FREYA STARK - Dust in the Lion's Paw. Autobiography 1939-1946. [Second Impression].
15921: (REYNOLDS STONE). FREYA STARK. - A Peak in Darien. [Illustrated by Reynolds Stone].
8520: FREYA STARK - Beyond Euphrates. Autobiography 1928-1933.
2822: (REYNOLDS STONE). FREYA STARK. - Perseus in the Wind. [Illustrated by Reynolds Stone].
19392: FREYA STARK - Riding to the Tigris.
16245: FREYA STARK - An Italian Diary. With a Foreword by Freya Stark.
6989: FREYA STARK - East is West.
27258: F. STARK - "The Minaret of Djam. An Excursion in Afghanistan. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
27259: F. STARK - "The Lycian Shore. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
13359: FREYA STARK - The Lycian Shore.
3082: (REYNOLDS STONE). FREYA STARK. - Perseus in the Wind. [Illustrated by Reynolds Stone].
24675: FREYA STARK. - Traveller's Quest. Original Contributions towards a Philosophy of Travel. Edited by M.A Michael. [Includes 'Remote Places' by Freya Stark].
26128: FREYA STARK - The Southern Gates of Arabia. Introduced by Sara Wheeler. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
5634: FREYA STARK - The Coast of Incense. Autobiography 1933-1939.
18059: FREYA STARK - The Coast of Incense. Autobiography 1933-1939.
7185: (REYNOLDS STONE). FREYA STARK. - The Zodiac Arch. [Illustrations by Reynolds Stone]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24630: FREYA STARK. - Freya Stark Letters. Edited by Caroline Moorehead. Volume Eight. Traveller's Epilogue 1960-80. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24991: FREYA STARK. - Freya Stark Letters. Edited by Caroline Moorehead. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
27690: E. STARKIE - Arthur Rimbaud. [Second and Best Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20730: A. STARKIE - The Church of England and the Bangorian Controversy 1716-21.
27781: B. DENNY AND C. STARREN - Kensington Past. SIGNED BY BOTH AUTHORS
15278: (ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE). D. STASHOWER - Teller of Tales. The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle.
26803: H. STAUNTON - "The Chess-Player's Handbook. A Popular and Scientific Introduction to the Game of Chess, exemplified in Games actually played by the greatest Masters, and illustrated by numerous Diagrams of original and remarkable Positions. THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
15476: E.F. STAVELEY - "British Insects. A Familiar Description of the Form, Structure, Habits, and Transformations of Insects."
16764: P.J. STEAD - Songs of the Restoration Theatre. Edited from the Printed Books of the Time with an Introduction.
24300: WILLIAM T. STEAD (ED.). - Real Ghost Stories. Collected and edited by William T. Stead. New Edition. Rearranged and introduced by Estelle W. Stead. NEAR FINE COPY
25922: RALPH STEADMAN - Between the Eyes. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18433: M. STEDMAN - "Manchester Pals. 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd Battalions of The Manchester Regiment. A History of the Two Manchester Brigades."
20047: M. STEDMAN - "The Somme 1916 & other Experiences of the Salford Pals. A History of the 15th, 16th, 19th and 20th Battalions Lancashire Fusiliers 1914-1919. A History of the Salford Brigade. [Second Edition]."
1296: JOHN STEEGMAN. - Cambridge. Revised by Bryan Little. [Fifth Edition].
2370: J. STEEGMAN. - Cambridge. [Fifth Edition]. Revised by Bryan Little.
8748: D.I.A. STEEL - A Lincolnshire Village. The Parish of Corby Glen in its historical Context.
15074: R. STEEL - Bentley. The Cars from Crewe.
15491: J. STEELE - Queen Mary.
26401: R. STEELE - The Earliest English Music Printing. A Description and Bibliography of English Printed Music to the Close of the Sixteenth Century. [Facsimile reissue]. FINE COPY
711: F.W. STEER - "John Philipot's Roll of the Constables of Dover Castle and Lord Wardens of the Cinque Ports, 1627. With a Foreword by Sir Winston Churchill. Introduction and Notes by Francis W. Steer."
2728: W.S. STEER - Devon Pioneers of Social Insurance.
27298: F.W. STEER - The Cathedral Church of Our Lady and Saint Philip Arundel. A Monograph to celebrate its first Hundred Years 1873-1973. NEAR FINE COPY
18926: F.W. STEER - Guide to the Church of Coombes.
20762: F. STEER - Arnhem. The Fight to Sustain. The Untold Story of the Airborne Logisticians. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13170: F.W. STEER - "Guide to the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Burpham. Mary the Virgin, Burpham."
26492: F.W. STEER - "The John Edes House, West Street, Chichester. FINE COPY"
26493: F.W. STEER - "The Corporation of St. Pancras, Chichester. Pancras, Chichester. FINE COPY"
1811: E. STEERE - An Account of the Persecutions of the Early Church under the Roman Emperors. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY WITH DESIRABLE PROVENANCE
319: J.A. STEERS - "New Naturalist. The Sea Coast. [Fourth Edition, Second Impression]."
26545: E. STEHLIK. - Lidice. The Story of a Czech Village. [Translation by Peter Kerfuerst]. FINE COPY
23584: J. STEIN - Lift is where you find it. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
2159: AUREL STEIN - "On Ancient Central-Asian Tracks. Brief Narrative of Three Expeditions in Innermost Asia and North-Western China. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
24113: JOHN STEINBECK. - Once there was a War. Preface by Janine Di Giovanni. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
20478: S. STEINBERG - Die Entdeckung Amerikas. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER WITH SLIP-CASE
23636: STENDHAL. - The Green Huntsman. Being the First Book of Lucien Leuwen. Translated from the French by H.L.R. Edwards. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7049: E.H. STENNING - Isle of Man.
22308: (CHARLES HERBERT LIGHTOLLER). P. STENSON. - 'Lights'. The Odyssey of C. . Lightoller. With an Introduction by Walter Lord. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3226: A. MAWER AND F.M. STENTON - "The Place-Names of Buckinghamshire. [English Place-Name Society, vol. II]."
26413: J.E.B. GOVER A. MAWER AND F.M. STENTON - "The Place-Names of Northamptonshire. [English Place-Name Society, Vol."
26414: A. MAWER AND F.M. STENTON . - "The Place-Names of Sussex. With the Assistance of J.E.B. Gover. [English Place-Name Society, Vols. VI and VII]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
14929: EDWARD STEP. - "Shell Life. An Introduction to the British Mollusca. Revised by A. Laurence Wells. With Upwards of Six Hundred Illustrations, 188 of which prepared in Colour by W.J. Stokoe. [Wayside and Woodland series. Third Impression]."
14928: EDWARD STEP. - "Wayside and Woodland Blossoms. A Pocket Guide to British Wild-Flowers for the Country Rambler (First Series). New Edition, with clear Descriptions of 394 Species. With coloured Figures of 127 Species by Mabel E. Step."
9790: EDWARD STEP - Wayside and Woodland Trees. A Pocket Guide to the British Sylva.
19185: EDWARD STEP. - "Animal Life of the British Isles. A Guide to the Mammals, Reptiles and Batrachians of Wayside and Woodland. With 111 plates from Photographs, 48 in Colour. [Wayside and Woodland. Eighth Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21745: EDWARD STEP. - "Animal Life of the British Isles. A Guide to the Mammals, Reptiles and Batrachians of Wayside and Woodland. With 111 plates from Photographs, 48 of which prepared in Colour by W.J. Stokoe. [Wayside and Woodland series. Fourth Impression]."
26716: EDWARD STEP - "Shell Life. An Introduction to the British Mollusca. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PICTORIAL CLOTH"
12720: EDWARD STEP - Nature in the Garden. Wild Life at our Doors. Midsummer to Winter.
18264: EDWARD STEP. - "Animal Life of the British Isles. A Guide to the Mammals, Reptiles and Batrachians of Wayside and Woodland. [Illustrated by W.J. Stokoe]. !!!!!!!!!!!!. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
14534: EDWARD STEP. - Wild Flowers of the Wayside and Woodland. Based on the Standard Work 'Wayside and Woodland Blossoms' by Edward Step. Containing a Descriptive History of 762 Species together with Eighty Plates in Colour [A Wayside Pocket Guide; Third Impression].
17828: EDWARD STEP. - "Shell Life. An Introduction to the British Mollusca. Revised by A. Laurence Wells. With Upwards of Six Hundred Illustrations, 188 of which prepared in Colour by W.J. Stokoe. [Wayside and Woodland series. Second Impression]."
17481: EDWARD STEP - Wayside and Woodland Trees. A Guide to the British Sylva. Revised by A Keith Jackson and A. Bruce Jackson.
24145: EDWARD STEP. - "Animal Life of the British Isles. A Guide to the Mammals, Reptiles and Batrachians of Wayside and Woodland. With 111 plates from Photographs, 48 of which prepared in Colour by W.J. Stokoe. [Wayside and Woodland. Third Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY"
17462: EDWARD STEP. - "Wayside and Woodland Trees. A Guide to the British Sylva. Revised by A. Keith Jackson and A. Bruce Jackson. With colour Plates by Dorothy Fitchew. [Second Edition, Sixth Impression]."
24362: C.A. RUUD AND S.A. STEPANOV . - Fontanka 16. The Tsars' Secret Police. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13510: J. STEPHAN - Historical Guide to Buckfast Abbey.
27001: LESLIE STEPHEN. - Hours in a Library. Introduction by Jonathan Steinberg. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
18092: LESLIE STEPHEN - "Hours in a Library. New Edition, with Additions. SPLENDID SET IN PUBLISHER'S ORIGINAL BINDING"
15310: E. STEPHENS - The Clerks of the Counties 1360-1960. With a Foreword by the Viscount Kilmuir.
17513: (VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY). W.B. STEPHENS (ED.) - Victoria History of the County of Warwick. Volume VIII. The City of Coventry and Borough of Warwick. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
14759: (BANK OF ENGLAND). T.A. STEPHENS - A Contribution to a Bibliography of the Bank of England [Facsimile reissue]. Contribution to a Bibliography of the Bank of England [Facsimile reissue].
14760: (BANK OF ENGLAND). T.A. STEPHENS - A Contribution to a Bibliography of the Bank of England. 250 COPIES WERE PRINTED
11817: (VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY). W.B. STEPHENS (ED.) - A History of the County of Warwick. Edited by W.B. Stephens. Volume VII. The City of Birmingham. 1200 COPIES WERE PRINTED`
26787: G.W. KITCHIN F.T. MADGE AND W.R.W. STEPHENS (EDS.) - "Documents relating to the Chapter of Winchester, 1541-1547 [with] Documents relating to Winchester Cathedral in the Seventeenth Century. ocuments relating to the Chapter of Winchester, 1541-1547 [with] Documents relating to Winchester Cathedral in the Seventeenth Century."
24467: NEAL STEPHENSON - Quicksilver [with] The Confusion [with] The System of the World. BAROQUE CYCLE COMPLETE
24464: NEAL STEPHENSON - Anathem. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18073: T.A. STEPHENSON - The British Sea Anemones. [Ray Society]. 1025 SETS WERE PRINTED
13364: SHEILA KAYE-SMITH AND G.B. STERN. - More Talk of Jane Austen.
13158: SHEILA KAYE-SMITH AND G.B. STERN. - More Talk of Jane Austen.
13774: R.C. STERN - Battle beneath the Waves. The U-Boat War.
21730: LAURENCE STERNE. - "The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. [With an Introduction by Charles Whibley]."
15536: LAURENCE STERNE. - Tristram Shandy. [Everyman's Library edition. Introduction by George Saintsbury].
17036: T.M.P. STEVENS - "The Long Summer. 45 Commando Royal Marines 1963-1964. Aden, Tanganyika and the Radfan."
25995: (BRIAN ALLDERIDGE). R. STEVENS. - Laggard. Illustrated by Brian Allderidge. IN DUSTWRAPPER
14181: F. STEVENS - Stonehenge Today & Yesterday. With Plans and Illustrations by Heywood Sumner. [Revised Edition].
13430: T.H.G. STEVENS - Manchester of Yesterday.
20560: G.R. STEVENS - Fourth Indian Division [1939-1945]. [Foreword by Field-Marshal Viscount Wavell]. NEAR FINE COPY
10528: H.F. STEVENSON. - A Galaxy of Saints. Character Studies of some Biblical 'Lesser Lights'. With a Foreword by Paul S Rees.
27011: W. STEVENSON - A Man called Intrepid. The Secret War. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
16884: JAMES STEVENSON - Dartmouth Conspiracy. [Second Impression].
11466: C. SINCLAIR-STEVENSON - Famous Regiments. The Gordon Highlanders. [Introduction by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
23098: J. STEVENSON - Two Centuries of Life in Down 1600-1800. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
18807: MRS. S. STEVENSON - The Religious Quest of India. The Rites of the Twice-Born. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
19787: F.J. STEVENSON. - "A Traveller of the Sixties. Being Extracts from the Diaries kept by the late Frederick James Stevenson of his Journeyings and Explorations in Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Patagonia, Chile and Bolivia during the Years 1867-1879. [Edited by D. Timins]."
23734: ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - Underwoods. [Second Edition].
10247: J. STEVENSON - The Durford Cartulary.
9920: C. SINCLAIR-STEVENSON - Famous Regiments. The Gordon Highlanders. [Introduction by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
21385: F.S. STEVENSON - A History of Montenegro. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
22406: ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. - "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, The Merry Men and other Tales. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, The Merry Men and other Tales. Introduction by M.R. Ridley. [Everymans Library]. FIRST APPEARANCE WITH RIDLEY'S INTRODUCTION"
19140: ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. - An Inland Voyage. Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes. Silverado Squatters. [Introduction by Ernest Rhys. Everyman's Library]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER WITH COPYRIGHT STAMP
25542: MARY STEWART - Rose Cottage. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10675: "THE GUNS OF THE FRIGATE UNICORN. ILLUSTRATED BY MARY K. STEWART. [SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND REDESIGNED]." - "8vo., Second and Best Edition, with numerous illustrations in the text; original pictorial wrappers, wire-stitched as issued, a near fine copy. The frigate HMS Unicorn was launched at Chatham in 1824. The oldest British built ship afloat, she is currently undergoing long-term preservation in Dundee."
18286: I.H. STEWART - The Scottish Coinage.
1146: W.H. STEWART - "Chelsea Old Church. A Guide to the Parish Chapel of the Parish of St. Luke, Chelsea."
24989: MARY STEWART. - The Wind off the Small Isles. Illustrations by Laurence Irving.
15949: R.N. STEWART. - The Boys' Book of Angling. [Fourth Impression].
17159: J.A. STEWART - Manual of Colloquial Burmese.
21296: A. STEWART - Eighth Army's Greatest Victories. Alam Halfa to Tunis 1942-43. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21956: I. MACA. STEWART - "History of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 2nd Battalion (The Thin Red Line), Malayan Campaign 1941-1942. Foreword by Field-Marshal Earl Wavell."
3577: R. STEWART - "Handbook of the Torquay Flora. Comprising the Flowering Plants and Ferns growing in and around Torquay, with their respective Habitats."
22672: A. STEWART - They Flew Hurricanes.
22194: A. STEWART - The Early Battles of Eighth Army. 'Crusader' to the Alamein Line 1941-1942. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23701: MARY STEWART - Touch Not the Cat. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21259: MARY STEWART - Airs above the Ground.
19708: A. STEWART - A Highland Parish. Or the History of Fortingall. With a Foreword by William J. Watson.
18504: T.G. STICKINGS - The Story of Saundersfoot. [Foreword by Lord Merthyr. Second Edition].
26500: W. PICTON AND J. STIRK . - Life in Ightham in the 1800s. FINE COPY
24238: I.T. HENDERSON AND D.I. STIRK . - Golf in the Making. Revised Edition. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9018: J.F. STIRLING - An Atlas illustrating the Acts of the Apostles and the Epistles.
20408: G. STITT - HMS Wideawake. Destroyer and Preserver. With a Foreword by Commander Anthony Kimmins.
19963: G. STITT - HMS Wideawake. Destroyer and Preserver. With a Foreword by Commander Anthony Kimmins. SIGNED COPY
24668: J. STOCKMAN - Seaforth Highlanders. A Fighting Soldier Remembers (1939-1945). NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
19799: L. STODDARD. - The Rising Tide of Colour against White World-Supremacy. With an Introduction by Madison Grant. [First UK Edition].
26137: J.T. STODDART - The Old Testament in Life and Literature.
20585: T.T. STODDART - "An Angler's Rambles and Angling Songs. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY."
23349: J. STOFF - The Thunder Factory. An Illustrated History of the Republic Aviation Corporation. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15924: H. STOKER - Sea Fishing in Sussex [Fourth Impression]. ea Fishing in Sussex [Fourth Impression].
21147: H. STOKER - Sea Fishing in Kent. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
21148: H. STOKER - Sea Fishing in Sussex. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
5620: H.G. STOKES - English Place-Names.
26679: H.P. STOKES (ED.) - The Chaplains and the Chapel of the University of Cambridge (1256-1568).
540: A.G. FOLLIOTT-STOKES - "The Cornish Coast and Moors. llustrated from Photographs by Alex Begbie, John C. Douglas and the Author."
10246: (F.W. MAITLAND). H.P. STOKES - Township and Borough. Being the Ford Lectures delivered in the University of Oxford in the October Term of 1897. Together with an Appendix of Notes relating the History of the Town of Cambridge [bound with] STOKES (H.P). Outside the Barnwell Gate.
20441: W.J. STOKOE. - "The Observer's Book of Butterflies. Foreword by N. . Riley. Describing all the British Species with 154 illustrations, 60 of which are in full colour. [Coloured plates by H. Swain; monochrome illustrations by Horace Knight]."
24900: W.J. STOKOE. - "The Observer's Book of British Grasses, Sedges and Rushes. With an Introduction by A Bruce Jackson. Describing 100 Species. EARLY ISSUE IN DUSTWRAPPER"
19846: W.J. STOKOE - The Observer's Book of British Wild Animals. Describing Sixty-Nine Species. EARLY ISSUE IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18941: W.J. STOKOE - The Observer's Book of British Wild Flowers. Compiled by W. . Stokoe. Describing Two Hundred British Species. THIRD IMPRESSION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19114: W.J. STOKOE. - "The Observer's Book of Grasses, Sedges and Rushes. With an Introduction by A. Bruce Jackson. Revised and extended by A. Laurence Wells."
20191: W.J. STOKOE - The Observer's Book of British Wild Flowers. Compiled by W. . Stokoe. Describing Two Hundred British Species.
17381: W.J. STOKOE - "Butterflies and Moths of the Wayside and Woodland. Compiled by W. . Stokoe based upon the Standard Works by Richard South. [Wayside and Woodland Pocket Guide, Wayside and Woodland series]. FIRST EDITION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
18847: W.J. STOKOE - The Observer's Book of Trees and Shrubs of the British Isles. Describing One Hundred and Six Species. FIRST EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18335: REYNOLDS STONE (INTRO.). - Reynolds Stone. Engravings. With an Introduction by the Artist and an Appreciation by Kenneth Clark.
20012: R. STONE - A Book of Lettering. Book of Lettering.
20425: S.D. STONE - Barbel. How to Catch Them. [Second Impression].
16687: D.R. STONE (ED.) - The Soviet Union at War 1941-1945.
17684: W.P. STONEMAN (ED.) - [Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues. Volume 5.] Dover Priory.
27677: T.P. STOPFORD - Admiralty Ships Badges. Original Patterns 1919-1994. FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
18125: TOM STOPPARD - Indian Ink. [First Paperback Edition]. FINE COPY
22797: TOM STOPPARD - Voyage [with] Shipwreck [with] Salvage. [The Coast of Utopia complete]. FINE SET IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
19825: L. DE JONG AND J.W.F. STOPPELMAN. - "The Lion Rampant. The Story of Holland's Resistance to the Nazis. [Foreword by Pieter S. Gerbrandy, Prime Minister of The Netherlands]."
18284: J. STORER - "The Antiquarian Itinerary. Comprising Specimens of Architecture, Monastic, Castellated and Domestic, with other vestiges of Antiquity in Great Britain. COMPLETE SET IN PERIOD BINDING"
14573: HARRY STOREY - Hunting & Shooting in Ceylon. With Contributions by Thos. Farr; E. Gordon Reeves; F L Reeves; M L Wilkins; J J Robinson; E L Boyd Moss; S Payne-Gallwey; and R A G Festing. Second Edition.
26415: HARRY STOREY - Hunting & Shooting in Ceylon. With Contributions by Thos. Farr; E. Gordon Reeves; F L Reeves; M L Wilkins; J J Robinson; E L Boyd Moss; S Payne-Gallwey; and R A G Festing. [Ceylon reissue].
23878: P. STOTHARD - On the Spartacus Road. A Spectacular Journey through Ancient Italy. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10822: R.T. STOTT - The Writings of William Somerset Maugham. A Bibliography.
9175: R.T. STOTT - A Bibliography of Books on the Circus in English from 1773 to 1964. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
5505: J. STOUGHTON - Windsor: a History and Description of the Castle and Town.
17974: W.J. STOKOE AND G.H.T. STOVIN - "The Caterpillars of the British Butterflies including the Eggs, Chrysalids and Food-Plants. Edited and with special Articles by G. .T. Stovin. Drawings by J.C. Dollman. [Wayside and Woodland series]."
26802: G.H.T. STOVIN - "Verdant Memories. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
26806: JOHN STOW. - The Survey of London. [Introduction by H.B. Wheatley]. FIRST APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
21918: JOHN STOW. - The Survey of London. [With Introduction by Henry B Wheatley. Everyman's Library edition]. FIRST APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY: LIBRARY BINDING
25540: [J.M.K.] STRABOLGI - The Battle of the River Plate.
2600: J. STRACHEY - The End of Empire.
23595: LYTTON STRACHEY - Eminent Victorians. Cardinal Manning. Florence Nightingale. Dr. Arnold. General Gordon. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
11396: LYTTON STRACHEY - Portraits in Miniature and other Essays.
11661: LYTTON STRACHEY - Characters and Commentaries.
24921: LYTTON STRACHEY - Elizabeth and Essex. A Tragic History.
22468: T.A. STRANGE - "English Furniture, Decoration, Woodwork and Allied Arts during the Last Half of the Seventeenth Century, the Whole of the Eighteenth Century and the earlier Part of the Nineteenth. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
226: (CHARLES DICKENS). W. MILLER AND E.H. STRANGE - A Centenary Bibliography of the Pickwick Papers.
22335: A. STRANKS. - On Duty with PC49. With a Foreword by Brian Reece. Illustrated by F.G. Moorsom.
26393: GEORG VON STRASSBURG. - "Tristan. Translated entire for the First Time [by A. . Hatto]. With the surviving Fragments of the Tristran of Thomas, newly translated. With an Introduction by A.T. Hatto. FIRST APPEARANCE IN PENGUIN CLASSICS"
23244: E. WINGFIELD-STRATFORD - The Squire and his Relations. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
619: J. STRATFORD - "Gloucestershire Biographical Notes. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
22620: P. STRATHERN - Napoleon in Egypt. The Greatest Glory. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15425: "(MUHAMMED ALI, [CASSIUS CLAY]). W. STRATHMORE" - Muhammed Ali. The Unseen Archives.
9647: A.G. STREET - Holdfast. A Novel.
9720: A.G. STREET - Johnny Cowslip.
18515: A.G. STREET - Bobby Bocker. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25725: A.G. STREET - From Dusk till Dawn. [The Story of the Home Guard]. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18833: A.G. STREET - From Dusk till Dawn. [The Story of the Home Guard]. [Third Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18030: A.G. STREET. - Fish and Chips. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19575: A.G. STREET - Hitler's Whistle. FIRST EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19857: A.G. STREET - Farming: How to Begin. [Sixth Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19834: A.G. STREET - Holdfast. A Novel. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1241: A.G. STREET. - Moonraking. Illustrated by Lionel Edwards.
13006: A.G. STREET - "In his own Country. A Selection from the Writings of A. . Street [with Drawings by Lionel Edwards, R.I]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
18348: A.G. STREET - Sweetacres.
18349: A.G. STREET - Harvest by Lamplight. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
18350: A.G. STREET - Harvest by Lamplight. arvest by Lamplight.
23185: A.G. STREET - Gentlemen of the Party.
6380: A.G. STREET - Kittle Cattle.
16100: A.G. STREET. - Wheat and Chaff. With Illustrations by Eric Fitch Daglish. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
21894: B. STREETER - The Buddha and the Christ. An Exploration of the Meaning of the Universe and the Purpose of Human Life. The Bampton Lectures for 1932. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
26108: B.H. STREETER - "The Four Gospels. A Study of Origins. Treating of the Manuscript Tradition, Sources, Authorship & Dates."
17015: E.H.A. STRETTON - Dacre Castle. J H OWEN'S COPY WITH AUTHOR'S A. .
13619: A. STRICKLAND - Lives of the Queens of England from the Norman Conquest. Revised Edition. [Complete set].
20494: FRAN STRIKER - The Lone Ranger and the Mystery Ranch. Written by Fran Striker and based on the famous Lone Ranger adventures created by Geo. W. Trendle.
26385: AUGUST STRINDBERG. - The Red Room. Scenes of Artistic and Literary Life. Translated by Elizabeth Sprigge. SOLE APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
14130: AUGUST STRINDBERG. - Three Plays by August Strindberg. The Father. Miss Julia. Easter. Translated by Peter Watts. [The Penguin Classics].
18053: F.H HINSLEY AND A. STRIPP (EDS.) - Codebreakers. The Inside Story of Bletchley Park.
13008: L.A.G. STRONG - The Rolling Road. The Story of Travel on the Roads of Britain and the Development of Public Passenger Transport.
15605: L.A.G. STRONG - Common Sense About Poetry.
12957: L.A.G. STRONG - The Rolling Road. The Story of Travel on the Roads of Britain and the Development of Public Passenger Transport.
26246: K. STRONG - Intelligence at the Top. The Recollections of an Intelligence Officer. [Second Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25768: JOHN STROUD - "On the Loose. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
18095: I.L. STRUDWICK - Pulborough. A Pictorial History.
1041: J. STRUTHERS - The History of Scotland from the Union to the Abolition of the heritable Jurisdiction in MDCCXLVIII.

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