16mo, red cloth gilt, g.e., a gutta-percha binding by Westley's with ticket, broken, front pastedown stained, printed at Chiswick Press by Whittingham, woodcut borders drawn by Absolon and printed in colors, McLean, pp. 142 and 143 (illustrated); The Babes in the Wood, 1861, 8vo, red cloth blocked in blind, upper cover gilt, g.e., foxed and finger-soiled, 10 stiff card leaves, color-printed on rectos by William Dickes, McLean, p. 146--HARRILD, THOMAS, chromolithographer. The Resolutions of Mary Christian upon the Day of her Marriage (April 28, 1740), [184-?], 4to, blue cloth gilt, g.e., 7 stiff card leaves, color-printed and with added color--Christian Doctrines from the Words of Our Lord of the Apostles and the Prophets, 1850, 8vo, relievo calf, g.e., rebacked, corners worn, offset, 9 stiff card leaves, linen guards, color-printed borders and vignettes.--AUSTIN, STEPHEN, printer and publisher. Sakoontala; or the lost ring; an Indian drama, translated into English prose and verse...by Monier Williams, Hertford 1855, 4to, calf, g.e., by Root, upper cover detached, page borders, vignette borders and other decorations printed in colors and gold, McLean, pp. 172 and 173--STANESBY, SAMUEL, illuminator. The Floral Gift, [c. 1859], 8vo, green cloth, blocked in blind and gilt, g.e., by W. Bone & Son with ticket, extremities slightly worn, 16 stiff card leaves, illuminated borders printed in gold and colors by Thomas Bessent; Shakespeare's Household Words, [c. 1859], 16mo, red cloth blocked in gilt with an arabesque in green on a white ground, elaborately gilt, g.e., 16 stiff card leaves, illuminated borders printed in gold and colors by Ashbee & Dangerfield, including a frontispiece photograph of a bust of Shakespeare--BOND, A.L. three Gems in One Setting, [c. 1860], 4to, red cloth blocked in blind to an Alhambran design, upper cover gilt with a blue cloth panel, g.e., slight wear, 18 stiff card leaves, illuminated in printed colors, McLean Victorian Publishers' Bookbindings, p. 118--DELAMOTTE, F.G. Mediaeval Alphabets and Initials for Illuminators...with an Introduction by J. Willis Brooks, 1861, 4to, brown cloth, blocked in blind and gilt-lettered, color-printed initials. Mclean 35--LEWIS, E. GOODWYN. Shakespearean Creations...Illuminated by Samuel Stanesby, [c. 1865], 4to, red cloth, upper cover and spine blocked in gilt, lower cover blocked in blind, g.e., 26 stiff card leaves, illuminated borders printed in gold and colors, 13 mounted photographs of portraits by Lewis--FLEET, ESTHER FAITHFULL, illuminator. Te Deum Laudamus...Chromolithographed by M. & N. Hanhart, Victoria Press: Emily Faithfull [1858], 4to, blue cloth gilt, g.e., corners worn, title printed in red, dedication page, 29 color-printed pages on stiff card, 9 pp. descriptive letterpress at end, William E. Fredeman, "Emily Faithfull and the Victoria Press" in The Library, Fifth Series, Vol. 29, no. 2, June 1974, pp. 139-164--ABRAHALL,, Mrs. H.A. HOSKYNS, illuminator. English Minstrelsy, [186-?], 4to, purple cloth gilt, g.e., 13 stiff card leaves including title, illuminated in printed colors--TENNYSON, ALFRED, Lord. Illuminations from the Idylls of the King, [1862], large 4to, black hardgrained morocco gilt, rebacked, worn, front endpapers detached, 9 leaves of lithographed outline by Winsor & Newton, ILLUMINATED BY HAND in colors and gold paint--GATTY, Mrs. ALFRED. Parables from Nature, 1861, [First and Second Series]; Third and Fourth Series, 1865, 2 vols., 8vo, blue and mauve cloth gilt, g.e., illustrations by W. Holman Hunt, John Tenniel, Edward Burne-Jones, Joseph Wolf and others, Fredeman 94.3 and 90.8; Another edition of the four series, 1867, square 8vo, red cloth gilt, g.e., Tenniel illustration detached--PROCTOR, ADELAIDE A., editor. The Victoria Regia, Victoria Press: Emily Faithfull 1861, 8vo, purple cloth, blocked in gilt, g.e. by John Leighton, 56 contributions including first printings by A. Trollope, W.M. Thackeray and others--Lyra Germanica, 1861, 8vo, green and red cloth, gilt-blocked, g.e., illustrations after John Leighton--GOLDSMITH, O. The Poetical Works, [1865], small 8vo, simulated malachite binding of papier maché with modern plain leather spine, g.e.; all London, original bindings except for the second and seventh items. (21) " /> COSTELLO, LOUISA STUART. The Rose Garden of Persia, 1845, <I>8vo, pink paper boards decorated to a Persian design, by Westleys & Clark with their ticket, extremities worn, foxed</I>, printed by Vizetelly Brothers with decoration in red, gold and blue, McLean <I>Victorian Book Design</I>, p. 172--CUNDALL, JOSEPH, <I>publisher</I>. A Booke of Christmas Carols, illuminated from Ancient Manuscripts in the British Museum, 1846, <I>small 8vo, old half calf gilt, extremities worn</I>, PRESENTATION COPY from John Brandard the artist inscribed "Presented to Madame Jallien with the Artist's best respects", color-printed by M. and N. Hanhart with borders by Brandard, type by Charles Whittingham, on thick cards, guarded, McLean, p. 90 (citing an 1845 edition); Songs, Madrigals and Sonnets, 1849, <I>16mo, red cloth gilt, g.e., a gutta-percha binding by Westley's with ticket, broken, front pastedown stained</I>, printed at Chiswick Press by Whittingham, woodcut borders drawn by Absolon and printed in colors, McLean, pp. 142 and 143 (illustrated); The Babes in the Wood, 1861, <I>8vo, red cloth blocked in blind, upper cover gilt, g.e., foxed and finger-soiled</I>, 10 stiff card leaves, color-printed on rectos by William Dickes, McLean, p. 146--HARRILD, THOMAS, <I>chromolithographer</I>. The Resolutions of Mary Christian upon the Day of her Marriage (April 28, 1740), [184-?], <I>4to, blue cloth gilt, g.e.</I>, 7 stiff card leaves, color-printed and with added color--Christian Doctrines from the Words of Our Lord of the Apostles and the Prophets, 1850, <I>8vo, relievo calf, g.e., rebacked, corners worn, offset</I>, 9 stiff card leaves, linen guards, color-printed borders and vignettes.--AUSTIN, STEPHEN, <I>printer and publisher.</I> Sakoontala; or the lost ring; an Indian drama, translated into English prose and verse...by Monier Williams, Hertford 1855, <I>4to, calf, g.e., by Root, upper cover detached</I>, page borders, vignette borders and other decorations printed in colors and gold, McLean, pp. 172 and 173--STANESBY, SAMUEL, <I>illuminator</I>. The Floral Gift, [c. 1859], <I>8vo, green cloth, blocked in blind and gilt, g.e., by W. Bone & Son with ticket, extremities slightly worn</I>, 16 stiff card leaves, illuminated borders printed in gold and colors by Thomas Bessent; Shakespeare's Household Words, [c. 1859], <I>16mo, red cloth blocked in gilt with an arabesque in green on a white ground, elaborately gilt, g.e.</I>, 16 stiff card leaves, illuminated borders printed in gold and colors by Ashbee & Dangerfield, including a frontispiece photograph of a bust of Shakespeare--BOND, A.L. three Gems in One Setting, [c. 1860], <I>4to, red cloth blocked in blind to an Alhambran design, upper cover gilt with a blue cloth panel, g.e., slight wear</I>, 18 stiff card leaves, illuminated in printed colors, McLean <I>Victorian Publishers' Bookbindings</I>, p. 118--DELAMOTTE, F.G. Mediaeval Alphabets and Initials for Illuminators...with an Introduction by J. Willis Brooks, 1861, <I>4to, brown cloth, blocked in blind and gilt-lettered</I>, color-printed initials. Mclean 35--LEWIS, E. GOODWYN. Shakespearean Creations...Illuminated by Samuel Stanesby, [c. 1865], <I>4to, red cloth, upper cover and spine blocked in gilt, lower cover blocked in blind, g.e.</I>, 26 stiff card leaves, illuminated borders printed in gold and colors, 13 mounted photographs of portraits by Lewis--FLEET, ESTHER FAITHFULL, <I>illuminator</I>. Te Deum Laudamus...Chromolithographed by M. & N. Hanhart, Victoria Press: Emily Faithfull [1858], <I>4to, blue cloth gilt, g.e., corners worn</I>, title printed in red, dedication page, 29 color-printed pages on stiff card, 9 pp. descriptive letterpress at end, William E. Fredeman, "Emily Faithfull and the Victoria Press" in <I>The Library</I>, Fifth Series, Vol. 29, no. 2, June 1974, pp. 139-164--ABRAHALL,, <I>Mrs.</I> H.A. HOSKYNS, <I>illuminator</I>. English Minstrelsy, [186-?], <I>4to, purple cloth gilt, g.e., 13 stiff card leaves including title, illuminated in printed colors</I>--TENNYSON, ALFRED, <I>Lord</I>. Illuminations from the Idylls of the King, [1862], <I>large 4to, black hardgrained morocco gilt, rebacked, worn, front endpapers detached</I>, 9 leaves of lithographed outline by Winsor & Newton, ILLUMINATED BY HAND in colors and gold paint--GATTY, <I>Mrs.</I> ALFRED. Parables from Nature, 1861, [First and Second Series]; Third and Fourth Series, 1865, <I>2 vols., 8vo, blue and mauve cloth gilt, g.e.</I>, illustrations by W. Holman Hunt, John Tenniel, Edward Burne-Jones, Joseph Wolf and others, Fredeman 94.3 and 90.8; Another edition of the four series, 1867, <I>square 8vo, red cloth gilt, g.e., Tenniel illustration detached</I>--PROCTOR, ADELAIDE A., <I>editor</I>. The Victoria Regia, Victoria Press: Emily Faithfull 1861, <I>8vo, purple cloth, blocked in gilt, g.e. by John Leighton</I>, 56 contributions including first printings by A. Trollope, W.M. Thackeray and others--Lyra Germanica, 1861, <I>8vo, green and red cloth, gilt-blocked, g.e.</I>, illustrations after John Leighton--GOLDSMITH, O. The Poetical Works, [1865], <I>small 8vo, simulated malachite binding of papier maché with modern plain leather spine, g.e.</I>; <I>all</I> London, <I>original bindings except for the second and seventh items.</I> (21) | Christie's