Antiquarian books for sale

We have a number of antiquarian books which are in poor condition but may be of interest to someone. If you are interested we are next open tomorrow Saturday 3 October from 10am until 1pm or Friday 9th October 10am to 2pm.

Quarterly Review. Published by John Murray, Albemarle Street., London.

Quarterly review (1 of 1)

These are in poor condition. Recommended price £5 per volume

1809 aug – Nov
1812 March- June (fair condition)
1815 April – July (fair condition)
1815 Oct- Jan 1816
1816 April -July
1817 March -August (fair condition)
1823 April – July
1823-4 October -Jan. Two copies, (one in fair condition)
1824-5 Dec-March
1825 June- Oct.
1826 June-Sept
1828 Jan- March
1835-36 Dec-Feb
1835 July -Sept
1836 April – July
1837 Feb – April (fair condition)

These volumes are in poor condition.
Recommended price £5 per volume

Edinburgh Review May – Aug 1811
Edinburgh Review March 1817-Aug 1817
Edinburgh Review June-Nov 1822
Edinburgh Review May 1823
Edinburgh Review Oct 1823-Jan 1824

Odd volume:
Recommended price £3
Letters of Samuel Johnson ed Birkbeck Hill Vol 2, 1892.
Lowndes’s Bibliographer’s Manual of English Literature. Set of 6 vols, Bell and Daldy, London, 1869.
Black leather spines
Fair condition.
Recommended price £50

Wades Biography etc  (1 of 1)

Biographers manual (1 of 1)

About Carol Henshaw

I am a retired medic & academic who volunteers in this bookshop. I love books, travelling, photography, painting and printing, all sorts of music (choral singing now & hope to take up the saxophone), gardening and natural history, arts & crafts, hanging out with old friends and making new ones.
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