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Troye [G.A.]
Troye's Map of the Transvaal or S.A. Republic, 1896, Edward Stanford for Fehr and Du Bois, colour map printed direct by Wurster, Randegger & Cy. on six folding linen sheets, original folio case with map key to upper board (slipcase well worn and soiled),
with three additional folding maps of the area after Maj. H.M. Jackson, 1900-1, two printed on linen, one on paper (the latter worn)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £100
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Lot 102

Stanford (Edward)
Stanford's Map of Central London, August 1, 1903, colour folding map, forty sections mounted on linen, 680mm x 1002mm overall, original covers (detached)

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £100
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Cary (J.)
Cary's New Map of England and Wales with Part of Scotland on Which are Carefully laid down All the Direct and Principal Cross Roads, the Course of the Rivers and Navigable Canals ..., June 11th, 1794, J Cary, large quarto, 81 engraved plates, land hand-coloured in outline, half calf (rubbed)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £280
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Martin (Josiah) and Cowan (Frank)
The Terraces of Rotomahana: A Poem by Frank Cowan to Which is Prefixed a Paper on Geyser Eruptions and Terrace Formations, 1885, Auckland; H.Brett, quarto, approx. seventy-five mounted albumen prints after Josiah Martin, some with titles/initials in image, text pages torn and friable, possibly smoke or climate damaged, morocco binding disintegrating, sold not subject to return

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Coote (C.E. Ethel)
A collection of photographs in two albums, recording tours of Europe and North Africa by C. E. Ethel Coote between 1890 and 1897, regions visited include the Tyrol, the Riviera, Switzerland, Algiers, the South of France and Germany, approximately 150 photographs of various sizes including 190mm x 247mm, 273mm x 212mm, 120mm x 188mm, etc., a small number overlaid, worn diced calf albums (2)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £300
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Lot 106

Carne (John)
Syria, The Holy Land, Asia Minor, &c. Illustrated, nd,, [c.1836], Fisher, three volumes, quarto, two maps, 120 engraved plates after W. H. Bartlett, William Purser, &c, half morocco gilt over silk boards

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £400
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Lot 107

Batty (Miss)
Italian Scenery from Drawings Made in 1817, 1820, quarto, engraved title, sixty engraved plates (some foxing), all edges gilt, half morocco

Estimate: £200-400

Sold: £220
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Lot 108

Beattie (William)
Switzerland. Illustrated in a Series of Views ..., 1836, two volumes, quarto, two engraved titles, folding map, 106 engraved plates after W. H. Bartlett, original cloth;
Wright (G.N)
, France Illustrated ..., nd., Fisher, four volumes, quarto, four engraved titles, 125 engraved plates after Thomas Allom (? of 128), original cloth gilt;
Anon.
, Belgium and Nassau; or the Continental Tourist, nd., Black and Armstrong, engraved title, two folding plans, sixty engraved plates, half morocco;
Anon.
, Picturesque Europe, with Illustrations on Steel and Wood by the Most Eminent Artists, nd., Cassell, Petter ..., five volumes, large quarto, half morocco gilt (12)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £320
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Lot 109

Rose (T.) & Nobel (T.)
Gage D'Amitie, The Midland-Counties Tourist Seventy-Three Views in the Counties of Derby, Chester, Leicester, Lincoln, Nottingham and Rutland, 1837, Fisher, quarto, engraved title, thirty-six engraved plates each with two views after Thomas Allom, morocco-backed cloth boards;
[Views of London]
, A bound collection of engraved plates, predominently London but including at the rear, views of Albania, Corinth, Sparta, etc, half calf;
Pardoe (Miss)
, The Beauties of the Bosphorus, nd., quarto, map, engraved title and forty-four plates after William H. Bartlett, [bound with]
[The Danube Illustrated], no title, map, fifty-three plates after William H. Bartlett, half morocco (worn) (3)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £300
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Lot 110

Wordsworth (Christopher)
Greece; Pictorial, Descriptive and Historical, 1853, engraved plates after Fielding, Creswick et al, all edges gilt, full morocco

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £120
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Lot 111

Photographs
'Rome and Sicily, 1911', a collection of 45 large photographs of Rome (22), Tivoli (2), Sicili (6) and North Africa (15), 43 mounted in a large oblong folio half Morocco album, with gilt title to upper board and two loosely inserted. Most Italian photographs have integral titles, the North African include some with titles (Timgad in Algeria) and others with blindstamps (A. Bougault or Leanert et Landrock, Tunis, )

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £80
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Lot 112

South Australia
Tenders for Survey in Northern Territory, together with Report on Same by Surveyor-General, Ordered by the House of Assembly to be Printed, 20th October, 1868, eight pages plus two plans, one of which is;
Bennett (J.W.O.) & Finniss (B.T.)
, Sketch Map of the Northern Territory Country in the Vicinity of Adam Bay ... Showing approximately the tracks of the various explorers ... and the locality of the Gold Producing District discovered by Mr F.H. Litchfield in September 1865, sheet 570mm x 630mm
[cf. Jones's Ochre and Rust, page 141-2];
Finnis (B.T.)
, Petition of B.T. Finniss, printed 28th September 1866, six pages, disbound;
[B.T. Finniss was the first Premier of South Australia]
Vice Admiralty Court of Victoria
, Decree, relating to a Shipping Claim between the Steamships 'Kanowna' and 'Glaucus', 1907, 4 pages (3)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £220
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Lot 113

Boxer Rebellion
A collection of sixty-one photographs believed to depict China around the time of the Boxer Rebellion [1899-1901], scenes include fire crews with horse drawn tenders; shipping, both military and local; prison labour, military personnel, street scenes, group portraits and corpses, small format, 80mm x 120mm, 80mm x 105mm, 65mm x 95mm, etc., eight with loss to edges or corners (61)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £500
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Lot 114

Photographs
An interesting and varied collection of photographs including a cabinet card depicting gold miners in Cape Town [1905], three ethnographic portraits from Nigeria, large photographs of the Steamer Bulan [1924] and the yacht Cetonia; Middle-Eastern scenes (8 plus 4 postcards); two early photographs of spheres at the Peking Observatory; a group relating to Adelaide Airport [1934] and a De Havilland 'Hercules', Nurses in a military setting, an early French street scene, two glass slides, a heavily franked embroidered envelope, a file containing photographs of celebrities (many signed), etc. (qty)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £220
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Lot 115

Maritime History
History of the Cunard Steamship Company, nd., [1886], frontis, twelve plates and five folding plans as called for, all edges gilt, original red leather gilt;
Cheyne (Andrew)
, Sailing Directions from New South Wales to China and Japan ..., 1862, second edition, original cloth gilt;
Tilly (T.C.)
, Brett's New Zealand and South Pacific Pilot, and Nautical Almanac for 1881, 1882 and 1883, original cloth gilt;
with eight others (11)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £150
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Lot 116

Singapore and Malaysia
An interesting collection of thirty-six postcards depicting Malaysia and Singapore [?early 20th century] including street scenes, the Sakai people, local transport, tiger and elephant trophies, rubber tapping, harbours, temples, Malay villages, etc., real photographic (36)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £220
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Lot 117

Pollard (Hugh B.C.)
The Gun Room Guide, 1930, Eyre & Spottiswoode, quarto, twelve mounted colour plates after Philip Rickman and H. Frank Wallace, half morocco by Bayntun-Riviere, with dust wrapper bound in at rear (joints rubbed and starting)

Estimate: £60-100

Sold: £50
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Lot 118

Periodical
Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle, January 1841 to December 1867, bound in twenty-seven large folio volumes, half roan (well worn bindings)

Estimate: £200-400

Sold: £750
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Lot 119

Darwin (Bernard)
The Golf Courses of the British Isles, 1910, Duckworth, colour and monochrome plates as called for, top edge gilt, original cloth gilt

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £250
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Lot 120

Patterson (Arthur Henry)
Wild-Fowlers and Poachers, Fifty Years on the East Coast, 1929, presentation inscription with pen and ink sketch to half title, pen and ink sketch by the author loosely inserted, plates as called for, original cloth

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £100
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Lot 121

Otter Hunting
A collection of 137 photographs, almost all depicting otter-hunting, with pictures of otters, hounds, terriers and followers, also including several images of Basset Hounds and an uncommon photograph of a Dandie Dinmont, The pack is believed to be hunting in Northumberland and is composed of draft Foxhounds and Otterhounds, image size approx 70mm x 95mm, housed in two albums (2)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £400
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Lot 122

Rousseau (J.J.) transl. by Thomas Martyn
Letters on the Elements of Botany; Addressed to a Lady, 1815, [bound with] Martyn (Thomas), Thirty-Eight Plates with Explanations; intented to Illustrate Linnaeus's System of Vegetables .., 1817, thirty-eight hand-coloured plates, half calf (rubbed);
Lee (James)
, An Introduction to the Science of Botany, Chiefly Extracted from the works of Linnaeus .., 1810, portrait frontis, twelve plates, full leather (worn);
Anon.
, Journal of a Naturalist, 1829, seven plates as called for (some double page), original cloth (worn, joints split) (3)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £80
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Lot 123

New Naturalist Series
A collection of New Naturalists including monographs, comprising numbers 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,10,11,13,14,15,16,17,18,21,24,25,26,27,28,32,34,35,38,43,46,48,49,51,52,53,54,55,58,60,62,63 from the main series, with Monograph numbers 2,3,4,5,6,11,12,19,22; various editions, all but no 62 in dust wrappers (47)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £350
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Lot 124

Laverack (Edward)
The Setter .., 1872, two chromolitho plates, ownership or seller's stamp to title, all edges gilt, original cloth gilt (hinges split);
Farman (Edgar),
The Bulldog, A Monograph, 1901, second edition, quarto, colour frontis, all edges gilt, half vellum;

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £160
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Lytton (Mrs Neville)
Toy Dogs and their Ancestors, including the History and Management of Toy Spaniels, Pekignese, Japanese and Pomeranians, 1911, plates, original cloth;
Collier (V.W.F.)
, Dogs of China & Japan in Nature and Art, 1921, quarto, colour and monochrome plates, original cloth gilt;
with eleven others (13)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £150
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Shaw (Vero)
The Illustrated Book of the Dog, nd. [1881], Cassell, Petter .., quarto, twenty-nine chromolitho plates, all edges gilt, half roan gilt (backstrip faded and rubbed)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £120
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Lot 127

Armstrong (Mrs C.C.)
New Zealand Ferns, nd. (presentation inscription dated 1882), Dunedin, twenty four leaves with mounted botanical specimens of ferns, alternate leaves have a centrally mounted albumen print depicting New Zealand street scenes, surrounded by ornately arranged specimens. On the other leaves, the specimens are named in manuscript, quarto half roan album with the compiler's label to pastedown

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £500
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Lot 128

Lydekker (Richard)
The Royal Natural History, 1893-4, Warne, six volumes, chromolitho plates throughout, half Morocco

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £120
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Lot 129

Morris (Beverley R.)
British Game Birds and Wildfowl, nd, Groombridge, quarto, sixty hand coloured plates, original cloth

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £350
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Lot 130

Morris (F.O.)
A History of British Birds, 1866, six volumes, hand-coloured plates, original cloth gilt;
idem.
, A Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of British Birds, 1866, three volumes, hand-coloured plates, original cloth gilt;
Bewick (Thomas)
, A History of British Birds, 1826, two volumes, all edges gilt, full calf;
with ten others (21)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £550
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Lot 131

New Naturalists
A collection of 36 volumes from the New Naturalist series and six NN monographs, comprising volumes 1,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,14,15,16,18,19,21,27,29,30,31,32,33,35,38,40,42,44,45,49,51,52,53,54,58,62,65,71 and 72 from the main series and volumes 2,4,5,12,20 and 22 of the monographs. All but three of the main series are reprints, one of the firsts is ex-library, another (Warblers) is a second state, the monographs are all first editions, all in dust wrappers and generally in VG or better condition

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £420
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Lot 132

Manuscripts
Forbes (Alex)
[Agent], two page signed letter, in a secretarial hand, to Commodore John Thomas Duckworth, 15th August 1796, Kingston, Jamaica, regarding the provision of perishables to his Majesties ships and army
Bromley (Wm.)
[Sec. of State], one page A.L.S. to the Duke of Ormond, 16th November, 1713, Whitehall, a covering letter regarding documentation sent 'in behalf of the Holstein Troops';
Thomas (William)
, one page manuscript bond, 1730, signed and sealed;
with two American manuscript promissory notes dated 1817 and 1850 (5)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £160
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Ephemera
An interesting collection including an article by Edmund Halley on the calculation of England's acreage by weighing the map on which the country is printed; early manuscript letters, sealed indentures, an original pencil sketch, 19th cent. ms. letters relating to South African Mining from John and Mary Munro (the former a mining Industrialist and President of the Chamber of Mines), manuscript 'Story of a Municipal Operation in New South Wales', etc., personal inspection recommended (qty)

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £220
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Lot 134

Anatomy
[Hobokenus (N.)]
, Nicolai Hobokeni, Anatomia Secundinae Vitulinae. nd., lacking title, but with thirty-eight soft tissue anatomical illustrations on twenty-eight plates, the first printed leaf is *3, the dedication is dated October 1671, recent calf (a.f)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £60
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Lot 135

Bookbinding
A quantity of book binding equipment, comprising a metal press, various binding and finishing hand tools including knives, rollers and letters, a glue pot, plough, finishing presses and a sewing frame, a binder's tub, a collection of marbled papers, leathers, etc,

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £380
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Lot 136

Faraday (Michael)
Autograph Letter Signed from Faraday at the Royal Institution to Lord Dundas, 23rd April, 1819, discussing the results of his analysis of salts sent by Lord Dundas, these included aluminate of potash, sulphate of potash and sulphate of lime, one page, folded with worn edges
Wallich [Nathaniel]
, List of Plants put up in a covered Chest for Lord Dundas, 10th December, 1818, Botanic Garden, Calcutta, two page manuscript list of species, 'Put up at the request of and forwarded by Capt. Jackson of the Charles Mills', sources of the plants include Mauritius, Napal [sic] and China, torn at folds and edge;
Ledger
, believed to record the trading of the New Moor Pottery of Evenwood, Bishop Auckland, [c1877-1887], customers for garden pots, etc., include the Duke of Cleveland, John Bowes at Streatlam, the Bishop of Durham and Sussex Milbank of Barningham, ledger in distressed state with torn pages, pencil scribbles and detached boards. Recent research on the pottery is included. (3)


Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £450
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Lot 137

Firearms
Neal (W. Keith) & Back (D.H.L.)
, The Mantons: Gunmakers, 1967, dust wrapper;
Mathews (J. Howard)
, Firearms Identification, Vols. I & II, 1962, two volumes, dust wrappers;
Dowell (William Chipchase)
, The Webley Story, 1962, dust wrapper (torn);
with a quantity of others on firearms (qty)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £300
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Lot 138

Peacock (W.)
Peacock's Polite Repository, or Pocket Companion; Containing an Almanack ..., 1801, 104 pages, engraved frontis, engraved views as month headings, attractive gilt-tooled wallet-form binding with anchor design, internal pockets and pen holder (empty), defective metal clasp;
Alphabetisch Myriorama bestaande uit meer dan 100 Voorwerpen voorgesteld op 24 Gekleurde Kaarten .., nd. [20th century], Amsterdam, Dutch educational card game, each card numbered and lettered below with a topographical view above, each picture corresponding with the others to allow the formation of various panoramas above words created, housed in original slipcase with wear to label (2).

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £700
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Lot 139

Nasmyth (James) & Carpenter (James)
The Moon: Considered as A Planet, A World and a Satellite, 1874, second edition, quarto, twenty-four plates, original cloth gilt (damp stained);
Ruskin (John)
, Modern Painters, 1888, Complete Edition, six volumes, ? large paper, original cloth;
Encyclopaedia Britannica
, Tenth Edition, Volume XXXIV, Maps, 1903, half morocco;
with one other (9)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £250
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Lot 140

Clarke (J. Stirling)
The Habit and the Horse; A Treatise on Female Equitation, 1857, quarto, nine plates including six tinted, original cloth (lacking front free endpaper, some foxing, cloth and pastedowns stained);
Hailstone (S.H. Lilla)
, Designs for Lace Making, 1870, folio, forty plates, original cloth gilt (foxing, cloth faded and rubbed);
with one other (3)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £60
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Lot 141

Encyclopaedia Britannica
Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Miscellaneous Literature ..., 1797, third edition, eighteen volumes, frontis, 542 engraved plates (two with movables, several folding, one hand coloured), additional folding table, tree calf (a.f.)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £1000
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Lot 142

Holyoake (Manfred)
The Conservation of Pictures, 1870, original cloth gilt;
Hay (D.R.)
, The Laws of Harmonious Colouring adapted to Interior Decorations ..., 1847, sixth edition, frontis composed of coloured triangles, original cloth;
Galvayne (Sydney)
, The Horse ..., 1888, portrait frontis, 24 plates, original cloth;
Alcock (Mary)
, Poems, 1799, contemporary calf;
with twenty-six other volumes including a bound volume of tracts (30)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £1300
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Lot 143

Duke of Windsor
An interesting archive of letters, photographs, sketches, medals, cigarette case etc. belonging to Harold Holder (1911-81), bodyguard to the Duke of Windsor, including;
Royal Duties
- commences with a letter describing his appointment to protection work while in Special Branch, and the need to fly at short notice to join the Duke in Lisbon for travel to the Bahamas where the Duke was to be Governor. A press cutting describes the urgency caused by German attempts to prevent the ex-king leaving Europe,
Photographs
commencing upon arrival in Nassau (1940), recording the Duke and Duchess in the Bahamas and on visits to the USA and Canada, One portrait is signed by both, others depict visits to a war factory in Detroit, and to New York's Chase National Bank, City Hall, Park Avenue, etc. (1941). Other visits include Miami, Washington and Palm Beach as well as to a ranch in ?Alberta, Canada.
A white metal cigarette case with the Duke's armorial contains a presentation inscription to Sgt. Holder (1940). Numerous stamps and visas in his passport record his travels with the Royals and a travelling expenses sheet signed by the Duke is present..
Harry Holder then joined the RAF and trained as a Navigator with the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1944, his log book records his training and subsequent operations in Malaya, Singapore, Cocos and India (1945-6), there are also photographs of his Hawker Tempest, which he crash landed.
An interesting typed letter signed by the Duke of Windsor in April 1948 discusses Harry's plans to relocate to the USA and the difficulties of finding work as 'a foreigner' but offers to contact 'my old friend Mr Edgar Hoover' on his behalf.
From 1951 to 1958, Harry served with the Special Branch of the Malayan Police (Asst. Superintendent) during the uprising against British Colonial Rule. Included is a Pewter salver recording his service.
From 1958-64, he served in Nigeria, during independence.
A collection of military badges and medals includes four Defence Medals, four War Medals (1939-45), two 1939-45 Stars, the France and Germany Star, The Burma Star, two General Service Medals with Malaya Clasps, a strip of miniature medals replicating most of the above, a Nigeria Independence Medal 1960 and a quantity of Red Cross Society medals.
Another talent of Harry Holder is shown in a collection of colourful original artwork, including childrens illustrations with verse, cartoons, pencil sketches, etc, many signed and dated in the 1940's.
Also included are family photographs, postcards (one signed by the Duke and Duchess), letters and cards, ephemera, etc.
Personal inspection recommended (qty)

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £1800
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Photographs
A very large collection of family photographs from 1914 to 1931, with scenes of Northumberland/Cumbria, including Eals, Slaggyford, the River Tyne including the Tyne Bridge under construction, motoring holidays in Scotland, North Yorkshire, etc., golf, family portraits, early cars, coastal, river and mountain scenery, a truck accident, etc., images approx 70mm x 95mm, housed in eleven albums (11)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £90
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Lot 145

Photographs
A collection of forty-two large format photographs, various artists (indistinctly signed), including topographical views and portraits, both adult and child, many photographs bearing exhibition labels verso, some dated 1920s-30s, the majority mounted, stored in large portfolio;
with a large quantity of small and medium format photographs, including 19th century, portraits, topographical views, etc., together with several books, stereocards, etc. housed in two boxes, (3)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £380
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Lot 146

Folio Society
A collection of Folio Society books, 101 volumes, in slipcases

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £750
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Lot 147

The Times Newspaper
London, 1797-1816, folio (folded horizontally), pp. [4], 33 issues including 16 numbers for January to December 1797; one issue only for 1798, 1803, 1811, 1812, 1816; two each for 1805, 1809 and 1813; six numbers for 1815.
Red duty stamps 23rd December 1797 onwards, the usual soiling and staining, tatty extremities, no significant loss (33)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110
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Lot 148

Folio Society
A collection of approximately 114 volumes, published by the Folio Society, the majority in original slipcases

Estimate: £200-400

Sold: £600
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Lot 149

Napoleon III
Oevres de Napoleon III, 1856, Paris, four volumes, all edges gilt, calf gilt with Napoleon's crown and bees in gilt to boards;
Mackay (Alex.)
, The Western World; or, Travels in the United States in 1846-47 .., 1849, three volumes, one folding map (of two), calf gilt;
Stow (John)
, The Abridgement of the English Chronicle ..., 1618, Company of Stationers, lackings blanks A1 and A8, bookplate of Mark Masterman Sykes (Sledmere), calf (upper joint cracked);
Bacon (Francis)
, Baconiana. Or Certain Genuine Remains of Sir Francis Bacon .., 1679, portrait frontis, lacks B1 (section title page), calf;
with nineteen others (28)

Estimate: £200-400

Sold: £950
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Lot 150

WARRINGTON (W.) The History of Stained Glass, large folio, chromo frontis, 1 f. facsimile letter, 26 single or double-page chromos, original calf/gilt backed cloth (contents loose; some edge fraying), L., 1848; and 2 other works (3)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £180
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