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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

Lot 446

Herefordshire Elections. A good collection of printed broadsides and tracks issued during a number of Parliamentary and City elections between 1817 and 1835, a total of fifty-nine separate items, mostly in excellent order, a few short tears repaired, some items washed and a few mounted, sizes ranging from small 8vo to large folio, all arranged roughly chronologically and separately attached to album guards and modern buckram, sl. rubbed, folio. A complete list of this important collection is available on request. Six of the items bear the signature of John Gwilliam Jnr. The first item in this collection is addressed to Thomas Andrew Knight, the Horticulturalist, then living in Downton Castle, by a Freeman of Hereford. Twenty-four items are in verse, including three pamphlets or tracts: Selections from the Comedy of the Election and Performing at Different Theatres in the City; Speeches on Non Voters ... at a Private Meeting; and The Observer, No. 2, July 22, 1837. (1)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

Lot 513

Churchill map. Junt (Frank A. de Vine), Dunkirk to Berlin June, 1940 - July, 1945, Journeys undertaken by the Rt. Honble. Winston S. Churchill, O.M., C.H., F.R.S., M.P., Prime Minister of Great Britain, In Defence of the British Commonwealth and Empire, pub.George Philip, c.1947, colour printed map showing all of the journies undertaken by Churchill during the War, including his trips to America to see Roosevelt and to various conferences including Casablanca, Cairo and Yalta, split at the folds but with no loss, the whole sheet 910 x 1170mm. An unusual Churchill item. This copy signed in ink by the artist. (1)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

Lot 522

Bible [Hebrew]. Biblia Hebraica, ex Aliquot Manuscriptis et Compluribus Impressis Codicibus, Item Masora Tam Edita, Quam Manuscripta..., Selectae Variantes Lectiones Subiiciuntur: Cura ac Studio D.Io. Heinr. Michaelis, 2 vols., Halae Magdeburgicae, 1720, vol. 1 with eng. frontis. and title printed in red & black, contemp. gilt dec. panelled vellum, gilt arabesque to each board, slightly marked, 4to. The first attempt at a critical edition, issued in 4to, 8vo & folio. Darlow and Moule 5144. (2)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

Lot 625

Theophylactus (abp. of Ochrida). Theophylacti Bulgariae Archiepiscopi, in Omnes D. Pauli Apostoli Epistolas Enarrationes, iam Recens... per D. Joannem Lonicerum..., Apud Hieronymum & Dionysiam de Marnes, Paris, 1548, woodcut printers device to title, few dec. initials, early ink inscription and signature to title and paper surface of inner margin skinned with loss of one letter, (Adams T609), bound with Theophylacti Bulgariae... Prophetas Enarrationes..., per D. Ioannem Lonicerum Fidelissime in Latin Conversae. Item Victorini in Apocalypsin Liber, Paris, 1548, contemp. ink annotation to title, old vellum with yapp foredges, thick 8vo (1)

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Hartleys

Lot 214

A CUT GLASS TRINKET BOX of oblong form with moulded lid, 4" wide, Birmingham 1916, and a similar cut glass item with Continental silver mounts, 3 1/4" wide (2)

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Hartleys

Lot 684

PHILIP NAVIASKY, Study of Two Old Men, signed, crayon drawing, 9" x 11", ebonised frame, and a similar item (2)

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Lot 812

A VICTORIAN TORTOISESHELL CARD CASE of rounded oblong form with hinged lid, inlaid with a floral spray in pewter and mother of pearl, 4 1/4" wide, and a similar item (2)

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Lot 819

A PAIR OF BLACK FOREST CARVED WOOD NUT CRACKERS modelled as a deer's head with glass eyes, 6 3/4" high, and a similar item modelled as a bear, late 19th/20th century (2)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

Lot 62

Rendu (M. Le Chanoine ). Theory of the Glaciers of Savoy, trans. Alfred Wills, ed. George Forbes, 1st English ed., Macmillan, 1874, neat owner name to half-title, b&w illusts., text in French and English, orig. cloth gilt, spine ends and corners rubbed, 8vo, together with Spender (Harold), Through the High Pyrenees, with Illustrations and Supplementary Sections by H. Llewellyn Smith, Innes & Co., 1898, photogravure frontis., b&w plts. from photos., illusts. to text, lacking map at rear, occasional spotting, hinges partly cracked, orig. cloth gilt, sl. rubbed, sunned on spine and along top edge of upper cover, 8v0, plus Mummery (A.F.), My Climbs in the Caucasus, 2nd ed., 1895, litho. and photogravure plts., some spotting, orig. cloth, some wear, 4to, and twenty-one others, related. First item Neate R22. Second item Neate S152. (24)

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Lot 136

International Exhibition 1862. The Illustrated Catalogue of the Industrial Department. British Division, Vol. 2 only, Printed for Her Majestys Commissioners, [1862], col. printed frontis., four chromo. plts., profusely illust. with wood-engs., some damp-staining in the text, orig. maroon cloth, blocked in gilt and blind, spine and corners rubbed, hinges weak, large 8vo, together with The Art Journal, 1867, eng. plts. and illusts., a.e.g., orig. gilt dec. morocco, worn and upper cover det., 4to, (includes Essays on Photography including one by Claudet Antoine), plus other photograph interest including The Glasgow Art Club Book, 1885 and The Art Review, vol. 1, 1890, both orig. cloth, some wear, all 4to. First item Class XIV comprises a 17-page section entitled Photographic Apparatus and Photography. (4)

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H. & H. Classic Auctions

Lot 209

Delahaye Recreation Childs Car * Believed to be a one-off creation being a wonderfully stylised miniature representation of a Delahaye. Metal bodywork in two tone red and cream, the paintwork having been finished to an very high standard. Solid treaded rubber tyres on chromed wheels. Pedal drive via chain. Extensive amount of specially finished chrome on bonnet, grille, screen surround, bumpers, door handles and even a chromed bonnet mascot. Red padded leatherette seat with full side bolstering, white leatherette padded interior side panels and three spoke chromed sprung effect steering wheel with padded red leatherette cover. Handbrake (currently not connected) and finished throughout to a very high standard. Very good condition and so possibly never used as a child’s car; very eye-catching item.

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H. & H. Classic Auctions

Lot 231

Sonographic Sound Series No2 - Vintage Bentley Unusual item being a 33rpm record with large format accompanying colour book on which is a commentary about driving 4 vintage Bentley models - 1922 3-Litre Tourer, 1928 4.5 Litre Tourer, 1930 6.5 Litre Speed Six Coupe & 1931 8-Litre Limousine. Text in Japanese with English translation, not tested but good visual condition.

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Special Auction Services

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A Jaeger-Le Coultre chrome military fob watch With black enamel dial second subsidiary dial, and luminescent Arabic numerals, four other fobs and another item (6)

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Clevedon Salerooms

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1960's period lounge chair with laminated wood frame and cable sprung seat-(This item of furniture is offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason, it should not be used in a private dwelling)

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Clevedon Salerooms

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1960's period beech framed bench settee, the back supported by L-shaped wood laminate brackets, upholstered in button back oatmeal fabric, raised on four tapered supports (believed to be manufactured by Hille), 175cm wide-(This item of furniture is offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason, it should not be used in a private dwelling)

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Clevedon Salerooms

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1960's period metal framed button back wing armchair upholstered in oatmeal fabric, raised on four stained beech tapered supports together with a similarly upholstered easy chair-(This item of furniture is offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason, it should not be used in a private dwelling)

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Clevedon Salerooms

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Eero Saarenin (after)-Set of four moulded plastic Tulip chairs and matching circular dining table having elm effect laminated top, 121cm diameter-(This item of furniture is offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason, it should not be used in a private dwelling)-see illustration

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Boulton & Cooper

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A late Victorian glass Scent Flask in silver holder, Birmingham 1899, a glass decanter with silver cover and 1 other item.

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Rosebery's

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Pont-Aven School late 19th early 20th century- Workmen preparing for the fields; brush and pen and brown ink, on laid watermark CF France, 48.5x31.7cm: European School early 20th century- Seated draped figure; pen and brown ink, inscribed and dated 10 Februar 1921, 44x25.5cm: together with four drawings in charcoal and/or pen and ink of portrait figure and landscape subjects by different hands, all European early 20th century, some showing influences of post impressionism and expressionism, (a lot), (8). Note: Compare lead item with drawing by Roderic O'Conor 'Femmes Bretonnes', black ink and wash on paper, ill no 126 Barbican Art Gallery London exh 'Roderic O'Conor, 1860-1940', 1985. The Pont-Aven School, which included the Irish artist Roderic O'Conor can existed circa 1886-1895; O'Conor having arrived circa 1891 and remaining there until circa 1904. This drawing bears some stylistic similarities with his drawings. Other drawings in this lot appear to include works by Danish artists, many of whom were working in Pont-Aven during this period. Two well-known Danish artists working in Pont-Aven at this time were J F Willumsen 1863-1958 and Mogens Ballin 1871-1914 (see Pg 41 Barbican Art Gallery exh catalogue and Gauguin and the Pont-Aven Group, Arts Council 1966

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Lyon & Turnbull

Lot 951

[SEE ITEM 485 - ASK KEITH]

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Fellows

Lot 1072

1970's hinged silver bangle, two other hallmarked silver bangles, a buckle style bangle, two other bangles, two napkin rings, a matchbox cover and another item.

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Lot 1296

A selection of twentieth century items to include a cream jug of baluster form and leaf capped handle, height measures 4 1/2ins (12cm, weight 6.48ozt (201.6gms), hallmarked Barker Ellis Silver Co Birmingham 1974. A sugar sifter of facetted baluster form with decoratively pierced lid, height measures 6 3/4ins (17cm), weight 4.94ozt (153.6gms), hallmarked Birmingham 1973. A pepper mill of plain from, height measures 3 3/4ins (10cm), hallmarked Birmingham 1977. A cheese scoop with Kings pattern handle, length measures 7 1/2ins (19cm), weight 1.95ozt (60.6gms), hallmarked Mappin & Webb Sheffield 1977. A tea strainer and bowl with decorative acanthus leaf and floral scroll moulded handle, length measures 6 1/4ins (15.5cm), weight 80.4gms (2.58ozt), hallmarked Birmingham 1975. A pair of filled table candlesticks with shaped conical stems and circular stepped base, height measures 4 3/4ins (12cm), hallmarked Birmingham 1974. Overall in nice condition, each item does have general scratches marks and patches of tarnishing, in places some deeper scratches and small dints/dents-to one candlestick there is a small dent to the head, and remnants of old candles to both, to the rim of the pepper there is also a shallow dent, there are a few small nicks to the rim of the cheese scoop and a more noticeable dent to the head of the sifter.

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Lot 1378

Edwardian silver coin purse the front embossed with clouds and cherubs with swing handle, dated Birmingham 1908. The item is noticeably tarnished to the whole with general surface scratches and marks also with small shallow dints. The hinge and clasp are in good working order, although the clasp is a little stiff and the two half's of the purse are not 100% flush. The material to the inside is in fair/good condition with a little wear and discolouration. Please note this item is small, the maximum width measuring 2 1/4ins (5.5cm).

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Lot 1379

A gilt metal rectangular compact the top with coloured engraving of a peaco*ck opening to reveal powder compartment and musical movement, made in Japan. Overall in nice condition with general light surface scratches with a few spots and marks here and there. To the inside there is a more noticeable scratch/mark. In good working order. Please note this item is of a gold coloured metal.

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Lot 1381

Early twentieth century silver cased petrol lighter with spinning wheel flint mechanism inside the case and turning handle to the exterior-rope taper fuse also fixed to the outside of the case. Engraved with the initials 'S.F.C' and '1910'. Only marked with a lion passant and the maker's initials 'A&JZ'-assumed to be A & J Zimmerman of Birmingham. Overall height of the case 5.4cms. Overall with general surface scratches, marks and dints, there are also some patches of tarnishing, unable to determine if the item is in working order or not, or the condition of the mechanism.

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Lyon & Turnbull

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(EM822/3) A Russian Kuznetsov ceramic and silver mounted bowl, the squat circular pale turquoise glazed bowl, with three slightly projecting feet, the mounts by the Faberge workshop, work master KV, St Petersburg pre-1899, marked to frame and handle 8cm diameter, 2.8cm high including handle, 5.7cm excluding handle For an identical shaped bowl see Caroline de. Guitat Faberge in the Royal Collection, page 264, item 370.

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Lyon & Turnbull

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(ER739/1) A Masonic ceremonial mounted wooden mallet, LONDON 1929 BY WAKELY AND WHEELER London 1929, by Wakely and Wheeler, the turned oak mallet with applied rose plaque, Celtic knot and boss decoration, the slender handle with thistle engraved finial, collet set with a citrine 22cm high by repute this item was presented to the master stone mason who worked on the Princess Margaret Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh.

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Lyon & Turnbull

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(ER228/345) A large twin-handled cup and cover, EDINBURGH 2007, EDINBURGH ASSAY OFFICE, Edinburgh 2007, Edinburgh Assay Office, of campana form, with scroll cast edge and fruiting vine cast border, flanked by leaf-capped handles, raised on a shaped square base, with ovolo and gadrooned borders, supported by four foliate cast lion paw feet, engraved to each side with an armorial inscribed FEAR GOD, the stepped cover with harebell borders and flower bud cast finial, with plated liner Height 43cm, 137oz Note: Converted from a George IV samovar. The tap and spout have been removed and as the use has been changed the hallmarks have been erased. The item was then re-submitted to the Edinburgh Assay Office and subsequent hallmarks for 2007 were added.

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Lyon & Turnbull

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(ER796/5) A Highland dress sporran, Edinburgh 1928, by Wilson and Sharp, the hinged cantle with crowned thistle design with stars above, the cantle with locking mechanism, the fur body with three bullion double-drop tassles; together with a long link sporran chain 20cm long (excluding tassels) Note: See Hamilton and Inches, Trade catalogue circa 1930, page 103 item 1051, a very similar sporran retailed as The Prince Charlie Sporran.

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Lacy Scott & Knight

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A German steel helmet, said to have been brought back from Norway, 1940, possibly a theatrical item

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Lacy Scott & Knight

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A Hugar wayside station 'Cheam Halt', 2 JR models wayside platforms, a larger wayside station, scratch built island platform, with canopy and one other item, tinplate signs to some (F)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

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Thorington (J. Monroe). The Glittering Mountains of Canada, A Record of Exploration and Pioneer Ascents in the Canadian Rockies 1919-24, 1st ed., Philadelphia, John W. Lea, 1925, ltd. ed. 173/1500 signed by the author, plts. and charts, large folding map at rear, orig. cloth gilt, spine ends rubbed, sl. marked on lower cover, 8vo, together with Stutfield (Hugh E.M. and J. Norman Collie), Climbs and Exploration in the Canadian Rockies, Longmans, 1903, half-title, frontis., numerous b&w plts. from photos., lacking pubs. ads. and large folding map at rear (map supplied in facsimile), orig. cloth gilt, sl. rubbed, small ink blemish to spine, 8vo, plus Wilcox (Walter Dwight), The Rockies of Canada, NY, Putnam's, 1900, frontis., numerous plts. with captioned tissue guards, two folding maps in pocket at rear, orig. gilt dec. cloth, rubbed, 8vo, plus two others related. Second item Neate S177. "One of the classics of the Canadian Rockies". (5)

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Gestel (Cornelius van). Historia Sacra et Profana Archiepiscopatus Mechliniensis; sive Descriptio Archi-Diocesis illius; item Urbium, Oppidorum, Pagorum, Dominiorum, Monasteriorum, Castellorumque sub ea, 2 vols. in 1, Hagae Comitum, apud Christianum van Lom, 1725, half-title present, title-page to vol. 1 printed in red and black, large folding map, thirteen eng. plts., seven of them folding, and nine eng. ports., errata leaf present at the end, some staining in the upper margins, slight dust-soiling, contemp. sprinkled calf, spine gilt, rubbed, joints cracked, folio, Theresa of Avila (Saint), Les Oeuvres de Sainte Therese, Divise'es en Deux Parties, de la Traduction Monsieur Arnauld d'Andilly, 2 parts in 1, Paris, 1696, eng. vign. title and full page eng. portrait of St. Theresa, head-pieces, etc., near-contemp. full calf, rubbed and some wear, joints cracked, 4to, plus other various folios, mostly 17th to 19th c., including Breviarium Benedictinum ex Romano restitutum, Rorschach, 1614, Graduale Monastico-Benedictinum, Brussels, 1784 (title torn with loss), various theological and other dictionaries, including some incomplete sets, all leather-bound or similar, folio. First item: Ex libris John Basil Lowder Tolhurst. (25)

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Poole (Matthew). Synopsis Criticorum Aliorumque S. Scripturae interpretum, 4 vols. bound in five, London, J. Flesher & T. Roycroft, 1st ed., 1669-76, double-column text, contemp. mottled calf, worn with joints partly cracked, large folio, together with Thomassin (Louis), Ancienne et Nouvelle Discipline de l'Eglise, touchant les beneficies et les beneficiers, 3 vols., Paris, 1725, titles printed in red and black, double-column text, contemp. full calf, gilt dec. spines, stained and some wear, folio, plus other theological folios, including Sacrorum Conciliorum nova, et amplissima collectio ..., 30 vols., 1759-92, and Concordantiae sacrorum bibliorum hebraicorum ..., 4 vols., 1747-49, all leather-bound, mostly similar. First item: Wing P2853. (50)

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Ammon (Friedrich August von). De iritide, Commentatio... , Liepzig, 1838, two folding hand-col. plts. at rear, orig. boards with printed paper label to upper cover, rubbed and soiled, some spine wear, slim 4to, together with Liebreich (Richard), Atlas der Ophthalmoscopie... , 2nd enlarged and revised ed., Berlin, 1870, twelve chromo. plts., hinges broken and contents detached, orig. cloth-backed printed boards, somewhat soiled, plus Magnus (Hugo), Ophthalmoscopiscar Atlas, Liepzig, 1872, fourteen chromo. plts., orig. cloth-backed printed boards, broken on spine and contents detached, both folio. Second item: Garrison Morton 5892 (1st ed., 1863). (3 )

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co*ckayne (Edward Alfred). Inherited Abnormalities of the Skin and its Appendages, 1st ed., OUP, 1933, b & w frontis., a few ink lib. stamps, orig. cloth, sl. rubbed, together with Hunt (Thomas), Practical Observations on the Pathology and Treatment of Certain Diseases of the Skin... , 1st ed., 1847, publisher's catalogue at rear, orig. cloth, rebacked with orig. spine relaid, rubbed and sl. soiled, plus Rayer (Pierre), Traite Theorique et Pratique des Maladies de la Peau, 2 vols., 1st ed., Paris, 1826-27, half-titles, some spotting, contemp. gilt dec. polished calf, a little rubbed, 8vo, atlas volume not present, plus two related by Hillier and Ziemssen. Garrison Morton 4008 (first item) and 3989 (third item). (5)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

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Gaskell (Walter Holbrook). On the Structure, Distribution and Function of the Nerves which Innervate the Visceral and Vascular Systems, (from the Journal of Physiology, vol. 7), offprint, [1886], four tinted litho. plts., incl. one folding, t.e.g., contemp. half morocco, rubbed and soiled, together with a group of thirteen other offprints by Gaskell, 1882-89, on cranial nerves, innervation of the heart, etc., five retaining orig. wrappers, six bound together and seven loosely contained in a modern cloth book-box. First item: Garrison Morton 1329. (14)

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Gillies (Harold Delf). Plastic Surgery of the Face based on Selected Cases of War Injuries of the Face including Burns... , 1st ed., 1920, b & w illusts. incl. many from photos, ex-lib. with several ink stamps, orig. cloth, rebacked with orig. spine relaid, rubbed, 4to, together with Brophy (Truman W.), Cleft Lip and Palate, 1st British ed., 1924, five col. plts. before title, b & w illusts. throughout, ex-lib. with several ink stamps, orig. cloth gilt, rubbed and soiled with two small tears near foot of spine, 8vo, plus Roberts (John B.), The Cure of Crooked and Otherwise Deformed Noses, Philadelphia, 1889, 24 pp., wood-eng. illusts., small excision to pp. 15/16 affecting text, damp-stained throughout, disbound, slim 8vo, plus two related books and seventeen journal extracts relating to plastic surgery contained in a modern cloth book-box. First item: Garrison Morten 5758. (22)

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Gowers (William Richard). A Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System, 2 vols., 1st eds. (vol. 1 US imprint), Philadelphia, 1886 & London, 1888, a few wood eng. illusts. to text, both vols. slightly soiled at front, ink lib. stamp to endpaper of vol. 2, hinges cracked, orig. uniform cloth gilt, spine ends slightly frayed and heads of spines restored, together with A Manual of Diseases of the Nervous System, 3rd ed., vol. 1 [all pub.], 1899, lacks half-title, orig. cloth, spine ends slightly nicked, upper cover dampmarked at upper outer corner, all 8vo, plus five related by Gowers, including four disbound extracts from a Clinical Journal, 1893-94, and two others by Rostan and Monakow. First Item: Garrison Morton 4569 (London imprint). (8)

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Hoffmann (Friedrich). Medicinae rationalis systmaticae... , 4 vols., second revised and enlarged ed., Halle an der Saale, 1729-39, first and last title printed in red and black, some light browning throughout, old ink inscriptions and name stamps to titles, contemp. vellum (vol. 4 part 1 contemp. half vellum), sl. rubbed and soiled, 4to, together with Dissertationes physico-medicae curiosae selectiores, 2 parts in one, Leiden, 1733-35, eng. frontis., contemp. half sheep, heavily rubbed, 8vo. First item: Garrison Morton 72 (Geneva edition, 1740-53). (5)

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Le Dran (Henry-Francois). Traite ou Reflexions tirees de la Pratique sur les playes d'armes a feu, 1st ed., Paris, 1737, signed on title by author (as usual), a little soiling, recent calf, small 8vo, together with Army Medical Department, Further Papers, House of Commons, 1810, 19 pp., stitched as issued, some marginal soiling, slim folio, plus four later items of military medical interest. First item: Garrison Morton 2149. (6)

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Mackenzie (James). Diseases of the Heart, 1st ed., 1908, b & w illusts., publisher's cat. at rear, ex-lib. with several ink stamps incl. to title, orig. cloth gilt, rubbed, together with five others related by Mackenzie incl. four offprints contained in a modern cloth book-box. First item: Garrison Morton 2026. (6)

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Marcellus, Empiricus. De medicamentis empiricis, physicis, ac rationalibus liber ante mille ac ducentos plus minus annos scriptus...., Item Claudii Galeni libri novem..., Basel: Hieronymus Froben, 1536, first part (Marcellus) only, short worm hole to title foremargin, old ink inscriptions at foot of title, subsequently deleted and with resultant paper loss from ink acid burns, noit affecting text but marks to following two leaves, bound with Manardo (Giovanni, 1462-1536), Epistolarum Medicinalium libri duodeuiginti, Basel: [Johann Bebel], 1535, bound with Constantine, the African, Opera, conquisita undique magno studio..., [vol. 1 of 2], Basel: Heinrich Petri, 1536[-39], each with printer's woodcut device to title and last two with device to final page, woodcut initials, some spotting throughout and scattered old marginalia, third work lacks signature O (six leaves), contemp. blind-stamped vellum over wood boards with Roman figure, cherub and floral designs, initials HC to upper cover, heavily rubbed, sl. wear and lacking clasps, folio. Adams M522 (both parts), M315 and C2549 (vol. 1) respec. Constantine: Garrison Morton 46 (both vols.). (1)

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Montgomery (W. F.). An Exposition of the Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy, 2nd ed., 1862, six col. plates, contemp. half calf, some corner wear, rebacked, together with Hart (D. Berry), Selected Papers in Gynaecology and Obstetrics, 1893, twenty b&w plts., illusts. to text, lib. label to front pastedown, orig. cloth, rebacked with orig. spine relaid, lib. mark at foot of spine, plus Lee (Robert), Pathological Research on Phlegmasia Dolens, (three extracts from Medical-Chirugical Transactions, vols. 15 & 16, 1829-31), three litho. plts. including two folding col. plts., modern cloth, plus other 19th c. obstetrics interest including pamphlets and extracts. First item: Garrison Morton 6173 (1st ed., 1837). (23)

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Pineau (Severinus). De Integritatis et Corruptionis Virginum Notis ..., Leiden, 1639, addn. eng. title, three woodcut plts. inc. two folding, two torn without loss incl. one with plate torn in two, two folding tables, few woodcut illusts., some soiling throughout, ink libnb. stamp at rear, old boards, 12mo, together with Barbette (Paul), Opera Chirurgico-Anatomica, ad circularem sanguinis motum..., 4 pts in one, Leiden, 1672, additional eng. title, sm. excision to main title affecting woodcut device and imprint details, full-p. eng. at p. 57, ink staining to first few leaves of third part, old vellum, plus Plazzoni (Francesco), De partibus generationi inservientibus, libri duo..., Item Gregorii Nymmani de vita foetus in utero, 2 pts in one, Leiden, 1644, ink stamp and marks to first title, lacks additional eng. title, separate title and pagination to second part, sl. soiling to last two leaves and foremargin of last leaf repaired not affecting text, contemp. vellum, all 12mo (3)

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Santorini (Giovanni Domenico). Observationes Anatomicae, Leiden, 1739, three folding eng. plts. at rear, first with closed tear repair, spotting throughout, old boards, some wear, 4to, together with Schulze (Johann Heinrich), Pathologiae specialis appendix de morbis mullerum et infantum... , ed. C.C. Strumpff, Halle, 1737, title printed in red and black, later boards, rubbed, plus Lower (Richard), Tractatus de corde, item de motu, colore, & transfusione sanguinis... , Leiden, 1728, title printed in red and black (old ink ownership stamp), seven folding eng. plts., contemp. quarter sheep, worn, both 8vo, plus other 18th-century Latin medical interest (18)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

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Schurig (Martin). Spermatologia historico-medica..., de castratione, herniotomia, phimosi, circumcisione ... et infibulatione, item de hermaphroditis et sexum mutantibus..., 1st ed., Frankfurt, 1620, title printed in red and black with old ownership inscriptions, some soiling at front and rear and old dampstaining to boards, contemp. calf, rubbed and turn-ins lifting, together with Syllepsilogia historica-medica hoc est conceptionis muliebris.., 1st ed., Deresden & Leipzig, 1731, spotting and browning throughout, modern boards, rubbed and soiled, spine chipped and browned, plus Rega (Henri Joseph), Tractatus duo de urinis..., Frankfurt & Leipzig, 1761, some sold ink marginalia, ink stamp to title, contemp. sheep gilt, rubbed, 8vo, plus Roederer (Johann Georg), Elementa artis obstetriciae..., rev. ed., Gottingen, 1759, eng. vign. to title, some old ink annotations and marginal browning at front and rear, contemp. half calf gilt, sl. corner wear, 8vo (4)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

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Underwood (Michael). A Treatise on the Diseases of Children, with Directions for the Management of Infants from the Birth, 3 vols., 5th revised and corrected ed., 1805, half-titles, pubs. ads. at rear of vol. 3, minor spotting throughout, recent half cloth, together with Smith (Hugh), Letters to Married Women, on Nursing and the Management of Children, 6th ed. 1792, spotting throughout, uncut, orig. boards, some edgewear, modern cloth reback, plus Hodd (P.), Practical Observations on the Diseases most Fatal to Children, with Reference to the Propriety of Treating them as Proceeding from Irritation, and not from Inflammation, 1st ed., 1845, some spotting at front and rear, orig. cloth, rebacked with orig. spine relaid, rubbed and soiled, all 8vo. First item: Garrison Morton 6326 (1784 edition). (5)

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Dominic Winter Book Auctions

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Soyer (Nicolas). Soyer's Paper-Bag Cookery, 1st ed., 1911, b & w port. frontis., 6pp. ads. at rear, orig. cloth, spine sl. faded, small 8vo, together with Soyer (Alexis), The Modern Housewife or MŽnagrie, Comprising Nearly One Thousand Receipts for the Economic and Judicious Preparation of Every Meal of the Day, and those for the Nursery and Sick Room..., 7th thou., 1849, two eng. plts., incl. port. frontis. (foxed), 11pp. ads. to rear, rough-trimmed, recent cloth, gilt lettered cloth label to spine, 8vo, plus Vine (Frederick T.), Cakes and How to Make Them, 2nd ed., c.1890; Saleable Shop Goods for Counter-Tray & Window, 6th ed., c.1890; Biscuits for Bakers, 1896; Savoury Pastry, 1900, together 4 vols., b & w plts. and illusts., ads., some browning, hinges split, all orig. cloth or cloth-backed boards, extrems. rubbed, second item soiled and edges worn, 8vo, plus fifty-four others relating to cookery, some with Elizabeth David's oval book ticket and notes, some with book ticket of Jill Norman, and incl. three copies of the Order of Service for Elizabeth David's memorial service in 1992 (60)

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Dreweatt Neate Donnington Priory Salerooms

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A mahogany and kingwood banded side cabinet, circa 1810 and later, the moulded cornice above two doors opening to three sliding trays, on a later plinth base, 130cm high, 126cm wide, 34.5cm deep (adapted, formerly part of a larger item)

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Rosebery's

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Church British School 19/20th Century- Highland landscape and river landscape; a pair, oil on board, both signed, 20x15cm: together with other 19/20th century prints and engraving after various hands to include William Hogarth 'Mr Garrick in the Character of Richard the 3rd', and others, NOTE:ADDITIONAL ITEM-BRITISH SCHOOL 19TH CENTURY- COURTING COUPLE ON A TERRACE; OIL ON CANVAS, BEARS INSCRIPTION, 24.3x18cm., (UNFRAMED), (6 NOT 5)

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G.W. Railwayana Auctions Ltd

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Southern Railway Shipping glass Carafe, with nicely etched with SR shipping flag and Southern Ry. Stands 7" tall with a base diameter of 4". A wonderful, scarce item in excellent condition, no chips or cracks.

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G.W. Railwayana Auctions Ltd

Lot 143

* GWR Lamp Tablet SOUTHALL, white on black enamel with top flange, couple of small chip repairs but retains a very good shine. A rare item not seen before. Compliments the totem from the same station elsewhere in the auction.

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G.W. Railwayana Auctions Ltd

Lot 194

* A LMS small cylindrical tinplate oil container with conical top and curved handle and complete its with original brass plate LMS STORES St HELENS JUNC No 310. An unusual item standing 10" tall.

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G.W. Railwayana Auctions Ltd

Lot 202

* GWR Scroll for the Funeral Of Her Late Most Gracious Majesty The Queen, Arrangements Of Royal Train, Paddington to Windsor, 1.32pm Saturday 2nd Feb 1901. An absolutely stunning item with the complete train including the locomotive positioned across the page as a guide to a table beneath announcing the individuals in each carriage and the loco crew. Ornate, coloured border with the royal crests in each of the top corners. Printed by Waterlow & Sons, it is in the original, gilded frame bearing a label on the rear stating that it is the private property of E. Ford. This gentleman was the Chief Goods Manager of the GWR from Feb 1924 until Mar 1931 and the item hung in his Paddington Office. The vendors Grandfather was Goods Manager at Paddington and acquired the item during his career. Excellent condition with just the slightest hint of foxing top centre. The frame has lost some gilding which detracts little for such an historic survivor.

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G.W. Railwayana Auctions Ltd

Lot 205

* GWR Horse Grooming Comb. Manufactured from what appears to be horn, it measures 4½" x 3" with 15 teeth. Faintly stamped 'GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY' on one side. Good condition with normal wear through use, three teeth a little shorter than the others. An interesting item, not seen previously by us.

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G.W. Railwayana Auctions Ltd

Lot 287

* A LSWR small brass electrical inspection lamp stamped nicely in the top L&SWR, an extremely well made piece constructed entirely out of brass and complete except for the bulb and wire. A rare item not seen by us before.

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G.W. Railwayana Auctions Ltd

Lot 395

LMS Lamp Tablet 10¾" x 3½" TORVER, red background with opaque lettering on glass , a rare item from the former Furness Rly station on the line from Foxfield to Coniston closed on the 30th April 1963.

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G.W. Railwayana Auctions Ltd

Lot 419

Laminated line side ground frame layout diagram “Shap Summit Emergency Frame”. A nice item from this famous location.

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