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Darwin (Charles)
Insectivorous Plants, 1875, London, John Murray, 8vo First Edition, old ownership inscription to half title, original rubbed and bumped green cloth, upper edge of text block soiled. [&] The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom, 1876, London, J. Murray, 8vo First Edition, foxing to endpapers (two at front detached) and title, marginal fading to endpapers, hinges rather loose, original rubbed and bumped green cloth, frayed joints, upper edge of text block soiled.
[together with:] A Naturalist's Voyage. Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries Visited during the Voyage of H.M.S. 'Beagle' Round the World..., 1889, London, J. Murray, 8vo, portrait frontispiece, original rubbed and bumped pictorial green cloth, hinges a little tender; The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection..., 1895, London, J. Murray, 8vo, Sixth Edition ('Forty-Seventh Thousand'), endpapers stained and foxed, original rubbed and bumped green cloth; The Various Contrivances by which Orchids are Fertilised by Insects, 1890, London, J. Murray, 8vo Second Edition ('Fifth Thousand'), original rubbed and bumped green cloth; The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants, 1891, London, J. Murray, 8vo, 'Fifth Thousand', original rubbed and bumped green cloth.

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £1200
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Lot 102

Hodges (Nathaniel)
['Loimologia' in Greek] sive Pestis Nuperae apud Populum Londinensem grassantis Narratio Historica, 1672, London: Joseph Nevill, 12mo, [xxii, incl. blank leaf], folding table of mortality for London for 1665 (staining and some loss, at centrefold) and pp. 246. Lacking first blank prelim., replacement endpapers, some dampstaining, contemporary scuffed binding, rebacked, corners frayed.
[with:] Loimologia: or, an Historical Account of the Plague in London in 1665: with Precautionary Directions against the like Contagion... To which is added, an Essay on the Different Causes of Pestilential Diseases... with Remarks on the Infection now in France, and the most probable Means to prevent its Spreading here, by John Quincy, 1720, London, E. Bell, 8vo; vi, pp.288, lacking folding table, worm trace to lower corner from T2 onwards, contemporary panelled sheep, joints/hinges cracked. The best medical record of the great plague, in the Latin and English translation (2).

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £340
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Lot 103

Byrne (Oliver)
The Geometry of Compasses or Problems Resolved by the Mere Description of Circles, and the use of Coloured Diagrams and Symbols. 1877, London, C. Lockwood & Co., thin 8vo, First Edition, unpaginated but all leaves present; frontispiece vignette of hand and compass to verso of Half Title plus 36 numbered diagrams in colour illustrating 20 'Problems'. Original light blue stamped cloth, some edge ware else a good copy.
Oliver Byrne (1810- 1880) was a civil engineer and author of works on mathematics, geometry, and engineering. He is best known for his 'The Elements of Euclid by Colours'. He had Irish nationalist sympathies. The present work is not commonly encountered, with only a small number of institutional copies located.

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £1400
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Shackleton (Ernest)
Aurora Australis, 1988, SeTo, Auckland, NZ, 4to, number 10 from the limited edition of 375 facsimiles of the Alexander Turnbull Library copy of first book printed in Antarctica (1908). Uncut leaves bound with string into replica packing-case boards stencilled '[J]ULIENNE SOUP' to inside rear cover, blindstamped leather backstrip.
Excellent condition, lacking wooden box.

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £380
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Nansen (Fridtjof)
The First Crossing of Greenland, 1890, London & New York, Longmans, Green & Co., 2 vols., 8vo, first English edition, portrait frontispieces, complete with 5 folding colour maps, (one with tear, without loss), plates and illustrations, publisher's adverts to rear. Publisher's pictorial cloth silver gilt, rubbed, spines slightly faded and frayed, contents rather foxed.
[together with:] "Farthest North" Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship Fram 1896-96 and of a Fifteen Months' Sleigh Journey...1897, London, Archibald Constable, 2 vols., first English edition, numerous plates (16 in colour), four folding maps (one detached, one with small tear), illustrations. Publisher's pictorial green cloth gilt, a little rubbed and bumped, hinges a little weak, foxing to uncut pages. (2)

Estimate: £200-400

Sold: £200
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Lot 106

Mackenzie (George Steuart)
Travels in the Island of Iceland, During the Summer of the Year MDCCCX [1810], 1811, Edinburgh, Archibald Constable, 4to, First Edition, xvii, pp. 491 plus Directions to the Binder, two engraved maps, one folding with colour (closed tear), complete with 15 engraved plates as list (eight of which mounted hand-coloured aquatints), four folding tables, engraved illustrations. Contemporary half calf over rubbed and scuffed marbled boards, spine gilt, two ownership inscriptions to front pastedown, closed tear to title and dedication leaves, pencil notes to blank leaf at rear, some offsetting and (mostly marginal) spotting and staining.
Abbey Travel 160

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £320
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Lot 107

Singleton (Henry)
Scarcity in India [&] British Plenty, [1794, London, C. Knight], a pair of stipples by Charles Knight printed in colours with some colour added by hand; trimmed to images (510 x 400mm), card mounts, with titles on separate slips below. [together with:] Schiavonetti (Luigi) Maternal Instruction, [1804], stipple with hand colouring showing a mother and three children in a domestic interior, plate 485 x 380mm, with margins. The three unexamined out of early 20th century hogarth frames (3).

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £200
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Lot 108

Canu (Dominique Étienne)
Il s'en-va cette fois pour tout de bon. [He goes this time for good.] [Paris, c.1815.]
Hand-coloured etching dissected into eight strips, showing Napoleon Bonaparte at a quayside with his back turned to the viewer, about to board a ship. This image disappears into slits when a tab (here lacking) at the verso is pulled, revealing a portrait of the restored King Louis XVIII; the caption, purposely ambiguous, becomes 'Vive le Roi'. The Fleurs-de-lys and crown of the Bourbon dynasty in a frame below.
Napoleon escaped from his first exile and after final defeat at Waterloo in June 1815 was sent to the remote Atlantic island of Saint Helena (where he remained until he died). Canu was the publisher of some Bonapartist propaganda prints. He is responsible for a series of figures of the Bourbon restoration on moving parts in the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France (see notice no. FRBNF40359956).
A little soiled and stained, otherwise in very reasonable condition.

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £280
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Lot 109

Dunning (R.)
South View of Ripon Minster, 1813, Ripon, hand-coloured aquatint engraved by R. & D. Havell, green mount, wrapped in cellophane; Walmsley (Thomas)? Castle Acre Priory, Yorkshire, 1811, London, J. Deeley, hand coloured aquatint, unexamined out of thin Hogarth frame, Parker Gallery label verso, image 270 x 375mm; Couse (John) ...View of Wentworth House in Yorkshire, [c.1760], vignette etching on laid paper, sheet 225 x 400mm, folds; [Anon.] High Harrogate, c.1830s, hand-coloured lithograph on india paper, sheet 280 x 380mm; A Visit to Harrogate, [c.1880s], one folio sheet mounted, hand-coloured vignette wood engravings
[with:] [Anon.] Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal from Leeds to Selby... 1774, hand-coloured folding engraving for the Gentleman's Magazine, with inset antiquities; Fowler (Charles) Plan of several Turnpike Roads between Leeds and Doncaster..., 1822, Leeds, hand-coloured engraving by Neele & Son, vertical fold crease; large folio chromolithograph Plan of Leeds [c.1880]; Dewsbury (New Borough), Proposed Parliamentary Boundary 1868, Ordnance Survey zincograph map with companion letterpress sheet; also three sheets of Yorkshire town plans by R. Creighton; a Plan of Ports and Harbours on the East Coast of England pub. Fullarton, Edinburgh; and two illustrations of Yorkshire public buildings from The Building News c.1890 (15).

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 110

Kip (Jan)
The South Prospect of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter in York, [c.1700], London, P. Tempest, large folio etching on laid paper, sheet 485 x 660mm, trace of folds, some closed tears [together with:] [Anon.] A plan of the City of York [c. 1740s], hand-coloured etching with inset key on laid paper, folds [&] Smith (Alfred, Surveyor) York [a plan], 1822, Leeds, E. Baines, hand-coloured engraving by Neele & Son, coat of arms and vignette of bridge, folds and false margin lower left (3).

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £220
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Lot 111

Nicholson (F.)
To the Trustees of the Piers & Harbour of Whitby, this print of the Lighthouse erected on the West Pier... [c.1830], London, folio hand-coloured lithograph printed by Engelmann & Co., image 280 x 400mm, mounted and wrapped in cellophane; Russell (J.) Thomas Lloyd Esqre. [Commander, Leeds Volunteers Infantry Corps], [c.1830] lithograph portrait in uniform, on india paper by R.J. Lane, sheet 430 x 320mm, sheet a little soiled, one closed marginal tear; three tinted lithographs of York Cathedral, [c.1840], York, W. Monkhouse, interior and exterior views, tipped onto two scrap sheets, margins trimmed; Whitby from the Mount, [c.1840], Whitby, S. Reed, a tinted lithographic prospect [with] Scarborough form the Castle Hill, two prints tipped onto one scrap sheet, trimmed; five engraved Yorkshire vignettes on another sheet; and three views of Rivaulx Abbey [c.1830s] etchings with aquatint, plus a sheet of architectural details from the Abbey, separately mounted on four further sheets [with:] a c.1880 chromolithograph Whitby Abbey, a c.1880 folio Plan of Hull, two small steel engravings of views in the county and a modern photomechanical print of Robin Hoods Bay (15).

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Thackeray (William Makepeace)
Autograph Letter Signed ('WMThackeray') to 'Dear Ned', probably his cousin Edward Talbot Thackeray, one page 4to, Kensington, London, 19th November 1849.
A genial letter in which the great novelist suggests two named women as potential wives for his correspondent.
Folds, foxing, staining and chips to extremities (one just affecting 'will' at end of first sentence). Conserved on fabric backing, clearly legible.

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Lot 113

Montmorency (Anne, duc de)
Two Autograph Letters Signed ('Anne de Montmorency') to Chevalier Alexandre Fiasque, each one page 4to of laid paper (one watermark), in French, addressee to verso, n.p., Paris (?), September 1560 [&] April 1562.
Invitations to a family friend, to dine, and to a church service at Caen (Normandy)
Montmorency (1493- 1567) was constable of France and a powerful minister during the reigns of Francis I, Henry II, and Charles IX. He served in the numerous wars against the Holy Roman Empire and in the campaigns of Charles IX against the Huguenots.
One letter with wax seal preserved (the other with only trace left) and some contemporary ink calculations to verso. Folds, extremities a little tatty, otherwise both very well preserved and clearly legible (2).

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £150
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Lot 114

Monck [Monk] (George, later first duke of Albemarle)
Autograph Letter Signed ('George Monck') to Henry Cromwell (1628-1674), Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and fourth son of Oliver, one page folio, [Scotland], 24th September 1658.
Addressed 'For his Excie. the Lord Deputy of Ireland... att Dublin' with fragments of broken wax seals to verso.
A pledge of loyalty from Monck, reporting nothing newsworthy from Scotland, where he was head of the army. He refers to the recent death of Oliver Cromwell and the appointment of Cromwell's son Richard (Henry's brother), as his successor as Lord Protector. Monck in fact used the prestige gained from his victories against the Dutch to intrigue in favour of the restoration of the Stuart monarchy. Charles II rewarded him with a dukedom.
Folds, finger soiling and staining, extremities with small nicks and tears, otherwise well preserved and clearly legible.

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £2500
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Lot 116

[Bennett Family (Compiled by)]
Small folio album (320 x 205mm) of approx. 200 Autograph Letters Signed, 1830s to early 20th century, mostly addressed to Sir James Risdon Bennett (1809-1891), President of the Royal College of Physicians; some to his wife and family. Early 20th century diced brown morocco, red letterpiece to spine with 'Autographs' in gilt (some edge ware only).
Mostly private correspondence and notes, accepting or declining invitations etc., some evidently originally enclosed with books or other documents, the majority 1860s to 1880s; some of the most prominent personalities of the Victorian age are represented - including statesmen, politicians, doctors and physicians, (mostly non-conformist) clergymen, missionaries, travellers, artists, literary figures, journalists, and men and women of letters. Some one sheet folded so pp.4, all pasted to guards or onto approx. 83 album pages (blank pages to rear), various writing papers (some printed headers, some coloured), cards, some slips and fragments. The papers and manuscript well preserved and clearly legible in almost all examples.
Significant Autographs Include:
Letter conferring a knighthood on Bennett from Prime Minister William Gladstone, 10 Downing Street January 1881; George I; Queen Anne; Queen Victoria; Lord Derby; Lord Chelmsford; Robert Peel; John Campbell Gordon, Marquess of Aberdeen; Dukes of Northumberland; Lord John Russell; Samuel Wilberforce; Henry Edward Manning (Catholic Archbishop of Westminster); Charles Spurgeon; Thomas Raffles; David Livingstone; Sir William Huggins (astronomer); Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker; Sophie Bryant (née Willock, educationist and suffragist, the first woman to be awarded a DSc); Isambard Kingdom Brunel; Lord Frederic Leighton; Sir Francis Grant; Wilkie Collins; Robert Browning; Octavia Hill (housing and social reformer); Arthur Conan Doyle; Karl Blind (political refugee and author).
[With:] Bennett's leather-bound 12mo passport with fold-over flap bearing ownership label: several official ink stamps, mss. notes, signatures etc., mostly c. 1835 (several pp. blank towards rear); with folded consular letters/travel documents tipped in or loosely inserted, incl. under French royal authority 1830, also for the French Empire, Belgium, German states, Italian states and the Vatican etc. Between 1833 and 1837 Bennett spent some time on the Continent with Lord Aberdeen.
Viewing highly recommended (2).

Estimate: £1200-1800

Sold: £4000
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Lot 117

Sutton Sharpe & Co. (Publishers) Truths About Whisky
1879, London, 8vo. Second Edition: viii, pp. 103 plus pp. [10] adverts/ list of wholesalers etc. Includes four folding lithographic plates of Dublin distilleries. Original stamped green cloth displaying 1s/- price. Some minor edge ware, light marginal spotting to plates and text. A good copy of a scarce book.
[With:] Cups And Their Customs, 1869, London, John Van Voorst, 8vo. Second Edition, chromolithograph frontispiece, publisher's advert leaf to rear. Original green cloth, spine lettered in gilt, a.e.g. A good copy. [&] Hartley (Joseph) The Wine and Spirit Merchant's Companion...containing several hundred valuable receipts [recipes], 1835, London, 12mo, pp. 208 plus Index, plain green rubbed and scuffed cloth, upper cover detached, foxing throughout. Previous ownership inscription to Preface (3).

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £600
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Lot 118

[Anderson (James)]
Essays Relating to Agriculture and Rural Affairs in Two Parts, Ilustrated with Copperplates, By a Farmer, 1775, London, Cadell & Edinburgh, Creech. 2 vols. in one, First edition, 8vo. Half title and title page, xxxiii [1] + pp. 472 with three engraved folding plates, complete as list. Title to Second Part inserted in front of final Essay VI. Full contemporary calf with five raised bands to spine (boards a little rubbed). A sound copy.
Six essays by James Anderson (1739-1808), Scottish agriculturist and political economist. He produced some important pamphlets and contributed articles to other people's works, under at least fourteen aliases.

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £150
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Lot 119

[Collier (John,'Tim Bobbin')]
The Passions, Humourously Delineated, by Timothy Bobbin, Esq. Author of the Lancashire Dialect, 1810, London, E. Orme, thin 4to, engraved portrait frontis. and pictorial dedication to the Tradesmen of Manchester, publisher's Address, and 24 caricature plates illustrating letterpress verse. Foxing and staining, contemporary full dark calf (a little bumped and rubbed), spine gilt, bookplate of W. Graham of Mossknow to front pastedown.

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £550
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Oliver (William, Mining Engineer)
Map of the Coalfield, of Northumberland & Durham, shewing the ascertained Collieries, Pits, Faults, Dykes and other Interruptions with the Railways & Ports of Shipment Constructed for the Coal Trade, 1851, Newcastle, M. & M. W. Lambert
Very large lithographic map in original outline colour, in 24 sections, mounted on linen, folding into original diced morocco boards (worn, upper cover lettered in gilt, detached), with metal clasps. Surveyed at 1 1/4 inches to the mile, approx. 210 x 116cm open.
[together with:] Sopwith (Thomas) An Account of the Mining Districts of Alston Moor, Weardale and Teesdale... 1833, Alnwick, W. Davison, 8vo; viii, pp. 183 plus pp. 5 of adverts, hand-coloured map frontis, wood-engraved illustrations. Original faded and worn cloth with remains of spine label, extremities bumped; two old ownership inscriptions. A scarce work. (2)

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £550
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Lot 121

A collection of publications comprising:
The Amateur Photographic & Photographer News

January 1914 to December 1915 (in four files)

Volume XV 1903
The American Annual of Photography

Volume 57 & 61
Modern Photography

1934-35 and 1937-38 (two copies)
Miniature Camera World

quantity (five files)
The Year's Photographs

1929-1938 inclusive/1941-1943 incl./1947-1949 incl./1951-52 (two copies)/1956
Life Library of Photographs

Twelve volumes (qty)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £50
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Lot 122

Cash (J. Allan)
Photography with a Leica, March 1955 Reprint, Fountain Press, London; together with eight other Leica related publications (9)

Estimate: £50-70

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Lot 123

The British Journal Photographic Almanac
Twenty five volumes comprising: 1902/1910/1920/1921/1923/1924/1926-1932 inclusive/1940/1943-1948 incl./1950/1952/1956/1957 (25)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110
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Lot 124

Photograms of the Year
A collection of fifty publications comprising 1899/1902/1906-1924 inclusive/1926-1936 incl./1938-1950 incl./1954/1955/1957/1958, some duplicates, various publishers, mostly Ex Libris J. Harold Leighton (50)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 125

Comprising a wide and varied collection of titles, dating from the 1890's to present day including many guides to various photographic manufacturers, techniques and styles (qty)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £250
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Lot 126

OF BRADFORD PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY INTEREST: A collection of member's photographic medals, medallions and awards
Comprising two Bishop Auckland Photographic Society embossed bronzed plaques, awarded to J. Harold Liebreich, 1912; a Bradford Photographic Society silvered plaque for Best Print 1935, awarded to W.H. Hammond, cased; a B.P.S. silver medallion for First Prize, Class 1, 1904, awarded to Mr J.H. Liebreich, cased; a Hebden Bridge Photographic Exhibition 1926 bronzed plaque, awarded to W.H. Hammond, cased; two 'Iris' International Kerstsalon bronzed plaques, 1933-34 & 1936-37; three Royal Society of British Columbia bronzed medallions, awarded to J.H. Leighton, 1923/1925/1929; together with eight other related items (18)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £100
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Lot 127

Alexander Keighley Hon. FRPS (British, 1861-1947)
Seven photographs, carbon prints, comprising:
'Change and Decay', signed (lower left), titled and eight exhibition labels to reverse incl. XXII Salon International D'ART PHOTOGRAPHIQUE, Paris Octobre 1928; Hampshire House Photographic Society 1929; 'The Seventeenth Pittsburgh Salon of Photographic Art etc. 35.8cm x 46.9cm
'The Yoke', titled to rev, 34.4cm x 46.6cm
'Washing in the River', titled with Yorkshire Photographic Union Conditions of Sale and B.P.S. Centenary label to reverse, 33.9cm x 47cm
'The Balconies', signed (L.L.) and Bristol Photographic Society 1937, Y.P.U. Conditions and BPS Cen. Exh. labels to rev, 46.1cm x 34.9cm
'A Fountain Tangier', titled with B.P.S. Cen. Exh label to reverse, 48xm x 33.9cm
'Espalion', titled and Y.P.U. Cond. & B.P.S. Cen. Exh. labels to reverse, 47.7cm x 34.4cm (all mounted on card)
With another, street scene, signed (L.R.), framed and glazed, 34.7cm x 45cm (7)

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £750
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J. Harold Leighton FRPS (British, d.1947)
A folio of mostly topographical photographs, bromoil, comprising:
Thirty two images, mostly pencil signed and inscribed/titled on reverse, including views of Fountains Hall; Ely Cathedral; Compton Wyngates; Edinburgh Castle; Fountains Abbey; Stonehenge; Bolton Castle; Rouen; various figural, coastal and scenes of rural life; all bearing labels for various British and North American exhibitions incl. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. 1930; 17th Annual International Salon of the Camera Pictoralists of Los Angeles, 1934; First Chicago International Photographic Salon, May 1929; The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, 1944; The GEC Photographic Society Exhib. 1946 etc. various sizes in portrait and landscape
Fifty-eight similar images, mostly pencil signed and inscribed/titled on reverse, including views of SS Olympic at Southampton; St. Pauls Cathedral; Hawksworth Hall; Bamburgh Castle; with various figural, coastal and scenes of rural life; not exhibited, various sizes in portrait and landscape; together with four nude studies and three other images, (all mounted on card), in cloth folio Ex Libris J. Harold Leighton (97)

Estimate: £500-1000

Sold: £1700
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Arthur Marshall ARPS (British, 20th Century)
Three photographs, bromide/chloro-bromide, comprising:
'Where the sun comes peeping in at morn', signed and dated 1929 (L.R.) titled to front and reverse with Lancaster Art Gallery 1929; B.P.S. Annual Trophy Comp 1929 WINNER and B.P.S. Cent. Exh. labels, 27.7cm x 35.3cm
'With the heavens above and the road below me', signed and dated 1930 (L.R.), titled to front and reverse with B.P.S. Annual Trophy Comp. 1930; Bradford NPE 1929 and B.P.S. Cent. Exh. labels, 36cm x 28.8cm
'A Typical Tyke', titled to front, B.P.S. Annual Trophy Comp. 1931 label to reverse (all mounted on card-3)

Estimate: £80-120

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Herbert Montague-Storey ARPS (British, d.1969)
Thirty one b/w photographs, mostly bromide, comprising:
Nineteen images, mounted on card, of winter snowy rural landscapes, townscapes and details, most signed in pencil, some titled and bearing exhibition labels, various sizes, portrait and landscape
Eleven images, similar snowscapes, most untitled and unsigned, various sizes, portrait and landscape (31)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £160
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Herbert Montague-Storey ARPS (British, d.1969)
Ten b/w photographs, bromide/chloro-bromide, comprising:
Six images, townscapes, mounted on card, including 'Bruges Reflections', titled on mount, 28cm x 35.5cm; 'In Middelburg', titled on mount, 36cm x 28cm and 'To the Heavens', titled to mount, 36cm x 29.5cm
Four images, unmounted (10)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £80
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Lot 132

Herbert Montague-Storey ARPS (British, d.1969)
Twenty b/w photographs, bromide/chloro-bromide, comprising:
'The Lone Cottage', titled to mount, signed (L.R.) with B.P.S. C.E. Lawson Landscape trophy 1946 WINNER label to reverse, 22.7cm x 29.1cm (with a similar copy)
Also thirteen other landscape and woodland images, mostly signed and labelled to reverse, some titled; with three other images, various sizes, landscape and portrait (19)

Estimate: £150-250

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Herbert Montague-Storey ARPS (British, d.1969)
Sixteen miscellaneous b/w photographs, bromide and chloro-bromide, comprising:
'Shapes', signed and titled to mount, Newcastle Upon Tyne Photographic Society label to reverse, 30cm x 24.5cm
'Goliath Heron', signed and titled to mount, 27.5cm x 23.8cm
'Wattage', signed and titled to mount, labelled to reverse, 29.3cm x 36.8cm
Also thirteen assorted mounted images and three unmounted, some signed and titled, various sizes, landscape and portrait (16)

Estimate: £80-120

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Herbert Montague-Storey ARPS (British, d.1969)
Twenty b/w photographs, bromide/chloro-bromide, comprising:
'I Spy', titled on mount, with details of publication to reverse and eleven exhibition labels incl. 30th Annual Pittsburgh Salon, 1943; 18th Salon internaciona de fotografia Zaragoza; 82nd Annual Open, Edinburgh Photo. Soc. 1943 etc, 21.1cm x 16cm
together with seventeen baby and child portraits together with various scenes of childhood, many signed and titled, various sizes, portrait and landscape (mounted on card) with two others (20)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £50
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Herbert Montague-Storey ARPS (British, d.1969)
Fifteen b/w photographs, bromide/chloro-bromide, comprising:
'Iris', signed and titled to mount, with Manchester Amateur Photo. Soc. 1964 and Swinton & District Amat. Photo. Soc 1966 labels, 37.4cm x 28.8cm; together with 'Lace Gloves, signed and titled to mount, 35.5cm x 26.5cm; 'Profile', titled to mount, 26.5cm x 22.5cm; 'Miss Prim' signed and titled to mount, 35.3cm x 27.8cm;
Together with six portraits of ladies, two duplicated; also five Masonic portraits with full regalia, various sizes, landscape and portrait (15)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £50
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Lot 136

Herbert Montague-Storey ARPS (British, d.1969) and others
Miscellaneous b/w photographs including nude studies, various landscapes, portraits incl. theatrical; architectural and interior views etc; various sizes (qty)

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £70
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Lot 137

Harold Mitchell (British, 20th Century)
Sixteen b/w photographs, bromide/bromoil, comprising:
Various landscape views, many signed and titled incl. Whitby Harbour; the Crypt, York Minster; Castle Bolton; Fountains Abbey; St. Pauls; and others titled 'The Winding Road'; 'Evening Rhythm'; 'Through the Mist' etc, various sizes, portrait and landscape (16)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £110
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Harold Mitchell (British, 20th Century)
Sixteen b/w photographs, bromide/bromoil, comprising:
'Per Ardua Ad Astra' (through adversity to the stars) portrait of an airman, 36.5cm x 29cm
'A Gay Gordon', titled and signed to mount, labelled to reverse, 37.2cm x 28.7cm; together with two other portrait studies
Also various ecclesiastical oak and marble carvings; a head of hippopotamus and various other images; many signed and titled, various sizes, portrait and landscape (16)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £100
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Lot 139

Arthur Crabtree ARPS (British, 1900-1975)
Two photographs, carbon prints, comprising:
'The Towers of Vitre', signed and dated 1926, titled and Scottish International Salon, 1926-27 label to reverse, part of B.P.S. Permanent Collection, 36.5cm x 45cm
'The Adventurer', signed and dated 1927, titled and B.P.S. Cent. Exh label to reverse, 30cm x 37.6cm (both mounted on board-2) Note: Crabtree became known for his work as a Cinematographer and Film Director from the 1920s to the 60s

Estimate: £100-150

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J.H. Blackadder ARPS (British, 20th Century)
Two b/w photographs, bromide, comprising:
'Industrial Heritage', titled and inscribed to reverse, with B.P.S. Leighton Trophy 1960 WINNER; L.P.P. Annual Exhibition 1959; Stratford-Upon-Avon 11th Annual Exhib. 1961 and B.P.S. Cent. Exh. labels, illustrated in handbook of latter (included in lot), 39.5cm x 50cm; together with a country cottage image, dated 1966 to reverse, 34.5cm x 48.8cm (both mounted on card-3)

Estimate: £50-100

Sold: £50
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J.H.B. Radford MM ARPS (British, 20th Century) with others
Eight b/w photographs, mostly bromide, comprising:
'Driftwood', signed and titled to mount, 29cm 38.5cm; together with two images from 'Driftwood' and another from 'Interlude', all Ace Movies, 1933; with four others, also:
Arthur Woodhead ARPS (British, 20th Century)

'Profile', signed and titled to mount, dated to reverse 1951, 29.8cm x 23.4cm, also
N.T. Tindall (British, 20th Century)

'Coquette', signed and titled to mount, Yorkshire Salon, Hull, 1936 label to reverse, 23.5cm x 19cm (all mounted on card-11)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £50
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J.H.B. Radford MM ARPS (British, 20th Century)
Fifteen b/w photographs, mostly multigrade, comprising:
'Door panel Beverley', signed and inscribed to mount, 36.6cm x 19.5cm; with nine other details of English oak carvings, various sizes, portrait and landscape, mounted, with two more unmounted
'Duddo Stones', signed and inscribed to mount, 30.4cm x 37.4cm; with two other, mounted
Also 'St. Williams College, York' pen & ink by artist, inscribed to reverse (16)

Estimate: £100-150

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W.E. Gundill OBE (British, d.1959) with others
Twenty six b/w photographs, bromide/chloro-bromide/bromoil and others, comprising:
'A Mountain Farmstead', signed and titled to mount, Dundalk & District Camera Club Ireland label to reverse, 25.3cm x 21.3cm; with another; also:
J.F. Mather ARPS (British, 20th Century)

'Off to work', signed and titled to mount, label to reverse, 23.2cm x 29.8cm; with 'Arches', titled to mount, label to reverse, 19.9cm x 29.7cm; with three others; also
J Hargreaves (British, 20th Century)

Splendid Skyline' signed and titled to mount, Yorkshire Photographic Union Annual Exhibition 1972 label to reverse, 21.5cm x 35.5cm; with seven others; also
Jack Hanson (British, 20th Century)

'Storm Approaching' 1956, B.P.S. Cent. Exh. label to reverse, 28cm x 35cm; with three others; together with various work by H.D. Halliday; T. Collinson; N. Wilkinson and various other B.P.S. members (mostly mounted-34)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £40
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Richard Almond FRPS (British, 20th Century)
Twelve colour and b/w photographs, gum-bichromate, comprising:
'Red Sky at Morning', signed and titled to mount, London Salon of Photography 1969; M.A.P.S. 1970 and Carlisle Camera Club 1970 labels to reverse, 21cm x 27.5cm
'Trees', titled and signed to mount, labelled to reverse, 19.8cm x 14.3cm
'Creation', signed to mount, C.C.C. 1970; N.U.T. 1969 and 2nd G.B. Open Exhibition 1968 labels to reverse, 19.3cm x 14.8cm
'Target for Squares', titled and signed to mount, labelled to reverse, 23.3cm x 28.3cm
'Trafalgar Square', signed to mount, Royal Photographic Society of G.B. 1956 label to reverse, 18.5cm x 13cm; together with seven others (all mounted-12)

Estimate: £200-400

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George Halford ARCA FRPS (British, 20th Century)
Nineteen colour & b/w photographs, gum bichromate, comprising:
'Boiling Water', signed and titled to mount, London Salon of Photography, 1951 label to reverse, 20.1cm x 15cm
'Landscape Fantasy', signed and titled to mount, B.P.S. Permanent Coll. and B.P.S. Cent. Exh. labels to reverse, duplicate of print bought for Tyng Collection, 1949, 20.5cm x 15.4cm
'Illuminated Fountain', signed and titled to mount, Yorkshire Photo. Union Cent. Exh. label to reverse, 20cm x 11.9cm; together with twelve similar works; also four architectural studies (all mounted-19)

Estimate: £200-400

Sold: £210
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Of Bradford Photographic Society Interest, Various Member's Photographs, comprising:
R.V. Pike; Ken Wilson; J.W. Murray; C. Virr; N. Stow; J. Smithson; D. Graham; J. Kershaw; George Parr; W.H. Womersley; D. Shepherd and others; various landscape and portrait studies etc (qty)

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £70
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Frank Meadow Sutcliffe (Studio of)
'Women of Staithes', unsigned b/w photograph on satin grain paper, old mount, captioned in pencil, 25cm x 29cm

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £130
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Frederick J. Taylor (British, 20th Century)
Seventy two b/w photographs, bromide and others comprising:
A large collection of North of England images including beach and marine scenes; Lake District views; North Eastern landscapes; clowns and other portraits etc, with related ephemera incl. letter from Royal Photographic Society (qty)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £160
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Robin A. Hill (British, 20th Century)
Nine York related photographs, mostly bromide, comprising:
Theatrical interior, York Photographic Society 1953 label to reverse, 29.5cm x 37.5cm
'Mediavel City', inscribed and titled to reverse, 38cm x 30.4cm
'Festival Shadows', inscribed and titled to reverse, 36.4cm x 24.3cm
'Sunday Morning', inscribed and titled to reverse, 38cm x 29.5cm; together with five similar views of York (all mounted-9)

Estimate: £50-70

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Stella Malcolm (British, d.1937)
Twenty three b/w photographs, mostly bromide, comprising:
'Palais de l'isle, Annecy', titled and signed to mount, labelled to reverse, 24.7cm x 18.3cm
'Bossons Glacier', titled and monogrammed to mount, labelled to reverse, 20.8cm x 15.4cm
'The Crypt, Chester Cathedral', titled and signed to mount, with 18th Scottish National Salon, 1926, label to reverse, 24.9cm 18.1cm
'Breton Pig Driver', titled and signed to mount, labelled to reverse, 24.9cm x 19.4cm; together with various similar British & Continental scenes, also a copy of 'Two Bikes & a Camera in the Highlands by Stella Malcolm & Jack Henderson (24)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £200
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Of Political History Interest: Three signed photographs of 1976 cabinet members
Comprising a formal group shot of twenty five cabinet members of James Callaghan's government, signed to mount by Prime Minister and all in attendance incl. Tony Benn, Shirley Williams, Michael Foot etc. 30.3cm x 37.7cm; together with a photographic printed board showing cabinet in April 1976, centred by Callaghan, bordered by twenty-two members, all signed, 30.8cm x 41.8cm; together with a photograph of Callaghan and five others incl. Neil Kinnock, signed to mount, 9.6cm x 14.7cm (3)

Estimate: £100-150

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