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Thu Oct 16 17:59:57 2014 UTClccn-n790606140.00With plates faithfully reproduced from the original engravings and the work described by Geoffrey Grigson /0.411.00The Todd Haines collection,50500629n 79060614293642lccn-n79018081Sitwell, Sacheverell1897-1988lccn-n50005253Fisher, James1912-1970lccn-n80019522Blunt, Wilfrid1901-1987lccn-n50024316Stearn, William T.(William Thomas)edtviaf-162694041Wilson, Sabineedtnp-fisher, jamesFisher, Jamesnp-synge, patrick m$patrick millington$1982Synge, Patrick M.(Patrick Millington)-1982lccn-n79018491Grigson, Geoffrey1905-1985lccn-n84168453Thornton, Robert1768?-1837lccn-n79148907Synge, Patrick M.edtBuchanan, HandasydeHistoryPictorial worksBibliographyPoetryBotanical illustrationBotanyZoological illustrationBirdsThornton, Robert John,Illustrated booksArtFlowersFlowers in artOrnithological literatureBirds in artOrnithological illustrationOrnithologyRare booksBotanical literatureBotanical artistsGardensNatural history literatureBiological literaturePlantsCricketNatural history illustrationLinneĢ, Carl von,Auction catalogsLibrariesDe la Mare, RichardMacaulay, Rose,Gould, Gerald,Lancaster, Osbert,Lawlor, Pat,Powell, Anthony,1951195319621972197919811989199010811647500.90222QK98ocn019935246ocn8314035545317ocn004908078book19790.30Buchanan, HandasydeNature into art : a treasury of great natural history booksHistory44018ocn019395921book19530.53Sitwell, SacheverellFine bird books, 1700-1900HistoryBibliographyPictorial works354ocn019935246book19620.27Buchanan, HandasydeGreat cricket matches282ocn029797844book19900.59Sitwell, SacheverellGreat flower books, 1700-1900; a bibliographical record of two centuries of finely-illustrated flower booksHistoryBibliography164ocn220616918book19510.50Thornton, Robert JohnThe temple of FloraPoetryPictorial works101ocn022662377book19900.92Sitwell, SacheverellGreat flower books: 1700-1900History51ocn852108220book1951Thornton, RobertWith plates faithfully reproduced from the original engravings and the work described by Geoffrey Grigson42ocn797838660book1990Sitwell, SacheverellGrandi libri di uccelli : 1700-1900 : i secoli d'oro dell'illustrazione ornitologica21ocn476089805book19900.47Sitwell, SacheverellGreat flower books 1700-1900 : A bibliographical record of two centurie s of finely-illustrated flower books21ocn243903018book19530.10Sitwell, SacheverellFine bird books21ocn878616475book1990Sitwell, SacheverellGrandi libri di fiori 1700-1900 : i secoli d'oro dell'illustrazione botanica11ocn837260576book1981Valuable printed books relating to natural history : including the working library on Arachnida collected by Ernest Browning ... ; [comprising the property of Nancy, Lady Bagot, the property of Ernest Browning Esq., M.B.E., the property of Handasyde Buchanan Esq. and other properties] ; which will be sold by auction ... Monday, 1st June, 1981 ... Tuesday, 7th April, 198111ocn184790490book0.74Buchanan, Emily HandasydeThe four gardens21ocn070919776book19810.92Sotheby Parke Bernet & CoValuable printed books relating to natural history : including the working library on arachnida collected by Ernest Browning11ocn711963245book19810.47Sotheby Parke Bernet & CoModern first editions and presentation copies : including Ariel poems no. 1-8, American edition, limited to 27 copies, 1927; presentation copies of Blunden's The barn, 1916, and The silver bird of Herndyke Mill, 1916; Churchill's Marlborough, 4 vol., limited issue, 1933-38; books from the Corvinus Press; Conan Doyle's Adventures, and memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, 2 vol., 1892-94; and a waistcoat worn by Walter Paget when posing as Sherlock Holmes, 2 vol., 1892-94; a proof copy of the abandoned 4TO printing of Eliot's Ash Wednesday, 1930; presentation copies of Graves' Goliath and David, (1916), Treasure box, (1919) and Country sentiment, 1920; Hemingway's In our time, presentation copy, Paris, 1924; Homer's Odyssey, translated by T.E. Lawrence, 1932; an extensive collection of the works of E.H.W. Meyerstein; Miller's Max and the white phagocytes, presentation copy, Paris, 1938; Anthony Powell's A dance to the music of time, 12 vol., including 9 presentation, 1951-75; Rosenberg's Night and day, (1912), and presentation copies of Youth, 1915 and Moses, 1916; a collection relating to the Spanish Civil War; Sassoon's Memoirs of a fox-hunting man, 1929, with the supressed portrait; presentation copies of Waugh's Wine in peace and war, (1948) and other works, including two specially printed and bound; Wodehouse's A prefect's uncle, 1903; Yeats' The wanderings of Oisin, 1889; and books, Christmas cards, and prints from the Cuala Press : which will be sold by auction by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co. ... day of sale: Wednesday, 22nd July, 198111ocn302275059mix1.00Haines, ToddThe Todd Haines collectionRecords and correspondenceThe Todd Haines collection consists primarily of correspondence and printed material by or about the British author Anthony Dymoke Powell. The original typed signed letters by Powell are addressed to bookseller Handasyde Buchanan, New Zealand author Patrick A. Lawlor, and John Lelliott, an admirer. The Powell-Buchanan correspondence complements the presentation copies from Powell to Buchanan in the Special Collections Research Center. Other Powell material includes page proofs of two of his works, 'Books do furnish a room' (1971) and 'Messengers of day' (1978), and a group of periodical issues containing articles by or about Powell. Included in this latter material are Powell's 'Dinner at the Muleygrubs' in the 'WineMine' (no. 24, winter 1972), his 'The nature of the connoisseur' in 'Sotheby's review' (Oct./Nov. 1990), and an inteview with Powell and symposium on his work in 'Summary' (Autumn 1970), the cover of which has a caricature of Powell by Sir Osbert Lancaster. The collection also includes two autograph letters from Dame Rose Macaulay to author Gerald Gould, a typed manuscript by Macaulay entitled 'On obeying orders', as well as an original signed cartoon by Sir Osbert Lancaster. Among the unrelated miscellaneous items completing the collection is a mourning envelope containing dried leaves and inscribed "These leaves were on Lincoln's coffin and were given to me by Col. O'Neil at Indianapolis. Mary E. H. Conover."Thu Oct 16 15:54:43 EDT 2014batch11245