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Memoirs of Selworthy and West Somerset

By: Cicely Elaine Cooper

Price: £60.00

Publisher: Williton, Cox, Sons & Co.: 1966

Inscription: "The Rt. Hon Harold Wilson Prime Minister and Mrs

Seller ID: 82227

Condition: Very good


From the library of Harold and Mary Wilson. Inscribed "to The Rt. Hon Harold Wilson Prime Minister and Mrs Wilson. With best holiday wishes. A tribute of admiration to the courage under immense difficulties, of the P.M. as I have witnessed from this remote corner G J E Cooper". The author has also signed with a note under Cicely apologises for scrawl. The illustrations are from photographs by Iris Hardwick and R Kingsley Tayler. The book is in good condition, tightly bound. The dust jacket is complete, worn at extremities, spine and edges sunned/faded. Internally the book is clean, free of mar... View more info

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My Dartmoor

By: Clive Gunnell

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Bodmin, Bossiney Books: 1977

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 82153


First edition paperback. Introduction by Jeremy Thorpe. Inscribed "In respect and admiration, and the fond hope it may provide moments of relaxation and peace. Clive Gunnell". 15 black-and-white plates plus map of Dartmoor. Provenance: Hansons Auctioneers - A Prime Minister's Life - The Collection of Harold & Mary Wilson - Friday 10 May 2019. The book is tightly bound, faded/sunned on spine and spine edge on the rear. Edges are browned, likewise the end papers, less so the text block. Internally the book is clean and free of markings. View more info

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84, Charing Cross Road

By: Helene Hanff

Price: £80.00

Publisher: London, Andre Deutsch: 1975

Inscription: For Lady Wilson with every good wish from John Ter

Seller ID: 82228

Condition: Very good


From the Library of Harold & Mary Wilson. 1st edition, 5th impression in a dust jacket. Inscribed "for Lady Wilson with every good wish from John Terry Christmas 1976". John Terry was the film financier who became Sir John Terry earlier in 1976 in the controversial "Lavender List". A charming series of letters between Helene Hanff, a New Yorker and Marks & Co a bookshop in London. Very good condition. Dust jacket complete, unclipped showing £1.95. The pages are a little toned. View more info

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From The Cape to Cairo 1932

By: Jean Redcliffe-Maud

Price: £50.00

Publisher: Cirencester, Englang Publishing: 1989

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 82195


First edition paperback. Inscribed "To Mary & Harold with every good wish Jean R-M". She was a professional pianist; married to John Maud who produced the Maud Report for which he received a life peerage in 1967. Provenance: Hansons Auctioneers - A Prime Minister's Life - The Collection of Harold & Mary Wilson - Friday 10 May 2019. The book is in very good condition, tightly bound. Worn at extremities; internally clean, free of markings and foxing. Spine sunned/faded. View more info

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Broken Images A Journal

By: John Guest

Price: £30.00

Publisher: London, Longmans Green & Co: 1949

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 82205


From the library of Harold and Mary Wilson. Second impression. Mary Wilson's copy, signed by her to the front endpaper having crossed through a previous owner's inscription. Included is a newspaper cut out of Guest's obituary. The book is tightly bound. Spine sunned/faded, worn at extremities, boards marked. Internally clean, free of markings and foxing. View more info

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Lapland

By: Robert Crottet & Enrique Mendez

Price: £12.00

Publisher: London, Hugh Evelyn: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 81938


Translated by Margaret Crosland. 26 pages of text the remainder of the book being coloured and black and white plates. The boards are white so inevitably have suffered over the years and are grubby and marked. Top edge greyed. Internally the book is clean, free of markings and foxing. The book has a dusty smell. View more info

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Children of Cape Horn

By: Rosie Swale

Price: £125.00

Publisher: London, Paul Elek: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 82147


From the library of Harold and Mary Wilson. First edition in a dust jacket. A nice inscription "For Admiral Harold Wilson" with a ships pass to the Anneliese also inscribed to him. The book is tightly bound, dust jacket is complete with only minor shelf. The book is in very good condition, appears to be unread, internally the book is clean, free of markings and foxing. View more info

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What's In a Name Tresgaskes Tregaskis

By: W H Tregaskes

Price: £60.00

Publisher: Shaftesbury, W H Tregaskes: 1982

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 82226

Condition: Very good


From the library of Harold and Mary Wilson. First edition in a dust jacket, signed by the author. Invoice to Sir Harold Wilson dated 29 April 1982 for £7.70 + £1 postage. A nice Scilly Isles/Cornish connection. Numerous illustrations, The book is in very good condition View more info

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Moscow

By: Yury Balanenko - Editor

Price: £450.00

Publisher: Moscow, Planeta Publishers: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 82273


From the Library of Harold & Mary Wilson. First edition in a dust jacket. Inscribed "to The Rt. Hon. Harold Wilson, Prime -Minister of Great Britain Vladimir F Promyslov Chairman of the Moscow City Council 17.02.1975". Promyslov was Mayor of Moscow between 1963-1976. Also included are 3 photographs from Wilson's earlier visit to Moscow in 1966; the photos appear to be original press prints and are captioned and labelled in Russian on the back of the photos. The man with the stick in the pictures is Promyslov. Footage of the visit cab be seen on British Pathe news -"Harold Wilson i... View more info