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FINE BINDING. – W.R TYMMS & M.D. WYATT.
The Art of Illuminating as Practised in Europe from the earliest times. Illustrated with borders, initial letters and alphabets
selected and chromolithographed by … Tymms With an essay and instructions by .. . Wyatt. Revised edition in a fine 20th-century binding.
Lynd WARD (artist, 1905-1985). - Thomas MANN (1875-1955).
Nocturnes with lithographs by Lynd Ward
Limited edition signed by the author.
FINE BINDING, English. - Isaac WATTS (1674-1748)
The Psalms of David Imitated in the Language of the New Testament, and Applied to the Christian State and Worship.
in a 'cottage-roof' style binding
[ORTHODONTICS] - Joseph FOX (1775-1816)
The Natural History of the Human Teeth.
The Norman copy of the first edition of the first work on Orthodontics.
After Jean-Antoine HOUDON (1741-1828, sculptor).
Life-size cast of the head of George Washingon, aged 53, after or inspired by Houdin’s terra cotta bust of 1785.
apparently cast by Ronald Lee Anderson in 1948
[GRAND CANYON, Arizona]. - Carl E. MOON (1878-1948, aka Karl Moon, photographer).
Original hand-tinted photo, titled on the mount “Zoroaster from the River. Foot of Bright Angel Trail”.
[Piano transcriptions of Schubert Songs] "Der Doppelgänger"; "Die Taubenpost", "Kriegers Ahnung", "Der Atlas", "Ständchen".
Five songs from " Schwanengesang" (Swan Song) - a collection of 14 songs written by Franz Schubert at the end of his life and published posthumously.
19th Century Parchment Ketubah
Jewish marriage contract
Printed on kosher animal skin with handwritten details of groom and bride.
Sir Ernest SHACKLETON & W. MCLEAN.
“Troopin’, Troopin’, Troopin’ to the Sea” “O.H.M.S.” An Illustrated Record of the voyage of the S.S. “Tintagel Castle”
Ernest Shackleton’s first substantial printed work.
John WALLIS (engraver & publisher).
[Miniature Atlas] Wallis's New Pocket Edition of the English Counties or Travellers Companion
"in which are carefully laid down all the direct & cross roads, cities, townes, villages, parks, seats and rivers."
PHRENOLOGY. – [Lorenzo Niles FOWLER (1811-1896)].
[Printing block: The Illustrated Phrenological Almanac 1854].
the block used to print the image which was used on the upper cover of 'The Almanac'
Richard Allen FISH (illustrator). – Canadian Pacific Steamships Ltd. (publishers).
[Title on cover: Canadian Pacific Cruises Round the World & Mediterranean 1925-1926]
Cora Ann Contessa di BRAZZA-Savorgnan (nee Slocomb, 1862-1944).
Ampharita: An American Idyll by the Countess di Brazza (Cora Slocomb).
Bound for the author and a presentation copy inscribed by her.
Izaak WALTON (1594-1683). – [19th-century School].
An original drawing of “Isaak [sic.] Waltons House”, 120 Chancery Lane, London.
The author of the 'Compleat Angler's home from1627 to 1644
S. POPPING (publisher).
The Oxford Almanack of 1712, Explain’d: or, the Emblems of it Unriddl’d .... In a letter to a Friend.
‘A political satire’ (ESTC).