Five Original Paintings by Charles Brock for a Children's Book
Agatha Christie, Peril at End House
Rudolf Erich Raspe, The Surprising Travels and Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Bound with; A Sequel to the Travels and Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Elsie J. Oxenham, The Testing of the Torment
Picture Crimes, No. 1, June 1937, David McKay Publications
P. G. Wodehouse, William Tell Told Again, A & C Black 1904
P. G. Wodehouse, Signed, Typed Letter in Original Envelope, Together with Funeral Service Card
P. G. Wodehouse, Jeeves Omnibus
C. E. Brock, Original Illustration titled "The Atlas Brigade answering a call", painted for Alfred Yeo's "Atlas Reminiscent", which was published by Dent in 1908
Watercolour on artist's board, showing a horse drawn fire engine, signed and dated lower right and titled in cartouche below. Measures 37.5 x 26.5cm (14.75 x 10.5 inches).
P. G. Wodehouse, The Intrusion of Jimmy
First USA Edition, First Printing 1910, Published by W. J. Watt, New York
Signed, inscribed and dated (May 16. 1910) by Wodehouse to the front free end paper. The book is complete with frontispiece, tissue-guard and all four illustrations as issued. Book Condition: The boards are rubbed, it is frayed to the bottom corner of the spine, the spine lettering is dull, the front hinge paper is splitting but holding fine, there is occasional foxing to the pages.
Elsie J. Oxenham, Original Painting By Percy Tarrant
P. G. Wodehouse, Original Christmas Card from Wodehouse to His biographer and bibliographer David A. Jasen
Original Video Sleeve for Jeeves and Wooster, Series One, Signed by both Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry.
Original Video Sleeve for Jeeves and Wooster, Series Two, Signed by both Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry.
P. G. Wodehouse, "The White Feather"
Early Reprint, 1914, Publshed by Adam & Charles Black
Similar format to the first edition. Original pictorial brown cloth, 284 printed pages complete with all 12 illustrations correct as list. Bumped to the spine ends, the picture to the front board and spine is quite rubbed (as usual), gift inscription to the front pastedown, scattered foxing mainly to the fore edge and first and last few pages, otherwise tidy.
P. G. Wodehouse, "The Gold Bat"
Elsie J. Oxenham, "Rosaly's New School"