WHITFIELD, J.M.; LAMBERT, George Washington (illustrator), 1873-1930
Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1898 (but the 1901 issue). Octavo, publisher’s pictorial brown cloth (light water stain to lower board, edges rubbed), prize label to front pastedown, pp. xii, 313, 16 (publisher’s advertisements), illustrated by George Washington Lambert, with 32 full-page plates and numerous drawings in the text; a very good copy. Muir 7972. The advertisements in …
48 planches coloriées, accompagnées d’un texte explicatif. At head of title: Méthode d’enseignement par l’aspect. Paris : Librairie française et étrangère (R. Schultz), [c.1880]. Large quarto, bound in modern half calf over papered boards with gilt lettered spine, pp 28 (explanatory text for each plate), followed by 24 double-page chromolithographic plates, plate XXIV illustrating Australian …
/ by Herbert Strang ; illustrated in colour by W.R.S. Stott. London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1912. First edition. Large octavo, original pictorial cloth boards lettered in gilt, front pastedown with school prize certificate dated 1916, pp x, 431, illustrated with  full-page colour plates, maps, a fine copy. A work of fiction for juvenile …
Melbourne : George Robertson and Company, [c.1920]. Octavo, original boards with gold inlay, 147 pp, poetry illustrated with three black and white plates by Margaret Baskerville and C. Douglas Richardson.
Melbourne : Melbourne University Press, 1923. Series: University of Melbourne Publications, No. 1. Octavo, original printed wrappers (spine sunned), the personal copy of E.A. Reynolds, biographer of Edmund Barton, who was responsible for instituting the policy in 1901, with Reynold’s ownership inscription dated 1936 on the half title, 217 pp, a very good association copy, …
GAULTIER, Bon [MARTIN, Theodore], editor
Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill [pseud.] Richard Doyle and John Leech. A new edition, with several new ballads. London W. S. Orr, . Octavo, embossed red cloth with gilt pictorial design, rebacked, all edges gilt, 254 pp, illustrated. Contains ‘The Convict and the Australian Lady’.
Paris : Éditions du Panthéon, Collection la Féerie galante, 1945. Limited edition of 2000 copies, no. 1703. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, 186 pp,  black and white drawings by Lemengeot reproduced outside the text, edges uncut, a very good copy.
Melbourne : Miegunyah Press, 2006. Quarto, laminated boards in slipcase, pp. 1200, extensively illustrated, as new in shrinkwrap (the RRP is $295).
Foreword by Norman Lindsay. Sydney : The Shepherd Press, n.d. [ ]. Quarto, full crushed morocco with gilt design, gilt dentelles, a little rubbed along spine, foxing to endpapers and light water stain to edges of endpapers, twenty-four fine colour reproductions with titled tissue guards, 13 page essay by Norman Lindsay. The deluxe edition of …
New York : Farrar & Rinehart, 1931. Octavo, cloth (badly stained), pp. 365, some silverfishing to fore edges. Presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author ‘To Norman Lindsay with vast admiration from Floyd Dell 1933’, and subsequently inscribed by Norman Lindsay to Margaret Coen ‘For which worthy testimonial I pass it …
Melbourne : George Robertson, c. 1915. Quarto, lettered cloth, pp. 176, colour and black white plates. Fundraising book from the Great War “The entire profits from the sale of this book will be devoted by Madam Melba to the Belgian Relief Fund”. Literary contributors include Ethel Turner, Henry Lawson, Tarella Quin, Dorothea Mackellar, Edward Vidler, …
Done into English by Jack Lindsay. Illustrations by Norman Lindsay. London : Fanfrolico Press, 1926. Folio, half-morocco over gilt-decorated boards (corners rubbed), 51 pp., foxing to endpapers. Limited to 725 copies signed by Jack Lindsay. The London edition, a Sydney edition from the Fanfrolico Press also appearing in 1925, the London edition with some minor …
ARISTOPHANES; LINDSAY, Jack; LINDSAY, Norman
done into English by Jack Lindsay with illustrations by Norman Lindsay and a foreword by Edgell Rickword. London : The Fanfrolico Press, 1929. Folio, half blue morocco over gilt-lettered cloth (some chipping on edges), pp. [xvi]; 60, full page plates after Norman Lindsay. Limited to 500 copies signed and numbered by Jack Lindsay. Arnold 31.
London : published for the author by Colnaghi & Co., 1934. Quarto, quarter-cloth over papered boards, dustjacket (foxed), top edge gilt, pp. [x]; 15; 55 plates with captioned glassine guards. Limited to 130 copies signed by Lionel Lindsay.
Sydney : Ure Smith, 1946. Octavo, original cloth (worn), pp. 14, illustrated, spine defective, text block detached. Inscribed in ochre ink on the front free endpaper ‘Donald Friend Hill End ’55’ and in a different pen Friend has later inscribed the volume ‘for Bevis Bawa’. One of Donald Friend’s earliest book, Painter’s Journal follows Gunner’s …
[Roseville, N.S.W.] : Beagle Press in conjunction with the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1995. Quarto, red cloth with illustrated dust jacket, 120 pp, illustrated in colour and black and white, with short essays by Robert Holden and Helen Glad. Fine copy. A superb pictorial survey of the art and private world of the …