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23452: A. WALKER - Kensington & Chelsea. A Social and Architectural History. With Peter Jackson. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
18802: R. WALKERLEY - Automobile Racing. A History of Motor Sport.
26569: WALKERN - "St. Mary the Virgin, Walkern. Mary the Virgin, Walkern. FINE COPY"
3891: R.F. SUMRALL AND T.F. WALKOWIAK - USS Kidd (DD661).
2948: J.C. WALL - Porches and Fonts.
25777: EDGAR WALLACE - Bosambo of the River.
21459: I.L. WALLACE - Strangers at Warrender's Halt.
8380: LEW WALLACE - Ben-Hur. A Tale of the Time of our Lord.
24427: LEW WALLACE. - "Ben-Hur. A Tale of the Christ. [Illustrated by W.S. Stacey]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
26024: EDGAR WALLACE - "The Four Just Men. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
26065: IRVING WALLACE - The Fan Club. [First UK Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26060: G. WALLACE - Claude Grahame-White. A Biography. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
11375: J. WALLACE. - "A Description of the Isles of Orkney. Reprinted from the Original Edition of 1693, with Illustrative Notes from an interleaved Copy in the Library of the University of Edinburgh. [Facsimile re-issue]."
14506: EDGAR WALLACE - My Hollywood Diary. IN FULL MOROCCO
12036: W.E. WALLACE - "Michelangelo. The Complete Sculpture, Painting, Artchitecture."
11428: LEW WALLACE. - From Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Ben-Hur. A Tale of the Christ. Ben-Hur. A Tale of the Christ. [The Story of the Making of the Feature Film].
20493: G. WALLACE - RAF Biggin Hill. AF Biggin Hill.
15391: G. WALLACE - Carrier Observer. A Back-Seat Aviator's Story.
22646: N.W. WALLACE - "A Regimental Chronicle & List of Officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot. Regimental Chronicle & List of Officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot."
605: W. WALLEN - "The History and Antiquities of the Round Church at Little Maplestead, Essex. Formerly belonging to the Knights Hospitallers of Saint John of Jerusalem. Preceded by an historical Sketch of the Crusades."
26064: G. WALLER - Kidnap. The Story of the Lindbergh Case. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15069: J.H. WALLER - The Unseen War in Europe. Espionage and Conspiracy in the Second World War.
10844: M. WALLER - London 1945. Life in the Debris of War.
19542: N. WALLINGTON - In Case of Fire. The Illustrated History and Modern Role of the London Fire Brigade. [Royal Foreword by Prince Michael of Kent. Introduction by Ken Knight]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18221: N. WALLINGTON - Firemen at War. The Work of London's Fire-Fighters in the Second World War.
16749: P. RANSOME-WALLIS - Locomotives & Trains of the Big Four.
11936: P. RANSOME-WALLIS - Merchant Ship Panorama.
14532: P. RANSOME-WALLIS - Men of the Footplate.
17976: "(LONGMAN, LTD.). P. WALLIS." - At the Sign of the Ship. Notes on the House of Longman 1724-1974. Foreword by Elizabeth Longman.
6113: A. WALLIS (ED.) - "Bemroses' Guide to to Matlock, Bakewell, Chatsworth, Haddon Hall etc.. With Walks round Matlock-Bath, List of Wild Flowers, Ferns, and Mosses, found in the Neighbourhood, Table of Distances, etc. Edited by Alfred Wallis. SPLENDID COPY IN HALF MOROCCO"
20437: MIDDLE WALLOP [PSEUD. LESLIE SPRAKE] - The Art of Shooting and Rough Shoot Management.
22553: S. WALNE - Hints on Clipping the Poodle.
27300: J. GLENN AND D. WALSH - "Catalogue of the Francis Trigge Chained Library. St. Wulfram's Church, Grantham. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
24718: MAURICE WALSH - "And No Quarter. Being the Chronicle of the Wars of the Montrose as seen by Martin Somers, Adjutant of Women in O'Cahan's Regiment. Rendered into more-or-less modern English. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
17447: J.H. WALSH - "The English Housekeeper's Book: being practical Advice for purchasing the Supplies of the House, and for Brewing, Baking, Preserving and Pickling at Home. WANTING ONE LEAF BUT EXCESSIVELY SCARCE"
20278: DOROTHY L. SAYERS AND J.P. WALSH - "Thrones, Dominations. [A Lord Peter Wimsey/Harriet Vane mystery]. SIGNED BY JILL PATON WALSH"
24032: P. BURTON AND H. WALSHAW. - The English Angel. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15327: J. WALTER - Guns of the Third Reich.
11890: D. WALTERS - The History of the British U Class Submarine.
21711: MINETTE WALTERS - The Ice House. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21712: MINETTE WALTERS - The Ice House. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
21605: WALTHAMSTOW - Highams.
21606: WALTHAMSTOW - Walthamstow Village.
21609: WALTHAMSTOW - Waltham Forest Revisited 1910-1940.
21588: WALTHAMSTOW - Book of the Walthamstow Pageant 1934. NEAR FINE COPY
15544: J.H. WALTON - The Flow Capacity of Glazed Vitrified Clay Pipelines.
768: J. WALTON - "The Greenwell Deeds preserved in the Public Library, Newcastle upon Tyne. Calendared by Joseph Walton. With an Introduction by A. Hamilton Thompson."
22339: IZAAK WALTON - "The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert and Dr. Robert Sanderson [First Major edition]. LARGE PAPER MAJOR IN SIGNED MYERS BINDING"
17451: (ETON COLLEGE). IZAAK WALTON - "['Walton's Lives']. The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert and Dr. Robert Sanderson. [First Major edition]. UNIQUE AND OUTSTANDING ETON ASSOCIATION COPY IN SIGNED PICKERING BINDING"
22234: IZAAK WALTON - "The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr.George Herbert and Dr. Robert Sanderson. A New Edition, with illustrative Notes and Plates. IN CONTEMPORARY FULL CALF"
18531: A. WANLESS - Angler's Creel.
27147: D. ROXAN AND K. WANSTALL - "The Jackdaw of Linz. The Story of Hitler's Art Thefts. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
25289: DIRECTOR OF WAR - "The Road to Tokyo and Beyond. Third Report to the President, the Senate, and the House of Representatives by the Director War, Mobilization and Reconversion. July 1, 1945."
18188: THE KOREAN WAR. [SECOND IMPRESSION]. - "8vo., Second Impression, with numerous plates, 5 maps in the text and endpaper maps; black cloth, backstrip lettered in silver, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Published three months after the first edition"
17518: A.L. WARD - Pike. How to Catch Them. [Second Impression].
16761: A.D.L. CARY S. MCCANCE AND C.H.D. WARD - Regimental Records of the Royal Fusiliers (late the 23rd Foot). [Volumes 1-4].
12430: ARTEMIS WARD [PSEUD. C.H. BROWNE] - "Artemus Ward. His Book [with 'Artemus Ward among the Fenians', and 'Artmeus Ward. His Travels'. Introductions by George Augustus Sala]."
23846: C.H.D. WARD - The 56th Division. (Ist London Territorial Division). THE ORIGINAL EDITION
25524: FRANK KINGDON WARD - The Land of the Blue Poppy. Travels of a Naturalist in Eastern Tibet. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9551: F.K. WARD - The Romance of Gardening. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
24026: A.C. WARD. - A Literary Journey through Wartime Britain. Illustrated by Frederick T Chapman. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
13394: J. WARD - Romano-British Buildings and Earthworks. [Antiquary's Books].
25353: C.H.D. WARD. - The 74th (Yeomanry) Division in Syria and France. With a Foreword by Field-Marshall Viscount Allenby. IN FULL MOROCCO
1013: J. WARD - Romano-British Buildings and Earthworks. [Antiquary's Books].
8412: C.H.D. WARD - History of the 53rd (Welsh) Division (T.F.) 1914-1918.
22985: C. WARD - Chartres. The Making of a Miracle. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
20637: J. WARD - With the 'Die-Hards' in Siberia. THE ONLY BRITISH UNIT HISTORY IN THE RUSSIAN INTERVENTION
7286: J. WARD - Submarines of World War II.
6985: G.A. WARD - Essex Local History. A Short Guide to Books and Manuscripts.
8124: W.H. WARD - "The Architecture of the Renaissance in France. A History of the Evolution of the Arts of Building, Decoration and Garden Design under the Classical Influence from 1495 to 1830. Second Edition, revised."
26771: (MICHAEL LAMBART). M. WARDEN. - Squire Rabbit. A Tale. Illustrated by Michael Lambart. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17815: R. ELLIS AND B. WARLOW - The Royal Navy at Malta. Volume I: The Victorian Era 1865-1906 [with] Vol. II: 1907-1939. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
305: E. WARMING - A Handbook of Systematic Botany. With a Revision of the Fungi by Dr. E. Knoblauch. Translated and edited by M.C. Potter.
15037: H. WARNE (ED.) - Wivelsfield. The History of a Wealden Parish. Researched by Wivelsfield History Study Group and edited by Heather Warne. SIGNED BY EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS
25591: P. WARNER - The Vital Link. The Story of Royal Signals 1945-1985.
20527: P. WARNER - Horrocks. The General who led from the Front.
27202: W. LEE-WARNER - Memoirs of Field Marshal Sir Henry Wylie Norman. THE HERO OF DELHI
27916: OLIVER WARNER - "An Introduction to British Marine Painting. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
21788: OLIVER WARNER - The Glorious First of June. [Batsford British Battles series].
27885: OLIVER WARNER - The Crown Jewels. With colour Plates by Paxton Chadwick. [King Penguin 60]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
6133: "(CHATTO & WINDUS, LTD.). O. WARNER" - "Chatto & Windus. A Brief Account of the Firm's Origin, History and Development."
1289: OLIVER WARNER - Trafalgar.
13553: OLIVER WARNER - The Battle of the Nile. [Batsford Brititsh Battles series].
13014: P. WARNER - The British Cavalry.
20306: (ADMIRAL SIR CHARLES LAMBE). O. WARNER - Admiral of the Fleet. The Life of Sir Charles Lambe. With an Introduction by Admiral of the Fleet Earl Mountbatten of Burma and a Foreword by Sir Steven Runciman.
16832: G. WARNER (ED.) - The Libelle Of Englyshe Polycye 1436. A Poem on the Use of Sea-Power. Edited by Sir George Warner.
10947: O. WARNER - A History of the Tin Plate Workers alias Wire Workers Company of the City of London. History of the Tin Plate Workers alias Wire Workers Company of the City of London.
202: (MARIE STOPES). P. EATON AND M. WARNICK - Marie Stopes. A Checklist of her Writings.
27192: J. WARRACK - Greek Sculpture. NEAR FINE COPY
23095: GRAEME WARRACK - Travel by Dark After Arnhem. Foreword by HRH Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.
680: (VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY). D. WARRAND (ED.) - Hertfordshire Families. Edited by D. Warrand. EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE COUNTY GENEALOGY
2400: C.H. WARREN - Essex.
20171: C. HENRY WARREN - English Cottages and Farm-Houses. [Britain in Pictures series].
4572: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). C. HENRY WARREN. - Happy Countryman. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe.
4909: C. HENRY WARREN - Happy Countryman.
4910: C. HENRY WARREN - The Thorn Tree. Poems.
4905: C. HENRY WARREN - The Writer's Art.
11034: C. HENRY WARREN - A Cotswold Year. Cotswold Year.
16598: J.C. WARREN - Airborne Operations In WWII. European Theatre. FACSIMILE REISSUE
21985: C. HENRY WARREN. - "The Good Life. An Anthology of the Life and Work of the Countryside, in Prose and Poetry. Drawings by Alexander Walker. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
19074: (D.J. WATKINS-PITCHFORD). C. HENRY WARREN. - England is a Village. Illustrated by Denys Watkins Pitchford. [Third Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4908: C. HENRY WARREN - Happy Countryman. [binding variant].
18574: B. WARRILOW - Nabob. The First Canadian-Manned Aircraft Carrier. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25075: J. WARRINGTON - Everyman's Classical Dictionary. 800BC - AD. 337. [Everyman's Reference Library]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26440: (PASTON FAMILY). JOHN WARRINGTON (ED.) - The Paston Letters. Edited with an Introduction by John Warrington. [Everyman's Library]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
915: J.W. WARTER - "Appendicia et Pertinentiae. Or, Parochial Fragments of West Tarring, and the Chapelries of Heene and Durrington, in the County of Sussex. IN CONTEMPORARY CLOTH"
8284: J.W. WARTER - "Appendicia et Pertinentiae; or, Parochial Fragments of West Tarring, and the Chapelries of Heene and Durrington, in the County of Sussex. SPLENDID COPY IN HALF CALF"
19654: THOMAS WARTON [THE YOUNGER]. - The Poetical Works of Thomas Warton. he Poetical Works of Thomas Warton collated with the best Editions by Thomas Park.
10718: OLIVER GOLDSMITH. W. COLLINS AND T. WARTON - "The Poetical Works of Goldsmith, Collins and T. Warton. With Lives, Critical Dissertations and Explanatory Notes."
26561: WARWICK - Warwick. Town of History. Official Guide. NEAR FINE COPY
9637: A.R. WARWICK - The Phoenix Suburb. A South London Social History. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
4470: WARWICKSHIRE - "A Guide to Warwick, Kenilworth, Stratford-on-Avon, Coventry, and the various Places of Interest in the Neighbourhood. Thirty-Eighth Edition."
16121: J. WATERHOUSE - The Stone Circles of Cumbria.
76: KEITH WATERHOUSE - "Billy Liar. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
21077: S. WATERLOW - In Praise of Cambridge. An Anthology in Prose and Verse. IN FULL MOROCCO
20387: D.W. WATERS - The Art of Navigation in England in Elizabethan and Early Stuart Times. With a Foreword by Earl Mountbatten of Burma.
27410: B. WATKIN - A Shell Guide [to Buckinghamshire]. Buckinghamshire. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13268: B. WATKIN - A Shell Guide: Surrey. Surrey. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24785: A. WATKIN. - The Diaries of Absalom Watkin. A Manchester Man 1787-1861 .
12155: TASKER WATKINS - A.L.s from Tasker Watkins VC.
24228: G.N. WRIGHT AND J. WATKINS. - The Life and Reign of William the Fourth. IN CONTEMPORARY HALF CALF
571: H.R. WATKINS - Dartmouth. Vol I. - Pre-Reformation.
26118: A. WATKINS - "Early British Trackways, Moats, Mounds, Camps and Sites. A Lecture given to the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club, at Hereford, September 1921. ."
675: A. WATKINS - The Old Standing Crosses of Herefordshire. With a Foreword by Martin Linton Smith.
13625: B. WATKINS - The Story of Flaxley Abbey (L'Abbaye de St. Marie de Dene) and the Cistercian Monks in the Forest of Dean. Marie de Dene) and the Cistercian Monks in the Forest of Dean. SIGNED COPY
18896: BERNARD WATNEY - Longton Hall Porcelain. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
19028: P. WATSON. - Tiger Moths to Typhoons. The Story of a World War Two Fighter Pilot. Edited bu Sue and Andy Parlour. SIGNED BY THE EDITORS
22275: A. PETROVA AND P. WATSON. - The Death of Hitler. The Final Words from Russia's Secret Archives]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25913: WILLIAM WATSON. - The Poems of William Watson. [Introduction by J. Spender]. NEAR FINE COPY
21312: F. WATSON - The Story of the Highland Regiments (1725-1925). [Second Edition].
24005: J.S. WATSON - A History of the Salters' Company. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6662: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). C. WATSON - 'Winter with Williamson' [in] 'The Countryman'. Vol. 94. Number 4. Winter 1989.
27407: B. WATSON - Devon. Shell Guide. Compiled with many Illustrations and Information of every Sort. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED SECOND STATE DUSTWRAPPER
247: (BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY). (HENRY SAVILE). A.G. WATSON - The Manuscripts of Henry Savile of Banke.
17996: S.J. WATSON - Between the Flags. A History of Irish Steepechasing.
20645: F.J.B. WATSON - Louis XVI Furniture.
14327: (MATTHEW BOULTON). JAMES WATT - "Memoir of Matthew Boulton by James Watt. Glasgow, September 17, 1809. Memorandum concerning Mr. Boulton, commencing with my first Acquaintance with him. [From the original Manuscript. Foreword by Arthur Westwood]."
19178: F. WATT - The Book of Edinburgh Anecdote.
10411: R. WATTON - Anatomy of the Ship. The Cruiser Belfast.
15259: R. WATTON - Anatomy of the Ship. The Cunard Liner Queen Mary.
22861: R. WATTON - Anatomy of the Ship. The Battleship Warspite. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20184: R. WATTON - Anatomy of the Ship. The Battleship Warspite. [Second and Best Edition].
15258: R. WATTON - Anatomy of the Ship. The Aircraft Carrier Victorious.
8042: A.J. WATTS - WW2 Fact Files: Battleships.
8225: F.A. DAVEY AND S.G. WATTS - "Westward, Look . . !. Twenty-One Stories of Devon Pioneers and Pilgrims in New England. Published to mark the 350th Anniversary of the Sailing of the Pilgrim Fathers in the 'Mayflower'."
21640: (EDMUND JULIAN). E. WATTS. - How Long is Forever. Illustrations by Edmund Julian.
4012: A.J. WATTS - Axis Submarines.
805: A.J. KING AND B.H. WATTS - "The Municipal Records of Bath, 1189 to 1604."
8041: A.J. WATTS - WW2 Fact Files: Axis Submarines.
4013: A.J. WATTS - Allied Submarines.
8043: A.J. WATTS - WW2 Fact Files: Allied Cruisers.
15639: A.J. WATTS - The Royal Navy. An Illustrated History.
25258: A.J. WATTS - Japanese Warships of World War II. [Fourth Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
19190: A.J. WATTS - "The Loss of the Scharnhorst. [Sea Battles in Close-Up, 1]."
18768: EVELYN WAUGH. - Scoop. A Novel about Journalists. Introduction by James Cameron. Illustrations by Quentin Blake.
12204: EVELYN WAUGH - Unconditional Surrender. The Conclusion of 'Men at Arms' and 'Officers and Gentlemen'.
12205: EVELYN WAUGH - The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold. A Conversation Piece.
15447: EVELYN WAUGH - 'Dr. Wodehouse and Mr. Wain' [review in] Spectator No. 6661. February 24 1956.
22695: EVELYN WAUGH. - The Diaries of Evelyn Waugh. Edited by Michael Davie.
23355: EVELYN WAUGH. - To the War with Waugh. With an Introductory Memoir by Christopher Hollis and Illustrations b y Peter MacKarell. [Edited by J. St. John]. 600 COPIES WERE PRINTED
15495: "(CHAPMAN & HALL, LTD.). ARTHUR WAUGH" - "A Hundred Years of Publishing. Being the Story of Chapman & Hall, Ltd. By Arthur Waugh, Managing Director 1902-1930."
27378: E. WAUGH - [The Sword of Honour trilogy] Men at Arms [with] Officers and Gentlemen [with] Unconditional Surrender. Illustrations by John Lawrence. Introduction by Mark Amory. NEAR FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
11842: EVELYN WAUGH. - The Letters of Evelyn Waugh. Edited by Mark Amory.
14039: EVELYN WAUGH. - Brideshead Revisited. Read by Jeremy Irons. [Unabridged audio book].
9998: EVELYN WAUGH - A Little Learning. The First Volume of an Autobiography.
10389: EVELYN WAUGH - Work Suspended and Other Stories written before the Second World War.
15844: JOHN BETJEMAN. EVELYN WAUGH. - ['City and Suburban' [with] 'A Remarkable Historical Novel']. 'A Remarkable Historical Novel' (Waugh)] [in] Spectator No. 6668. April 13 1956.
7212: E. WAUGH - Rambles in the Lake Country and its Borders.
20899: EVELYN WAUGH - "The Loved One [in] Horizon. Vol. XVII. No. 98,. February 1948. FIRST APPEARANCE"
17325: EVELYN WAUGH. - Scott-King's Modern Europe.
9854: "(G. MOORE, FOUNDER OF THE BUCCANEERS). FIELD-MARSHAL WAVELL" - Two Letters (one A.L.s.; one T.L.s) signed by Field-Marshal Earl Wavell. TWO ORIGINAL LETTERS SIGNED BY FIELD MARSHAL LORD WAVELL
17503: A.P. WAVELL - Campaigns and their Lessons. The Palestine Campaigns [of WWI].
15043: R.H. WAY - A Brief History of Denham Parish and Church. [Third Thousand].
23288: J. WEAL - Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 6. Focke-Wulf Fw 190. Aces of the Russian Front. FINE COPY
12311: J. WEALE. - "A Dictionary of Terms used in Architecture, Building, Engineering, Mining, Metallurgy, Archaeology, the Fine Arts, etc. Edited, with numerous Additions, by Robert Hunt. Sixth Edition."
23523: LAURENCE WEAVER (ED.) - Small Country Houses of To-Day. Edited by Laurence Weaver.
16920: K.G. WEBB - "Stanhope Impressions. The Life and Work of Charles, Third Earl of Stanhope."
27515: B. WEBB - Edmund Blunden. A Biography. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
16610: E.A.H. WEBB - "History of the 12th (The Suffolk) Regiment 1685-1913. Including a Brief History of the East and West Suffolk Militia, the latter being now the 3rd Battalion Suffolk Regiment."
27909: (RONALD SEARLE) KAYE WEBB - Looking at London and People Worth Meeting. Illustrated by Ronald Searle. Foreword by R.J. Cruickshank
20586: A.P. WEBB - A Bibliography of the Works of Thomas Hardy 1865-1916. NEAR FINE COPY
10652: R. WEBBER - Covent Garden. Mud Salad Market.
23409: (AZEMA-BILLA). P. IMBOURG AND A. WEBER - Azema-Billa.
2798: A.F. WEBLING - Risby. Pen and Ink Drawings by Sidney T. Beeson.
27311: J. WEBSTER - "The Complete Works of John Webster. [A New Text with Commentary and Introductions]. Edited by F.L. Lucas. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
14809: G. WEBSTER - The Roman Imperial Army of the First and Second Centuries AD. Second Edition.
15703: H. CESCINSKY AND M.R. WEBSTER - English Domestic Clocks. Illustrated from Drawings and Photographs by the Authors. [Second Edition].
13327: G. WEBSTER - "The Cornovii. [Peoples of Roman Britain series. Second, revised, Edition]."
11058: J. WAKE AND D.C. WEBSTER (EDS.) - The Letters of Daniel Eaton to the Third Earl of Cardigan 1725-1732.
16903: G. WEBSTER - The Roman Imperial Army of the First and Second Centuries AD. Second Edition.
17321: F.A.M. WEBSTER - The History of the Fifth Battalion The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (TA).
8463: M.M. WEBSTER - "Flora of Moray, Nairn and East Inverness."
26781: A.D. WEBSTER - "The Regent's Park and Primrose Hill. History and Antiquities. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
21490: C.K. WEBSTER (ED.) - "British Diplomacy 1813-1815. Selected Documents dealing with the Reconstruction of Europe. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
17753: N.W. WEBSTER - Joseph Locke: Railway Revolutionary.
18704: JOHN WEBSTER. - "The Complete Works of John Webster. [A New Text with Commentary and Introductions]. Edited by F.L. Lucas. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS"
17219: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER AND A. WEDGWOOD - The Buildings of England. Warwickshire..
8121: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER AND A. WEDGWOOD - The Buildings of England. Warwickshire.
12819: C.V. WEDGWOOD - The Trial of Charles I. [Second Impression].
15299: WEEGEE - Weegee's New York. 335 Photographien 1935-1960 mit einem autobiographischen text aus dem amerikanischen von Reinhard Kaiser. [First Paperback Edition].
17665: J.H. WEEKS - "Among Congo Cannibals. Experiences, Impressions and Adventures during a Thirty Years' Sojourn amongst the Boloki and other Congo Tribes with a Description of their curious Habits, Customs, Religion and Laws. PUBLISHER'S PRESENTATION COPY"
13476: J. WEEKS - Airborne Equipment. A History of its Development.
17790: J. CHILLON J-P. DUBOIS AND J. WEGG - French Post-war Transport Aircraft.
25939: H. WEHR. - A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic. Edited by J. Milton Cowan. [First English Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
15309: W. WEIDNER - Eisenhower and Montgomery at the Falaise Gap.
24746: A.E.P. WEIGALL - "The Life and Times of Akhnaton, Pharaoh of Egypt."
8974: R.A.H. WEIGHT - Railways before the Grouping 2. The Great Northern Railway.
2702: R.A.H. WEIGHT - The Great Northern Railway.
3129: R.A.H. WEIGHT - The Great Northern Railway.
19546: (E. MANGENOT). LA GALERIE ANDRE-WEIL - E. Mangenot. Mangenot. NEAR FINE COPY
24416: M. WEINBAUM - English Borough Charters 1307-1660.
16514: H.D. WEINBROT - Menippean Satire Reconsidered. From Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century.
248: (BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY). J.H. WEINER - "A Descriptive Finding-List of Unstamped British Periodicals, 1830-36."
27316: (SAMUEL PEPYS). H. WEINSTEIN - Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College Cambridge. Volume II. Ballads. Part ii: Indexes. With a Note on the Collection by Richard Luckett. FINE COPY
20794: M. WEINSTEIN - Precious and Semi-Precious Stones. Third Edition.
24253: A. WEIR - "Isabella. She-Wolf of France, Queen of England. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
24254: A. WEIR - "Eleanor of Aquitaine. By the Wrath of God, Queen of England. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
10700: L.E. SIMPSON AND M. WEIR - The Weaver's Craft. Foreword by H.H. Holden.
10692: A. WEIR. - The Princes in the Tower. With a Foreword by Ruth Rendell.
11055: T. WEIR - The Oban Line. An illustrated History and Guide.
14104: A. WEIR - "Come On, Highlanders! Glasgow Territorials in the Great War."
27872: R. WEIS - The Yellow Cross. The Story of the Last Cathars 1290-1329. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26707: B. WEISS - New Translation and Exposition of the Book of Ecclesiastes: with Critical Notes on the Hebrew Font.
26216: A. WEISSBERG. - Advocate for the Dead. The Story of Joel Brand. IN DUSTWRAPPER
7007: D. WELBY - Reflections of River. The Kentish Village. [Foreword by Fred Thomas].
23569: DENTON WELCH. - Maiden Voyage. [Foreword by Edith Sitwell]. [First US Edition]. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK
6675: E. WELCH (ED.) - "Devon and Cornwall Record Society. New Series, Vol. 12. Plymouth Building Accounts of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Edited with an Introduction by Edwin Welch."
25577: WELDONS - Weldons Encyclopedia of Needlework. A Practical Guide to Needlecraft in all its Varieties.
21967: J. WELLARD - The Great Sahara.
14559: "(ARTHUR WELLESLEY, DUKE OF WELLINGTON). 7TH DUKE OF. WELLINGTON (ED.)" - "Wellington and his Friends. Letters of the First Duke of Wellington to the Rt. Hon. Charles and Mrs. Arbuthnot, the Earl and Countess of Wilton, Princess Lieven, and Miss Burdett-Coutts."
25627: J.H. WELLINGTON - Southern Africa. A Geographical Study. Vol. I: Physical Geography; Vol. II: Economic and Human Geography.
10739: P.I. WELLMAN - The Female City.
21709: H.G. WELLS - "Invisible Man [with] Love & Mr. Lewisham [with] Tono-Bungay [with] New Machiavelli [with] Island of Dr Moreau [with] Short History World [with] Time Machine [with] History Mr. Polly [with] Kipps [with] War of the Worlds. Lewisham [with] Tono-Bungay [with] New Machiavelli [with] Island of Dr Moreau [with] Short History World [with] Time Machine [with] History Mr. Polly [with] Kipps [with] War of the Worlds [Commemorative Set, Complete]."
25733: H.G. WELLS - "The Outline of History. Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind. Written with the Advice and Editorial Help of Ernest Barker, Sir H.H. Johnston, Sir E. Ray Lankester and Professor Gilbert Murray. COMPLETE SET IN THE ORIGINAL PARTS"
23574: C. WELLS - A Short History of the Port of Bristol. Short History of the Port of Bristol.
21116: H.G. WELLS - A Short History of the World. Popular Edition. FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION
26506: WELLS - "Cathedral Church of St. Andrew, Wells. A Guide to the Statuary of the West Front."
18301: J.G. WELLS - Whaley. The Story of HMS Excellent from 1830 to 1980. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
12893: H.G. WELLS. - The Correspondence of H.G. Wells 1880-1946. NEAR FINE SET
22393: H. WELLS - The Modernization of Puerto Rico. A Political Study of Changing Values and Institutions. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
16825: L.W. WELLS - "The Janowska Road. he Janowska Road, FIRST UK EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERion]. FIRST UK EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
864: S. WELMAN - The Parish and Church of Godalming.
26523: A.E. WELSFORD - "A Church and its People through 900 Years. St. Peter's, Tiverton 1073-1973. FINE COPY"
19401: (ALEAXNDER POPE). L. WELSTED. - Two Poems against Pope. 'One Epistle to Mr. A Pope' (1730) [with] 'The Blatant Beast' (1740). Introduction by Joseph V. Guerinot. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
27297: T. WELTON (TRANS.) - "Jacob's Rod. A Translation from the French of a Rare and Curious Work, A.D. 1693, on the Art of Finding Springs, Mines and Minerals by Means of the Hazel Rod. OUTSTANDING COPY IN CONTEMPORARY CALF"
18062: D.E.G. WEMYSS - "Relentless Pursuit. Captain F J Walker, the greatest Hunter & Destroyer of U-Boats in WWII. [Foreword by Admiral Sir Max Horton]. [Re-issue]."
24106: D.E.G. WEMYSS - Relentless Pursuit. The Story of Captain Walker the U-Boat Destroyer. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13192: H. WENDT - Out of Noah's Ark. The Story of Man's Discovery of the Animal Kingdom. Translated from the German by Michael Bullock.
11612: L.P. WENHAM - York.
21230: WENSLEYDALE - "The Wensleydale Wesleyan Monthly. Vol. XIX., No. 10. October 1918. A RARE SURVIVAL"
23866: P. WENTWORTH - The Alington Inheritance. A Miss Silver Mystery. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16894: F. WENTZEL - Single or Return? The Story of a German POW in British Camps and the Escape of Lieutenant Franz von Werra.
12704: MARY WESLEY - A Dubious Legacy. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11995: MARY WESLEY - A Sensible Life. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DSST-WRAPPER
6555: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Knole and the Sackvilles. [Second Impression].
9417: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Nursery Rhymes. 550 COPIES WERE PRINTED
2483: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - The Death of Nobel Godavary and Gottfried Kunstler.
22427: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - The Land. [Second Impression]. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
10967: REBECCA WEST - Black Lamb and Grey Falcon. The Record of a Journey through Yugoslavia in 1937. [Fifth Impression].
19749: REBECCA WEST. - Rebecca West: A Celebration. Selections from her Writings. Critical Introduction by Samuel Hynes. [First UK Edition].
1591: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - "Dearest Andrew. Letters from V. Sackville-West to Andrew Reiber, 1951-1962. Edited by Nancy MacKnight. [First UK Edition]."
24210: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Saint Joan of Arc. Born January 6th 1412; burned as a Heretic May 30th 1431; canonised as a Saint May 16th 1920. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1595: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Saint Joan of Arc. Born January 6th 1412; burned as a Heretic May 30th 1431; canonised as a Saint May 16th 1920.
19601: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - The Garden.
22244: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Pepita. IN THE SCARCE DUSTWRAPPER
13380: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Solitude. A Poem.
4227: (D.H. LAWRENCE). REBECCA WEST - D.H. Lawrence.
10575: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Grey Wethers. A Romantic Novel.
23840: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - The Edwardians.
14237: N. WEST - A Matter of Trust. MI5 1945-1972
11427: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Family History.
22235: K.S. WEST - The Captive Luftwaffe.
13929: G.S. WEST - A Treatise of the British Freshwater Algae. Treatise of the British Freshwater Algae.
14897: L. SACKVILLE-WEST - "Knole House. Its State Rooms, Pictures and Antiquities. Illustrated from Original Water Colour Drawings by C. Essenhigh Corke. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
23617: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST. - Saint Joan of Arc. Woodcuts by Chris Daunt. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
23842: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - The Edwardians. SIGNED BY VITA SACKVILLE-WEST
27405: A. WEST - Gloucestershire. A Shell Guide. Revised by David Verey. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED SECOND STATE DUSTWRAPPER
25148: ELLIS WEST - Night is a Time for Listening.
19875: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Pepita. IN FULL MOROCCO
21790: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - All Passion Spent. [Second Impression].
15730: REBECCA WEST - Black Lamb and Grey Falcon. The Record of a Journey through Yugoslavia in 1937. [Third Impression].
21968: (W.J. VANDERKLOOT). B. WEST - The Man who flew Churchill.
21205: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - The Garden. IN THE BROOM LYNNE DUSTWRAPPER
17761: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Chatterton. A Drama in Three Acts. [Facsimile re-issue. With an Introduction by Nigel Nicolson]. VITA'S FIRST PUBLISHED WORK. IN FULL MOROCCO
18529: VITA SACKVILLE-WEST - Knole and the Sackvilles. New [Fourth] Edition.
3753: ROBERT WESTALL - Yaxley's Cat. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17614: K.M. WESTAWAY - A History of Bedford High School. History of Bedford High School.
22203: PERCY F. WESTERMAN - The Airship 'Golden Hind'.
15774: PERCY F. WESTERMAN. - The Westow Talisman. Illustrated by W.E. Wigfall.
22148: (D.L. MAYS). PERCY F. WESTERMAN. - His First Ship. Illustrated by D.L. Mays.
20665: W. WESTGARTH - "Victoria and the Australian Gold Mines in 1857; with Notes on the Overland Route from Australia, via Suez. PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING"
9959: R. WESTLAKE - British Regiments at Gallipoli.
7973: M. SHARPE AND MINOR-CANON WESTLAKE - The Mending of the Brynt [Brent] Bridge.
8722: R. WESTLAKE - "British Battalions on the Western Front, January-June 1915. Neuve Chapelle, Ypres, Aubers Ridge and Festubert."
14601: R. WESTMACOTT - The Schools of Sculpture Ancient and Modern. Adapted from the Essay contributed to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. GENERAL SIR RICHARD WESTMACOTT'S COPY WITH ORIGINAL PURCHASE INVOICE
14941: WILLIAM WESTON. - William Weston. The Autobiography of an Elizabethan. Translated from the Latin by Philip Caraman. With a Foreword by Evelyn Waugh.
9219: DAVID WESTON - Beware of Trains. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
20687: G.F. WESTON JR. - "Boston Ways. High, By, and Folk. [Second Impression]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR"
13850: P. WESTON - Redan Ridge: the Last Stand. The Account of Men formerly of the Herefordshire Regiment and their Part in the Battle of the Somme.
16471: JAMES WESTON (ED.) - Joseph Livesey. The Story of his Life 1794-1884. Edited by James Weston. FIRST APPEARANCE IN BOOK FORM
19553: WILLIAM WESTON - A Catalogue of Master Prints by Artists of the 19th and 20th Century. [Exhibition opens 26 January 2001]. NEAR FINE COPY
24289: S. WESTPHAL - The German Army in the West. [First English Edition].
18599: M.S.D. WESTROPP - Irish Glass. An Account of Glass-Making in Ireland from the XVth Century to the Present Day. With Reproductions of 188 Typical Pieces of Irish Glass and 220 Patterns and Designs. NEAR FINE COPY
20483: H.R. WESTWOOD. - Modern Caricaturists. With a Foreword on the Art of Caricature by David Low.
20628: H.N. HUMPHREYS AND J.O. WESTWOOD - British Butterflies and their Transformations. Arranged and illustrated in a Series of Plates by H. . Humphreys with Characters and Descriptions by J.O. Westwood. [Second Edition].
20978: D. WESTWOOD - Anatomy of the Ship. The Type VII U-Boat.
26192: H.O. DE WET - The Valley of the Shadow.
16457: J. WETHERED - Golfing Memories and Methods. IN FULL MOROCCO
22561: (EL GRECO). H.E. WETHEY - El Greco and his School. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
23105: WEYMOUTH - Weymouth. A Record Sunshine Resort. [Weymouth Official Guide]. NEAR FINE COPY
25146: W.B. WHALL - Sea Songs and Shanties. Collected by W. . Whall. The Songs harmonised by R.H. Whall and Ernest Reeves. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20058: WILLIAM MICKLE. JOHN SHEFFIELD. THOMAS WHARTON - The Poetical Works of William Mickle with the Life of the Author [with] The Poetical Works of John Sheffield to which is prefixed the Life of the Author [with] The Poetical Works of Thomas Wharton. IN PERIOD BINDING
1236: G. WHARTON AND P. WHARTON - "The Wits and Beaux of Society. With Illustrations from Drawings by H.K. Browne and James Godwin, engraved by the Brothers Dalziel. NEAR FINE COPY IN HALF MOROCCO"
1653: EDITH WHARTON - Visibility in Fiction.
13574: G. WHARTON AND P. WHARTON - The Wits and Beaux of Society. New Edition with a Preface and the Original Illustrations.
9444: DENNIS WHEATLEY. - The Ravishing of Lady Mary Ware.
1659: DENNIS WHEATLEY - The Ka of Gifford Hillary. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11212: D. WHEATLEY - "Stranger than Fiction. With an Introduction by Air Marshal Sir Lawrance Darvall, lately Commandant of the NATO Defence College, Paris. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
27841: D. WHEATLEY - Vendetta in Spain. [A Duc de Richleau adventure]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
27842: D. WHEATLEY - Star of Ill-Omen. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
27761: D. WHEATLEY - Dangerous Inheritance. [A Duc de Richleau story]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
27760: D. WHEATLEY - Mayhem in Greece. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
2713: DENNIS WHEATLEY - "Star of Ill-Omen. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
220: H.B. WHEATLEY - How to make an Index.
25272: DENNIS WHEATLEY. - The White Witch of the South Seas. [A Gregory Sallust novel]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1656: DENNIS WHEATLEY - "Bill for the Use of a Body. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
27762: D. WHEATLEY - The White Witch of the South Seas. [A Gregory Sallust novel]. Illustrated by G. D'Achille. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
27763: D. WHEATLEY - Evil in a Mask. [A Roger Brook adventure]. Illustrated by G. D'Achille. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
1984: DENNIS WHEATLEY - Dangerous Inheritance. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4221: DENNIS WHEATLEY - Curtain of Fear. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27840: D. WHEATLEY - They Used Dark Forces. [A Gregory Sallust adventure]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
17243: P. WHEATLEY - Impressions of the Malay Peninsula in Ancient Times. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
1990: DENNIS WHEATLEY. - Unholy Crusade. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22740: DENNIS WHEATLEY - The Sultan's Daughter. [A Roger Brook adventure]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1981: DENNIS WHEATLEY - They used Dark Forces.
27227: H.B. WHEATLEY - "How to form a Library. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
22741: DENNIS WHEATLEY - Evil in a Mask. [A Roger Brook adventure]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21592: DENNIS WHEATLEY - Gateway to Hell.
1985: DENNIS WHEATLEY - Desperate Measures. [A Roger Brook Story].
1980: DENNIS WHEATLEY. - The Wanton Princess. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1987: DENNIS WHEATLEY - The Strange Story of Linda Lee.
26597: R.E.M. WHEELER - A Prehistoric Metropolis: the first Verulamium. FINE COPY
4492: R.E.M. WHEELER - "The Excavation of Maiden Castle, Dorset. First Interim Report."
19232: PTE. [W.] WHEELER. - The Letters of Private Wheeler 1809-1828. Edited and with a Foreword by Captain B. . Liddell Hart.
215: "(WADHAM COLLEGE, OXFORD). H.A. WHEELER." - "A Short Catalogue of Books printed in England and English Books printed Abroad before 1641 in the Library of Wadham College, Oxford. With biographical Introduction by J.C. Squire."
10135: F. WHELLAN - "History, Topography and Directory of Northamptonshire. Comprising a General Survey of the County, and a History of the City and Diocese of Peterborough. Second Edition."
19635: (CHARLES LAMB). G. WHERRY (ED.) - Cambridge and Charles Lamb.
9617: MARCUS WHIFFEN - Stuart and Georgian Churches. The Architecture of the Church of England outside London 1603-1837.
5825: B. WHINNEY - The U-Boat Peril. An Anti-Submarine Commander's War.
13562: WHIPPLESNAITH [PSEUD. N.H. SYMINGTON] - The Night Climbers of Cambridge. [Third Edition].
15109: (REX WHISTLER). LAURENCE WHISTLER. - The Masque at Christmas. [Masque No. 5. Illustrated by Rex Whistler et al.].
291: H. WHISTLER - Popular Handbook of Indian Birds. Second Edition.
1665: LAURENCE WHISTLER - The Initials in the Heart. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
222: (HAROLD WHITAKER COLLECTON). H. WHITAKER - "The Harold Whitaker Collection of County Atlases, Road-Books & Maps presented to the University of Leeds. A Catalogue."
10080: D. WHITAKER AND S. WHITAKER - Dieppe. Tragedy to Triumph. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
20010: (SALVADORE DALI). ROBERT WHITAKER - Dali. Photographs by Robert Whitaker. FIRST PUBLICATION
23704: P. SABIN H. VAN WEES AND M. WHITBY (EDS.) - The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Warfare. FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
8367: GLEESON WHITE (ED.) - The Master Painters of Britain. Edited by Gleeson White. Volumes III and IV [of IV] only.
9763: GILBERT WHITE. - "The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne. With The Naturalist's Calendar; and Miscellaneous Observations, extracted from his Papers. A New Edition; with Notes, by Edward Turner Bennett and Others. SPLENDID COPY OF BENNETT'S 'SELBORNE'"
3533: J.F. WHITE - U Boat Tankers 1941-45. Submarine Suppliers to Atlantic Wolf Packs.
26456: GILBERT WHITE. - The Natural History of Selborne. [Edited by R.M. Lockley. Everyman's Library]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19062: C. WHITE - The Dutch Pictures in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
7369: D. WHITE - Anatomy of the Ship. The Frigate Diana.
26920: GILBERT WHITE. - "The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne. With The Naturalist's Calendar; and Miscellaneous Observations, extracted from his Papers. A New Edition; with Notes, by Edward Turner Bennett and Others. BENNETT'S 'SELBORNE' IN ORIGINAL CLOTH"
15896: GILBERT WHITE. - "The Natural History of Selborne. Edited, with a Preface and Notes, by James Fisher. [Illustrations by Clare Leighton. First Penguin Edition]."
24616: W. WHITE - "A Londoner's Walk to the Land's End and a Trip to the Scilly Isles [made in 1854]. Second [and Best] Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE BEST EDITION"
26645: B. WHITE - Cast of Ravens. The Strange Case of Sir Thomas Overbury.
27313: G. WHITE - "A Naturalist's Calendar, with Observations in various Branches of Natural History; extracted from the Papers of the late Rev. Gilbert White of Selborne, Hampshire. Never before published. FIRST SEPARATE PUBLICATION"
23239: ANTONIA WHITE. - Antonia White. Diaries 1926-1957. Volume I [with] Antonia White. Diaries 1958-1979 Volume II. Edited by Susan Chitty. [Complete set]. FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
18438: GILBERT WHITE. - "The Natural History of Selborne, with Observations on various Parts of Nature, and The Naturalist's Calendar. With Additions and supplementary Notes by Sir William Jardine. Edited by Edward Jesse. SECOND JESSE WITH ERRATUM AND BINDER'S TICKET"
19840: C.A. WHITE - "Sweet Hampstead and its Associations. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23736: J. WHITE - Southlands. Workhouse and Hospital [Worthing].
9032: M.F. WHITE - "Fifteenth Century Misericords in the Collegiate Church of Holy Trinity, Stratford-upon-Avon. Photographed by P. Goodfellow."
17926: MICHAEL WHITE - Isaac Newton. The Last Sorcerer. [Second Impression].
22037: J.P. WHITE - Lays and Legends of the English Lake Country with copious Notes. NEAR FINE COPY
3559: (BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY). N.J.D. WHITE - "A Short Catalogue of English Books in Archbishop Marsh's Library, Dublin printed before MDCXLI."
12289: GILBERT WHITE - The Natural History of Selborne. [People's Library edition].
5152: H.C. WHITE - Gloucestershire Stories.
18632: GILBERT WHITE - The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne 1789. FIRST SCOLAR FACSIMILE
7561: GILBERT WHITE. - The Antiquities of Selborne in the County of Southampton. Edited by W. Sidney Scott with Notes and Appendices.
23603: GILBERT WHITE. - Garden Kalendar 1751-1771. Reproduced in Facsimile from the Manuscript in the British Museum. Introduction and Notes by John Clegg. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21030: GILBERT WHITE. - The Natural History & Antiquities of Selborne in the County of Southampton. With Illustrations by George Edward Collins. NEAR FINE COPY OF COLLINS' SELBORNE
19039: VALERIE WHITE - Case. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24408: GILBERT WHITE. - The Natural History of Selborne. With a Preface by Richard Jefferies. [Scott Library edition]. NICE COPY OF JEFFERIES' 'SELBORNE'
15678: J. WHITE - Cheap Biscuits and [Slab] Cakes for Factory and Bakehouse. [Revised Edition].
26601: (NICOLAS HAWKSMOOR). R. WHITE - Nicholas Hawksmoor and the Replanning of Oxford. IN FULL MOROCCO
8083: A. WHITE - The Titanic Tragedy. God speaking to the Nations.
25619: L.R. WHITE - The Holmsley Story. [A History of a New Forest Airfield in War and Peace]. Fourth Edition. FINE COPY
25120: E.B. WHITE. - Stuart Little. Introduced by Tony DiTerlizzi. Illustrated by Garth Williams. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
7006: R. WHITE - Ancient Epsom. The Common Fields and Ancient Roads. With Illustrations and Maps by the Author.
23801: GILBERT WHITE. - "The Natural History of Selborne. A New Edition, with Notes by the Rev. Leonard Jenyns. JENYNS' SELBORNE IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH"
5415: (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE). J. WHITE. - "Original Letters Etc. Or Sir John Falstaff and his Friends by James White. Originally published in 1796, and now reprinted, with an Introductory Note by Charles Edmund Merrill, Jr."
21083: S.B. WHITEHEAD - The Observer's Book of Flowering Trees & Shrubs for Gardens. Describing over 150 Genera illustrated in Colour.
19800: S.B. WHITEHEAD. - The Observer's Book of House Plants. Describing 150 Types illustrated in colour [by Joan Lupton]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25630: J.H. WHITEHOUSE (ED.) - Bembridge. An Historical and General Survey by Members of Bembridge School.
11518: D.E.H. WHITELEY - The Theology of St. Paul. Paul.
16074: R.H. HAYES AND SIR E. WHITELEY - The Roman Pottery at Norton East Yorkshire. Edited by Philip Corder.
26537: W. WHITEMAN - "The Reputed Manor of Ashford, Steep. [Written for Petersfield Area Historical Society]. FINE COPY"
26478: W.M. WHITEMAN - The Origins of Steep. [Written for Petersfield Area Historical Society]. FINE COPY
24672: J. WHITESIDE - Italy in the Nineteenth Century. A New Edition. [First One-Volume Edition]. IN CONTEMPORARY FULL ROAN
8444: (GEOFFREY MILLER). C. WHITFIELD. - A World of One's Own. Twenty-Four Essays. Woodcut Engravings by Geoffrey Miller.
27146: P. WHITFIELD - The Charting of the Oceans. Ten Centuries of Maritime Maps. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20918: F. WHITFIELD - We Sat Alone [Memoirs of a former Lancaster Rear Gunner].
11001: CHARLES WHITING - The Battle of the Bulge. Britain's untold Story.
9914: CHARLES WHITING - The Unknown Battle of the Bulge. Operation Northwind.
9909: CHARLES WHITING - Paths of Death and Glory: The War in Europe January - May 1945. The Last Days of the Third Reich.
9910: CHARLES WHITING - Skorzeny. The most wanted Man in Europe.
14187: CHARLES WHITING - Werewolf. The Story of the Nazi Resistance Movement 1944-1945.
9907: CHARLES WHITING - Britain under Fire. The bombing of Britain's Cities 1940-1945.
10833: CHARLES WHITING - Patton's Last Battle.
4755: CHARLES WHITING - Siegfried. The Nazis' Last Stand.
5552: CHARLES WHITING - West Wall. The Battle for Hitler's Siegfried Line September 1944-March 1945.
9908: C. WHITING - "First Blood. The Battle of the Kasserine Pass, 1943."
18483: M.J. WHITLEY - The 'Type 35' Torpedoboats of the Kriegsmarine.
17998: WALT WHITMAN. - Leaves of Grass. Selected and with an Introduction by Chrisopher Morley. Illustrations by Lewis C. Daniel.
21925: G.S. WHITMAN - Within My Garden Walls.
10464: R. WHITMORE - Victorian and Edwardian Hertfordshire from old Photographs.
20035: H. WHITNEY - "Hunting with the Eskimos. The Unique Record of a Sportsman's Year among the Northernmost Tribe - the Big Game Hunting, the Native Life, and the Battle for Existence through the long Arctic Night. ASSOCIATION COPY IN FULL MOROCCO"
23232: (JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH). W.G. WHITTAKER - "The Cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach. Sacred and Secular. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
12892: JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER. - The Letters of John Greenleaf Whittier 1828-1892. [Complete set].
23361: P.D. WHITTING - A History of Hammersmith based upon that of Thomas Faulkner in 1839. Edited for the Hammersmith Local History Group.
19000: F. WHITTLE - Jet. [The Story of a Pioneer]. FIRST EDITION IN PAPERBACK
25592: F.E. WHITTON - A Short History of The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire). NEAR FINE COPY
2666: F.E. WHITTON - The American War of Independence.
11420: R.H. WHITWORTH - Famous Regiments. The Grenadier Guards. (The First or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9935: R.H. WHITWORTH - Famous Regiments. The Grenadier Guards. (The First or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
15463: (DOUGLAS GORSLINE). LEONARD WIBBERLEY. - The Wound of Peter Wayne. Illustrated by Douglas Gorsline.
20177: A.K. WICKHAM - Churches of Somerset. With a Foreword by Robert Birley. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
19118: D. WIDDICOMBE - A Clash of Cultures: the Malaysian Experience. Clash of Cultures: the Malaysian Experience.
16367: (JACOBITE REBELLION). M. WIDDRINGTON. - "Stuart Papers, Pictures, Relics, Medals and Books in the Collection of Miss Maria Widdrington. Transcribed, annotated and described by Francis John Angus Skeet. 375 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
25472: S. WIESENTHAL. - Justice not Vengeance. Translated from the German by Ewald Osers. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9260: ON THE STRENGTH. THE STORY OF THE BRITISH ARMY WIFE. - "8vo., First Edition; cloth, a very good, clean copy in the dustwrapper."
5032: E. WIGAN - The Tale of Gordano.
13370: R. WIGGAN - Operation Freshman. The Rjukan Heavy Water Raid 1942.
17351: W.R.D. WIGGINS (ED.) - The Postage Stamps of Great Britain. Part Two: Revised Edition. The Perforated Line-Engraved Issues.
17495: M. WIGGINS - Fatal Ascent. HMS Seal. 1940
14179: ISLE OF WIGHT - Yarmouth Parish Church Isle of Wight.
9537: RALPH WIGHTMAN - My Homeward Road.
4958: RALPH WIGHTMAN - Abiding Things.
5193: RALPH WIGHTMAN - My Homeward Road.
4959: RALPH WIGHTMAN. - Rural Rides. Illustrated by Ern Brooks.
4956: RALPH WIGHTMAN - Take Life Easy.
4957: RALPH WIGHTMAN - Take Life Easy.
18971: C. WIGHTON - Heydrich. Hitler's most evil Henchman.
16011: WILLIAM WILBERFORCE. - Journey to the Lake District from Cambridge 1779. A Diary written by William Wilberforce. Edited by his great-great-grandson C.E. Wrangham. With a Foreword by the Earl of Birkenhead.
25900: W.A. WILCOX - "Chindit Column 76. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE INDIAN ISSUE IN DUSTWRAPPER"
23605: R. WILCOX - Battles on the Tigris. [The Mesopotamian Campaign of the First World War]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21997: OSCAR WILDE. - "The Works of Oscar Wilde. Edited, with an Introduction, by G. . Maine."
14653: OSCAR WILDE - Sebastian Melmoth [with The Soul of Man]. [Third Edition].
14654: OSCAR WILDE - Sebastian Melmoth [with The Soul of Man]. [Third Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
10562: OSCAR WILDE - De Profundis.
20734: OSCAR WILDE. - De Profundis. A Facsimile. 495 COPIES WERE PRINTED
24111: OSCAR WILDE. - The Selfish Giant and other Stories. Illustrated by Grahame Baker-Smith. Introduction by Jeanette Winterson. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
25816: DUMONT-WILDEN. - La Belgique Illustree. Preface by Emile Verhaeren. NEAR FINE COPY
18776: THORNTON WILDER - Heaven's My Destination. FIRST EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24491: THORNTON WILDER - "The Bridge of San Luis Rey. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23672: ROBERT WILDER - "Bright Feather [First UK Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
577: W.B. WILDMAN - A short History of Sherborne from 705 AD. Third Edition.
26419: M.L. WILEY - "The Subtle Knot. Creative Scepticism in Seventeenth-Century England. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21716: KIM WILKINS - "The Autumn Castle. Europa Suite: 1, FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER."
8437: W.G. WILKINS - "The Penny History of England for the Agricultural Labourer by Ald[erman] W. . Wilkins, Mayor of Derby. Special Edition published by the Land Values Depot, 113 Botchergate, Carlisle."
20042: E.S. WILKINSON - Shanghai Birds. A Study of Bird Life in Shanghai and the surrounding Districts. NEAR FINE COPY
14509: "(CHESTER BEATTY LIBRARY, DUBLIN). J.V.S. WILKINSON ET AL. (EDS.)" - The Chester Beatty Library. A Catalogue of the Persian Manuscripts and Miniatures. Edited by the late J.V.S. Wilkinson.
16096: A. WILKINSON - Ancient Egyptian Jewellery.
21086: B. WILKINSON - Constitutional History of England in the Fifteenth Century (1399-1485) with illustrative Documents. NEAR FINE COPY
11032: B. WILLARD - Sussex.
14751: R.M. WILLCOCKS - The Postal History of Great Britain and Ireland. A Summarized Catalogue to 1840. Additional Illustrations and Cover Design by Michael J. Southall.
20237: C. WILLCOCKS - Cordwainers. Shoemakers of the City of London. A History of The Worshipful Company of Cordwainers of the City of London. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11107: W.T. WILLCOX - The Fifth (Royal Irish) Lancers in South Africa 1899-1902. A Facsimile Reprint drawn from 'The Historical Records of the Fifth (Royal Irish) Lancers from their Foundation as Wynne's Dragoons (in 1689) to the Present Day.
15486: E. WILLIAMS - Arbeitskommando.
23321: J.H. WILLIAMS - Night Intruder. A Personal Account of the Radar War between the Luftwaffe and the RAF Night Fighter Forces. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16288: P.H. WILLIAMS - "The Modern Chess Problem. Issued under the Supervision of the British Chess Company. Second Edition, Revised, with a New Preface."
400: E. WILLIAMS - The Tunnel.
17654: R. WILLIAMS - The Russian Land.
16594: (JOHN MASEFIELD). I.A. WILLIAMS - Bibliographies of Modern Authors. No. 2. John Masefield.
21079: (JOHN NEALE). S.T. BINDOFF J. HURSTFIELD AND C.H. WILLIAMS (EDS.) - Elizabethan Government and Society. Essays presented to Sir John Neale.
629: W.A. FEARON AND J.F. WILLIAMS (EDS.) - The Parish Registers and Parochial Documents in the Archdeaconry of Winchester.
23537: P. WILLIAMS - Politics in Post-War France. Parties and the Constitution of the Fourth Republic. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14331: E. WILLIAMS - British Historians and the West Indies. Preface by Alan Bullock.
5693: J. WILLIAMS - The Story of Chester.
14272: H. WATSON-WILLIAMS - Andre Gide and the Greek Myth. A Critical Study.
2303: N.J. WILLIAMS (ED.) - Collectanea. With a Foreword by T.F.T. Plucknett.
23712: (CAPTAIN JAMES COOK). G. WILLIAMS (ED.) - Captain Cook. Explorations and Reassessments. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12919: J. WILLIAMS - "They led the Way. The Fleet Minesweepers at Normandy, June 1944. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR"
23496: M. WILLIAMS - Lady Luxborough goes to Bath. [Second Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27141: I.A. WILLIAMS - "Early English Watercolours and some Cognate Drawings by Artists born not later than 1785. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16791: R.C. WILLIAMS - Bibliography of the Seventeenth Century Novel in France.
8007: J.G. WILLIAMS - Abergavenny and District Historical Notes.
23726: (CAPTAIN JAMES COOK). G. WILLIAMS (ED.) - Captain Cook. Explorations and Reassessments. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21087: B. WILLIAMS - "The Life of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. SPLENDID SET IN FULL MOROCCO"
17408: JAY WILLIAMS - Solomon and Sheba. [First UK Edition].
7162: H. WILLIAMS - "Parachutes, Patriots, and Partisans. The Special Operations Executive and Yugoslavia, 1941-1945."
9872: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "How Dear is Life. ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 4]."
1668: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Genius of Friendship. 'T.E. Lawrence'. [Second Impression].
24169: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Linhay on the Downs.
9538: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "It was the Nightingale. [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, vol. 10]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
10290: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Village Book.
25014: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Stumberleap and other Devon Writings. Contributions to the Daily Express and Sunday Express 1915-1935. [Introduction by John Gregory]. ONE OF TWENTY-FIVE COPIES
4778: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Lone Swallows and other Essays of Boyhood and Youth. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
24168: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Linhay on the Downs [published in] 'The Life and Letters Series, no. 92'."
18496: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Beautiful Years. REVIEW COPY OF THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK. 750 COPIES WERE PRINTED
21875: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tales of a Devon Village.
6701: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Labouring Life.
6700: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Phoenix Generation ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight' vol. 12]
20648: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Salar the Salmon. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe. [Second Text; New Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20703: G.C. WILLIAMSON - The Guild Hall of Guildford and its Treasures.
21528: "(BRIAN ROBERTSON, LORD). D.G. WILLIAMSON" - A Most Diplomatic General. Life of Lord Robertson of Oakridge. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
19781: J.A. WILLIAMSON - The Voyages of the Cabots and the English Discovery of North America under Henry VII and Henry VIII. 1050 COPIES WERE PRINTED
14051: HENRY WILLIAMSON - [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight]. [Complete Set of the First Uniform Edition]. NEAR FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
14049: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Dark Lantern ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 1. Second Text]."
25087: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Atlantic Tales. Contributions to The Atlantic Monthly 1927-1947. [Introduction by Richard Williamson]. ONE OF TWENTY-FIVE COPIES
18606: HENRY WILLIAMSON - ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'. THE CHRONICLE COMPLETE IN PAPERBACK
18352: HENRY WILLIAMSON - [The Flax of Dream tetralogy comprising] The Beautiful Years [with] Dandelion Days [with] The Dream of Fair Women [with] The Pathway. [The Second Text of each work]. LIMITED SIGNED EDITION OF 'THE FLAX OF DREAM' TETRALOGY
16057: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "A Solitary War [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, 13]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26648: HENRY WILLIAMSON - A Clear Water Stream. BRIGHT COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
9017: D.M. WILLIAMSON - The Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln.
10288: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Village Book. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1704: J. WILLIAMSON - History of Congregationalism in Cardiff and District.
27489: G. WILLIAMSON - "17th Century Contexts. [Second Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
26526: R. WILLIAMSON. - Nature Trails. Volume One. Illustrated by John Davis. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATOR
21899: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Dream of Fair Women. With a Valediction to 'The Flax of Dream' [Revised Edition].
25089: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Green Fields and Pavements. A Norfolk Farmer in Wartime. [Editor's Note by John Gregory. Introduction by Bill Williamson]. Illustrations by Michael Loates. ONE OF FIFTY COPIES SIGNED BY LOETITIA WILLIAMSON AND THE SHALLOWFORD CHILDREN
17065: (STOURTON PRESS). H.R. WILLIAMSON. - Pavane for a Dead Infanta. Illustrated by Emily Gwynne-Jones. 194 COPIES WERE PRINTED. A PRESENTATION COPY WITH SIGNED CHRISTMAS CAROL FROM FAIRFAX AND PENELOPE HALL
25037: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tarka the Otter. FIRST PENGUIN IN DUSTWRAPPER
16056: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "A Fox under my Cloak ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 5]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
15955: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Phoenix Generation. ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight' vol. 12]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
26470: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "Young Phillip Maddison ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 3]. oung Phillip Maddison ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 3]."
21060: H.R. WILLIAMSON - James by the Grace of God. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
7406: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Golden Virgin. ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 6]."
25013: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Indian Summer Notebook. A Writer's Miscellany. With an Essay by Brocard Sewell. ONE OF TWENTY-ONE COPIES
25088: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - A Clear Water Stream. Introduction by John Bailey. Illustrations by Mick Loates. ONE OF TWENTY-FIVE COPIES
15484: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Linhay on the Downs [with 'The Firing Gatherer']. Being Number Twelve of The Woburn Books. 530 COPIES WERE PRINTED
4029: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Linhay on the Downs. [published in] 'The Life and Letters Series, no. 92'. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
4030: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Pathway. [Fourth and final volume of 'The Flax of Dream' sequence].
24173: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Salar the Salmon. [Second Impression].
12359: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "Young Phillip Maddison ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 3]. oung Phillip Maddison ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 3]."
12360: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "A Solitary War ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 13]. Solitary War ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 13]."
23100: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Scandaroon. Illustrations by Ken Lilly. EDITION LIMITED TO 250 COPIES SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
4054: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Gold Falcon or The Haggard of Love. [New edition, with the author's name; revised]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
4055: HENRY WILLIAMSON - As the Sun Shines.
4058: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Sun in the Sands. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4355: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Genius of Friendship. 'T.E. Lawrence'. [Second Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4063: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Devon Holiday.
3990: (J. WATT). G. WILLIAMSON - "Memorials of the Lineage, Early Life, Education, and Development of the Genius of James Watt."
12361: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "How Dear is Life ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 4]. ow Dear is Life ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 4]."
6096: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Goodbye West Country.
11909: HENRY WILLIAMSON - ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight'. A complete set of first editions in dustwrappers. . COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
27816: H. WILLIAMSON - The Patriot's Progress. Being the Vicissitudes of Pte. John Bullock. Illustrated by W. Kermode. BRIGHT COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
4062: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "On Foot in Devon. Or, Guidance and Gossip being a Monologue in Two Reels."
10302: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "Young Phillip Maddison. oung Phillip Maddison ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 3]."
15159: HENRY WILLIAMSON - ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight']. FINE SET OF THE FIRST COMPLETE 'CHRONICLE' IN PAPERBACK
25015: HENRY WILLIAMSON. - Chronicles of a Norfolk Farmer. Contributions to the Daily Express 1937-1939. [Introduction by John Gregoey]. ONE OF THIRTY COPIES
24098: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Linhay on the Downs and other Adventures in the Old and the New World.
16757: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "Donkey Boy ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 2. Second Text, Revised]. RICHARD WILLIAMSON'S COPY WITH HIS ARMORIAL BOOKPLATE"
9949: D. CREIGHTON-WILLIAMSON - Famous Regiments: The York and Lancaster Regiment. (65th and 84th Regiments of Foot). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY SERIES EDITOR
26650: HENRY WILLIAMSON - In the Woods. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
4135: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Innocent Moon. [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, 9]."
4136: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Innocent Moon. [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, 9]."
4142: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Golden Virgin. [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, 6. Second Impression]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR"
4144: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "A Solitary War. Solitary War [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, 13]."
4793: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Weekly Dispatch. Articles contributed by Henry Williamson in the Years 1920-21.
10657: (CHRISTOPHER WORMELL). HENRY WILLIAMSON. - The Story of a Norfolk Farm. The New Illustrated Edition. Illustrated by Christopher Wormell. [Introduction by Richard Williamson]. WITH ORIGINAL WOODCUT ILLUSTRATIONS. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER WITH ORIGINAL WOODCUT ILLUSTRATIONS
4034: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). HENRY WILLIAMSON. - "The Lone Swallows and other Essays of Boyhood and Youth. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe. New, Enlarged and Illustrated Edition."
4042: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Children of Shallowford. [New, revised edition with an Afterword by Richard Williamson]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
4047: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Old Stag. Stories. [Second Impression].
5169: R.C. WILLIAMSON - The Dawn is my Brother.
27074: G.C. WILLIAMSON - John Downman ARA. His Life and Works. With a Catalogue of his Drawings. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
9877: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Dark Lantern ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 1. Second Text]."
26649: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Children of Shallowford. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14048: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "Donkey Boy ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 2. Second Text]."
23623: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Linhay on the Downs and other Adventures in the Old and the New World. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4779: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Peregrine's Saga and other Wild Tales. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
7783: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Lone Swallows and other Essays of the Country Green.
4780: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). HENRY WILLIAMSON - Tarka the Otter. His Joyful Water-Life and Death in the Country of the Two Rivers. With an Introduction by the Hon. Sir John Fortescue. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
14050: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Innocent Moon ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 9. Second Text]."
7882: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Power of the Dead ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 11]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
24108: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Old Stag. Stories. 1500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
24107: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "How Dear is Life. ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 4]."
24099: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "Goodbye West Country. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
15483: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "A Fox under my Cloak ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 5]. Fox under my Cloak ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 5]."
23698: J.A. WILLIAMSON - "The Evolution of England. A Commentary on the Facts. BRIGHT, CRISP, CLEAN COPY OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
6699: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "A Solitary War [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, 13]. Solitary War [A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, 13]."
7389: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Power of the Dead ('A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 11)."
4105: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "Lucifer before Sunrise. ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight, 14']. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
4067: HENRY WILLIAMSON - Scribbling Lark.
7610: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "It was the Nightingale. t was the Nightingale ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 10]."
7618: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "How Dear is Life. ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 4]."
7620: HENRY WILLIAMSON - "The Gale of the World. ['A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight', 15]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
7622: HENRY WILLIAMSON - The Dream of Fair Women. With a Valediction to 'The Flax of Dream' [First US Revised Edition].
25924: W. WILLIS - "The Epic Voyage of the Seven Little Sisters. A 6700-Mile Voyage alone across the Pacific. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
7991: GEORGE W. WILLIS. - Historical Miscellany of Basingstoke. Essays by George W. Willis. Collected and edited by Barbara McKenzie.
9667: H.P. WILLMOTT - Battleship.
7291: H.P. WILLMOTT - Warships. [Sea Power since the Ironclad]. Introduction by Aram Bakshian.
6993: HEDLEY PAUL WILLMOTT - The Second World War in the East.
11615: P. WILLMOTT - Coming of Age in Wartime.
14564: (ERIC TENNEY). C. WILLOCK (ED.). - "The ABC of Fishing. A Complete Guide to Angling for Coarse, Sea and Game Fish by Eric Tenney. DE LUXE EDITION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
19104: H.V. WILLYAMS - Down West. Extracts from the Log-Book of a Single-Hander. Illustrated from Photographs and Sketches by the Author.
6918: A. WILMORE ET AL. - The Natural History of Hertfordshire.
9706: R.L. WILSON - Silk and Steel. Women at Arms. Preface by Angie Rosenbruch-Hammer. Foreword by Guy M. Wilson. [Introduction by the Duchess of Northumberland].
18191: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). EDWARD ADRIAN WILSON. - "Diary of the Discovery Expedition to the Antarctic Regions 1901-1904. Edited from the original MSS in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge by Ann Savours."
9694: ANGUS WILSON - A Bit off the Map and other Stories.
21568: (DOCTOR EDWARD ADRIAN WILSON). D.M. WILSON - Edward Wilson's Antarctic Notebooks.
24381: ANGUS WILSON - Such Darling Dodos and other Stories. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15682: H. WILSON. - Harriette Wilson's Memoirs of Herself and Others. With a Preface by James Laver. [Second Impression thus].
18735: H. WILSON. - Harriette Wilson's Memoirs. Selected and edited with an Introduction by Lesley Blanch.
26973: L. BUTLER AND C. GIVEN-WILSON - Medieval Monasteries of Great Britain.
26618: T. WILSON. - The Windows of Crosthwaite Church Keswick. Revised by J. . Kaye.
25020: B. WILSON - Denison. British Airborne Specialist Clothing from WWII to the Present Day. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18534: J.A. WILSON - Contributions to the History of Lanarkshire.
27178: A.N. WILSON - Hilaire Belloc. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22224: J. WILSON. - A Soldier's Wife. Wellington's Marriage. Introduction by Elizabeth Longford. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9387: A.J.E. WILSON - "Macaria; or, Altars of Sacrifice."
27229: G.F. WILSON - A Bibliography of the Writings of W.H. Hudson. NEAR FINE COPY
11366: MARY CARUS-WILSON. - Inquisitive Jessie. [Illustrated by M. Bowley].
17992: R. WILSON - "Anatomy of China. An Introduction to One Quarter of Mankind. A Revised and Updated Edition, first published in England under the Title 'A Quarter of Mankind'."
22969: J. BELL AND S. WILSON - The Telegraphists' Guide to the Departmental; and City and Guilds Examinations in Telegraphy. Seventh Edition (New Impression). NEAR FINE COPY
27809: L. WILSON - "Portrait of the Isle of Wight. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
7430: (SIEGFRIED SASSOON). JEAN MOORCROFT WILSON - Siegfried Sassoon. The Making of a War Poet. A Biography (1886-1918) [with] The Journey from the Trenches. A Biography (1918-1967). [Complete set].
21615: D.M. WILSON - The Lost Photographs of Captain Scott.
24294: D.M. WILSON (ED.) - "The Bayeux Tapestry. The Complete Tapestry in Colour with Introduction, Description and Commentary by David M. Wilson, Director of the British Museum. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE"
14981: M. WILSON. - The Writings of William Blake [with] The Life of William Blake. COMPLETE SET LIMITED TO 1500 AND 1480 COPIES RESPECTIVELY
2263: E.M. CARUS-WILSON - "The Expansion of Exeter at the Close of the Middle Ages. [The Harte Memorial Lecture in Local History delivered at the University of Exeter, 12 May 1961]."
22621: B. WILSON - Decency and Disorder. The Age of Cant 1789-1837. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25516: (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE). JOHN DOVER WILSON - The Manuscript of Shakespeare's Hamlet and its Problems of Transmission. An Essay in Critical Bibliography. Volume II. Editorial Problems and Solutions. [THIS VOLUME ONLY]
10722: K.M. WILSON - The Nightingale and the Hawk. A Psychological Study of Keats' Ode.
5271: ANGUS WILSON - The Middle Age of Mrs. Eliot. A Novel.
24705: (CHARLES BURGESS FRY). I. WILTON - C.B. Fry. An English Hero. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
20267: A. WILTSHIRE - Looking Back at Refreigerated Ships.
20268: A. WILTSHIRE - South Wales Buses. The First Decade of Deregulation.
16236: S.E. WINBOLT - Bell's Pocket Guides. The Chilterns and the Thames Valley (from Iffley to Staines). With Illustrations from Photographs by Edgar Ward.
16234: S.E. WINBOLT - Bell's Pocket Guides. Devon. Illustrated from Photographs by Edgar & Winifred Ward.
917: S.E. WINBOLT - History of the Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin Horsham.
14266: S.E. WINBOLT - Hampshire and the Isle of Wight [Penguin Guides]6. ampshire and the Isle of Wight [Penguin Guides]6.
24071: S.E. WINBOLT - Bell's Pocket Guides. The Chilterns and the Thames Valley (from Iffley to Staines). With Illustrations from Photographs by Edgar Ward. NEAR FINE COPY
16235: S.E. WINBOLT - Bell's Pocket Guides. Sussex. With Illustrations from Photographs by Edgar & Winifred Ward.
26978: S. WINCHESTER - "The Surgeon of Crowthorne. A Tale of Murder, Madness and the Love of Words."
26546: S. WINCHESTER. - The Surgeon of Crowthorne. Introduced by Will Self. With previously unpublished Watercolours [by the Author]. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
7764: J.K. WINDEATT - The Devonshire Regiment. August 1945-May 1958.
23087: (JAMES ALMONDS). L.A. WINDMILL - Gentleman Jim. The Wartime Story of a Founder of the SAS. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23297: M.C. WINDROW (ED.) - Aircraft in Profile. [Volume 5. Nos. 97-120. Revised and Enlarged Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13860: (MICHAEL ROFFE). M. WINDROW. - Men at Arms. Waffen SS. Colour Plates by Michael Roffe.
918: A. WINDRUM - Horsham. An historical Survey. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
20174: A. WINDRUM - Horsham. An historical Survey.
26155: J. WINGATE - "Last Ditch. The English Channel 1939-1943. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23154: J. WINGATE (ED.) - "Warships in Profile [Vol. 2]. Volume 2. With Illustrations by T. Brittain, G. Davies, T. Hadler, D. Johnson."
27296: J. WINGATE - Warship Profile 4. HMS Belfast. In Trust for the Nation 1939-1972.
12518: J. WINGATE - Warship Profile 'Special' 29: HMS Belfast. HMS Belfast. Edinburgh Class Cruiser 1939-71.
17536: WILLIAM WINGATE - Fire Play. [First UK Edition].
7321: J. WINGATE - Warship Profile 5: HMS Campbeltown (USS Buchanan). HMS Campbeltown (USS Buchanan). Flush Decker Destroyer ('4-Stacker') 1918-1942.
25306: J. WINGATE - Warship Profile 1: HMS Dreadnought. HMS Dreadnought. Battleship 1906-1920.
25270: T. WINGHAM - Halifax Down! On the Run from the Gestapo 1944. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12146: GODFREY WINN - Home from Sea [with] The Positive Hour. [The author's wartime memoirs complete]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
12443: GODFREY WINN - "On Going to the Wars. AUTHOR'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY WITH A.L.s , SIGNED PHOTOGRAPHS AND CUTTING"
16476: GODFREY WINN - The Positive Hour. Volume II of his Autobiography. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
12267: J. DE S. WINSER - Short Sea: Long War. Cross-Channel Ships' Naval and Military Service in WWII.
4810: J. DE S. WINSER - "B.E.F. Ships, before, at and after Dunkirk."
26191: WINSFORD - A Winsford Anthology.
11429: G.P. WINSHIP - Gutenberg to Plantin. An Outline of the Early History of Printing.
13742: T.E. WINSLOW - Forewarned is Forearmed. A History of the Royal Observer Corps. With a Foreword by the Rt. Hon. Sir Archibald Sinclair.
2192: J.S. WINTER [PSEUD. HENRIETTA STANNARD] - Beautiful Jim of the Blankshire Regiment. Eighth edition.
20623: "(FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM, CAMBRIDGE). (TRIANON PRESS). CARL WINTER (COMP.)" - The Fitzwilliam Museum. An Illustrated Survey. With an Introduction and Commentary by the Director Carl Winter. TRIANON PRESS REVIEW COPY
15315: D. WINTER - Haig's Command. A Reassessment.
27580: F.W. WINTERBOTHAM - The Ultra Secret. [Second Impression]. FIRST PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF ULTRA
27171: J. WINTON - We Joined the Navy. [Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7282: J. WINTON (ED.) - The War at Sea. The British Navy in World War II. With an Introduction by Earl Mountbatten.
5259: J. WINTON - Ultra at Sea.
27858: J. WINTON - Air Power at Sea 1939-45. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25829: J. WINTON - The Forgotten Fleet. [The Story of the British Pacific Fleet 1945]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24438: T. WINTON. - Cloudstreet. Illustrated by Sam Pash. Introduced by Alex Miller. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
20413: J. WINTON - Carrier Glorious. The Life and Death of an Aircraft Carrier. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26021: JOHN WINTON - Aircraft Carrier. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9011: T. WINYARD - The Priory Church of St. Bartholomew the Great. (Founded 1123 AD). The Oldest Parish Church in London.
23945: WISDEN WISDEN [EARLY EDITIONS IN FACSIMILE]. - Cricketers' Almanac. Cricketers' Almanac. Facsimile Editions of the Issues from 1864 to 1878. FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S PRESENTATION OYSTER CASE. FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S PRESENTATION OYSTER CASE. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
26965: WISDEN. - Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1998. Edited by Matthew Engel. 135th Year. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
19686: J. WISDOM - Problems of Mind and Matter.
12726: TERENCE WISE. - Men at Arms. Artillery Equipments of the Napoleonic Wars. Text by Terence Wise. Colour Plates by Richard Hook. [Second Impression]8.
17177: T. WISE - Military Vehicle Markings [with] Part 2. Tactical Signs & National Identification Marks [COMPLETE SET].
8755: E. WISKEMANN - L'Axe Rome-Berlin. Histoire des Relations entre Hitler et Mussolini. Traduction du Commandant Andre Cogniet.
8158: "H.F. WITHERBY, F.C.R. JOURDAIN, N.F. TICEHURST AND B.W. TUCKER" - "The Handbook of British Birds. Sixth Impression. [With Additions, Corrections, Systematic List and Indices]. THE 'HANDBOOK' COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
435: "(NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK, LTD.). H. WITHERS" - National Provincial Bank 1833 to 1933.
21761: H. WITHERS. - Pioneers of British Life Assurance. Edited by Conan Nicholas. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17794: A.C. RUSTON AND D. WITNEY - Hooton Pagnell. The Agricultural Evolution of a Yorkshire Village. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
23655: K.E. WIXEY - Parnall Aircraft since 1914. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
16734: P.G. WODEHOUSE. - Sunset at Blandings. With Notes and Appendices by Richard Usborne. Illustrations by Ionicus.
24893: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Something Fresh.
17340: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Mulliner Omnibus.
15280: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Ukridge [Ninth Impression]. kridge [Ninth Impression].
26982: (OSBERT LANCASTER). P.G. WODEHOUSE. - Company for Henry. [With dustwrapper artwork by Osbert Lancaster]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
17675: P.G. WODEHOUSE. - "Yours, Plum. The Letters of P. . Wodehouse. Edited and with an Introduction by Frances Donaldson."
26931: P.G. WODEHOUSE - A Few Quick Ones. [First Edition in Everyman's Library]. FIRST EDITION IN EVERYMAN
25294: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Full Moon. [First UK Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
2629: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Jeeves Omnibus. [Fourth Impression]. IN FULL MOROCCO
22951: P.G. WODEHOUSE. - Summer Lightning. Introduced by Alan Titchmarsh. Illustrated by Paul Cox. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S BOARD SLIP-CASE
15146: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Ukridge [New Autograph Edition]. kridge [New Autograph Edition].
26663: P.G. WODEHOUSE - A Few Quick Ones. [First UK Edition]. VARIANT BINDING WITH B&J DUSTWRAPPER
24976: (OSBERT LANCASTER). P.G. WODEHOUSE. - Aunts aren't Gentlemen. A Jeeves and Bertie Story. [With dustwrapper illustration by Osbert Lancaster]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17145: P.G. WODEHOUSE - "Very Good, Jeeves [Second Impression]. ery Good, Jeeves [Second Impression]."
24734: P.G. WODEHOUSE - "Eggs, Beans and Crumpets. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
27283: P.G. WODEHOUSE - "Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves. [First UK Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
25822: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Galahad at Blandings. FIRST UK EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
17864: (OSBERT LANCASTER). P.G. WODEHOUSE. - The Girl in Blue. [Dustwrapper artwork by Osbert Lancaster. First US Edition].
17865: P.G. WODEHOUSE - No Nudes is Good Nudes. [First US Edition].
23395: P.G. WODEHOUSE - A Few Quick Ones. [First UK Edition].
24466: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Psmith Journalist.
26714: P.G. WODEHOUSE - The Clicking of Cuthbert. Copyright Edition. NEAR FINE COPY IN WRAPPERS
15767: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Ukridge. IN FULL MOROCCO
11910: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Summer Moonshine.
11081: P.G. WODEHOUSE - The Mating Season. Read by Jonathan Cecil. Complete and Unabridged. [Audiobook].
11082: P.G. WODEHOUSE. - "Right Ho, Jeeves. Read by Jonathan Cecil. Complete and Unabridged. [Audiobook]."
11083: P.G. WODEHOUSE. - Jeeves in the Offing. Read by Ian Carmichael. Complete and Unabridged. [Audiobook].
23885: P.G. WODEHOUSE - "Ukridge. [Ninth Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
15759: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Service with a Smile.
15760: P.G. WODEHOUSE - A Pelican at Blandings. Pelican at Blandings.
25029: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Quick Service.
20303: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Tales from the Drones Club [First UK Edition]. ales from the Drones Club [First UK Edition].
22898: P.G. WODEHOUSE. - Bachelors Anonymous. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24891: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Plum Pie. BRIGHT COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
20465: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Summer Lightning. [Second Impression].
25453: P.G. WODEHOUSE. - "Much Obliged, Jeeves. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23934: P.G. WODEHOUSE - The Small Bachelor. [First Edition in Everyman's Library]. FIRST EDITION IN EVERYMAN
14823: P.G. WODEHOUSE - "Eggs, Beans and Crumpets."
4682: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Money in the Bank. [First UK Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
17779: P.G. WODEHOUSE - Nothing Serious.
29818: "WOLFE AT QUEBEC. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with plates and maps, neat contemporary inscripotion on front free endpaper; green cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in price-clipped dustwrapper."
8668: A. WOLFF - Subalterns of the Foot. Three World War I Diaries of Officers of the Cheshire Regiment. SIGNED COPY
14538: L. WOLFF - In Flanders Fields. The 1917 Campaign. [Introduction by Major-General J.F.C. Fuller].
27274: L. WOLFF - In Flanders Fields. The 1917 Campaign. Preface by Lyn Macdonald. Introduction by Major-General J.F.C. Fuller. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
21593: (ERNEST C. WITHERS). DANIEL WOLFF (ED.) - Ernest C. Withers: The Memphis Blues Again. Withers. The Memphis Blues Again. Six Decades of Memphis Music Photographs. Selected and with Text by Daniel Wolff. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20640: HARRY WOLHUTER. - Memories of a Game-Ranger. Illustrations by C. . ASTLEY-MABERLY. [Third Edition].
15311: C. WOLMAR - Fire and Steam. A New History of the Railways in Britain.
12188: I. WOLOCH - The French Veteran from the Revolution to the Restoration.
14647: P. WOMBELL (ED.) - Sportscape. The Evolution of Sports Photography.
15967: WOMEN'S INSTITUTE - Bedfordshire within Living Memory. Compiled by the Bedfordshire Federation of Women's Institutes from Notes send by Institutes in the County.
14227: WOMEN'S INSTITUTE - "The Curiosities, Natural and Artificial, of the Island of Great Britain. Containing a Full and Accurate Description of whatever is remarkable and worthy of Notice in the Works of Nature and Art. No. XXVI. [This part only]."
26623: WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. - A Pattern of Hundreds. Compiled by the Buckinghamshire Federation of Women's Institutes. Foreword by Sir John Betjeman. Illustrated by Trevor Newton. FINE COPY
19136: WOMEN'S INSTITUTE - The West Wittering Women's Institute Book.
26666: SUSSEX WOMENS' INSTITUTE. - West Sussex as seen through the Eyes of the WI in 1975. Compiled from Information supplied by every WI in the County. Edited by Elizabeth S Anderson.
20007: SUSSEX WOMENS' INSTITUTE - West Sussex within Living Memory. Compiled by the West Susses Federation of Womens' Institutes.
21480: "THE WONDER BOOK OF THE NAVY. WITH FOREWORD BY EARL JELLICOE. EDITED BY HARRY GOLDING. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY" - "Roy., 8vo., with a coloured frontispiece, 7 coloured plates, nearly 300 photographs toned in sepia (many full-page) in the text, and cartoon endpapers, small label scar on upper board, small contemporary signature on front free endpaper verso; pictorial boards, brown cloth back blocked and lettered in black, a remarkably well-preserved, bright, clean copy. Between-the-wars edition of this superb survey of naval life and manners, briskly written and very well-illustrated, recapturing what was then by far the world's finest and most powerful navy. The delightfully scurrilous endpapers (different at front and rear) are by Thomas Maybank. First published in 1917 and regularly updated and reissued, it must surely have proved an excellent recruiting tool. A lovely copy."
25639: RICHARD GREEN. CHRISTOPHER WOOD - [Catalogue of an Exhibition of Works by] Atkinson Grimshaw 1836-1893. An Exhibition of Paintings arranged by Richard Green and Christopher Wood. Richard Green Gallery 7th - 23rd November 1990. [Introduction by Christopher Wood]. NEAR FINE COPY
15541: A. WOOD - "Sound Waves and their Uses. Six Lectures delivered before a 'Juvenile Auditory' under the Auspices of The Royal Institution, Christmas, 1928, [Second Impression]."
23992: R. WOOD - West Hartlepool. The Rise and Development of a Victorian New Town. [Third Edition]. FINE COPY
10440: E.C. WOOD - A Guide to the Parish Church of Widecombe-in-the-Moor.
13520: E. WOOD - Thirty Walks around Ilfracombe. Containing valuable Information and Maps.
20865: F. WOOD - The Silk Road.
9089: (NAPOLEON). GENERAL E. WOOD. - Cavalry in the Waterloo Campaign. [With an Introduction by Lord Frederick Hamilton and Sir Douglas Straight]. Second Edition.
21169: H.F. WOOD - Vimy! NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED BROOM LYNNE DUSTWRAPPER.
22343: P. WOOD - Poverty and the Workhouse in Victorian Britain. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1905: H. WOOD - "Tamworth Borough Records, being a Catalogue of Civic Records with Appendices."
23513: G.S. WOOD - The Creation of the American Republic 1776-1787. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20020: P. BOYLE AND MAJ. J. MUSGRAVE-WOOD. - "Jungle, Jungle, Little Chindit. Illustrated by the Authors. With a Foreword by Major-General W.D.A. Lentaigne. NEAR FINE COPY"
25669: J.G. WOOD. - "Through Matabeleland. The Record of a Ten Months' Trip through Mashonaland and Matabeleland. Rhodesiana Reprint Library Volume Thirty-Three. Facsimile Reproduction of the 1893 Edition with additional Portraits, and a new Foreword by Edward C. Tabler."
19807: A.H. WOOD - A History and Geography of Tonga. NEWLY BOUND IN BUCKRAM
4872: F.F. WOOD - Round about a Sussex Village [Ditchling].
2009: H.F. WOOD - Famous Regiments. The King's Own Royal Rifle Corps. (The 60th Regiment of Foot).
15100: J.G. WOOD - Common British Beetles. With Illustrations by E. Smith and T.W. Wood.
18324: T. SMALL AND C. WOODBRIDGE - Houses of the Wren and Early Georgian Periods. With an Introduction by William G Newton.
12822: A. METTLER AND G. WOODCOCK - We Will Remember Them. The Men of Tavistock who died in the First World War.
26514: P. WOODFORD (ED.) - "From Primrose Hill to Euston Road. A Survey of Streets, Buildings and Former Residents in a Part of Camden. [Revised Edition]. FINE COPY"
23062: J. WOODFORDE. - The Diary of a Country Parson: the Reverend James Woodforde. Edited by John Beresford. NEAR FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
18889: J. WOODFORDE. - The Observer's Book of Furniture. Illustrated by Roy Spencer. Describing Furniture from Tudor to Victorian Times. FIRST EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21946: J. WOODFORDE. - The Diary of a Country Parson: the Reverend James Woodforde. Edited by John Beresford. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
15658: U. WOODHAMS - Michael Cooper's Jensen Days. A Photographic History of Jensen Motors 1966-1976. Foreword by Gethin Bradley.
15661: U. WOODHAMS - The Jensen FF Short Stories. Foreword by Lord Strathcarron. [Volumes 1-3. Complete set]. 320 SETS WERE PRINTED
18111: U. WOODHAMS - Michael Cooper's Jensen Days. A Photographic History of Jensen Motors 1966-1976. Foreword by Gethin Bradley. EDITION LIMITED TO 100 COPIES
11180: R. WOODMAN - The Arctic Convoys 1941-1945. [Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Lord Lewin].
2581: B. WOODRIFF - Kingston on Thames as it was. A Selection of Old Photographs compiled and annotated.
14189: W. WOODRUFF - Vessel of Sadness.
3095: M.K. WOODS - Newnham-on-Severn. A Retrospect.
16771: E.W. SWANTON AND P. WOODS (EDS.) - Bygone Haslemere. A Short History of the Ancient Borough and its immediate Neighbourhood from earliest Times.
14057: S.H. WOODS - Dartmoor Stone.
27079: R. WOODS - One Man's Desert. The Story of Captain Pip Gardner VC MC. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21144: RAY WOODWARD - Cast the First Stone. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
3881: D. WOODWARD - The Secret Raiders. The Story of the Operations of the German Armed Merchant Ships in the Second World War.
19775: H.B. WOODWARD - "The Geology of England and Wales. A Concise Account of the Lithographical Characters, Leading Fossils, and Economical Products of the Rocks; with Notes on the Physical Features of the Country. IN FULL MOROCCO"
5365: D. WOODWARD - The Collapse of Power. Mutiny in the High Seas Fleet.
24764: D. WOODWARD - "The Tirpitz. The Story, including the Destruction of the 'Scharnhorst', of the Campaigns against the German Battleship. [Second Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
27752: V. WOOLF - The Essays of Virginia Woolf. Volume II. 1912-1918. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10515: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Jacob's Room.
23193: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - Leave the Letters Till We're Dead. The Letters of Virginia Woolf. Volume VI: 1936-1941. Editor: Nigel Nicolson. Assistant Editor: Joanne Trautmann. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24490: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Flush. A Biography. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25036: VIRGINIA WOOLF - The Waves. FIRST APPEARANCE IN PENGUIN
17913: VIRGINIA WOOLF - The Years. [First US Edition].
17505: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - Congenial Spirits. The Selected Letters of Virginia Woolf.
22389: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Mrs Dalloway. [Third US Impression].
10517: VIRGINIA WOOLF - To the Lighthouse.
21876: LEONARD WOOLF - Sowing. An Autobiography of the Years 1880-1904.
27751: V. WOOLF - The Flight of the Mind. The Letters of Virginia Woolf. Volume I: 1888-1912. Editor: Nigel Nicolson. Assistant Editor: Joanne Trautmann. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20885: VIRGINIA WOOLF - The Captain's Death Bed and other Essays. IN FULL MOROCCO
17695: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - A Passionate Apprentice. The Early Journals 1897-1909. Edited by Mitchell A. Leaska.
15335: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - The Years. Read by Finty Williams. [Unabridged audio book].
24944: VIRGINIA WOOLF - The Waves. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10472: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - To the Lighthouse. NEAR FINE COPY IN SLIP-CASE
16531: VIRGINIA WOOLF - The Common Reader. Second Series. 3200 COPIES WERE PRINTED
22233: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Orlando. A Biography. [Fourth US Impression].
25443: VIRGINIA WOOLF - "The Voyage Out. [First American Edition; second UK issue]. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST NOVEL. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE REVISED TEXT: 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
21545: VIRGINIA WOOLF - A Haunted House and other Short Stories. [Second Impression].
17873: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - The Letters of Virginia Woolf. Edited by Nigel Nicolson and Joanne Trautmann. COMPLETE SET IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
24582: LEONARD WOOLF - "The Hotel. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
22808: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - Orlando. A Biography. Introduction by Jeanette Winterson.
22770: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - A Change of Perspective. The Letters of Virginia Woolf. Volume III: 1923-1928. Editor: Nigel Nicolson. Assistant Editor: Joanne Trautmann. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25994: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - Mrs. Dalloway. Illustrations by Lizzy Stewart. Introduction by Michael Cunningham. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
25027: VIRGINIA WOOLF. - The Question of Things Happening The Letters of Virginia Woolf. Volume II: 1912-1922. Editor: Nigel Nicolson. Assistant Editor: Joanne Trautmann. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22845: VIRGINIA WOOLF - Flush. A Biography. IN FULL MOROCCO
12793: C.L. WOOLLEY - Antiquities of Ur. An Introduction to the Seventh Temporary Exhibition of the Joint Expedition of the British Museum and of the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania to Mesopotamia.
18076: A.R. WOOLLEY - The Clarendon Guide to Oxford. New [Fourth] Edition.
18468: P.W. WOOLLEY - Liverpool in Old Picture Postcards. Vol 1: A Portrait of a City; Vol. 2: A Portrait of the Docks and River Mersey. Foreword by Brain Jacques of BBC Radio Merseyside. COMPLETE SET IN NEAR FINE STATE
26593: M. WOOLLEY - "The Quakers in Chichester, 1655-1967. Tercentenary Edition. FINE COPY"
27648: R.R. PHILLIPS AND E. WOOLRICH - "Furnishing the House. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
3319: B. WOON - "Atlantic Front. The Merchant Navy in the War. Preface by the Rt. Hon. A.V. Alexander, First Lord of the Admiralty. Illustrated by Lieut. N. Sotheby Pitcher."
8752: CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH (ED.) - "The Ancient Kalendar of the University of Oxford from Documents of the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Century. Together with Computus Manualis ad usum Oxoniensium from C. Kyrfoth's Edition, Oxon, 1519-20."
14916: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH - "The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. A New Edition. CRISP, CLEAN SET IN PUBLISHER'S ORIGINAL BINDING WITH ALL POINTS"
23922: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH - "The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. In Six Volumes. A New Edition. CRISP, CLEAN SET IN CONTEMPORARY RED MOROCCO"
24387: DOROTHY WORDSWORTH. - "Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth. Edited by E. de Selincourt. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
13485: (ROY FULLER). WILLIAM WORDSWORTH. - The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. [Volume III. . Edited from the Manuscripts with Textual and Critical Notes by E. De Selincourt and Helen Darbishire. [This volume only]. ROY FULLER'S COPY
21041: (WILLIAM WORDSWORTH). DOROTHY WORDSWORTH. - Recollections of a Tour made in Scotland AD 1803. Edited by J.C. Shairp. [Third Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
8645: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH - The Excursion. A Poem. A New Edition. [Fifth Edition]. ATTRACTIVE PERIOD COPY
22703: DOROTHY WORDSWORTH. - "Recollections of a Tour made in Scotland, 1803. Introduction, Notes and Photographs by Carol Kyros Walker. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
16034: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH. - Wordsworth. An Anthology.
24465: MARY WORDSWORTH. - The Letters of Mary Wordsworth 1800-1855. Selected and edited by Mary E Burton.
12045: (WILLIAM WORDSWORTH). CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH - "Memoirs of William Wordsworth, Poet Laureate. ATTRACTIVE PERIOD BINDING"
14292: (WILLIAM WORDSWORTH). DOROTHY WORDSWORTH. - Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth. Edited by William Knight. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
14657: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH. - The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth. [Volume III. . Edited from the Manuscripts with Textual and Critical Notes by E. De Selincourt and Helen Darbishire. [This volume only].
14837: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH AND D. WORDSWORTH - The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth. Edited by Ernest de Selincourt. COMPLETE SET
359: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH - "The Prelude, or, Growth of a Poet's Mind. An Autobiographical Poem."
24758: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH. - William Wordsworth. Selected Poems. Edited and Introduced by Damian Walford Davies. [Everyman's Library Millennium edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6355: CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH - "Ecclesiastical Biography. Or, Lives of Eminent Men, connected with the History of Religion in England; from the Commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution. Selected and illustrated with Notes. Fourth Edition with many Additional."
22481: ISLAMIC WORLD. - [Sale Catalogue of] Arts of the Islamic World. 12 October 2005. Sale Code: L05221. FINE COPY
22482: ISLAMIC WORLD. - [Sale Catalogue of] Arts of the Islamic World. 13 October 2004. Sale Code: L004221. FINE COPY
607: G. WORLEY - Essex. A Dictionary of the County mainly ecclesiological in two Parts.
14488: R.N. WORNUM - Analysis of Ornament. The Characteristics of Styles. An Introduction to the Study of the History of Ornamental Art. Sixth Edition.
14968: W.B. WORSFOLD - The Redemption of Egypt.
27215: F. WORSLEY - Shackleton's Boat Journey. Introduced by Ranulph Fiennes. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
8966: R.N. WORTH - Weathered Granite. Abstract of a Lecture (given 27 November 1930).
3640: R.H. WORTH - Stray Notes on the Teign Valley.
3641: R.H. WORTH - "Retaining-Circles associated with Stone Rows, Dartmoor."
3648: R.N. WORTH - Notes on the Limstone of Yealmpton and its associated Rocks.
3645: R.H. WORTH - Prehistoric Tavistock.
3680: R.H. WORTH - "Two Stone Circles on Dartmoor. Swincombe Valley and West Dart Valley, with a Note on 'Grey Wethers'."
14063: R.H. WORTH - The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part VI [this part only].
3642: R.N. WORTH - Recent Geological Discoveries in the Neighbourhood of Plymouth.
3651: R.H. WORTH - The Dunstones of Plymouth and the Compton-Efford Grit. A Geological Resurvey.
25622: R.N. WORTH - "Tourist's Guide to North Devon and the Exmoor District. Fourth Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
9023: R.H. WORTH - "The Moorstone Age, Part I [only]."
9024: R.H. WORTH - A Flint Implement of Palaeolithic Type from Dartmoor.
14064: R.H. WORTH - The Stone Rows of Dartmoor. Part I and Part II [these parts only].
9903: T.T. MACAN AND E.B. WORTHINGTON - Life in Lakes and Rivers. New Naturalist 15.
17368: HENRY WOTTON. - The Life and Letters of Sir Henry Wotton. Edited by Logan Pearsall Smith. [Second Edition]. COMPLETE SET
16064: HERMAN WOUK - The Caine Mutiny [First UK Edition]. he Caine Mutiny [First UK Edition].
10089: D. WRAGG - Swordfish. The Story of the Taranto Raid.
11535: D. WRAGG - Sacrifice for Stalin. The Cost and Value of the Arctic Convoys re-assessed. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3507: D. WRAGG - Wings over the Sea. A History of Naval Aviation.
18168: D. WRAGG - Plan Z. The Nazi Bid for Naval Dominance.
1017: G. WRIGHT - The Stone Villages of Britain.
11989: W.H. WRIGHT - "The Grizzly Bear. The Narrative of a Hunter-Naturalist. Historical, Scientific and Adventurous. Illustrated by Photographs by the Author and J.B. Kerfoot."
21254: PATRICIA WRIGHT - "This, My City. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21184: D. WRIGHT - A Hell of a Way to Die. Tarawa Atoll 20-23 November 1943. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13294: JOSEPH WRIGHT. - Joseph Wright of Derby. Painter of Light. [Complete set].
10141: R.P. WRIGHT - The Stanegate at Corbridge. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO I D MARGARY
10280: R.P. WRIGHT - The Stanegate at Walwick Grange. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO I D MARGARY
21162: K. SHANNON AND S. WRIGHT - "One Night in June. The Story of Operation TONGA, the Initial Phase of the Invasion of Normandy, 1944. [Foreword by General Sir John Hackett]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
10148: R.P. WRIGHT - The Wrekendike and Roman road-junction on Gateshead Fell [and] The Devil's Causeway from Rimside Moor (Longframlington) to Bridge of Aln. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO I D MARGARY
20062: S.F. WRIGHT - Hart and the Chinese Customs.
15542: MARK TULLY AND G. WRIGHT - India in Slow Motion.
23018: (JOHN FRANKLIN). N. WRIGHT - Quest for Franklin. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
250: (BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY). (HUMFREY WANLEY). C.E. WRIGHT AND R.C. WRIGHT (EDS.) - "The Diary of Humfrey Wanley, 1715-1726."
22490: WATCHES WRISTWATCHES.. - "[Sale Catalogue of] Clocks, Watches and Wristwatches. 7 December 2004. Sale Code: AM0938. FINE COPY"
164: (NATIONAL BOOK LEAGUE). P. MORTON SHAND AND H. WYATT - "Railroadiana. An Exhibition of Railway Books, Prints and Relics. Organised by P. Morton Shand and the late Harold Wyatt. Catalogue of the Exhibition held at 7 Albemarle Street, London, W1, September to November 1952."
14803: T. WYATT - An Ever-Rolling Stream. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
13645: R.J. WYATT - The Austin Seven. The Motor for the Million 1922-1939. [Best Impression].
13662: R.J. WYATT - The Motor for the Million. The Austin Seven 1922-1939. [Second Edition].
8157: WILLIAM WYCHERLEY. - The Complete Works of William Wycherley. Edited by Montague Summers. 900 SETS WERE PRINTED
22385: D. BRUMHEAD AND T. WYKE - A Walk Round Castlefield. FINE COPY
24095: P. WYKEHAM - Fighter Command. A Study of Air Defence 1914-1960.
11459: A. WYKES - Famous Regiments. The Royal Hampshire Regiment. (37th/67th Regiments of Foot). [Introduction by Lt.-Gen. Sir Brian Horrocks].
9926: A. WYKES - Famous Regiments. The Royal Hampshire Regiment. (37th/67th Regiments of Foot). [Introduction by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
24827: W.S. FINE ART LTD. AND ANDREW WYLD - Watercolours and Drawings. The Annual Exhibition. 29 June - 22 July 2005. FINE COPY WITH PRICE LIST
24814: W.S. FINE ART LTD. AND ANDREW WYLD - Summer 2009. . ine Art. Andrew Wyld. Summer 2009. FINE COPY WITH PRICE LIST
11343: F.J. WYLIE (ED.) - "The Use of Radar at Sea. Edited by Captain F. . Wylie, assisted by the Executive Secretary of the Institute [of Navigation]. Foreword by Sir Robert Watson-Watt."
10917: F.J. WYLIE - The Use of Radar at Sea.
18668: W.H. WYLIE - Old and New Nottingham.
23157: "W.L. WYLLIE, C. OWEN AND W.D KIRKPATRICK" - More Sea Fights of the Great War including the Battle of Jutland. Illustrated by W.L. Wyllie.
14957: H.C. WYLLY - The First and Second Battalions The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) in the Great War.
8211: NORMAN WYMER - Companion into Sussex.
2357: NORMAN WYMER - English Country Crafts. A Survey of their Development from Early Times to the Present Day.
2350: NORMAN WYMER - English Country Crafts. A Survey of their Development from Early Times to the Present Day.
5656: NORMAN WYMER - "A Breath of England. [Complete set, comprising 'A Breath of England. The Southern Shires', 'Wheatsheaf and Willow. The Eastern Shires', 'Green Hills and Grey Spires. The West Midlands' and 'Mere and Moorland. The Northern Counties']."
8507: NORMAN WYMER - Country Folk.
12783: JOHN WYNDHAM - The Seeds of Time.
7228: H.P. WYNDHAM - "Wiltshire. Extracted from Domesday Book: to which is Added a Translation of the Original Latin into English. With an Index, in which are adapted the Modern Names to the Antient; and with a Preface with a Plan for a General History of the County."
26710: H. WYNMALEN. - Equitation. Foreword by V.D.S. Williams. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14224: K. WYNN - U-Boat Operations of the Second World War. [Second Edition. Complete set].
14225: K. WYNN - U-Boat Operations of the Second World War. [Complete set].
21881: MAY WYNNE [PSEUD. MABEL WINIFRED KNOWLES] - The Girls of Mackland Court.
26562: COMPTON WYNYATES - Compton Wynyates otherwise called Compton-in-the-Hole. [Guide]. FINE COPY
14956: E. WYRALL - "The Gloucestershire Regiment in the War 1914-1918. The Records of the 1st (28th), 2nd (61st), 3rd (Special Reserve), and 4th, 5th and 6th (First Line TA) Battalions. With a Foreword by Field Marshal Sir G F Milne. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
14955: E. WYRALL - "The Gloucestershire Regiment in the War 1914-1918. The Records of the 1st (28th), 2nd (61st), 3rd (Special Reserve), and 4th, 5th and 6th (First Line TA) Battalions. With a Foreword by Field Marshal Sir G F Milne."
18829: JOHANN DAVID WYSS - "The Swiss Family Robinson. Or, Adventures on a Desert Island forming a Second Series, or Continuation of the Work already published under that Title. SECOND EDITION"
27849: PLATO AND XENOPHON - Socratic Discourses by Plato and Xenophon. [Introduction by A.D. Lindsay. Everyman's Library]. FIRST APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
16505: XENOPHON. - The Persian Expedition. Translated by Rex Warner. [Penguin Classics].
15571: XINRAN. - Sky Burial. An Epic Love Story of Tibet. Translated into English by Julia Lovell and Esther Tyldesley.
4985: Y. YADIN. - Masada. Herod's Fortress and the Zealots' Last Stand. [Translated from the Hebrew by Moshe Pearlman].
23805: PHYLLIS YAHNKE - In the Soft Night. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7744: (ADAM SMITH). T. YANAIHARA - "A Full and Detailed Catalogue of Books which belonged to Adam Smith. Now in the Possession of the Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo. With Notes and Explanations. [Facsimile re-issue]."
26884: J. YARDLEY - A Personal View. Watercolour. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
17209: WILLIAM YARRELL. - A History of British Fishes. [Edited by Sir John Richardson. Third Edition]. BRIGHT SET IN PUBLISHER'S UNRESTORED BINDING
15838: WILLIAM YARRELL - A History of British Birds. 'A MILESTONE IN ORNITHOLOGICAL LITERATURE'
22157: D. YARWOOD - The English Home. A Thousand Years of Furnishing and Decoration. [Third Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23417: D. YARWOOD - The English Home. A Thousand Years of Furnishing and Decoration. [Second Edition].
1671: DORNFORD YATES - The Berry Scene.
26690: DORNFORD YATES - Adele and Co. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26695: DORNFORD YATES - Perishable Goods. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26689: DORNFORD YATES - The Courts of Idleness. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26688: DORNFORD YATES - Wife Apparent. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
26683: DORNFORD YATES - As Other Men Are.
26685: DORNFORD YATES - "Red in the Morning. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
9156: DORNFORD YATES - B-Berry and I look back. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26527: E.M. YATES - Petersfield in Tudor Times. Written for Petersfield Area Historical Society. FINE COPY
26942: DORNFORD YATES - "The Courts of Idleness. [Library Edition, 6]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
1673: DORNFORD YATES - "Valerie French. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
11652: DORNFORD YATES - Wife Apparent. WITH THE 'CHANGE OF TITLE' BAND
3677: E.M. YATES - A Study of Settlement Patterns.
21264: DORNFORD YATES - An Eye for a Tooth.
26682: DORNFORD YATES - Lower than Vermin.
26692: DORNFORD YATES - As Berry and I were saying. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26684: DORNFORD YATES - The Courts of Idleness.
14909: DORNFORD YATES - "As Other Men Are. [Collected Edition, 8]."
26699: DORNFORD YATES - Period Stuff. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8956: S. YAXLEY (ED.) - History of Hemel Hempstead. By Members of the Hemel Hempstead Local History and Records Society.
10195: "THE YEAR AFTER THE ARMADA, AND OTHER HISTORICAL STUDIES." - "8vo., First Edition; blue cloth gilt, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy."
14891: Y. YEARSLEY - "Dedham, Flatford & East Bergholt. A Pictorial History."
23674: JACK BUTLER YEATS - The Careless Flower. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22631: WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS - The Collected Plays of W.B. Yeats. SECOND AND BEST EDITION
22650: WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS - Poems. [Seventh English Edition].
15475: WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS - The Herne's Egg. A Stage Play. 1600 COPIES WERE PRINTED
19109: C.M. YEE - Born and Bred in Pewter Dust. The Royal Selangor Story.
22105: C. YEE. - "Chinese Calligraphy. An Introduction to its Aesthetic and Technique. With a Foreword by Sir Herbert Read. [Second Edition, Fourth Impression]."
21612: D.E. YELVERTON - Antarctica Unveiled. Scott's First Expedition and the Quest for the Unknown Continent. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17606: ROYAL DEVON YEOMANRY - Royal Devon Yeomanry. The Story of 142 Field Regiment RA 1919-1945.
15462: R.K. YERKES - Sacrifice in Greek and Roman Religions and Early Judaism.
15756: [T.] YERMAK. - "Yermak's Campaign in Siberia. A Selection of Documents translated from the Russian by Tatiana Minorsky and David Wileman, and edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Terence Armstrong."
16339: D. YGLESIAS - In Answer to the Cry. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
19640: S. YOE - The Burman. His Life and Notions [Second Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
22923: M.M. YOGI - The Science of Being and Art of Living.
9849: CHARLOTTE M. YONGE. - "Unknown to History, A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scotland. Illustrated by W. Hennessy."
644: C.M. YONGE - John Keble's Parishes. A History of Hursley and Otterbourne. HER SOLE TOPOGRAPHICAL WORK
21202: YORK - City and County of the City of York. Official Guide.
17108: C.I. YORKE - "The Church of Christ Pourtrayed, as to the peculiar Character of its Unity, Ordinances, Visibility and Spirituality. [Sole Edition]."
27645: (PRINCESS ELIZABETH). (LOUISA SWINBURNE). P. CH. YORKE (ED.) - "Letters of Princess Elizabeth of England, Daughter of King George III, and Landgravine of Hesse-Homburg. Written for the most part to Miss Louisa Swinburne. Edited, with Notes and an Introductory Chapter. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
10308: M. YOSHIDA - Requiem for Battleship Yamato. Translation and Introduction by Richard H. Minear.
18948: R.E. YOUNG - "Boy Scout Tests and how to pass them. Complete Instruction in all the Tests [Sixth Edition, considerably revised and enlarged]. THE SCOUTING 'BADGE BIBLE'"
23830: G. YOUNG. - In Search of Conrad. Illustrated by Salim. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16324: D. YOUNG - Rommel. With a Foreword by Field-Marshal Sir Claude Auchinleck.
23831: G. YOUNG. - Slow Boats to China. [Illustrated by Salim]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1246: FRANCIS BRETT YOUNG. - Portrait of a Village. Engravings on Wood by Joan Hassall. NEAR FINE COPY
23265: M. YOUNG (ED.) - "Waggoner's Way. A Century of the Corps' Past from the Journals of the ASC, RASC and RCT and from Corps Photographic Archives 1891-199. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
3568: D. YOUNG - Rommel. With a Foreword by Field-Marshal Sir Claude Auchinleck.
18230: PHYLLIS BRETT YOUNG - Anything Could Happen!. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
19755: A. YOUNG - Tours in England and Wales. Selected from the Annals of Agriculture. [Facsimile reissue]. IN FULL MOROCCO
12614: G. CHAPMAN AND B. YOUNG - Box Hill.
13853: D. YOUNG - Rommel. With a Foreword by Field-Marshal Sir Claude Auchinleck. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
3573: A. YOUNG - General View of the Agriculture of Hertfordshire. A Reprint of the Work Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
5222: FRANCIS BRETT YOUNG. - Portrait of a Village. Engravings on Wood by Joan Hassall.
7201: A. YOUNG - "The Farmer's Calendar. Containing the Business necessary to be performed on various kinds of Farms during every Month of the Year. The Eighth Edition, greatly enlarged and improved. UNUSUALLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
15640: J.M. YOUNG - Britain's Sea War. A Diary of Ship Losses 1939-1945.
23161: K. YOUNG - "The Drama of the Medieval Church. [Second Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
17406: H.E. YOUNG - A Perambulation of the Hundred of Wirral in the County of Chester. With an Introduction by Wm. Fergusson Irvine.
23373: P. YOUNG (ED.) - "Battles & Campaigns. The Atlas of the Second World War. 2, Midway, Alamein, Stalingrad."
20328: A. YOUNG - Sea Fishing Baits. How to Find and Use Them.
25269: WILLIAM SCORESBY THE YOUNGER. - The Arctic Whaling Journals of William Scoresby the Younger. NEAR FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
24063: C. YOUNGER - "Ireland's Civil War. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
25111: C. YOUNGER - No Flight from the Cage. The Compelling Memoir of a Bomber Command Prisoner of War during the Second World War. [Revised and Expanded Edition]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
24820: STEPHEN OLIVER THE YOUNGER [PSEUD. WILLIAM ANDREW CHATTO] - "Scenes and Recollections of Fly-Fishing, in Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmorland. IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH"
1257: F. YOUNGHUSBAND - A Venture of Faith. Being a Description of the World Congress of Faiths held in London 1936.
23747: LIN YUTANG (ED.) - The Wisdom of China.
23518: C. ZADAN - Sondheim & Co. [Revised Edition]. EAR FINE COPY
3234: W. ZAGORSKI. - Seventy Days. A Diary of the Warsaw Insurrection 1944. Translated [from the Polish] by John Welsh.
14349: P.A. ZAHL - Coro-Coro. The World of the Scarlet Ibis. [First UK Edition].
21099: A. ZE'V - Israel Reborn.
23792: T. ZELDIN - France 1848-1945.
18142: (J.F. KENNEDY). E.R. MAY AND P.D. ZELIKOW - The Kennedy Tapes. Inside the White House during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
9235: (THOMAS HARDY). ANTHEA ZEMAN. - Hardy Country. Introductions and Captions by Gordon Beningfield. Text by Anthea Zeman. NEAR FINE COIPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3554: (HEINRICH MANN). E. ZENKER - Heinrich-Mann-Bibliographie. Werke. Bearbeitet von Edith Zenker.
13189: ZENNOR - "St. Senara's Church, Zennor. Senara's Church, Zennor."
21410: ZENO - The Four Sergeants. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19976: MARQUIS ZETLAND - Lord Cromer. Being the Authorized Life of Evelyn Baring First Earl of Cromer.
12817: (DIANA COOPER). PHILIP ZIEGLER - Diana Cooper.
24399: PHILIP ZIEGLER - The Black Death. [Third Impression thus]. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
7095: EMILE ZOLA. - L'Assommoir. Translated from the French and with an Introduction by Arthur Symons and a Frontispiece after Toulouse Lautrec. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
21633: H. HOHNE AND H. ZOLLING - Network. The Truth about General Gehlen and his Spy Ring. Translated from the German by Richard Barry. Introduction by H. Trevor-Roper. PROOF COPY
382: H. HOHNE AND H. ZOLLING - Network. The Truth about General Gehlen and his Spy Ring. Translated from the German by Richard Barry. Introduction by H. Trevor-Roper.
22396: M. ZORACH - Marguerite Zorach. The Early Years 1908-1920. FINE COPY
17153: FRIDTJOF ZSCHOKKE (ED. AND INTRO.) - Mediaeval [Medieval] Stained Glass of Switzerland. Edited and with an Introduction by Fridtjof Zschokke.
21975: J. ZUBRZYCKI - Settlers of the Latrobe Valley. A Sociological Study of Immigrants in the Brown Coal Industry in Australia. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
20822: (ARKADIUSZ WROBEL). MARCEL ZWARTS. - German Armored Units at Arnhem September 1944. Text by Marcel Zwarts. Color Plates by Arkadiusz Wrobel. NEAR FINE COPY
23592: GERHARD ZWERENZ. - Remembrance Day. Thirteen Attempts in Prose to adopt an Attitude of Respect. Translated from the German by Eric Mosbacher. [First English Edition]. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS


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