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|Canada||Canary Islands||Cape of Good Hope||Ceylon|
|France & Cols.||Gambia||Germany & Cols.||Ghana|
|Gibraltar||Gilbert & Ellis Is.||Gold Coast||Great Britain|
|India & States||Indonesia||Ireland||Israel|
|Italy & States||Jamaica||Japan||Jersey|
|Natal||Nauru||Nepal||Netherlands & Cols.|
|New Brunswick||New Guinea||New South Wales||New Zealand|
|Nicaragua||Norfolk Island||North Borneo||Norway|
|Nova Scotia||Oman||Orange Free State||Pacific|
|Palestine||Papua New Guinea||Paraguay||Peru|
|Seychelles||Singapore||Solomon Is.||South Africa|
|South Australia||South West Africa||Spain||Sri Lanka|
|St Helena||Straits Settlements||Swaziland||Sweden|
|Turkey||Uganda||United States of America||Victoria|
|Exhibitions||Flora & Fauna||Geography||Knaresborough|
|Photographs tipped in||Pirates||Politics||Railways|
|ABBOTT C.M. & N.B. Journal of a Voyage from Liverpool on the Ship "Othello", - in 1833 returning by Indonesia, journal kept by Surgeon Thomas Mitchell & a story of an emigrant family.|
Ebor Press, York (1988)
91pp. 1st ed., fine in pictorial card covers.
Well illustrated with line drawings and old plates. Voyage to Hobart Town and Sydney
|ALDERMAN H.M. The charm of old Surrey.|
Trefoil Pub. Co. (1931 (circa))
205pp + index. 2nd revised ed., clean in slightly worn orig. blue cloth.
Illustrated with attractive line drawings in text.
|AMY P.E. Sunny Jersey. - An historical and descriptive guide.|
Jersey Commercial Assoc. (1900)
94 large pp, oblong folio. 1st ed., minor water staining to edge of rear pages, clean in orig. worn card covers.
Well illust. guide with attractive folding panoramic view of St Helier harbour.
|ANDRE Rev. P. de S. Marie, C.D. Dans l'Inde Malabare. - Souvenirs & recits de nos missionnaires Belges.|
245pp. 1st ed., fine but loose in orig. worn and damaged blue paper binding.
Well illust. account of Belgium missionary work in India.
|ANDREWS B. The guide to Swaziland.|
Winchester Press, Johannesburg (1970)
194pp + folding map. 1st ed., clean in pictorial card covers.
|ANON The narrative of Captain David Woodward and four seamen, - who lost their ship while in a boat at sea, and surrendered themselves up to the Malays in the island of Celebes.|
Dawsons of Pall Mall, London (1969)
xxxii + 235pp + 2 folding maps. Facsimile reprint of 1805 second ed., very fine in cloth.
|ANON Facts about Nepal.|
Department of Information, Nepal (1970)
53pp + two plates. 2nd ltd. ed. of 2000 copies. Clean in card covers.
|ARASARATNAM S. Francois Valentijn's description of Ceylon.|
Hakluyt Society (1978)
395pp + folding maps. 1st ed., fine in slightly faded D/W.
Early history of Ceylon.
|BIRD Isabella L. The Hawaiian Archipelago: Six Months Among the Palm Groves, Coral Reefs, and Volcanoes of the Sandwich Islands|
John Murray (1905)
318pp + folding map. Fine in worn original cloth.
Contains some attractive wood engravings.
|BLACK A. & C. Black's picturesque tourist of Ireland.|
A. & C. Black, Edinburgh (1879)
423pp + folding maps and ads. 16th ed., clean in worn original pictorial cloth.
Early guide book.
|BLUTSTEIN H.I. and ANDERSEN, ET AL. Area handbook for Costa Rica.|
Washington D.C. (1970)
323pp. 1st ed., fine in orig. cloth.
U.S. Government handbook with historical, geographical and economic information on the country.
|BONNARD G.A. Gibbon's journey from Geneva to Rome. - His journal from 20 April to 2 October 1764.|
Thomas Nelson & Sons (1961)
xxiv + 268pp + 12 plates. De luxe ltd. ed., no. 70 of 105 copies on large thick laid paper in full vellum gilt binding.
Bonnard's long preface in English. Gibbon's text in French. A very fine copy.
|BOUR C. and BERTRAND Auvergne. - Costumes ou Puy de Dome dessines et lithographies.|
Publie par Talbot (1856 (circa))
Title page and 16 hand coloured plates. Some very light tone spotting mostly confined to margins otherwise fine in fine original blindstamped cloth, top of spine with some wear. 9 x 6in
Possibly lacking 4 plates.
|BOWMAN W. Reliquiae antiquae Eboracenses, - or remains of antiquity, relating to the county of York. Illustrated by plates and woodcuts.|
Cooke & Clark, Leeds (1855)
96pp + 15 plates. 1st ed., clean in modern half calf.
Originally published in six parts the work is made up of articles on various aspects of Yorkshire history. Includes some hand coloured plates. Detailed and well illustrated catalogue of Tradesmen's tokens, history of Fenton church and Markenfield Hall near Ripon, etc.
|BRAZIL Brazil. - Resources, possibilities.|
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rio de Janeiro (1946)
280pp + col. plates. 1st ed., fine in worn and slightly damaged card covers.
Detailed guide to the country with many B & W photos and very attractive reproductions of coloured paintings.
|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.
|BROEKEMA C. Map Collectors' Circle No. 74. - Maps of the Canary Islands published before 1850.|
24pp + 13 plates. 1st ed., fine in orig. buff card covers (7.5 x 10in).
|BUCKINGHAMSHIRE Records of Buckinghamshire, - or papers and notes on the history, antiquities and architecture of the county; together with transactions of the architectural and archaelogical society.|
Aylesbury (1858 - 1870)
4 vols. 1st ed., some tone spotting otherwise very fine in half calf bindings with decorated spines.
The first 4 vols. of this series containing many engraved views and some early coloured prints as well as early examples of tipped in photographs.
|CAIRNES J.E. The slave power. - Its character, career and probable designs being an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contest.|
David & Charles (1968)
410pp. Reprint of 1863 ed., ex libre still fine in D/W.
Classic study of the background to the American Civil War.
|CAMERON J. Our Tropical Possessions in Malayan India|
Oxford Uni. Press, Kuala Lumpur (1965)
xii + 408pp + 7 colour plates. A centenary reprint of the 1865 ed., very fine in original cloth in slip case.