AESOP
The Fables of Aesop and Others, with Designs on Wood. By Thomas Bewick. Newcastle, printed by E. Walker, for T. Bewick and Son, sold by them, Longman and Co. London, 1818. £1,750 Royal 8vo., pp. (xxiv) 376.

AINSWORTH, William Harrison
Jack Sheppard. A Romance. London, Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1840. £450 8vo. pp. 480. Presentation copy from the author, inscription on the title page to Ms. William Reynolds. A

BENNET, Edward Turner
The Tower Menagerie: comprising the Natural History of Animals contained in that Establishment. London, printed for Robert Jennings, Poultry, and sold by W.F. Wakeman, Dublin, 1829. £450 8vo. pp. [xviii] 242. Publisher’s dark green quarter calf

BEWICK, Thomas
A History of British Birds. Newcastle, Edward Walker for T. Bewick, sold by him and Longman and Rees, London, 1805. £450 Imperial 8vo. (cut down to Royal 9.5 x 6”), two volumes. Pp. (xxxviii) 346; (xxii) 400.

BEWICK, Thomas
A General History of Quadrupeds. Newcastle, printed by Edw. Walker for T. Bewick, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, London; and Wilson and Sons, York, 1820. £350 Demy 8vo. pp. (x) 528. The Seventh Edition. Full brown calf, skillfully

BUNYAN, John
The Pilgrim’s Progress. Gainsborough, H. Mozley, Market-Place, 1805. £350 12mo. Pp. 332. Publisher’s plain brown half morocco with red title piece. Illustrated with 5 rather crude, full page woodcuts signed

BUTLER, Samuel
Hudibras, in Three Parts, Written in the Time of the Late War: Corrected and Amended. With Large Annotations, and a preface, by Zachary Grey, LL.D.. Adorned with a new Set of Cuts. Vol. I (II). Cambridge, J. Bentham, Printer of the University,

BYRON, Lord
Poems. London, printed for John Murray, Albermarle-Street, by William Bulmer and C., Cleveland-Row, St. James, 1816. (with) The Bride of Abydos (lacking title page) (and) The Corsair (same imprint), 1814.

CAMPBELL, Thomas
The Poetical Works. London, Edward Moxon, Dover Street, 1837. £750 Crown 8vo. Pp. 306. PROOF EDITION. Original yellow publisher’s boards with leather title piece on the back, spelling “Campbell’s Poetical Works.” Repaired tear to head of

CAMPBELL, Thomas
The Poetical Works. London, Edward Moxon, Dover Street, 1837. £450 Crown 8vo. pp. 306. Signed “Bound by Robert Seton. Bookbinder. Mound. Edinburgh” (see Ramsden, p. 216-17) full red morocco

CAMPBELL, Thomas
The Poetical Works. London, Edward Moxon, Dover Street, 1840. £150 Small 8vo. Pp. (ix) 343. Steel-engraved frontispiece portrait of the author after Thos. Lawrence. Signed “Thurnam. Carlisle” (see Ramsden 163). Red, half-morocco binding with

DELEYNE, Alexandre (ed.)
Analyse de la Philosophie du Chancelier Francois Bacon. (with) La Vie du Chancelier. Amsterdam, Artskée & Merkus, 1755. £275 3 volumes, 8vo. (I & II Analyse, III Vie). pp (iii) 2-411 (i),

DELOME, Jean Louis
The Constitution of England (...) in which it is compared both with the Republican Form of Government and other Monarchies in Europe. London, G. Robinson and J. Murray, 1784. £100 8vo. [xvi] 540 [20]. Prefixed

DICKENS, Charles
Oliver Twist. London, Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1838. £3,250 8vo. Three volumes. Pp. 331; 307; 315, with advertisements, illustrated. Original publisher’s

DICKENS, Charles
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. London, Chapman and Hall, 1836-7. £4,750 8vo. pp. (4) (xiv) (2) 609. Extra engraved title page with the “Veller” missprint, with the early marginal note on page 9,

FAIRBURN's Collection of Songs
The Harmonist's Preceptor, or Universal Vocalist. London, J. Fairburn, c. 1830. £450 12mo. (18 x 10.5 cm), pp. 318. Unpaginated and without signatures. Engraved title page and frontispiece with hand-coloured illustrations. 8 additional,

FORGET ME NOT 1825
A Christmas and New Year’s present for 1825. London, R. Ackermann, 1825. £225 12mo. pp. 394 (vi advertisements). First annual to contain steel engravings (Hunnisett [1980] p 140). Contains

FORGET ME NOT 1828
A Christmas and New Year’s present for 1828. Edited by Frederic Shoberl. London, R. Ackermann, 1827. £225 12mo pp. 418 (iv advertisements). Contains 12 illustrations engraved on steel after the

FORGET ME NOT 1829
A Christmas and New Year’s present for 1829. Edited by Frederic Shoberl. London, R. Ackermann, 1828. £175 12mo. pp. 418 (iv advertisements). Contains 14 steel engravings after the popular painters of those

FORGET ME NOT 1831
A Christmas and New Year’s present for 1831. Edited by Frederic Shoberl. London, R. Ackerman, 1830. £225 12mo. pp. 382 (iv advertisements). Contains 15 illustrations engraved on steel after the popular

FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING 1832
A Literary Album and Christmas and New Year’s Present for 1832. London, Smith, Edler & Co., 1831. £175 12mo. Pp. (xii) 284. Embossed maroon full publisher’s morocco binding, hinges skilfully

GALLERY OF MODERN BRITISH ARTISTS
The Gallery of Modern British Artists. London, Simpkin and Marshall, and T.W. Stevens et. al., 1835. £225 4to. pp. 68 and 76 full-page plates. Not in Lowndes. Probably the

GAY, John
Fables. Volume the Second. London, J. and P. Knapton in Ludgate-Street and T. Cox, under the Royal Exchange, 1738. £150 FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (viii) 155. A clean, white copy with crisp

GOLDSMITH, Oliver
The Vicar of Wakefield. Chiswick, C. Whittingham, 1819. £50 Small 12mo. (book block 5 x 3.5 inches), pp. 220. Rebound 1980 in apple-green linen (Emmanuel Pedersen, Copenhagen) with brown leather title piece on

GOLDSMITH, Oliver and PARNELL, Thomas
Poems by Goldsmith and Parnell. London, Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. Shakespeare Printing Office, 1804. £275 Square 8vo. (xxvi) 68. Clean and crisp copy, preserved as published, uncut in the original publisher’s light-blue boards with pink back

HALL, S. C. (Ed.)
The Book of Gems. The Modern Poets and Artists of Great Britain. London, Whittaker and Co, Ave Maria Lane, 1838. £1,250 8vo. Pp. (xvi) 204 + 4. Full, green publisher’s gilt morocco presentation binding with arabesque design on sides.

HALL, S. C. (Ed.)
THE AMULET, A Christian and Literary Remembrancer. London, Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis, 1831. £225 12mo., pp. 360. With 12 full page steel engravings, two of which after John Martin and William Turner. Exquisitely bound in a full, dark

HORACE
Quintii Horatii Flacci Opera. London, Johannes Pine, 1733 (1737). £2,250 8vo. In two volumes. Pp. (xxx) 264, (i), (xxii) 191, (xiii). Engraved text and illustrations throughout done in

HOYLE'S GAMES
HOYLES GAMES IMPROVED and Selected as a Companion to the Card Table. London, W. Lowndes, Longman, Hurst, Rees, 1820. £125 12mo. Pp. 192. Half, light brown calf (ca. 1900) bound with the original front cover (soiled), interior unfoxed. For a

KOREAN MAP, Capital Province
JEONG CHEOK MAP OF KOREA'S CAPITAL PROVINCE Map of the capital province, Joseon Korea. Korea, first half of 18th century. £2,750 Hand-drawn map, first half of the 18th century, depicting the capital

KOREAN MAP, Jeolla Province
JEONG CHEOK MAP OF KOREAN PROVINCE Map of Jeolla province, Joseon Korea. Korea, first half of 18th century. £2,250 Hand-drawn map, first half of the 18th century, depicting Jeolla 全羅, sixth of the eight provinces of Joseon Korea (Joseon paldo

LOCKHART, J. G.
Ancient Spanish Ballads. London, Bradbury & Evans for John Murray, 1856. £450 4to., unpaginated. Profusely illustrated with wood engravings. Publisher’s prospectus included.

LUTTRELL, Narcissus. Seal.
Desk Seal. £4,950 Elegant bone and silver-mounted desk seal, c. 1682, the handle in the form of a sphere unscrewing at its equator with a compartment for wafers, the intaglio quartz matrix (1 cm) with the arms of Narcissus Luttrell and his wife

MILLER, Thomas
Turner and Girtin's Picturesque Views, Sixty Years Since. London, J. Hogarth, 1854. £200 Imperial 8vo. (lx) 164 + 30 engravings on copper. Publisher's red,

NORTHCOTE, James
One Hundred Fables. London, J. Johnson for Geo. Lawford, 1828. £1,650 Royal 8vo. Pp. (iii) 272. Large paper copy in publisher’s light brown boards with black title piece, expertly restored spine, a fine

PENNANT, Thomas
Some Account of London. Second Edition. London, Robert Faulder, 1791. £350 4to pp. [vi] + 2 (instructions to the binder) 479 [viii]. Modern quarter pigskin, marbled boards. MS ex libris of Samuel Wyat, 1792, the celebrated architect, some

POE, Edgar Allan
The Poetical Works. London, W. Kent & Co (Late D. Bogue), 1859. Foolscap 8vo pp. 188 [iv]. £75 Illustrated with wood engravings by the bros. Dalziel after Wehnert, James Godwin, Hulme, Weir and Anelay. Publisher’s blind-pressed red cloth

RATHBONE, Hannah Mary
The Diary of Lady Willoughby... London, imprinted for Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1845. £125 Large 12mo (counted 4to) pp 220. Embossed, maroon full publishers presentation binding, signed Hayday, with small inscribed vellum panels

RITCHIE, Leith
Wanderings by the Loire. London, published by the proprietor, by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman and Rittner and Goupil, Paris, 1833. £250 Roy 8vo pp (viii) 256. FIRST EDITION, FIRST PUBLISHED STATE, Extra engraved t.p.

ROGERS, Samuel
Italy, a poem. London, printed for T. Cadel [etc] 1830. £1650 Crown 8vo pp (viii) 284. FIRST EDITION (except for the “Proofs”). Contains 56 engravings on steel after designs by William Turner and Thomas Stothard, the majority after

ROGERS, Samuel
Italy, a Poem. London, Printed for T. Cadell [etc]. 1836. £100 Crown 8vo pp 296. Crisp and clean impressions of the steel engraved vignettes, no sign of wear to the plates. With bookplate (C.B. Farwell) finely engraved on steel and

ROGERS, Samuel
The Pleasures of Memory... London, printed by Thomas Bensley [etc], 1801. £175 12mo pp (vi) 188. Large Paper copy on copper-plate paper. With 15 delicate engravings on copper by Charles Heath after Stothard (see A. C. Coxhead, Stothard,

ROGERS, Samuel
Poems. London, printed for T. Cadell [etc], 1834. £750 Crown 8vo pp. 296. FIRST EDITION, proof issue, each engraving signed “Proof”. Publisher’s yellow glazed paper boards with leather title piece lettered “Rogers’ Poems. Proofs”. Title

RUSKIN, John
Pre-Raphaelitism. London, Smith, Elder & Co, 1851. £1350 8vo pp 68 (i). Bound, uncut with original light blue paper covers in modern, blue half morocco with marbled boards by Lars Sandgreen of Copenhagen in 1974. First edition of this

SOMERVILLE, William
The Chase; a Poem. London, printed by William Bulmer and Co. 1802. [Half title idem, but] Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand, 1804. £250 Square 8vo. p [vii] [vii-xxiii] 6 6-105 [i]. Full calf binding. This is the 2nd

TAYLOR, Isaac
The Mine, or Subterranean Wonders. London, Grant and Griffith, [1845]. £125 Large 16mo (5.5 x 4.5 inches) pp 252 [xxxii - advertisements]. Lowndes 2582. Publisher’s decorated red cloth. Bookplate (“la Baronne Barbe de Plessen,

THE BIJOU
THE BIJOU, or Annual of Literature and the Arts. London, William Pickering, Chancery Lane, 1828. £100 12mo. pp 320 [iv]. Publisher’s half morocco with printed decoration on the board papers, binding somewhat worn, interior fine.

THE KEEPSAKE for 1828
THE KEEPSAKE for 1828. London, published for the proprietor by Hurst, Chance & Co, 1827. 8vo pp. £175 [xii] 312. First year of this annual. Publisher’s full crimson silk binding with gilt lettering on the spine. Binder’s ticket (F.

THE KEEPSAKE FOR 1830
THE KEEPSAKE for 1830. London, published for the proprietor by Hurst, Chance & Co, [1829]. £175 8vo pp. [viii] 352. Contains 18 steel engravings after Stothard, Thos. LAwrence, William Turner, Bonnington and others. Publisher’s full

THE KEEPSAKE FOR 1831
THE KEEPSAKE for 1831 London, published for the proprietor by Hurst, Chance & Co, [1830]. £175 8vo pp [viii] 320. Contains 18 steel engravings after Flaxman, Bonnington, Turner (2) and others. Publisher’s full crimson silk binding with

THE KEEPSAKE FOR 1832
THE KEEPSAKE for 1832 London, published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, [1831]. £225 8vo pp. [iv] 320. Contains 17 steel engravings after Turner (3), John Martin and others. Publisher’s full crimson silk binding with gilt

THE KEEPSAKE FOR 1833
THE KEEPSAKE for 1833 London, published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman. Paris, Rittner and Goupil. Frankfurt, Charles J Ygil, [1832]. £225 8vo pp [iv] 308. Contains 17 steel engravings after Turner (2), John Martin,

THE KEEPSAKE FOR 1834
THE KEEPSAKE for 1834 London, published by Longman, Rees, Ormes, Brown, Green and Longman. Paris, Rittner and Goupil. Berlin, A. Asher, [1833]. £225 8vo pp. [viii] 312. Contains 16 steel engravings after Turner (2), Stothard, Stanfield

THOMSON, James
The Season... London, printed for John Sharpe...by Charles Whittingham, Chiswick, 1824. £200 Tall 12mo pp. 215. Dedication from one young girl to another neatly calligraphed on flyleaf. Publisher’s presentation binding in full, Prussian

THOMSON, James
The Works of Mr. Thomson... London, printed for A. Miller, 1738. £175 8vo in 2 vols (The 2nd vol t.p. has the added lines: “With Alterations and Additions”) pp. 277 [viii] 75 [v]; [viii] 238 [vii] 71 [i]. Contemporary calf, rebacked,

TRUSLER, John
The Works of Mr. Hogarth Moralized. £150 London, J. Goodwin [N.D. but paper watermarked 1824]. 4to pp. [xv] 287. With 76 engravings in the text by Corbould and Dent; printed borders on each page framing the text matter. Printed on Whatman’s

TURNER, Joseph Mallord William
Turner and Girtin’s Picturesque Views Sixty Years Since. Ed. by Thomas Miller. London, J. Hogarth, 1854. £200 Imperial 8vo [lx] 164+ 30 engravings on copper. Rawlinson,vol I 1-15a, reprint A. The first re-printing ( = 3rd state) of

WALTON, Izaak
The Complete Angler... London, Henry Kent Causton, 1851. £450 Small 8vo pp. 418. With 13 full-page engravings on copper by Ths. Cook and John Pye after Wale and Nash and 72 neat, but anonymous vignettes engraved on wood. Publisher’s blue

WATTS, Alaric A. (ed.) LITERARY SOUVENIR 1825
The Literary Souvenir. London, Printed for Hurst, Robinson and Co...and A. Constable & Co. Edinburgh, November 1824. £125 8vo. (12mo. large paper copy) pp. (xii) 394 (ii

WATTS, Alaric A. (ed.) LITERARY SOUVENIR 1828
The Literary Souvenir. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, 1828 [November 1827]. £150 8vo. (12mo., large paper copy) pp. (xxii) 406. Original dark red half-morocco with gilt

WATTS, Alaric A. (ed.) LITERARY SOUVENIR 1830
The Literary Souvenir. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, 1829. £120 8vo. (12mo., large paper copy) pp. (xx) 364. 12 steel engravings, printed on India Paper, after paintings and drawings by the prominent artists of those days, one

WATTS, Alaric A. (ed.) LITERARY SOUVENIR 1832
The Literary Souvenir. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, 1831. £120 8vo. pp. (xvi) 344. Signed (Oremnant & Edwards, Paternoster Row) full dark green calf binding with a simple, blind-stamped