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1 (GENEALOGY) ANON. Chronicles of the Family. The Family of ... Anno Domini.
O. Anacker, London. N.d. 
Quarto. Bound in beige buckram, gilt to upper board. Top edge gilt. The family name and history is completely blank and would make an ideal gift. The boards are slightly soiled, the endpapers very lightly browned and some very occasional light foxing throughout. VG+. 38740 
Price: 150.00 GBP
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2 BOUTELL, Charles. Heraldry, Historical and Popular. With nine hundred and seventy-five illustrations. Third edition, revised and enlarged.
Richard Bentley, London. 1864 
Third edition. Rebound with new red cloth backstrip and new end-papers; red cloth boards, gilt St George to upper board. 547pp. Index. Extremities of boards rubbed. VG- 46619 
Price: 25.00 GBP
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3 BOUTELL. Heraldry. Revised by C.W. Scott-Giles. With 28 plates in colour and numerous text figures.
Frederick Warne and Co. London. 1958 
Revised edition. Full dark blue cushioned calf with bevelled edges and rounded corners, gilt to spine. All page edges and end-papers marbled. 316pp. A few light scuff marks to spine; as lovely copy. VG 46617 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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4 BURKE, John and John Bernard BURKE. A General Armory of England, Scotland and Ireland.
Edward Churton. London. 1842 
First edition. Very large thick 8vo. Contents include Corrrections, Dictionary of Heraldry, Dictionary of Terms used in Heraldry, Abbreviations, The Royal Armory and The General Armory. Extra title page, beautifully illuminated and coloured. Examples of coats of arms. Original brown cloth gilt, decorated in blind to boards. Cloth frayed along lower joint and to top of upper joint. Spine sl. knocked and worn at head and tail. Some browning to pages o/w VG. 47050 
Price: 50.00 GBP
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5 BURKE, John and John Bernard BURKE. Heraldic Illustrations, Comprising the Armorial Bearings of the Principle Families of the Empire; With Pedigrees and Annotations.
E. Churton, London. 1844 
First edition. Large 8vo. Large engraved frontis.displaying arms of Prince Albert + 53 engraved plates of coats of arms. These plates are very intricate and detailed. Each has a tissue guard and two to four pages of accompanying text. Sympathetically rebound in red cloth with most of original red cloth gilt spine laid down, new black endpapers. Pages sl. browned and foxed o/w a sound copy. 47098 
Price: 40.00 GBP
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6 CRISP, Frederick Arthur. Visitation of England and Wales. Edited by Crisp. Volume 12. (SIGNED).
Privately Printed. 1904 
First edition. Limited to 500 copies this being number 41, SIGNED by Crisp. Large 4to. Pages uncut. [vi], 210, lxi pp. Quarter vellum with faint tape marks along top half of spine which is partially split at upper joint and lacks small portion at head of spine. Vellum soiled, contents clean and sound. VG+. Book concerns family histories, family trees and coats of arms of eminent families with large addition and correction section to rear. 41848 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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7 CUSSANS, John E. The Grammar of Heraldry: A Description of all the Principal Charges used in Armory, The signification of Heraldic terms, and the rules to be observed in Blazoning and Marshalling; together with the Armorial Bearings of all the Landed Gentry in England prior to the Sixteenth Century.
Longman's Green and Co., London. 1866 
x, 100pp. + [32]pp. of publisher's ads. at rear. Small slim 8vo. Illustrated with 196 engravings. Orig. red cloth, gilt extra. Head of spine frayed, extremities rubbed, boards soiled. Some pages uncut, pages browned with some occasional foxing throughout o/w contents clean sound. 27126 
Price: 60.00 GBP
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8 FOX-DAVIES, Arthur Charles. A Complete Guide to Heraldry. By... of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-At-Law. Illustrated by Nearly 800 Designs, Mainly From Drawings By Graham Johnston Herald Painter to the Lyon Court.
Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd. London. 1951 
Reprint. Original blue boards, with blue and brown decoration to spine and upper board. B/w illustrations and line drawings within text throughout. 647pp including index. Extremities bumped lower corner slightly frayed. Some soiling to boards and spine browned. Top-edge gilt, fore-edges foxed, end pages slightly foxed but o/w contents clean and sound. VG. 38257 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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9 HACKINNON, Charles, of Dunakin. The Observer's Book of Heraldry.
Frederick Warne and Co. London. 1975 
Second reprint. DW. 12 plates col., 118 line drawings. VG/VG. 19702 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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10 HITCHING, F. K. and S. References to English Surnames in 1601. An index giving about 19,6050 references to surnames contained in printed registers of 778 English parishes during the first year of the XVIIth century.
Chas. A. Bernau, Walton-on-Thames. 1910 
First edition. Blue cloth, gilt type to spine and upper board. 70pp incl. index + publisher's ads. Extremities sl. rubbed. VG 46621 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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11 LODGE, Edmund. The Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire as at Present Existing. Arranged and Printed from the Personal Communications of the Nobility. Under the Gracious Patronage of The Queen's Most excellent Majesty. With Arms of the Peers. Sixty-Eighth Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Hurst and Blackett Limited. London. 1899 
68th edition. Very large 8vo. xlix, 1077pp. + 24 + [2]pp. adverts. Illustrated with coats of arms in text and adverts have photographs and engravings. Original decorated red cloth gilt. Spine very sunned, torn and knocked but is complete and repaired. Boards bright with some wear to corners, all edges gilt. Adverts to yellow endpapers. Contents clean and sound. VG. 48225 
Price: 35.00 GBP
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12 MOULE, Thomas. Heraldry of Fish. Notices of the Principal Families Bearing Fish in their Arms.
John Van Voorst, London. 1842 
xv, 250pp. Rebound in green cloth, gilt. New endpapers. Ex-library, usual stamps present, library numbering to copyright page, and near tail of spine. Extremities rubbed and worn. Bookplate to front pastedown, o/w contents clean and fresh. 29927 
Price: 50.00 GBP
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13 OBE. Statutes of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire 1954.
HMSO. London. 1954 
First edition. Large slim 4to paperback booklet with 7 full page photographic plates, printed on one side of page only, of the awards. Grey covers, sl. soiled, with pink upper panel printed in gold. 46409 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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14 PLANCHÉ, J. R. The Pursuivant of Arms, or Heraldry Founded Upon Facts; by...
W.N.Wright, London. 1852 
xi, 207pp. Slim 8vo. Illustrated throughout with over 200 wood-cuts. Bound in half red morocco, gilt, raised bands to spine. Boards rubbed, lacking very small portions leather near bottom margins. Inscript. to free endpaper, some occasional foxing throughout. Contents clean and sound. 26768 
Price: 30.00 GBP
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15 TEARLE, John L. Tearle. A Bedfordshire Surname.
Lillydown House, Sherborne St. John, Hampshire. 2005 
Second edition. Paperback. PRESENTATION copy from the author "To Alan and Margarite with love John Christmas 2006". Loosely inserted is a handwritten note from John Tearle on the back of a review sheet and 2 typed pages. The book appears to have been unread with no creases to spine, corners are slightly worn. Nr. Fine. ISBN 0952813157. 41613 
Price: 60.00 GBP
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16 WOODFORD, James. Heraldic Sculpture. Illustrated by the work of James Woodford, with an Essay on Heraldry in English Sculpture by Harold Priestley.
The Boydell Press, Suffolk. 1973 
Special Edition No 123.SIGNED AND DATED BY JAMES WOODFORD on title page. Original half red calf boards with gilt to red cloth. Colour frontis and b/w illustrations throughout. Corners slightly bumped but o/w contents clean and fresh. A lovely copy. VG. 38258 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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17 [GORDON, Major Lawrence L.] British Orders and Awards. A Description of all Orders, Decorations, Long Service, Coronation, Jubilee and Commemoration Medals, together with Historical Details concerning Knighthood, Service Ranks and Similar Information.
Kaye and Ward. London. 1968 
Second revised edition. DW. Head of spine rubbed. Wrapper slightly worn and creased at extremities o/w VG+/VG. ISBN 718207661. 26938 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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