Peter Ryan Fear Drive My Feet, Angus & Robertson, 1960, 1st Edition, original cloth, gilt, VG - an account of Australians in WW2 New Guinea; together with Paul Brickhill The Great Escape. Faber. 1st Edn. (2)
Clemence Dane (pseud. for Winifred Ashton) The Shelter Book, Longmans, 1940, 1st Edn in scarce slightly chipped d/w; small stain to fore-edge o/w VG.
A. Vayssiere Le Pas des Armes de Sandricourt. Relation d'un Tournoi donne en 1493, Leon Willem, Paris 1874, small octavo, full calf, gilt, with coat of arms to front & rear boards, slightly scuffed o/w VG; marbled endpapers; original printed wraps bound in; text embellished with woodcuts of scenes from the tournament; xxxii+80pp. No.180 of 250 printed.
William Simpson (1823-1899): A Christmas Dinner on the Heights Before Sebastopol, and Church in the Rear of the Redan; lithographs, published 1855, 22.2 x 35.2cm, library perforation in border; and Embarkation of the Sick at Balaklava, colour lithograph, 10.7 x 18.2cm. (3)
William Sparrow: Design for a WWI In Memoriam Stained Glass Window, commissioned by Heaton, Butler & Bayne (1852-1953) the London based stained glass window manufacturers & decorators. Watercolour on paper, 38.5 x 19cm. In card mount. Inscribed on reverse.
R. Ellis Gerrard Ballads of Battle and Poems of Peace, Newcastle 1914 (Afghan Wars, Boer War etc); A.W. Black Pilau: Being Lays of East and West, A. Stockwell, 1924 (WWI Campaign in Iraq and Persia); & C.E. Howarth War and other Poems, London 1904. All gilt cloth, VG. (3)