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Carroll, Lewis: THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK.
An Agony, in Eight Fits. London: The Folio Society, 1976. (50) pp. Publisher's printed hard cover. Without slipcase. Illustrated by Quentin Blake with black-and-white drawings.
Díaz, Bernal: THE CONQUEST OF NEW SPAIN.
Translated and introduced by J. M. Cohen. London: The Folio Society, 1974. 351, (1) pp + plates. 25x16,5 cm. Publisher's pictorial cloth in slipcase. Both endpapers printed with maps. Illustrated with one colour frontispiece, fifteen black-and-white plates, and one map in text.
Exquemelin, A. O.: THE BUCCANEERS OF AMERICA. Comprising a pertiment and truthful description of the principal acts of depredation and inhuman cruelty committed by the English and French buccaneers against the Spaniards in America.
London: The Folio Society, 1972. 194 pp + plates. 25x16 cm. Publisher's decorated quarter leather binding in slipcase. Both endpapers printed with maps. Illustrated with contemporary plates in black-and-white.
Fielding, Henry: THE HISTORY OF THE ADVENTURES OF JOSEPH ANDREWS AND HIS FRIEND MR ABRAHAM ADAMS.
Westminster: The Folio Society, 1953. XVIII, 303, (2) pp. Publisher's patterned cloth in dust jacket with a few tears. Illustrated with wood engravings by Derrick Harris.
James, M. R.: GHOST STORIES.
Selected and with an Introduction by Nigel Kneale. London: The Folio Society, 1973. 207, (1) pp + plates. Publisher's printed cloth. Without slipcase. Illustrated by Charles Keeping with two-colour lithograph plates.
Michelangelo: THE SONNETS OF MICHELANGELO.
Translated by Elizabeth Jennings. With a selection of Michelangelo drawings and an introduction by Michael Ayrton. London: The Folio Society, 1961. 112 pp + plates. Publisher's quarter cloth. Illustrated with 16 plates.
Shakespeare, William: KING HENRY VI, I-III.
Introduction by Dame Peggy Ashcroft. London: The Folio Society, 1967. 96; 100; 97 pp + plates. Publisher's pictorial cloth with with slightly faded spines. 3 volymes in slipcase. Illustrated with plates in colour by Ann Curtis.
THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY AND THE NORMAN INVASION.
With an Introduction and a translation from the contemporary account of William of Poitiers by Lewis Thorpe. London: The Folio Society, 1973. 110, (1) pp. 25,5x19,5 cm. Publisher's pictorial quarter cloth. Illustrated with plates in colour.