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26140: I.G GILCHRIST - Scenes and Sails on the Firth of Clyde. With Fifty-One Camera Studies by the Author. [Second Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13490: [J.A.] GILES - "History of Witney. With Notices of the Neighbouring Parishes and Hamlets, Cogges, Crawley, Curbridge, Ducklington, Hailey, Minster Lovel, and Stanton Harcourt. [Facsimile re-issue]."
12558: J. GILES - The Somme then and now. [Revised Edition].
12560: J. GILES - The Western Front then and now. From Mons to the Marne and Back.
17883: J. GILES - Flanders then and now. The Ypres Salient and Passchendaele. [Third and Best Edition].
20124: J.A. GILES - "History of the Parish and Town of Bampton, with the District and Hamlets belong to it. [With Appendix of original Documents]. Second Edition, enlarged and corrected. [Facsimile reissue]. THE SCARCE FIRST FACSIMILE"
16080: A. GILL - The Great Escape. The full dramatic Story with Contributions from Survivors and their Families. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11382: S. GILL - Blood in the Sea. HMS Dunedin and the Enigma Code. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13013: (NATIONAL TRAMWAY MUSEUM). D.. GILL - The Crich Tramway Museum [now The National Tramway Museum]. Official Handbook of the Tramway Museum Society. Compiled by Dennis Gill.
22907: A. GILL - The Journey Back From Hell. Conversations with Concentration Camp Survivors. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23690: G.J. BRIERLEY I.B. GAILEY AND W.F. GILLESPIE - The Territorials in Northern Ireland 1947-1992. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16852: M. GILLIES - Waiting for Hitler: Voices from Britain on the Brink of Invasion.
16177: A.E.R. GILLIGAN - Sussex Cricket. With a Foreword by K. . Duleepsinhji.
20277: F.J. GILLMAN - The Evolution of the English Hymn. An Historical Survey of the Origins and Development of the Hymns of the Christian Church. With a Foreword by Sir H. Walford Davies.
17123: EDMUND V. GILLON JR. (ED.) - "Beardsley's Illustrations for Le Morte D'Arthur. Reproduced in Facsimile from the Dent Edition of 1894-94. Arranged by Edmund V. Gillon, Jr."
4590: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). ROBERT GILMORE. - Sketches of Bird Life. Introduction and Commentary by Robert Gillmor. [Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9601: K. GILZIN - "Sputniks and After. [The Soviet Account of Travel in Space]. [Translated from the Russian by Pauline Rose, Supplementary Material translated from the Russian by Dmitri Nesteroff. Illustrated by N. Kolchitsky]."
22737: (PABLO PICASSO). C. GIMENEZ (ED.). - Picasso Twentieth Century 1901-1972. Essay by Francisco Calvo Serraller [with] Collection Museo Picasso Malaga. FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
22981: EVGENIA GINZBURG. - Within the Whirlwind. [First English Edition] Translated by Ian Boland. Introduction by Heinrich Boll. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23276: W. GIRBIG - Six Months to Oblivion. The Eclipse of the Luftwaffe Fighter Force. [PBS Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21252: (ENGLISH CIVIL WAR). RICHARD GIRLING - Sprigg's War. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19095: H.J. GISKES - London Calling North Pole. [With Appendix by H. .G. Lauwers].
1493: ROBERT GITTINGS - Young Thomas Hardy. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
27754: R. GITTINGS - This Tower My Prison and other Poems. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
27278: (JOHN KEATS). ROBERT GITTINGS - "The Mask of Keats. A Study of Problems. BRIGHT, CLEAN CPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
11226: ROBERT GITTINGS - Young Thomas Hardy [with] The Older Hardy. [Complete set].
12018: ROBERT GITTINGS - John Keats. The Living Year. 21 September 1818 to 21 September 1819.
24761: (JOHN KEATS). ROBERT GITTINGS - John Keats. [Second Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26461: J. GLANCEY - John Betjeman on Trains. FINE COPY
13169: A. GLASFURD (ED.) - Guide to the Church of Southease.
19119: GLASTONBURY - A Guide to Glastonbury and its Abbey. A short History of the Abbey Ruins and other notable Buildings: together with Ground Plan.
13375: WING-COMMANDER I. GLEED. - Arise to Conquer. With a Foreword by Flight Lieutenant John Strachey. [Second Impression].
13373: T.J. WALDON AND J. GLEESON - The Frogmen. The Story of the Wartime Underwater Operators. [Second Impression].
21570: (E.M.E. GLENISTER). A.G. GLENISTER. - "The Birds of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore and Penang. An Account of all the Malayan Species, with a Note of their Occurrence in Sumatra, Borneo and Java and a List of the Birds of those Islands. [Illustrated by E.M.E. Glenister]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
6527: G. GLENNY - "Glenny's Hand-Book to the Flower Garden & Greenhouse. Comprising the Description, Cultivation, and Management of all the Popular Flowers and Plants grown in this Country; with a Calendar of Monthly Operations for the Flower Garden and Greenhouse."
18279: W. GLENTON - Mutiny in Force X.
817: E.L. GLEW - "History of the Borough and Foreign of Walsall, in the County of Stafford. FRESH, CLEAN COPY"
22215: G. GLIDDON. - The Battle of the Somme. A Topographical History (originally 'When the Barrage Lifts'). With a Foreword by Corelli Barnett. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22121: G. GLIDDON - VCs of the First World War. The Somme. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22109: G. GLIDDON - VCs of the First World War. Arras & Messines 1917. [Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14263: E. GLINERT - The London Compendium. Exploring the Hidden Metropolis.
6234: (MARJORY WHITTINGTON). JOHN GLOAG. - "The Englishman's Castle. A History of Houses, large and small, in Town and Country, from AD 100 to the Present Day. With Drawings by Marjory Whittington. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23875: M. GLOVER - That Astonishing Infantry. Three Hundred Years of the History of The Royal Welch Fusiliers (23rd Regiment of Foot) 1689-1989. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23745: S. GLOVER. - "The History of the County of Derby: drawn up from actual Observation, and from the best Authorities; containing a Variety of Geological, Mineralogical, Commercial and Statistical Information. Edited by Thomas Noble. THE SCARCE ORIGINAL EDITION"
21717: J. GLOVER - The Place Names of Sussex.
20550: JOHN BAGOT GLUBB - Britain and the Arabs. A Study of Fifty Years 1908-1958.
18616: JOHN BAGOT GLUBB - The Empire of the Arabs.
27622: J.B. GLUBB - "War in the Desert. An RAF Frontier Campaign. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
17276: JOHN BAGOT GLUBB - Britain and the Arabs. A Study of Fifty Years 1908-1958.
17278: J.B. GLUBB - A Soldier with the Arabs. Soldier with the Arabs.
23226: JOHN BAGOT GLUBB - The Great Arab Conquests [with] Empire of the Arabs [with] The Course of Empire. THE 'ARAB' TRILOGY COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
23173: J.B. GLUBB - The Story of the Arab Legion. IN FULL MOROCCO
11613: ELINOR GLYN - The Price of things.
10744: ANTHONY GLYN - I can take it all. WITH THE PROMOTIONAL WRAP-AROUND
22172: GLYNDEBOURNE - Festival Opera Glyndebourne 1969. 25 May - 4 August. J. Massenet Werther; W.A. Mozart: Cosi Fan Tutte; C. Debussy: Pelleas et Melisande; W.A. Mozart: Don Giovanni.
6661: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). D. GOACHER - Origin. Third Series. [No. 12]. Featuring Denis Goacher. January 1969. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM GOACHER TO HENRY WILLIAMSON
22387: GODALMING - Six View Letter Card of Godalming. FINE COPY
10909: E.H. GODDARD (ED.) - "The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, published under the Direction of the Society formed in that County A.D. 1853. No. CXIX. June 1913. Vol. XXXVIII."
20077: G. GODDARD. - "Diary of Thomas Burton, Member in the Parliaments of Oliver and Richard Cromwell from 1656 to 1659: containing an Account of the Parliament of 1654. Edited by John Towill Rutt. COMPLETE SET IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH"
4272: H. CANON. GODDARD - "Wiltshire Bibliography. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Pamphlets and Articles bearing on the History, Topography and Natural History of the County. Part I: Wiltshire as a Whole; Part II: Individual Parishes arranged alphabetically."
4880: H. CANON. GODDARD - "Wiltshire Bibliography. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Pamphlets and Articles bearing on the History, Topography and Natural History of the County. Part I: Wiltshire as a Whole; Part II: Individual Parishes arranged alphabetically."
22755: RUMER GODDEN. - The Greengage Summer. Foreword by Jane Murray Flutter. Introduction by Jane Asher. Illustrations by Aafke Brouwer. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
20634: G.A. GODDEN - Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks. [Seventh Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24430: RUMER GODDEN - The Peacock Spring. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
21911: RUMER GODDEN - The Dark Horse.
18565: F. GODDIO - Griffin. On the Route of an Indiaman.
9200: W.H. GODFREY - "At the Sign of the Bull, Lewes. With Plans and Illustrations."
27647: W.H. GODFREY - "A History of Architecture in London. Arranged to illustrate the Course of Architecture in England until 1800, with a Sketch of the preceding European Styles. With a Preface by Philip Norman. NEAR FINE COPY"
13181: W.H. GODFREY (ED.) - "Guide to the Church of St. John the Baptist, Kirdford. John the Baptist, Kirdford."
26624: W.H. GODFREY (ED.) - "The Official Guide to Lewes. Published by a Joint Committee of the Town Council, Lewes Chamber of Commerce, and the Lewes Scientific and Literary Society. BRIGHT WARTIME ISSUE"
12576: RIEGATE REDHILL CATERHAM. WARLINGHAM. GODSTONE.. - Barnett's Street Plan with Index.
2920: WILLIAM GODWIN - "Essay on Sepulchres. Or, a Proposal for erecting some Memorial of the illustrious Dead in all Ages on the Spot where their Remains have been interred. 'WHERE IS SHAKESPEAR[sic]'? SPLENDID COPY IN CONTEMPORARY CALF"
21521: F. GODWIN - Mission to Samarkand. A Novel. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9085: (NAPOLEON). J. GODWIN - "Beaudesert, the Pagets and Waterloo."
17718: H. GODWIN - The History of the British Flora. A Basis for Phytogeography. [Second Edition].
15099: (ADOLF HITLER). J. GOEBBELS (COMP.) - Pictures from the Life of the Fuhrer.
25564: J.W. GOETHE. - Italian Journey (1786-1788). [Translated from the German by W. . Auden and Elizabeth Mayer]. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
17185: C. GOFFE - Character in Crisis. Forty Meditation Outlines on the Friends and Foes of Jesus in his Passion. With Introduction by an Ordinary Person.
6554: VINCENT VAN GOGH. - The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh to his Brother 1872-1886. With a Memoir by his Sister-in-Law J. van Gogh-Bonger.
17916: V. VAN GOGH - The Complete Letters of Vincent Von Gogh. With Reproductions of the all the Drawings in the Correspondence.
14972: (JOHN CROME). B. GOLDBERG - John Crome the Elder.
26834: LEWIS GOLDEN - Echoes from Arnhem. With a Foreword by General Sir John Hackett. IN DUSTWRAPPER
6052: M. DAVIES AND J. GOLDFINCH (EDS.) - Occasional Papers of the Bibliographical Society. No. 7. Vergil. A Census of Printed Editions 1469-1500. Introduction by R.C. Alston. Introduction by Lotte Hellinga. A Centenary Publication.
15082: R. GOLDING - Mini. [Foreword by Peter Sellers].
12942: WILLIAM GOLDING - Free Fall. [Second Impression].
3511: WILLIAM GOLDING - The Pyramid.
13351: HARRY GOLDING - The Goblin Scouts. Illustrated by Thomas Maybank.
15325: R.L. GOLDMAN - Death Plays Solitaire.
25026: D. GOLDRING - "Nooks and Corners of Sussex and Hampshire. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
27232: L. GOLDSCHMIDT - Hebrew Incunables. A bibliographical Essay. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
21805: OLIVER GOLDSMITH - "Dr. Goldsmith's History of Greece, abridged for the Use of Schools. Goldsmith's History of Greece, abridged for the Use of Schools. The Sixth Edition."
12152: OLIVER GOLDSMITH. - "The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, with an Account of his Life and Writings. A New Edition in Four Volumes. Edited by Washington Irving. IN SIGNED PURGOLD BINDING"
13342: R.F.K. GOLDSMITH - Famous Regiments. The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. (The 32nd and 46th Regiments of Foot). [Introduction by Lt.-Gen. Sir Brian Horrocks].
14090: OLIVER GOLDSMITH - The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith. With a New Life of the Author. HANDSOME SET IN NEAR CONTEMPORARY BINDING
17448: OLIVER GOLDSMITH - The Vicar of Wakefield. [Collins Library of Classics].
23070: (CECIL KEELING). OLIVER GOLDSMITH. - The Citizen of the World. Illustrated by by Cecil Keeling. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
13931: M. GOLDSMITH. - John the Baptist. A Modern Interpretation. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
2978: (RICHARD WESTALL). OLIVER GOLDSMITH. - "The Traveller, The Deserted Village and other Poems. [Embellished with Engravings from the Designs of Richard Westall R.A]."
7649: OLIVER GOLDSMITH - "The Complete Works of Oliver Goldsmith comprising his Essays, Plays and Poetical Works. With a Memoir by William Spalding. New Edition."
26732: WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF GOLDSMITHS - Touching Gold and Silver. 500 Years of Hallmarks. Catalogue of an Exhibition at Goldsmiths' Hall London.
26592: WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF GOLDSMITHS - Goldsmiths' Hall in the City of London. FINE COPY
12324: V. GOLLANCZ - Journey towards Music. A Memoir.
25531: (WINSTON S. CHURCHILL). J. GOLLAND - "Not Winston, Just William?. Winston Churchill at Harrow School. [Third Impression]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR"
22131: J. GOLLEY - John 'Cats's Eyes' Cunningham. The Aviation Legend. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26429: L. GOMME - London. NEAR FINE COPY
13207: JOHN S. GOODALL - An Edwardian Holiday. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22680: JOHN S. GOODALL (ILLUS.). - An Edwardian Summer. [With a Foreword by Harold Macmillan].
16744: G. GOODCHILD - "Yes, Inspector McLean. [Foreword by Alan Sewart]."
16938: F.W. GOODESS - From Stickleback to Salmon. Fifty Years of Fishing: All Truth and No Lies.
26977: A. GOODIER - The Public Life of our Lord Jesus Christ. An Interpretation. [Ninth Impression].
5696: A. GOODINGE - Famous Regiments. The Scots Guards. (The 3rd Guards). [Introduction by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
10677: P. GOODMAN - Moses Montefiore. SPLENDID SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE W H LAPTHORNE COLLECTION
2093: A.W. GOODMAN - The Manor of Goodbegot in the City of Winchester.
26333: R.H. GOODSALL - A Second Kentish Patchwork. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26354: R.H. GOODSALL - The Arun and Western Rother.
15246: P. GOODWIN - Anatomy of the Ship. The Bomb Vessel Granado 1742.
9818: E. GOODWIN - Some were lucky.
27498: T. GOODWIN - Dorset in the Civil War 1625-1665. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9213: T. GOODWIN - "An Account of the Neutral Saline Waters recently discovered at Hampstead. With Chemical Experiments on their Component Parts, Observations on their Medicinal Application and Effects in certain Diseases, and on the different Modes of Bathing. PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR; IN ORIGINAL BOARDS."
13190: P. GOODWIN - Anatomy of the Ship. The 20-Gun Ship Blandford.
25854: R.B. GOODWIN - Hongkong [Hong Kong] Escape. [Fifth Impression].
17824: J. GOODWIN - Burwash and the Sussex Weald. IN DUSTWRAPPER
17593: GOODWOOD - The Goodwood Motor Circuit 1948-1966 [with] The Goodwood Festival of Speed 1993-1997. LIMITED EDITION IN SLIP-CASE
20653: R.A.H. GOODYEAR - Young Rockwood at School.
8333: (EDWARD WHYMPER). W.J. GORDON. - Round about the North Pole. With Illustrations by Edward Whymper.
17625: C. GORDON. - General Gordon's Khartoum Journal. Edited by Lord Elton.
23214: S. GORDON - County Books. Highlands of Scotland.
20712: A.J. WATTS AND B.G. GORDON - The Imperial Japanese Navy.
20681: C.G. GORDON - Letters of General C.G. Gordon to his Sister M.A. Gordon.
12841: E. GORDON - HMS Pepperpot!. The Penelope in World War Two.
15063: D. ST. LEGER-GORDON - County Books. Devonshire.
23026: S. GORDON. - Highways and Byways in the West Highlands. With Illustrations by Sir D. Y. Cameron. And a Glossary of Place-Name Elements with Aids to Pronunciation by W.J. Watson.
20115: I. FELLOWES-GORDON - Amiable Assassins. The Story of the Kachin Guerrillas of North Burma.
14005: S. GORE - Overlanding with Annabel.
27637: E. GORE - "The Better Fight. The Story of Dame Lilian Barker. [Foreword by J.C.W. Methven]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
10416: MAXIM GORKI - Literature and Life. A Selection from the Writings. Introduction by V.V. Mikhailovski. Translated by Edith Bone.
23412: ANTON CHEKHOV. GORKY (M) - The Note-Books of Anton Tchekhov together with Reminiscences of Tchekhov by Maxim Gorky. Translated by S. . Kotelianksy and Leonard Woolf. IN FULL MOROCCO
20343: J.T. GORMAN. - The Lost Crown of Ghorpora. Illustrated by Leo Bates.
17367: C. GOS - Alpine Tragedy. [First English Edition].
12379: GOSPORT GOSPORT. - Burrows Pointer Guide Map of Gosport including Lee-on-the-Solent & Stokes Bay. Third Edition.
12380: GOSPORT GOSPORT. - Burrows Pointer Guide Map of Gosport including Lee-on-the-Solent & Stokes Bay.
19913: PHILIP GOSSE - Memoirs of a Camp-Follower. A Naturalist goes to War [Pocket Library edition]. SIGNED PRESENTATON COPY
19319: (HENRY DOULTON). EDMUND GOSSE. - Sir Henry Doulton. The Man of Business as a Man of Imagination. Edited by Desmond Eyles.
3665: EDMUND GOSSE - English Odes. Selected by Edmund W. Gosse.
18160: EDMUND GOSSE - Leaves and Fruit.
18161: EDMUND GOSSE - Three French Moralists and the Gallantry of France. PRESENTATION COPY
18162: EDMUND GOSSE - Books on the Table.
23611: EDMUND GOSSE - Father and Son. A Study of Two Temperaments. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
19910: PHILLIP HENRY GOSSE - Tenby: a Sea-Side Holiday. APPARENTLY UNRECORDED VARIANT OF THE UNILLUSTRATED ISSUE IN WHOLLY UNRESTORED PUBLISHER'S BINDING
9354: (PIERPONT MORGAN LIBRARY). G. GOTTLIEB. - Pierpont Morgan Library. Early Children's Books and their Illustration. Essay by J.H. Plumb.
25750: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - Gentian Hill. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24324: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - The White Witch. IN FULL MOROCCO
23190: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - The Rosemary Tree. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15144: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - The Joy of the Snow. An Autobiography. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19935: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - The White Witch.
17860: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - The Joy of the Snow. [An Autobiography. First US Edition].
22660: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - Green Dolphin Country. IN FULL MOROCCO
18709: ELIZABETH GOUDGE. - The Little White Horse. Illustrated by C. Walter Hodges. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
24852: (A.R. WHITEAR) ELIZABETH GOUDGE. - Gentian Hill. [African Issue. Illustrated by A.R. Whitear]. AFRICAN ISSUE IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26554: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - "The Scent of Water. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
23403: E. GOUDGE - "The Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Buckler's Hard, Beaulieu. FINE COPY"
22566: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - The Eliots of Damerosehay. FIRST ELIOT OMNIBUS IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24766: (A.R. WHITEAR). ELIZABETH GOUDGE. - The Dean's Watch. [Illustrated by A.R. Whitear]. BRIGHT COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
24635: ELIZABETH GOUDGE - "The Herb of Grace. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16351: (A.R. WHITEAR). ELIZABETH GOUDGE. - The Dean's Watch. Illustrations by A R Whitear.
25937: G.F. GOUGH - "Thirty Days to Dunkirk. The Royal Irish Fusiliers, May 1940. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
16417: R. GOUGH - SOE Singapore 1941-42. OE Singapore 1941-42.
3489: [R.] GOUGH - Conjectures on an Antient [sic] Tomb in Salisbury Cathedral.
3487: R. GOUGH - "Observations on the Round Tower at Brechin, in Scotland."
14354: RICHARD GOUGH. - The History of Myddle. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by David Hey. Photographic Illustrations by Tim Stephens.
5091: R. GOUGH - SOE Singapore 1941-42.
21402: SABINE BARING-GOULD - Jacquetta and other Stories. [Second Edition]. IN WHOLLY UNRESTORED PUBLISHER'S BINDING
19955: M. GARBETT AND B. GOULDING. - Lancaster at War 5: Fifty Years On.
395: UK GOVERNMENT - "Documents concerning German-Polish Relations and the Outbreak of Hostilities between Great Britain and Germany on September 3, 1939."
27944: CANADA AND THE BRITISH ARMY 1846-1871. A STUDY IN THE PRACTICE OF RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT. - "8vo., First Edition, half-title and title lightly spotted; blue cloth, gilt back, backstrip gilt faded but just legible, a very good, clean, crisp copy. Sold from an institution with bookplate and press-mark on front endpapers. Imperial Studies, No. 11, general editor A.P.Newton. This study is based on a dissertation presented to the Faculty of Princeton University in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, and accepted by the Department of History, May 1933. SCARCE. Bruce 2040."
14045: M. GOW - Jottings in a General's Notebook. [Anecdotes from an Army Career]. Michael Gow. Scots Guardsman. Enlisted as a Guardsman 1942. Retired as a General 1986.
19076: E.N. GOWING. - The Story of Prittlewell Church [Essex]. With Illustrations by Alan W. Stapley. NEAR FINE COPY OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION
14574: E.N. GOWING - The Story of Prittlewell Church [Essex]. he Story of Prittlewell Church [Essex].
14575: E.N. GOWING - The Story of Prittlewell Church [Essex]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
17300: (CRIMEAN WAR). T. GOWING. - Voice from the Ranks. A Personal Narrative of the Crimean Campaign by a Sergeant of the Royal Fusiliers. Edited by Kenneth Fenwick.
18346: W.G. GRACE - 'W.G.'. Cricketing Reminiscences and Personal Recollections.
23696: W.G. GRACE. - 'W.G.'. Cricketing Reminiscences and Personal Recollections. Introduction by E.W. Swanton. [Facsimile reissue]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11007: S. LAIRD AND W. GRAEBNER. - Hitler's Reich and Churchill's Britain. A Conversation between Stephen Laird and Walter Graebner.
23484: J. MEIER-GRAEFE. - Vincent Van Gogh. A Biographical Study by J. Meier-Graefe. Translated by J.H. Reece. IN FULL MOROCCO
22284: F. GRAHAM - Northumbria's Lordly Strand. The Northumbrian Coast from Berwick to Tynemouth. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9014: F. GRAHAM - Rothbury and Coquetdale.
14612: F.C.C. GRAHAM - "History of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 1st Battalion (Princess Louise's), 1939-1945. With a Foreword by Major-General G.H.A. MacMillan."
21275: A.W. GRAHAM - The Vows of the Peacock.
14910: (HUGH THOMSON). P.A. GRAHAM. - Highways and Byways in Northumbria. With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson.
17994: H. GRAHAM - "The Annals of the Yeomanry Cavalry of Wiltshire. Vol. II [only]. Being a Complete History of the Prince of Wales's Own Royal Regiment from 1893 to 1908. BRIGHT, FRESH COPY"
25899: KENNETH GRAHAME. - Dream Days. Introduction by Julia Eccleshare. Illustrations by Debra McFarlane. NEAR FNE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
3789: (MAXFIELD PARRISH). KENNETH GRAHAME. - The Golden Age. Illustrated by Maxfield Parrish. BRIGHT COPY IN PICTORIAL CLOTH
22274: S. DE GRAMONT - The Strong Brown God. The Story of the Niger River. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22226: D. MORTON AND J.L. GRANATSTEIN. - Victory 1945. Canadians from War to Peace. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17708: A. GRANFIELD - Bombers over Sand and Snow. 205 Group RAF in World War II.
15694: IAN LYALL GRANT - Burma. The Turning Point.
12489: D.R. GRANT - A Submarine at War. The Brief Life of HMS Trooper. Foreword by Captain Richard Wraith.
20169: L. GRANT - A Chronicle of Rye. Chronicle of Rye.
15737: IAN LYALL GRANT - Burma: The Turning Point. The Seven Battles on the Tiddim Road which Turned the Tide of the Burma War. [Foreword by Field Marshal Lord Bramall]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR WITH A.L.s
10754: J. GRANT - Return to Elysium.
10862: J.L. KERR AND W. GRANVILLE. - The R.N.V.R. A Record of Achievement. With a Foreword by Rear-Admiral G. Thistleton-Smith.
6115: (GERMAN NAVY). THE GRAPHIC - "'The Graphic' Souvenir of the German Navy's Surrender. November, 1918. NEAR FINE COPY WTH ORIGINAL WRAPPERS PRESERVED"
21809: ROBERT GRAVES - Poems (1914-27). EDITION LIMITED TO 115 SIGNED COPIES
11891: WERNER HIRSCHMANN AND DONALD E. GRAVES - "Another Place, Another Time. A U-Boat Officer's Wartime Album with Donald E. Graves. Foreword by Timothy P. Mulligan. Maps by Christopher Johnson. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
12927: (ROBERT GRAVES). RICHARD PERCEVAL GRAVES - "Robert Graves and the White Goddess, 1940-1985."
1452: ROBERT GRAVES - Poems: abridged for Dolls and Princes.
22841: C. GRAVES - The Thin Red Lines. [With an Epilogue by Sir Edward Wilshaw]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
26972: ROBERT GRAVES. - Claudius the God and his Wife Messalina. The Troublesome Reign of Tiberius Claudius Caesar. Introduction by John Mortimer. Illustrations by Neil Packer. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
18933: ROBERT GRAVES - "Antigua, Penny, Puce. FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN"
27449: R. GRAVES - The Greek Myths. Introduced by Kenneth McLeish. Illustrations by Graham Baker. FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
24292: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). ROBERT GRAVES - "Lawrence and the Arabs. Illustrations edited by Eric Kennington. Maps by Henry Perry. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23495: CHARLES GRAVES - The Bamboo Grove and other Poems.
25668: ROBERT GRAVES - "Mrs Fisher or the Future of Humour. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
20291: ROBERT GRAVES - "Good-Bye to all that. New Edition, revised, with a Prologue and Epilogue. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
2278: ROBERT GRAVES - The Shout. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
16876: ROBERT GRAVES - Poems 1926-1930. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
16523: K. GRAVETT - Timber and Brick Building in Kent.
24377: A. BULLEID AND H. STG. GRAY. - The Meare Lake Village. COMPLETE SET IN ORIGINAL BOARDS
1269: T. GRAY - The Popular Beagle.
25506: THOMAS GRAY. - The Poetical Works of Thomas Gray. [Introduction and Life by S. Jones. Embellished with Engravings from the Designs of Richard Westall]. FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION
18094: J.S. GRAY - Victorian and Edwardian Sussex from old Photographs. Introduction and Commentaries by James S Gray. [Third Impression].
18725: J.S. GRAY - Victorian and Edwardian Sussex from old Photographs. Introduction and Commentaries by James S. Gray.
11129: (ETON COLLEGE). THOMAS GRAY - Poems by Thomas Gray [Eton College edition]. oems by Thomas Gray [Eton College edition].
11642: G.J. GRAY - The Earlier Cambridge Stationers and Bookbinders and the first Cambridge Printer.
24776: THOMAS GRAY. - "The Poetical Works of Thomas Gray with some Account of his Life and Writings. The Whole carefully revised; and illustrated by Notes, original and selected. [Edited by S. Jones]. BRIGHT COPY IN NINETEENTH CENTURY ROAN"
23740: THOMAS GRAY. - Poems of Thomas Gray. With Watercolour Illustrations by William Blake. [Commentary by Irene Tayler]. 1000 COPIES WERE PRIINTED
12253: (BARON LINE). A.A. MCALISTER AND L. GRAY - A Short History of H. Hogarth & Sons Limited and Fleet List [Baron Line].
7353: E. GRAY - Hitler's Battleships.
13483: THOMAS GRAY. - Correspondence of Thomas Gray. Edited by the late Paget Toynbee and Leonard Whibley. Vols. I and II only [of III].
23907: E. GRAY - Operation Pacific. The Royal Navy's War against Japan 1941-1945.
5951: E. GRAY - Captains of War.
19682: THOMAS GRAY. - "The Poems of Thomas Gray. With Critical Notes, a Life of the Author, and an Essay on his Poetry by the Rev. John Mitford. [First and Sole Edition thus]. IN FULL MOROCCO"
20864: B. GRAY - Oh My Dear Life! [A Cornish Family Saga. Foreword by R F Edward-Collins]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
13241: E. GRAYLAND - Coasts of Treachery. [Illustrated by W. Jenks].
26957: F. GRAYLING - County Churches. Kent. [Complete set].
27907: T.H.H. GRAYSON - A Short History of the irish Guards [1900-1927].
18576: O.F. GRAZEBROOK - Nicanor of Athens. The Autobiography of an Unknown Citizen.
3433: "THE GREAT ADMIRALS. COMMAND AT SEA, 1587-1945." - "8vo., First Edition, with illustrations and maps in the text; cloth, gilt back, a mint copy in the dustwrapper. Nineteen notable essays on Drake, Tromp, Blake, de Ruyter, Juel, Hawke, de Suffren de Saint-Tropez, Nelson, Miaoulis, Farragut, von Tegthoff, Dewey, Togo, Jellicoe, Scheer, Cunningham, Yamamoto, Spruance and Halsey"
16357: "(MIDLAND BANK, LTD.). A.R. HOLMES AND E. GREEN" - Midland. 150 Years of Banking Success.
25447: (DENNIS PUNNETT). W. GREEN. - The Observer's Book of Aircraft. With Silhouettes by Dennis Punnett. 1968 Edition. [Seventeenth Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19538: (PAUL CESAR HELLEU). RICHARD GREEN - "Paul Cesar Helleu 1859-1927. [Catalogue of] An Exhibition of Oils, Pastels and Drypoints. Opens 9 May 1991. [Foreword by Richard Green. Introduction by Victoria Law. Introductory Essay by Jane Zagel]. NEAR FINE COPY"
19541: RICHARD GREEN - [Catalogue of] An Exhibition of Drawings by Sir William Russell Flint 1880-1969. The Exhibition opens on 23 January 1991. [Foreword by Richard Green. Introduction by Amanda Kavanagh]. NEAR FINE COPY
135: (ANDREW LANG). R.L. GREEN - Andrew Lang. A critical Biography with a short-title Bibliography of the Works of Andrew Lang.
16108: H. GREEN - "Knutsford. Its Traditions and History. With Reminiscences, Anecdotes and Notices of the Neighbourhood. New Foreword by E.L. Burney. New Illustrations by Christopher O'Brien. [Facsimile reissue]. EDITION LIMITED TO 1500 COPIES"
17637: G. GREEN - The Birds of Dorset.
26619: B. GREEN - Dulwich Village. FINE COPY
23102: (EDWARD SEAGO). RICHARD GREEN - [Catalogue of an Exhibition of Works by] Edward Seago 1910-1974.
20916: P. GREEN. - Ice River. Drawings by Jin Crowell.
14682: S. EASTWOOD C. GRAY AND A. GREEN - When Dragons Flew. An Illustrated History of the 1st Battalion The Border Regiment 1939-1945. THE ORIGINAL EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12137: H. GREEN - Famous Regiments. The King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster). (The 4th Regiment of Foot). [Introduction by Lt. Gen. Sir Brian Horrocks].
5148: (WILLIAM COBBETT). D. GREEN - Great Cobbett. The Noblest Agitator.
14231: B. GREEN - Britain at War. [Introduction and text by Benny Green].
756: J.N.L. MYRES AND B. GREEN - "The Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries of Caistor-by-Norwich and Markshall, Norfolk."
19690: E. TYRRELL GREEN - The Thirty-Nine Articles and the Age of the Reformation. An Historical and Doctrinal Exposition in the Light of Contemporary Documents. IN FULL MOROCCO
9591: G. SWANBOROUGH AND W. GREEN. - The Focke-Wulf Fw190.
18945: S. EASTWOOD C. GRAY AND A. GREEN - When Dragons Flew. An Illustrated History of the 1st Battalion The Border Regiment 1939-1945. SECOND REVISED EDITION
25998: S. EASTWOOD C. GRAY AND A. GREEN - When Dragons Flew. An Illustrated History of the 1st Battalion The Border Regiment 1939-1945. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
25424: J. GREEN - Bentley. Fifty Years of the Marque. [With an Appreciation by Stanley Sedgwick].
25349: M.A. GREEN - The Eighteenth Century Architecture of Bath. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
22804: HENRY GREEN. - Loving. Introduced by Lorin Stein. Illustrated by Christopher Corr.
20718: A.H.J. GREEN - "St. John's Chapel and the New Town, Chichester. John's Chapel and the New Town, Chichester."
8629: F.E. GREEN - A History of the English Agricultural Labourer 1870-1920.
26165: KATE GREENAWAY. - "Kate Greenaway. Sixteen Examples in Colour of the Artist's Work. With an Introduction by M.H. Spilemann. [British Artists series]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23615: GRAHAM GREENE. - The Human Factor. Illustrated by Bill Bragg. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
22064: GRAHAM GREENE - Travels with my Aunt. A Novel. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
10786: GRAHAM GREENE - Our Man in Havana. An Entertainment.
12525: GRAHAM GREENE - Monsignor Quixote.
27718: G. GREENE - The Comedians. Introduced by Francis Wheen. Illustrated by Sara Ogilvie. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
22292: GRAHAM GREENE - The Great Jowett. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION
25837: GRAHAM GREENE - Nineteen Stories. IN FULL MOROCCO
26426: GRAHAM GREENE (ED.) - An Impossible Woman. The Memoirs of Dottoressa Moor of Capri. Edited and with an Epilogue.
24493: GRAHAM GREENE - "The Comedians. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
10149: D. GREENE - "Roman Yorkshire. The Ricknild Street [The Route across Brinsworth Common, near Rotherham]. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY WITH T.L.s TO I D MARGARY"
23548: KENT ROBERTS GREENFIELD - The Historian and the Army. [An Historian's Account of how the History of WWII is being written]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
19153: F.M. GREENFIELD - Round About Old Storrington [with] More About Old Storrington. STORRINGTON COMPLETE
6130: M. GREENHALGH - "Lake, Loch & Reservoir Trout Fishing."
21183: P. GREENWOOD - The Second Battle of the Marne 1918. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16717: A.D. GREENWOOD - Lives of the Hanoverian Queens of England. [Complete set].
7047: W. GREENWOOD - Lancashire.
17305: T. GREEVES - Tin Mines and Miners of Dartmoor. A Photographic Record.
14938: W.W. GREG - A Bibliography of the English Printed Drama to the Restoration. [Second Edition. Complete set].
3603: R. GREGER - Battleships of the World. [Translated from the German].
21163: R. GREGER - Austro-Hungarian Warships of World War I.
22994: C-A. DAUBAN AND L. GREGOIRE. - Histoire Contemporaine 1789-1889. Nouvelle Edition.
432: T.E. GREGORY - "The Westminster Bank through a Century. Assisted by Annette Henderson, with a Preface by the Hon. Rupert E. Beckett [Chairman]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23068: B. GREGORY - A History of the Artists Rifles 1859-1947. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19121: R.R.C. GREGORY - "The Story of Royal Eltham. With Illustrations from old Plates and Prints, Sketches by R.W. Gregory and W.H.Browning, and Photographs specially taken by F.W. Nunn..Together with an Index by W.H. Browning.."
23600: K. GRENVILLE - The Secret River. NEAR FINE SIGNED COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
2690: M.S. GRETTON - Burford Past and Present. [Revised Edition].
772: M.S. GRETTON - Burford Past and Present [Revised Edition]. [Revised Edition].
13262: (R.W. KETTON-CREMER). S. CLARKE AND J. GRETTON - R W Ketton-Cremer. An Annotated Bibliography.
27085: J. JOHNSON AND J. GREUTZNER (EDS.) - "The Dictionary of British Artists 1880-1940. An Antique Collectors Club Research Project listing 41,000 Artists. Third Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23148: J. JOHNSON AND J. GREUTZNER (EDS.) - "The Dictionary of British Artists 1880-1940. An Antique Collectors Club Research Project listing 41,000 Artists. [Fourth Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
20159: C.F.C. GREVILLE. - The Greville Memoirs. A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV and King William IV. Edited by Henry Reeve. FIRST SERIES IN ORIGINAL ARMORIAL CLOTH
20160: C.F.C. GREVILLE. - The Greville Memoirs (Third Part). A Journal of the Reign of Queen Victoria from 1852 to 1860. [Edited by Henry Reeve]. THIRD SERIES IN ORIGINAL ARMORIAL CLOTH
19241: E. GREY AND LADY GREY - The Cottage Book. The Undiscovered Country Diary of an Edwardian Statesman. Edited and Introduced by Michael Waterhouse.
11038: (SAMUEL PEPYS). E. GREY - St. Olave's Church. Olave's Church. 'Our own Church' (Samuel Pepys). With Photography by Alf Pyner.
17975: (ROBERT GIBBINGS). VISCOUNT GREY. - The Charm of Birds. Woodcuts by Robert Gibbings.
21125: H.J.C. GRIERSON - "Cross Currents in English Literature of the XVIIth Century. Or, the World, the Flesh and the Spirit, their Actions and Reactions. Being the Messenger Lectures on the Evolution of Civilization, Cornell University 1926-27."
25800: HERBERT GRIERSON - The English Bible. [Britain in Pictures series]. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25421: J. GRIERSON - Air Whaler. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13949: J. GRIERSON - Jet Flight. Foreword by Lord Beaverbrook. IN FULL MOROCCO
18235: J.M. GRIERSON - Records of the Scottish Volunteer Force 1859-1908.
27315: H. GRIEVE - "The Sleepers and the Shadows. Chelmsford: a Town, its People and its Past. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
10244: K. GRIEVES - Sussex in the First World War.
20508: P. GRIFFIN (ED.) - St. Hugh's. Hugh's. One Hundred Years of Women's Education in Oxford.
27112: G. GRIFFIN - The Collegians 1829. [Facsimile reissue]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23767: (RANJIT SINGH). L. GRIFFIN - Rulers of India. Ranjit Singh. THE ORIGINAL EDITION IN FULL MOROCCO
16017: G. GRIFFITH. - The Knights of the White Rose. With Illustrations by Hal Hurst.
14062: F. GRIFFITH - Devon's Past. An Aerial View.
19297: L.W. GRIFFITH - Up to Mametz. ORIGINAL EDITION OF A GREAT WAR CLASSIC
18936: A. GRIFFITHS - Wellington & Waterloo. With an Introduction by Field-Marshal Wolseley.
25871: (HUGH POPHAM). BILL GRIFFITHS - Blind to Misfortune. A Story of Great Courage in the Face of Adversity. [As told to Bill Griffiths]. IN DUSTWRAPPER
17404: M.W. GRIFFITHS - The Eye of Dalarna.
21075: P. GRIFFITHS - The British Impact on India. IN FULL MOROCCO
26100: (GILLIAN ZEINER). JANE GRIGSON. - English Food. An Anthology chosen by Jane Grigson. With Illustrations by Gillian Zeiner.
19956: JANE GRIGSON - Fish Cookery.
24200: JANE GRIGSON. - Food with the Famous. [Second Edition. Foreword by Claudia Roden]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13879: JANE GRIGSON - The Mushroom Feast. Illustrations by Yvonne Skargon.
13697: JANE GRIGSON - The Mushroom Feast. [Illustrations by Yvonne Skargon].
13698: JANE GRIGSON - Charcuterie and French Pork Cookery. Illustrated by M. . Mott.
27850: G. GRIGSON - Wild Flowers in Britain. [Britain in Pictures series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25735: GEOFFREY GRIGSON - Under the Cliff and other Poems. THE AUTHOR'S SECOND BOOK
15480: JANE GRIGSON - Food with the Famous.
15147: G. GRIGSON - Geoffrey Grigson's Countryside. The Classic Companion to Rural Britain.
6308: G. GRIGSON - Freedom of the Parish. [Pelynt in Cornwall]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
17044: ARTHUR GRIMBLE. - A Pattern of Islands. Illustrated by Tom Pomfret.
14874: ARTHUR GRIMBLE. - Return to the Islands. [Illustrated by Rosemary Grimble].
11532: ARTHUR GRIMBLE. - A Pattern of Islands [with] Return to the Islands. THE 'ISLANDS' IN FULL MOROCCO
1049: W.F. GRIMES - The Prehistory of Wales.
19269: (BROTHERS GRIMM). WILHELM GRIMM AND JACOB GRIMM - Sagen des Deutschen Volkes. Auswahl fur die Jugend von KJ. Bass.
27851: BROTHERS GRIMM - Grimms' Fairy Tales. With Illustrations by George Cruikshank. [Edited by Eleanor Graham. Puffin Story Books]. FIRST EDITION IN PUFFIN
11014: R. GRIMSLEY - Jean-Jacques Rousseau. A Study in Self-Awareness. [Second Edition].
11241: L.H. GRINDON - "Manchester Walks & Wild-Flowers: An Introduction to the Botany and Rural Beauty of the District. With Biographical Notices of the Lancashire Botanists, and an Account of their Societies. .Second Edition. IN THE ORIGINAL BOARDS"
15636: C.H. GRINLING - The History of the Great Northern Railway 1845-1895.
574: L.V. GRINSELL - Dorset Barrows.
5981: L.V. GRINSELL - The Ancient Burial-Mounds of England.
8577: L.V. GRINSELL - "The Archaeology of Wessex. An Account of Wessex Antiquities from the earliest Times to the end of the Pagan Saxon Period, with special Reference to existing Field Monuments."
19487: "(ROYAL LIBRARY, TURIN). A. GRISERI (COMP.)" - The Famous Italian Drawings of the Royal Library of Turin. 400 COPIES WERE PRINTED
16972: A. HECKSTALL-SMITH AND H.T. BAILLIE-GROHMAN. - Greek Tragedy. J H OWEN'S COPY
25205: E. GRONER - "German Warships 1815-1945. Drawings by Erich Groner, Peter Mickel and Franz Mrva. Revised and Expanded by Dieter Jung and Martin Maass. NEAR FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
21501: CAPT. GRONOW. - Selections from the reminiscences of Captain Gronow. Edited and introduced by Nicolas Bentley.
26143: J.B. GROOM - "A Maidstone Naturalist's Rambles during the 'Year of Rain' from March 1903 to March 1904. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16066: J. GROSS - Shylock. Four Hundred Years in the Life of a Legend.
22368: I. GROSSMAN. - An Ordinary Woman in Extraordinary Times. Introduction by Gabriele Scardellato.
18558: S. GROUEFF - Manhattan Project. The Untold Story of the Making of the Atomic Bomb. [First UK Edition].
9579: LINE 112 GROUP - The Railway from Walthamstow to Chingford.
13049: M. STEPHEN AND E. GROVE. - World War 2. Sea Battles in Close-up REVISED EDITION COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
17318: [G.] GROVE. - "Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Third Edition, edited by H. . Colles. [With the scarce Supplementary Volume]. SPLENDID EXTENDED SET"
25304: R. OSBORNE H. SPONG AND T. GROVER - Armed Merchant Cruisers 1878-1945. [Passenger Liners as Auxiliary Warships in the Royal Navy]. NEAR FINE COPY
16224: F.A.L. DE GRUCHY - War Diary. An Overall War Picture 1939-1945.
13842: R. GRUNBERGER - Hitler's SS.
10272: G.B. GRUNDY - The Ancient Woodland of Gloucestershire.
15664: (RAINER MARIA RILKE). R. GUARDINI. - Rilke's Duino Elegies. An Intrepretation. Translated by K.G. Knight.
21775: COLDSTREAM GUARDS - "Coldstream Guards, Training Battalion, Officers and NCOs, Pirbright Camp, Surrey, 1944. SUPERB ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH"
21774: COLDSTREAM GUARDS - 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards on Parade at Chelsea Barracks 1925. SUPERB ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH IN BADGED MOUNT
21773: COLDSTREAM GUARDS - 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards Colour Party. SUPERB ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH IN BADGED MOUNT
8064: G. GUARINI - Pastor Fido di Giambatista Guarini [text in Italian throughout]. EARLY LIMITED EDITION
14470: P. GUDGIN - Armoured Firepower. The Development of Tank Armament 1939-45.
26196: P. GUEDALLA - Middle East 1940-1942. A Study in Air Power. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16433: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "Guide to Worthing, Lancing, Shoreham, Littlehampton, Arundel, and the Coast from Brighton to Selsey Bill. Second Edition."
25691: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "Guide to Folkestone, Sandgate, Hythe, Dymchurch, New Romney, Dover, Deal and South-East Kent. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25690: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "Guide to Broadstairs, Ramsgate, Margate, Herne Bay, Canterbury and North-East Kent. With a Section for Motorists. Eleventh Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25697: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "Guide to Stratford-upon-Avon, Leamington, Warwick, Kenilworth, and Shakespeare's Birthplace. Eighth Edition - revised. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE WWII ISSUE"
25698: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A New Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Cambridge and District. With Plans of the Colleges. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16432: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to the Lake District. Twenty-Third Edition, Revised. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
20261: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Bath, Cheddar, Wells, Glastonbury, etc. Tenth Edition, revised. LAST PRE-WWII EDITION"
18550: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to the Isle of Wight. With Map of the Island, Plans of Ryde, Sandown, Shanklin, Ventnor, Cowes, Newport and Carisbrooke. Twenty-Third Edition - Revised."
15916: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - Guide to Switzerland. SPLENDID COPY
25689: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "Guide to Exeter and South Devon from the Axe to the Teign. Twelfth Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25693: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Paignton, Torquay, Dartmouth, Kingsbridge, Totnes. Twelfth Edition - revised. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25694: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Bideford, Woolacoombe and North-West Devon. Eleventh Edition - revised. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25695: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Falmouth, The Lizard, Truro, St. Austell, Fowey, Looe and South Cornwall. Eleventh Edition - revised. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25696: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "Guide to Eastbourne, Beachy Head, Pevensey, Herstmonceux, Lewes, Seaford, Newhaven. With a special Section for Motorists. Twelfth Edition. RIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16381: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to the New Forest.
12791: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "Guide to Bath, Cheddar, Wells, Glastonbury, etc. Eleventh Edition, revised. THE FIRST WWII EDITION"
12312: SIDMOUTH OFFICIAL GUIDE. - Official Guide and Souvenir of Sidmouth. Published by Authority of the Urban District Council.
16157: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Littlehampton, Arundel, Worthing and the South Downs. With a special Section for Motorists. Seventh Edition - Revised."
20262: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Edinburgh. With Motor Tours to Roslin, the Forth Bridge, Melrose, Abbotsford, Linlithgow, Stirling, etc. Ninth Edition, Revised."
20284: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to the Channel Islands. With Excursions to Brittany and Normandy. Twentieth Edition - Revised. NEAR FINE COPY
16651: WARD LOCK RED GUIDE - "A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Edinburgh. With Motor Tours to Roslin, the Forth Bridge, Melrose, Abbotsford, Linlithgow, Stirling, etc. Tenth Edition, revised."
18724: A. GUILMANT - "Bygone Steyning, Bramber and Beeding."
15930: A. GUILMANT - Surrey of One Hundred Years Ago.
19953: [FRANCOIS] GUIZOT. - History of Richard Cromwell and the Restoration of Charles II. Translated by Andrew R Scoble. [First English Edition]. OLD ETONIAN COPY IN CONTEMPORARY CALF
12945: D. GUNDRY - Midhurst Yesterday and Today.
10200: THOM GUNN - Touch.
6519: J. TIMBS AND A. GUNN - "Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls of England & Wales. Their Legendary Lore and Popular History. COMPLETE SET OF THE 'COMPACT' EDITION"
20558: R. GUNNIS - Dictionary of British Sculptors 1660-1851. New Revised Edition.
22133: R. GUNNIS. - "Historic Cyprus. A Guide to its Towns and Villages, Monasteries and Castles. Second Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
13995: J. GUNTHER - Eisenhower. The Man and the Symbol.
16180: H. GUPPY - Manuscript and Printed Copies of the Scriptures.
16179: H. GUPPY - The History of the Transmission of the Bible. With an Introductory Sketch by the Librarian. In commemoration of the 400th Anniversary of the Publication of William Temple's first printed New Testament.
22713: N. GUPPY - Wai-Wai. Through the Forests North of the Amazon. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
7488: H. GUPPY - The John Rylands Library Manchester: 1899-1924. Illustrated with Sixty-Two Views and Facsimiles. SPLENDID COPY IN BOARDS
16136: A. GURNEY - The Race to the White Continent.
8325: S.H. GURTEEN - "The Arthurian Epic. A Comparative Study of the Cambrian, Breton and Anglo-Norman Versions of the Story and Tennyson's Idylls of the King."
23372: L.C. GUTHMAN (ED.) - Aeronautics Aircraft Spotters' Handbook. [Fourth Edition].
18305: J. GWYN (ED.) - The Royal Navy and North America: The Warren Papers 1736-1752.
27889: S. GWYNN - "Captain Scott. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
14446: A. GWYNN - Roman Education from Cicero to Quintilian.
24105: (IRWIN UNTERMYER). YVONNE HACKENBROCH - "English and other Silver in the Irwin Untermyer Collection. Text by Yvonne Hackenbroch, BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
8626: DAVID A. HACKETT. - "The Buchenwald Report. Translated, edited and with an Introduction by David A. Hackett. Foreword by Frederick A. Praeger."
24808: J. HACKIN ET AL. - Asiatic Mythology. A Detailed Description and Explanation of the Mythologies of all the great Nations of Asia. With an Introduction by Paul-Louis Couchoud. NEAR FINE COPY
21731: B. GREENHILL AND J. HACKMAN. - Herzogin Cecilie. The Life and Times of a Four-Masted Barque. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20315: GUNBY HADATH. - The Mystery of the Three Chimneys. Illustrated by Victor Cooley. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25350: D.K. DOM KNOWLES AND R.N. HADCOCK . - Medieval Religious Houses. England and Wales. THE ORIGINAL EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3776: C.N. HADFIELD - Charnwood Forest. A Survey. With a Foreword by Lt.-Col. Sir Robert Martin.
3771: C. HADFIELD - Atmospheric Railways. A Victorian Venture in Silent Speed.
21849: FRANK EYRE AND C. HADFIELD. - English Rivers and Canals [Britain in Pictures series]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23974: C. HADFIELD. - Introducing Canals. A Guide to British Waterways Today. Illustrated by John James. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14347: M. HADFIELD - British Trees. A Guide for Everyman.
3207: (ADAM HELMS). OVE HAGELIN - Adam Helms Boksbranchhistorika Samling. The Adam Helms Collection of Books in the History of Publishing and Bookselling. Catalogue prepared by Ove Hagelin.
20739: LOUIS HAGEN - Arnhem Lift - and the German Version. [New and Expanded Edition].
17605: LOUIS HAGEN - Arnhem Lift. With a Foreword by Lieut. General Sir Frederick A.M. Browning. Illustrated by Joseph Deliss. [Second (First Illustrated) Edition].
25003: (C.H.M. KERR). HENRY RIDER HAGGARD. - "Allan Quartermain. Being an Account of his Further Adventures and Discoveries in Company with Sir Henry Curtis, Commander John Good and one Umslopogaas. [Illustrated by C.H.M. Kerr]. IN FULL MOROCCO"
12882: L.R. HAGGARD - Too Late for Tears.
18241: (BETTY HAGGARD). D. HAGGARD. - In and Around Storrington. With Maps and Drawings by Betty Haggard.
13062: HENRY RIDER HAGGARD. - The Private Diaries of Sir Henry Rider Haggard 1914-1925.
24966: HENRY RIDER HAGGARD - Jess. IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH
18100: P. HAGGER - HMS Bedouin and The Long March Home. MS Bedouin and The Long March Home.
27012: A. HAGUE - "Convoy Rescue Ships 1940-1945. A History of the Rescue Service, its Ships and their Crews. NEAR FINE COPY"
10296: A. HAGUE - "Sloops 1926-1946. A History of the 71 Sloops built in Britain and Australia for the British, Australian and Indian Navies."
14215: A. HAGUE - The Towns . A History of the Fifty Destroyers transferred from the United States to Great Britain in 1940.
14183: A. HAGUE - Destroyers for Great Britain. A History of 50 Town Class Ships transferred from the United States to Great Britain in 1940. SECOND AND BEST EDITION
25206: W. HAGUE - William Pitt the Younger. FINE COPY SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
26724: (HOMAS STAMFORD RAFFLES). E. HAHN - Raffles of Singapore. A Biography.
27329: (JACK IVERSON). G. HAIGH - Mystery Spinner. The Story of Jack Iverson. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
27634: M. HAILE - Queen Mary of Modena. Her Life and Letters.
7968: G. HAINES - Destroyers at War.
22222: P. HAINING - The Day War Broke Out. 3rd September 1939. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13771: V. HAINSWORTH - Looking Back at Sale [Cheshire]. ooking Back at Sale [Cheshire].
25332: RICHARD HAKLUYT. - "The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation made by Sea or Overland. [Introduction by John Masefield. Everymans Library]. COMPLETE SET IN EVERYMAN"
13760: A. HALE - The Story of Flambards Village.
21954: L.W. KING AND H.R. HALL - Egypt and Western Asia in the Light of Recent Discoveries.
10146: D.M. HALL - "Westmeston, Sussex."
5924: R. COMPTON-HALL - Submarine Warfare. Monsters and Midgets.
13367: D. HALL - Eagle Argent. An Italian Journey.
13493: MR. AND MRS. S.C. HALL - "Tenby: its History, Antiquities, Scenery, Traditions and Customs. Second [and Best] Edition, Revised and Corrected [with] [MASON (R)]. Natural Science of Tenby and its Neighbourhood (abridged from Mason's Guide). SPLENDID COPY IN PICTORIAL WRAPPERS"
12378: P. HALL - Picturesque Memorials of Salisbury. A Series of Original Etchings and Vignettes illustrative of the most interesting Buildings and other Remains of Antiquity in that City and Neighbourhood. To which is prefixed a Brief History of Old and New Sarum.
14535: C.A. HALL - The Romance of the Rocks [Peeps at Nature series]. he Romance of the Rocks [Peeps at Nature series].
27451: P. HALL - "Cities and Civilisation. Culture, Innovation, and Urban Order. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21072: "S. HALL H.B. MILNER, AND G.S. SWEETING" - "Whitsun Field Meeting, 1933. A Traverse of the Central Weald. F G H BLYTH'S COPY"
13558: (VIRGINIA WOOLF). S.M. HALL - Before Leonard. The Early Suitors of Virginia Woolf. SIGNED COPY
22103: M. HALL - The English Country House from the Archives of Country Life 1897-1939. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7298: R. COMPTON-HALL - Submarine Boats.
8416: R. COMPTON-HALL - Submarine versus Submarine. The Tactics and Technology of Underwater Confrontation.
409: T.W. HALL - Yorkshire Charters from the Lindsay Collection.
16693: A. HALLAM AND N. HALLAM (EDS.) - Lady Under Fire on the Western Front. The Great War Letters of Lady Dorothie Feilding MM.
24552: H. HALLAM - "The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry VIII to the Death of George II. Fourth Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
23823: H. HALLAM - View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages. Fifth Edition. IN NINETEENTH CENTURY MOROCCO
23824: H. HALLAM - The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry VII to the Death of George II. Third Edition. IN NINETEENTH CENTURY MOROCCO
22825: E. HALLE - The Union of the Two Noble Families of Lancaster and York 1550. [Facsimile Reissue]. FINE COPY
21080: W. HALLER - Liberty and Reformation in the Puritan Revolution.
11267: R. STURTIVANT J. HAMLIN AND J.J. HALLEY - Royal Air Force Flying Training and Support Units.
1221: R. HALLIBURTON - Seven League Boots.
18045: P. HALLIE - Lest Innocent Blood be Shed. The Story of the Village of Le Chambon and how Goodness happened there.
22661: A. BIRD AND I. HALLOWS. - The Rolls-Royce Motor Car.
14002: I.S. HALLOWS - Regiments & Corps of the British Army [Second Edition]. egiments & Corps of the British Army [Second Edition].
2997: I.S. HALLOWS - Regiments and Corps of the British Army.
14257: B.B. HALPENNY - Action Stations 2. Military Airfields of Lincolnshire and the East Midlands. [Fourth Impression].
9770: B.B. HALPENNY. - To Shatter the Sky. Bomber Airfield at War. Foreword by Wing Commander Ken Wallis.
13581: P.G. HALPERN (ED.) - The Keyes Papers. Selections from the Private and Official Correspondence of Admiral of the Fleet Baron Keyes of Zeebrugge. Volume I 1914-1918 [this volume only].
26227: M. HALSTEAD - Shots in the Sand. A Diary of the Desert War 1941-1942. SCARCE MEMOIR OF THE QUEEN'S BAYS
13757: J. HAM - Storrington in Pictures. Yesterday & Today
25298: J. TURNBULL AND J. HAMBLETT. - "The Pegasus Patrol. The History of the 1st Airborne Division Provost Company, Corps of Military Police 1942-1945. NEAR FINE COPY"
21714: MIRA HAMERMESH. - The River of Angry Dogs. A Memoir. Introduction by Fay Weldon. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20310: S.O. ROWAN-HAMILTON (ED.). - "Trial of John Alexander Dickman. Edited by S. . Rowan-Hamilton. Second Edition, Revised with an Introduction by W. Teignmouth Shore. [Notable British Trials]."
18990: O. HAMILTON AND N. HAMILTON - Royal Greenwich. A Guide and History to London's most historic Borough. Foreword by Sir Arthur Bryant. Cover Drawings by John Bratby. [Second Impression].
4652: R. HAMILTON - W. H. Hudson. The Vision of Earth.
22832: "(FIELD-MARSHAL BERNARD MONTGOMERY, OF ALAMEIN). NIGEL HAMILTON" - Monty [the official biography]. COMPLETE SET OF THE OFFICIAL BIOGRAPHY IN DUSTWRAPPERS
27592: [J.A.] HAMILTON - "Hamilton's Catechism on Double Counterpoint and Fugue, with Illustrations and Examples from the theoretical Works of Albrechtsberger, Reicha, Marpurg, Choron, Beethoven, etc. CRISP, CLEAN COPY"
21883: I. HAMILTON - A Staff Officer's Scrapbook during the Russo-Japanese War. IN FULL MOROCCO
8321: E. HAMILTON - "Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah. Written previous to, and during the Period of his Residence in England. To which is prefixed a preliminary Dissertation on the History, Religion and Manners of the Hindoos. IN FULL TREE CALF"
3540: (FIELD MARSHAL BERNARD MONTGOMERY). NIGEL HAMILTON - Monty. Master of the Battlefield 1942-1944.
19943: O. HAMILTON AND N. HAMILTON - Royal Greenwich. A Guide and History to London's most historic Borough. Foreword by Sir Arthur Bryant. Cover Drawings by John Bratby.
25585: S. HAMILTON - "Armoured Odyssey. 8th Royal Tank Regiment in the Western Desert 1941-1942, Palestine, Syria, Egypt 1943-1944, Italy 1944-1945. Introduction by Major-General H.M. Liardet. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
18798: (COUNT GRAMMONT). A. HAMILTON. - "Memoirs of Count Grammont. Edited, with Notes, by Sir Walter Scott. A New Edition, with sixty-four portraits engraved by Edward Scriven. [Translated by H. Walpole]. IN PUBLISHER'S ORIGINAL BINDING"
21470: J.A. DE C. HAMILTON (ED.) - The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan from Within. With a Foreword by Sir Stewart Symes. HUMPHREY BELL'S COPY IN FULL MOROCCO
18755: J.F. HAMLIN. - Flat Out. The Story of 30 Squadron Royal Air Force. [Foreword by Air Chief Marshal Sir John Cheshire].
23071: (ARTHUR MEE). J. HAMMERTON - Child of Wonder. An Intimate Biography of Arthur Mee.
22313: J.A. HAMMERTON (ED.) - The War Illustrated. Complete Record of the Conflict by Land and Sea and in the Air. SPLENDID SET IN PUBLISHER'S PICTORIAL BINDING
20902: J. HAMMERTON - The Second Great War. A Standard History. Edited by Sir John Hammerton. Military Editor Maj.-Gen. Sir Charles Gwynn. SPLENDID SET IN PUBLISHER'S ORIGINAL BINDING
24070: J.A. HAMMERTON (ED.) - A Popular History of the Great War. COMPLETE SET IN ORIGINAL BINDING
24339: N. DAVIES AND N. HAMMOND - Empires of Early Latin America. [Comprising The Aztecs [with] The Incas [with] The Maya]. FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
6525: R. HAMOND - A Fearful Freedom. The Story of One Man's Survival behind the Lines in Japanese occupied Malaya 1942-45.
8775: G. HAMPSHIRE (ED.). - The Bodleian Library Account Book 1613-1646. With an Introduction by Ian Philip.
4352: A.C. HAMPSHIRE - Undercover Sailors. Secret Operations of World War II.
26039: JOHN HAMPSON - The English at Table. [Britain in Pictures series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19065: B. EAGLESFIELD AND C.W.P. HAMPTON - The Bugatti Book. [Fourth Impression].
24844: HAMSEY - "The Parish of Hamsey (Hamsey, Offham, Cooksbridge) near Lewes, Sussex, and its Churches. FINE COPY"
18: "(GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD.). H.E. HANCOCK" - "Semper Fidelis: The Saga of the 'Navvies' (1924-1948). Being an Account of the Service of the Ships and Men of the General Steam Navigation Company, Limited, in Peace and War throughout the Period 1924-1948."
18017: M. HANCOCK. - Lucky Signaller. [Foreword by Admiral Hill-Norton]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
11021: K.R. HANCOCK - "New Zealand at War. An unofficial Account of the Dominion's War Effort overseas and at Home, embracing the Services in all Theatres and the industrial and general domestic Background during the Period of Hostilities, 1939-45."
25586: R.E. HANDLEY - The First Londons. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
23437: S.R. HANES - Wilkie Collins's American Tour 1873-4. FINE COPY
27675: K.E. HANEY (ED.) - The Winchester Psalter Miniature Cycle. Commentary by Kristine Edmonson Haney. 980 COPIES WERE PRINTED
4620: H.J. HANSEN - The Ships of the German Fleets 1848-1945.
10202: R. HANSER - Prelude to Terror. The Rise of Hitler 1919-1923.
22895: H.J. HANSON - Ianthe Cruises. Ushant - Gironde. [French West Coast]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15997: T.W. HANSON - The Story of Old Halifax. [Facsimile reissue]. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
22340: N. HANSON - The Unknown Soldier. The Story of the Missing of the Great War. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11698: P. HANSSON. - The Greatest Gamble. Translated by Maurice Michael. REVIEW COPY
21286: G. DES FORGES AND D.D. HARBER. - A Guide to the Birds of Sussex. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11711: C.V. HARBER - Footpath Guides No. 59. 59. Forest of Dean.
15645: R. HARBISON - The Shell Guide to English Parish Churches.
16688: P. HARCLERODE - Fighting Brigadier. The Life of Brigadier James Hill.
20786: PETER HARCLERODE - Arnhem. A Tragedy of Errors. Foreword by General Sir John Hackett. ORIGINAL EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20747: P. HARCLERODE - Go to It! The Illustrated History of the 6th Airborne Division. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27252: M. HARDIE - "Water-Colour Painting in Britain. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
19291: M. HARDIE - Water-Colour Painting in Britain. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
18805: R.P. HARDIE - Ferox and Char in the Lochs of Scotland. An Inquiry. Part 1 [ALL PUBLISHED]. FIRST EDITION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
23170: C. HARDING - Frontier Patrols. A History of the British South Africa Police and other Rhodesian Forces. IMPERFECT WORKING COPY
20728: N. HARDING - Hanover and the British Empire 1700-1837.
886: D. HARDMAN - Telscombe. A Village in Sussex. With Foreword by The Lord Shawcross.
26612: L.G.F. DYKES AND T. HARDWICK - The Priory of St. Marty and St. Michael Cartmel. Marty and St. Michael Cartmel.
17478: THOMAS HARDY - A Laodicean. A Story of Today. With an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex. [Vol. XI of The Wessex Novels].
16674: THOMAS HARDY - Two on a Tower [Pocket Edition]. wo on a Tower [Pocket Edition].
22837: THOMAS HARDY - "A Changed Man, The Waiting Supper and other Tales, concluding with The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid. [With an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex. Vol. XVIII of The Wessex Novels]. BRIGHT COPY"
17515: THOMAS HARDY - A Laodicean. A Story of To-Day [Library Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9642: THOMAS HARDY - The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of a Temperament. With an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex. [Vol. XVII of The Wessex Novels].
15316: E.M. HARDY - Angling Ways [Ninth Edition]. ngling Ways [Ninth Edition].
24051: THOMAS HARDY - "The Trumpet-Major. John Loveday, a Soldier in the War with Bonaparte and Robert his Brother, First Mate in the Merchant Service. A Tale."
24052: THOMAS HARDY - Under the Greenwood Tree. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School.
15397: THOMAS HARDY. - Two on a Tower. Read by Michael Kitchen. [Unabridged audio book].
25033: THOMAS HARDY - "Life's Little Ironies. A Set of Tales with some colloquial Sketches entitled A Few Crusted Characters [Pocket Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23760: THOMAS HARDY - "The Trumpet Major. John Loveday, a Soldier in the War with Napoleon and Robert His Brother, First Mate in the Merchant Service. A Tale. With an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex. [Vol. IX of The Wessex Novels]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
24050: THOMAS HARDY - Jude the Obscure.
9649: THOMAS HARDY - "The Dynasts. An Epic-Drama of the War with Napoleon. Parts I and II [only]. [Pocket Edition]. BRIGHT, FRESH COPY"
14077: (JOHN DONNE). EVELYN HARDY - Donne. A Spirit in Conflict.
18359: (ARCHIBALD THORBURN). A.E. GATHORNE-HARDY. - Autumns in Argyleshire with Rod & Gun. With Illustrations by Archibald Thorburn.
27553: T. HARDY - "Human Shows Far Phantasies. Songs, and Trifles. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
27503: T. HARDY - "A Pair of Blue Eyes. [Half-Crown Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH"
19399: THOMAS HARDY - The Short Stories of Thomas Hardy. [First Collected Edition].
25522: THOMAS HARDY - "A Laodicean. A Story of To-Day [Pocket Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
1481: THOMAS HARDY - Far from the Madding Crowd. [Pocket Edition].
12636: THOMAS HARDY - Tess of the D'Urbervilles. A Pure Woman. [Pocket Edition].
24211: THOMAS HARDY - A Group of Noble Dames. [Pocket Edition].
15398: THOMAS HARDY - "Winter Words in various Moods and Metres, BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY."
25030: THOMAS HARDY - "The Dynasts. An Epic-Drama of the War with Napoleon. And The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall [This Paper Edition. First Edition thus]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
22155: THOMAS HARDY - Wessex Tales [Pocket Edition]. essex Tales [Pocket Edition].
21960: THOMAS HARDY - "The Trumpet Major. John Loveday, a Soldier in the War with Napoleon and Robert His Brother, First Mate in the Merchant Service. A Tale. With an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex. [Vol. IX of The Wessex Novels]. REMARKABLY BRIGHT COPY"
25192: THOMAS HARDY - Under the Greenwood Tree. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School. With a Map of Wessex. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13273: THOMAS HARDY. - One Rare Fair Woman. Thomas Hardy's Letters to Florence Henniker 1893-1922.
27050: THOMAS HARDY - "The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall, at Tintagel in Lyonesse. A new Version of an old Story arranged as a Play for Mummers in One Act requiring no Theatre or Scenery. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY"
15077: THOMAS HARDY - Jude the Obscure. With an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex. [Vol. VIII of The Wessex Novels]. IN FULL MOROCCO
22552: THOMAS HARDY - The Life and Death of the Mayor of Casterbridge. A Story of a Man of Character. [Pocket Edition].
6350: THOMAS HARDY - The Woodlanders. PUBLISHER'S PRESENTATION COPY
14441: THOMAS HARDY - The Trumpet Major. John Loveday. A Soldier in the war with Buonaparte and Robert his Brother. A Tale. [Pocket Edition].
25783: THOMAS HARDY - The Oxen .
22378: C. HARDY - Manchester at War [1939-1945]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27173: T. HARDY - "The Dynasts. An Epic-Drama of the War with Napoleon, in Three Parts, Nineteen Acts, & One Hundred and Thirty Scenes. The Time covered by the Action being about Ten Years. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION"
1491: THOMAS HARDY. - An Indiscretion in the Life of an Heiress. Edited and with an Introduction.
14496: (KING GEORGE VI). W. LE HARDY - The Coronation Book. The History and Meaning of the Ceremonies at the Crowning of the King and Queen.
11974: THOMAS HARDY - Our Exploits at West Poley. Illustrated by Lynton Lamb. [Introduction by R.L. Purdy].
27484: T. HARDY - Tess of the D'Urbervilles. A Pure Woman. Faithfully presented by Thomas Hardy. With Wood Engravings by Vivien Gribble. 1500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
24711: W.M. HARDY - "Old Swanage, or Purbeck Past and Present. A Collection of Articles, topographical, historical, antiquarian, biographical and anecdotal. [Facsimile reissue]."
18250: THOMAS HARDY. - Thomas Hardy. Selected Letters. Edited by Michael Millgate.
12637: THOMAS HARDY - Jude the Obscure. [Pocket Edition].
12652: J.L. HARDY. - The House the Hardy Brothers built. EDITION LIMITED TO 950 COPIES
11062: THOMAS HARDY - The Dynasts. An Epic-Drama of the War with Napoleon. And The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall [First Edition thus].
16525: THOMAS HARDY - A Pair of Blue Eyes. Pair of Blue Eyes.
15978: THOMAS HARDY - Tess of the D'Urbervilles. A Pure Woman. [Pocket Edition].
9981: THOMAS HARDY - The Mayor of Casterbridge. [Library Edition].
18931: A.C. HARDY. - "World Shipping. A Note Book on Seaways and Sea Trade and a Maritime Geography of Routes, Ports, Rivers, Canals and Cargoes. With many Laurence Dunn illustrations."
8174: THOMAS HARDY. - The Darkling Thrush and other Poems. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9980: THOMAS HARDY - Tess of the D'Urbervilles. [Library Edition. Second Impression thus].
25920: THOMAS HARDY - A Laodicean. A Story of To-Day. With an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex [Vol. XIV of The Wessex Novels].
27070: THOMAS HARDY - "A Laodicean, or The Castle of the De Stancys. A Story of To-Day. [New and Popular Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH"
27069: THOMAS HARDY - "The Hand of Ethelberta. A Comedy in Chapters. [New and Popular Edition]. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH"
22303: C. HARDY - Francis Frith's Around Southport. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
647: THOMAS HARDY - Life's Little Ironies. A Set of Tales with some colloquial Sketches entitled A Few Crusted Characters. [Second Edition].
6307: THOMAS HARDY - "The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall, at Tintagel in Lyonesse. A New Version of an Old Story arranged as a Play for Mummers in One Act requiring no Theatre or Scenery."
10182: THOMAS HARDY - The Woodlanders. [The Wessex Novels].
26821: THOMAS HARDY. - "The Personal Notebooks of Thomas Hardy. With an Appendix including the unpublished Passages in the original Typescripts of The Life of Thomas Hardy. Edited, with Introductions and Notes, by Richard H Taylor. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
19882: THOMAS HARDY. - Our Exploits at West Poley. Illustrated by John Lawrence. With an Introduction by R.L.Purdy. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25006: THOMAS HARDY - The Wessex Novels. [New Wessex Edition]. COMPLETE SET OF THE WESSEX NOVELS IN DUSTWRAPPERS
10889: THOMAS HARDY. - Thomas Hardy's Notebooks and some Letters from Julia Augusta Martin. Edited with Notes by Evelyn Hardy.
1482: THOMAS HARDY - "Human Shows Far Phantasies. Songs, and Trifles."
8293: THOMAS HARDY - Under the Greenwood Tree. A Rural Painting of the Dutch School. LATER ISSUE OF HARDY'S FIRST BOOK PUBLISHED IN THE US
24036: THOMAS HARDY - "The Dynasts. An Epic-Drama of the War with Napoleon, in Three Parts, Nineteen Acts, & One Hundred and Thirty Scenes. The Time covered by the Action being about Ten Years. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
15474: THOMAS HARDY - Collected Poems.
23762: THOMAS HARDY - The Mayor of Casterbridge. The Life and Death of a Man of Character. [Vol. III of 'The Wessex Novels'].
23761: (THOMAS HARDY). EMMA HARDY. - Some Recollections by Emma Hardy. Thomas Hardy's first Wife. With Notes by Evelyn Hardy. Together with Some Relevant Poems by Thomas Hardy. With Notes by Robert Gittings. Jointly edited by Evelyn Hardy and Robert Gittings. NEAR FINE COPY IN WRAPPER
19804: THOMAS HARDY - Jude the Obscure. [Pocket Edition]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
6779: THOMAS HARDY - The Trumpet-Major. A Tale. [Vol. XI of 'The Wessex Edition'].
11294: THOMAS HARDY - The Mayor of Casterbridge. The Life and Death of a Man of Character. [Vol. III of 'The Wessex Novels'].
14824: THOMAS HARDY - "The Trumpet Major. John Loveday, a Soldier in the War with Napoleon and Robert His Brother, First Mate in the Merchant Service. A Tale. With an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn and a Map of Wessex. [Vol. IX of The Wessex Novels]."
16547: A.C. HARDY - Seafood Ships.
20097: THOMAS HARDY - "[The Works of Thomas Hardy]. Pocket Edition. A run of 24 [of 27] volumes. BRIGHT, CLEAN NEAR-SET IN PUBLISHER'S CALF"
2401: K. HARE - Gloucestershire.
18378: A. HARE - The Georgian Theatre in Wessex.
26712: LORD HAREWOOD - The Tongs and the Bones. The Memoirs of Lord Harewood. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
18664: LORD HAREWOOD - The Tongs and the Bones. The Memoirs of Lord Harewood. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20213: A.G. HARFIELD - "Headdress, Badges & Embellishments of The Royal Corps of Signals. Photographs by G. Parselle and G. Davidson. [First English Edition]."
22135: J. HARGEST - Farewell Campo 12.
7908: J. HARGRAVE - The Suvla Bay Landing.
21595: H. MACDONALD AND M. HARGREAVES - Thomas Hobbes. A Bibliography.
13922: R. HARGREAVES - "Narrow Seas. A History of the English Channel. Its Approaches and its Immediate Shores, 400BC to AD 1945."
3190: (SAMUEL BUTLER). S.B. HARKNESS - The Career of Samuel Butler (1835-1902). A Bibliography.
22107: E.M. HARLAND - Penguin Guides. Norfolk and the Isle of Ely.
4942: O. HARLAND - Yorkshire North Riding.
15251: J. MCKAY AND J. HARLAND - Anatomy of the Ship. The Flower Class Corvette Agassiz.
25611: J.B. HARLEY - Ordnance Survey Maps. A Descriptive Manual.
17162: (ERIC GILL). ROBERT HARLING - The Letter Forms and Type Designs of Eric Gill. Notes by Robert Harling.
26608: RAY HARM. - Ray Harm's African Sketchbook. Edited by Robert Emmett McDowell. [Foreword by Adrian Luckhurst]. SIGNED COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
16113: M. HARMON - Select Bibliography for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature and its Backgrounds. An Irish Studies Handbook.
9304: C.G. HARPER - The Somerset Coast. [With Illustrations by the author].
7895: C.G. HARPER - "The Newmarket, Bury, Thetford, and Cromer Road. Sport and History on an East Anglian Turnpike."
8800: J.E.T. HARPER - The Royal Navy at War. [Second Impression].
16863: C.G. HARPER - The Kentish Coast.
5560: C.G. HARPER - A Londoner's Own London. Illustrated by the Author.
24037: C.G. HARPER - "Mansions of old Romance. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
4292: C.G. HARPER - The Hastings Road and the 'Happy Springs of Tunbridge'. Illustrated by the Author.
15625: B. HARRADEN. - Things Will Take A Turn. [Illustrated by John A. Bacon]. New and Revised Edition.
12818: HEINRICH HARRER. - Seven Years in Tibet. Translated from the German by Richard Graves. With an Introduction by Peter Fleming. [Third Impression].
10382: HEINRICH HARRER. - Seven Years in Tibet. Translated from the German by Richard Graves. With an Introduction by Peter Fleming. IN FULL MOROCCO
19167: (NIKOLAUS PEVSNER). S. HARRIES - Nikolaus Pevsner. The Life.
12363: D.C. HARRIES - Caldey. Monastery Isle.
26885: DANIEL HARRINGTON - Pioneers of the Airlift. With an Essay by Daniel Harrington. NEAR FINE COPY
18190: H. HARRIS - Famous Regiments. The Royal Irish Fusiliers. (The 87th and 89th Regiments of Foot). [Introduction by Lt. Gen. Sir Brian Horrocks].
18469: M. HARRIS - British Main Line Services in the Age of Steam 1900-1968.
15918: P. HARRIS - Edinburgh since 1900. [Ninety Years of Photographs].
15203: S. HARRIS - "House of the 10,000 Pleasures. A Modern Study of the Geisha and of the Streetwalker of Japan."
18354: L.H. HARRIS - Signal Venture.
21271: JOHN HARRIS - "Army of Shadows, A Novel of the Resistance. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21272: JOHN HARRIS - A Funny Place to hold a War. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18939: T.M. HARRIS - "A Dictionary of the Natural History of the Bible; or a Description of all the Quadrupeds, Birds, Fishes, Reptiles, and Insects, Tress, Plants, Flowers, Gums, and Precious Stones. UNIQUE COPY IN NINETEENTH CENTURY ARMORIAL BINDING"
14690: J.C. HARRIS. - "Uncle Remus, or Mr. Fox, Mr. Rabbit and Mr. Terrapin. Fox, Mr. Rabbit and Mr. Terrapin. With Fifty Illustrations by A.T. Elwes."
24946: A.T. 'BOMBER'). MARSHAL OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE. HARRIS - Bomber Offensive. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19819: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER AND J. HARRIS - The Buildings of England. Lincolnshire.
489: W.E. HARRIS - "The Romano-British Settlement at Thatcham-Newtown, Berkshire."
16247: N. HARRIS - "Gomshall Mill, the Harris Millers and their Shere Connection."
12913: A.T. HARRIS. - Despatch on War Operations: 23rd February 1942 to 8th May 1945.
19158: FRANK HARRIS - Undream'd of Shores. [First UK Edition].
22337: L.E. HARRIS - Vermuyden and the Fens. A Study of Sir Cornelius Vermuyden and the Great Level.
16081: "(JUAN PUJOL, 'GARBO'). T. HARRIS." - Garbo. The Spy who saved D-Day. Introduction by Mark Seaman.
971: D. HARRISON - Along the South Downs.
15748: M. HARRISON - Victorian Stained Glass. With Photographs by the Author.
2375: GODFREY HARRISON - Bristol Cream.
20533: M. HARRISON - London beneath the Pavement.
25131: (RMS TITANIC). L. HARRISON - A Titanic Myth. The Californian Incident [with] A Titanic Myth. Part Two. Defending Captain Lord. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
9251: G. HARRISON - Towards World Citizenship. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY: 225 COPIES WERE PRINTED
25999: M. HARRISON - London by Gaslight 1861-1911. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
887: F. HARRISON - Notes on Sussex Churches.
26799: S.E. HARRISON - The Tramways of Portsmouth. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23167: P.M. WILLIAMS AND M. HARRISON. - De Gaulle's Republic.
2768: S.M. JARVIS AND C.T. HARRISON - In Search of Essex. A Traveller's Companion to the County.
113: H.G. HARRISON - "A select Bibliography of English Genealogy, with brief Lists for Wales, Scotland and Ireland."
112: F. HARRISON - The Choice of Books and other literary Pieces. 250 COPIES WERE PRINTED
111: F. HARRISON - A Book about Books.
17294: (DAVID BAILEY). M. HARRISON - David Bailey. Archive One 1957-1969.
9977: A.M. HARRISON. - Some Umbrian Cities.
23128: FREDERIC HARRISON - "Tennyson, Ruskin, Mill and other Literary Estimates."
23639: G.B. HARRISON - The Elizabethan Journals. Being a Record of those Things most talked of during the Years 1591-1603. [Second Impression thus]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22829: M. HARRISON - The Kitchen in History. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11849: [ J.T [WITH] CLEAR (A. HARRISON - "Leisure-Hour Notes on Historical Buckingham, 1909 [with] An Account of the Town and Manor of Winslow, 1894. [2 works reproduced in one volume]."
26111: T. HARRISSON - Living through the Blitz.
15842: T. HARRISSON (ED.) - The Peoples of Sarawak.
27400: W. HARROD - Norfolk. [A Shell Guide. Fourth Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11139: L.M. HARROD - The Libraries of Greater London. A Guide.
26598: HARROW - Harrow before your Time.
12275: J. HARROWER - "Wilson Line. The History and Fleet of Thos. Wilson, Sons & Co. and Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd."
6448: (PELTZER). G. HARRY - The Peltzer Case. [Famous Trials series].
11162: P. HART - "The Heat of Battle. The 16th Battalion Durham Light Infantry. The Italian Campaign, 1943-1945."
15568: [BASIL LIDDELL-HART - History of the Second World War. [First Edition]. COMPLETE SET IN PUBLISHER'S BRANDED BINDERS
10181: B.H.L. HART - "The Tanks. The History of the Royal Tank Regiment and its Predecessors: Heavy Branch Machine Gun Corps, Tank Corps and Royal Tank Corps, 1914-1945. With a Foreword by Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
22191: S.A. HART - Sherman Firefly vs Tiger. Normandy 1944. FINE COPY
13443: F.H. HART - "History of Lee and its Neighbourhood. [Eltham, Lewisham, Blackheath, Charlton, Greenwich. Facsimile Re-issue]."
13326: P. HART - To the Last Round. The South Notts Hussars 1939-1942.
274: (OXFORD UNIVERISTY PRESS). C. HART - "Charles Earl Stanhope and the Oxford University Press. Reprinted from Collectanea, 111, (1896) of the Oxford Historical Society with Notes by James Mosley."
11539: W. PICKERING AND A. HART - "The Bandits of Cisterna. SOE in Italy, 1945."
16846: B.H. LIDDELL HART - The Revolution in Warfare.
19456: (ALEXANDER POPE). W. HARTE. - "An Essay on Satire, particularly on the Dunciad (1730). Introduction by Thomas B. Gilmore. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
17909: (KATE GREENAWAY). BRET HARTE. - The Queen of the Pirate Isle. Illustrated by Kate Greenaway. Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans.
24215: "E. HARTERT, F.C.R. TICEHURST AND HF. WITHERBY.." - "A Hand-List of British Birds with an Account of the Distribution of each Species in the British Isles and Abroad. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF A LANDMARK IN BRITISH ORNITHOLOGY"
27293: J.P. HARTHAM - Bookbindings.
27820: (VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM). J.P. HARTHAN - Bookbindings.
23979: HARTING - Harting Parish News. FINE RUN IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
16701: J. HARTLEY - 6th Battalion The Manchester Regiment in the Great War.
27095: D. HARTLEY - "Made in England. Written and illustrated by Dorothy Hartley. Second [and Best] Edition, revised."
11704: L.P. HARTLEY - The Will and the Way.
13435: A. HARTLEY - RAF Transport Command 46 Group. Alan Hartley recalls his Wartime Days.
23973: L.P. HARTLEY - A Perfect Woman. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17945: J.M. HARTMAN - Chinese Jade of Five Centuries. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
19883: B. HARTMANN - Panzers in the Sand. The History of the Panzer-Regiment 5. Vol. I: 1935-1941; Vol.II: 1942-1945. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
19939: B.. HARTMANN - Panzers in the Sand. The History of the Panzer-Regiment 5. Vol. I: 1935-1941; Vol.II: 1942-1945. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
17398: JAN DE HARTOG - The Spiral Road.
21156: JAN DE HARTOG - The Trail of the Serpent. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13292: J. DE HARTOG. - Waters of the New World. Houston to Nantucket. [Illustrated by J. Spier].
21366: JAN DE HARTOG - The Peaceable Kingdom. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16976: J. HARVEY - Kelly's Navy: A Group Fleet History of John Kelly Ltd of Belfast.
9942: B. HARVEY - Famous Regiments. The Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
24048: JOHN HARVEY - Dublin. A Study in Environment. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12268: W.J. HARVEY - "Stena, 1939-1989. A Group Fleet History."
15961: D. HARVEY - Monuments to Courage. Victoria Cross Headstones and Memorials. [Introduction by HRH Princess Alexandra. Foreword by Sir Roden Cutler. Complete set]. FINE SET OF THE PRIVATELY PRINTED FIRST EDITION of the First Edition].
20772: (HEAD LINE). W.J. HARVEY - "Head Line. (G. Heyn & Sons, Limited)."
20742: A.D. HARVEY - Arnhem.
13387: J.C. COX AND A. HARVEY. - English Church Furniture [Antiquary's Books]. nglish Church Furniture [Antiquary's Books].
12265: W.J. HARVEY - The Shamrock Shipping Company.
12235: (CLYDE SHIPPING COMPANY). P.J. TELFORD AND W.J. HARVEY - "The Clyde Shipping Company of Glasgow, 1815 to 2000."
12250: W.J. HARVEY - Hadley. The Hadley Shipping Co. Limited.
12254: W.J. HARVEY - Jebsens. A Group History.
6021: J.L. HARVEY - The Tragedy of Hallsands Village.
12239: (CORY TOWAGE). W.J. HARVEY - Cory Towage.
3972: A. HARVEY - The Castles and Walled Towns of England. [Antiquary's Books].
23019: JOHN HARVEY - "Gothic England. A Survey of National Culture 1300-1550. Second Edition, Revised. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
24519: G. HARVEY - Henry Clay Frick. The Man. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10021: JOHN HARVEY - Gothic England. A Survey of National Culture 1300-1550.
11617: (ROYAL NAVY). H. HARWOOD - A.L.s WRITTEN ON HMS EXETER NOTECARD FOLLOWING THE BATTLE OF THE RIVER PLATE. WRITTEN ON HMS EXETER NOTECARD FOLLOWING THE BATTLE OF THE RIVER PLATE
3094: F. TENNYSON JESSE AND H.M. HARWOOD - "London Front. Letters written to America (August 1939-July 1940). With Answers from Marion Balderston, S.N. Behrman, Carl and Sonia Hovey, Grace Hubble and Alexander Woollcott."
10863: F. TENNYSON JESSE AND H.M. HARWOOD. - London Front [with] While London Burns. [Letters written to America 1939-1941]. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
18671: ARNOLD L. HASKELL - Baron's Ballet Finale. Introduction and Commentary by Arnold L Haskell. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
26344: FRANK A. HASKELL. - The Battle of Gettysburg. Edited by Bruce Catton. With a Historical Foreword by J.F.C. Fuller.
8817: ARNOLD L. HASKELL - Baron Encore. Introduction and Commentary by Arnold L. Haskell. ONE OF FIFTY SIGNED PRESENTATION COPIES
1281: ARNOLD L. HASKELL - Baron Encore. Introduction and Commentary by Arnold L. Haskell.
9214: SAM HASKINS - Five Girls. Photographed by Sam Haskins. THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S FIRST BOOK
20869: S. HASKINS - PhotoGraphics. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18740: C.W. HASKINS. - Hugh Carrington's Ordeal. Illustrated by W.S. Stacey.
25465: HENNING HASLUND. - "Tents in Mongolia (Yabonah). Adventures and Experiences among the Nomads of Central Asia. [Translated from the Swedish by Elizabeth Sprigge and Claude Napier]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25711: (ARTHUR GARRATT). ARTHUR HASSALL. - "Christ Church Oxford. An Anthology in Prose and Verse selected by Arthur Hassall, with 26 Plates in Colour reproduced from Paintings by Arthur Garratt and from Portraits in Christ Church Hall. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
7937: (EDWARD MARSH). CHRISTOPHER HASSALL (ED.) - Ambrosia and Small Beer. The Record of a Correspondence between Edward Marsh and Christopher Hassall. Arranged by Christopher Hassall.
14477: J-E. HASTED - Unsuccessful Ladies. An Intimate Account of the Aunts (Official and Unofficial) of the late Queen Victoria.
25940: J. HASTINGS (ED.) - "A Dictionary of the Bible dealing with its Language, Literature and Contents including the Biblical Theology. Edited by James Hastings. Extra Volume containing Articles, Indexes and Maps. {Fifth Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
15933: J. HASTINGS (ED.) - Dictionary of the Apostolic Church. Edited by James Hastings with the Assistance of John A. Selbie and John C. Lambert.
27621: S. HASTINGS - Rosamond Lehmann. NEAR FINE COPY UNCLIPPED IN DUSTWRAPPER
12123: HASTINGS HASTINGS. - "Footpaths Map. Foot and Field Paths in Country round Hastings. Footpaths distinctly printed in red, Bus Routes in Green."
13340: R.P. HASTINGS - Poverty and the Poor Law in the North Riding of Yorkshire c. 780-1837
24496: (EVELYN WAUGH). S. HASTINGS - Evelyn Waugh. A Biography. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16655: M. HASTINGS - Armageddon. The Battle for Germany 1944-1945. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9928: J. HASWELL - Famous Regiments. The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey). (The 2nd Regiment of Foot). [Introduction by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
11463: J. HASWELL - Famous Regiments. The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey). (The 2nd Regiment of Foot). [Introduction by Lt.-Gen. Sir Brian Horrocks].
16892: J. HASWELL - "The First Respectable Spy. The Life and Times of Colquhoun Grant, Wellington's Head of Intelligence. [Second Impression]. J H OWEN'S CPY"
22145: W. HATFIELD. - Buffalo Jim. Illustrated by Norman Hepple. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
22040: WILHELM HAUFF. - Phantasien im Bremer Ratskeller. [Illustrated by Karl Dannemann].
25536: V. HAUGLAND - Letter from New Guinea.
22586: HAVENGORE. - "[Sale] Catalogue of English Literature, History, Private Press, Children's Books and Illustrations including the Sale of the Historic Vessel Havengore. 15 December 2005. Sale Code: L05417. FINE COPY"
22045: I. HAVENHAND AND J. HAVENHAND - People at Work: The Builder. 'People at Work'. The Builder. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20911: E.L. HAVERFIELD - Daddy's Lad. The Story of a Little Lass.
15665: P.P HAVLICE - And So To Bed. A Bibliography of Diaries Published in English. NEAR FINE COPY
22710: E. HAWKE. - The Hawke Papers. A Selection 1743-1771. Edited by F Ruddock Mackay.
18549: "R.S. HAWKER, VICAR OF MORWENSTOW." - Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall. Edited with Introduction by C. . Byles with Illustrations by J. Ley Pethybridge.
15469: PETER HAWKER - The Diary of Colonel Peter Hawker 1802-1853 [Facsimile reissue]. he Diary of Colonel Peter Hawker 1802-1853 [Facsimile reissue].
27180: J. HAWKES - Early Britain. [Britain in Pictures series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
633: C. HAWKES - Winchester College. An Essay in Description and Appreciation. Illustrated with Photographs specially taken for the Book.
7824: J. HAWKESWORTH - "Letters written by Jonathan Swift. Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, and several of his Friends from the Year 1703 to 1740. Published from the Originals; with Notes Explanatory and Historical. The Fifth Edition. LORD JOHN TOWNSHEND'S COPY"
16393: THE REAL JIM HAWKINS. - "8vo., First Edition, with plates; cloth, gilt back, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. New and comprehensive study of boys in the Georgian navy."
22862: G.S. HAWKINS - Stonehenge Decoded. In collaboration with John B. White.
13263: (THOMAS HARDY). DESMOND HAWKINS - Hardy's Wessex. With Photographs by Anthony Kersting.
972: D. HAWKINS - Cranborne Chase. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
12091: C. HAWKRIDGE - Veryan and the Roseland.
23229: B. PEDERSEN AND F.W. HAWKS - A History of Den Norske Amerikalinje A/S (Norwegian America Line) 1910-1995. History of Den Norske Amerikalinje A/S (Norwegian America Line) 1910-1995.
12263: R.H. GREENWOOD AND F. HAWKS - "The Saint George Steam Packet Company, 1821-1843."
23184: (NORWEGIAN AMERICA LINE). B. PEDERSEN AND F.W. HAWKS - A History of Den Norske Amerikalinje A/S (Norwegian America Line) 1910-1995. History of Den Norske Amerikalinje A/S (Norwegian America Line) 1910-1995.
10809: E. HAWKS - The Romance of Transport.
13307: D. HAWS - Merchant Fleets 28. Holland America Line.
13308: D. HAWS - Merchant Fleets 13. Donaldson Line.
12300: D. HAWS - "Merchant Fleets 3. Union Castle, Allan and Canadian Pacific Lines."
7468: D. HAY AND J. HAY - "Hilltop Villages of the Chilterns. Cholesbury, Hawridge, St. Leonards, Buckland Common. Illustrated by Violet Saunders, David Hay and Douglas Atkins. Frontispiece by Denis Mallet."
20515: P. HAY - Steaming through West Sussex.
17759: I. HAY - One Hundred Years of Army Nursing. The Story of the British Army Nursing Services from the Time of Florence Nightingale to the Present Day.
18237: P. DRUMMOND-HAY - The Driving Force. Memoirs of Wartime WAAF Drivers 1665 HCU and 81 OTU.
2206: M.S. HAYCRAFT - Lost Toby.
18894: A. HAYDEN - "Spode and his Successors. A History of the Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent 1765-1865. SPLENDID COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
10557: J. HAYDN - "The Creation. An Oratorio composed in the Years 1797 and 1798. With an Accompaniment for the Pianoforte or Organ, arranged by John Bishop of Cheltenham."
18741: (ARCHIBALD WEBB). H. HAYENS. - "Play Up, Royals!. Illustrated by Archibald Webb."
22373: C. HAYES - Greetings from the North Wales Coast. A View of the North Wales Coast in Old Photographs and Picture Postcards.
22571: C. HAYES - Greetings from Olde Liverpool. A History in Picture Postcards. FINE COPY
20878: D. HAYES. - "Kent Cricketing Greats. 53 of the best Cricketers for Kent, 1869-1989. Foreword by Colin Cowdrey."
24696: (JEAN-PAUL SARTRE). R. HAYMAN - Writing Against. A Biography of Sartre. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
23897: P.J. HAYTHORNTHWAITE - Brassey's Almanac. The Peninsular War. [The Complete Companion to the Iberian Campaigns 1807-14]. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
12729: P. HAYTHORNTHWAITE. - Men at Arms. Napoleon's Line Infantry. Colour Plates by Bryan Fosten. [Fifth Impression].
12730: P. HAYTHORNTHWAITE. - Men at Arms. Napoleon's Guard Infantry (2). Colour Plates by Bryan Fosten.
26630: (KEN LOACH). ANTHONY HAYWARD - Which Side are you on?. SIGNED BY KEN LOACH
26850: E. HAZELHOFF. - Soldier of Orange. [Foreword by Price Bernhard]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15608: WILLIAM HAZLITT. - Lectures on the English Comic Writers. With an Introduction by R. Brimley Johnson. The World's Classics.
15617: WILLIAM HAZLITT - Lectures on the English Poets. The World's Classics.
15618: WILLIAM HAZLITT. - Characters of Shakespeare's Plays. With an Introduction by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. The World's Classics.
5167: AN ACT FOR THE REGISTERING OF BRITISH VESSELS. WITH FINE WOODBLOCK ARMS AT HEAD - "Sm. folio,24pp, with fine woodblock arms of George IV at head; disbound, a crisp, clean copy ideal for framing and display. 3 & 4 Gulielmi IV, Cap. 55; granted Royal Assent 28 August 1833."
5622: AN ACT TO AMEND AND CONSOLIDATE THE LAWS RELATING TO THE PAY OF THE ROYAL NAVY. WITH FINE WOODBLOCK ARMS AT HEAD - "48pp (two blank), folio, with fine woodcut arms of George IV on front page and two pages of tables in the text; disbound, a remarkably crisp, clean copy ideal for framing and display. 11 Georgii IV cap. 20; granted royal assent, 29 May 1830"
19019: C. HEADLAM - History of the Guards Division in the Great War. COMPLETE SET OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION
19018: C. HEADLAM - History of the Guards Division in the Great War. NEAR FINE SET OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION
21620: R.K. HEADLAND - A Chronology of Antarctic Exploration. A Synopsis of Events and Activities from the Earliest Times until the International Polar Years 2007-2009.
19411: H. HEADLEY. - Poems (1786). Introduction by Patricia Meyer Spacks. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
25620: F.H. HEADLEY - Rambles in Epping Forest.
18624: AMBROSE HEAL - "The London Furniture Makers from the Restoration to the Victorian Era 1660-1840. A Record of 2500 Cabinet-Makers, Upholsterers, Carvers and Gilders. Record of 2500 Cabinet-Makers, Upholsterers, Carvers and Gilders..."
24931: SHERIDAN MORLEY AND T. HEALD (EDS.) - The Best of the Raconteurs. Selected by Sheridan Morley and Tim Heald. With a Preface by Sheridan Morley and Illustrations by John Lawrence. [Fourth Impression thus]. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
24770: TIM HEALD. - The Best After-Dinner Stories. Selected and introduced by Tim Heald. With Illustrations by Paul Cox. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
27411: R.M. HEALEY - "A Shell Guide [to Hertfordshire]. Hertfordshire. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
18013: L. HEAPS - The Grey Goose of Arnhem.
23766: J.E.N. HEARSEY - City of Constantine 324-1453. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26516: HAYWARDS HEATH - "Official Guide to Haywards Heath, Cuckfield, Lindfield 1970-71. 1970-71. FINE COPY"
18871: O.M. HEATH - "Notes on the History of Saint Martha's by Guildford, in Surrey. The Rectory and Advowson of the Church."
20057: "J.M. HEATHCOTE (C.G), BOUVERIE (O.P) HEATHCOTE AND A.C. AINGER." - Tennis. Lawn Tennis. Rackets. Fives. [Badminton Library series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN SERIES BINDING
18585: H. HEATON - The Yorkshire Woollen and Worsted Industries. [From the Earliest Times up to the Industrial Revolution].
23094: R. WOOF AND S. HEBRON - John Keats [Exhibition Catalogue]. FINE COPY
18021: M. HEDDERWICK - "An Eye on the Hebrides. An Illustrated Journey. [Second, Revised Edition]."
19555: SVEN HEDIN - My Life as an Explorer. IN FULL MOROCCO
19669: O. HEER. - The Primaeval World of Switzerland. Edited by James Heywood. SPLENDID SET IN FULL MOROCCO
20746: A-J. VAN HEES - Green On! A Detailed Survey of the British Parachute Re-Supply Sorties during Operation Market Garden 18-25 September 1944. From Official Records and Personal Accounts. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
23722: T.F. HEFFERNAN - Mutiny on the Globe. The Fatal Voyage of Samuel Comstock. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10187: G. ALY AND S. HEIM - Architects of Annihilation. Auschwitz And The Logic Of Destruction.
18485: (EDWARD WESTON). MANFRED HEITING (ED.). - Edward Weston 1886-1958. Essay by Terence Pitts. A Personal Portrait by Ansel Adams. Edited by Manfred Heiting.
12398: ROGER HELLYER - The 'Ten Mile' Maps of the Ordnance Surveys.
16629: P.J. HELM - England under the Yorkists and Tudors 1471-1603.
3722: H. HELME. - "Suitable Owners. Illustrated by Lionel Edwards, R.I."
27214: E. HEMINGWAY - A Farewell to Arms. Introduced by Colm Toibin. Illustrated by Anne-Marie Jones. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
10683: ERNEST HEMINGWAY. - Short Stories by Ernest Hemingway. Selected and with an Introduction by David Hughes.
15833: ERNEST HEMINGWAY - For Whom the Bell Tolls. [First UK Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
11575: (FANNY BURNEY). J. HEMLOW - The History of Fanny Burney.
9648: M.D. BECKETT AND P.R. HEMNELL - M&GN in Focus.
13419: B. HEMPHILL - The Early Vicars Apostolic of England 1685-1750.
23776: K.D.D. HENDERSON - Survey of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 1898-1944. With an Introductory Historical Notes by E. . Corbyn. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
18196: NEVILE HENDERSON - Failure of a Mission. Berlin 1937-1939. [First US Edition].
11673: W.E. HENLEY - Song of Speed.
25798: THOMAS HENNELL - British Craftsmen. [Britain in Pictures series]. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13784: (ANTHONY TROLLOPE). J.P. HENNESSY - Anthony Trollope.
3933: MRS. ROBERT HENREY - The Virgin of Aldermanbury. Rebirth of the City of London. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25423: (PHYLLIS GINGER). ROBERT HENREY. - London. Water-Colours by Phyllis Ginger. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24701: R. HENRIQUES - A Stranger Here. A Novel. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12554: H.G. HENRY - Dieppe through the Lens of the German War Photographer.
14087: ROBERT HENRYSON. - "The Poems and Fables of Robert Henryson, Schoolmaster of Dunfermline. Edited from the Earliest Manuscripts and Printed Texts [by H. Harvey Wood]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER"
23627: ROBERT HENRYSON. - "The Poems and Fables of Robert Henryson, Schoolmaster of Dunfermline. Edited from the earliest Manuscripts and printed Texts by H. Harvey Wood. NEAR FINE COPY"
27617: J.R. HENSLOWE - "Anne Hyde Duchess of York. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
18728: SUSSEX EXPRESS AND COUNTY HERALD - "The War in East Sussex. A Short Account of the main War Events in East Sussex, September 3 1939 - May 7 1945, and the bombing of the County. Compiled and published by the Sussex Express and County Herald, August 1945."
17510: LT. J.H. HERBERT [PSEUD. ANON] - G for Genevieve. The Story of a Polish Flier.
21851: JOHN HERBERT - The Port of London. [Britain in Pictures series] IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER.
24147: A.P. HERBERT. - Tantivy Towers. A Light Opera in Three Acts. Derby Day. A Comic Opera in Three Acts. The Words by A.P. Herbert. With Decorations by Lady Violet Baring. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19439: GEORGE HERBERT. - Select Hymns taken out of Mr. Herbert's Temple (1697). Herbert's Temple (1697). Introduction by William A. Stephenson. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
17190: S.E. WINBOLT AND G. HERBERT. - The Roman Villa at Bignor Sussex. With a Plan of the Villa. New Edition.
11758: A.P. HERBERT - Light the Lights. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
12095: S.E. WINBOLT AND G. HERBERT. - The Roman Villa at Bignor Sussex. With a Plan of the Villa. New Edition.
20611: GEORGE HERBERT - The Temple: Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations. GEORGE HERBERT IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH
26847: GEORGE HERBERT. - The Temple and A Priest to the Temple. [Introduction by Edward Thomas. Everyman's Library]. SOLE APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
26490: S.E. WINBOLT AND G. HERBERT . - "The Roman Villa at Bignor Sussex. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
10654: A.P. HERBERT - The Ayes have it. The Story of the Marriage Bill. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
19414: "HERMAN HUGO, FRANCIS QUARLES AND EDMUND ARWAKER" - A Selection of Emblems. Pia Desideria (1624). Emblemes (1635). Pia Desideria (1686). Introduction by William A. McQueen. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
16181: (CECIL ALDIN). ROY HERON - Cecil Aldin. The Story of a Sporting Artist. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
16782: JAMES HERRIOT - It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet. [Jacket Drawings by Larry].
11009: JAMES HERRIOT - James Herriot's Yorkshire. With Photographs by Derry Brabbs.
11025: JAMES HERRIOT. - Vets might fly. Drawings by Larry. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24382: K.M. HERRLIGKOFFER. - Nanga Parbat. Incorporating the Official Report of the Expedition of 1953. Foreword by Sir John Hunt. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
825: M.W. HERVEY - "Annals of a Suffolk Village, being historical Notes of the Parish of Horringer."
12157: D.J. BERCUSON AND H.H. HERWIG - Bismarck. The Story behind the Destruction of the Pride of Hitler's Navy. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1270: MAURICE HERZOG - Annapurna Premier 8. 00. Preface de Lucien Devies.
24756: [K. HETTES. - Glass in Czechoslovakia. [Published to accompany the Universal and International Exhibition in Brussels in 1958]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
18066: B. HEUVELMANS. - On the Track of Unknown Animals. Translated from the French by Richard Garnett. With 120 Drawings by Monique Watteau and an Introduction by Gerald Durrell. [First English Edition]. FIRST ENGLISH AND BEST EDITION
18065: B. HEUVELMANS. - On the Track of Unknown Animals. Translated from the French by Richard Garnett. With 120 Drawings by Monique Watteau and an Introduction by Gerald Durrell. [First US Edition].
22122: W.S. HEWISON - Scapa Flow in War and Peace. FINE COPY
18577: J. HEWITT (ED.) - Eye-Witnesses to Ireland in Revolt. Edited by James Hewitt. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
25404: A. HEWITT. - Bridge with Three Men. Across China to the Western Heaven in 1942. With a Foreword Sir John Mills. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16167: M. HEWLETT - "The Road in Tuscany. A Commentary. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
10983: D. HEWLETT - Harrogate College 1893-1973.
20753: J.A. HEY - "Roll of Honour. Battle of Arnhem, September 1944. Fourth Revised Edition. FINE COPY"
15787: C.G. HEY - Rowland Hill. Victorian Genius and Benefactor.
8303: [G.] HAUPT-HEYDEMARCK. - Double-Decker C.666. Translated by Claud W. Sykes. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH
12578: GEORGETTE HEYER - Charity Girl. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27747: G. HEYER - The Spanish Bride. Read by Alison Skilbeck. Complete and Unabridged. NEAR FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S OYSTER CASE
27748: G. HEYER - Cousin Kate. Read by Sian Phillips. Complete and Unabridged. NEAR FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S OYSTER CASE
8712: T.T. HEYWOOD - "New Annals of Rochdale. A Short History since 1899, and a chronological View from the Earliest Times to the End of the Year 1930. WITH AUTHOR'S OBITUARY LOOSELY INSERTED"
21485: H.C.L. HEYWOOD - Southwell Minster. A Commentary for the Visitor. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
20149: H.C.L. HEYWOOD - Southwell Minster Village Cathedral. A Commentary for the Visitor. Third Edition.
17142: A. HEZLET - HMS Trenchant at War. From Chatham to the Banka Strait.
13614: D. HIBBERD - Wilfred Owen. A New Biography.
21789: CHRISTOPHER HIBBERT - Agincourt. [Batsford British Battles series].
25220: CHRISTOPHER HIBBERT - George III. A Personal History. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22281: J. HIBBS - The Country Bus. Foreword by David St. John Thomas. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14344: K.C. HICK - "The Hesketh Golf Club 1885-1985 [Southport, Lancashire]. 750 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
16730: M. HICKEY - The Unforgettable Army. Slim's XIVth Army in Burma.
27391: D. HICKMAN - Warwickshire. [A Shell Guide]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27299: T. HICKMAN - Images of Loughborough and District. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26254: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Thunder Point. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21360: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Luciano's Luck. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21358: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Exocet. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21359: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Cold Harbour. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21249: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Day of Judgement. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21250: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Midnight Runner. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25977: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Solo. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25978: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Year of the Tiger. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25979: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - The President's Daughter. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25980: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Edge of Danger. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25982: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Bad Company. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25740: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Night of the Fox. SIGNED COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21248: JACK HIGGINS [PSEUD. HARRY PATTERSON] - Confessional. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22202: J.A. HIGGINSON. - A Strange Craft. Illustrated by John Williamson.
8656: F. HIGHAM - Southwark Story. With a Foreword by H.E. Ashdown.
3010: DOROTHY HIGHSMITH - Keeper at the Shrine. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
27442: P. HIGHSMITH - The Ripley Novels. [The Talented Mr. Ripley/Ripley Under Gound/Ripley's Game]. Introduced by John Banville. Illustrated by Tom Burns. FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
17726: J. HIGSON - "Historical and Descriptive Notices of Droylsden, Past and Present. [Facsimile Reissue]."
19143: "(JOHN NASH). HILAIRE BELLOC, MAURICE BEARING AND G.K. CHESTERTON, ET AL." - One Hundred and One Ballades. With Illustrations by John Nash.
6977: R. HILL - "Village Dialogues. Between Farmer Littleworth, Thomas Newman, Rev. Mr. Lovegood and Others. Thirty-First Edition, with Entirely New Dialogues and Enlargements, and the Final Corrections of the Author. IN THE ORIGINAL BOARDS"
15248: J. LAMBERT AND D. HILL - Anatomy of the Ship. The Submarine Alliance. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
21369: LORNA HILL. - No Medals for Guy. Illustrated by Gilbert Dunlop. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22605: W.T. HILL - Buried London. Mithras to the Middle Ages.
24125: CHRISTOPHER HILL. - God's Englishman. Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution. Introduced by Tristram Hunt. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
13453: R. HILL - Destroyer Captain.
21734: J. HILL - "China Dragons. A Rifle Company at War, Burma 1944-45. Foreword by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. [Royal Berkshire Regiment]."
24799: H. HILL. - Wild Adventure. World's Greatest Archer. Wild Animal Photographer. Foreword by Errol Flynn.. FIRST UK EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
1123: M. HILL - Hampstead in Light and Shade. Written and drawn by Mary Hill.
22355: M. HILL - Britain at War. Unseen Archives. Photographs from the Daily Mail. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6034: G.F. HILL - Historical Greek Coins. Described by G.F. Hill (of the British Museum).
19448: J. HILL. - Hypochondriasis. A Practical Treatise (1766). Introduction by G.S. Rousseau. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
20145: JOHN HILLABY - Journey through Britain.
9277: EDMUND HILLARY - View from the Summit. SIGNED COPY
25527: VIVIAN FUCHS AND E. HILLARY . - The Crossing of Antarctica. The Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58.
25318: EDMUND HILLARY - No Latitude for Error.
16067: EDMUND HILLARY - High Adventure. With Maps by A. Spark and Sketches by George Djurkouic.
19570: R. HILLARY - The Last Enemy. IN FULL MOROCCO
13433: EDMUND HILLARY - High Adventure. With Maps by A. Spark and Sketches by George Djurkouic.
23942: R. HILLARY - The Last Enemy.
4437: BEVIS HILLIER - Young Betjeman.
17742: M. HILLIER - The History of Wax Dolls.
18445: D. BEAMISH H. BENNETT AND J. HILLIER - "Poole and World War II. [With a Foreword by Earl Mountbatten]. SECOND, BEST AND LIMITED EDITION"
6757: J. HILLIER - Ebb-Tide at Poole 1815-1851.
27052: W.H. HILLS - The History of East Grinstead.
11499: (ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY). E.H. GROVE-HILLS - Catalogue of the Grove-Hills Library of the Royal Astronomical Society. NEAR FINE COPY
2015: R.J.T. HILLS - Famous regiments. The Life Guards.
26144: R.J.T. HILLS - Phantom was there [GHQ Liaison Regiment]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1777: "G.W. HILTON, R. PLUMMER AND J. JOBE" - The Illustrated History of Paddle Steamers. Drawings by Carlo Demand.
10482: THE PATH OF GLORY. BEING THE MEMOIR OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY CAREER OF JOHN SHIPP. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF. [EDITED BY C.J. STRANKS]. - "8vo., First Edition thus; cloth, a very good, clean copy in the dustwrapper, the latter lightl creased and frayed at edges. The memoirs of John Shipp, lieutenant in His Majesty's 87th Regiment, and a classic account of military life in India."
7747: F.S. HINCHY - North-East Dorset Towns and Downs.
14664: A.M. HIND - Wenceslaus Hollar and his Views of London and Windsor in the Seventeenth Century.
13778: R.L. HINE - "The Cream of Curiosity. Being an Account of certain Historical and Literary Manuscripts of the XVII, XVIII and XIX Centuries collected by Reginald L. Hine."
26509: R.L. GREENWOOD (J.F. ILLUS. HINE - "A Short History of St. Mary's, Hitchin. Illustrated with Woodcuts by John F. Greenwood. NEAR FNE COPY"
681: R.L. HINE - The History of Hitchin.
13779: R.L. HINE - Confessions of an Uncommon Attorney.
1717: R.L. HINE - Relics of an Uncommon Attorney. Memoir by Richenda Scott.
26637: R.L. HINE - Relics of an Uncommon Attorney. Memoir by Richenda Scott.
19901: R. HINKS - Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio. His Life. His Legend. His Works.
2644: "F.H. HINSLEY," - "British Intelligence in the Second World War. Its Influence on Strategy and Operations. Volume Three Part II [only]. With E.E. Thomas, C.A.G. Simkins, C.F.G. Ransom."
17835: F.H. HINSLEY ET AL. - British Intelligence in the Second World War. Its Influence on Strategy and Operations. [Complete set].
4418: "F.H. HINSLEY," - "British Intelligence in the Second World War. Its Influence on Strategy and Operations. Volume Three Part I [only]. With E.E. Thomas, C.F.G. Ransom, the late R.C. Knight."
2618: W. HINTON - Shenfan. [The Continuing Revolution in a Chinese Village]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22580: DAMIEN HIRST'S PHARMACY. - [Sale Catalogue of] Damien Hirst's Pharmacy. 18 October 2004. [With Introduction by Norman Rosenthal]. Sale Code: L04025. FINE COPY
23869: MUCH SOUNDING OF BUGLES. THE SIEGE OF CHITRAL 1895. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO HIS EDITOR - "8vo., First Edition, with plates and maps; cloth, a very good, bright, clean copy i unclipped dustwrapper. A PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR TO HIS EDITOR WITH THE FORMER'S SIGNED HOLOGRAPH INSCRIPTION ON TITLE."
19853: W.G. HISCOCK - John Evelyn and his Family Circle.
13265: E. HISCOCK - Gone are the Days. [A History of Little Aston & Surrounding Area]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
14416: R. HISCOCKS - Poland. Bridge for the Abyss? An Interpretation of Developments in Post-War Poland.
1274: J. HISLOP - The Brigadier.
15185: THE ROYAL NAVY SUBMARINE SERVICE. A CENTENNIAL HISTORY. [FOREWORD BY REAR ADMIRAL R P STEVENS]. - "4to., First Edition, with very numerous photographs, maps and diagrams throughout; cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Outstanding anniversary tribute to the Service, combining day-to-day accounts and many anecdotes. The photographs in particular are well chosen and include many excellent shots of shipboard life and personalities."
4000: MAN O'WAR. THE FIGHTING SHIP IN HISTORY. - "8vo., First Edition, with numerous illustrations in the text, neat inscription on front paste-down; cloth, a very good, clean copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. signature. Good general summary from the first 'Ark Royal' to WWII."
820: VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY. - The Victoria History of the County of Stafford. Volume II [only] with Index to volumes I and II. Edited by M.W. Greenslade and J.G. Jenkins.
23256: ALFRED HITCHCOCK - Stories My Mother Never Told Me . [Second Impression].
18473: M. HITCHES - The Vale of Conwy in Old Photographs.
30936: "HMS NORFOLK. THE GROUP 8 DEPLOYMENT. TO THE FAR EAST, AUSTRALASIA AND THE SOUTH PACIFIC. 8 MAY 1979- 14 DECEMBER 1979. EDITED BY P.J. ROSS. PHOTOGRAPHS BY R.C. THOMPSON. [INTRODUCTION BY CAPTAIN A D HUTTON]. NEAR FINE COPY" - "Folio, First Edition, with numerous photographs and maps throughout, title very lightly spotted; blue cloth, upper board blocked with ship's badge and lettered in gilt, a near fine copy. NORFOLK was flagship of the Flag Officer Second Flotilla. The deployment included involvement in NATO DAWN PATROL. Includes nominal list of ship's company. VERY SCARCE."
31865: "HMS CAPTAIN. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with plates and illustrations in the text, neat signatures on front paste-down and frront free endpaper; blue cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in unclipped dustwrapper. The story of the ill-fated early ironclad."
24420: OLIVER HOARE - Camp 020. MI5 and the Nazi Spies. The Official History of MI5's Wartime Interrogation Centre. Introduced and edited by Oliver Hoare. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22638: O. HOARE (ED.) - Camp 020. MI5 and the Nazi Spies.
11154: T.F. HOBSON - "A Catalogue of Manorial Documents preserved in the Muniment Room of New College, Oxford. ANTHONY WAGNER'S COPY"
12630: M.G. HOBSON - Oxford Council Acts 1701-1752. With a Foreword by P. . Spokes.
21741: A. HOCHSCHILD - To End All Wars. How the First World War divided Britain.
15478: SILAS K. HOCKING - Ivy. A Tale of Cottage Life. [With Illustrations by Cunston].
26958: (GENERAL SIR HUBERT GOUGH). A. FARRAR-HOCKLEY - Goughie. The Life of General Sir Hubert Gough. IN DUSTWRAPPER
15824: A. FARRAR-HOCKLEY - The Army in the Air. The History of the Army Air Corps. With a Foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales.
16890: THE COMMANDER. [A STUDY OF HIS ART]. EDITED BY MAJOR ANTHONY FARRAR-HOCKLEY. - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece; red cloth, gilt back, red top, a very good, clean copy."
23162: ANTHONY FARRAR-HOCKLEY - Airborne Carpet: Operation Market Garden. Purnell's History of the Second World War. Battle Book No. 9
16652: E.W. HODGE - Enjoying the Lakes. From Post-Chaise to National Park.
8251: P. HODGES - The Big Gun. Battleship Main Armament 1860-1945. Drawings by the Author.
17035: "T. HODGKIN R.S. WATSON, R.O. HESLOP AND R. WELFORD" - "Lectures on Northumbrian History, Literature and Art. Lent Term 1898."
23135: T. HODGKIN - Theodoric the Goth. The Barbarian Champion of Civilisation. IN FULL MOROCCO
13416: J.R. HODGKINS - Over the Hills to Glory. Radicalism in Banburyshire 1832-1945.
13606: J. HODGSON - A History of Northumberland. COMPLETE SET IN ORIGINAL BOARDS
21076: (JAMES ELROY FLECKER). G. HODGSON - The Life of James Elroy Flecker from Letters and Materials provided by his Mother. IN FULL MOROCCO
13877: RALPH HODGSON - The Skylark and other Poems.
23207: H. FELTON AND B. HODGSON. - The Beauty of Worcestershire. Camera Pictures of the County. [Homeland Illustrated No. 15]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
16150: D. HODGSON - The Official History of Yorkshire County Cricket Club. With a Foreword by the Viscount Maountgarret.
16521: (FRANCIS BARLOW). E. HODNETT - Francis Barlow. First Master of English Book Illustration.
19274: E. HODNETT - English Woodcuts 1480-1535. [Second and Best Edition].
17369: H. HODSON AND G. HODSON - Illuminations of the Mystery Tradition. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
26815: A.W. HODSON. - Trekking the Great Thirst. Travel and Sport in the Kalahari Desert. Africa Reprint Library Volume Twelve. [Foreword by R.S. Roberts]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12395: Y. HODSON - Popular Maps. The Ordnance Survey Popular Edition One-Inch Map of England and Wales 1919-1926.
79: U. HOEPLI - "Manoscritti dal Secolo IX al XVI, Vendita All'Asta 3-4 Decembre MCMXXIX. !."
9556: A. HOFFMAN - Bocking Deanery. The Story of an Essex Peculiar.
24209: P. HOFFMAN - Wings of Madness. Alberto Santos-Dumont and the Invention of Flight. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22729: PROF. HOFFMANN - The Illustrated Book of Patience Games (from the German). Translated and edited by Professor Hoffmann. Eighth Edition.
19772: D.G. HOGARTH - The Nearer East. IN FULL BUCKRAM
16285: R. COLLIS AND H. HOGERZEIL - Straight On.
18583: O.F.G. HOGG - "The Woolwich Mess. An Abridgement of 'The Royal Artillery Mess, Woolwich, and its Surroundings' by Alfred H Burne. Revised and brought up-to-date by Brig. O.F.G. Hogg. [Second Edition]."
23337: I.V. HOGG - The Guns of World War II. A Macdonald Illustrated War Study. [PBS Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15880: W. HOGG - The Bacchante and other Poems and Songs. Written by Walter Hogg. A HOGG FAMILY COPY
25419: I.V. HOGG - "The Guns of World War II. A Macdonald Illustrated War Study. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
16130: I.V. HOGG (INTRO.). - "German Order of Battle 1944. The Regiments, Formations and Units of the German Ground Forces. Introduction by I.V. Hogg. Photographic Section by Brian L. Davis [PBS Edition]."
22239: CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD - Music at Court.
5591: H. HOHNE. - Canaris. Translated from the German by J. Maxwell Brownjohn.
2186: (DYLAN THOMAS). DAVID HOLBROOK - Llareggub Revisited. Dylan Thomas and the State of Modern Poetry.
19698: W. HOLCROFT - A Story of Arnhem. [Preface by Peter Marshall. Author's Tribute by Laurie Weeden].
2337: RALPH DUTTON AND LORD HOLDEN - "The Land of France. [Fourth Edition, revised] With a Foreword by Raymond Mortimer."
1317: RALPH DUTTON AND LORD HOLDEN - "The Land of France. [Fourth edition, revised]. With a Foreword by Raymond Mortimer."
1318: RALPH DUTTON AND LORD HOLDEN - "The Land of France. [Second edition, revised]. With a Foreword by Raymond Mortimer."
2344: RALPH DUTTON AND LORD HOLDEN - "The Land of France. [Second Edition, revised]. With a Foreword by Raymond Mortimer."
22117: W.C. HOLDEN - The Past and Future of the Kaffir Races. [Facsimile re-issue]. EDITION LIMITED TO 750 COPIES
21483: CHRISTOPHER HOLDENBY [PSEUD. RONALD G. HATTON]. - "Folk of the Furrow. With an Introduction by Sir Horace Plunkett. [Second Edition]. BRIGHT, FRESH COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
20415: FRIEDRICH HOLDERLIN. - "Selected Poems of Friedrich Holderlin. The German Text, translated with an Introduction and Notes by J.B. Leishman. Second Edition, revised and enlarged. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
25786: H.B. HOLDERNESS - "The Story of St. Mary's Church, Melton Mowbray. Mary's Church, Melton Mowbray. NEAR FINE COPY"
3508: CHRISTINA HOLE - "English Home-Life 1500 to 1800. Illustrated from Portraits, Paintings and Prints."
4098: CHISTINA HOLE - "English Sports and Pastimes. Illustrated from Paintings, Prints and Photographs."
2348: CHRISTINA HOLE - "English Custom and Usage. Second Edition, revised."
3975: CHRISTINA HOLE. - English Shrines and Sanctuaries. Illustrated by Eric King.
17717: A.E. HOLLAENDER (ED.) - Essays in Memory of Sir Hilary Jenkinson. Edited for the Society of Archivists.
21949: J. HOLLAND - Together We Stand. Turning the Tide in the West: North Africa 1942-1943. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25685: KEVIN CROSSLEY-HOLLAND - Arthur King of the Middle March. FINE SIGNED COPY WITH WRAP-AROUND BAND

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