Two Day Antique Sale on
Tuesday 31st January & Wednesday 1st February 2017
Both days online
Lots: 761-809 of 1465
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For
761

A collection of mixed travel books, both historical and contemporary, subjects include The Holy Land, Italy, Venice, India, etc (displayed on very top shelf)
Estimate: 20-30

10
762

A large quantity of mixed classical CDs including a number of boxed sets, comprising Schubert, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Brahms, etc
Estimate: 20-30

60
763

A large quantity (400 approx) of vinyl LPs, mixed subjects including banjo, organ, brass band, piano, strings, etc
Estimate: 25-30

30
764

A large quantity of approximately 300 vinyl LPs including opera, light listening, musicals and comedy (Spike Milligan, The Goons, etc)
Estimate: 30-40

30
765

A collection of classical LPs including Handel and Beethoven together with a collection of 78 RPM records
Estimate: 10-15

15
765A

A collection of LP's, Van Morrison, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, Steeleye Span, Beatles, Sanatan etc, 130 approx

420
766

Three boxes of good quality contemporary cook books
Estimate: 10-15

20
767

Three boxes of mixed books about literature and related subjects
Estimate: 15-20

20
768

Twelve volumes of The Works of Samuel Johnson published London 1810, two volumes of Froude's Short Studies, Sunny Memories of an Indian Winter, Macaulay's Essays and a quantity of further 18th and 19th century books
Estimate: 60-80

35
769

Brittany by Mortimer-Mempes, the deluxe limited edition numbered 149/350, signed by Mortimer-Mempes, Happy England by Helen Arlingham together with The Snow Goose and The Small Miracle, both by Paul Gallico
Estimate: 30-50

30
770

South - The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917 by Sir Ernest Shackleton, William Heinemann, London 1919 (with map)
Estimate: 80-100

50
771

Rumbo Rhymes or The Great Combine, a satire by Alfred C Calmour, illustrated by Walter Crane, Harper & Brothers 1911
Estimate: 50-60

70
772

Two books - The Mint by T E Lawrence, first edition published Jonathan Cape London 1955 and Revolt in the Desert by T E Lawrence, also published by Jonathan Cape London 1927
Estimate: 40-60

18
773

Two editions of The Ascent of Everest by John Hunt, both first editions, one signed by Sherpa Tenzing, one signed by John Hunt
Estimate: 60-80

95
774

A large collection of early 20th century topographical books, mainly with decorative covers including a number from Black's Popular Series
Estimate: 20-30

65
775

An interesting and varied collection of books on equine subjects including horse breeding, training, fox hunting, horse racing, etc including Mount and Man by McTaggart and Bridle Wise by Lieut Col Goldschidt, both illustrated by Lionel Edwards
Estimate: 30-50

30
776

An extensive and varied collection of antique reference books, subjects include porcelain, watches, barometers, copper and brass, silver, etc
Estimate: 30-50

55
777

Eight volumes of The Textile Industries by William S Murphy, published by The Gresham Publishing Company 1910 together with five further books published by Gresham with similarly decorative covers
Estimate: 30-50

48
778

A collection of books relating to Sir Winston Churchill including volumes of The Second World War, Winston S Churchill by Randolph S Churchill, etc
Estimate: 20-30

    
779

An interesting collection of mainly 20th century plays and poetry including John Osborne, John Coctau, Humbert Wolfe, etc
Estimate: 20-30

10
780

Johnsons racing calendar 1830/4/6, The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle - 4 volumes 1806, etc and other 19th century leather bound works 23 vols
Estimate: 40-60

25
781

An extensive and interesting collection of poetry books (60 approx) including Quiet as Moss by Andrew Young published 1959 with wood engravings by Joan Hassall, The Tree That Walked by John Fuller published 1967 by Chatto & Windus, Longfellow's Poetical Works, etc, also including two further books The Game and the Candle by Margaret Kennedy published 1928, limited edition 96/500, signed by the authoress and The First Born by Laurie Lee published 1963
Estimate: 30-50

35
782

Thirteen mixed Folio Society books, titles include Moby Dick, Notable Historical Trials volumes 1-4, The Newgate Calendar, etc
Estimate: 25-30

28
783

A mixed collection of books on military subjects together with a number of illustrated Michelin Guides to the Battlefields (1914-1918) and further Bomber Command publications
Estimate: 20-25

    
784

Introduction to Botany by James Lee printed London 1760 together with a collection of 19th century leather bound books, various titles including The Ocean World, Rise of the Dutch Republic, Practical Sermons, etc
Estimate: 30-50

45
785

Eight volumes of The Jorrocks Novels by R Surtees including two duplicate titles - Handley Cross and Plain or Ringlets, all but one illustrated by John Leech together with two editions of The Badminton Library entitled Big Game Shooting and Skating, Figure Skating, Curling, etc
Estimate: 60-80

45
786

An extensive and varied collection of worldwide travel books including a number of Freya Stark titles
Estimate: 20-30

    
787

A collection of books about opera, classical English music and related subjects, titles include Gilbert and Sullivan, A Season at Glyndebourne, Verdi, etc
Estimate: 20-30

20
788

Seven vintage Wardlock & Company illustrated guide books, titles include Broadstairs, Isle of Man, Paignton, Barmouth, etc together with further mixed guide books and a box of Ordnance Survey Maps of Great Britain, some published in the 1950s and 1960s
Estimate: 20-25

35
789

An interesting collection of books about the City of London, titles include Prehistoric London, The Faber Book of London, Green London, a Folio Society edition of London, Portrait of a City (complete with box cover) and a boxed set of The Life of London by Liza Pickard
Estimate: 20-25

15
790

A collection of books about ornamental glass, subjects include paperweights, Wedgwood glass, Whitefriars glass, Irish glass, etc
Estimate: 20-25

50
791

Four books comprising The Admiral Crichton by J M Barrie, illustrated by Hugh Thomson, Loves Progress or The Education of Araminta by James Laver, published by The Nonesuch Press, Dance of the Months by Eden Phillpotts, published Gowans & Grey Limited 1911 and Rabelais by Anatole France, published Victor Gollancz Limited 1929
Estimate: 20-30

    
792

An extensive collection of vintage and some antique children's books including The Bonny Book, illustrated by Millicent Sowerby, The Luck of the Bean Rose, illustrated by Claude Lovat Fraser, The Cat in the Hat by Dr Seuss (first edition, third issue), A Tale of Peter Rabbit, etc
Estimate: 30-50

10
793

An extensive collection of mainly early 20th century pocket sized books, subjects include classical literature and general fiction
Estimate: 20-30

10
794

An extensive collection of good quality and interesting Natural History books covering a range of subjects including A New Naturalist titled The Highlands and Islands and a 1910 edition of The Home Life of the Spoonbill by Bentley Beetham
Estimate: 30-50

15
795

Three boxes of mixed books, subjects include sailing, history, travel, etc
Estimate: 10-20

25
796

Three boxes of books about religion, psychology and spiritual subjects
Estimate: 10-15

10
797

Four boxes of books, a wide ranging mixture of biographies and autobiographies, subjects and writers include Picasso, Alan Clark Diaries, Tony Benn, Menuhin, etc, also an edition of Flush - A Biography by Virginia Woolf, published 1933
Estimate: 20-25

20
798

Three boxes of good quality mixed history books
Estimate: 15-20

25
799

A collection of 19th century books (four sets) all in good quality bindings with leather spines, titles include Lessings Schriften, Chateaubriand, etc
Estimate: 30-50

50
800

A mixed collection of 19th century books including three volumes of Hooker's Works, two volumes of Life of E Burke, three volumes of Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine and three volumes of Lanzi's History of Painting
Estimate: 30-40

20
801

Six volumes of The Life and Times of Lord Palmerston, six volumes of Life and Times of The Right Honourable W E Gladstone together with eight volumes of The Age We Live In
Estimate: 15-20

28
802

A collection of Punch publications including six volumes of Pictures from Punch, published 1894, The New Punch Library volume 1, various volumes of Punch from the 1920s, etc
Estimate: 20-25

20
803

Twenty three volumes of Carlyle's Works, published by Chapman & Hall, London with leather bindings and gilt decorated spines
Estimate: 30-50

40
804

A collection of three poetry books to include A Dozen Dogs or So by Cecil Aldin, Cotswolds Days by Jim Turner, illustrated with wood gravings by Miriam MacGregor, published by The Whittington Press and The Modern Traveller, an 1898 first edition published by Edward Arnold, London
Estimate: 15-20

55
805

Five boxes of vintage Playboy, Penthouse, Mayfair and other magazines
Estimate: 80-100

460
806

Three boxes of mixed books, subjects include military aircraft, Mount Everest, Seven Pillars of Wisdom by T Lawrence, a leather bound edition of The Elements of a Polite Education by G Gregory, etc
Estimate: 20-30

35
807

Five boxes of mixed fiction books including a large number of titles by Dornford Yates, Ian Fleming titles, etc
Estimate: 20-25

20
808

Two boxes of a wide ranging collection of miscellaneous books, subjects include four volumes of Osbert sitwells Autobiography, five volumes of Macaulay's History of England, published 1905, six volumes of Jane Austen titles, a 1934 edition of London Night by John Morrison and Harold Vurdekin, etc
Estimate: 30-50

    
809

A box of mixed biographical and autobiographical books, subjects and writers including Golda Meir, Michael Frayn, Picasso, Alistair Campbell, etc
Estimate: 15-20

    
 
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