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7605: SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. - The Poetical and Dramatic Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. [Edited by Henry Nelson Coleridge].
22894: SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE - "Biographia Literaria; or, Biographical Sketches of my Literary Life and Opinions; and Two Lay Sermons; I: The Statesman's Manual; II: Blessed Are Ye That Sow Beside All Waters. A New Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16252: SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. - The Golden Book of Coleridge. [Everyman's Library Edition. Introduction by Stopford A. Brooke].
12061: SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. - "Letters, Conversations and Recollections of S.T. Coleridge. [Edited by Thomas Allsop]."
14089: SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. - Specimens of the Table Talk of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Fourth Edition. [Edited and with a Preface by Henry Nelson Coleridge].
12955: SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. - Notes on English Divines. Edited by the Rev. Derwent Coleridge.
24023: K. ADLARD COLES - Sailing and Cruising. Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12530: "M. COLES, J. AIKEN, G. LANGELAAN, ET AL." - Suspense. Vol. 3 No. 4. April 1960.
3939: COLETTE. - For a Flower Album. Translated from the French by Roger Senhouse. Water Colours by Manet.
24992: EOIN COLFER - Artemis Fowl and the Arctic Incident. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24993: EOIN COLFER - Artemis Fowl and the Eternity Code. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21012: EOIN COLFER - Airman.
23260: EOIN COLFER - Half Moon Investigations. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27250: J.A. COLLARD - A Maritime History of Rye. [First Paperback Edition]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
22926: RUSSELL COLLECTION]. - [Sale Catalogue of] Sporting Items [including the Russell Collection of Cricketana]. 17 July 1991. Sale Code: 28688.
12440: BRITISH MUSEUM MAYA SCULPTURES MAUDSLAY COLLECTION.. - British Museum Guide to the Maudslay Collection of Maya Sculptures (Casts and Originals) from Central America.
225: (CHARLES DICKENS). SUZANNET COLLECTION. - The Catalogue of the Suzannet Charles Dickens Collection. Edited and with an Introduction by Michael Slater.
22589: GAWAINE BAILLIE COLLECTION. - "[Sale Catalogue of] The Philatelic Collection formed by Sir Gawaine Baillie, Bt. Volume II. British West Indies & South Atlantic. 16, 17 & 18 February 2005. [Foreword by Charles Freeeland]. Sale Code: nil. FINE COPY"
22588: GAWAINE BAILLIE COLLECTION. - "[Sale Catalogue of] The Philatelic Collection formed by Sir Gawaine Baillie, Bt. Volume I. Great Britain. Part One. 29 September 2004. [Foreword by David Beech]. Sale Code: nil. FINE COPY"
2657: WALLACE COLLECTION - A General Guide to the Wallace Collection. General Guide to the Wallace Collection.
6576: DYSON PERRINS COLLECTION - "[Sale Catalogue of] The Dyson Perrins Collection. Part I. Catalogue of Forty-Five Exceptionally Important Illuminated Manuscripts of the 9th to the 18th Century, a Block Book and Four Printed Books. With an Introduction by Professor Francis Wormald."
9166: THE BOOK COLLECTOR - The Book Collector. Volume 19. 1970. [This volume only].
9168: THE BOOK COLLECTOR - The Book Collector. Volume 21. 1972. [This volume only].
9169: THE BOOK COLLECTOR - The Book Collector. Volume 14. 1965. [This volume only].
9167: THE BOOK COLLECTOR - The Book Collector. Volume 20. 1971. [This volume only].
7869: H.T. LENTON AND J.J. COLLEDGE. - Warships of World War II.
4802: H.T. LENTON AND J.J. COLLEDGE - Warships of World War II. Second Edition.
494: ETON COLLEGE - The Old Public School-Boys' Who's Who Series: Eton. With a prefatory Essay by the Hon. and Rev. Edward Lyttleton. Headmaster of Eton 1905-16.
14676: ETON COLLEGE. - The Etonian. Vol. I. October 1820 - March 1821 [5 numbers in one volume].
21511: (REYNOLDS STONE). ETON COLLEGE. - List of Etonians who fought in the Great War MCMXIV-MCMXIX. [Title-page designed by Reynolds Stone].
13317: H. CHILD AND D. COLLES. - Christian Symbols Ancient & Modern. A Handbook for Students.
102: (GEORGE GISSING). M. COLLIE - George Gissing. A bibliographical Study. [Second Edition]. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
20258: RICHARD COLLIER - The Sands of Dunkirk. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21554: RICHARD COLLIER - 1940. The World in Flames. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24505: B. COLLIER - The Defence of the United Kingdom. [Official History of the Second World War].
13772: W.P. COLLIER. - Northumbrian Heritage 1912-1937. The Photographs of W. . Collier of Bellingham.
27868: BASIL COLLIER - A History of Air Power. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21426: P. KAPLAN AND R. COLLIER - "The Few. Summer 1940, The Battle of Britain. Introduction by Peter Townsend. [Second Impression]."
20357: R. COLLIER - Ten Thousand Eyes.
21692: GRAHAM COLLIER. - Antarctic Odyssey. In the Footsteps of the South Polar Explorers. Account by Graham Collier. Photographed by Patricia Graham Collier. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10977: P. COLLINDER - A History of Marine Navigation. Translated from the Swedish by Maurice Michael.
7945: J. COLLINGS - The Colonization of Rural Britain. A complete Scheme for the Regeneration of British Rural Life.
12632: D. COLLINGWOOD - The Captain Class Frigates in the Second World War. An Operational History of the American-built Destroyer Escorts serving under the White Ensign from 1943-46.
22010: LORD COLLINGWOOD. - The Private Correspondence of Admiral Lord Collingwood. Edited by Edward Hughes. NEAR FINE COPY
5589: W.W. COLLINS - "Rambles beyond Railways; or, Notes in Cornwall taken a-foot. With Illustrations by Henry C. Brandling."
25185: B. COLLINS - Discovering Deal. (Historic Guide). SIGNED COPY
17723: G.H. COLLINS - A Handbook to the Mineralogy of Devon and Cornwall. [Facsimile reissue of Second Edition].
19447: A. COLLINS. - Divine Songs and Meditacions (1653). Introduction by Stanley N Stewart. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
11085: WILKIE COLLINS. - The Two Destinies. Read by Samuel West. Complete and Unabridged. [Audio book].
19383: A. COLLINS. - A Discourse concerning Ridicule and Irony in Writing (1729). Introduction by Edward A Bloom and Lilian D. Bloom. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
8201: I. COLLINS - Jane Austen and the Clergy.
20242: G. WILSON AND G.A. COLLINSON. - East York Volunteer Infantry 1859-1908.
25436: MAURICE COLLIS - The Land of the Great Image. Being Experiences of Friar Manrique in Arakan. FIRST EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
20313: JOHN STEWART COLLIS - Bound Upon a Course.
16516: JOHN STEWART COLLIS. - The Worm Forgives the Plough. [Introduction by Michael Holroyd].
26367: (BARBARA ALLEN). JOHN STEWART COLLIS. - "While Following the Plough. With Wood-Engravings by Barbara Allen. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
14047: MAURICE COLLIS - Siamese White. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY IN FULL MOROCCO
18086: JOHN STEWART COLLIS. - "The Moving Waters. he Moving Waters, [Illustrations by Nicholas Egon]."
12758: MAURICE COLLIS - The Hurling Time.
18722: ADMIRALS IN COLLISION. [SECOND EDITION]. - "8vo., Second Edition, with plates; black cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. Vivid account by an eminent naval historian of the collision of HMS Victoria and Camperdown off the Syrian coast in 1893. Much needed reissue of the original edition of 1959."
17508: T. COLLISON - Flying Fortress. The Story of the Boeing Bomber.
11444: (BRITWELL COURT). [H. COLLMANN (COMP.). - "The Britwell Handlist. Or, Short-Title Catalogue of the Principal Volumes from the Time of Caxton to the Year 1800 formerly in the Library of Britwell Court, Buckinghamshire. [Introduction by Norah Christie-Miller. 400 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
11016: D.G. COLLYER - Battle of Britain Diary . [An Account of the Events in East Kent]. July-September 1940].
15277: C.P. COLLYNS. - Notes on the Chase of the Wild Red Deer in the Counties of Devon and Somerset. 250 COPIES WERE PRINTED
14025: J. COLMAR - Coleridge. Critic of Society.
27491: "COLNAGHI & CO., LTD." - Mannerism and the North European Tradition. Prints from c.1520-c.1630
12434: KATE COLQUHOUN - Taste. The Story of Britain through its Cooking.
26468: H.H. HILTON AND H.S. COLT - The Six Handicap Golfer's Companion. By 'Two of his Kind' with Chapters by Harold H Hilton and H S Colt. Illustrated from Photographs by Jack White. A RARE SURVIVAL
18011: (FIELD MARSHAL GORT). J.R. COLVILLE - Man of Valour. The Life of Field Marshal the Viscount Gort. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8550: I. COLVIN - Chief of Intelligence.
19947: (LEANDER STARR JAMESON). I. COLVIN - The Life of Jameson. [Second Impression]. PRESENTED BY WILLIAM EWART GREAVES
17334: L. COLWIN - Shine On Bright and Dangerous Object. [First UK Edition][.
16737: A. COMFORT - The Signal to Engage. Poems. SHELAGH STORM MASSADA'S COPY
27482: M. COMINO - Gimson and the Barnsleys. 'Wonderful Furniture of a Commonplace Kind'. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
15849: (ROYAL AIR FORCE). 'WING COMMANDER' [PSEUD. ANON] - Bombers' Battle. Bomber Command's Three Years of War. By a Wing Commander. With a Foreword by Air Marshal Sir Arthur Harris.
6921: CITY OF ELY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Welcome to the City of Ely. A Complete Guide to this Historic City. Issued by City of Ely Chamber of Commerce.
26622: GUERNSEY TOURIST COMMITTEE - Looking around Guernsey.
20459: PEARSON'S CANAL COMPANION - South Midlands & Warwickshire Ring. Also includes the Ashby Canal.
20458: PEARSON'S CANAL COMPANION - [Collection of 6 vols.]. ast Midlands [with] Grand Union [with] 4 Counties Ring [with] Pennine Waters [with] Black Country Ring [with] South Midlands.
1125: HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY - Hudson's Bay Company incorporated 2nd May 1670. A brief History. [With a Foreword by Patrick Ashley Cooper. Thirtieth Governor].
26646: (LONDON TRANSPORT). LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS COMPANY - Appointments for 1929. With which is included a Calendar of London's Beauty with occasional Comment from the best Authors. NEAR FINE COPY
779: ALDEN & COMPANY - "Alden's Oxford Guide. With Notes on the District and Rivers, Key Plan of the University and City, Map of Central Oxford and numerous Illustrations."
13522: H.J. COMPTON - Isle of Wight Here We Come. The Story of the Southern Railway's Isle of Wight Ships during the War 1939-1945.
24104: T. COMPTON - "A Mendip Valley, its Inhabitants and Surroundings, being an enlarged and illustrated Edition of Winscombe Sketches. With original Illustrations by Edward Theodore Compton, and a Chapter on the Geological History of the Mendips by Professor Morgan."
26849: P. COMPTON - The Story of Bisham Abbey. [Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14890: F.R. CONDER. - The Men Who Built Railways. A Reprint of F. . Conder's 'Personal Recollections of English Engineers'. Edited by Jack Simmons.
15604: WILLIAM CONGREVE. - "The Mourning Bridge, Poems & Miscellanies. Edited, with Introduction, by Bonamy Dobree. The World's Classics."
19278: WILLIAM CONGREVE. - The Complete Plays of William Congreve. Edited by Herbert Davis.
27559: W. CONGREVE - "The Comedies of William Congreve. [Edited by G.S. Street]. BRIGHT, CLEAN, LARGELY UNOPENED SET"
25159: (GILBERT KEITH CHESTERTON). D.J. CONLON (ED.) - G K Chesterton. The Critical Judgements. Part I: 1900-1937. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
17955: (PEARL S. BUCK). P. CONN - Pearl S. Buck. A Cultural Biography. A Cultural Biography. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
9687: (FIELD MARSHAL WAVELL). JOHN CONNELL - Wavell. [Complete set. Comprising 'Wavell. Soldier and Scholar' and 'Wavell. Supreme Commander']. COMPLETE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
17747: G.G. CONNELL - Mediterranean Maelstrom. HMS Jervis and the 14th Flotilla.
4915: (FIELD MARSHAL WAVELL). JOHN CONNELL - Wavell: Scholar and Soldier. To June 1941.
14557: G.G. CONNELL - "Valiant Quartet. His Majesty's Anti-Aircraft Cruisers Curlew, Cairo, Calcutta and Coventry. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR"
15790: G.G. CONNELL - "Valiant Quartet. His Majesty's Anti-Aircraft Cruisers Curlew, Cairo, Calcutta and Coventry."
20027: C.C. CONNER - Nothing Friendly in the Vicinity. My Patrols on the Submarine USS Guardfish during WWII.
802: A.B. CONNOR - Monumental Brass in Somerset. With a Preface by Paul Corbould.
26665: A.B. CONNOR - Monumental Brass in Somerset. With a Preface by Paul Corbould. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
25474: JOSEPH CONRAD. - The Rover. Illustrations by Francis Mosley. Introduction by Christopher Fletcher. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
19904: JOSEPH CONRAD. - "Typhoon, 'The Nigger of the Narcissus' and other Tales. Illustrations by Francis Moseley. Introduction by Paul Theroux."
16305: JOSEPH CONRAD. - Lord Jim. Introduction by R.B. Cunninghame Graham. [Everyman's Library edition].
27669: J. CONRAD - Almayer's Folly. [Tauchnitz Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
2820: JOSEPH CONRAD - The Rover.
22776: JOSEPH CONRAD. - An Outcast of the Islands. Illustrations by Francis Mosley. Introduction by Richard Woodman. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
26817: JOSEPH CONRAD. - The Nigger of the 'Narcissus'. Typhoon. The Shadow-Line. [Introduction by A.J. Hoppe]. FIRST APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
22669: B. CONRAD - Matador. Illustrated by the Author. [Tenth Impression thus]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22775: JOSEPH CONRAD. - The Duel and other Tales. Illustrations by Francis Mosley. Introduction by Giles Foden. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
26183: (FRANK THOMPSON). P.J. CONRADI - A Very English Hero. The Making of Frank Thompson. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
19255: (CANALETTO). W.G. CONSTABLE - "The Life and Work of Canaletto, Giovanni Antonio Canal. 1697-1768. [Complete set]."
23679: L. CONSTANTINE - Colour Bar. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
375: CLOSE CONTACT. - "8vo., First Edition, with a frontispiece and 4 plates; cloth, a very good, clean copy in the dustwrapper. The author was Chief of the British Mission to the Soviet Forces in Eastern Germany from 1951 until the death of Stalin in March 1953"
17299: "[THOM GUNN. TED HUGHES], CONTRIBS." - Critical Quarterly. Vol. 8. No. 3. Autumn 1966.
26465: FLORENCE CONVERSE - The House of Prayer. [Everyman's Library]. FIRST APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
19394: G.H. LENOX-CONYNGHAM - Lavenham Church and Town. [Second Edition].
19247: G.H. COOK - English Monasteries in the Middle Ages.
2892: G.H. COOK - The English Cathedral through the Centuries. [Second Edition].
2893: G.H. COOK - The English Cathedral through the Centuries.
16230: G.H. COOK - Medieval Chantries and Chantry Chapels. IN DUSTWRAPPER
9979: T.A. COOK - Old Provence.
2896: G.H. COOK - The English Parish Church.
2897: G.H. COOK - The English Medieval Parish Church.
25718: G.H. COOK - English Collegiate Churches of the Middle Ages. IN DUSTWRAPPER
16455: S. COOK ET AL. - The Salt and Pepper Cookbook.
20853: ANN COOK. - Ann Cook and Friend. With an Introduction and Notes by Regula Burnet. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12216: E.T. COOK - "St. Saviour's, Herne Hill. Saviour's, Herne Hill. The Story of 100 Years 1867-1967."
2894: G.H. COOK - The English Medieval Parish Church.
11100: THOMAS COOK - "The Traveller's Handbook for Belgium and the Ardennes. New Edition, thoroughly revised and remodelled."
9989: T.A. COOK. - The Story of Rouen. Illustrated by Helen M. James and Jane E. Cook. [Mediaeval Towns series].
19204: G. FRERE-COOK - The Attacks on the Tirpitz. Sea Battles in Close Up 8.
2993: H.C.B. COOK - The Battle Honours of the British and Indian Armies 1662-1982. 750 COPIES WERE PRINTED
8394: W.V. COOK - The Story of Sussex. Illustrated by George Fossick. With a Chapter on Sussex Architecrure by O.H. Leeney...
24148: C.F. COOK (ED.) - Another Book of Sussex Verse. Edited by C. . Cook. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15005: W. COOK - The Chess Player's Compendium. A Practical Guide to the Openings. Fifth Edition with a New Supplement by Alfred Emery.
10437: G.W. COOKE - "George Eliot: A Critical Study of her Life, Writings and Philosophy."
27496: F.B. COOKE - "Practical Yachting Hints. Letters to a Novice. Illustrated by Archie White. [Second Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
2705: M.C. COOKE - Fungoid Pests of Cultivated Plants.
15520: G. COOKE - Tonality and Expression.
27568: J. COLEMAN-COOKE - Discovery II in the Antarctic. The Story of British Research in the Southern Seas. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5808: RUPERT CROFT-COOKE. - The Numbers Came.
7580: A.S. COOKE - "Off the Beaten Track in Sussex. Sketches, Literary and Artistic. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
11611: E.H. COOKRIDGE - Soviet Spy Net. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26680: E.H. COOKRIDGE - Inside SOE. The Story of Special Operations in Western Europe 1940-45. IN DUSTWRAPPER
10693: E.H. COOKRIDGE - Gehlen. Spy of the Century.
23629: E.H. COOKRIDGE - Inside SOE. The Story of Special Operations in Western Europe 1940-45. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14013: P.G. COOKSLEY - Air Warfare.
11249: P.G. COOKSLEY - Operation Thunderbolt. The Nazi Warships' Escape 1942.
24458: P. COOKSLEY - Croydon Airport Flypast. Historic Aircraft Profiles in Colour.
21223: CATHERINE COOKSON - The Year of the Virgins. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22658: CATHERINE COOKSON - Riley. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20624: CATHERINE COOKSON - Tilly Trotter. A Novel. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22749: CATHERINE COOKSON - The Rag Nymph. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21104: CATHERINE COOKSON - The Black Velvet Gown.
7202: CATHERINE COOKSON - The Mallen Girl. A Novel. [Second Impression]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
26439: SUSAN COOLIDGE - "Katy at School. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21400: F. COOMBE - "Boys of the Priory School. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
14178: D. COOMBE - The Bawleymen. Fishermen and Dredgermen of the River Medway. With Chapters by Leslie H. Hill and Leonard J Wadhams.
13763: L.F.E. COOMBS - The Lion has Wings. The Race to Prepare the RAF for World War II: 1935-1940.
22360: R.E.B. COOMBS - Before Endeavours Fade. A Guide to the Battlefields of the First World War. [Fifth Edition]. FINE COPY
15200: C.L. COON - North Carolina Schools and Academies 1790-1840. A Documentary History.
26232: C.S. COON - Seven Caves. Archaeological Explorations in the Middle East.
20666: (JACQUES GENTILHAITRE). ROSALYS COOPE (COMP.) - Catalogue of the Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Jacques Gentlhaitre. Compiled by Rosalys Coope. NEAR FINE XL COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16709: DUFF COOPER - Operation Heartbreak. A Story. THE NOVEL THAT EXPOSED OPERATION MINCEMEAT
8151: A.W. COOPER - The Air Battle of the Ruhr. RAF Offensive March to July 1943.
23684: (PATRICK 'PADDY' LEIGH FERMOR). ARTEMIS COOPER - Patrick Leigh Fermor. An Adventure. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24321: A.W. COOPER - Air Gunner. The Men who manned the Turrets.
24323: J. ASHLEY-COOPER - A Ring of Wessex Waters. An Angler's Rivers. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
7573: L. COOPER - Yorkshire West Riding. [County Books]
18508: (PATRICK 'PADDY' LEIGH FERMOR). ARTEMIS COOPER (ED.) - Words of Mercury. Edited by Artemis Cooper. [Third Impression].
5117: L. COOPER. - R.S. Surtees. [Illustrations by John Leech].
27541: C.S. COOPER - "The Outdoor Monuments of London. Statues, Memorial Buildings, Tablets and War Memorials. NEAR FINE COPY"
26832: DUFF COOPER AND D. COOPER - A Durable Fire. The Letters of Duff and Diana Cooper 1913-1950. Edited by Artemis Cooper. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
9385: J.G. COOPER - "Nella; or, not my own. [A Story for Girls. Second Edition]. Twentieth Thousand."
11649: EVELYN WAUGH AND DIANA COOPER - Mr. Wu and Mrs. Stitch. The Letters of Evelyn Waugh and Diana Cooper. Edited by Artemis Cooper. WITH THE STOKES DISCLAIMER
11650: EVELYN WAUGH AND D. COOPER - Mr. Wu and Mrs. Stitch. The Letters of Evelyn Waugh and Diana Cooper. Edited by Artemis Cooper. WITH THE STOKES DISCLAIMER
12960: A.W. COOPER. - The Men who breached the Dams. 617 Squadron. 'The Dambusters'. [Foreword by Air Marshal Sir Harold Martin].
12260: (NAUTILUS STEAM SHIPPING COMPANY). M. COOPER - Ritsons' Branch Line. The Nautilus Steam Shipping Company Limited of Sunderland 1881-1931.
11035: E.R. COOPER - Mardles from Suffolk. Tales of the South Folk. By one of them.
12742: DUFF COOPER - Old Men Forget. [Seventh Impression].
24219: W.V. COOPER - A History of the Parish of Cuckfield. History of the Parish of Cuckfield.
12488: EVELYN WAUGH AND DIANA COOPER - Mr. Wu and Mrs. Stitch. The Letters of Evelyn Waugh and Diana Cooper. Edited by Artemis Cooper.
11235: L.C. REYNOLDS AND H.F. COOPER. - Mediterranean MTBs at War. Short MTB Flotilla Operations 1939-1945. Foreword by Rear Admiral Sir M. Morgan-Giles. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
18148: REV. W.M. COOPER [PSEUD. J.G. BERTRAM] - "Flagellation & the Flagellants. A History of the Rod in all Countries from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. A New Edition, revised and corrected."
24555: (ELIZABETH DAVID). ARTEMIS COOPER - Writing at the Kitchen Table. The authorized Biography of Elizabeth David. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1081: C.S. COOPER - "The Outdoor Monuments of London. Statues, Memorial Buildings, Tablets and War Memorials."
21541: A. BEEVOR AND A. COOPER - Paris after the Liberation.
11449: L. COOPER - Famous Regiments. The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. (The 51st and 105th Regiments of Foot). [Foreword by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
21972: (PATRICK 'PADDY' LEIGH FERMOR). ARTEMIS COOPER - Patrick Leigh Fermor. An Adventure. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23608: (ELIZABETH DAVID). ARTEMIS COOPER - Writing at the Kitchen Table. The Authorized Biography of Elizabeth David. [First US Edition]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
20937: DUFF COOPER. - The Duff Cooper Diaries 1915-1951. Edited by John Julius Norwich. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22296: T.L. HATELY AND H. COPLEY - Angling in East Africa. With some Account of East African Fish.
24270: A.E. COPPARD - Nixey's Harlequin. Tales. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21579: A.E. COPPARD - Dunky Fitlow. Tales. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
12759: A.E. COPPARD - Hips & Haws. Poems by A. . Coppard. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
1396: (NANCY BANKART GURNEY). A.E. COPPARD. - Pink Furniture. A Tale for lovely Children with noble Natures. Illustrated by Nancy Bankart Gurney. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24068: G. COPPARD - With a Machine Gun to Cambrai. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16005: (HILAIRE BELLOC). B. COPPER - Across Sussex with Belloc. In the Footsteps of 'The Four Men'.
25243: BOB COPPER. - Songs and Southern Breezes. Country Folk and Country Ways. With Drawings by the Author. Foreword by John Arlott. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18098: B. COPPER - A Song for every Season. A Hundred Years of a Sussex Farming Family. [Second Impression].
16520: ROYAL ARMY SERVICE COPRS - The Story of the Royal Army Service Corps 1939-1945. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
35226: PUNJAB CAMPAIGN 1848-9. CASUALTY ROLL. [FROM INDIA OFFICE ARCHIVES.] FINE COPY - "Folio, First Edition; pictorial wrappers, a fine copy."
35234: ARMY OF THE SUTLEJ 1845-6. CASUALTY ROLL. [FROM INDIA OFFICE ARCHIVES.] FINE COPY - "Folio, First Edition; pictorial wrappers, a fine copy."
23335: RAF JET BOMBER FLYPAST. NEAR FINE COPY - "Sm. 4to., First Edition, with very numerous monochrome photographs; original pictorial boards, a near fine copy."
30937: HMS BULWARK. HER LAST COMMISSION [1974-1976]. BOWING OUT IN STYLE. [FOREWORD BY CAPTAIN J.R.C. JOHNSTON]. FINE COPY - "Oblong 4to., First Edition, with numerous photographs and maps throughout; blue boards, upper board blocked with ship's badge and lettered in gilt, a fine copy. BULWARK'S final commission covered 1974-1976. Includes useful summaries of her nine commissions comprising twenty-one years of service [1954-1975]. Detailed coverage of ship's departments. VERY SCARCE."
34900: PORTRAIT OF THE ENEMY. [FIRST UK EDITION.] NEAR FINE COPY - "8vo., First Editionthus; black cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy. Published a year after the US edition."
3300: GIBRALTAR AND ITS SIEGES. NEAR FINE COPY - "8vo., First Edition, with an engraved frontispiece, 15 engraved plates and 2 double-page engraved maps, some light foxing to free endpapers; original pictorial green cloth, upper board and backstrip lettered and blocked in gilt and black, upper hinge tender (but binding wholly sound), a remarkably bright, clean copy of a scarce work. With 8pp publisher's catalogue bound in at end. SPLENDID COPY WITH VALUABLE ILLUSTRATIONS AND A FINE PERIOD BINDING."
21891: SOME NEGLECTED ASPECTS OF WAR BY CAPT. A T MAHAN. A T MAHAN. TOGETHER WITH 'THE POWER THAT MAKES THE PEACE' BY HENRY S PRITCHETT AND 'THE CAPTURE OF PRIVATE PROPERTY AT SEA' BY JULIAN S CORBETT. NEAR FINE COPY - "8vo., First UK Edition, on laid paper, some very light and occasional spotting; original blue cloth, gilt back, gilt top, black endpapers, uncut, a near fine copy. The US edition, published simultaneously, collects five papers. The UK edition adds an extra paper by Mahan. 'War from the Christian Standpoint'. Very scarce in this condition. Hattendorf, A14b."
12709: THE BLACK BATTLEFLEET. [A STUDY OF THE CAPITAL SHIP IN TRANSITION. WITH A FOREWORD BY ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET EARL MOUNTBATTEN OF BURMA]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY - "Roy. 4to., First Edition, with very numerous photographs and double-page detailed line drawings in the text; cloth gilt, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in unclipped, lightly sunned dustwrapper. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR WITH HIS SIGNED HOLOGRAPH INSCRIPTION ON FRONT FREE ENDPAPER. The culmination of almost twenty years' research by the author, this is a standard reference on the evolution of the mid-Victorian Royal Navy. Crucially, Ballard was an eye-witness of the latter part of the period of which he wrote; even in 1929 there were not many men remaining with such experience first-hand. Much of the text appeared first as an extended series of papers in 'The Mariner's Mirror' from 1929 until the author's death in 1948."
8062: BRITISH WARSHIPS AND AUXILIARIES (1986/87 EDITION). SIGNED COPY - "Sm. 8vo., with numerous coloured and monochrome photographs and silhouettes in the text; original pictorial wrappers, a fine copy. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR ON TITLE"
17850: THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. THE STORY OF HMS EXCELLENT. WITH A FOREWORD BY ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET LORD CHATFIELD. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY - "8vo., First Edition, with a frontispiece and 31 plates on 22; original blue cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR WITH HIS LONG SIGNED HOLOGRAPH INSCRIPTION ON FRONT FREE ENDPAPER. 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"
5776: THE ASHANTI WAR. A NARRATIVE PREPARED FROM THE OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS BY PERMISSION OF MAJOR-GENERAL SIR GARNET WOLSELEY. WITH MAPS AND PLANS BY HARRY COOPER. THE BRACKENBURY FAMILY COPY - "2 vols., 8vo., First Edition, with a folding facsimile on blue stock and a double-page map as frontispieces, a folding map and a double-page map, and two large folding maps (one coloured in outline) in pocket at rear of second volume, some very mild occasional foxing, fore-edges dusty; original decorative cloth blocked in blind, gilt backs, uncut, covers moderately soiled (boards to volume two stained with black ink), volume one neatly rebacked with original backstrip (faded) laid down else a good, firm, sound copy of a work scarce in any condition. This volume bears the neat contemporary signature of 'Frank Cooper' and the following holograph inscription: 'Maps drawn by my brother Harry, who was with Colonel Colley as Adjutant of Transport. Col. Colley, afterwards Sir G[eorge]. Pomeroy Colley, was killed in the fatal action of Majuba Hill in Natal fighting against the Boers'. Henry Brackenbury was Assistant Military Secretary to Wolseley; Cooper (as stated correctly above) was sometime Adjutant of Transport during the campaign. The official records were placed by Wolseley at Brackenbury's disposal 'without reservation' and augmented by the latter's private journal which he kept whilst serving at headquarters. The account of Captain Glover's expedition is taken entirely from letters between Wolseley and himself. The missions of Captains Butler and Dalrymple are described from their own letters. Frank Cooper's signature is dated 1874; the Battle of Majuba Hill took place on 27th February 1881 during the First South African War (this action was, incidentally, the last occasion on which British regimental colours were carried into battle). It would seem, therefore, that this was originally Frank Cooper's copy (until at least 1881) which then passed into the Brackenbury family. It was then in the library of Major-General Charles Booth Brackenbury (1831-1890) and bears his signature on the half-title of the second volume. The author's elder brother, he spent his career in the Royal Artillery culminating in his appointment as Director of Artillery Studies at Woolwich, from which position no-one did more to spread sound ideas throughout the service on tactical changes demanded by the advancement in weapons technology. On Charles's death this copy passed to his youngest son, Hereward Irenius Brackenbury and bears his engraved armorial bookplate on front paste-down of first volume. Hereward Brackenbury was a talented engineer and director of the prominent defence contractor Hawthorn Leslie & Co. The Brackenbury family was well represented in nearly all the British wars of the nineteenth century. THIS IS AN IMPORTANT AND DESIRABLE FAMILY COPY SHOWING MULTIPLE ASSOCIATIONS WITH THE AUTHOR OF A CLASSIC VICTORIAN CAMPAIGN MEMOIR."
22196: MIDDLE EAST MOVERS. ROYAL ENGINEER TRANSPORTATION IN THE SUEZ CANAL ZONE 1947-1956. FINE COPY - "8vo., First Edition, with plates, facsimiles and maps; original pictorial wrappers, a fine copy."
21479: HISTORIE DE LA CHEVALERIE EN FRANCE AU MOYEN AGE. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY - "8vo., First Edition, with title in red and black, title-vignette and numerous plates, page-edges lightly browning as usual; strongly bound in green faux-morocco, gilt back, uncut, a very good, bright, crisp, clean copy. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR WITH HIS SIGNED HOLOGRAPH INSCRIPTION ON HALF-TITLE AND BUSINESS CARD LOOSELY INSERTED. The author was sometime Professor Honoraire at the Sorbonne. Very uncommon in this condition."
21635: THE ARBITER IN COUNCIL. PUBLISHER'S PRESENTATION COPY - "8vo., First Edition, some very light and occasional spotting (mainly marginal); original blue cloth, gilt back, uncut, a very good, bright, clean copy. With the nineteenth century engraved armorial bookplate of J.B. Body, and trade ticket of Military Parade of Marlborough on front paste-down. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE PUBLISHER WITH NEAT BLIND STAMP ON TITLE. Scarce."
23906: ARMADA 1588-1988. NEAR FINE COPY - "4to., First Edition, with illustrated title spread and many hundreds of coloured monochrome photographs and reproductions (many full-page) throughout; original pictorial wrappers, a near fine copy. Detailed and profusely illustrated catalogue published to accompany the major quatercentenary exhibition held at the NMM (April-September 1988 and Ulster Museum (October 1988-January 1989)."
25442: THE PASSING OF THE GREAT FLEET. BRIGHT CLEAN COPY - "8vo., First Edition; red cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy. SCARCE, ESPECIALLY IN THIS CONDITION"
22673: I SAW FOR MYSELF. THE AFTERMATH OF SUEZ. NEAR FINE COPY - "8vo., First Edition; black cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy. SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION"
7083: A VILLAGE IN CHELSEA. AN INFORMAL ACCOUNT OF THE ROYAL HOSPITAL. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDREW FARMER. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece and numerous illustrations in the text; cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR WITH HIS SIGNED HOLOGRAPH INSCRIPTION ONN TITLE."
13352: G. COQUIOT - Vincent Van Gogh. Sixth Edition.
18706: D. CORAM - Aston Martin. The Story of a Sports Car. [Books 1 and 2].
26511: W.B. CORBAIN - The Story of Romsey Abbey. FINE COPY
15405: JIM CORBETT - Man-Eaters of Kumaon. With an Introduction by Sir Murice Hallett and a Preface by Lord Linlithgow [Sixth US Impression].
25301: JULIAN CORBETT. - The Seven Years War. A Study in British Combined Strategy. Introduction by Jeremy Black.
16613: W.N. LING AND J.R. CORBETT (EDS.) - "Scottish Mountaineering Club Guide. The Northern Highlands. Second Edition, revised."
27704: P.E. CORBETT - The Sculpture of the Parthenon. [King Penguin 76]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14320: S. KENDALL AND D. CORBETT - "New Zealand Military Nursing. A History of the Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps, Boer War to the Present Day."
24190: JIM CORBETT - The Temple Tiger and more Man-Eaters of Kumaon. [Second Impression].
24456: JIM CORBETT - Man-Eaters of Kumaon. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
24296: J.S. CORBETT (ED.) - Papers relating to the Spanish War 1585-1587. [Second Edition].
24602: P.E. CORBETT - The Sculpture of the Parthenon. [King Penguin 76].
18382: J.S. CORBETT - "History of the Great War based on Official Documents, by Direction of the Historical Section of the Committee of Imperial Defence: Naval Operations. Volume I: To the Battle of the Falklands, December 1914. Part I: Text; Part II: Maps."
20040: J. CORDEAUX - Birds of the Humber District. NEAR FINE COPY WITH THE ERRATA LEAF
12245: R.R. CORNISH ET AL. - Fifty Dynamic Years.
7871: CORNWALL - Fiftieth Anniversary of the Formation of the Old Cornwall Movement. Issued by the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies [in] 'Old Cornwall' Vol. VII. No. 7. Autumn 1970.
20451: PATRICIA CORNWELL - The Body Farm. [Second Impression].
16774: PATRICIA CORNWELL - From Potter's Field.
10931: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Point of Origin. Read by Lorelei King. [A Kay Scarpetta thriller. Unabridged audio book].
4513: P.D. CORNWELL - Black Notice.
23929: J. CORNWELL - Hitler's Pope. The Secret Life of Pius XII. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2212: JOHN CORNWELL - A Thief in the Night. The Death of Pope John Paul 1.
21764: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Point of Origin. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21782: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Book of the Dead. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21497: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Port Mortuary.
21738: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Cause of Death. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
21736: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Cruel and Unusual. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
21737: PATRICIA CORNWELL - The Body Farm. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
7548: BERNARD CORNWELL - "Sharpe's Trafalgar. Richard Sharpe and the Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805."
10932: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Southern Cross. Read by Lorelei King. [A Judy Hammer thriller. Unabridged audio book].
21766: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Southern Cross. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21767: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Hornet's Nest. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21765: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Red Mist. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14551: BERNARD CORNWELL - Rebel [with] Copperhead [with] Battle Flag [with] Bloody Ground. THE STARBUCK CHRONICLES COMPLETE
12532: PATRICIA CORNWELL - The Battle of France then and now. Six Nations Locked in Aerial Combat. September 1939 - June 1940.
14406: BERNARD CORNWELL - Battle Flag. The Starbuck Chronicles Volume Three.
21496: PATRICIA CORNWELL - Scarpetta.
25842: BERNARD CORNWELL - Stormchild. [US Edition]. UNCORRECTED US PROOF COPY
16166: CHESTER CORPORATION - "Official Guide. 25th Edition. Issued by the Chester Corporation. Roman Remains, Remarkable Walls, Unique Rows, Ancient Cathedral, Mediaeval Houses, Beautiful River and other Attractions for Visitors. NEAR FINE COPY"
20176: ANGLO-AMERICAN CORPORATION - "Optima. A Quarterly Journal published in the Interests of Mining, Industrial, Economic and Scientific Progress. A GOOD RUN IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
18968: ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS - An Illustrated Record of the British Armoured Fighting Vehicle. Armoured Cars 1900-1963. With a Supplement on Foreign Armoured Cars.
25101: ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS - The Story of the Royal Army Service Corps 1939-1945.
18015: ROYAL LOGISTIC CORPS - Our Heritage. The Royal Logistic Corps.
12523: (BRITISH ARMY). 30 CORPS - "30 Corps in Germany. Which tells - who we are, where we are, why we're here and what happens next. [Foreword by Lt.-Gen. B. G. Horrocks, Commander 30 Corps]."
11917: ROYAL OBSERVER CORPS - "We Were Able 2 [Group 23, Blunsdon]. A true Account of Life on a Post in World War II."
25096: F.B. CORREGGIO. - The Siege of Malta 1565. Translated from the Spanish Edition of 1568 by Ernle Bradford. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
27289: F. CORRIGAN - Helen Waddell. A Biography. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27089: (SIEGFRIED SASSOON). FELICITAS CORRIGAN - Siegfried Sassoon: Poet's Pilgrimage. Assembled with an Introduction. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18717: F.R. CORSON - The Atlantic Ferry in the Twentieth Century.
21138: A. UFFINDELL AND M. CORUM. - On the Fields of Glory. The Battlefields of the 1815 Campaign. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22761: FREDERICK W. 'BARON CORVO' ROLFE - Chronicles of the House of Borgia. 1250 COPIES WERE PRINTED
20642: T.B. COSTAIN - The Last Love. [First UK Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3085: J. COSTELLO - Mask of Treachery.
5939: J. COSTELLO - Ten Days that Saved the West.
22350: JOHN COSTELLO - "Love Sex and War, Changing Values 1939-1945. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23467: A.C. COTTER - Logic and Epistemology. Fourth and Revised Edition. [Fifth Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26248: A. COTTERELL - An Apple for the Sergeant.
23751: (GEOFFREY DEARMER). LAURENCE COTTERELL (ED.) - A Pilgrim's Song. Selected Poems to Mark the Poet's 100th Birthday. Foreword by John Stallworthy. Compiled by Laurence Cotterell. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21812: (R.B. SHERIDAN). IZAAK WALTON AND C. COTTON - The Complete [Compleat] Angler of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton. [Second Tegg Edition]. WITH THE ARMORIAL BOOKPLATE OF RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN
24240: HENRY COTTON - Golf. A Pictorial History. With a Foreword by Sam Snead. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21796: IZAAK WALTON AND C. COTTON - "The Complete [Compleat] Angler of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton: extensively embellished with Engravings on Copper and Wood, from original Drawings and Paintings, by first-rate Artists. FIRST MAJOR EDITION"
21798: IZAAK WALTON AND C. COTTON - The Complete Anger by Izaak Walton & Charles Cotton. Edited by 'Ephemera' of 'Bell's Life in London'. Second Edition. EPHEMERA IN FULL CALF
10680: C. COTTON - "The Grey Friars of Canterbury, 1224 to 1538. A Contribution to the 700th Anniversary of their Arrival in England. Together with a Chapter on the Remains of the Friary and its Restoration by R.H. Goodsall. Second Edition. THE W H LAPTHORNE COPY"
18357: (NAPOLEON). E. COTTON - "A Voice from Waterloo. A History of the Battle fought on the 18th June 1815. With a Selection from the Wellington Despatches, General Orders and Letters relating to the Battle. Tenth Edition, Revised and Enlarged. IN FULL MOROCCO"
18657: E. COTTON - "East Indiamen. The East India Company's Maritime Service. Edited by Sir Charles Fawcett. [Foreword by C.H. Philips, Professor of Indian History, University of London]."
23810: HENRY COTTON - Thanks for the Game. The Best of Golf with Henry Cotton. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
17743: E. COTTON - "East Indiamen. The East India Company's Maritime Service. Edited by Sir Charles Fawcett. [Foreword by C.H. Philips, Professor of Indian History, University of London]. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
24683: A.C. COTTON - The Planning of Modern Buildings. No. 1. Town Halls. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18213: HENRY COTTON - Study the Golf Game with Henry Cotton.
21758: HENRY COTTON - This Game of Golf. With a Foreword by Bernard Darwin. [Second Impression].
12083: IZAAK WALTON AND C. COTTON - The Complete Anger by Izaak Walton & Charles Cotton. Edited by 'Ephemera' of 'Bell's Life in London'. Second Edition. IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH
17507: (PETER PAUPER PRESS). IZAAK WALTON AND C. COTTON - "The Compleat Angler, or the Contemplative Man's Recreation. With the Second Part by Charles Cotton."
13980: A.C. COTTON - The Planning of Modern Buildings. No. 1. Town Halls. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
17888: A.C. COTTON - The Planning of Modern Buildings. No. 1. Town Halls. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
21807: IZAAK WALTON AND C. COTTON - "The Complete [Compleat] Angler, or Contemplative Man's Recreation: being a Discourse on Rivers, Fish-Ponds, Fish, and Fishing. In Two Parts. [Bagster's Second Edition]. LARGE PAPER IN THEMED BINDING"
20583: HENRY COTTON - My Swing. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16308: IZAAK WALTON AND C. COTTON - The Compleat Angler. Edited with an Introduction by Richard le Gallienne. Illustrated by Edmund H. New. [Facsimile reissue of 1897 edition].
10587: LEONARD COTTRELL - The Bull of Minos. [Revised Edition].
13466: LEONARD COTTRELL - Lost Cities.
1589: ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH - Green Bays. Verses and Parodies. [Second Edition].
23877: ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH - Green Bays. Verses and Parodies.
25541: G.N. COUCH. - Skipper Morgan. Illustrated by Kenneth Swain. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5798: ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH - Charles Dickens and other Victorians.
5657: ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH. - The Mayor of Troy. Illustrated by H.M. Brock.
24565: ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH - "Studies in Literature [with] Studies in Literature. Second Series. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
788: L.M. QUILLER-COUCH (ED.) - "Reminiscences of Oxford by Oxford Men, 1559-1850."
8667: (BATTLE OF BRITAIN). G. COULSON (ILLUS.) - 'Into Battle'. PREVIOUSLY SHOWN AT THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN MUSEUM
14109: J.L.S. COULTER - [Official History of the Second World War]. The Royal Naval Medical Service. Volume II. Operations.
7582: (HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC). ARTS COUNCIL - [Exhibition Catalogue]. Toulouse-Lautrec 1864-1901. An Exhibition organised by the Association Francaise d'Action Artistique with the Arts Council of Great Britain 1961.
13488: LANSALLOS PARISH COUNCIL - Polperro Official Guide. Published under the Authority of the Lansallos Parish Council.
810: SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL - County Records Committee. Inventory of Parochial Documents in the Diocese of Bath and Wells and the County of Somerset. Edited by J.E. King.
26565: CHESTER CITY COUNCIL - "Chester. Official Guide, 43rd Edition. Issued by the Chester City Council. NEAR FINE COPY"
10144: STEYING PARISH COUNCIL - Official Guide. Issued by Authority of the Steyning Parish Council.
14689: FOWEY BOROUGH COUNCIL - "Fowey, South Cornwall. Official Guide. Issued by the Fowey Borough Council."
1171: LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL - "Court Rolls of Tooting Beck Manor. Volume I. Comprising the Rolls in the Council's Possession dating from 1394 to 1422. With Introduction, Notes, Appendix containing earlier Rolls of the Manor in King's College, Cambridge and Index."
7558: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). THE COUNTRYMAN - 'Seeking the Simple Life' [an obituary of Henry Williamson in] 'The Countryman'. Vol. 82. No. 4. Winter 1977-1978.
21065: R. COUPLAND - Wilberforce. A Narrative. IN FULL MOROCCO
23765: R. COUPLAND - "The Quebec Act. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
22273: J.W. DE COURCY - The Liffey in Dublin. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3582: K. COURLANDER - Richmond [Surrey]. From Kew Green to Ham Common.
6027: E. COURSE - London Railways.
19427: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). JOHN COURTENAY. - "A Poetical Review of the Literary and Moral Character of the late Samuel Johnson (1786). Introduction by Robert E. Kelley, [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
27082: M.A. COURTNEY - Cornish Feasts and FolkLore. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY
20553: F.W. COUSINS. - Sundials. A Simplified Approach by Means of the Equatorial Dial. Foreword by J.G. Porter.
14150: J.W. COUTTS - The Gospel and International Relations.
3465: AN ACT TO ENFORCE THE ACT FOR THE INCREASE AND INCOURAGEMENT OF SEAMEN. WITH FINE WOODBLOCK ARMS ON COVER - "6 leaves, folio, BLACK-LETTER, with fine woodblock arms of William III on upper cover; disbound, sewed as issued, a remarkably crisp, clean copy ideal for framing and display. The Act deals in detail with the provisions to be made for 'such registered Mariners or Seamen, Watermen, Fishermen, Lightermen, Bargemen, Keelmen or Sefaring Men'. Towards the end of the Act, particular provision is made for the Cinque Ports 'Whereas in the whole Jurisdiction of the Cinque-Ports, and their Towns and Members on the Coasts of Kent and Sussex, there are not any Justices of the Peace nor Divisions...Such Certificate as aforesaid shall be sufficient, where no Justice of the Peace shall be residing or inhabiting within Three Miles of such Port or Town'. The nature and condition of this Act makes it very suitable for framing and display. VERY SCARCE."
27540: S. COWAN - "The Royal House of Stuart; from its Origin to the Accession of the House of Hanover. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN ORIGINAL BUCKRAM"
15018: NOEL COWARD - Home Chat.
16152: T.A. COWARD. - The Birds of the British Isles and their Eggs. First Series [only] comprising Families Corvidae to Sulidae. Third Edition. [Illustrated by A. Thorburn and with photographs by R. Kearton. Wayside & Woodland series].
17902: T.A. COWARD - "Life of the Wayside and Woodland. When, Where and What to Observe and Collect. [Second Impression; Wayside and Woodland series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
15724: T.A. COWARD. - Birds of the Wayside and Woodland. Based upon the Standard Work 'The Birds of the British Isles and their Eggs' by T. Coward. Edited by Enid Blyton. With Introductory Chapters by Maurice Burton. [Wayside Pocket Guide].
15384: NOEL COWARD. - "The Letters of Noel Coward (Diaries, Letters and Essays). Edited by Barry Day."
23489: NOEL COWARD. - "Autobiography. Consisting of 'Present Indicative', 'Future Indefinite' and the uncompleted 'Past Conditional'. With an Introduction by Sheridan Morley."
22815: BEN COWBURN. - "No Cloak, No Dagger. Introduced by Giles Foden. Illustrated by Geoff Grandfield."
17454: J.S. COWIE - "Mines, Minelayers and Minelaying. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
17453: J.S. COWIE - Ladies & Gentlemen. A Selection of Talks to Rotary International and other Organisations.
26124: V. COWLES - The Phantom Major. The Story of David Stirling and the SAS Regiment. THE ORIGINAL EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14425: V. COWLES - The Phantom Major. The Story of David Stirling and the S. .S. Regiment. [Second Impression].
19743: (ASTOR FAMILY). VIRGINIA COWLES - The Astors. The Story of a Transatlantic Family.
11560: ABRAHAM COWLEY. - The Complete Works in Verse and Prose. Edited by Alexander B. Gosart (1881). [Facsimile re-issue.
19013: F. COWPER - "Sailing Tours Part V. West Coast Scotland, Orkneys, North Sea. The Mull of Galloway to the Thames. THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
14091: (RICHARD WESTALL). WILLIAM COWPER. - "The Task [with] Tirocinium; or, a Review of Schools. [With engravings after designs by Richard Westall]."
27589: W. COWPER - "Poems b y William Cowper, Esq. [With Preface by John Newton]. CHARMING COPY IN WHOLLY UNRESTORED PERIOD BINDING"
15635: WILLIAM COWPER. - The Globe Edition. The Poetical Works of William Cowper. Edited with Notes and Biographical Introduction by William Benham.
19689: WILLIAM COWPER. - Letters of William Cowper. Chosen and edited with a Memoir and a few Notes by J. . Frazer.
7096: WILLIAM COWPER - "Poems by William Cowper, of the Inner Temple. In Two Volumes. A New Edition [With Preface by John Newton]."
25257: (EDMUND GOSSE). E.H.M. COX (ED.) - "The Library of Edmund Gosse. Being a descriptive and bibliographical Catalogue of a Portion of his Collection, compiled by E.H.M. Cox. With an introductory Essay by Mr. Gosse."
2903: J.C. COX. - "The Parish Churches of England. Edited, with Additional Chapters, by Charles Bradley Ford."
2297: J.C. COX - "How to write the History of a Parish. An Outline Guide to Topographical Records, Manuscripts and Books. Fourth Edition, much enlarged and rewritten."
16239: J.C. COX - Rambles in Surrey [Second Edtion]. ambles in Surrey [Second Edtion].
24184: J. CHARLES COX. - "English Church Fittings, Furniture and Accessories. With an Introduction by Aymer Vallance. IN DUSTWRAPPER"
11405: J. CHARLES COX - "Pulpits, Lecterns & Organs in English Churches."
11406: J. CHARLES COX - "Pulpits, Lecterns & Organs in English Churches. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
13828: A.E. COX ET AL. - Royal Scots of the LMS.
11580: J.C. COX - County Churches. Cumberland and Westmorland.
9592: J. STEVENS COX (ED.). - Dorset Folk Remedies of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Edited by J. Stevens Cox. With an Introduction by Dr. K.J.T. Wilson.
11404: J. CHARLES COX - Bench-Ends in English Churches. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
10995: E.A. COX (ILLUS.) - Aucassin & Nicolette. [ An Old French Song-Tale]. EDITION LIMITED TO 1250 COPIES
25171: DAVID ATTENBOROUGH AND M. COX - David Attenborough's Fabulous Animals. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
8353: J. CHARLES COX - Bench-Ends in English Churches.
10024: J.C. COX - "Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire. Vol. IV [only]. The Hundred of Morleston and Litchurch: and General Supplement. Illustrated with Heliotypes from Photographs by R. Keane, and numerous other Plates."
21204: "(JOHN CHURCHILL, DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH). WILLIAM COXE." - "Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough. With his original Correspondence: collected from the Family Records at Blenheim and other authentic Sources. A New Edition, revised by John Wade. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN ORIGINAL BINDING"
27910: ROBERT BYRON AND D. COXON - Tangmere. Famous Royal Air Force Fighter Station. An Auithorised History. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25595: A.W. COYSH - Blue and White Transfer Ware 1780-1840. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9835: V. COYSH - "Swastika over Guernsey, An Outline of the German Occupation and the Liberation of the Island. [Second Impression]."
21995: V. COYSH - Swastika over Guernsey. An Outline of the German Occupation and the Liberations of the Island. [Eleventh Impression].
16198: L. COZENS - The Corris Railway. [Facsimile re-issue].
12340: J.H. CRABTREE - British Insects and how to identity them.
9060: W.H. CRACKNELL - Warship Profile 21: USS Tennessee (BB43) Battleship 1920-1959. Battleship 1920-1959.
15746: W.H. CRACKNELL - Warship Profile 15: USS Enterprise (CVAN-65). USS Enterprise (CVAN-65). Nuclear Attack Carrier.
13378: W.H. CRACKNELL - Warship Profile 9: USS Charles Ausburne. USS Charles Ausburne. Fletcher Class Destroyer 1942-1967.
6025: B.E. CRACKNELL - Portrait of Surrey.
7337: W.H. CRACKNELL - Warship Profile 34: USS Barb (SS-220). USS Barb (SS-220). Gato Class Submarine.
9051: W.H. CRACKNELL - Warship Profile 3: USS Hornet (CV8).. Aircraft Carrier.
4309: W.H. CRACKNELL - Warship Profile 28: USS Indianapolis (CA 35). USS Indianapolis (CA 35). Heavy Cruiser 1932-1945.
22801: W.H. CRACKNELL - Warship Profile 36: United States Navy Monitors of the Civil War. United States Navy Monitors of the Civil War.
8423: STRIKE CRAFT. - "4to., First Edition, with illustrated title-spread, and very numerous coloured and monochrome photographs (several full-page) in the text; cloth, gilt back,a very good, clean copy."
25064: T. CLAYTON AND P. CRAIG . - Trafalgar. The Men. The Battle. The Storm. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18287: C. FEARE AND A. CRAIG - Starlings and Mynas.
13821: T. CLAYTON AND P. CRAIG - Trafalgar. The Men. The Battle. The Storm. SIGNED COPY
27476: J. CRAIG - The Mint. A History of the London Mint from AD 287 to 1948. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13820: T. CLAYTON AND P. CRAIG - Trafalgar. The Men. The Battle. The Storm.
25563: EDWARD GORDON CRAIG - Towards a New Theatre. Forty Designs for Stage Scenes with Critical Notes by the Inventor. BROADWAY ASSOCIATION COPY
20576: (EARL OF CLARENDON). H. CRAIK - "The Life of Edward, Earl of Clarendon."
20104: STANLEY CRAMP (CHIEF ED.) - "Handbook of the Birds of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Birds of the Western Palearctic. THE RSPB EDITION COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
17923: P. CRAMPTON - Stonehenge of the Kings. A People Appear.
16584: M. CRAN - Gardens in America. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17008: STEPHEN CRANE. - The Red Badge of Courage. Edited and introduced by John T. Winterich. With Civil War Photographs. FIRST PUBLICATION OF MUCH ADDITIONAL MS MATERIAL
23505: C. CRANE - Mother and Son. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
22736: P. ADDISON AND J.A. CRANG - "Listening to Britain. Home Intelligence Reports on Britain's Finest Hour, May to September 1940. Edited and with Introductions and a Glossary by Paul Addison and Jeremy A. Crang. FINE COPY"
19181: [ [ABRAHAM] LE CRAS - "The Laws, Customs, and Privileges, and their Administration, in the Island of Jersey. With Notices of Guernsey; also a Commentary on certain Abuses, and a Petition to Parliament, for a Reform of the Same. IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH"
16742: RICHARD CRASHAW. - "The English Poems of Richard Crashaw. Edited, with an Introduction & Notes by Edward Hutton."
21754: J.M. CRASTER - 'Fifteen Rounds a Minute'. The Grenadiers at War. August to December 1914. Edited from the Diaries and Letters of Major 'Ma' Jeffreys and Others. [Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21494: M. CRATON - A History of the Bahamas. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
23438: L.A. CLARKSON AND M. CRAWFORD - Famine and Disease in Ireland. FINE SET
26968: O.G.S. CRAWFORD - Said and Done. The Autobiography of an Archaeologist. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9057: M.L.C. CRAWFORD - Warship Profile 16: HM S/M Upholder.
5499: R.J. CRAWFORD - 'I was an Eighth Army Soldier'. As narrated to Major John Dalgleish.
16763: CRAWLEY - Crawley. Official Guide. Published with the Authority of the Crawley Borough Council. Photographs supplied by J.C. Watts and Partners.
11323: JOHN CREASEY - "Heroes of the Air. A Tribute to the Courage, Sacrifice and Skill of the Men of the RAF. [Foreword by the Earl of Shaftesbury]. SCARCE WARTIME JOHN CREASEY"
13560: H.J. CREATON (ED.) - Bibliography of Printed Works on London History to 1939.
18649: [D. CREGEEN. - Endless Worlds. ]Foreword by Lois Katz].
23181: D. CREIGHTON - John A Macdonald. The Young Politician.
16027: R.W. KETTON-CREMER - A Norfolk Gallery [Second Impression]. Norfolk Gallery [Second Impression].
18981: ROBERT WYNDHAM KETTON-CREMER - Thomas Gray. A Biography. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13264: R.W. KETTON-CREMER - Norfolk Assembly.
20017: P. CREMER - U333. The Story of a U-Boat Ace. In Collaboration with Fritz Brustat-Naval. Translated from the German by Lawrence Wilson.
14030: E.H. CRESSEY - Daughters of Changing Japan. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
3263: B.F. CRESSWELL - "A Short History of the Worshipful Company of Weavers, Fullers and Shearmen of the City and County of Exeter. SPLENDID COPY"
11991: B.F. CRESSWELL - A Book of Devonshire Parsons. Book of Devonshire Parsons.
5474: S.G. CRESSWELL. - "War, Ice & Piracy: The Remarkable Career of a Victorian Sailor. The Journals and Letters of Samuel Gurney Cresswell. Edited by Dominick Harrod."
23928: P. CRESWICK. - "Under the Black Raven. Or, Saga the King from out of the Sea. Illustrations by T.H. Robinson. NEAR FINE COPY"
21653: MARQUESS CREWE - "Lord Rosebery. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
491: R.M. CRICHTON - Commuters' Village. A Study of Community and Commuters in the Berkshire Village of Stratfield Mortimer.
11760: SUSSEX COUNTY CRICKET CLUB CRICKET. - Sussex County Cricket Club Hove 1872-1972.
25498: A. CRICKMAY. - Dancers. Introduction by Andrew Porter. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26763: EDMUND CRISPIN. - The Moving Toyshop. Introduction by P. . James. Illustrations by A. Richard Allen. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
3452: G. CRITCHLEY - The Legend of the Silver Cup and other Stories for Children. Second Edition.
25065: S.R. CROCKETT - "Bog-Myrtle and Peat. Tales chiefly of Galloway gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895. BRIGHT, FIRM COPY"
6390: CROCKFORD - "Crockford's Shorter Directory 1953-54. A Reference Book of the Parish Clergy, Chaplains, and Preachers of the Church of England together with College and other Appointments, First Issue."
27787: M. CROMPTON - "Passionate Search. A Life of Charlotte Bronte. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21013: RICHMAL CROMPTON. - William the Film Star (formerly entitled 'William and the Evacuees'). Illustrated by Thomas Henry. [Tenth Impression].
24315: RICHMAL CROMPTON - William and the Masked Raider. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24316: RICHMAL CROMPTON. - "William and the Witch. Illustrated by Thomas Henry and Henry Ford. [First Edition, First Issue]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23432: DAVID CRONENBERG. - Cronenberg on Cronenberg. Edited by Chris Rodley. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24537: V. CRONIN - The Flowering of the Renaissance. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
16124: V. CRONIN - A Calendar of Saints. Calendar of Saints.
26944: D.C. CROOK - Spitfire Pilot. THE AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO HIS WIFE
17664: A. CROOKENDEN - The History of the Cheshire Regiment in the Great War. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
22859: A. CROOKENDEN - The History of the Cheshire Regiment in the Second World War. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
9021: W.I. CROOME - The Story of Cirencester Parish Church. Originally written by the late Archdeacon J. . Sinclair. Revised in 1945 by W.I. Croome. With a Foreword by the present Vicar.
21671: JANE E.M. CROSBIE. - Strangford's Shores. Paintings by Alison Brown. Text by Jane E.M. Crosbie. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY
22365: A. CROSBY - Britain in Old Photographs. Preston. [Second Edition].
25818: T.W.H. CROSLAND - The English Sonnet.
3960: R.M. CROSLEY - They gave me a Seafire.
27866: R. CROSS - The Bombers. The Illustrated Story of Offensive Strategy nd Tactics in the Twentieth Century. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9545: W. CROSSING - The Ancient Crosses of Dartmoor; with a Description of their Surroundings.
9546: W. CROSSING - The Ancient Crosses of Dartmoor and its Borderland. Revised [Second] Edition. Illustrated by T.A. Falcon. 250 COPIES WERE PRINTED
16703: J. CROSSLEY - Bismarck: the Epic Chase. The Sinking of the German Menace.
18058: F.H. CROSSLEY. - "The English Abbey. Its Life and Work in the Middle Ages. With a Foreword by Lord Harlech. Illustrated by Photographs by the Author and Others, and by Drawings by Brian Cook. Second Edition, Revised [Second Impression]."
2904: F.H. CROSSLEY - English Church Craftsmanship. An Introduction to the Work of the Mediaeval Period and some Account of later Developments.
2906: F.H. CROSSLEY - English Church Craftsmanship. An Introduction to the Work of the Mediaeval Period and some Account of later Developments.
2907: F.H. CROSSLEY - English Church Craftsmanship. An Introduction to the Work of the Mediaeval Period and some Account of later Developments.
27558: F.H. CROSSLEY - "English Church Monuments, A.D. 1150-1550. An Introduction to the Study of Tombs and Effigies of the mediaeval Period."
5243: P.R. GREEN I.P. GREEN AND G.A. CROUCH - The Atlas Flora of Somerset.
23312: D. CROW (ED.) - Armoured Fighting Vehicles of the World. Volume 2. British AFVs 1919-40. Edited by Duncan Crow. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26454: P. CROWCROFT. - The Life of the Shrew. With an Introduction by Maurice Burton and Line Drawings by Erik Thorn. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17705: (NAPOLEON). C. CROWE. - "An Eloquent Soldier. The Peninsular War Journals of Lieutenant Charles Crowe of the Inniskillings, 1812-1814. Edited by Gareth Glover."
7457: (VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY). D.A. CROWLEY (ED.) - A History of Wiltshire. Edited by D.A. Crowley. Volume XIII. South-West Wiltshire: Chalke and Dunworth Hundreds.
9245: CROYDON - "Our Croydon. The Organisation and Activities of the Corporation of Croydon. [With a Foreword by H. Regan, Mayor of Croydon]."
14670: (GENERAL DE GAULLE). BRIAN CROZIER - De Gaulle. The Warrior [with] De Gaulle. The Statesman.. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
24242: E.M. WILSON AND D.W. CRUICKSHANK . - Samuel Pepys's Spanish Plays.
2788: R.J. CRUICKSHANK - Roaring Century 1846-1946.
17786: C. CRUICKSHANK - SOE [Special Operations Executive] in the Far East. OE [Special Operations Executive] in the Far East.
17580: C. CRUICKSHANK - SOE [Special Operations Executive] in Scandinavia. OE [Special Operations Executive] in Scandinavia.
16131: C. CRUICKSHANK - The German Occupation of the Channel Islands.
17760: A. CRUSE - The Victorians and their Books.
6221: A. CRUSE - The Englishman and his Books in the Early Nineteenth Century.
25319: E.A. CRUTCHLEY - "A History and Description of the Pitt Press. Pitt for the Use of the University Printing Press AD 1833, altered and restored AD 1937. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
17071: W. CUDWORTH - "Round About Bradford. A Series of Sketches, Descriptive and Semi-Historical, of Forty-Two Places within Six Miles of Bradford."
12956: W. CUDWORTH - Round about Bradford. A Series of Sketches (descriptive and semi-historical) of Forty-Two Places within Six Miles of Bradford.
3919: W. CUDWORTH - Histories of Bolton and Bowling. (Townships of Bradford) historically and topographically treated. Published by Subscription.
16848: P.H. DAVIS AND J. CULLEN. - The Identification of Flowering Plant Families. Including a Key to those Native and Cultivated in North Temperate Regions. FIRST EDITION OF A BOTANICAL CLASSIC
20761: C. CUMMINGS (ED.) - Arnhem Sacrifice. A Miscellany of Information about Personnel and Units involved in the Battle of Arnhem 17 to 26 September 1944. NEAR FINE COPY
14637: J.S. CUMPSTON - The Rats Remain. Tobruk Siege 1941.
7143: H.M. CUNDALL - Bygone Richmond.
16625: J. CUNDALL - A Brief History of Wood-Engraving from its Invention. Brief History of Wood-Engraving from its Invention.
8431: H.M. CUNDALL - Bygone Richmond.
14054: TERENCE CUNEO - The Mouse and his Master. The Life and Work of Terence Cuneo.
27365: B. CUNLIFFE - "Excavations at Fishbourne, 1961. First Interim Report. NEAR FINE COPY"
11051: B. CUNLIFFE - Excavations at Fishbourne 1961. First Interim Report.
11052: B. CUNLIFFE - The Roman Site at Fishbourne. An Interim Report on the 1962 Excavations.
22827: B. CUNLIFFE - Excavations at Fishbourne 1961-1969. Vol. I: The Site; Vol. II: The Finds. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
16569: M. CUNLIFFE - "History of The Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1919-1955. With a Foreword by Field-Marshal The Vicount Montgomery of Alamein, Colonel of the Regiment."
23534: E.E. CUNNINGTON - Lessons in Pawn Play.
181: (RAY SOCIETY). R. CURLE - The Ray Society. A Bibliographical History.
26355: CHARLIE B. A BIOGRAPHY OF ADMIRAL LORD BERESFORD OF METEMMEH AND CURRAGHMORE. - "Roy. 8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece, 27 plates and 7 maps and diagrams (one double-page) in the text; red cloth, gilt back, red top, covers mildly faded, one corner bruised else a good, sound copy. VERY SCARCE. NMM II/1 291a."
13080: E.H. CURREY. - The Captain of the King's Guard. With Illustrations by W.H.C. Groome.
7112: P. KAPLAN AND J. CURRIE - Convoy. Merchant Sailors at War 1939-1945.
20619: P. CURTIS - In Times Past. Wood Green and Tottenham with West Green and Harringay. An Illustrated Journey into more peaceful life styles. [Third Edition].
17465: L. CURTIS - Civitas Dei. The Commonwealth of God [Books I-III complete].
20626: CLIVE CUSSLER AND DIRK CUSSLER. - Black Wind. [A Dirk Pitt Novel].
18634: CLIVE CUSSLER - Valhalla Rising.
18633: CLIVE CUSSLER AND DIRK CUSSLER. - Arctic Drift. [A Dirk Pitt Novel].
25562: MARQUIS DE CUSTINE. - Empire of the Czar. A Journey through Eternal Russia. Foreword by Daniel J. Boorstin. Introduction by George F. Kennan. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11920: B. STEWART AND M. CUTTEN. - The Dictionary of Portrait Painters in Britain up to 1920.
20502: E.L. CUTTS - Turning Points of English Church History. Seventeenth Thousand.
14651: E.L. CUTTS - An Essay on Church Furniture and Decoration. IN FULL MOROCCO
21937: M. CZAJKOWSKI - Warsaw 1944.
12655: K.P. CZECH - "An Annotated Bibliography of Asian Big Game Hunting Books, 1780 to 1980. Including Note of Works Devoted to Pig Sticking and Small Game Shooting. EDITION LIMITED TO 750 COPIES"
19133: K.P. CZECH - "An Annotated Bibliography of African Big Game Hunting Books, 1785 To 1999. [Seconf and Best Edition]."
19041: K.P. CZECH - "An Annotated Bibliography of African Big Game Hunting Books, 1785 TO 1950. 750 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
237: (BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY). F. DAHL - "A Bibliography of English Corantos and Periodical Newsbooks, 1620-1642."
956: C. DAINTON - Clock Jacks and Bee Boles. A Dictionary of Country Sights.
27606: C. DAKERS - The Holland Park Circle. Artists and Victorian Society. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22124: C. DAKERS - The Countryside at War 1914-1918. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12266: J.M. DAKRES - A History of Shipbuilding at Lytham. History of Shipbuilding at Lytham.
23968: J. DAKRES - The Last Tide. A History of the Port of Preston 1806-1981. NEAR FINE COPY
4444: H.D. DALE - "St. Leonard's Church, Hythe. From its Foundation with some Account of the Life and Customs of the Town of Hythe from ancient Sources. Illustrated by A.H. Hallamm Murray."
11561: E.W. SMITH AND CAPT. A M. DALE.. - "The Ila-Speaking Peoples of Northern Rhodesia. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
15720: A. DALE - The History and Architecture of Brighton. [Second Edition]. With a New Foreword by the Author. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
10236: A. DALE - The History and Architecture of Brighton.
15913: J. DALGLEISH - We Planned the Second Front. The Inside Story of how the Second Front was planned. With 3 Maps by Major J.A. James.
27738: G. DALLAS - 1815. The Roads to Waterloo. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
844: J. DALLAWAY - Etchings of Views in the Vicarage of Leatherhead. llustrations by Harriet Dallaway. Introduction by Francis J. Steer.
27716: W. DALRYMPLE - In Xanadu: A Quest. With new Introduction by the Author. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
13640: L. DALTON - Those Elegant Rolls-Royce.
13641: L. DALTON - Rolls-Royce. The Elegance Continues.
13643: L. DALTON - Rolls-Royce. The Derby Phantoms. IN FULL MOROCCO
18248: T. DALTON - British Royal Yachts. A complete illustrated History.
7862: (J. JAMES PROCTOR). A.A. DALY. - The History of the Isle of Sheppey from the Roman Occupation to the Reign of King Edward VII. Illustrated by J James Proctor. DALY'S SHEPPEY IN HALF CALF
25851: SHEILA VAN DAMN - We Never Closed. The Windmill Story. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
23614: WILLIAM DAMPIER. - William Dampier. Buccaneer Explorer. Edited with an Introduction by Gerald Norris. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
23756: H. DANBY - The Mishnah. Translated from the Hebrew with Introduction and Brief Explanatory Notes. NEAR FINE COPY
20318: S.P. DANCE - The Art of Natural History. Animal Illustrators and their Work. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
2128: J. DANCY - Walter Oakeshott. A Diversity of Gifts.
6994: PETRUS LUDOVICUS DANES - Generalis Temporum Notio brevissime exhibens vicissitudinem rerum humanarum ab orbe condito usque ad aetatem nostram Praesentemque Annum MDCCXXVI. Auctore Petro Ludovico Danes Casletano. SPLENDID COPY IN CONTEMPORARY BINDING
22470: (JACK MATTHEW). D.S. DANIEL. - Flight Two: Canada. Illustrated by Jack Matthew. [A Ladybird Book of Travel Adventure].
161: (NAPOLEON). W.V. DANIELL - "Collectanea Napoleonica. Being a Catalogue of the Collection of Autographs, Documents, Broadsides [and much else] relating to Napoleon I and his Times, 1769-1821. Formed by A. M. Broadley. With a Catalogue of his Napoleonic Library."
15837: A.E. DANIELL - London City Churches. With numerous Illustrations by Leonard Martin.
16542: D.S. DANIELL. - Flight Six: The Holy Land. Illustrations by Jack Matthew. [A Ladybird Book of Travel Adventure].
17509: G. DANIELS (ED.) - A Guide to the Reports of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Guide to the Reports of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey.
3543: L. DANIELS. - Kitten in the Cold. Illustrations by Shelagh McNicholas.
8537: R. DANNREUTHER - "Somerville's Force H. The Royal Navy's Gibraltar-based Fleet, June 1940 to March 1942. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23543: DANTE. - The Paradiso of Dante Alighieri [Temple Classics edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26674: DANTE. - La Divina Commedia di Dante Alighieri con spiegazioni tratte dai migliori commentarj e colla vita di Dante da Giovanni Boccacio. IN CONTEMPORARY HALF ROAN
23695: DANTE. - The Purgatory of Dante Alighieri [with] The Paradise of Dante Alighieri. Edited with Translation and notes. PURGATORY AND PARADISE COMPLETE
14608: (CECIL BEATON). J. DANZIGER - Beaton.
14834: (WILLIAM WORDSWORTH). HELEN DARBISHIRE - "The Poet Wordsworth. The Clark Lectures, Trinity College, Cambridge."
22320: H.C. DARBY - The Draining of the Fens. BEST EDITION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
22573: E. DE B. LA DARDYE. - "Paraguay: The Land and the People, Natural Wealth and Commercial Capabilities. English Edition, edited by E. . Ravenstein. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
22091: P.M. DARE - Charnwood Forest and its Environs.
20056: FRANK FRASER DARLING - Wild Life of Britain. [Britain in Pictures series]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21850: FRANK FRASER DARLING - The Story of Scotland. [Britain in Pictures series] IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER.
4595: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). FRANK FRASER DARLING. - The Seasons and the Fisherman. A Book for Children. Illustrated with Drawings by C.F. Tunnicliffe.
25346: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). FRANK FRASER DARLING. - The Seasons and the Farmer. A Book for Children. Illustrated with Drawings by C.F. Tunnicliffe.
26701: T.H. DARLOW - William Robertson Nicoll. Life and Letters.
18007: DARTMOOR - The Dartmoor Guide including the River Dart. Sixth Edition.
12138: DARTMOUTH - Official Guide to Dartmouth.
18037: DARTMOUTH - The Story of St. Petrox Church.
20650: C.J. SAWYER AND F.J. HARVEY DARTON - English Books 1475-1900. A Signpost for Collectors. Volume I [only] Caxton to Johnson. 2000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
9217: CHARLES DARWIN - "The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants. Second Edition, Revised. With Illustrations [by the author's son]. FIRST EDITION IN BOOK FORM; SIGNED MUDIE BINDING"
25673: CHARLES DARWIN - "The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. [Sixth Edition], Fifty-Sixth Thousand. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, FRESH COPY"
10513: BERNARD DARWIN - Tee Shots and Others.
8343: CHARLES DARWIN - "A Naturalist's Voyage. Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries visited during the Voyage of HMS 'Beagle' round the World, under the Command of Captain Fitz Roy. With Portrait."
12143: CHARLES DARWIN - "The Descent of Man, and Selection in relation to Sex. New [Second] Edition with Illustrations."
15960: CHARLES DARWIN - "A Naturalist's Voyage. Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries visited during the Voyage of HMS 'Beagle' round the World, under the Command of Captain FitzRoy. FIRST EDITION WITH INTEGRATED POSTSCRIPT"
26047: CHARLES DARWIN. - The Voyage of the Beagle. Introduction by [Professor] H. Graham Cannon. [Everyman's Library]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24216: CHARLES DARWIN - The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants. Third Thousand. [Second Edition]. FIRST EDITION IN BOOK FORM AND FINAL TEXT
26172: CHARLES DARWIN. - "The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. [First Edition, Second Issue]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING"
25422: BERNARD DARWIN - "British Golf. [Britain in Pictures series]. BRIGHT, CLEAN IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
12907: CHARLES DARWIN - "A Naturalist's Voyage. Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries visited during the Voyage of HMS 'Beagle' round the World, under the Command of Captain FitzRoy. Seventeenth Thousand."
26371: CHARLES DARWIN - "The Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of Worms with Observations on their Habits. Thirteenth Thousand. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
26852: B. DARWIN - War on the Line. The Story of the Southern Railway in War-Time. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26363: CHARLES DARWIN. - "The Autobiography of Charles Darwin 1809-1882. With original Omissions restored. Edited with Appendix and Notes by his Grand-Daughter Nora Barlow. [Second Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
17556: CHARLES DARWIN - "The Descent of Man, and Selection in relation to Sex. Second Edition, Revised and Augmented. Twenty-Third Thousand."
25361: CHARLES DARWIN - "The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. Sixth Edition, with Additions and Corrections to 1872. (Thirty-Third Thousand). BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
18908: CHARLES DARWIN - "The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. [Popular Impression, Thirteenth to Eighteenth Thousand]. UNUSUALLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23815: BERNARD DARWIN - Playing the Like [Sportsman's Book Club edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
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9297: A.I. DASENT - The History of St. James's Square and the Foundation of the West End of London. With a Glimpse of Whitehall in the Reign of Charles the Second. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY
23470: G.W. DASENT. - East o' the Sun and West o' the Moon. Illustrated by Edna Cooke. [Newbery Classics edition].
26181: ALPHONSE DAUDET. - The Works of Alphonse Daudet. Numa Roumestan. To which is added Rose and Ninette. Translated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley. Illustrated by Adrien Moreau. 1000 COPIES WERE PINTED
27630: E. DAUDET - "Madame Royale. Daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Her Youth and Marriage. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23029: (ARTHUR BARBOSA). ALPHONSE DAUDET. - Letters from my Mill. Translated by John P. Macgregor. [Illustrated by Arthur Barbosa. First UK Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21631: ALPHONSE DAUDET. - Tartarin of Tarascon. Translated by J.M. Cohen. Lithographs by M. Lin-Desportes.
18848: ALPHONSE DAUDET - "Tartarin sur les Alpes. Nouveaux Exploits du Heros Tarasconnais. Illustre d'Aquarelles par Aranda, de Beaumont, Montenard, de Myrbach, Rossi. Gravure de Guillaume freres. HANDSOME PRIZE COPY IN CONTEMPORARY SIGNED BINDING"
27776: C. DAVENPORT - Beautiful Books.
1211: CYRIL DAVENPORT - The English Regalia. FINE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE CROWN JEWELS. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
16536: C. DAVENPORT - Royal English Bookbindings.
10257: R. DAVEY - East Sussex Land Tax 1785.
10252: R. DAVEY - "East Sussex Parliamentary Deposited Plans 1799-1970. Schemes for Railways, Canals, Harbours, Roads, Tramways, Piers and Public Utilities."
26330: W. DAVEY - Hail and Farewell. Some Notes on the Domestic Life of the Portsmouth Marines.
20381: ELIZABETH DAVID. - French Provincial Cooking. Illustrated by Juliet Renny.
18684: ELIZABETH DAVID. - Summer Cooking. Illustrated by Adrian Daintrey. . ECOND IMPRESSION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
14522: ELIZABETH DAVID - Cooking with Le Creuset.
14519: ELIZABETH DAVID - "Dried Herbs, Aromatics and Condiments."
14520: ELIZABETH DAVID - The Baking of an English Loaf.
24451: ELIZABETH DAVID - "Elizabeth David Classics. [Comprising A Book of Mediterranean Food, French Country Cooking and Summer Cooking. Illustrated by John Minton. Preface by Jane Grigson]."
19101: ELIZABETH DAVID. - French Provincial Cooking. Illustrated by Juliet Renny. [Cookery Book Club Edition].
27546: S. DAVID - The Indian Mutiny 1857. [Fourth Impression]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
15999: ELIZABETH DAVID - English Bread and Yeast Cookery. With Illustrations by Wendy Jones. [Fifth Impression thus].
26951: ELIZABETH DAVID - An Omelette and a Glass of Wine .
22142: ELIZABETH DAVID. - "A Book of Mediterranean Food. Decorated by John Minton. [Recipes from Provence, Greece, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Syria, Egypt and North Africa]. FIRST PAPERBACK EDITION OF DAVID'S FIRST BOOK"
17247: ELIZABETH DAVID - French Country Cooking. Decorated by John Minton. [Third Impression].
14740: ELIZABETH DAVID. - French Country Cooking. Decorated by John Minton. [Reprint of Second Edition].
14797: ELIZABETH DAVID. - "A Book of Mediterranean Food. Decorated by John Minton. [Recipes from Provence, Greece, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Syria, Egypt and North Africa. Sixth Impression]."
14529: ELIZABETH DAVID. - Is There a Nutmeg in the House?.
5766: ELIZABETH DAVID - Summer Cooking. Illustrated by Adrian Daintrey.
13701: ELIZABETH DAVID. - English Bread and Yeast Cookery. With Illustrations by Wendy Jones. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13035: ELIZABETH DAVID - "Spices, Salt and Aromatics in the English Kitchen."
26950: ELIZABETH DAVID. - Harvest of the Cold Months. A Social History of Ice and Ices. Edited by Jill Norman.
14521: ELIZABETH DAVID - Syllabubs and Fruit Fools. [Second Impression]
24365: ELIZABETH DAVID. - Summer Cooking. Line Drawings by Adrian Daintrey. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24658: ELIZABETH DAVID. - "A Book of Mediterranean Food. Line Drawings by John Minton. [Recipes from Provence, Greece, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Syria, Egypt and North Africa]. IN DUSTWRAPPER"
19660: ELIZABETH DAVID - "Spices, Salt and Aromatics in the English Kitchen. [Second Impression]."
17720: H.H. DAVIDIAN - The Rhododendron Species. Vols. I-IV. COMPLETE SET TO DATE IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
16695: (FIELD-MARSHAL DOUGLAS HAIG). J. DAVIDSON - Haig. Master of the Field. With a Foreword by Lord Trenchard.
9699: ALAN DAVIDSON - North Atlantic Seafood.
13950: B. DAVIDSON - Special Operations Europe. Scenes from the Anti-Nazi War [Second Impression].
15102: L. DAVIDSON - Making Good Again.
15337: (CHARLOTTE KNOX). ALAN DAVIDSON. - Fruit. A Connoisseur's Guide and Cookbook. [Illustrated by Charlotte Knox].
18465: J. DAVIDSON - Notes on the Antiquities of Devonshire which date before the Norman Conquest. [First and Sole Edition in book form]. PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR WITH A.L.
5048: ALAN DAVIDSON - North Atlantic Seafood.
20525: J.E. EDMONDS AND MAJ.-GEN. H.R. DAVIES - [Official] History of the Great War. Military Operations Italy 1915-1919. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY
16770: J. DAVIES - Lower Deck.
14216: W.H. DAVIES - "The Adventures of Johnny Walker, Tramp [Florin Books edition]. he Adventures of Johnny Walker, Tramp [Florin Books edition]."
15888: C. DAVIES (ED.) - English Pronunciation from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century. A Handbook to the Study of Historical Grammar. Selected and edited by Constance Davies. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
15662: O. DAVIES - The Quaternary in the Coastlands of Guinea.
9708: B. BRAITHWAITE N. WALSH AND G. DAVIES - "Ragtime to Wartime. The Best of Good Housekeeping 1922-1939. [With Contributions from Virginia Woolf, Ogden Nash, Lady Violet Bonham-Carter, Godfrey Winn, Eric Linklater & Beverley Nichols. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
13951: (JACYNTH PARSONS). W.H. DAVIES. - Forty-Nine Poems. Selected and illustrated by Jacynth Parsons.
8205: G.C. DAVIES - "Norfolk Broads and Rivers. Or the Water-Ways, Lagoons and Decoys of East Anglia. New [Second] Edition."
9709: B. BRAITHWAITE AND N. WALSH AND G. DAVIES - "Home Sweet Home. The Best of Good Housekeeping 1922-1939. With Contributions from Rebecca West, Lady Violet Bonham-Carter, E.F. Benson, Vera Brittain & Evelyn Waugh. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26179: M. DAVIES - A Murder of Crows. The Story of Penally. [Preface by Dillwyn Miles]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17724: A.M. DAVIES - Tertiary Faunas. A Handbook for Oilfield Palaeontologists and Students of Geology. Vol. II: The Sequence of Tertiary Faunas.
15570: (ALFRED WAINWRIGHT). A. DAVIES - Wainwright. The Biography.
19440: M. DAVIES. - Athenae Britannicae (1716-1719). Introduction by R. George Thomas. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
27624: W.H. DAVIES - "Later Days. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
5370: W. DAVIES - Fort Regent. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
27231: J.H. DAVIES - Catalogue of Manuscripts. Volume I. Additional Manuscripts in the Collections of Sir John Williams. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED; NEAR FINE COPY
11543: W.E. DAVIES - Fly Dressing and some Tackle-Making.
3478: G.C. DAVIES - "Norfolk Broads and Rivers. Or, the Water-Ways, Lagoons and Decoys of East Anglia. New [Second] Edition. With Illustrations. REMARKABLY CLEAN COPY"
14964: W. DAVIES - The Pursuit of Music. he Pursuit of Music [Third Impression].
5912: OBSERVER'S DIRECTORY OF ROYAL NAVAL SUBMARINES 1901-1982. WITH DRAWINGS BY JOHN LAMBERT. FOREWORD BY VICE-ADMIRAL SIR LANCELOT BELL DAVIES. - "4to., First Edition, with a frontispiece and numerous photographs and illustrations in the text; cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. The first [and only] single volume work listing every RN submarine from Holland 1 to Trafalgar"
17138: R. DAVIES - Tarring. A Walk through its History.
19764: (LE PLAY SOCIETY). A. DAVIES. - Polish Studies. With a Foreword by Professor H.J. Fleure. LE PLAY SOCIETY: POLISH STUDIES IN BUCKRAM
24601: LYN DAVIES - A is for Ox. A Short History of the Alphabet. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
15863: W.H. DAVIES - Young Emma. With a Foreword by C. . Wedgwood.
24001: RHYS DAVIES - The Story of Wales. [Britain in Pictures series. Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18192: V. DAVIS - A Guide to Snowdon and the Vale and Pass of Llanberis. Guide to Snowdon and the Vale and Pass of Llanberis.
26898: C.C. DAVIS - The Marine and Fresh-Water Plankton. AJB RUDGE's COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20385: D. BISHOP AND W.J.K. DAVIS - Railways and War before 1918.
24866: D.J. DAVIS - The Thames Sailing Barge. Her Gear and Rigging. [Second Impression].
23294: (DON GREER). L. DAVIS. - Bent & Battered Wings. Volume 2. USAAF/USAF Damaged Aircraft 1935-1957. Illustrated by Don Greer. NEAR FINE COPY
3756: C.E. DAVIS - Ancient Landmarks of Bath. Or Notes of Pagan and Christian Antiquities in and around Aquae Sulis (Bath). [Sole Edition]. REMARKABLY CLEAN COPY
18067: D. BISHOP AND W.J. K DAVIS. - Railways and War since 1917.
12764: T.B. DAVIS - The Story of 98th Field Regiment (Surrey and Sussex Yeomanry Q.M.R) RA (TA) and 144th Field Regiment (Surrey and Sussex Yeomanry) RA (TA) 1939-1946. With Maps drawn by John Flower. [Preface by C.G. Cubitt]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
11287: (JONATHAN SWIFT). H. DAVIS - Stella. A Gentlewoman of the Eighteenth Century. [Alexander Lectures 1942].
23282: L. DAVIS. - C-47 Skytrain in Action. Aircraft No. 149. FINE COPY
11403: J.C. DAVIS - Bowden to Harborough. The Story of the Town of Market Harborough and its Two Villages. Great Bowden and Little Bowden.
23285: (DON GREER). L. DAVIS. - B-17 in Action. Illustrated by Don Greer. Aircraft No. 63. Squadron/Signal Publications. NEAR FINE COPY
14975: H.E. GERBER AND W.E. DAVIS - Thomas Hardy. An Annotated Bibliography of Writings About Him. COMPLETE SET
227: (CHARLES DICKENS). G.W. DAVIS - The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Some new bibliographical Discoveries.
18041: C.R. GRUNDY AND S.L. DAVISON - Illustrated Guide to the Lady Lever Collection [at Port Sunlight]. llustrated Guide to the Lady Lever Collection [at Port Sunlight].
20243: G.S. DAVISON - The Story of the Ulster. The World's Fastest Road Race. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18387: G.S. DAVISON - The Story of the Manx. A Companion Volume to 'The Story of the TT'.
23365: M.J.B. DAVY - Interpretative History of Flight. A Survey of the History and Development of Aeronautics with particular Reference to contemporary Influences and Conditions. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
64: C.R. DAWES - "Restif de la Bretonne, 1734-1806. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
3070: N.P. DAWNAY - "The Distinction of Rank of Regimental Officers, 1684 to 1855."
18261: M.P. DAWNAY - "The Standards, Guidons and Colours of the Household Division 1660-1973. 150 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
22186: G. DAWS - Prisoners of the Japanese. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16784: A.J. DAWSON - Peter of Monkslease. IN FULL MOROCCO
20170: K. DAWSON. - Son of a Gun. Illustrated by Charles Simpson.
12074: L. DAWSON - "Wings over Dorset. Aviation's Story in the South. [Second Edition, revised and extended]. SIGNED BY WING COMMANDER BOB DOE"
4773: J. WENTHWORTH DAY - The New Yeoman of England. With a Foreword by the Duke of Grafton.
9815: J. WENTWORTH DAY - The New Yeomen of England. With a Foreword by the Duke of Grafton.
3057: NAVAL SHIPBUILDERS OF THE WORLD. FROM THE AGE OF SAIL TO THE PRESENT DAY. - "8vo., First Edition, with plates and numerous maps and plans in the text; cloth, gilt back, a mint copy in the dustwrapper. Covers all major nations and includes a bibliography."
13235: ANON. NORMANDY D-DAY.. - D-Day: 50th Anniversary of the Normandy Landings. The Official Guide to the Anniversary Events.
19836: J. WENTWORTH DAY - "Norwich and the Broads. [British Towns and Cities series]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
3016: J. WENTWORTH DAY - Broadland Adventure.
22290: (WARWICK GOBLE). L.B. DAY. - Folk Tales of Bengal. Illustrated by Warwick Goble. FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION
6003: THE 'LONDONS' OF THE BRITISH FLEET. HOW THEY FACED THE ENEMY ON THE DAY OF BATTLE AND WHAT THEIR STORY MEANS FOR US TO-DAY. - "8vo., First Edition, on laid paper, with a coloured frontispiece, title in red and black, and 20 plates (a number coloured); original cloth, gilt back, uncut, covers very lightly age-soiled else a near fine copy. Detailed account of the several ships of this name, from the first man o' war of 1657 to the flagship at Spithead in 1902. Uncommon, especially in this condition."
19703: K.R. DAY - The Alvis Car 1920-1966. [Sixth Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19491: W. DAY - Turf Celebrities I have known.
2434: R. DEACON [PSEUD. DONALD MCCORMICK] - "A Biography of William Caxton. The First English Editor, Printer, Merchant and Translator. EDITOR'S WORKING COPY WITH A.L.s"
12336: FOREST OF DEAN FOREST OF DEAN. - The Wye Valley and the Royal Forest of Dean. Official Guide. Published for the Wye Valley and Royal Forest of Dean Publicity Board.
16685: I. DEAR - Ten Commando 1942-1945.
25382: P. DEARMER. - Highways and Byways in Normandy. With Illustrations by Joseph Pennell. FIRST POCKET EDITION
21614: FRANK DEBENHAM. - Navigation with Alice. Illustrated by Anne Scarisbrick.
14592: E. GORDON AND A.F.L. DEESON - The Book of Bloomsbury.
15317: DANIEL DEFOE. - Moll Flanders. Introduction by G. . Aitken].
1087: DANIEL DEFOE - A Journal of the Plague Year. Being Observations of the most remarkable Occurrences as well publick as private which happened in London during the last great Visitation. With Illustrations by Leslie Atkinson. 2000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
16051: DANIEL DEFOE - "The Fortunate Mistress: or, a History of the Life and vast Variety of Fortunes of Mademoiselle de Beleau, afterwards call’d the Countess of Wintselsheim, in Germany being the Person known by the Name of the Lady Roxana in the Time of King Charles II. he Fortunate Mistress: or, a History of the Life and vast Variety of Fortunes of Mademoiselle de Beleau, afterwards call’d the Countess of Wintselsheim, in Germany being the Person known by the Name of the Lady Roxana in the Time of King Charles II."
15744: DANIEL DEFOE. - "A Tour thro' the whole Island of Great Britain. With which is included, a Set of Maps of England and Wales, divided into Counties; and a Map of Scotland. Composed by Hermann Moll. With an Introduction FIRST COMPLETE RE-ISSUE. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
19219: DANIEL DEFOE. - "The Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner, as related by Himself. With One Hundred and Twenty original Illustrations by Walter Paget. IN FULL MOROCCO"
19994: DANIEL DEFOE. - "A Journal of the Plague Year, being Observations or Memorials of the most remarkable Occurrences which happened in London during the last great Visitation. With Illustrations by Leslie Atkinson. EDITION LIMITED TO 2000 COPIES"
19442: DANIEL DEFOE. - Of Captain Misson (1728). Introduction by Maximilian E. Novak. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
27855: D]. [DEFOE - "A Tour thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain. Divided into Circuits or Journeys. Giving a Particular and Entertaining Account of whatever is Curious. The Fifth Edition, with very great Additions. IN CONTEMPORARY SPECKLED CALF"
8190: DANIEL DEFOE. - "An Account of the Conduct and Proceedings of the Pirate Gow (the Original of Sir Walter Scott's Captain Cleveland). Reprinted from the Original Edition, with Preface and Notes [by John R Russell]. 250 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
19221: DANIEL DEFOE - "The Fortunate Mistress: or, a History of the Life of Mademoiselle de Beleau afterwards call'd the Countess of Wintselsheim, being the Person known as Lady Roxana in the Time of Charles II. 775 COPIES WERE PRINTED; THIS COPY IN FULL MOROCCO"
1199: [E.] DEGAS - An Exhibition sponsored by the Edinburgh Festival Society. And arranged jointly wuth the Royal Scottish Academy and the Arts Council at the Tate Gallery London 1952.
26923: RICHARD DEHAN [PSEUD. C.I.M. GRAVES] - That Which Hath Wings. A Novel of the Day. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25771: LEN DEIGHTON - XPD. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21268: LEN DEIGHTON - City of Gold. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26292: LEN DEIGHTON - "Spy Story. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26293: LEN DEIGHTON - "Mamista. [First Australian Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26294: LEN DEIGHTON - Violent Ward. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26295: LEN DEIGHTON - "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Spy. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
26298: LEN DEIGHTON - Bomber. Events relating to the last Flight of an RAF Bomber over Germany on the Night of June 31st 1943. GOOD WORKING COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
26297: LEN DEIGHTON - "Blood, Tears and Folly. In the Darkest Hour of the Second World War. With Maps and Drawings by Denis Bishop. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26291: LEN DEIGHTON. - "Fighter. The True Story of the Battle of Britain. With an Introduction by A.J.P. Taylor. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26289: LEN DEIGHTON - Bomber. Events relating to the last Flight of an RAF Bomber over Germany on the Night of June 31st 1943. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
6164: LEN DEIGHTON - Berlin Game. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22182: L. DEIGHTON. - Blitzkrieg. From the Rise of Hitler to the Fall of Dunkirk. With a Foreword by W.K. Nehring. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
21509: LEN DEIGHTON - Goodbye Mickey Mouse. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22253: L.M. LAGNADO AND S.C. DEKEL. - Children of the Flames. Dr. Josef Mengele and the untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20817: P. DELAFORCE - Marching to the Sound of Gunfire. [North-West Europe 1944-5].
10669: P. DELAFORCE - Battles with Panzers: Monty's Tank Battalions. 1 RTR and 2 RTR at War.
10671: P. DELAFORCE - Monty's Iron Sides. From the Normandy Beaches to Bremen with the 3rd Division.
16216: P. DELAFORCE - "Churchill's Desert Rats 2. 7th Armoured Division in North Africa, Burma, Sicily and Italy."
22069: P. DELAFORCE - The Fighting Wessex Wyverns. From Normandy to Bremerhaven with the 43rd Wessex Division.
11621: P. DELAFORCE - Smashing the Atlantic Wall. The Destruction of Hitler's Coastal Fortresses.
11541: P. DELAFORCE - Marching to the Sound of Gunfire. North West Europe 1944-1945.
11544: P. DELAFORCE - Monty's Highlanders. [51st Highland Division in World War Two].
11540: P. DELAFORCE - Churchill's Desert Rats. From Normandy to Berlin with the 7th Armoured Division.
6960: P. DELAFORCE - The Polar Bears. From Normandy to the Relief of Holland with the 49th Division.
10666: P. DELAFORCE - Taming the Panzers: Monty's Tank Battalions. 3 RTR at War.
24801: FRANK DELANEY. - Betjeman Country. Photographs by James Ravilious. Drawings by Leonora Ison. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
21673: FRANK DELANEY - Ireland. A Novel. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11863: (BILL BRANDT). P. DELANY - Bill Brandt. A Life.
24953: L. ANDRE-DELASTRE. - [Your Name Your Saint]. Saint Agnes. Translated by Rosemary Sheed.
2914: E.R. DELDERFIELD - A Guide to Church Furniture.
15042: E.R. DELDERFIELD - The Visitor's Brief Guide to the Torbay Area of Devon. Written and compiled by Eric R Delderfield. Third Edition.
9232: (MATTHEW BOULTON). E. DELIEB. - The Great Silver Manufactory. Matthew Boulton and the Birmingham Silversmiths 1760-1790. Research collaboration by Michael Roberts.
14299: JAMES DELINGPOLE - Coward at the Bridge.
12451: JAMES DELINGPOLE - Coward on the Beach. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
14297: JAMES DELINGPOLE - Coward on the Beach.
14298: JAMES DELINGPOLE - Coward at the Bridge. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
14658: RICHARD F. DELL (ED.) - The Records of Rye Corporation. A Catalogue edited by Richard F. Dell.
2026: K. DELVE - Nightfighter. The Battle for the Night Skies.
18470: C. DEMARNE - The London Blitz. A Fireman's Tale.
16366: D. WOOD AND D. DEMPSTER. - The Narrow Margin. The Battle of Britain and the Rise of Air Power 1930-1940. [Foreword by Air Chef Marshal the Lord Dowding. Revised and Best Edition].
15879: E. DENNETT - "The Name Above Every Name. Being Papers on the Excellency, Exaltation and Supremacy of Christ. [First Edition?]."
15163: P. DENNIS - The Territorial Army 1906-1940.
2180: H. DENNY - Behind both Lines.
23475: B. DENNY - Chelsea Past. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22913: R. WAKE AND P. DENTON. - Bedales School. The First Hundred Years [1893-1993]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17183: W. DENTON - Records of St. Giles' Cripplegate. Giles' Cripplegate.
25658: (ADMIRALTY). NAVAL STAFF INTELLIGENCE DEPARTMENT - ID. 1211. A Manual of Alsace-Lorraine. June 1919.
21014: LAVINIA DERWENT. - The Fisher Boy. Illustrated by Dorothy Clark.
18902: RENE DESCARTES. - Discourse on Method and other Writings. Translated with an Introduction by Arthur Wollaston. NEAR FINE FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN CLASSICS
17168: (THOMAS HUXLEY). A. DESMOND - Huxley: The Devil's Disciple [with] Huxley: Evolution's High Priest. [The definitive biography]. COMPLETE SET IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
9738: EDWARD JULIUS DETMOLD (ILLUS.) - The Arabian Nights. Tales from the Thousand and One Nights. Illustrated by E.J. Detmold. [Third Impression thus].
18662: A.P. DETSICAS - Excavations at Eccles 1972. Eleventh Interim Report. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
18663: A.P. DETSICAS - Excavations at Eccles 1973. Twelfth Interim Report. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
15666: (THEODORE JAMES RYKEN). J. DEVADDER - "Rooted in History. The Life and Times of T.J. Ryken, Founder of the Xaverian Brothers. Volume I: The Vision [with] Volume II: The Test. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
6223: D. DEVENISH - A Wiltshire Home. A Study of Little Durnford. Introduction by Edith Olivier.
10866: T. DEVEREUX - "Messenger Gods of Battle. Radio, Radar, Sonar: the Story of Electronics in Battle."
16371: (OXFORD MOVEMENT). BLANCHE DEVEREUX. - Star of Mercia. Historical Tales of Wales and the Marches. With an Introduction by Ernest Rhys. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
23303: D. DEVINE. - "Claims of the Lesser Creeds. Foreword by Rev. F.W. Norwood. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
15409: R. DEW - A History of the Parish and Church of Kilkhampton. With an Introduction by the Bishop of Truro.
18969: D. DEWAR - Himalayan and Kashmiri Birds. Being a Key to the Birds commonly seen in Summer in the Himalayas and Kashmir.
24990: COLIN DEXTER - The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn. [Inspector Morse]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10484: COLIN DEXTER - Service of all the Dead. [Inspector Morse].
11924: (CHARLES DICKENS). W. DEXTER (ED.) - The Dickensian. A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. Vol. XXIX. Winter Number 1932/33. No.
10483: COLIN DEXTER - The Dead of Jericho. [Inspector Morse].
10488: COLIN DEXTER - The Wench is Dead. [Inspector Morse].
10490: COLIN DEXTER - The Way through the Woods. [Inspector Morse]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
10493: COLIN DEXTER - The Remorseful Day. SIGNED COPY
18779: COLIN DEXTER - Death is now my Neighbour. [Inspector Morse].
18214: COLIN DEXTER - Inspector Morse. The Complete Collection.
10489: COLIN DEXTER - The Jewel that was Ours. [Inspector Morse]. SIGNED COPY
10486: COLIN DEXTER - The Riddle of the Third Mile. [Inspector Morse].
25985: COLIN DEXTER - Last Bus to Woodstock. THE FIRST INSPECTOR MORSE NOVEL
10491: COLIN DEXTER - The Daughters of Cain. [Inspector Morse]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
17541: COLIN DEXTER - The Daughters of Cain. [Inspector Morse]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10492: COLIN DEXTER - Death is now my Neighbour. [Inspector Morse]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
10487: COLIN DEXTER - The Secret of Annexe 3. [Inspector Morse].
20890: COLIN DEXTER - The Jewel That Was Ours. [Inspector Morse].
19790: SEMEN DEZHNEV. - The Voyage of Semen Dezhnev in 1648: Bering's Precursor. With Selected Documents by Raymond H Fisher. [Hakluyt Society]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
10598: BERNAL DIAZ. - The Conquest of New Spain. Translated and with an Introduction by J.M. Cohen.
14004: FRED DIBNAH - Fred Dibnah Remembered.
27288: A.V. DICEY - Lectures on the Relation between Law & Public Opinion in England during the Nineteenth Century.
25481: (HUGH THOMSON). C.H. DICK. - Highways and Byways in Galloway and Carrick. With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. FIRST POCKET EDITION IN PUBLISHER'S CALF
16597: CHARLES DICKENS - The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. Reproduced in Facsimile from the Original Motnhly Parts of 1838-9. With an Essay by Michael Slater.
13280: P. DICKENS - Warship Profile 20: HMS Hesperus. HMS Hesperus. Ex-Brazilian 'H'-Class Destroyer.
24903: CHARLES DICKENS - "Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy. Lirriper's Legacy. The Extra Christmas Number of All The Year Round, conducted by Charles Dickens, for Christmas 1864. IN THE ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
27638: C. DICKENS - Household Words Christmas Stories 1851-1858. Conducted by Charles Dickens. [Second Edition].
16291: CHARLES DICKENS (ED.) - "Stories from the Christmas Numbers of 'Household Words' and 'All The Year Round' 1852-1867. Edited, with Introduction and Notes, By Charles Dickens the Younger. IN PUBLISHER'S DE LUXE BINDING"
18628: CHARLES DICKENS - "Sketches by Boz illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People. With forty Illustrations by George Cruikshank. New Edition, complete. [FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. FIRST ISSUE]"
10756: CHARLES DICKENS - The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Illustrated by S.L. Fildes. FIRST EDITION IN BOOK FORM
26937: CHARLES DICKENS. - "Dealings with the Firm of Dombey & Son, Wholesale, Retail and for Exportation. [Introduction by G.K. Chesterton. Everyman's Library]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
14070: CHARLES DICKENS. - Dickens' London. Essays selected and introduced by Rosalind Vallance. Engravings by George Cruikshank. [Fifth Impression thus].
24651: CHARLES DICKENS. - My Early Times. Compiled and edited by Peter Rowland. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
16294: CHARLES DICKENS. - "The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. With Forty-Three Illustrations by Seymour and 'Phiz', and an Introduction by Bernard Darwin. [New Oxford Illustrated Dickens]. IN PUBLISHER'S DE LUXE BINDING"
17949: (FRANK REYNOLDS). CHARLES DICKENS. - The Personal History of David Copperfield. Illustrated in Colour by Frank Reynolds. NEAR FINE COPY
21637: CHARLES DICKENS. - The Letters of Charles Dickens. Edited by his Sister-in-Law and his Eldest Daughter. IN FULL MOROCCO
11930: (CHARLES DICKENS). THE DICKENSIAN - The Dickensian: A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. Vol. XXV. Summer Number 1929. No.
11927: (CHARLES DICKENS). THE DICKENSIAN - The Dickensian: A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. Vol. XXVI. Autumn Number 1930. No.
11928: (CHARLES DICKENS). THE DICKENSIAN - The Dickensian: A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. Vol. XXVII. Winter Number 1930/31. No.
11929: (CHARLES DICKENS). THE DICKENSIAN - The Dickensian: A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. Vol. XXVII. Spring Number 1931. No.
11922: (CHARLES DICKENS). THE DICKENSIAN - The Dickensian: A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. A Magazine for Dickens Lovers. Vol. XXVIII. Autumn Number 1932. No.
27539: B. READE AND F. DICKINSON - "Aubrey Beardsley. Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum 1966. Catalogue of the original Drawinmgs, Letters, Manuscripts, Paintings; and of Books, Posters, Photographs, Documents, etc. NEAR FINE COPY WITH CORRIGENDA"
16023: (MATTHEW BOULTON). H.W. DICKINSON - Matthew Boulton.
957: J.C. DICKINSON - Monastic Life in Mediaeval England.
11871: B.J. DICKSON - Steam Portraits 1960-1966.
15215: L. DICKSON - The House of Words. [An Autobiography]. EXCISED PROOF COPY
22462: W.D. DICKSON - The Battle of the Philippine Sea. Sea Battles in Close-Up 13. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20922: C.C. DICKSON - Croydon Airport Remembered.
17335: CAROLINE DILKE - The Sly Servant. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
1200: E. DILKE - French Painters of the XVIIIth Century. 200 COPIES WERE PRINTED
17942: D. DILLARD - The Economics of John Maynard Keynes. The Theory of a Monetary Economy. [Third Impression].
15820: T. DE DILLMONT - "DMC [Dollfus-Mieg & Co] Library. Encyclopedia of Needlework. New Edition, Revised and Enlarged. NEAR FINE COPY"
22271: M. DILLON. - The Shankill Butchers. A Case Study of Mass Murder. [Foreword by Conor Cruise O'Brien]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23827: W.H. DILLON. - A Narrative of my Professional Adventures (1790-1839). Volume I: 1790-1802 [only]. Edited by Michael A. Lewis.
6444: GEORGE DILNOT - The Trial of Professor John White Webster. With an Introduction by George Dilnot. [Famous Trials series]. TENNYSON JESSE'S COPY WITH BOOKPLATE
12368: R. DIMBLEBY - The Frontiers are Green.
20061: E.J. DINGLE - China's Revolution 1911-1912. A Historical and Political Record of the Civil War. CIVIL WAR IN CHINA
26933: F. DINN. - The Observer's Book of Music. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19980: ISAAC DISRAELI. - "Curiosities of Literature. A New Edition, edited with Memoir and Notes by his Son the Rt. Hon. B. Disraeli. COMPLETE SET IN WHOLLY UNRESTORED PUBLISHER'S BINDING"
3774: LAKE DISTRICT - A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to the English Lake District. With an Outline Guide for Pedestrians. Twentieth Edition - Revised.
23208: LAKE DISTRICT - Lovely Lakeland. Illustrated by 55 Photogravures comprising all the Lakes and a Map. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
14060: P.H. DITCHFIELD - English Villages. Second Edition.
5204: P.H. DITCHFIELD. - The Charm of the English Village. Illustrated by Sydney R Jones.
21935: C. DIVALL - Wellington's Worst Scrape. The Burgos Campaign 1812.
20596: M. DIVER - Royal India. A Descriptive and Historical Study of India's Fifteen Principal States and their Rulers.
27912: DAVID DIVINE - "These Splendid Ships. The Story of the Peninsular and Oriental Line. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
16954: A.D. DIVINE - Dunkirk.
5922: A.D. DIVINE - Navies in Exile.
21305: NAVAL INTELLIGENCE DIVISION - Belgium. February 1944. [Publication Code] BR 521 (Restricted).
11801: (BRITISH ARMY). 43RD (WESSEX) DIVISION - Service of Thanksgiving to God after the Campaign in North West Europe by the 43rd (Wessex) Division. ervice of Thanksgiving to God after the Campaign in North West Europe by the 43rd (Wessex) Division.
17124: 53RD WELSH DIVISION. - Team Spirit. The Administration of the 53rd Welsh Division during Operation Overlord June 1944-May 1945.
3977: (US ARMY). 10TH INFANTRY DIVISION - "[Illustrated Review of] Company A, 87th Infantry. Second Lieut. George E Weber, Commanding. Camp Funston, Fort Riley, Kansas."
13017: PC GEORGE DIXON [PSEUD. T. WILLIS AND C. HATTON] - Dixon of Dock Green. My Life.
14206: CONCISE DNB - The Concise Dictionary of National Biography from earliest Times to 1985.
7349: DNB - The [Concise] Dictionary of National Biography. Founded in 1882 by George Smith. The Concise Dictionary. Part 1. From the Beginnings to 1900. Being an Epitome of the Main Wotrk and its Supplement [with] Part II. 1901-1970 [complete set].
68: B. DOBELL - Catalogue of a Collection of Privately Printed Books; compiled and annotated by Bertram Dobell. Part III [only].
24235: P. DOBEREINER. - Down the Nineteenth Fairway. Illustrated by Tim Havers. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16060: C. DOBINSON - AA Command. Britain's Anti-Aircraft Defences of World War II.
19145: BONAMY DOBREE - English Essayists. [Britain in Pictures series].
27483: A. DOBSON - Horace Walpole. A Memoir. [With Bibliography of Books printed at the Strawberry Hill Press]. WITH STRAWBERRY HILL BIBLIOGRAPHY
23186: E.J. DOBSON - English Pronunciation 1500-1700. ORIGINAL EDITION COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
15064: W.T. DOBSON - "History of the Bassandyne Bible. The First Printed in Scotland, with Notices of the Early Printers of Edinburgh."
23442: T. DOCHERTY - Swift to Battle. No. 72 Squadron RAF in Action. NEAR FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
18102: J.P. DODD - A History of Frodsham and Helsby. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
9655: (GEORGE ELIOT). D. DODDS. - George Eliot Country. Edited by F.J. Cross.
16859: (JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER). C. DODGSON. - The Etchings of James McNeill Whistler. Edited by Geoffrey Holme.
21852: F.E. DODMAN - The Observer's Book of Ships.
19446: ROBERT DODSLEY. - An Essay on Fable (1764). Introduction by Jeanne K Welcher and Richard Dircks. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
20156: E.G. DODSON - Speakers and Clerks of the Virginia House of Delegates 1776-1955. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
19600: R. DODWELL - Barkshire or Berkshire. Pocket County Companion.
24250: R. DOHERTY - Only the Enemy in Front. (Every other Beggar behind). The Recce Corps at War 1940-1946.
20297: EDMUND HILLARY AND D. DOIG. - High in the Thin Cold Air.
14598: ROBERT DOISNEAU. - Robert Doisneau. Photographs. Translation by Vivienne Menkes. [First English Edition].
9773: H. DOLLINGER - The Decline and Fall of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. A Pictorial History of the Final Days of WWII. Technical Adviser Dr. Hans-Adolf Jacobsen. Translated from the German by Arnold Pomerans.
18873: A. DOLMETSCH - The Interpretation of Music of the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries revealed by contemporary Evidence. he Interpretation of Music of the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries revealed by contemporary Evidence.
26928: E. DOLNICK - Down the Great Unknown. John Wesley Powell's 1869 Journey of Discovery and Tragedy through the Grand Canyon. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18130: D. DONALD - Lincoln Reconsidered. Essays on the Civil War Era.
26321: A.J. DONALD - The Story of Colours in the Royal Marines.
17472: J. DONALD - Long Crendon: A Short History. Part I: up to 1800; Part II: 1800-1914.
692: A. DONALD - "The Posts of Sevenoaks in Kent. An Account of the Handling and Transportation of the Written Communication of Sevenoaks District (Westerham to Wrotham, Biggin Hill to Edenbridge) on the Road to Rye and Hastings."
25723: (P.G. WODEHOUSE). F. DONALDSON - P.G. Wodehouse. A Biography. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
15781: J. DONEUX - They arrived by Moonlight. [With a foreword by Nigel West].
21573: J.K. DONISTHORPE - British Ants. Their Life-History and Classification. SECOND [AND BEST] EDITION
1421: J.P. DONLEAVY - A Singular Man. [First UK Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23987: JOHN DONNE. - John Donne. Dean of St. Paul's. Complete Poetry and Selected Prose. Edited by John Hayward. [Nonesuch Press. Seventh Impression thus]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23272: M. DONNE - Leader of the Skies. Rolls-Royce: The First Seventy-Five Years. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10592: JOHN DONNE. - "No Man is an Island. A Selection from the Prose of John Donne. Selected, edited and introduced by Rivers Scott."
20871: T. DONOVAN - Glances. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17295: (FANNY BURNEY). M.A. DOODY - Frances Burney. The Life in the Works.
18461: M.G. DOONER - "The Last Post. Being a Roll of all Officers (Naval, Military or Colonial) who gave their Lives for their Queen , King and Country in the South African War 1899-1902. [Fascimile Reissue]."
21927: F. DORIAN - The History of Music in Performance. The Art of Musical Interpretation from the Renaissance to our Day. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
23585: DORKING - Hand-Book of Dorking. Second Edition. TEXTUAL WORKING COPY
13972: C.C. DORMAN - Carlisle (Citadel) Railway Scene.
16702: P. DORNAN - Diving Stations. The Story of Captain George Hunt. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4073: J.G. DORRIAN - "Storming St. Nazaire. The Gripping Story of the Dock-Busting Raid March, 1942."
10721: J.A. VAN DORSTEN - "Poets, Patrons and Professors. Sir Philip Sidney, Daniel Roger and the Leiden Humanists."
8765: J.A. VAN DORSTEN - Thomas Basson 1555-1613. English Printer at Leiden. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO SIR ROY STRONG
25495: M. DOSTER - "Reflections. Presented by Dr. Irene Krawehl, Margaretha Ley, Werner Wunderlich. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
11632: FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY. - Stavrogin's Confession and The Plan of the Life of a Great Sinner. With introductory and explanatory Notes. Translated by S.S. Koteliansky and Virginia Woolf. REVIEW COPY
23242: FEODOR DOSTOEVSKY. - A Raw Youth. Translated by Constance Garnett with an Introduction by Konstantin Mochulsky and illustrated with Wood-Engravings by Fritz Eichenberg. SIGNED BY THE ILLUSTRATOR; 2000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
19794: (S.S. KOTELIANSKY). FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY. - New Dostoevsky Letters. Translated from the Russian by S.S. Koteliansky.
23536: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). CHARLES MONTAGU DOUGHTY. - Travels in Arabia Deserta. Introduction by T.E. Lawrence. Preface by Rory Stewart. EDITION LIMITED TO 780 COPIES
21878: CHARLES MONTAGU DOUGHTY. - Wanderings in Arabia. Being an Abridgement of 'Travels in Arabia Deserta'. [Second Impression thus].
27838: C.M. DOUGHTY - "Travels in Arabia Deserta. With a New Preface by the Author, Introduction by T E. Lawrence, and all original Maps, Plans and Illustrations [Thin-Paper Edition]."
12131: E. DOUGLAS - The Cake and Biscuit Book. SPLENDID COPY OF THE SOLE EDITION
1423: NORMAN DOUGLAS - An Almanac. Decorated by Enid Marx.
9072: S. DOUGLAS - "Years of Command. The Second Volume of Autobiography of Sholto Douglas, Marshal of the Royal Air Force. With Robin Wright. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23227: V. DOVER - The Sky Generals. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
12053: C. DOVER (ED.) - A Companion to the Lancelot-Grail Cycle. Companion to the Lancelot-Grail Cycle.
19868: J. WAKE AND A.B.C. DOVER. - "Notes on Earls Barton Church, Northamptonshire [All Saints]. otes on Earls Barton Church, Northamptonshire [All Saints]."
17104: J. DOWDEN - The Workmanship of the Prayer Book in its Literary and Liturgical Aspects.
5496: M.K. DOWDING - Old Wiltshire Market Towns and Villages. Illustrated by M.E. Sargent.
2973: J.G. DOWLING - "An Introduction to the Critical Study of Ecclesiastical History. Attempted in an Account of the Progress, and a Short Notice of the Sources, of the History of the Church. SPLENDID ASSOCIATION AND PRESENTATION COPY IN ORIGINAL BINDING"
19463: J. DOWNES. - Roscius Anglicanus (1708). Introduction by John Loftis. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
27860: D. DOWNING - The Devil's Virtuosos. German Generals at War 1940-5. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16804: J. VENIARD AND D. DOWNS - Fly-Tying Problems and their Answers.
9765: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE - The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrations by Sidney Paget.
10791: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE - The Doings of Raffles Haw.
23307: A.C. DOYLE - The British Campaign in France and Flanders 1914-[1918]. COMPLETE SET IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH
11152: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE - The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes. [Tauchnitz Edition]. IN SOLANDER CASE
17483: A.C. DOYLE - The Great Boer War. Eighth Impression.
1995: (RICHARD ALDINGTON). C. DOYLE - Richard Aldington. A Biography. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10355: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE - The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes.
19142: ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE. - The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated [by Sidney Paget]. Vol. II. IN FULL MOROCCO
22255: E. DOYLERUSH - The Legend of Llandwrog. The Story of an Airfield and the Birth of the RAF Mountain Rescue Service. FINE COPY
15308: MARGARET DRABBLE - A Natural Curiosity. Natural Curiosity.
15674: MARGARET DRABBLE - A Natural Curiosity. LIMITED TO 150 NUMBERED AND SIGNED COPIES
2526: PHIL DRABBLE. - Country Seasons. Photographs by Stanley Potter. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19083: P. DRABBLE - County Books. Staffordshire.
8308: MARGARET DRABBLE - The Realms of Gold. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
8309: MARGARET DRABBLE - Jerusalem the Golden. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
18650: E. DRAGETESCU. - Impressioni Disegni e Techniche Miste su Carta (1940-1983). Dal 7 Giugno al 7 Luglio 1986. [Introduction by Vito Caringella].
18786: W.H. DRAPER - Hammersmith. A Study in Town History. IN THE ORIGINAL BOARDS
19744: JO DRAPER. - Thomas Hardy's England. Introduced and edited by John Fowles. Written by Jo Draper. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
5492: FULL POWER TRIALS. POEMS AND DRAWINGS. - "Oblong 4to., First Edition, on laid paper, with a frontispiece, title in blue and black, and several full-page illustrations in the text; original paper wrappers, sewed as issued, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. EDITION LIMITED TO 200 NUMBERED COPIES DESIGNED AND PRINTED BY ERIC CLEAVE (THIS COPY NO. 173). With a copy of the pre-publication flyer loosely inserted."
10046: THEODORE DREISER - Dawn. A History of Myself.
22682: B. DREW - The London Assurance. A Second Chronicle. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1424: JOHN DRINKWATER - A Man's House. A Play in three Acts. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
2042: J. DRINKWATER - A Book for Bookmen. Being edited Manuscripts & Marginalia with Essays on several Occasions [dedicated to Thomas J Wise].
145: "(MAGDALEN COLLEGE, OXFORD). G. DRIVER" - "List of Books printed before 1641 in the Library of Magdalen College, Oxford. Of which the Bodleian Library has no copy."
11937: S.R. DRIVER - The Book Of Genesis. With Introduction and Notes.
11663: W.W. DRUETT - Harrow through the Ages.
4454: W.W. DRUETT - Harrow through the Ages.
17971: W.W. DRUETT - Harrow through the Ages [Third and Revised Edition]. arrow through the Ages [Third and Revised Edition].
9101: THE DRUM A ROYAL TOURNAMENT TRIBUTE TO THE MILITARY DRUM. - "8vo., First Edition, with a frontispiece and very numerous coloured and monochrome photographs and illustrations in the text; original coloured pictorial wrappers, a fine copy."
23914: J.D. DRUMMOND - But for these Men. [Second Edition].
15751: J.D. DRUMMOND - A River runs to War. [The Story of the Clyde in WWII].
16402: J.D. DRUMMOND - But for these Men. ORIGINAL EDITION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
24576: ANTHONY DEANE-DRUMMOND - Arrows of Fortune. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25636: W. DRUMMOND - An Exhibition of Portraits and Figures by Artists bron in 17th to 20th Centuries. FINE COPY
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17754: LISTENING FOR THE DRUMS. - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece, 27 plates, 5 facsimiles and 2 maps in the text, and endpaper maps in red and black; red cloth, gilt back, a very good, clean copy. The author's record of a quarter of a century's service in India, Afghanistan and the Boer war."
9190: JOHN DRYDEN - "Cleomenes. The Spartan Heroe. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal. Written by Mr. Dryden. To which is prefixt the Life of Cleomenes."
12908: A. DRYDEN (ED.) - Memorials of Old Warwickshire.
22425: L. GORDON-DUFF - With the Gordon Highlanders to the Boer War and Beyond. The Story of Captain Lachlan Gordon-Duff 1880-1914. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
15711: H.M. DUFFUS - Strawberry Girls. [First and Sole Edition].
18652: A.R. DUFTY - William Morris and the Kelmscott Estate.
18653: (WILLIAM MORRIS). A.R. DUFTY - Kelmscott. An Illustrated Guide.
11019: E.T.S. DUGDALE (ED.) - "German Diplomatic Documents 1871-1914. Selected and translated by E. .S. Dugdale. Volume IV [this volume only]. The Descent to the Abyss, 1911-1914. With Introductions by Sir Malcolm Robertson and Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond."
11411: W.H. DUIGNAN - Worcestershire Place Names. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
26773: (HANS FELIX JESCHKE). M. DUKE - No Passport. The Story of Jan Felix.
2057: (HANS FELIX JESCHKE). M. DUKE - No Passport. The Story of Jan Felix. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
11302: M. DUKE. - Slipstream. The Story of Anthony Duke. With a Foreword by Lt.-Col. A P Scotland.
3223: M. DUKE. - Top Secret Mission. With a Preface by Bruce Marshall.
14512: EDMUND DULAC (ILLUS.) - Sinbad the Sailor and other Stories from The Arabian Nights.
15374: W.H. GARZKE AND R.O. DULIN - Battleships. Allied Battleships of World War II. [Illustrated by T.G. Webb].
15376: W.H. GARZKE AND R.O. DULIN - Battleships. United States Battleships of World War II. [Illustrated by T.G. Webb].
15375: W.H. GARZKE AND R.O. DULIN - Battleships. Axis and Neutral Battleships of World War II. [Illustrated by T.G. Webb].
10601: ALEXANDRE DUMAS - La Dame aux Camelias. Illustrations by Jennifer Campbell.
27240: A. DUMAS - Dumas on Food. Selections from Le Grand Dictionnaire de Cuisine. Translated by Alan and Joan Davidson. Introduced by Alan Davidson. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
21311: J. JORDAN AND R. DUMAS. - French Battleships 1922-1956. [Second and Best English Edition].
22085: ALEXANDRE DUMAS. - The Three Musketeers. Introduced by George Macdonald Fraser. Illustrated by Roman Pisarev. NEAR FINE COPY IN SLIP-CASE
27741: A. DUMAYNE - Southgate. A Glimpse into the Past. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17981: R. DUNAYEVSKAYA. - Marxism and Freedom. From 1776 until Today. With a Preface by Herbert Marcuse.
20516: J. DUNBAR - Golden Interlude. The Edens in India 1836-1842.
23710: WILLIAM DUNBAR. - William Dunbar. The Poems. FINE SET
16348: J. DUNBAR - A Prospect of Richmond. Prospect of Richmond.
7100: (DAME FLORA ROBSON). J. DUNBAR - Flora Robson. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM DAME FLORA ROBSON
23728: WILLIAM DUNBAR. - William Dunbar. The Poems. Edited by John Small (1893). FINE SET
2562: J. DUNCAN - My Friend the Swallow.
17102: J.G. DUNCAN - Digging Up Biblical History. Recent Archaeology in Palestine and its Bearing on the Old Testament Historical Narratives. The Croall Lectures for 1928-1929 amplified.
22221: E. WEBB AND J. DUNCAN. - "Blitz over Britain. With Contributions from Pat Barrett, Cahal Dallat, Sam Dodd and David Price. Edited by John Walton. Maps by Andras Bereznay. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
558: A.G. DUNCAN - The Long Bridge of Bideford and Bideford under the restored Monarchy.
17719: U.K. DUNCAN - Introduction to British Lichens.
22199: N.W. DUNCAN - AFV 15. Panzerkampwagen I and II.
25155: A. DUNDAS - The South Downs. A Painted Year. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
20069: COCHRANE. A LIFE OF ADMIRAL THE EARL OF DUNDONALD. WITH A FOREWORD BY THE 14TH EARL OF DUNDONALD. - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece, 23 plates on 16 and a double-page map in the text, fore-edges very lightly spotted; blue cloth, a very good, clean copy in unclipped, lightly age-soiled dustwrapper. NMM II/1, 395."
20063: A. DUNHAM - Political Unrest in Upper Canada 1815-1836.
693: J. DUNLOP - The Pleasant Town of Sevenoaks. A History.
20766: A. MARTENS AND D. DUNLOP. - The Silent War. Glimpses of the Dutch Underground and Views on the Battle of Arnhem. With Daphne Dunlop. NEAR FINE COPY UNCLIPPED IN DUSTWRAPPER
15414: E.E. DUNLOP. - The War Diaries of Weary [Edward] Dunlop. Java and the Burma-Thailand Railway 1942-1945. Foreword by Sir Laurens van der Post. [First UK Edition].
24805: I. DUNLOP - Edward VII and the Entente Cordiale. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26548: C.L. DUNN - "The Emergency Medical Services. Volume II. Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Principal Air Raids on Industrial Centres in Britain. [Official History of the Second World War. United Kingdom Medical Series]."
23642: (DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI). HENRY TREFFRY DUNN. - "Recollections of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and his Circle. Or, Cheyne Walk Life. Henry Treffry Dunn. Edited by Rosalie Mander. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
13971: J.C. DUNN - "The War the Infantry knew 1914-1919. A Chronicle of Service in France and Belgium. [With the Second Battalion, His Majesty's Twenty-Third Foot, The Royal Welch Fusiliers: founded on Personal Records. [Second (First Trade) Edition]."
24244: N. DUNNE - The Redhill Story. The Redhill Story.
9194: J. DUNNING - The Fighting Fourth. No.4 Commando at War 1940-1945.
26217: G. DUNNING. - Where bleed the Many. With a Foreword by Brian Horrocks. [Third Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
610: G.C. DUNNING - "Bronze Age Settlements and a Saxon Hut near Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire."
15754: G.C. DUNNING - "The History of Niton, Isle of Wight."
23862: LORD DUNSANY - "Tales of War. Second Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16638: LORD DUNSANY - Rory and Bran. IN FULL MOROCCO
11059: G.R. DUNSTAN (ED.) - "The Register of Edmund Lacy, Bishop of Exeter, 1420-1455. Registrum Commune. Vol. IV [this volume only]."
13255: A.A. DURAND - Stalag Luft III. The Secret Story.
25855: JOHN DURNFORD[-SLATER]. - Branch Line to Burma. With a Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. [Second Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25249: LAWRENCE DURRELL - "The Avignon Quintet [comprising Monsieur, Livia, Constance, Sebastian, Quinx]. THE AVIGNON QUINTET COMPLETE IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS"
14991: LAWRENCE DURRELL - Sicilian Carousel. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
7749: GERALD DURRELL - Encounters with Animals. With illustrations by Ralph Thompson.
21142: LAWRENCE DURRELL - Tunc. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25242: LAWRENCE DURRELL - Livia or Buried Alive. A Novel. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
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23899: LAWRENCE DURRELL. - Caesar's Vast Ghost. Aspects of Provence. Photographs by Harry Peccinotti. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
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27385: L. DURRELL - The Greek Islands. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
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1432: (EDWARD MORTELMANS). GERALD DURRELL. - Catch me a Colobus. Drawings by Edward Mortelmans.
1427: LAWRENCE DURRELL - The Ikons and other Poems.
13101: GERALD DURRELL - The Mockery Bird. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
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8608: LAWRENCE DURRELL - Nunquam. A Novel. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
34539: FATHER OF THE SUBMARINE. THE LIFE OF THE REVEREND GEORGE GARRETT PASHA. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition, with plates; green cloth, gilt back, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
34545: RUNNING THE PALESTINE BLOCKADE. THE LAST VOYAGE OF THE PADUCAH. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition, with frontispiece and plates; ivory boards, purple cloth back, lettered in gilt,a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
31026: TARS. THE MEN WHO MADE BRITANNIA RULE THE WAVES. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition, with coloured and monochrome plates; black cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Detailed survey of life in the eighteenth-century Royal Navy, based on first-hand accounts by members of the ship's companies of HMS MONMOUTH and HMS DRAGON."
35792: THE FIGHTING ISRAELI AIR FORCE [1948-1984]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "Roy. 8vo., First Edition, with numerous photographs and illustrations throughout; red cloth, backstrip lettered in silver, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
31738: OECONOMY AND DISCIPLINE. OFFICERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION IN THE BRITISH ARMY 1714-1763. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition; red cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. SCARCE."
34449: AIR WARFARE IN THE MISSILE AGE. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition, with photographs and maps in the text; red cloth, backstrip lettered in silver, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
34462: ANATOMY OF A PHENOMENON. UNIDENTIFIED OBJECTS IN SPACE. A SCIENTIFIC APPRAISAL. THE ORIGINAL EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition, with photographs, illustrations and diagrams in the text, small neat contemporary signature on front free endpaper; blue cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in unclipped, lightly browned dustwrapper. With the errata alip mounted facing Preface. VERY SCARCE, ESPECIALLY IN THIS CONDITION."
22214: A MILITARY HISTORY OF IRELAND. [SECOND IMPRESSION]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "Roy. 8vo., Second Impression, with numerous photographs and maps throughout; red cloth, gilt back, green endpapers, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Published in the same month as the first edition."
34550: RULE BRITANNIA. THE VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN NAVY NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition, with very numerous photographs throughout; navy cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in price-clipped dustwrapper."
35429: GERMANY'S ARMY AND NAVY BY PEN AND PICTURE. COMPILED FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES BY GUSTAV A. SIGEL WITH IMPORTANT ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE GERMAN ARMY BY MAJOR-GENERAL VON SPECHT. [FACSIMILE REISSUE] NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "Folio, with coloured frontispiece and numerous fine coloured plates; blue cloth, backstrip lettered in silver, blue endpapers, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. High qaulity facsimile reissue of the original edition of 1900. The coloured plates are superb chromo-lithographs from the turn of the century."
32700: COCHRANE. [BRITANNIA'S SEA-WOLF. SECOND EDITION]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., Second Edition, with plates; grey cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. First published by Deutsch in 1978."
22760: THE CHINESE STEAM NAVY 1862-1945. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "4to., First Edition, with numerous photographs in the text; pale green cloth, backstrip lettered in yellow, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
4629: WARSHIP IDENTIFICATION. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER - "4to., First Edition, with many hundreds of scaled silhouettes in the text; navy cloth, backstrip lettered in silver, a near fine copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. The best and most comprehensive operational manual for the systematic coding and reporting of ship features."
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35976: HMS CENTAUR 1943-1972. FOREWORD BY REAR-ADMIRAL ST. JOHN STEINER. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER - "4to., First Edition, with frontispiece and very numerous coloured and monochrome photographs in the text, and pictorial endpapers; red cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in dustwrapper. Detailed account of one of the Royal Navy's major post-war warships, from builders to breakers, drawing on first hand accounts and including many previously unpublished photographs. SCARCE."
35410: THE ARMIES OF INDIA. PAINTED BY MAJOR A.C. LOVETT. DESCRIBED BY MAJOR G.F. MACMUNN. WITH A FOREWORD BY FIELD-MARSHAL EARL ROBERTS. [FACSIMILE REISSUE] FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., with frontispiece, fine coloured plates, and numerous illustrations in the text; green cloth, gilt back, a fine copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. Much-needed reissue of the original edition of 1911."
35771: AIR WAR VIETNAM. [FIRST UK EDITION]. FIRST UK EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition thus, with photographs and maps; blue cloth, backstrip lettered in black, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Published simultaneously with the US edition."
35181: FALKLANDS COMMANDO. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER - "8vo., First Edition, with numerous plates and maps; olive cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION."

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