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|1976 (5 May) Sale of Militaria at the Imperial War Museum|
Stanley Gibbons Auctions
29pp + 24 plates + PR. Some pen notations.
Sections of postage stamps and campaign covers, paper money and medals.
|ANON 24 Views of H.M. Indian Troop Ship to India & Back.|
R. Wilkins & Co., Portsea (1880 (Circa))
Folding chromo litho views in original worn red boards. 4.5 x 5.5"
Rare view book produced during the second Afghan War with views showing troops embarking at Portsmouth, passing Gibraltar, at anchor in Malta, passing through the Suez canal and finally arriving in Bombay.
|BRINK J.N. Recollections of a Boer Prisoner-of-War at Ceylon.|
H.A.U.M., Amsterdam - Cape Town (1904)
 + 220pp + photo plates and frontispiece. 1st ed., very fine in very fine original green blindstamped cloth with photo image tipped on front board.
Description of Ceylon and the Boer prisoner of war camps.
|BROUGHTON U.H.R. The dress of the first regiment of Life Guards in three centuries.|
Halton & Truscott Smith Ltd., London (1925)
xi + 36 large pp + 80 plates. 1st ltd. ed., no. 81 of 300 copies. Very fine in orig. full calf binding, fine apart from mark on back board. Top edge gilt. 10 x 12.5in
Includes many tipped in colour plates.
|DEAN B. Catalogue of European Court Swords and Hunting Swords. - Including the Ellis, De Dino, Riggs, and Reubell collections.|
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (1929)
vi + 86 large pp + 99 plates + coloured frontispiece. 1st ltd. ed. of 900 copies. A fine clean copy in original boards with cloth spine. Boards worn at corners. 10 x 13in
An important study with fine photo illustrations.
|DORIS Charles de Bourges Amours de Napoleon - et des Princes et Princesses de sa Famille.|
B. Renault, Paris (1838)
2 vols. 148 + 140pp. Some light tone spots hardly detract. Fine in original quarter calf with marbled boards. Includes 4 line engravings besides the two frontispieces.
Rare - I can trace only two copies of this edition in libraries and none for sale.
|LEO The Scapegoat|
London: Chapman & Hall (1870)
viii + 371pp. 2nd ed., mostly clean in old half maroon calf. Frontispiece with tipped in photographic portrait. Inscription on first page, 'L. Wright. Given to him Jan 22nd 1871 by Major Billington 6th Inniskilling dragoons.' Full author's name 'Pemberton' added to title page in ink.
The author fought in the Franco Prussian war and died at the battle of Sedan.
|MAURY Arthur Les Emblémes et drapeaux de la france. - Le Coq Gaulois.|
354pp + colour plates. 1st ed., very fine in later half maroon calf retaining original card covers.
|ORME Robert A History Of The Military Transactions Of The British Nation In Indostan, From The Year MDCCXLV. To Which Is Prefixed A Dissertation On The Establishments Made By Mahomedan Conquerors In Indostan.|
London: Printed for John Nourse (1763)
1st ed., 4to. Half title, title, dedication, 415pp + errata + 10 folding maps. Fine in contemporary full calf with new spine and end papers. Internally very clean.
Describing the author's time with the East India Company. A fine work on the Indian wars. A second volume was published in 1778.
|PELET-NARBONNE General von and Translated By Major D'Arcy Legard Cavalry on Service - illustrated by the advance of the German cavalry across the Mosel in 1870.|
Hugh Rees, London (1906)
xviii + 350pp + 11 folding maps at rear. 1st ed., fine in original red cloth, spine slightly faded.
Study of the Franco-Prussian War.
|PROST B. Traicté de la forme et devis comme on faict les Tournois - par Olivier de la Marche, Hardouin de la Jaille, Anthoine de la Sale, etc.|
xix + 259pp + errata + table + 16 hand coloured plates, 9 double paged. Ltd. ed., no. 117 of 260. Fine in original cloth with marbled boards, partially uncut.
Contains eight early texts on tournaments with lovely delicately hand coloured plates.
|RICHARDS W. Her Majesty's Army - Indian and Colonial Forces. Part 20.|
J.S. Virtue & Co., London (1890 (circa))
48pp + plate. Fine in original card covers (detached), small water stain affecting margin of plate.
Fine col. litho plate of 'The 2nd Queen's Own Rifles (Canada)' plus text military forces of Canada.
|STRADA Famianus De Bello Belgico. The History of the Low-Countrey Warres. - Written in Latine by Famianus Strada; In English by Sr. Rob. Stapylton Kt. Illustrated with divers Figures.|
Printed for Henry Moseley, London (1650)
(6pp), 143pp + 83pp + 58pp + 24pp, an index of Passages, errata and a catalogue of Moseley books. 14 engraved portrait plates including frontispiece portrait of Stapylton. Complete. 1st ed., mostly very clean, one page of text and one plate with old ink stain and margin of frontispiece repaired. Old marbled boards and later calf spine.