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Auction No 389, Category: Books

48 Lots (displaying 1 - 20)

Christopher Killip "Isle of Man: A Book about the Manx", Arts Council, 1980; Arthur Wragg "Jesus Wept", Selwyn & Blount [1935];

Lot: 1

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
SOLD £44
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"The Gentleman’s Magazine: and Historical Chronicle" July to December 1801, bound volume, complete with Supplement;

Lot: 4

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
SOLD £44
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"Bentley’s Miscellany", Richard Bentley, 1840-1842, Vols. VII, VIII, X, XI and XII, half-leather, worn, hinges strengthened, one rebacked,

Lot: 11

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £50 - £60
SOLD £20
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Selection including signed first editions in d/jkt by P.D. James (2), William Boyd (3), Ruth Rendell, Gracie Fields and Ginette Spanier.

Lot: 12

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £50 - £60
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"The New Yorker" 1945-1946, special Armed Forces Overseas Editions, all with attractive pictorial wraps,

Lot: 14

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £30 - £40
SOLD £46
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"Government Gazette: British Honduras", a bound volume for 1907, complete with supplements, tall quarto, half-leather, gilt,

Lot: 15

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £100 - £150
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"Government Gazette: British Honduras", a bound volume for 1897, complete with supplements, tall quarto, half-leather, gilt, VG;

Lot: 16

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £100 - £150
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[John Walker] "Oxoniana", Richard Phillips, c.1807, sm.octavo, 4 Volumes, half-calf, gilt, marbled boards, new endpapers;

Lot: 18

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
SOLD £26
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Douglas Lorimer "Colour, Class and the Victorians: English Attitudes to the Negro in the mid-nineteenth century", 1978, in VG d/jkt.

Lot: 19

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £15 - £20
SOLD £10
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Paul Brickhill "The Great Escape", Faber, 1951, 1st Edn in second- issue d/jkt which has a 4” split along the fold of the rear flap;

Lot: 20

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £20 - £30
SOLD £36
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William Blackstone "Commentaries on the Laws of England", T. Cadell, 1793-95, 12th Edn, 4 vols; full calf, very worn,

Lot: 21

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
SOLD £46
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Ellen Wilkinson & Edward Conze "Why Fascism?" Selwyn & Blount, 1936 in d/jkt; together with a selection of political publications

Lot: 22

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
SOLD £30
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Manchester area local history including Robert Lee "The Cry of Two Cities", 1927; Hayhurst "The Conquest of Gentleness", Bury, 1910;

Lot: 24

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
SOLD £26
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Charles Royle "Opened Doors: The Autobiography of Charles Royle, Ex-Mayor and Ex-M.P. for Stockport", Meat Trades’ Journal, 1949;

Lot: 25

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £30 - £40
SOLD £20
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Robert Dent "Old and New Birmingham", 1880; and 1860s/1870s Birmingham related Acts of Parliament in 5 bound volumes;

Lot: 26

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £30 - £40
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Innes & Castle "Covenants with Death", Daily Express, 1934, original printed cloth, worn corners, illustrated throughout.

Lot: 27

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £10 - £15
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Biographical works including Ernest Boulton "George Jeffreys: A Ministry of the Miraculous", 1928; MacDiarmid "Scottish Eccentrics", 1936;

Lot: 28

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £60 - £70
SOLD £36
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Bertram Benas "Later Records of the Jews in Liverpool", 1929, printed boards slightly marked; Philip Ettinger "Hope Place in Liverpool Jewry",

Lot: 29

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £40 - £50
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"Stubbs’ Hotel Guide 1940", Stubbs’ Directories, quarto, original gilt cloth, VG; scattered foxing to first two leaves o/w fine internally.

Lot: 37

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £20 - £30
SOLD £20
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Ernest Mills Joyce "The South Polar Trail: The Log of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition", Duckworth, 1929, original gilt cloth, fine

Lot: 39

  • Auction Date: Wed 8th Jan 2020 12:00 GMT (Ended)
  • Est: £200 - £250
SOLD £330
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