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Property of a deceased estate - medical related books - BALL, John - 'The Modern Practice of Physic' - two volume set, second edition, Millar, London, 1762, re-spined calf; NIGHTINGALE, Florence - 'Notes on Nursing', new edition, Harrison, London, 1868, blue cloth; and a 19th century ink manuscript book entitled 'Notes on Physiology and Morbid Anatomy', by H.B. Armstrong, St. Bartholomew's Hospital,...

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Property of a deceased estate - PARKMAN, Francis - 'France and England in North America' - three volume set, Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, 1871, 1871, and 1870, uniformly bound in half leather with marbled boards; together with LAWRENCE, D.H. - 'Lady Chatterley's Lover' - first authorized British edition, Martin Secker, 1932, re-bound; and DICKENS, Charles - 'The Old Curiosity Shop' - first...

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Property of a deceased estate - Holy Bible - imprinted at London by Bonham Norton and John Ball, 1629, first title page missing, re-spined, 12.25 by 8.25ins. (31 by 21cms.) (overall).

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Property of a gentleman - SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley - 'The School for Scandal' - Edition de Luxe, number 17 of a limited edition of 350, signed by the artist Hugh Thomson, with complete set of tipped in plates, Hodder & Stoughton, nd, in gilt decorated vellum & tatty slipcase, the slipcase in three parts.

£80 - £120

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Property of a lady - CAMPBELL, Dr. John - 'Lives of the British Admirals: Containing an Accurate Naval History from the Earliest Periods' - eight-volume set, London, printed for C.J. Barrington et alia, 1817, tatty (8).

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Property of a lady - DICKENS, Charles - Works - set of ten volumes, The Charles Dickens Edition, Chapman & Hall, 1868-70; together with six different titles from an earlier set, Chapman & Hall, 1848-1850; and SMOLLETT, Dr. - 'The History and Adventures of The Renowned Don Quixote' - complete five volume set, Cooke's Edition, nd; and 'The Adventures of Gil Blas' - complete three volume set, again Cooke's...

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Property of a lady - SHAKESPEARE, William (WOOD, Manley, ed.) - 'The Plays of William Shakspeare' - complete set of fourteen volumes, London, printed for George Kearsley, 1806; together with a smaller complete set of nine volumes of Shakespeare's plays, Sharpe's Edition, 1803-4 (23).

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Property of a lady - nine various books including HERBERT, Henry William - 'Frank Forester's Fish and Fishing of The United States' - London, Richard Bentley, 1849, full calf (9).

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Property of a lady - BARBAULD, Anna Letitia - 'Lessons for Children from Two to Three Years Old' - title page missing, 1812, printed by T. Bensley, Fleet Street, London.

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Property of a deceased estate - FERNIER, Robert - 'La Vie et L'Oeuvre de Gustave Courbet' - two volume set, La Bibliotheque des Arts, 1977, hardbacks with dust jackets (2).

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THORNBURY, Walter and WALFORD, Edward - 'Old and New London' - complete set of six volumes, Cassell, Petter & Galpin, nd, circa 1870, in quarter calf; uniformly bound with WALFORD, Edward - 'Greater London' - two volume set, Cassell & Company (8).

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HOZIER, Captain H.M. (ed.) - 'The Franco-Prussian War' - two volume set, William Mackenzie, nd, circa 1870, quarter leather with marbled boards; uniformly bound with 'Paris During The Siege' - William Mackenzie, nd, circa 1870 (3).

£50 - £80

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DICKENS, Charles - 'The Posthumous Papers of The Pickwick Club' (The Pickwick Papers) - early edition, Chapman & Hall, in quarter calf with marbled boards.

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CARNE, John - 'Syria, The Holy Land, Asia Minor, &c.' - complete set of three volumes, Fisher, Son, & Co., nd, circa 1836, quarter calf with marbled boards; together with WALSH, Robert and ALLOM, Thomas (ill.) - 'Constantinople and The Scenery of The Seven Churches of Asia Minor Illustrated' - two volume set, Fisher, Son, & Co., nd, circa 1840, quarter leather with marbled boards; and PARDOE, Miss...

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Europe - BEATTIE, William and BARTLETT, W.H. (ill.) - 'The Danube' - Virtue, in gilt decorated full calf; together with WRIGHT, Rev. G.N. and BUCKINGHAM, L.F.A. - 'Belgium, The Rhine, Italy, Greece' - Peter Jackson, Late Fisher, Son, & Co., full leather; BEATTIE, William (BARTLETT and BROCKEDON, ill.) - 'The Waldenses, or Protestant Valleys of Piedmont and Dauphiny' - George Virtue, 1836, quarter...

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A quantity of assorted books including thirteen 19th century volumes of 'Magazine of Art' (a lot).

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Property of a deceased estate - a small quantity of books, mostly children's, including 'The Robin's Christmas Eve' from Aunt Louisa's London Toy Books series, 'Aunt Louisa's Birthday Gift', both published by Frederick Warne, and 'The Rosebud Annual', 1896, published by James Clarke (a lot).

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Property of a deceased estate - MEGGENDORFER, Lothar - 'Look at Me!', A New Movable Toybook, published by H. Grevel & Co., nd, circa 1884.

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Property of a lady - a collection of nine framed Victorian or Edwardian Valentine cards; together with a Christening gown (10).

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Property of a deceased estate - a collection of Kensitas Flowers silk cigarette cards (in a tin).

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Property of a deceased estate - Royal interest - a framed manuscript letter from Sir Arthur Biggs on behalf of King Edward VII on Windsor Castle headed paper, to the workers at the Telegraph Office at Osborne House and Windsor following the death of Queen Victoria in 1901.

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Property of a lady - a collection of picture postcards, mostly early 20th century, including political examples, in two albums and a box (3).

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From the Butler-Stoney family - a large quantity of manuscript books, much relating to Portland Park and the Irish estates owned by the family, including two visitors books, 1906-1945 and 1945-1970, two early 20th century game books, a 'House Book' dated 1838, a manuscript recipe book dated 1856, memoranda, diaries, cash & other manuscript books dating from 1837 onwards, a manuscript book of Richard...

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Property of a lady - stamps - BECHUANALAND: a mixed group of 1888 1/- and 2/- green unused without gum, 1938-52 �d to 10/- mint, and 1961 values (11) to 1r (type II central) mint

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Property of a lady - stamps - MISCELLANEOUS: a selection including Great Britain QV including 1841 1d unused (cut into), surface printed 4d, 8d and 9d used, Swaziland 1956 5/- and 10/- used, etc., very mixed condition.

£15 - £20

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Property of a lady - stamps - CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1853-64, a mainly used selection of triangulars comprising 1d (8, including 1853-63 1d rose apparently unused without gum), 4d (6, one with large margins), and 1/- (2), in mixed condition; also Mafeking 1900 Goodyear 1d unused and used (both with defects), and Pietersburg 1901 perf 11�, initials in black 1d and 2d mint each with straight edge at top

£100 - £120

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Property of a lady - stamps - FRANCE: 1849 20c black on yellowish paper, four examples used on neat 1850 envelope from Paris to Essex, the stamps all appear to have good to large even margins (one just into), showing adjacent London 'PAID' cds in red and 'WITHAM' arrival cds in blue. An attractive and scarce franking.

£350 - £500

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Property of a lady - stamps - GREAT BRITAIN: mainly pre-stamp covers including 1823 entire from Manchester with 'TOO LATE' handstamp on reverse, 1835 and 1840 entires with 'Kelvedon Penny Post' on reverse (fair strikes), also a few France covers, etc..

£40 - £50

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Property of a lady - stamps - BRITISH EMPIRE: a mainly used collection in a blue springback album including Australia with a range of GV heads and 1931-36 'C of A' 5/- roo (2); India 1911-22 GV to 25r (telegraphic cancel), etc., some staining at end of volume (several hundreds).

£30 - £50

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Property of a lady - stamps - WORLD: a box file, two boxes and two suitcases with various sorted into packets, including better Japan, Great Britain and Germany. Worth inspection.

£30 - £40

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - GREAT BRITAIN: 1970-2005 illustrated fdc's in six Royal Mail albums (also one empty) with values to �10 and commemorative issues (several hundreds)

£100 - £150

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - GREAT BRITAIN: 1980-2004 selection of Prestige Booklets and loose mint, also an envelope of (non-philatelic) prints (a lot).

£80 - £100

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - 1973-2009 (c.) Channel Islands (including Alderney) and Isle of Man fdc's in eleven cover albums (11).

£50 - £60

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - BRITISH EMPIRE: a suitcase with seven volumes and loose with noted 1937 Coronation apparently complete mint including Newfoundland long set, Sudan 1935 Gordon 5m to 50p used, China, Great Britain 1934-36 photogravure cylinder blocks of six to 5d mint, Hong Kong 1907 EVII registered stationery envelope with additional 10c used to Cornwall (soiled), etc. (a lot).

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - WORLD: a collection in 15 volumes in a large red suitcase with Hong Kong 1935 Jubilee set mint, QEII to $20 mint, and 1979-86 fdc?s including 1982 (Aug.) with values (16) to $50, GB with some face value commemorative sets mint, a range of fdc?s, Channel Islands and Isle of Man mint and used, and a small group of Printers Presentation folders including Harrison...

£150 - £200

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Property of a gentleman - stamps - Royal Mail Special Stamps - a complete run of eighteen sets, set numbers 15 to 32 inclusive, years 1998 - 2015, apparently complete, most still in original cellophane (18).

£100 - £150

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Property of a lady - stamps - WORLD: a general collection in 7 volumes including Great Britain from 1841 with 1971-79 commemoratives mint, World thematics, Australia early decimal sets mint, also some fdc's and two books of cigarette cards (a lot).

£100 - £120

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - GREAT BRITAIN: 2009-16 'Post & Go' presentation packs (36 different) in an album. Face (stated) �75

£50 - £80

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - WORLD: a collection in 17 well-filled albums and loose (a lot).

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - GREAT BRITAIN: 2012 London Olympics Gold Medal Winners sheetlets of six, and Paralympics pairs in special ring folder. Face (stated) �17

£120 - £150

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - GREAT BRITAIN: 1841-2019 a collection with definitives to 1993 �10 mint, and commemoratives 1953-70 apparently complete (no early phosphors), and 1992-2019 largely complete including some booklet panes from Prestige Booklets, etc., contained in seven volumes (also one empty), high face value (a lot)

£250 - £300

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - GREAT BRITAIN: 1992-2015 Presentation Packs largely complete in seven Royal Mail albums, also a few fdc's. Face (stated) �1,400

£500 - £600

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Property of a deceased estate - stamps - GREAT BRITAIN: 1984 Christian Heritage to 2018 Harry Potter Prestige Booklets apparently complete, also some greetings booklets, etc., in three volumes. Face (stated) �1,000

£500 - £600

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Property of a deceased estate - James Gillray (British, 1756-1815) - 'The Death of the Great Wolf' (BM 8704) - etching with hand-colouring, published 1795 by H. Humphrey, London, with margins, (34.2 x 44.7cms.) (P), in glazed gilt frame. Condition - a few tears, most contained within the margins.

£100 - £200

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Property of a deceased estate - Renee Lubarow (b.1923) - 'QUANTA' - limited edition etching, 13.6 by 16.75ins. (34.5 by 42.5cms.) (P), number 31/50, in glazed frame - signed in the margin bottom right.

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Property of a deceased estate - Valerie Thornton - CHURCH VIEW - artist's proof, 18.25 by 14.35ins. (46.3 by 36.5cms.) (P), in glazed frame - signed in the margin lower right.

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Property of a deceased estate - John Lewis Stant (1905-1964) - KNARESBORO' - etching, signed in the margin and with Rembrandt Guild Artist's Proof blindstamp, in glazed ebonised frame; together with Joseph Kirkpatrick (1872-1936) - 'THE KEEP, PORCHESTER' - etching, signed in the margin and with Fine Art Trade Guild blindstamps, in glazed ebonised frame (2).

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Property of a deceased estate - Samuel & Nathaniel Buck - 'THE SOUTH EAST VIEW OF WARDOUR CASTLE, IN THE COUNTY OF WILTS', 'THE NORTH EAST VIEW OF CHIDIOCK CASTLE IN THE COUNTY OF DORST', 'THE SOUTH VIEW OF CORFE CASTLE IN THE COUNTY OF DORSET', and 'THE NORTH-WEST VIEW OF DONSTABLE PRIORY, IN THE COUNTY OF BEDFORD' - four monochrome engravings, various published dates 1730-33, variously framed (4).

£30 - £50

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