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CHILDREN’S SINGING GAMES With the tunes to which they are sung. Collected & Edited by Alice B. Gomme. Pictured in black & white by Winifred Smith.
London: David Nutt in the Strand, No date [dated on cover 1894]. 70  pages. Original pictorial cloth. Oblong: 2215 x 235 mm. Some light foxing; gift inscription on half-title; boards a little rubbed; inscription on half-title; else very good.More details Price: £45.00
CHILDREN’S SINGING GAMES With the tunes to which they are sung. Collected & Edited by Alice B. Gomme. Pictured in black & white by Winifred Smith. Second Series.
London: David Nutt in the Strand, No date [Dated on cover 1894]. 70  pages. Illustrated in black & white. Original pictorial cloth. Oblong: 2215 x 235 mm. A very good copy.More details Price: £48.00
FOLK TALES FROM MANY LANDS Retold by Lilian Gask. Illustrations by Willy Pogany.
London: George G Harrap, 1910. 287 pages. With 8 colour plates and numerous black & white illustrations. Original decorative cloth gilt with a mounted pictorial pastedown to the upper panel. Top edge gilt. Octavo. A very good copy.More details Price: £120.00
Glig-Gamena Angel-Deod, or, The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England: Including the Rural and Domestic Recreations, May-Games, Mummeries, Pageants, Processions, and Pompous Spectacles From the earliest period to the present Time: Illustrated by engravings selected from ancient paintings; in which are represented most of the Popular Diversions. By Joseph Strutt.
London: J. White, at Horace’s Head, Fleet Street, 1801. l; , 301,  pages. Illustrated with frontispiece and thirty-nine other hand-coloured plates. Contemporary full diced calf gilt. 298 x 243 mm. First and best edition. Some light foxing to the guards and very occasionally elsewhere; title has an old vertical crease; bookplates; else a very good copy.More details Price: £850.00
“Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles.” The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, 1660-1900. By Keith Chandler. Publications of the Folklore Society: Tradition 1.
1993: Hisarlik Press, 1660. 44 pages. Illustrated. Softback. Octavo. First edition. Lightly bumped at bottom outer corner; else fine. Presentation copy from the author, inscribed: ‘For Christine Best wishes Keith Chandler 20.3.93.’ Loosely laid in is a printed publication announcement for the book with a manuscript presentation inscription to Christine.More details Price: £55.00
THE HOODEN HORSE, AN EAST KENT CHRISTMAS CUSTOM, By Percy Maylam, Canterbury.
Canterbury: Cross and Jackman Printers, 1909. [i-vi], vii-xv, , 124 pages. Black & white reproductions of photographs throughout. Hardback in original navy-blue cloth. Quarto. First edition. A very good, clean copy. One of only 303 copies privately printed.More details Price: £320.00