• Northanger Abbey & Persuasion. 1923.

    AUSTEN, Jane (1775-1817), R. W. Chapman [compiler]. The Novels of Jane Austen. The Text based on Collation of the Early Editions by R.W. Chapman. With Notes Indexes and Illustrations From Contemporary Sources. Volume V- NORTHANGER ABBEY: AND PERSUASION. 14 illustrations: including folding plan of the City of Bath, and frontispiece to Mrs Parsons’ The Mysterious Warning…, and Title Page of Mrs. Radcliffe’s The Mysterious Udolpho. LARGE-PAPER EDITION, LIMITED TO 1,000 SETS, OF WHICH 950 ARE FOR SALE. 8vo. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1923. A lovely book and the ideal gift for Jane Austen fans. Rare

  • Peronnik the Fool. 1933.

    MOORE, George (1852-1933); Stephen Gooden (1892-1955). Peronnik the Fool. Engraved title page, 8 engravings (including two full page engravings). Interior: Occasional foxing and spotting, old glue staining to endpapers. Exterior: Publisher’s vellum, lettered in gilt (some wear, lacking original slipcase). LIMITED EDITION OF 525 COPIES, SIGNED BY GEORGE MOORE AND STEPHEN GOODEN, OF WHICH THIS COPY IS NUMBER 232. 4to. London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, 1933.

  • Poems. 1926.

    QUENNELL, Peter. Poems. Interior: Browning to a few pages, sporadic foxing/spotting. Binding: Publisher’s blue quarter cloth with marbled boards (light wear, wear to corners). LIMITED EDITION OF 60 COPIES SIGNED BY PETER QUENNELL OF WHICH THIS IS NUMBER 11. Peter Quennell (1905-93) was the son of authors C.H.B. and Marjorie Quennell. He was an English biographer, literary historian, editor, essayist, poet, and critic. He wrote extensively on social history. 4to. (Size) London: Chatto & Windus, 1926.

  • The Chief Victories of the Emperor Charles… 1870.

    Sir Anthony Coningham Stirling’s (Crimea Campaign) copy- SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY Sir William Stirling Maxwell. MAXWELL, William Stirling (1818-78). The Chief Victories of the Emperor Charles The Fifth Designed By Martin Heemskerck In M.D. L. V. Xxxvi, 91, [1]. Beautifully illustrated throughout, decorative endpapers. Interior: some occasional light soiling. Binding: Publisher’s yellow and black pictorial cloth (some wear). Folio. London and Edinburgh: Privately Printed For The Editor, 1870.

  • Little Journeys to the Homes of English Authors. 1900.

    LIMITED EDITION OF 947 COPIES OF WHICH THIS COPY IS NUMBER 244. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR ELBERT HUBBARD AND ALSO ILLUMINATOR IDA METCALF. HUBBARD, Elbert.(1856-1915). Little Journeys to the Homes of English Authors. 6 monochrome frontispiece illustrations depicted the various authors: Thomas Macaulay, Lord Byron, Joseph Addison, Robert Southey, Samuel T. Coleridge, Benjamin Disraeli. Illuminated title page, illuminated floral borders to the first page of each chapter. Illuminated letters. Green suede soft cover (spine faded, covers fading). 8vo. New York: Roycrofters, 1900.