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Brown, Ford Madox, Edward Burne-Jones, William Holman Hunt, Frederick Sandys, Simeon Solomon, et. al. (illus.), DALZIELS' BIBLE GALLERY (1881)  Click Here For More Info

[Dalziel, George and Edward], THE BROTHERS DALZIEL: A RECORD OF FIFTY YEARS' WORK IN CONJUNCTION WITH MANY OF THE MOST DISTINGUISHED ARTISTS OF THE PERIOD 1840-1890, WITH SELECTED PICTURES BY, AND AUTOGRAPH LETTERS... (London: Methuen & Co., 1901).  First edition, 25 x 19.5cm (large 8vo), in publisher's navy linen w/gilt border to fr. cover & gilt title to fr. cover & spine, t.e.g. (fore-edges untrimmed), cream ep.s, 359 [xvi] pp. w/numerous in-text & full-page b&w illus, +4pp. publ. adverts to rear.  Printed by the authors at their Camden Press, London.  Association Copy inscr. to recto of fr. ep.: "To Winifred Gascoyne Dalziel at 'Caldecote Farmers[?]' school nr. Harrow, with love from her father W. Gascoyne Dalziel, Wain Farm[?], Cross Keys, Monmouthshire, December 1901. The 'Dalziel Bros' who are the authors of this book are 3[sic] of the brothers of her Great Grandfather, the late William Dalziel who died at Penarth Glamorganshire in 1872, and they are now residing--George & Edward--in London and at Brighton, and Thomas at Hume Bay. W.G.D."  Binding Good (extremities bumped & worn, & hinges mended); contents Very Good (a few late sections loosening).  (Inv. #1282)  C$150

Doyle, Richard, JACK THE GIANT KILLER (London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, n.d. [1888]).  First edition, 25 x 20cm [4to], in publisher's burgundy linen w/black title & design to fr. cover, bevelled edges, lt. tan floral design on biege ep.s, 48 pp., each decorated w/coloured illus. within coloured borders, all by the author, +"Publisher's Introduction" slip tipped in before p.3.  Inscribed to verso of fr. ep.: "To Marjorie Warren, with all good wishes for the year MCMX, Frederick Pollock"; also w/a small ink sketch of 3 pelicans holding books lightly sewn over the inscription (easily removable).  Binding Good (extremities bumped & sl. worn, covers a bit soiled, hinges cracked, & ep.s moderately toned); contents Very Good (lt. thumbing to fore-edges, & a few minor stains).  Osborne 29, Ray 140.  (Inv. #1063)  C$150

Ellis, F[rederick]. S[tartridge]., and Walter Crane (illus.), THE HISTORY OF REYNARD THE FOX HIS FAMILY FRIENDS AND ASSOCIATES. WITH GLOSSORIAL NOTES IN VULPINE VERSE AND AN INDEX-SUMMARY OF CHIEF MATTERS CONTAINED IN THE STORY (London: David Nutt, 1894).  First edition, 22 x 17cm (4to), in publisher's navy buckram w/gilt title to fr. cover & spine, a.e. untrimmed, 346 (x) pp. w/tissue-guarded frontis & prelim titlepage & numerous head-&-tailpieces all designed by Crane.  Printed on watermarked "Spalding" handmade paper by Charles Whittingham & Co. at the Chiswick Press, London.  Binding Very Good (expertly rebacked w/most of the original spine laid down, extremities & rear cover sl. marked, & ep.s a bit browned); contents Near-Fine.  Ashley II 104, Colbeck 28 (under Crane).  (Inv. #1168)  C$200


Farrar, Frederic W[illiam]., THE LIFE OF CHRIST (London: Cassell Petter & Galpin, n.d. [1874]).  Two volumes, sixth edition, 22 x 14cm (tall 8vo), in publisher's brown sand-grain cloth w/embossed ruling to covers & gilt titles to spines, dark green ep.s, 480 (xxxii) & 516 (xii) pp. w/tissue-guarded frontis wood engravings by "WH" after William Holman Hunt to each vol., +4pp. publ. adverts to rear of vol. I.  Printed in London by the publisher, this title went thru several editions in 1874, but Holman Hunt's designs were omitted from the 1st ed.  Bindings Good (extremities sl. rubbed, fr. hinges cracked, prev. owner's labels removed from fr. ep.s, & 2 small closed tears to fr. ep. of Vol. I); contents Near-Fine.  See Goldman 216.  (Inv. #547)  C$150

Foster, [Miles] Birket (illus.) and John Sliegh (binding & ornamental designs), ODES AND SONNETS, ILLUSTRATED (London: George Routledge & Co., 1859).  First edition, 22 x 15cm (small 4to), in publisher's russet morocco-grain cloth w/elaborate gilt title & design by Sliegh to covers & spine, bevelled edges, a.e.g., cream ep.s, 107 [iv] cardstock pp. w/titlepages & numerous ornaments by Sliegh & numerous illus. by Foster, all printed in colours by the Dalziels.  With literary contributions from Milton, Wordsworth, Byron, Shakespeare,  et. al.  Printed at the Camden Press, London.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. bumped rubbed & soiled, & hinges re-inforced); contents Very Good (occas. lt. soiling, & 2 gutters split)--a very attractive example of an early colour printing process.  White 110, Ball 91-92 & 162.  (Inv. #1347)  C$400

Gilbert, William, Matthew Browne (aka William Brighty Rands), et. al. (contrib.s), and Arthur Hughes, Ernest Griset, et. al. (illus.), GOOD THINGS FOR THE YOUNG OF ALL AGES ANNUAL FOR 1873 (London: Henry S. King & Co., [1872-]1873).  First edition, 23.5 x 17cm (4to), in publisher's green fine-ribbed cloth w/gilt & black decorations & title to fr. cover & spine, embossed decorations to rear, a.e.g., pale yellow ep.s, 668 [iv] pp. w/frontis & several unpaginated plates & numerous in-text wood engravings.  Printed by Bradbury Agnew & Co., London, this vol., the 5th in the series (but 1st w/altered title), contains the Dec. 1872 thru Nov. 1873 monthly issues, & includes the 1st printings of Rands's "My Daughter" & Gilbert's "Sinbad in England," all w/the Hughes illus.  Inscribed to recto of fr. ep.: "Albert Emett Ashworth from his Uncle Edward, Ripon July 1874"; also w/Albert's small stamp to recto of frontis.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately bumped & worn, & lt. spotting to cloth); contents Very Good (1st & final leaves foxed w/only occas. stains elsewhere).  White 79, Reid 91, Fredeman 93.30 & 37, Shaberman p.41, Goldman pp.284-85.  (Inv. #1035)  C$300

Hake, Thomas Gordon, PARABLES AND TALES (London: 1872), with ALS from the author to the Dalziel Bros.  Click Here For More Info

Hall, S[amuel]. C[arter]. [aka "Shirt Collar" Hall] (ed.), THE BOOK OF GEMS. FROM THE POETS AND ARTISTS OF GREAT BRITAIN ... THE FOURTEENTH TO THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. GEOFFREY CHAUCER TO DRYDEN (London: George Bell & Sons, 1877).  Unstated third(?) edition, 22 x 16cm (large 12mo), in publisher's brown morocco spine over imitation varnished burr walnut boards w/gilt title & design to fr. cover & spine, a.e.g., white silk-patterned ep.s, 304 [xiv] pp. w/numerous steel engravings by various engravers after Thomas Lawrence, Joshua Reynolds, J.M.W. Turner, John Martin, C.L. Eastlake, et. al., +4pp. facsimile signatures of the poets to rear.  Printed by William Clowes & Sons, London.  Binding Good (extremities sl. bumped & rubbed w/corner-tips moderately chipped, lt. surface-scratching to covers, & a few spots to ep.s); contents Very Good (1st & final few leaves moderately foxed).  (Inv. #1327)  C$350

Hall, S[amuel]. C[arter]. [aka "Shirt Collar" Hall] (ed.), THE BOOK OF GEMS. FROM THE POETS AND ARTISTS OF GREAT BRITAIN ... THE SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. SWIFT TO BURNS (London: Bell & Daldy, 1866).  First edition, 22 x 16.5cm (large 12mo), in publisher's brown morocco spine over imitation varnished burr walnut boards w/gilt title & design to fr. cover & spine, white moiré-pattern silk ep.s, a.e.g., 302 [x] pp. +4pp. facsimile signatures of the poets by Charles J. Smith to rear, w/numerous steel engravings by various engravers after R.P. Bonington, David Roberts, John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough, David Cox, et. al.  Printed by William Clowes & Sons, London.  Inscribed "Harold Rothwell, Nov. 11th 1904, H.R." & w/the embossed stamp of "J. Caly & Co., Booksellers to the Queen, Manchester," both to head of half-title.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. rubbed, & inner sides of ep.s a bit browned); contents Near-Fine (occas. lt. thumbing).  Ball pp.56 & 62(n34 & 35).  (Inv. #1314)  C$400

Hall, S[amuel]. C[arter]. [aka "Shirt Collar" Hall] (ed.), THE BOOK OF GEMS. FROM THE POETS AND ARTISTS OF GREAT BRITAIN ... THE EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CENTURY. WORDSWORTH TO TENNYSON (London: Bell & Daldy, 1866).  First edition, 22 x 16.5cm (large 12mo), in publisher's brown morocco spine over imitation varnished burr walnut boards w/gilt title & design to fr. cover & spine, a.e.g., 304 (viii) pp. +2pp. facsimile signatures of the poets relocated to fr., w/numerous steel engravings by various engravers after J.M.W. Turner, R.P. Bonington, T.S. Cooper, David Roberts, Edwin Landseer, David Cox, et. al.  Printed by William Clowes & Sons, London.  Inscribed "Mrs. Frederick Walker [bride of the illustrator?] on her wedding day, with the kind love and best wishes of her friend Harriet Dickinson, April 11 1867" to verso of half-title.  Binding Good (recased w/new ep.s, & extremities bumped & worn w/a couple of chips to fore-edges of covers); contents Good (occas. browning & foxing).  Ball pp.56 & 62(n34 & 35).  (Inv. #1317)  C$350

Halliwell, James Orchard (ed.), THE THORNTON ROMANCES: THE EARLY ENGLISH METRICAL ROMANCES (London: The Camden Society, 1844).  First edition, 21.5 x 17cm (4to), in publisher's dark green fine diaper-grain cloth w/embossed decorations & ruling to covers & gilt decorations & title to spine, pale yellow ep.s w/binder's ticket (Remnant & Edmonds; Ball 66E1) to rear pastedown, 312 (lvi) pp. w/titlepage portrait engraving.  Printed by J.B. Nichols & Son, London, these Arthurian romances were later re-edited by F.S. Ellis & publ. in 3 vols. by the Kelmscott Press.  Binding Very Good (a few stains to ep.s, & hinges starting); contents Near-Fine.  (Inv. #447)  C$150

Hamerton, Philip Gilbert (ed. & contrib.), THE PORTFOLIO: AN ARTISTIC PERIODICAL (London: Seeley Jackson & Halliday, 1870).  First edition, 35.5 x 25.5cm (folio), in contemp. ½ indigo morocco over navy sand-grain cloth boards w/gilt ruling to covers & gilt ruling & title to spine, 5 raised bands, t.e.g., pale brown ep.s, 192 (iv) cardstock pp. w/numerous in-text proof wood engravings by Hamerton, +frontis photograph by E.J. Poynter & numerous full-page lithographs, photos, etchings, autotypes, wood engravings, etc. (one in colour) by & after Edward Burne-Jones, Simeon Solomon, G.F. Watts, Ford Madox Brown, Titian, Marie Spartali, Frederic Leighton, Raphael, etc.  Included are notices by Sidney Colvin, Tom Taylor, the Editor, W.M. Rossetti, etc. on Poynter, Burne-Jones, Solomon, Fred Walker, Watts, Arthur Hughes, Spartali, Oliver Madox Brown, Leighton, etc.  Printed by John Strangeways, London.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately bumped & rubbed); contents Good- (lt.-to-moderate foxing, fore-edges of a few leaves sl. chipped, & gutta-percha loosening w/several leaves sl. proud).  Fredeman 41.8, 42.7, 49.1 & 61.5 (see also 75.9).  (Inv. #1292)  C$400

Holman-Hunt, W[illiam]., PRE-RAPHAELITISM AND THE PRE-RAPHAELITE BROTHERHOOD (London: Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1913).  Two volumes, stated second edition "Revised from the Author's Notes by M. E[dith]. H[olman]-H[unt].", 25 x 16.5cm (large 8vos), in publisher's slate blue buckram w/black PRB device to fr. covers & black title to spines, t.e. brown (others untrimmed), cream ep.s, 349 (xxiv) & 440 (xvi) pp. w/copious b&w full-page plates & in-text illus., +Errata slips tipped before p.[1] in each vol.  Printed by Richard Clay & Sons Ltd., London & Bungay, this is by far the more desirable edition, w/full indexes at rear of each vol. (sadly lacking in the 1st ed.).  From the library of William E. Fredeman, the Pre-Raphaelite scholar.  Bindings Very Good (extremities moderately bumped & rubbed); contents Near-Fine (infrequent lt. foxing).  See Fredeman 75.23.  (Inv. #1112)  C$300

[Horne, Herbert Percy, and Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo, eds.], THE CENTURY GUILD HOBBY HORSE, NO. 16 (London: The Chiswick Press, October 1889).  First edition, 31.5 x 23.5cm (4to), in publisher's printed paper wraps w/engraved design & title (by Selwin Image) to fr. cover & printed device to rear, deckle edges, [119-120] 121-160 [161-162], [1-2 Century Guild adverts] unopened pp. + sepia photogravure frontis of The Vision of Britomart by Frederic James Shields, w/repr. of 2 pp. from The Book of Hours, & several head & tailpieces from designs by H.P. Horne.  Printed on handmade paper by the publisher.  Binding Good (tips of spine worn, & closed tear to bottom of fr. cover); contents Near-Fine.  Colbeck 6 (p.987).  (Inv. #677)  C$150

Ingelow, Jean, et. al. (contrib.s), and Arthur Boyd Houghton (illus.), HOME THOUGHTS AND HOME SCENES IN ORIGINAL POEMS ... AND PICTURES (London: Routledge Warne & Routledge, 1865).  First edition, 25 x 20cm [4to], in publisher's dark green sand-grain cloth w/elaborate gilt & embossed decorations & title to covers & spine, bevelled edges, a.e.g., lt. chocolate eps., [i-x], 1-35 (plates) + I-XXXV (text) +[70 blank versos] cardstock pp., w/35 wood engravings by the Dalziels after A.B. Houghton.  "Dalziel's Gift Book for 1865," printed at the Camden Press, London.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately bumped, & a few faded spots to cloth); contents Very Good (prelims & final leaf a bit foxed w/occas. lt. spotting elsewhere).  White 126 ("absolutely essential to any representative collection of the period") & 165, Dalziels 354, Reid 7 & 196 ("the book of 1865"), Ray 200, Wolff 7793, de Beaumont 127, Goldman 57 (see also pp.126 & 128).  (Inv. #622)  C$400  (A Very Good copy beautifully bound by S. Hogg in royal blue morocco is available at C$300)

Houghton, Arthur Boyd, John William North, George John Pinwell, et. al. (illus.), THE SPIRIT OF PRAISE (London: F. Warne & Co., n.d. [1866])  Click Here For More Info

Hueffer, Ford M[adox]., FORD MADOX BROWN: A RECORD OF HIS LIFE AND WORK (London etc.: Longmans Green & Co., 1896).  First edition, 23 x 15cm (large 8vo), in publisher's ivory linen w/multi-colour floral design to fr. cover, gilt ruling & title to fr. cover & spine, t.e.g. (others untrimmed), cream ep.s, 459 (xx) pp. +tissue-guarded frontis & numerous full-page sepia plates (most w/captioned tissue-guards) & 1p. publ. adverts to rear.  Printed by Spottiswoode & Co., London.  Inscribed in pencil to lower margin of p.65, "It was I, who, prompted by other Brethren, sounded Brown to the effect of my own statement and received the answer cited here.  W. Rossetti takes too narrow and literal a view of this crude principle, and Mr. Hueffer puts him in a strait jacket.  F[rederic]. G[eorge]. Stephens."  This was written in response to Hueffer's narrative of why FMB declined when invited to join the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.  With the decorative bookplate of William Heath Robinson to fr. pastedown.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately bumped, spine a bit darkened, & ep.s sl. spotted); contents Very Good (infrequent lt. foxing).  Fredeman 41.18, Fennell 169, Colbeck 82 (under D.G. Rossetti).  (Inv. #1410)  C$400

[Hughes, Thomas], TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL DAYS BY AN OLD BOY (London: Macmillan & Co., 1869).  First illustrated edition, 19 x 15cm (8vo), in publisher's royal blue sand-grain cloth w/gilt borders & circular design to fr. cover, gilt decorations & title to spine, embossed borders to rear, bevelled edges, a.e.g., terracotta ep.s w/binders ticket (Burn & Co.) to rear pastedown, 376 [xxiv] pp. w/tissue-guarded frontis portrait steel engraving by C.H. Jeens after George Frederick Watts, & 43 wood engravings by J.D. Cooper after Arthur Hughes & 15 after Sydney Prior Hall.  Printed by R. Clay Sons & Taylor, London.  Faintly inscr. "Thomas Herbert Sowerby, January 31st 1873" & w/bookseller's embossed stamp (W.H. Smith, London), both to recto of fr. ep.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately bumped & rubbed, & hinges cracked); contents Very Good (tissue-guard a bit foxed, & a couple of gatherings sl. proud).  Macmillan 48, White 136 & 170, Reid 8 & 92, Fredeman 93.15, Ray 176, Wolff 3332a, Ball 87, de Beaumont 134, Goldman 257.  (Inv. #1210)  C$300

[Hughes, Thomas], TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL DAYS BY AN OLD BOY (London: Macmillan & Co., 1869).  First illustrated edition, 19.5 x 15cm (8vo), in publisher's royal blue linen w/gilt & black decorations & title to fr. cover & spine w/embossed framework to rear, dark buff ep.s, 376 [xxiv] pp. w/frontis portrait steel engraving by C.H. Jeens after George Frederick Watts, & 43 wood engravings by J.D. Cooper after Arthur Hughes & 15 after Sydney Prior Hall.  Printed by R. Clay Sons & Taylor, London.  Binding Good (extremities moderately bumped & rubbed, spine sl. darkened, a few darkened spots to covers, & hinges starting); contents Very Good (sl. lean, & infrequent lt. foxing).  Macmillan 48, White 136 & 170, Reid 8 & 92, Fredeman 93.15, Ray 176, Wolff 3332a, Ball 87, de Beaumont 134, Goldman 257.  (Inv. #1433)  C$250  (a Good+ copy in the russet binding is also available)

Hunt, W[illiam]. Holman, OXFORD UNION SOCIETY: THE STORY OF THE PAINTING OF THE PICTURES ON THE WALLS AND THE DECORATIONS ON THE CEILING OF THE OLD DEBATING HALL (NOW THE LIBRARY) IN THE YEARS 1857-8-9 (Oxford: University Press; & London: Henry Froude, 1906).  First edition, 37.5 x 27.5cm [folio], in publisher's ¼ grey buckram spine over blue linen boards, lt. blue title to fr. cover & dark blue title to spine, [1-4] 5-15 [16-42] cardstock pp., w/12 photographic plates of the Oxford Union murals by D.G. Rossetti, W. Holman Hunt, Arthur Hughes, William Morris, E. Burne-Jones, etc. (all w/captioned & "Express Bank" watermarked tissue-guards), & introduction by C.J. Holmes, in original plain buff dust-jacket.  Stated Limited Edition (286/300) printed at the University Press, Oxford.  From the library of William E. Fredeman, the Pre-Raphaelite scholar.  Fredeman related that when he visited the Library in about 1960 he asked the porter if any copies of this book remained for sale; the porter searched & found a few copies, & Fredeman bought this one at its original price (10s. 6p.).  Dust-jacket Very Good (extremities moderately chipped w/spine-tips lacking); binding Near-Fine; contents Near-Fine (verso of final plate browned as usual).  Fredeman 36.8 & 79.3, Fennell 953.  (Inv. #1185)  C$400


Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, THE SONG OF HIAWATHA (London: W. Kent & Co. [late D. Bogue], 1860).  First edition thus, 21 x 14.5cm (small 4to), in publisher's navy ribbed-morocco grain cloth w/elaborate gilt & embossed title & designs to covers & spine (all designed by Robert Dudley w/his gilt initials to centre onlay), lighter blue centre onlays w/gilt designs to covers, bevelled edges, a.e.g., pale yellow ep.s, 224 (viii) pp. w/24 wood engravings by W. Thomas & H. Harral after George H. Thomas.  Printed by Savill & Edwards, London.  Inscribed "Caleb Monson Death, 1866" to recto of fr. ep.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately bumped, & rear cover's gilt rubbed); contents Good (1st & final few leaves foxed w/only minor foxing elsewhere).  Ball 147, de Beaumont 185.  (Inv. #1290)  C$200

Lytton, Sir Edward Robert Bulwer, Richard Monckton Milnes, William Makepeace Thackeray, et. al. (contrib.s), and Marguerite Gardiner (Countess of Blessington, ed. & contrib.), THE KEEPSAKE 1849 (London: David Bogue, 1849).  First edition, 23.5 x 16.5cm (large 8vo), in publisher's red morocco-grain cloth w/elaborate gilt decorations & title to fr. cover & spine, embossed decorations & title to rear, a.e.g., pale beige ep.s w/binder's ticket (Westley's & Co., Ball 103A) to rear pastedown, [viii, 276] pp. +frontis portrait engraving & 11 engraved plates by Charles Heath after various artists, all w/tissue-guards.  Printed by George Barclay, London.  Signed by Morgan Thomas to recto of fr. ep.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. bumped & rubbed, & lt. stains to cloth); contents Very Good (occas. spotting, & several plates & tissue-guards moderately foxed).  (Inv. #1147)  C$150

Lytton, Earl of (Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton), and Edward Burne-Jones (illus.), KING POPPY (London: Longmans Green & Co., 1892).  First edition, 18 x 12cm (8vo), in publisher's cream parchment w/gilt title & design to fr. cover, gilt title to spine, t.e.g. (others untrimmed), 306 [xii] pp. w/marginal notes in red, & fr. cover, titlepage & p.[xiv] illus. by Burne-Jones.  Printed by Ballantyne Hanson & Co., Edinburgh & London.  Binding Very Good (spine darkened, a few marks to covers, & ep.s moderately foxed); contents Very Good (occas. spotting).  Fredeman 92.4, Colbeck 13.  (Inv. #972)  C$150

[Maclaren, Archibald (ed.), and Edward Burne-Jones (illus.)], THE FAIRY FAMILY: A SERIES OF BALLADS & METRICAL TALES ILLUSTRATING THE FAIRY MYTHOLOGY OF EUROPE (London: Longman Brown Green Longmans & Roberts, 1857).  First edition, 19 x 13cm (8vo), in publisher's dark green rib-grain cloth w/embossed design to covers & gilt decorations & title to spine, pale pink ep.s, 283 [xvi] +4pp. publ. adverts to rear, w/steel engraved frontis, prelim titlepage & wood engraved tailpiece, all after Burne-Jones.  Printed by Spottiswoode & Co., London.  As in all copies examined, the pagination jumps from p.80 to p.[97]--but the text is nevertheless complete.  Binding Good (rebacked w/two-thirds of the original [darkened] spine laid down, corners sl. bumped, edges of covers moderately discoloured, & hinges mended); contents Near-Fine.  White 175-76, Reid 99 & 274, Osborne 37, Fredeman 92.1, Ray 182, de Beaumont 195, Goldman 305 (see also p.11).  (Inv. #1007)  C$300


Millais, John Everett, Fred Walker, Frederick Sandys, et. al. (illus.), THE CORNHILL GALLERY (London: Smith Elder, 1864 & 1865)  Click Here For More Info
Millais, John Everett, THE PARABLES OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST (1864, 1866, [1885] & [1902]) Click Here for More Info

Millais, John Everett, Walter Crane, Edward John Poynter, Frederick Walker, Frederick Sandys, et. al. (illus.), PICTURES OF SOCIETY. GRAVE AND GAY. FROM THE PENCILS OF CELEBRATED ARTISTS AND THE PENS OF POPULAR AUTHORS (London: Sampson Low Son & Marston, 1866).  First edition, first issue binding, 24.5 x 17cm (4to), in publisher's green sand-grain cloth w/elaborate gilt design to covers & spine, gilt title to fr. cover & spine w/hand-painted red, blue, lilac & ivory lines to fr. cover, bevelled edges, a.e.g., 226 (viii) pp. + numerous wood engravings on toned paper laid on cardstock.  Printed at the Camden Press, London.  With autograph note on "St. Benedicts Road, Norwich" headed stationery tipped to recto of frontis leaf, reading: "Nov 24 1877, Presented to Mr. Wm. Smith by Dr. J. Matthews...."  Binding Good (fr. cover sl. dulled, & extremities moderately worn); contents Very Good (lt. scattered foxing, & a few leaves mended at edges).  White 128-29, Reid 13 & 168, Fredeman 90.9, McLean VPBB 89 ("on this remarkable cover, alas unsigned, the colours appear to have been applied to the cloth by brush & stencil"), Ball 55, de Beaumont 261, Goldman 79.  (Inv. #955)  C$200

Miller, Thomas, and Birket Foster (illus.), COMMON WAYSIDE FLOWERS (London: Routledge)  Click Here for More Info

Mills, Ernestine (ed.), THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF FREDERIC SHIELDS (London: Longmans Green & Co., 1912).  First edition, 22.5 x 14.5cm (tall 8vo), in publisher's pale olive linen w/gilt stars & dark green title to fr. cover & gilt & black decorations & title to spine, 368 (xiv) pp., +tissue-guarded portrait photogravure frontis by Emery Walker from a 1903 photograph by B.E. Fry & Son, & 41 unpaginated full-page plates.  Printed by Ballantyne Hanson & Co., Edinburgh & London.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately bumped, & ep.s a bit browned); contents Very Good (lt.-to-moderate foxing to most leaves).  Fredeman 58.7, Fennell 125.  (Inv. #1415)  C$150

Palgrave, Francis Turner (ed.), GEMS OF ENGLISH ART OF THIS CENTURY: TWENTY-FOUR PICTURES FROM NATIONAL COLLECTIONS PRINTED IN COLOURS BY LEIGHTON BROTHERS (London: George Routledge & Sons, 1869).  First edition, 25.5 x 19cm (4to), in publisher's burgundy fine sand-grain cloth w/elaborate gilt red & green title & design to fr. cover, gilt decorations & title to spine, embossed borders & gilt central design to rear cover, bevelled edges, a.e.g., cream ep.s, 144 (viii) pp. w/colour frontis & 23 full page colour plates as per the title.  Printed by Leighton Bros., London.  With the bookseller's oval blindstamp of Henry Pigs (Norwich) to fr. ep.  Binding Very Good (expertly recased retaining the original ep.s, spine a bit faded, & extremities sl. rubbed); contents Very Good (frequent lt.-to-moderate foxing).  McLean VPBB 125 (illus. colour), Ball 55 & 61.  (Inv. #1285)  C$200

Pigot, Richard (ed.), and John Leighton (illus.), THE LIFE OF MAN. SYMBOLISED BY THE MONTHS OF THE YEAR IN A SERIES OF ILLUSTRATIONS (London: Longmans Green Reader & Dyer, 1866).  First edition, 27.5 x 22cm [large 4to], in publisher's green sand-grain cloth w/elaborate gilt red & black decorations & title to covers, gilt & black decorations & title to spine (all designed by Leighton w/his gilt initials), bevelled edges, a.e.g. w/fore-edge "stepped" in red & gilt, red ep.s w/binder's ticket (Edmonds & Remnants; Ball 31A2) to rear pastedown, 240 [xvi] pp. w/tissue-guarded frontis & numerous full page & in-text wood engravings by E. & G. Dalziel, Swain, Cooper etc., all after Leighton, some printed in red & black & several w/their original tissue-guards.  Printed by Bradbury Evans & Co., London.  The epitome of Victorian book design, produced by a master & engraved by all of the top men.  Binding Good (extremities bumped & worn, rear ep. creased, & hinges split); contents Near-Fine (tissue-guards sl. spotted).  McLean VPBB 90 (illus. colour), Ball passim, de Beaumont 160 (illus. colour Plate 2).  (Inv. #1284)  C$200

[Rands, William Brighty (aka Matthew Browne)], LILLIPUT LEVEE (London: Alexander Strahan, 1867).  First edition, second issue, 13.5 x 10.5cm (small 8vo), in publisher's green sand-grain cloth w/gilt & black decorations & title to fr. cover, gilt decorations & title to spine (black decorations only to rear), a.e.g., pale chocolate ep.s, 210 (viii) pp. w/prelim illus. & frontis by the Dalziels after John Everett Millais & several others by Joseph Swain after other artists.  Printed by Bradbury Evans & Co., London.  Signed by Charlie Campbell to recto of fr. ep.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. bumped & rubbed, & fr. hinge starting); contents Good (occas. lt. stains, & 1 section sl. proud).  (Inv. #1442)  C$150

Richards, Alfred Bate, MEDEA: A POEM; ... WITH A PHOTOGRAPH FROM THE PAINTING OF "MEDEA," BY FREDERICK SANDYS (London: Chapman & Hall, 1869).  First edition, 24 x 18.5cm (4to), in publisher's ivory rib-grain cloth w/gilt decorations & title (designed by Sandys) to fr. cover, bevelled edges, a.e. red, pale blue ep.s, [i-v] vi-x, [1] 2-67 [68] pp., + tissue-guard facing half-title, & sepia albumin print of Medea by Sandys pasted to frontis.  Printed by Joseph Causton & Sons, London.  With bookseller's ticket of H. Cleaver, Bath to fr. pastedown.  One of the rarest of all Pre-Raphaelite publications; only eight other copies are known.  "Shortly after the appearance of Medea at the Royal Academy in 1869, a slim volume was published, elegantly printed & bound, containing Medea: a Poem by Alfred Bate Richards, w/a photograph of Sandys's picture as frontispiece.  The gilt-stamped binding was clearly a Sandys design also" (Elzea [ibid] p.185).  Binding Very Good (cloth moderately soiled, & extremities sl. bumped); contents Very Good (remnants of tape repair to gutter between half-title & frontis, & lt. foxing to 1st & final few leaves).  See Betty Elzea, Frederick Sandys (Woodbridge UK: ACC Ltd., 2001), pp.185-86, 335 (binding repr.).  (Inv. #828)  C$400


Rothenstein, Sir William, MEN AND MEMORIES: RECOLLECTIONS ... 1872-1900 and 1900-1922; With SINCE FIFTY: MEN AND MEMORIES, 1922-1938, RECOLLECTIONS (London: Faber & Faber, 1931 1932 & 1939).  Three volumes, first editions, 24 x 15.5cm (tall 8vos), in publisher's navy linen w/gilt titles to spines, gilt central devices to fr. covers of Vol.s I & II, 390 (xii), 395 (xii), & 346 (xv) pp. w/132 plates.  Large Paper Copies printed at the University Presses in Cambridge & Glasgow.  From the personal library of Norman Colbeck w/his extensive notes to a loosely inserted 3x5" index card, & inscr. by him to Vol. I's fr. pastedown; also w/the armorial bookplate of L.L. Price to Vol.s I & II's fr. pastedowns; also loosely inserted is an Autograph Card Signed, 2 sides in stamped envelope (from Dublin, postmarked 18 Nov 38), from Rothenstein to Alfred Smythe; also loosely inserted is an invitation postcard for the 1983 annual Rothenstein meeting addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Colbeck.  Bindings Very Good (a few lt. marks to cloth, & ep.s moderately browned); contents Near-Fine.  (Inv. #1236)  C$150

[Ruskin, John], and Richard Doyle (illus.), THE KING OF THE GOLDEN RIVER (London: Smith Elder, 1851), Two Copies  Click Here for More Info

Scott, William Bell (ed. by W[illiam]. Minto), AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOTES OF THE LIFE ... AND NOTICES OF HIS ARTISTIC AND POETIC CIRCLE OF FRIENDS 1830 TO 1882 (New York: Harper & Bros., 1892).  Two volumes, first US editions, 22.5 x 15.5cm (large 8vos), in publisher's dark green fine-ribbed cloth w/embossed borders to covers & gilt titles to spines, t.e.g. (others untrimmed), 356 [x] & 346 [x] pp. (several unopened) w/frontis & numerous illus. (most w/tissue-guards) to each vol.  Printed by R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh.  This rather spiteful autobiography raised a fire-storm of ire from friends & relatives of D.G. Rossetti & other figures mentioned (see Fredeman pp.204-06).  Bindings Near-Fine (cloth sl. marked); contents Near-Fine (a couple of fore-edges clumsily opened)--a very nice set indeed.  Fredeman 56.10, Colbeck 16 (both list the UK editions).  (Inv. #1242)  C$250

[Seddon, J.P.], THE LATE THOMAS SEDDON (London: Nisbet, 1858).  Click Here for More Info

Seguin, L[isbeth]. G[ooch]., RURAL ENGLAND: LOITERINGS ALONG THE LANES, THE COMMON-SIDES, AND THE MEADOW-PATHS WITH PEEPS INTO THE HALLS, FARMS, AND COTTAGES (London: Strahan & Co. Ltd., n.d. [1881]).  First edition, 39 x 29cm (large 4to), in publisher's vellum-backed parchment boards w/elaborate gilt, blue & red decorations to covers & spine, gilt title to spine, bevelled edges, t.e.g. (others untrimmed), decorative navy & yellow ep.s, 280 (viii) tissue-interleaved pp. w/frontis & numerous wood engravings by the Dalziels after Arthur Hughes, J.E. Millais, J.W. North, Helen Allingham, G.J. Pinwell, et. al.  Stated Limited Edition Deluxe (108A/600) printed on watermarked (maker indecipherable) handmade paper at the Camden Press, London, with Proofs of Illustrations on Japanese Paper.  A later cheap edition w/1885 on the titlepage was issued, prompting most modern cataloguers to misdate their DeLuxe copies--that this undated issue appeared in 1881 is confirmed by its review in the Athenæum (see below).  Binding Very Good (1½" split to upper fr. joint, & moderate rubbing to extremities); contents Near-Fine.  Athenæum 26 Nov. 1881 p.702, White 148, Fredeman 90.13, de Beaumont 354.  (Inv. #347)  C$200

Shakespeare, William, George Herbert, William Wordsworth, Alfred Tennyson, et. al. (contrib.s), CHRISTMAS WITH THE POETS: A COLLECTION OF SONGS, CAROLS, AND DESCRIPTIVE VERSES, RELATING TO THE FESTIVAL OF CHRISTMAS, FROM THE ANGLO-NORMAN PERIOD TO THE PRESENT TIME (London: David Bogue, 1855).  Stated third edition, 23.5 x 16.5cm, in publisher's red morocco-grain cloth w/elaborate gilt decorations & title to covers & spine, bevelled edges, a.e.g., pale yellow ep.s, 202 [xiv] gilt-bordered pp. w/prelim titlepage printed in colours & numerous tinted wood engravings by Henry Vizetelly after Miles Birket Foster, & numerous gilt chapter initials & decorations.  Printed November 1854 by Henry Vizetelly, London.  With the bookseller's ticket of J. Walmsley, Liverpool to fr. pastedown.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. bumped & rubbed, prev. owner's pencilled name & date to fr. pastedown, & lt. soiling to ep.s); contents Very Good (moderate occas. foxing & thumbing).  McLean 1974 56.  (Inv. #1145)  C$150

[Stephens, Frederic George], WILLIAM HOLMAN HUNT AND HIS WORKS. A MEMOIR OF THE ARTIST'S LIFE, WITH DESCRIPTION OF HIS PICTURES (London: James Nisbet & Co., 1860).  First edition, 21 x 13.5cm (small 4to), in publisher's slate blue ribbed-morocco grain cloth w/embossed decorations & ruling to covers, gilt title to fr. cover, a.e.g., pale yellow ep.s, 115 [ii] pp.  Printed by Cox & Wyman, London.  With the decorative bookplate of T Jørnelund to fr. pastedown.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. rubbed, & covers sl. tidemarked); contents Near-Fine.  Fredeman 36.10 ("written by Stephens at the request of Gambart").  (Inv. #1334)  C$300

Swinburne, Algernon Charles, ATALANTA IN CALYDON. A TRAGEDY (London: Edward Moxon & Co., 1865).  First edition, first issue, 22 x 17cm (4to), in publisher's cream linen w/gilt design by D.G. Rossetti to fr. cover, gilt title to spine, bevelled edges, a.e. untrimmed, 111 (xiv misnumbered "xii") pp.  Printed by Richard Barrett, London.  Binding Good (corners moderately bumped, spine darkened w/tips chipped away, ½" red spot & moderate bubbling to rear cover, & cloth & ep.s browned as usual); contents Very Good (a couple of sections sl. proud).  Slater 4, Ashley VI 54-55, Ehrsam & Deily 288, Ball p.160, Colbeck 2, Woodman D.4.  (Inv. #1293)  C$300  (a Very Good copy of the second issue is available at C$100)

Swinburne, Algernon Charles, GRACE DARLING (London: Printed only for private circulation, 1893)  Click Here for More Info

Taylor, Tom, and [Miles] Birket Foster (illus.), PICTURES OF ENGLISH LANDSCAPE, ENGRAVED BY THE BROTHERS DALZIEL WITH PICTURES IN WORDS (London: George Routledge & Sons, n.d. [1881]).  First edition thus, 39 x 28cm [folio], in publisher's vellum-covered boards w/gilt red & brown decorations & title to fr. cover & spine, gilt red & brown decorations & Foster's monogram to rear cover, bevelled edges, a.e. untrimmed, [140] pp. w/text by Taylor & 30 proof wood engravings after Foster all printed on rectos only, +2pp. publ. adverts to rear.  "This India Proof Edition is Limited to One Thousand numbered copies, of which This is No. 752."  Printed on stiff handmade paper at the Camden Press, London.  Binding Good (extremities moderately bumped & worn, fr. joint starting, & vellum a bit soiled & rubbed); contents Near-Fine.  Ray 191A, de Beaumont 258.  (Inv. #1300)  C$300

Tennyson, Alfred, and Arthur Hughes (illus.), ENOCH ARDEN (London: Edward Moxon & Co., 1866)  Click Here for More Info

Tennyson, Alfred, POEMS (London: Edward Moxon, 1857 etc.)  Click Here for More Info

Tennyson, Alfred Lord (with Preface by Joseph Pennell & Introduction by W. Holman Hunt), SOME POEMS ... WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY W. HOLMAN HUNT, J. E. MILLAIS AND DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI PRINTED FROM THE ORIGINAL WOOD BLOCKS CUT FOR THE MDCCCLXVI EDITION WITH PHOTOGRAVURES FROM SOME OF THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS NOW FIRST REPRODUCED (London: Freemantle & Co., 1901).  First edition, 26 x 20cm (large 8vo), in publisher's ivory diaper-grain cloth w/gilt floral decoration to fr. cover & gilt title to fr. cover & spine, a.e. untrimmed, [i-iv] v-xxiv, 1-135 [136] pp. (a couple of sections unopened) +frontis portrait & numerous unpaginated plates, w/30 wood engravings by the Dalziels, W.J. Linton, etc. after D.G. Rossetti, J.E. Millais & W. Holman Hunt, & 6 photogravures of drawings by the artists.  Stated Limited Edition (76/150) printed on unwatermarked handmade paper by the Riverside Press Ltd., Edinburgh.  Binding Good (spine darkened w/edges of covers less so, & extremities sl. bumped & worn); contents Very Good (frontis moderately creased w/short mended tear to upper fore-edge, & deckle edges a bit dusty).  Fredeman p.280, Ray 148B, de Beaumont 376.  (Inv. #1336)  C$400

Thackeray, William M[akepeace]., MEN'S WIVES (NY: D. Appleton & Co., 1852).  First edition in book form (precedes the British edition by 5 years), 17 x 11cm (12mo), handsomely bound by Bradstreet's (stamped in gilt to lower fr. turn-in) in crimson crushed morocco w/gilt borders to covers & gilt decorations & title to spine, 5 raised bands, t.e.g., decorative gilt turn-ins, marbled ep.s, 274 pp.  H.P. du Bois wrote in his Historical Essay on the Art of Bookbinding (1883): "There is a solidity [&] strength ... of workmanship about the books of the Bradstreet bindery.... Certainly, none can put a varied colored morocco coat on a book, & gild it with greater perfection in choice of ornament & splendor of gold, & with greater care, taste & success, than Bradstreet's" (p.35).  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. rubbed); contents Very Good (1st several leaves moderately spotted w/only occas. lt. spotting thereafter).  (Inv. #1125)  C$200

Verne, Jules, HECTOR SERVADAC (London: Strahan & Co. Ltd., n.d. [1877], all 44 chapters published in Good Things: A Picturesque Magazine for Boys and Girls).  First edition, first printing of the first English translation, 24 x 18cm (large 8vo), in publisher's dark olive fine rib-grain cloth w/gilt & black decorations & title to fr. cover & spine, blind borders & central device to rear cover, cream ep.s, 384 (viii) pp., w/80 wood engravings by C. Laplante after Paul Philippoteaux for "Hector" + frontis & 20 wood engravings after other artists.  Printed in Southwark by McCorquodale & Co., this is the final vol. in the Good Words for the Young/Good Things series & contains the July-December 1877 monthly issues.  Also incl. in this vol. are "Stories in Bed" by Charles Camden, "Norse Legends" by J.R. Davidson, "Amadis of Gaul" by Matthew Browne (pseud. of W.B. Rands), etc.  With the bookseller's ticket of Philip Son & Nephew, Liverpool to fr. pastedown.  Binding Very Good (extremities sl. bumped & worn, & ep.s a bit browned); contents Very Good (1st & final leaves moderately foxed w/only occas. lt. spotting elsewhere).  (Inv. #1039)  C$300

Walker, Frederick, and G[eorge]. J[ohn]. Pinwell (illus.), ENGLISH RUSTIC PICTURES (London: George Routledge & Sons, n.d. [Preface dated September 1882]).  First edition, 38.5 x 27.5cm [folio], in publisher's vellum boards w/gilt title to fr. cover & spine, gilt brown & red decorations to covers (curiously w/Birket Foster's monogram in gilt to rear) & spine, bevelled edges, a.e. deckle, [i-viii], [1-126] pp. w/32 India Proof wood engravings by the Dalziels printed on tinted paper laid on rectos, +1p. publ. advert to rear.  Stated Limited Edition (264/300) printed on watermarked "Stacey Wise / 1882" handmade paper at the Camden Press, London.  Along with their Bible Gallery, Foster's Pictures of English Landscape, & Millais's Twenty India Proofs to the Parables, this sumptuous volume of Walker's & Pinwell's best illustrative work was produced by the Dalziels "perhaps aware that their heyday was over and seeking to preserve the high points of their achievement in permanent form" (Ray p.96).  Binding Very Good (a few marks to vellum, & corners sl. bumped w/lower fr. cover a bit rounded & worn); contents Near-Fine.  Reid 151, Ray 159 ("the engravings ... are to be seen here in their most attractive setting"), Goldman 52.  (Inv. #861)  C$300

Watts, Isaac, DIVINE AND MORAL SONGS FOR CHILDREN ... ILLUSTRATED IN THE NEW GRAPHOTYPE ENGRAVING PROCESS (London: James Nisbet & Co., n.d. [1867]).  First edition, 27 x 21.5cm [4to], in publisher's red sand-grain cloth w/embossed design to covers, gilt decorations & title to fr. cover & spine, bevelled edges, a.e.g., dark slate green ep.s, [i-vi], [i] ii-vi [vii-viii], [1] 2-76 [77-78 blank] pp. +frontis portrait by H. Anelay & 26 full-page & in-text graphotypes by William Holman Hunt, Thomas Morten, George du Maurier, Florence Claxton, etc., each text page decorated w/elaborate borders.  "All the Engravings in this Volume, and the Cover, were executed by the Graphotype Engraving Process [by] Edward Roper & Co., Proprietors of the Patent, ... London" (Note to verso of titlepage).  Printed by Levey & Co., London.  Inscribed to verso of fr. ep.: "To Kathleen Mary Gibbons, with Uncle Dater's love. July 2, 1896.:  Binding Good (extremities bumped & worn, edges of covers a bit faded & worn, & rear hinge starting); contents Very Good (occas. edgewear & wrinkling, & 1 leaf mended w/archival tape).  White 127-28 ("a very interesting experiment"), Reid passim, Fredeman 94.6, de Beaumont 393, Goldman 436 ("for a contemporary description of the [short-lived] graphotype process see J. Carpenter in Once a Week 16 February 1867, pp.181-4").  (Inv. #1333)  C$300

Willmott, Robert Aris (ed.), POETS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (London: George Routledge & Co., 1857).  First edition, 22 x 16.5cm (4to), handsomely bound by Edmonds & Remnants (stamped to lower fr. pastedown) in reddish-brown morocco w/gilt decorations to covers & spine, gilt title & 4 raised bands to spine, a.e.g., silk ribbon marker, cream ep.s, [xvi, 400] pp. w/100 wood engavings by the Dalziels after Arthur Hughes, Madox Brown, Birket Foster, J. Tenniel, J.E. Millais, etc.  Printed by Richard Clay, London.  With the decorative bookplate of Henry Clay Pierce to fr. pastedown.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately bumped & rubbed); contents Very Good (prelims & final few leaves moderately foxed w/occas. lt. foxing elsewhere).  Blackwood's Edinburgh Mag. Mar. 1857 p.316, White 106-07 ("in many respects quite as fine as the [Moxon] Tennyson"), Dalziels [353], Reid passim, Fredeman 90.4, Ray 149, de Beaumont 398, Goldman 441.  (Inv. #1123)  C$200  (a Good- copy in publisher's gilt-decorated red linen is available at C$100)

Wise, Thomas James, THE ASHLEY LIBRARY: A CATALOGUE OF PRINTED BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS AND AUTOGRAPH LETTERS COLLECTED BY, VOL. IX (London: Printed for Private Circulation Only, 1927).  First edition, 25.5 x 19.5cm (large 8vo), in original cream buckram w/gilt design to fr. cover & gilt title to spine, bevelled edges, t.e.g. (others untrimmed), cream cardstock ep.s, 332 (xv) pp. +frontis & numerous unpaginated full-page plates, & colophon leaf to rear, w/Introduction by Alfred W. Pollard.  Stated Limited Edition (one of 200 copies) printed by the Dunedin Press Ltd., Edinburgh.  Included is a supplement to the 1st 8 vols, & perhaps more importantly the Index to the 1st 9 vols., making this an extremely valuable reference tool if one lacks the other vols.  Binding Very Good (spine darkened, lt. staining to covers, extremities sl. bumped, & prev. owner's pencil notes to recto of fr. ep.); contents Near-Fine (deckle edges a bit browned).  (Inv. #1100)  C$300

Wordsworth, William (Robert Aris Willmott, ed.), POEMS (London: Routledge Warne & Routledge, 1859).  First edition thus, 22 x 16.5cm (4to), in publisher's dark green morocco-grain cloth w/elaborate gilt embossed decorations & title to covers & spine (all designed by Albert Warren, w/his gilt monogram to spine), bevelled edges, a.e.g., cream ep.s w/binder's ticket (Leighton Son & Hodge; Ball 53E) to rear pastedown, 388 [xvi] pp. w/100 wood engravings by the Dalziels after Miles Birket Foster, J. Wolf, & John Gilbert.  Printed by R. Clay, London.  Binding Very Good (extremities moderately rubbed & bumped, hinges cracked, & ep.s somewhat foxed); contents Very Good (scattered foxing).  White 109 ("contains the hundred finely engraved blocks, ... some of them of the first rank"), Dalziels [353], Ball 68 & 164, de Beaumont 421.  (Inv. #576)  C$150


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