The Londoner’s England..
Bound in original cloth with red titles in pictorial dust wrapper which has edge repairs. A little foxing of endpapers, but otherwise a very good copy.
Avalon Press and William Collins.,
Contemporary water-colours and drawings of london and the home counties reproduced by colour and duochrome lithography and by half-tone: assembled and edited with descriptive text.
FIRST EDITION. 4to. 9 x 11.25 inches. viii + 191 pp. Title page in red and black.
Illustrated by 89 lithographic plates, including 32 in colour. Decorated by publisher's device on title page.
A collection of lithographs, illustrating London scenes and views from Herts, Essex, Bucks, Middlesex, Surrey, Berks, Kent and Sussex. Alan John Bott (1893-1952), who wrote the text, was a journalist, who became an ace in the Royal Flying Corps and escaped from Turkish captivity in 1918. He wrote several books about flying and as a publisher founded Pan Books in 1944.
[Stock No. 24922]