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            The Browning Cyclopaedia: A Guide to the Study of the Works of Robert Browning with Copious Explanatory Notes and References on all Difficult Passages

Berdoe, Edward [Robert Browning (7 May 1812 - 12 December 1889) was an English poet and playwright whose mastery of dramatic verse, and in particular the dramatic monologue, made him one of the foremost Victorian poets.

(Book #ID 2769)

Published by Swan Sonnenschein & Co. Ltd., London Fourth Edition 1902. 1902.

Thick 8vo. Maroon cloth, gilt titles and top edge, blind stamping. xviii, 576 [pp]. Spine sunned with shading to lower panel, touch of foxing to fore and lower edges. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            Annals of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare Collected from the most Recent Authorities [Signed]

Joseph Cundall [Joseph Cundall (22 September 1818 Norwich - 10 January 1895 Wallington, London), was a Victorian English writer under the pseudonym of "Stephen Percy", a pioneer photographer and London publisher of children's books. He provided employment for many of the best artists of the day by using them as illustrators.

(Book #ID 4067)

Published by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, London First Edition 1886. 1886.

First edition hard back. Aqua marine cloth covers with gilt titles, page tops and illustration to spine and front panel. 141 pages with 35 illustrations. Bookplate to front paste down, rubs to edges and spine tips. SIGNED by the author to the front free end paper 'To Mrs. Bardon, with the author's kindest regards, Christmas 1886.' Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            Here's How | Being a Symposium of Recipes of Good Cheer. A Dictionary for the Wine Connoisseur and a Most Helpful Guide Yo the Host and Hostess Who May or May Not Possess a Wine Cellar or Cocktail Bar

The Victoria Wine Company

(Book #ID 93520)

Issued by The Victoria Wine Co. Ltd., London Third Edition August 1954. 1954.

Publisher's original colour illustrated card wrap covers, decorated waxy colour end papers. 8vo. 7½'' x 4¼''. Contains 84 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations. In Very Good condition with minor rubbing to the covers, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            Figure Drawings

Victoria and Albert Museum

(Book #ID 9644)

Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London 1950. 1950.

Paper wraps. 7¼" x 4¾" 28 black and white plates on glossy paper. Nr. Fine condition with small mark to upper panel. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            Style in Sculpture

Ashton, Leigh [Victoria and Albert Museum]

(Book #ID 9647)

Published by Geoffrey Cumberlege Oxford University Press, London First Edition 1947. 1947.

First edition hard back publisher's original paper covered boards. 8vo 7½" x 4¾" 64 pages. 38 plates. Foxing to end papers, rubs to corners. Sound reference copy. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            Electricity [Signed] [1]

Glendinning, Victoria

(Book #ID 12572)

Published by Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., 17-21 Conway Street, London First Edition 1995. 1995.

First edition hard back publisher's original turquoise cloth covers, gilt lettering to spine and end papers. 8vo 9½" x 6¼" 250 pp. SIGNED by the author to title page. Spine tips just pushed in. Fine in Fine dust wrapper, not price clipped. Complete with original 'As Read on Woman's Hour' wraparound band. Dust wrapper protected. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 0091792010

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            'Ye Gods!' at the Theatre Royal, Chatham, Theatre Programme

Sydney Bransgrove, Stephen Robert and Eric Hudson [Proprietors C. L. & A. H. Barnard. Manager Mr. Lionel Barnard. Conductor Mr. Albert E. Vicary] Starring: Ivor Barnard, K. Copeland, Victoria Dacre, Constance Lamming, Venetia Noble, Frank Copeland, H. V. Phasey

(Book #ID 13156)

Published by Clements Brothers, Chatham Monday March 29th 1920. 1920.

Single folded sheet 8" x 11". Sepia blue photograph of the outside of the theatre to upper cover, pictorial advertisement to inner front cover. Programme of events for the week: Sydney Bransgrove 'Ye Gods!' by Stephen Robert and Eric Hudson. Sepia blue photograph of the inside of the theatre to lower cover. In Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            Queen Victoria

Strachey, Lytton [Queen Victoria]

(Book #ID 57747)

Published by Chatto & Windus Ltd, 42 William IV Street, London 1921. London 1921.

Hard back binding in publisher's original royal blue cloth covers, paper title and author lettering label to the spine. 8vo. 9'' x 6''. Contains [xvi] 314 printed pages of text with nine monochrome photographs. Ink name to the front free end paper, bumps to the spine ends, light marks to the covers and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Cornhill Magazine No. 16 (New Series) No. 454 October 1897

The Cornhill Magazine (1860-1975) was a monthly Victorian magazine and literary journal named after the street address of the founding publisher Smith, Elder & Co. at 65 Cornhill in London. In the 1860s, under editor William Makepeace Thackeray, the paper saw a large circulation, peaking at around 110,000. Due to emerging competitors, circulation fell to 20,000 by 1870. The following year, Leslie Stephen took over as editor. When Stephen left in 1882, circulation had further fallen to 12,000. The Cornhill was purchased by John Murray in 1912, and continued to publish issues until 1975.

(Book #ID 100352)

Published by Smith, Elder & Co., 15 Waterloo Place, London First Edition October 1897. 1897.

First edition in publisher's original illustrated orange paper wrap covers [soft back], black lettering to the front, lovely illustrated advertisements to the rear and to the inside front and rear covers. 8vo. 9'' x 5¾''. Contains 16 pages of advertisements and pages 433-576. Slight sun fading down the spine and in Good condition, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            Queen Victoria Was Amused

Hardy, Alan [Jacket design by Craig Dodd] Queen Victoria

(Book #ID 94954)

Published by John Murray Ltd., 50 Albemarle Street, London First Edition 1976. 1976.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original navy paper covered boards, gilt title and author lettering to the spine. 8vo. 9'' x 6''. ISBN 0719533244. Contains 214 printed pages of text with monochrome Photographs and illustrations throughout. Light sun fading to the top front cover. Near Fine condition book, in Fine condition illustrated dust wrapper, price clipped. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, it is not adhered to the book or to the dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 0719533244

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 73 January - March 1944

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18995)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January-March 1944 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In near Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 74 April - June 1944.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18996)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London April-June 1944. 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 75 July - September 1944.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18997)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London July-September 1944. 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 76 October - November 1944.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18998)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London October-November 1944. 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 77 December 1944.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 18999)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London December 1944. 1944.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 78 January - February 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19000)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January-February 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 80 June - July 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19002)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London June-July 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 81 August - September 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19003)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London August - September 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 82 October - November 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19004)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London October - November 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 83 December 1945.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19005)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London Xmas Edition December 1945. 1945.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 84 January - February 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19006)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January - February 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 85 March - April 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19007)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London March - April 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 86 May - June 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19008)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London May - June 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 87 July 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19009)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London July 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 88 August - September 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19010)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London August - September 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 89 October - November 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19011)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London October - November 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 90 December 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19012)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London Xmas Edition December 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 91 January 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19013)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 92 February 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19014)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London February 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 93 March 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

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Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London March 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 94 April 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19016)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London April 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 28 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples starting to rust and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 95 May 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19017)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London May 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 96 June 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19018)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London June 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 97 July 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19019)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London July 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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WEST INDIES [Caribbean] (29)
WESTERNS [U.S.A Old West] (118)
WHALING & WHALES (17)
WILTSHIRE (Wiltunscir) (26)
WIND & WATERMILLS (32)
WINES, BEERS & SPIRITS (80)
WOODCUTS & ENGRAVINGS (30)
WORCESTERSHIRE (9)
WORLD WAR II (Second) (416)
YORKSHIRE (Jórvík) (134)
YUGOSLAVIA (14)
ZEPPELINS, AIRSHIPS & BALLOONING (33)
ZOOLOGY (Animal Biology) (52)

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