M.E. Philipps, ‘Diana/Selbstdruck’, an etching, signed, dated 1912 and titled in the margin in pencil (24 x 18 cm), Manou Shama-Levy, ‘Alcove’, an abstract etching with aquatint, signed and titled in pencil in the margin, an abstract etching with aquatint of an interior with figures at a table, and a black and white photograph of perhaps Indian girls, all framed (4)
An annotated antique map: 'Nouvelle Carte du Gouvernement Civil d'Angleterre et de celuy de la Ville de Londres' (tome 2, Nr 53), a plan of the city of London with 'diverses remarques sur cette ville', 'Avec privilege de Nosseigneurs les Etats de Hollande et West-Frize', with coloured illustrations (35 x 47 cm), 'Hogarth' frame
An antique coloured map: 'Midle-sex described with the most famous Cities of London and Westminster', 'Described by John Norden, Augmeted [sic] by I. Speed/Solde in Popes head alley against the Exchange by George Humble' (39.5 x 52 cm), ebonised and gilt frame, the reverse glazed to show 'Hundreds in Middlesex' (pages 29, 30) and with typed label: 'John Speed, 1610-11./The 1614 issue, with original colouring./Rare.'
An antique coloured map of Bohemia: 'Bohemia/Newly described/by Iohn Speed/Anno Dom:1626'/Are to be Sold by Ric Chiswell/in St. Pauls Church yard. And by Tho: Bassett in Fleet Street.', the map within a border of illustrations of towns and figures in costume (41 x 52 cm), ebonised and gilt frame, the reverse glazed to show text: 'The Description of the Kingdom of Bohemia' and with typed label: 'John Speed, 1626-27./The 1676 issue.'