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1237: (RANDOLPH CALDECOTT). HENRY BLACKBURN - Randolph Caldecott. A Personal Memoir of his early Art Career.
10737: N. BLACKBURNE - "Restless Ocean. The Story of George Crabbe, the Aldeburgh Poet, 1754-1832."
16780: J.H. BLACKFORD - The Manor and Village of Cherhill. A Wiltshire Village from Early Times to the Present Day. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
13173: BLACKIE - Rousing Stories for Girls.
22839: R.D. BLACKMORE. - Lorna Doone. A Romance of Exmoor. Introduced by John Sutherland. Illustrated by David Rooney. [Folio Society edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S BOARD SLIP-CASE
3453: BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE - "'The Hollow Oak our Palace is' in 'Blackwood's Magazine'. No. 1777, vol. 294, November 1963."
18554: W. BLADES - "The Pentateuch of Printing, with a Chapter on Judges. With a Memoir of the Author and a List of his Works, by Talbot R. Reed. LARGE PAPER 'PENTATEUCH'. 100 COPIES WERE PRINTED."
14302: C. BLAGG - "Church of the Good Shepherd, Shoreham Beach, 1913-1988."
15984: JAMES THOMSON. WILLIAM FALCONER. ROBERT BLAIR. - "The Poetical Works of Thomson, Falconer and Blair. With Memoirs of the Authors. SPLENDID COPY"
17706: D. BLAIR. - "The Battle of Bellicourt Tunnel. Tommies, Diggers and Doughboys on the Hindenburg Line, 1918. Foreword by Gary Sheffield."
13479: J. BLAIR AND C. BLAIR. - Return from the River Kwai.
19433: ROBERT BLAIR. - The Grave. A Poem (1743). Introduction by James A Means. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
10285: C. BLAIR - "Hitler's U-Boat War. [Complete set, comprising 'The Hunters 1939-1942' and 'The Hunted 1942-1945']."
7851: QUENTIN BLAKE (ILLUS.) - Laureate's Progress. SIGNED COPY OF THE LIMITED EDITION
17360: (TRIANON PRESS). WILLIAM BLAKE. - All Religions are One. [With a Bibliographical Statement by Geoffrey Keynes]. 600 COPIES WERE PRINTED
23705: R. BLAKE - Evangelicals in the Royal Navy 1775-1815. Blue Lights ands Psalm-Singers.
13702: R. BLAKE. - "The Letters of Robert Blake, together with Supplementary Documents."
13224: "(BEN LINE, LTD.). G. BLAKE" - "The Ben Line. The History of Wm. Thomson & Co. of Leith and Edinburgh, and of the Ships owned and managed by them 1825-1955."
13225: "(BEN LINE, LTD.). G. BLAKE" - "The Ben Line. The History of Wm. Thomson & Co. of Leith and Edinburgh, and of the Ships owned and managed by them 1825-1955."
16553: "(GELLATLY'S, LTD.). G. BLAKE" - Gellatly's 1862-1962. A Short History of the Firm.
27478: W. BLAKE - The Poetical Works of William Blake. A New and Verbatim Text from the Manuscript Engraved and Letterpress Originals. With Variorum Readings and Bibliographical Notes and Prefaces by John Sampson.
4754: R.L.V. FFRENCH-BLAKE - Famous Regiments. The 17th/21st Lancers.
24471: WILLIAM BLAKE. - Poetry and Prose of William Blake. Edited by Geoffrey Keynes complete in one volume. [Centenary Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
22548: (GEORGE STUBBS). M. WARNER AND R. BLAKE - Stubbs and the Horse. With an Essay by Lance Mayer and Gay Myers. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20977: NICHOLAS BLAKE - The Whisper in the Gloom. FIRST APPEARANCE IN PAPERBACK
10806: W.A. BLAKE (ED.) - London Midland Steam Doubleheaded.
23730: WILLIAM BLAKE. - "Blake Books. Annotated Catalogues of William Blake's Writings in Illuminated Printing, Conventional Typography and in Manuscript and Reprints thereof etc. Books he owned and Scholarly and Critical Works about Him."
2317: J.H.B. BELL E.F. BOZMAN AND J. FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH - British Hills and Mountains.
22846: (WILL ADAMS). R. BLAKER - The Needle-Watcher. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
11643: D. BLAKEY - "The Minerva Press, 1790-1820."
22787: (C. CONNOLLY). NOEL BLAKISTON - A Romantic Friendship. The Letters of Cyril Connolly to Noel Blakiston.
26062: H. BLAMIRE. - Repair the Ruins. Reflections on Educational Matters from the Christian Point of View. With a Foreword by the Bishop of London. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10757: W.H. BLANCH - Ye Parish of Camerwell. A brief Account of the Parish of Camberwell.
16793: D. BLAND - The History of Book Illustration. The Illuminated Manuscript and the Printed Book. [Second Edition].
10451: J.O.P. BLAND (TRANS.) - Germany's Violations of the Laws of War 1914-1915. Compiled under the Auspices of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Translated and with an Introduction.
26715: A. BLAND. - The Royal Ballet. The First Fifty Years. Foreword by Dame Ninette de Valois. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
43: D.S. BLAND - A Bibliography of the Inns of Court and Chancery.
19559: RICHARD BLAND. - "An Inquiry into the Rights of the British Colonies, Williamsburg, 1766. By Richard Bland of Virginia. Edited by Earl Gregg Swem. Williamsburg, 1766. [Facsimile reissue]. 190 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
14029: E.J. BLANDFORD - SS Intelligence. The Nazi Secret Service.
12562: R. BLANN - Edwardian Worthing. Eventful Era in a Lifeboat Town. [Foreword by Raymond Baxter].
11578: (WILLIAM WORDSWORTH). F. BLANSHARD - Portraits of Wordsworth.
9945: G. BLAXLAND - Famous Regiments. The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment). (The 3rd Regiment of Foot). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
9933: G. BLAXLAND - Famous Regiments. The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own). (The 57th and 77th of Foot). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
20281: G. BLAXLAND - Famous Regiments. The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment). (The 3rd Regiment of Foot). [Introduction by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
1162: E. BLIGH - Tooting Corner.
26346: J.T. BLIGHT - Churches of West Cornwall; with Notes of Antiquities of the District. Second Edition.
20433: J.T. BLIGHT - A Week at the Land's End. Week at the Land's End.
5501: J.T. BLIGHT - A Week at the Land's End.
27327: O. BLOBEL - Orkney Saga and other Poems on Scottish Folk-Lore. Translated from the German into English by Muriel Scarisbrick. With a Foreword by Sir Compton Mackenzie. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY WITH ORDER CARD
13942: H. BLOCH - The Bombardment of Monte Cassino (February 14-16 1944). A new Appraisal.
22042: M. BLOCH - "Operation Willi. The Plot to kidnap the Duke of Windsor, July 1940."
27715: M. BLOCH - Strange Defeat. Translated by Gerard Hopkins. Preface by Robert O. Paxon. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
19499: (JAMES LEES-MILNE). MICHAEL BLOCH - James Lees-Milne. The Life.
14411: G. BLOND - Admiral Togo. Translated [from the French] by Edward Hyams.
13597: T. BLOUNT. - "Boscobel, or the History of the most Miraculous Preservation of King Charles II after the Battle of Worcester. Edited with an Introduction and Bibliography by Charles G. Thomas. SPLENDID COPY: 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
10611: C. BLOXHAM - Portrait of Oxfordshire.
6942: "(JACOBITE REBELLION). O. BLUNDELL, O.S.B" - Kilcumein and Fort-Augustus.
19129: EDMUND BLUNDEN ET AL. - Essays on the Eighteenth Century. 1250 COPIES WERE PRINTED
18784: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Undertones of War.
23243: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Near and Far. New Poems.
1369: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Cricket Country.
1370: EDMUND BLUNDEN - The Poems of Edmund Blunden 1914-1930.
1371: EDMUND BLUNDEN - Shells by a Stream. New Poems.
25879: ANTHONY BLUNT - "Neapolitan Baroque & Rococo Architecture. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
27323: W. BLUNT - "In for a Penny. A Prospect of Kew Gardens: their Flora, Fauna and Falballas. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
19671: WILFRID SCAWEN BLUNT. - My Diaries. Being a Personal Narrative of Events 1888-1914. With a Foreword by Lady Gregory. [First Single-Volume Edition].
14785: W. BLUNT - The Art of Botanical Illustration. With the Assistance of William T. Stern. [New Naturalist 14. Third Edition].
24539: W. BLUNT - John Christie of Glyndebourne. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14202: W. BLUNT - The Art of Botanical Illustration. With the Assistance of William T. Stern. [New Naturalist 14].
19632: (GENERAL CHARLES GEORGE 'CHINESE' GORDON). W.S. BLUNT - Gordon at Khartoum. Being a Personal Narrative of Events in Continuation of 'A Secret History of the English Occupation of Egypt'. OUTSTANDING ASSOCIATION COPY IN FULL MOROCCO OF THE RARE FIRST EDITION
9086: (NAPOLEON). L. BLYTHE - Marshal Ney: a Dual Life.
27713: R. BLYTHE - The Age of Illusion. Introduced by Dominic Sandbrook. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
5114: RONALD BLYTHE (ED.). - My Favourite Village Stories. Edited by Ronald Blythe with Line Decorations by Peter McClure.
11835: RONALD BLYTHE - Immediate Possession and other Stories.
25259: ENID BLYTON. - The Secret Seven. Illustrations by George Brook. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
12343: ENID BLYTON. - Noddy and Tessie Bear. [Noddy Book 12].
24165: ENID BLYTON. - The River of Adventure. With Illustrations by Stuart Tresilian.
17394: (EILEAN SOPER). ENID BLYTON. - Five Go Down to the Sea. Illustrations by Eileen Soper.
17566: ENID BLYTON - Noddy goes to Sea. [Noddy Book 18].
16593: ENID BLYTON - Enid Blyton's Storytime Book.
16352: ENID BLYTON. - "Noddy Goes to Toyland. Pictures by Beek. [Noddy Book 1]. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
12345: (P. WIENK). ENID BLYTON. - "Be Brave, Little Noddy!. [Illustrated by P. Wienk. Noddy Book 13]."
12341: (R. TYNDALL). ENID BLYTON - Noddy and the Tootles. [Illustrated by R. Tyndall. Noddy Book 23].
12342: (R. TYNDALL). ENID BLYTON. - Cheer Up Little Noddy!. [Illustrated by R. Tyndall. Noddy Book 20].
26139: (EILEEN SOPER). ENID BLYTON. - Five Go Off To Camp. [Illustrations by Eileen Soper].
15377: ENID BLYTON. - Hurrah for Little Noddy. Pictures by [Harmsen van der] Beek. [Noddy Book.
18464: (EILEEN SOPER). ENID BLYTON. - Five go to Smuggler's Top. Another Adventure of the Four Children and Timmy the Dog. Illustrated by Eileen Soper. FIRST EDITION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
22241: ENID BLYTON - The Enid Blyton Nature Readers No. 26.
6596: ENID BLYTON. - "Well Done, Noddy!. Pictures by [Harmsen van der] Beek [Noddy Book 5]."
25484: (RAYMOND SHEPPARD). ENID BLYTON. - The Adventures of Pip. [Illustrated by Raymond Sheppard]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20464: ENID BLYTON - Holiday Magic Stories.
12344: (ROBERT TYNDALL). (ROBERT LEE). ENID BLYTON. - You're a Good Friend Noddy!. [Illustrated by Robert Tyndall and Robert Lee. Noddy Book 16].
7035: (EILEEN SOPER). ENID BLYTON. - The Dear Old Snow Man. [Illustrated by Eileen Soper].
6609: (OLIVE F. OPENSHAW). ENID BLYTON - Welcome Mary Mouse!. [Pictured by Olive F. Openshaw].
6607: (OLIVE F. OPENSHAW). ENID BLYTON. - More Adventures of Mary Mouse. Imagined by Enid Blyton. [Pictured by Olive F. Openshaw].
6608: (OLIVE F. OPENSHAW). ENID BLYTON. - "How do You do, Mary Mouse?. Imagined by Enid Blyton. [Pictured by Olive F. Openshaw]."
16540: ENID BLYTON - Stories for You.
17371: D.H. BOALCH - "Prints and Paintings of British Farm Livestock, 1780-1910. A Record of the Rothamsted Collection. With an historical Sketch of the Development of British Farm Livestock Breeds as represented in the Collection by John Hammond. IN THE ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
22086: D.H. BOALCH - The Manor of Rothamsted and its Occupants.
840: G. BOAS - Wimbledon - has it a History?.
20630: FREDERICK S. BOAS (INTRO.) - The Player's Library. The Catalogue of the Library of the British Drama League [and Bibliography of the Theatre]. With an Introduction by Frederick S. Boas. [With Supplements 1-3]. COMPLETE WITH ALL THREE SUPPLEMENTS
784: (OXFORD UNIVERSITY). C.W. BOASE (ED.) - "Register of the University of Oxford. [Vol. I: 1449-63, 1505-71; Vol. II: 1571-1622]. NEAR FINE SET"
1099: W. BOASE - The Folklore of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Wood Engravings by George Tute.
13658: M. BOBBITT - Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
22285: B. BOBRICK - East of the Sun. The Conquest and Settlement of Siberia. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
14461: GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO. - The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio. Faithfully translated by J.M. Rigg. With an Illustrated Introduction and Sixteen Hand-Coloured Illustrations from original Drawings by Louis Chalon.
24604: (RICHARD ALDINGTON). (JOHN BUCKLAND-WRIGHT). GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO. - The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio. Translated by Richard Aldington. With Aquatints by [John] Buckland-Wright. [Fifth Impression].
18311: GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO. - The Decameron. Now first completely done into English Prose and Verse by John Payne.
20654: "BODLEIAN LIBRARY, OXFORD." - First-Line Index of English Poetry 1500-1800 in Manuscripts of the Bodleian Library Oxford. Edited by Margaret Crum. NEAR FINE XL SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
24850: BODMIN - "The Story of the Parish Church of St. Petroc, Bodmin. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25538: DIRK BOGARDE - A Postillion Struck by Lightning [with] Snakes and Ladders [with] An Orderly Man [with] Backcloth. BOGARDE'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY COMPLETE
25063: DIRK BOGARDE - A Particular Friendship. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
25716: DIRK BOGARDE - For the Time Being. Collected Journalism. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25743: DIRK BOGARDE - A Short Walk from Harrods. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15993: DIRK BOGARDE - A Period of Adjustment [Second Impression]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
14624: F. BOGDANOW - The Romance of the Grail. A Study of the Structure and Genesis of a Thireteenth Century Arthurian Prose Romance.
6865: R.J.E. BOGGIS - A History of the Diocese of Exeter. IN HALF MOROCCO
27488: C. VAN BOHEEMEN - "The Novel as Family Romance. Language, Gender and Authority from Fielding to Joyce. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
20025: M. BOILEAU. - "Le Lutrin: an Heroick Poem. Written originally in French by Monsieur Boileau, made English by N. . (1682). Introduction by Richard Morton. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
20520: E.J. BOIS. - Truth on the Tragedy of France. Translated by N. Selwyn Wilson.
19664: J. GALTIER-BOISSIERE - Mon Journal pendant L'Occupation.
15400: V.C. WATSON AND G.E. BOLCKOW. - The Postal History and Postal Markings of Stockton-on-Tees (including Thornaby-on-Tees). IN FULL BUCKRAM
20157: (PROFESSOR JACK MORPURGO). HECTOR BOLITHO - "The Glasshouse, Jamestown, Virginia. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY WITH A. ."
25387: ANALECTA BOLLANDIANA - "A Journal of Critical Hagiography. Tome 117 (1999), Fasc. 3-4. Edited by The Society of Bollandistes. Tome 117 (1999), Fasc."
25953: FRANCIS BOND - "Gothic Architecture in England. An Analysis of the Origin & Development of English Church Architecture from the Norman Conquest to the Dissolution of the Monasteries. [Third (and Best) Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PUBLISHER'S BUCKRAM"
26626: L.M.G. BOND. - Tyneham. A lost Heritage. [Foreword by Arthur Bryant. First Paperback Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
8818: FRANCIS BOND - Dedications & Patron Saints of English Churches. Ecclesiastical Symbolism. Saints and their Emblems.
1074: FRANCIS BOND - Westminster Abbey.
18312: FRANCIS BOND - "The Cathedrals of England and Wales, being a fourth Edition of English Cathedrals illustrated. he Cathedrals of England and Wales, being a fourth Edition of English Cathedrals illustrated."
4162: FRANCIS BOND - Wood Carvings in English Churches [Volume II]. I. Stalls and Tabernacle Work. II. Bishops' Thrones and Chancel Chairs.
18379: FRANCIS BOND - "An Introduction to English Church Architecture from the Eleventh to the Sixteenth Century. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
16332: M.F. BOND (ED.) - The Seventh Centenary of Simon de Montfort's Parliament 1265-1965.
7763: FRANCIS BOND - Font and Font Covers. WITH THE AUTHOR'S HOLOGRAPH
26520: M. BONDFIELD - Our Towns. A Close-Up. A Study made in 1939-42 with certain Recommendations by the Hygiene Committee.
21261: STEPHEN BONE - The West Coast of Scotland. Skye to Oban. A Shell Guide by Stephen Bone. [Revised Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED FIRST STATE DUSTWRAPPER
26459: STEPHEN BONE - British Weather. [Britain in Pictures series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20979: STEPHEN BONE - Albion. An Artist's Britain.
27388: S. BONE - The West Coast of Scotland. Skye to Oban. A Shell Guide by Stephen Bone. Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED SECOND STATE DUSTWRAPPER
4532: M. BONE - "The Western Front. Drawings by Muirhead Bone. [Volume II]. Part VII. July, 1917. ['Deserts']."
5073: D.W. BONE - Merchantman Rearmed. With Drawings by Muirhead Bone.
4533: M. BONE - "The Western Front. Drawings by Muirhead Bone. [Volume II]. Part IX. September, 1917. ['Soldier's Travel']."
20365: CHRISTIAN BONINGTON - The Everest Years. A Climber's Life. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21345: CHRISTIAN BONINGTON. - Kongur. China's Elusive Summit. Foreword by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Introduction by Michael Ward. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21867: CHRISTIAN BONINGTON - The Next Horizon. Autobiography II. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24661: CHRISTIAN BONINGTON. - I Chose to Climb. With a Foreword by Eric Shipton. BRIGHT COPY OF THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK
1164: A. BONNER - Mounds at Clapham and Balham.
1076: A. BONNER - The Name of 'Chelsea'.
1075: A. BONNER - The Name 'Marylebone' and Cordwainer Ward: its History and Topography.
16808: G.F. BONNER - The Yachting Season of 1845. [Facsimile reissue].
24179: T.G. BONNEY (ED.) - "Cathedrals, Abbeys and Churches of England and Wales. Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial. Edited by Prof. T.G. Bonney. [Subscriber's Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET OF SUBSCRIBERS' EDITION"
24202: EDWARD DE BONO - The Use of Lateral Thinking. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
95: (FOLKLORE SOCIETY). W. BONSER - A Bibliography of Folklore as contained in the first eight Years of the Publications of the Folklore Society.
20613: W. BONSER - A Romano-British Bibliography (55 BC - AD 449). IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
12376: J. BOOKER - Memorials of the Church in Prestwich. Being a Contribution towards the History of the Parent Church of the Parish. .
1830: F. BOOKER - "The Great Western Railway. A new History. [Second Edition, with extra illustrations]."
11488: OAK KNOLL BOOKS - A. Edward Newton. A Collection of his Works. [Oak Knoll Books. Catalogue 86].
6394: LINES FROM MY LOG-BOOKS. - "8vo., First Edition, with a fine portrait frontispiece in photogravure (original tissue guard present), engraved title-vignette, 8 splendid sepia-toned lithographed plates of naval engagements, a full-page plan of rigging and a double-page map in blue and black; strongly rebound in mid-twentieth century navy blue buckram, gilt back, uncut, a bright, clean copy. Admiral Sir John Dalrymple Hay (1821-1912) served in no fewer than twenty-three ships of the Royal Navy, from Thalia in 1834 to Indus in 1859, during which period he visited South America, the Pacific, the Near and Middle East, India, China, North America and the West Indies among other regions. He entered parliament in Palmerston's last government and was appointed to the Board of Admiralty in 1866. Following his retirement from the navy he continued active is a wide range of official and administrative roles. Curiously, this detailed and very readable autobiography remains the only substantial account of his career. Appendices include a genealogy, transcriptions of various maritime-related bills and papers, and his famous letter promoting the necessity for corporal punishment during wartime. NMM Catalogue II/1, 652."
25509: (REMBRANDT). K.G. BOON - Rembrandt. The Complete Etchings. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
625: G.C. BOON - Roman Silchester. The Archaeology of a Romano-British Town. .
10433: H.R.P. BOORMAN - The Spirit of Kent. The Rt.Hon. Lord Cornwallis.
22359: D. BOORMAN - At the Going Down of the Sun. British First World War Memorials. [First Paperback Edition]. FINE COPY
25099: P. BOOTH - Famous Regiments. The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. (The 43rd/52nd Regiment of Foot). [Introduction by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
25073: (EPITAPHS). JOHN BOOTH - Metrical Epitaphs ancient and modern. NEAR FINE COPY
19397: [W.] BOOTH - In Darkest England and the Way Out. WITH THE ORIGINAL DONATION SLIP
21346: E. BORECKA. - Warszawa 1945. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26109: F.W. BOREHAM - When the Swans Fly High.
25106: F.W. BOREHAM - A Late Lark Singing. Late Lark Singing.
24605: F. BORKENAU - The New German Empire. FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN
15097: BOROUGHBRIDGE - Boroughbridge and District. Heart of Yorkshire.
9751: GEORGE BORROW - "Wild Wales. Its People, Language and Scenery. Pocket Edition."
14080: GEORGE BORROW - "Wild Wales. Its People, Language and Scenery [World's Classics edition]."
26854: GEORGE BORROW - Romany Rye. [Everyman's Library]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
939: W. BORTHWICK - An Inquiry into the Origins and Limitations of the Feudal Dignities of Scotland 1775 - WITH - Remarks on British Antiquities 1776.
19233: R. BOSCAWEN - "Armoured Guardsmen. A War Diary, June 1944-April 1945."
14513: C. DE BOSDARI - "Cape Dutch Houses and Farms. Their Architecture and History, together with a Note on the Role of Cecil John Rhodes in their Preservation."
10704: C. BOSTON - The History of Compton in Surrey.
22030: P. BERRY AND M. BOSTRIDGE - Vera Brittain. A Life.
16114: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). JAMES BOSWELL - The Life of Samuel Johnson by James Boswell. [Nelson Classics Edition]. FIRST EDITION IN NELSON CLASSICS
20696: JAMES BOSWELL. - Boswell in Holland 1763-1764. Including his Correspondence witrh Belle de Zuylen (Zelide).
26343: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). JAMES BOSWELL. - "Johnson's Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland and Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson. Edited by R. . Chapman. [Oxford Standard Authors edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26705: (E.L. ALLHUSEN). JAMES BOSWELL. - Letters of James Boswell to the Rev. W.J. Temple. W. . Temple. With an Introduction by Thomas Seccombe. E.L. ALLHUSEN'S COPY WITH HIS BOOKPLATE
26515: W.C. BOSWELL - Starting from the Castle Rock. Sketches of old historic Nottinghamshire. Foreword by His Grace the Duke of Portland.
13524: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). JAMES BOSWELL. - The Life of Samuel Johnson by James Boswell. Newly Edited with Notes by Roger Ingpen. [Best Edition thus]. LOVELY SET OF THE BEST EDITION
20083: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). JAMES BOSWELL - The Life of Samuel Johnson.
9892: JAMES BOSWELL. - Boswell for the Defence 1769-1774. [Edited bt W.K. Wimsatt Jr and Frederick A. Pottle].
27574: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). J. BOSWELL - The Life of Samuel Johnson. BRIGHT COPY IN CONTEMPORARY CALF
13064: JAMES BOSWELL. - Everybody's Boswell. Being the Life of Samuel Johnson abridged from James Boswell's Complete Text and from the 'Tour to the Hebrides'.
27607: J. BOSWELL - Boswell in Search of a Wife 1766-1769. Edited by F. Brady and F.A. Pottle. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
27608: J. BOSWELL - "Boswell on the Grand Tour: Italy, Corsica, and France 1765-1766. Edited by F. Brady and F.A. Pottle. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY"
27839: J. BOSWELL - "Boswell on the Grand Tour: Italy, Corsica and France 1765-1766. Edited by F. Brady and F.A. Pottle. [De Luxe Limited Edition]. 400 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
12910: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). JAMES BOSWELL. - "The Life of Samuel Johnson. A New Edition, elucidated by copious Notes, and illustrated with numerous Portraits, Views, and characteristic Designs engraved from authentic Sources. SPLENDID MID-VICTORIAN ILLUSTRATED EDITION"
13533: JAMES BOSWELL. - "Boswell's London Journal 1762-1763. Now first published from the Original Manuscript. Prepared for the Press, with Introduction and Notes. [Fifth Impression]."
20139: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). JAMES BOSWELL. - "The Life of Samuel Johnson comprehending an Account of his Studies, and numerous Works, in Chronological Order; a Series of his Epistolary Correspondence and Conversations with many Eminent Persons. Fourth Edition, Revised and Augmented."
27827: J. BOSWELL - Boswell for the Defence 1769-1774. Edited by W.K. Wimsatt Jr. and F.A. Pottle. PROOF COPY
15473: JAMES BOSWELL. - Boswell on the Grand Tour: Germany and Switzerland 1764. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
20805: JAMES BOSWELL. - Boswell in Holland 1763-1764. Including his Correspondence witrh Belle de Zuylen (Zelide).
20804: JAMES BOSWELL. - "Boswell on the Grand Tour. [Complete Set, comprising] Germany and Switzerland 1764 [and] Italy, Corsica and France 1765-1766."
22648: L.A. BOTELHO - "Old Age and the English Poor Law, 1500-1700. FINE COPY"
10959: THE TRAGEDY OF PHILIPPE D'AUVERGNE. VICE-ADMIRAL IN THE ROYAL NAVY AND LAST DUKE OF BOUILLON. - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece, 7 plates on 4 and endpaper maps; cloth, gilt back, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper, the latter very lightly faded at backstrip."
20524: B. HECKSTALL-SMITH AND E. DU BOULAY - The Complete Yachtsman [Fifth Edition]. he Complete Yachtsman [Fifth Edition].
20699: B. HECKSTALL-SMITH AND E. DU BOULAY - The Complete Yachtsman [Seventh Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
298: G.A. BOULENGER AND C.L. BOULENGER - Animal Life by the Sea-Shore.
19054: (A.H. WATSON). E. BOUMPHREY. - The Hoojibahs. Illustrated by A.H. Watson.
2875: A.C. BOUQUET - "Church Brasses, British & Continental with some Notes on Incised Stone Slabs and Indents."
26602: PIERRE BOURDELLE. - War. [Special Artist's Edition limited to 250 copies. Foreword by Stephen Galatti. Commentary by Pierre Claudel]. THE ARTIST'S PRESENTATION COPY TO BERNARD DE PERTHUIS
77: (AUCASSIN ET NICOLETE). F.W. BOURDILLON - "C'est Daucasi and De Nicolete. Reproduced in photo-facsimile and type-transliteration from the unique MS. in the Bibliotheque Nationale at Paris, fronds francais, 2168. 165 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
15068: A. BOURGOGNE. - "Memoirs of Sergeant Bourgogne (1812-1813). Authorized Translation from the French Original, with an Introduction by the Hon. J.W. Fortescue; and Illustrations from the Drawings of Faber du Faur."
3909: SGT. [A.] BOURGOGNE. - Memoirs of Sergeant Bourgogne (1812-1813). [Edited by Paul Cotton and Maurice Henault].
11514: GEORGE BOURNE. - A Farmer's Life. With a Memoir of the Farmer's Sister. The Illustrations cut on Wood by Stephen Bone.
10376: J. BOURNE (ED.) - Georgian Tiverton. The Political Memoranda of Beavis Wood 1768-98. Edited with an Introduction.
27640: C. BOUTELL - Christian Monuments in England and Wales: an historical and descriptive Sketch of the various Classes of Sepulchral Monuments which have been in use in the Country from about the Era of the Norman Conquest to the Time of Edward the Fourth.
25799: ELIZABETH BOWEN - English Novelists. [Britain in Pictures series]. [Third Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24787: E.G. BOWEN - Radar Days. With a Foreword by Lord Bowden of Chesterfield. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23304: F.C. BOWEN. - Sailing Ships of the London River. BRIGHT COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
27615: M. BOWEN - "The Third Mary Stuart. Mary of York, Orange & England. Being a Character Study with Memoirs and Letters of Queen Mary II of England, 1662-1694. NEAR FINE COPY"
5691: ELIZABETH BOWEN - The Death of the Heart. [Collected Edition]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
17840: T. BOWER - The Perfect English Spy. Sir Dick White and the Secret War 1935-1990.
25841: U.G. BOWER - The Hidden Land. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
10176: G. SWANBOROUGH AND P.M. BOWERS - US Navy Aircraft since 1911.
13977: M.J. BOWERY - The Centaur File.
10988: J. BOWLE - John Evelyn and his World. A Biography.
21089: (THOMAS HOBBES). J. BOWLE - Hobbes and his Critics. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
23323: M.W. BOWMAN - The US Eighth Air Force in Camera. Pearl Harbor to D-Day 1942-1944 [with] The US Eighth Air Force in Camera . 1944-1945. FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
10301: G. BOWMAN. - War in the Air. Foreword by Air Chief Marshal Sir Philip Joubert.
25066: G. BOWMAN - The Man who bought a Navy. The Story of the World's Greatest Salvage Achievement at Scapa Flow. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24232: E. BOWNESS - The Four-Masted Barque.
22467: M.J.F. BOWYER - Fighting Colours. RAF Fighter Camouflage and Markings 1937-1969.
18134: CHARLES BOWYER. - Royal Air Force. The Aircraft in Service since 1918. Paintings by Michael Turner. Main Text by Chaz Bowyer. Foreword by Raymond Baxter.
18269: C. BOWYER - Bomber Group at War [RAF No. 5 Group].
13966: C. BOWYER - Path Finders at War.
13967: C. BOWYER - Hurricane at War. [Foreword by Group Captain T. . Gleave].
4934: (DELIA SMITH). A. BOWYER - Delia Smith. The Biography.
20833: M.J.F. BOWYER - Air Raid! The Enemy Air Offensive against East Anglia 1939-45.
13887: C. BOWYER - Fighter Command 1936-1968.
22559: GOLD BOXES. - "[Sale Catalogue of] Important Silver, Gold Boxes and Objects of Vertu. 7 June 2005. Sale Code: L05765. FINE COPY"
17160: WHEN I WAS A BOY. - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece and 17 plates on 15, neat contemporary inscription on front free endpaper, endpapers very lightly spotted; original green buckram, gilt back, gilt top, a very good, clean copy"
11726: F. BOYCE - SOE's Ultimate Deception. Operation Periwig.
10004: D. BOYD - Famous Regiments. Royal Engineers.
18918: R.M. BOYD - "Alfriston. Second Edition, May 1972."
21873: WILLIAM BOYD - Waiting for Sunrise. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2848: WILLIAM BOYD - The Destiny of Nathalie 'X' [and other stories]. SIGNED COPY
26946: D. BOYD - Famous Regiments. Royal Engineers. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE ENGINEER-IN-CHIEF
15722: PETER SCOTT AND H. BOYD. - Wildfowl of the British Isles.
12629: F.F. DARLING AND J.M. BOYD - The New Naturalist. The Highlands & Islands. [New Naturalist 6. Revised Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
527: A.W. BOYD - The Country Diary of a Cheshire Man.
24781: F.F. DARLING AND J.M. BOYD - The New Naturalist. The Highlands & Islands. [New Naturalist 6. Revised Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22706: K. WILLIAMSON AND J. MORTON BOYD - "St. Kilda Summer. Kilda Summer. With a Preface by E.M. Nicholson. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
17073: J.R. BOYLE - The Early History of the Town and Port of Hedon in the East Riding of the County of York. LARGE PAPER: 100 SIGNED COPIES WERE PRINTED
9071: A. BOYLE - Trenchard [Man of Vision].
24721: M.E. BOYLE - Herodias Inconsolable. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6347: J. BOYLE - Portrait of Canterbury.
286: E.D.V. PRENDERGAST AND J.V. BOYS - The Birds of Dorset.
25813: BOZ [PSEUD. CHARLES DICKENS] (ED.). - Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Edited by 'Boz'. With Illustrations by George Cruikshank. LORD ROSEBERY'S COPY WITH HIS BOOKPLATE
23199: F.G. BRABANT - "Rambles in Sussex. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25930: LORD BRABAZON - The Brabazon Story. NEAR FINE COPY
14716: LORD BRABAZON - The Brabazon Story.
8878: (CONWYN MANSEL-JONES). H. BRACKENBURY - "The Nearest Guard. A History of Her Majesty's Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, from their Institution in 1509 to the Year 1892. 200 COPIES WERE PRINTED; VC ASSOCIATION COPY"
27280: O. BRACKETT - English Furniture Illustrated. A Pictorial Review of English Furniture from Chaucer to Queen Victoria. Revised and edited by H. Clifford Smith. [Second and Best Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9233: G. BRADBEER - The Land changed its Face. The Evacuation of Devon's South Hams 1943-1944.
27225: R. BRADBURY - The Martian Chronicles. Introduced by Chris Hadfield. Illustrated by Mick Brownfield. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
12371: MALCOLM BRADBURY - Doctor Criminale.
22139: SUE BRADBURY (INTRO.). - A Travellers Christmas. Introduced by Sue Bradbury. Illustrated by Paul Slater. FINE COPY IN SLIP-CASE
20862: P. BRADBURY - The Tree was Quiet. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16148: RAY BRADBURY - Fahrenheit 451. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO TIM SANDEMAN
27616: G.F. BRADBY - The Great Days of Versailles. Studies from Court Life in the later Years of Louis XIV. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
25936: R. BRADDON - Cheshire VC. A Story of War and Peace. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14021: (LEONARD CHESHIRE). R. BRADDON - Cheshire VC. A Story of War and Peace. [Second Impression].
10736: H.G. BRADLEY - Ceramics of Derbyshire 1750-1975. An Illustrated Guide.
24075: A.G. BRADLEY. - Highways and Byways in the Lake District. With Illustrations by Joseph Pennell. [First Pocket Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
23204: HELEN BRADLEY - 'In the Beginning' said Great-Aunt Jane. In the Beginning' said Great-Aunt Jane.
26996: GRAHAM BRADLEY - The Wayward Lad. The Autobiography of Graham Bradley with Steve Taylor. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
16823: (FREDERICK L. GRIGGS). A.G. BRADLEY. - Highways and Byways in South Wales. With Illustrations by Frederick L. Griggs.
1046: A.G. BRADLEY - Highways and Byways in North Wales. With Illustrations by Joseph Pennell and Hugh Thomson.
18648: A.G. BRADLEY - "Flodden Field. [Reprinted from Macmillan's Magazine, October 1907]."
3128: D.L. BRADLEY - The Locomotives of the London Chatham and Dover Railway.
14636: (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE). A.C. BRADLEY - "Poetry for Poetry's Sake. An Inaugural Lecture delivered on June 5, 1901 [Second Impression]. BRADLEY'S INAUGURAL LECTURE"
14152: B.J. BRADLEY (ED.). - In England Now. Spring. 68 evocative Camera Studies collected and edited by B.J. Bradley. Introduced by H.E. Bates. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9992: HELEN BRADLEY - And Miss Carter wore Pink. Scenes from an Edwardian Childhood.
26915: GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY - A Soldier's Story of the Allied Campaigns from Tunis to the Elbe.
23205: HELEN BRADLEY - And Miss Carter Wore Pink [with] Miss Carter came with Us [with] In the Beginning [with] The Queen who came to Tea. THE 'MISS CARTER' SEQUENCE COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
14970: HELEN BRADLEY - 'In the Beginning' said Great Aunt Jane. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
17471: N. BRADLEY - "The Old Burma Road. A Journey on Foot and Muleback. From the Diary, Notes and Reminiscences of Dr. Neville Bradley, for many Years a Medical Missionary in China. With a Foreword by Lady Erskine Crum."
48: HENRY BRADSHAW. - "Henry Bradshaw's Correspondence on Incunabula with J. Holtrop and M.F.A.G. Campbell. Holtrop and M.F.A.G. Campbell. I. The Correspondence, 1864-1884 [Translated from the Dutch by D.A.S. Reid]."
1373: JOHN BRAINE - The Crying Game.
1372: JOHN BRAINE - Life at the Top.
17400: JOHN BRAINE - The Vodi.
15973: (FREDERICK SAVAGE). D. BRAITHWAITE - Savage of King's Lynn. Inventor of Machines and Merry-Go-Rounds. NEAR FINE COPY
9975: R. BRAITHWAITE - Moscow 1941. A City and its People at War.
26525: H. BRAKSPEAR - Tintern Abbey Monmouthshire.
15060: H. BRAKSPEAR - "Battle Abbey, Sussex. An Illustrated Historical Sketch. Published by Order of the Trustees of the Will of the late Sir Augustus Webster and the Principal of Battle Abbey School."
15220: ERNEST BRAMAH - The Moon of Much Gladness. Related by Kai Lung. IN FULL MOROCCO
12508: ERNEST BRAMAH - The Wallet of Kai Lung. With an Introduction by Grant Richards. [Sixth Impression].
12210: M. BRANDER - Scottish and Border Battles and Ballads. Musical Arrangements by Jimmie Macgregor. PUBLISHER'S REVIEW COPY
5700: A.M. BRANDER - Famous regiments. The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment). [Introduction by General Sir Peter Hunt].
9934: M. BRANDER - Famous Regiments. The 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
8173: M. BRANDER - Famous Regiments. The 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own).
25710: RAPHAEL BRANDON AND J.A. BRANDON . - "An Analysis of Gothic Architecture, illustrated by a Series of upwards of Seven Hundred Examples. New Edition. NEAR FINE SET"
21693: P. BRANDON - The Making of the English Landscape. The Sussex Landscape. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2878: RAPHAEL BRANDON AND J. A BRANDON. - The Open Timber Roofs of the Middle Ages. Illustrated by perspective and working Drawings of some of the best Varieties of Church Roofs.
1916: P. BRANDON - A History of Surrey. Drawings by Carolyn Lockwood.
8792: W. BRANDT - My Road to Berlin. As told to Leo Lania.
10151: C. BRANN - The Little Ships of Dunkirk.
22798: BRASSBOUNDER [PSEUD. ALEXANDER GRIEVE] - Master's Ticket. By 'Brassbounder' (Alec Glanville). IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17772: MICHAEL BRATBY. - Through the Air. Adventures with Wild Fowl and Small Boat Sailing.
12590: HUGH BRAUN - An Introduction to English Mediaeval Architecture.
9003: H. BRAUN - Earliest Ruislip.
9976: H. BRAUN - English Medieval Architecture.
18826: (JOHN KEATS). (FANNY KEATS). FANNY BRAWNE. - Letters of Fanny Brawne to Fanny Keats [1820-1824]. Edited with a biographical Introduction by Fred Edgcumbe. With a Foreword by Maurice Buxton Forman. [Second Edition].
7956: (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE). D. BRAY - The Original Order of Shakespeare's Sonnets.
9185: MRS. [A.E.] BRAY - "A Description of the Part of Devonshire bordering on the Tamar and the Tavy. Its Natural History, Manners, Customs, Superstitions, Scenery, Antiquities, etc., in Letters to the late Robert Southey, Esq. OUTSTANDING SET IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING"
15324: G. BRAY - Tudor Church Reform. The Henrician Canons of 1535 and the Reformatio Legum Ecclesiasticarum.
2639: P. BRAYBROOKE - Novelists. We are Seven.
18642: ANGELA BRAZIL. - A Patriotic Schoolgirl. Illustrated by Balliol Salmon. FIRST EDITION IN PICTORIAL CLOTH
21363: ANGELA BRAZIL. - The School on the Moor. Illustrated by H. Coller.
19481: BERTHOLD BRECHT - Die Gewehre der Frau Carrar [with Der Augsburger Kreidekries [with] Neue Kinderlieder]. ie Gewehre der Frau Carrar [with Der Augsburger Kreidekries [with] Neue Kinderlieder].
19480: BERTHOLD BRECHT - Der Hofmeister von Jacob Michael Reinhold Lenz (Bearbeitung) [with Studien [with] Neue Technik der Schauspilekunst [with] Uebungsstuecke fuer Schauspieler [with] Das Verboer des Lukullus]. er Hofmeister von Jacob Michael Reinhold Lenz (Bearbeitung) [with Studien [with] Neue Technik der Schauspilekunst [with] Uebungsstuecke fuer Schauspieler [with] Das Verboer des Lukullus].
19479: BERTHOLD BRECHT - Die Tage der Commune. [with Die Dialekt auf dem Theatre [with] Zu 'Leben des Galilei'[with] Drei Reden. Zwei Briefe].
13705: (PERCY FAMILY). G. BRENAN. - A History of the House of Percy from the Earliest Times down to the Present Century. Edited by W. . Lindsay (Windsor Herald).
25760: M.G. BRENNAN (ED.) - "The Origins of the Grand Tour: The Travels of Robert Montagu, Lord Mandeville (1649-1654), William Hammond (1655-1658), Banaster Maynard (1660-1663). FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
16726: J. BRENNECKE - Jager-Gejagte! Deutsche U-Boote 1939-1945. Dritte Auflage.
11767: E. BRENNECKE - Thomas Hardy's Universe. A Study of a Poet's Mind.
26700: (CHARLES DARWIN). P. BRENT - Charles Darwin. A Man of Enlarged Curiosity'.
26088: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). P. BRENT. - Captain Scott and the Antarctic Tragedy. Introduction by Sir Vivian Fuchs.
27362: J.A. BRENT - Alciston Manor in the Later Middle Ages. NEAR FINE COPY
12934: C. BRENT - Georgian Lewes 1714-1830. The Heyday of a County Town.
25418: J.M. BRERETON - "The History of the 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards and their Predecessors, 1685-1980."
22642: F.S. BRERETON. - "The Dragon of Pekin. A Tale of the Boxer Revolt. Illustrated by William Rainey. New [Second] Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PICTORIAL CLOTH"
13021: F.S. BRERETON. - In the King's Service. A Tale of Cromwell's Invasion of Ireland. Illustrated by Stanley L. Wood.
3490: O.S. BRERETON - "Observations on Mr. Peter Collinson's 'Paper on the Round Towers in Ireland'. Printed in the First Volume , p.305 [of the Journal of the Society of Antiquaries]."
1078: A. BRERETON - The Story of Old Whitehall. With a Note of the Whitehall Rooms and the Hotel Metropole.
24314: F. BRESLER - Napoleon III. A Life. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20530: S. BRETT - Marlborough College. A Short History and Guide.
20424: E. BEAZLEY AND L. BRETT - "A Shell Guide. North Wales. Caernarvonshire, Anglesey, Denbighshire and Flintshire. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
16268: J. BREWER - The Pleasures of the Imagination. English Culture in the Eighteenth Century.
18688: S. BREYER. - Battleships of the World 1905-1970. [Edited by Roger Chesneau. Translated by Keith Thomas]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27037: S. BREYER. - "Battleships and Battle-Cruisers 1905-1970. With 922 Side Elevations, Deck Plans, Cross Sections and Detail Sketches including an Introduction: Historical Development of the Capital Ship. Translated by Alfred Kurti. [Second English Impression]."
17956: S. BREYER - Breaking the Vicious Circle. Towards Effective Risk Regulation.
16715: M.H. BRICE - The Tribals. Biography of a Destroyer Class.
5973: M.H. BRICE - The Royal Navy and the Sino-Japanese Incident 1937-41.
20245: R.V. TOOLEY AND C. BRICKER. - Landmarks of Mapmaking. An Illustrated Survey of Maps and Mapmaking. Maps chosen and displayed by R.V. Tooley. Text written by Charles Bricker. Preface by Gerald Roe Crone.
8236: PAUL BRICKHILL - The Dam Busters. With a Foreword by Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Lord Tedder.
21769: PAUL BRICKHILL - The Dam Busters. With a Foreword by Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Lord Tedder.
11799: PAUL BRICKHILL - The Dam Busters. With a Foreword by Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Lord Tedder. [Seventh Impression].
22993: PAUL BRICKHILL - The Dam Busters. With a Foreword by Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Lord Tedder. Twelfth Impression thus].
15620: PAUL BRICKHILL - The Dam Busters. With a Foreword by Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Lord Tedder. IN FULL MOROCCO
7942: PAUL BRICKHILL - The Dam Busters. With as Foreword by Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Lord Tedder.
23360: A.R. BRIDBURY - England and the Salt Trade in the Later Middle Ages.
8217: H.N. BRIDE - Old Leigh. NEAR FINE COPY
9431: ANN BRIDGE [PSEUD. LADY MARY O'MALLEY] - Peking Picnic. [Fourth Impression].
18516: ANN BRIDGE [PSEUD. LADY MARY O'MALLEY] - The Lighthearted Quest.
24740: ANN BRIDGE [PSEUD. LADY MARY O'MALLEY] - Enchanter's Nightshade. A Novel. IN FULL MOROCCO
18018: ANN BRIDGE [PSEUD. LADY MARY O'MALLEY] - The Malady in Madeira.
22765: ANN BRIDGE [PSEUD. LADY MARY O'MALLEY] - "Illyrian Spring. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
15714: ANN BRIDGE [PSEUD. LADY MARY O'MALLEY] - The Numbered Account. A Novel.
21868: ANN BRIDGE [PSEUD. LADY MARY O' MALLEY] - Enchanter's Nightshade. A Novel. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15911: ROBERT BRIDGES - The Testament of Beauty. A Poem in Four Books. [Eighth Impression].
15912: ROBERT BRIDGES - Poetical Works of Robert Bridges excluding the Eight Dramas. Oxford Edition.
18280: GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS AND ROBERT BRIDGES - The Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins to Robert Bridges. Edited with Notes and an Introduction by Claude Colleer Abbott.
11150: T. BRIDGLAND - Sea Killers in Disguise. The Story of the Q-Ships and Decoy Ships in the First World War.
13356: M.F. BRIDIE - The Story of Shute. The Bonvilles and Poles. With a Foreword by Sir John Carew Pole.
2879: RICHARD BRIERS. - English Country Churches. Photographs by Mervyn Blatch.
20685: ASA BRIGGS - "Victorian People. Some Reassessments of People, Institutions, Ideas and Events 1851-1867."
18895: R.A. BRIGGS - "Bungalows and Country Residences. A Series of Designs and Examples of recently executed Works. Third Edition, with additional Plates. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
941: M. BRIGGS - Round the Shires.
8857: C. GILL AND A. BRIGGS - History of Birmingham. Volume I Manor and Borough to 1865. Vol. II Borough and City 1865-1938.
14644: MARTIN S. BRIGGS - "Goths and Vandals. A Study of the Destruction, Neglect and Preservation of Historical Buildings in England."
14646: MARTIN S. BRIGGS - Puritan Architecture and its Future.
17119: G. BRIGGS - Jubilee History of the York Equitable Industrial Society Limited. SCARCE JUBILEE HISTORY
16257: G.B. BRIGHTLING - Some Particulars relating to the History and Antiquities of Carshalton. Compiled from the best Authorities by George R. Brightling [Facsimile re-issue].
16493: BRIGHTON - "[Brighton] 1951. The Regency Festival. Souvenir Programme and Catalogue of the Regency Exhibition in the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. In Association with the Arts Council of Great Britain. [Introduction by Lord Bessborough]."
21303: T. BRIGHTON - Hell Riders. The Truth about the Charge of the Light Brigade. [Third Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18169: C.L. BRIGHTWELL - Palissy. The Huguenot Potter. A True Tale. WITH BINDER'S TICKET
17157: H.W. TIMPERLEY AND E. BRILL - Ancient Trackways of Wessex.
27153: L.J.F. BRIMBLE - "Flowers in Britain. Wild, Ornamental and Economic, and some Relatives in Other Lands. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
8370: W.H. BRINDLEY - The Soul of Manchester.
22306: J.M. BRINNIN - The Sway of the Grand Saloon. A Social History of the North Atlantic . FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25569: A. BRISSAUD. - The Nazi Secret Service. Translated from the French by Milton Waldman. [First English Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
11312: THEATRE ROYAL BRISTOL - "Theatre Royal. King Street, Bristol, Founded 1766."
17402: BRISTOL - Bristol. Official Visitors Guide.
26949: SS GREAT BRITAIN - "The Cabinet. A Repository of Facts, Figures and Fancies relating to the Voyage of the 'Great Britain' SS from Liverpool to Melbourne with the Eleven of All England and other distinguished Passengers. [Facsimile reissue]. FINE COPY"
128: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN - [Exhibition Catalogue] Samuel Johnson 1709-84. A Bicentenary Exhibition.
13528: "THE BRITISH TAR IN FACT AND FICTION. THE POETRY, PATHOS, AND HUMOUR OF THE SAILOR'S LIFE. WITH INTRODUCTORY CHAPTERS ON THE PLACE OF THE SEA OFFICER AND SEAMAN IN NAVAL HISTORY AND HISTORICAL LITERATURE BY JOHN LEYLAND. PUBLISHER'S PRESENTATION COPY" - "8vo., First Edition, with a coloured frontispiece (original tissue guard present), 15 plates in sepia and 113 monochrome plates on 64; original navy blue ribbed cloth, upper board lettered in gilt, gilt back, gilt top, uncut and partially unopened, a remarkably bright, fresh, crisp, clean copy. Publisher's presentation copy with appropriate blind-stamp on frontispiece guard and title. Publisher's presentation copy with appropriate blind-stamp on frontispiece guard and title. A superb copy of a substantial and learned work. Its four sections examine the British tar in (i) literature, biography, pamphlet and satire; (ii) mystery, pageant, comedy and drama; (iii) sea stories, novels, magazines and chap-books; (iv) poems, ballads, songs and doggerel. There is a final section on the seaman and nautical life in pictorial form. VERY SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION"
6473: "THE BRITISH ADMIRALS OF THE FLEET 1734-1995. A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY. WITH A FOREWORD BY ADMIRAL SIR MICHAEL BOYCE, CHIEF OF THE DEFENCE STAFF." - "8vo., First Edition, with 18 plates on 8; cloth, gilt back, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Good, thoughtful (and often entertaining) extended summaries of the 115 officers appointed to the Royal Navy's highest rank in the three hundred-odd years of its existence. Undeniably useful and certainly handy, it would benefit from more and better pictures (particularly of the lesser-known individuals). A similar treatment of British admirals is a greater need."
27255: V. BRITTAIN - Halcyon or the Future of Monogamy. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23770: VERA BRITTAIN. - Chronicle of Friendship. Diary of the Thirties 1932-1939. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27899: VERA BRITTAIN - "Testament of Experience. An Autobiographical Story of the Years 1925-1950. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
16477: VERA BRITTAIN - Born 1925. A Novel of Youth.
1795: VERA BRITTAIN - Search after Sunrise.
8183: VERA BRITTAIN - Account Rendered. A Novel.
12753: VERA BRITTAIN. - Vera Brittain. Diary 1939-1945. Wartime Chronicle.
23752: VERA BRITTAIN. - "Vera Brittain. Diaries. [Complete set, comprising 'Chronicle of Youth', 'Chronicle of Friendship' and 'Wartime Chronicle']. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS"
10398: F.J. BRITTEN - The Watch & Clock Makers Handbook. Fourteenth Edition.
670: J. BRITTON - The History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Hereford. With biographical Anecdotes of eminent Persons connected with the Establishment.
20064: L. BROAD - Sir Anthony Eden. The Chronicles of a Career. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
25830: B. BROADFOOT - "Years of Sorrow, Years of Shame. The Story of the Japanese Canadians in WWII. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
13596: (KING CHARLES II). A.M. BROADLEY (ED.) - "The Royal Miracle. A Collection of Rare Tracts, Broadsides, Letters, Prints and Ballads concerning the Wamderings of Charles II after the Battle of Worcester [September 3 to October 15, 1651]. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY"
17583: M.W. BROCKWELL - "A Catalogue of Paintings in the Collection of Mr. Charles P. Taft at Cincinnati, Ohio. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
11137: S. BRODETSKY - Memoirs. From Ghetto to Isreal.
8953: G.C. BRODRICK - Memorials of Merton College with biographical Notices of the Wardens and Fellows.
13134: P. VAN DEN BROECKE. - "Pieter Van Den Broecke's Journal of Voyages to Cape Verde, Guinea and Angola 1605-1612."
24694: (ARTHUR RANSOME). H. BROGAN - The Life of Arthur Ransome. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13626: (LIEUTENANT-COMMANDER PAT O'LEARY). V. BROME - The Way Back. The Story of Lieut. Commander Pat O'Leary.
19193: H.W. BROMHEAD - The Heritage of St. Leonard's Parish Church Streatham. Leonard's Parish Church Streatham. Being an Account of the Traditions and Associations of the Church. Incorporating Notes on the Monuments by Mrs Arundell Esdaile. [First and Sole Edition]. AUTHOR'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
16856: A.N. BROMLEY - A Fly-Fisher's Reflections 1860-1930. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26764: EMILY BRONTE. - Wuthering Heights. Introduction by Patti Smith. Illustrations by Rovina Cai. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
27537: C. BRONTE - Shirley. NEAR FINE COPY
27670: C. BRONTE - "Shirley. [Illustrated by Paul Hardy]. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25113: CHARLOTTE BRONTE. - Jane Eyre. Introduced by Emma Donoghue. Illustrated by Santiago Caruso. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
17055: CHARLOTTE BRONTE. EMILY BRONTE. - The Belgian Essays. Charlotte Bronte and Emily Bronte. Edited and translated by Sue Lonoff.
15477: CHARLOTTE BRONTE. - "The Complete Poems of Charlotte Bronte. Edited by Clement Shorter. Now for the First Time collected, with Bibliography and Notes, by C.W. Hatfield. THE FIRST COMPLETE COLLECTION"
18035: ANNE BRONTE. - The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. [Thornton Edition. Edited by Temple Scott].
22936: ANIMALIER BRONZES. - "Sale Catalogue of] Fine French and English Furniture, Bronzes, Marbles, Works of Art and Animalier Bronzes. 26 June 1974. Sale Code: EURIPEDES. FINE COPY"
24822: R. BROOK - The Story of Eltham Palace. With a Foreword by R. . Butler. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9005: R. BROOK - The Tramways of Huddersfield. A History of Huddersfield Corporation Tramways 1883-1940.
27401: R. BROOKE - Rupert Brooke. Selected Poems. Introduced by Jon Stallworthy. Illustrated by Ed Kluz. EDITION LIMITED TO 1750 COPIES
1816: R. BROOKE - Visits to Fields of Battle in England of the Fifteenth Century; to which are added some miscellaneous Tracts and Papers upon Archaeological Subjects.
16138: RUPERT BROOKE - 1914 & Other Poems. [Sixth Impression].
21599: RUPERT BROOKE. - The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke: with a Memoir. IN FULL MOROCCO
26939: RUPERT BROOKE - "The Complete Poems of Rupert Brooke. [Fifteenth Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
20846: RUPERT BROOKE - The Complete Poems of Rupert Brooke. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26059: RUPERT BROOKE - '1914'. Five Sonnets by Rupert Brooke. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED. IN CUSTOM PORTFOLIO
11993: C. BROOKE - Europe in the Central Middle Ages 962-1154.
11999: RUPERT BROOKE. - Rupert Brooke's Poems. Illustrated by [John] Buckland-Wright. [Second Edition thus].
22632: RUPERT BROOKE - 1914 & Other Poems. [Fourth Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19069: RUPERT BROOKE. - Democracy and the Arts. With a Preface by Geoffrey Keynes. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24481: RUPERT BROOKE. - The Letters of Rupert Brooke. Edited by Sir Geoffrey Keynes. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21050: S. BROOKE - The Railways of Australia.
10277: R. BROOKES - "The Natural History of Vegetables. As well Foreign as Indigenous; including an Account of their Roots, Barks, Woods, Leaves, Flowers, Fruits, Seeds, Resins, Gums and Concreted Juices. ."
12855: E. BROOKES - The Gates of Hell. [With a Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fraser of North Cape].
11618: E. BROOKES - The Gates of Hell. [With a Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fraser of North Cape]. SIGNED PQ17 ASSOCIATION COPY
8785: H.F. BROOKS - "A Bibliography of John Oldham, the Restoration Satirist [in] Oxford Bibliographical Society, Proceedings & Papers, Vol. V, Part I."
16313: R.J. BROOKS - Sussex Airfields in the Second World War.
22331: P. BROOKS. - The Treasure of the Mountain. With Drawings by Christopher Brooks. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24663: R.J. BROOKS - "Kent's Own. The History of 500 (County of Kent) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force."
6080: J. BROOME - Convoy is to Scatter.
18552: J. BROOME - Make another Signal.
2032: JOHN BROPHY - Julian's Way. A Novel.
12946: D.K. BROSTER - Almond Wild Almond.
27599: MAYHEW BROTHERS - "Acting Charades. Deeds not Words. A Christmas Game to make a long Evening short. Illustrated by H.G. Hine. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY IN ORIGINAL CLOTH"
18675: H. BROTHERTON - "Tench, How to Catch Them [Second Impression]. ench, How to Catch Them [Second Impression]."
20784: J. BROUWER. - Stay Awhile and Ponder on Those Deeds which Here Befell. [Translated by D. Duinhoven]. NEAR FINE COPY
25915: FRANCIS YEATS-BROWN - "Bengal Lancer. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
9670: J.D. BROWN - Carrier Operations in World War II. Volume One. The Royal Navy. [This volume only. Foreword by Vice Admiral Sir Donald Gibson].
16353: R. STEWART-BROWN - A History of the Manor and Township of Allerton in the County of Lancaster. History of the Manor and Township of Allerton in the County of Lancaster.
20105: A.R. HAIG-BROWN - The O.T.C. and the Great War. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
13337: D. BROWN - Warship Profile 35: HMS Eagle. HMS Eagle [Aircraft Carrier].
14357: R. LAMONT-BROWN - Kempeitai. Japan's Dreaded Military Police.
18991: JOHN ALCOCK AND SIR A.W. BROWN - Our Transatlantic Flight. With an Introduction by Captain John Alcock. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9635: R.H. BROWN - Footpath Guides No. 25. 25. Hampshire Highlands.
19488: A. BROWN - Indian Relics and their Values.
21621: (BIBLE). M.P. BROWN (ED.) - The Holkham Bible. EDITION LIMITED TO 1750 COPIES
19064: H.J. NOWARRA AND K.S. BROWN - Von Richthofen and the Flying Circus. The Life and Death of Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen and the History of the Richthofen Jagdeschwader. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
16865: L.H. BROWN ET AL. (EDS.) - The Birds of Africa. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
26094: FRANCIS YEATS-BROWN - Golden Horn.
23086: (THOMAS HARDY). J.C. BROWN (ED.) - Figures in a Wessex Landscape. Thomas Hardy's Picture of English Country Life. Edited by Joanna Cullen Brown. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21357: CLIVE CUSSLER AND G. BROWN. - The Storm. [A NUMA Files/Kurt Austin Adventure].
13795: C. BROWN - "Northampton 1835-1985. Shoe Town, New Town."
3600: D. BROWN - Aircraft Carriers.
5071: D. BROWN - Aircraft Carriers.
14831: JOE BROWN - The Hard Years. An Autobiography.
23153: D. BROWN - Warship Profile 11: HMS Illustrious Aircraft Carrier 1939-1956. HMS Illustrious. Aircraft Carrier 1939-1956. Operational History.
26795: L. MASON AND C. BROWN - The Taste of Britain. Foreword by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. [Revised Edition].
10614: I. BROWN - Summer in Scotland.
6189: A.J. BROWN - Fair North Riding.
20632: J. BROWN - Lanning Roper and his Gardens.
8045: D. BROWN - WW2 Fact Files: Aircraft Carriers.
8808: J.A. FROUDE J. BROWN - The Influence of the Reformation on the Scottish Character [with] The Enterkin [with] Sheep-Farmers and Drovers [with] Minchmoor. ). The Influence of the Reformation on the Scottish Character [with] BROWN (J). The Enterkin [with] ANON. Sheep-Farmers and Drovers [with] BROWN (J). Minchmoor. FOUR WORKS IN ONE VOLUME.
19515: J. BROWN - Harry Tate's Navy. One Man's Story of the Royal Naval Patrol Service.
23949: I. BROWN - No Idle Words. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18404: H.F. BROWN - Venice. An Historical Sketch of the Republic. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
7148: A.F.J. BROWN - Colchester 1815-1914.
21301: HENRY COLLINS BROWN (ED.) - "Valentine's Manual of Old New York 1927. Edited by Henry Collins Brown. BRIGHT, CLEAN, FRESH COPY"
25456: C.R. BROWNE - "Maori Witchery. Native Life in New Zealand. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26435: (ALFRED EDWARD HOUSMAN). P. BROWNE - An Elegy in Arcady: An Artist's View of Housman's Poetry. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13422: C. BROWNE - Tojo. The Last Banzai.
27287: T. BROWNE - Sir Thomas Browne's Religio Medici and Urn-Burial. FIRST APPEARANCE IN TEMPLE CLASSICS
26257: THOMAS BROWNE. - The Works of Sir Thomas Browne. BRIGHT SET IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING
5400: S. BROWNING - Coastal Commandos.
20848: R. BROWNING - A History of Golf. The Royal and Ancient Game.
22423: W.S. BROWNLIE - The Proud Trooper. The History of the Ayrshire (Earl of Carrick’s Own) Yeomanry from its Raising in the Eighteenth Century till 1964. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27006: W.F. BRUCE - Early English Lantern Clocks 1600-1700. FINE COPY
14814: LADY HESTER STANHOPE AND M. BRUCE - The Nun of Lebanon. The Love Affair of Lady Hester Stanhope and Michael Bruce. Their Newly Discovered Letters.
14240: G. BRUCE - The Nazis.
17389: (WALTER PAGET). D.F. BRUCE. - The Senior Prefect. With Illustrations by Wal Paget. [Second Edition]. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK AND THE FIRST DIMSIE STORY
17500: D.F. BRUCE. - That Boarding School Girl. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
20658: CLIVE CUSSLER AND J. DU BRUL. - The Jungle. [A Novel from the Oregon Files].
24374: STATE OF BRUNEI - State of Brunei Annual Report 1958. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21447: M. BRUNNARIUS - The Windmills of Sussex. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
21517: P.W.S. ANDREWS AND E. BRUNNER. - The Lord of Lord Nuffield. A Study in Enterprise and Benevolence.
18064: R.W. BRUNSKILL - Houses and Cottages of Britain [origins and development of traditional buildings]. ouses and Cottages of Britain [origins and development of traditional buildings].
6249: T.N. BRUSHFIELD - "A Bibliography of Sir Walter Ralegh [sic; Raleigh] Knt. Second Edition, with Notes Revised and Enlarged. HANDSOMELY BOUND COPY"
11804: (BRITISH ARMY). MONTGOMERY CLUB BRUSSELS - "The Montgomery Club, Brussels."
26375: [M.] BRYAN. - "Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers. New Edition Revised and Enlarged under the Supervision of George C Williamson. [Fourth Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN PUBLISHER'S BOARDS"
22408: (CLINTON THOMAS DENT). M. BRYAN. - "Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, Biographical and Critical. New Edition, revised and enlarged, edited by Robert Edmund Graves. CLINTON THOMAS DENT'S COPY WITH HIS ARMORIAL BOOKPLATE"
17697: R. BRYAN - Ordeal by Ice. Ships of the Antarctic.
23482: T. BRYAN - The Great Western at War 1939-1945. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20241: A. BRYAN. - Photographic Memories. Francis Frith's Villages of Sussex.
17186: ARTHUR BRYANT - The Years of Endurance [with] Years of Victory [with] The Age of Elegance. THE 'NAPOLEONIC' TRILOGY COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
19260: (DUKE OF WELLINGTON). ARTHUR BRYANT - The Great Duke or the Invincible General.
15183: (SAMUEL PEPYS). ARTHUR BRYANT - Samuel Pepys. The Man in the Making [with] The Years of Peril [with] The Saviour of the Navy. THE PEPYS TRILOGY COMPLETE
16358: ARTHUR BRYANT - English Saga (1840-1940). [Thirteenth Edition].
23544: ARTHUR BRYANT (ED.) - The Man and the Hour. Studies of Six Great Men of our Time. SCARCE EARLY WORK BY BRYANT
23010: ARTHUR BRYANT - The Years of Endurance [with] Years of Victory [with] The Age of Elegance. The 'Napoleonic' trilogy complete. NAPOLEONIC TRILOGY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
27130: K. BRYANT ET AL. - Even More Submarine Memories. More Less Known Facts from the Gatwick Submarine Archive. FINE PRESENTATION COPY
7027: ARTHUR BRYANT - "Jackets of Green. A Study of the History, Philosophy, and Character of the Rifle Brigade. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
15514: (SAMUEL PEPYS). ARTHUR BRYANT - Samuel Pepys. The Man in the Making [with] The Years of Peril [with] The Saviour of the Navy. [Second Edition]. THE TRILOGY COMPLETE IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
17313: ARTHUR BRYANT - Years of Victory 1802-1812. AUTHOR'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY TO J. H OWEN
29909: THE MEMOIRS OF JAMES II. HIS CAMPAIGNS AS DUKE OF YORK 1652-1660. TRANSLATED BY A. LYTTON SELLS FROM THE BOUILLON MANUSCRIPT. EDITED AND COLLATED WITH THE CLARKE EDITION. WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY SIR ARTHUR BRYANT. - "8vo., First Edition, on laid paper, with a portrait, title in red and black, 8 plates and 4 maps in the text; original red cloth, gilt back, green top, a very good, bright, clean copy."
23953: (SAMUEL PEPYS). ARTHUR BRYANT - Samuel Pepys. The Man in the Making [with] The Years of Peril [with] The Saviour of the Navy. [Second Edition]. THE PEPYS TRILOGY IN UNCLIPPED PICTORIAL DUSTWRAPPERS
4746: (SAMUEL PEPYS). ARTHUR BRYANT - Samuel Pepys. The Man in the Making [with] The Years of Peril [with] The Saviour of the Navy. [The Pepys Trilogy complete].
5052: ARTHUR BRYANT - A History of Britain and the British People. Set in a Silver Sea [with] Freedom's Own Island [with] The Search for Justice. FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
21424: ARTHUR BRYANT - The Medieval Foundation [with] Protestant Island. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21422: ARTHUR BRYANT - The Fire and the Rose. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17312: ARTHUR BRYANT - The Story of England. [Volume I]. Makers of the Realm. AUTHOR'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY TO J. H OWEN
9898: T.H. BRYANT - County Churches: Suffolk. [Complete set].
17176: ARTHUR BRYANT - The Age of Elegance 1812-1822. AUTHOR'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY TO J. H OWEN
24020: H. GAUDIER-BRZESKA. - Gaudier-Brzeska Drawings. Introduction by Horace Brodzky. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22910: JOHN BUCHAN - The Island of Sheep. FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN
17558: JOHN BUCHAN - The Causal and the Casual in History. The Rede Lecture 1929.
22141: JOHN BUCHAN. - The Thirty-Nine Steps and The Power-House. Introduced by Andrew Lownie. Illustrated by Nick Hardcastle. [Fifth Impression thus].
23089: JOHN BUCHAN - The House of the Four Winds. FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN
1374: JOHN BUCHAN - The King's Grace 1910-1935. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
11772: JOHN BUCHAN - T.L.s from John Buchan to Edmund Vale. SIGNED LETTER FROM JOHN BUCHAN TO FELLOW-AUTHOR EDMUND VALE
24790: JOHN BUCHAN - Sick Heart River. BUCHAN'S FINAL NOVEL IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
22911: JOHN BUCHAN - Huntingtower. FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN
25598: JOHN BUCHAN - The Thirty-Nine Steps. [Third Impression].
17077: JOHN BUCHAN. - Naval Episodes of the Great War. [Edited by S. Williams]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
15597: J.R. BUCHANAN - "Memorials of Herne, Kent."
22957: ROBERT BUCHANAN. - Life and Adventures of Audubon the Naturalist. [Introduction by John Burroughs. Everyman's Library Edition]. LAST APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
3913: L-G. BUCHHEIM - U-Boat War. Translated by Gudie Lawaetz. With an Essay by Michael Salewski.
24018: P.S. BUCK - Command the Morning. A Novel.
16563: F. BUCK - On Jungle Trails. [First UK Edition. With photographs by the author]. REMARKABLY BRIGHT COPY
19498: A. CHAPMAN AND W.J. BUCK. - "Wild Spain (Espana Agreste). Records of Sport with Rifle, Rod and Gun, Natural History and Exploration. IN FULL MOROCCO"
20720: M.J. BRUCCOLI AND P. BUCKER - Joseph Heller. A Descriptive Bibliography.
27665: A. BUCKERIDGE - "Our Friend Jennings. [Illustrated by Douglas Mays]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
20461: ANTHONY BUCKERIDGE - Just like Jennings.
20462: ANTHONY BUCKERIDGE - Thanks to Jennings.
24260: W.W. BUCKLAND - A Manual of Roman Private Law. [Second and Best Edition].
19949: H.T. BUCKLE - History of Civilization in England. [World's Classics edition]. COMPLETE IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING
24717: (BOOKBINDING). H.T. BUCKLE - History of Civilization in England. New Edition. BRIGHT CLEAN SET IN SPLENDID OXFORD COLLEGE BINDING
21845: R.B. BUCKLEY - "The Irrigation Works of India. Second [and Best] Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
13670: J.R. BUCKLEY - Cars of the Connoisseur. A Treasury of the Years of Grace.
24793: M.J. BUCKMASTER - "Specially Employed. The Story of British Aid to French Patriots of the Resistance. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
10422: R. BUCKNALL - Boat Trains and Channel Packets. The English Short Sea Routes.
21987: R. BUCKNALL - Our Railway History. Part One [with] Part Two [with] Part Three. COMPLETE SET IN THE ORIGINAL WARTIME PARTS
24409: H. BUCKTON - [Forewarned is Forearmed]. An Official Tribute and History of The Royal Observer Corps.
19486: S. BUCZACKI - The New Naturalist Library. Garden Natural History [First Paperback Edition; NN 102]. NEAR FINE COPY
15234: C.W. BUDDEN - English Gothic Churches. The Story of their Architecture.
17918: BUDDHA. BUDDHA - "The Jataka, or Stories of the Buddha's Former Births, Translated from the Pali by various Hands under the Editorship of Professor E.B. Cowell.. B. Cowell. Translated by Robert Chalmers. NEAR FINE SET"
24580: E.A. WALLIS BUDGE - "A History of Egypt from the End of the Neolithic Period to the Death of Cleopatra VII. [Books on Egypt and Chaldea]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH"
17237: W. BUDGEN - The Church of S. Andrew at Jevington. Some Notes on its History and Architectural Features.
20976: BERNARD BUFFET - Le Cirque. e Cirque [the Circus as seen by Bernard Buffet].
26044: GERTRUDE BUGLER - Personal Recollections of Thomas Hardy. NEAR FINE COPY
8573: C.F. BUHLER - On the Horace printed in Rome by Wendelinus de Wila or Bartholomaeus Guldinbeck.
16434: G. BUHLER. - Indian Palaeography. [Edited by Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya. Biographical note by F Max-Muller. Introductory Note by J.D. Fleet]. BUHLER IN ENGLISH
27060: S.J. KAHRL AND C.F. BUHLER (EDS.) - Merie Tales of the Mad Men of Gotam [with] The History of Tom Thumbe. FINE COPY
5660: KATHERINE TOMASSON AND F. BUIST - Battles of the '45.
14846: M. PETERS AND L. BUIST - Glider Pilots at Arnhem.
10705: "L. BUIST, P. REINDERS AND G. MAASSEN" - The Royal Air Force at Arnhem. Glider and Re-Supply Missions in September 1944.
21379: KATHERINE TOMASSON AND F. BUIST - Battles of the '45. [Batsford British Battles series].
13994: (ANGUS MCBRIDE) E. BUKHARI. - Men at Arms. Napoleon's Cuirassiers and Carabiners. Colour Plates by Angus McBride.
12731: (ANGUS MCBRIDE). E. BUKHARI. - Men at Arms. Napoleon's Line Chasseurs. Colour Plates by Angus McBride. [Fifth Impression].
16697: S. BULL - Commando Tactics. The Second World War.
626: J. BULLAR - "A Companion in a Tour round Southampton. Comprehending various Particulars of the New Forest, Lymington, Christchurch, Ringwood, Romsey, Winchester, Bishop's Waltham, Titchfield, Gosport, Portsmouth. Fourth Edition. IN ORIGINAL BOARDS"
2701: H.A.V. BULLEID - The Aspinall Era.
3862: A. BULLEID - The Lake-Villages of Somerset.
20336: F.T. BULLEN - "The Cruise of the Cachalot. Round the World after Sperm Whales. Second Edition, (Tenth Impression)."
14973: L. BULLEN - The Arts and Crafts of Older Spain. 250 COPIES WERE PRINTED
2638: G. BULLETT. - "The Quick and the Dead. A Novel. With 5 Headpieces by T.L. Poulton. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
18958: MRS. H. BULLOCK - The Williamsburg Art of Cookery [Thirteenth Printing]. he Williamsburg Art of Cookery [Thirteenth Printing].
26655: S. BUNGAY - Alamein. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
27361: BUNGAY - The Churches of Bungay. Third Edition. NEAR FINE COPY
22649: "W. VAN. BUNGE, H. KROP AND B. LEEUWENBURGH (EDS.)" - The Dictionary of Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Dutch Philosophers. COMPLETE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
11896: I.M. BUNIM - "Ethics from Sinai: An Eclectic, Wide-Ranging Commentary on Pirke Avoth. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
22361: F.T. BUNTING - Coventry's Blitz.
24257: JOHN BUNYAN. - "The Pilgrim's Progress. Introduction by H. Elvet Lewis. Everyman's Library edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
15206: JOHN BUNYAN - The Pilgrim's Progress as Originally Published. Being a Fac-simile Reproduction of the First Edition.
26460: JOHN BUNYAN. - The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to come. A New Edition with explanatory Notes by Offor. Illustrated by John Gilbert.
21800: JOHN BUNYAN - The Pilgrim's Progress as originally published by John Bunyan. Being a Fac-simile Reproduction of the First Edition. 350 COPIES WERE PRINTED
15114: JOHN BUNYAN. - "The Pilgrim's Progress. A New [Second] Edition, divided into Chapters. [With] large explanatory and practical Notes. With the Life of the Author: by G. Burder. HANDSOME COPY OF A RARE COVENTRY ISSUE"
20834: JOHN BUNYAN. - The Pilgrims Progress from this World to that which is to come. Illustrated by William Strang. FINE ETCHINGS BY WILLIAM STRANG
16304: JOHN BUNYAN. - The Pilgrim's Progress. [Everyman's Library edition. With Introduction by H. Elvet Lewis].
5577: (FIELD MARSHAL WAVELL). W.F. BURBIDGE - The Military Viceroy. Being a brief Account of the Life and Campaigns of Field-Marshal Viscount Wavell.
25756: T. LANCASHIRE AND S. BURBRIDGE . - "A Trenchard Brat at War. [Stirling, Lancaster and Stalag IVB]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
24934: H.E. BURCH - "Wind and Wave. A Story of the Siege of Leyden 1574. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
26539: BURFORD - "The Church of Saint John Baptist, Burford. NEAR FINE COPY"
15418: J-M. MOCQ AND C. DUFOURCQ-BURG - Album Historique. La 12. SS-Panzer-Division 'Hitlerjugend'. Massacre. Ascq. Cite-Martyre.
13314: J. BURGAN - Long Discovery.
19739: ANTHONY BURGESS - The Pianoplayers.
19738: ALAN BURGESS - The Word for Love.
15593: E. BURGESS (ED.) - "More About Boreham. History, Tales and Memories of an Essex Village."
12001: ANTHONY BURGESS. - A Long Trip to Teatime. With Twenty-Two Line Drawings by Fulvio Testa.
7738: A. BURGESS - The Longest Tunnel. The True Story of the Great Escape.
4290: J. CHAMP AND C. BURGESS - The Diggers of Colditz. Foreword by Major P.R. Reid.
25153: ANTHONY BURGESS - Any Old Iron. Any Old Iron.
5638: A. BURGESS - Warwickshire.
23768: J.W. BURGON - "The Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham, Founder of the Royal Exchange, including Notices of Many of his Contemporaries. [Facsimile reissue]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
19327: H. BURKE - One Thousand [1000] Hints for Housewives. ne Thousand [1000] Hints for Housewives.
2383: THOMAS BURKE - The English Townsman. As he was and as he is.
6703: JOHN BURKE - English Villages.
20175: THOMAS BURKE - English Inns. [Britain in Pictures series. Third Impression].
14429: A. BURL - "The Stone Circles of Britain, Ireland and Brittany [Fourth Impression]. he Stone Circles of Britain, Ireland and Brittany [Fourth Impression]."
27075: A. BURL - The Stone Circles of the British Isles. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4815: BRITANNIA AT DARTMOUTH. [THE STORY OF H.M.S. BRITANNIA AND THE BRITANNIA ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE]. WITH A FOREWORD BY EARL MOUNTBATTEN OF BURMA. - "8vo., First Edition, with numerous plates and endpaper maps; cloth, gilt back, a very good, clean copy in price-clipped dustwrapper."
14743: BEN LUCIEN BURMAN - Then There's Cripple Creek. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
10711: A.R. BURN - The Romans in Britain. An Anthology of Inscriptions. With Translations and a Running Commentary. [Second Edition].
21762: (RICHARD HILARY). M. BURN - Mary and Richard. The Story of Richard Hillary and Mary Booker.
10377: L. BURN - Down Ramps! Saga of the Eighth Armada. A Story of Men who fought and sweated and cursed in the long Struggle from Tobruk 1941 to Kiel 1945. SCARCE IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
18257: A. BURN - The Fighting Commodores. Convoy Commanders in the Second World War.
16893: A.H. BURNE - Strategy as exemplified in the Second World War. A Strategical Examination of the Land Operations. The Lees Knowles Lectures for 1946. J H OWEN'S COPY
18625: J. BURNET - "Practical Hints on Composition in Painting. Illustrated by Examples from the great Masters of the Italian, Flemish and Dutch Schools."
19564: [GILBERT] BURNET - "The Lives of Hale, Bedell and Rochester by Bishop Burnet: with Fell's Life of Dr. Hammond. BURNET'S LIVES IN PERIOD BINDING"
27644: F.H. BURNETT - "Little Lord Fauntleroy. [Illustrated by Reginald B Birch]. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
16169: FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT - Little Lord Fauntleroy. Copyright Edition [First Tauchnitz Edition]. IN SIGNED BUFFERY BINDING
23972: FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT. - Little Lord Fauntleroy. [Illustrated by Reginald B Birch].
22757: CHARLES BURNEY. - "Music, Men and Manners in France and Italy 1770. Transcribed from the original Manuscript in the British Museum Additional Manuscript 35122 and edited with an Introduction by H. Edmund Poole. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE"
21924: FANNY BURNEY. - The Famous Miss Burney. The Diary and Letters of Fanny Burney. Edited by Barbara G. Schrank and David J Supino.
18377: FANNY BURNEY. - Journals and Latters of Fanny Burney. Volumes 1-3 [these volumes only]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
9497: FANNY BURNEY. - "Evelina. Or, the History of a Young Lady's Entrance into the World. With Notes, Indexes, and Illustrations from contemporary Sources. Edited by Sir Frank D. Mackinnon."
17707: R. BURNHAM - "Charging against Wellington. Napoleon's Cavalry in the Peninsular War, 1807-1814. Foreword by Howie Muir."
24021: ROBERT BURNS. - The Glenriddell Manuscripts of Robert Burns. With an Introduction and Notes by Desmond Donaldson. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25225: LIEUTENANT-GENERAL BURNS - General Mud. Memoirs of Two World Wars. Maps by Antony Bradhaw. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11749: G. BURRARD - "Fly Tying: Principles and Practice. [Second Edition, revised]."
12264: D.C.E. BURRELL - Scrap and Build.
13857: D. BURRELL - The Nitrate Boats ['Anglo' Line]. he Nitrate Boats ['Anglo' Line].
12242: (DEN LINE). D.C.E. BURRELL - The Den Line: Barrie & Nairn.
6383: R.A. BURT - Warships Illustrated No. 7. 7. British Destroyers in World War One.
10011: R. BURT (ED.) - Cornish Mining. Essays on the Organisation of Cornish Mines and the Cornish Mining Economy.
15371: R.A. BURT - British Battleships of World War One.
7038: I. BURT - "Historical Notices of Chelsea, Kensington, Fulham, and Hammersmith. With some Particulars of Old Families. Also an Account of their Antiquities and Present State."
15372: R.A. BURT - British Battleships 1919-1939.
25749: T. BURTON - Warship Profile 38: Abdiel-Class Fast Minelayers. Abdiel-Class Fast Minelayers.
18290: ROBERT BURTON - The Anatomy of Melancholy. COMPLETE SET IN BRIGHT STATE
3494: J. BURTON - "Extract of Two Letters from Dr. John Burton, of York, to Dr. Ducarel, concerning Roman Antiquities discovered in Yorkshire, 1770."
1191: WILLIAM BURTON - Porcelain. A Sketch of its Nature and Manufacture.
27453: S.H. BURTON - "The Watch Collection of Stanley H Burton. Warts and All. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
16044: (CRANNOG PRESS). RICHARD F. BURTON (TRANS.) - The Fisherman and the Jinni. From the Arabian Nights 1885 Translation by Sir Richard F Burton. 100 COPIES WERE PRINTED
19766: WILLIAM BURTON - Josiah Wedgwood and his Pottery. 1500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
6516: S.H. BURTON - The Coasts of Cornwall.
16190: [G.]F. BURTT - LB & SCR Locomotives. An up-to-date Survey from 1870.
16192: F. BURTT - L&SWR Locomotives 1872-1923. &SWR Locomotives 1872-1923.
16191: [G.]F. BURTT - SE & CR Locomotives. A Survey from 1878 to 1923.
13184: BURY - "A History of the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Bury. John the Evangelist, Bury."
17948: R.J. BUSBY - The Book of Welwyn. The Story of the Five Villages and the Garden City. SIGNED NUMBERED COPY
16485: F.O. BUSCH - The Story of the Prinz Eugen. Translated from the German by Eleanor Brockett. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
17380: HARALD BUSCH. - U-Boats at War. Translated from the German by L.P.R. Wilson. [First English Edition].
25719: N. GOODWIN AND S. BUSH - Castle Class Corvettes. An Account of the Service of the Ships and of their Ships' Companies.
16343: L. BUSH - Japanalia. [Second Edition].
379: GUN BUSTER [PSEUD. J. AUSTIN] - Return via Dunkirk.
6167: GUN BUSTER [PSEUD. J. AUSTIN] - Grand Barrage.
23532: D.G. BUTCHER - Introducing Squash. With a Foreword by Lord Aberdare. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4008: H.C. BUTCHER - "Three Years with Eisenhower. The Personal Diary of Captain Harry C Butcher, Naval Aide to General Eisenhower, 1942 to 1945."
8152: E. BUTLER - Amateur Agent.
9853: A. BUTLER [AND REV B. KELLY] - "The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs and other principal Saints. Edited by the Rev. F.C. Husenbeth. With a Preface by the Rev. J.H. McShane. [Complete set]."
19780: J. BUTLER - "The Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature. With Analytical Index by Edward Steere. IN BALLIOL COLLEGE BINDINGin. IN BALLIOL COLLEGE BINDING"
11352: I. BUTLER (TRANS.) - Tales from the Old French.
12584: J. BUTLER - Churchill's Secret Agent. Josephine Butler. Codename 'Jay Bee'.
9879: J. BUTLER - "Kings of the Ring. With Foreword by The Rt. Hon. Earl of Lonsdale. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
22293: J. BUTLER - Churchill's Secret Agent. Josephine Butler. Codename 'Jay Bee'. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
18750: JOSEPHINE BUTLER - Churchill's Secret Agent. Josephine Butler. Codename 'Jay Bee'.
23131: J.R.M. BUTLER - The Passing of the Great Reform Bill. IN FULL MOROCCO
19441: SAMUEL BUTLER. - Three Poems. Introduction by Alexander C Spence. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
15613: SAMUEL BUTLER - Erewhon Revisited. [Travellers' Library].
27196: REV. A. BUTLER - "The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs and other principal Saints. Edited for daily use by the Rev. Bernard Kelly. NEAR FINE SET"
9002: L.H. BUTTERFIELD - "Anticipation. Reprinted from the First Edition, London 1778. With an Introduction, Notes & a Bibliography of [Richard] Tickell's Writings by L.H.Butterfield. [With a Foreword by Randolph Adams of the W.L. Clements Library]."
10522: H. BUTTERFIELD - Christianity in European History. The Riddell Memorial Lectures 1951.
17711: D. BUTTERY - Wellington against Junot. The First Invasion of Portugal 1807-1808.
10934: J. BUXTON - Sir Philip Sidney and the English Renaissance. KATHLEEN TILLOTSON'S COPY'
19246: J. BYGOTT - County Books. Lincolnshire.
19331: JOHN BYNG. - Rides Round Britain. Edited by Donald Adamson. Engravings by Anne Hayward. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
14127: B. BYNG - Dartmoor's Mysterious Megaliths. Illustrations by Alan Armstrong.
25050: H. BYNG. - The Torrington Diaries. A Selection from the Tours of Hon. John Byng between the Years 1781 and 1794. Edited by C. Bruyn Andrews. With an Introduction by Arthur Bryant. [First One-Volume Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
23692: J.V. BYRNE - The General salutes a Soldier. [With the SAS and Commandos in World War Two]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19991: M.ST.C. BYRNE - Elizabethan Life in Town and Country. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
9301: LORD BYRON - Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte. HALF MOROCCO BY ZAEHNSDORF
8092: LORD BYRON. - "Lord Byron's Correspondence. Chiefly with Lady Melbourne, Mr Hobhoiuse, Hon. D. Kinnaird and Shelley. Edited by John Murray. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
22611: LORD BYRON. - Byron's Letters and Journals 1798-1824. Edited by Leslie A Marchand. NEAR FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
24128: LORD BYRON. - Lord Byron. Selected Poems. Introduced by Jonathan Bate. Illustrated by Simon Brett. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
17784: LORD BYRON. - Byron's Letters and Journals 1798-1824. Edited by Leslie A Marchand. COMPLETE SET IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
17554: [J.] BYRON. - Byron's Journal of his Circumnavigation 1764-1766.
9396: LORD BYRON - The Siege of Corinth. A Poem. Parisina. A Poem. IN PUBLISHER'S WRAPPERS
14635: LORD BYRON. - Poetry of Byron Chosen and Arranged by Matthew Arnold. ONE OF 705 LARGE PAPER COPIES
24751: JOHN BULKELEY AND J. BYRON - The Wreck of the Wager. The Narratives of John Bulkeley and the Hon. John Byron. Edited and introduced by Christopher Hibbert. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
18762: LORD BYRON. - Byron's Letters and Journals 1798-1824. Edited by Leslie A Marchand. COMPLETE EXTENDED SET OF FIRST EDITIONS IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
20079: LORD BYRON. - "The Works of Lord Byron: with his Letters and Journals, and his Life by Thomas Moore [in Seventeen Volumes]. COMPLETE AND EXTENDED SET IN ORIGINAL CLOTH"
23247: H.C. BYWATER - Their Secret Purposes. Dramas and Mysteries of the Naval War. With a Chart of the post-Jutland Battle Fleets.
20142: B. CABLE - A Hundred Year History of the P. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company... 837-1937
24615: JOHN CABOT. - The Cabot Voyages and Bristol Discovery under Henry VII. With the Cartography of the Voyages by R.A. Skelton. [Edited by J.A. Williamson. Hakluyt Society].
13561: D. CABOT - New Naturalist 110. Wildfowl.
24906: C.L. CADDY - Swanage Branch Pictorial. FINE COPY
10255: J. CAFFYN - "Sussex Schools in the 18th Century. Schooling Provision, Schoolteachers and Scholars."
14102: W.R. CAGLE - "A Matter of Taste. A Bibliographical Catalogue of International Books on Food and Drink. [Second Edition, revised and expanded]."
23314: C.W. CAIN (ED.) - Flypast 2. A Selection of International Aircraft from Profile.
23315: C.W. CAIN (ED.) - Flypast 3. A Selection of International Aircraft from Profile.
23316: C.W. CAIN (ED.) - Flypast 6. A Selection of International Aircraft from Profile.
23298: C.W. CAIN (ED.) - Aircraft in Profile. Volume 11 [Nos. 223-234]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23746: J.C. CAIRNS. - Bush and Boma. Illustrated by Beverley J Cairns.
27352: A. CALDER - "The Myth of the Blitz. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
26633: (ADOLF HITLER). E. CALIC. - Unmasked. Two Confidential Interviews with Hitler in 1931. With a Foreword by Professor Golo Mann. Translated from the German by Richard Barry. [First English Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23668: H. CALISHER - In the Absence of Angels. Stories. [First UK Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY OF THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK
24847: J.B. CALKIN - "Prehistoric Pokesdown. Being an Account of some of the Antiquities in the Druitt Museum, Christchurch."
7875: G. CALLENDER - "The Queen's House, Greenwich. A Short History 1617-1937."
25856: B. CALLINAN. - "Independent Company. The 2/2 and 2/4 Australian Independent Companies in Portuguese Timor, 1941-1943. Foreword Sir Vernon Sturdee. Introductory Chapter Nevil Shute. IN DUSTWRAPPER"
27562: W. CALLOW - William Callow. An Autobiography. Edited by H.M. Cundall. FINE COPY
19579: DION CLAYTON CALTHROP - English Dress from Victoria to George V. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
22653: R. CALVER - "A History of Jensen. All the Models. A Narrative History of the Jensen Motoring Concern as told through the many Makes, Models and Variants between 1927 and 2005. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE"
7300: J.F. CALVERT - Silent Running. My Years on a World War II Attack Submarine [USS Jack]. Foreword by Edward L Beach.
14391: (FIELD-MARSHAL SLIM). MICHAEL CALVERT - Slim.
17101: J. CALVIN. - "Commentary on the Book of Isaiah. Translated from the original Latin by William Pringle. [Volumes 1-IV. Complete set]. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN ORIGINAL SERIES BINDING"
238: "(EMMANUEL COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE). BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY CAMBRIDGE" - "A Hand-List of English Books in the Library of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, printed before MDCXLI."
688: WILLIAM CAMDEN. - "Camden's Britannia, Kent. From the Edition of 1789 by Richard Gough. Annotated and edited by Gordon J. Copley."
20850: WILLIAM CAMDEN. - Camden's Britannia. Surrey & Sussex. From the Edition of 1789 by Richard Gough. Annotated and edited by Gordon J. Copley.
12739: W. CAMDEN - Britannia (1607). [Facsimile re-issue].
24707: E. CAMERON - "The Cockroach. An Introduction to Entomology for Students of Science and Medicine. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21947: D.K. CAMERON - "The so-called 'Crofter' trology complete. Comprising: 'The Ballad and the Plough', 'Willie Gavin, Crofter Man' and 'The Cornkister Days'."
10650: B. MARCADE AND D. CAMERON - Pierre & Gilles. The Complete Works 1976-1996.
11548: I. CAMERON - "Red Duster, White Ensign. The Story of Malta and the Malta Convoys. [Foreword by Captain S.W. Roskill. Revised and Expanded Edition]."
14306: I. CAMERON - Wings of the Morning. The Story of the Fleet Air Arm in the Second World War.
15122: THE OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE FALKLANDS CAMPAIGN. [COMPLETE SET IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS] - "2 vols., 4to., First Edition, with numerous photographs and maps; cloth, a near fine set in the dustwrapper. Published in the Cabinet Office Series of Official Histories. The set comprises Vol. I: The Origin of the Falklands War; Vol. II: War and Diplomacy"
9283: NOMINAL ROLL OF CASUALTIES SUSTAINED BY THE BRITISH ARMY DURING THE CAMPAIGN (27 SEPT 1945 TO 30 JUNE 1948). OMINAL ROLL OF CASUALTIES SUSTAINED BY THE BRITISH ARMY DURING THE CAMPAIGN (27 SEPT 1945 TO 30 JUNE 1948). - "Foolscap, 20 leaves., photo-facsimile of typescript original, full-page map in text; original pictorial and typescript front cover, plastic grip binder, covers slightly age-marked else a good, clean copy. The front cover carries an image of the campaign award. Arranged in alphabetical order, the roll gives surname, initials, rank, number, unit and date of death. Very scarce."
20208: G.M. CAMPANELLA - Life in the Cloister in the Papal Court and in Exile. An Autobiography. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH
13687: D. CAMPBELL - Into the Water Barrier. In Collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell.
20329: N. CAMPBELL - Shadow and Sun. A Nautical Memoir. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
26250: PATRICK CAMPBELL. - The High Speed Gasworks. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4390: A.B. CAMPBELL - Salute the Red Duster . With a Foreword by Admiral Lord Mountevans. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
5574: A.B. CAMPBELL - Salute the Red Duster . With a Foreword by Admiral Lord Mountevans.
18691: J. CAMPBELL - Warship Monographs. Queen Elizabeth Class. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2177: R. CAMPBELL - The Flaming Terrapin.
12674: G. CAMPBELL - My Mystery Ships. With a Foreword by Admiral Sir Lewis Bayly. Illustrated by Photographs and with Sketches by Lieutenant J.E. Broome.
12318: J. CAMPBELL - The Liar's Tale A History of Falsehood.
18333: M.S. CAMPBELL (ED.) - The Flora of Uig. A Botanical Expoloration.
5328: A.B. CAMPBELL - Yarns of the Seven Seas.
22691: J. CAMPBELL - "Naval Weapons of World War II. [Illustrations by Peter Hodges, John Lambert and others]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26247: PATRICK CAMPBELL. - Fat Tuesday Tails. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24655: E. CAMPBELL. - "Twin Pickles. A Story of Two Australian Children. [Illustrated by Paul Hardy]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
18233: ARTHUR CAMPBELL - The Siege. A Story from Kohima. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8652: R. CAMPBELL - Pomegranates. A Poem by Roy Campbell. With Dawings by James Boswell. 99 COPIES WERE PRINTED
13637: J.W. DE CAMPI - Rolls-Royce in America.
20026: THOMAS CAMPION. - The Lyric Poems of Thomas Campion. Edited by Ernest Rhys. FIRST APPEARANCE IN LYRIC POETS
13238: A. CAMUS. - "Resistance, Rebellion and Death. Translated from the French and with an Introduction by Justin O'Brien."
24557: ALBERT CAMUS - "The Collected Fiction of Albert Camus. Comprising The Outside, The Plague, The Fall, Exile and the Kingdom. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
24577: ALBERT CAMUS - l'Etranger. Roman. 91e Edition. IN FULL MOROCCO
5463: J. CANNAN - Oxfordshire. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
2418: J. CANNAN - Oxfordshire.
3708: R. CANNON - "Historical Record of The Eleventh, or, The North Devon Regiment of Foot. Containing an Account of the Formation of the Regiment in 1685, and of its subsequent Services to 1845. OUTSTANDING COPY"
13291: CANTERBURY - "Fordwich Church [St. Mary the Virgin] Guide. Mary the Virgin] Guide. [Compiled by D.W. from Notes collected by Charles Phillips, former Rector of Fordich]."
15094: CANTERBURY - The Pilgrim's Guide to the Royal and Ancient City of Canterbury. 427th Thousand.
17192: CANTERBURY - The Pilgrim's Guide to the Royal and Ancient City of Canterbury. 288th Thousand.
16699: J. SUTHERLAND AND D. CANWELL - Images of War. Blitzkrieg Poland.
16694: J. SUTHERLAND AND D. CANWELL - The Holy Boys. A History of the Royal Norfolk Regiment and the Royal East Anglian Regiment 1685-2010.
16391: J. SUTHERLAND AND D. CANWELL - Churchill's Pirates. The Royal Naval Patrol Service in WWII.
1232: J. CAPGRAVE. - The Book of the Illustrious Henries. Translated from the Latin by the Rev. Francis Charles Hingeston. IN THE ORIGINAL BOARDS
13916: N. CAPLAN - Titled Trains 1. 'Royal Scot'.
24885: TRUMAN CAPOTE. - Breakfast at Tiffany's. Introduced by Jay McInerney. Illustrated by Karen Klassen. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
23836: TRUMAN CAPOTE. - In Cold Blood. A True Account of a Multiple Murder and its Consequences. Introduced by Rupert Thomson. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
16502: D.P. CAPPER - On the Pilgrims' Way.
23258: J. CARCOPINO. - Daily Life in Ancient Rome. The People and the City of the Height of the Empire. Edited with Bibliography and Notes by Henry T. Rowell. Translated from the French by E.O. Lorimer. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION
21561: NEVILLE CARDUS (ED.) - Kathleen Ferrier. A Memoir. Edited by Neville Cardus. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27878: NEVILLE CARDUS - "Close of Play. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
11448: T. CAREW - Famous Regiments. The Royal Norfolk Regiment. [Introductions by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
18696: JOHN CAREY - The 1982 Booker McConnell Prize Speech.
24703: JOHN CAREY (ED.) - William Golding. The Man and his Books. A Tribute on his 75th Birthday. Edited by John Carey. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27115: J. CAREY - William Golding. The Man who wrote Lord of the Flies. A Life. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13247: (GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS). (ROBERT GIBBINGS). HENRY CAREY. - Songs and Poems. With Decorations by Robert Gibbings. 300 COPIES WERE PRINTED
27821: (HENRY VIII). J.P. CARLEY (ED.) - Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues. Volume 7. The Libraries of King Henry VIII. NEAR FINE COPY
14343: H.M. STEVEN AND A. CARLISLE. - The Native Pinewoods of Scotland.
26805: THOMAS CARLYLE. - Reminiscences. Edited by C.E. Norton. [Introduction by Walter Murdoch]. FIRST EDITION IN EVERYMAN
23777: THOMAS CARLYLE. - The French Revolution. A History. Introduction by Richard Cobb. NEAR FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
13812: THOMAS CARLYLE - "Sartor Resartus. Heroes, Hero-Worship. With Portraits."
24743: THOMAS CARLYLE - "Past and Present. In One Volume. [First Edition thus]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
21757: THOMAS CARLYLE - "The French Revolution. A History. [Copyright Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH"
19685: THOMAS CARLYLE - Latter-Day Pamphlets. In One Volume. [First Edition thus].
24186: (LOUISE CARNEGIE). ANDREW CARNEGIE. - Miscellaneous Writings of Andrew Carnegie. Edited by Burton J Hendrick. NEAR FINE PRESENTATION COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
23459: R. CARNELL - A Political Biography of Delarivier Manley. FINE COPY
26908: F.J. DRAKE-CARNELL - "Old English Customs and Ceremonies. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
3241: "(CHETHAM'S LIBRARY, MANCHESTER). C. CARPENTER (ED.)" - "The Armburgh Papers. The Brokholes Inheritance in Warwickshire, Hertfordshire and Essex c. 1417-c.1453. Chetham's Manuscript Mun. E.6.10 (4). Edited with an Introduction."
25109: EDWARD CARPENTER - Intermediate Types among Primitive Folk. A Study in Social Evolution.
11423: (JANE AUSTEN). T.E. CARPENTER - The Story of Jane Austen's Chawton Home.
18368: F.G.G. CARR - Sailing Barges. [Second Edition].
21408: W. CARR - University of Oxford. College Histories. University College.
13540: (ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE). JOHN DICKSON CARR - The Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
5209: S. CARR (ED.) - Country Verse.
21668: KENT CARR. - "The Shaping of Jephson's. A School Story. Illustrated by Harold Earnshaw. [Second Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
17825: F.G.G. CARR - Sailing Barges. THE ORIGINAL EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21098: E.H. CARR - Karl Marx. A Study in Fanaticism. IN FULL MOROCCO
3607: JOHN LE CARRE - Smiley's People.
8963: JOHN LE CARRE - Absolute Friends. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20370: JOHN LE CARRE - The Russia House. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20380: JOHN LE CARRE - The Spy who came in from the Cold. [Eighteenth Impression]. BRIGHT COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7897: JOHN LE CARRE - The Constant Gardener.
23919: JOHN LE CARRE - The Constant Gardener. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2884: JOHN LE CARRE - Single & Single. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21926: JOHN LE CARRE - The Tailor of Panama.
24778: JOHN LE CARRE - 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' [with] 'The Honourable Schoolboy' [with] 'Smiley's People']. FIRST EDITION OF THE 'KARLA' TRILOGY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
8013: JOHN LE CARRE - The Spy who came in from the Cold [with] The Looking Glass War. [First Collected Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4087: JOHN LE CARRE - The Spy who came in from the Cold. [Eighth Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11555: JOHN LE CARRE - A Small Town in Germany. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26610: JOHN LE CARRE - The Spy who came in from the Cold. [Fifth Impression]. BRIGHT COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26611: JOHN LE CARRE - The Spy who came in from the Cold. [Fourth Impression]. BRIGHT COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24484: JOHN LE CARRE - Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy [with] The Honourable Schoolboy [with] Smiley's People. THE 'KARLA' TRILOGY IN FULL MOROCCO
12595: JOHN LE CARRE - A Most Wanted Man. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR ON TITLE
21165: JOHN LE CARRE - Smiley's People.
25355: JOHN LE CARRE - A Perfect Spy. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26609: JOHN LE CARRE - The Looking-Glass War. NEAR FINE COPY IN SUNNED DUSTWRAPPER
7608: JOHN LE CARRE - Our Game. A Novel. [First US Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5049: JOHN LE CARRE - The Spy who came in from the Cold.
8166: JOHN LE CARRE - Smiley's People. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
21395: JOHN LE CARRE - The Spy who came in from the Cold [with] The Looking-Glass War. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25615: JOHN LE CARRÉ - Sarratt and the Tailor of Watford. And other unlikely Stories about Sarratt from international Authors. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8880: JOHN LE CARRE - Single & Single. SIGNED COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19353: JOHN LE CARRE - Our Game. [Second Impression]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
22011: JOHN LE CARRE - The Honourable Schoolboy [First US Edition]. he Honourable Schoolboy [First US Edition].
19777: E.H. CARRIER - Water and Grass. A Study of the Political Economy of Southern Europe. IN FULL MOROCCO
26136: G.W. CARRINGTON - Foreigners in Formosa 1841-1874. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25333: C.E. CARRINGTON - Chatham House and its Neighbours. A Historical Sketch.
24350: LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON] - "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. With Forty-Two Illustrations by John Tenniel. Twentieth Thousand. [Sixth Edition]. BRIGHT, FIRM COPY IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING"
12886: LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON]. - "For the Train. Five Poems and a Tale. Being Contributions to 'The Train', 1856-1857, with the original Illustrations by C.H. Bennett and W.M. McConnell together with some Carrollean Episodes concerning Trains."
1376: LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON] - Sylvie and Bruno; Sylvie and Bruno Concluded. With Illustrations by Harry Furniss. SYLVIE AND BRUNO COMPLETE IN PUBLISHER'S BINDINGS
26862: (DANTE). J.S. CARROLL - "Prisoners of Hope. An Exposition of Dante's Purgatorio. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PUBLISHER'S BUCKRAM"
26863: (DANTE). J.S. CARROLL - "Exiles of Eternity. An Exposition of Dante's Inferno. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PUBLISHER'S BUCKRAM"
26843: (JOHN TENNIEL). LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON]. - "Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice found there. With Fifty Illustrations by John Tenniel. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
21598: LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON]. - "A Selection from the Letters of Lewis Carroll (the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) to his Child-Friends, together with 'Eight or Nine Wise Words About Letter-Writing'. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Evelyn M. Hatch. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
18282: (JOHN TENNIEL). LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON] - Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice found there. With Fifty Illustrations by John Tenniel. [Miniature Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16042: T. CARROLL - The Great Escapers. The Full Story of the Second World War's Most Remarkable Mass Escape.
23093: LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON]. - The Hunting of the Snark. An Agony in Eight Fits. With Nine Illustrations by Henry Holiday.
1377: LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON] - Useful and Instructive Poetry. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST WORK
24924: (JOHN TENNIEL). LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON] - "Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice found there. With Fifty Illustrations by John Tenniel. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
17062: (JOHN TENNIEL). LEWIS CARROLL [PSEUD. CHARLES LUTWIDGE DODGSON] - Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. With Fifty Illustrations by [Sir] John Tenniel. People's Edition. Thirteenth Thousand. IN FULL MOROCCO
20446: (EDWARD ELGAR). R. BURLEY AND F.C. CARRUTHERS - Edward Elgar. The Record of a Friendship. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20393: EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MILITARY MARCHES. ARRANGED FOR PIANO BY ADAM CARSE. - "Sm. folio, original printed wrappers, sewed as issued, a near fine copy. Includes the Prince of Orange's March, Duke of Gloster's March, Duke of Gloster's New March, Capt. Reid's or the 3rd Regt of Guards March, The Marquis of Granby's or First Troup of Grenadiers March, Jove in his Chair or the Bedfordshire March, A Favourite March, Coldstream March, New Coldstream March. Very scarce."
14360: R. CARSON - Silent Spring. [Introduction by Lord Shackleton. Preface by Sir Julian Huxley. First UK Edition].
14847: R. CARSON - Silent Spring. Introduction by Lord Shackleton. Preface by Sir Julian Huxley.
8539: JOHN PADDY CARSTAIRS - Love and Ella Rafferty. A Novel. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
23789: F.L. CARSTEN - The Origins of Prussia.
10952: O. CARTELLIERI. - The Court of Burgundy. [Translated by Malcolm Letts. Second Edition].
20319: G.G. CARTER - Able Seaman.
24130: HOWARD CARTER. - The Tomb of Tutankhamun. Introduced by Professor David P. Silverman. Photographs by Sandro Vannini. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
27518: J. CARTER - Taste and Technique in Book Collecting. A Study of Recent Developments in Great Britain and the United States. BRIGHT COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
1994: V.B. CARTER. - Champion Redoubtable. The Diaries and Letters of Violet Bonham Carter 1914-1945.
23060: (J.R.R. TOLKEIN). L. CARTER. - Tolkien. A Look Behind the Lord of the Rings. [Second and Best Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27684: V. BONHAM-CARTER - "What Countryman, Sir?. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
19925: T. CARTER (ED.) - "Historical Record of the Twenty-Sixth, or Cameronian Regiment. Edited by Thomas Carter. FIRST ISSUE"
127: (ORLANDO JEWITT). H. CARTER - Orlando Jewitt.
5227: V. BONHAM-CARTER - The Survival of the English Countryside.
20463: (G. RILEY). D.J. CARTER. - The Observer's Book of Caterpillars. [Illustrated by G. Riley].
23480: G.S. CARTER - A General Zoology of the Invertebrates. Foreword by Julian S Huxley. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16519: T. CARTWRIGHT. - Cartwrightiana. [Elizabethan Nonconformist Texts. Volume I]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
19161: D. CARTWRIGHT - Potter and Clay. [Tales of Tuffley between the Wars].
20534: (FIELD MARSHAL HARDING). MICHAEL CARVER - Harding of Petherton. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19162: M. CARVER - Sutton Hoo. Burial Ground of Kings?.
14889: M. CARY - The Geographical Background of Greek and Roman History.
18825: JOHN CARY - Spring Song and other Stories. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
12028: A.L. CARY - Liners of the Ocean Highway.
14832: (ARTHUR MACHEN). GIACOMO CASANOVA. - The Memoirs of Giacomo Casanova di Seingalt. Translated into English by Arthur Machen. EDITION LIMITED TO 1000 SETS
24913: 1688. THE SEABORNE ALLIANCE AND DIPLOMATIC RESOLUTION. PROCEEDINGS OF AN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM HELD AT THE NMM GREENWICH 5-6 OCTOBER 1988. [DE LUXE EDITION]. FINE COPY OF DE LUXE EDITION IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE - "Sm. 4to., First Edition, with illustrations, facsimiles and maps throughout; blue cloth, upper board and backstrip blocked and lettered in gilt, tricolour silk marker, a fine copy in publisher's cloth slip-case. This edition is scarce."
25194: 1688. THE SEABORNE ALLIANCE AND DIPLOMATIC RESOLUTION. PROCEEDINGS OF AN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM HELD AT THE NMM GREENWICH 5-6 OCTOBER 1988. [DE LUXE EDITION]. FINE COPY OF DE LUXE EDITION IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE - "Sm. 4to., First Edition, with illustrations, facsimiles and maps throughout; blue cloth, upper board and backstrip blocked and lettered in gilt, tricolour silk marker, a fine copy in publisher's cloth slip-case. This edition is scarce."
21674: (JOHN KEEGAN CASEY). S. CAHILL AND J. CASEY - 'Tell Me Shawn O'Farrell'. The Life and Work of John Keegan Casey 1846-1870. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18238: J. CASEY ET AL. - The New Forest. Foreword by Lord Radnor. [Second and Best Edition].
27091: A.H. CASH - Laurence Sterne. The Early and Middle Years. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13328: J.A. CASH - Living on my Camera. Ten Years of Free-Lancing.
27203: C. CASS - Joy Adamson. Behind the Mask. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14408: [F.C. CASS - Monken Hadley.
12009: A.R.H. CASS - Catching the Wily Sea Trout.
12756: A.R.H. CASS - Angling for Brown Trout.
19144: CASSIUS - The Trial of Mussolini. Being a Verbatim Report of the First Great Trial for War Criminals held in London sometime in 1944 or 1945.
13750: CORFE CASTLE - "History and Guide to Corfe Castle in the Island of Purbeck, Dorset."
17934: (B. GOLDOVSKY). B. GOLDOVSKY AND C. CATE - My Road to Opera. The Recollections of Boris Goldovsky as told to Curtis Cate. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
10615: E.F. CATFORD - Edinburgh. The Story of a City.
21181: R.B. CATTELL - Under Sail through Red Devon. Being the Log of the Voyage of 'Sandpiper'.
16888: B. CATTON - A Stillness at Appamattox. Stillness at Appamattox.
18174: B. CATTON - This Hallowed Ground. The Story of the Union Side of the Civil War.
25925: CATULLUS. - "The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus. With an English Translation. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25986: CATULLUS. - "Catulli, Tibulli, Properti Carmina quae extant Omnia. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
25169: HMS CAVALIER - HMS Cavalier. Last of the WWII Destroyers. Souvenir Guide and Ship's History. FINE COPY
11966: R. CAVALIERO - Strangers in the Land. The Rise and Decline of the British India Empire.
17712: P. ROBINSON AND N. CAVE - The Underground War. Vimy Ridge to Arras.
18827: T.S. CAVE - History of the First Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment 1859 to 1889. With Appendix containing Notes and Illustrations in reference to the Corps from 1890 to 1903. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY ON LARGE PAPER
19860: C.J.P. CAVE - The Roof Bosses of Winchester Cathedral.
16281: L.F. CAVE - The Smaller English House. Its History and Development.
22227: MARSHALL CAVENDISH - War Diary 1939-1945. [The Story of World War II in the words of those who lived through it]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25478: CAVENDISH [PSEUD. H. JONES] - "The Laws and Principles of Whist stated and explained and its Practice illustrated on an original System by means of Hands played completely through. Ninth Edition, with numerous Additions. NEAR FINE COPY"
24631: A.C. CAWLEY (ED. AND INTRO.) - Everyman and Medieval Miracle Plays. Edited and with a Introduction by A. . Cawley. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
22794: A.C. CAWLEY (ED. AND INTRO.) - Everyman and Medieval Miracle Plays. Edited and with a Introduction by A. . Cawley.
22639: P. CAYGILL - In All Things First. No. 1 Squadron at War 1939-1945. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10457: L. CAZAMIAN - Carlyle. Translated by E.K. Brown [Second Edition].
17067: DAVID CECIL - Two Quiet Lives. Dorothy Osbourne and Thomas Grey.
23197: (JANE AUSTEN). DAVID CECIL - A Portrait of Jane Austen. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
23997: DAVID CECIL - The English Poets. [Britain in Pictures series. Second Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20450: DAVID CECIL - The English Poets. [Britain in Pictures series]. THE FIRST BIP IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18904: BENVENUTO CELLINI. - The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini. Translated and with an Introduction by George Bull.
22964: BENVENUTO CELLINI. - The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini. Translated by George Bull. [Second Impression thus]. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
27595: CERVANTES - "The History of Don Quixote of the Mancha. Translated from the Spanish of Miguel de Cervantes by Thomas Shelton. Reprinted from the First Edition, 1612-1620. With a new Preface by F.J. Harvey Darton. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
22967: MIGUEL DE CERVANTES. - The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha. [Introduction by J.G. Lockhart. Everyman's Library Edition].
21327: Y. CHADHA - Rediscovering Gandhi. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14753: J. CHADWICK - The Decipherment of Linear B. he Decipherment of Linear B [Second Edition].
1198: (R.H. WILENSKI). MARC CHAGALL - "An Exhibition of Paintings, Prints, Book Illustrations and Theatre Designs 1908-1947 at the Tate Gallery, 4-29 February 1948. R.H. WILENSKI'S COPY"
11955: CHAGFORD CHAGFORD. - Chagford. A Guide to the Town and Neighbourhood.
5034: CHAGFORD - Chagford: A Guide to the Town and Neighbourhood. [Published by the Chagford Traders' Association].
24955: L. CHAIGNE. - [Your Name Your Saint]. Saint Vincent de Paul. Translated by Rosemary Sheed.
19693: P.B. DU CHAILLU - A Journey to Ashango-Land: and further Penetration into Equatorial Africa. 'DISCOVERER OF THE GORILLA'
8552: DUDLEY DE CHAIR. - The Sea is Strong. With a Preface and Epilogue by Somerset de Chair.
26390: J. CHALLACOMBE - Jottings from a Farnborough Note Book. A Story of an Old World Village. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
27834: BISHOP R. CHALLONER - "The Garden of the Soul. Or, a Manual of Spiritual Exercises and Instructions for Christians who, living in the World, aspire to Devotion. SCARCE KEATING EDITION"
27051: (NORMAN WILKINSON). PATRICK R. CHALMERS. - "A Fisherman's Angles. Illustrated from Drypoints by Norman Wilkinson. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
3139: (EARL BEATTY). W.S. CHALMERS - "The Life and Letters of David, Earl Beatty. Admiral of the Fleet, Viscount Borodale of Wexford, Baron Beatty of the North Sea and of Brooksby."
12347: (ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET DAVID BEATTY). W.S. CHALMERS - "The Life and Letters of David, Earl Beatty. Admiral of the Fleet, Viscount Borodale of Wexford, Baron Beatty of the North Sea and of Brooksby."
23363: LORD CHALMERS (ED.) - "Buddha's Teachings, being the Sutta-Nipata or Discourse-Collection. Edited in the original Pali Text with an English Version facing it. NEAR FINE COPY OF CHALMERS' BUDDHA. 2000 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
18637: W.S. CHALMERS - Max Horton and Western Approaches. A Biography of Admiral Sir Max Kennedy Horton.
15209: C. ELLIS AND P. CHAMBERLAIN. - Handbook of the British Army 1943. Edited by Chris Ellis and Peter Chamberlain.
27304: (SAMUEL PEPYS). E. CHAMBERLAIN - Catalogue of the Pepys Library at Magdalene College Cambridge. Volume III. Prints and Drawings. Part ii: Portraits. FINE COPY
22198: C. ELLIS AND P. CHAMBERLAIN. - AFV 10. Panzerkampwagen V Panther.
2886: R. CHAMBERLIN. - The English Parish Church. With Photographs by Simon McBride.
16759: F. CHAMBERLIN - "Chamberlin's Guide to Majorca. Official Publication of the Fomento del Turismo of Palma, Majorca. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
17773: W. KEMSLEY M.R. RIESCO AND T. CHAMBERLIN - Scottish Lion on Patrol. 15th Scottish Reconnaissance Regiment [Second Edition].
3211: "(GOGMAGOG PRESS). (MORRIS COX). D. CHAMBERS, C. FRANKLIN AND A. TUCKER" - Gogmagog. Morris Cox and the Gogmagog Press.
27349: J. CHAMBERS - Palmerston. The People's Darling. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
1061: G.F. CHAMBERS - "Tourists' Guide to the County of Sussex. Containing full Information concerning all its favourite Places of Resort, both on the Coast and Inland. Fifth Edition."
12284: R. CHAMBERS. - "A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen. New Edition, with a Supplemental Volume continuing the Biographies to the Present Time by the Revd. Thos Thomson. SPLENDID SET WITH SUPPLEMENTARY VOLUME"
11668: E.K. CHAMBERS - The Elizabethan Stage. [Complete set].
14074: (THOMAS MALORY). E.K. CHAMBERS - "Malory and Fifteenth-Century Drama, Lyrics and Ballads."
25409: (WALTER SCOTT). R. CHAMBERS - "Illustrations of the Author of Waverley. Being Notices and Anecdotes of real Characters, Scenes, and Incidents supposed to be described in his Works. Third Edition. NEAR FINE COPY N CONTEMPORARY MOROCCO"
10694: R. DE CHAMBRUN - Mission and Betrayal 1940-1945.
13040: F&R CHAMONAL - Medecine & Sciences Anciennes. Art Dentaire. Pharmacie. Chimie. Alchimie. Psychiatrie. Neurologie.
24449: ARTHUR CHARLES CHAMPNEYS - "Irish Ecclesiastical Architecture with some Notice of similar or related Work in England, Scotland and Elsewhere."
18992: J.N. CHANCE - Coven Gibbet. A DeHavilland Story. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18355: E.B. CHANCELLOR - Life in Regency and Early Victorian Times. An Account of the Days of Brummell and D'Orsay 1800 to 1850. NEAR FINE COPY
22726: H. CHANCELLOR - Colditz. The Definitive History. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13547: E. BERESFORD CHANCELLOR - The Lives of the Rakes. [Complete Set]. EDITION LIMITED TO 300 SIGNED SETS
27837: E.B. CHANCELLOR - London's Old Latin Quarter. Being an Account of Tottenham Court Road and its immediate Surroundings.
18132: E.B. CHANCELLOR - The Literary Ghosts of London. Homes and Footprints of Famous Men and Women. SPLENDID COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21266: H. CHANCELLOR - Colditz. The Definitive History. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24488: R. CHANDLER - "Playback. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
269: "(LONGMAN, LTD.). C. COX AND J.E. CHANDLER" - The House of Longman with a Record of their Bicentenary Celebrations: 1724-1924.
24268: R. CHANDLER - "The Little Sister. [First UK Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
24089: G. CHANDLER. - Liverpool. Sponsored by Liverpool City Council to celebrate the 750th Anniversary of Liverpool's first Charter. [Foreword by Alderman J. Braddock].
15867: R. CHANDLER - The Lady in the Lake [Zephyr Books edition]. he Lady in the Lake [Zephyr Books edition].
24691: R. CHANDLER - Off the Beam. The Memoirs of an Aircraft Radio Operator.
20866: (ALFRED HITCHCOCK). C. CHANDLER - It's Only a Movie. Alfred Hitchcock. A Personal Biography.
11622: R. CHANDRA - Medieval Indian Sculpture in the British Museum. With an Introduction by R. . Hobson. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
12813: F. CHAPLAIN. - Rupert and the Swift Journey.
12811: F. CHAPLAIN. - Rupert and the Muddled Magic.
16026: H.D. CHAPLIN - The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment 1920-1950.
20460: T. CHAPLIN - A Short History of the Narrow Boat. Short History of the Narrow Boat.
27874: FRANK SPENCER CHAPMAN - Helvellyn to Himalaya. Including an Account of the First Ascent of Chomolhari. With an Introduction by the Marquis of Zetland. IN FULL MOROCCO
16868: G. CHAPMAN. - The Siege of Lyme Regis. Foreword by John Fowles. Illustrated by David West.
10750: B. CHAPMAN - Prefects and Provincial France.
26104: (JANE AUSTEN). R.W. CHAPMAN - "Jane Austen. Facts and Problems. The Clark Lectures, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1948 [Second Impression]."
13222: (JANE AUSTEN). R.W. CHAPMAN - "Jane Austen. Facts and Problems. The Clark Lectures, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1948."
12622: (JANE AUSTEN). R.W. CHAPMAN - "Jane Austen. Facts and Problems. The Clark Lectures, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1948."
3500: A.P.F. CHAPMAN ET AL. - The Game of Cricket.
22409: F. SPENCER CHAPMAN. - Watkins' Last Expedition. With an Introduction by Augustine Courtauld. FIRST APPEARANCE IN PENGUIN; WITH ORIGINAL PENGUIN SLIP-CASE
24343: F. SPENCER CHAPMAN - Lightest Africa. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18517: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). D.H. CHAPMAN. - Farmer Jim. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22181: J. IVELAW-CHAPMAN - "The Riddles of Wipers. An Appreciation of The Wipers Times, a Journal of the Trenches. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
20122: F. SPENCER CHAPMAN. - "Northern Lights. The Official Account of the British Arctic Air-Route Expedition 1930-1931. With a Foreword by Sir William Goodenough. An Introduction by H.G. Watkins and additional Chapters by J.M. Scott, Capt. P.M.H. Lemon and Augustine Courtauld."
24084: F. SPENCER CHAPMAN - The Jungle is Neutral. With a Foreword by Field Marshal Earl Wavell. [Ninth Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7568: MRS. H. CHAPONE - Letters on the Improvement of the Mind. Addressed to a Lady. [With Illustrations by Richard Westall]. FIRST WESTALL EDITION IN ELEGANT PERIOD BINDING
27610: P. T. DE CHARDIN - Hymn of the Universe. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25988: CHARLES DICKENS CHARLES - The Life of our Lord. Written expressly for his Children. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19265: M.P. CHARLESWORTH - Documents illustrating the Reigns of Claudius & Nero. Collected by M. . Charlesworth.
1048: M.P. CHARLESWORTH - "The Lost Province, or, the Worth of Britain."
12452: J. CHARLTON (ED.) - The Tower of London: its Buildings and Institutions. Foreword by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh.
5678: (ARTHUR MACHEN). A. REYNOLDS AND W. CHARLTON - Arthur Machen. A Short Account of his Life and Work. With an Introduction by D.B. Wyndham Lewis.
21018: A. CHARMAN - The Memories and Local History of a Southwater Farmer.
27774: J. CHARMLEY - "Splendid Isolation? Britain, the Balance of Power and the Origins of the First World War. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
11291: "(DUFF COOPER, VISCOUNT NORWICH). J. CHARMLEY" - Duff Cooper. The authorised Biography.
7520: CHARMOUTH - Charmouth. The Official Guide. Published by Authority of Charmouth Parish Council.
14764: THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. THE STORY OF HMS EXCELLENT. WITH A FOREWORD BY ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET LORD CHATFIELD. - "8vo., First Edition, with a frontispiece and 31 plates on 22; original blue cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in the dustwrapper. The standard account of the renowned Royal Naval Gunnery School at Whale Island, Portsmouth. Appendices include chronology, register of tenders and gunnery firing ships, and list of officers. Signed copies are rare. Uncommon in this condition"
10555: E.K. CHATTERTON - Old Sea Paintings. The Story of Maritime Art as depicted by the Great Masters.
15: E.K. CHATTERTON - Valiant Sailormen. [Seventh Thousand].
12129: E.K. CHATTERTON - Leaders of Britain. Leaders of the Royal Navy. [Leaders of Britain No. 1].
12899: E.K. CHATTERTON - Down Channel in the 'Vivette'. Illustrated by Norman S. Carr. [Second Edition].
25237: BRUCE CHATWIN - The Songlines. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17550: D. CHATWIN - Slinfold Street. The Development of a Village in the Sussex Weald.
16178: BRUCE CHATWIN - In Patagonia. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK AND A TRAVEL LANDMARK
1095: BRUCE CHATWIN - What am I doing here.
25544: BRUCE CHATWIN - The Songlines. The Songlines.
25772: GEOFFREY CHAUCER. - "The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Edited, from numerous Manuscripts, by Rev. Walter W. Skeat. The Canterbury Tales (Text). Second Edition [1924 issue]."
22694: GEOFFREY CHAUCER. - Troilus and Criseyde. Original Text by Geoffrey Chaucer. Edited by Walter W. Skeat. Translation and Introduction by Styewart Boston. Illustrations by Peter Brookes. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
27348: (KELMSCOTT PRESS). G. CHAUCER - [The Kelmscott Chaucer]. [Folio Society edition]. Edited by F.S. Ellis and illustrated by E. Jones. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
23142: GEOFFREY CHAUCER. - The Canterbury Tales. Illustrated by Eric Gill. [A Facsimile of the Golden Cockerel Press edition. Commentary by Peter Holliday]. EDITION LIMITED TO 1980 COPIES
27456: G. CHAUCER - The Canterbury Tales. A Verse Translation with an Introduction and Notes by David Wright. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
22693: (ERIC GILL). GEOFFREY CHAUCER. - Troilus and Criseyde. [With Commentary Volume]. EDITION LIMITED TO 1250 COPIES
11088: (CARTHUSIAN ORDER). M. CHAUNCY. - Historia aliquot Martyrum Anglorum maxime octodecim Cartusianorum sub rege Henrico Octavo . . unc ad exemplar primae editionis moguntinae anno 1550 excusae a monachis Cartusiae S. Hugonis in Anglia denuo edita. [With an Introduction by V.M. Doreau].
9525: C. CHAUTEMPS - Cahiers Secrets de l'Armistice (1939-1940). A CHATHAM HOUSE COPY
22768: A.H. CHAYTOR - Letters to a Salmon Fisher's Sons. [Third Edition].
17801: (ARTHUR B. PACKHAM). H. CHEAL. - The Story of Shoreham. Illustrated by Arthur B. Packham IN THE DUSTWRAPPER.
26754: H. CHEAL - The Ships and Mariners of Shoreham. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
872: (ARTHUR B. PACKHAM). H. CHEAL. - The Story of Shoreham. Illustrated by Arthur B. Packham. HERBERT ROSS COOPER'S COPY
17714: B. CHEALL. - Fighting Through - from Dunkirk to Hamburg. A Green Howard's Wartime Memoir.
14290: CHEDDAR - "Cheddar, Somerset. The Official Guide. Issued by Authority of the Cheddar Parish Council (and edited by the Publicity Sub-Committee 1967). Photographs by Norman Heal."
24911: F. CHEETHAM - Alabaster Images of Medieval England. [Second Edition].
14845: ANTON CHEKHOV. - The Undiscovered Chekhov. Fifty-One New Stories. Translated by Peter Constantine. WITH EIGHT ADDITIONAL STORIES
27374: "A. CHEKHOV, F. DOSTOEVSKY AND L. TOLSTOY ET AL." - [The Greatest Masterpieces of Russian Literature]. A fine collection as follows. SPLENDID COLLECTION IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING
27609: A. CHEKHOV - Early Stories. Translated by Nora Gottlieb. NEAR FINE COPY
19056: CHELSEA - "The Royal Hospital, Chelsea."
19250: E. LE CHENE. - Watch for me by Moonlight. A British Agent [Robert Burdett] with the French Resistance. [Preface by Robert Burdett].
17878: C.R. CHENEY - Episcopal Visitation of Monasteries in the Thirteenth Century. [Second Edition].
18052: HARRY CHERNISS - The Riddle of the Early Academy. NOTABLE ASSOCIATION COPY OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10706: N. CHERRY - "Most Unfavourable Ground. The Battle of Loos, 1915. SIGNED COPY"

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