London: Fine Art Society, 1905. descriptive catalogue of his etched works. 45 plates, (26 etchings, 4 watercolors and 16 pencil drawings) portrait of Haig and 1 original etching signed in pencil of the Burgos Cathedral, lettered tissue guards throughout. Rubricated title, t.e.g.. Scattered foxing on the first few pages. Very thick tall 4to, 3/4 green morocco. London: Fine Art Society, 1905.
1778. Two-sided etching, line-engraving and aquatint on paper. Image measures 18 x 14 1/2". This etching depicts William Pitt (1708-78), first Earl of Chatham and known as "the Great Commoner," who was a long-time opponent of Britain's policy towards its American colonies. Barry published these two prints in 1778 in posthumous support of the Earl, writing at the bottom, "This print is most respectfully addressed to the Patriotic members of both houses of Parliament and to all who preserve a....
Sussex: Dominic's Press, 1920. With an Introduction, Appendix and Illustrations by Eric Gill. 31 in-text woodcut figures. viii, 40pp. Short slim 8vo, 1/4 cloth over brown printed boards (a little edgeworn and dusty; front endpaper toned and with ghost of old inscription, otherwise quite clean). Ditchling, Sussex: S. Dominic's Press, 1920. A very good(+) copy of this scarce book.
Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1904. No text save the title page. This is a suite of 213 woodcut engravings by Armand Seguin, printed on thin China paper before lettering; loose as issued in printed wrappers. Paris: Ambroise Vollard, 1904. Minimal foxing on a handful of plates, still a very good(+) copy of this scarce limited edition -- number 8 [of only 20]. The total edition was 350 and this suite was intended to accompany the 20 special copies printed on Japan paper.
London: Young, 1819. 155 portraits, including 14 by George Cruikshank, numerous wood-engraved tailpieces. Scattered foxing, browning and offsetting. A marvelous portrait gallery of scoundrels, eccentrics, convicts, thieves, beggars, strongmen, tightrope walkers, debauchées, giants, dwarves, prize fighters, spies, traitors, prostitutes, idiots, showmen, writers, paupers, and other remarkable persons who lived between 1688 and 1760. 4 vols. 4to., 12 1/2 x 10 inches, rebound in gray cloth. London: H. R. Young & T. H. Whiteley, 1819. Large paper edition. First Edition. Newspaper article from 1933 pasted onto inside front cover.
Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, 1985. With an introductory memoir by Joan Hassall and an appreciation of her technique by George Mackley. 469 black & white illustrations by Joan Hassall. 160pp. Tall 8vo, black cloth. Middlesex: Private Libraries Assocaition, (1985). A near fine copy without a dust wrapper.
Winn, 1984. Contributions by Etel Adnan, Jim Fergus, Jim Harrison, Thomas McGuane & Hunter Thompson, & with an autobiographical sketch by R.C. 24 color plates and other illustrations in black & white. Small slim oblong 8vo, white linen, (lightly soiled), brown label on front cover. Seattle: Winn, 1984. With 2 small charming (5 1/2 x 7") original sepia etchings, artists proofs, in a back pocket.
London: Churchill, John, 1704. Engraving. Image measures 11" x 14". Named after the patron saint of Wales, Fort St. David lies in Pulicat on the Coromandel Coast, in South East India. It served as a trading post of the British East India Trading Company. The engraving shows a bird's eye view of the fort and its layout. From Churchill's "Collection of Voyages and Travels"