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Last updated 17/03/2018

The collection from which these books came is still in the process of being catalogued. This list will therefore be updated at intervals with further stock. At present these books have not been priced, so please email the address below directly to enquire about prices and availability.

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Liber Usualis-


  • Gregorian Notation- Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii- 1950, 1953 (10), 1956 (2), 1957 (x2), 1958 (3), 1960, 1964, (Some Ex. Lib). 30, 50, 70GBP according to condition.
  • Music Notation- Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii- 1954 (2),


Graduale Romanum- 

  • Compendium Gradualis et Antiphonarii Romani continuens Officia Dominicarum et Festorum Totius Anni. Moguntiae: Apud Fransciscum Kirchheim, 1855. Cloth binding, poor, with damaged hinges and some chipped page edges. Bookplates to inside cover, damp staining to first few pages. 
  • Graduale Romanum. Desclee & Socii- 1948, 1952 (2), 1956 (2), 1957 (3), 1961 (3), 
  • Abbaye Saint-Pierre de Solemnes- 1974, 

Prices- 30-50GBP according to Condition


Graduale Monasticum-


  • Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii- 1948. Fair- fading to binding, hinges splitting, creases. 


Pontificale Romanum- 

  • Pontificale Romanum Clementis VIII et Urbani PP. VIII. (Two Volumes of Three- Pars Prima & Pars Tertia). Bruxellis: Apud Le Charlier, c.1740. Text good, binding poor/for re-binding- boards  damaged and detached, spine missing. Marbled endpapers. Engraved bookplate of Reverend J. Jones and W. Wilds on front pastedown. 
  • Pontificale Romanum Summorum Pontificum Jussu Editum a Benedicto XIV Pont. Max. (Pars Prima only), Mechlinae: H. Dessain, 1862. Full black leather- binding sound but leather damaged and worn in various places, particularly rear board. Text clean overall with foxing to a few pages. Typewritten addendum tipped in. 


Monastic Diurnal-


  • Compline: The Night Prayer of the Holy Church, according to the Monastic Breviary. Minored, Indiana: A Grail Publication, 1948. Small Paper pamphlet, good.
  • Horae Diurnae Breviarii Monastici (Editio Altera). Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1938. Black Leather, worn spine but sound binding, clean text. Good overall.
  • Horae Diurnae Breviarii Monastici (Editio Altera). Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1898. Small, Black Leather binding, gilt edges, ink inscriptions. Good.
  • Horae Diurnae Breviarii Monastici (Editio Altera). Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1898. Small, Black Leather binding, gilt edges, Ex. Prinknash Abbey Library, hinge inside front cover cracked, worn binding, fair-poor. 


Roman Diurnal and Office Books (PreVatican II)—


  • Horae Diurnae Breviary Romani. Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii, 1942. Fair-Good. Sound black leatherette binding, missing endpaper, pen inscription. 
  • The Day Hours of the Roman Breviary. London: Burns & Oates/Desclee/Mame, 1967. English only transitional diurnal, with Grail Psalter and RSV biblical text. Plastic covering to original binding, Franciscan School Library stamp, ink inscription to endpapers. Fair-Good, Transitional version of Traditional Diurnal, with Prime omitted.
  • The Office of Our Lady (Summer Vol. only). London: Darton, Longman & Todd, 1962. Good. (Knox Bible trans.), Latin-English. Pencil inscription to half title page.


Roman Breviaries-

  • Breviarium Romanum… cum nova versione Psalterii Pii Papae XII auctoritate editi. Harlemi: Joannis H. Gottmer, 1948. 4 Volumes. (2 sets- Aestiva, Hiemalis, Autumnalis, Verna) Complete.
  • Breviarium Romanum… cum textu Psalmorum e Vulgata Bibliorum Editione. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1961. 2 Volumes. Complete.
  • Breviarium Romanum… cum Textu Psalmorum E Versione PII Papae XII Auctoritate Edita. Turonibus: Sumptibus et Typis Mame, 1961. Tomus Prior & Tomus Alter. Complete.




Roman Breviaries (Odd Volumes to complete sets)- Sold also on eBay please enquire about availability.


Condition- All are in used condition, and may have worn bindings, dog-eared pages, annotations or inscriptions and other marks of usage. Please ask for a photograph of any specific volume(s) if you are at all concerned about condition and/or size and binding style, since these can vary even within the same edition from the same publisher, particularly if you need a volume to complete your set.


Burns Oates & Washborne-

  • Breviarium Romanum… Editionis Juxta Typicam Confectae. Londini: Apud Burns Oates & Washbourne, 1956. Hiemalis, Autumnalis. Verna.

H. Dessain-

  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Novissima Juxta Typicam. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1888. Aestiva.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Juxta Typicam. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1943. Autumnalis, Verna, Aestiva.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Pii XII Auctore Editio.. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1946. Aestiva.
  • Breviarium Romanum. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1954. Aestiva.
  • Breviarium Romanum. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1955. Aestiva, Hiemalis.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Cum Textu Psalmorum E Versione PII Papae XII Auctoritate Edita. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1961. Tomus Alter.

Joannis H. Gottmer-

  • Breviarium Romanum… cum nova versione Psalterii Pii Papae XII auctoritate editi. Harlemi: Joannis H. Gottmer, 1948. Hiemalis (5); Verna (3), Autumnalis (5), Aesteva (2).

Mame et Filiorum-

  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Duodecima Juxta Typicam. Turonibus: Typis A. Mame et Filiorum, 1924. Hiemalis, Aestiva, Verna.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Quarta Decima Juxta Typicam. Turonibus: Typis A. Mame et Filiorum, 1925. Verna.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Vigesima Prima Juxta Typicam. Turonibus: Typis A. Mame et Filiorum, 1938. Hiemalis, Verna.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Vigesima Terta Juxta Typicam. Turonibus: Sumptibus Typis Mame, 1940. Hiemalis.
  • Breviarium Romanum… cum Nova Psalterii Translatione PII Papae XII. Turonibus: Sumptibus et Typis Mame, 1950. Hiemalis.
  • Breviarium Romanum… cum Nova Psalterii Translatione PII Papae XII. Editio Vigesima Sexta Juxta Typicam. Turonibus: Sumptibus et Typis Mame, 1952. Hiemalis. 
  • Breviarium Romanum… cum Textu Psalmorum E Versione PII Papae XII Auctoritate Edita. Turonibus: Sumptibus et Typis Mame, 1961. Tomus Alter.

Marietti-

  • Breviarium Romanum… Edito Amplificata Taurinensis Decima Tertia Juxta Typicam. Taurini: Marietti, 1957. Autumnalis.

Friderici Pustet-

  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Tertia Juxta Typicam, Amplificata II. Ratisbonae: Friderici Pustet, 1916. Hiemalis.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio IV Juxta Typicam, Amplificata II. Ratisbonae: Friderici Pustet, 1919. Verna (2), Aestiva.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio VI Juxta Typicam, Amplificata IV. Ratisbonae: Friderici Pustet, 1923. Hiemalis.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio XVIII Juxta Typicam. Ratisbonae: Frederici Pustet, 1927. Verna. 
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio XII Juxta Typicam, Amplificata X. Ratisbonae: Friderici Pustet, 1929. Verna (4).
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio XVIII Juxta Typicam. Ratisbonae: Friderici Pustet, 1939. Hiemalis,
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Prima Juxta Novam Typicam. Ratisbonae: Friderici Pustet, 1952. Hiemalis,
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio II Juxta Novam Typicam. Ratisbonae: Friderici Pustet, 1957. Autumnalis, Verna.

Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae / Desclee et Socii-

  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Juxta Typicam. Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii,1922- Hiemalis (3), Autumn.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Juxta Editionem Typicam. Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii,1923. Verna, Aestiva (2), Autumnalis (2), Hiemalis.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Juxta Typicam Amplificata. Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii, 1936.Verna, Autumnalis, Hiemalis.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Juxta Typicam Amplificata. Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii, 1942- Aestiva (2), Hiemalis, Autumnalis.
  • Breviarium Romanum… Editio Juxta Typicam Amplificata. Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii, 1952- Aestiva,
  • Breviarium Romanum… cum textu Psalmorum e Vulgata Bibliorum Editione. Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii,1961. Tomus Prior.



Religious Breviaries-


  • Breviarium Cistercianese. Belgium: Abbatiae Westmallensis, 1885. (2 vols only- Autumnalis & Vernalis). Fair bindings, solid, one with Monastic Library stamps to endpaper. 
  • Breviarium Cistercianese. Belgium: Abbatiae Westmallensis, 1885. (Autumnalis volume only), Fair cloth binding, some page staining throughout. Useable copy. 
  • Breviarium Cistercianese. Belgium: Abbatiae Westmallensis, 1907. (Autumnalis volume only). Fair black leatherette binding, bumped. 
  • Breviarium Monasticum Pro Omnibus Sub Regula SS. P.N. Benedicti. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1871. (4 Vols) Quarter Leather, good. Clean pages. 
  • Breviarium Monasticum Pro Omnibus Sub Regula SS. P.N. Benedicti. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1926 &1939. (4 Vols) Composite set, in slightly varying Black leater bindings, some ink inscriptions, Good user set. 
  • Breviarium Monasticum Pro Omnibus Sub Regula SS. P.N. Benedicti. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1926. (3 of 4 Vols- Verna, Aestivalis, Autumnalis). Composite set, in slightly varying Black leather bindings, some inscriptions, good to fair, some binding wear to Autumnalis volume)
  • Breviarium Monasticum Pro Omnibus Sub Regula SS. P.N. Benedicti. Mechliniae: H. Dessain, 1926. (2 of 4 Vols- Vernalis & Autumnalis). Fair non-matching jibindings, ink inscriptions, 
  • Breviarium Romano-Seraphicum (3 Vols- Verna, Autumnalis, Aestiva) Fuldae: Aloys Maier, 1930. Good black leather bindings, worn gilt edges. Good. 
  • Breviarium Romano-Seraphicum. (Single Volume Office Book) Romae: Typographia Pax et Bonum, 1951. With Supplement. With Supplements. Black-Leather- Fair-Good. Tape repair to title page
  • Breviarium Romano-Seraphicum. (Single Volume Office Book) Ad Claras Aquas: Typis Colegii S. Bonaventurae, 1920. With Supplement. With Supplements. Black-Leather- Fair.
  • Breviarium Romano-Seraphicum. (Single Volume Office Book) Ad Claras Aquas: Typis Colegii S. Bonaventurae, 1920. With Supplements. Black-Leather- Good.
  • Breviarium Romano-Seraphicum. (Single Volume Office Book) Ad Claras Aquas: Typis Colegii S. Bonaventurae, 1920. With Supplement. Black-Leather- Good.
  • Breviarium Romano-Seraphicum. (Single Volume Office Book) Vatican City: Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis, 1938. Black Leather binding- Good. Clean Copy.




English Breviaries-


  • The Roman Breviary (Trans. John, Marquis of Bute). Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1908. Vol. III only (Summer). Worn original cloth, bumped & faded.
  • The Roman Breviary (Trans. John, Marquis of Bute). Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1879. Vol I only (Winter). Worn Cloth boards, re-backed with library cloth spine, Ex. Lib bookplate, a few annotations. 


Post-Vatican II Breviaries and Office Books-


  • The Daily Office Vol. III: A Book of Hours for Daily Prayer after the Use of the Order of St. Luke for The Great Fifty Days (Easter through Pentecost). Akron, OH: Order of St. Luke Publications, 1994. Good, paperback, some shelf wear, Embossed library stamp to title page. 
  • Daily Prayer from the Divine Office: Morning and Evening Prayer, Prayer During the Day, Night Prayer. London: Collins, 1974. Poor leatherette binding, shaken, Useable copy. 5GBP
  • Daily Prayer from the Divine Office: Morning and Evening Prayer, Prayer During the Day, Night Prayer. London: Collins, 1974. Good stout rebinding, blue cloth. inscription to half title page, clean text. Very Good. 
  • The Prayer of the Church: Interim Version of the New Roman Breviary. London: Geoffrey Chapman, 1972. 4 Copies in clean original gilt stamped plastic covers- 15GBP each; 8 copies paperback, in poor condition- 5GBP each. 
  • The Prayer of the Church: Interim Version of the New Roman Breviary. London: Geoffrey Chapman, 1972. Several copies of the thin paperback Supplements, Vols. 1-5. Some copies Ex. Prinknash Abbey Library with bookplates. Good. Set of parts 1-5 included with purchase of plastic covered copies of the Above, whilst stocks last. 




Foreign Language Breviaries, Rituals and Office Books-


  • Het Romeinsch Brevier. Turnhout: N.V. Etablissementen Brepols, 1934. (Two Vols only- Zomerdeel & Winterdeel). very good & poor bindings, ownership inscription)
  • Dagmisboek Vesperale. Leuven: Uitgaven Van De Keizersberg, 1959. Good. Black Leatherette, Gilt Edges.
  • Laien-Rituale Das Buch des Lebens von Pius Parsch. Wien: Volksliturgisches Apostat, 1932. Good, ex monastic library with bookplate and card. Liturgical movement illustrations, text mostly in Fraktur.
  • Recueil Pieux A L’Usage des Soeurs de la Providence de Montreal, Canada. Tournai: Desclee et Cie. 1909. Quarter Leather, good.
  • Ritual de La Consagracion de un Obispo. Monastario de Montserrat, 1941. Hardback with pictorial cover, spine detached, Monastic Bookplate to inside cover, Fair.


Anglican Office Books-


  • Book of Common Prayer. Oxford: University Press, 1899. Fine red morocco, Solid act gold corners & Cross, Gilt page edges. Ink inscription to cover. 25GBP
  • Book of Common Prayer for use in the Church in Wales, Vol. I. Church in Wales, 1984. Reprinted 1999. Green cloth, gilt stamped cover, Good.
  • Book of Common Prayer according to the use of the Church in Ireland. Dublin: Association for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1960. Fine, Gilt edges, Red limp morocco leather, gilt stamped edges inside cover. 7.50GBP
  • The Day Hours of the Church of England. London: Joseph Masters, 1872. Cloth, faded, spine damaged, Ex. Selwyn College Library with bookplates and stamps. 
  • The Day Hours of the Church. London: Longmans Green & Co. 1950 Revised Ed. Black Cloth, Ex. Wesley House, Cambridge Library with various inscriptions, bookplates etc. Sound binding, clean text.  
  • The Monastic Diurnal…With Additional Rubrics and Devotions for its Recitation in accordance with The Book Common Prayer. London: Oxford University Press, 1957. Inscriptions and pasted in image of St. Benedict to Endpapers. Binding faded, hinges splitting. Fair. 
  • Book of Common Prayer, 29 Copies, large and small, fine to poor. 
  • Proper Lessons to be read at Morning and Evening Prayer on Sundays and other Holy Days throughout the year. Oxford: University Press, 1867. Black leather, stout heavy binding, foxing to endpapers, good clean text. Good-Very Good.
  • Order of the Administration of the Lord’s Supper with the Additions Proposed in 1928. Cambridge: University Press, 1958. Red faded morocco, worn gilt edges, fair-good. 6GBP


Anglican Liturgical Books-


  • Alternative Service Book 1980- 12 Hardback Copies. 
  • A Liturgy for Africa. London: S.P.C.K. 1967. Pamphlet, small ink inscription to title page, otherwise very good.
  • Book of Common Prayer, arranged by Richard Mant. Oxford: W. Baxter, 1825. Large Church size, full brown leather, v. good. Inscription to endpaper.
  • Legg, J. Wickham. ‘The Reformed Breviary of Cardinal Tommas’. London: S.P.C.K. / The Church Historical Society, 1904. Large pamphlet in paper wraps, chipped cover, detached. Poor.
  • [Music]- Various Organ accompaniments printed by St. Mary’s Press, Wantage: Paschal Proclamation (1978), The Thanksgiving, Series III (1978), Office of Vespers of the Blessed Sacrament (1970s). Good.
  • Notes on Ceremonial from the Ancient English Office Books (2nd Edition, Revised & Enlarged). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1882. Cloth Hardback, remains of labels inside front board, ink inscription to inside front board, pencil inscription to page facing title page, some foxing to endpapers, Good overall.
  • Notes on Ceremonial from the Ancient English Office Books (2nd Edition, Revised & Enlarged). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1882. Cloth Hardback, front board detached, spine splitting, ex Theological Library with bookplate and ink inscription to front inside board, tape to spine,foxing to endpapers, Fair. 50GBP
  • Notes on Ceremonial from the Ancient English Office Books (3rd Edition, Revised & Enlarged). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1888. Binding Poor- spine covered with brown paper, boars worn and corners bumped, endpapers marked, ink inscription to half title and rear endpaper, text good. Reading copy or for re-binding.  
  • Notes on Ceremonial from the Ancient English Office Books (3rd Edition, Revised & Enlarged). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1888. Binding fair- corners bumped, edgewear, cracking to hinges, Text good.
  • Notes on Ceremonial from the Ancient English Office Books (5th Edition, Revised & Enlarged). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1911. Binding good, text clean, a very nice copy.
  • Notes on Ceremonial from the Ancient English Office Books (5th Edition, Revised & Enlarged). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1911. Binding fair- corners bumped, edge wear, cracking to hinges, ink inscription to half title, Text good.
  • Priest’s Ceremonial: The Order of Holy Communion with Private Prayers for the Celebrant and Directions for the Reverent Administration of the Sacrament from ‘Notes on Ceremonial’ (Third Edition). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1914. Binding good, corners bumped, embossed private library stamp to endpaper and half title. Text very clean. Overall a very nice copy.
  • Priest’s Ceremonial: The Order of Holy Communion with Private Prayers for the Celebrant and Directions for the Reverent Administration of the Sacrament from ‘Notes on Ceremonial’ (Second Edition). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1895. Binding fair-good, spine hinges slightly cracking, corners bumped, sticker to half title, text clean.
  • Priest’s Ceremonial: The Order of Holy Communion with Private Prayers for the Celebrant and Directions for the Reverent Administration of the Sacrament from ‘Notes on Ceremonial’ (First Edition). London: Pickering & Chatto, 1888. Binding fair, spine cracking, ink inscription to half title, text clean.
  • The Church of South India. ‘The Book of Common Worship’. London: Oxford University Press, 1963. Cloth, wear to spine. Ex. St. Albans Cathedral Library with stickers & stamp. Fair-Good. 
  • The English Missal (3rd Ed. Altar Size). London: W. Knott & Sons, 1934. Full Morocco, front board detached, corners bumped, sections cut out of front endpaper, chipping to endpaper, general wear, poor-fair only.
  • The Priest to the Altar or Aids to the Devout Celebration of Holy Communion chiefly after The Ancient Use of Sarum. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. London: Rivingtons, 1879. Full Morocco, spine splitting, ink inscriptions to endpapers, Fair. 
  • The Priest to the Altar or Aids to the Devout Celebration of Holy Communion chiefly after The Ancient Use of Sarum. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. London: Rivingtons, 1879. Full Morocco, worn, boards detached, ink inscriptions to endpapers, Poor binding, text clean with foxing to endpapers. Inscribed by VERNON STALEY to endpapers, 1884. 75GBP
  • The Priest to the Altar or Aids to the Devout Celebration of Holy Communion chiefly after The Ancient Use of Sarum. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. London: Rivingtons, 1879. Full Morocco, ink inscription to endpapers, Good.
  • The Priest to the Altar or Aids to the Devout Celebration of Holy Communion chiefly after The Ancient Use of Sarum. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1910. Cloth Hardback, label removed from front inside board, corners bumped, Good. 65GBP.
  • The Priest to the Altar or Aids to the Devout Celebration of Holy Communion chiefly after The Ancient Use of Sarum. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1910. Cloth Hardback, spine detached, Parish Library stamp to endpapers, Fair only. 
  • The Ritual of the Altar: Containing the Office of Holy Communion, with Rubrical Directions, Private Prayers and Ritual Music. London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1870. Cloth binding, in good condition, with slight wear to corners and top of spine, slight bubbling to cloth, but overall a very good copy of this early Anglo-Catholic ritual book.
  • The Ritual of the Altar: Containing the Office of Holy Communion, with Rubrical Directions, Private Prayers and Ritual Music. London: Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer, 1878. Poor, damp stained, chipped, worn, spine missing, etc.
  • The Ritual of the Altar: Containing the Office of Holy Communion, with Rubrical Directions, Private Prayers and Ritual Music. London: Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer, 1878. Fair. Full Morocco binding by Gregory of Bath, spine detached, Clerical Bookplate, Text clean, Fair. 
  • The Ritual of the Altar: Containing the Office of Holy Communion, with Rubrical Directions, Private Prayers and Ritual Music. London: Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer, 1878. Half Vellum and red cloth binding, foxed, crude tape repairs to endpapers and title page hinges. Fair only.
  • Time to Pray: Prayer During the Day and Night Prayer from Common Woship: Daily Prayer. London: Church House Publishing, 2006. Leather soft binding, Very Good.
  • Tilby, Angela. ‘The Little Office Book’. Berkhamsted: Arthur James,1998. Pictorial Hardcover, Very Good.


Missale Romanum (Altar Size)-


  • Typis Societas S. Joannis Evangelistae, Desclee & Socii, 1948. Very Good, Gilt edges, Gilt stamped full bray-blue leather binding by A. Hamers Co. New York. Tabs. 



Missale Romanum (Hand Missals, Pre-Vatican II)-


  • The New English Missal. Birmingham: C. Goodliffe Neale Ltd. 1965. Red plastic leatherette, Fair, ink mark to page edges, binding discoloured. Scarce transitional missal. 
  • Roman Hand Missals- Daily & Sunday Missals, 1950s-1960s. 35 copies, various publishers in good to fair condition.
  • Paroissien Royal (Latin-French). Paris: Chez Le Fuel, Libraries Rue S. Jacques, c.1816. Brown calf, armorial gilt stamp to cover, later bookplate and  donors label of Prinknash Abbey. Good, but spine detached but present. Text mostly clean with v.slight foxing. 


Fr. Lasance Missal- 1944.

St. Andrew Daily Missal (Dom Gaspar Lefebvre)- 1951, 1954, 1960 (x2),

Fulton J. Sheen Sunday Missal- 1961.

St. Joseph Continuous Sunday Missal- 1950, 1961 (x2), 1963,

Burns & Oates- 1904, 1920, 1938, 1958,

Burns & Oates/Mame ‘Layman’s Missal’- 1962 (x2),

Laverty & Co- 1954, 1961,

Laverty ‘Small Roman Missal’- 1944, 1951,

Goodliffe- 1956, 1962,

Desclee- 1925, 1926,

Kennedy & Sons, N.Y.- 1920s,

Faucheaux (small)- 1936,

Brepols (small)- 1951,




Rituale-


  • Manuale Officiorum Quorundam ex Ordine Administrandi Sacramenta Excerptorum. Derby: Thomas Richardson, 1872. Small, binding poor, hinges cracked, well used. 


Pre-Vatican II Catholic Prayer & Devotional Books—


  • 29th International Eucharistic Congress, Sydney, Australia, Sept. 6th-9th 1928. Printed card folder containing paper pamphlet and series of prints of Pope Pius IX and various Australian prelates and churchmen, good.
  • Bonomelli, Mgr (Bishop of Cremona). ‘On Religious Worship & Some Defects in Popular Devotions’. London: Burns & Oates, 1907. Cloth Hardback, binding faded and mottled, text clean, fair-good overall. 
  • Goossens, Fr. Mathias (Ed.) ‘With the Church: Meditations on the Missal and the Breviary’. Haarlem: J.H. Gutter, Antwerp, 1962. Good, Black leatherette binding, slight wear to corners, slight creasing to half title page. 
  • Duhr, Joseph. ‘The Glorious Assumption of the Mother of God’. London: Burns Oates, 1951. Cloth hardback, Library stamps to endpaper, plastic covering to boards with tape marks to endpapers, Fair-good.
  • Heuser, Rev. Herman. ‘Autobiography of an Old Breviary’. New York: Benzinger Brothers, 1925. Seminary library stamps to title page and endpapers. Binding worn but sound, damage to spine title labels, ink stains to bottom page edges and darkening overall. 
  • The Manual of Catholic Prayer. London: Burns & Oates, 1962. Very good black leatherette binding, very clean copy. 
  • The Manual of Catholic Prayer. London: Burns & Oates, 1962. Good black leatherette binding, ownership inscription. 
  • The Stations of the Cross. Printed by Thomas Barry at the Sower Press, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. 100 copies printed, small illustrated booklet, paper covers, initialled by Barry on colophon page. Owners name in ink on title page. Near fine, small red stain to back cover. Rare.
  • Martindale, C.C. ‘The Mind of the Missal’. London: Sheed & Ward, 1929. Cloth hardback, spine darkened, long inscription to endpaper, slight foxing, good overall.
  • Messenger, Rev. E.C. ‘The Sunday Collects Simply Explained (Second Edition, Revised & Enlarged)’. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1946. Cloth Hardback, Ex. Library, with spine label only, no other stamps or marks, Very good overall.
  • Molloy, Gerald. ‘The Passion Play at Ober Ammergau’. London: Burns, Oates and Co. 1872. Stamped Hardcover, monastic library stamps to endpaper and contents page, marks to rear endpaper. Very Good overall.
  • My Daily Psalm Book (Arranged by Fr. Frey).New York: Confraternity of the Precious Blood, 1947. Undated reprint, Small Paperback with leatherette Covers. As New.
  • My Way of Life: The Summa Simplified for Everyone. New York: Confraternity of the Precious Blood, 1952. Undated reprint, Small Paperback with leatherette Covers. As New.
  • Proctor, J. ‘The Catholic Creed: What do Catholics Believe?’. Westminster: Art & Book Company, 1907. Cloth Hardback, spine faded, some foxing, Good.
  • Thurston, Herbert. ‘Familiar Prayers: Their Origin and History’. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1953. Cloth hardback, spine sunned, slight damage to top edge of front board, trimming error to corner of one page, otherwise very good.




Liturgical Study (Pre- and Post Vatican II Roman Catholic)—


  • Baxter, Philip. ‘Sarum Use: The Development of a Medieval code of Liturgy and Customs’. Salisbury: Sarum Script, 1994. Paperback, corners of cover creased, Good otherwise.
  • Candole, Henri De. ‘The Sacraments and the Church: A Study in the Corporate Nature of Christianity’. London: A.R. Mowbray, 1935. Cloth Hardback, spine faded, hinges slightly worn, Library stamp to endpaper, Good.
  • Coventry, John. ‘The Breaking of Bread: A Short History of the Mass’. London: Sheed & Ward, 1950. Cloth Hardback, religious library stamp and stickers to endpaper, and spine.
  • Coventry, John. ‘The Breaking of Bread: A Short History of the Mass’. London: Sheed & Ward, 1950. Cloth Hardback with Dustjacket, ink inscription to endpaper, very good.
  • Daniel-Rops, Henri & Sheen, Fulton J. ‘This is The Mass’. Kingswood, Surrey: The World’s Work (1913) Ltd. 1960. Hardback, quarter cloth, some fading and marks to boards, Text Clean, Good. 
  • De Lubac, Henri. ‘The Splendour of the Church’. London: Sheed & Ward Stagbooks, 1956, Reprinted 1979. Paperback, Good with half title page clipped.
  • Dijk, S.J.P & Hazelden Walker, J. ‘The Myth of the Aumbry: Notes on Medieval Reservation Practice and Eucharistic Devotion’. London: Burns Oates, 1957. Paperback, good.
  • Dix, Dom Gregory. ‘The Shape of the Liturgy’ (Second Edition). London: Dacre Press/Adam & Charles Black, 1964. Hardback with Dustjacket, very good, slight wear to jacket extremities,  price clipped, Institutional bookplate to front pastedown.  A nice copy. 
  • Dix, Dom Gregory. ‘The Shape of the Liturgy’ (Second Edition). London: Adam & Charles Black, 1982. Hardback with Dustjacket, very good, slight wear to jacket extremities, ink inscription to front endpaper.
  • Dix, Dom Gregory. ‘A Detection of Aumbries with other Notes on the History of Reservation’. Westminster: Dacre Press, 1944. Paperback, good.
  • Dix, Dom Gregory. ‘A Detection of Aumbries with other Notes on the History of Reservation’. Westminster: Dacre Press, 1954. Paperback, very good.
  • English in the Liturgy: A Symposium (Ed. Charles Cunliffe). London: Burns & Oates, 1956. Paperback, Ex. Seminary Library with stamps and markings, fair.
  • Duchesne, L. ‘Christian Worship: Its Origin and Development’. Fourth Edition. London: S.P.C.K. 1956. Hardback with Dustjacket, Very Good. 
  • Every, George. ‘The Mass’. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1978. Hardback with Dustjacket (general wear), Ink Inscription to half title, SIGNED by AUTHOR. Good.
  • Fortescue, Adrian & O’Connell, J.B. ‘The Ceremonies of the Roman Rite Described’ (Tenth Edition). London: Burns Oates & Washbourne Ltd. 1958. Cloth Hardback, spine and back board faded, very good overall. 24GBP
  • Frere, Walter Howard. ‘The Use of Sarum’. First Pub. Cambridge University Press, 1898. This Copy a Print on Demand reprint by Forgotten Books, Paperback. 
  • Froude, James A. ‘Lectures on The Council of Trent delivered at Oxford 1892-3’. London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1896. Cloth Hardback, binding faded and scuffed, ink inscription to half title. Good. 
  • Griffiths, Alan. ‘We Give you Thanks and Praise: The Ambrosian Eucharistic Prefaces’. Norwich: Canterbury Press, 1999. New Paperback.
  • Hughes, Dom Anselm. ‘Liturgical Dictionary for Music Students’. Boston, Mass: McLaughlin & Reilly Co. 1951. S/P. Stamped name to title page, staples removed, ink marks throughout covered with small pieces of glued on paper. As seen.
  • Jones, C., Wainwright G. & Yarnold, E. (Eds). ‘The Study of Liturgy’. London: S.P.C.K. 1979. Paperback, general wear, fair-good.
  • Lefebvre, Dom Gaspar. ‘How to Understand the Mass’. Bruges: St. Andrew’s Abbey / The Liturgical Crusade, c.1930s. Paper pamphlet, pages separated from cover sheet, condition fair only but fragile so rare survival with charming Liturgical Movement artwork.
  • Martos, Joseph. ‘Doors to the Sacred: A Historical Introduction to Sacraments in the Catholic Church (Expanded Edition). Liguori, Missouri: Liguori Publications/ Triumph, 1991. Paperback, general wear, fair-good.
  • Maskell, William. ‘The Ancient Liturgy of the Church of England according to the Uses of Sarum, Bangor, York & Hereford and the Modern Roman Liturgy’. Second Edition. London: William Pickering, 1846. Ex. Cathedral Library with bookplate to inside cover, binding poor, spine missing. 
  • Murphy, Denis. ‘The Sacristan’s Manual’. London: Burns Oates, 1950. Cloth Hardback, spine faded, good.
  • Mutationes In Breviario et Missali Romano ad Normam Constitutionis Apostolicae Divino Affiatu. Pars I- In Breviario. Romae: Typis Polyglottis Vaticanis, 1913. Paperback, with tape repairs to corner of covers, ex institutional library with stamp on title page and front cover, plus sticker to inside cover. Scarce. 25GBP.
  • Palmer, Rev. William. ‘Origines Liturgicae, or Antiquities of The English Ritual, and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies’ (Two Volumes) Fourth Edition). London: Francis  Rivington, 1845. Cloth binding, fair, spine labels intact but darkened, binding sound with cracking to inner hinges, cloth faded and marked, ink inscription to front pastedowns. Rare.
  • Palmer, Rev. William. ‘Origines Liturgicae, or Antiquities of The English Ritual, and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies’ (Two Volumes). Vol. 1- (Third Edition) Oxford: University Press, 1839. Half leather binding- poor, with boards detached, spine missing, text good, with ink inscription to endpaper. Vol 2- (Fourth Edition) London: Francis  Rivington, 1845. Cloth binding, poor- spine damaged, text overall clean but upper corners dog-eared in many places. Composite Reading set. Rare.
  • Ratzinger, Joseph Cardinal. ‘The Spirit of the Liturgy’. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2000. Hardback with dust jacket (general wear), ink inscription to endpaper, Good.
  • Schulte, Rev. A.J. ‘Benedicenda: Rites and Ceremonies to be Observed in Some of the Principal Functions of the Roman Pontifical and the Roman Ritual’. New York: Benzinger Bros. 1907. Faded cloth binding, inscriptions to endpapers and cathedral library blind stamp title page. Good sound copy. 
  • Withey, Donald. ‘Catholic Worship: An Introduction to Liturgy’. Bury St. Edmunds: Kevin Mayhew Ltd. 1990. Paperback, Theological Library Sticker to inside cover, Good. (2 Copies)




Post-Vatican II Liturgical Books-


  • Gallen, J., Fink, P., Hogan, J. ‘Eucharistic Liturgies: Studies in American Pastoral Liturgy’. New York: Newman Press, 1969. Cloth Hardback, 1969. Library stamp and sticker to front endpaper, rusty paperclip marks to several pages, therefore fair. 
  • Gallen, J., Fink, P., Hogan, J. ‘Eucharistic Liturgies: Studies in American Pastoral Liturgy’. New York: Newman Press, 1969. Cloth Hardback, 1969. Cloth Hardback with Dustjacket (spine faded, slight wear), Very Good overall.
  • The Revised Roman Missal for study and comment by the Bishops of the member countries of the International Committee on English in the Liturgy, Inc., Toronto, Canada. Washington, D.C.: Secretariat of the international Committee on English in the Liturgy, Inc., 1971. Large Paperback, Ex. Monastic Library with bookplate and library card, covers faded with slight creasing, stains/marks to page edges, corners bumped. Rare internal review version!


Anglo-Catholic-

  • Anson, Peter. ‘Bishops at Large’. London: Faber & Faber, 1964. Faded worn blue cloth binding, poor; inscription to endpaper, text clean. Reading Copy.
  • Dearmer, Percy. ‘The Parson’s Handbook’ (12th edition). Oxford: Humphrey Milford, 1943. V.Good, with ink inscription to endpaper. 
  • Dolling, Robert. ‘Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum’. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1897. Cloth Hardback, boards marked, corners bumped, Good.
  • O’Neill, R. J. de C. ‘A Modern Pilgrimage’ Caldey Island: The Priory Publishing Co. 1931. Blue cloth, good, with general wear and foxing to endpapers and page edges. One plate missing. 
  • Osbourne, Charles. ‘The Life of Father Dolling’. London: Edward Arnold, 1903. Cloth hardback, slight foxing, very good. 
  • Report of the Anglo-Catholic Congress, London, July 1927. London: Society of SS. Peter & Paul, 1928. Cloth, damage to edges of boards, text clean.
  • Report of the Anglo-Catholic Congress, London, July 1927. London: Society of SS. Peter & Paul, 1928. Cloth, stain to front board, text clean.
  • Report of the First Anglo-Catholic Priest’s Convention: General Subject- Priestly Efficiency, Oxford, July 1921. London: Society of SS. Peter & Paul, 1921. Cloth, corners bumped, Ex. Theological College Library with usual stickers and two ink inscription to endpaper, text clean.
  • Ritual Notes (Eighth Edition) London: W. Knott & Son, 1935. Cloth Hardback, ink inscription to endpapers, Very Good.
  • The English Catholic Hymn Book. London: W. Knott & Son, 1966. Revised Ed. Small, faded blue cloth binding, corners bumped, writing on endpapers.
  • The Tunes of the Clumber Hymnal. London: Novello & Co. 1904. Gilt stamped cloth, torn corner of endpaper, Good. 
  • The Warhead Guild Handbook (Second Edition). London: A.R. Mowbray & Co. 1963. Hardback with Dustjacket, Ex. Public Library with usual stamps and stickers.
  • Wyatt, E.G.P. ‘English or Roman Use’ (Alcuin Club Tract XI) London: Mowbray & Co. 1913. Thin,  Quarter Cloth binding, spine missing, corners chipped, good inside, slight foxing. 


Anglican-


  • Abba, Raymond. ‘Principles of Christian Worship: With Special Reference to the Free Churches’. Oxford: University Press, 1960. Cloth Hardback, Ex Libris and ink inscription to front endpapers, Good.
  • Act of Parliament for rebuilding Christ Church, Bristol, 18th of May 1784. London: Charles Eyre & William Strahan, 1785. Large pamphlet in plain paper wraps. Good.
  • Hubbard, Elbert. ‘The Man of Sorrows’. East Aurora, N.Y.: Roycrofters, 1908. Quarter Leather, wear to suede spine, good. 12GBP
  • Langstaff, John Brett. ‘The Holy Communion in Great Britain and America’. Oxford: Humphrey Milford/Oxford University Press, 1919. Cloth Hardback, general wear, board edges & corners bumped, Private library stamp to endpaper, Good.
  • Neep, E.J.C. & Edinger, George. ‘A Handbook of Church Law for the Clergy’. London: A.R. Mowbray, 1930. Hardback, some wear and fading to boards, Good.
  • Prayer Book of Queen Elizabeth 1559. London: Griffith Farran Okeden & Welsh, 1890. Cloth hardcover, ownership sticker to endpapers, some underlining, Good overall.
  • The Parish Communion: A Book of Essays (Ed. A.G. Herbert). London: S.P.C.K. 1937. Hardback with Dustjacket; Dustjacket- spine faded, general wear price clipped; front board discoloured, ink inscription to endpaper, Good.
  • Reservation: Report of a Conference held at Farnham Castle on October 24-27, 1925. London: S.P.C.K. 1926. Cloth Hardcover, spine sunnedm ink inscription to endpaper, good.
  • Wigan, Bernard. ‘The Liturgy in English’ Second Edition. London: Oxford University Press, 1964. Ex theological library with stamps to title page and stickers to spine, good.
  • Wilson, Thomas. ‘The Lord’s Supper. London: Rivingtons, 1869. Small, stamped cloth cover, ink inscription to endpaper, good.


Eastern Christianity (Orthodox & Roman Catholic)—


  • Coomler, David. ‘The Icon Handbook: A guide to understanding Icons and the Liturgy, Symbols and Practices of the Russian Orthodox Church’. Springfield, IL: Templegate Publishers, 1995. Paperback, fair-good, covers and page edges slightly marked. 9GBP
  • Dawes, Elizabeth & Baynes, Norman (Trans.). ‘Three Byzantine Saints: Contemporary Biographies of St. Daniel the Stylite, St. Theodore of Sykeon & St. John the Almsgiver’. New York: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1977. Paperback, general slight wear and darkening of page edges but overall good-very good.
  • Liesel, Rev. N. ’Eastern Catholic Liturgies: A Study in Words and Pictures’. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1960. Hardback with dust jacket, Dustjacket fair with barcode labels stuck on front and back, and general wear, book good, with ink inscription to endpaper.
  • Liesel, Rev. N. ’Eastern Catholic Liturgies: A Study in Words and Pictures’. Westminster, Maryland: The Newman Press, 1960. Hardback with general and spine wear, with ink inscriptions to endpapers.
  • Liesel, Rev. N. ‘The Eucharistic Liturgies of the Eastern Churches’. Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 1963. Large orange cloth binding, very clean with only slight bumping to corners and slight wear overall. A nice copy.
  • Liesel, Rev. N. ‘The Eucharistic Liturgies of the Eastern Churches’. Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 1963. Large orange cloth binding, slightly marked, with library tape to spine, bumped corners, erased ink inscription to endpaper and Catholic library stamp to endpaper and half title, library card pocket and date due labels to rear endpapers. Shaken. 
  • The Russian Orthodox Church: Organisation, Situation, Activity. Moscow: Moscow Patriarchate, 1960s. Good, Brown leatherette binding, corners bumped, spine slightly sunned. 
  • Talbot Rice, David. ‘Russian Icons’. London: The King Penguin Books, 1947. Good, foxing to endpapers, spine sunned and cover somewhat discoloured.
  • Waddams, Herbert. ‘Meeting the Orthodox Churches’. London: SCM Press, 1964. Hardback with Dustjacket (some chipping and wear), ink signature to endpaper, Very Good overall.
  • Webber, Archimandrite Meletios. ‘Bread & Water, Wine & Oil: An Orthodox Christian Experience of God’. Ben Lomond, CA: Conciliar Press, 2007. Paperback, good-very good.


Traditionalist Roman Catholic—


  • The Ottaviani Intervention: Short Critical Study of the New Mass. Rockford, IL: Tan Books and Publishers, Inc. 1992. Thin paperback, slight wear, fair-good. 
  • Mosebach, Martin. ‘The Heresy of Formlessness: The Roman Liturgy and its Enemy’. San Francisco’: Ignatius Press, 2003. Paperback, almost as new.
  • Williamson, Bishop Richard. ‘Letters from the Rector Volume II: The Winona Letters, Part 1’. Overland Park, Kansas: True Restoration Press, 2008. Paperback, Very good. With an original printed copy of one of the newsletters inserted between the relevant reprint. 



Priesthood/Religious/Monastic Books—


  • Anglican Religious Communities: A Directory of Principles and Practice. Issued by The Advisory Council for Religious Communities (3rd Edition, New & Revised). Oxford: SLG Press, 1976. Thin Paperback, good.
  • A Directory of Religious Communities of the Anglican Church in the Americas. Palm Desert, CA: The Society of St. Paul, 1982. Pamphlet, good.
  • Anson, Peter. ‘Building up the Waste Places: The Revival of Monastic Life on Medieval Lines in the Post-Reformation Church of England’. Leighton Buzzard: The Faith Press, 1973. Hardback with dustjacket, Ex. Public Library with usual stamps and stickers. 
  • Anson, Peter. ‘The Call of the Cloister: Religious Communities and Kindred bodies in the Anglican Communion’. London: S.P.C.K. 1958. Cloth binding, faded and marked, text clean. (2 copies in similar condition)
  • Anson, Peter. ‘The Call of the Cloister: Religious Communities and Kindred bodies in the Anglican Communion’. London: S.P.C.K. 1958. Cloth binding, faded, ink signature to endpaper, text clean. (2 copies in similar condition)
  • Anson, Peter. ‘The Call of the Cloister: Religious Communities and Kindred bodies in the Anglican Communion’. London: S.P.C.K. 1958. Cloth binding, faded, Ex . University Library with the usual stamps and stickers, ink inscription to endpaper, spine damaged, spine hinge cracked, 
  • Batten, Helen. ‘Sisters of the East End: The Real Stories of the Sisters who inspired Call the Midwife’. London: Ebury Press, 2013. Paperback, as new.
  • Burne, Kathleen (Ed.) ‘The Life and Letters of Father Andrew S.D.C.’. London: A.R. Mowbray, 1961. Cloth, Good.
  • Concannon, Helena. ‘At His Feet: The Story of the foundation of the Franciscan Convent of Perpetual Adoration, Drumshanbo, County Leitrim’. Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son, Ltd. 1948. Paperback, good. (3 Copies). 
  • David, Father D. ‘The Religious State (Revised & Enlarged by Rev. Father A. Verny, S.M.). Lyon: Librairie Catholique Emmanuel Vittie, 1927. In English, Quarter leather with wear to leader of spine, corners bumped & worn, darkening to page edges.
  • Escribano, E. ‘The Priest at Prayer’. Dublin: Clonmore & Reynolds Limited, 1956. Hardback with dust jacket. Dust jacket fair only, book good with noviciate library stamp to half title.
  • Escribano, E. ‘The Priest at Prayer’. Dublin: Clonmore & Reynolds Limited, 1956. Hardback with dust jacket. Dust jacket fair only, book good with ink inscription to endpaper.
  • Forder, Charles. ‘The Parish Priest at Work’. London: S.P.C.K. 1949. Faded blue cloth, wear to hinges, ink signature to endpaper. Text clean.
  • Graf, Dom Earnest. ‘Abbot of Buckfast: A Study of Anscar Vonier’. London: Burns & Oates, Cardinal Books, 1957. Paperback, ink inscription to inside cover, Good. 
  • Guide to Catholic Sisterhoods in the United States (Compiled by Thomas P. McCarthy). Washingon, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1964. Victorian guide to American Religious Sisterhoods. Paperback, good with bumped corners and some fading/ discolouration to cover. 
  • Missionaries for the Lord: A Resource Guide and Directory of Catholic Church Vocations for Men’ (2nd Edition). New York: Paulist Press, 1981. Pictorial guide to American religious orders. Large paperback, library label to spine, Catholic library sticker to title page and library stamp to next page, fair condition, creasing to cover corners and general wear. 
  • Marmion, Dom Columba. ‘Christ- the Ideal of the Priest (Trans. Dom Matthew Dillon’. London: Sands & Co. 1952. Green cloth binding, very good with slight bumping, convent library sticker to endpaper, text very clean, a nice copy overall.
  • The Oscotian: Bishop Ullathorne: The Story of his life; Selected letters, with facsimile; 4 Portraits of His Lordship; Views of Coventry Church & Oscott College. London: Burns & Oates, 1886. The Oscotian, No.17, New Series, July 1886. Decorated gilt stamped red cloth, overall very fine condition, text clean, spine faded, corners of binding bumped and some staining to rear board.
  • Pollen, Anne. ‘Mother Mabel Digby: Fifth Superior General of the Society of the Sacred Heart 1835-1911’. London: John Murray, 1920. Fair Cloth binding, hinges cracking, spine sunned, library stamp, ink inscription and booksellers sticker to endpaper. Text clean.
  • Sabine, Maureen. ‘Veiled Desires: Intimate Portrayals of Nuns in Postwar Anglo-American Film. New York: Fordham University Press, 2013. PB. Good.
  • Watts, John. ‘A Canticle of Love: The Story of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception’. Edinburgh: John Donald, 2006. Paperback, owners label on inside cover, good. 


Ecclesiastical Architecture, Arts, Church Guides etc.—

  • Anderson, M.D. Looking for History in British Churches. London: John Murray, 1957. Hardback with Dustjacket (some creasing and torn section to spine), Edgewear to boards, Good overall.
  • Brittain, F. & B. Manning. ‘Babylon Bruis’d & Mount Moriah Mended; being… a visitatione of all ye Parisshe Churches & College Chapells of Cambridge (2nd Ed). Cambridge: Will. Hefner & Sons, 1948. S/P. Good.
  • Briers, Richard. ‘English Country Churches’. Promotional Reprint Company, 1989. PB. Good.
  • Browne, Edith. ‘Great Buildings and How to Enjoy them: Norman Architecture’. London: A&C Black, 1919. Cloth hardback, some staining to cloth cover, sunned, bookplate to inside cover, text clean.
  • Cathedrals (2nd Edition). Paddington, London: The Great Western Railway, 1926. Hardback with remains of dust jacket. Text clean, very good overall.
  • Cathedrals, Abbeys and Shrines of History and Romance. Derby: London Midland & Scottish Railway Company, 1920s. Pictorial Hardcover, Good. 
  • Church and School Handbook compiled by the editors of ‘Church and School Equipment News’. Morden: The Trade and Technical Press Ltd. 1960s. Hardback with dust jacket (some creasing and wear). Good overall. 
  • Ditchfield, R.H. ‘An Illustrated Guide to the Cathedrals of Great Britain’. London: J.M. Dent, 1902. Cloth Hardback, slightly foxed. Good.
  • Greening Lamborn, E.A. ‘The Parish Church: Its Architecture and Antiquities’. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1936. Hardback with Dustjacket (some chipping)  Very good.
  • Harvey, John. ‘The English Cathedrals’. London: B.T. Batsford,1950. Faded red cloth with slight damage to spine, ink inscription to endpaper, good.
  • Kitzinger, E. & Senior, E. ‘Portraits of Christ’. Harmondsworth: The King Penguin Books, 1940. Pictorial Hardcover, spine covered with cloth tap, ink stamp to endpaper, fair.
  • Lane, Harvey. ‘Illustrated Notes on English Church History Vol. I’. London: S.P.C.K. 1910. Hardback, spine sunned. Good.
  • Morris, Richard. ‘Cathedrals and Abbeys of England and Wales: The Building Church 600-1540’. London: J.M. Dent, 1979. Cloth Hardback, with tatty dustjacket, text clean, Cathedral Library bookplates to inside cover. 
  • Morton, H.V. ‘The Waters of Rome’. London: The Connoisseur, 1966. Hardback with dust jacket (slightly sunned and wear to extremities), ink inscription to half-title. Good.
  • Nicholson, C.B. ‘England’s Greater Churches: A pictorial survey’ (2nd Revised Ed.). London: B.T. Batsford, 1946. Quarter cloth hardcover, spine sunned, otherwise very good, text and endpapers clean.
  • Rensselaeur, Schuyler. ‘English Cathedrals’. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1892. Stamped cloth, with slight wear and fading, clean text, Good.
  • Toynbee, J. & Perkins, J.W. ‘The Shrine of St. Peter and the Vatican Excavations. London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1958. Cloth Hardback, slightly faded, Very Good.


Vestments and Church Embroidery—

  • Dearmer, Percy. ‘The Ornaments of the Ministers’. London: A.R. Mowbray, 1908. Stamped cloth hardback (slight fading), ink inscription to endpaper, very good. 
  • Rivers, Margaret. ‘Church Embroidery: A Practical Guide’. Hildenborough: Bishopsgate Press, Ltd. 1992. PB. Ink inscription to title Page, Good.


Rome and Pilgrimage—

  • Crawford, Francis. ‘Ave Roma Immortalis’ Vol. I.  New York: The MacMillan Company, 1899. Stamped Cloth Hardcover, ink inscription to half title, one plate loose. Good.
  • Kissack, Reginald. ‘The Clue to Rome: Introduction to a City’. London: The Epworth Press, 1959. Pictorial Hardcover, Very Good.


Childrens Religious Books—

  • Golden Sunbeams: A Magazine for Children, Volume 1897. London: S.P.C.K. 1897. Stamped pictorial cloth, text heavily illustrated with woodcut style illustrations, black and red printing throughout. Binding faded, splitting to hinges, ink inscription (erased) to title page, damage to last 5 pages and spine. Scarce nonetheless. With extra odd issue (Dec. 1896) tipped into front. 
  • Hollis, Gertrude. ‘Every Child’s Book about the Church’. London: A.R. Mowbray & Co. 1922. Hardback with pictorial cover (wear to corners and foxing, Good.


Misc. Non-Religious—

  • Hasler, Charles. ‘The Royal Arms: Its Graphic and Decorative Development’. London: Jupiter Books, 1980. Large Cloth Harback, corners worn. Fair-Good. 
  • Moffatt, Harold Charles. ‘Old Oxford Plate’. London: Archibald Constable & Co. 1906. Library cloth binding, spine missing and repaired with peeling tape, usual library stamps and stickers, text clean. 
  • Wright, John. ‘The Fruit Growers Guide’ (vols II & III only). London: J.S. Wright Co. 1924. Stamped cloth, text clean, beautiful chromolithograph botanical plates.