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4840: RALPH HALE MOTTRAM - The Apple Disdained.
4829: R.H. MOTTRAM - John Crome of Norwich.
4828: RALPH HALE MOTTRAM - Europa's Beast. NEAR FINE COPY
14976: R.H. MOTTRAM - Assault on Norwich: the Official Account of the Air Raids on the City.
19998: D.D.C.P. MOULD - The Mountains of Ireland.
14315: THOMAS MOULE - Engraved Map of Kent. FINELY COLOURED BY HAND
20273: THOMAS MOULE - An Essay on the Roman Villas of the Augustan Age: their Architectural Disposition and Enrichments. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
17982: F. MOUNT - The British Constitution Now. Recovery or Decline?.
18356: (MOUNTBATTEN FAMILY). EARL MOUNTBATTEN - The Mountbatten Lineage. The Direct Descent of the Family of Mountbatten from the House of Brabant and the Rulers of Hesse. Prepared for Private Circulation by Earl Mountbatten of Burma. PREPARED BY EARL MOUNTBATTEN
20410: GUY MOUNTFORT. - Rare Birds of the World. A Collins/ICBP Handbook. Text by Guy Mountfort. Illustrations by Norman Arlott. [First US Edition].
10465: JEAN MOUROUX. - The Meaning of Man. Translated by A. .C. Downes.
22690: F. MOWAT - The Regiment. [Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment].
23565: J. MOWBRAY. - "Feversham's Fag. Illustrations by H. .Brock. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
26486: E.H. MOWFORTH - Lastingham. A Brief History. FINE COPY
20218: S.H. MOXHAM - "Fifty Years of Road Riding (1885-1935). A History of the North Road Cycling Club, Ltd."
9651: O. MOXON - Bitter Monsoon. The Memoirs of a Fighter Pilot [with] The Last Monsoon [with] After the Monsoon. [THE 'MONSOON' TRILOGY COMPLETE]
18244: J.F. MOYLAN - Scotland Yard and the Metropolitan Police. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY IN FULL MOROCCO
22348: M. MOYNIHAN (ED.) - A Place called Armageddon. Letters from the Great War. Edited with an Introduction by Michael Moynihan. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12470: D. MUDD - About the City. A Portrait of Truro.
24965: R. MUDIE - "A Popular Guide to the Observation of Nature; or, Hints of Inducement to the Study of Natural Productions and Appearance, in the Connexions and Relations. IN ORIGINAL BOARDS"
20452: (BLUE GUIDES). L. RUSSELL MUIRHEAD (ED.) - The Blue Guides: Southern France with Corsica. Edited by L. Russell Muirhead. Second Edition. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24073: (BLUE GUIDES). FINDLAY MUIRHEAD (ED.) - The Blue Guides: Great Britain. Great Britain. Edited by Findlay Muirhead. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
23305: I. AL-MUJAWIR - A Traveller in Thirteenth-Century Arabia. Ibn Al-Mujawir's 'Tarikh Al-Mustabsir'. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16489: A.J. MULLAY - Streamlined Steam. Britain's 1930s Luxury Expresses. [Second Edition].
14718: R. MULLEN - Birds of Passage. Five Englishwomen in Search of America.
26551: W.H. MULLENS - A short History of Bexhill in the County of Sussex.
10897: M. MULLER - Anne Frank. The Biography.
22136: DINAH M. MULOCK [PSEUD. MRS. CRAIK]. - "John Halifax, Gentleman. Painted by Oswald Moser and G.F. Nicholls."
19106: A. MUNDY. - "Chruso-Thriambos. The Triumphs of God. Compiled and performed on behalf of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths in honour of Sir James Pemberton, Lord Mayor of London 29 October 1611. 600 COPIES WERE PRINTED. WITH EDITOR'S A.L. 600 COPIES WERE PRINTED. WITH EDITOR'S A.L.s"
11408: P.D. MUNDY (ED.) - Memorials of Old Sussex. Edited by Percy D. Mundy with many Illustrations.
12829: J. MUNDY (ED.) - Surrealism. Desire Unbound.
16487: (EDWARD EDWARDS). W.A. MUNFORD - Edward Edwards 1912-1886. Portrait of a Librarian.
22140: M. MURARO - A New Guide to Venice and her Islands. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10916: K. MURATA - An Enemy among Friends. SIGNED COPY
26386: IRIS MURDOCH - The Bell. FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN
1571: IRIS MURDOCH - "An Unofficial Rose. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
19334: IRIS MURDOCH - An Unofficial Rose. IN FULL MOROCCO
23863: IRIS MURDOCH - An Unofficial Rose. IN FULL MOROCCO
2511: IRIS MURDOCH - "An Accidental Man. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
19279: IRIS MURDOCH - "The Unicorn. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
12214: IRIS MURDOCH - An Unofficial Rose. WITH BOOK SOCIETY BAND
26083: IRIS MURDOCH - Nuns and Soldiers. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26084: IRIS MURDOCH - "An Unofficial Rose. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26080: IRIS MURDOCH - A Fairly Honourable Defeat. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26082: IRIS MURDOCH - The Black Prince. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2253: IRIS MURDOCH - A Severed Head. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2140: (REYNOLDS STONE). IRIS MURDOCH. - The Italian Girl. [Dustwrapper artwork by Reynolds Stone]. BRIGHT COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25277: IRIS MURDOCH - The Book and the Brotherhood. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26848: IRIS MURDOCH - The Green Knight. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19710: IRIS MURDOCH - "The Sea, The Sea. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
19465: ARTHUR MURPHY. - The Englishman from Paris (1756). Introduction by Simon Trefman. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
23889: GILBERT MURRAY. - Gilbert Murray. An Unfinished Autobiography. With Contributions by his Friends. Edited by Jean Smith and Arnold Toynbee.
27881: W.H. MURRAY - "Undiscovered Scotland. Climbs on Rock, Snow and Ice. With Maps and Diagrams by Robert Anderson. IN FULL MOROCCO"
22120: J. MURRAY - Call to Arms. From Gallipoli to the Western Front. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18994: (BEVERLEY NICHOLS). GILBERT MURRAY - Verdict on Beverley Nichols. A RARE SURVIVAL
15222: H.A. MURRAY - "Lands of the Slave and the Free: or, Cuba, the United States and Canada [Second Edition]. EARLY ISSUE IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING"
15804: M.A. MURRAY - Petra. The Rock City of Edom.
13233: [J.] MURRAY - Murray's Handbook for Devon and Cornwall (1859). [Facsimile re-issue].
1574: GILBERT MURRAY - Sophocles: The Antigone. Translated into English rhyming Verse with Introduction and Notes. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23483: JOHN MURRAY - Last Warming of the Heart. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
16689: HORATIUS MURRAY. - A Very Fine Commander. The Memoirs of General Sir Horatius Murray. [Edited by J. Donovan].
20672: J. MURRAY. - "Letters from America 1773 to 1780. Being the Letters of a Scots Officer, Sir James Murray, to his Home during the War of American Independence. PUBLISHER'S REVIEW COPY"
14589: MURRAY'S HANDBOOK - "A Handbook for Travellers in India, Burma and Ceylon, including all British India, The Portuguese and French Possessions, and the Protected Native States. Tenth Edition. SPLENDID AND UNIQUE COPY IN SIGNED HATCHARDS BINDING"
20492: (JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY). KATHERINE MIDDLETON MURRY - Beloved Quixote. The Unknown Life of John Middleton Murry.
14443: (RICHARD MURRY). JOHN MIDDLETON MURRY. - Community Farm. Illustrated by Richard Murry.
15580: J. MURSELL - Windsor Chairmaking. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
20620: (GERMAN BOOKS). BRITISH MUSEUM - Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in the German-Speaking Countries and German Books Printed in Other Countries from 1455 to 1600 now in the British Museum.
15150: (GEORGE CRUIKSHANK). VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM. - "[Catalogue of an Exhibition of] George Cruikshank. London, Victoria & Albert Museum, 29 February-28 April 1974. [Introduction by William Feaver]."
13286: HMS GLORY 1945-1961. IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE FLEET AIR ARM MUSEUM. - "4to., First Edition, with a frontispiece and very numerous photographs and maps in the text; pictorial boards, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. HMS Glory arrived in the Far East too late to take an active combat role in WWII, but she accepted the surrender of Japanese forces in New Guinea and participated in the operation to repatriate British and Commonwealth POWs after the war. She conducted several active tours of duty during the Korean War in the early 1950s. Detailed account from builders to breakers, drawing on first hand accounts and including many previously unpublished photographs"
11494: (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE). BRITISH MUSEUM - Guide to the MSS & Printed Books exhibited in Celebration of the Tercentenary of the First Folio Shakespeare.
20700: BRITISH MUSEUM - Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in the Netherlands and Belgium and of Dutch and Flemish Books printed in other Countries from 1470-1600 now in the British Museum. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20701: BRITISH MUSEUM - Short-Title Catalogue of Books printed in France and of French Books printed in other Countries from 1470-1600 now in the British Museum. [Second Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20702: BRITISH MUSEUM - Short-Title Catalogue of Books printed in Italy and of Italian Books printed in other Countries from 1465-1600 now in the British Museum.
10058: (BRITISH MUSEUM. GRENVILLE LIBRARY). BRITISH MUSEUM - Illuminated Manuscripts exhibited in the Grenville Library.
16237: (ANTIQUITIES). BRITISH MUSEUM. - "Handbook to the Antiquities in the British Museum: being a Description of the Remains of Greek, Assyrian, Egyptian and Etruscan Art preserved there. [Compiled by W.S.W. Vaux]."
260: (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE). BRITISH MUSEUM - Guide to the MSS and Printed Books exhibited in Celebration of the Tercentenary of the First Folio Shakespeare.
23380: BRITISH MUSEUM - "Catalogue of the Frank Lloyd Collection of Worcester Porcelain of the Wall Period presented to the Department of Ceramics and Ethnography in the British Museum. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
12439: BRITISH MUSEUM BRITISH MUSEUM. - A Guide to the Egyptian Collections in the British Museum.
16043: BRITISH MUSEUM. - The Sturge Collection. An Illustrated Selection of Foreign Stone Implements bequeathed in 1919 by William Allen Sturge.
2457: NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM - Catalogue of the Library. Volume Five: Naval History. Part One: The Middle Ages to 1815.
2633: (NATURAL HISTORY). BRITISH MUSEUM - Furniture Beetles. Their Life-History and how to check or prevent the Damage caused by the Worm.
20581: "MUSEUM OF ORIENTAL CERAMICS, OSAKA." - [Catalogue of an] Exhibition of Oriental Ceramics 1982. 1982. [Introduction by Ikutaro Ito]. FIRST PUBLIC CATALOGUE OF THE ATAKA COLLECTION
2980: VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM. - "Catalogue of English Silversmiths' Work (with Scottish and Irish) Civil and Domestic. Introduction by W.W. Watts, F.S.A."
19769: BRITISH MUSEUM. - Mineral Department. An Introduction to the Study of Minerals with a Guide to the Mineral Gallery. IN FULL BUCKRAM
19262: BRITISH MUSEUM - "Handbook to the Ethnographical Collections. Second Edition. [Best Edition, with extra Plates and Illustrations]."
15470: (ASSYRIA). BRITISH MUSEUM - "Bronze Reliefs from the Gates of Shalmaneser, King of Assyria BC 860-825."
23657: (EGYPT). BRITISH MUSEUM. - "A Guide to the Egyptian Galleries (Sculpture). BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
26596: BRITISH MUSEUM - "The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial. A Provisional Guide. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
27543: C. MUSGRAVE - Royal Pavilion. An Episode in the Romantic. [Enlarged Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
13232: (FIELD-MARSHAL BERNARD MONTGOMERY). V. MUSGRAVE - Montgomery. His Life in Pictures. Foreword: Field-Marshal Sir Claud Jacob. Introduction: Lt.-Gen. Sir Ronald Weeks.
23269: G. MUSGROVE - Pathfinder Force. A History of 8 Group. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16732: G. MUSGROVE - Operation Gomorrah. The Hamburg Firestorm Raids.
22576: CLOCKS BAROMETERS. MECHANICAL MUSIC.. - "[Sale Catalogue of] Scientific Instruments, Clocks, Barometers & Mechanical Music. 15 June 2004. Sale Code: L04821. FINE COPY"
14396: REDCOAT. THE BRITISH SOLDIER IN THE AGE OF HORSE AND MUSKET. - "8vo., First Edition, with 31 coloured plates on 16, 30 monochrome plates on 8, 15 illustrations (one double-page) and 5 maps (one double-page) in the text, and pictorial endpapers; black cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. An excellent survey by an accomplished military historian."
16132: SUEZ 1956: OPERATION MUSKETEER. - "8vo., First Edition, with numerous photographs and maps in the text, and photographic endpapers; orange cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
7121: P.E. DE MUSSET - Monsieur Le Vent et Madame La Pluie. Vignettes par Gerard Seguin. SPLENDID COPY IN PERIOD BINDING
16805: (JAMES WATT). E. ROBINSON AND A.E. MUSSON - James Watt and the Steam Revolution. A Documentary History.
14346: BRITISH MUSUEM. - "A General Introductory Guide to the Egyptian Galleries in the British Museum. New Edition, Revised and Enlarged. [Preface by H.R. Hall]."
23264: TANK MUSUEM - The Tank Museum. Cromwell Tank. Vehicle History and Specification. NEAR FINE COPY
9927: F. MYATT - Famous Regiments: The Royal Berkshire Regiment. (The 49th/66th Regiment of Foot). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
11456: F. MYATT - Famous Regiments. The Royal Berkshire Regiment. (The 49th/66th Regiment of Foot). [Introductions by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
14450: G.E. MYLONAS - Ancient Mycenae. The Capital City of Agamemnon. FIRST UK EDITION IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
13663: E. NAGLE - Old Cars the World Over. The Story of the World-Wide Renaissance of Veteran and Vintage Cars. Technical Data by Dennis Field.
25890: V.S. NAIPAUL - India. A Million Mutinies Now. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24972: V.S. NAIPAUL - Half a Life. A Novel. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
10506: V.S. NAIPAUL - Miguel Street.
18943: V.S. NAIPAUL - The Mystic Masseur. AUTHOR'S FIRST NOVEL IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24713: V.S. NAIPAUL - Magic Seeds. A Novel. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16469: V.S. NAIPAUL - "The Middle Passage. Impressions of Five Societies - British, French and Dutch - in the West Indies and South America."
22321: V.S. NAIPAUL - The Enigma of Arrival. A Novel in Five Sections. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8113: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER AND I. NAIRN. - The Buildings of England. Surrey.
19879: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER AND IAN NAIRN. - The Buildings of England. Sussex. [Fifth Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18872: A. NAIRNE (ED.) - The Book of Job. Edited with an Introduction by A. Nairne. NEAR FINE COPY
25853: (ROGER TORY PETERSON). J.C. DEVLIN AND G. NAISMITH - The World of Roger Tory Peterson. An Authorized Biography. Foreword by Elliot Richardson. Paintings and Illustrations by Roger Tory Peterson. [First UK Edition]. SIGNED BY PETERSON
7303: R. INOGUCHI AND T. NAKAJIMA - The Divine Wind. Japan's Kamikaze Force in World War II. With Roger Pineau. Foreword by Vice-Admiral C R Brown.
19752: FRIDTJOF NANSEN. - Through Siberia. The Land of the Future. Translated by Arthur G. Chater. [First English Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
23149: FRIDTJOF NANSEN - "Farthest North. Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship 'Fram' 1893-96 and a of a Fifteen Months' Sleigh Journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen with an Appendix by Otto Sverdrup, Captain of the 'Fram'. [Second English Edition]."
19072: FRIDTJOF NANSEN - Farthest North. Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship Fram 1893-96 and of a Fifteen Month's Sleigh Journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen. With an Appendix by Otto Sverdrup. FIRST SINGLE-VOLUME EDITION
24641: FRIDTJOF NANSEN - Farthest North. Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship 'Fram' 1893-96 and a of a Fifteen Months' Sleigh Journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen with an Appendix by Otto Sverdrup [Second English Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
23150: FRIDTJOF NANSEN - "Farthest North. Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship 'Fram' 1893-96 and a of a Fifteen Months' Sleigh Journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen with an Appendix by Otto Sverdrup. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY OF THE FIRST ENGLISH EDITION"
27022: WILLIAM NAPIER - Attila. The Scourge Of God [with] The Gathering of the Storm [with] The Judgement. THE ATTILA TRILOGY COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
16664: WILLIAM NAPIER - Attila. The Scourge of God [with] Attila. The Gathering of the Storm [with] Attila. The Judgement. THE ATTILA TRILOGY COMPLETE
17689: WILLIAM NAPIER - Attila. The Judgement.
9097: NAPOLEON I. - "Napoleon's Last Will and Testament. A Facsimile Edition of the original Document, together with its Codicils, appended Inventories, Letters and Instructions, preserved in the French National Archives."
17925: OGDEN NASH - The Private Dining Room and other New Verses.
14597: (ANSEL ADAMS). E.P. NASH - Ansel Adams. The Spirit of Wild Places.
24571: OGDEN NASH. - Hard Lines and Others. Illustrated by O. Soglow. [First UK Edition]. BRIGHT COPY OF FIRST UK EDITION
14677: M. NATHAN - The Decoration of Leather from the French of Georges de Recy. With Illustrations and Examples of Leather Decoration from various Sources. WITH CONTEMPORARY EPHEMERA
25515: BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE. - "Cabinet des Estampes. Janvier-Mars 1973. Paris. [Introductions by Jean Adhemar, Ben Shahn, Pierre Bourgeade, Philippe Soupault, Remo Forlani, Andre Balthazar]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
19809: S. NATUSCH - Brother Wohlers. A Biography of J. .H. Wohlers of Ruapuke. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13512: K.S. NAUGHTON - The Gentry of Bedfordshire in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries.
23325: W. HELD AND H. NAUROTH - The Defence of the Reich. Hitler's Nightfighter Planes and Pilots. Translated by David Roberts. [First English Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
37305: "NAVAL BATTLES IN THE CENTURY. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY" - "8vo., First Edition; brown cloth, boards framed in blind, gilt back, uncut, a very good, bright, clean copy. With prize bookplate on front paste-down. Published in The Nineteenth Century series."
34059: "THE NAVAL HISTORY OF GREAT BRITAIN. FROM THE DECLARATION OF WAR BY FRANCE IN 1793 TO THE ACCESSION OF GEORGE IV. A NEW EDITION, WITH ADDITIONS AND NOTES, AND AN ACCOUNT OF THE BURMESE WAR AND THE BATTLE OF NAVARINO, BY CAPTAIN CHAMIER. BRIGHT WORKING SET - "6 vols., 8vo., First Edition thus, with 6 engraved portrait frontispieces, 19 engraved portraits, numerous diagrams in the text and 28 folding abstracts, some light and inoffensive age-staining; strongly bound in contemporary half roan, marbled boards, backs with flat bands lettered and numbered in gilt, red edges, three volumes expertly rebacked to style with old backstrips laid down, a good, bright, firm copy. Sold from an institution with its bookplates on front paste-downs, and neat press-mark on title rectos and versos."
34143: "NAVAL STRATEGY COMPARED AND CONTRASTED WITH THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF MILITARY OPERATIONS ON LAND. LECTURES DELIVERED AT THE US NAVAL WAR COLLEGE, NEWPORT RI BETWEEN THE YEARS 1887 AND 1911. IN FULL MOROCCO" - "8vo., First UK Edition, with 13 maps and charts (6 folding; 7 full-page) on japon, small blind stamp on title; handsomely bound in navy blue full morocco, back gilt with five raised bands, second and fourth compartments lettered and ruled in gilt, all other compartments tooled and ruled in gilt, gilt top, uncut, hand-made endpapers, a most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. Widely considered Mahan's most useful work, this comprehensive survey brings together the core studies of the author's celebrated 'sea power' series, together with more recent examples. Published simultaneously with the US edition. A lovely copy. Albion, p.211; Hattendorf, A18b."
21194: D. NAVARRETE. - The Travels and Controversies of Friar Domingo Navarrete 1618-86. Volume I [this volume only]. Edited from Manuscript and Printed Sources by J.S. Cummins. [Hakluyt Society]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27604: A. DE NAVARRO - "Offerings to Friends. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY WITH ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH"
3883: THE FUTURE BRITISH SURFACE FLEET. OPTIONS FOR MEDIUM-SIZED NAVIES. - "8vo., First Edition, with illustrations and diagrams in the text; cloth, gilt back, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Personal appreciation of the politico-strategic arguments"
4700: US NAVY - Navy Department Communiques 1-624. [Complete Set].
18229: US NAVY - "Japanese Naval and Merchant Shipping Losses during World War II by all Causes. February 1947. [Foreword by Rear Admiral Jerauld Wright, Chairman, Joint Army-Navy Assesssment Committee]."
19966: IMPERIAL JAPANESE NAVY - Japanese Naval Vessels of World War Two as seen by US Naval Intelligence. Introduction by A. . Baker III.
9838: (ADMIRALTY STAFF HISTORIES) ROYAL NAVY - "The Royal Navy and the Arctic Convoys, 1941-1942. [With an introduction by M. Llewellyn-Jones]."
12356: US NAVY - "Searchlights and Signal Lights. November, 1918."
18004: THE WOODEN WORLD. AN ANATOMY OF THE GEORGIAN NAVY. [SECOND IMPRESSION]. - "8vo., Second Impression, with 15 plates on 8 and endpaper plans, neat signature on front free endpaper; red cloth, gilt back, a very good, clean in the dustwrapper. 'Impeccably researched, carefully argued and brilliantly original'. A major contribution to the history of the Royal Navy in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Already scarce in this condition."
17307: THE WOODEN WORLD. AN ANATOMY OF THE GEORGIAN NAVY. - "8vo., First Edition, with 15 plates on 8 and endpaper plans, small neat signature on front paste-down; cloth, gilt back, a very good, clean copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. 'Impeccably researched, carefully argued and brilliantly original'. A major contribution to the history of the Royal Navy in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The original edition is very scarce, especially in this condition."
17029: "BATTLES OF THE BRITISH NAVY. [NEW EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED]." - "2 vols., sm. 8vo., with numerous illustrations; original green cloth, gilt backs, a very good, bright, clean copy. The original edition was published in 1842."
22096: ROYAL NAVY - B.R.77 Machinery Handbook [with] B.R.77A Appendix I to B.R.77 Machinery Handbook. Boiler Corrosion and Water Treatment. WITH THE SCARCE SUPPLEMENT
10003: "THE NAVY LIST, CORRECTED TO THE 20TH DECEMBER 1831. [A LIST OF THE OFFICERS OF THE ROYAL NAVY AND ROYAL MARINES WITH THE DATES OF THEIR SENIORITY]." - "Sm. 8vo., title moderately browned, outer margins and fore-edges very lightly browned; handsomely bound in blue cloth, morocco back, leather label lettered in gilt, original wrapper preserved, an attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. Scarce."
14362: ANNA NEAGLE - Typewritten Letter signed by Anna Neagle. FINE 'CHARLIE GIRL' T. .
10341: E. NEAL - New Naturalist Monograph. The Badger. [New Naturalist Monograph 1].
26845: JOHN MASON NEALE - The Fall of Constantinople [or Theodora Phranza]. [Everyman's Library]. SOLE APPEARANCE IN EVERYMAN
24692: A. NEAVE - "Saturday at M.I.9. A History of Underground Escape Lines in North-West Europe in 1940-5 by a leading Organiser at M.I.9. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
22328: (ALAN COBHAM). C.H. LATIMER-NEEDHAM - The Flight-Refuelled Bomber. [Sole Edition]. WITH T.L. WITH T.L.s FROM SIR ALAN COBHAM
19445: HENRY NEEDLER. - "The Works of Mr. Henry Needler (1728). Henry Needler (1728). Selected, with an Introduction by Marcia Allentuck. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
14329: LETTERS AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE CRUISES OF GUSTAVUS CONYNGHAM. EDITED BY ROBERT WILDEN NEESER. - "8vo., First Edition, on laid paper, with a portrait frontispiece and 7 plates, all with captioned tissue guards; original decorative half vellum gilt, gilt back, gilt top, uncut, covers moderately age-soiled else a very good, internally clean copy. EDITION LIMITED TO 600 COPIES NUMBERED BY HAND. 'Publications of the Naval History Society', vol. VI."
16926: R. NEILLANDS - The Battle for the Rhine 1944. [Arnhem and the Ardennes. The Campaign in Europe]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26519: C.P. NEILSON (ED.) - The Ancient Town and Port of Sandwich. Official Handbook Illustrated. Third Edition.
11155: M. NELHAMS - Tresco Abbey Garden. A Personal and Pictorial History. [Introduction by Robert Dorrien-Smith. Foreword by Alan Titchmarsh]. SIGNED COPY
9766: R. NELSON - A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England. With Collects and Prayers for each Solemnity. [With a Life of the Author].
10253: N. PILBEAM AND I. NELSON (EDS.) - Mid Sussex Poor Law Records 1601-1835.
17778: "(ELKIN MATHEWS, LTD.). J.G. NELSON" - "Elkin Mathews. Publisher to Yeats, Joyce, Pound."
22363: E. NELSON - Britain in Old Photographs. Carlisle. [Second Edition].
8708: C. NEPOTIS [C. NEPOS]. - Excellentium Imperatorum Vitae. Edition Novissima. Accessit Aristomenis Messenii Vita ex Pausania. HANDSOME COPY IN UNRESTORED CONTEMPORARY BINDING
13962: R.C. NESBIT. - Eyes of the RAF. A History of Photo-Reconnaissance. Assisted by Jack Eggleston. Foreword by Air Chief Marshall Sir Neil Wheeler. [Second Edition].
23392: R.C. NESBIT - The Battle for Burma. An Illustrated History. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15116: R.C. COOKE AND R.C. NESBIT - Target: Hitler's Oil. Allied Attacks on German Oil Supplies 1939-1945.
15319: EDITH NESBIT. - New Treasure Seekers. Illustrated by Gordon Browne and Lewis Baumer. IN FULL MOROCCO
17288: (NESBITT FAMILY). R. NESBITT - "History of the Nesbitt Family. Sometime resident in the Townland of Corglass, Parish of Ematris, County Monaghan, Ireland."
13108: PHILIPP VON NEUMANN. - The Diary of Philipp von Neumann 1819-1850. Translated and edited by E. Beresford Chancellor.
18644: A. NEVE. - "The Tourist's Guide to Kashmir, Ladakh, Skardo etc. Eighteenth Edition. [Edited by E.G. Tilt]. FIRST POST-WWII EDITION"
8551: R. NEVILL - Days and Nights in Montmartre and the Latin Quarter.
22965: R. NEVILL - Old French Line Engravings. 1250 COPIES WERE PRINTED
27626: A.S.B. NEW - The Observer's Book of Cathedrals.
9797: ERIC HOSKING AND C.W. NEWBERRY. - More Birds of the Day.
10740: (NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE). F. NEWBERRY - Hawthorne's Divided Loyalties. England and America in his Works.
3301: T. NEWBIGGING - Lancashire Characters and Places. FIRST [SOLE?] EDITION
19483: (NORMAN WILKINSON). H. NEWBOLT. - Submarine and Anti-Submarine. With a Coloured Frontispiece and Illustrations by Norman Wilkinson. Second Impression. IN FULL MOROCCO
18917: K. NEWBURY - The River Lavant. Chichester's River from Source to Mouth.
1881: ERIC NEWBY - A Traveller's Life. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19970: ERIC NEWBY - Something Wholesale.
12161: L.W. NEWBY - "Target Ploesti. View from a Bombsight, 1944."
1718: ERIC NEWBY - On the Shores of the Mediterranean.
22193: H.W. NEWBY - Old Southgate. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7242: P. NEWCOME - "The History of the Ancient and Royal Foundation called the Abbey of St. Alban. Alban, in the County of Hertford, from the Founding thereof in 793 to its Dissolution in 1539. ."
23573: (CHEVEREL FAMILY). LADY A.E. NEWDIGATE-NEWDEGATE - The Cheverels of Cheverel Manor.
18727: J. JERROME AND J. NEWDICK. - Petworth: The Winds of Change.
22291: J. JERROME AND J. NEWDICK. - Petworth Time out of Mind. NEAR FINE COPY
10937: ROGER NEWDIGATE. - The Correspondence of Sir Roger Newdigate of Arbury Warwickshire. [Edited by A.W.A. White].
168: E. NEWGASS - An Outline of Anglo-American Bible History.
27002: JAMES NEWLANDS - "The Carpenter's and Joiner's Assistant: being a comprehensive Treatise on the Selection, Preparation and Strength of Materials, and the mechanical Principles of Framing. [Best Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN PERIOD BINDING"
13545: E. NEWLANDSMITH - Twenty Years an Anglican Friar. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
1901: P. NEWMAN - Lost Gods of Albion. The Chalk Hill-Figures of Britain.
27179: G. NEWMAN - "English Social Services. [Britain in Pictures series]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
12540: S. NEWMAN - Gallipoli then and now.
17179: J.H. NEWMAN - An Essay in aid of the Grammar of Assent. [Third Edition]. 'LOGIC IS LOOSE AT BOTH ENDS'
23453: R.P. NEWMAN - Owen Lattimore and the 'Loss' of China.
13489: W.E. NEWNAM - The Story of Farnham. Illustrations by Philip Sheail. Second Edition.
20497: MODEL RAILWAY NEWS - "Model Railway News. Volumes XXX (1954), XXXI (1955), XXXII (1956). [12 numbers per volume]. FINE RUN IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING"
18830: J. NEWSOME - A Companion to Wainwright's Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells. Companion to Wainwright's Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells.
1864: D. NEWSOME - A History of Wellington College 1859-1959.
23111: OBSERVER NEWSPAPER - The Observer and J.L. Garvin 1908-1914. A Study in a Great Editorship.
6109: THE SUN NEWSPAPER - "'THE SUN' Newspaper. Number 4707. Friday October 16, 1807. Price Sixpence."
2412: D. NEWTON - London West of the Bars.
10936: K.C. NEWTON - "The Manor of Writtle. The Development of a Royal Manor in Essex, c. 086-c. 500"
18249: L. NEWTON - A Handbook of the British Seaweeds. Handbook of the British Seaweeds.
25491: H. NEWTON. - Portraits. Bilder aus Europa und Amerika. Mit einem Text von Klaus Honnef. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
710: W. NEWTON - "The History and Antiquities of Maidstone, the County-Town of Kent. From the Manuscript Collections of William Newton. FIRST DEDICATED HISTORY OF THE COUNTY TOWN"
6432: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). IAN NIALL. - Portrait of a Country Artist. Charles Tunnicliffe R.A. 1901-1979. [Third Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4836: IAN NIALL. - Pastures New. Illustrated with Wood-Engravings by Barbara Greg.
22545: (CHRISTOPHER WORMELL). IAN NIALL. - Trout from the Hills. The Confessions of an addicted Fly-Fisherman. With Wood Engravings by Christopher Wormell. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4586: (C.F. TUNNICLIFFE). IAN NIALL - Portrait of a Country Artist. Charles Tunnicliffe R.A. 1901-1979.
4589: IAN NIALL (ED.). - A Sketchbook of Birds. Introduction by Ian Niall.
27347: E. NICHOLAS - "Death be not Proud. [Second Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
23358: G.W.R. NICHOLL - The Supermarine Walrus. The Story of a unique Aircraft. FIRST EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
6253: H.G. NICHOLLS - "Nicholl's 'Forest of Dean' and 'Iron Making in the Olden Times'. [New Edition. With an Introduction by Cyril Hart, Senior Verderer of the Forest of Dean]."
10007: (WILLIAM MCLAREN). BEVERLEY NICHOLS. - Garden Open Tomorrow. With Drawings by William McLaren.
9899: BEVERLEY NICHOLS - Cry Havoc!. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
3327: BEVERLEY NICHOLS - Sunlight on the Lawn. With Drawings by William McLaren.
15224: BEVERLEY NICHOLS - Uncle Samson.
9884: BEVERLEY NICHOLS - The Unforgiving Minute. Some Confessions from Childhood to the Outbreak of the Second World War.
6958: (WILLIAM MCLAREN). BEVERLEY NICHOLS. - Garden Open Today. With Drawings by William McLaren.
2171: BEVERLEY NICHOLS - "Verdict on India. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
13726: J.R. NICHOLS - Bells thro' the Ages. The Founders' Craft and Ringers' Art.
25910: BEVERLEY NICHOLS - A Pilgrim's Progress. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26985: BEVERLEY NICHOLS. - A Book of Old Ballads. Selected and with an Introduction. Illustrated by H.M. Brock. IN FULL MOROCCO
2935: C.B. NICHOLSON - England's Greater Churches. A Pictorial Survey with an Introduction and Commentary.
17218: E.M. NICHOLSON - "The New Naturalist. Birds and Men. The Bird Life of British Towns, Villages, Gardens & Farmland."
20708: WILLIAM NICHOLSON - The Wind on Fire III. Firesong NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER.
15681: (MICHAEL ROFFE). J.R.B. NICHOLSON. - Men at Arms. The Gurkha Rifles. Colour Plates by Michael Roffe.
26424: W. NICHOLSON - The Wind Singer [with] Slaves of the Mastery [with] Firesong. 'THE WIND ON FIRE' TRILOGY COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
20475: S.H. NICHOLSON - Quires and Places where they Sing. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6495: W. NICHOLSON. - [Exhibition Catalogue of Paintings by] Sir William Nicholson 1872-1949. March 1967. [Introduction by Alan Bowness].
11125: N. NICHOLSON - Cumberland and Westmorland.
17106: T. NICOL - The Croall Lecture for 1898. Recent Archaeology and the Bible.
17727: JEAN NICOL - Home is the Hotel. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26138: W.R. NICOLL - "A Bookman's Letters. Third Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23881: J. NICOLSON - The Great Silence 1918-1920. Living in the Shadow of the Great War. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2841: D.D. NICOLSON - Aristide. The Story of Roger Landes.
21362: HAROLD NICOLSON - Sainte-Beuve.
24858: N. NICOLSON - Long Life. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13973: HAROLD NICOLSON - Politics on the Train.
11658: HAROLD NICOLSON - Public Faces. A Novel.
11843: HAROLD NICOLSON. - Diaries and Letters 1930-1964. Edited and condensed by Stanley Olsen.
21569: N. NICOLSON - Napoleon 1812. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20304: NIGEL NICOLSON - Long Life. Memoirs. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
18396: (FIELD-MARSHAL HAROLD ALEXANDER). NIGEL NICOLSON - Alex. The Life of Field Marshal Earl Alexander of Tunis. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14040: W. VON NIEBELSCHUTZ. - The Badger of Ghissi. Translated by Barrows Mussey.
17587: G. NIEPOLD - "Battle for White Russia. The Destruction of Army Group Centre, June 1944."
22664: IPPOLITO NIEVO. - The Castle of Fratta. In a Translation by Lovett F. Edwards. Illustrations by Eric Fraser.
14627: NIGERIA - The Nigeria Handbook. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
8560: J.E. NIGHTINGALE - Diocese of Salisbury. The Church Plate of Wilts [Wiltshire]. Including that Part of the County now in the Diocese of Gloucester and Bristol. From Returns made by J.E. Nightingale and the Rev. E.H. Goddard. LARGE PAPER COPY
16912: JOSEPH NIGHTINGALE. - Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of Queen Caroline. Edited and introduced by Christopher Hibbert.
14352: JOSEPH NIGHTINGALE. - Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of Queen Caroline. Edited and introduced by Christopher Hibbert.
19530: NIMROD [PSEUD. C.J. APPERLEY]. - My Life and Times. Edited with Additions by E. . Cuming. IN FULL MOROCCO
12677: NIMROD [PSEUD. C.J. APPERLEY] - "Memoirs of the Life of the late John Mytton. With numerous Illustrations by H. Alken and T.J. Rawlins. Second Edition, reprinted (with considerable Additions)."
16454: I. NISH - Japanese Envoys in Britain 1862-1964.
20360: R. NIVEN - The British Angler's Lexicon.
18310: MIMA NIXON - Royal Palaces and Gardens. With an Introductory Essay by Dion Clayton Calthrop.
26729: (MARY WILLIAMS). D.B. NIXON. - Walk Soft in the Fold. Illustrated by Mary Williams.
22178: B. NIXON - Raiders Overhead. A Diary of the London Blitz. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16676: ST.J.C. NIXON - The Antique Automobile. Preface by Lord Brabazon of Tara.
17755: A. NOAKES - The Ultimate History of Aston Martin.
22727: A. NOAKES - Mercedes SL Series. The Complete Story. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12410: J. NOBECOURT - Hitler's Last Gamble. The Battle of the Ardennes. Translated from the French by R.H. Barry.
24645: J. NOBLE - "The Gazetteer of Lincolnshire, Historical, Topographical and Antiquarian; containing a complete List of every Town, Village and Hamlet in the County, arranged and divided into Wapentakes [with Population and list of Parliament]. IN ORIGINAL BOARDS"
16513: O.S. NOCK - Four Thousand Miles on the Footplate.
8372: O.S. NOCK - Historical Steam Locomotives.
15579: O.S. NOCK - O.S. Nock's Railway Reminiscences of the Interwar Years.
1882: O.S. NOCK - "Single Line Railways. A Handbook of Management, Engineering, and Operation. Prepared by a Panel of Experts under the Editorship of O.S. Nock."
9620: O.S. NOCK - The Railway Engineers.
27282: O.S. NOCK - "British Locomotives of the 20th Century. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
13216: O.S. NOCK - The Great Western Railway in the Nineteenth Century.
15459: O.S. NOCK. - Main Lines across the Border. [Revised Edition. Photographs by Derek Cross].
1654: O.S. NOCK - North Western. A Saga of the Premier Line of Great Britain: 1846-1922.
466: O.S. NOCK - The Caledonian Railway.
27594: G. NOEL - "Princess Alice. Queen Victoria's Forgotten Daughter. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
17522: "(ELYESA BAZNA, 'CICERO'). H. NOGLY." - I Was Cicero. In collaboration with Hans Nogly. Translated by Eric Mosbacher.
19843: (JANE AUSTEN). D. NOKES - Jane Austen. A Life. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
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25126: N.J. NONE - The Manor and Manorial Records. ['The Antiquary's Books' series].
24714: J. NORBURY - Counted-Thread Embroidery on Linens and Canvas. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
601: J. NORDEN - "Speculi Britanniae Pars: an historical and chronological Description of the County of Essex 1594. Edited from the original Manuscript in the Marquis of Salisbury's Library at Hatfield, by Sir Henry Ellis."
26078: P. NORDEN. - Madam Kitty. A True Story. Translated by J. Maxwell Brownjohn. [First English Edition].
19692: E.B. NORDSTROM. - Tent Folk of the Far North. Translated from the Swedish by E. Gee Nash.
27661: L. NORFOLK - John Saturnall's Feast. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21974: (JOHN DODD). D. NORMAN - Road from Singapore. [Second Impression]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
27008: C.B. NORMAN - "Battle Honours of the British Army from Tangier, 1662, to the Commencement of the Reign of King Edward VII."
17787: P. JERROME AND B. NORMAN - In the Feast of St. Edmund the King. Edmund the King. Petworth Fair 1189-1993.
20481: S. NORMANT. - Femme Fatale. Famous Beauties Then and Now. Text by Bridget Foley. Photography by Michael Thompson. Art Direction by Ranee Palone Flynn. With a Foreword by Elizabeth Hurley. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19432: (J. LOCKE). J. NORRIS. - Cursory Reflections upon a Book call'd An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690). Introduction by Gilbert D. McEwen. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
19583: F. HARRISON AND J.S. NORTH - "Old Brighton. Old Preston, Old Hove. [Facsimile reissue with new Introduction by Ray Watkinson]."
10363: M. NORTHCOTT - Ensign 8. Renown and Repulse.
23920: M. NORTHCOTT - [H. . ]. Hood. Design and Construction. [An Ensign Special]. WITH THE EXCEEDINGLY RARE 'BATTLE DAMAGE' SUPPLEMENT
24589: W.B. NORTHEY - "The Land of the Gurkhas. Or, the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal. With a Chapter by Brigadier-General C G Bruce. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
18646: NORTHUMBERLAND - "Heatherslaw Mill. Ford, Northumberland."
23716: NORTHUMBERLAND - Engraved County map of Northumberland. BRIGHT COPY WITH GOOD CONTEMPORARY COLOURING
26676: T.J. NORTHY - The Popular History of Old and New Sarum.
1135: G. NORTON - "Commentaries on the History, Constitution, and Chartered Franchises of the City of London. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
10613: G. NORTON - "Commentaries on the History, Constitution, and Chartered Franchises of the City of London. Third Edition, revised."
11421: G.G. NORTON - Famous Regiments. The Red Devils [The Parachute Regiment]. (New Edition). From Bruneval to the Falklands. [Introduction by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. [Second and Best Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25370: A.H. NORWAY. - "Highways and Byways in Devon and Cornwall. With Illustrations by Joseph Pennell and Hugh Thomson. [Pocket Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25377: A.H. NORWAY. - Highways and Byways in Yorkshire. With Illustrations by Joseph Pennell and Hugh Thomson. [Pocket Edition]. IN PUBLISHER'S CALF
27566: A.H. NORWAY - Highways and Byways in Yorkshire. With Illustrations by Joseph Pennell and Hugh Thomson. FIRST POCKET EDITION
5500: JOHN JULIUS NORWICH. - The Architecture of Southern England. Photography by Jorge Lewinski and Mayotte Magnus.
933: J. NOTT - "Some of the Antiquities of 'Moche Malverne' [Great Malvern]. Including a History of its ancient Church and Monastery, Engravings of the Seals of the Convent, and the Publication of Grants and Documents, and much other Matter never before printed."
17019: S.C. NOTT. - "Chinese Jade Throughout the Ages. A Review of its Characteristics, Decoration, Folklore and Symbolism. [Second Edition. Preface by Lucille Nott]."
14854: NOTTINGHAM NOTTINGHAM. - [Exhibition Catalogue]. The Railways of Nottingham.
27542: V. NOVELLO AND M. NOVELLO - A Mozart Pilgrimage. Being the Travel Diaries of Vincent & Mary Novello in the Year 1829. Transcribed and compiled by Nerina Medici di Marignano. Edited by Rosemary Hughes. NEAR FINE COPY
23286: H.J. NOWARRA - "Die Grossen Dessauer. Ju G 38, Ju 89. Ju 90. Ju 290. Ju 390. Band 80. NEAR FINE COPY"
15805: ALFRED NOYES - The Wine-Press. A Tale of War.
9783: G.C. NUTTALL - Trees and how they grow. [Second Edition].
16658: H. DE GRAAFF & SONS NV - The Golden Spade. The Story of a Flowerbulb Company 1793-1953.
24811: NYASALAND - "Nyasaland Protectorate. The Resident's Handbook, being a Compilation of the Standing Orders, Rules and Regulations in Force in the Nyasaland Protectorate, revised to the 31st March 1911. Second Edition. Published by Authority. BRIGHT, CLEAN INTERLEA"
20963: R.B. NYE - Fettered Freedom. Civil Liberties and the Slavery Controversy 1830-1860. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
20964: R.B. NYE - Midwestern Progressive Politics. A Historical Study of its Origins and Development 1870-1950. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
25170: R.B. NYE - The Cultural Life of the New Nation 1776-1830. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
14177: B.H. OAK - Mill Hill. A History of Mill Hill in its Environment.
13446: J.A. OAKDEN - The Place-Names of Staffordshire. Part 1. Cuttlestone Hundred [This volume only].
27226: W. OAKESHOTT - The Artists of the Winchester Bible. And an Introduction by Walter Oakeshott.
16925: D. WALLACE AND R.P. BAGNALL-OAKLEY - County Books. Norfolk.
16616: D. OAKLEY - Albert Medals awarded to Royal Marines.
13549: D. OAKLEY - Behind Japanese Lines. The Untold Story of Royal Marine Detachment 385. FINE COPY
16535: L.B. OATTS - Proud Heritage. The Story of the Highland Light Infantry. Volume One. The 71st HLI 1777-1881. [Foreword by Major-General Alexander Telfer Smollett of Bonhill]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
11469: L.B. OATTS - Famous Regiments. The Highland Light Infantry. (The 71st H. .I. And 74th Highlanders). [Introduction by Lt.-Gen. Sir Brian Horrocks].
18572: L.B. OATTS - Emperor's Chambermaids. The Story of the 14th/20th King's Hussars. Foreword by M.R.D. Foot.
15107: OBORNE - "St. Cuthbert's Old Church, Oborne, Dorset. Cuthbert's Old Church, Oborne, Dorset."
19099: T.H. ROBINSON AND W.O.E. OESTERLEY. - A History of Israel. COMPLETE SET IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
20368: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE - The German Army in Pictures. 'NOT TO BE PUBLISHED'
26384: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE - "Small Arms Training. Volume I. Pamphlet No. 6. Anti-Aircraft 1942. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
11497: HOME OFFICE - The Protection of your Home against Air Raids. [Introduction by Samuel Hoare].
25862: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE - "AFV Recognition. [Complete set, comprising Part 1. British & Allied Turreted AFVs and Part II. Enemy Turreted AFVs]. SCARCE COMPLETE SET"
13382: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE - The King's Regulations and Orders for the Army. 1912. Re-printed with Amendments published by Army Orders up to 1st August 1914. THE GREAT WAR ISSUE
15152: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE - Popular Guide to the German Army. No. 3. Air-Borne Troops. 'NOT TO BE PUBLISHED'
11011: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE - The German Army in Pictures. THE SCARCE FIRST EDITION
19078: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE - "Manual of Military Law. War Office 1914 [Sixth Edition, Second Impression]. THE GREAT WAR ISSUE"
20431: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE - Training in Fieldcraft and Elementary Tactics. Military Training Pamphlet No. 33. THE FIRST WWII ISSUE
19837: PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE - The Rise and Fall of the German Air Force 1933-1945. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
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17090: (BRITISH ARMY). WAR OFFICE. - "Memoranda on Medical Diseases on Tropical and Sub-Tropical Areas 1942. [Preface by Lt. Gen. Alex Hood, Director-General, Army Medical Services. Seventh Edition; first edition thus]."
14892: CAME THE DAWN. 50 YEARS AN ARMY OFFICER. [FOREWORD BY GENERAL SIR GEOFFREY HOWLETT]. - "8vo., First Edition, with 17 plates on 8, a full-page portrait, full-page illustration and 7 full-page maps in the text; red cloth, gilt back, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. The author's service included Palestine, SE Asia, Malaya, Singapore, Tunisia, Cyprus, Jamaica and Aden and covers pre-WWII regimental soldiering to the modern TA. Already uncommon in this condition."
12785: FLYING OFFICER X [PSEUD. H.E. BATES] - How Sleep the Brave and other Stories.
25369: FLYING OFFICER X [PSEUD. H.E. BATES] - The Greatest People in the World and other Stories. By Flying Officer 'X'. [Guild Edition].
9131: "[ROYAL NAVY, ADMIRALTY]. AND OF OFFICERS IN VICE ADMIRALTY COURTS IN HER MAJESTY'S POSSESSIONS ABROAD, AND TO CONFIRM THE PAST PROCEEDINGS, TO EXTEND THE JURISDICTION, AND TO AMEND THE PRACTICE OF THOSE COURTS." - "An Act to facilitate the Appointment of Vice Admirals and of Officers in Vice Admiralty Courts in Her Majesty's Possessions abroad, and to confirm the past Proceedings, to extend the Jurisdiction, and to amend the Practice of those Courts. 4 leaves, folio, with fine woodcut arms of Victoria on first leaf; disbound, a remarkably crisp, clean copy. 26 Victoriae, Cap. 24, receiving royal assent on 8 June 1863."
26348: "OFFICIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAMME OF THE CORONATION REVIEW OF THE FLEET BY HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN AT SPITHEAD, 15 JUNE 1953. FFICIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAMME OF THE CORONATION REVIEW OF THE FLEET BY HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN AT SPITHEAD, 15 JUNE 1953." - "8vo., First Edition, with very numerous photographs (a number full-page) and a double-page plan in the text; original photographic wrappers, wire-stitched as issued, a near fine copy. Details include commands, ships, air squadrons, foreign vessels, routings, and six extended essays. With numerous trade advertisements throughout. SSCARCE IN THIS CONDITION"
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22856: W.H. OGILVIE. - The Collected Sporting Verse of Will H. Ogilvie. Ogilvie. IN FULL MOROCCO
8271: J.S. OGILVY - A Pilgrimage in Surrey. BRIGHT CLEAN COPY
16539: G. OHNET - Les Battailles de la Vie. Le Doctor Rameau. Quatre-Vingt-Unieme Edition. CONTEMPORARY MOROCCO BINDING WITH INLAY
19031: H.P. OKIE - Old Silver and Old Sheffield Plate.
25124: H. OLDENBERG - Buddha. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE ORIGINAL BOARDS
15894: R.W. OLDFIELD - The Arms of the University & Colleges of Cambridge. With twenty full-page Reproductions in colour from Drawings by W. . Blackall and A. Cousins.
13910: E. OLDHAM - British Railways Steam in Retrospect.
19408: J. OLDMIXON. - An Essay on Criticism (1728). Introduction by R. . Madden. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
1490: (L.P. HARTLEY). LAURENCE OLIPHANT - Altoria Peto. L.P. HARTLEY'S COPY
3256: G. OLIVER - The History of Exeter. WITH THE ERRATA LEAF
15381: P. MILLS AND J. OLIVER - "The Survey of Building Sites in the City of London after the Great Fire of 1666. Reproduced in Facsimile from Guildhall Library, MS. 84. By permission of the Library Committee of the Corporation of London. [Complete set]."
20814: G.A. OLIVER - A History of Coachbuilding. [Foreword by H. . Mulliner]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
26756: R.L. OLIVER - Malta Besieged.
12390: R. OLIVER - A Guide to the Ordnance Survey One-Inch Seventh Series. [Second Edition].
12391: ROGER HELLYER AND R. OLIVER - Military Maps. The One-Inch Series of Great Britain and Ireland.
12392: ROGER HELLYER AND R. OLIVER - "A Guide to the Ordnance Survey One-Inch Third Edition Maps in Colour. England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland."
12402: R. OLIVER - A Guide to the Ordnance Survey One-Inch New Popular Edition. Guide to the Ordnance Survey One-Inch New Popular Edition.
3552: G. OLIVER - The History of Exeter. JACK SIMMONS' COPY IN PERIOD CALF
12020: D. OLIVER - Airborne Espionage. International Special Duties Operations in the World Wars.
12400: R. OLIVER - A Guide to the Ordnance Survey One-Inch Fifth Edition. Guide to the Ordnance Survey One-Inch Fifth Edition.
19152: J. OLIVER - Railways round the World. Compiled by Jocelyn Oliver.
26242: "OLIVER LYTTLETON, LORD CHANDOS" - The Memoirs of Lord Chandos. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
4469: J. OLIVER - The Ancient Roads of England.
3255: H.P. OLIVEY - "North Curry: Ancient Manor and Hundred. Notes upon the History of the three Parishes: North Curry, Stoke St. Gregory, West Hatch contained therein."
8273: S.L. OLLARD - A Dictionary of English Church History.
22516: RMS OLYMPIC. - [Sale Catalogue of] Garden Statuary and Architectural Items including Five Lots from the RMS Olympic. 10 and 20 May 1998. Sale Code: LINER. FINE COPY
20383: P. OLYSLAGER - Handbook for the Morris Minor 1000. Saloon. Convertible. Estate Car. Morris Series III. Quarter-Ton Van. Quarter-Ton Pick-Up. All Models from 1956.
17968: (NELSON). C. OMAN - Nelson.
15426: (VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM). CHARLES OMAN. - Catalogue of Wall-Papers. [Prefatory Note by Eric Maclagan].
27474: C. OMAN - Sir John Moore. BEST LIFE OF MOORE
16896: (NELSON). C. OMAN - Nelson. IN FULL MOROCCO
20482: VISION ON - Rock'n'Roll Years 1960-2000. The Photographers' Cut.
24632: S. OOKA. - Fires on the Plain. Translated from the Japanese by Ivan Morris. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25227: F.C. VAN OOSTEN - Warship Profile 40: Her Netherlands Majesty's Ship De Ruyter. Her Netherlands Majesty's Ship De Ruyter.
36634: "OPERATION SUSANNAH. AS TOLD TO AVIEZER GOLAN. FOREWORD BY GOLDA MEIR. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with plates; sand boards, brown cloth back lettered in gilt, sand endpapers, a very good, bright, clean copy in unclipped dustwrapper, the latter with closed tears and small losses at backstrip."
8165: R. OPIE - Sweet Memories. A Selection of Confectionery Delights sampled by Robert Opie. SIGNED COPY
19526: IONA OPIE AND P. OPIE (EDS.) - The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes. Edited by Iona and Peter Opie.
21699: M. OPPENHEIM (ED.) - Naval Accounts and Inventories of the Reign of Henry VII 1485-8 and 1495-7.
7985: M. OPPENHEIM (ED.) - "Naval Accounts and Inventories of the Reign of Henry VII, 1485-8 and 1495-7."
22912: S. OPPENHEIMER - Out of Eden. The Peopling of the World. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16135: L. OPPITZ - Sussex Railways Remembered [Second Impression]. ussex Railways Remembered [Second Impression].
27110: "D. ORANGE, D.C. STAPLETON, E. DONOVAN AND LORD DERAMORE" - "Winged Promises. A History of No 14 Squadron RAF, 1915-1945. [Foreword by His Majesty King Hussein I. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26085: (GRAHAM OAKLEY). GEORGE ORDISH. - The Living House. Illustrated by Graham Oakley. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
33022: "THE ORGANIZATION OF WAR UNDER EDWARD III 1338-62. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with plates, maps in the text and large folding map on japon at end; blue cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in price-clipped, mildly browned dustwrapper, the latter with closed tears at head of backstrip."
24233: SUSAN ORLEAN - The Orchid Thief. [A True Story of Beauty and Obsession]. FINE PROOF COPY
26249: SUSAN ORLEAN - The Orchid Thief. [First UK Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20843: A.R. ORME - The Raised Beaches and Strandlines of South Devon.
27379: E. KILMURRAY AND R. ORMOND (EDS.) - John Singer Sargent. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27745: G. ORWELL - Nineteen Eighty-Four. The Facsimile of the Extant Manuscript. Edited by Peter Davison. With a preface by Daniel G. Siegel. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7147: C.S. ORWIN - The Reclamation of Exmoor Forest. G E FUSSELL'S COPY
27802: "C.S. ORWIN, R.J. SELLICK AND V. BONHAM-CARTER" - The Reclamation of Exmoor Forest. [Third Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4867: J.L. OSBORN - Malmesbury.
17358: J.L. OSBORN - The Homeland Handbooks. Volume 91. Worthing with its Surroundings. [Second Edition].
9361: R.A. FREEMAN AND D.R. OSBORNE - The B-17 Flying Fortress Story. Design. Production. History.
1578: JOHN OSBORNE - Plays for England.
19968: "(SHAW, SAVILL & ALBION). H.C. SPONG AND R.H. OSBORNE" - Shaw Savill & Albion. A Fleet History.
18124: JOHN OSBORNE - Inadmissible Evidence. [First Paperback Edition].
12238: R. OSBORNE (ED.) - Conversion for War.
19746: S. OSBORNE - Germany and her Jews.
19732: "OSCAR & PETER JOHNSON, LTD., LOWNDES LODGE GALLERY" - [Catalogue of] Jubilee Exhibition. The Country House & English Landscape. 29 June - 15 July 1977. 29 June - 15 July 1977.
19729: "OSCAR & PETER JOHNSON, LTD., LOWNDES LODGE GALLERY" - [Catalogue of an Exhibition of Works by] Henry and E.K. Redmore. Sea Paintings. 17 March - 2 April 1971.
19374: OSSETT - Diamond Jubilee Souvenir Handbook. 1890-1950. Issued by Authority of Ossett Corporation.
19464: DANIEL DEFOE ET AL. AND OTHERS - Accounts of the Apparition of Mrs. Veal. Veal. Introduction by Manual Schonhorn. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
17191: OTLEY - Official Guide to Otley. Historic Market Town. Issued by Authority of Otley Town Council [Second Edition].
21542: D. OTTEWELL - Old Retford.
24372: R. OTTLEY - Black Odyssey. The Story of the Negro in America.
16214: B. OTTO - The World's Largest Model Railway. Compiled and written by Bertram Otto.
8085: (NONESUCH PRESS). THOMAS OTWAY. - The Complete Works of Thomas Otway. Edited by Montague Summers. 1250 SETS WERE PRINTED
14031: I. OUSBY - Occupation. The Ordeal of France 1940-1944.
10972: E.M. VENABLES AND A.F. OUTEN. - Building Stones of Old Bognor. With Geological and Historical Sketches.
18884: OUTPOST [PSEUD. ANON] - Singapore Nightmare. A Story of the Evacuation and an Escape to Australia. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15166: MON OUVRAGE - Mon Ouvrage. Tous les Travaux de Dames. No. 285. 1 Janvier 1935.
15167: MON OUVRAGE - Mon Ouvrage. (Le Petit Echo de la Mode). Tous les Travaux de Dames. No. 94. 15 Janvier 1927.
15168: MON OUVRAGE - Mon Ouvrage. Tous les Travaux de Dames. No. 277. 1 Septembre 1934.
24873: WILFRED VON OVEN. - Hitler's Storm Troopers. A History of the SA. The Memoirs of Wilfred von Oven. Introduction by Eleanor Hancock. Translated by Geoffrey Brooks. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION
15137: (C. TYRELL). L. OVER. - The Royal Hundred of Bray. [Illustrated by C. Tyrell].
17442: R. OVERY. - Bomber Command 1939-1945. Foreword by Sir Michael Beetham. Interviews conducted by Alex Beetham and Sally Lindsay.
23116: OVID. - The Metamorphoses. Translated by Arthur Golding. Introduction to Translation by Madeleine Forey. Essay by Michael Prodger. 2750 COPIES WERE PRINTED
6927: OVID. - "P. Ovidii Nasonis Metamorphoseon Libri XV. Ovidii Nasonis Metamorphoseon Libri XV. Cum Versione Anglica, ad Verbum, quantum fieri potuit, facta. Or. Ovid's Metamorphoses. With an English Translation, as Literal as possible, and the Original Text carefully corrected [by J. Clarke]. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
6961: OVID. - Publii Ovidii Nasonis. Fastorum Libri VI. Ovid's Fasti; with Notes and an Introduction. [Text in Latin; Introduction and Notes in English]. VESEY BLIGH'S COPY IN PERIOD BINDING
23645: R. OVINGTON - Spinning in America.
10381: H.J. OWEN - Merioneth Volunteers and Local Militia during the Napoleonic Wars (1795-1815). With a Foreword by Lord Atkin.
23797: (WILFRED OWEN). HAROLD OWEN - Journey from Obscurity. Wilfred Owen 1893-1918. Memoirs of the Owen Family. NEAR FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
19960: (WILFRED OWEN). HAROLD OWEN - Aftermath.
19277: (ARISTOTLE). A.S. OWEN - Aristotle on the Art of Poetry. An Analytic Commentary and Notes. Being a Companion to the Translation by Ingram Bywater.
13318: J. OWEN - Nuremberg. Evil on Trial.
11710: T.M. OWEN - Welsh Folk Customs [Second Edition]. elsh Folk Customs [Second Edition].
6676: D.M. OWEN (ED.) - "[Devon and Cornwall Record Society. New Series, Vol. 20]. Historical Manuscripts Commission JP22. John Lydford's Book. Edited, with an Introduction by Dorothy M. Owen."
11398: D.L. OWEN - The Desert My Dwelling Place. With a Foreword by Field-Marshal Sir Gerald Templer. [Special Forces Library].
16898: LORD ROBERTS. WITH A FOREWORD BY THE RT. HON. L.S. AMERY. J H OWEN'S COPY - "8vo., First Edition, with a coloured portrait frontispiece, 15 plates on 12 and 16 maps in the text and front and rear endpaper maps, some light and inoffensive spotting, original navy blue cloth, gilt back, blue top, fore-edges lightly spotted else a very good, clean copy. This copy was formerly in the library of the eminent naval historian J H Owen and bears his initials on half-title."
15799: JOHN OXENHAM - 'All's Well!'. Some Helpful Verse for these Dark Days of War. [Illustrated by Herbert Cole]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
16373: JOHN OXENHAM - The Splendour of the Dawn. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
8661: (BOOKBINDING). BODLEIAN LIBRARY OXFORD. - Gold-Tooled Bookbindings.
45: BODLEIAN LIBRARY OXFORD - "Catalogue of an Exhibition of Books on Medicine, Surgery and Physiology. With a Foreword by Strickland Gibson."
16524: (BOOKBINDING). BODLEIAN LIBRARY OXFORD - Fine Bindings 1500-1700 from Oxford Libraries. Catalogue of an Exhibition.
19180: OXFORD - "The Oxford University and City Guide, on a New Plan. Containing a full Description of the Colleges, Halls, Public Buildings, Libraries, Gardens, Walks, Pictures and Statues, in Oxford [with] a Guide to Blenheim. IN PUBLISHER'S PICTORIAL CLOTH"
20566: BALLIOL COLLEGE OXFORD - Balliol College War Memorial Book 1914-1919.
23702: ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM OXFORD. - The Famous Italian Drawings of the Oxford Collections. Ashmolean Museum and Christ Church Picture Gallery. 400 COPIES WERE PRINTED
25525: L. RICE-OXLEY. - Oxford Renowned. Illustrated in Colour and Monotone by A.B. Knapp-Fisher. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16189: C.T. OXLEY. - Curiosities of Old Yorkshire. Illustrated by Stanley Bond.
18640: C. OXLEY - Bristol. An Illustrated History. SIGNED COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18641: C. OXLEY - Bristol. The Quiet Survivor. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19199: S.W.C. PACK - Night Action off Cape Matapan. Sea Battles in Close Up 2.
14184: S.W.C. PACK - Invasion North Africa 1942.
26198: M. PACKE - First Airborne.
20743: M. PACKE - Winged Stallion. Fighting and Training with the First Airborne. [Second Edition].
26463: JOY PACKER - The High Roof. A Novel. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25823: C. PACKER - Return to Salonika. IN DUSTWRAPPER
23794: W.O. PACKULL - Mysticism and the Early South German-Austrian Anabaptist Movement 1525-153. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
17725: L. PADGETT - Castleford and District in the Olden Time. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
24528: JAMES PATTERSON AND M. PAETRO. - 8th Confession. With Maxine Paetro. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10749: G.B. PAGANI - The Life of Antonio Rosmini-Serbati. Translated from the Italian of the Rev. G. B. Pagani.
11609: F.[A.] PAGDEN - History of Alfriston. [Tenth Edition].
3705: J.L.W. PAGE - "The Coasts of Devon and Lundy Island. Their Towns, Villages, Scenery, Antiquities and Legends. LARGE PAPER COPY IN CALF"
8930: H.E. PAGE - Rambles and Walking Tours in Shakespeare Land and the Cotswolds.
10065: (VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY). W. PAGE (ED.) - The Victoria History of the County of York. Edited by William Page. Volume One [only. Facsimile re-issue].
25025: C. PAGE - Command in the Royal Naval Division. A Military Biography of Brigadier General A M Asquith. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
579: (VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY). WILLIAM PAGE (ED.) - The Victoria History of the County of Durham. Edited by William Page. Volume II [only].
7539: C. OFFICER AND J. PAGE - A Fabulous Kingdom. The Exploration of the Arctic.
19821: J.L.W. PAGE - "An Exploration of Dartmoor and its Antiquities, with some Account of its Borders. Third Edition."
21529: D. SCOTT-MONCRIEFF ST. J. NIXON AND C. PAGET - Three-Pointed Star. The Story of Mercedes-Benz and their Racing Successes.
18617: D. SCOTT-MONCRIEFF AND ST. J. NIXON AND C. PAGET - Three-Pointed Star. The Story of Mercedes-Benz and their Racing Successes.
13997: J. PAGET - The Yeomen of the Guard. Five Hundred Years of Service 1485-1985.
12596: C.S. PAGET - Croydon Homes of the Past. [Second Edition].
19850: C.S. PAGET - By-Ways in the History of Croydon. [Introduction by J. .Pelton]. IN FULL BUCKRAM GILT
19249: MARCEL PAGNOL. - The Days Were Too Short. Translated from the French by Rita Barisse. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK IN ENGLISH
17679: L. PAINE - German Military Intelligence in WWII. The Abwehr.
20518: THOMAS PAINE - The Rights of Man. Introduction by Arthur Seldon. [Everyman's Library edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
38361: "PALESTINE 1948. WAR, ESCAPE AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE PALESTINIAN REFUGEE PROBLEM. [FOREWORD BY WALTER LACQUER.] NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with full-page map in the text; green cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
23763: M. PALLIS - Tableaux in Greek History. London: 25 March 1943 - 25 March 1944. NEAR FINE COPY
19489: MME. B. PALLISER - "Histoire de la Dentelle. Traduit par La Comtesse Gedeon de Clermont-Tonnerre. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
12534: J-P. PALLUD - Ruckmarsch then and now. The German Retreat from Normandy.
12550: J-P. PALLUD - Blitzkrieg in the West then and now.
12547: J-P. PALLUD - Battle of the Bulge then and now.
21556: W.T. PALMER - Wanderings in Surrey.
8616: J.H. PALMER - On Foot in Lakeland. 43 Rambles amongst the beautiful English Lakes.
25708: A. PALMER - A Diplomat and his Birds. SIGNED COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9891: J. PALMER - Luck on my Side. The Diaries and Reflections of a Young Wartime Sailor 1939-1945.
18951: A. PALMER - Napoleon in Russia.
16233: W.T. PALMER - Wales. Its History and Romance. Where to Go and What to See.
1001: R.L. PALMER - English Monasteries in the Middle Ages. An Outline of Monastic Architecture and Custom from the Conquest to the Suppression.
12873: W.T. PALMER - Odd Corners in Surrey.
11798: J. PALMER - The Midland Line to London.
2707: K. PALMER - Oral Folk-Tales of Wessex.
20874: D.M. PALMER - M.G. Cars. A Practical Guide to Maintenance and Repair covering Models from 1946. [Third Edition].
17054: P. PALMER. - Denmark in Nazi Chains. With Foreword by Vernon Bartlett.
638: J.M. PANNELL - Old Southampton Shores.
7269: W.A. PANTIN - "Canterbury College Oxford. Volume IV. Oxford Historical Society, New Series, Vol. XXX"
24320: FRANZ VON PAPEN. - Memoirs. Translated by Brian Connell. [First English Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10649: R. PAPINI - Decorative Arts and Architecture of the 1920s. Le Arti dOggi.
22420: F. DE PARAVICINI - Early History of Balliol College.
24566: R. PARES - King George III and the Politicians. The Ford Lectures delivered in the University of Oxford 1951-2. [Second Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25878: V. PARETO. - The Mind and Society. [First English Edition].
23859: C.J. PARGETER - Hipper Class Heavy Cruisers. FINE COPY
18765: PARIS - Plan de Paris par Arrondissement. [Pocket Guide] SPLENDID COPY. SPLENDID COPY
18198: PARIS - "[Paris]. L'Ile Saint-Louis. L'Ile de la Cite. Le Quartier de l'Ancienne Universite. Le Quartier de l'Ancienne Universite. Preface Pierre Gaxotte. Introduction Yvan Christ. Monographies des Hotels, des Eglises, des Colleges Jacques Sylvestre de Sacy, Philippe Sigur 3500 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
25190: HENRY JOHN PARIS - English Watercolour Painters. [Britain in Pictures series]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20453: C. PARISH - The History of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne. Volume II 1896-1989. [With Contributions by Others].
10684: MUNGO PARK. - Travels in the Interior of Africa. Introduction and Epilogue by John Keay.
7039: J.J. PARK - "The Topography and Natural History of Hampstead, in the County of Middlesex. With an Appendix of Original Records. BOUND WITHOUT THE FOLDING MAP"
2423: E. PARKER - Surrey.
16773: ERIC PARKER - The Lonsdale Library. The History of Cricket.
12229: G.H. PARKER - Astern Business. 75 Years of UK Shipbuilding.
25774: E. PARKER (ED.) - "Lonsdale Library. Volume XX. Game Birds, Beasts and Fishes. Natural History for Sportsmen."
25582: M. PARKER - "The Sugar Barons. Family, Corruption, Empire and War. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21154: D.S. PARKER (ED.) - Hitler's Ardennes Offensive. The German View of the Battle of the Bulge. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10594: DOROTHY PARKER. - The Best of Dorothy Parker. Illustrations by Helen Smithson. Introduction by Mervyn Horder.
13334: J.O. PARKER - The Oxley Parker Papers. From the Letters and Diaries of an Essex Family of Land Agents in the Nineteenth Century.
14468: (HUGH THOMSON). ERIC PARKER. - [Surrey]. Highways and Byways. .With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. FINE SET OF FIRST ISSUE IN PARTS
17650: A. PARKER - Roach. How to Catch Them [Second Impression].
26829: E. PARKER (ED.) - "Lonsdale Library. Volume III. Shooting by Moor, Field and Shore. A practical Guide to modern Methods..."
22785: DOROTHY PARKER. - The Best of Dorothy Parker. Introduction by Mervyn Horder. Illustrations by Helen Smithson. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
20247: ERIC PARKER ET AL. - Lonsdale Library. Volume IV. Fine Angling for Coarse Fish.
26000: ERIC PARKER - "Memory looks Forward. An Autobiography. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
11598: R. PARKER - Men of Dunwich. The Story of a Vanished Town.
23891: (HUGH THOMSON). ERIC PARKER. - "Highways and Byways in Surrey. With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16267: (WINSTON S. CHURCHILL). R.A.C. PARKER - Churchill and Appeasement.
16669: JOHN HENRY PARKER. - An Introduction to the Study of Gothic Architecture. Eleventh Edition.
25751: J. PARKER - Black Watch. The Inside Story of the Oldest Highland Regiment in the British Army. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19157: (WILLIAM MCLAREN). E. PARKER. - Surrey Gardens. Illustrated by William McLaren.
18672: A. PARKER - Roach. How to Catch Them [Third Impression].
22344: R.A.C. PARKER - Struggle for Survival. The History of the Second World War. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25154: (ARTHUR J. ELSLEY). T. PARKER - Golden Hours. The Paintings of Arthur J Elsley 1860-1952. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17931: J.A. PARKER - "The Scottish Mountaineering Club Guide. The Western Highlands. [Third Edition, Revised]."
8004: R. PARKER - Men of Dunwich.
20251: ERIC PARKER ET AL. - Lonsdale Library. Volume XXVI. The Lonsdale Keeper's Book.
25580: J. PARKES - The Story of Three David Salomons at Broomhill.
17127: O. PARKES - "British Battleships. 'Warrior' 1860 to 'Vanguard' 1950. A History of Design, Construction and Armament. New and Revised Edition..With a Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. [Fourth Impression].."
11264: E.W. PARKIN - Wingham. A Medieval Town.
9141: (GEORGE ELIOT). S. PARKINSON - Scenes from 'George Eliot' Country.
27623: S. PARKINSON - "Scenes from 'George Eliot' Country. BRIGHT, FRESH COPY WITH POSTCARDS"
24192: C.N. PARKINSON - The Life and Times of Horatio Hornblower. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25497: N. PARKINSON - Would you let your Daughter?. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9272: C.N. PARKINSON - Trade in the Eastern Seas 1793-1813. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
18849: FRANCIS PARKMAN. - The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada. [Introduction by Thomas Seccombe]. FIRST EDITION IN EVERYMAN
21661: FRANCIS PARKMAN - [The Centenary Edition of the Works of Francis Parkman]. COMPLETE SET OF THE CENTENARY EDITION
12900: FRANCIS PARKMAN. - Letters of Francis Parkman.
3166: (WILLIAM IV). ACT OF PARLIAMENT  - "[Enclosure Act: Cherhill, Calne, Compton Bassett, Calstone]. And certain Common Meadows and Common Field Lands in that Parish, and in the Parishes of Calne, Calstone, Wellington, and Compton Bassett, in the County of Wilts."
5595: (EDWARD VII). ACT OF PARLIAMENT - [Wimbledon and Sutton Railway]. And authorising them to construct Railways and Works in the County of Surrey and for other Purposes.
19027: A. PARLOUR AND S. PARLOUR. - Phantom at War. The British Army's Secret Intelligence and Communication Regiment of World War Two. Foreword by Sir Robert Mark. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24999: (R.B. STEPHENS). S. PARLOUR AND A. PARLOUR (EDS.) - HMS Tarana [SOE Trawler]. Under Two Flags. Foreword by Major General A.J. Deane-Drummond. SIGNED BY CO-AUTHORS
14687: (HARRY ROUNTREE). J.R. CROSSLAND AND J.M. PARRISH (EDS.) - The Boys' and Girls' Adventure Book. [Illustrated by Harry Rountree et al.]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
906: J.D. PARRY - "An historical and Descriptive Account of the Coast of Sussex. BRIGHT, CRISP, CLEAN COPY"
25624: A. PARRY (ED.) - The Admirals Fremantle.
6042: D.H. PARRY - 'The Death or Glory Boys'. The Story of the 17th Lancers.
9037: W.G.L. PARSONS - A 'Mellstock Quire' Boy's Recollections of Thomas Hardy.
1768: C.E. PARSONS - "All Saints' Church, Horseheath. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
24902: R.T. PARSONS. - The Observer's Book of Automobiles. With a Foreword by Stirling Moss. FIRST EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
170: W. PARTINGTON. - Thomas J. Wise in the original cloth. The Life and Record of the Forger of the Nineteenth-Century Pamphlets. With an Appendix by George Bernard Shaw.
18183: (GENERAL IRA EAKER). J. PARTON - "'Air Force Spoken Here', General Ira Eaker and the Command of the Air. Air Force Spoken Here', General Ira Eaker and the Command of the Air."
1137: W.J. PASSINGHAM - London's Markets. Their Origin and History.
23883: BORIS PASTERNAK. - "Doctor Zhivago. Translated from the Russian by Max Hayward and Manya Harari. [First English Club Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
25201: X. PASTOR - Anatomy of the Ship. The Ships of Christopher Columbus. Santa Maria. Nina. Pinta. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
8842: L. PATERSON - The First U-Boat Flotilla.
23441: L. PATERSON - Donitz's Last Gamble. The Inshore U-Boat Campaign 1944-45. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7260: D. PATERSON - A New and Accurate Description of the all the Direct and Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales. The Fourteenth Edition.
17139: L. PATERSON - Second U-boat Flotilla.
19524: PATERSON'S GUIDE - Paterson's Guide to the Rhine and its Provinces.
23644: C. PATMORE - Principle in Art. Second Edition.
22063: N. PATNAIK - A Desert Kingdom. The Rajputs of Bikaner.
1582: ALAN PATON - Too Late the Phalarope.
19435: S. PATRICK. - A Brief Account of the New Sect of Latitude-Men (1662). Introduction by T. . Birrell. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
23843: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Yellow Admiral. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21689: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Thirteen Gun Salute. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21017: PATRICK O'BRIAN - [Master and Commander. Jack Aubrey. Stephen Maturin]. THE AUBREY-MATURIN SEQUENCE IN PAPERBACK
19189: PATRICK O'BRIAN - "The Golden Ocean. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER,"
15296: PATRICK O'BRIAN - "The Fortune of War [A Jack Aubrey novel]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
21688: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Letter of Marque. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15962: PATRICK O'BRIAN. - The Final Unfinished Voyage of Jack Aubrey. Including Facsimile of the Manuscript. Foreword by William Waldegrave. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8075: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Hundred Days. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8076: PATRICK O'BRIAN - Blue at the Mizzen.
21054: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Golden Ocean. FIRST EDITION IN HARPER COLLINS PAPERBACK
24347: PATRICK O'BRIAN. - The Yellow Admiral. [Read by Gordon Griffin. Unabridged audio book]. FINE SET IN OYSTER CASE
23851: PATRICK O'BRIAN - The Commodore.
26056: A.H. PATTERSON - "A Norfolk Naturalist. Observations on Birds, Mammals and Fishes. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
18842: A.T. PATTERSON - Jellicoe. A Biography. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
24687: JAMES PATTERSON - Cross Country. [An Alex Cross novel]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
794: (UPPINGHAM SCHOOL). W.S. PATTERSON - Sixty Years of Uppingham Cricket.
26019: A.H. PATTERSON. - Notes of an East Coast Naturalist. A Series of Observations made at odd Times during a Period of Twenty-Five Years in the Neighbourhood of Great Yarmouth. Illustrated in Colour by F. Southgate. Second Edition.
18841: A.T. PATTERSON - Jellicoe. A Biography.
21244: HARRY PATTERSON - The Valhalla Exchange. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21245: HARRY PATTERSON - To Catch a King. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15496: R.P. DUNN-PATTISON - History of the 91st Argyllshire Highlanders now the 1st Battalion Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders).
14940: A. PAUCKER. - Jewish Resistance in Germany. The Facts and the Problems. [Translated by Louise Willmot].
14218: "(ROBERT NANTEUIL) PAUL PROUTE, SA." - Robert Nanteuil. Catalogue No. 99. Printemps 1992. [Trade catalogue].
14614: W.P. PAUL - "History of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 6th Battalion, 93rd Anti-Tank Regiment RA (A&SH)."
14233: W. PAUL - Hermann Goering. Hitler Paladin or Puppet? Translated by Helmut Boegler.
18008: D.M. PAULIN - Country Gold and other Poems.
4351: G.L. PAWLOWSKI - Flat-Tops and Fledglings. A History of American Aircraft Carriers.
19469: H.N. PAYNE. - The Fatal Jealousie (1673). Introduction by Willard Thorp. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
10192: (GENERAL GEORGE MARSHALL). R. PAYNE - General Marshall. A Study in Loyalties.
6537: A.A. PAYNE - "A Handbook of British and Foreign Orders, War Medals and Decorations awarded to the Army and Navy. Chiefly described from those in the Collection of A.A. Payne of which there are some 2,500."
119: J.R. PAYNE. - W.H. Hudson. A Bibliography. Foreword by Alfred J. Knopf. FINE COPY
8998: W.H. PAYNTER - "The Parish Church of St. Martin, Liskeard."
24526: M. PAYTON AND G. PAYTON - The Observer's Book of Pottery and Porcelain. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
20332: M. PAYTON AND G. PAYTON - The Observer's Book of Glass. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16662: L. DU GARDE PEACH. - An Adventure from History. Sir Walter Raleigh.
25390: W. PEACOCK (ED.) - Selected English Essays. Chosen and Arranged by W. Peacock. [Worlds Classics Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21702: F. PEARCE - Last Call for HMS Edinburgh. A Story of the Russian Convoys. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11060: E.H. PEARCE - The Monks of Westminster. Being a Register of the Brethren of the Convent from the Time of the Confessor to the Dissolution. With Lists of the Obedientiaries and an Introduction. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
18915: E. PEARCE - Pitt the Elder. Man of War.
26148: (ADOLF EICHMANN). M. PEARLMAN - "The Capture of Adolf Eichmann. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
316: W.H. PEARSALL - Mountains and Moorland.
544: M.G. PEARSE - Cornish Stories. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
17963: HESKETH PEARSON - Labby. (The Life and Character of Henry Labouchere).
13797: HESKETH PEARSON - Bernard Shaw. His Life and Personality [with] G. .S. A Postscript. [The Shaw biography complete].
13805: HESKETH PEARSON - "Dickens. His Character, Comedy and Career. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
13783: HESKETH PEARSON - Extraordinary People.
13786: H. PEARSON - Tom Paine. Friend of Mankind.
13787: HESKETH PEARSON - The Last Actor-Managers. With Illustrations from the Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson Theatre Collection.
13788: (ERASMUS DARWIN). HESKETH PEARSON - Doctor [Erasmus] Darwin. octor [Erasmus] Darwin.
13789: (ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE). HESKETH PEARSON - Conan Doyle. His Life and Art.
15738: ROBERT EDWIN PEARY - Nearest the Pole. A Narrative of the Polar Expedition of the Peary Arctic Club in the SS Roosevelt 1905-1906.
21308: A.V. PEATLING - Ancient Stained and Painted Glass in the Churches of Surrey.
20647: B. PEDGLEY AND D. PEDGLEY. - "Crowmarsh. A History of Crowmarsh Gifford, Newnham Murren, Mongewell and North Stoke."
26859: M. PEDRICK - Moor Park: The Grosvenor Legacy. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
4511: H.B PEEBLES - "Warshipbuilding on the Clyde. Naval Orders and the Prosperity of the Clyde Shipbuilding Industry, 1889-1939."
25077: J.H.B. PEEL. - Country Talk Again. [Illustrated by Biro]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12386: J.H.B. PEEL - "In the Country. Poems, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR TO HIS MOTHER."
18742: D.C. PEEL - How to Keep House.
25078: J.H.B. PEEL. - Country Talk [with] More Country Talk [with] New Country Talk [with] Country Talk Again [with] Country Talk Continued [with] Latest Country Talk [with] Another Country Talk. 'COUNTRY TALK' COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
21443: (ROBERT PEEL). G. PEEL - "The Tenth Richard Cobden Lecture. The Work of Sir Robert Peel and its Lessons for To-day. Given under the Auspices of the Dunford House (Cobden Memorial) Association, 22 June 1938. Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler in the Chair. IN THE ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
2162: J.H.B. PEEL - Latest Country Talk. [Illustrated by Biro]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5179: J.H.B. PEEL - Small Calendars. Country Essays. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5181: J.H.B. PEEL - Portrait of Exmoor.
25302: L. PEILLARD - Sink the Tirpitz!. ink the Tirpitz! Translated from the French by Oliver Coburn.
24498: G. PEIS. - The Man who started the War. [Foreword by Alfred Helmut Naujocks].
25826: THE SIEGE AT PEKING. - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece, 33 plates on 20, 5 maps in the text and 2 coloured maps; cloth, a good, clean copy in dustwrapper, the latter a little browned at backstrip. Standard account of the Legations in Peking under attack from both the Boxers and the Imperial Chinese Army in 1900."
19760: (LE PLAY SOCIETY). H.J. FLEURE AND R.A. PELHAM (EDS.) - Eastern Carpathian Studies: Roumania [with] South Carpathian Studies: Roumania II. LE PLAY SOCIETY: ROUMANIA COMPLETE IN BUCKRAM
7270: FEDERIGO PELLEGRINI - Discorso sopra il primo salmo penitentiale. THE BANGOR COPY
22864: J. PELLEGRINO - The Last Train from Hiroshima. The Survivors Look Back. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
19116: L.F. PELTOR - "Kilburn, Yorkshire."
26835: W. BARING PEMBERTON - Battles of the Boer War. [Batsford Brititsh Battles series]. IN DUSTWRAPPER
1286: W. BARING PEMBERTON - Battles of the Crimean War.
16864: J. PENDLETON - "Our Railways. Their Origin, Development, Incident and Romance. COMPLETE SET"
18063: V. ['POPSKI'] PENIAKOFF - Private Army.
26785: MARIA PENKALA - Magic Blanc de Chine. A Handbook for the Collector. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20113: H. CHOLMONDELEY-PENNELL (ED.) - "The Fishermans Magazine and Review. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN ORIGINAL CLOTH"
18002: JOSEPH PENNELL (ILLUS.). - A London Reverie. Fifty-Six Drawings by Joseph Pennell. Arranged with an Introductory Essay and Notes by J.C. Squire.
24019: R. PENNIE - John Ramsbottom. A Victorian Engineering Giant. FINE COPY
23159: D. BRUNTON AND D.H. PENNINGTON - Members of the Long Parliament. Introduction by R.H. Tawney.
26388: C.B. PENNINGTON - "St. Wulfran's, Ovingdean, Brighton. Wulfran's, Ovingdean, Brighton. Historical Survey and Notes of the Parish of Ovingdean, 1050-1928."
27103: H. PENTECOST - The Girl with Six Fingers. A John Jericho Mystery Novel. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17895: SAMUEL PEPYS. - The Diary of Samuel Pepys. A New and Complete Transcription edited by Robert Latham and William Matthews. NINE VOLUMES OF THE DIARY ITSELF
6240: SAMUEL PEPYS. - The Diary of Samuel Pepys. Volume I [only]. 1660. A New and Complete Transcription.
22942: SAMUEL PEPYS. - "The Diary of Samuel Pepys. A New and Complete Transcription edited by Robert Latham and William Matthews. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
17365: SAMUEL PEPYS. - The Letters of Samuel Pepys and hs Family Circle.
23163: THOMAS SHELTON. SAMUEL PEPYS. - "A Tutor to Tachygraphy, or Short-writing (1642) [with] Tachygraphy (1647) [with] Pepys' Description of the Great Fire of London (1666) [in shorthand]. Introduction by William Matthews. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
17004: HENRY PERCY. - "The Household Papers of Henry Percy, Ninth Earl of Northumberland (1564-1632). Edited for the Royal Historical Society by G. . Batho."
10056: S.J. PERELMAN - The Ill-Tempered Clavichord.
27772: J. PERKINS - Westminster Abbey. Its Worship and Ornaments. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
14018: (DAN PATTERSON). PAUL PERKINS. - Mustang. North American P-51. Text by Paul Perkins. Photographs by Dan Patterson.
27803: V.F. STORR AND J. PERKINS - "Historic Occasions in Westminster Abbey. Historical Sermons preached in Westminster Abbey with a Biographical Note of each Preacher. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
15196: B. TAYLOR AND B. VAN PERLO - "Rails. A Guide to the Rails, Crakes, Gallinules and Coots of the World."
15412: G. PERRAULT - Paris under the Occupation.
24624: A.J. PERRETT - Royal Marines in East Devon. A History of Lympstone amd Dalditch Camps.
17317: G. PERRETT - The Hawks. A Short History of the 14th/20th King's Hussars.
21453: A.J. PERRETT - The Royal Marines in Wales.
8532: H. PERRIN. - Priest-Workman in Germany. Translated by Rosemary Sheed.
24203: W.G. PERRIN (ED.) - The Naval Miscellany. Volume III [this volume only] .
14974: I.S. PERRIN - British Flowering Plants. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
21175: C. PERRINS - New Naturalist. British Tits.
24643: D.W. SNOW AND C.M. PERRINS [WITH OTHERS] - The Birds of the Western Palearctic. Concise Edition. NEAR FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
21151: W.H. PERRY - Fishermen's Handbook. Edited by Capt. W.H. Perry for the UK Trawlers Mutual Insurance Company Limited. FINE COPY
20228: P.J.C. PERRY - An Extraordinary Commission. The Story of a Journey through Europe's Disaster. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15560: RICHARD PERRY - Shetland Sanctuary. Birds on the Isle of Noss.
6488: F. PERRY - Scent in the Garden. Photographs by Deni Brown.
12240: "(NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LTD.). L.J. FARQUHAR N.J KIRBY AND F.W. PERRY" - Crossed Flags. The Histories of the New Zealand Shipping Company Limited and the Federal Steam Navigation Company Limited and their Subsidiaries. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26780: J. TAVENOR-PERRY - "Dinanderie. A History and Description of Medieval Art Work in Copper, Brass and Bronze. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
6215: "PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF GIBRALTAR WITH THE THE DISPOSITION OF THE SPANISH ATTACK, AND RELIEF OF THE GARRISON BY THE ENGLISH FLEET UNDER THE COMMAND OF ADMIRAL DARBY, 12 APRIL 1781." - "Engraved aquatint measuring approx. 6.75 x 9.00 ins (17.25 x 22.75 cms), tastefully coloured in wash by hand, some very light age-marking; mounted, framed, glazed and ready for display. This engraving was prepared by Lodge, published on 1 October 1782 by J. Fielding of Paternoster Row, J. Sewell of Cornhill and J. Debrett of Piccadilly, and issued with the September 1782 number of the 'European Magazine'. It depicts the Rock from the Spanish town of La Linea with the Spanish troops encamped and deployed in the foreground. The English fleet appears in the middle distance with Gibraltar and its fortifications in the backgound. Scarce, especially in this condition."
13094: M.A. PESZKE - The Polish Navy in the Second World War. A Historical Sketch.
17197: D. PETAVIUS [D [PETAU - Wholly unrestored contemporary binding. IN WHOLLY UNRESTORED PERIOD BINDING
1583: ELLIS PETERS - The Leper of St. Giles. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
13145: G.W.H. PETERS - Famous Regiments. The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. (The 16th Regiment of Foot). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
11470: G.W.H. PETERS - Famous Regiments. The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. (The 16th Regiment of Foot). [Introduction by Lt.-Gen. Sir Brian Horrocks].
11077: ELLIS PETERS - Monk's Hood. Read by Stephen Thorne. [The third Chronicle of Brother Cadfael. Unabridged audio book].
7412: ELLIS PETERS - The Potter's Field. The Seventeenth Chronicle of Brother Cadfael. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3136: ELLIS PETERS - The Holy Thief. The Nineteenth Chronicle of Brother Cadfael. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23108: R.T. PETERSSON - Sir Kenelm Digby. The Ornament of England 1603-1665. REGINALD SPENCE PRESENTATION COPY
27350: (SHARPE COLLECTION). H. PETRIE - Sussex Churches. The Sharpe Collection of Watercolours and Drawings 1797-1809 mainly by Henry Petrie. The Property of the Sussex Archaeological Society.
27572: C. PETRIE - The Jacobite Movement. WITH A.L. s FROM THE AUTHOR
14655: FLINDERS PETRIE - Egyptian Architecture.
27412: P. PETTIT - "The New Shell Guides [to Devon]. Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Introduction by Winston Graham. Photography by Martin Dohrn. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
16854: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. London. I. The Cities of London and Westminster. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
8097: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Lancashire 1. The Industrial and Commercial South. [wrapper lettered 'South Lancashire'].
9615: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Buckinghamshire.
8112: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Hereford shire.
17220: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Yorkshire. The North Riding.
17603: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Wiltshire. With Notes on the Prehistoric and Roman Antiquities by Derek Simpson.
4451: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Cambridgeshire.
24077: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Buckinghamshire. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6863: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Middlesex.
24078: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Cumberland and Westmorland. [Third Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16675: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Buckinghamshire.
1778: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Cambridgeshire. [Second Edition].
25734: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Wiltshire. With Notes on the Prehistoric and Roman Antiquities by Derek Simpson. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6269: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - Buildings of England. South Devon.
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16468: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Essex.
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11410: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. North Somerset and Bristol.
11286: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Bedfordshire and the County of Huntingdon and Peterborough.
11412: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Leicestershire and Rutland.
10120: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Worcestershire.
7345: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Cumberland and Westmorland.
10878: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Shropshire.
21895: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Nottinghamshire.
25142: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - "The Buildings of England. London. I. The Cities of London and Westminster. [Second Edition, extensively revised]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
7084: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Hertfordshire..
18526: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Berkshire.
19802: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - An Outline of European Architecture. [Jubilee Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
16577: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Suffolk..
8115: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Shropshire.
8096: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Lancashire 2. The Rural North. [wrapper lettered 'North Lancashire'].
8660: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. Staffordshire.
19258: NIKOLAUS PEVSNER - The Buildings of England. London. I. The Cities of London and Westminster.
25488: (AMEDEO MODIGLIANI). A. PFANNSTIEL. - L'Art et la Vie. Modigliani. Preface de Louis Latourrettes. THE FIRST MAJOR STUDY
6293: IDA PFEIFFER - "Visit to Iceland and the Scandinavian North. Translated from the German of Madame Ida Pfeiffer. With explanatory Notes. To which are added an Essay on Icelandic Poetry, from the French of M. Bergmann; a Translation of the Icelandic Poem 'The Voluspa'."
34382: "PHANTOM OVER VIETNAM. FIGHTER PILOT, USMC. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with map as frontispiece; blue cloth, gilt back, a fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper."
26431: G. PHELPS - A Short History of English Literature. A Short History of English Literature.
10552: COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF PHILADELPHIA - A Descriptive List of the Incunabula in the Library of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. [Introduction by Charles Perry Fisher].
25305: T.R.G. PHILBIN - Warship Profile 37: SMS Konig. SMS Konig.
21872: NATHANIEL PHILBRICK - Mayflower. A Voyage to War. [First UK Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24915: NATHANIEL PHILBRICK - Sea of Glory. The Epic South Seas Expedition 1838-1842. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19771: H. ST. JOHN PHILBY - Arabia. IN FULL MOROCCO
7104: [WING BOOKS] BIBLIOTHECA PHILLIPPICA.. - [Sale Catalogues of] Bibliotheca Phillippica. New Series: Fifteenth [and Seventeenth] Parts. Books Printed in England and English Books Printed Abroad 1641-1700. 24-25 November 1975 and 30 June 1976. COMPLETE SET
9109: C.E.L. PHILLIPS - The Spanish Pimpernel.
23530: R.R. PHILLIPS - Small Country Houses of To-Day. Volume Three.
10543: W.V. PHILLIPS - Wanstead through the Ages. Colour Illustrations by Arthur Parsons. Black and White Sketches by Arthur H. Barns. [Second Edition. With 'A Message to Youth' by Winston S. Churchill]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
285: E.C. PHILLIPS - The Birds of Breconshire. [First Trade and Best Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY OF SCARCE CENTRAL WALES AVIFAUNA
23586: R. PHILLIPS. - "A Geological, Historical and Topographical Description of the Borough of Reigate. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
24093: E.C. PHILLIPS - "The Birds of Breconshire. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
19651: J. PHILLIPS - "The Rivers, Mountains, and Sea-Coast of Yorkshire with Essays on the Climate, Scenery, and Ancient Inhabitants of the County. EARLY ISSUE OF THE FIRST EDITION"
26779: E. PHILLPOTT. - A West Country Pilgrimage. Illustrated by A. . Benthall. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
18573: EDEN PHILLPOTTS - A Hundred Lyrics by Eden Phillpotts. Hundred Lyrics by Eden Phillpotts.
21667: EDEN PHILLPOTTS - A Hundred Lyrics by Eden Phillpotts. Hundred Lyrics by Eden Phillpotts.
23339: M.J.F. BOWYER AND B. PHILPOTT. - Classic Aircraft No. 7: Mosquito. Classic Aircraft No. 7. Their History and how to model them. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
23302: B. PHILPOTT - Fighters defending the Reich. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
22245: B. PHILPOTT - Famous Fighter Aces. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23301: B. PHILPOTT - World War 2 Photo Album No. 10. 10. German Fighters over England. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
23299: B. PHILPOTT - World War 2 Photo Album No. 16. 16. German Fighters over Russia. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
10839: BRITISH JOURNAL PHOTOGRAPHIC - British Journal Photographic Almanac 1950.
27888: J. PHYSICK - "The Duke of Wellington in Caricature. [Foreword by His Grace the Duke of Wellington]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23631: G.C. PICARD AND C. PICARD - The Life and Death of Carthage. A Survey of Punic History and Culture from its Birth to the final Tragedy. Translated from the French by Dominique Collon. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
19845: (GIORGIO BELLONI). E. PICENI - Giorgio Belloni. [With extended and illustrated Introduction by Piceni]. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
16657: T. PICKARD - We Make Ships.
10867: D. PICKFORD - The Spirit of Macclesfield. The Twentieth Century in Photographs.
12114: "L. PICKNETT, C. PRINCE AND S. PRIOR" - Double Standards. The Rudolf Hess Cover-Up. With additional Research by Robert Brydon. A PRESENTATION COPY SIGNED BY ALL FOUR AUTHORS
16429: K. PICKTHORN - Early Tudor Government. Henry VII [Second and Revised Edition].
8375: J.A. PICTON [AND J.A. PICTON] - "Memorials of Liverpool, historical and topographical. Including a History of the Dock Estate. Second Edition, Revised, with Additions. [The topographical volume being the 1903 re-issue continued to the End of the Reign of Queen Victoria. COMPLETE EXTENDED SET IN ORIGINAL BINDING"
26107: T. PIDGEON - "The Tanks at Flers. An Account of the First Use of Tanks at the Battle of Flers-Courcelette, the Somme, 15 Sept. 1916. FINE SET"
5970: H. PIDGEON - Memorials of Shrewsbury. Being a concise Description of the Town and its Environs adapted as a general Guide for the Information of Visitors and Residents. WITH ADDENDA AND ERRATA LEAVES
7284: J. PIEKALKIEWICZ - Sea War 1939-1945. Translated from the German by Peter Spurgeon.
27699: J. PIEKALKIEWICZ - Operation Citadel. Kursk and Orel: The Greatest Tank Battle of the Second World War. Translated from the German by Michaela Nierhaus. [First English Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20750: JANUSZ PIEKALKIEWICZ. - Arnhem 1944. Translated by H.A. and A.J. Barker.
27694: J. PIEKALKIEWICZ - Moscow 1941. The Frozen Offensive. [First English Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23347: JANUSZ PIEKALKIEWICZ. - The Air War 1939-1945. Translated from the German by Jan van Heurck. [First English Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26909: A.A. PIENAAR. - Maanhaar. The Adventures of a Lion-Family and other East African Sketches. Translated from the Afrikaans by B. and E.D. Lewis. With an Introduction by Sir Percy Fitzpatrick. [Illustrations by H.A. Aschenborn].
13756: "PIERRE ANDREZEL, [PSEUD. KAREN BLIXEN]" - The Angelic Avengers [Gengaeldelsens Veje]. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
18140: J.H.B. DE SAINT-PIERRE. - "La Chaumiere Indienne, Le Cafe de Surate etc. Suivis de Notes, et precedes d'une Notice par L.T. Ventouillac. Seconde Edition. SCARCE LONDON IMPRINT"
17962: MAJOR-GENERAL FRANCIS PIGGOTT - "Broken Thread. An Autobiography. With Preface by Field-Marshal the Lord Milne of Salonika and Rubislaw, and Foreword by Lord Hankey."
17231: J. PIGGOTT. - Famous Regiments. Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps. [Introduction by Lt. General Sir Brian Horrocks].
22129: T. PIGNATORRE - The Ancient Monuments of Rome.
2732: O.G. PIKE - Picture Stories from Birdland.
25299: W. PIKE - "The Barren Ground of Northern Canada. BRIGHT, FRESH COPY"
26544: T. OWEN AND E. PILBEAM . - Ordnance Survey. Map Makers to Britain since 1791. [First Paperback Edition]. FINE COPY
19330: (ROBERT BOYLE). R. PILKINGTON - Robert Boyle. Father of Chemistry.
787: J.C. PILLING - Oxfordshire Houses.
13914: C. PINCHER - A Web of Deception. The Spycatcher Affair.
1496: (THOMAS HARDY). F.B. PINION - A Hardy Companion. A Guide to the Works of Thomas Hardy and their Background.
22805: (ANDY MARTIN). STEVEN PINKER. - How the Mind Works. Illustrated by Andy Martin.
14877: MRS. PIOZZI. - "Autobiography, Letters and Literary Remains of Mrs. Piozzi (Thrale). Piozzi (Thrale). Edited with Notes and an Introductory Account of her Life and Writings."
27612: SAMUEL JOHNSON. HESTER PIOZZI - Samuel Johnson. Samuel Johnson edited by William Shaw. Hester Piozzi edited by Arthur Sherbo. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
23139: (SAMUEL JOHNSON). HESTER LYNCH PIOZZI. - "Anecdotes of Samuel Johnson by Hesther Lynch Piozzi. Edited, with an Introduction, by S. . Roberts."
6303: A.C. PIPER - Alfriston. The Story of a Sussex Downland Village.
27564: J. BETJEMAN AND J. PIPER (EDS.) - Murray's Buckinghamshire Architectural Guide.
27396: J. PIPER - Oxfordshire ( not including the City of Oxford). A Shell Guide. [Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22079: JOHN PIPER - Romney Marsh. Illustrated and described by John Piper [King Penguin 55]. IN FULL MOROCCO
19567: JOHN PIPER - Romney Marsh. Illustrated and described by John Piper [King Penguin 55].
24117: HENRI PIRENNE. - Mohammed & Charlemagne. Introduction by Averil Cameron. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
25080: L. PIRES - Fantastic! The Extraordinary Life of Lino Pires. Foreword by David Hobbs. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
15408: J.H.H. PIRIE - Stamps and Postal History of Swaziland and of the New Republic.
15407: J.H.H. PIRIE - World War II Philately of Southern and Eastern Africa.
27193: L. PISSARRO - Lucien Pissarro. His Watercolours. 3-26 October 1990. NEAR FINE COPY
6548: "PITCAIRN: THE ISLAND, THE PEOPLE, AND THE PASTOR; WITH A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE MUTINY OF THE BOUNTY. SECOND EDITION. 'ADDITIONAL INTELLIGENCE RESPECTING PITCAIRN AND THE ISLANDERS'" - "16mo., Second Edition, with an engraved frontispiece, 10 engraved plates and an engraved chart, plates lightly spotted, neat contemporary inscription on half-title, embossed personal stamp on front free endpaper and half-title; original pictorial red cloth blocked in gilt and blind, gilt back, neatly rebacked with old backstrip gilt laid down, a very good, tight, clean copy. First published earlier the same year, this is arguably the best mid-nineteenth century account of the aftermath of the mutiny. Its publication was stimulated by a resurrection of public interest in the 'Bounty' saga following the visit to England in 1850 of the Pitcairn Pastor George Nobbs. The work includes considerable detail on the fate of the mutineers, their descendants and the present population; this edition benefits from 'additional intelligence respecting Pitcairn and the Islanders'. SCARCE IN ANY EARLY EDITION"
13353: "PITCAIRN: THE ISLAND, THE PEOPLE, AND THE PASTOR. TO WHICH IS ADDED A SHORT NOTICE OF THE ORIGINAL SETTLEMENT AND PRESENT CONDITION OF NORFOLK ISLAND. ELEVENTH EDITION." - "Sm. 8vo., Eleventh Edition, with an engraved frontispiece, 14 engraved plates and an engraved chart, contemporary signatures on front endpapers; original brown diced cloth, boards elaborately blocked in gilt and blind, backstrip blocked in pictorial gilt, yellow endpapers, neatly rebacked, a remarkably bright, clean copy in publisher's original pictorial binding. With 4pp publisher's catalogue bound in at end, and the binder's ticket of Trickett & Son on rear paste-down. With a relevant postcard and cutting loosely inserted. First published in 1853, this is arguably the best mid-nineteenth century account of the aftermath of the mutiny. Its publication was stimulated by a resurrection of public interest in the 'Bounty' saga following the visit to England in 1850 of the Pitcairn Pastor George Nobbs. The work includes considerable detail on the fate of the mutineers, their descendants and the present population; this edition benefits from 'additional intelligence respecting Pitcairn and the Islanders'. The Society continued to published the wortk in various editions until the early years of the twentieth century. Scarce in any early edition."
16203: [BB PSEUD.] DENYS J. WATKINS-PITCHFORD (ILLUS.) - The Countryman's Bedside Book. Illustrated by D. . Watkins-Pitchford.
18325: E. PALMER AND N. PITMAN - Trees of South Africa.
26994: JENNY PITMAN - Jenny Pitman. The Autobiography. [Third Impression]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
18575: (JACOBITE REBELLION). LORD PITSLIGO. - Jacobite Letters to Lord Pitsligo 1745-1746 preserved at Fettercairn House. Edited with Notes by Alistair and Henrietta Tayler.
20698: [BASIL LIDDELL-HART] AND BARRIE PITT (EDS.)] - History of the Second World War. [First Edition]. COMPLETE EXTENDED SET IN PUBLISHER'S BRANDED BINDERS
17979: P.W. PITT - "Royal Wilts. [The History of the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, 1920-1945]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR"
11371: B. PITT (ED.) - Purnell's History of the Second World War. Vol. 4. No. 12. Marines at Tarawa!.
17978: P.W. PITT - "Royal Wilts. [The History of the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, 1920-1945]."
25286: R. PITT - The Courage of Fear.
16909: C. PITT - Bentley Continental. The Complete Story.
11374: B. PITT (ED.) - Purnell's History of the Second World War. Vol. 6. No. 16. The War. An Overview.
16908: C. PITT - The Lotus Book. Type 1 to Type 72. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11370: B. PITT (ED.) - Purnell's History of the Second World War. Vol. 4. No. 11. Guadalcanal to Bougainville.
7517: B. PITT - The Crucible of War. [Complete set comprising] 'Western Desert 1941' and 'Year of Alamein 1942'.
27058: A.R. PITTAWAY - The Hawk Moths of the Western Palaearctic. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12725: O. VON PIVKA. - Men at Arms. Brunswick Troops 1809-1815. Text by Otto von Pivka. Colour Plates by Bryan Fosten.
21681: JEAN PLAIDY. - Perdita's Prince. [The Georgian Saga].
21682: JEAN PLAIDY - Sweet Lass of Richmond Hill.
25758: JEAN PLAIDY - The Captive of Kensington Palace [with] The Queen and Lord M [with] The Queen's Husband [with] The Widow of Windsor. THE QUEEN VICTORIA SEQUENCE COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
18744: JEAN PLAIDY - The Star of Lancaster.
18745: JEAN PLAIDY - The Heart of the Lion.
25773: JEAN PLAIDY - The Widow of Windsor. [Queen Victoria sequence]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
25964: JEAN PLAIDY - The Murder in the Tower. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18105: JEAN PLAIDY [PSEUD. ELEANOR HIBBERT] - Epitaph for Three Women.
23143: JEAN PLAIDY - Uneasy lies the Head. [Tudor Novels series].
22772: JEAN PLAIDY - The Queen's Secret. [Katherine of Valois]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22773: JEAN PLAIDY - The Pleasures of Love. [Catherine of Braganza]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22774: JEAN PLAIDY - Victoria Victorious. [Queen Victoria]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23577: JEAN PLAIDY. - The Third George. [Text Decorations by B. . Biro]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5265: JEAN PLAIDY - Light on Lucrezia. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
21403: JEAN PLAIDY - A Rose without a Thorn. [Katherine Howard]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20325: JEAN PLAIDY - The Lady in the Tower. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18751: JEAN PLAIDY - The Murder in the Tower [with] The Wandering Prince [with] A Health Unto His Majesty [with] Here Lies Our Sovereign Lord [with] The Three Crowns [with] The Haunted Sisters [with] The Queen's Favourites. THE STUART SAGA COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
20898: JEAN PLAIDY - The Follies of the King [Plantagenet Saga]. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
19625: JEAN PLAIDY - The Lion of Justice.
17741: A.H. PLAISTED - "The Manor and Parish records of Medmenham, Buckinghamshire."
11597: A.H. PLAISTED - "The Romance of a Chiltern Village [Medmenham, Buckinghamshire]. 5,000 B. . to 1957 A."
6018: "A PLAN OF DISCIPLINE FOR THE USE OF THE NORFOLK MILITIA. IN THREE PARTS. THE SECOND EDITION, GREATLY IMPROVED. TO WHICH IS NOW ADDED, THE PRESENT MANUAL EXERCISE FOR THE ARMY, AS ORDERED BY HIS MAJESTY. WITH ENCAMPMENTS FOR INFANTRY AND CAVALRY. EXCEPTIO - "4to., Second and Best Edition, on laid paper, with 45 fine engraved plates of drill movements, 7 engraved plans (3 folding) of manoeuvres and 5 folding tables of drill sequences; strongly bound in contemporary speckled full calf, back gilt with five raised bands, compartments tooled in gilt to a floral design, morocco label gilt, gilt doublures, speckled edges, some light spotting on endpapers, hinges cracked (but binding entirely sound) else a splendid, bright, fresh and most unusually clean copy. With the fine eighteenth century engraved armorial bookplate of Viscount Townshend's eldest son George Townshend, Baron de Ferrers of Chartley, Baron Bourchier & Loveyn. A manuscript press-mark in a contemporary hand is also present on front paste-down.With the Advertisement leaf, dedication to the Earl of Shaftesbury and all plates and plans as called for.The 'Manual Exercise, with Explanations, as ordered by His Majesty' (Printed for J, Millan, 1770) appears here for the first time as a small octavo bound in at rear. It is a near fine copy on laid paper, uncut and unopened.A highly regarded military manual, first issued in 1759, whose influence extended far beyond the boundaries of Norfolk and indeed of Great Britain. An adaptation of this considerably enlarged issue for use by the militia of Massachusetts Bay was published in Boston later in 1768, and editions for the militias of Connecticut and New Hampshire appeared in 1769 and 1771 (see Sabin 104749-55).Colonel William Windham (1717-1761) spent much of his life on the Continent and served for a time as an officer in one of Queen Maria Theresa's regiments of hussars. Upon his return to England he supported vigorously Pitt's scheme for a national militia in 1756, and aided the Marquis of Townshend in forming the Norfolk militia in 1757.Viscount Townshend (1724-1807) joined the Army in 1745, served at Culloden the following year and received Montcalm's surrender of Quebec in 1759.George Townshend (1753-1811), the author's eldest son, was created Earl of Leicester in 1784 and in 1807 succeeded his father as 2nd Marquis Townshend.THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY COPY, IN REMARKABLY CLEAN, BRIGHT AND FRESH STATE WITH BROAD TEXT MARGINS AND ONLY THE MOST NEGLIGIBLE AGE-STAINING. THE PLATES, IN PARTICULAR, ARE A MAGNIFICENTLY PRESERVED SUITE OF ENGRAVINGS.Rare; ESTC lists six copies, at least two of which are apparently imperfect."
3437: (BRITISH MUSEUM. COTTONIAN LIBRARY). J. PLANTA (COMP.) - "A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Cottonian Library, deposited in the British Museum. ANTHONY WAGNER'S COPY"
26105: N. PLASTOW - Safe as Houses. Wimbledon at War 1939-1945.
25671: SYLVIA PLATH - Crossing the Water.
17296: SYLVIA PLATH. - The Journals of Sylvia Plath. Transcribed from the original Manuscripts at Smith College. Edited by Karen V. Kukil. [First Paperback Edition].
27843: PLATO - "The The Republic. Translated with an Introduction by H.D.P. Lee. [Penguin Classics]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
26971: PLATO. - "The Apology of Socrates. The Greek Text of Plato. Edited, with Introductory Notes, Commentary, and English Translation, by Edward Henry Blakeney. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
27619: PLATO - "The Four Socratic Dialogues of Plato. Translated into English with Analyses and Introductions, With a Preface by Edward Caird. NEAR FINE COPY"
21053: C. PLATT - Medieval Southampton. The Port and Trading Community AD 1000-1600.
17993: J.R.I. PLATT - The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Prince of Wales's Own) 1907-1967. WITH THE REGIMENT'S PRESENTATION SLIP
14449: ARISTOPHANES. PLAUTUS. - "The Comedies of Aristophanes. Edited, Translated and Explained by Benjamin Bickley Rogers. Vol. VI [This vol. only]. XI. The Plutus. To which is added, as a Specimen of the New Comedy, A Translation of the Menaechmi of Plautus."
19722: (NEO-CLASSICAL ART). MALLETT PLC. - The Age of Matthew Boulton. Masterpieces of Neo-Classicism.
6991: H. PLEVY - Battleship Sailors. The Fighting Career of 'HMS Warspite' recalled by her Men.
175: H. PLOMER - Wynken De Worde and his Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to 1535.
27055: A. LE PLONGEON - "Sacred Mysteries among the Mayas and the Quiches. Freemasonry in Times Anterior to the Temple of Solomon. Third Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25640: A. PLOWDEN - Caroline and Charlotte. The Regent's Wife and Daughter 1795-1821. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25219: A. PLOWDEN - Henrietta Maria. Charles I's Indomitable Queen. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10397: H.H. PLOWDEN - William Stanley Haseltine. The Life of the Sea and Landscape Painter by his Daughter.
24567: T.F.T. PLUCKNETT - Legislation of Edward I. The Ford Lectures delivered in the University of Oxford in Hilary Term 1947. IN DUSTWRAPPER
13372: L. POCOCK - With those in Peril. A Chaplain's Life in the Royal Navy.
19223: T. POCOCK - Horatio Nelson.
27212: E.A. POE - The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym. Intrroduced by Marilynne Robinson. Illustrated by David Lupton. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
24301: EDGAR ALLAN POE. - Tales of Mystery and Imagination. [Introduction by Padraic Colum. Everyman's Library Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24849: STOKE POGES - Stoke Poges Church .
23490: F.C. POGUE. - "George C. Marshall. Education of a General, 1880-1939. With the editorial Assistance of Gordon Harrison. Foreword by General Omar N. Bradley."
26485: BLAKENEY POINT - A Souvenir of Blakeney Point. NEAR FINE COPY
23893: E.N. POLAND - The Torpedomen. HMS Vernon's Story 1872-1986. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12885: W.T. POLE - Private Dowding. The Personal Story of a Private Killed in Battle.
23121: J.R. POLE - Political Representation in England and the Origins of the American Republic. PUBLISHER'S REVIEW COPY
12198: L. POLIAKOV. - Harvest of Hate. Introduced by Lord Russell of Liverpool. Forewords by Francois Mauriac and Reinhold Niebuhr.
9371: E.F. POLLARD - True unto Death. A Story of Russian Life.
3012: (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE). A.W. POLLARD - "Shakespeare's Fight with the Pirates and the Problems of the Transmission of his Text. Second Edition, revised with an Introduction."
23334: A.O. POLLARD - The Boy's Romance of Aviation. IN FULL MOROCCO
19930: W.C. POLLARD - Pioneering in the Prairie West.
13499: W. POLLITT - Southend before the Norman Conquest. Being the Second (Revised) Edition of the Archaeology of Rochford Hundred and South East Essex16.
17564: G. POLLOCK - The Jervis Bay.
7347: N. POLMAR - Aggressors. Volume 2. Carrier Power vs. Fighting Ship. Illustrations by Rikyu Watanabe.
4005: N. POLMAR - Aircraft Carriers. A Graphic History of Carrier Aviation and its Influence on World Events.
25629: MARCO POLO. - The Travels of Marco Polo the Venetian. The Translation of Marsden revised with a Selection of his Notes. [Edited by T. Wright].
17068: N. POLUNIN - Arctic Unfolding.
13644: K. KARSLAKE AND L. POMEROY - From Veteran to Vintage. A History of Motoring and Motorcars from 1884 to 1914.
18453: L. POMEROY - The Evolution of the Racing Car.
9869: POMPEI - "Ricordo di Pompei, 32 Vedute."
21602: C.C. POND - Sir George Monoux School and College.
22666: PONOMARENKO ET AL. - "Behind the Front Line. Being an Account of the Military Activities, Exploits, Adventures and Day to Day Life of the Soviet Guerrillas operating behind the German Lines, from the Finnish-Karelian Front to the Crimea. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
4226: A. PONSONBY - "The Priory and Manor of Lynchmere and Shulbrede. Being Records of Shulbrede Priory, the Village of Lynchmere and the surrounding Neighbourhood. With Illustrations by the Author. AUTHOR'S SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
4081: BLUEJACKET. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. WITH A. GROVE DAY. PREFACE BY CAPTAIN FELIX RIESENBERG. DRAWINGS BY CHARLES E. PONT. - "8vo., First Edition, with a title-vignette and illustrations in the text; cloth gilt, gilt back, uncut, a very good, clean copy in unclipped dustwrapper. Fifty years at sea from sail to steam in the US Navy. Uncommon"
24043: PONT [PSEUD. GAVIN GRAHAM LAIDLER]. - Pont. With an Introduction by Fougasse.
17298: V.D. COKE AND D.C. DU PONT. - Photography. A Facet of Modernism. Photographs from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
1101: K.G. PONTING - The Woollen Industry of South-West England.
15687: P. POOL - William Borlase. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
20549: S. LANE-POOLE - Aurangzib and the Decay of the Mughal Empire. Third Thousand.
15855: S.L. POOLE - Cruiser. A History of British Cruisers from 1889 to 1960.
2551: M. POOLE - "The Wood Engravings of John Farleigh. With a Foreword by H.R.H. The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh."
762: E.F. POOLE - "The History of Doddridge Memorial Congregational Church, Northampton."
28: K. POOLMAN - The Kelly. Foreword by Admiral The Earl Mountbatten of Burma.
18026: K. POOLMAN - The Kelly. Foreword by Admiral The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. IN FULL MOROCCO
5832: K. POOLMAN - Ark Royal.
5428: K. POOLMAN - The Kelly. Foreword by Admiral The Earl Mountbatten of Burma.
12884: K. POOLMAN - Escort Carrier. HMS Vindex at War.
9418: K. POOLMAN - The British Sailor.
11782: K. POOLMAN - Illustrious.
4558: K. POOLMAN - Escort Carrier: 1941-1945. An Account of British Escort Carriers in Trade Protection.
6339: K. POOLMAN - The Kelly. Foreword by Admiral The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. REVIEW COPY
8602: K. POOLMAN - Focke-Wulf Condor. Scourge of the Atlantic.
1133: W. MACQUEEN-POPE - 'Goodbye Piccadilly'.
19952: ALEXANDER POPE. - "The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope with his last Corrections, Additions and Improvements. From the Text of Dr. Warburton. With the Life of the Author. SPLENDID SET IN WHOLLY UNRESTORED PERIOD BINDING"
27136: DUDLEY POPE - "Governor Ramage RN. A Novel. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
12427: (WILLIAM MICHAEL ROSSETTI). ALEXANDER POPE. - "The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope. Edited, with a Critical Memoir, by William Michael Rossetti. Illustrated by Thomas Seccombe."
21664: DUDLEY POPE - Ramage. THE RAMAGE SEQUENCE COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
21860: ALEXANDER POPE - The Beauties of Pope. Selections from his Poetical and Prose Works [with] The Beauties of Byron. Consisting of Selections from his Works.. Selections from his Poetical and Prose Works [with] The Beauties of Byron. Consisting of Selections from his Works. POPE AND BYRON TOGETHER
21211: DUDLEY POPE - Decoy. A Novel. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21370: DUDLEY POPE - Convoy. A Novel. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3137: DUDLEY POPE - Ramage at Trafalgar. A Novel.
23566: DUDLEY POPE - Ramage and the Rebels. A Novel.
8585: ALEXANDER POPE. - "The Works of Alexander Pope. In Six Volumes complete. With his Last Corrections, Additions, and Improvements; together with all his Notes, as they were delivered to the Editor : printed from the Edition of Mr Warburton. [VOLS 1,4,5,6 (of 6) ONLY]."
18754: D. POPE - The Great Gamble. [Nelson at Copenhagen].
19673: ALEXANDER POPE - The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope. [Aldine Edition]. SPLENDID SET IN ORIGINAL CLOTH
11458: H. POPHAM - Famous Regiments. The Dorset Regiment. (The 39th/54th Regiment of Foot). [Introduction by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
9938: H. POPHAM - Famous Regiments. The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's). (The 13th Regiment of Foot). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
22190: H. POPHAM. - The FANY in Peace and War. The Story of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry 1907-2003. [Revised and Expanded Edition. Line Drawings by Tim Jacques]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16627: PORPHY. - On Abstinence from Animal Food. Translated from the Greek by Thomas Taylor. Edited and introduced by Esme Wynne-Tyson. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7934: E. PORRITT. - The Fiscal and Diplomatic Freedom of the British Oversea Dominions. Edited by David Kinley. A FOREIGN OFFICE COPY
6168: E.P. VON DER PORTEN - The German Navy in World War II. [With a Foreword by Admiral Doenitz].
12166: P.A. PORTEOUS - A.L.s from Patrick Porteous VC.
8488: C. PORTEOUS - The Ancient Customs of Derbyshire.
1584: C. PORTEOUS. - Teamsman. With Wood Engravings by Kingsley Cook. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5234: C. PORTEOUS - The Well-Dressing Guide.
5235: C. PORTEOUS - The Well-Dressing Guide.
17113: J.L. PORTER - The Giant Cities of Bashan; and Syria's Holy Places.
21771: J.L. PORTER - "Through Samaria to Galilee and the Jordan. Scenes of the Early Life and Labours of Our Lord, SPLENDID COPY IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH."
27666: H. PORTER - Brandenburg. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21094: I. PORTER - Operation Autonomous. With SOE in Wartime Romania.
20775: (ARNHEM). C.A. EDWARDS WITH G. CROWTHER AND J. PORTLAND - Drop Zone Flashes of the British Airborne Forces. With Geoff Crowther and Jan Portland. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
22146: LAURENS VAN DER POST - The Dark Eye in Africa. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
36217: "THE POST-CAPTAIN OR THE WOODEN WALLS WELL MANNED. COMPREHENDING A VIEW OF NAVAL SOCIETY AND MANNERS. EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION FROM THE THIRD EDITION, 1808, BY R.H. CASE. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED" - "8vo., First Edition thus, on laid paper, neat contemporary signature on front free endpaper; original boards, red cloth back lettered in gilt, dark, uncut, fore-edge a little dusty else a very good, bright, clean copy. EDITION LIMITED TO 1000 COPIES."
3779: LAURENS VAN DER POST - Yet Being Someone Other.
13782: R. POSTGATE - That Devil Wilkes.
13647: C. POSTHUMUS - Sir Henry Segrave.
24182: BEATRIX POTTER. - The Journal of Beatrix Potter from 1881 to 1897. Transcribed from her Code Writing by Leslie Linder. With an Appreciation by H.L. Cox.
26615: S. POTTER - Clayton Windmills. FINE COPY
7785: BEATRIX POTTER - The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies.
16534: D. POTTER - Catalogue of Great Britain Railway Letter Stamps 1957-1970.
7428: BEATRIX POTTER - Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes.
2201: BEATRIX POTTER - The Story of Miss Moppet.
9331: BEATRIX POTTER - Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes.
22382: T. POTTER - Reflections on Blackpool.
18790: J.D. POTTER - Admiral of the Pacific. The Life of Yamamoto. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7427: BEATRIX POTTER - The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes.
16045: (JAMES BOSWELL). FREDERICK A. POTTLE - Boswell and the Girl from Botany Bay.
6671: R. POTTS (ED.) - "Devon and Cornwall Record Society. New Series, Vol. 19. A Calendar of Cornish Glebe Terriers 1673-1735. Edited with an Introduction by Richard Potts."
18952: W.A. POUCHER - Peak Panorama. Kinder Scout to Dovedale. With Eighty-Five Photographs by the Author.
21747: W.A. POUCHER - A Camera in the Cairngorms. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9158: R. POUND - Evans of the Broke. A Biography of Admiral Lord Mountevans.
21419: EZRA POUND - "Personae. The Collected Poems of Ezra Pound. Including Ripostes, Lustra, Homage to Sextus Propertius, H.S. Mauberley. [?Sixth Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY [OF AN UNRECORDED VARIANT?]"
7997: (FREDERIC CHOPIN). G. DE POURTALES - Chopin ou le Poete. Illustre de nombreuses photographies d'apres les documents de l'epoque. THE MAXWELL-SCOTT COPY IN QUARTER MOROCCO
8265: GEOFFREY POWELL - "The Devil's Birthday. The Bridges to Arnhem, 1944. Foreword by General Sir John Hackett."
10009: ANTHONY POWELL - "Hearing Secret Harmonies. A Novel ['A Dance to the Music of Time', 12]."
23683: ANTHONY POWELL - "The Soldier's Art. A Novel ['A Dance to the Music of Time', 8]. NEAR FINE COPY IN PRICE-CLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
20649: M. POWELL - 'Graf Spee'. [Michael Powell's Story of the Battle of the River Plate].
23306: ANTHONY POWELL. - Journals 1982-1986 [with] Journals 1987-1989. With an Introduction by Violet Powell. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
13707: ROSAMOND BAYNE-POWELL - Housekeeping in the Eighteenth Century.
11471: G. POWELL - Famous Regiments. The Green Howards. (The 19th Regiment of Foot). [Introduction by Lt.-Gen. Sir Brian Horrocks].
12663: D. BADEN-POWELL - They Also Serve. An SOE Agent in the WRNS.
8200: ANTHONY POWELL - "Hearing Secret Harmonies ['A Dance to the Music of Time', 12]. earing Secret Harmonies ['A Dance to the Music of Time', 12]."
4876: R. BAYNE-POWELL - English Country Life in the Eighteenth Century.
27170: R. BAYNE-POWELL - Housekeeping in the Eighteenth Century.
23870: E. FAIRHOLME AND P. POWELL - "A Dinghy on the London River. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
6297: M. POWELL - 'Graf Spee'. [Michael Powell's Story of the Battle of the River Plate].
16089: J. POWELL - Holt [Clwyd] and its Records through the Centuries. olt [Clwyd] and its Records through the Centuries.
17980: (PAYCOCKE FAMILY). EILEEN POWER - The Paycockes of Coggeshall.
24397: EILEEN POWER. - Medieval People. Introduced by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie.
20307: C.G. POWER - The RCAF [Royal Canadian Air Force] Overseas. The First Four Years.
26453: BRIAN POWER - The Ford of Heaven. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22759: DRAKE AND THE TUDOR NAVY. WITH A HISTORY OF THE RISE OF ENGLAND AS A MARITIME POWER. - "2 vols., 8vo., First Edition, with frontispieces and plates; handsomely bound in navy blue full morocco, back gilt with five raised bands, second and fourth compartments lettered and ruled in gilt, all other compartments tooled and ruled in gilt, uncut, a most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. Nice set of the standard reference and arguably Corbett's masterpiece. Albion p.232; NMM V: 193; Read 3212. Inexplicably, not recorded by Manwaring"
10600: EILEEN POWER. - Medieval People. With an Introduction by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie.
27682: F.M. POWICKE - King Henry III and the Lord Edward. The Community of the Realm in the Thirteenth Century. ORIGINAL EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPERS
16995: GENERAL HENRY POWNALL. - Chief of Staff. The Diaries of Sir Henry Pownall. [1933-1944]. [Edited by B. Bond]. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
15688: JOHN COWPER POWYS - A Glastonbury Romance. [First UK Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
14134: THEODORE FRANCIS POWYS - Bottle's Path and other Stories.
8959: JOHN COWPER POWYS - The Meaning of Culture. [First US Edition]. SIGNED COPY IN FULL MOROCCO
14271: THEODORE FRANCIS POWYS - Kindness in a Corner.
24962: LLEWELYN POWYS - The Pathetic Fallacy. A Study of Christianity. [Thinker's Library edition].
27766: T.F. POWYS - Goat Green or The Better Gift. Engravings by Gwenda Morgan. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
19937: H. PRAGNELL - The Styles of English Architecture.
10038: G.W. PRANGE - "Dec 7, 1941. The Day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. With Donald M. Goldstein and Katherine V. Dillon."
5941: G.W. PRANGE - "December 7, 1941. The Day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. With Donald M. Goldstein and Katherine V. Dillon."
18047: G.W. PRANGE - At Dawn We Slept. The Untold Story of Pearl Harbor. In Collaboration with Donald M. Goldstein and Katherine V. Dillon. [Second Impression].
18767: TERRY PRATCHETT - The Last Continent. [A Discworld Novel].
20364: TERRY PRATCHETT - Soul Music. [A Discworld Novel].
25218: (PAUL KIDBY). TERRY PRATCHETT. - Dodger. [Ilustrations by Paul Kidby]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20316: TERRY PRATCHETT - Thief of Time. [A Discworld Novel].
22205: TERRY PRATCHETT - Jingo. [A Discworld Novel]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10498: TERRY PRATCHETT - Pyramids. A Discworld Novel. SIGNED COPY
17526: TERRY PRATCHETT - Witches Abroad.
21354: TERRY PRATCHETT - Going Postal. [A Discworld Novel].
20442: TERRY PRATCHETT - Small Gods. [A Discworld Novel. First US Edition].
10500: TERRY PRATCHETT - Moving Pictures. A Discworld Novel.
24305: TERRY PRATCHETT - Soul Music. [A Discworld Novel]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
10496: TERRY PRATCHETT - Sourcery.
10495: TERRY PRATCHETT - Mort. [A Discworld novel].
24855: TERRY PRATCHETT - Making Money. [A Discworld novel]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11947: TERRY PRATCHETT - Carpe Jugulum. [A Discworld novel].
11948: TERRY PRATCHETT - Wintersmith. A Story of Discworld.
11949: TERRY PRATCHETT - Thud!. hud! [A Discworld novel].
11946: TERRY PRATCHETT - The Truth. [The 25th Discworld novel].
11753: TERRY PRATCHETT - Monstrous Regiment. [A Discworld novel].
12502: TERRY PRATCHETT - Making Money. [A Discworld novel. Ninth Impression].
14787: TERRY PRATCHETT - Hogfather. [A Discworld novel]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17527: TERRY PRATCHETT - Reaper Man. A Discworld Novel.
15794: TERRY PRATCHETT - The Fifth Elephant. [A Discworld Novel].
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