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The Sovereigns of England from William the Conqueror to Victoria.
London, circa 1860. Hand-colored folding panorama. $375.
William Steig. The Real Thief.
New York, 1973. First edition. $50.
John Betjeman. Ghastly Good Taste; or, a Depressing Story of the Rise and
Fall of English Architecture.
London, 1933. First edition, copy of Eric Gill. $500.
Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice.
London, circa 1890. $850.
William Shakespeare. The Sonnets.
London, 1893. $250.
Henry Green. Doting.
London, 1952. First edition. $150.
Charlotte Brontë. The Professor.
London, 1967. $30.
François, duc de la Rochefoucauld. Maxims.
The Haworth Press, 1931. One of 1075 copies. Text in French and English. $150.
Philip Sidney. Astrophel & Stella.
The Nonesuch Press, 1931. One of 1210 copies.
Inscribed by Cyril Connolly to a colleague at the London Sunday Times,
with Connolly’s funeral program laid in. $350.
James Thomson. The Seasons.
Wood engravings. London, 1863. $175.
A.A. Milne. Winnie-the-Pooh.
London, 1926. First trade edition, illustrated by E.H. Shepard. $4500.
William Shakespeare. The Dramatic Works.
London, 1876. Six volumes. $850.
François Villon. Poésies de Villon.
Paris, 1925. One of 2550 copies,
in a hand-painted vellum binding. Text in French. $175.
Geoffrey Chaucer. The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer.
London, 1775-1778. First Tyrwhitt edition, in five volumes. $3000.
William Wordsworth. The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet’s Mind.
London, 1933. $500.
John Cecil. Sixty Curious and Authentic Narratives and Anecdotes Respecting
Extraordinary Characters.
London, 1819. First edition. $1000.
Ovid. The Art of Love, in Three Books.
London, 1804. Stipple engravings. $900.
My Picture Story-Book, in Prose and Poetry, for the Little Ones.
Philadelphia, 1878. First edition, wood engravings. $250.
Jack Townend. The Clothes We Wear.
Puffin Picture Books, circa 1950. $30.
Sarah Bowdich Lee. Familiar Natural History.
London, 1860. Wood engravings. $200.
Nathaniel Hawthorne. Passages from the American Notebooks.
London, 1868. First English edition. $550.
Edmund Spenser. The Shepherd’s Calendar, Containing Twelve Aeglogues,
Proportionable to the Twelve Months.
London, 1732. Copper engravings. $950.
Xenophon. Xenophon’s Memoirs of Socrates, With the Defence of Socrates,
Before his Judges.
Bath, 1762. First edition, translated by Sarah Fielding. $950.
Muriel Spark and Derek Stanford, editors. Tribute to Wordsworth.
London, 1950. First edition of Spark’s first book. $100.
Henry James. The Golden Bowl.
First English edition, copy of Thomas Hardy. $1350.
A New Primary Dictionary of the English Language.
Philadelphia, 1902. Early owner’s embroidered binding. $400.
James Joyce. Stephen Hero.
New Directions, 1944. First American edition, copy of Lionel Trilling. $600.
Robert Herrick. The Poetical Works.
London, 1893. $500.
Geoffrey Chaucer. The Canterbury Tales. Special Edition for Young Readers.
New York, 1961. First edition, illustrated by Gustaf Tenggren. $75.
Margaret Cardew. A French Alphabet.
London, circa 1950. Color lithographs. $45.
Kate Bingham. Every Girl’s Alphabet.
London, 2010. Signed limited edition,
one of 56 copies, with an original linocut signed by illustrator Luke Martineau. $250.
André Hellé. Images Drôlatiques (Films).
Paris, 1923. First edition, color lithographs. Text in French. $800.
Vladimir Nabokov. Nikolai Gogol.
New Directions, 1944. First edition. $275.
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