18 x 13cm. Suede. 108 pages of autographed inscriptions & illustrations, all New Zealand, 1907-1918. A father's present to his daughter on her 14th birthday. 0.
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1905. A4. Unbound. Folded Sheet, 31.5 c 20.5cms, bearing the Royal Arms. Giving a detailed order of Precedence of all of the notables in the procession and of the instructions of procedure when His Majesty arrives at Parliament.
33 x 20cm. Unbound. Giving details of the ceremonial dress to be worn, with a warning about the correct procedure of the mounting of pearls upon coronets and upon coaches. Folded sheet (watermarked 1819) 33x20cm 0.
Unbound. Popular performers on Radio ZB in "Chuckles Session". Jerry was a dummy. Letter written by Dud, with signed picture of the trio. 0.
London: Methuen and Co, 1904. 4to. Original Quarter Cloth & Board. pp.xxxii. Edited by Perceval Landon. Bound in original quarter cloth and boards, small nick in spine. Signed by the editor with an inscription.
Unbound. A handwritten account of an evening spent with longfellow in 1876 at his house. Written on July 25th by Lauder Brunton on notepaper, headed 10, Stratford Place, Cavendish Square, London 0.
Paper Wrappers. A) Biographical feature in the Auckland Star newspaper of February 15 1947, with photograph. B) Hand-written letter to Miss G. Leatherbarrow, dated March 7 1947 of Mgaryawahia. It states that he is enclosing an autographed envelope, as requested. C) Autograph envelope, as above D) Ticket to a Farewell...
1834. Unbound. 36 cut-out envelope fronts, addressed by MPs and each one signed by them. Postmarked between January 1833 and October 1834.
Unbound. 2 cut-out envelope fronts, addressed by MPs and each one signed by them. These two are signed by E.A.M. Naghten and George King, Earl Kingston. Dated 1821 and 1826 0.
1939. Boards. 8 Pages filled in, giving details of training flights of Pilot Officer D.F. Lagan, from August 1938 to November 1939. Signed by the Pilot. Australia and New Zealand content.
1923. Unbound. Letter, headed Buckingham Palace and dated 13 April 1923. To the New Zealand High Commissioner in London, thanking him for the present of a travelling rug (possible as a wedding present). Signed by Price Albert, typed letter.
Wellington: Radio Publishing Company Of N.Z., 1933. 8vo. Orig. Cloth. pp 132. Plays included are The Touchstone, Fear, Lantern Light, Epilogue, The Man Called Jones, Reunion, Rabbits. Frontis portrait of Dame Sybil Thorndike to whom the book is dedicated. Blue cloth binding. Signed to ffep by actors Lewis Casson, Sybil...
London: William Heinemann, 1941. 8vo. Orig. Cloth. pp 261. Frontis, plates. Blue cloth binding, cloth split at front hinge and spine discoloured, else good. Keith Park's copy, inscribed to ffep, "K.R.P. With happy birthday wishes from 'Blitz', "Ginger' & 'Barnado' June 15 1941". A rare association copy.
20cm x 16cm. Roan. pp.110. 28 pages have autographed inscriptions, 1909-1929. Including illustrations. Spine has been repaired, otherwise very good. AEG. 0.
Auckland: Whitcombe & Tombs, 1936. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Original Boards. pp. 118. Very good copy. Quarter cloth and three quarter boards.
Christchurch: Nag's Head Press, 1994. Small 8vo. Original Boards. pp.67. Very good in original printed wrappers. Hand-set edition limited to 225 copies. Signed by the author/printer. Nag's Head Press was New Zealand's most prolific private printer, known for their delightfully designed books and fine typography. Rare in mint condition.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, 1898. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Half Calf. pp xviii, 240. Frontis, illustrations. Fine art nouveau design on half calf and marbled boards. Marbled endpapers. Signed by author on flyleaf.
London: Longmans, Green, 1896. 8vo. Decorated Cloth. pp 295. Frontis, illustrations. Gilt decorated burgundy cloth binding. Spine faded. Some scattered foxing throughout. Signed by author to flyleaf.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1891. Third Edition. 8vo. Orig. Cloth. pp xxvi, 172. Green cloth binding with paper title label to spine. Some foxing, mainly to page edges. Inscribed by author on flyleaf, dated March 1893.
New Zealand: Random Century, 1991. 1st Edition. 4to Oblong. Cloth, Orig. pp. 124. Illustrated. Contemp blue cloth binding and box (some fading at open edge). Signed by the artist to title page. Owner's stamp to fly. A very nice copy.
London: Peter Davies, 1948. First Edition. 8vo. Orig. Cloth. pp xiv, 201. Plates, diagrams. Blue cloth binding faded and spotted, discoloration to spine. Some scattered foxing throughout. Keith Park's copy with his signature to ffep and numerous pencil notations throughout. The final two pages contain handdrawn yachting diagrams and mathematical...
1933. No Binding. Born 1901, Histoman. A 3 sheet typed work, given to Normal Richmond by Beaglehole. It appeared in 'Quarterly Art in New Zealand, June 1933', entitled 'Considerations on Certain Music of J.S Bach'.
Wellingon: Grantham House. 1987. First Edition. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Cloth. pp.xi,(1),200. Illustrations (some coloured). Signed by the authors.
London: William Heinemann, 1957. Reprint. 8vo. Orig. Cloth. pp xii, 324. Frontispiece (portrait), plates, illustrations. Red cloth binding, some small white paint spots. Pictorial endpapers. Mabel Brookes was the wife of Norman Brookes and both had a life-long interest in tennis. Loosely inserted into the book is a 4-side handwritten...
Christchurch: Caxton, 1945. 8vo. Original Cloth. pp.190 . Presentation copy, signed by the author. AD ref 319.