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Lot Number: 625
ARTHUR MEE; fourteen volumes of ''The King's England'' series to include London, Cornwall, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, and Somerset, and a collection of similar travel related books and some modern examples.
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Estimate: 20 - 40

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Lot Number: 626
HEGINBOTHAM, HENRY; Stockport: Ancient and Modern, in two volumes, published by Sampson Low Marsden & Co, Fleet St, London 1882 and 1892, illustrated with black and white heliotypes and wood engravings, folio size, ex public library, rebound in faux leather binding.
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Estimate: 60 - 100

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Lot Number: 627
LA CHAPELLE, VINCENT: The Modern Cook, in three volumes, in English, by the Chief Cook to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield, to whom the volumes are dedicated, ''printed for the author and sold by Nicholas Prevost, at the Ship over-against Southampton-Street in the Strand'' in 1733, with pull out illustrations, leather bound with owner inscription of 1814 on the flyleaf.
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Estimate: 100 - 150

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Vol 1: front page fold-out present but ripped. (13 fold-out pictures and plans). Vol 2: front page fold-out present - no further fold-outs or plates. Vol 3: front page fold-out present - no further fold-outs or plates. General wear throughout, some foxing and staining. Tears to some pages and fold-outs.

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Lot Number: 627A
DERHAM, WILLIAM (1657-1737): ''The Artificial Clock-Maker, A Treatise of Watch & Clock-work, wherein The Art of Calculating Numbers for most sorts of Movements is explained, to the Capacity of the Unlearned, Also, the History of Watch and Clockwork, Both Ancient and Modern With other Useful Matters never before Publish'd'', the second edition enlarged, with additional supplement in the same volume, printed for James Knapton at the Crown in St Paul's Church-yard in 1700, with two musical notations for chimes to the main book (one separate) and two fold out illustration plates to the supplement, with two final pages of advertisements, including prices, of other books printed by Knapton, in contemporary binding (binding af), plus a Russian travelling clock and another.
Category: Books
Estimate: 100 - 200

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Volume appears to be complete as all the catchwords are intact. Also the pagination is correct except for page 13 of the supplement which appears to be erroneously numbered 31. Binding split and separate to front and thus both front cover and endpaper are separate but present. Split to binding at the back. Wear and foxing to the edges of the pages.

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Lot Number: 628
RAPIN DE THOYRAS, PAUL, AND N TINDAL; the first two volumes of The History of England, written in French by Rapin de Thoyras and translated into English by N Tindal, printed by and for John Harrison, Newgate Street, London in 1785 and 1786, illustrated with portrait illustrations, genealogy charts, coinage and medal illustrations etc, the volumes continue up to and including William and Mary, with volume indexes, ex public library, folio size, rebound in cloth bindings.
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Estimate: 80 - 120

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Lot Number: 629
GARNETT, RICHARD; ''The International Library of Famous Literature'', in approximately seventeen volumes, also four volumes of ''Our Own Country, Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial'', issued by Cassell & Co Ltd, and a collection of Charles Dickens books, etc.
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Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 630
BLACKSTONE, WILLIAM; four leatherbound volumes of ''Commentaries on The Loss of England'', the fifth edition, Oxford dated 1773, FRANCIS L CLARK; three volumes of ''The Life of The Most Noble Arthur, Marquis and Earl of Wellington'', three further leatherbound books including A CONAN DOYLE ''The White Company'' (10).
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Estimate: 50 - 80

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Lot Number: 631
A group of 19th and early 20th century Cheshire and Macclesfield related books including ''Seed's Macclesfield and District Directory'', 1910, ''Slater's Chronicles, Lives and Religion in Cheshire'', 1891, ''Memorials of Old Cheshire'', 1910 and ''Kelly's Directory of Cheshire'', 1896.
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Estimate: 50 - 70

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Lot Number: 632
A large quantity of books, the majority 19th century with decorative leather bindings.
Category: Books
Estimate: 60 - 100

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There is a very large quantity and therefore too many to give additional information. We would recommend viewing in person. The lot is too large for us to post.

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Lot Number: 633
A collection of antiquarian books including a volume of Flavius Josephus dated 1676, a further volume dated 1778, a Shakespeare volume dated 1796, Michelin Guide of 1939, an illustrated volume of Goethe poetry dated 1857, a two volume paperback German language set of Mein Kampf in a dust jacket, dated 1937, two profusely illustrated volumes of Old England: a Pictorial Museum by Charles Knight, a Victorian scrapbook etc.
Category: Books
Estimate: 100 - 150

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