There are 34 books in this catalogue.
The Six Wives of Henry VIII
Book Number: 65869
London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1992 large 8vo. hardcover. 479pp. index. + colour & b/w plates. Very good. / Very good d/w.
Richard III: Crown and People
Petre, J. (Editor)
Book Number: 65013
Alan Sutton Publishing Limited, Gloucester, U.K, 1985. 8vo. hardcover. 446pp. colour & b/w illus., folding chart. Very good, light foxing on endpapers. / Very good d/w.
Richard III: The Road to Bosworth Field
Hammond, P. W. & Anne F. Sutton
Book Number: 65014
Guild Publishing, London, 1985. 8vo. hardcover. 238pp. colour & b/w illus. Very good+. / Very good+ d/w.
Book Number: 36272
London, Dent, 1953 8vo. hardcover. 237pp. index, b/w plates. very good, light foxing. / very good d/w with pastedown illus. on front panel
Book Number: 20045
London, Ivor Nicholson & Watson, 1935 8vo. hardcover. 344pp. index. good, front board a little bent. / good, chipped d/w.
Coronation Souvenir Book 1937
eckles,Gordon (Art Editor Ivor Castle)
Book Number: 56385
Daily Express Publications, London England, 1937. 4to. gold dec. cloth hardcover. 160pp. b/w illus. Very good, foxing to endpapers.
William King for the 21st Century
Book Number: 22618
U.K. Blake 2000. First edition, 8vo. hardcover. 244pp. + colour & b/w plates. very good, remainder mark bottom edge, / near fine d/w.
Monarchs in waiting
Curley, Walter J. P.
Book Number: 26468
London Hutchinson 1975 8vo hardcover 204pp index, b/w illus. very good / very good d/w.
Book Number: 27244
Putnam Pub Group May 1976 8vo hardcover 290pp index, b/w illus. good / good d/w.
The Royal Encyclopedia
Book Number: 29455
London Macmillan, 1991 4to hardcover 632pp colour & b/w illus. very good, owner's bookplate on half-title. / very good d/w. This book provides the reader with an inside view of the modern Royal Family. Containing facts about members of the Royal Family, their duties, palaces, collections of art, protocol, constitution, ceremonies, the Royal household and the Royal offices this book should appeal to anyone interested in the Royal Family. Granted access to the files and archives of the Royal household, the editors of this book have compiled an array of information under a total of 1200 alphabetical entries. Includes information such as the correct way to address a member of the Royal Family and Princess Eugenie's birthdate. Accompanying the text are over 500 photographs.
MacCaffrey, Wallace T. (Professor Emeritus of History, Harvard University,
Book Number: 30516
Hodder Arnold 1994 Large 8vo softcover 480pp index, b/w illus. very good. In this biography of Elizabeth I, the author focuses on her career as a practising politician, taking into account her testing personal experience, her temperament and her own view of her role. The book also provides an understanding of the private persona of Elizabeth Tudor.
Cupid and the King
Book Number: 32820
HarperCollins Publishers 1995 4to hardcover 370pp, b/w illus. very good / very good d/w.
Ladies in Waiting: From the Tudors to the Present Day
Book Number: 40648
Phoenix Press August 28, 2005 8vo softcover 342pp very good. Far from being servants or decorative accessories in court, ladies-in-waiting competed for real positions of power--and many succeeded in their goals, sometimes betraying their queens in the process. A few even became royal mistresses, such as the rapacious Lady Castlemaine who amassed a fortune and flaunted her hold over King Charles I. Drawing on a wide variety of primary sources, including the diaries of such shrewd onlookers as Lady Cowper and Fanny Burney, bestselling author Anne Somerset provides a guide to the character, profligate or pious, of each court. This lively combination of entertaining anecdote and searching analysis is social history at its most colorful.
The End of the House Windsor: Birth of a British Republic
Book Number: 42322
I. B. Tauris 1993 8vo hardcover 208pp index, b/w illus. very good / very good d/w. Book Description: Is the British monarchy an absurd anachronism or the lynchpin of the nation state? Is the Royal Family the guardian of our national heritage or has it, in fact, been responsible for the decline of Britain by promoting the idea of the Great British historical theme park?nnWith the current shenanigans and revelations involving the royals, much of the mystique that has surrounded the monarchy over the centuries has been stripped away.nnIn this controversial book, Stephen Haseler argues that, as a result, a British republic is now inevitable. He calls for immediate action to ensure a smooth transition of power during the present queen's lifetime, and vividly conjures up life in a Republic of Britain - for the Royal family, its court and courtiers, the peerage and the church, and above all ordinary people.
Richard III And the Princes in the Tower
Pollard, A J
Book Number: 43561
BCA. London., 1991. 4to. hardcover. 260pp. index colour & b/w illus. Very good. / good d/w with rubbed edges.
Book Number: 45177
Penguin Books Ltd September 6, 2007 8vo softcover 384pp near fine. Index.
Lady Jane Grey: The Setting of the Reign
Book Number: 49425
Eyre Methuen, London 1972 8vo. hardcover. 191pp. index, b/w illus. Very good. / Good+ d/w rubbed on edges.
The Sisters of Henry VIII
Chapman, Hester W
Book Number: 54812
Jonathan Cape, London, 1969. 8vo. hardcover. 223pp. index, b/w illus. Very good, owner's name on fep. / Very good d/w.
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire
Book Number: 55949
London HarperCollins 1998 8vo hardcover 463pp index, colour & b/w illus. very good, page edges browned / very good d/w. The story of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, one of the most flamboyant women of the 18th century, and her times. Distantly related to the late Princess of Wales, she was, in turn, a compulsive gambler, political savante and operator, drug addict, adulteress and darling of the common people.
The Tyrannicide Brief
Book Number: 58724
Vintage Books 2006 8vo softcover 429pp index, b/w illus. very good. In 1649, no lawyer in the country would accept the brief of prosecuting Charles I, except one - John Cook, the bravest of barristers, who was killed as punishment for sending the King to the scaffold.