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Trinders’ Fine Tools
CAMERAS AND PHOTOGRAPHY
B1830) Rogliatti, G.
LEICA THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS. Enlarged and Revised 2nd. Edition, 1977. 8
1/2" x 5 3/4", 171 pages, 152 black and white illustrations. Totally
comprehensive, covers all Leica models made for the fifty years since 1925,
including information on lenses; 50th Anniversary Cameras, Military Models and
Special and Experimental Models. List of serial numbers up to 1970, lens
numbers, alphabetic list of code words. Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 37.50 /
B1831) Rogliatti, G.
LEICA THE FIRST SIXTY YEARS. 1989. 8 1/2" x 5 3/4", 224 pages,
well illustrated in black and white and colour. Totally comprehensive, covers
all Leica models made for the sixty years since 1925, including information on
lenses; Limited Edition Anniversary and Commemorative Cameras, Wartime and
Military Cameras and Special Purpose and Experimental Models. List of serial
numbers up to 1981, lens numbers, alphabetic list of code words. Hb in dw, near
fine. US$ 37.50 /
B1832) Rogliatti, G.
LEICA & LEICAFLEX LENSES. 1978. 8 1/2" x 5 3/4", 156
pages, 170 black and white illustrations, 100 diagrams, 8 pages lens
productions tables. The definitive publication on Leitz Lenses giving detailed
information in respect of the Leica and Leicaflex Lenses manufactured to date
[of publication]. Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 45.00 /
B1834) Bower, Brian.
LEICA REFLEX PHOTOGRAPHY. 1991. 11 3/4" x 8 7/8", 152 pages,
well illustrated in black and white and colour. The definitive work for Leica
reflex camera owners. Much information on cameras, lenses and accessories, also
on technical matters such as exposure, choice of film and close-up techniques.
Includes valuable chapter on buying equipment second-hand. Useful Appendices
and tables. Bibliography. Hb in dw, fine. US$ 27.00 /
Peter. CANON RANGEFINDER CAMERAS 1933-68. 1989. 8 1/2" x 5
3/4", 208 pages, many black and white illustrations. Describes and
illustrates all the Canon camera models made to the last of the rangefinder
Canons in 1968. Unravels the complexity of Canon model designations, traces the
development of the various models. Chapters are also devoted to the lenses. Hb
in dw, fine. US$ 45.00 /
B871) Karp, Abraham J.
FROM THE ENDS OF THE EARTH. Judaic Treasures of the Library of Congress [one of
the world's finest collections]. 1991. 12 1/4" x 9 1/4", 376 pages,
over 300 colour and black and white photographs. Hb in dw, near fine, except
for discrete remainder mark on lower edge. Out of print. US$ 52.50 /
B862) White, Benjamin.
THE CURRENCY OF THE GREAT WAR. 1921. 9 ½” x 6 1/4", 104
pages, many black and white illustrations. Inscribed 'With the Author's
Compliments'. Published by Waterlow and Sons Ltd, Banknote Printers of the
time. Hb, slightly bumped at corners, very slightly sprung, but essentially a
fine copy. US$ 72.00 /
B879) Smith, Stewart.
RETRIEVERS and How to Break Them for Sport and Field Trials. 3rd. edition, no date - 1930's? 6 1/2" x 4
1/8", 62 pages, + advertisement page. Original green cloth, surface
slightly worn, particularly on the rear board; otherwise a very good copy. US$
B881) Scrutator. LETTERS
ON THE MANAGEMENT OF HOUNDS. 1852. 9" x 5 5/8", xii + 336 pages,
folding plan of kennels (edges frayed). Original red ribbed cloth boards, with
title and graphic illustration of a fleeing fox embossed in gold on upper
board. Spine somewhat darkened, 3/4" split at lower edge, app 1/8"
lost at upper and lower spine, corners bumped. Otherwise a good copy of a
scarce title. US$ 112.5 /
B690) Kaiser, Joachim.
WHO'S WHO IN MOZART'S OPERAS From Alfonso to Zerlina. 1986. 9 1/2" x 6
3/8". Hb in dw, pencil inscription, label 'Reference Only' on front free
end-paper. US$ 22.50 /
B807) Venable, Charles
L. SILVER IN
B721) Hancox, Joy. THE
BYROM COLLECTION. 1992. 9 7/8" x 7 1/4", 320 pages, illustrated in
black and white and colour. Hb in dw, near fine. US$ 24.00 /
B711) Eaton, Faith.
CLASSIC DOLLS' HOUSES. 1997. 10" x 10 1/4", 167 pages, over 100
specially commissioned photographs in colour and black and white. Soft covers,
near fine. US$ 14.25 /
B771) Mitcham, Terry. THE BIRDS OF RUTLAND AND ITS RESERVOIRS Copy number 716 of an edition of 800
numbered copies; 1984. 9 1/4" x 6 1/8", 167 pages, coloured
frontispiece, many black and white drawings and photographs. A review of the
Symons, Julian. THE GENERAL STRIKE. A Historical Portrait. 1957. 8 3/4" x
5 5/8", 259 pages, 16 half-page black and white photographs. The first
full history of the 1926 Strike, written with access to the TUC's previously
unexamined archive records, and to contemporary letters and diaries. An
exciting and instructive narrative, and a notable addition to the history of
industrial relations. Bibliography. Hb in dw, both very good. US$ 15.00 /
"Viator" A HOLIDAY ON THE ROAD.
William, F.S.A. THE YORKSHIRE LIBRARY. A Bibliographical Account of Books on
Topography, Tracts..., Spaws, Geology, Botany, Maps, Views, Portraits, and
Miscellaneous Literature, Relating to the County of York. 1974, second
impression of 1869 first edition. 8 3/4" x 6 1/8", 304 pages. The
first edition was published in
William. A HISTORY OF BANBURY. The Story of the Development of a Country Town.
Banbury,  8 3/4" x 5 5/8", 253 pages, 51 black and white
illustrations. A substantial town history, from Roman times, to the twentieth
century. Hb, a little soiled, but generally a very good copy. US$ 45.00 /
Steward, A. V. Compiler. A SUFFOLK BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Clarke, W.G., F.G.S. IN BRECKLAND WILDS.
B657) Sotheby's Catalogue. THE JEFFREY YOUNG COLLECTION (click for illustration). 1992. 10 5/8" x 8 1/4", 112+ pages, black and white illustrations, price list. A collection based on the ground rules 'only to buy books which I had either read and enjoyed, or wished to read'. A fascinating collection. Very good; some lots ringed in ink. 12.50 pounds sterling
B615) Scott, Amoret and
Christopher. DUMMY BOARD FIGURES. 1966. 8 3/8" x 5 1/2", 21 pages +
22 black and white plates. One of the very few books on dummy boards (or
picture boards, fireboards, door porters, and silent companions, as they have also
been called).. By no means commonplace, they are among the most attractive of
all decorative antiques, combining as they do the arts of the furniture-maker
and painter. Stiff card covers in dw, very nice copy. US$ 38.00 /
B582) Meteyard, Eliza.
THE LIFE OF JOSIAH WEDGWOOD from his Private Correspondence and Papers. 1980,
limited (1000 copies) facsimile edition of the scarce 1865 edition; published
by Wedgwood in honour of the 250th. anniversary of the birth of their founder.
Approximately 9 1/4" x 6", 2 volumes in slipcase, 504 + 643 pages,
many black and white illustrations,
B525) Rowe, Robert. ADAM
SILVER 1765 - 1795 (click for picture). 1965. 10" x
6 1/4", 94 pages of text, coloured frontispiece, 96+ fine black and white
illustrations, short bibliography. One of the 'Faber Monographs on Silver'. The
first well-documented study of the impact which the publications and designs of
the neo-classical school made on the work of the London and provincial
goldsmiths. Hb in dw, very nice copy. US$ 60.00 /
B333) Nimocks, Patricia.
DECOUPAGE (The art of decorating surfaces with applied paper cut-outs). 1968,
quarto, 176 pages, black and white and coloured illustrations. Covers history,
origins, materials, and applications. Hb in dw. Very good. US$ 35.00 /
B314) Esdaile, Katharine
A., with introduction by Sacheverell Sitwell. ENGLISH CHURCH MONUMENTS. 1510 -
1840.  (preface). Octavo, 144 pages. Black and white illustrations, and
one coloured. Six lines of ink text written on end paper. Hb in fine pictorial
dustwrapper, in the Batsford Architectural Series. Very good. US$ 32.50 /
B90) Gilbert, K.R. THE PORTSMOUTH
BLOCKMAKING MACHINERY A Pioneering Enterprise in Mass Production. A Science
Museum Monograph. 1965. 9 1/4" x 7 1/4", 40 pages, black and
white photographs and line drawings. Stapled card covers, very good.