Sale: 110219

Feb 11 2019 10:00 - Lewes North Street

Gorringe's Weekly Sale

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Lot 1

A SMALL LIBRARY OF BOOKS AND ANTIQUARIAN MAPS QUILLER-Couch, Arthur, Sir - The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales, illustrated by Ed

Estimate: £80  - 120

Sold for £85

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Lot 2

Arabian Knights - Sinbad the Sailor, illustrated by Edmund Dulac, quarto, half cloth, with 23 tipped-in colour

Estimate: £80  - 120

Sold for £150

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Lot 3

Dulac, Edmund, illustrator - Edmund Dulacs Fairy-Book; Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations, quarto, with 16 colour

Estimate: £200  - 300

Sold for £170

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Lot 4

Eyton, Thomas Campbell - A History of the rarer British Birds, 2 parts in 1 volume, 8vo, original cloth, spine

Estimate: £60  - 80

Sold for £35

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Lot 5

Buffon, Georges Louis Marie Leclerc, Comte de - Natural History, General and Particular, 20 vols, 8vo, rebacked

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £650

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Lot 6

Yarrell, William - A History of British Birds, 3 vols, 8vo, half calf, London 1843

Estimate: £60  - 100

Sold for £75

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Lot 7

Shaw, George - Vivarium Naturae; or The Naturalists Miscellany, 10 vols (of 25), 8vo, rebacked quarter calf

Estimate: £500  - 800

Sold for £2,200

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Lot 8

Dawe, George R.A. - The Life of George Morland, 49 of 175, folio, half vellum, London 1904,

Estimate: £40  - 60

Sold for £70

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Lot 9

Hume, Frederick Edward - Familiar Wild Flowers, 1st to 7th series, in 7 vols, 8vo, cloth, London 1902-12

Estimate: £50  - 80

Sold for £55

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Lot 10

Pratt, Anne - The Flowering Plants, Grasses, Sedges and Ferns of Great Britain, 6 vols, 8vo, original cloth,

Estimate: £150  - 200

Sold for £120

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Lot 11

Thiers, Louis Adolphe - The History of the French Revolution, 5 vols, half calf, 8vo, scuffed, joints split, London 1838

Estimate: £50  - 70

Unsold

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Lot 12

Tourtell, Mary - Rupert Little Bear Library, numbers 14,21,28,36,38 and 40, 8vo, yellow boards, some split

Estimate: £40  - 60

Unsold

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Lot 13

Adams, Richard (Novelist) - Watership Down, one of 250, illustrated by John Lawrence, full morocco by Sangorski

Estimate: £500  - 800

Sold for £1,100

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Lot 14

Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir - The Lost World, 1st edition, 2nd issue, brown cloth, with 9 plates, front spine joint

Estimate: £80  - 120

Sold for £130

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Lot 15

Prichard, Hesketh - Through The Heart of Patagonia, 1st edition, quarto, cloth, with 3 folded maps, London 1902

Estimate: £100  - 150

Sold for £50

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Lot 16

Choisy, Francois-Timoléon de - Histoire de la Comtesse des Barres à Madame la Marquise de Lambert, Bruxelles,

Estimate: £100  - 150

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Lot 17

Flint, William Russell Sir - Breakfast in Perigord, one of 525, signed, folio, quarter morocco, with slip case, London 1968

Estimate: £100  - 150

Sold for £70

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Lot 18

Koestler, Arthur - Spanish Testament, an uncorrected proof, section cut from title page to form a window

Estimate: £80  - 120

Sold for £55

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Lot 19

Greene, Graham - The End of The Affair, 1st edition, 8vo, with d.j., [Times Book Club binding], browned and chipped

Estimate: £120  - 160

Sold for £100

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Lot 20

Navy List for the Years 1825, 1827, 1829, 1836-37, 1846-47, 1849-50, 1852, 1854-55, 1857-59, 1867,

Estimate: £300  - 400

Sold for £280

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Lot 21

Benningfield, Gordon (Illustrator) and Gooden, Robert (text) - Butterflies, one of 250 signed by the illustrator,

Estimate: £50  - 80

Sold for £90

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Lot 22

Jones, Owen - The Preacher, chromolithograph title and 34 pages, disbound, with elaborate heat stamped boards

Estimate: £100  - 150

Sold for £160

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Lot 23

Manning, Rev. O and Bray, William - The History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey, 3 vols, folio, a

Estimate: £50  - 80

Sold for £65

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Lot 24

In August 1974. Miss Sheila MacKellow, late of Beacon Gardens, Crowborough, East Sussex, wrote to Richard Nixon, following his resignat

Estimate: £300  - 500

Sold for £300

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Lot 25

Nixon, Richard M - The Real War, 1st edition, 8vo, in clipped d/j, inscribed to Sheila MacKellow 8th January, 1981,

Estimate: £100  - 150

Unsold

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