Books and Works on Paper, including Fine Photographs | 14 December 2017

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Ravilious (Eric).- - Suckling (Sir John) A Ballad upon a Wedding,

Sold for £500

Est: £600–800

Ravilious (Eric).-

Suckling (Sir John) A Ballad upon a Wedding,

one of 375 copies , wood-engraved illustrations by Eric Ravilious, original cloth-backed batik boards, uncut and unopened, original printed dust-jacket, The Golden Cockerel Press , 1927 § Smith (Aaron) The Atrocities of the Pirates, one of 500 copies , engravings by Eric Ravilious, original cloth backed boards, The Golden Cockerel Press , 1929 §Armstrong (Martin) Desert, A Legend, number 86 of 100 copies signed by the author , woodcuts by Eric Ravilious, original green buckram, original decorated dust-jacket , 19296


§ Mais (S.P.B.) Charles Graves and D.I.Fraser Harris, Thrice Welcome, first edition , engravings by Eric Ravilious, folding map, original wrapper over boards, Southern Railway of England, 1935 § Armstrong (Martin) 54 Conceits, engravings by Eric Ravilious, original cloth backed boards, slightly faded , 1933 § Archer (Caroline) and Robert Harling. The St. Bride Notebook, number 88 of 200 copies , produced on the centenary of the birth of Eric Ravilious, original cloth backed boards, Incline Press , 2003 § Powers (Alan) & Russell (James) The Story of the High Street, one of 750 copies, illustrations by Eric Ravilious, original cloth, slipcase, The Mainstone Press, Sparham, Norwich , 2008 together with 9 others illustrated by Eric Ravilious, v.s . (16)

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