The overture, preludes, and incidental music were composed by Arthur Sullivan. The overture, preludes, and incidental music was composed by Arthur Sullivan. Small 4to; decorative cover; printed in sepia; minor wear to backstrip removed from a bound volume. London: Heinemann, Giuseppi Vanni. Berlin: Erich Reiss, First Edition Thus. Small 4to; original boards; slight toning to text; very good. The reverse carries advertisements for a department store. A Tragedy. London: for T.
Evans and T. Davies, Disbound; dusting to title-page and terminal leaf. With Grotesques by Aubrey Beardsley. With the stamp of the Hatfield House Library. Impression light to a few letters; minor toning to left half. Paris: Roret, Small 12mo; marbled boards and calf spine, rubbed; numerous engraved figures to four folding plates at the end; minor fraying to fore-edges of plates. With several tables to the text and many miniature illustrations to the folding plates.
Upper corners trimmed. A tent and an archery target are in the background. He holds a musket over his shoulder and grasps an axe in his left hand. Hodgson, A hint of foxing; one upper corner creased; early inscription to verso. Colored by hand, bright; light dusting to side margins; four very short, closed tears to left margin; library duplicate stamp to verso. Forteresse et ses Coulisses.
Colored; very good. Chromolithographed; very good. Because of their ephemeral nature, they have become scarce, particularly in very good condition. One vertical crease; else very good. From the center peers the face of a clown. Because of their fragile nature they have become scarce. Engraved armorial bookplate on front pastedowns. Original red cloth pictorially blocked in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. Spine faded, some soiling or dustmarking to the binding, lacking some of the unlettered tissue guards to the plates.
Later gift inscription on half-title, inner hinges weak. Internally plates and text good. Contemporary half green calf, marbled boards. Spines gilt in compartments with crimson lettering piece and circular crimson numbering piece. Some wear to headband of Volume 1, marbled boards rubbed, some scuffing to corners. Scattered foxing within and a very faint damp mark at the head of prelim.
Bound without half-titles. Looks good on the shelf. Alison Tandy's copy inscribed not by Eliot on front free endpaper "Alison Tandy in grateful remembrance of 4th - 11 March Lyme Regis 10th March ". Alison Tandy's copy with her signature, place and date "Salisbury 6th March " on front free endpaper.
London: Methuen, Binding rubbed, 2-inch split to cloth on outer upper joint, some foxing to prelims. Newspaper review pasted to rear endpaper. Geoffrey Tandy's copy with his signature on front free endpaper. London: Sir Isaac Pitman, n. Narrow 8vo, pp. Backstrip chipped, upper wrapper detached and worn on lower margin. Engraved portrait of Mrs. Barry in the Character of Sir Harry Wildair.
Shaved by the binder rather close on fore-margin with the loss of just a few letters on one leaf. Paris: Ernest Bourdin, n. Engraved portrait, title vignette, plates on India Paper, illustrations in the text. Contemporary half green calf, the spine blocked in blind and gilt with burgundy lettering piece; rubbed, corners scuffed, marking to upper cover. Old signature on upper margin of title. Overall solidly and attractively bound. Amsterdam: Chez les Wetsteins, Additional engraved titles, printed titles in red and black. Internally very sound. With the engraved armorial bookplate of Sir Robert Eden Bart Paris: typographie de Firmin Didot, circa Each tale with a tinted lithographic plate.
Original gilt decorated boards. Rubbed, two text blocks detached from binding, slightly later 's inscriptions on front endpapers; chip to one backstrip. London: A. Millar, Volume 2 only of 3. With the engraved armorial bookplate of Sir Robert Eden Bart. Original blue cloth gilt; excellent in good price clipped dust jacket.
Dodsley, Title in red and black. Contemporary full speckled tan calf, gilt rules to sides, spine gilt ruled with raised bands. Joints rubbed and with a few short cracks but very firm. Slight chipping at headband. Some browning to title margins. A pleasing copy. With the engraved armorial bookplate of Sir Robert Eden Bart - and his signature and date, , on upper margin of title. Binding a trifle spotted but generally very good. London: Cassell, An excellent copy. London: Hamish Hamilton, Original blue cloth; excellent in good dust jacket which has some tanning and edge curling and with a short cut.
Original patterned cloth; some fading to the binding, slight cant to spine otherwise good in very good dust jacket which is now protected by a removable plastic sleeve. London: Gollancz, Smudge on front free endpaper else excellent in a very good dust jacket. London: F. White, Three volumes. A poor ex-library copy.
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Chiswick Library labels on upper covers, shelf numbers on front pastedowns. Bindings rubbed and marked, snagged, stained, faded; internally very sound. Bindings poor but a rare three-decker novel. Coventry: Printed and Sold by M [ary] Luckman c. Engraved frontispiece. Contemporary full tan sheep, rubbed and scuffed with chipping at the base of the spine; sound however. Internally good. Contemporary signature dated on free endpaper.
Paris: Librairie Nouvelle, Portrait, plates by Dore. Frontispiece, extra engraved title. Contemporary full tan marbled calf, spine gilt ruled with crimson lettering piece. Headband rubbed, cracks to upper joint but very firm, some staining to endpapers else good. Engraved frontispiece and title. Contemporary full mottled calf, spine gilt and gilt lettered direct.
Some light soiling to title, some spotting to the binding but very attractive on the shelf. London: John Sharpe, Engraved pictorial title. Contemporary full calf, wide borders in blind to sides with gilt rules, gilt crimson lettering piece. Boards rubbed but sound. No publisher or date. Seemingly a collection of offprints, variously paginated, bound together with specially printed title leaf. London: Bell, Eight coloured plates. First edition thus. Gilt to spine dulled, some foxing to prelims. London: Edward Moxon, Some rubbing to joints and corners, uneven fading to lower board.
Overall strongly and well bound. The send work pub. Two works by Grattan in one volume. Spine gilt ruled at raised bands and gilt lettered direct. London: Longmans, First edition.
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Contemporary name on front free endpaper. Backstrip foxed else good. Extremities rubbed. Contemporary bookplate on front pastedown. Advertisement leaves browned else good. The Author's first book. London: Richard Bentley, Two volumes, 8vo, pp. Backstrip pulled at base of Volume 1, several short splits to hinges, corners bumped, contemporary initials and date on endpaper; generally good. London: Black, Plates and illustrations, folding map. Inner hinges strained but firm, two ink stamped names on endpapers. London: John Camden Hotten, First collected edition. Binding a little dusty.
Original blue fine pebble grain cloth blocked in black and gilt; a few corners bumped and rubbed, overall a very good set. First series: Volumes : London: for R. First edition of the first and second series. Six volumes. Volume Two misnumbered Three and vice versa by the binder on the spines. Some quite heavy foxing or browning to the prelims. Each volume with the engraved armorial bookplate of Sir John Eden Bart Londres: The second work Contemporary full tan calf, wide decorative gilt border to sides, all edges gilt.
The bindings very rubbed and dry, all backstrips defective, corners rubbed through. An ideal cadidate for rebinding as internally very good and bound with the half titles; priced to allow for such. Oxford: Blackwell, February 8vo, pp. With prospectus loosely inserted: "Intended to supply an outlet for the literary work of the Women's Societies, although occasional contributions by men will be accepted". Garrick in the Character of Ranger.
London: Henry Colburn Facsimile of the original edition A very good copy in the original plain d.
London: George Cowie, Library" in gilt. Headband a little rubbed. London: George Bell, Frontispiece, elaborately decorated title in red and black, plates. Finely bound contemporary full brown crushed morocco, spine with raised bands and gilt lettered direct, all eges gilt. In excellent condition. London: Macmillan, Published A very attractive set in excellent condition. Bound with the half titles. Some foxing to prelims. A few corners rubbed through. London: John W. Parker, Contemporary half brown morocco, marbled sides, spine gilt in compartments.
Generally very good. Faint contemporary signature on upper margin of Volume 1 title. Tours: Mame, Original cream boards with applied coloured illustration as issued. Boards a little marked, headband frayed, pencil scribble on front free endpaper, warp to upper board, else good.
London: Crosby Lockwood, Portrait frontispiece and 20 plates. Contemporary full crimson calf, narrow ornamental gilt border to sides, spine gilt in compartments and on raised bands, with green lettering piece. Corners of boards just rubbed through else excellent and attractive.
Date, May , in ink on verso of front free endpaper. London: Bickers, Woodburytype frontispiece. Handsomely bound full tan prize morocco spine gilt with lettering piece, upper cover ruled in gilt and enclosing gilt armorial of dragon with shield, all edges marbled. The binding by Bickers. Prize label on front pastedown. Upper inner joint cracked but firm otherwise a handsome binding in excellent condition.
Foxing to prelims. Corner crease to frontispiece and first few leaves.
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London: Routledge, Frontispiece and three plates. Workingmen's Library, Birmingham on upper left of frontispiece and two other leaves with some surface loss where stamped - otherwise a clean copy simply but attractively bound. London: Andre Deutsch, First of this edition. Coloured plates, illustrations.
Original cloth; very good in like dust jacket. Signed by the author on title. A gift insription on front free endpaper. London: Viking, London: George Routledge, n.
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Two volumes, 8vo, contemporary three-quarter hard grain blue calf, spines gilt in compartments and on bands, top edges gilt, with bound-in silk markers; some foxing, spine of Volume 2 a trifle faded. An attractive binding in very good condition. London: Saint Catherine Press, n. London: Andrew Dakers, London: for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, Engraved portrait by Vertue after Kneller. Contemporary manuscript index on rear endpaper and signature on upper fore-margin of title. A little light foxing but internally very good. First published, without a portrait, in London: Geoffrey Bles, Coloured frontispiece, plates, some coloured, and illustrations by John Austen.
Some light occasional foxing to the text. Top edge of text block dusty, others uncut. The binding in excellent, clean and bright condition. In the original slightly dusty and edge chipped dustwrapper. Melbourne: Lansdowne Press, Original orange cloth. Excellent in a very good dust jacket which has some wear to the headband. Kobenhavn: Gyldendalske Boghandel, Fifty engraved plates, vignettes on tinted backgrounds, and other illustrations. Contemporary half crimson grained cloth, marbled boards. Some warping to upper board else good. Facsimile of the original Wynkyn de Worde edition.
Tall 8vo, unpaginated, original quarter vellum with vellum lettering piece to upper cover, as issued. With the label of the Cambridge University Press on front pastedown and their inkstamp on front free-endpaper. Tall 8vo, unpaginated, original quarter vellum with vellum lettering piece on upper cover, as issued; generally very good. One leaf detached otherwise a very good copy. Armorial bookplates. A fine binding in excellent condition. Spine a little faded but generally an attractive binding in excellent condition.
London: Longman, Spine gilt ruled and lettered direct, marbled boards. London: Statesman Publishing Co. July, Various years. Some dust jackets with edge wear, a few with tears, some top edges spotted or dusty but overall good. Very heavy, extra overseas postage will be requested. London: Hutchinson, With lengthy inscription from the author: "sending this poor little book" on half-title. London: Studio Editions, Some very light creasing to dustwrapper but generally excellent in like slipcase. London : printed by J. Hindmarsh and R.
Engraved portrait frontispiece "Mahmut the Turkish Spy". Contemporary full calf. Frontispiece with some edge wear and browning, title dusty. Frontispiece with old inked notes to recto and glued in with paper on inner margin on recto. London: Willam Heinemann, Number 13 of a limited edition of copies signed by the author. Original parchment backed green boards, top edge gilt, others uncut.
Some light spoting to the parchment, endpapers browned, otherwise good. Paris: Royal 8vo, pp. First edition in English. London: 5 Queen Square, 1 January Contemporary full purple calf, arms of Mill Hill School blocked in gilt to both covers, spine sunned, prelims. London: Gibbings, Decorative titles, plates. Gilt to bindings bright, headbands a little bumped; overall very good. Gilt to bindings a little dulled but generally very good. Strahan and T. Cadell jun.
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Davies, Later in , he directed the movie Antony and Cleopatra where he played Mark Antony again. His most frequent stage roles included the title role in Macbeth. He regarded A Man for All Seasons as the best play of the 20th century and called it the most rewarding experience - apart from Shakespeare - that he'd ever had on the stage Charlton Heston, Actor's Life, p. Speed, John. Their originals, manners, habits, warres, coines, and seales: with the successions, lives, acts, and issues of the English monarchs from Iulius Caesar, unto the raigne of King Iames, of famous memorie.
London: Pr. Printed with all the archaic and "curious" spellings one could hope for in such a work e. The illustrations are as notable as the typography for quaint charm. Speed — , a cartographer and historian, published the Historie as a continuation of his Theatre of Great Britaine, both works being listed in the table of contents of this work, which explains the volume's peculiar pagination and arrangement.
Period-style calf framed, panelled, stamped in gilt; spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels; Starr Bookworks. Frontispiece lacking; title-page partially mounted; dedication and first few leaves of contents with inner margins reinforced. One index leaf with lower outer portion excised, with loss of about 15 lines of text; final index leaf with lower outer corner torn away and repaired, text partially reconstructed in an early inked hand.
One coat of arms drawn in by hand where the shield had been left blank. Definitely an imperfect copy; yet, in fact, definitely not a devastated one. Christian policie: Or, the Christian common-wealth. A Christian perspective on the powers and responsibilities of monarchs, the work was inspired by the Franciscan author's opposition to the government of the Duke of Lerma. The title-page here is a cancel, changing the publisher from Edward Blount to Richard Collins. The work was additionally issued in the same year with yet another title-page, under the title, Policy Unveiled: Wherein may be Learned the Order of True Policie in Kingdomes and Commonwealths, the Matters of Justice, and Government.
Period-style calf framed and panelled in gilt fillets with gilt-stamped corner fleurons; spine gilt extra with gilt-stamped leather title and author labels. Lacks initial blank leaf, as is the case with virtually all copies. Two leaves with tattered outer edges, one leaf with small hole affecting a few letters; pages with some moderate offsetting, a few browned. Condition: 6 Title pasted on paper, probably missing portret in beginning of the book.. Derniere edition. A Paris. Chez Robert Fuge, au mont St. Hylaire a l'image St. Sebastien proche le Puitz Certain.
Parijs: Robert Fuge, Condition: 7,5 Band gevlekt. Naauwkeurige beschryvinge van Malabar en Choromandel.
Beschryving van het machtige eyland Ceylon. Nauwkeurige en waarachtige ontdekking en wederlegginge van de afgoderye der Oost-Indische heydenen. With engraved frontispiece, 2 engraved portraits, 35 engraved double-page maps, plans and views, and 55 engraved illustrations in the text. Recased in contemporary blind-tooled vellum, new endpapers.
First edition, in the original Dutch, of an extensive and valuable description of southern India by Philippus Baldaeus, Latin for Filippus Baelde The text is divided into three parts, the first covering "Malabar" and "Choromandel" the west and east coasts of India , the second Ceylon; the final part is devoted to Indian gods and religious practices.
Born in Delft, Baldaeus went to the East Indies as a missionary in In Ceylon he took part in the expedition along the Malabar coast , led by Rijklof van Goens. He was a man of learning and enjoyed research, studying the language and the religions of India and Ceylon, and the section on the Gods includes many ancient Indian fables, preceeding the studies by Jones, Wilkins, Winter, etc. The book is richly illustrated with large double-page views of Goa, Suratte, Cochin, Cananor, Columbo, Jafnapatnam, etc.
The title-page with an interesting inscription: "Purchased of Mr Asher 28th August ". Very good copy; title-page with an ink stain, probably obliterating a former owner's stamp. A few plates with repaired tears, some browning. Recased, as noted. GRAVE a. Authorized i. The genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures, according to euery familie and tribe. Kingston, ? The whole booke of Psalmes. Collected into English meeter Badger for the Co. Attractive folio King James Bible, set in roman in double columns ruled in red throughout, with woodcut headpieces and decorative capitals.
Darlow and Moule suggest that this edition was actually printed in early , as a number of copies are recorded as having their title-page dates altered by hand to read , as is the case here. The Apocrypha are present, with the blank space on the last page of Malachi filled with an early inked "account of the several books in the Apocrypha. The O. The New Testament has a separate title-page, dated , with an ornate wood-engraved border featuring Justice and Truth along with the British lion and unicorn and various architectural motifs.
The volume opens with two fly-leaves bearing genealogical records in several different early inked hands, with dates ranging from through A copy of Speed's Genealogies precedes the Old Testament, while the "Description of Canaan" with map that should close the Genealogies has been bound in after the O. Recent mottled calf, covers fillet-framed and panelled in blind with decorative inner blind roll and blind-tooled corner fleurons; spine with gilt-stamped title and gilt-ruled raised bands.
Front cover with two slender scrapes; title-page with date altered in ink to , as above. Bible, seven preliminary leaves lacking calendar, dedication, preface, and list of books all present ; Psalms, four final index leaves only lacking; foliation slightly erratic. Varying degrees of age-toning, occasional light waterstaining, some margins with faint smudging; in fact and in sum a nice volume to hold and work with. Cloppenburgh, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, uncolored as published. In excellent condition. In gratiam et adiutorium eorum, qui praedicandi Evangelii causa ad Japoniae Regnum se voluerint conferre..
Rome: Propaganda Fide, A few spots, endpapers loose but a fine unsophisticated copy in its original binding.. Small quarto, woodcut device on title; contemporary limp vellum; folding morocco case. It was one of the early productions of the newly-established press of the Propaganda Fide, the arm of the Vatican responsible for overseas missions. The polyglot press became prolific over subsequent decades, producing catechisms, biblical and teaching materials as well as linguistic guides in a series of exotic languages. By it had already produced Syrian, Ethiopian and Arabic grammars.
A Spanish Dominican from Mezzades, Collado arrived in Japan in where he operated as a missionary for three years, subsequently making his way to Rome to secure support for the Japanese Christians. During his long stay in Rome, from to , he prepared three works for the Japanese mission: the present Ars grammaticae japonicae linguae, a description of the language designed to fit Japanese into a Latin grammatical framework, the Dictionarium sive thesauri linguae japonicae, and a confessional guide.
Collado returned to the East, to the Philippines, in with twenty-four missionaries. There is a study of the work with a modern English translation by Richard L. La Charge du Mareschal des Logis. La Haye: Henry Hondius, Period half leather and vellum sides. Scuffing and loss to leather spine, vellum to front cover lacking but board intact; title page with repair to margin, dampstained to lower edge throughout, some plates repaired and some loss to upper corner area of last two leaves.
A very good copy. The Hague: Henry Hondius, A splendidly illustrated book about the "art of provisioning the military," published by Henry Hondius , son of the famed Dutch map engraver Jocodus Hondius, and a noted map maker in his own right. This copy damaged but with all engraved plates. Part of title page reproduced. London: Robert Barker Front fly-leaves with margins repaired;? Des rousseurs dans le texte. Augmente dereches de plusieurs remedes tant pour les riches que pour les pauures. Published: Paris, Jean Jost, XXXII Ganzpergamentband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln.
Mit Inhaltsverzeichnis und Register im Anhang. Zahlreiche weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats bitte Art. Rig rygforgyldning, men svag. Rester af lukkebeslag. De tre manglende blade vedlagt i facsimile. Lidt spredte brunpletter. Charles Whibley's copy, with his bookplate affixed to the front pastedown.