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AntiqueMap&Bookshop Nov 13
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Sophie Schneideman Dec 13
One of the Golden Cockerel Press’s cockerels blocked in gilt on cream cloth. This Cockerel by David Jones but there were others by all the best illustrators of the day.
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Meagen Sep 30
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Sophie Schneideman Dec 6
Sumptuous patterned paper from J&J Jeffery in Edinburgh. Glorious.
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Tristan Proctor Sep 3
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Folio Atelier 2 Jun 18
Feathered onlays in preparation. Can’t wait to have them ready for the book!
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Scarlet Imprint Nov 6
The fine edition of Holy Daimon by Frater Acher, half bound in dark green goatskin with a monochrome peacock marble. We’ve had a great response to this title, both fine and standard editions are sold out, just the paperback is available.
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Al Hafiz Co Sep 2
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Eton College Library 28 Feb 18
Cometh the snow, cometh the reindeer! Today's cataloguing project (MS 263 with London binding in red morocco, c.1697), complete with gambolling deer.
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Bromer Booksellers Sep 10
Leon Underwood's woodcuts in a sharp James Brockman binding...style doesn't get much more modern than this. (28058)
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AntiqueMap&Bookshop Jan 5
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AntiqueMap&Bookshop Nov 3
Thomas Hardy first edition of The Hand of Ethelberta 2 volumes published 1876 bound in this lovely half calf leather binding
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Book Stream Jan 26
Replying to @wisdompedlars
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Henry Pordes Books Feb 15
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AntiqueMap&Bookshop Oct 10
Solid silver covers for this Common prayer, great detailing on the cherubs @ Antique Map &…
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The First Edition Rare Books 19 Mar 18
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Browsers' Bookstore Sep 12
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AntiqueMap&Bookshop Feb 4
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Rooke Books 24 Nov 17
Currently listing this lovely work bound by Messrs Leighton, to replicate 17th century binding styles. This is a 20th century reprint of 'A Short Survey of 26 Counties'
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OldGloryVintagePaper 19 Dec 17
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