History

  1. Ackroyd, Peter.: Civil War: the history of England volume III London: Macmillan, 2014. 1st. edn. x,502pp. Cold. and b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7187) £7.50
  1. Ackroyd, Peter.: Foundation: the history of England volume I. London: Macmillan, 2011. 1st. edn. x,486pp. Cold.and b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7185) £7.50
  1. Ackroyd, Peter.: Tudors: the history of England volume II London: Macmillan, 2012. 1st. edn. x,507pp. ol. and b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7186) £7.50
  1. Adams, Jad: Hideous Absinthe: a history of the devil in a bottle London: I. B. Tauris, 2004 1st edn. x, 294 pp. 13 cold., 11 b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 2678) £16.00
  1. Alexander, Caroline.: The War that Killed Achilles: the true story of Homer’s Iliad and the Trojan War. London: Viking, 2009. 1st. edn. xix,296pp. Map. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6931) £10.00
  1. Allen, Charles.: Coromandel: a personal history of South India. London: Little, Brown, 2017. 1st. edn. xvi, 411pp. B/w illus., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 4743) £10.00
  1. Almond, Richard: Medieval Hunting Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 2003 1st. edn. viii, 216 pp. 47 b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 2456) £10.00
  1. Anon.: England’s Black Tribunal: containing I The Complete Tryal of King Charles the First, II The Loyal Martyrology, III An Historical Register and IV The Loyal Confessors. London: C. Rivington, 1737. 6th edn. very much enlarged. 308pp plus 4pp publisher’s list. Engraved portait of the King as frontis. Ruled calf rebacked with original spine label laid on, boards rather rubbed and worn but contents clean and sound. (Stock ref 6003) £150.00
  1. Arberry, A. J. (ed.): The Legacy of Persia. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. Reprint. xvi,421pp. Many b/w illus. Includes contributions by J. H. Iliffe, R. Levy, R. W. Bailet et al. D/w faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6592) £7.50
  1. Ashe, Geoffrey.: The Doscovery of King Arthur. Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 2003. Revised edn. ix,230pp. B/w photos., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7003) £5.00
  1. Asher, Michael.: Lawrence: the uncrowned king of Arabia. London: Viking, 1998. 1st. edn. xix(1)419pp. Cold. and b/w photos. D/w faded on spine otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 6278) £8.00
  1. Baker, Kenneth.: George III: a life in caricature. London: Thames & Hudson, 2007. 1st. edn. 224pp. 194 illus., mostly cold. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7088) £10.00
  1. Beauclerk, Charles.: Shakespearre’s Lost Kingdom: The true history of Shakespeare and Elizabeth. New York: Grove Press, 2010. 1st. edn. xviii,430pp. Cold. illus. D/w with a tiny tear at spine head otherwise a clean, bright copy. (Stock ref 5830) £7.00
  1. Beevor, Antony.: Stalingrad: the downfall 1945. London: Viking, 2002. 1st. edn. xxxviii, 490pp. Numerous b/w photos., maps. D/w a little faded on spine and creased on edges otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5455) £10.00
  1. Blake, Robert.: Disraeli. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1967. 1st. US edn. xxvi, 819pp. 16 b/w illus., maps. D/w a little rubbed on edges otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5121) £20.00
  1. Bonnerjea, R.: Eskimos in Europe: how they got there and what happened to them afterwards. Budapest: BIRO Family, 2004. 1st.UK edn. 469pp. B/w illus. Inscribed by the author on ffep.. Laminated, pictorial card covers just a trifle rubbed on corners otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 7180) £20.00
  1. Boorstin, Daniel.: The Americans: the colonial experience. New York: Random House, 1958. 1st. edn. xii, 434pp. Small ownership signature to ffep. D/w rather rubbed and with several tiny nicks in edges otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5554) £15.00
  1. Bowden, Hugh.: Mystery Cults in the Ancient World. London: Thames & Hudson, 2010. 1st. edn. 256pp. 28 cold. and numerous b/w illus. D/w very slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a very clean, bright copy. (Stock ref 5112) £15.00
  1. Brown, Chris.: Robert the Bruce: a life chronicled. Stroud: Tempus Publishing, 2004. 1st. edn. 416pp. Pictorial card covers just showing a little shelf wear , a very good copy. (Stock ref 4229) £7.50
  1. Buruma, Ian.: Year Zero: a history of 1945. New York: The Penguin Press, 2013. 1st. edn. (10)369pp. B/w photos. D/w very slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 4319) £9.00
  1. Butel, Paul.: The Atlantic. London: Routledge, 1999. 1st. UK edn. xiii,330pp. Map. Translated from the French by Ian Hamilton Grant. One of the Seas in History series. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7010) £10.00
  1. Casey, P. J.: Carausius and Allectus: th British usurpers New Haven: Yale University Press, 1995. 1st. US edn. 213pp. B/w illus., maps. Translations of the texts by R. S. O. Tomlin. D/w very slightly dust marked otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6995) £35.00
  1. Caulfield, James: The High Court of Justice: comprising memoirs of the principal persons who sat in judgement on King Charles the First and signed his death-warrant together with those accessaries, excepted by Parliament in the Bill of Indemnity London: John Caulfield, 1820 1st. edn. xi (1),112 pp + (4) pp index. Portrait frontis. of Charles I plus 23 other portraits. Foxing throughout. Epp split at hinges but this does not affect the binding. Bound in contemporary dark green half calf gilt with raised bands and dark green plain cloth boards. Binding rather rubbed on edges, otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 1809) £150.00
  1. Chambers, R. W.: Thomas More. London: Jonathan Cape, 1949. Reprint. 416pp. B/w illus. The Bedford Historical Series no. II. Ownership signature and address on ffep. D/w chipped and worn on edges and corners and generally rather dull. Clean and sound internally. (Stock ref 6819) £6.00
  1. Chapman-Huston, Desmond & Cripps, Ernest C.:: Through a City Archway: the story of Allen & Hanburys 1715-1954. London, John Murray, 1954 1st. edn. xv, 326 pp. 49 sepia illus. D/w slightly rubbed on extremities and with three small tears in front panel otherwise a clean, bright copy. An interesting account of the well-known pharmaceutical company. (Stock ref 6075) £5.00
  1. Charmley, John.: Chamberlain and the Lost Peace. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1989. 1st. edn. xiv, 257pp. B/w illus. Pencil annotations throughout. D/w slightly faded on spine, edge rubbed and with two small tears. Otherwise, a clean sound copy. (Stock ref 4594) £6.00
  1. Childs, Jessie.: Henry VIII’s Last Victim: the life and times of Henry Howard. Earl of Surrey. London: Jonathan Cape, 2006. 1st. edn. xx,391pp. Cold. and b/w illus. Signed by the author on title page. D/w very slightly creased at spine head otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 5832) £8.00
  1. Chruchill, Winston S.: The Sinews of Peace: post war speeches London: Cassell & Co., 1948 1st. edn. Price-clipped d/w slightly rubbed at spine head otherwise a very clean, bright copy. (Stock ref 2455) £15.00
  1. Comnena, Anna: The Alexiad of Anna Comnena Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1969 1st. Penguin edn. 560 pp. Maps. Translated and introduced by E. R. A. Sewter. Pages very slightly browned. Pictorial card covers very slightly rubbed on edges othewise a fine copy. (Stock ref 2669) £4.00
  1. Cooper, John.: The Queen’s Agent: Sir Francis Walsingham and the rise of espionage in Elizabethan England. New York: Pegasus Books, 2013. 1st. US edn. x,375pp. B/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6935) £8.00
  1. Coote, Stephen.: Drake. London: Simon & Schuster, 2003. 1st. edn. xii,337pp. Cold illus. All pp lightly tanned. D/w and boards slightly bumpped on bottom corners otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 7066) £7.00
  1. Cottrell, Leonard.: Enemy of Rome London: Evans Brothers, 1960. 1st. edn. 224pp. B/w illus., maps. D/w a little frayed along top edge with several closed tears. A very good copy. (Stock ref 4411) £6.00
  1. Coulton, G. G.: Medieval Panorama: the English scene from Conquest to Reformation. London: Cambridge University Press, 1949. Reprint. xiv, 801pp. B/w illus. Price-clipped d/w chipped, worn and torn with some minor loss at spine tail otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 4430) £6.50
  1. Croix, G. E. M. de Ste.: The Origins of the Peloponnesian War. London: Gerald Duckworth, 1972. 1st. edn. xii, 444pp. B/w frontis. D/w slightly faded on spine and a little rubbed on edges otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5110) £20.00
  1. Dalrymple, William.: Return of a King: the battle for Afghanistan, 1839-42 New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2013. 1st. US edn. xxxviii,515pp. Many cold. and b/w illus., maps. D/w very slightly creased at spine head otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6984) £10.00
  1. Dalrymple, William.: The White Mughals: love and betrayal in eighteenth-century India. London: HarperCollins, 2002. 1st. edn. xliv, 580pp. Numerous cold. and b/w illus. Binding very slightly cocked. D/w just showing a little edge rubbing. A very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 4450) £6.00
  1. Davies, Norman.: Rising ’44: the battle for Warsaw. London: Macmillan, 2003. 1st. edn. xxvi,752pp. Numerous b/w photos., maps. D/w very slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6598) £8.00
  1. de Lisle, Leanda.: White King: Charles I, traitor, murderer, martyr. London: Chatto & Windus, 2018. 1st. edn. xxxiii(1)391pp. Many cold. illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6257) £9.00
  1. Dikotter, Frank.: How to be a Dictator: the cult of personality in the twentieth century. London: Bloomsbury, 2019. 1st. UK edn. xvi,274(4)pp. B/w photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6053) £7.50
  1. Dillon, Patrick.: The Last Revolution: 1688 and the creation of the modern world. London: Jonathan Cape, 2006. 1st. edn. xiv,450pp. B/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7005) £8.00
  1. Duckett, Eleanor.: Medieval Portraits from East and West. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1972. 1st. edn. (10)270pp. D/w very slightly tanned along top edge otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 3933) £5.00
  1. Duggan, Alfred.: He Died Old: Mithradates Eupator, king of Pontus. London: Faber & Faber, 1958. 1st. edn. 208pp. Fold-out map. Binding very slightly cocked. D/w a little tanned and dust marked otherwise a very clean, bright copy. (Stock ref 4409) £15.00
  1. Ehrman, John.: The Younger Pitt: the consuming struggle. London: Constable & Co., 1996. Reprint. xvi,911pp. Cold. frontis. and 30 b/w illus. The final volume of the biography. Pictorial card covers very slightly dust marked otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6659) £10.00
  1. Ehrman, John.: The Younger Pitt: the reluctant transition. London: Constable & Co., 1996. Reprint. xvi,689pp. B/w illus. The second volume of the biography of Pitt the Younger. Pictorial card covers, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6658) £10.00
  1. Ehrman, John.: The Younger Pitt: the years of acclaim. London: Constable & Co., 1969. 1st. edn. xvi,710pp. B/w illus. D/w chipped and worn on edges with several small, closed tears otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 6657) £20.00
  1. Ehrmann, Frantisek, Heitlinger,Otto & Iltis, Rudolf (eds.): Terezin Prague: Council of Jewish Communities in the Czech Lands, 1965. 1st. edn. 340pp. Many cold. and b/w illus., some fold-out. Seven inch vinyl e.p. disc in pocket on back board. D/w rather chipped, worn and torn with several closed tears and much of front fold-in missing. Otherwise, a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 7181) £25.00
  1. Elder, John Rawson.: Goldseekers and Bushrangers in New Zealand. London: Blackie & Son, 1930. 1st. UK edn. 206pp. B/w photos., maps. Grey cloth spine over decorated paper-covered boards. Boards rather spotted and stained with bumped bottom corners but, internally, clean and sound. (Stock ref 6049) £8.00
  1. Emmison, F. G.: Elizabethan Life: Essex gentry’s wills. Chelmsford: Essex County Council, 1978.# 1st. edn. x,361pp. Fold-out map. D/w rather rubbed on edges with several small, closed tears otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5944) £7.50
  1. Enright, Sean.: The Irish Civil War: law, execution and atrocity. Newbridge: Merrion Press, 2019. 1st. edn. xvi,186pp. B/w photos. Pictorial card covers a little rubbed on corners otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 6599) £7.50
  1. Erickson, Charlotte.: Invisible Immigrants: the adaptation of English and Scottish immigrants in 19th Century America. London: The London School of Political Science and Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1972. 1st. edn. (8)531pp. B/w illus., map. D/w with a small tear in top edge of back panel, a very good copy. (Stock ref 3939) £8.00
  1. Errington, R. M.: The Dawn of Empire: Rome’s Rise to World Power. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1971. 1st. edn. x, 318pp. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 3934) £20.00
  1. Evans, James.: Merchant Adventurers: the voyage of discovery that transformed Tudor Englamd. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2013. 1st. edn. ix, 383pp. Cold. illus., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 4741) £12.00
  1. Evans, Richard J.: The Pursuit of Power: Europe 1815-1914. London: Allen Lane, 2016. 1st. edn. xxiv, 819pp. 32 cold. illus., 20 maps. D/w a little creased on top edge and slightly dust marked otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5217) £15.00
  1. Evans, W. McKee.: To Die Game: the story of the Lowry Band, Indian guerillas of Reconstruction. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1971. 1st. edn. xiii, 282pp. B/w illus. D/w faded on spine and slightly rubbed 0n edges. A very good copy. (Stock ref 4525) £10.00
  1. Fellowes-Gordon, Ian.: Amiable Assassins: the story of the Kachin guerrillas of North Burma. London: Robert Hale, 1957. 1st. edn. 159 pp. 20 b/w photos. Inscribed by the author. Price-clipped d/w rather rubbed and worn on edges and corners with several tiny tears otherwise a clean, bright copy. (Stock ref 2717) £75.00
  1. Ferriter, Diarmaid.: Between Two Hells: the Irish Civil War. London: Profile Books, 2021. 1st. edn. (8)328pp. D/w very slightly dust marked on back panel otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6673) £8.00
  1. Finder, Henry & Harvey, Giles (eds.).: The New Yorker Book of the 40’s: story of a decade. London: William Heinemann, 2014. 1st. UK edn. xviii,696pp. Introduction by David Remnick. Includes pieces by E. B. White, Mollie Panter-Downes, John Lardner, John Hersey, Rebecca West et al. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6866) £10.00
  1. Finlay, M. I. (ed.).: The Legacy of Greece: a new appraisal. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988. Reprint. (8)479pp. B/w illus., map. Includes contributions by R. I. Winton, T. G. Rosenmeyer, Peter Kidson et al. D/w faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6591) £7.50
  1. Fischer, Klaus P.: Mazi Germany: a new history. London: Constable & Co., 1995. 1st. UK edn. ix, 734pp. B/w photos. D/w very slightly creased at spine head otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 4230) £12.00
  1. Flexner, James Thomas.: George Washington in the American Revolution (1775-1783) Boston: Little, Grown & Co., 1968. 1st. edn. xviii, 599pp. B/w illus., maps. ownership signature to ffep. D/w a trifle dust marked and slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a Clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5555) £15.00
  1. Fogarty, Richard S.: Race and War in France: colonial subjects in the French Army, 1914-1918 Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015. 1st. P/B edn. xiv, 374pp. B/w photos. Pictorial card covers very sli8ghtly rubbed on corners otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 5760) £10.00
  1. Foreman, Amanda.: A World on Fire: Britain’s crucial role in the American Civil War. New York: Random House, 2010. 1st US edn. xxxix, 958pp. B/w photos., text figures and maps. Signed by the author on title page.D/w a trifle rubbed on edges otherwise a fine copy.. (Stock ref 5193) £15.00
  1. Fraser, Antonia.: Marie Antoinette. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2001. 1st. edn. xviii, 488pp. Numerous cold. illus. D/w slightly creased at top edge of front panel otherwise a very clean, bright copy. (Stock ref 5042) £6.50
  1. Fraser, Antonia.: marie Antoinette. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2001. 1st. edn. xviii,488pp. Numerous cold. illus. D/w slightly creased along top edge and corners slightly bumpec otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 6756) £6.00
  1. Gash, Norman.: Sir Robert Peel: the life of Sir Robert Peel after 1830. London: Longman, 1972. 1st. edn. xx, 743pp. B/w illus. Price-clipped d/w slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5040) £30.00
  1. Gatrell, Vic: The First Bohemians: life and art in London’s Golden Age London: Allen Lane, 2013 1st. edn. xxvii, 484pp. Numerous cold. and b/w illus. D/w very slightly rubbed on corners otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 3079) £10.00
  1. Gilbert, Adrian et al.: The Holy Kingdom: the quest for the real King Arthur. London: Bantam Press, 1998. 1st. edn. xvi,379pp. Cold. photos., diagrams, maps. D/w very slightly creased at spine head otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 7004) £10.00
  1. Green, Daniel:: Great Cobbett, the Noblest Agitator. London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1983. 1st. edn. 496 pp. D/w slightly faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6099) £5.00
  1. Hague, William.: William Wilberforce: the life of the great anti-slave trade campaigner. London: HarperCollins, 2007. 2nd. impression. xx,582pp. Cold. and b/w illus. D/w slightly faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6661) £7.50
  1. Harvey, Robert.: ” A Few Bloody Noses”: the realities and myhtologies of the American Revolution. New York: The Overlook Press, 2002. 1st. US edn. xiv, 468pp. B/w illus., maps. D/w slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a clean, bright copy, (Stock ref 5440) £6.50
  1. Haskins, Susan.: Mary Magdalen: myth and metaphor. London: HarperCollins, 1993. 1st. edn. xxii, 518pp. Numerous b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 4944) £8.00
  1. Hennessy, Peter.: The Prime Minister: the office and its holders since 1945. London: Allen Lane, 2000. 1st. edn. xiv,686pp. Numerous b/w photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7203) £8.00
  1. Hennessy, Peter.: Whitehall. New York:The Free Press, 1989. 1st. US edn. xxii,851pp. B/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7087) £8.00
  1. Hewitt, James (ed.): Eye-Witnesses to Wagon Trains West. \reading: Osprey Publishing, 1973. 1st. edn. x(2)178pp. B/w illus., maps. Inscribed by the author. D/w somewhat faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6387) £12.00
  1. Hibbert, Christopher.: George III: a personal history. London: Viking, 1998. 3rd. impression. xvi,464pp. Many cold. and b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7116) £6.00
  1. Hibbert, Christopher.: The French Revolution. London: Allen Lane, 1980. 1st. edn. 352pp. Many b/w illus., maps. D/w very slightly creased on top edge otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6275) £15.00
  1. Hibbert, Christopher.: The Great Mutiny, India 1857. London: Allen Lane, 1978. 1st. edn. 472pp. Many b/w illus., map. D/w slightly dust marked on back panel and just faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6989) £15.00
  1. Hibbert, Christopher.: The Road to Tyburn: the story of Jack Sheppard and the eighteenth cenury underworld. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1957. 1st. edn. 163pp. B/w illus. Some fox spotting to edges of text block. D/w foxed on back panel and with a couple of small, closed tears at spine head. Otherwise, a very good copy of the author’s first book. (Stock ref 4453) £25.00
  1. Higham, Charles.: Mrts. Simpson: secret lives of the Duchess of Winsdsor. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 2004. Revised and expanded edn. xviii,557pp. Many b/w photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7202) £10.00
  1. Holland, Tom.: Dominion: the making of the western mind. London: Little, Brown, 2019. 7th. Impression. xxx,594pp. Cold. illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6713) £15.00
  1. Hughes, Lindsey.: Russia in the Age of Peter the Great. London: Yale University Press, 1998. 1st. edn. xxx,602pp. B/w illus., map. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6983) £8.00
  1. Hutchinson, Robert.: The Last Days of Henry VIII: conspiracies, treason and heresy at the court of the dying tyrant. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2005. 1st. edn. 367pp. Cold. illus. D/w very slightly rubbed on corners otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 5577) £7.50
  1. Hutchinson, Robert.: Thomas Cromwell: the rise and fall of Henry VIII’s most notorious minister. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2007. 1st. edn. viii,360pp. Cold. illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 5838) £7.50
  1. Hutton, Ronald.: The Restoration: a political and religious history of England and Wales 1658-1667. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985. 1st. edn. x,379pp. B/w illus. Inscribed by the author on title page. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6584) £20.00
  1. Jeffery, Keith.: The Secret History of MI6 1909-1949. New York: Penguin Press, 2010. US edn., 3rd. impression. xxi,810pp. Many b/w photos. D/w very slightly creased on top edge otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 7095) £10.00
  1. Jenkins, Roy.: Churchill: a biography New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2001. 1st. US edn. xxii,1002pp. Many b/w photos. Price-clipped d/w slightly dust marked and creased along top edge. Otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 6656) £10.00
  1. Kelly, Ian.: Casanova: actor, spy, lover, priest. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2008. 1st. edn. x, 403pp. Cold. illus. D/w very slightly creased along top edge otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 5603) £5.00
  1. Kertzer, David I.: The Pope Who Would be King: the exile of Pius IX and the emergence of modern Europe. New York: Random House, 2018. 1st. edn. xxx, 424pp. B/w illus. D/w slightly creased along top edge otherise a clean, bright copy. (Stock ref 5220) £10.00
  1. Khan, Shaharyar M.: The Begums of Bhopal: a dynasty of wom,en rulers in Raj India. London: I. B. Tauris, 2000. Reprint. x,276pp. B/w illus., map. D/w very slightly creased on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6944) £12.00
  1. Kincaid, Dennis.: British Social Life in India, 1608-1937. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1973. 2nd. edn. xxii,344pp. B/w illus. D/w faded on spine and very slightly rubbed on corners , a very good copy. (Stock ref 6589) £10.00
  1. Knight, Stephen (ed.): Robin Hood: anthology of scholarship and criticism. Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 1999. 1st. edn. xxiii,471pp. Includes essays by Douglas Gray, David Wiles, Marilyn Butler, Christopher Hill et al. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6996) £40.00
  1. Knopp, Guido.: The SS: a warning from history. Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 2003. 1st. UK edn. xv,368pp. B/w photos. Translated from the German by Angus McGeoch. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7023) £8.00
  1. Knox, Oliver.: Rebels & Informers: stirrings of Irish independence. London: John Murray, 1997. 1st. edn. xvi,304pp. B/w illus. D/w slightly rubbed on edgers and corners otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 6600) £6.00
  1. Lawne, Penny.: Joan of Kent: the first Princess of Wales. Stroud: Amberley Publishing, 2015. 1st. edn. 320pp.Cold. illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7065) £10.00
  1. Lawrence, T. E.: Secret Despatches from Arabia: and other writings. London: Bellew Publishing, 1991. New edn. (8) 279 pp. 15 b/w photos. Edited and introduced by Malcolm Brown. D/w with a small closed tear in crease of front fold-in otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 2461) £15.00
  1. Litten, Julian: The English Way of Death: the common funeral since 1450 London: Robert Hale, 1991 1st. edn. xvii (1) 254 pp. Numerous cold. and b/w illus.Bookplate to ffep. D/w slightly sunned on spine and rubbed on edges, a very good copy. (Stock ref 2598) £25.00
  1. Lumsden, Harry & Aitken, P. Henderson: History of the Hammermen of Glasgow: a study typical of Scottish craft life and organisation. Paisley: Alexander Gardner, 1912 1st. edn. xxviii, 446 pp. 24 sepia illus. Some light foxing throughout.T.e.g. Blue cloth gilt bds. slightly rubbed and bumped on corners but, overall, a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 1150) £40.00
  1. Macintyre, Ben.: A Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal. London: Blomsbury Publishing, 2014. 1st. edn. xii,352pp. B/w photos. Afterword by John Le Carre. D/w, a fine copy.  (Stock ref 5600) £7.50
  1. MacLean, Fitzroy,: Bonnie Prince Charlie. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988. 1st. edn. xiv, 386pp. Cold. and b/w illus., maps. Binding very slightly cocked. D/w, a very good copy. (Stock ref 4846) £6.00
  1. Majumdar, R. C. et al.: An Advanced History of India. London: Macmillan & Co., 1960. 2nd. edn., reprinted with corrections. xiv,1122pp. Five cold. fold-out maps, Many b/w illus and maps. Price-clipped d/w faded and stained but, internally, very clean and sound. (Stock ref 6587) £10.00
  1. Maning, F. E.: Old New Zealand: a tale of the good old timesby a Pakeha Maori. Auckland: Golden Press, 1973. New edn. 362pp. D/w slightly faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6050) £8.00
  1. Markoe, Glenn E.: Peoples of the Past: Phoenicians. London: British Museum Press, 2000. 1st. edn. 224pp. Cold. and b/w photos., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6985) £12.00
  1. Martin, E. W.: Where London Ends: English provincial life after 1750. London: Phoenix House, 1958 1st. edn. 312pp. B/w illus. Neat ownership signature to ffep. D/w a little rubbed and creased on edges otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 3747) £7.50
  1. Maurer, Helen E.: Margaret of Anjou: queenship and power in late medieval England. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2003. 1st. edn. xii,240pp. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6943) £12.00
  1. McCalman, Iain.: The Last Alchemist: Count Cagliostro, master of magic in the Age of Reason. New York: HarperCollins, 2003. 1st. edn. xiv,272pp. B/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 5842) £8.00
  1. McCullough, David Willis (ed.): Wars of the Irish Kings. New Yory: History Book Club, 2000. 1st. edn. xl,348pp. Cold. and b/w illus., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7018) £9.00
  1. McDermot, James.: Martin Frobisher: Elizabethan privateer. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001. 1st. edn. xvi, 509pp. 10 cold. illus., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 4021) £12.00
  1. McDermott, James.: Martin Frobisher: Elizabethan privateer. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001. 1st. edn. xvi,509pp. 10 cold. and seven b/w illus. D/w very slightly rubbed on corners otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 7201) £10.00
  1. McLynn, Frank.: 1066: the year of the three battles. London: Jonathan Cape, 1998. 1st. edn. xiv, 304pp. B/w illus., maps. D/w with two closed tears and some slight shelf wearotherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 3986) £6.50
  1. McMahon, Paul.: British Spies and Irish Rebels. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2008. 1st. edn. xii,516pp. Numerous b/w photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6503) £30.00
  1. Medawar, Jean & Pyke, David.: Hitler’s Gift: scientists who fled Nazi Germany. London: Richard Cohen in association with the European Jewish Publication Society, 2000. 1st. edn. xx, 268pp. Numerous b/w photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 4748) £9.00
  1. Ministry of Defence Naval Historical Branch: War with Japan London: HMSO, 1995 1st. edn. 6 vols. in 4 plus 119 maps and plans in four wallets. Numerous b/w photos. and text figures. D/w’s just showing some minimal shelf wear otherwise a very clean, bright set. (Stock ref 2683) £150.00
  1. Morison, Samuel Eliot.: “Old Bruin”, Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry, 1794-1858. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1967. 1st. edn. xxiv, 482pp. B/w illus., maps. Ownership signature to ffep. D/w dust marked and a little rubbed on edges otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5626) £8.00
  1. Moser, Michael J. & Yeone Wei-Chih Moser: Foreigners Within the Gates: the legations at Peking. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1993. 2nd. impression. xiv,158pp. Numerous b/w photos. and other b/w illus. D/w faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 5857) £15.00
  1. Mphahlele, Es’kia: Es’kia Johannesburg: Kwela Books with Stainbank & Associates, 2002 1st. edn. xxii, 485 pp. Two b/w photos. Edited by James Ogude et al. D/w slightly worn on edges, a very good copy. (Stock ref 2065) £15.00
  1. Neville, Derek.: Blackburn’s Isle: a story of the covict settlement at Botany Bay. Lavenham: Terence Dalton,1975. 1st. edn. 176pp. Many b/w illus., text figures. D/w somewhat rubbed and worn on edges and corners otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 4879) £7.00
  1. Norwich, John Julius.: A Short History of Byzantium. London: Viking, 1997. 1st. edn. xli,431pp. Cold. and b/w illus., maps. D/w very slightly faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 7024) £20.00
  1. Ohlgren, Thomas H. (ed.): Medieval Outlaws: ten tales in modern English. Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 1998. 1st. UK edn. xxix,346pp. B/w illus. Includes contributions from Stephen Knight, Michael Swanton, Carter Revard et al. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7068) £6.00
  1. Pallud, Jean Paul.: Blitzkrieg in the West Then and Now. London: After the Battle, 1991. 1st. edn. 640 pp. Numerous b/w photos., maps. Neat ownership signature to ffep. D/w very slightly rubbed on edges and a little faded on spine. A very good copy. (Stock ref 2467) £25.00
  1. Parker, Philip.: The Empire Stops Here: a journey along the frontiers of the Roman world. London: Jonathan Cape, 2009. 1st. edn. 649pp. Numerous b/w photos., maps. D/w a little creased on bottom edge with two small closed tears in back panel.\ (Stock ref 5216) £10.00
  1. Partner, Peter.: The Lands of St. Peter: the Papal State in the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. London: Eyre Methuen, 1972. 1st. edn. xxiv, 471pp. B/w illus., maps. D/w very slightly rubbed on edges and a small, closed tear in bottom edge of the front panel. A very good copy. (Stock ref 3940) £30.00
  1. Penn, Thomas.: Winter King: the dawn of Tudor England. London: Allen Lane, 2011. 1st. edn. xxii, 448pp. 14 cold. illus., maps. D/w very slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 5218) £8.00
  1. Pininski, Peter.: Bonnie Prince Charlie: a life. Stroud: Amberley Publishing, 2010. 1st. edn. 191pp. Cold. and b/w illus. D/w very slightly creased at spine head otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6932) £9.00
  1. Platt, Colin.: Medieval England: a social history and archaeology from the Conquest to 1600 AD. London: Routledges, 1994. 1st. H/B edn. xviii, 292pp. Numerous b/w illus., plans. D/w a trifle creased on edges otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5156) £6.50
  1. Porter, Stephen.: The Great Plague. Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 1999. 1st. edn. x,213pp. 70 b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7017) £5.00
  1. Powell, Colin: A Soldier’s Way: an autobiography. London: Hutchinson, 1995. 1st. UK edn. x,643(2)pp. Many b/w photos. Written with Joseph E. Persico. Signed by Powell on title page. All pp somewhat tanned. D/w slightly creased and rubbed on edges and corners otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 6818) £40.00
  1. Powers, Thomas: Heisenberg’s War: the secret history of the German bomb New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993 1st. edn. xii, 609 pp. 39 b/w photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 2530) £10.00
  1. Rankin, Nicholas.: Defending the Rock: how Gibraltar defeated Hitler. London: Faber & Faber, 2017. 1st. edn. xii,660pp. B/w photos., maps. D/w, a fine cop[y. (Stock ref 7006) £10.00
  1. Reeves, Richard.: John Stuart Mill: Victorian firebrand. London: Atlantic Books, 2007. 1st. edn. (8)616pp. B/w illus. D/w rubbed along bottom edge witha small, closed tear at spine tail. Otherwise, a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 6660) £8.00
  1. Reeves, William Pember.: The Long White Cloud: Ao Tea Roa. Auckland: Golden Press, 1973. New edn. 390pp. B/w portrait frontis. Additional chapters by A. J. Harrop. D/w slightly faded otherwise a very clean, bright copy. (Stock ref 6051) £8.00
  1. Reilly, Tom.: Cromwell,an Honourable Enemy: the untold story of the Cromwellian invasion of Ireland Dingle: Brandon, 1999. 1st. edn. (4)316pp. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 5036) £10.00
  1. Ricks, Thomas E.: Churchill and Orwell: the fight for freedom. New York: Penguin Press, 2017. 1st. edn. (12)340pp. B/w photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6054) £7.50
  1. Roberts, Andrew.: A History of the English-Speaking Peoples Since 1900. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2006. 1st. edn. xiii, 736pp. Cold. and b/w illus., maps. D/w a trifle creased on edges otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5043) £6.50
  1. Roberts, George.: The Social History of the People of the Southern Counties on England in Past Centuries: illustrated in regard to their habits, municipal bye-laws, civil progress etc. London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts, 1856. 1st. edn. xvi, 572pp. Many text figures. Front inner hinge weak. Brown cloth boards with gilt spine lettering, slightly bumped on corners and rubbed on edges otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5865) £30.00
  1. Rosenfeld, Gavriel D.: The Fourth Reich: the specter of Nazism from World war II to the present. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 1st. edn. xi,399pp. B/w photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6954) £12.00
  1. Rostovtzeff, M.: The Social and Economic History of the Hellenistic World. London: Oxford University Press, 1959. Reprint. Three Vols. xxiv, 1-602pp, viii, 603-1312pp, vi, 1313-1779pp. 112 b/w illus., text figures. Price-clipped d/w’s tanned on spines otherwise a very clean, sound set. (Stock ref 4172) £75.00
  1. Sandler, Corey.: Henry Hudson: dreams and obsession. New York: Citadel Press, 2007. 1st. edn. xvi, 431pp. B/w illus., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7063) £7.00
  1. Saunders, Frances Stonor.: Hawkwood: diabolical Englishman. London: Faber & Faber, 2004. 2nd. impression. xviii,366pp.Cold. and b/w illus. Signed by the author on title page. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6586) £8.00
  1. Scott-Giles, C. Wilfrid.: Civic Heraldry of England and Wales. London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1933. 1st. edn. xiv, 336pp. Numerous text figures by the author. Maroon cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine somewhat rubbed on edges otherwise a clean, sounf copy. (Stock ref 4199) £15.00
  1. Shapiro, James.: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare: 1599. New York: HarperCollins, 2005 1st. edn. xxii,394pp. Cold. and b/w illus. D/w very slightly rubbed on edges and corners otherwise a near fine copy. (Stock ref 5831) £6.00
  1. Shaw, Christine.: Julius II: the warrior Pope Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1993. 1st. edn. viii, 360pp. B/w photos. D/w a trifle scratched and dust marked otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 4943) £20.00
  1. Shellabarger, Samual: The Chevalier Bayard London: Skeffington & Sons, n.d. (c.1928) 1st. British edn. xiii, 391 pp. 15 b/w illus. D/w a little darkened on spine and rubbed on extremities otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 6138) £35.00
  1. Smith, Vincent A.: The History of India: from the earliest times to the end of 1911. London: Oxford University Press, 1928 2nd. edn. reprint. xxiv,814pp. One cold. fold-out map and numerous b/w photos., text figures, maps and plans. Revised and continued to 1921 by S. M. Edwardes. Price-clipped d/w dust marked and somewhat rubbed and worn on edges with some minor loss at spine head (Stock ref 6725) £15.00
  1. Sonerset, Anne.: Elizabeth I. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1991. 1st. edn. xii,636pp. many b/w illus. D/w a trifle rubbed on edges and corners with a tiny piece missing from the top edge of back panel. A very good copy. (Stock ref 7117) £7.00
  1. Starkey, David.: Elizabeth: apprenticeship. London: Chatto & Windus, 2000. 1st. edn. xii,339pp. Cold. and b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6934) £8.00
  1. Steel, D. J.: General Sources of Births, Marriages and Deaths Before 1837 London: Phillimore for the Society of Genealogists, 1976 3rd. corrected impression. xxiv, 439 pp. Additional articles by E. Gillett, Mary McGuinness and E. A. Wrigley. National Index of Parish Registers volume 1. D/w a trifle rubbed on edges otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 1970) £15.00
  1. Strauss, Barry.: The Trojan War: a new history. London: Hutchinson, 2007. 1st. UK edn. xxii, 258pp. B/w photos., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 3989) £6.50
  1. Thomas, John.: The Rise of the Staffordshire Potteries. Bath: Adams & Dart, 1971. 1st. edn. xi(1)228pp. B/w illus. Gift inscription to ffep. D/w a little rubbed on edges and corners otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 6258) £10.00
  1. Tornius, Valerian.: The Salon, its Rise and Fall: pictures of society through five centuries. London: Thornton Butterworth, 1929. 1st. UK edn. 320pp. B/w illus. Translated by Agnes Platt. Red cloth boards patchily faded. D/w chipped and worn with several closed tears and some minor loss. Apart from some foxing, clean and sound internally. (Stock ref 7267) £15.00
  1. Treharne, R.F. & Sanders, I.J. (eds.):: Documents of the Baronial Movement of Reform and Rebellion 1258-1267. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1973. 1st. edn. ix, 353 pp. An Oxford Medieval Text. D/w very slightly rubbed on corners else a fine copy. (Stock ref 6089) £30.00
  1. Trevelyan, Raleigh.: Sir Walter Raleigh. London: Allen Lane, 2002. 1st. edn. xviii,622pp. many b/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7115) £8.00
  1. Triplett, Frank.: The Life, Times and Treacherous Death of Jesse James. New York: Promontory Press. 1970. New edn. xxxvii, 344pp. Numerous monochrome illus. Said to be an authentic reprint of the long suppressed 1882 edition. Introduction and notes by Joseph Snell. D/w rather rubbed on corners and faded on spine otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 4526) £9.00
  1. Tuchman, Barbara:: The First Salute: a view of the American Revolution. London: Michael Joseph, 1989. 1st. edn. xiii,347 pp. 16 b/w illus., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6072) £6.00
  1. Utley, Robert M.: The Lance and the Shield: the life and times of Sitting Bull. New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1993. 4th. Inpression. xviii,412pp. B/w illus., maps. Ownership inscription to ffep. D/w somewhat rubbed on edges and corners otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 7077) £7.00
  1. von Schlabrendorff, Fabian.: The Secret War Against Hitler. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1966. 1st. UK edn. x, 438pp. One b/w photo., 14 line drawings by Hilda Simon. Translated from the German by Hilda Simon. D/w a little chipped and worn with several small tears otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 4881) £15.00
  1. Vulliamy, C. E.: The Onslow Family 1528-1874: with some account of their times London: Chapman & Hall, 1953 1st. edn. x, 277 pp. 16 b/w illus. D/w chipped and rubbed on edges with some loss to spine head otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 2411) £15.00
  1. Walker, Fred M.: Song of the Clyde: a history of Clyde shipbuilding Cambridge: Patrick Stephens, 1984 1st. edn. 233 pp. Numerous b/w photos. and text figures. D/w slightly faded on spine otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 1889) £12.00
  1. Wall, Martin.: Warriors and Kings: the 1500-year battle for Celtic Britain. Stroud: Amberley Publishing, 2017 1st. edn. vi, 282pp. Cold. photos. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6991) £6.00
  1. Warren, W. L.: Henry II London: Methuen, 1991 New edn. xvi, 700 pp. B/w illus., maps, text figures. A title in the English Monarchs series. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 2511) £15.00
  1. Warren, W. L.: Hnery II. London: Methuen, 1991. Reprint. (16)700pp. B/w illus., maps, text figures. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6029) £7.50
  1. Wiencek, Henry.: An Imperfect God: George Washington, his slaves and the creation of America. London: Macmillan, 2003. 1st. UK edn. (10)404pp. B/w illus. All pp slightly tanned. D/w very slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 4029) £6.00
  1. Wilkinson, Josephine.: Katherine Howard: the tragic story of Henry VIII’s fifth queen. London: John Murray, 2016. 1st. edn. x,309pp. Cold. illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7062) £7.00
  1. Willes, Margaret.: The Curious World of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn. London: Yale University Press, 2017. 2nd. impression. xx,282pp. Many cold. illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 7289) £8.00
  1. Willey, Peter: Eagle’s Nest: Ismaili castles in Iran and Syria London: I. B. Tauris in association with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2005 1st. UK edn. xxvii, 321 pp. 40 cold. photos., text figures, maps. D/e, a fine copy. (Stock ref 2498) £20.00
  1. Wills, Clair.: That Neutral Island: a cultural history of Ireland during the Second World War. London: Faber & Faber, 2007. 1st. edn. x, 502pp. B/w illus. All pp very slightly tanned. D//w very slightly rubbed on corners otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 4388) £10.00
  1. Wilson, A. N.: The Victorians. London: Hutchinson, 2002. 1st. edn. xii, 724pp. Cold. and b/w illus. D/w slightly bumped on corners otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 5038) £6.50
  1. Wilson, Derek.: Sweet Robin: a biography of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester 1533-1588. London: Allison & Busby, 1997. New edn. xii,356pp. B/w illus., maps. Pictorial card covers very slightly rubbed on corners otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 7067) £6.00
  1. Wilson, Derek.: The Uncrowned Kings of England: the black legend of the Dudleys. London: Constable and Robinson, 2005. 1st. edn. xvi,416pp. B/w illus. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 6936) £8.00
  1. Wilson-Smith, Timothy: Joan of Arc: maid, myth and history Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 2006 1st. edn. xviii, 254 pp. B/w illus., maps. D/w very slightly rubbed at spine head otherwise a fine copy. (Stock ref 2457) £10.00
  1. Withrington, Donald J. (ed.): Shetland and the Outside World 1469-1969 Oxford: Oxford University Press for the University of Aberdeen, 1983 1st. edn. viii, 239 pp. Eight b/w photos. Includes contributions form Barbara E. Crawford, Gordon Donaldson, Alan Small et al. Aberdeen University Studies series no. 157. D/w faded on spine and slightly scratched on front panel otherwise a very good copy. (Stock ref 2335) £12.00
  1. Wolf, John B.: Louis XIV. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1968. 1st. edn. xx, 678pp. B/w illus., maps. Ownership signature to title page. Price-clipped d/w rubbed and worn on edges and corners with some minor loss otherwise a clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 5624) £8.00
  1. Worthington, Ian.: Alexander the Great: man and god. London: Pearson Longman, 2004. 1st. edn. xx, 251pp. B/w illus., maps. D/w, a fine copy. (Stock ref 5856) £6.50
  1. Wraxall, Nathaniel: Memoirs of the King of France, of the Race of Valois, interspersed with interesting anecdotes. To which is added, A Tour Through the Western, Southern and Interior Provinces of France in a series of letters London: Edward & Charles Dilly, 1777 1st edn. Two vols, xii, 396, vi, 414 pp (plus 2 pp publisher’s catalogue). Bookplate of Richard Oliver to front pastedowns. Some foxing throughout. Mottled calf with gilt decoration to spines somewhat rubbed on edges. Hinges to vol I starting to crack but still holding firm. Overall, a bright, clean set. (Stock ref 1821) £150.00
  1. Xenophon: A History of my Times Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1966 1st. Penguin edn. 363 pp. Translated with an introduction by Rex Warner. Pictorial card covers slightly rubbed on edges otherwise a very clean, sound copy. (Stock ref 2625) £6.00