To The South Polar Regions.
Expedition of 1898-1900. Illustrated from photographs taken by the author. First edition, FIRST ISSUE; 8vo; original green ribbed cloth, lettered in gilt...
Hero & Leander. Translated from the Greek of Musaeus by F.L. Lucas.
BUCKLAND WRIGHT, John
Designed, produced and published by Christopher Sandford. Printed at the Golden Cockerel Press. Limited edition; 8vo; original full white vellum binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe with gilt stamped vignettes on the front (Leander) and back (Hero) covers...
A Passage to India
First Edition, first printing; 8vo original burgundy cloth and dust jacket. Perhaps Forster's greatest novel, but certainly his most famous. The book was printed on June 4, 1924 in a print run of only 5,000 copies...
Pharos and Pharillon
Second edition; 8vo; original stiff paper wrappers. Forster shares his love of Alexandria, by evoking the sense of being "on the margins" that he felt Alexandria embodied...
Good-Bye To All That. An Autobiography.
First edition; first state, 8vo; original salmon cloth boards. This is the first state with lines on pages 289-290 and 341-343 present. The Sassoon poem was suppressed at his insistence and was removed from further editions...
The Black Jacobins
First edition; 8vo; original black cloth and dust jacket. Inscribed by the author on the front free end paper 'For Gerry Bradley from C.L.R. James...
A printed menu for a dinner held in honour of Johnson by the Rotary Club of Alexandria
A printed 8vo menu for a dinner held in honour of Amy Johnson (1903-1941) by the Rotary Club of Alexandria at the Hotel Casino San Stefano, Alexandria, Egypt, on 31st July 1930, signed ('A...
Harry Pollitt: A Biography
First edition; 8vo; original boards and dust jacket. Signed by Marjorie Pollitt and 62 others. Harry Pollitt (1890-1960) was a British politician who served as the head of the trade union department of the Communist Party of Great Britain and the General Secretary of the Party...
The Roots of the Mountains: Wherein Is Told Somewhat Of The Lives Of The Men Of Burgdale Their Friends Their Neighbours Their Foemen And Their Fellows In Arms.
Limited edition; 4to; original 'honeysuckle' Morris designed cloth, gilt lettering to spine. The Roots of the Mountains is perhaps the first modern fantasy work to unite an imaginary world with an element of the supernatural, and is thus regarded as a precursor to much present-day fantasy literature...
Watercolour over pencil, on grey paper, 28cm by 20cm. Signed with initials, inscribed with title and For K on the mount. Framed and glazed. Originally presented to Kenneth Clark as a Christmas card, the front page of which is also included unframed; in this Nash uses the same palette as in the water colour but in addition uses a little collage to create a bleak wintery landscape...
Autograph letter signed
Autograph letter signed on 'votes for Women' National Women's Social & Political Union headed paper, 20th September 1909; 8vo 4 pages...
The Twelve Moneths by Nicholas Breton
Limited edition; 8vo, original russet buckram and orange printed dust jacket. With twelve designs engraved on wood by Eric Ravilious. Edited by Brian Rhys...
With Scott, The Silver Lining
First edition, first issue; 8vo; original cloth boards; 7 maps, 2 photographic panoramas, 73 photographic and other illustrations on 50 plates, 97 sketch diagrams...
Collections & Recollections of Farnborough & R.F.C. 1915
World War One: BRIGHT, R.G.T (Compiler)
Album; small folio; original half cloth. An archive of letters often accompanied with drawings sent to The Royal Flying Corps at Farnborough between November 1914 and February 1915, from soldiers and civilians (male and female) wishing to join the R...