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The Sheffield and Rotherham Red Book and Almanack. 1915.

By: SHEFFIELD

Price: £35.00

Publisher: Pawson and Brailsford, 1915.:

Seller ID: 36822


8vo. pp. xl, 442. Printed wrappers, a little rubbed with chip to top corner. View more info

The Sheffield and Rotherham Red Book and Almanack. 1916.

By: SHEFFIELD

Price: £35.00

Publisher: Pawson and Brailsford, 1916.:

Seller ID: 36823


8vo. pp. xl, 438. Printed wrappers, a little chipped. View more info

Image for Report of the Committee, appointed at a public meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Sheffield, for the purpose of obtaining a proper and specific settlement of the Town Trust.

Report of the Committee, appointed at a public meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Sheffield, for the purpose of obtaining a proper and specific settlement of the Town Trust.

By: SHEFFIELD

Price: £120.00

Publisher: Sheffield: printed by James Montgomery, 1820.:

Seller ID: 39556


8vo. pp. 38. Unbound but complete. Copac lists Leeds as the sole location. View more info

A Map of the Agriculture and Industry in the State of Kentucky.

By: SMITH, Karl

Price: £400.00

Publisher: Louisville, Kentucky: Liberty National Bank and Trust Co., 1935.:

Seller ID: 39885


An attractive coloured map based on U.S. Census and Kentucky State Planning Board Information. 415 x 555 with wide margins. Fine. Presumably issued as a give-away to customers of the bank, Smith produced a number of attractive illustrative maps of various U.S. states. View more info

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Green Legacy.

By: SNAITH, Stanley

Price: £20.00

Publisher: Cape, 1937.:

Seller ID: 39652


1st Edition. Near Fine in rubbed dust wrapper with a light stain to the rear panel. View more info

Image for Superpen; the Cartoons and Caricatures of Edward Sorel. Edited and Designed by Lidia Ferrara.

Superpen; the Cartoons and Caricatures of Edward Sorel. Edited and Designed by Lidia Ferrara.

By: SOREL, Edward

Price: £180.00

Publisher: New York: Random House, 1978.:

Seller ID: 38419


1st Edition. Very Good in dust wrapper. Promotional photographs, press releases and an invitation loosely inserted. PRESENTATION COPY Inscribed “For Linda, With every good wish, Ed Sorel 5/16/56 [sic]” View more info

Image for The Downs, Surveyed by Order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty at the Request of the Corporation of the Trinity House, by Graeme Spence 1795, with the South and Queens Channels, by George Thomas, 1819.

The Downs, Surveyed by Order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty at the Request of the Corporation of the Trinity House, by Graeme Spence 1795, with the South and Queens Channels, by George Thomas, 1819.

By: SPENCE, Graeme and THOMAS, George

Price: £250.00

Publisher: Capt. Hurd, Hydrographical Office, 1808 [but later]:

Seller ID: 39463


1st Edition. Engraved map, 975 x 640 mm. Dissected and mounted on linen. Some very light offsetting. Although dated 1808, this is a later impression with the latest soundings; BL dates it to 1837. BL has three versions, NLW a copy of the earliest printing. View more info

Stanford’s Map of the Seat of the War in America.

By: STANFORD, Edward

Price: £1,950.00

Publisher: Edward Stanford, 1861.:

Seller ID: 38360


A four sheet map, in this case the four sheets have been sectionalised, joined together and mounted on linen. Hand coloured 1310 x 1140 mm. One of the primary European sources for information on the Civil War which was updated regularly. The bottom two sections are dated October, 1861; the top two sections are undated as the lower margins have been removed to combine the four sheets. The map shows the United States from New York City on the east end to the western par... View more info

Stanford’s Handy Map of the United States Distinguishing the Unsettled Territories; the Railways; The Cities and Towns according to population; also the State Capitals and County Towns.

By: STANFORD, Edward

Price: £600.00

Publisher: Edward Stanford, March 1st., 1876.:

Seller ID: 38481


63 x 103 cm. Folding map, hand-coloured, in sections and mounted on linen, original book style cloth boards. Some minor marginal notes and two railway lines heightened in ink. Worldcat lists Yale and the British Library as the only locations; there was also an issue dated 1873, located at the British Library and National Library of Scotland only. View more info

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Collected Poems.

By: STEPHENS, James

Price: £40.00

Publisher: MacMillan, 1926.:

Seller ID: 39662


1st Edition. Fine in dust wrapper. View more info

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In the Land of Youth.

By: STEPHENS, James

Price: £30.00

Publisher: MacMillan, 1924.:

Seller ID: 39663


1st Edition. Fine in dust wrapper with just a little wear on the corners and head of the spine. View more info

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Ballads.

By: STEVENSON, Robert Louis

Price: £30.00

Publisher: Chatto & Windus, 1890.:

Seller ID: 39621


1st Edition. End paper spotted otherwise Fine. View more info

The History of the Cholera Epidemic of 1832 in Sheffield.

By: STOKES, John

Price: £65.00

Publisher: Sheffield: J.W. Northend, 1921.:

Seller ID: 36780


8vo. pp. [6], 213. Original cloth, near Fine. Newspaper cuttings pasetd to front end paper. View more info

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An Archive of 17 Albums of Original Watercolours and Pencil and Ink Sketches.

By: SUTER, Richard

Price: £27,500.00

Publisher: c. 1820 - c. 1870.:

Seller ID: 38716


A collection of 17 albums of original watercolours and pencil and ink sketches of views, buildings, and architectural details around England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France and Italy, together over 4,700 original drawings (nearly all captioned, many dated), mounted between one and 10 images per page (largest c.260 x 180mm., some panoramas of between 3 and 6 sheets joined), approximately 50 albumen, stereo and other photographic prints and c. 170 engravings, some items ... View more info

Needlework Through the Ages; a Short Survey of its Development in Decorative Art, with Particular regard to its Inspirational Relationship with Other Methods of Craftsmanship.

By: SYMONDS, Mary and PREECE, Louisa

Price: £125.00

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton, 1928.:

Seller ID: 38366


Large 4to. pp. xxxiii, 413; 103 plates. Original orange cloth, very Good in worn and chipped dust wrapper lacking the bottom of the spine. View more info

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The Carriage Builders’ and Harness Makers’ Art Journal. [Volume 1]

By: TALLIS

Price: £1,250.00

Publisher: Tallis, 1859-60.:

Seller ID: 38705


4to. pp. 192; 59 colour and black and white plates [complete]. Contemporary half calf, rather rubbed but sound and clean internally apart from some old glue stains on one black and white plate. The colour plates are fine and detailed illustrations heightened with gum arabic. The first volume of this irregular and short lived trade publication; Copac lists the V&A and the copyright libraries only. View more info

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India Showing Railways Open and Under Construction on 31st March 1827.

By: TANDY, E.A.

Price: £350.00

Publisher: Calcutta: India Railway Conference Association, 1927.:

Seller ID: 39444


Coloured folding map, 810 x 1060 mm, mounted on linen and folded into cloth boards. Very Good. View more info

Image for On Gas Explosions in Houses. - Cause of the Explosion, and Suggestions for its Prevention.

On Gas Explosions in Houses. - Cause of the Explosion, and Suggestions for its Prevention.

By: TAYLOR, Alfred Swaine

Price: £25.00

Publisher: No Publisher, c. 1848.:

Seller ID: 39570


8vo. pp. 4. A little creased. Taylor is known as the father of forensic medicine and he concerned himself with many aspects of chemistry and medicine. This is one of the earliest studies of house gas explosions which until this point had not been well understood. Taylor emphasises the need for adequate ventilation in houses which were lit by gas and followed a major explosion in Albany Street, London in 1848. View more info

Image for Open to the Public Every Day (Sundays excepted) from seven in the morning until six in the evening. The Thames Tunnel.

Open to the Public Every Day (Sundays excepted) from seven in the morning until six in the evening. The Thames Tunnel.

By: THAMES TUNNEL

Price: £175.00

Publisher: no publisher, c. 1837.:

Seller ID: 38774


Single sheet, corner mounted to backing sheet, 10 ¼ x 9 ½ inches, trimmed to printed margin [no loss]. A broadsheet advertising public visits to the first tunnel under the Thames built by Brunel using his revolutionary tunnel shield. Originally designed as a passage for carriages it was never used for this purpose and in 1865 was purchased for use a rail tunnel. The charge to visitors was an attempt to defray some of the costs of construction. View more info

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A Plan of Kingston upon Hull From an Actual Survey.

By: THEW, Robert

Price: £750.00

Publisher: Hull: Robert Thew, 1784.:

Seller ID: 39869


Single sheet engraved hand coloured map, 500 x 580 mm. A little surface soiling and a few closed tears to the edges. Dedicated to the two MPs for Hull: Samuel Thornton and William Wilberforce. A scarce separately published map, Copac lists BL and Cambridge as the only locations. View more info