British Travel and Topography

Corbet Anderson, J. Antiquities of Croydon Church, Destroyed by Fire, January 5th, 1867.

Small 4to. (25.5x17.5cm), (iv) + 84 pages + 8 pages of adverts all of local Croydon businesses + 10 full page plates and many other illustrations within the text. A few spots of foxing, the brown endpapers a little faded. Bound in the original red cloth binding, the title etc. in gilt on the front cover. The cover somewhat marked, rubbed on the corners, the spine worn and frayed at the top and bottom, the cloth split on the front hinge for most of its length and the cloth on the rear hinge split for about 6cm.

Price: £80.00

West, Thomas The Antiquities of Furness

The Antiquities of Furness, Thomas West

Ulverston, George Ashburner, 1805
A new edition with additions by William Close. 8vo. (21x12.5cm), xxiv+426 pages + index and seven plates. The title page rather browned and light browning and slight creasing to some pages. Bound in brown leather, the front cover nearly detached, the spine very worn with a piece of leather missing at the bottom of the spine (1.5x1.5cm). £85

Price: £85.00

Survey of London Vol. 20 Trafalgar Sq. and Neighbourhood, 100+ illustrations

Survey of London Volume 20
Original Wrappers

Gator, Sir George and F.R. Hiorns

Survey of London Vol. XX Trafalgar Square and Neighbourhood (Parish of St. Martins-In-The-Fields, Part III)

  A scarce volume from this iconic study of London that surveys the very heart of this wonderful city.  With over a hundred pages of illustrations and three beautiful colour prints it will delight anyone who loves the history of our capital.
  Published by London County Council in 1940.
  Number 679 of an edition of 700 copies, as noted on the last of the text pages.    
  30x23cm.  Xxii + 147 pages text + 110 pages illustrations + 3 colour illustrations.

Price: £60.00