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Mix in carton including Theatre ephemera from early 19th Century; GPO Air Mail brochure for 1936; 19th Century items regarding a proposed Channel Tunnel (in very mixed condition); and wide range of other items.(Qty.)
Box of softbacks comprising 1948-50 Motoring Magazines (6), early 1960s Comics (86) mostly Valiant and Hotspur, and three Beatles items; many with rusted staples. Also 1990s Motor Car showroom brochures (8). Fair to VF
Set of 12 Embroidered Silk place mats for deserts, manufactured by Mitsukoshi Gofukuten of Japan, in the issued box. 1920s. Fine (box worn). (12)
Assorted photos and ephemera including group of four 15 x 11cm photographs by William Godson of St.Barnabas Church, Openshaw, c.1914, showing four stages of the removal of the church spire and its replacement with a tower (some fox marks in borders). Mixed condition. (Qty.)
Assorted ephemera and some engravings; including G.W.R. plans of Weymouth Harbour and Brentford Dock; shipping interest; several items relating to Royal Wolverhampton School; military interest; advertising; etc. Mixed condition. (Qty, approx. 1.4 kilos)
Carton of mixed books & ephemera; with guide books including Budapest c.1910 (numerous photo-plates); Manx Electric Rly. Timetable 1974 (window notice); Sunday School Certificates (6 different, on thick board); and various other items. (8 kilos)
Carton containing wide variety of softback publications, plus leaflets, photos, many theatre programmes, advertising showcard for Hole's Ales (Newark), comics, and many other items. (Large qty)
Carton with many greetings cards, softback local history & guides, various leaflets and pamphlets etc. Wide variety. Mixed condition. (Qty.)
Ben Brierley Ab-o'th-Yate Sketches and Other Short Stories, W.E. Clegg, Oldham, 1896, 3 volumes; and five other Ben Brierley titles, one ex-library in poor condition, others good/VG. (8)
E.M. Forster A Room with a View, Edward Arnold, 1908, First Edition, original gilt ribbed maroon cloth, worn & marked, the spine faded; blank bookplate to front pastedown, pencil ownership signature to front endpaper dated 1912, inner front and rear hinges weak showing the webbing, some occasional marginal tone-marks to text but generally clean internally; small remnants of a lending library label to rear pastedown (no other library markings). Complete with the 8-page publisher's catalogue.
Collection of early-19th Century cut signatures, most from documents with related wax seals, laid down in in a scrap album, including Earl Stanhope, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (possibly secretarial), Earl of Leicester and other peers. No signatures ‘back to back'. Mixed quality. (80).
The Great War: photographic Stereographs by Realistic Travels depicting a variety of scenes, a near-set of 94 (of 100), in the original box; together with a stereoscopic viewer. Some wear to box o/w fine.
Letters from Mombasa, dated 1912, from Edward Lee Pearson (1869-1957), District Commissioner in Nakruru, British East Africa, written to his wife in Saffron Walden, one on Government notepaper, all autograph letters, mostly 3 or 4 pages in length, all with original envelopes. VG. (5)
Lancashire titles from 19th Century, chiefly Clitheroe & Blackburn related including T. Counsell Mellor in Blackburnshire, 1929, works by Arthur Langshaw, softback picture albums & guides, Ben Wood's Lancashire Sketches (c.1900), etc. Mixed condition. (43)
The Holly Grove Mansion & Estate, Worstead, Norfolk: a fine 2-page manuscript of 1840 outlining Sales Particulars for the estate, to be offered in seven lots at the Swan Inn, Worstead. Posted from North Walsham as a folded letter sheet to solicitors in Wymondham.
Arthur William Heintzelman (American artist, 1891-1965): L'Accordioniste, an etching, 15 x 18cm, in sunken mount, framed. Signed by the artist. One of 100. Gallery label on reverse. Fine
Julius Komjati (1894-1958): The Sleeping Shepherd, an etching, 10 x 15cm, in sunken card mount, framed. Published by H.C. Dickens. Number 64 of 75. Signed and numbered by the artist. Gallery label on reverse.
Algernon Talmage A.R.A. (1871-1939): A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky, an etching, 24 x 31cm, in sunken card mount, framed. Signed in the margin in pencil. Gallery label on reverse.
The Who, The Move and other rock stars: a collection of autographs 1965-1967 obtained in person at concerts in the N.W. of England by Alex Lee of Whalley, nr.Blackburn, contained in a small autograph album, including The Who (all four with Keith Moon), a further page with Keith Moon and John Entwistle, The Pretty Things, The Move, Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mich & Tich, The Cryin' Shames, Them, and others. The album also contains a card obtained from a friend said to be signed by The Jimi Hendrix Experience but the signatures appear to be of Noel Redding, Mitch Mitchell and their sidesman Jim Leverton. In addition there are signatures of Brian London (boxer) and Jackie Pallo (wrestler).
Pirelli Calendars from 1970 with calendars for 1973, 1974, and some later to 2008. Most in original packaging. Some folds/creasing to early calendars. Also ‘Pirellii Goes Jamaican'. (8).