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The Unique Friendship Book of Rev. James Stanier Clarke (1765 - 1834)
containing an Original Watercolour Portrait of Jane Austen (one of only three portraits of the novelist in existence)
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Autograph Letters/Literary Autographs
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The White Book 
Volumes 1 and 2. Both in Mint condition
Containing a total of 19 full-page watercolour erotic illustrations and illuminated fine hand-script text.
Unique large volumes 21"x 13"x2", fully and expensively bound in vellum and each enclosed in cloth covered box. All original work, making a beautiful presentation. Author Anonymous.   
1914 and other Poems
by Rupert Brooke
Published 1915 by Sidgwick and Jackson   
Bazilogia.A Book of Kings. Notes on a Rare Series of Engraved
English Royal Portraits from William 1 to James 1 published under the above Title in 1618 by HC Levis, With sets of 17th Century Prints
Published 1913 by The Grolier Club                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
Observations on River Wye
- by William Gilpin, Published 1789.  Original binding - some damage.  Aquatints in FINE + condition.
Visit to the Monastery of La Trappe
- by W D Fellowes.  1st edition Published by William Stockdale 1818.  With 15 Fine Aquatint coloured plates by K Clark.  Three-quarter red calf, spine gilt.  Original boards.  FINE. SCARCE.
Miscellaneous Works of Sir Philip Sydney by W M Gray
(Including Life of) 
Published by T.O.H.P. Burnham, Boston, 1860.  Fine Binding by J. R. Hawes of Cambridge.  Full Maroon Morocco.  Fine gilt borders, back, front.  Raised bands.  All edges gilt.  MINT.
The School of Recreation by R.H. (Robert Howlett, who also wrote "The Angler's Guide in 1706)
Printed for A.Bettesworth at the Red Lyon, London Bridge 1710.
Duodecimo.  Original binding worn and unrepaired calf.
Drunken Barnaby's Four Journeys to the North of England
Printed for J Harding, No 36 St James's Street, London 1805.  Originally published mid-17th century, describing Barnaby's journeys as an itinerant dealer in horses and cattle.
7 illustrations.  160 pages, 6 1/2 " x 3 7/8 ".  Original leather gilt binding, sound but slightly worn.
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