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(ALLINGHAM, William). Warner, Alan.
William Allingham.
Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, (1975). First American edition.
Octavo, black cloth, pp. 90. Fine in a very good dust jacket, with a few short tears.
$27.50                          Book Number: 2340                         Order / Enquire

ALLINGHAM, William. Editor.
The Ballad Book. A Selection of the Choicest British Ballads.
Boston: D. Lothrop and Co., (N.d., but circa late 19th century).
8vo., teal blue cloth stamped in gilt and dark brown, pp. xlvii, 397. Rubbing and slight fraying to spine ends and corner tips, else very good.
$45.00                          Book Number: 9813                         Order / Enquire

ALLINGHAM, William. Editor.
The Ballad Book. A Selection of the Choicest Old Ballads.
New York: White, Stokes, & Allen, 1886.
8vo., maroon stamped in gilt, pp. xlvii, 397. Bookplate on pastedown and old church library plate on fly leaf, else near fine.
$45.00                          Book Number: 9814                         Order / Enquire

ALLINGHAM, William. Introduction by Geoffrey Grigson.
William Allingham's Diary.
Fontwell: Centaur Press, (1967). New edition.
Octavo, navy blue cloth, pp. xii, 404. A rich and important sourcebook for the period. Near fine in a price-clipped dust jacket. Corners of covers are a little bumped, else a very good copy in a price-clipped dust jacket, with a tiny tear at the rear fold. See Latham 169
$22.00                          Book Number: 2341                         Order / Enquire

ALLINGHAM, William. [Edited by H. Allingham and D. Radford; Introduction by John Julius Norwich].
The Diaries.
London: The Folio Society, 1990. New edition.
Large octavo, green gilt-stamped cloth, pp 351; illustrated. A rich and important sourcebook for the period. Fine copy in a very good slipcase, with a few small whitespots on one panel. See Latham 169. [Oversize*].
$27.50                          Book Number: 8507                         Order / Enquire

ALLINGHAM, William. [Edited by H. Allingham and D. Radford; Introduction by John Julius Norwich].
A Diary.
(Harmonsworth): Penguin, (1985). First thus, with a new introduction by Norwich.
A trade paperback, pp. xv, 404. A rich and important sourcebook for the period. Pages yellowed, covers are quite creased, else a good reading copy. See Latham 169
$16.50                          Book Number: 9777                         Order / Enquire

ALLINGHAM, William. [Illustrations by Erik Blegvad].
The Dirty Old Man.
Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall Inc., (1965). First edition.
Beige cloth boards, [about 24 pp]., illustrated in colour. An ex-library copy, with the usual litany of ink stamps, labels and card pockets. A good, tight copy.
$16.50                          Book Number: 9780                         Order / Enquire

ALMA-TADEMA, Sir Lawrence. (1836-1912).
Autograph Note, signed.
Card with imprinted address of 34, Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, N.W. This brief note in Alma-Tadema's hand reads, "an autograph for Mr. G.A. R. Hassard's collection, L. Alma-Tadema" Dated 12 Sept., 1903. Card has been mounted on notepaper along with the original mailing envelope, addressed in the artist's hand. Very good.
$110.00                          Book Number: 6310                         Order / Enquire

ATTWOOD, Philip.
Artistic Circles. The Medal in Great Britain 1880-1918.
(London): Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by The British Museum Press, (1992). First edition.
24.6 cm x 18.9 cm, card covers, pp. 64; illustrated with 130 black and white illustrations. Includes work and designs by numerous pre-Raphaelite artists and their associates, including Edward Poynter, Maria Zambaco, Effie Stillman, Joseph Moore [after designs by Thomas Woolner], Sir Frederic Leighton, Noel Paton, George Frampton, Alfred Gilbert, and William Rothenstein. The numerous illustrations include a cast medal of Charles Ricketts by Alponse Legros, as well as images of Alfred Tennyson, Charles Darwin, John Stuart Mill, Lillie Langtry, Henry Irving, Marie Stillman, John Marshall (Rossetti's doctor), Mary Kingsley, Alphonse Legros, and George Frederick Watts. Fine.
$22.00                          Book Number: 12895                         Order / Enquire

Woman and the Demon. The Life of a Victorian Myth.
Cambridge: Harvard, (1982). First edition.
Octavo, teal blue cloth, pp. xi, 255; illustrated. With a considerable amount of material on pre-Raphaelite art and literature. Fine in a very good dust jacket (several small tears).
$16.50                          Book Number: 5722                         Order / Enquire

London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, (N.d).
20.5 cm x 15.7 cm, green cloth, pp. 79; illustrated with eight reproductions in colour. A volume in the attractively produced Masterpieces in Colour series, edited by T. Leman Hare. Near fine in dust jacket with a chipping to the top of the front panel, the head of the spine, and with a few small closed tears, else nice and bright. Uncommon in dust jacket.
$40.00                          Book Number: 12570                         Order / Enquire

BATE, Percy H.
English Pre-Raphaelite Painters. Their Associates and Successors.
Freeport: Books for Libraries Press, (1970). Reprint of the second edition of 1901.
Octavo, orange cloth, pp. xix, 124; illustrated in black & white. Moderate foxing to endpapers and page edges, else a very good copy. No dust jacket as issued. See Fredeman 75.21
$35.00                          Book Number: 9768                         Order / Enquire

Artists of the Pre-Raphaelite Circle. The First Generation.
London: Published for the National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside by Lund Humphries, (1988). First edition.
Quarto, card covers, pp. 207; illustrated in colour and black & white. A Catalogue of Pre-Raphaelite works in the Walker Art Gallery, Lady Lever Art Gallery and Sudley Art Gallery. With useful annotations. Bump near top of spine has left a crease through the upper left corner of the text block, else very good.
$25.00                          Book Number: 9769                         Order / Enquire

BICKLEY, Francis [Lawrence].
The Pre-Raphaelite Comedy.
New York: Henry Holt & Company, (N.d).
8vo., brown cloth, pp. x, 276; illustrated with all plates present. "A popular account of the PRB, focusing principally on Rossetti". Ex-library copy, with tidy numerals added to the spine and other occasional library markings. Overall a clean tight copy; lacks dust jacket. Fredeman 66.22
$16.50                          Book Number: 8820                         Order / Enquire

(BLUNT, Wilfrid Scawen). Longford, Elizabeth.
A Pilgrimage of Passion. The Life of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt.
New York:Alfred A. Knopf, (1980). First American edition.
Octavo, brown boards, backed in maroon cloth, pp. xi, 467; illustrated. A biography of the poet-adventurer. Includes references to Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William, Jane and May Morris, and other Victorian art and literary figures. Crease to top page corners runs through from beginning to about page 20, tiny stain from publisher's top page edge stain to front free endpaper, remainder stamp to bottom page edge, else very good in a fine dust jacket.
$16.50                          Book Number: 9767                         Order / Enquire

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