The New Forest

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.


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GILPIN, WILLIAM (Vicar of Boldre in the New-Forest). Presentation copy from the young Lord John Russell (the future Prime Minister) to his school master: Remarks on Forest Scenery, and other woodland views (Relative Chiefly to Picturesque Beauty ) Illustrated by the Scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire.


Item No. 19521


Printed for R. Blamire, London, 1791. Complete with 31 plates, the views oval sepia aquatints, double-page tinted map.Two volumes 8vo (8 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches), pages vii:328:iv:7 & 308:iii;20, 19th Century half green calf, marbled boards, spines gilt lettered direct; some rubbing to marbled boards, overall very good and sound, clean internally. Attractive 20th Century bookplate on front pastedowns. Inscribed "Presented to Mr John Master by his Pupil Lord John Russell, Woodnesborough, Nr. Sandwich" Russell was a pupil of the Revd. John Smith at Woodnesborough between 1805 &1808 which if the volumes were a parting gift Russell would have been aged 16 years. Ruseell served as Prime Minister 1846-1852 & again 1865-1866. 


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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.


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PHILLIPS, C.J: The New Forest Handbook: Historical and Descriptive. With a New Map and Itinerary. Illustrated with Original Photographs by J. G. Short.

J.G. Short, Lyndhurst, 1876. 2nd edition (but the first to be illustrated with photographs). Folding map at front and 10 albumen photographs mounted on thin card leaves within black ruled borders; these captioned in very light pencil on the blank margins. 8vo (8 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches), 106-pages with 1 leaf of advertisements at end. Original bevelled green cloth attractively blocked in gilt, all edges gilt. Some marking to lower bevelled edge, headbands a trifle bruised. Overall this is a superb copy. Inscribed on verso of front free endpaper: "Presented to G. J. Smith, August 29th 1880, by his loving wife Fannie". 


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SALE PARTICULARS: Canterton in the New Forest one mile from Brook, Bramshaw and Cadnam. Freehold Estate to be sold by auction.

Item No. 17998

October 20th 1845. at the Green Dragon Inn, Brook. Dwelling House, Outbuildings, 4 a rich pasture ... orchard. Sale notice 21 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches, some yellowing, folds.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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