Eric Gillett Maria Jane Jewsbury: Occasional Papers, selected with a Memoir, Oxford, 1932, original cloth, gilt, faded; clean text; b/w frontispiece.
Edna Lyall The Autobiography of a Slander, Longmans, 1892, First Edition, original pictorial cloth, slight wear at extremities; gilt edged; 20 b/w plates by L. Speed; binding weak between pp.128/129 o/w VG
The Poetical Works of John Milton, edited David Masson, Macmillan, 1890, 2nd Edition (revised), 3 Vols., original cloth, gilt, VG; uncut 2 sides; engraved portraits; few pages with marginal notes/markings in pencil.536+642+618pp
The Casquet of Literature, Blackie & Son, 1873, 4 vols in 2; half-red morocco, gilt, with raised bands, some wear; a.e.g.; 36 fine steel-engraved plates; some occasional spotting, some pages stained from dried flowers.
Frederick Marryat The Pirate, and The Three Cutters, Bell & Daldy, 1867, rebound in fine green quarter calf, gilt; 20 steel engravings mainly after Clarkson Stanfield; 1870 gift inscription top of page iv; some fox marks
Robert Morgan Voices in the Dark, Arc Publications, 1976, signed & inscribed by the author; and Peter J. Neville Havins The Matchbox, Swansea, 1975; both fine First edition in VG d/w. (2)
Anglo-Indian Fiction comprising Lady Helen Forbes It's a way They Have in the Army, 1905, 1st Edn; M. Leonora Eyles Captivity,1922, 1st Edn, some foxing; and Harold Begbie The Challenge, Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. All original cloth, browning to endpapers. (3)
Frederic Dillaye Les Etapes du Cirque Zoulof, Paris (c.1895), original pictorial cloth, gilt, spine a little faded; a.e.g.; illustrated by Charles Clerice; rear inner hinge with tape repair. 421pp
Book-Lore: A Magazine devoted to Old Time Literature, Elliot Stock, December 1884 to November 1887, Vols I to IV complete, bound into 3; quarto, original leather covered boards very worn & now covered in protective brown paper wrappers; text-block uncut 2 sides and very clean internally in sound bindings. (3)
William E.A. Axon Stray Chapters in Literature, Folk-Lore, and Archaelogy, John Heywood, Manchester, 1888, 1st Edition; original gilt cloth, worn at corners, frayed at top & foot of spine; clean text, 309pp + Axon bibliography.
Ulick Ralph Burke (Ed.) Sancho Panza's Proverbs and others which occur in Don Quixote, Basil Montagu Pickering, 1872, 1st Edition;original blue gilt cloth, gilt library number at foot of spine; endpapers browned; engraved title.
Charlotte Bronte The Complete Poems of Charlotte Bronte, edited by Clement Shorter, Hodder & Stoughton, 1923, First Edition; original boards with quarter cloth, gilt, slight wear at corners; ownership inscriptions front endpapers; t.e.g., uncut elsewhere; xxi+244pp
Edward Moxon Sonnets, London, 1830, First Edition, privately printed; re-cased, original leather over new boards & endpapers; old library stamp; clean text. 46pp
Isaac D'Israeli Curiosities of Literature, John Murray, 1817, 3 volumes, nicely rebound in modern cloth, gilt; and D'Israeli's Amenities of Literature, Edward Moxon, 1842, 3 volumes, original cloth, gilt, top of spine of Vol.2 badly chipped. (6)
Sheila Burnford signed & inscribed books (5), all in good to fine d/w including The Incredible Journey, 1965; plus another signed by John Timpson. (6)
Othello, The Folio Society Letterpress Shakespeare edition, 2007, in special case, folio, in three-quarter goatskin over marbled boards together with a small companion volume edited by Michael Neill. No. 151 of 3750 produced. VF, the case slightly marked.