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Taylor, E.G.R. - John Speed
Taylor, E.G.R. - John Speed's Atlas of England & Wales
Forty Plates from John Speed's Pocket Atlas of 1627

Publisher: Penguin Books, London, 1951.
First edition thus, small hardback, dustwrapper, 32 pages + 40 colour plates, previous owner's inscription to front pastedown-endpaper else in Very Good condition.
A King Penguin Book. Reprint of the colour plates from John Speed's pocket atlas of 1627, with commentary by Professor Eva Taylor. [Non-philatelic]
£4.00Quantity:

Migeo, Marcel - Saint-Exupéry A Biography
Migeo, Marcel - Saint-Exupéry
A Biography

Publisher: Macdonald & Co., London, 1961.
First U.K. edition, hardback, dustwrapper, 335 pages + plates, dustwrapper chipped at top of spine and with one or two short tears, top-edges very slightly dusty, in Good+ condition.
Classic biography of the French aviator. [Non-philatelic]
£12.50Quantity:

Harper, Charles G. - The Manchester and Glasgow Road
Harper, Charles G. - The Manchester and Glasgow Road
Publisher: Chapman & Hall, London, 1907.
First edition, two volumes, hardback, original green cloth, frontispiece + xix + 358 pages, frontispiece + xiii + 332 pages, illustrated with full-page plates and numerous illustrations within the text, Vol. 2 a little rubbed to spine and with slight foxing to preliminaries, edges a little dusty, else in Very Good condition.
A classic history of the mail coach days. Well illustrated. Scarce.
£90.00Quantity:

Bertall - The Communists of Paris 1871
Types - Physiognomies - Characters

Publisher: Buckingham & Co., London, 1873.
English edition, large hardback, original green cloth gilt, all page-edges gilt, unpaginated, 40 hand-coloured plates, spine and corners rubbed, head and foot of spine scuffed with slight loss, slight crack to front inner-hinge, repaired tear to title-page, some toning and occasional blemishes to margins, in Fair to Good condition.
Wonderful caricatures of characters of the Siege of Paris and the Commune, with commentary by "An Englishman". [Non-philatelic][click "next" for more images]
£50.00Quantity:

Evans, H.L. - Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury An Abridged History of the Paper by H.L. Evans, its Editor, 1920-1950, with a description of the mechanical developments during the past century
Evans, H.L. - Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury
An Abridged History of the Paper by H.L. Evans, its Editor, 1920-1950, with a description of the mechanical developments during the past century

Publisher: Stamford Mercury, nd (circa 1950).
Oblong format, paperback, illustrated, 12 pages, in Very Good condition.
A short history of the newspaper, illustrated with black & white photos. Non-philatelic. Scarce.
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