Fine Books and Manuscripts

Fine Books and Manuscripts

Fine Books and Manuscripts

Overview
127 results sorted by Lot number (low to high)

127 results sorted by

Lot number (low to high)

[Austen, Jane] — Isaac D'Israeli | Jane Austen's copy of Curiosities of Literature

1001 [Austen, Jane] — Isaac D'Israeli | Jane Austen's copy of Curiosities of Literature

[Austen, Jane] | A handsome first edition in boards of the author's debut novel

1002 [Austen, Jane] | A handsome first edition in boards of the author's debut novel

[Austen, Jane] | "It is a truth universally acknowledged..."

1003 [Austen, Jane] | "It is a truth universally acknowledged..."

[Austen, Jane] | Mansfield Park, the first edition in original boards — a rare survival

1004 [Austen, Jane] | Mansfield Park, the first edition in original boards — a rare survival

[Austen, Jane] | Emma—Lady Guilford's copy of this "perfect" novel in the original boards

1005 [Austen, Jane] | Emma—Lady Guilford's copy of this "perfect" novel in the original boards

Austen, Jane | The author's posthumous final novels

1006 Austen, Jane | The author's posthumous final novels

Blackmore, R.D. | Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor, the first edition

1007 Blackmore, R.D. | Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor, the first edition

[Brontë, Emily, and Ann Brontë] — Ellis Bell and Acton Bell | An outstanding survival of the sisters' debut novels

1008 [Brontë, Emily, and Ann Brontë] — Ellis Bell and Acton Bell | An outstanding survival of the sisters' debut novels

Brontë, Anne | The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, the author's second and final novel

1009 Brontë, Anne | The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, the author's second and final novel

Brontë, Charlotte | "I am no bird; and no net ensnares me..."

1010 Brontë, Charlotte | "I am no bird; and no net ensnares me..."

Brontë, Charlotte | The author's third novel, the last published in her lifetime

1011 Brontë, Charlotte | The author's third novel, the last published in her lifetime

Brontë, Charlotte | The Professor, the author's first novel, published posthumously

1012 Brontë, Charlotte | The Professor, the author's first novel, published posthumously

Collins, Wilkie | The trailblazer of British detective fiction

1013 Collins, Wilkie | The trailblazer of British detective fiction

Dickens, Charles | "Please, sir, I want some more."

1014 Dickens, Charles | "Please, sir, I want some more."

Dickens, Charles | The Christmas Books in their original cloth

1015 Dickens, Charles | The Christmas Books in their original cloth

Dickens, Charles | David Copperfield, first edition in book form

1016 Dickens, Charles | David Copperfield, first edition in book form

Dickens, Charles | Little Dorrit, first edition in book form

1017 Dickens, Charles | Little Dorrit, first edition in book form

Dickens, Charles | "I called myself Pip, and came to be called Pip."

1018 Dickens, Charles | "I called myself Pip, and came to be called Pip."

Doyle, Arthur Conan | A truly exceptional pair of the Memoirs and Adventures

1019 Doyle, Arthur Conan | A truly exceptional pair of the Memoirs and Adventures

Doyle, Arthur Conan | The Hound of Baskervilles; perhaps the best-loved crime story

1020 Doyle, Arthur Conan | The Hound of Baskervilles; perhaps the best-loved crime story

Doyle, Arthur Conan | Sherlock Holmes returns, the first edition

1021 Doyle, Arthur Conan | Sherlock Holmes returns, the first edition

Doyle, Arthur Conan | The Valley of Fear, a fine, bright copy

1022 Doyle, Arthur Conan | The Valley of Fear, a fine, bright copy

Doyle, Arthur Conan | His Last Bow, the penultimate collection of Holmes stories

1023 Doyle, Arthur Conan | His Last Bow, the penultimate collection of Holmes stories

Eliot, George | The author's debut novel

1024 Eliot, George | The author's debut novel

Eliot, George | The first work published with Eliot's identity revealed

1025 Eliot, George | The first work published with Eliot's identity revealed

Eliot, George | Silas Marner, the author's third novel

1026 Eliot, George | Silas Marner, the author's third novel

Eliot, George | Felix Holt. The Radical, a fine copy

1027 Eliot, George | Felix Holt. The Radical, a fine copy

Eliot, George | The author's magnum opus

1028 Eliot, George | The author's magnum opus

Falkner, J. Meade | The Lost Stradivarius, first edition of the popular ghost tale

1029 Falkner, J. Meade | The Lost Stradivarius, first edition of the popular ghost tale

Gaskell, Elizabeth | The Moorland Cottage, her second published work

1030 Gaskell, Elizabeth | The Moorland Cottage, her second published work

Hardy, Thomas | The first work to bear Hardy's name

1031 Hardy, Thomas | The first work to bear Hardy's name

Hardy, Thomas | “Why is it that a woman can see from a distance what a man cannot see close?”

1032 Hardy, Thomas | “Why is it that a woman can see from a distance what a man cannot see close?”

Hardy, Thomas | A Group of Noble Dames, signed by the author

1033 Hardy, Thomas | A Group of Noble Dames, signed by the author

Hardy, Thomas | Tess of the d'Urbervilles, an exceptionally fine copy

1034 Hardy, Thomas | Tess of the d'Urbervilles, an exceptionally fine copy

James, Henry | The Portrait of a Lady, the author's enduring and best-loved tale

1035 James, Henry | The Portrait of a Lady, the author's enduring and best-loved tale

Reade, Charles | The Cloister and the Hearth, the first edition of this historical novel

1036 Reade, Charles | The Cloister and the Hearth, the first edition of this historical novel

Reid, Thomas Mayne | The first edition of No Quarter!

1037 Reid, Thomas Mayne | The first edition of No Quarter!

Thackeray, William Makepeace | Vanity Fair, Thackeray's satirical masterwork

1038 Thackeray, William Makepeace | Vanity Fair, Thackeray's satirical masterwork

Trollope, Anthony | The novel that popularised the Chronicles of Barsetshire series

1039 Trollope, Anthony | The novel that popularised the Chronicles of Barsetshire series

Trollope, Anthony | The Claverings, a fine copy

1040 Trollope, Anthony | The Claverings, a fine copy

Trollope, Anthony | Castle Richmond, the first edition

1041 Trollope, Anthony | Castle Richmond, the first edition

Trollope, Anthony | Framley Parsonage, the fourth in the Barsetshire series

1042 Trollope, Anthony | Framley Parsonage, the fourth in the Barsetshire series

Trollope, Anthony | Orley Farm, the author's favourite of his novels

1043 Trollope, Anthony | Orley Farm, the author's favourite of his novels

Trollope, Anthony | A remarkable association copy inscribed by Effie C. Millais (née Gray)

1044 Trollope, Anthony | A remarkable association copy inscribed by Effie C. Millais (née Gray)

Trollope, Anthony | Miss Mackenzie, the first edition

1045 Trollope, Anthony | Miss Mackenzie, the first edition

Trollope, Anthony | The final book in the Chronicles of Barsetshire series, Trollope's "best novel"

1046 Trollope, Anthony | The final book in the Chronicles of Barsetshire series, Trollope's "best novel"

Trollope, Anthony | Ralph the Heir, Sadleir's copy

1047 Trollope, Anthony | Ralph the Heir, Sadleir's copy

Trollope, Anthony | The Way We Live Now, the first edition

1048 Trollope, Anthony | The Way We Live Now, the first edition