James P. Jones A History of the South Staffordshire Regiment (1705-1923), Whitehead Brothers, 1923; octavo, orig. gilt cloth, spine a little worn & faded; uncut two sides; fine internally with all plates & maps; xx,483pp
Lt.Col. E.U. Bradbridge (& others) 59th Division 1915-1918, Chesterfield, 1928; octavo, orig. gilt cloth, VG; folding map toned o/w fine internally. 186pp + 8pp of photo-plates.
Francis Percival Eliot Six Letters on the subject of the Armed Yeomanry, addressed to the Rt. Hon. Earl Gower Sutherland, Colonel of the Staffordshire Volunteer Cavalry. T. Egerton, London, 1797; orig. boards, spine damaged and front board detached; armorial bookplate of John Gretton; uncut & partly unopened; good clean text & plates; xvi,230,(1)pp, plus seven folding plates including frontispiece. Together with a related original letter of 1804 addressed to the author as Colonel of the 2nd Staffordshire Militia.
The Stafford Battery: 241/61st Field and Super Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery 1939-1945, privately published, Stafford c.1946; octavo s/bk, printed wraps; coloured map and b/w photo-plates. 104pp plus plates. VG. No copy recorded by Copac.
History of the 1st and 2nd Battalions the North Staffordshire Regiment (Prince of Wales) 1914-1923, Hughes & Harber, Longton ; 4to, quarter leather over gilt cloth, wear to top & tail of spine o/w VG; 12 plates including eight maps/plans; top edge gilt, uncut elsewhere. Fine internally.
L. R. Missen The History of the 7th (Ser.) Bn. Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire Regiment) 1914-1919. W.Heffer, 1920; octavo, orig. printed cloth, VG; presentation inscription to front pastedown; complete with six plates/maps. Fine internally
George Savage (5th North Staffs Regt.) Mespots during the Great War, Burslem, 1920, signed by the author, worming to endpapers and lower text margins, b/w frontisp. marked; and C.H. Wylly Historical Records of the 1st King's Own Stafford Militia, Lichfield, 1902, orig.cloth, some wear, occasional fox marks. (2)
P.C.G. Webster The Records of the Queen's Own Regiment of the Staffordshire Yeomanry, Lichfield & London, 1870; octavo, orig. gilt cloth, a little worn; bookplate of Lord Alexander Paget (Deputy Lieutenant of Staffordshire), and signed by Paget at top of title page during year of publication. Two tissue-guarded plates. Few pages with a corner crease o/w fine internally; vi,(1),192,xlvi, pp.
Benson F.M. Freeman Historical Records of the Queen's Own Royal Staffordshire Imperial Yeomanry, Stafford, 1907; printed wraps, front cover with contemp. ownership signature & small corner fault; fine internally. 76pp. In original card slipcase. Scarce
G.P. Dennis (Ed.) In Memoriam. Harold Parry, Second Lieutenant, K.R.R.C. 1896-1917. W.H. Smith, c.1918; quarter cloth, gilt, VG; uncut, b/w frontispiece, fine internally. Includes several poems written by Parry during his time on the Western Front; xiii,144pp
Major R.M. Ovens Military Lectures, Lichfield, 1908; octavo, orig. printed cloth, VG; endpapers browned, fine internally; ownership inscription of Pte. C.Hudson, 3rd South Staffs Regt to front pastedown. Ovens was a Major in the South Staffs Regiment. 88pp
Walsall & District. The Roll of the Great War, 1914-1918. Quarto, printed cloth, gilt, faded; front inner hinge cracked. Clean text. 232pp
Col. W.L. Vale History of the South Staffordshire Regiment, Gale & Polden 1969, 1st Edn; orig. gilt cloth, corners bumped o/w VG; ownership signature top of half-title. Maps as endpapers. Fine internally. 516pp plus plates