ANON: Ein Veilchen - Strauss Blumen Gruse in Wort und Bild.

Leipzig: Wezel & Naumann, c. 1890. Lithographic illustrations. 12mo, pp.(12), original chromolitho. pictorial boards, silk tie-bound, all edges gilt, a very good copy.


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ANON; DE GUERIN, EUGENIE. TREBUTIEN, G.S. [Editor]: Lettres d'Eugenie de Guerin. Sixieme Edition.

Paris: Didier, 1865. 8vo, pp.516, contemporary half vellum, spine gilt extra with lettering piece; lettering piece a little rubbed, vellum a little dust marked.


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ANON: The Commonplace Philosopher in Town and Country, by the author of The Recreations of a Country Parson.

London: Parker Son and Bourn, 1862. First edition. 8vo, pp. iv:391, original blindstamped cloth; headband a little rubbed.


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ANON: The Story of The Star, 1888 - 1930.

London: The Star, ca. 1930. Two parts in one volume. Tipped-in sepia portraits, illustrations. Square 8vo pp.111, original blue cloth; upper cover spotted and marked else good. Newspaper history.


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BOUNAND, FRANCOIS: Le Clerge Pendant La Commune 1871.

Paris: Tolra, c. 1892. Plates. 8vo, pp. 374:(2, adverts.) original pictorial red cloth blocked in black and gilt, a.e.g. Very short split to outer joint else good.


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COX, SIR GEORGE (Editor): The Little Cyclopaedia of Common Things. Second Edition.

Item No. 16922

London: Kegan Paul, Trench, 1882. Illustrations in the text. 8vo (8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches), 660-pages. Contemporary half red morocco, spine gilt in compartments and gilt lettered direct; well and solidly bound. Foxing to prelims. Acid & Acorn through to Zebra & Zinc.


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MIELKE, WILLY: Paprikaschoten.

Hamburg: Benjamin, n.d. Portrait. 8vo, pp.82, original pictorial wrappers. Wrappers marked, portrait soiled.


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UPTON, FLORENCE K. [Illustrator]; WELLCOME, HENRY S: Thanksgiving Day Banquet of the American Society in London. Henry S. Wellcome in the Chair. R. Newton Crane in the Vice-Chair.

Item No. 6118

London: Hotel Cecil, November 26th 1896. A sumptuous menu, wine list, and programme, illustrated from photographs and in line by Florence Upton. 8vo, pp. 104:32(supplement) padded decorated leather, all edges gilt, bound by Mansell. Spine and corners rubbed, headband chipped


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