Firsts 2021 - Saatchi Gallery

J onke r s Rar e Books

FIRSTS 2021 Saat chi Ga l l ery

London SW3 4RY 21 s t - 24 th Oc tober STAND B10



Fi r s t s 2021

Literature 1785 - 1893

day People. John Macrone, 1836, 1837. First editions. The first series in original dark green cloth with gilt titles on the spine, with variant orange coated endpapers; the second series in peach coloured cloth lettered in gilt to the spine and yellow coated endpapers. The second series in Sadleir’s earlier state. An exceptional set, seldom seen in such uniformly excellent condition. £19,500 EARLY DICKENS IN CLOTH 5. DICKENS, Charles THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF NICHOLAS NICKLEBY Chapman & Hall, 1839. First edition. Publisher’s primary binding of dark green fine diaper cloth, with plain ruled borders in blind to covers and titles in gilt on the spine. A crisp copy with minimal wear. The author’s third novel. Seldom encountered in good original cloth. £7,500 SIGNED RELIC OF DICKENS’S THESPIAN PURSUITS 6. DICKENS, Charles A PLAYBILL AND SIGNED TICKET FOR A “STRICTLY PRIVATE” AMATEUR PERFORMANCE Bradbury and Evans, September 20, 1845. The original playbill, and a ticket signed by Dickens, for the amateur performance of Ben Jonson’s Every Man In His Hu- mour in which Dickens starred. The ticket (95 x 130mm), titled “Strictly Private” and inscribed in Dickens’s hand for “Miss M. Holskamp”, and offering her seat no. “40” in “Boxes. Sec - ond Circle”. The ticket is also signed by Dickens to verso. Both items mounted, framed and glazed, with a window mount to verso showing Dickens’s signature. An excellent relic of a extravagant evening of amateur dramatics, both organised by and starring Charles Dickens. £9,500 FIRST ONE VOLUME EDITION 7. DICKENS, Charles OLIVER TWIST or The Parish Boy’s Progress Bradbury & Evans, 1846.

RARE IN ORIGINAL CLOTH 1. BLACKMORE, R.D. LORNA DOONE Sampson Low, 1869. First edition. Publisher’s original blue finely ribbed cloth (Carter’s A variant). Together with a first edition of Slain by the Doones and an autograph letter. It has long since been regarded as one of the rarest of the major nineteenth century novels in original cloth. £18,750 RARE ARABIAN POETRY, BEAUTIFULLY PRESERVED 2. CARLYLE, J. D. SPECIMENS OF ARABIAN POETRY Print- ed by John Burges, Printer To The University, 1796. First edition, second issue (as usual), with the cancel title page. A fine copy, beautifully preserved in a contemporary binding. Perhaps Carlyle’s most significant contribution to Orientalist scholarship, this work prints sixty poems by Arabic poets, of - ten from MSS, before providing the English translation and biographies of the authors. £1,250 “TO-DAY COPIES ARE RARELY SEEN” 3. COLLINS, Wilkie THE QUEEN OF HEARTS Hurst & Black- ett, 1859. First edition. Three volumes in publisher’s olive, wavy grained, cloth with gilt titles to the spine and decoration to covers in blind.A fine copy, with only the most trivial wear to the spine ends. Exceptionally scarce in the original cloth, Michael Sadlier notes even in 1951, “that to-day copies are rarely seen”, and places it second in his list of comparative scarcities. £25,000 DICKENS’ FIRST WORK IN ORIGINAL CLOTH 4. [DICKENS, Charles] SKETCHES BY “BOZ,” [FIRST AND SECOND SERIES] Illustrative of Every-day Life and Every-


J onke r s Rar e Books

First one volume edition. Original blue-grey cloth with blind ornamental border to the covers and gilt wreath vignette to the upper cover. A fine copy, bright and crisp with barely a hair out of place. Dickens’ second novel, originally published in three volumes in 1838. Such was its popularity that Dickens was persuaded by his new publishers to revise to work to be issued with re- drawn illustrations in a single volume. Uncommon in cloth, particularly so well preserved. £5,000 IN FINE ORIGINAL CLOTH 8. DICKENS, Charles THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD Bradbury & Evans, 1850. First edition. First state of vignette title page (dated). Publish - er’s primary binding of sage green cloth stamped in blind with ruled border and central arabesque to covers and lettered in gilt on the spine. An exceptionally well preserved copy. Sadleir listed it at the top of his list of comparative scarcities for Dickens in fine condition and we have found it consistently the most difficult of Dickens’ major works to find in good un - repaired cloth. £22,500

AUTHOR’S PRESENTATION COPY 9. DICKENS, Charles CHRISTMAS BOOKS Chapman and Hall, 1852. First collected edition. Author’s presentation copy, inscribed by Dickens, “Agnes Sarah Lawrence, from her affectionate friend Charles Dickens, Twenty Second November 1852”. Publisher’s presentation binding of contemporary red calf. The recipient was the daughter of John Towers Lawrence of Birmingham. Dickens corresponded with her father in Febru - ary that year about performing in Birmingham and returned that Christmas to give a three-and-a-half-hour reading of A Christmas Carol and The Cricket on the Hearth - the first of his famous readings. £60,000 IN FINE ORIGINAL CLOTH 10. DICKENS, Charles BLEAKHOUSE Bradbury &Evans, 1853. First edition. Original publisher’s primary binding of olive green fine diaper cloth. Dickens’s octavo novels have rarely survived in good unprepared cloth, however, possibly as a consequence of its immediate popularity, copies of Bleak House seem particularly uncommon. £12,500


Fi r s t s 2021

DICKENS’S GOTHIC MASTERPIECE 11. DICKENS, Charles GREAT EXPECTATIONS Chapman & Hall, 1861. First edition, first impression. Three volumes, bound in con - temporary polished calf with flat spines ruled in gilt and mo - rocco title and volume labels. An exceptionally well preserved set, seldom encountered in a contemporary binding. The first printing of Dickens’ gothic masterpiece, now consid - ered his best constructed and most popular novel and one of the great works of nineteenth century literature. Only 1000 copies of Great Expectations were bound for the first impression on 6 July 1861. The scarcity of this work is fur - ther exacerbated by the fact that majority of the first printing were sold to libraries so whilst copies do survive in the origi- nal cloth, they are usually well used and with the stamps and stickers commensurate with library circulation, or have been rebound in modern bindings. Copies in good order in contem - porary bindings are rare. £45,000

EXCEPTIONAL COPIES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES BOOKS 12. DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan THE SIGN OF FOUR Spencer Blackett, 1890. First edition, first state, in the first issue binding. The finest copy we have encountered. Copies of the first issue are scarce in any condition and genuinely rare in fine condition. £45,000 13. DOYLE, Arthur Conan THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES Newnes, 1905. First edition. A fine copy, the cloth strikingly vibrant and free from wear. Its fine cloth and squat construction have made it particularly susceptible to wear, making copies in such fresh condition notably uncommon. £6,000


J onke r s Rar e Books

A NOTED RARITY 14. MELVILLE, Herman THE WHITE JACKET Or The World in a Man-of-War Richard Bentley, 1850. First edition. Two volumes. Publisher’s blue cloth with blind stamped decoration. An exceptional copy of a noted rarity. This British edition, preceding it’s American counterpart by some two months. Copies of the first issue are notably rare in any state and exceptionally so in fine original cloth. £60,000 IN ORIGINAL BOARDS 15. [PEACOCK, Thomas Love] NIGHTMARE ABBEY T. Hookham, Jun. & Baldwin Cradock and Joy, 1818. First edition. Original publisher’s drab grey boards, edges un- cut. A well preserved copy, seldom encountered in boards. Rare in boards. Other than this, offered in the Hersholt sale in 1954, there have only been three other copies at auction in the last 100 years, in 1952, 1945 (Hogan copy) and 1936. £4,500

IN RARE NINETEENTH CENTURY DUSTWRAPPER 16. ROSSETTI, Christina; HOUSMAN, Laurence GOBLIN MARKET Macmillan, 1893. First edition illustrated by Housman. Original green cloth elaborately decorated in gilt, in the original dustwrapper. A fine, bright copy in a crisp, near fine dustwrapper. £3,000 “A SYNTHESIS OF DOMESTIC AND GOTHIC FICTION” 17. SMITH, Charlotte MARCHMONT Sampson Low, 1796. First edition. Four volumes, all bound in contemporary speck - led calf. A fine set, fresh and crisp, completely without repair. £2,000 INSCRIBED BY STEVENSON FOR HIS MOTHER 18. STEVENSON, Robert Louis PRINCE OTTO A Romance Chatto & Windus, 1885. First edition. Original cloth with red floral motif and gilt titles to spine. Author’s presentation copy to his mother, inscribed, “The author to his mother, Skerryvore, Bournemouth.” A fine association copy. Stevenson’s presentation copies to his mother are a testament to the most personal and fundamental of influences. £15,000 THE FIRST EDITION OF THE BHAGAVAD GITA 19. WILKINS, Charles THE BHAGVAT-GEETA Or Dialogues Of Kreeshna And Arjoon Printed For C. Nourse, 1785. First edition. 4to (317 x 235mm). An exceptionally well-pre - served copy in very fine contemporary tree calf. The first edition in English of the Bhagavad Gita, the most revered text in Hinduism, with a fine association and prove - nance. £12,500


Fi r s t s 2021

Modern Literature

INSCRIBED PRESENTATION FROM RUPERT BROOKE 24. [BROOKE, Rupert]; SYNGE, John M. DEIRDRE OF THE SORROWS A Play Maunsel and Company, 1910. Inscribed by Brooke as a gift, “Miss Dixon from Rupert Brooke 1913”A parting gift sent to the daughter of James Dixon, a Fi - jian civil servant with whom Brooke stayed in Souva, Fiji, on his tour of the South Seas in 1913 and 1914. Brooke bought the book in New Zealand, the next stop on his tour after leaving Fiji. In a letter to Dixon, Brooke says, “I wandered into a shop & found a few passable and possible books. A memory of your isolation in Fiji woke in me, - so I’m sending something to alle - viate the heat of the summer with.” £4,500 INSCRIBED TO IAN FLEMING 25. CHANDLER, Raymond PLAYBACK Hamilton, 1958. First edition. Author’s presentation copy, inscribed to Ian Fleming on the front free endpaper, “To Ian, With Love Ray”. An exceptional association linking two of the most influential thriller writers of the twentieth century. £50,000

THE FIRST ‘NICHOLAS BLAKE’ NOVEL 20. BLAKE, Nicholas; [DAY-LEWIS, Cecil] A QUESTION OF PROOF Collins, 1935. First edition. The author’s first work as Nicholas Blake and the first appearance of Nigel Strangeways, the author’s series character. Seldom encountered in such a well preserved dust - wrapper. £3,950 INSCRIBED TO BRIAN ALDISS 21. BOYD, WilliamAGOODMAN INAFRICA Hamilton, 1981. First edition. Author’s presentation copy, inscribed on publi- cation to fellow novelist, Brian Aldiss and his wife, “For Brian + Margaret with all good wishes from your new neighbor Wil - liam Boyd 6.Nov.1981” £1,250 BROOKE’S PRIZE POEM AT RUGBY 22. BROOKE, Rupert ‘THE BASTILLE’ in Prize Compositions Recited in Rugby School, June 24, 1905 A.J. Lawrence, 1905. First edition. The first appearance of The Bastille, Brooke’s second work, which appears with Greek Iambics by A.S.F. Gow. The pamphlet, the product of winning the Prize Poem at Rugby School for that year, was produced for the recitation on June 24 1905. The survival of this ephemeral production is naturally uncommon. £4,500 “IF I SHOULD DIE, THINK ONLY THIS OF ME:” 23. BROOKE, Rupert 1914 AND OTHER POEMS Sidgwick & Jackson, 1915. First edition. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper, bright and crisp with a little tanning to the spine and the most trivial wear to the corners. Brooke’s famously posthumous second collec - tion of poems. £5,000


26. THE BODY IN THE LIBRARY Collins, 1942. First edition. Original red cloth in stylish pictorial dustwrap- per. A Miss Marple novel. Seemingly the scarcest of the forties titles. £2,250 27. ONE, TWO, BUCKLE MY SHOE Collins, 1940. First edition. Original red cloth in pictorial dustwrapper. A bright and pleasing copy. £2,250 THE EARLIEST SURVIVING CONRAD IN DUSTWRAPPER 28. CONRAD, Joseph with HUEFFER, Ford M. THE INHERI- TORS McClure, Philips & Co. 1901. First edition. A fine copy in a very good dustwrapper.


J onke r s Rar e Books

Conrad’s first collaboration with Ford Maddox Ford and his first foray into the world of quasi science fiction. This is the only copy we have encountered in a dustwrapper and is, so far as we have been able to ascertain, the earliest known example of a Conrad first edition to retain its jacket. £30,000

FLEMING’S CORRECTED TYPESCRIPT 30. FLEMING, Ian THE FINAL REVISED TYPESCRIPT OF DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER with Fleming’s autograph revi - sions throughout. 1955-6. Ian Fleming’s revised typescript of Diamonds are Forever, heavily revised by the author with numerous autograph addi - tions, revealing Fleming’s working practices as he honed the fourth Bond novel into its final shape. Original manuscripts and typescripts of Fleming’s major works are extremely rare on the market, this being one of only three full typescripts known in private hands, the other two The Man With The Golden Gun and You Only Live Twice , both containing significantly fewer authorial annotations. £350,000


First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dustwrapper. The author’s first book and the first appearance of James Bond, who has had a greater impact on society and popular culture than any other fictional character since Sherlock Holmes. £45,000

A PRISTINE COPY 31. FLEMING, Ian FROM RUSSIA, WITH LOVE Cape, 1957 . First edition. A fine copy with just a couple of tiny spots to the page edg -

es, in a superb, fine dustwrap - per, perfectly clean and crisp. A virtually flawless copy. £17,500


Fi r s t s 2021

FLEMING’S NOTEBOOK FOR YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE 33. FLEMING, Ian MANUSCRIPT NOTEBOOK Containing notes taken during a trip to the Far East, including source ma - terial for ‘You Only Live Twice’. [1959]. Small perfect bound pocket notebook with cloth-backed card covers. Square-ruled paper, 54 leaves of manuscript notes by Fleming written in blue biro written mostly on rectos, with oc - casional striking through in pencil or red biro. An extraordinary insight into Fleming’s creative process and the painstaking way in which he recorded everyday details of the exotic surroundings he later described in his books. Signif - icant Fleming manuscript material is profoundly uncommon in commerce, the majority of material now being held by Lilly Library’s Fleming collection. This remains one of the very last pieces in private hands. £95,000

THE CREATION OF AN ICONIC DUSTWRAPPER 32. FLEMING, Ian; CHOPPING, Richard ARCHIVE FOR THE DUSTWRAPPER OF ‘FOR YOUR EYES ONLY’ October 14 1959 - April 14 1960. A collection of correspondence and artwork, comprising eight - een letters between Fleming, Michael Howard (his contact at Cape) and Richard Chopping relating to the production of the dustwrapper design for ‘For Your Eyes Only’, and all Chop - ping’s preliminary sketches and drawings for the jacket. An extraordinary archive which charts the design and con- struction of one of the iconic dustwrappers in the James Bond sequence. £75,000


J onke r s Rar e Books

1920s FORESTER, IN STRIKING DUSTWRAPPER 34. FORESTER, C.S. THE WONDERFUL WEEK Bodley Head, 1927. First edition. The second of Forester’s three early mystery thrillers, sitting between Payment Deferred (1926) and Plain Murder (1930). Seldom seen in a dustwrapper. £2,250 INSCRIBED TO WILFRID GIBSON 35. FROST, Robert NORTH OF BOSTON David Nutt, 1914. First edition, first issue, binding A. Inscribed to his close friend and fellow Dymock poet Wilfrid W. Gibson: “Wilfrid Gibson from Robert Frost”. Contemporary presentation copies with such literary magnitude are rare. £12,500 GRAVES’S SECOND BOOK, INSCRIBED 36. GRAVES, Robert GOLIATH AND DAVID [Privately print- ed for the author at the] Chiswick Press, [1916]. First edition. Author’s presentation copy, inscribed to fellow poet Harold Abbott on the inside front cover “H.H. Abbott, from Robert Graves, Bryn-y-pin, 1918”. One of only 200 copies of Graves’s second book of verse, writ - ten whilst Graves was recovering from wounds received dur - ing the Battle of the Somme. £4,500 GREENE’S UNCOMMON SECOND NOVEL 37.GREENE,GrahamTHENAMEOFACTION Heinemann,1930. First edition. The author’s second novel. The first issue (with the original 7/6 price) is now uncommon, and the dustwrap - per’s light colouring and thin stock mean it is very seldom en - countered in bright and undamaged condition. £6,750 RARE SUPPRESSED FIRST ISSUE 38. GREENE, Graham STAMBOUL TRAIN Heinemann, 1932. First edition, first issue, recalled by the publishers after objec -

tions by J.B. Priestley. Only a handful of copies with the original text survived the cull and it is now very rarely seen in commerce. £4,500 UNCOMMONLY ATTRACTIVE 39. GREENE, Graham THE BASEMENT ROOM And Other Stories Cresset Press, 1935. First edition, first issue in green cloth. Greene’s first collection of short stories.The dustwrapper is made of a paper-backed foil over which is printed the design and lettering. The effect is quite striking, but the thinness of the paper means that the dustwrapper is particularly fragile and thus rarely encoun - tered. £17,500 A FINE COPY OF GREENE’S GREATEST NOVEL 40. GREENE, Graham THE POWER AND THE GLORY Heine- mann, 1940. First edition. Critically considered Greene’s greatest novel and one of the highlights of twentieth century literature, which showcases Greene’s technique of painting intricate moral landscapes where corrupt characters might still be capable of good and virtuous ones indulge their virtues murderously. Scarce and, due to the cheap wartime paper, is rarely found in acceptable condition. £25,000 HEANEY’S FIRST PUBLISHED COLLECTION 41. HEANEY, Seamus ELEVEN POEMS Festival Publications, [1965]. First edition, first issue printed on wove paper with the sun device on the upper cover printed in a lighter shade of pur - ple and with nine points. Heaney’s first published work, pub - lished at Queen’s University, Belfast, Heaney’s Alma Mater from 1957-61. There are three separate printings of the work, often referred to as issues, with only subtle differences be - tween the first two. The first issue is rare. £9,500


Fi r s t s 2021


SCREWTAPE IN DUSTWRAPPER 47. LEWIS, C.S. THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS Bles, 1942. First edition. An abnormally fresh example of a fragile produc - tion, in the uncommon dustwrapper. One of the author’s most acclaimed books, encompassing Lewis’s consummate abilities as both a storyteller and a theologian. £4,000 GEORGE ORWELL’S WEDDING PRESENTS 48. [ORWELL, George]; SURTEES, R. S. ASK MAMMA; PLAIN OR RINGLETS Bradbury, Agnew, and Co., [1892]. Malcolm Muggeridge’s wedding present to Orwell upon his deathbed marriage to Sonia Bronwell. Inscribed by Mug - geridge on the front free endpaper of each volume, “To George & Sonia, on the occassion of their wedding, with love, Mal - colm Muggeridge, Oct. 1949.” Any books owned by George Orwell are rare in commerce, and none hitherto offered have possessed such matchless poignancy. £9,500 SYLVIA PLATH’S LOVE LETTERS TO TED HUGHES 49. PLATH, Sylvia EIGHT TYPED AND AUTOGRAPH LET- TERS TO TED HUGHES October 1956 Sylvia Plath’s letters to Ted Hughes are the greatest literary love letters offered for sale since those of Robert and Elizabeth Browning in 1913. Like those of the Brownings, these eight let - ters, written between October 1 st and 22 nd , cover a relatively short period of separation during their relationship. The whole scope of Plath’s life is covered, from mundane col - lege social events and pulling an all-nighter to finish a paper on Augustine, to heightened creativity and vivid literary criti- cism. The letters are written with a passionate honesty, baring herself and her emotions to Hughes unfiltered. Dedicated cat - alogue with full descriptions available separately. Each letter priced and sold indvidually: from £35,000

First edition. Inscribed by Hughes for Laurie Lee on the front endpaper, “To Laurie, the new boat finds the olds rocks, Ted Hughes, June 8th 67”. £1,500

FINE M. R. JAMES 43. JAMES, M.R. GHOST-STORIES OF AN ANTIQUARY Ed- ward Arnold, 1904. First edition. An exceptional example of a very difficult book to obtain in fine condition. The author’s first collection of ghost stories, which quickly became a seminal work. £3,000 44. JAMES, M.R. THE COLLECTED GHOST STORIES OF M.R.JAMES Arnold, 1931. First edition. An exceptionally fine copy in a very good dust - wrapper. Most uncommon in a dustwrapper. £1,500 INSCRIBED BY JAMES JOYCE 45. JOYCE, James ULYSSES The Odyssey Press, 1932. Odyssey Press edition. Inscribed by Joyce nine days before his death, “To Gustave Zumsteg, with many thanks and best wishes, James Joyce, Zurich, New Year 1941”. Gustav was the son of the proprietor of the legendary Kronenhalle restaurant in Zürich. £35,000 FINE, UNCUT, UNOPENED 46. LAWRENCE, D.H. LADY CHATTERLEY’S LOVER Pri- vately printed, 1928. First edition. Number 19 in a limited edition of 1000 copies pri - vatelyprintedfor theauthor inFlorence. Signedonthe limitation page. An exceptional copy. Lawrence’s most famous work and one of the most controversial books of the century. £22,500


J onke r s Rar e Books


Fi r s t s 2021

AUTHOR’S PRESENTATION COPY 50. PLATH, Sylvia THE COLOSSUS AND OTHER POEMS Heinemann, 1961. First edition. Author’s presentation copy, inscribed to her husband’s (Ted Hughes) aunt and cousin, “For Hilda + Vicky with lots of love from Sylvia January 1, 1961”A rare presenta - tion copy of Plath’s first collection of poetry. £30,000 SYLVIA PLATH’S OWN COPY 51. PLATH, Sylvia; HUGHES, Ted (contributors) LIGHT BLUE, DARK BLUE Macdonald, 1960. First edition. Sylvia Plath’s own copy with her ownership inscription, “Ted+Sylvia Hughes / London 1960”. An early anthology containing two poems from her and one from Ted Hughes. £12,500 RARE IN THE DUSTWRAPPER 52. RUNYON, Damon GUYS AND DOLLS Stokes, 1931. First edition. Afine copy in a very good dustwrapper, which has some archival mending to tears to the folds and a small amount of restoration to the spine ends, though the amount of new material is minimal.

The basis for the acclaimed Broadway musical written by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, and also for the 1955 the film, star - ring Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra. £17,500

HIS WIFE’S COPY 53. [SASSOON, Siegfried] LINGUAL EXERCISES FOR AD - VANCED VOCABULARIANS Privately printed at the Univer- sity Press, 1925. First edition, one of 99 copies. Sassoon’s wife’s copy, inscribed by him on the limitation page “Hester’s Copy, January 1st 1934”. An excellent association copy and relic of Sassoon’s passionate early relationship with his wife. The couple married on 18th December 1933, only a couple of months after meeting, and exactly two weeks before this copy was inscribed. £2,000


J onke r s Rar e Books

RARE PETER WIMSEY MYSTERIES, IN DUSTWRAPPERS 54. SAYERS, Dorothy L. THE UNPLEASANTNESS AT THE BELLONA CLUB Benn, 1928. First edition. Original black boards with lettering and design in orange, in rare buff dustwrapper printed in black.A Very rare in a dustwrapper. £9,500 55. SAYERS, Dorothy L. FIVE RED HERRINGS Gollancz, 1931. First edition. A near fine copy with the prelims and page edges rather spotted in a near fine dustwrapper. Very uncommon in dustwrapper. £10,000 56. SAYERS, Dorothy L. HAVE HIS CARCASE Gollancz, 1932. First edition. A bright and well preserved copy seldom en - countered in its dustwrapper. £8,750 IN A BRIGHT YOUNG DUSTWRAPPER 57. WAUGH, Evelyn VILE BODIES Chapman & Hall, 1930. First edition. A fine copy in a fine dustwrapper with the slight - est trace of wear to the head of the spine but exceptionally bright and crisp. The author’s successful second novel, chart - ing the rise of the ‘Bright Young Thing’. It is also one of the author’s scarcest books, particularly in such a well preserved dustwrapper. £37,500 RARE EARLY SATIRE 58. WODEHOUSE, P.G. THE SWOOP! OrHowClarence Saved England, A Tale of the Great Invasion Alston Rivers Ltd., 1909. First edition. Original pictorial wrappers printed in orange and black. An unusually fresh copy, seldom encountered in such a well preserved state. A short comic novel, issued only in paper wrappers, to be sold as cheap fiction at train stations and news stands. Due to its construction very few copies have survived in anything like acceptable condition. £5,750

“VIRGINIA WOOLF IS A NEGLIGIBLE NOVELIST” 59. WOOLF, Virginia JACOB’S ROOM Hogarth Press, 1922. First edition. One of 40 ‘A Subscribers’ copies with the publish - er’s tipped in printed slip to that effect, inscribed for Rebecca West and signed and dated by Virginia Woolf. An uncommon - ly fine copy. Rebecca West famously reviewed Jacob’s Room in The New Statesman the month after receiving this copy, writing of the author that: “[she] has again provided us with a demonstra - tion that she is at once a negligible novelist and a supreme - ly important writer.” Woolf meanwhile, though admiring of West’s journalism, likened her novel The Return of the Soldier to an “over-stuffed sausage”. £30,000 IN THE RARE VANESSA BELL DUSTWRAPPER 60. WOOLF, Virginia MRS DALLOWAY Hogarth Press, 1925. First edition. A fine copy in a very good dustwrapper indeed entirely without repair. Mrs Dalloway is regarded by many as the author’s masterpiece, certainly it is one of her best-loved works. The dustwrapper is both one of Vanessa Bell’s best de - signs for her and also famously fragile, so most examples have long since disintegrated. Examples with no repair, restoration or sophistication are notoriously rare. £39,500


First edition. An unusually nice copy of a work that contains “the greatest poetry of Yeats in his difficult later manner... [It] constitutes a peak in English poetry” (Connolly, 100 Key Books Of The Modern Movement ) £4,500


Fi r s t s 2021

Children’s Literature

the classics of children’s literature. Presentation copies of the first edition of Wind in the Willows are of the utmost rarity in commerce. We know of but six copies. £75,000

THE CRADLE OF CHILDREN’S LITERATURE, THE FIRST EDITION OF HANS ANDERSEN’S FAIRY TALES 62. ANDERSEN, Hans Christian EVENTYR, FORTALTE FOR BØRN [FAIRY TALES TOLD FOR CHILDREN] C.A.Reitzel, [1835-]1837. The first edition of Andersen’s first collection of fairy tales, which includes the first appearance of some of his most fa - mous stories, namely ‘The Princess and the Pea’, ‘Thumbeli - na’, ‘The Little Mermaid’, ‘The Tinder Box’ and ‘The Emper - or’s New Clothes’. In modern commerce copies are almost unknown. A trace of auction records back as far as 1930 reveals only one complete copy (the Manney copy in 1991) at auction. £37,500 GRAHAME ON THE GREAT TRAGEDY OF HIS LIFE 63. GRAHAME, Kenneth TYPED LETTER, SIGNED To Gra- hame’s literary agent, Albert Curtis Brown, concerning the death of his son. 26 May 1920. A single page of letter paper, headed “Boham’s”, dated 26 May 1920, thanking Curtis Brown for his “kind words of sympathy with us in our overwhelming sorrow.” following the death of Grahame’s son, Alastair. An extraordinarily resonant letter, one of very few in which Grahame talks about the great tragedy of his life - the death of his son. Grahame’s letters appear infrequently in commerce and those with content of substance are rare indeed. £3,500 AUTHOR’S PRESENTATION COPY 64. GRAHAME, Kenneth THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS Methuen, 1908. First edition. Author’s presentation copy, inscribed by Gra- hame on the half title, “To Ruth Ward, from her friend Ken - neth Grahame / Oct. 1908”. A rare presentation copy of one of

“I ENCLOSE THE LATEST POOH” - MILNE - SHEPARD 65. MILNE, A.A. AUTOGRAPH LETTER TO E.H. SHEPARD [March or April, 1926]. A single page of headed note paper, written on both side, approx. 200 words, talking about Shepard’s illustrations for Winnie the Pooh, “I enclose the latest Pooh. I saw the draw- ings of the first two at Methuen’s yesterday, and loved them.” Letters between Milne and Shepard are very seldom seen in commerce. Most were retained by Shepard until his death and bequeathed by his widow to the V&A. £7,500 ONE OF 20 INSCRIBED IN VERSE TO MILNE’S PUBLISHER 66. MILNE, A.A. NOWWE ARE SIX With Decorations by Er- nest H. Shepard Methuen & Co., 1927. First edition. Number 14 of 20 copies of a special deluxe, large paper edition, printed on japon and bound in vellum with yapp edges, signed by both Milne and Shepard. Author’s presentation copy, inscribed to his American publisher, John Macrae, signed and dated Jan. 1928.: “A gallant Knight is John Macrae - He takes me on his pillion,

And round and round the U.S.A. He dashes on his headstrong way, Until there dawns the glorious day When he can sheath his sword and say, ‘Well, Now We Are Six Million.’”

The most luxurious and exclusive format in which Milne’s Pooh books were issued. Scarce by dint of its small limitation, it is exceptionally rare as a presentation copy. We know of only one other, (no. 3 inscribed to Vincent Seligman). £35,000


J onke r s Rar e Books

WINNIE THE POOH AND PIGLET IN COLOUR 67. SHEPARD, Ernest Howard ORIGINAL DRAWING OF WINNIE THE POOH AND PIGLET In an autograph letter from Shepard to his literary agent. 29 Feb [19]32. Letter paper, embossed with Shepard’s Long Meadow ad - dress, backed onto card, 161 x 124mm. The main body of the

AN EXCEPTIONALLY WELL-PRESERVED COPY 68. NESBIT, E. FIVE CHILDREN AND IT Unwin, 1902. First edition, first issue. A near fine copy, cloth uncommonly bright and fresh, with just a little wear. Contents very clean and crisp. Nesbit’s fantasy tale about five children and their encounters with Psammead, the sand fairy. £1,750

card shows a drawing in ink and wash of Winnie the Pooh and Piglet cheering, surrounded by the text of the letter, addressed to Shepard’s literary agent, Albert Curtis Brown. An exceptional, very early colour drawing of Winnie the Pooh. Pooh had remained resolutely mono - chrome since appearing before his adoring public in 1926 and despite a fleeting glimpse in colour on the jacket of The Christopher Robin Story Book and some promotional material for the magazine, Home Chat, in 1928 the first published illustrations of Winnie the Pooh in colour where not scheduled un- til September 1932 and the publi - cation of The Christopher Robin Verses, which included twelve new colour plates. It seems likely that Shepard’s letter is to thank his agent for successfully negotiating his fee to produce these colour il - lustrations, appropriately celebrat- ed by Pooh and Piglet in colour. £50,000


Fi r s t s 2021

BEATRIX POTTER’S FIRST BOOK 69. [POTTER, Beatrix] H.B.P A HAPPY PAIR Verses by F. E. Weatherley Hildesheimer & Faulkner, [1890]. First edition. Original folded card covers illustrated in colour by Potter, enclosing seven card leaves tied at the spine with the original silk tasselled tie. The first work to contain illustrations by Beatrix Potter, preced - ing The Tale of Peter Rabbit by some eleven years, and of leg - endary scarcity. £30,000 INSCRIBED ASSOCIATION COPY WITH CORRESPOND- ENCE SIGNED “PETER RABBIT” 70. POTTER, Beatrix THE TALE OF PIGLING BLAND With Two Autograph letters to Ruxton F. Warne & Co., 1913. First edition. Author’s presentation copy, inscribed by the au- thor on the half title, “For Barbara Ruxton/ with love from/ Beatrix Heelis.” Barbara Ruxton, the daughter of a Newcastle doctor, first met Beatrix Potter in August 1911 at the age of 12, when her family were holidaying with cousins in the Lake district and were invited for tea at Hill Top. The two letters accompanying this book are among the very fewwhich survive the months immediately following her mar - riage. In November, she writes from Bolton Gardens enclosing the inscribed Pigling Bland. The letter is signed “Peter Rab- bit”, a moniker occasionally used when writing to children, but usually only in her ‘miniature letters’. After Christmas, Potter writes again, thanking Barbara for a basket she appears to have woven and sent to Potter as a Christmas gift. Pigling Bland was written and published at a pivotal and busy time in Potter’s life. Besides Potter’s own marked up dummy, only one other copy (inscribed to Potter’s cousin, sold 1999) has appeared at auction in the last 50 years. £13,500




RHYMES Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd., [1922]. First edition. Signed by the author on the half title. The sec - ond of Potter’s nursery rhyme books, this is a sequel to Appley Dapply’s Nursery Rhymes. Signed copies of Beatrix Potter’s books are seldom encountered in such nice condition. £5,000 THE PRIVATELY PUBLISHED AMBLESIDE EDITION 72. [POTTER, Beatrix] HEELIS, Be- atrix THE FAIRY CARAVAN Pri- vately printed, Ambleside, 1929.

First edition, one of 100 copies to be privately printed by the author. A fine copy. Exceptionally clean and crisp. This book, which is of a semi-autobi - ographical nature, was written from Potter’s personal jottings about her beloved Lakeland and its people. £6,000 INSCRIBED BY ANNA SEWELL TO HER COUSINS 73. SEWELL, Anna BLACK BEAU- TY: His Grooms and Companions. The Autobiography of a Horse. Translated from the Original Equine Jarrold and Sons, [1877]. First edition. Original green cloth with decoration embossed in gilt and black, Carter’s variant B. Au- thor’s presentation copy, inscribed on publication, “Mary and Cathe- rine Sewell from their affectionate cousin, the Author, Christmas 1877.”


J onke r s Rar e Books

A wonderful family association being a Christmas gift from Anna Sewell to her spinster cousins. Anna Sewell lived only a few months after the publication of her book making inscribed copies extremely uncommon. £35,000 A FINE SET 74. TOLKIEN, J.R.R. THE LORD OF THE RINGS Allen & Un- win, 1954/55. Three volumes, all first editions. Return of the King in Ham - mond’s second variant with ‘sagging’ text on p.49. A fine set in

fine dustwrappers, unusually bright and crisp with just a hint of dustiness to the spines and a little foxing to the fore-edges. An exceptional set. Tolkien’s epic work of fantasy, which be - gan life to as a sequel The Hobbit, but grew in scope and vol - ume as Tolkien worked on it in stages between 1937 and 1949. Success was not anticipated by its publishers, who issued only 3000 copies of the first volume. Further the pale background to the jackets mean that surviving copies are often tanned or badly worn. Copies in such uniformly excellent condition are seldom seen in commerce. £65,000


Fi r s t s 2021

Illustrated Books & Private Press

DULAC’S FIRST MAJOR COMMISSION 78. DULAC, Edmund STORIES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS Retold by Laurence Housman Hodder, 1907. First Dulac edition, Edition de Luxe. Number 188 of 350 deluxe copies signed by Edmund Dulac. Dulac’s first commission for a Christmas Gift book, uncommon in nice condition. £2,750 EDITION DE LUXE, UNCOMMONLY FINE 79. DULAC, Edmund THE SLEEPING BEAUTY Hodder, 1910. First edition, number 571 of 1000 copies in the Edition de Luxe. Signed by Edmund Dulac. Large 4to. The original publisher’s full red/brown crushed morocco binding decorated in gilt. Top edge gilt and others untrimmed. A bright near fine copy. All 1000 copies of this book sold out as soon as they went on sale at the price of two guineas. The publishers advertised the book as “the most beautiful book ever published at a popular price”. £3,000 FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION, SIGNED BY HARDY 80. HARDY, Thomas TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES A Pure Woman Macmillan, 1926. First illustrated edition, limited to 325 copies on large hand - made paper, signed by Hardy. Original publisher’s quarter vellum over marbled boards, with the rare buff dustwrapper, printed in navy. A beautifully bound, printed and illustrated edition of Hardy’s great novel, issued two year’s after its stage debut. £4,500 INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR 81. HARRISON, Florence IN THE FAIRY RING Written and Drawn by Florence Harrison. Blackie, 1908. First edition. Inscribed on the verso free endpaper, “In grateful remembrance from Florence Harrison, Xmas.”It is extremely uncommon to find presentation copies of Harrison’s already scarce books. £3,000

A FINE COPY 75. [ASHENDENE PRESS] THE WISDOM OF JESUS, THE SON OF SIRACH, COMMONLLY CALLED ECCLESIASTI- CUS Ashendene Press, 1932. One of 328 copies on paper. 4to. Printed in red and black with hand-painted initials in blue and green. In the original or- ange-vellum, bound by Douglas Cockerell at the W. H. Smith Bindery. An uncommonly fine copy. ‘In my humble judge - ment it is one of the most satisfactory of the books of the Press’ (Hornby 38). £4,500 COLOURED BY CARDEW, WOMEN’S GUILD BINDING 76. CARDEW, Gloria; [GUILD OF WOMEN BOOKBINDERS] A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Dent, 1895 . First edition illustrated by Anning Bell. One of a very small number of copies hand coloured by Gloria Cardew with her label to an initial blank. Bound for the Guild of Women Book - binders, probably by Annie S. Macdonald, in characteristic moulded goatskin, depicting “Puck Fleeing from the Dawn”, after a painting of the same name by David Scott. An exceptional combination of Arts & Crafts binding and fine hand colouring with one of Shakespeare’s most enduring works. £7,500 IN ORIGINAL PUBLISHER’S BOX 77. DETMOLD, E.J. THE ARABIAN NIGHTS Hodder, [1924]. First edition illustrated by Detmold. This copy protected by the original publisher’s card box, with a printed colour plate on the upper cover. The colours used in the illustrations are rich and vibrant, perfectly reflecting the jungle scenes and ex - otic nature of the tales. £1,950


J onke r s Rar e Books


Fi r s t s 2021

IN ORIGINAL PUBLISHER’S BOX 84. NIELSEN, Kay IN POWDER AND CRINOLINE Old Fairy Tales Retold by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch Hodder, [1913]. First edition, first issue. A fine copy, exceptionally bright and clean. In Powder and Crinoline was Nielsen’s first gift book, published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1913. £1,750

ONEOF 25COPIESONJAPANESEVELLUM 85. POGANY, Willy THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM Harrap, [1909]. First Pogany edition. 4to. Edition de luxe, number 20 of twenty-five special copies printed on Japanese vellum and signed by the artist. Bound in the publisher’s full white vellum. A glorious presentation of the epic Persian poem, seen here for the first time with the decoration of Willy Pogany. The small limita - tion inevitably makes this a rarity, but to find it in fine original condition is very special in - deed. £9,500 VELLUCENT CHIVERS BINDING 86. RACKHAM, Arthur; WASHINGTON, Irving RIP VAN WINKLE Heinemann, 1905. First edition. 4to. Finely bound by Cedric Chivers, c.1905, stamp signed to rear turn in. Full green morocco, with five inlaid vellucent panels, containing miniature watercolours reproducing Rackham’s imagery painted on vellum. Rip van Winkle was Rackham’s first major colour plate work and the first of the opu - lent Christmas Gift books. Its beauty and popularity began the “Golden Age of Book

DELUXE EDITION IN BOX 82. HARRISON, Florence; ROSSETTI, Christina CHRISTINA ROSSETTI POEMS Blackie & Son Ltd., 1910. First edition, Edition de Luxe. Number 131 of 350 copies, print - ed on hand made paper, signed by Florence Harrison. This copy housed in its original box with printed limitation label and decorative spine label. £3,500 IN THE SUBSCRIBER’S BINDING BY COCKERELL 83. MARILLIER, H.C. DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI Bell, 1899. First edition, special subscriber’s issue finely bound by Doug - las Cockerell in full brown morocco in the Arts and Crafts style. An exceptional copy of Marillier’s monumental work on Dante Gabriel Rossetti. A contemporary advertisement is - sued by Bell noted that “a few copies will also be issued for subscribers, bound in African leather by Douglas Cockerell.” These subscribers’ copies were sold for £10 10s, while the trade edition was available for £5 5s. £6,500


J onke r s Rar e Books

Illustration,” in which publishers and illustrators competed to present the most beautiful volumes to the gift market. Cedric Chivers introduced these “vellucent” style bindings in order to assist the production of beautiful hand painted water - colour bindings, which prior to this point had been subject to

damage, smudging and wear. Bindings were offered in very small numbers due to the work - manship involved and the high cost of the books. £3,000


Fi r s t s 2021

Science, Economics ,Travel & Sport

nest Flammarion, 1906. First edition. Large 8vo. In the rare original publisher’s il- lustrated wrappers, printed in black and grey on white and depicting Adelie penguins. An exceptional copy of Charcot’s narrative of his first Antarctic expedition, the first extenstive exploration of Graham Land, in the original wrappers. £1,750 IN THE RARE DUSTWRAPPERS 91. NANSEN, Fridtjof IN NORTHERN MISTS Arctic Explora - tion In Early Times William Heinemann, 1911. First edition in English. Two volumes. Publisher’s blue cloth, in the original dustwrappers. A fine set, in uncommonly nice condition. Nansen’s history of westward and northward ex - ploration from antiquity until John Cabot’s fifteenth century discovery of North America. £2,000 WITH A LENGTHY INSCRIPTION BY SHACKLETON 92. SHACKLETON, Ernest H. THE HEART OF THE ANT- ARCTIC Heinemann, 1909. First edition. With a long presentation inscription from Shack - leton for Catherine Eckstein on the front endpaper, “To Cath - erine Eckstein from her friend Ernest Shackleton, the author, Dec 1909”, under which he has added a verse of Robert Ser - vice’s ‘The Lure Of Little Voices’. £12,500

SECOND EDITION, IN ORIGINAL CLOTH 87. DARWIN, Charles ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES Murray, 1860. Second edition, second issue as usual, dated 1860. Original publisher’s green cloth.32pp of adverts dated January 1860. A very well preserved copy. Almost universally regarded as the most important scientific book of the nineteenth century. £8,500 “IN THE LONG RUN WE ARE ALL DEAD” 88. KEYNES, John Maynard A TRACT ON MONETARY RE- FORM Macmillan, 1923. First edition. A near fine copy, in a very good dustwrapper indeed. The first of Keynes’ significant lasting contributions to monetary theory, in which he takes on the gold standard (dismissing it as “a barbarous relic”) and attempts to influence British economic policy in the inter-war period. The book also yields what is probably Keynes’ most famous quote, “In the long run we are all dead”. Scarce in a dustwrapper. £2,500 INSCRIBED BY FRANK DEBENHAM 89. BELLINGSHAUSEN, Captain; DEBENHAM, Frank THE VOYAGE OF CAPTAIN BELLINGSHAUSEN. Printed For The Hakluyt Society, 1945. First edition in English. Two volumes. Publisher’s original blue cloth, in the rare original dustwrappers. Inscribed affec - tionately by the editor Frank Debenham, “To my dear ex-sec, aide and abettor, from Deb, Xmas 1946.”An excellent associa - tion copy of this first translation of one of the major early Ant - arctic voyages. £3,000 IN THE ORIGINAL WRAPPERS 90. CHARCOT, Dr. Jean B. LE “FRANCAIS” AU POLE SUD Journal De L’Expedition Antarctique Francaise 1903-1905 Er-


93. [CRICKET] BENTLEY, Henry A CORRECT ACCOUNT OF ALL THE CRICKET MATCHES T.Traveller, 1823. First edition. A very early collection of cricket scores, preceded only by Britcher and Epps, but also recording matches missed by both, many of which, but for this work, would have been lost in the Lord’s fire of 1825. Described by collectors and bibli - ographers, A.D. Taylor in 1906 as “very scarce” and J.W.Gold- man in 1937 as “a cricket rarity”. £1,250


J onke r s Rar e Books

94. [CRICKET] DENISON, W[illiam] CRICKET. SKETCHES OF THE PLAYERS Simkin, Marshall & Co., 1846. First edition. Original publisher’s buff card wrappers, bound in later cloth. Denison was cricket’s first journalist and his Sketches of the Players , the first book of cricket biography, con - tains 37 sketches of contemporary players and a more detailed description of the person and talents of Alfred Mynn. £2,500 95. [WISDEN] JOHN WISDEN’S CRICKETERS’ ALMA- NACK FOR 1879 John Wisden & Co., 1879. Original publisher’s yellow paper wrappers printed in brown. A near fine copy, with wrappers crisp and clean. An excep - tional copy. The sixteenth issue of Wisden and the first which concerns itself solely with the reporting of the 1878 cricket sea - son. Wisdens from this period are notably rare in their original wrappers and copies without significant damage or repair are all but unobtainable. £2,250

96. [WISDEN] JOHN WISDEN’S CRICKETERS’ ALMA- NACK FOR 1883 John Wisden & Co., 1883. Original publisher’s peach paper wrappers printed in black.A very good copy indeed, with clean wrappers free from repair or meaningful damage. An exceptionally well preserved copy. The first Wisden to include adverts in the text, it also includes the details of the Australian tour of 1882 and their victory in the Test Match (a term not at that point invented) at the Oval which led to the spoof obituary of English cricket in the Sport - ing Times, which led, henceforth to matches between England and Australia to be known as playing for ‘The Ashes’. £1,500 97. [CRICKET] ASHLEY-COOPER, F.S. W.G. GRACE CRICK- ETER A Record of His Performances in First-Class Matches John Wisden & Co., [1916]. First edition. A fine copy. Very rare in the publisher’s cloth binding. The binding uses the same cloth and tools as the 1916 Wisden. The only other copy we have encountered in this binding was the Grace family copy, suggesting this might have been used as a publisher’s presentation binding. £1,500


Fi r s t s 2021

Original Artwork For this year’s fair, we have a separate stand dedicated to original artwork which will be adjacent to our display of books. The examples below are just a selection of what we will have for sale.

98. BALFOUR, Ronald Cinderella and the Magical Wishing Tree. An original ink and watercolour drawing, heightened with white. Artist’s monogram to the lower right hand corner. 23 x 29cm. £5,000 99. BARBIER, George Repos Pres De La Fontaine c. 1920. Original watercolour and gouache painting. 115 x 230mm. £4,500 100. FOLKARD, Charles “There was a King Met a King” 1928. A fabulous Art Deco inspired original ink and watercolour il - lustration on paper. Approx. 22cm x 17m. Signed in the lower right hand corner. £1,250 101. FRENCH, Annie The Fairy Tale Lady Dec. 1921. An original ink and water-colour painting on vellum. 25.5 x 41 cm. Signed and dated in the lower right hand corner. £30,000 102. HARRISON, Florence “A Ship O’er the Slumber Sea” [1908]. Original brown ink and watercolour on card, signed in mono - gram in the bottom right corner. 6’’x 8’’. £6,000 103. JAQUES, Faith Charlie and the Chocolate Factory [1973]. Original gouache on board and ink outline on acetate overlay. 38 x 29.5cm. The original of the design for the wraparound cover design for the first Puffin edition. £8,500

to the lower right hand corner, with the legend “Youthe” in Jessie’s distinctive lettering. £25,000

105. OUTHWAITE, Ida Rentoul “The Happy Valley” 1921. A large and beautiful ink and watercolour drawing on paper. Signed in full to the lower left hand corner and captioned “The Happy Valley” in Outhwaite’s hand. 43cm x 36cm. £30,000 106. PONTING, Herbert George The Terra Nova At The Ice Foot, Cape Evans The Fine Art Society, [1914]. Original blue-green tinted carbon photograph. 710x525mm. With Ponting’s blindstamp signature to the lower right corner, and the original Fine Art Society label to the backing. £9,500 107. RACKHAM, Arthur “Mrs Cratchit entered - flushed, but smiling proudly - with the Pudding” 1915. Original pen, ink and wash on card. Signed by the artist in the lower right hand corner and titled below the painting. £9,500 108. RACKHAM, Arthur “At last she met the bridegroom who was slowly coming back” 1917. An original pen, ink and watercolour painting published in “Little Brother, Little Sister” in 1917. Signed in the lower left hand corner. 26.5 x 36.5cm. £35,000 109. TARRANT, Margaret Original Fairy Watercolour [1921]. A beautiful original watercolour illustration depicting fairies and poppies at dawn. 25 x 19 cm. Signed and dated “Margaret W Tarrant 1921” on the lower right hand corner. £12,500

104. KING, Jessie Marion Youthe 1940. A large original watercolour on japon. 330mmx 410mm. Signed


J onke r s Rar e Books






Fi r s t s 2021






J onke r s Rar e Books






Fi r s t s 2021

The books and artwork featured in the preceding pages represent a selection of what we will have for sale on our stand at Firsts 2021, at the Saatchi Gallery. A full listing of our rare books, manuscripts and artwork can be found on our website, If there is anything not on this list that you would like to see, do let us know and we will bring it for you.


27 Hart Street Ÿ Henley on Thames Ÿ Oxfordshire Ÿ RG9 2AR Ÿ ENGLAND Tel: 01491 576427 Ÿ email: Ÿ website:


Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28

Made with FlippingBook Online newsletter maker