Lot 611: Edwards, Charles, Payne's Universum or Pictorial World, London, ND (c. 1850), 4to, three volumes, 192 steel engraved plates, quarter leather, most plates foxed, extremities worn, otherwise good.
Lot 612: Anderson, R., Examples of the Municipal Commercial & Street Architecture of France & Italy from the 12th to the 15th Century, London, no date, small folio, all edges gilt quarter leather, 103 numbered black-and-white plates. Worn at extremities, minimal scattered foxing, otherwise very good. Garner, Thomas & Stratton, Arthur, The Domestic Architecture of England during the Tudor Period, three volumes, prospectus laid in, folio portfolios "subscriber’s copy”, London, 1911, photogravure & other plates. Pencil annotations. Johnson, John, Relics of Ancient English Architecture, small folio, 80 lithographic plates, no publisher, no date. Scattered foxing, pencil notations, old leather repair to head & foot of spine. Bulmer, George Bertram, Architectural Studies in Yorkshire, London & Leeds, 1887, folio, limited to 300 copies, 20 plates, hinges cracked, signature loose, handwritten spine label, otherwise good.
Lot 619: Wilkinson, Joseph, The Architectural Remains of the Ancient Town and Borough of Thetford, London, 1822, 24 etched plates. Spine and extremities worn, plates clean. Burrell, William, Studies of Ancient Domestic Architecture, London, 1846, folio, 20 lithographic plates. Minor foxing & staining, leather spine chipped. Davy, Henry, A Series of Etchings Illustrative of the Architectural Antiquities of Suffolk, Suffolk, 1827, folio, 70 etched plates. Extremities worn, otherwise very good. Nibbs, R. H., First Series Antiquities of Sussex, Brighton, 1874, folio, 50 black-and-white plates, lacks front free endpaper, otherwise very good. Briggens, R., The Antiquities of Sefton Church, Holborn, 1835, tall folio, front board detached, scattered foxing, otherwise good. Mac Kenzie, F., Skeltons Engraved Illustrations of the Principal Antiquities of Oxfordshire, Oxford, 1823, folio, 50 full-page engraved plates plus other illustrations (complete), full leather with crudely taped spine (text block separated), text/plates very good. Perry, John Tavenor and Henman, Charles Jr., Illustrations of the Medieval Antiquities in the County of Durham, Oxford & London, 1867, tall folio, 51 black-and-white plates, hinges cracked, lacks spine, otherwise good. Scott, William B., Antiquarian Gleanings in the North of England, London, nd (c. 1850), large 4to, 38 hand colored engravings, scattered foxing, edges chipped, binding cracked, pages loose, fair condition. Spreat, W., Picturesque Sketches of the Churches of Devonshire, Exeter & London, 1842, horizontal folio, "Subscriber’s copy. Proofs on India Paper", 18 parts in wraps, 74 lithographic plates, scattered foxing and soil, chipped wraps. Envelope containing miscellaneous architectural engravings.