Lot 1401 [Anon] Roma Sacra, Antica e Moderna, Figurata, e Divisa in Tre Parti, 3 parts in one volume, title printed in red and black, numerous woodcut illustrations, part 3 defective, contemporary vellum, 8vo, Rome: Antonio de Rossi, 1700, sold w.a.f.
Lot 1402 Bayliss, Wyke. The Art Decorator. Designs in Colours for Art Workers, 118 chromo-lithographed or tinted plates, loose as issued, 15 torn or defective, lacks text, in portfolio, folio, [London: ?Artworker's Studio, c.1890], sold as a collection of plates, not subject to return
Lot 1404 [Braque, Georges] Mangin, Nicole S. Catalogue de 'L'Oeuvre de Georges Braque Peintures, volumes 1-4 [of 6], plus supplement, plates, original cloth with silk screen designs in colour, spines dulled, volumes 1+4 with slight split along hinge, folio, Paris: Maeght, 1959-1962
Lot 1405 Dufour & Leroy. Tableaux-Tentures de Dufour & Leroy, introduction by Henri Clouzet, 54 plates, including 6 coloured, loose in folio as issued, original cloth-backed boards, extremities rubbed and soiled, ties, folio, Paris: Libraire des Arts Decoratifs, c.1930
Lot 1408 Gourlier, Charles. Choix Edifices Publics. Projetes et construits en France, 3 volumes, half-titles, 368 engraved plates, somewhat browned, one plate with paper defect, not affecting image, titles creased, contemporary half calf, worn, boards detached, folio, Paris: Louis Colas, 1825-1850
Lot 1409 Gruner, Ludwig. The Decorations of the Garden-Pavilion in the Grounds of Buckingham Palace, first edition, additional engraved title, 15 engraved plates, 6 hand-coloured, some spotting and browning, original cloth gilt, upper cover slightly stained, extremities rubbed and bumped, folio, London: John Murray, 1846
Lot 1410 Howarth, Thomas. Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Modern Movement, first edition, plates, some spotting, original cloth, 4to, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1952; Colvin, Howard. Essays in English Architectural History, original cloth, dust-jacket, 4to, London: Yale University Press, 1999; Longstaffe-Gowan, Todd. The London Town Garden, original cloth, dust-jacket, 4to, London: Yale University ...
Lot 1411 Low, Frances H. Queen Victoria's Dolls... Illustrated by Alan Wright, 40 chromo-lithographed illustrations, some light spotting, original cloth, hinge repaired, 4to, London: George Newnes, 1894; Burne, F.S. Janet. Sybil's Dutch Dolls, illustrations, original cloth-backed boards, extremities worn, 8vo, London: Field and Tuer, 1887; Greene, Vivien. English Dolls' Houses of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth ...
Lot 1412 Morrison, Kathryn A. English Shops and Shopping, plates, original cloth, dust-jacket, 4to, London: Yale University Press, 2003; Fraser, Douglas, editor. Essays on the History of Architecture presented to Rudolf Wittkower, plates, original cloth, 4to, London: Phaidon, 1969; and 18 others, mostly British architecture, v.s. (20)
Lot 1413 Ruskin, John. Modern Painters, 5 volumes bound in 4, sixth edition, half-titles, plates, contemporary green full morocco gilt by Zaehnsdorf, all edges gilt, extremities slightly rubbed, 4to, London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1857-1860
Lot 1414 Seitz, William C. Abstract Expressionist Painting in America, first edition, plates, original cloth, dust-jacket, 4to, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1983; Polcari, Stephen. Abstract Expressionism and the Modern Experience, original cloth, dust-jacket, 4to, New York: Camrbridge University Press, 1991; Caws, Mary Ann. Robert Motherwell, What Art Holds, original cloth, dust-jacket, 8vo, New York: ...
Lot 1415 Tipping, H. Avray. Grinling Gibbons and the Woodwork of His Age, first edition, plates, original cloth-backed boards, extremities rubbed, folio, London: Country Life, 1914; English Homes, Period III, volume 1, Period IV, Volumes 1-2, plates, original cloth, extremities rubbed, spines chipped, folio, London: Country Life, c.1929; and 2 others, similar, v.s. (6)
Lot 1420 Album. An album of 100 blank leaves of hand-made paper, interleaved with tissue guards, elaborately bound in green crushed morocco by Fazakerley, Manchester, foliate borders in gilt, morocco onlays, silk doublures, top edge gilt, in cloth box (a.f.), oblong folio
Lot 1421 Album. An album of 25 Chinese rice paper pictures, including flowers, portraits and a series of 12 punishments, each 115mm x 75mm approx., but a few larger, mounted, some with sewn borders, original cloth, c.1870
Lot 1423 Aristophanes. Lysistrata... done into English by Jack Lindsay. Illustrations by Norman Lindsay, one of 725 copies signed by the translator, this copy ex-series, 4 full-page plates, illustrations in text, original half morocco, spine rubbed with surface loss, rather affected by damp, untrimmed, folio, London: Franfrolico Press, 1926
Lot 1424 Barnard, Frederick. Charles Dickens: A Gossip about his Life, Works and Characters, 6 parts, 18 photogravure plates after Frederick Barnard, original cloth-backed boards, folio, London: Cassell and Co., [c.1878]
Lot 1425 Bingham, Clifton. Let's Pretend... illustrated by Edith Cubitt, first edition, 8 full-page coloured plates, illustrations, one leaf with minor tear, original cloth-backed pictorial boards, extremities rubbed, oblong 4to, London: Ernest Nister, [n.d.]
Lot 1427 Brown, Thomas Austen. Bits of Chelsea. Ten Original Lithographs by T. Austen Brown. Text by A. Mac Callum Scott, M.P., lithographed title, number 42 of 75 copies of the edition de luxe, signed by the artist, tipped-in coloured lithograph, signed by the artist, tissue guard, 10 monochrome lithographs, original publisher's boards, spine rubbed, small folio, London: The Macrae Gallery,  SEE ILLUSTRATION ...
Lot 1429 Chagall, Marc. The Jerusalem Windows... Text and Notes by Jean Leymaire, first edition, 2 colour lithographs by the artist, plates, original cloth, dust-jacket, clear acetate wrapper, slipcase, folio, New York: George Brazillier, Inc., 1962
Lot 1431 Cresset Press. Lawson, William. A New Orchard and Garden, number 38 of 50 copies on Arnold hand made paper, original full vellum, ties, top edge gilt, others uncut, slipcase, 8vo, London: Cresset Press, 1927; De Pass, Crispin. Hortus Floridus, number 131 of 500 copies on mould-made paper, plates, original morocco-backed boards, extremities chipped, oblong 8vo, London: Cresset Press, 1928 (2)
Lot 1432 Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, twenty-fifth thousand, half-title, frontispiece and illustrations after John Tenniel, very light occasional spotting, original cloth, slightly cocked and faded, spine slightly chipped at ends, 8vo, London: Macmillan & Co., 1870
Lot 1433 Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. The Hunting of the Snark, first edition, with the 4pp. pamphlet 'An Easter Greeting to Every Child Who Loves Alice' loosely inserted, 9 plates by Henry Holliday, tissue guards, original cloth decorated gilt, spine slightly chipped and frayed, 8vo, London: Macmillan & Co., 1876
Lot 1434 Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge. Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice found there, first edition, first printing, with 'wade' on p.21, half-title, frontispiece with tissue guard, illustrations after John Tenniel, occasional light spotting, upper hinge split, original cloth, dulled, spine with extremities rubbed, all edges gilt, 8vo, London: Macmillan & Co., 1872
Lot 1435 Dodgson, Charles. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, twenty-eighth thousand, illustrations after John Tenniel, half-title, original cloth, lacks spine, 8vo, London: Macmillan & Co., 1871; and one other (2)
Lot 1436 Gag, Wanda. Millions of Cats, first British edition, three later images coloured by previous owner, original boards, dust-jacket, soiled and chipped, oblong 8vo, London: Faber and Faber, 1929; and 15 others, mostly concerning cats, v.s. (16)
Lot 1437 Gardiner, Rena. Portrait of Dorset. The South-East, first edition, number 21 of 30 copies only, signed by the artist, numerous coloured lithographed plates and illustrations, text printed in letterpress, 180 pages, some offsetting and browning, as usual, original blue cloth, labels affixed to spine and upper cover, printed endpapers, lithographed dust-jacket, slightly chipped at ends of spine, oblong ...
Lot 1438 Greenaway, Kate. A Day in a Child's Life, first edition, coloured illustrations, original cloth-backed boards, soiled, 4to, London: George Routledge, ; Little Ann and Other Poems, first edition, coloured illustrations, dedication leaf with label partially removed, original cloth-backed boards, scuffed and soiled, 8vo, London: George Routledge,  (2)
Lot 1439 Greenaway, Kate. Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children, first edition, half-title, 12 coloured plates, some spotting and offsetting, original pictorial cloth, soiled, lacking front free-endpaper, 12mo, London: George Routledge & Co., 
Lot 1440 [Horne, Richard Henry] Memoirs of a London Doll, Written by Herself... edited by Mrs Fairstar, first edition, 4 plates after Margaret Gilles, contemporary half calf, rubbed, 8vo, London: Joseph Cundall, 1846; [Castle-Smith, Georgina] Victoria-Bess. The Ups and Downs of a Doll's Life, illustrations, original cloth gilt, 8vo, London: John F. Shaw, [c.1880] (2)
Lot 1441 Jackson, Philip. Waterways and Wetlands, number 173 of 500 copies, with an original oil painting, 'Summer grazing by the river bank', signed on the mount, colour plates, illustrations, original half morocco by A.W. Lumsden, top edge gilt, 4to, Somerton: Philip Jackson, 1987
Lot 1443 Juvenalia. A collection miscellaneous books, toys and games, mostly c.1860-1900, including; Buds and Blossoms Series, no.7, 8,11 an 12, original wrappers, c.1850; a toy town, American, c.1900, with folded cardboard houses, figures and metal stands, incomplete, and various chromolithographed scraps, postcards and other ephemera, v.s. (a quantity)
Lot 1444 Lear, Edward. Laughable Lyrics: A Fourth Book of Nonsense Poems, Songs, Botany, Music &c., first edition, half-title, illustrations by the author, loose, original cloth gilt, all edges gilt, 4to, London: R.J. Bush, 1877 
Lot 1445 Milne, A.A. Winnie-the-Pooh, first edition, half-title, illustrations by E.H. Shepherd, original cloth, slightly affected by damp, top edge gilt, 8vo, London: Methuen & Co., 1926; Now We Are Six, first edition, half-title, illustrations by E.H. Shepherd, original cloth, slightly affected by damp, extremities rubbed, top edge gilt, 8vo, London: Methuen & Co., 1927 (2)
Lot 1446 Miniature Book. London Almanack for the Year of Christ 1779, engraved view of Somerset House, 12pp., two pockets at ends, one with gilt-blocked writing sheet, silk doublures, original red morocco, morocco onlays of blue and cream, gilt clasp, extremities somewhat worn, 67mm x 60mm, London: Company of Stationers, 1779
Lot 1447 Miniature Books. Biblia, or a Practical Summary of Ye Old and New Testaments, 2 parts in one volume, 15 [of 16] engraved plates, lacking engraved title and first leaf of part one, contemporary red morocco tooled gilt, rubbed, binding sprung, all edges gilt, 22mm x 40mm, London: R. Wilkin, 1727; together with a copy of Small Rain Upon the Tender Herb, twenty-seventh edition, full calf, hinge broken, ...
Lot 1448 Panorama. The Funeral Procession of Arthur Duke of Wellington... [by Henry Alken and George Augustus Sala], hand-coloured aquatint panorama on 56 [of 57] sheets, most joined, but a few loose, the sheet for the funeral carriage extended in height, loose as issued in publisher's cloth portfolio, distressed, 136mm x 2030mm approx., London: Rudolph Ackermann, [c.1852]
Lot 1449 [Potter, Beatrix] Comical Customers. At the New Stores of Comical Rhymes and Stories, first edition, tipped-in chromo-lithographed frontispiece, numerous illustrations by Louis Wain and nine drawings by Beatrix Potter, signed H.B.P., original cloth-backed pictorial boards, extremities rubbed, lower board with slight damp damage, 4to, London: Ernest Nister, [c.1894] THE AUTHOR'S FIRST PUBLISHED WORK ...
Lot 1450 Raemaekers, Louis. The Great War. A Neutral's Indictment, volume one [of 3] only, one of 1050 copies, half-title, 100 mounted plates, original half cloth, top edge gilt, others uncut, folio, London: Fine Art Society, 1916
Lot 1451 Taylor, George. A Genealogical Chart of the Kings and Queens of England from the Reign of William the Conqueror to that of His Most Gracious Majesty George the Fourth, engraved by W.T. Fry, second edition, hand-coloured engraved chart, soiled, splits along central portion, extending into margins, 745mm x 550mm, London: George Taylor, Jun., c.1822, in an elaborate frame, glazed
Lot 1452 Trimmer, Sarah. Fabulous Histories. Designed for the Instruction of Children, respecting their Treatment of Animals, second edition, title torn, slightly affecting text, B3-B10 partially loose, a few leaves torn, some with loss to margins, D5-D8 working loose, some spotting, contemporary calf, worn, 8vo, London: T. Longman, 1786