Category: Ephemera


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THE SUNDAY WATER PARTY: with some account of the Club at the Oak; of the Trip to Richmond, and the melancholy disaster which befell the party on their return home, whereby the whole were drowned.

By: Anon.

Price: £40.00

Publisher: Nottingham, C.Sutton for the Flying Stationer's: 1810

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: Pa743

8pp. Single printed sheet uncut but folded making pages 18x10cms. A very scarce 'Christian' poem. ND but Cambridge Univ. copy listed as 'c1810'. Title-page with a attractive ship woodcut above the printers imprint. Small ship woodcut vignette to the foot of the text p8. Fore-edge and lower corner a trifle damp stained otherwise a nice and rare edition of a scarce tract. Several other imprints were made throughout the Victorian era but all scarce. View more info


By: Browne, Edward

Price: £65.00

Publisher: Sunderland, H. Burnett,Cornonation Street: 1842

Edition: 2nd edition

Seller ID: Pa100

23 [i]pp. Fine tissue-guarded frontis. plate of Edward Brownes Mansion [dated 1841]. Attractive vignette of a sun-dial at Browne's house as a tailpiece p23. The building was used for many years as the Custom House for the Port of Sunderland. Original pale yellow wrappers. View more info

VOTE FOR N.G. CLAYTON [Electoral Ephemera]

By: Clayton, Nath. Geo

Price: £40.00

Publisher: Newcastle, Journal Printing Works: 1892

Edition: Original 1st Edition

Seller ID: Pa221

A folding election leaflet printed on thick card with a fine colour illustration to the front.N.G. Clayton was the Conservative candidate in the 1892 general election for the seat of Hexham in Northumberland, He won with a tiny majority of 82, however it was declared void on petition because of corruption by his agents including impersonation, and was re-run in 1893 which the Conservatives lost. This electional card is highly decorative and is folding with an address to ... View more info

Dickens Fellowship Application Slip 1903

By: Dicken Fellowship

Price: £10.00

Publisher: London, Dickens Fellowship: 1903

Edition: Original issue

Seller ID: Pa308

A single application form for membership of the Dickens Fellowship was formed in 1902. This piece of original ephemera printed on pink paper is an unused original example in mint condition.21.5 x 8.5 cms. View more info

THE DICKENS EXHIBITION Organised By The Dickens Fellowship

By: Kitton, F.G.

Price: £300.00

Publisher: London, The Dickens Fellowship: 1903

Edition: original edition

Seller ID: Pa303

66pp. 22cms. Oringal printed papaer wrapper. Catalogue compliled and edited by F.G. Kitton, A scarce item 3 copies found in Copac and 26 WorldCat. Loosely enclosed are 2 subscription blank application pink slips to joint the Dickens Fellowship and 2 folded printed handbills for the Grand Theartre Islington productions of Little Nell and Oliver Twist dated 2 and 9th of April 1903. [both fine with red titles and printed on thick paper]. Aslo a handbill for the Dickens Exhi... View more info

DR AHN's FIRST FRENCH COURSE being a new practical and easy method of learning the French language

By: Poclet, J.J.B.

Price: £25.00

Publisher: London, T.J. Allman, 464 Oxford Street: 1869

Edition: New Edition

Seller ID: Pa209

iv,5-121[i]pp.Attractive mid-Victorian cloth binding with raised titles and decoration on both boards. A trifel justy but a nice copy. Beautiful blue printed end-papers with book adverts. for the publisher. View more info


By: Sheardown, W.

Price: £85.00

Publisher: Doncaster, Hartley & Son: 1872

Edition: privately printed

Seller ID: Pa165

7pp. Original plain orange paper wrappers with hand-written titles dated 1872. Near fine. A short pamphlet addressed to the editor of the Doncaster Chronicle detailing the history of the gambling rooms in Doncaster as a consequent of a 1871. Only one copy in Copac. [which mentions the Doncaster Chronicle[?] not the Gazette. View more info