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18477: J. HUDSON - [Britain in Old Photographs]. Bury in Old Photographs.
4649: W.H. HUDSON. - "The Purple Land. Being the Narrative of one Richard Lamb's Adventures in the Banda Oriental, in South America, as told by Himself. Illustrated by Keith Henderson. First Illustrated Edition of Hudson's First Book"
21117: ROGER HUDSON (ED.) - Nelson and Emma. Edited by Roger Hudson.
4650: W.H. HUDSON. - Nature in Downland.
4653: W.H. HUDSON - "Dead Man's Plack, An Old Thorn and Poems."
22367: J. HUDSON - Heywood in Old Photographs.
18705: B. HUDSON - Post-War British Thoroughbreds. Their Purchase and Restoration.
24513: ROGER HUDSON (ED.) - The Grand Tour 1592-1796. Edited by Roger Hudson. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
11935: A. HERBERT AND K. HUGGINS. - The Decorative Tile in Architecture and Interiors.
16428: TED HUGHES - Crow. From the Life and Songs of the Crow. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20873: GEORGE HUGHES. - How to take better Pictures. David Bailey's Book of Photography. Photographs by David Bailey. Text by George Hughes. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6941: W. TUTE J. COSTELLO AND T. HUGHES - D Day. [Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma]. SIGNED BY ALL THREE AUTHORS
23034: A. HUGHES - "Horsham Houses, A Study of Early Buildings in a Market Town. FINE COPY SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR"
20158: R. HUGHES - George Washington. The Human Being and the Hero 1732-1762. JACK MORPURGO'S COPY
20192: A. WINDRUM AND A. HUGHES - Bygone Horsham.
6261: C. HUGHES - Marlborough. The Story of a Small and Ancient Borough.
17252: G.B. HUGHES - "English, Scottish and Irish Table Glass."
13673: R. HUGHES - "Jaguar/Daimler. An Appreciation of Production Models, 1960-1970."
23477: L. HUGHES - Russia in the Age of Peter the Great. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13329: M.V. HUGHES. - London at Home. Illustrated by G. . Chambers.
11898: P. HUGHES - A Popular History of the Reformation. Popular History of the Reformation.
18400: F. HUGHES. - Bill Holmes and the Red Panthers. [Illustrated by F. . Middlehurst]. [Second Edition].
27688: T. HUGHES - Flowers and Insects. Some Birds and a Pair of Spiders. With Drawings by Leonard Baskin. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13267: (ANTON DVORAK). G. HUGHES - Dvorak. His Life and Music.
14780: TED HUGHES - Crow: from the Life and Songs of the Crow.
12790: TED HUGHES - The Burning of the Brothel.
13330: M.V. HUGHES - London at Home. Illustrated by G. . Chambers.
10511: TED HUGHES - The Burning of the Brothel. 300 COPIES WERE PRINTED
22463: M.V. HUGHES - A London Family 1870-1900. A Trilogy by M. Vivian Hughes. [First Collected Edition].
10510: TED HUGHES - Wodwo.
3950: J. COSTELLO AND T. HUGHES - The Battle of the Atlantic.
22187: J. HUGHES - Port in a Storm. The Air Attacks on Liverpool and its Shipping in the Second World War. NEAR FINE COPY
23156: T. HUGHES - English Domestic Needlework 1660-1860.
1880: TED HUGHES - Birthday Letters.
5578: W.S.K. HUGHES - "Slaves of the Samurai. An Australian Odyssey, which gives an Account of the Life and Thoughts of a Slave of the Samurai, during his Three Years and Seven Months as a POW at the Hands of the Japanese. WITH BOOKPLATE SIGNED BY ADMIRAL MIDDLETON"
17973: P. HUGHES - The Isle of Wight. [A Shell Guide].
10512: TED HUGHES - Gaudete.
10509: TED HUGHES - The Hawk in the Rain.
19286: M.V. HUGHES - A London Family 1870-1900. A Trilogy by M. Vivian Hughes. [Second Impression thus].
7656: VICTOR HUGO - Notre-Dame de Paris 1482.
17869: P. HUISMAN - French Watercolours of the 18th Century.
17154: M.R. HULL - The Roman Potters' Kilns of Colchester.
9258: F. HULL (ED.) - A Kentish Miscellany. W H LAPTHORNE'S COPY WITH BOOKPLATE
18009: F.E. HULME - Flower Painting in Water Colours. Second Series.
12015: F.E. HULME - Familiar Wild Flowers. First [-Seventh Series]. [Complete set]. SPLENDID SET WITH ORIGINAL TISSUE GUARDS
7285: R. HUMBLE - Aircraft Carriers. The Illustrated History.
15314: R. HUMBLE - Napoleon's Peninsular Marshals.
12454: "(ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET BRUCE FRASER,). R. HUMBLE" - Fraser of North Cape. The Life of Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fraser [1888-1981].
16215: R. HUMBLE - "Crusader. Eighth Army's forgotten Victory, November 1941 - January 1942."
19936: I.N. HUME - 1775. Another Part of the Field.
23912: M.K. HUME - King Arthur. Dragon's Child [with] Warrior of the West [with] The Bloody Cup. THE ARTHURIAN TRILOGY IN DUSTWRAPPERS
9427: J. ROHWER AND G. HUMMELCHEN - "Chronology of the War at Sea 1939-1945. The Naval History of World War Two. [Second, Revised, Expanded Edition]."
25290: G. HUMMELCHEN - Warship Profile 31: German Schnellboote (E-Boats). German Schnellboote (E-Boats).
804: A.L. HUMPHREY - Somersetshire Parishes. A Handbook of historical Reference to all Places in the County. HUMPHREY'S 'PARISHES' COMPLETE
17043: A.L. HUMPHREYS - The Private Library. What we do know. What we don't know. What we ought to know about our Books.
19348: R.S. HUMPHREYS (ED.) - Wings over Kent.
11012: R.S. HUMPHREYS - Hawkinge 1912-1961. An in depth history of the former Royal Air Force Station Hawkinge. [Second Impression].
11306: M.E. BEGGS AND D.W. HUMPHREYS. - Intermission 1919-1939.
25072: [L. GRUNER] AND N. HUMPHREYS] . - The Good Shunammite. II. Kings; Chap. IV; Verses 8.37. EARLY CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS
775: V. HUMPHRIES - Kirtlington. An Oxfordshire Village.
22252: R. VAN EMDEN AND S. HUMPHRIES. - Veterans. The Last Survivors of the Great War [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
26339: D. HUNN - Epsom Racecourse. Its Story and its People. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12695: R. HUNNISETT - Sussex Coroners' Inquests 1485-1558.
10249: R. HUNNISETT - East Sussex Coroners' Records 1688-1838.
25596: JOHN HUNT - The Ascent of Everest.
25328: JOHN HUNT - The Ascent of Everest. SIGNED BY SIR JOHN HUNT
20960: ALTHEA HUNT (ED.) - The William and Mary Theatre. A Chronicle. Edited by Althea Hunt. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
15621: LEIGH HUNT. - Essays and Sketches by Leigh Hunt. Chosen and Edited with an Introduction by R. Brimley Johnson. The World's Classics.
17569: CECIL HUNT. - Hand-Picked Proverbs. Illustrated by Edmund Blampied.
17000: A. HUNT - Little Resistance. A Teenage English Girl's Adventures in Occupied France. With a Foreword by Professor M.R.D. Foot.
27523: L. HUNT - "The Old Court Suburb; or, Memorials of Kensington, Regal, Critical, and Anecdotal. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. HANDSOME SET IN CONTEMPORARY CALF"
27683: R.J. HUNT - Uniforms of the Home Guard. NEAR FINE COPY
4307: JOHN HUNT - The Ascent of Everest.
22753: T.J. HUNT - The Ordination of the Vicarage of St. Mary Magdalene Taunton. Mary Magdalene Taunton. FINE COPY
19485: V. BROOKE-HUNT - Prisoners of the Tower of London. Being an Account of Some who at divers Times lay captive within its Walls. [Second Edition].
3098: L. HUNT. - Twenty-One Squadrons. The History of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force: 1925-1957. With a Foreword by Air Chief Marshal Sir Christopher Foxley-Norris.
8458: W.A. HUNTER - "Fisherman's Knots and Wrinkles. Comprising: Knots, Splices, etc.and how to make them. Fly-Dressing: a simple Method. Net-Making for Amateurs. Modelling Fish in Plaster. Hints and Wrinkles. Second Edition."
15096: M. HUNTER - "Guide to the Church of St. Nicholas, Worth. Nicholas, Worth. [Second, Revised, Edition]."
27096: A.J. HUNTER - Essays after Wittgenstein. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23872: P. SHANKLAND AND A. HUNTER - Dardanelles Patrol. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3601: P. SHANKLAND AND A. HUNTER - Malta Convoy. [Junior Edition for Young Readers].
23517: WILBUR HARVEY HUNTER. - Bodine's Baltimore. 46 Years in the Life of a City. Photographs by A. Aubrey Bodine. Commentary by Wibur Harvey Hunter. Foreword by Harold A Williams. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
26200: J.A. HUNTER - Hunter's Tracks. Assisted by Alan Wykes.
21943: M. HUNTER - Science and Society in Restoration England. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY
15832: W.A. HUNTER - Fisherman's Knots and Wrinkles. Fourth Edition. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18281: (PRESTER JOHN). C.F. BECKINGHAM AND G.W.B. HUNTINGFORD (EDS.) - "The Prester John of the Indies. A True Relation of the Lands of Prester John, being the Narrative of the Portuguese Embassy to Ethiopia in 1520, written by Father Francisco Alvares. IN DUSTWRAPPERS"
10710: J. HUON - Military Rifle and Machine Gun Cartridges.
19404: R. HURD. - "Letters on Chivalry and Romance (1762). Edited, with an Introduction, by Hoyt Trowbridge. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
22006: A. HURD - "Britannia has Wings! The Fleet in Action - on, over and under the Sea."
4417: A. HURD - The Battle of the Seas. The Fighting Merchantmen.
18598: FRANK HURLBUTT - Bristol Porcelain. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27113: R.C. HURLEY - Picturesque Hong Kong. A British Crown Colony and Dependencies. A RARE SURVIVAL IN FULL MOROCCO
26427: G. HURLEY - Western Approaches. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
32493: "HURRAH FOR THE LIFE OF A SAILOR!. LIFE ON THE LOWER-DECK OF THE VICTORIAN NAVY. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with illustrated title and very numerous illustrations (a number full-page) in the text; ivory cloth, gilt back, a very god, bright, clean copy with unclipped dustwrapper neatly laminated to boards. A standard reference. Includes a bibliography."
7234: (LOUIS WAIN). MARIAN ISABEL HURRELL. - The Adventures of Friskers and his Friends. By Marian Isabel Hurrell. With Sixteen Coloured Illustrations by Louis Wain.
22288: C. HURST - The Care and Management of Stationary Steam Engines. A Practical Handbook for Men-in-Charge. Third Edition.
17758: K.J. ALLISON M.W. BERESFORD AND J.G. HURST - The Deserted Villages of Oxfordshire.
12046: D. HAWS AND A.A. HURST - The Maritime History of the World. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
11018: KEY TREATIES FOR THE GREAT POWERS1814-1914. SELECTED AND EDITED BY MICHAEL HURST. [COMPLETE SET]. - "2 vols., 8vo., First Edition; cloth, gilt backs, a near fine set in unclipped dustwrapper. Vol. I: 1814-1870; Vol. 2: 1871-1914."
16940: (ANTON OTTO FISCHER). K.S. FISCHER AND A.A. HURST - "Anton Otto Fischer, Marine Artist. His Life and Work."
26476: A. NORMAN AND M. HURST . - Tyneham. The Lost Village of Dorset. FINE COPY
5502: S.T. HUSBAND - Old Newquay. Illustrations by A.A. Golding.
25175: CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY - English Country Houses. Early Georgian 1715-1760.
20886: CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY - English Country Houses. Mid Georgian 1760-1800. [Revised Edition]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
24954: J. ANCELET-HUSTACHE. - [Your Name Your Saint] Saint Nicholas. Saint Nicholas. Translated by Rosemary Sheed.
21706: J.B. HUTAK - With Blood and with Iron. [The Story of Lidice]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21575: J.C. HUTCHESON. - "Young Tom Bowling. A Story of the Boys of the British Navy. Illustrated by John B. Greene. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
15105: M. HUTCHINGS. - The Visitors' Brief Guide to Somerset (Mendip and Avalon). No. 17 of the Grey Guide Series.
13163: R.J. HUTCHINGS - This Island. A Guide to Romantic and Historic Landmarks of the Isle of Wight.
1107: (GREGYNOG PRESS). M. HUTCHINS. - Printing at Gregynog. Aspects of a great Private Press. Translated [from the Welsh] by David Jenkins.
16008: R.C. HUTCHINSON - A Child Possessed. A Novel.
23465: (GEORGE ELIOT). STUART HUTCHINSON (ED.) - George Eliot. Critical Assessments. Edited by Stuart Hutchinson. FINE SET
777: F.E. HUTCHINSON - "Mediaeval Glass at All Souls College. A History and Description, based upon the Notes of the late G.M. Rushforth."
18057: (CAPTAIN JAMES COOK). D. HOWSE AND B. HUTCHINSON - The Clocks and Watches of Captain James Cook 1769-1969.
18806: H.G. HUTCHINSON - "Big Game Shooting. The Country Life Library of Sport. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
14966: R. HUTCHINSON. - The Carp Strikes Back. Illustrated by Tom O'Reilly. EDITION LIMITED TO 795 SIGNED COPIES
12288: (FIELD MARSHAL BERNARD MONTGOMERY). LIEUTENANT-COLONEL G.S. HUTCHISON. - The British Army. Foreword by Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery.
1223: EDWARD HUTTON - "The Valley of Arno. A Study of its Geography, History and Works of Art."
21122: R. HUTTON - "Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland and Ireland."
21039: EDWARD HUTTON - Assisi and Umbria Revisited.
15630: (HUGH THOMSON). E. HUTTON. - Highways and Byways in Gloucestershire. With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson.
25379: (EDMUND H. NEW). W.H. HUTTON. - Highways and Byways in Shakespeare's Country. With Illustrations by Edmund H New. FIRST POCKET EDITION
8601: J.B. HUTTON. - Hess. The Man and his Mission. Introduction by Airey Neave. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12921: (EDMUND H. NEW). W.H. HUTTON. - Highways and Byways in Shakespeare's Country. With Illustrations by Edmund H. New.
1725: EDWARD HUTTON - Florence.
11385: EDWARD HUTTON - Assisi and Umbria revisited.
1525: ALDOUS HUXLEY - "Two or Three Graces and other Stories. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
2005: ELSPETH HUXLEY - Four Guineas. A Journey through West Africa. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1530: ELSPETH HUXLEY - The Red Rock Wilderness. A Novel.
2564: ELSPETH HUXLEY - Four Guineas. A Journey through West Africa.
1517: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Point Counter Point. [First US Edition].
1518: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Proper Studies.
18989: JULIAN HUXLEY - Biological Aspects of Cancer.
15002: THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY - "Physiography. An Introduction to the Study of Nature. [Second Edition, Ninth Thousand]."
25888: THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY - "Evolution and Ethics and other Essays. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
1527: ELSPETH HUXLEY - Love Among the Daughters. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22336: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Antic Hay.
10818: ALDOUS HUXLEY - The Gioconda Smile. A Story.
17378: ALDOUS HUXLEY - The Cicadas and other Poems. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14415: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Ends and Means. An Enquiry into the Nature of Ideals and into the Methods employed for their Realization.
27269: E. HUXLEY - Gallipot Eyes. A Wiltshire Diary. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
3326: ELSPETH HUXLEY - The Red Rock Wilderness. A Novel. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1507: ALDOUS HUXLEY. - "Aldous Huxley at UCLA. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Aldous Huxley Collection with the Texts of three unpublished Letters, edited with an Introduction [by G. Wickes]. PRESENTATION COPY FROM JAKE ZEITLIN"
11008: ELSPETH HUXLEY - Back Street New Worlds. A Look at Immigrants in Britain. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19696: (CHARLES DARWIN). THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY - Science and Culture and other Essays. IN FULL MOROCCO
1506: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Adonis and the Alphabet. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1508: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Along the Road. Notes and Essays of a Tourist.
1523: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Themes and Variations. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1513: ALDOUS HUXLEY - "Brief Candles. Stories. BRIGHT, CRISP, CLEAN COPY"
1515: ALDOUS HUXLEY - Jesting Pilate. The Diary of a Journey.
25780: J.K. HUYSMANS. - La-Bas. A Novel. Newly edited with a Preface and Notes [by Alan Hull Walton and Montague Summers].
16006: E. HYAMS - Capability Brown & Humphry Repton.
26150: H.M. HYDE - Cynthia. The Spy who changed the Course of the War.
18795: H. MONTGOMERY HYDE - Strong for Service. The Life of Lord Nathan of Churt. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20167: H.M. HYDE. - The Quiet Canadian. The Secret Service of Sir William Stephenson. With a Foreword by the Hon. David Bruce. [Fourth Impression].
18643: H. MONTGOMERY HYDE - The Rise of Castlereagh. With a Foreword by the Marquess of Londonderry.
22231: (OSCAR WILDE). H.M. HYDE (ED.) - "The Trials of Oscar Wilde. Regina (Wilde) v. Queensberry. Regina v. Wilde and Taylor. Edited, with an Introduction by H. Montgomery Hyde. With a Foreword by the Rt. Hon. Sir Travers Humphreys. [Notable British Trials]."
18421: H.M. HYDE. - The Quiet Canadian. The Secret Service of Sir William Stephenson. With a Foreword by the Hon. David Bruce.
21971: (OSCAR WILDE). H.M. HYDE (ED.) - "The Trials of Oscar Wilde. Regina (Wilde) v. Queensberry. Regina v. Wilde and Taylor. Edited, with an Introduction by H. Montgomery Hyde. With a Foreword by the Rt. Hon. Sir Travers Humphreys. [Notable British Trials. Second Impression]."
20340: EDWARD HYDE. - The History of the Great Rebellion. Edited by Roger Lockyer.
14325: F.A. HYETT - Glimpses of the History of Painswick. A New Edition with a Foreword by W. . Croome.
241: (BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY). F.A. HYETT - County Bibliographies. A Paper read before the Bibliographical Society. With the Suggestions and Recommendations approvd by the Society.
21531: G. HYLAND - Blue Fires. The Lost Secrets of Nazi Technology.
16251: HENRIK IBSEN. - Ghosts. The Warriors at Helgeland. An Enemy of the People. [Everyman's Library Edition. Introduction by R. Farquharson Sharp].
10584: HENRIK IBSEN. - The Master Builder and other Plays. Translated by Una Ellis-Fermor. [The Penguin Classics].
15697: HENRIK IBSEN. - The Collected Works of Henrik Ibsen. Copyright Edition. With Introductions by William Archer and C.H. Herford. COMPLETE SET IN ELEVEN VOLUMES
16254: HENRIK IBSEN. - The Pretenders and Two other Plays. Rosmersholm. Everyman's Library Edition. Translated by R. Farquharson Sharp].
23137: HENRIK IBSEN - Gildet pa Solhaug. Skuespil I Tre Akter. Anden Udgarve med en Fortale af Forfatteren. IN THE ORIGINAL BUCKRAM
21980: HENRIK IBSEN. - Three Plays. The Pillars of the Community. The Wild Duck. Hedda Gabbler. Translated by Una Ellis-Fermor. [Penguin Classics]. FIRST APPEARANCE IN PENGUIN CLASSICS
17887: H.E.M. ICELY - Blockley through Twelve Centuries. Annals of a Cotswold Parish. [Fourth Edition].
17781: T.M. JONES AND I.L. IDRIESS. - The Silent Service. Action Stories of the Anzac Navy.
18220: CONN IGGULDEN - Emperor. The Gates of Rome [with] The Death of Kings [with] The Field of Swords [with] The Gods of War [with] The Blood of Gods. THE 'EMPEROR' SEQUENCE IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
17591: CONN IGGULDEN - Lords of the Bow. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
23177: CONN IGGULDEN - Wolf of the Plains [with] Lords of the Bow [with] Bones of the Hills [with] Empire of Silver [with] Conqueror. THE 'CONQUEROR' SEQUENCE COMPLETE
13306: ILFRACOMBE - History and Legend of Chambercombe Manor.
25163: W. ILLSLEY - Wagon on Fire. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3426: IMCO - IMCO Search and Rescue [IMCOSAR} Manual. Part I. The Search and Rescue Organization. Part II. Search and Rescue Procedures. Maritime Search and Rescue Code (MAREC CODE).
13113: A.C. IMMAN. - The Inman Diary. A Public and Private Confession. Edited by Daniel Aaron.
313: A.D. IMMS - Insect Natural History.
9477: (BRITISH ARMY). DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY - Standing Orders of The Durham Light Infantry. With a short Record of the First and Second Battalions. Published under King's Regulations (1935) Para. 1651. [Preface by General Beauvoir de Lisle].
26830: G.B. INFIELD - Disaster at Bari. [First UK Edition].
20793: A.G. INGALLS (ED.) - Amateur Telescope Making. Book One [with] Book Two [with] Book Three. Foreword by Dr. Harlow Shapley. COMPLETE SET IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING
530: A. INGHAM - "Altrincham and Bowden. With histroical Reminiscences of Ashton-on-Mersey, Sale and the surrounding Townships."
12428: THOMAS INGOLDSBY [PSEUD. REV. R.H. BARHAM] - The Ingoldsby Legends of Mirth and Marvels. With a Biographical and Critical Introduction. Illustrated with Reproduction[s] of the Original Steel Engravings by Leech and Cruikshank. Sixth Edition.
21846: R. INGPEN. - The Glory of Belgium. Illustrations in Colour by W. . Bruckman.
5651: J.H. INGRAM - Companion into North Riding. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
14669: RICHARD INGRAMS - John Stewart Collis. A Memoir.
25699: HAMMOND INNES - The Black Tide. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25700: HAMMOND INNES - The Doomed Oasis. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25701: HAMMOND INNES - The Last Voyage. Captain Cook's lost Diary. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25703: HAMMOND INNES - "Atlantic Fury. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
25704: HAMMOND INNES - "The Strange Land. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
26775: HAMMOND INNES - Golden Soak. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26759: HAMMOND INNES - The Big Footprints. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
1531: HAMMOND INNES - The Mary Deare.
27102: M. INNES - The New Sonia Wayward. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25599: HAMMOND INNES - Solomons Seal. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11275: MICHAEL INNES - Appleby and the Ospreys.
11076: HAMMOND INNES - The Strode Venturer. Read by Stephen Thorne. Complete and Unabridged. [Audiobook].
24742: HAMMOND INNES - Medusa. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18732: "M. INNES, VC" - The Sepoy Revolt. A Critical Narrative. Second Edition.
27120: M. INNES - Carson's Conspiracy. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17322: P.R. INNES - "The History of the Bengal European Infantry, now the Royal Munster Fusliers, and how it helped to win India."
15669: K.E. INNES - Life in a Hampshire Village [Hurstbourne Priors and Hurstbourne Tarrant]. Notes from Past and Present. [Second Revised Edition].
26758: HAMMOND INNES - Air Bridge. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22618: HAMMOND INNES - Levkas Man. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24308: E. INNES. - The Chersonese. With the Gilding Off. Introduction by Khoo Kay Kim. [Facsimile reissue]. FINE COPY IN HALF CALF
26253: HAMMOND INNES - Target Antarctica. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27272: "THE INSATIABLE EARL. A LIFE OF JOHN MONTAGU, 4TH EARL OF SANDWICH, 1718-1792. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with plates; lilac cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. Acclaimed biography of the First Lord of the Admiralty ('in a class by himself') during the American War of Independence - and the inventor of our favourite fast food."
13928: C. INSKIPP AND T. INSKIPP - A Guide to the Birds of Nepal. Second Edition.
3194: BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE. - 33rd London Film Festival [1989]. Official Programme. [Edited by Allen Eyles].
3193: BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE. - 32nd London Film Festival [1988]. Official Programme. [Edited by Allen Eyles].
24004: ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION - 'Rule Britannia!'. [Catalogue of] A Loan Exhibition of Marine Works of Art. 2-29 January 1986. FINE COPY
9424: US NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. - Uniforms and Insignia of the Navies of World War II. Compiled by US Naval Intelligence. Introduction by Andrew Mollo.
23350: FLYING REVIEW INTERNATIONAL - Flying Review International. Volume 19 1963-1964. [Bound Volume]. NEAR FINE COPY
17149: INVERNESS - Guide to Inverness and Culloden Moor.
16298: R. INWARDS - "Weather Lore. A Collection of Proverbs, Sayings and Rules concerning the Weather. Third Edition, Revised and Augmented."
23472: S. INWOOD - A History of London. [Foreword by Roy Porter]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
17959: BRITS. THE WAR AGAINST THE IRA. - "8vo., First Edition, with 47 plates on 16; black cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. Third volume of Taylor's Northern Ireland trilogy, following 'Provos' and 'Loyalists'."
8421: B. IRELAND - Cruisers.
122: A. IRELAND - "The Book-Lover's Enchiridion. A Treasury of Thoughts on the Solace and Companionship of Books. [Fifth Edition, revised and further enlarged]. LARGE PAPER COPY"
1129: ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND - "Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Old London. Papers read at the London Congress, July 1866."
26045: S. IRELAND - Picturesque Views on the River Thames. LARGE PAPER COPY
609: (BRISTOL). THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITURE OF GREAT BRITIAN AND IRELAND - "Memoirs illustrative of the History and antiquities of Bristol, and the Western ounties of Great Britain. With some other Communications, made to the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, held at Bristol."
873: ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND - "Report of the Transactions at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, held at Chichester. With a detailed Catalogue of Antiquities and Works of Art exhibited."
19243: T. IRESON - County Books. Northamptonshire.
8414: BLUEJACKET. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. WITH A. GROVE DAY. PREFACE BY CAPTAIN FELIX REISENBERG. INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY NEVILLE T. IRK. - "8vo., First Edition thus, with 12 photographs in the text; series binding of buckram blocked in gilt and blue, gilt back, patterned endpapers, a fine copy. Buenzle's classic account of life at sea in the 1890s was first published in 1939. Re-issued here in NIP's series 'Classics of Naval Literature'. The photographs, chosen from the Kirk collection, appear here for the first time."
10068: G. PAGET AND L. IRVINE - Leicestershire. [County Books].
13047: A. BELL-IRVING - Mayfield. Recollections by Anna Bell-Irving. Second Edition (Enlarged).
24928: R.L.G. IRVING - "The Alps. Illustrated from Photographs. Third Edition, revised. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
9743: L. IRVING - Windmills and Waterways. The Log of a Summer Cruise through Holland. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
12851: M. IRWIN - That Great Lucifer. A Portrait of Sir Walter Ralegh.
13450: W. IRWIN - "The Jedburghs. The Secret History of the Allied Special Forces, France 1944."
25736: A. IRWIN. - Burmese Outpost. [Illustrations by Rex Wood. Maps by Patricia Carfrae]. THE INDIAN ISSUE
19218: W. ISAACSON - Kissinger. A Biography. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
10604: IBN ISHAQ. - "The Life of Muhammad, Apostle of Allah. Edited by Michael Edwardes."
27186: C. ISHERWOOD - Goodbye to Berlin. With Drawings by George Grosz selected by Frank Whitford.
2520: CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD - Exhumations. Stories. Articles. Verses.
27239: C. ISHERWOOD - Goodbye to Berlin. With Drawings by George Grosz selected by Frank Whitford.
12241: (CUNARD WHITE STAR LINE). J.H. ISHERWOOD - Cunard Portraits.
4298: KAZUO ISHIGURO - An Artist of the Floating World.
36828: "ISLAND IN REVOLT. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER" - "8vo., First Edition, with plates and endpaper maps; red cloth, gilt back, a very good, bright, clean copy in dustwrapper, the latter lightly browned at backstrip. The editor of The Times of Cyprus gives his personal account of the Cyprus Emergency."
22590: SOTHEBY'S AT ISLEWORTH. - [Sale Catalogue of] Monumental Masterpieces of Modern Sculpture. December 2003-April 2004. A Private Offering. Sale Code nil. FINE COPY
25499: D. ISSERMANN - Anne Rohart. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25184: I. IVATT - Food for Thought. Wartime in Steyning. SIGNED COPY
27605: GRY IVERSLEIN - Impressions of Holland Park. Photography by Gry Iverslein. Introduction by Michael Jacobs. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
25787: M. IVES - A History of Patterdale and its Parish Church. NEAR FINE COPY
18259: R.W.B. IZZARD - The Innocent on Everest [Second Impression]. he Innocent on Everest [Second Impression].
27076: (ROBERT LAWS) J.W. JACK. - "Daybreak in Livingstonia. The Story of the Livingstonia Mission, British Central Africa. Revised with an Introduction by Robert Laws. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
4875: L.P. JACKS. - Mad Shepherds and other Human Studies. Illustrated by L. Leslie Brooke.
23463: (THOMAS GRAHAM JACKSON). N. JACKSON (ED.) - Recollections. The Life and Travels of a Victorian Architect. FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
25705: T.S. JACKSON (ED.) - "Logs of the Great Sea Fights 1794-1805. Edited by T. Sturges Jackson. [Facsimile reissue]. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
476: G.G. JACKSON - From Track to Highway. A Book of British Roads.
13111: A. JACKSON - The British Empire and the Second World War.
21124: G.V. JACKSON. - The Perilous Adventures and Vicissitudes of a Naval Officer 1801-1812. Being Part of the Memoirs of Admiral George Vernon Jackson (1787-1876). Edited by Harold Burrows.
18609: (FIELD-MARSHAL HAROLD ALEXANDER). W.G.F. JACKSON - Alexander of Tunis as Military Commander.
18367: W.G.F. JACKSON - The North African Campaign 1940-43. Maps by Caroline Metcalfe-Gibson.
13244: R. JACKSON - The Secret Squadrons. Special Duty Units of the RAF and USAAF in the Second World War.
19176: W. FRISCHAUER AND R. JACKSON - The Navy's Here! The Altmark Affair. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16755: H. JACKSON - The Reading of Books.
15840: S. MORISON AND H. JACKSON. - A Brief Survey of Printing History and Practice. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
14431: F.H. JACKSON - Rambles in the Pyrenees and adjacent Districts.
2580: R. EDWARDS AND P. WARD-JACKSON - Ham House. A Guide. Revised and Enlarged Edition.
20693: S. JACKSON - Rufus Isaacs. First Marquess of Reading.
17440: R. JACKSON - Spitfire. The History of Britain's most famous World War II Fighter.
17917: MARK TULLY AND S. JACOB. - Amritsar. Mrs. Gandhi's Last Battle.
16168: JOSEPH JACOBS (ED.). - Indian Fairy Tales. Selected and Edited by Joseph Jacobs. Illustrated by John R. Batten. FIRST EDITION IN PERIOD PICTORIAL BINDING
21082: W.W. JACOBS - The Lady of the Barge. [Illustrated by M. Greiffenhagen and J. Sullivan]. [Third Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY
27029: (WILL OWEN). W.W. JACOBS. - Short Cruises. With 38 Illustrations by Will Owen. BRIGHT COPY
13886: K. DELVE AND P. JACOBS. - The Six-Year Offensive. Bomber Command in World War Two. [Foreword by Flight Lieutenant William Reid VC].
18302: (MAURICE GREIFFENHAGEN). W.W. JACOBS. - Many Cargoes. With Sixteen Illustrations in Colour by Maurice Greiffenhagen. FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION
19217: W.W. JACOBS - Sea Urchins. Sixteenth Edition.
13484: W.W. JACOBS. - The Lady of the Barge. [Illustrated by M. Greiffenhagen and J. Sullivan].
27783: S. SAUNDERS-JACOBS - West Chiltington in Sussex.
18771: C.K. JAEGER - Sweet Fanny Adams. A Novel. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15530: P. JAFFE. - The Wood Engravings of Clare Leighton.
25765: (NELSON). W.M. JAMES - The Durable Monument. Horatio Nelson.
17939: P.D. JAMES - Time to be in Earnest. A Fragment of Autobiography.
19120: M.R. JAMES - More Ghost Stories of an Antiquary.
20526: L. JAMES - The Rise and Fall of the British Empire.
27009: M.R. JAMES. - The Ghost Stories of M R James. Selected by Michael Cox. Illustrated by Rosalind Caldecott. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
81: M.R. JAMES. - Catalogue of the Library of Leicester Abbey . Edited by A. Hamilton Thompson.
17780: D. JAMES - A Prisoner's Progress. Prisoner's Progress.
20085: W. JAMES. - "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 [by Professor York Powell] bringing the Work down to 1827."
13768: GEOFFREY EVANS AND ANTHONY BRETT-JAMES. - Imphal A Flower on Lofty Heights.
5600: W.M. JAMES - The British Navies in the Second World War.
15334: P.D. JAMES. - Time to be in Earnest. A Fragment of Autobiography. Read by June Barrie. [Unabridged audio book].
18934: HENRY JAMES - The Turn of the Screw. FIRST EDITION IN PENGUIN
8557: JAMES I. - "Poetical Remains of James the First, King of Scotland. FIRST PUBLICATION OF 'THE KINGIS QUAIR'"
15946: P.D. JAMES - Death in Holy Orders.
15947: P.D. JAMES - Time to be in Earnest. A Fragment of Autobiography. SIGNED COPY
22018: R.R. JAMES. - Chindit. [Foreword by Bernard Fergusson]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20240: HENRY JAMES. - A Little Tour in France. With Ninety-Four Illustrations by Joseph Pennell. FIRST UK EDITION; 1500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
17150: HENRY JAMES. - The Complete Tales of Henry James. Edited with an Introduction by Leon Edel. 4 1876-1882. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
25105: M.R. JAMES. - Abbeys. With an additional Chapter on 'Monastic Life and Buildings' by A. Hamilton Thompson.
19745: HENRY JAMES. - The Letters of Henry James. Selected and edited by Percy Lubbock. [Complete set]. 1500 COPIES WERE PRINTED
10829: L. JAMES - The Iron Duke. A Military Biography of Wellington.
17849: M.R. JAMES - "A Thin Ghost and others. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
7142: G. JAMES - London. The Western Reaches. PUBLISHER'S REVIEW COPY
6787: D. JAMES - Class and Politics in a Northern Industrial Town: Keighley 1880-1914. Foreword by Asa Briggs.
14494: HENRY JAMES. - The Complete Plays of Henry James. Edited by Leon Edel.
23249: D.N. JAMES - Westland Aircraft since 1915. NEAR FINE COPY
6888: STORM JAMESON - Journey from the North. The Autobiography of Storm Jameson. [Complete Set].
26328: T.H. JAMESON - Expedition to Siberia 1919. (The Great War - Eastern Front).
11861: W. JAMESON - The Most Formidable Thing. The Story of the Submarine from its earliest Days to the End of World War I.
4176: W. JAMESON - "Ark Royal 1939-1941. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
2119: STORM JAMESON - Parthian Words.
23446: M. JANAN - Reflections in a Serpent's Eye. Thebes in Ovid's Metamorphoses. NEAR FINE COPY
25519: JANCOURT - "Jancourt's Railway Steamship Airway Tourist Map and Guide Book to Europe. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
7960: F.T. JANE - The British Battle Fleet. Its Inception and Growth throughout the Centuries to the Present Day.
20427: (W.L. WYLLIE). F.T. JANE. - The British Battle Fleet. Its Inception and Growth throughout the Centuries to the Present Day. With Illustrations in Colour from Original Water-Colour Drawings by W.L. Wyllie. [Second Edition].
1152: "(WATNEY MANN, LTD.). H. JANES" - The Red Barrel. A History of Watney Mann.
11840: J. JAQUES - Bygone Godstone.
23474: (CHRISTOPHER WREN). L. JARDINE - On a Grander Scale. The Outstanding Career of Sir Christopher Wren. FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
13876: L. JARDINE - The Curious Life of Robert Hooke: the Man who measured London.
18133: L. JARDINE - Ingenious Pursuits. Building the Scientific Revolution.
21383: JARROLDS - Channel Islands Occupied. Unique Pictures of the Nazi Rule 1940-1945. FINE COPY
13424: M.G. JARVIS - Memoirs of the Soil Survey of Great Britain. England and Wales. Soils of the Wantage and Abingdon District. [Sheet 253].
9654: L. JAY - "Letters of the famous 18th Century Printer John Baskerville of Birmingham. Together with a Bibliography of Works printed by him at Birmingham. Collected, compiled & printed under the Direction of Leonard Jay."
4313: G.E. JEANS (ED.) - Memorials of Old Hampshire.
6457: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Open Air. [Phoenix Library edition].
9752: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Life of the Fields. [Fifth Impression]. CHELTENHAM COLLEGE PRIZE BINDING
9686: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Hodge and his Masters. A New [Second] Edition.
6421: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - "Landscape & Labour. Essays and Letters now first collected with an Introduction, Notes and Bibliography by John Pearson. Drawings by Ursula Sieger."
14095: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Field and Hedgerow. Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies. Collected by his Widow. New Impression.
6451: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Hills and the Vale. With an Introduction by Edward Thomas.
6431: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Red Deer. With Seventeen Illustrations by J. Charlton and H. Tunaly.
25296: (E.W. WAITE). RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Story of my Heart. My Autobiography. Illustrated by E.W. Waite.
6412: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Toilers of the Field. New Edition.
5866: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). RICHARD JEFFERIES. - A Classic of English Farming. Hodge and his Masters. Edited and with an Introduction by Henry Williamson.
27758: R. JEFFERIES - The Amateur Poacher. [Facsimile reissue. With Foreword by Geoff R Worrall]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6428: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - "Jefferies' England. Nature Essays by Richard Jefferies. Edited with an Introduction, Notes and Check Lists by Samuel J. Looker and illustrated with twenty-four Photographs by Will. F. Taylor."
6414: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Life of the Fields.
6419: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - "Chronicles of the Hedges and other Essays. Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Samuel J. Looker. Illustrated with Pencil Drawings by Richard Jefferies & by his Uncle, John Luckett Jefferies."
6462: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Nature Near London.
21316: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Story of My Heart. Edited with the First Draft of the Author's Manuscript and an Introduction and Notes by Samuel J. Looker.
6241: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Dewy Morn. A Novel.
6415: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Life of the Fields. Illustrated by M.U. Clarke.
6403: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Amateur Poacher.
6420: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - "Chronicles of the Hedges and other Essays. Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Samuel J. Looker. Illustrated with Pencil Drawings by Richard Jefferies & by his Uncle, John Luckett Jefferies."
6406: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Amateur Poacher.
4918: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Wild Life in a Southern County. With 60 Drawings by G.E. Collins. [Introduction by Sir William Beach Thomas and A Note on the Setting by Collins].
4919: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Wild Life in a Southern County.
11793: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Gamekeeper at Home. With an Introduction by Henry Williamson. [Traveller's Library].
5869: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - By the Brook. Edited and with an Introduction by George Miller.
6460: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Nature Near London. A New Edition.
6461: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Nature Near London. [Special Paper Edition].
6426: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Beloved Land. A Richard Jefferies Anthology. Edited by Colin McKelvie. Illustrated by Esdaile Hudson.
14439: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Story of My Heart. My Autobiography. Fifth Edition.
6408: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Nature Diaries and Note-Books of Richard Jefferies. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Samuel J. Looker.
6411: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Field and Hedgerow. Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies. Collected by his Widow. New Edition.
4962: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Greene Ferne Farm.
4925: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life. Third Edition.
5952: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Toilers of the Field.
5953: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Toilers of the Field.
5954: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - "Field and Farm. Essays now First Collected, with Some from MSS by Richard Jefferies. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Samuel J. Looker. With Illustrations by Richard and John Luckett Jefferies."
5956: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Old House at Coate and Other Unpublished Essays. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Samuel J. Looker. Wood Engravings by Agnes Miller Parker.
5771: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Hodge and his Masters. Revised by Henry Williamson. With a Foreword.
5606: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Hodge and his Masters.
6453: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Open Air.
6409: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Field and Hedgerow. Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies. Collected by his Widow.
5975: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Field and Hedgerow. Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies. Collected by his Widow. LARGE PAPER COPY
6452: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - Jefferies' Countryside. Nature Essays by Richard Jefferies. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Samuel J. Looker and Illustrated with Twenty-Seven Photographs by Will F. Taylor.
6877: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Red Deer. IN FULL MOROCCO
4948: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Wood Magic.
4924: RICHARD JEFFERIES - The Gamekeeper at Home. Sketches of Natural History and Rural Life. New Edition.
4920: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Wild Life in a Southern County. Third Edition.
6456: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Open Air. With Illustrations by Ruth Dollman.
6655: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Hours of Spring and Wild Flowers. NEAR FINE COPY. 425 COPIES WERE PRINTED
6458: RICHARD JEFFERIES - Nature Near London.
6416: RICHARD JEFFERIES. - The Life of the Fields. Illustrated by M.U. Clarke.
24171: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). RICHARD JEFFERIES. - "Richard Jefferies. Selections of His Work with details of his Life and Circumstances, his Death and Immortality. [Edited by Henry Williamson]."
24127: THOMAS JEFFERSON. - An Expression of the American Mind. Selected Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Introduced by R.B. Bernstein. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
23320: C.G. JEFFORD - RAF Squadrons. A comprehensive Record of the Movement and Equipment of all RAF Squadrons and their Antecedents since 1912. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14746: C.G. JEFFORD - "The Flying Camels. The History of No. 45 Sqn, RAF. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
22043: T. JEFFREY - Beken of Cowes. Sailing Thoroughbreds. Dore by HRH The Princess Royal. Text by Tim Jeffrey. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
2595: C. JEFFRIES - The Colonial Empire and its Civil Service. With a Foreword by the Rt. Hon. Lord Harlech.
17214: G. JEKYLL - Old West Surrey. Some Notes and Memories. With 350 Illustrations from Photographs by the Author. [Facsimile reissue]. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
18834: GERTRUDE JEKYLL - Wall and Water Gardens. With Chapters on the Rock-Garden and the Heath-Garden. Sixth Edition. NEAR FINE COPY
2613: W. JEKYLL - "Jamaican Song and Story. Annancy Stories, Digging Sings, Ring Tunes, and Dancing Tunes. Collected and edited by Walter Jekyll."
7471: GERTRUDE JEKYLL - Wall and Water Gardens.
20234: GERTRUDE JEKYLL - Garden Ornament.
21475: LADY [A.H.G.] JEKYLL - Kitchen Essays. With Recipes and their Occasions. [Reprinted from The Times newspaper].
14358: ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET VISCOUNT JELLICOE - "The Grand Fleet 1914-16. Its Creation, Development and Work. IN FULL MOROCCO WITH BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC PROVENANCE"
12173: J.R. JELLICOE - Autograph Letter signed. A. . A.L.s FROM EARL JELLICOE
18658: A.K.H. JENKIN - Mines of Devon. Part I: The Southern Area.
9808: J.G. JENKINS - Traditional Country Craftsmen. Drawings by Winifred Mumford. [Second Edition].
18692: E.H. JENKINS. - The Small Rock Garden. Edited by F. . Harvey.
22210: A. JENKINS - The Forties. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12587: HERBERT JENKINS - Bindle. Some Chapters in the Life of Joseph Bindle. [Nineteenth Impression].
14947: HERBERT JENKINS - The Night Club. Further Episodes in the Career of Bindle. [Eighth Impression].
17651: J.T. JENKINS - "The Fishes of the British Isles both Fresh Water and Salt. [Wayside & Woodland series. Second Edition, First Impression]."
16068: (JANE AUSTEN). E. JENKINS - Jane Austen. A Biography. [Second Edition].
8860: J.G. JENKINS - The English Farm Wagon. Origins and Structure. [New edition].
18263: J.T. JENKINS - "The Fishes of the British Isles both Fresh Water and Salt. [Wayside & Woodland series. Second Edition, Fourth Impression]."
12248: (GOLDEN CROSS LINE). D. JENKINS - Owen and Watkins Williams of Cardiff. The Golden Cross Line.
27295: C.A. JENKINS - Warship Profile 23. HMS Furious. Aircraft Carrier 1917-1948. Part 1: The First Eight Years.
26322: H. JENKINS - One Time Marine. (A Bootneck's Tale).
6172: C.A. JENKINS - Warship Profile 23 and 24: HMS Furious Aircraft Carrier 1917-1948. HMS Furious. Aircraft Carrier 1917-1948. Part 1: The First Eight Years [with] Part II: 1925-1948 [complete set]. COMPLETE SET
19231: E.H. JENKINS. - The Hardy Flower Book. Edited by F. . Harvey.
23957: C.A. JENKINS - Warship Profiles 23 and 24: HMS Furious Aircraft Carrier 1917-1948. HMS Furious. Aircraft Carrier 1917-1948. Part 1: The First Eight Years [with] Warship Profile 24. HMS Furious. Aircraft Carrier 1917-1948. Part 2: 1925-1948. FURIOUS COMPLETE
26378: H.I. JENKINSON - "Jenkinson's Practical Guide to the Isle of Wight. Second Edition. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
13831: D. JENKINSON - The Power of the Duchesses. Foreword by R A Riddles [Second Edition].
23362: W. JENKINSON - London Churches before the Great Fire. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
8018: B. JENKS. - Prayers and Offices of Devotion for Families and for particular Persons upon most Occasions. . The Twenty-Sixth Edition. Altered and improved by the Rev Charles Simeon. THE FIRST SIMEON REVISION
7064: D.G. JENKS - "A History of Devonshire Ornithology. A Review of the Literature, Events and Personalities from Prehistoric Times to the End of the Twentieth Century."
27535: R. JENKYNS - Westminster Abbey. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17063: I. JENNINGS - Party Politics. COMPLETE SET IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
17189: D.A. JENNINGS - The Revival of the Convocation of York 1837-1861. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
16053: B. JENNINGS (ED.) - A History of Harrogate & Knaresborough. Written by the Harrogate W. .A. Local History Group. Foreword by Asa Briggs. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
5087: P. JENNINGS - "The Living Village. A Report of Rural Life in England and Wales, based on actual Village Scrapbooks."
15451: S. JENYNS - Japanese Porcelain. [Second Edition].
10460: S.T. JERMYN - Flora of Essex. With a Section on the Bryophyta by Kenneth J Adams.
26556: J.K. JEROME. - Three Men in a Boat (to say Nothing of the Dog). Illustrations by A. Frederics. FIRST ISSUE IN FULL MOROCCO
20571: (WILL OWEN). J.K. JEROME. - A Miscellany of Sense and Nonsense from Writings of Jerome K. Jerome. From the Writings of Jerome K. Jerome. Selected by the Author with many Apologies. With forty-three Illustrations by Will Owen.
13467: J.K. JEROME - The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow. A Book for an Idle Holiday. IN SIGNED BUMPUS BINDING
2189: J.K. JEROME - "Novel Notes. With Illustrations by J. Gulich, A.S. Boyd, Hal Hurst, Louis Wain, Geo. Hutchinson, Miss Hammond, J. Greig and Others."
24293: J.K. JEROME - Three Men in a Boat (to say Nothing of the Dog). Illustrations by A. Frederics. FIRST EDITION; SECOND ISSUE; FULL MOROCCO
17480: J.K. JEROME - Diary of a Pilgrimage (and Six Essays). With upwards of one Hundred and twenty Illustrations by G.G. Fraser.
14880: (GEORGE CRUIKSHANK). B. JERROLD - The Life of George Cruikshank. In Two Epochs. New Edition.
23892: (HUGH THOMSON). W. JERROLD. - Highways and Byways in Middlesex. With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson.
8546: E. JERVOISE - The Ancient Bridges of the South of England. The Ancient Bridges of the North of England. The Ancient Bridges of Mid and Eastern England. The Ancient Bridges of Wales and Western England. COMPLETE SET WITH ALL BUT ONE VOLUME IN DUSTWRAPPERS
15699: W. JESSE - The Life of Beau Brummell. [Introduction by LHD]. EDITION LIMITED TO 2000 COPIES
18963: F.W. JESSUP - A History of Kent with Maps and Pictures. History of Kent with Maps and Pictures.
27114: A.C. JEWITT - Maps for Empire. The First 2000 Numbered War Office Maps 1881-1905.
17456: M. JEWRY - Warne's Model Cookery with complete Instruction in Household Management. Compiled and edited by Mary Jewry. New [Fifth] Edition. FIRST EDITION WITH ALL COLOURED PLATES
13753: A.R. JINKS - "An Illustrated Guide and Souvenir of Pevensey. The Mint House, Castle and Town."
23404: A.K. JINKS - "An Illustrated Guide and Souvenir of Pevensey. The Mint House, Castle and Town. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23371: V. JIRU - Praha A Prazana.
26989: (PRINCETON UNIVERSITY). A.G. MURRAY JNR. - Going Back. [The Princeton University Football Team 1933-34]. PRIVATELY PRINTED
5089: C.E.M. JOAD - The Untutored Townsman's Invasion of the Country. With Drawings by Thomas Derrick.
22529: G. JOBES - Dictionary of Mythology Folklore and Symbols. COMPLETE SET OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION
13136: R. JOBSON. - The Discovery of the River Gambra by Richard Jobson in 1623. he Discovery of the River Gambra by Richard Jobson in 1623.
14643: ALLAN JOBSON - Household and Country Crafts.
4151: ALLAN JOBSON - Victorian Suffolk.
4152: ALLAN JOBSON - This Suffolk.
5653: A. JOBSON - In Suffolk Borders.
17818: ALLAN JOBSON. - Under a Suffolk Sky. Illustrations by Beryl Irving.
12293: J.R.J. JOCELYN - The History of the Royal Artillery (Crimean Period).
12249: K.A. AXELSON AND T. JOHANNESSON - "The Gorthon Shipping Companies, 1915-1985."
15574: "JOHN DRYDEN, ET AL." - Restoration Plays from Dryden to Farquhar. [Everyman's Library Edition. Introduction by Sir Edmund Gosse].
21666: M. ST. JOHN - A Tale of Two Rivers. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
19529: CHARLES ST. JOHN - A Tour in Sutherlandshire with Extracts from the Field-Books of a Sportsman and Naturalist. GOOD WORKING SET IN PUBLISHER'S BINDING
13070: "JOHN GUILLE MILLAIS," - The Mammals of Great Britain and Ireland. 1025 SETS WERE PRINTED
20495: A. JOHN - Chiaroscuro. Fragments of Autobiography. First Series.
27294: J. ST. JOHN - William Heinemann. A Century of Publishing 1890-1990. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7232: "(WILLIAM CAXTON). JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, MANCHESTER" - "[Exhibition Catalogue] Caxton in the Context of European Printing. A Quincentennial Exhibition [1476-1976]. [Introduction by M.M.W, Dept. Of Printed Books]."
11258: (HENRY WILLIAMSON). JOHN O' LONDON'S MAGAZINE - "['The Land made to Yield', review of John Middleton Murry's 'Community Farm' in] John O' London's Weekly magazine. A Review of John Middleton Murry's 'Community Farm' in] John O' London's Weekly magazine. Vol. LXI. No. 1,453. 16 May 1952."
11254: JOHN O' LONDON'S MAGAZINE. - 'The Lion and the Lamb' [review of Joy Adamson's 'Born Free' in John O' London's magazine]. Vol. 2. No. 27. 7 April 1960.
12708: C.A. JOHNS. - "Flowers of the Field. Thirty-Fifth Edition. Entirely revised by G.S. Boulger. With Portrait, Memoir of the Author and 64 Coloured Plates."
300: C.A. JOHNS - British Trees including the finer Shrubs for Garden and Woodland. Edited by T.A. Cook and W. Dallimore.
7419: H. BERNSTEIN B. CROW AND H. JOHNSIN (EDS.) - Rural Livelihoods. Crises and Responses. For an Open University Course Team.
19170: M.M. JOHNSON. - "These Also. An Anthology. Selected and arranged by M.M. Johnson. With an Introduction by Walter de la Mare. [Second Edition, with Index]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER WITH INDEX"
11351: RICHARD BRIMLEY JOHNSON (ED.) - "Eighteenth Century Letters of Swift, Addison and Steele. Introduction by Stanley Lane-Poole."
17339: A.T. JOHNSON - In the Land of the Beautiful Trout.
27339: S. JOHNSON - The Letters of Samuel Johnson. With Mrs. Thrale's Genuine Letters to him. Collected and edited by R.W. Chapman. [Second Impression] . NEAR FINE SET IN THE DUSTWRAPPERS
18411: T.M. JOHNSON - German Daggers of World War II. A Photographic Reference. Volume I: Army; Luftwaffe; Kriegsmarine.
26383: A. COX-JOHNSON - John Bacon RA 1740-1799.
7819: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - The Works of Samuel Johnson. COMPLETE EXTENDED SET IN CONTEMPORARY FULL CALF
20150: S.C. RATCLIFF AND H.C. JOHNSON - Warwick Country Records V. Orders made at Quarter Sessions Easter 1665 to Epiphany 1674. With a Foreword by Sir Wilfrid Greene.
26804: SAMUEL JOHNSON - "Johnsoniana. A Collection of miscellaneous Anecdotes and Sayings of Dr. Samuel Johnson gathered from nearly a Hundred different Publications. BRIGHT, CRISP COPY"
18353: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - Select Essays of Dr. Johnson. Edited by George Birkbeck Hill with Etchings by Herbert Railton. 250 LARGE PAPER COPIES WERRE PRINTED
24022: P. JOHNSON - Consolidated Gold Fields. A Centenary Portrait. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER WITH PUBLISHER'S MAILING-CASE
18509: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - Johnson's Lives of the British Poets. Completed by William Hazlitt [the Younger]. NICE SET OF THE FIRST 'BRITISH' POETS
27507: S. JOHNSON - The History of Rasselas Prince of Abissinia. A Tale. Edited by R.W. Chapman. NEAR FINE COPY
8198: R.F. JOHNSON - "Regimental Fire!. The Honourable Artillery Company in World War II, 1939-1945."
20152: S.C. RATCLIFF AND H.C. JOHNSON - Warwick Country Records VI. Quarter Sessions Indictment Book Easter 1631 to Epiphany 1674. With a Foreword by Lord Ilkeston.
7395: SAMUEL JOHNSON - "The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia. A Tale. [With illustrations by Richard Westall RA]. DELIGHTFUL COPY IN UNRESTORED PERIOD BINDING"
15848: SAMUEL JOHNSON - The Works of Samuel Johnson. With an Essay on his Life and Genius by Arthur Murphy. A New Edition in Twelve Volumes [Complete set].
12086: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - Lives of the English Poets. Edited by George Birkbeck Hill. With Brief Memoir of Dr. Birkbeck Hill by his Nephew Harold Spencer Scott. [Facsimile re-issue].
19407: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - Deformities of Dr. Samuel Johnson. Samuel Johnson. Selected from his Works (1782). Introduction by Gwin J. Kolb and J.E. Congleton. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
20078: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - The Works of Samuel Johnson. A New Edition in Twelve Volumes. With an Essay on his Life and Genius by Arthur Murphy. IN WHOLLY UNRESTORED PERIOD BINDING
15567: R.F. JOHNSON - Regimental Fire! The Honourable Artillery Company in World War II 1939-1945. [Foreword by Major General Sir Julian Gascoigne]. SUBSCRIBER'S COPY NO. 5
12963: D. JOHNSON - Napoleon's Cavalry and its Leaders.
20151: S.C. RATCLIFF AND H.C. JOHNSON - Warwick Country Records III. Quarter Sessions Order Book Easter 1650 to Epiphany 1657. With a Foreword by Sir Archibald Flower.
16847: A. CAMPBELL-JOHNSON - Mission with Mountbatten.
13827: P. JOHNSON - Mail by Rail. The History of the TPO and Post Office Railway.
18414: T.M. JOHNSON - "German Daggers of World War II. A Photographic Reference. Volume 4: Recently Surfaced Rare and Unusual Dress Daggers Hermann Göring Recently Surfaced Rare and Unusual Dress Daggers, Hermann Göring Bejeweled Dress Daggers; Reproductions."
18412: T.M. JOHNSON - German Daggers of World War II. A Photographic Reference. Volume 2: SA; Feldherrnhalle; SS; NSKK; NPEA; RAD; Hitlerjugend.
18413: T.M. JOHNSON - German Daggers of World War II. A Photographic Reference. Volume 3: DLV/NSFK; Diplomats; Red Cross; Police and Fire; RLB; TENO; Customs; Reichsbahn; Postal; Hunting and Forestry.
22880: SAMUEL JOHNSON. - Johnson's Dictionary. A Modern Selection.
7211: SAMUEL JOHNSON - "The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia. A Tale."
17701: I. JOHNSTON - Clydebank Battlecruisers. Forgotten Photographs from John Brown's Shipyard.
24030: J. JOHNSTON - Two Moons. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9968: R.J. BERRY AND J.L. JOHNSTON - The Natural History of Shetland. New Naturalist 64.
10390: (JACOBITE REBELLION). [J.] CHEVALIER DE JOHNSTONE - "Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746. Containing a Narrative of the Progress of the Rebellion, from its Commencement to the Battle of Culloden. Translated from a French MS. Third Edition, with additional Notes, etc."
19070: (FREEMASONRY). J. JOHNSTONE - History of Lodge of Harmony. No. 255 1785-1937 and Chapter of Iris No. 255 1807-1937. 150 COPIES WERE PRINTED
22289: J. JOLY - The Surface-History of the Earth.
20801: R.V. JONES - Most Secret War.
23646: (JOAN KIDDELL-MONROE). G. JONES. - Welsh Legends and Folk-Tales. Illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19352: (POLLY PEABODY). DAVID JONES - In Parenthesis. Seinnyessit e gledyf ym penn mameu. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR TO POLLY PEABODY
12416: (ROBERT BROWNING). H. JONES - "Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher. [Third Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
16488: J. JONES - Clough Williams-Ellis. The Architect of Portmeirion.
22430: R.C. JONES - Bless 'Em All. Aspects of the War in North West Wales 1939-1945. FINE COPY
12164: G. RHYS-JONES - The Loss of the Bismarck. An Avoidable Disaster. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15609: P.M. JONES (ED.) - English Critical Essays. Twentieth Century. Selected with an Introduction by Phyllis M. Jones. The World's Classics.
9224: E.W. MASLEN-JONES. - Fire by Order. Recollections of Service with 656 Air Observation Post Squadron in Burma. With a Foreword by General Sir Martin Farndale. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
26585: P.T. JONES - "The Parish Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Westerham."
14261: G. JONES - Autumn of the U-Boats.
2752: R.C. CURRAN AND E.L. JONES - Tumours. Structures and Diagnosis. With Contributions on Cytology by Jennifer A Young.
20274: BARBARA JONES - The Isle of Wight. Illustrated and described by Barbara Jones. [King Penguin 52]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
26517: P.T. JONES. - "The Parish Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Westerham. FINE COPY"
22152: L.E. JONES - The Observer's Book of Old English Churches.
13749: A.T.H. JONES - My War Time Diary 1942-1945. A Sapper's Worm's Eye View.
20168: J.E. GETHYN-JONES - A Territorial Army Chaplain in Peace and War. A Country Cleric in Khaki 1938-1961.
20239: (H.S. TOYNBEE). D. CARADOG JONES (ED.) - The Social Survey of Merseyside. Edited by D. Caradog Jones. NEAR FINE SET WITH H S TOYNBEE'S BOOKPLATE
24533: S.R. JONES - "England. [Complete set, comprising 'England South', 'England West' and 'England East']. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET"
20255: C. JONES - Christ's Hospital Heritage 4. Customs and Traditions.
16624: M.W. JONES - Games of Patience for One or More Players. Second Edition.
23662: GWYN JONES. - A Prospect of Wales. A Series of Water-Colours by Kenneth Rowntree and an Essay by Gwyn Jones. [King Penguin 43].
12201: F.S. JONES - Escape to Nowhere.
1173: P.E. JONES - The Butchers of London. A History of the Worshipful Company of Butchers of the City of London.
3111: T. JONES - "The Incredible Voyage. A Personal Odyssey. Foreword by John Hemming Director, Royal Geographical Society."
11780: G.P. JONES - Under Three Flags. The Story of Nordmark and the Armed Supply Ships of the German Navy.
13124: F. BOSTOCK AND G. JONES. - Planning and Power in Iran. Ebtehaj and Economic Development under the Shah.
25852: W. BYFORD-JONES - Forbidden Frontiers. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16226: GILBERT HACKFORTH-JONES - One Man's Wars. A Novel. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
4181: G.P. JONES - U-Boat Aces and their Fates.
10081: S.R. JONES - Hitler in Vienna 1907-1913. Clues to the Future.
22466: T. JONES - Blood on the Altar. In Search of a Serial Killer. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
22899: MRS. H. JONES - Some Norfolk Worthies.
511: C.H. JONES - "The Chapel of Saint Mary Magdalene at Sturbridge, Cambridge. 500 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
16087: B. JONES - Gloster Meteor.
2351: D. PARRY-JONES - Welsh Country Upbringing.
22015: T. JONES - A Steady Trade. A Boyhood at Sea.
19786: LL. R. JONES - The Geography of London River.
14951: (LYNTON LAMB). D. PARRY-JONES. - Welsh Country Characters. With Drawings by Lynton Lamb.
24193: G.P. JONES - U-Boat Aces and their Fates. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20253: C. JONES - Christ's Hospital Heritage 1. Postcards.
16447: M. JONES - "The History of Chudleigh, in the County of Devon, and the surrounding Scenery, Seats, Families, etc. THE FIRST SEPARATELY PUBLISHED HISTORY"
20759: I.M. DE JONG - Mission 85. A Milk Run that turned Sour. The Unites States Eighth Air Force and its Mission on August 19 1943 over South-West Holland. NEAR FINE COPY
27596: B. JONSON - Timber. Or Discoveries being Observations on Men and Manners. [Edited by Sir Israel Gollancz]. NEAR FINE COPY
14978: R. JORDAN - The World's Merchant Fleets 1939. The Particulars and Wartime Fates of 6000 Ships.
23757: (FREDERIC CHOPIN). R JORDAN - Nocturne. A Life of Chopin. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
5218: D. JORDAN - "Wolfpack. The U-Boat War and the Allied Counter-Attack, 1939-1945."
22192: D. JORDAN - The First 24 Hours. The Battle of the Bulge. Hitler's Final Gamble to Halt the Western Allies. [Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
979: D.K. DOM KNOWLES AND J.K.S. ST JOSEPH.. - Monastic Sites from the Air.
7705: M.W. BERESFORD AND J.K.S. ST JOSEPH - Medieval England. An Aerial Survey. [Second Edition].
11041: HIGHGATE ST JOSEPH.. - "Souvenir of the Centenary of St. Joseph's Parish, Highgate, London 1858 to 1958.. Joseph's Parish, Highgate, London. 1858 to 1958. Being an Account of the Foundation compiled from original Sources."
14353: "JOSEPH ADDISON, R. STEELE AND E. BUDGELL" - Sir Roger de Coverly. Edited by John Hampden. With Wood Engravings by Richard Shirley Smith.
9885: M.W. BERESFORD AND J.K.S. ST JOSEPH.. - Medieval England. An Aerial Survey. [Second and Best Edition].
21624: "JOSEPH ADDISON, RICHARD STEELE, ET AL." - "The Spectator. Volume the First [to Volume to Eighth]. CRISP, CLEAN SET IN CONTEMPORARY TREE CALF"
27139: D.K. KNOWLES AND J.K.S. ST. JOSEPH - "Monastic Sites from the Air. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
9494: H.F. JOSLEN - Orders of Battle. United Kingdom and Colonial Formations and Units in the Second World War 1939-1945. Prepared for the Historical Section of the Cabinet Office. Based on Official Documents. [Third Impression].
22167: M. JOURDAIN - English Interior Decoration 1500 to 1830. A Study in the Development of Design.
13440: E.M. JOWETT - "An illustrated History of Merton and Morden. With Chapters by Lionel Green, David Pocock, Alfred Slinger and Elgin S. Wells."
7740: R.L.P. JOWITT - Salisbury.
26243: EARL JOWITT - Some were Spies. [Second Impression]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
9162: WILLIAM JOYCE. - Trial of William Joyce [Lord Haw-Haw].
14161: JAMES JOYCE - Ulysses [Third Impression thus]. IN FULL MOROCCO
23937: JAMES JOYCE - Ulysses. SECOND IMPRESSION IN SOLANDER CASE
22780: JAMES JOYCE. - Stephen Hero. Part of the First Draft of 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man'. Edited with an Introduction by Theodore Spencer.
18358: A. JUDD. - The Riddle of Randley School. Illustrated by R. . Brock.
14555: A. JUDD - At School on the Ocean [Second Edition]. t School on the Ocean [Second Edition].
18866: GEORGE WASHINGTON. AN ENGLISH JUDGEMENT. - "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece, 15 plates and 2 maps in the text, neat contemporary signature on front free endpaper, red cloth, gilt back, red top, a near fine copy in very good, price-clipped dustwrapper, the latter mildly sunned at backstrip. Scarce, especially in this condition."
8787: E.A. JUDGES. - Some West Surrey Villages. With an Introduction by the Right Hon. Viscount Midleton. With numerous Illustrations by Laurence Davis and others and many Reproductions of Old Prints.
9676: MARCEL JULLIAN. - The Battle of Britain. July-September 1940. Translated from the French by Ann-Yvette and Alan Stewart.
11605: M. JULLIAN - H.M.S. Fidelity. [Translated by Mervyn Savill]. PROOF COPY
21454: H.E. JULYAN - Rottingdean and the East Sussex Downs and Villages. Third Edition. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7484: JUNIUS [PSEUD. ANON] - The Letters of Junius.
24549: JEAN JULES JUSSERAND - "A Literary History of the English People. [Volume 1] From the Origins to the Renaissance. Second Edition. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
24550: JEAN JULES JUSSERAND - "A Literary History of the English People. [Volume 2 Part 1]. From the Renaissance to the Civil War. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
19615: (PAUL KRUGER). M.[C.] JUTA - The Pace of the Ox. The Life of Paul Kruger. South African Edition. THE SOUTH AFRICAN EDITION IN FULL MOROCCO
21540: (CORN LAWS). A. KADISH (ED.) - The Corn Laws. The Formation of Popular Economics in Britain [complete set].
27444: F. KAFKA - Amerika. Illustrated by Bill Bragg. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
22009: W. KALE - Traditions Myths and Memories 1693 to 1993. Celebrating the Tercentenary of the College of William and Mary in Virginia. PRESENTATION COPY TO JACK MORPURGO
13118: I. KALNOKY - The Guest House. The Witnesses at Nuremberg.
24512: HENRY KAMEN - The Spanish Inquisition. A Historical Revision. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
10954: J. KAMM - John Stuart Mill in Love.
23454: (ROBERT GWATHMEY). M. KAMMEN - Robert Gwathmey. The Life and Art of a Passionate Observer. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
18545: (MARK TWAIN). J. KAPLAN - Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain. Clemens and Mark Twain. A Biography.
8418: P KAPLAN - Fly Navy: Naval Aviators and Carrier Aviation. A History.
6064: D.F. KARAKA - With the 14th Army. ORIGINAL INDIAN ISSUE
26041: KATE O'BRIEN - English Letters and Journals. [Britain in Pictures series]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3306: E. KATONA - Code-Name Marianne. An Autobiography. With Patrick Macnaghton.
19723: DANIEL KATZ - [Catalogue of an Exhibition of] European Sculpture 2004. New York Exhibition 3 May to 14 May; London Exhibition 7 June to 23 July 2004.
11627: R. KATZ - Fatal Silence.
16795: R. KATZ - Death in Rome. The FIRST UK EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER. The FIRST UK EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
16798: J. KATZ. - One Who Came Back. The Diary of a Jewish Survivor. Translated from the German by Hilda Reach. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
13884: T. KAVANAGH - Tommy Handley. ommy Handley [Third Impression].
7691: EKAI KAWAGUCHI - "Three Years in Tibet with the original Japanese Illustrations by The Shramana Ekai Kawaguchi, late Rector of Gohyakurakan Monastery, Japan. EXCELLENT COPY WITH THE ORIGINAL JAPANESE ILLUSTRATIONS"
14460: E. KAYE - "A History of Queen's College, London 1848-1972. History of Queen's College, London 1848-1972."
14732: G.W.C. KAYE - High Vacua. REMARKABLY BRIGHT COPY
19264: A.H. KEANE - The Gold of Ophir. Whence brought and by Whom? NEAR FINE COPY.
9785: RICHARD KEARTON - Nature's Carol Singers. Illustrated with Photographs direct from Nature by Cherry and Richard Kearton.
13048: RICHARD KEARTON AND C. KEARTON. - "Kearton's Nature Pictures beautifully reproduced in Photogravure, Colour and Black and White from Photographs by Richard and Cherry Kearton. With descriptive Text by Richard Kearton."
12906: CHERRY KEARTON - The Island of Penguins.
16968: J. CAMPBELL-KEASE (ED.) - Tribute to an Armorist. [Essays for John Brooke-Little to mark the Golden Jubilee of 'The Coat of Arms'].
10831: H.R.F. KEATING - The Murder of the Maharajah.
23479: (WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE). G. PHILLIPS AND M. KEATMAN - The Shakespeare Conspiracy. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27746: J. KEATS - The Odes of Keats and their earliest known Manuscripts in Facsimile. Introduced with Notes by Robert Gittings. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14703: JOHN KEATS. - The Complete works of John Keats. Edited by H. Buxton Forman. Vols. IV and V [these two volumes only]. Letters 1814 to 1820.
24016: JOHN KEATS. - The Poetical Works of John Keats. Edited with an Introduction and Textual Notes by H. Buxton Forman. [Oxford Standard Authors]. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S MAILING-CASE
15865: JOHN KEATS. - The Poetical Works of John Keats. Edited with an Introduction and Textual Notes by H. Buxton Forman. Oxford Edition.
16141: JOHN KEATS. - Poems of Keats. Selected and with an Introduction by Arthur Symons. [Coloured plates by E.J. Sullivan].
7655: J. KEBLE. - The Christian Year. Selections for the Sundays and principal Holidays throughout the Year. Illustrated and Abridged. Drawings and Illustrations by Alice Price and F. Corbyn Price.
7896: R. KEE - Munich: The Eleventh Hour.
10869: J. KEEGAN - The Battle for History. Re-fighting World War Two.
27251: J. KEEGAN - The Price of Admiralty. War at Sea from Man of War to Submarine. [Second Impression]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17477: J. KEEN. - Fluorescent Flies. A Complete Guide to the Successful Dressing of Trout Flies with Daylight Fluorescent Materials. Line Illustrations by Thomas Keen.
9665: CHARLES KEENE. - Charles Keene 'the Artists' Artist' 1823-1891. [Introduction by John Ward. Essays by Simon Houfe. Postscript by Michael Broadbent].
24535: ARTHUR BERRIEDALE KEITH (ED. AND INTRO.) - Speeches and Documents on International Affairs 1918-1937. Edited with an Introduction by Arthur Berriedale Keith. [Worlds Classics Edition. Second Impression]. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
21530: VISCOUNT KEITH. - The Keith Papers. Selected from the Papers of Admiral Viscount Keith. Volume III. Edited by Christopher Lloyd.
11303: K. KEITH - "The Antiquity of Man. New and Enlarged Edition, completely revised and reset. [Second Edition]."
5217: W.J. KEITH - Regions of the Imagination. The Development of British Rural Fiction.
22917: G. KELLER - Samtliche Werke in drei Banden. FINE SET IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASES
20722: M. HUTNER AND J. KELLY - A Century for the Century. Fine Printed Books 1900-1999.
27201: M. KELLY - Steam in the Air. The Application of Steam Power in Aviation during the 19th and 20th Centuries. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
16753: C.O. KELLY - The Flamboya Tree. Memories of a Family's Wartime Courage.
12915: (EDWARD PERRY). H. KELLY. - London Cameos. With Sketches by Edward Perry.
20723: (BRUCE ROGERS). J. KELLY - The First Flowering. Bruce Rogers at the Riverside Press.
20803: E.R. KELLY (ED.) - County Topographies. Wiltshire. With Map engraved expressly for the Work. Edited by E.R. Kelly.
18655: H. KELSEY - St. Aidan and St. Cuthbert. Aidan and St. Cuthbert.
25100: P.K. KEMP - The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) 1919-1952. Compiled under the Direction of a Regimental Committee. With a Foreword by Lieutenant-General Sir Brian G. Horrocks.
21067: B. KEMP - Sir Frances Dashwood. An Eighteenth-Century Independent.
24002: P. KEMP (ED.) - The Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
10088: P. KEMP - Convoy!. Drama in Arctic Waters.
24187: A. KEMP - The Maginot Line. Myth and Reality. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14548: P. KEMP - Midget Submarines of WWII (ShipShape).
118: I. KEMP - "Laurence Housman, 1865 -1959. A brief Catalogue of Books, Manuscripts and Drawings, presented to the Street Library by the Family of Roger and Sarah Bancroft clark, to mark the Centenary of Laurence Housman's Birth, 1965."
13612: P.K. KEMP - HM Submarines. M Submarines.
25482: P.K. KEMP - HM Destroyers. [With a Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23609: P.K. KEMP - Nine Vanguards.
21317: R. HOLMES AND A. KEMP. - The Bitter End. [The Fall of Singapore 1941-2]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24622: P. KEMP (ED.) - "The Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea. [Second, Corrected, Edition]."
1966: P. KEMP - Victory at Sea 1939-1945. Written with the Approval of the Admiralty. With a Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope.
10090: (IAN EDWARD FRASER). P. KEMP - Underwater Warriors. [Second Edition]. WITH THE AUTOGRAPH OF IAN EDWARD FRASER VC
8734: W. HOLTZMANN AND E.W. KEMP. - Papal Decretals relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the Twelfth Century. Edited with an Introduction on the Sources.
10825: A. KEMPENEERS - "Dissertatio Dogmatico-Canonica de Romani Pontificis primatu ejusque Attributis, quam cum Subjectis Thesibus…Ex Auctoritate Rectoris magnifici Petri. Frans. Xav. De Ram.,. n Universitate Catholica in Oppido Lovaniensi…."
18033: T. A KEMPIS - Of the Imitation of Christ. With an Introductory Essay on the Authorship of the Work.
14726: THOMAS A KEMPIS. - "The Christian's Pattern: or, a Treatise of the Imitation of Jesus Christ. In Four Books. Written originally in Latin by Thomas a Kempis. Now render'd into English [by George Stanhope]. To which are added Meditations and Prayers for Sick Persons [Second Edition]."
15333: T. A KEMPIS - Of the Imitation of Christ. Four Books. Revised Translation.
18777: CLIVE CUSSLER AND P. KEMPRECOS. - Lost City. A Novel from the Numa Files. [A Kurt Austin Adventure].
7265: THOMAS RICKMAN. KENDALL (J) . - An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of English Architecture. Second Edition. [with] An Elucidation of the Principles of Architecture usually denominated Gothic. First Edition.. An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of English Architecture. Second Edition [ with] KENDALL. An Elucidation of the Principles of Architecture usually denominated Gothic. First Edition. AN UNUSUAL GOTHIC 'DOUBLE'
21550: THOMAS KENEALLY - "Confederates. A Novel. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
23753: THOMAS KENEALLY - Flying Hero Class. [Second Impression]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
17619: J. KENNEDY - "A History of Malaya, A.D. 1400-1959."
27867: LUDOVIC KENNEDY - Menace. The Life and Death of the Tirpitz. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27128: J. KENNEDY - The Manor and Parish Church of Hampstead and its Vicars.
4471: S.D. KENNEDY - Lastingham and Hutton-le-Hole. A Brief History.
4195: L. KENNEDY - Menace. The Life and Death of the Tirpitz.
22848: A.E. CLARK-KENNEDY - The London. A Study in the Voluntary Hospital System. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
25303: (BERNARD FERGUSSON). MAJOR-GENERAL JOHN KENNEDY. - The Business of War. The War Narrative of Major-General Sir John Kennedy. Edited by Bernard Fergusson.
26241: L. KENNEDY - "The Trial of Stephen Ward. BRIGHT, CLEAN IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
16811: R. KENNEDY. - A Boy at the Hogarth Press. Introduction by Bevis Hillier.
11474: E. KENNINGTON - Tanks and Tank-Folk. [A Series of Portraits].
14609: ('LORD HAW-HAW'). M. KENNY - "Germany Calling. A Personal Biography of William Joyce, 'Lord Haw-Haw'."
16802: V. KENRICK - Horses in Japan.
25587: N.C.E. KENRICK - "The Story of the Wiltshire Regiment (Duke of Edinburgh's), The 62nd Foot and 88th Foot (1756-1959), the Militia and the Territorials, the Service Battalions and all those Others who have served or been affiliated with the Moonrakers. NEAR FINE COPY"
18999: (E.C. MANSELL). M. KENT. - The Children's Nature Series. Animals of the Farm. Illustrated by E.C. Mansell. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY
17282: D.H. KENT - The Historical Flora of Middlesex. An Account of the Wild Plants found in the Watsonian vice-County 21 from 1548 to the Present time.
26667: KENT - Bygone Kent: A Monthly Journal in all Aspects of Local History. Vol. 4 No. 4. April 1983. Vol. 4 No. 4. April 1983.
26061: R. KENT - "First In! Parachute Pathfinder Company. A History of the 21st Independent Parachute Company, the original Pathfinders of British Airborne Forces 1942-1946. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
17170: A.S. KENWORTHY - The Tiger of Malaya. The Story of General Tomoyuki Yamashita and 'Death March' General Masaharu Homma.
14641: W.P. KER - Warton Lecture on English Poetry I. Thomas Warton. [Read 16 November 1910.
9995: (BLUE STAR LINE).(PORT LINE).(SHAW SAVILL & ALBION). R.P. DE KERBRECH - Harland & Wolff's Empire Food Ships 1934-1948. A Link with the Southern Dominions.
17991: (GENERAL CHARLES DE GAULLE). HENRI DE KERILLIS. - I Accuse Ge Gaulle. Translated from the French by Harold Rosenberg . IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
11269: W. KERR - The Secret of Stalingrad.
11495: (GEORGE BERNARD SHAW). A. KERR - Bernard Shaw. An Exhibition of Books and Manuscripts from the Collection presented by Mr. Bernard Burgunder Cornell 1918.
22132: R. KERR - The Story of a Million Girls. Guiding and Girl Scouting around the World. Compiled by Rose Kerr. [Third Impression].
14100: J. KERR - "Curling in Canada and the United States. A Record of the Tour of the Scottish Team 1902-3, and of the Game in the Dominon and the Republic. EDITION LIMITED TO 160 SIGNED COPIES"
23519: R. KERR - The Story of the Girl Guides.
26656: (NAPOLEON). EARL. KERRY - The First Napoleon. Some Unpublished Documents from the Bowood Papers. Edited by the Earl of Kerry. BRIGHT COPY
17656: F. KERSAUDY - Norway 1940. Translated from the French by the Author.
13814: A. KERSHAW - The First War Planes [Purnell's History of the World Wars. Special].
24791: R.J. KERSHAW - "'It never snows in September'. The German View of MARKET-GARDEN and the Batte of Arnhem, September 1944. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
5487: R.J. KERSHAW - "'It never snows in September'. The German View of MARKET-GARDEN and the Batte of Arnhem, September 1944."
20015: S.A. KERSLAKE - Coxswain in the Northern Convoys. Foreword by Vice Admiral B B Schofield.
16530: F. KERSTEN. - The Kersten Memoirs 1940-1945. With an Introduction by H. .Trevor-Roper. Translated from the German by Constantine Fitzgibbon and James Oliver. [First English Edition]. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
27150: S. KESSEL - "Hanged at Auschwitz. Translated by Melville and Delight Wallace. [First English Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER"
21391: L. KESSLER - The Battle of the Ruhr Pocket. April 1945.
19240: O. KEUN. - In the Land of the Golden Fleece. Through Independent Menchevist Georgia. Translated from the French by Helen Jessiman.
2108: E. KEYES - "Geoffrey Keyes, VC, MC, Croix de Guerre, Royal Scots Greys, Lieut.-Colonel 11th Scottish Commando. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
15084: S.K. KEYES - Dartford. Some Historical Notes written and collated by Sidney Kilworth Keyes. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
37: (JANE AUSTEN). G. KEYNES - Jane Austen. A Bibliography. 875 COPIES WERE PRINTED
27291: (SIEGFRIED SASSOON). GEOFFREY KEYNES - The Gates of Memory. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
27247: G.[L]. KEYNES - A Bibliography of Siegfried Sassoon. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
16937: (WILLIAM BLAKE). G. KEYNES - Blake Studies. Notes on his Life and Works in Seventeen Chapters.
114: GEOFFREY KEYNES (REV.) - Bibliography of William Hazlitt. Second Edition revised by Geoffrey Keynes. 750 COPIES WERE PRINTED
17944: JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES - The Economic Consequences of the Peace. FIRST US EDITION IN FULL MOROCCO
18712: A.E. KEYS - A History of Eastington. Near Stonehouse in Gloucestershire. 220 COPIES WERE PRINTED; THIS COPY SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
23455: T. KEYSER. - Udderly Art. Colourful Cows for Calgary. Photography by Clayton B Kaplar. PRESENTATION COPY SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND PHOTOGRAPHER
14400: F. KEYZER - French Household Cooking with Recipes from the best Chefs of Paris. [Sixth Edition]. IN THE ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
13979: (PERVEZ A. KHAN). I. KHAN. - Warrior Race. A Journey through the Land of the Tribal Pathans. Photographs by Pervez A. Khan.
27049: B.J. KIDD - "A History of the Church to AD 461. BRIGHT, CLEAN SET IN PUBLISHER'S CLOTH"
15940: R.W. KIDNER - The Dartford Loop Line 1866-1966.
23691: H.E. KIEWE - Susann Folk Cross-Stitch Charts. A Beautiful Collection of 278 Designs from the Countries along the Danube. Collected by Maria Foris and edited by Andreas Foris. NEAR FINE COPY OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
21109: C.W. DE KIEWIET - British Colonial Policy and the South African Republics 1848-1872.
24241: C.E. KILBOURNE - "Rolfe of Ebon. A Novel of Romance, War and Adventure in ancient England. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY"
14264: P. KILDUFF - Talking with the Red Baron. 'Interviews' with Manfred von Richthofen.
17370: J. KILLEN - The Luftwaffe. A History.
12142: D. KILLINGRAY - Sevenoaks People and Faith. Two Thousand Years of Religious Belief and Practice.
26002: F.J. KILLINGTON - A Monograph of the British Neuroptera. [Ray Society]. 750 SETS WERE PRINTED
27740: W. KIMBALL - "Forged in War. Churchill, Roosevelt and the Second World War. [First UK Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
17034: A. KIMMINS - It is upon the Navy….
15088: J. KINCAID - "Adventures in the Rifle Brigade, in the Peninsula, France and the Netherlands, from 1809 to 1815. [Facsimile re-issue]."
19403: (JOAN LUPTON). ARTHUR KING. - The Observer's Book of Garden Flowers. Compiled by Arthur King from the larger Work ;The Book of Garden Flowers' by G. .R. Philips. With Illustrations by Joan Lupton. FIRST EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22426: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). P. KING - Scott's Last Journey. FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
14250: H. BARTY-KING - Quilt Winders and Pod Shavers. The History of Cricket Bat and Ball Manufacture.
14220: M. KING (ED.) - King's Handbook of New York City. An Outline History and Description of the American Metropolis. With over Eight Hundred Illustrations from Photographs made expressly for this Work.
22272: C. KING - On Ireland. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26966: C.E. KING - The Collector's History of Dolls. [First US Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
21729: (GRIMSTON FAMILY). N. KING - The Grimstons of Gorhambury. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
6318: E. KING - "Old Times Re-visited in the Borough and Parish of Lymington, Hants. Second Edition. FROM THE LIBRARY OF PROFESSOR BILES OF THE 'TITANIC' ENQUIRY"
21069: B. KING - A History of Italian Unity being a Political History of Italy from 1814 to 1871. History of Italian Unity being a Political History of Italy from 1814 to 1871.
23188: W. KING - The Stick and the Stars. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
22137: W. KING - The Stick and the Stars. [Adventurers Club edition].
27118: P. KING - The Mystery of the Coventry Cappers. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3493: E. KING - "Account of a Roman Pavement, with Wheat underneath it, found at Colechester. By the Rev. Dr. Griffith; communicated by Edward King in a Letter to the Secretary [of the Society of Antiquaries]."
11004: C. KING - Rule Britannia.
4878: R.W. KING (ED.) - Naval Engineering and American Sea Power. With Fifteen Contributors. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO SIDNEY PALMER
18547: S. KING - Jacqueline [Yvonne Rudellat]. Pioneer Heroine of the Resistance.
18863: A.H. KING - Mozart in Retrospect. Studies in Criticism and Bibliography.
259: BRITISH MUSEUM. KING'S LIBRARY - "A Guide to the Exhibition in the King's Library illustrating the History of Printing, Music-Printing and Bookbinding."
11600: C.L. KINGSFORD - The Story of the Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment).
9472: CHARLES KINGSLEY. - Charles Kingsley. His Letters and Memories of his Life. Edited by his Wife.
894: D. KINGSLEY - Printed Maps of Sussex 1575-1900. With Introduction by Helen Wallis.
18906: CHARLES KINGSLEY. - Hereward the Wake 'Last of the English'. [Introduction by Ernest Rhys. Everyman's Library]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18218: MARY KINGSLEY. - Travels in West Africa. Edited and introduced by Elspeth Huxley. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
12657: C. KINGSLEY - Chalk Stream Studies. EDITION LIMITED TO 150 COPIES WITH ORIGINAL FLY
6878: (WARWICK GOBLE). CHARLES KINGSLEY. - The Water-Babies. A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby. With Illustrations in Colour by Warwick Goble. IN FULL MOROCCO
26524: P.D. KINGSTON - "A Short History of the Parish and Church of St. Giles, Ickenham in the County of Middlesex. Giles, Ickenham in the County of Middlesex. FINE COPY"
25429: C. KINGSTON - The Romance of Monte Carlo.
26323: P. KINGSWELL - Fidelity will Haunt me til I die. [Fourth Edition].
24514: MILES KINGTON (ED.) - The Pick of Punch. Selected and edited by Miles Kington. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
13580: J. KINROSS - The Phantom Baton.
16097: E.W. KINTNER (ED.). - "Trial of Alfons Klein, Adolf Wahlmann, Heinrich Ruoff, Karl Willig, Adolf Merkle, Irmgard Huber and Philipp Blumm. (The Hadamar Trial). With a Foreword by Robert H. Jackson."
8868: (DONALD MAXWELL). RUDYARD KIPLING. - East of Suez. Illustrated by Donald Maxwell.
9917: RUDYARD KIPLING - France at War. IN FULL MOROCCO
26403: R. KIPLING - The Irish Guards in the Great War. The First Battalion. Edited and Compiled from their Diaries and Papers. With a Foreword by George Webb. [Re-issue]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18700: RUDYARD KIPLING. - 'They'. With Illustrations by F.H. Townsend. FIRST ISSUE OF THE FIRST ENGLISH EDITION
23647: RUDYARD KIPLING - Seven Seas. [First English Edition]. WITH PUBLISHER'S CATALOGUE
19016: RUDYARD KIPLING - Barrack-Room Ballads and other Verses. [Thirteenth Edition].
17807: RUDYARD KIPLING. - Twenty-One Tales. Selected and with an Introduction by Tim Wilkinson. Drawings by Ian Ribbons.
24819: RUDYARD KIPLING - Soldiers Three. Tenth Edition [with] In Black and White. Ninth Edition [with] The Story of the Gadsbys. Eighth Edition.
5839: R. KIPLING - The Irish Guards in the Great War. Edited and Compiled from their Diaries and Papers. With a Foreword by George Webb. [Re-issue Edition. Complete Set].
4736: RUDYARD KIPLING - Debits and Credits.
9120: RUDYARD KIPLING. - The Fox Meditates. Illustrated by Lionel Edwards. [Second Impression]. WITH A.L. WITH A.L.s FROM THE BISHOP OF WAKEFIELD
19238: RUDYARD KIPLING - Soldiers Three. The Story of the Gadsbys. In Black and White. SECOND IMPRESSION WITH REVISED CONTENTS
4282: RUDYARD KIPLING - "Twenty Poems. REMARKABLY BRIGHT, FRESH COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
23124: RUDYARD KIPLING. - Just So Stories. Illustrated by Niroot Puttapipat. Introduction by Michael Morpurgo. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED
24817: RUDYARD KIPLING - "Independence. Rectorial Address delivered at St. Andrews, October 10, 1923. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
24818: RUDYARD KIPLING - Departmental Ditties and other Verses. [Newnes Edition]. NEWNES 'DITTIES'
24646: RUDYARD KIPLING. - All the Puck Stories. With Illustrations by H. . Millar and Charles E Brock. DELUXE EDITION
18701: RUDYARD KIPLING - The Five Nations. NEAR FINE COPY OF FIRST US EDITION
14511: S.W. KIRBY ET AL. - History of the Second World War. The War against Japan. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
20230: J.W. KIRBY - History of the Roan School (The Greycoat School) and its Founder.
19174: A. KIRKE. - North Curry. A Short History of the Church and Parish. [Introductory Note by J. Armitage Robinson. First and Sole Edition].
19812: H. KIRKE - Twenty-Five Years in British Guiana. NEAR FINE COPY
4164: J.F. KIRKLAND - The Diesel Builders. Volume Three. Baldwin Locomotive Works.
150: B.J. KIRKPATRICK - A Bibliography of Katherine Mansfield.
101: (ROBERT GIBBINGS). A.M. KIRKUS. - Robert Gibbings. A Bibliography. Edited by Patience Empson and John Harris. With a chronological Check List and Notes on the Golden Cockerel Press. 975 COPIES WERE PRINTED
23024: M. MEISS AND E.W. KIRSCH - "The Visconti Hours. Bibliotheca Nazionale, Florence. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE"
20790: E. KIRSCHBAUM. - The Tombs of St. Peter and St. Paul. Peter and St. Paul. Translated from the German by John Murray [First English Edition].
20443: (GERALD GARDINER). FRED KITCHEN. - Jesse and his Friends. Illustrations by Gerald Gardiner.
4938: FRED KITCHEN. - Songs of Sherwood. Illustrated by Kenneth Beauchamp.
24664: FRED KITCHEN. - Life on the Land. [With Wood-engravings by Frank Ormrod]. [Second Impression].
4939: FRED KITCHEN - Nettleworth Parva.
6906: S.W. KITCHENER - Old Highgate. The Story of a London Village and a Public School.
10232: S.W. KITCHENER - Old Highgate. The Story of a London Village and a Public School.
15691: W. KITCHINER - "The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts for Plain Cookery on the Most Economical Plan for Private Families [Fifth Edition]. IN ATTRACTIVE CONTEMPORARY BINDING"
24673: [JOHN] KITTO. - "Cyclopaedia of Biblical Literature. Originally edited by Dr. Kitto. Entirely New [Third] Edition, edited by W.L. Alexander. ATTRACTIVE SET OF THE BEST EDITION"
169: (NORWICH CITY LIBRARY). F. KITTON - Catalogus Librorum in Bibliotheca Norvicensi. A Catalogue of the Books in the Library of the City of Norwich in the Year MDCCCLXXXIII.
14032: A. KLEIN - Among the Gods. Scenes of India. With Legends by the Way.
14587: W. KLEIN - Close Up. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
22939: (CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI). I. KLEIN - Constantin Brancusi. Nature. Struktur. Skulptur. Architektur. Band 2. Dokumente. FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
19358: VICTOR KLEMPERER. - The Diaries of Victor Klemperer 1933-1959. Abridged and translated from the German Edition by Martin Chalmers. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
3011: (JOHAN GUTENBERG). CH. H. KLEUKENS - Die Kunst Gutenbergs.
22601: M. KLINE - Mathematics in Western Culture. [First UK Edition].
22886: KORNFELD & KLIPSTEIN - [Kornfeld und Klipstein 1985-1964]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
18987: L. KNIGHT - "War Pictures by British Artists. Series II [complete set, comprising 'Women', 'Production', 'Soldiers' and 'Air Raids']. IN FULL MOROCCO"
23461: (RICHARD STEELE). C.A. KNIGHT - A Political Biography of Richard Steele. FINE COPY
20134: E.F. KNIGHT - The Awakening of Turkey. A History of the Turkish Revolution. [Second Impression]. IN FULL MOROCCO
25046: R.P. KNIGHT - "A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus, and its Connection with the Mystic Theology of the Ancients. (A new Edition). To which is added an Essay on the Worship of the Generative Powers during the Middle Ages of Western Europe. 675 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
22113: W.S.M. KNIGHT - The History of the Great European War. Its Causes and Effects. By W. Stanley Macbean Knight assisted by eminent naval and military experts. [Complete set].
9645: F.A. KNIGHT - "The Sea-Board of Mendip. An Account of the History, Archaeology, and Natural History of the Parishes of Weston-super-Mare, Kewstoke, Wick St. Lawrence, Puxton Worle, Uphill, Brean, Bleadon, Hutton Locking, Banwell, and of the Steep and Flat Holms."
27166: S. KNIGHT - Cotswold Lad. With Line Decorations by Harry Toothill. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
14565: (EDMUND H. NEW). W.A. KNIGHT. - "Coleridge and Wordsworth in the West Country. Their Friendship, Work and Surroundings. Illustrated by Edmund H. New."
23717: HEINZ KNOKE. - "I Flew for the Fuhrer. The Story of a German Airman. Translated by John Ewing. [First English Edition. Fourth Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
14356: G. KNOPP. - Hitler's Henchmen. Translated by Angus McGeoch.
20309: GEORGE H. KNOTT (ED.). - Trial of William Palmer. Edited by George H Knott. Revised by Eric R. Watson. [Notable British Trials series].
11263: D.J. KNOWLES - Escape from Catastrophe. 1940 Dunkirk.
15642: A. KNOWLES - Auto-Biography. My Forty Years' Motoring.
19782: A. KNOX - The Climate of the Continent of Africa. IN FULL MOROCCO
18484: A.E AUTMN KNOX - Autumns on the Spey. EDITION LIMITED TO 750 COPIES
15807: V. KNOX (ED.) - "Elegant Epistles: being a Copious Collection of Familiar and Amusing Letters, selected for the Improvement of Young Persons, and for General Entertainment. A New Edition, Corrected and Improved."
16977: R. KNOX. - An Historical Relation of Ceylon. Introduction by S. D. Siparamadu [Second Edition thus].
20948: E.V. KNOX - The Mechanism of Satire. The Leslie Stephen Lecture 10 May 1951.
16799: H.W. KOCH - The Hitler Youth. Origins and Development 1922-1945.
24865: (PAUL KAMMERER). ARTHUR KOESTLER - The Case of the Midwife Toad. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18415: ARTHUR KOESTLER - The Yogi and the Commissar and other Essays.
10427: F. KOHLEIN - Saxifrages and related Genera. Translated from the German by David Winstanley.
7357: M. KONIG - Ferrari. The Legend.
14338: J. KORBEL - Danger in Kashmir. With a Foreword by Fleet Admiral C. . Nimitz.
22477: KOREA. - [Sale Catalogue of] Japanese and Korean Works of Art. 9 June 2004. ale Code: L04752. FINE COPY
10835: V.E. KORZH - Red Star under the Baltic. A Soviet Submariner's Personal Account 1941-1945.
27421: T. NAJITA AND J.V. KOSCHMANN (EDS.) - Conflict in Modern Japanese History. The Neglected Tradition. Edited by Tetsuo Najita and J. Victor Koschmann. IN FULL MOROCCO
13147: ROBERT KOTEWALL - The Penguin Book of Chinese Verse. Translated by Robert Kotewall and Norman L. Smith. Edited with an Introduction by A.R. Davis.
20439: S.C. KOUL - Beautiful Valleys of Kashmir.
11498: H.P. KRAUS - The Four Folios of William Shakespeare. Together with some Quartos. Catalogue No. 138. 'FROM ONE GREAT BOOKSELLER TO ANOTHER'
7105: H.P. KRAUS - Catalogue 184: From Trithemius to Proctor. From Trithemius to Proctor. Bibliography and Reference Books before 1900. Part I of the Private Library of Hans P. Kraus. [Introduction by Roland Folter].
18785: I.A. KRILOF [I.A. KRYLOV]. - "Krilof and his Fables. Third Edition, greatly enlarged. [Translated by W.R.S. Ralston]. TRANSLATOR'S PRESENTATION COPY WITH BINDER'S TICKET"
17115: F.W. KRUMMACHER. - Elijah the Tishbite. From the German of Dr. F.W. Krummacher. Revised [and translated] by the Rev. R W Walker.
23375: T. KUDRYAVTSEVA - Circling the Square. Avant-Garde Porcelain from Revolutionary Russia. FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
4758: V. KUHN - German Paratroops in World War II. [Translated from the German by H.A. and J.A. Barker].
17924: K.O. KUPPERMAN - "Settling with the Indians. The Meeting of English and Indian Cultures in America, 1580-1640."
17704: F. KUROWSKI - U-48. The Most Successful U-Boat of the Second World War. [First English Edition].
17951: S. KUZNETS - "Modern Economic Growth. Rate, Structure, and Spread."
14546: J.G. KYD - The Drove Roads and Bridle Paths around Braemar [Second Edition]. he Drove Roads and Bridle Paths around Braemar [Second Edition].
25849: S. KYDD - For You the War is Over. [Second Edition]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
12712: D. KYNASTON - The City of London. [Complete Set of the Paperback Edition].
12716: D. KYNASTON - The City of London. [Complete Set].
19187: LOUISE LABE. - The Debate between Folly and Cupid. Written by Louise Labe of Lyons about 1550 and now first completely done into English by Edwin Marion Cox. 326 COPIES WERE PRINTED
18338: A.D. LACAILLE - The Stone Age in Scotland. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
6679: (DEVON AND CORNWALL RECORD SOCIETY). EDMUND LACEY. - "Devon and Cornwall Record Society. New Series, Vol. 13 [with vols. 16, 18]. (In conjunction with the Canterbury and York Society). The Register of Edmund Lacy, Bishop of Exeter, 1420-1455. Registrum Commune. Vol. III [with vols. IV and V]."
14800: A. LACK - Redbreast. The Robin in Life and Literature. IGNED BY THE AUTHOR
14799: A. LACK - Redbreast. The Robin in Life and Literature.
11284: J.D. LADD - "Assault from the Sea 1939-1945. The Craft, the Landings, the Men."
11342: L. LADLE - Wareham. A Pictorial History.
22345: J. LAFFIN - British VCs of World War 2. A Study in Heroism. [Foreword by Sir Roden Cutler. Second Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
17202: K. LAGERFELD - Off the Record. FINE COPY
9733: JOHN LAHR. - "Sinatra. The Artist and the Man. [Essay by John Lahr. Photographs by Weegee, William Read Woodfield, Bob Willoughby and Others]."
24166: CHARLES LAMB. - Charles Lamb. Prose and Poetry. With Essays by Hazlitt and De Quincey. With an Introduction by George Gordon and Notes. NEAR FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
27643: C. LAMB AND M. LAMB - Tales from Shakespeare. With Twelve Illustrations in Permanent Photography from the Boydell Gallery. IN LOCKERS PARK BINDING SIGNED BY BICKERS
19924: E. LAMB AND B. LAMB. - The Illustrated Reference on Cacti and other Succulents. NEAR FINE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
12863: (GREGYNOG PRESS) CHARLES LAMB. - Elia and Last Essays of Elia. [Edited by William MacDonal].
17559: CHARLES LAMB AND M. LAMB - The Letters of Charles Lamb to which are added those of his Sister Mary Lamb. Edited by E. . Lucas. COMPLETE SET IN DUSTWRAPPERS
17560: CHARLES LAMB AND M. LAMB - The Letters of Charles Lamb to which are added those of his Sister Mary Lamb. Edited by E. . Lucas. COMPLETE SET
15268: B. LAMBERT - The History and Survey of London and its Environs from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. [Volume 2 (of 4) only].
26620: (OSBERT LANCASTER). S. LAMBERT (ED.). - London Night and Day. A Guide to where the other Books don't take you. [Illustrated by Osbert Lancaster].
16002: A.D. LAMBERT - Admirals: the Naval Commanders who made Britain Great.
15269: B. LAMBERT - The History and Survey of London and its Environs from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. [Volume 4 (of 4) only].
27726: A. LAMBERT - Nelson. Britannia's God of War. FINE COPY IN DUSTWRAPPER
18256: A. LAMBERT - Trincomalee. The Last of Nelson's Frigates.
24361: E.A.G. LAMBORN - "The English Parish Church. Its Architecture and Antiquities. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25394: "(FREIDRICH NIETZSCHE). LAME DUCK BOOKS. BERNARD QUARITCH, LTD. ATHENA RARE BOOKS." - [Sale Catalogue of] An Extraordinary Catalogue of the Works of Friedrich Nietzsche. [Sale Catalogue of] An Extraordinary Catalogue of the Works. FINE COPY
22097: T. LAMMAR - Hommage a Sosthene Weis. 1800 COPIES WERE PRINTED
27693: LOIS LAMPLUGH - "A Shadowed Man. Henry Williamson, 1895-1977. Second [Revised] Edition. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
14987: H. LANDON - The Elusive Picaroon.
25396: WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR. - Imaginary Conversations. A Selection. With an Introduction by Ernest de Selincourt. [Worlds Classics Edition].
15619: WILLIAM SAVAGE LANDOR. - Imaginary Conversations . A Selection. With an Introduction by Ernest de Selincourt. The World's Classics.
18877: C.G. LANE - Creature-Life in Australian Wilds.
1090: C. LANE - British Racing Prints 1700-1940.
21567: (EDWARD SEAGO). J. DOWDESWELL AND H. LANE - The Antarctic Paintings of Edward Seago. [Foreword by the Duke of Edinburgh].
16931: R. SEWILL AND E. LANE - The Free Men of Charlwood. IN DUSTWRAPPER WITH CORRIGENDA BOOKMARK
21469: E.W. LANE - An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians written in Egypt during the Years 1833-1835. IN FULL MOROCCO
20231: J. LANG - The Worshipful Company of Cordwainers 1439-1979. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
7516: J. LANG - Pride without Prejudice. The Story of London's Guilds and Livery Companies with a Foreword by Sir Hugh Wontner.
12331: (HUGH THOMSON). A. LANG AND J. LANG - Highways and Byways in The Border. With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson.
20295: J.F. LANG - Old Cockington. [All Published].
19061: J.W. GREGORY AND W.D. LANG (EDS.) - "Catalogue of the Fossil Bryozoa in the Department of Geology, British Museum (Natural History). The Cretaceous Bryozoa (Polyzoa). COMPLETE SET OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION"
19472: G. LANGBAINE. - An Account of the English Dramatick Poets (1691). Introduction by John Loftis. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS
19423: G. LANGBAINE. - "Momus Triumphans: or, The Plagiaries of the English Stage (1688 [1687]). Introduction by David Stuart Rodes. [Facsimile reissue]. NEAR FINE COPY IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS"
21429: C. LANGDON - Earls Court. With a Foreword by the Marquess of Milford Haven.
27184: LANGLAND - "Piers Plowman. Selections from the B-Text as found in Bodleian MS. Laud. Misc. 581. Edited with an Introduction, Notes and New Prose Translation [by S. Brook]."
25557: WILLIAM LANGLAND. - The Vision of Piers the Plowman. Introduced by Bernard O'Donoghue. Illustrated by Harry Brockway. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
21933: V. LANGLET - Reign of Terror. The Budapest Memoir of Valdemar Langlet 1944-1945.
9930: M. LANGLEY - Famous Regiments. The East Surrey Regiment. (The 31st and 70th Regiments of Foot). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
7701: M. LANGLEY - Famous Regiments. The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire). (The 47th and 81st Regiments of Foot).
20905: J.M. LANGLEY. - "Fight Another Day. Lt. Colonel J.M. Langley, MBE. MC. With an Introduction by Airey Neave."
9939: M. LANGLEY - Famous Regiments. The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire). (The 47th and 81st Regiments of Foot). [Introductions by Lt.-General Sir Brian Horrocks]. SIGNED BY AUTHOR AND SERIES EDITOR
9671: M.R.D. FOOT AND J.M. LANGLEY. - M I 9. The British Secret Service that fostered Escape and Evasion 1939-1945 and its American Counterpart. Foreword by Field-Marshal Sir Gerald Templer. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
13437: C.L.D. DUCKWORTH AND G.E. LANGMUIR. - Railway and other Steamers. [Second Edition].
13065: C. LANGTON - Jock and his Friend.
24636: PHILIIP SIDNEY AND H. LANGUET - The Correspondence of Sir Philip Sidney and Hubert Languet. Now first collected and translated from the Latin with Notes and a Memoir. PRESENTATION COPY IN SIGNED HATCHARD BINDING
26185: CLAUDE LANZMANN. . - The Patagonian Hare. A Memoir. Translated from the French by Frank Wynne. [First English Edition]. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23707: C. BAILE DE LAPERRIERE (ED.) - The Royal Scottish Academy Exhibitors 1826-1990. COMPLETE SET
26215: W. LAQUEUR - The Terrible Secret. An Investigation into the Suppression of Information about Hitler's 'Final Solution'. [Second Impression]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
15045: H. LARKEN - Visitor's Guide to Croyland Abbey and Croyland Bridge. Fourth Impression.
27125: (GEORGE ORWELL). E. LARKIN - Finding George Orwell in Burma. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20936: (FRANK WOOTTON). DAVID LARKIN (ED.). - The Aviation Art of Frank Wootton. Edited by David Larkin. Introduction by John Blake. [First US Edition].
16809: D. LARN - Devon Shipwrecks.
27722: H.A. LARRABEE - Decision at the Chesapeake.
5106: O. LARSEN - Nightmare of the Innocents.
16549: (PERE LABAT). E. YOUNG AND K. HELWEG-LARSEN - The Pirates' Priest. The Life of Pere Labat in the West Indies 1693-1705.
17882: STIEG LARSSON. - The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo [with] The Girl who played with Fire [with] The Girl who kicked the Hornet's Nest. [All] Translated from the Swedish by Reg Keeland. THE MILLENNIUM TRILOGY IN ENGLISH COMPLETE IN DUSTWRAPPERS
19372: C. LASALLE. - Le General Comte Charles Lasalle 1775-1809. Illustrations en couleurs et Dessins de Jack Girbal. [Second Edition].
22625: C. LASALLE. - Le General Comte Charles Lasalle 1775-1809. Illustrations en couleurs et Dessins de Jack Girbal. [Second Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
15854: (JANE AUSTEN). MARY LASCELLES - Jane Austen and her Art.
17116: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). WILLIAM LASHLY. - Under Scott's Command. Lashly's Antarctic Diaries. With an Introduction by Sir Vivian Fuchs. [Third Impression].
14092: (SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC). WILLIAM LASHLY. - Under Scott's Command. Lashly's Antarctic Diaries. With an Introduction by Sir Vivian Fuchs. [First US Edition].
13759: J. HAMMOND AND C. LATIMER (EDS.) - We Lived There. Memories of Caldmore and Palfrey 1910-1935.
16492: R.A. LAUDER - Vanished Houses of North Devon [Stevenstone. Annery. Dunsland. Yeo Vale. Winscott House. Eggesford].
18010: R. LAUDER - Vanished Landmarks of North Devon.
24275: J.K. LAUGHTON (ED.) - State Papers relating to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada Anno 1558. Edited by John Knox Laughton. Second Edition.
25135: L.G.C. LAUGHTON - The British Navy in War. NEAR FINE COPY
14436: J.K. LAUGHTON - Letters and Papers of Professor John Knox Laughton 1830-1915. NEAR FINE COPY
27059: "A. LAURENCE, W.R. OWENS AND S. SIM (EDS.)" - John Bunyan and his England 1628-88. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
3079: (HENRY JAMES). L. EDEL AND D.H. LAURENCE - A Bibliography of Henry James.
4308: K. LAUTENSCHLAGER - Warship Profile 39: USS Mississippi (BB23). USS Mississippi (BB23). Greek Kilkis.
14995: HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC. - Toulouse-Lautrec. The Complete Graphic Works. A Catalogue Raisonne. The Gerstenberg Collection.
3509: PIERRE LAVAL - The Unpublished Diary of Pierre Laval. With an Introduction by Josee Laval.
27360: LAVENHAM - "The Church of SS. Peter and Paul, Lavenham. 3rd Edition. NEAR FINE COPY"
27028: J. LAVER - Hatchards of Piccadilly 1797-1947. One Hundred and Fifty Years of Bookselling. [Sole Edition].
383: JAMES LAVER - British Military Uniforms.
14199: B. LAVERY - Anatomy of the Ship. The Colonial Merchantman Susan Constant 1605.
9416: B. LAVERY - Anatomy of the Ship. The 74-Gun Ship Bellona.
19633: (HARRY ROUNTREE). P. LAWLESS (ED.). - "The Golfer's Companion. By Bernard Darwin, Henry Cotton, Robert H-K Browning, A H Padgham, Hylton Cleaver, Eleanor Helme, O B Keeler, R C Robertson-Glasgow and Peter Lawless. Illustrated by Harry Rountree."
1535: D.H. LAWRENCE - Assorted Articles.
20705: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). T.E. LAWRENCE - Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph. [First US Edition]. IN FULL MOROCCO
27256: T.E. LAWRENCE - T.E. Lawrence to his Biographers Robert Graves and Liddell Hart. [First Combined Edition]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24132: D.H. LAWRENCE. - Sons and Lovers. Introduced by Colm Toibin. Illustrated by Anne-Marie Jones. FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE
22119: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). T.E. LAWRENCE. - The Letters of T.E. Lawrence. Selected and edited by Malcolm Brown.
27257: T.E. LAWRENCE - The Home Letters of T.E. Lawrence and his Brothers. [With Allocution by Winston Churchill]. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
20180: D.H. LAWRENCE. - The Letters of D.H. Lawrence. Edited and with an Introduction by Aldous Huxley.
24334: W.J. LAWRENCE. - No. 5 Bomber Group RAF (1939-1945). 5 Bomber Group RAF (1939-1945). With a Preface by Air Chief Marshal Sir Ralph Cochrane.
27711: D.H. LAWRENCE - Mr. Noon. Edited by Lindeth Vasey. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26464: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). T.E. LAWRENCE - "Revolt in the Desert. [Third Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN, CRISP COPY"
24741: D.H. LAWRENCE - The White Peacock. FIRST APPEARANCE IN PENGUIN
1534: D.H. LAWRENCE - St. Mawr. Together with The Princess.
23715: D.H. LAWRENCE. - Study of Thomas Hardy. Edited by Bruce Steele. Introduction by Melvyn Bragg. [Cambridge Edition of the Works of D.H. Lawrence]. NEAR FINE COPY IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
17134: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). T.E. LAWRENCE - The Home Letters of T.E. Lawrence and his Brothers. [With Allocution by Winston Churchill].
23579: D.H. LAWRENCE. - The Complete Poems of D.H. Lawrence. Collected and edited with an Introduction and Notes by Vivian de Sola Pinto and Warren Roberts. COMPLETE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
1537: D.H. LAWRENCE - The Ship of Death and other Poems.
23860: D.H. LAWRENCE - "The Ladybird. The Fox. The Captain's Doll. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
23911: (D.H. LAWRENCE). FRIEDA LAWRENCE - "'Not I, But the Wind...'. By Frieda Lawrence. Geb. Freiin von Ricthofen. 1000 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
21045: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). T.E. LAWRENCE - The Mint. A Day-Book of the RAF Depot between August and December 1922 with later Notes. By 352087 A/c Ross. IN FULL MOROCCO
19044: (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA). T.E. LAWRENCE. - The Letters of T.E. Lawrence. Edited by David Garnett. FIRST EDITION IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
16710: W.H. LAWRIE - The Book of the Rough Stream Nymph.
16982: W.H. LAWRIE - English and Welsh Trout Flies. Essays and Analyses.
14003: J. PALMER AND N.S. LAWSON. - The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. The Inside Story of the Royal Air Force Memorial Flight. [Foreword by Rick Groombridge].
21703: W. LAWSON - Blue Gum Clippers and Whale Ships of Tasmania. THE ORIGINAL EDITION
22268: E. LAXTON - The Famine Ships. The Irish Exodus to American 1846-1851. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
19577: E.L. LAYARD. - The Birds of South Africa. New Edition [Second and Best Edition]. Thoroughly revised and augmented by R. Bowdler Sharpe. SECOND AND BEST EDITION
21727: BERNARD LEACH - "Beyond East and West. Memoirs, Portraits and Essays. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
24753: BERNARD LEACH. - A Potter's Book. With Introductions by Soyetsu Yanagi and Michael Cardew. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
21962: M. LEACH (ED.) - "Funk & Wagnall's Standard Dictionary of Folklore, Mythology and Legend. COMPLETE SET"
195: (GEORGE BERNARD SHAW). NATIONAL BOOK LEAGUE - Bernard Shaw. Catalogue of an Exhibition at Albermarle St London to celebrate his ninetieth Birthday: July 26 to August 24 1946.
154: (ALICE MEYNELL). NATIONAL BOOK LEAGUE - "Alice Meynell,1847-1922. Catalogue of the Centenary Exhibition of Books, Manuscripts, Letters and Portraits. October 10 to November 7, 1947. [With a Foreword by Francis Meynell]."
16748: NATIONAL BOOK LEAGUE - "Victorian Fiction. An Exhibition of Original Editions at 7 Albemarle Street, London. January to February 1947. Arranged by John Carter with the Collaboration of Michael Sadleir. [Foreword by Michael Sadleir. Introduction by John Carter]."
163: NATIONAL BOOK LEAGUE - The Italian Book 1465-1900. Catalogue of an Exhibition. Organizer: J. Irving Davis.
25207: NATIONAL BOOK LEAGUE - The Italian Book 1465-1900. Catalogue of an Exhibition held at the National Book League and the Italian Institute January to March 1953. Organizer J. Irving Davis.
23961: (ADMIRAL SIR JOHN LEAKE). STEPHEN MARTIN-LEAKE. - The Life of Sir John Leake. he Life of Sir John Leake by Stephen Martin-Leake.
13911: B. LEAMING - Marilyn Monroe.
15380: E.T. LEAN - The Napoleonists. A Study in Political Disaffection 1760-1960.
17906: EDWARD LEAR - The Book of Nonsense. Thirtieth Edition. With all the original Pictures and Verses.
12167: R.A.B. LEAROYD - A.L.s from Roderick Learoyd VC.
26974: PAUL LEAUTAUD. - Journal of a Man of Letters 1898-1907. Translated by Geoffrey Sainsbury. With a Preface by Alan Pryce-Jones. IN DUSTWRAPPER
14158: F.R. LEAVIS - New Bearings in English Poetry. A Study of the Contemporary Situation. IN FULL MOROCCO
14157: F.R. LEAVIS - The Common Pursuit. IN FULL MOROCCO
14156: F.R. LEAVIS - Education & the University. A Sketch for an 'English School'. IN FULL MOROCCO
25191: F.R. LEAVIS - D H Lawrence. Novelist.
14143: F.R. LEAVIS - How to Teach Reading. A Primer for Ezra Pound.
14136: F.R. LEAVIS - Towards Standards of Criticism. Selections from 'The Calendar of Modern Letters' 1925-7. Chosen and with an Introduction by F.R. Leavis. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
27692: (D.H. LAWRENCE). F.R. LEAVIS - "Thought, Words and Creativity. Art and Thought in Lawrence. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER"
15872: F.R. LEAVIS - The Living Principle. 'English' as a Discipline of Thought.
21546: F.R. LEAVIS - A Selection from Scrutiny. Compiled by F. . Leavis.
16678: F.R. LEAVIS - Revaluation. Tradition & Development in English Poetry. IN THE DUSTWRAPPER
16677: F.R. LEAVIS - Determinations. Critical Essays. With an Introduction by F.R. Leavis.
15460: LORD LECONFIELD [H.A. WYNDHAM] - Petworth Manor in the Seventeenth Century.
23725: PATRICIA LEDWARD - A Root of Grace. [A Historical Novel of the Seventeenth Century]. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
23292: J. LEDWOCH - Henschel Hs 129. NEAR FINE COPY
16590: A.S.G. LEE - "Special Duties. Reminiscences of a Royal Air Force Staff Officer in the Balkans, Turkey and the Middle East."
21121: WILLIAM HOWITT AND M. HOWITT LEE (A). - Laurels & Rosemary. The Life of William and Mary Howitt. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
8635: C.E. LEE - The Horse Bus as a Vehicle.
25681: G.E. LEE - British Silver Monteith Bowls including American and European Examples. With assistance from Ronald A Lee.
16842: C.E. LEE - The Metropolitan Line.
2292: LAURIE LEE. - I Can't Stay Long. Decorations by Susan Campbell. Frontispiece by William Thompson. IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
24196: A.G. LEE - "No Parachute. A Fighter Pilot in World War I. Letters written in 1917 by Lieutenant A S G Lee, Sherwood Foresters, attached Royal Flying Corps."
20726: C. LEE - Feasting the Dead. Food and Drink in Anglo-Saxon Burial Rituals.
1091: G.E. LEE - British Silver Monteith Bowls. Including American and European Examples. With assistance from Ronald A Lee.
27732: L. LEE - Cider with Rosie. With Drawings by John Ward. [Fourth Impression]. SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY
4010: H.C. CLAUSEN AND B. LEE - Pearl Harbor: Final Judgement.
24009: LAURIE LEE. - Cider with Rosie. With Drawings by John Ward. FIRST ISSUE IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
6915: (DANIEL DEFOE). W. LEE - Daniel Defoe. His Life and Recently Discovered Writings extending from 1716 to 1729. [Complete Set].
16221: (PUNCH MAGAZINE). JOHN LEECH (ILLUS.) - John Leech's Pictures of Life and Character from the Collection of Mr. Punch [1842-1864]. Punch [1842-1864]. Volume 3 [this volume only].
14786: E.T. LEEDS - The Archaeology of the Anglo-Saxon Settlements. [Facsimile reissue].
19982: J.W. DAVIS AND F.A. LEES. - "West Yorkshire: an Account of its Geology, Physical Geography, Climatology and Botany. Part I. Geology by James W. Davis. Part II; Physical Geography and Botanical Topography by James W Davis and F. Arnold Lees. IN FULL MOROCCO"
12546: E. LEFEVRE - Panzers in Normandy then and now.
10185: R. LEGG - Dorset at War. Diary of World War 2. [Revised and Updated Second Edition].
15766: K.L. WOOD-LEGH (ED.) - "Kentish Visitations of Archbishop William Warham and his Deputies, 1511-1512."
22410: JACQUES LEGRAND (ED.) - Chronicle of the Second World War. Co-ordinated by Jacques Legrand. FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
26458: C. DAY-LEWIS AND J. LEHMANN (EDS.) - The Chatto Book of Modern Poetry 1915-1955. Edited C. Day Lewis and John Lehmann. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
18082: R. LEHMANN - The Gipsy's Baby and other Stories. IN FULL MOROCCO
14268: J.E. AUSTEN-LEIGH. - A Memoir of Jane Austen by her Nephew. Introduction by Fay Weldon.
514: A.A. LEIGH - King's College.
8980: (BOOKBINDING). D. LEIGHTON. - Modern Bookbinding. A Survey and a Prospect. (The Fifth Dent Memorial Lecture). With a Foreword by Hugh R. Dent.
14708: CLARE LEIGHTON - The Farmer's Year. A Calendar of English Husbandry [Facsimile reissue].
21837: A. LEJARD. - The Art of the French Book from Early Manuscripts to the Present Time. Introduction by Philip James.
19593: R. LEJEUNE - The Legend of Roland in the Middle Ages. COMPLETE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS
25682: G.E. LELAND - Elementary Metal Work. A Practical Manual for Amateurs and for Use in Schools.
18444: (KING GEORGE V). H.G. LEMMON - Public Rights in the Seashore. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO KING GEORGE V
24886: F.B. LENNON - The Life of Lewis Carroll. FIRST UK EDITION IN DUSTWRAPPER
25514: JOHN LENNON - "A Spaniard in the Works. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"
25513: JOHN LENNON - In His Own Right. [Fifth Impression]. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK
12710: G. LENOTRE - "Le Drame de Varennes. Juin 1791. D'Apres des Documents inedits et les Relations des Temoins oculaires. Portraits, Plans, Dessins inedits de Gerardin. Gravures sur Bois de Deloche."
24530: H.T. LENTON - Navies of the Second World War. German Surface Vessels 1. NEAR FINE COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
4075: H.T. LENTON - Navies of the Second World War. German Surface Vessels. [Complete Set].
4399: H.T. LENTON - Navies of the Second World War: German Submarines I. [Second Edition].
4859: H.T. LENTON - American Gunboats and Minesweepers. [WW2 FactFiles].
20022: H.T. LENTON - Navies of the Second World War. German Submarines I.
4197: A. RAVEN AND H.T. LENTON - Ensign 2. Dido Class Cruisers. [Artwork by J.A. Roberts].
4397: H.T. LENTON - "Navies of the Second World War: American Battleships, Carriers and Cruisers."
8040: H.T. LENTON - WW2 Fact Files: American Gunboats and Minesweepers.
8648: H.T. LENTON - German Warships of the Second World War.
9346: H.T. LENTON - British Escort Ships (WW2 Fact Files).
5822: H.T. LENTON - Navies of the Second World War. German Surface Warships 1.
27359: LEOMINSTER - "The Priory Church, Leominster. A Brief Survey, Historical and Architectural. NEAR FINE COPY"
22842: J. ASMUSSEN AND E. LEON - German Naval Camouflage Volume I: 1939-1941.
17886: V. LEONOV - "Blood on the Shores. Soviet Naval Commandos in World War II. Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by James F. Gebhardt."

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