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New York: Gagosian, 2004. 40 full page color plates, including 6 folding. 102pp., 4to, blue cloth-backed boards, d.w.; minor bumping to bottom rear edge. New York: Gagosian Gallery, (2003). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Published on the occasion of the exhibition: Howard Hodgkin 8 November - 20 December 2003.
London: Murray, 1827. 385 pages, 12mo, 3/4 brown calf, marbled boards, red leather spine label. Heraldic bookplate, previous owners small neat signature on title page. Page "B", first page of text, has been repaired with no loss of text. London: John Murray. Third Edition. Corrected and Revised. Very good(+).
London: Westminster Press, 1925. Slim 8vo, linen-backed blue boards, d.w. (chipped and rubbed). London: Westminster Press, 1925. Reprinted from the edition of 1636. A near fine copy with un-opened pages in a very good dust wrapper. Number 358 of 625 numbered copies. The Haslewood Books. Previous owner's bookplate.
London: Nichols, 1790. Thick 4to, xxii, 476 pages. Original polished calf (well-rubbed and worn at edges; hinges cracked but holding). London: Printed for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols, 1790. First Edition. Overall a very good(-) copy, but internally quite clean. Oxford 119; Bitting 532.
London: Graphotone Co. Collection of 104 black & white photographs illustrating many famous British views and houses tipped in and fully described, indexed at rear of volume. 106 pages. Thick folio, bound in original green pictorial cloth (rubbed and spotted; repaired at ends and inner hinges strengthened). London: Graphotone Co., no date, ca. 1900. A very good(-) copy.
Map. Pen and ink with watercolor. Image measures 18 x 12.5". This anonymous pen and ink map of the British Isles was produced around the middle of the 19th century, likely by a student or apprentice as training in geography, drafting, and penmanship. The relative simplicity of the map suggests that the student was working from a school atlas as opposed to a more elaborate source. Major roads, rivers, and cities are all labeled, but the anonymous cartographer has clearly.....
Map. Pen and ink with watercolor. Sheet measures 7 x 8.5". This beautiful schoolgirl or schoolboy manuscript map of England and Wales beautifully depicts from Scotland south to the English Channel. Essentially two maps on a single sheet, the left map depicts the region with detailed topography throughout. Towns, rivers and mountains are noted with a key in the top left corner. The right hand side of the map depicts "The Saxon Heptarchy" and territories are numbered and shaded in.....
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1813. 212 pages. 8vo, blue cloth-backed boards; with a contemporary cancellation note ("This book was withdrawn...") in ink on front cover, although partially obscured by newer cloth backing, corners bumped, some foxing throughout. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1813. A very good copy.