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- GAVIN STAMP CATALOGUE 16
- GARDEN HISTORY
In the UK the autumn always kicks off with a series of Conferences and this year is no exception. In the garden history world there is a buzz about Humphry Repton as it is two hundred years since his death. Having produced last year a special list around Capability Brown, this year we have avoided a themed list on Repton and his contemporaries but hope you will find this list of interest.
- Occasional List 2: Books from Stock on Architecture, Town and Country Planning, Design etc
- Occasional List One - Recent Acquisitions
Our previous list no 100 marked a hundred printed catalogues since I established the business in 1996. We plan to continue with these lists but alongside them are going to send out occasional e lists of recent acquisitions with about 40 or 50 titles on each reflecting the books we are offered in the business. This is the first such list and comprises books we spotted in London, at the Book Fairs along side some titles privately acquired. Occasional List One 2018
- ABA RARE BOOK FAIR LONDON - Taster List
- URBAN SPACE AND SHELTER LIST 100
- PARKS AND GARDENS A SHORT LIST
- CHRISTMAS GIFT LIST - NEW BOOKS, BITS AND BOBS
This is a selection of new books, calendars and bits and bobs for Christmas presents 2017. All items can be gift wrapped and sent out post free within the UK. Overseas buyers, sorry but post is extra.
- TRADITIONAL BUILDING SKILLS - CATALOGUE 18
This catalogue focuses on traditional building techniques including stonework, woodwork and decoration. The books comprise a single library of books from a long established York building firm.
- GARDEN CITIES HAND LIST 97
This list of titles concerns garden cities and suburbs and was almost all printed in the heyday of the movement which aimed to improve domestic housing conditions in the UK at the turn of the 19th and in the early 20th century. We hope you find something of interest.