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ASHBEE, C(harles). R(obert).
Kingfisher Out of Egypt. A Dialogue in an English Garden.
London: Oxford University Press, 1934. First edition, #266 of 750 copies.
8vo., quarter vellum/patterened paper-covered boards, pp. 51, with seven collotypes by Emery Walker Limited. Printed at The Alcuin Press. A dialogue involving Akhenaton, Aspasia, Josephus, Saint Louis, Saadi, Beatrice d'Este and Pierpont Morgan! Signed presentation copy, "To Dr. Gordon Ward 'Xmas Greetings' From the author C.R.Ashbee, 1935". Ashbee presentation copies are not common. Corners lightly rubbed, spine slightly cocked, else a very good copy.
$350.00                          Book Number: 6006                         Order / Enquire

ASHBEE, C(harles). R(obert).
Grannie: A Victorian Cameo.
Oxford: Printed at the University Press, 1939. First edition, #47 of 100 copies printed.
8vo., quarter vellum/patterened paper-covered boards, pp. (vi), 87, with three illustrations. Published for distribution amongst Ashbee's family and friends. Inscribed by C.R.R. and C.R.A(shbee). Also laid in is an A.L.s., signed C.R.R. Corners of boards quite worn, vellum lightly foxed, with some wear to paper-covered boards along edges of the vellum spine, else very good.
$450.00                          Book Number: 6009                         Order / Enquire

ASHBEE, C(harles). R(obert).
The Kings of Min Zaman.
London: Oxford University Press, 1938. First edition.
8vo., quarter vellum/patterened paper-covered boards, pp. x, 29. Some light wear to vellum spine, else near fine.
$65.00                          Book Number: 6007                         Order / Enquire

ASHBEE, C(harles). R(obert).
Lyrics of the Nile.
London: Oxford University Press, 1938. Second edition.
8vo., quarter vellum/patterened paper-covered boards, pp. viii, (88). Previously published by Ashbee's Essex House Press. Laid in is a printed complimentary slip, initialled by Ashbee, Slight wear at corners, else fine.
$225.00                          Book Number: 6008                         Order / Enquire

Ayres, Diane; Hansen, Timothy; McPherson, Beth Ann; McPherson, Tommy Arthur II
American Arts and Crafts Textiles
(New York): Harry N Abrams Inc., Publishers, (2002). First edition.
10" x 10 1/2", cranberry cloth, pp. 248; illustrated throughout in colour and b&w. Short marker stripe to bottom page edge (remainder mark), else a fine copy in a torn and creased dust jacket. The dust jacket is supplied in an archival quality mylar dust jacket protector which makes it appear quite presentable. [Oversize*]
$35.00                          Book Number: 13623                         Order / Enquire

The Story of a Passion.
(East Aurora): The Roycroft Shop, 1901. Regular edition.
19.5 cm x 15 cm, recently rebound in pale green paper covered boards with paper labels on spine and upper board, top edge gilt, pp. 14, printed in two colours on Roycroft handmade, illustrated title page and numerous decorations throughout This copy hand "illumined" by Ella Stackman. Prevoious owners' name and date of 1903 on endpaper. Internally very good, new covers are fine. McKenna 73
$55.00                          Book Number: 12080                         Order / Enquire

CHAMPNEY, Freeman.
Art & Glory. The Story of Elbert Hubbard.
Kent: Kent State University Press, (1983). First paper edition.
8vo., wrappers, pp. (xii), 248, illustrated. Slight tear in wrappers at spine, else a very good copy.
$16.50                          Book Number: 6134                         Order / Enquire

HASLAM, Malcolm.
Arts & Crafts Carpets.
London: David Black, (1991). First edition.
Quarto, dark green cloth, pp. 200; illustrated in clour and b&w. A study of the carpets, their designers and manufacturers. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. (extra postage)
$85.00                          Book Number: 14133                         Order / Enquire

(HUBBARD, Elbert). Balch, David Arnold.
Elbert Hubbard. Genius of Roycroft.
New York: Frederick A. Stles Company, (1940). First edition.
Octavo, brown cloth with gilt Roycroft monograms on spine and front board, top page edge stained burgundy, pp. [ix], 320; eight illustrations. A lovely fine copy, lacking the dust jacket.
$65.00                          Book Number: 12598                         Order / Enquire

HUBBARD, Elbert.
White Hyacinths.
East Aurora: Roycroft Printing Shop, (1907). First edition, variant issue with 108 pages.
18.5 cm x 12.5 cm, in a recent binding of quarter deep green morocco with black rules and brown leather spine label over marbled boards, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, pp. 108. "Printed in three colours on Roycroft watermarked machine made paper. title page, initial letters and decorations designed by Dard Hunter. Photogravure portraits of Alice and Elbert Hubbard on vellum as frontispiece." This issue omits the essay _In Re Success_; McKenna states that this."is a true variant and not a collating error since the typographic treatment of the last sentences of the two editions [i.e. variants], are different". Fine condition. McKenna 154a.
$185.00                          Book Number: 12073                         Order / Enquire

Westminster Abbey and the King's Craftsmen. A Study of Medieval Building.
London: Duckworth & Co., 1906. First edition.
9.5" x 7.25 ", dark green cloth with gilt design on upper board and spine, top edge egilt, pp. xvi, [383]; illustrated. An indepth account of the creation of Westminster Abbey and the craftsmen who helped build it. William R. Lethaby (1857-1931) was a follower of William Morris, an important architect, a prominent member of the Arts and Crafts Movement, and Principal of the Central School of Arts & Crafts. Some foxing to frontispiece, crack in front inner-hinge repaired with Japanese paper, spine a bit leaned, covers and text are especially clean and bright. Very good or better.
$185.00                          Book Number: 3214                         Order / Enquire

Architecture. An Introduction to the History and Theory of the Art of Building.
London: Thornton Butterworth, Limited, (1930). Revised edition, second impression.
12mo., grey-blue cloth, pp. 252, [4] publisher's ads. Volume 39 in Butterworth's "Home University Library of Modern Knowledge" series. Near fine in the uncommon dust jacket, a bit spotted on the rear panel, and with a tiny edge tear.
$45.00                          Book Number: 12566                         Order / Enquire

(LIBERTY OF LONDON). Adburgham, Alison.
Liberty's. A Biography of a Shop.
London: Allen & Unwin, (1975). First edition, paper issue.
8vo., card covers, pp. 160; illustrated. Near fine.
$24.75                          Book Number: 9581                         Order / Enquire

(LIBERTY OF LONDON). Calloway, Stephen.
Liberty of London. Masters of Style and Decoration.
Boston: Little Brown, (1992). First American edition.
Navy cloth, large 4to., 224pp., illustrated. Fine in dust jacket. [Oversize*]
$75.00                          Book Number: 2385                         Order / Enquire

(LUTYENS, Edwin); Stockwell, A. J. (editor); Burroughs, Peter (editor)
Managing the Business of Empire. Essays in Honour of David Fieldhouse.
London: Frank Cass Publishers, (1998). First edition.
Octavo, green boards, pp. 262, + [2] publisher's ads. Contains the 17 page essay, "Edwin Lutyens, New Delhi, and the Architecture of Imperialism", by Jane Ridley. Near fine in dust jacket.
$75.00                          Book Number: 14272                         Order / Enquire

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