BROTHERS GRIMM. Household Stories, London: Macmillan & Co., 1882. 8°, frontispiece, title and plates by Walter Crane (light spotting mainly to endpapers, short marginal tear to one leaf, hinges slightly cracking), original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt (lightly rubbed), partly unopened.
HAWTHORNE, Nathaniel. The Scarlet Letter, New York: Random House, 1928. 8°, wood-engraved title and illustrations by Valenti Angelo (one or two light spots), contemporary half orange morocco, spine lettered in gilt (rubbing to extremities). NO. 610 OF 980 COPIES.
LAWRENCE, David Herbert. The Plumed Serpent, London: Martin Secker, 1926. 8°, original brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt (head and tale of spine slightly rubbed and bumped). FIRST EDITION. Roberts A33.
DUC DE ROQUELAURE. The Secret Memoirs, [privately printed:] 1896-7. 4 volumes, 8°, original vellum gilt (head and tail of spines rubbed and bumped), bookplate of Hall of Otterburn, Northumberland.
With 21 other works in 23 volumes including John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress (London, 1816), Percy E. Newberry's Scarabs (London, 1906), J. Alfred Gotch's The English Home From Charles I to George IV (London, ) and Roger Upton's Newmarket & Arabia (London, 1873). (30)