Each year our exhibitors bring rare, beautiful and unusual items for sale.

This year is now exception. Leading up to the fair new highlights will be added by our exhibitors every day. These are just a sample of the wide range of printed materials that will be available at the fair.

Please browse the highlights. They are all for sale. If you find something interesting, please contact the exhibitor, it might just be yours!

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Fleming (Ian) FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE. Pp. 254(last blank); cr. 8vo; black boards, lettered and decorated in silver & red, bottom fore-corner of upper board lightly bruised; dust wrapper, slightly soiled, edges lightly worn, with small chips to flap fold extremities and small pieces torn from head and foot of backstrip; Cape, London, 1957. First edition, first impression, Binding A. Gilbert A5a(1.1).*The fifth Bond book, and the first to carry a Richard Chopping dust wrapper. $3,500.00
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The Doors of Perception
HUXLEY, Aldous. The Doors of Perception London: Chatto and Windus, 1954. First U.K. Edition. Hardcover : pp. [4] 5-62 [64] : blue cloth boards lettered in gilt to spine : price clipped jacket designed by John Woodcock. Small closed tear (5mm) to head of top cover; price clipped; some offsetting to the e.p.s; some foxing to the edges of the block. Very good in very good dust-jacket. Huxley's controversial essay based on his psychedelic mescalin experience. (14319)
[45190] The New Naturalist [volumes 1-139] with all New Naturalist Monographs.
The 'New Naturalist' series has been continuously published since the first volume in 1945. Subjects are primarily British and most of the contributing authors are the leaders in their specialised fields. Apart from high quality texts, New Naturalists are distinguished by the original dustwrapper designs of Clifford and Rosemary Ellis, with the style being continued by other artists such as Robert Gilmour. Print runs are usually small and many volumes are highly collectable. New Naturalists can be best described as the 'modern firsts' of natural history book collecting.
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South. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917
Shackleton, Sir Ernest. South. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917. London: William Heinemann, 1920. 4to. original blue cloth with pictorial design & lettering in silver; pp. xxii (last blank), 376, index, with numerous illustrations & a folding map. A very good copy, uncommon in such clean and bright condition. The fourth impression published in March 1920, three months after the first issue, and printed on superior quality paper stock. A small collection of newspaper articles regarding Shackleton are loosely enclosed.