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COCKRAM, JOHN [Editor]: Brockenhurst and the Two World Wars.

Published by the author in aid of The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal, no date [2001]. Black & white photographic illustrations. Folio, pp.285, softcovers; generally an excellent copy.

£10.00

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EXHIBITION CATALOGUE: Painters of the New Forest 1800-1920.

Bournemouth: Hampshire Gallery, 1973. Exhibition catalogue with biographies of the artists. Illustrations. Folio (11 3/4 x 8 inches), 27-pages. Original green pictorial wrappers; wrappers edge rubbed and very slightly creased.

£20.00

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FORBES, GLADYS MACKENZIE: The Enchanted Forest (Pen Pictures of the New Forest). Illustrated by Jacynth Parsons.

Item No. 17012

Bournemouth: W. Mate, 1919. First edition. Plates. Small 8vo (7 1/4 x 5 inches), 67-pages. Original cloth; binding damp mottled in browned, marked and curled dust jacket. Uncommon.

£15.00

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GIBBINS, H.E.J: Gipsies of the New Forest and Other Tales.

Item No. 16900

Item No. 16900

Bournemouth: W. Mate & Sons, 1909. First edition. Plates from photographs. 8vo, pp.126, original green cloth; binding somewhat spotted, List of books (25 vols.) that may be borrowed in aid of Medical Missions on pastedowns. front free endpaper laid down on front pastedown. Rare.

£155.00

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GILPIN, WILLIAM: Remarks on Forest Scenery, and other Woodland Views, relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty illustrated by the Scenes of New Forest in Hampshire. The Third Edition in Two Volumes.

Item No. 16902

Item No. 16902

London: for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1808. Two volumes. Double-page map and 31 plates, the landscapes being sepia ovals. 8vo (9 x 5 1/2 inches), pages: xv:344 & 362, contemporary half green calf, marbled boards, recently finely rebacked in matching green calf, crimson and black lettering pieces, gilt ornaments within gilt rulled raised bands, original marbled endpapers reained bearing the engraved bookplate of E & M Thompson dated 1842. Some foxing to prelims, but generally clean within. A handsome copy in excellent condition.

£175.00

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HARDCASTLE, FELICITE: Aspects of a New Forest Village. Records of Burley.

Item No. 14437

Spalding: Chameleon International, 1987. Number 454 of the "Special Edition", unsigned. Illustrations. 4to (12 x 8 1/2 inches), 252-pages. Original green cloth in dustwrapper; very good.

£140.00

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HARDCASTLE, FELICITE: Aspects of a New Forest Village. Records of Burley.

Item No. 16899

 

Spalding: Chameleon International, 1987. Revised and Extended Edition. Well illustrated. Small folio (12 x 8 1/2 inches), 252-pages. Fine in the very good, slightly edge curled, dust jacket. Uncommon.

£160.00

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JAMES, JUDE: Comyn's New Forest. 1817 Directory of Life in the Parishes of Boldre & Brockenhurst.

Item No. 16898

Ringwood, Hampshire: C.J. Newsome in conjunction with Lymington Historical Record Society, 1982. Limited edition, Number 302 signed by the author. Illustrated in black & white. Folio (12 x 8 1/2 inches), pp.viii:189, original green cloth lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover in price clipped dust jacket; very good indeed.

Uncommon.

£165.00

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KLITZ, PHILIP: Sketches of Life, Character, and Scenery In The New Forest: A series of tales, Rural, Domestic, Legendary, and Humorous.

Item No. 15498

Item No. 15498

London: Orr & Co., Romsey: Lordan, 1850. Only edition. 8vo (8 x 5 inches), pages: viii:(1):(6, list of subscribers):7 ("A Catalogue of Musical Publications, Composed by Philip Klitz, Professor of Music..."):(1, an advertisement for "Colloquies on Poetry...." by C. L. Lordan, of Romsey, Printer. Lordan being the printer of the present work. Original cloth blocked in blind, the spine titled in gilt. Some fading to spine; joint partly cracked between half-title and title but firm, spine slightly slanted but overall very good. Exceedingly scarce.

£180.00

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LEWIS, PERCIVAL: Historical Inquiries, Concerning Forests and Forest Laws, with Topographical Remarks, upon the Ancient and Modern State of the New Forest, in the County of Southampton.

Item No. 16906

Item No. 16906

Item No. 16906

Item No. 16906

London: for T. Payne, 1811. First edition. Engraved frontispiece, by C. Sheringham, depicting woodmen beneath a tree with greyhounds observing in the distance shipbuilding at Buckler's Hard.Double-page engraved map with contemporary coloured wash. 4to (11 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches), pages: vi:227:[1, errata]. Contemporary full tan calf, gilt rules to sides, at some time expertly rebacked retaining the original backstrip, gilt in compartments with crimson lettering piece; some rubbing and scuffing but overall attractive. Some foxing to frontispiece but overall clean internally. Engraved armorial bookplate of Samuel George Smith on front pastedown. Rare.

£475.00

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LEWIS, PERCIVAL. Historical Inquiries, Concerning Forests and Forest Laws, with Topographical Remarks, upon the Ancient and Modern State of the New Forest, in the County of Southampton.

London: for T. Payne, 1811. First edition. Engraved frontispiece, by C. Sheringham, depicting woodmen beneath a tree with greyhounds observing in the distance shipbuilding at Buckler's Hard. Folding engraved map with contemporary coloured wash. 4to (11 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches), pages: vi:227:[1, errata]. Recent half tan calf, marbled boards, spine lettered and decorated in gilt direct. Bound without the half-title. Foxing to frontispiece else internally very good indeed. With, bound-in at end 4-page manuscript details of land enclosed in the New Forest and lands thrown open; this circa 1830. Also another leaf detailing lands to be drained and the costs involved in doing so.

£550.00

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MAYS, JAMES O'DONALD: The New Forest Book. An Illustrated Anthology.

Burley, Ringwood, Hampshire: New Forest Leaves, 1989. First edition. Colour plates and black & white illustrations. Folio, pp.368, original simulated green leather, lettered in gilt on spine and with an oak tree stamped in gilt on upper cover in dustwrapper; very good. Signed by the author on title.

£15.00

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PASMORE, HUGH: A New Forest Commoner Remembers. Babies Is Like Pigs and other Tales from the Past. Plates drawn by John Oldfield.

Burley: New Forest Leaves, 1991. First edition. Colour plates and black & white illustrations. Tall 8vo, pp.160, original cloth in price-clipped dustwrapper; an excellent copy. Signed by the author on the title-page. Signature on front free endpaper.

£12.00

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PECKHAM, BARRY: Seasons on the Forest. A Collection of Watercolours and Sketches on The New Forest.

Item No. 10706

Bournemouth: Red Post Books, 2005. First edition. Coloured plates. Oblong 4to, pp.104, original cloth. Very good in like dustwrapper. Signed by the author on title.

£35.00

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ROBERTS, PETER: Minstead. Life in a 17th Century New Forest Community.

Southampton: Nova Foresta Publishing, 2002. First edition. Black & white illustrations. 8vo, pp.ix:166, original cloth in dustwrapper; an excellent copy.

£10.00

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SUMNER, HEYWOOD: Excavations in New Forest Roman Pottery Sites, with Plans and Illustrations of the Construction of the Pottery Kilns, of the Different Wares made, and of a Potter's Hut.

Item No. 16903

London: Printed at the Chiswick Press, 1927. First edition. Black & white illustrations, maps (1 folding). 8vo, pp.124, original brown cloth lettered in gilt; headbands a trifle bruised but overall a truly excellent copy

£90.00

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SUMNER, HEYWOOD: A Guide to the New Forest. With 10 Illustrations and a Map.

Item No. 16897

Ringwood: Charles Brown, 1923. First edition.Double-page map, illustrations from drawings by Sumner. Small 8vo (7 x 5 inches), 88-pages plus advertisements. Original decorated wrappers; edge creasing to wrappers and some light soiling, some foxing. The title added in ink to an otherwise plain backstrip.

£25.00

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SUMNER, HEYWOOD (Edited by): A New Forest Bibliography & List of Maps.

Item No. 16901

Southampton: H. M. Gilbert,.1925. 12mo (6 1/4 x 4 inches).a pamphlet of 16-pages, wire stitched as issued. Some splitting at spine, wire rusted, a few spots of foxing. Uncommon.

£25.00

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SUMNER, HEYWOOD: Local Papers - Archaeological & Topographical. Hampshire, Dorset, & Wiltshire.

Item No. 16904

London: at the Chiswick Press, 1931. First edition. Frontispiece, maps (some folding) & illustrations. 8vo, pp. 248, original green cloth; headbands a little bruised but overall a truly excelent copy.

£40.00

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TUBBS, COLIN R: The New Forest. History, Ecology, & Conservation.

Item No. 15551

Lyndhurst: New Forest Centenary Trust, 2001. 2nd (revised) edition. Coloured plates, b&w illustrations. 8vo (8 1/2 x 6 inches), 400-pages. An excellent copy in like dust jacket which has sunning/fading to the backstrip.

£60.00

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TUBBS, COLIN R: The New Naturalist. The New Forest.

Item No. 9603

London: Colins, 1986. First edition. With 20 colour photographs and over 100 photographs and diagrams in black & white. Large 8vo, pp.300, original softcovers; stitching slightly strained on either side of the colour photograph section but generally firm; some slight shelf-wear, else in all other respects extremely good.

£18.00

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WALTON, VERONICA [Editor]: Beatrice of Bolderwood. The Diary of a New Forest Girl, 1899.

Lyndhurst: New Forest Ninth Centenary Trust, New Forest Museum & Library, 2004. Illustrations. 8vo, pp.73, original cloth; fine in like dustwrapper.

£20.00

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WISE, JOHN R: The New Forest: Its History and its Scenery. With 63 illustrations, Drawn by Walter Crane, Engraved by W.J. Linton, and two maps.

Item No. 16908

London: Smith, Elder, 1863. First edition. Two maps, one double-page. 8vo (9 3/4 x 7 inches), 336-pages. Original red bevelled cloth heavily and elaborately blocked in blind and gilt, all edges gilt. Headbands rubbed through as are the corners, upper inner hinge cracked but holding, some foxing to prelims and some other scattered foxing but overall internally clean and the binding bright and attractive.

£90.00

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WISE, JOHN R: The New Forest: Its History and its Scenery. With 63 illustrations, Drawn by Walter Crane, Engraved by W. J. Linton, and two maps.

Item No. 16479

London: Smith, Elder, 1863. First edition. Two maps, one double-page. 8vo (9 3/4 x 7 inches), 336-pages. Original green bevelled cloth heavily and elaborately blocked in blind and gilt, all edges gilt. Upper inner joint cracked, gilt to spine and upper cover dulled; overall very sound.

£90.00

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WISE, JOHN R: The New Forest: Its History and its Scenery. With 63 illustrations, Drawn by Walter Crane, Engraved by W. J. Linton, and two maps.

Item No. 13367

London: Smith, Elder, 1863. First edition. Two maps, one double-page. 8vo (9 3/4 x 7 inches), 336-pages. Original green bevelled cloth heavily and elaborately blocked in blind and gilt, all edges gilt. Short splits at head and base of joints, 2-inch split to cloth at centre of lower joint, corners and headbands bumped, and with some rubbing, corners rubbed through, but overall the binding very sound and attractive. Inner hinges tender. Foxing to prelims. Ink inscription on recto of frontispiece.

£115.00

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