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Auction No 408, Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST

220 Lots (displaying 41 - 60)

"Revue des Chapeaux" issues for 1923 (two different), 1924 and 1926; and "Grosses Hut-Album" issues for 1920, 1922 (2 different), and 1923;

Lot: 41

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £150 - £200
SOLD £100
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Revue des Chapeaux issues for 1923 (two different), 1924 and 1926; and Grosses Hut-Album issues for 1920, 1922 (2 different), and 1923; large format, original pictorial wraps worn & marked; VG internally with numerous mainly coloured illustrations of ladies in fashionable hats. Published in Paris and Vienna, some with artwork by Arnold Bachwitz. One issue with some loose pages may not be complete. (8)

"Modelles Originaux, Hiver 1916/17", printed wraps, abrasion to front cover, some plates removed but still containing 52 hand-coloured fashion plates;

Lot: 42

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £60 - £100
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Modelles Originaux, Hiver 1916/17, printed wraps, abrasion to front cover, some plates removed but still containing 52 hand-coloured fashion plates; tall quarto, somewhat reduced by the binder affecting a few of the images. Free from foxing.

Arnold Bachwitz "La Mode Parisienne" or "Modell-Kleider fur den Hochsommer", Chic Parisien-Bachwitz, Paris and Vienna, 1920s/30s,

Lot: 43

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £200 - £300
SOLD £210
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Arnold Bachwitz La Mode Parisienne or Modell-Kleider fur den Hochsommer, Chic Parisien-Bachwitz, Paris and Vienna, 1920s/30s, a selection of large format fashion catalogues, all with hand-coloured plates, dress patterns and multi-lingual text. Original printed wraps each with a catalogue number inked on front cover o/w VG; fine internally, free of foxing. Six are complete, three others incomplete with some plates loose. Also Costumes Manteaux Classique, Trimestrille, 1964 with 20 coloured lithographed plates. (10 catalogues, with, in all, 128 coloured plates)

"My Home" and "Modern Home", a fine bound volume of the colour supplements, 1932-45, most with artwork by Watson Charlton,

Lot: 44

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £100 - £130
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My Home and Modern Home, a fine bound volume of the colour supplements, 1932-45, most with artwork by Watson Charlton, quarto, cloth bound, gilt, for “R.F.J.” and entitled My Collection 1932-45 with gilt lettering to front and spine. Colour illustration throughout, 600pp.

"Modern Book Illustrators and Their Work", The Studio, 1914, profusely illustrated with b/w and colour plates by Rackham, Dulac, Jessie M. King

Lot: 45

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
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Modern Book Illustrators and Their Work, The Studio, 1914, profusely illustrated with b/w and colour plates by Rackham, Dulac, Jessie M. King etc, in orig. printed wraps, spine frayed, some occasional tone marks, colour plates unaffected; plus The Studio Vol.51, 1911, bound volume; and Modern Pen Drawings: European and American, The Studio, 1901, bound volume. (3)

Owen Jones "The Grammar of Ornament", Bernard Quaritch, 1868; folio, rebound in modern cloth with gilt leather title;

Lot: 46

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
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Owen Jones The Grammar of Ornament, Bernard Quaritch, 1868; folio, rebound in modern cloth with gilt leather title; title page & preface damaged & repaired (with some loss); 70 fine coloured plates (of 112).

A. Welby Pugin and Bernard Smith "Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornament and Costume", Henry Bohn, London, 1846, 2nd (enlarged) Edition;

Lot: 47

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £80 - £120
SOLD £64
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A. Welby Pugin and Bernard Smith Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornament and Costume, Henry Bohn, London, 1846, 2nd (enlarged) Edition; large format (33cm), rebound in quarter maroon leather, gilt, VG; ownership inscription to front endpaper; colour plates & frontispiece complete, with tissue-guards, light browning to periphery, last five plates show damp-staining to lower margin. 

William Gamble (Ed.) "Penrose’s Annual. The Process Year Book", Lund Humphries, 1910-16, 1920-1939, & 1946, a collection of 26 different volumes

Lot: 48

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £150 - £250
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William Gamble (Ed.) Penrose's Annual. The Process Year Book, Lund Humphries, 1910-16, 1920-1939, & 1946, a collection of 26 different volumes, in the original publisher's bindings, plus two additional 1930 volumes; seven volumes from 1913 to 1924 with some loose plates, some illustrations having been apparently removed. Very clean internally. (28)     

Box of prints, watercolours, drawings etc; includes 20th Century artist signed limited edition woodcuts or etchings (9 in all)

Lot: 49

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
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Box of prints, watercolours, drawings etc; includes 20th Century artist signed limited edition woodcuts or etchings (9 in all) with five by Derek Riley F.R.S.A. plus an original artwork in acrylics by Anita Goodall. Fair to VF (33 items)

Various engravings and coloured plates, mostly taken from books but including etchings by Frank Bangwyn (2) and James McBey

Lot: 50

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £60 - £80
SOLD £40
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Various engravings and coloured plates, mostly taken from books but including etchings by Frank Bangwyn (2) and James McBey published by The Fine Art Society, another by Philip Gilbert Hamerton. The coloured plates include 44 by Margaret Tarrant. Fair to VF In two albums and loose. (Large qty)

Carton of steel or wood engravings with many 19th Century, mostly topographical, some set in card mounts,

Lot: 51

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
SOLD £26
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Carton of steel or wood engravings with many 19th Century, mostly topographical, some set in card mounts, plus many 20th Century coloured & b/w plates; all culled from books and periodicals. Fair to VF (100s)

G. F. Handel "Acis and Galatea" and "Samson", both arranged for organ or piano by John Clarke; Button & Whittaker,1809,

Lot: 52

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £20 - £30
SOLD £15
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G. F. Handel Acis and Galatea and Samson, both arranged for organ or piano by John Clarke; Button & Whittaker, 1809, folio, 19th Century half-leather, worn, marbled boards; title pages and scores printed from copper-engraved plates, Acis with an additional dedication page; both lack front free endpaper o/w VG/Fine internally. (2)

W.J. Arkell "A Monograph on the Ammonites of the English Corallian Beds", Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1968, the complete text with the plates,

Lot: 53

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £50 - £70
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W.J. Arkell A Monograph on the Ammonites of the English Corallian Beds, Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1968, the complete text with the plates, a reprint of the Palaeontographical Society publication of 1934-1945, here in 11 parts; A4 softbacks, each in printed card wraps. Some mild creasing to the corners at fore-edge o/w fine. (11)

C.W. Wright & W.J. Kennedy "The Ammonoidea of the Plenus Marls and the Middle Chalk", Palaeontographical Society, 1981;

Lot: 54

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £20 - £40
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C.W. Wright & W.J. Kennedy The Ammonoidea of the Plenus Marls and the Middle Chalk, Palaeontographical Society, 1981; and Wright & Kennedy's The Ammonoidea of the Lower Chalk Parts 1 to 5 complete, 1984-96; quarto, original printed wraps; ex-library with stamps & labels, the text and many plates unaffected. (6)    

"Geologists’ Association Guides, Benham & Co., 1965-84, various editions; A5 softbacks, most with printed card wraps (one is a photocopy). VG/VF (34)

Lot: 55

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £20 - £40
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Geologists' Association Guides, Benham & Co., 1965-84, various editions; A5 softbacks, most with printed card wraps (one is a photocopy). VG/VF (34)     

"John James Audubon: The Watercolours for the Birds of America", The Herbert Press, 1993, large format, cloth bound in d/jkt, VF.

Lot: 56

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £30 - £40
SOLD £30
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John James Audubon: The Watercolours for the Birds of America, The Herbert Press, 1993, large format, cloth bound in d/jkt, VF.  

John Richardson, William Baird and others "The Museum of Natural History" William Mackenzie [1860], in 8 divisions, publisher’s gilt cloth,

Lot: 57

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £50 - £70
SOLD £56
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John Richardson, William Baird and others The Museum of Natural History, William Mackenzie [1860], in 8 divisions, publisher's gilt cloth, one vol. slightly cocked, six of the volumes with plates complete or near complete, the volume on Reptiles and one of the Bird volumes raided. Many of the plates hand-coloured. Also qty of loose plates from another edition. Largely free of foxing.

F.E. Hulme "Familiar Wild Flowers", Cassell & Co.,1902, in the 20 issued parts, covers mostly detached, a few with back cover missing,

Lot: 58

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
SOLD £52
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F.E. Hulme Familiar Wild Flowers, Cassell & Co., 1902, in the 20 issued parts, covers mostly detached, a few with back cover missing, containing 200 fine colour plates. Together with an earlier bound volume, damaged, containing most of the 40 plates.

F. W. Meyer "The Best Hardy Perennials for producing an abundant supply of Cut Flowers", Blake & Mackenzie, 1901;

Lot: 59

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £80 - £120
SOLD £125
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F. W. Meyer The Best Hardy Perennials for producing an abundant supply of Cut Flowers, Blake & Mackenzie, 1901; quarto, original pictorial cloth, VG; complete and very clean internally with the 48 chromo-lithographic plates, one plate loose with some peripheral faults. Gift inscription of 1920 at top of half-title.

Samuel Lewis "A Topographical Dictionary of England", 1835, Third Edition, 5 volumes, quarto, contemporary marbled cloth, gilt titles,

Lot: 60

  • Auction Date: Wed 6th Apr 2022 12:00 BST (Ended)
  • Est: £100 - £150
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Samuel Lewis A Topographical Dictionary of England, 1835, Third Edition, 5 volumes, quarto, contemporary marbled cloth, gilt titles, some wear, the 116 plates of County and Town maps/plans complete, lacking the general map of England and the London plan; occasional foxing affecting a few of the maps and some pages of the text but largely clean internally; partly unopened along top edge. (5)