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I have owned Camden Lock Books since 1984 & list uncommon, in demand and hard to find books. My book expertise came with many years as Chairman of London P.B.F.A. & exhibiting at bookfairs.

My name is Jason Burley. I learnt the trade as a bookdealer at the former Francis Edwards Ltd. 84 Marylebone High Street, London W1 as a teenager, working alongside the late Alan Mitchell, Reg Remington, Anthony Gilbert and Clive Farahar (expert on books and manuscripts on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow, which he joined in 1986). In 1984 I opened my own independent bookshop in Camden, London NW1. In 2002 I opened a bookshop premises in Old Street, London EC1 and in 2015 I opened Burley Fisher Books, my current bookshop, in Haggerston E4. I was chairman of the PBFA (London) for over four years and exhibited at the monthly Russell Hotel, London PBFA Bookfairs for about fifteen years alongside Bernard Shaphero, Jarndyce Books, Blackwell's Rare Books, Jean Hedger, M.E. Korn, Robert Frew, Sotherans and many others. Under my chairmanship, the PBFA (London) founded and established specialist bookfairs (Military, Travel, Art, Children's books) in London. I now focus on cataloguing books online, while my partner, Sam Fisher, runs the bookshop selling new and secondhand books with a permanent staff of four bookdealers. I retired from bookfairs & the PBFA in about 2000, and engaged with internet bookselling directly through my own website. I have recently updated my website for making my books available for purchase and am busy loading new material onto it daily. IOBA provides an additional layer of confidence to potential clients wanting to buy expensive books from me online, people who have not met me or bought books from me in the past and do not therefore personally know who I am. I would always be delighted to meet you by appointment at my central London rare book-room at home or my bookshop, Burley Fisher Books.

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Danger 66,000 Volts TGM 0038 Submission Stage 2 Rem Koolhaas/Office for Metropolitan Architecture

Title: Danger 66,000 Volts TGM 0038 Submission ... Publisher: Rem Koolhaas/Office for Metropolitan Architecture Publication Date: 1995 Binding: Soft cover Book Condition: Very Good Edition: 1st Edition 282 x220. 36 unnumbered pages, plus eight large folding plans. Diagrams and images throughout. Original buff covers, spiral bound with orange lettered label torn to open access to the inside. Edition of 35, this is copy number 26. Several minor pencil corrections to text errors. This is the Rem Koolhaas/OMA final proposal to convert Bankside power station into Tate Modern. In July 1994 an international competition launched to find an architect to redesign the Bankside Power Station into a gallery of modern art for the Tate. By November, 148 entrants had been reduced to a shortlist of 6: David Chipperfield; OMA/Rem Koolhaas; Renzo Piano; Tadao Ando; Herzog & de Meuron and Jose Rafael Moneo. In January 1995, Herzog & de Meuron won the competition. OMA probably supplied a copy of this to each of their 7 partners, to 13 more individuals listed in the credits at the back, Davis Langdon & Everest (3 partners) and Richard Gluckman architects, with 13 Tate Trustees, or to 37 in total. However, it states on the last leaf that it was limited to 35 copies only. It is exceptionally rare to find a copy for sale, this could be among the first and the last. None in COPAC. Rem Koolhaas said about Tate Modern The building offers space, but it is not suitable for art, it offers shelter, but it leaks and has to be repaired, it offers a location, but that is also problematic; it offers a beginning, a presence, which could be hard to organize working within contemporary parameters. The building, an object (abject) lesson in symmetry, will be the only museum in the world marooned on a mud bank, twice every 24 hours. It may need drastic strategies of dissociation; a Turneresque blur of brick from which strategies of dissociation will have to rescue / recuperate it. The Tower, strangely invisible in spite of its height, can be partly dismantled, liberated from its substance / mass, as could other sections of the building. In the City, the skeletal will be more noticeable than bulk. Danger: 66,000 volts It is significant that an institution about to enter an electric power station on the wrong site of a notoriously divisive river and needing an architect to help mastermind such a radical two-way transformation, to be financed so far with a virtual budget, is confidently casting on these still theoretical architects at the expense of a collection which as yet resembles, in its eccentricity and incompleteness, not so much a mosaic but an eccentric bubble diagram of the past century's artistic achievement. OMA are one of the most influential architects today. OMA s first UK buildings were Rothschild Bank s headquarters, City of London and Gartnavel Maggie s Centre, Glasgow. The Barbican put on a major exhibition of OMA s work in 2011-2 and OMA won Pritzker Prize 2000 and Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale. OMA s work with art spaces went on from this 1995 Tate Modern competition to Prada Transformer (2009) a radical changeable tetrahedron; and design for the Fondazione Prada, St Petersberg s Hermitage Museum, and the Haus der Kunst, Munich. Bookseller Inventory # 4128


A Thelemic Tarot Baphomet Publishing 1977

Title: A Thelemic Tarot Publisher: Baphomet Publishing Publication Date: 1977 Binding: Soft cover Book Condition: Fine Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket Signed: Signed by Author(s) Edition: 1st Limited to 499 copies of which this is number 218, signed by Augustus Donelly on the back of the partly coloured, illustrated card cover. The complete major arcanas are beautifully hand coloured by the original owner. They are 8 & 7/10 x 6 & 2/10 inches on matt white card, with original colouring instructions in author's script with a few neat owner's ink additions. This set was issued in black and white for owners to colour, and this one is coloured to a very professional standard. It is a rare set now. The cover has some slight damage to a small uncoloured portion of the design on the middle left hand side, that barely detracts from the overall very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 3790


222 year old embroidered Royal binding

Königl. Groß-Brittannischer und Churfürstl. Braunschweig-Lüneburgscher Staats-Kalender :auf das Jahr 1798 worin das Staats-Verzeichniß der Königlichen Regierungen, und übrigen Hohen Civil- und Militair-Bedienten in den Deutschen Ländern. Publication Date: 1798. [32], 264, 34, [16] printed pages. All edges gilt. New endpapers with offsetting from first and last printed pages. Bright and clean copy, free from obvious defects. 11 x 18 cm. Contemporary German or English binding of silver-wire, satin thread and silk embroidered binding, rebacked preserving contemporary front and back boards. Upper board with central Royal cypher of George iii, with four sequin and silver star corners and scrolling silk border with leaves in alternating light and darker greens and berries on stems, all on rubbed and slightly worn horizontal silver satin thread ground. Back board with vignette of silver thread and silk woven basket with foliage of different green leaves surrounding brilliant pink flower and overflowing with trail of daisies, all resting lopsidedly on leafy flourishing branch above vibrant and verdant background. Similar to the front board, with four sequin and silver star corners and scrolling silk border with leaves in alternating light and darker greens and berries on stems, all on rubbed and slightly worn horizontal silver satin thread ground. Some of the silver wire-work on the stars and on the Royal cypher have become loose. Colours of silk threads slightly faded but surprisingly intact. Edges and corners rubbed. Drab but expertly replaced spine. George III (1738-1820) , the eldest son of Frederick, Prince of Wales, and Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha became heir to the throne on the death of his father in 1751, succeeding his grandfather, George II, in 1760. He was the third Hanoverian monarch and the first one to be born in England and to use English as his first language. George III is widely remembered for two things: losing the American colonies and going mad. One of the most cultured of monarchs, George started a new royal collection of books (65,000 of his books were later given to the British Museum, as the nucleus of a national library) and opened his library to scholars. WorldCat can only locate copies within Germany & nowhere else worldwide. Rare 222 year old embroidered Royal binding, in good condition.



Title: Picturesque Representations of the Dress and... Publisher: Printed for John Murray by W. Bulmer and Co. Publication Date: 1814 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Near Fine Edition: 1st TWO VOLUMES BOUND IN ONE. Title page, viii, 64 unnumbered leaves of text, 64 hand-coloured aquatint plates of the Russians. xv, 50 unnumbered leaves of text, 50 hand-coloured aquatint plates of the Austrians. All in beautiful, crisp & bright condition with wide margins. All edges gilt. 16.5 x 24 cm. Contemporary half straight-grained green morocco. Spine in five compartments with broad, hand-tooled, gilt, raised bands. Head and tail of spine & hinges rubbed. Boards with double gilt fillets & salmon paper covered boards (with gentle handling patination). Corners bumped and slightly worn. Alexander was a first-rate draughtsman and excellent engraver who had gone out as junior draughtsman with Lord Macartney's embassy & who also served as the British Museum's first keeper of prints and drawings; he produced similar volumes on the dress of the Turks, Chinese and his own English. The fine Russian plates are almost identical with those in Costume of the Russian Empire (London, William Miller 1803) and the same title (London, E. Harding 1803). The primary source is Georgi's Beschreibung aller nationen des russischen reichs) (Hiler & Hiler, 16). The first 12 plates depict people of Finnish origin and plates 13 to 35 describe the Tartars. Plate 36 to 50 cover people from Siberia and the East while the rest depict the Mongols and other small tribes from all over the Empire. The fine Austrian costumes are from the great collection assembled by A. F. Bertrand de Moleville and are based on designs by Vincent Georg Kininger. Includes costumes from Lower Austria, the Tyrol, Innsbruck, Hungary, Eger, Bohemia, Bukovina, Hermannstadt, Poland, Dalmatia, Moravia, etc. Russians: Colas 2358; Tooley 377; Not in Abbey. Austrians: Tooley 375. Cf. Lipperheide Ea 26. Colas 78. Hiler 16. Bookseller Inventory # 4453


AN ALMANACK FOR The Year of our Lord God, 1679. John Goldsmith. >>WONDERFULLY ANNOTATED<<

Title: AN ALMANACK FOR The Year of our Lord God, ...

Publisher: London:Printed by Mary Clark, for the Company of Stationers.

Publication Date: 1679

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

24, unnumbered blank pages (interesting contemporary hand written account entries, some dated ); [Printed pages of calendar are interspersed with blanks] pages [1]-[48]: alternates between 2 printed (Title-page and calendar printed in red & black) & 2 blank pages (title within double-lined border). Further 28 unnumbered blank pages (page 7/8 at rear, is torn with small loss; many more contemporary hand written pages). Possibly some blank pages may be missing but definite evidence of any such fault. 2 letterpress woodcut text vignette illustrations. Pages are age-toned, stained & thumbed, & some corners creased. An unidentified dried pressed (hairy) leaf inside almanac. 10.75 x 6 cm. Original titled & dated sheepskin binding, complete with folding flap (to keep it closed & protected). Wonderfully tactile wrinkles & patination from 342 years of gentle handling and pockets. Age related wear includes rubbed and slightly worn corners, cracking along flap & hinges; fading from original olive-green colour still seen inside front & back covers. Wear to front & rear paste-down endpapers. Printed contents: Monthly calendar (opposite January is written, Hear God and honour the King ). Includes times of high water at London Bridge, the weather ( white hoary frost ), phases of the moon, election written by hand on 21st February 1679 [In 1679 Robert Peyton was elected Knight of the Shire of Middlesex with Sir William Roberts as the 2nd member of parliament], equinoxes, saints days, Ember week on 13th March, fairs, quarter days, days of Christian religious celebration, birthday of royalty ( K.Char.ii.N [ N ee/ born] 30th May, astrological signs, term dates. Plain table shewing beginning & end of the Reign of all Kings & Queens of England since Conquest, to this present year, 1679 . Dominion of Moon in Mans Body, under the 12. Zodiacal Constellations . Twelve Signs of Zodiack . Compendious Chronology . Plain Table, shewing interest of money from five shillings to 100 pounds for a year or under, after rate of 6 per Cent . Use of foregoing Tables for Purchase of Leases, &c . Catalogue of the most Reverend, Right Reverend, & reverend Archbishops, Bishops & Deans of Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in England . Names of several Learned Judges of Law, in his Majesties four Grand Courts of Record . A Table of Terms . Geographical Description of Wales". Names of principal Fairs in England & Wales . Brief Notes for Computation of Expences . To know time of day by your hand . Contemporary ink hand written entries include: "James Tillyer July 9th 1679. Iron works for a cart and wheels weighed 4 bushell a half and ten pounds . cow leases 1765. Lord Uxbridge 4 bullocks.Child 1 bulluck Harmondsworth. Parsonage £134. Doust lodge £66, 13s & 4p. . Lord Pagett £146 [Henry Paget, 1st Earl of Uxbridge (1663 -1743), of Beaudesert, Staffordshire, and West Drayton, Middlesex, was a British landowner and Tory MP from 1695- 1712 when he was raised to the peerage as Baron Burton as one of Harley's Dozen. He was a Hanoverian Tory, supportive of the Hanoverian Succession] . The Lord s lands at Drayton: .Church Hoas £7. Stable House £20. Great Brickhill £19. . Little Brickhill £6. Great Benty £14 .£189 [total] . Take half a pound of ffiggs and slice them, half a pound of Rasons of the Sunn & stone them. Six.of oates. Heate an ounce of Lirkowish and half an ounce of Anniseed & boyle all these in three quarts of the strongest ale till it comes to two quarts and take and drink of it half a pint mornings & evenings . " For the Minister of the Parish of Westbury in the County of Middx. And the Church Wardens & Overseers . of said Parish, I hereby.". George Batt His book December 31 1794 . Goldsmith published his almanac from 1661 [printed R.White] until early 19th century. Most editions uncommon; of 1679 issue WorldCat lists only 3 copies worldwide, 1 in UK. Rare contemporary insights into Stuart rural economy.



[3], 94 pages with two pages of publisher's adverts at the end. Complete with 12 bright colour wood-engraved frontispiece and plates, signed "Leighton Bros.", with protective printed interleaves. Plates have very slightly offset to verso of printed guards. Wood-engraved initial letters and printer's ornaments. Contents: The Wild Swans, The Ugly Duckling, The Fellow Traveller, The Little Mermaid, Thumbkinetta, The Angel, The Garden of Paradise and The Snow Queen. All edges gilt. A well thumbed copy with occasional marginal tears (some with historic repairs). Original endpapers preserved. 25.5 x 32 cm. Original rebacked, textured, green, publisher's decorative cloth. New matching green morocco spine with gilt lettering and single fillets. Boards with period black morocco corner repairs with broad gilt fillets (very slightly worn). Original gilt lettering and central panel gilt vignette of swan and two cygnets, a phoenix rising at top, and dragons below including title sashes surrounding and borders filled with flowers, butterflies, and stars. Back cover with central porprietory publisher's cypher in blind within blind borders. The plates, after original drawings by E. V. B. (Eleanor Vere Boyle) clearly illustrate the influence of the Pre-Raphaelite movement on her artwork. One of Boyle's finest creations that is always scarce in any condition. Five copies located by WorldCat in the UK in addition to (RCIN 1129702) in the Royal Collection.


Gideon Harvey The city remembrancer: being historical narratives of the great plague at London, 1665

Title: The city remembrancer: being historical narratives of the great plague at London, 1665; great fire, 1666; and great storm, 1703. To which are added, observations and reflections on the plague in general; considered in a religous, philosophical, and physical view: with historical accounts of the most memorable plagues, fires, and hurricanes. The whole compiled from the curious and authentic papers of the late very learned Dr. Harvey Publisher: London: printed for W. Nicoll Publication Date: 1769 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Very Good Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket Edition: 1st 2 vols ; 21.2 cm. (8º) I: vi, vii, [1], 456 p. II: [6], 100; [4], 232 p The City Remembrancer comprises two volumes and contains historical narratives of notable events in London during the seventeenth and eighteenth century. Volume I covers the Great Plague of 1665 and volume II deals with the Great Fire of London (1666) and the Great Storm of 1703. This work claims to have been taken from Gideon Harvey's papers. Harvey was a physician who published several medical works on diseases including the plague. He was physician to the Tower of London for fifty years. The part on the great storm of 1703 is an adaptation of Daniel Defoe's The storm, 1704 (reissued in 1713 as A collection of the most remarkable casualties and disasters, which happen'd in the late dreadful tempest, q.v.); the whole work is sometimes attributed to him. In three parts. Volume I has an additional title-page reading: An historical narrative of the great plague at London, 1665 .; vol. II has a general title-page and is in two parts, each with separate title-page, pagination and register, containing: An historical narrative of the great and terrible fire of London . 1666 . and: An historical narrative of the great and tremendous storm . 1703. Each of the three parts was also issued separately. ESTC t131728. Later half calf bindings with gilt raised bands, in 6 gilt scroll decorated compartments, gilt titles on green and brown labels. Corners, hinges and top of the spine of the second volume are all a little worn. VG copy with the bookplate of Marianne Hudson, Tadworth Court on the front pastedown Miss Marianne Stanhope, eldest daughter of the late Walter Spencer Stanhope, esq. of Cannonhall, in Yorkshire, was born on 23 May 1786 about 7 o clock in the morning (writes her mother) in their house in Grosvenor Square, London. She was therefore a few years older than Margaret (born in 1791). It was her brother, whose life can be followed through his sister s letters in The Letter-bag, John Spencer-Stanhope who succeeded father Walter to the estate of Cannon Hall, Yorkshire. Marianne married later in life: March 1828 saw her become the wife of Robert Hudson of Tadworth Court (near Reigate). She died (aged 76) in 1862. Bookseller Inventory # 4106


Hand-coloured copper engraving (1819) from the GRANDEST BOOK of VIEWS OF CONSTANTINOPLE.

Title: Grand Place de l'Hippodrome à Constantinople". Duplessis Bertaux & François Denis Née (Engravers), Antoine Ignace Melling (Artist). Publisher: Paris, Treuttel et Würtz. Publication Date: 1819 Binding: No Binding Book Condition: Very Good Edition: 1st Large hand-coloured copper engraving of 1819. Measurement of the engraved part 45.3 x 72 cm. Very mild marginal foxing. Mounted, glazed and framed in attractive, period style frame (104 x 75 cm). Extracted from Antoine Ignace MELLING s Voyage pittoresque de Constantinople et des rives du Bosphore , [Paris, Treuttel et Würtz, 1819] with a vertical crease where it was originally folded into the folio volume. Stunning hand-coloured delineation of the Hippodrome Square of Istanbul, the city's skyline, & members of Ottoman society in the foreground (in the background the Obelisks of the Byzantine Emperors Theodosius II and Constantine VII & on the left the Mosque of Sultan Ahmed I) Melling (1763-1831), having studied architecture, painting and mathematics, went to the Italy and Egypt at the age of nineteen. In 1784, Melling moved to Istanbul as attaché to the Russian Embassy and remained in Constantinople for eighteen years. He was architect to Sultan Selim III and his sister Hatice, with whom he maintained a close relationship. Melling in 1795 designed the gardens and the interior of Hatice Sultan's palace in Ortaköy, and the interior of the newly built palace in Defterdar Burnu, in neoclassical style, as well as jewellery and clothes for the Turkish court. He was consequently granted access to the Sultan's palaces, including the Harem, Melling's sketches of which provided the earliest interior views that soon unfolded before the eyes of Europeans in an unparallelled way( Melling saw Istanbul as an Ottoman citizen but was able to paint it as an insightful Western European). Having completed various projects for Selim III, Melling returned to Paris in 1803. In order to prepare the publication of his drawings, Melling set up an engraving studio, with the assistance of the best engravers of the time. The excellent quality of this edition, in select paper, realized by the best typographers of the time was achieved thanks to Melling's diligence, an impeccable engraving and the originality of the drawings. In order to write the accompanying texts Melling worked and consulted with Lechevalier, P. Deval, Pouquevile, Lacretelle, Choiseul-Gouffier, Barbie de Bocage and others. Production did not start until 1809 and was not completed until 1819 after the appearance of the thirteenth livraison. Later on, coloured versions of the engravings were also published. The outstanding success of the exhibitions on which the work was based earned Melling the title of Painter to the Empress Josephine, Napoleon's wife. Individual prints, least of all the most attractive views such as this, infrequently appear for re-sale. Bibliography: Cornelis Boschma & Jacques Perot, 'AIM', Paris (Carnavalet) 1991 Elisabeth A. Fraser, 'Mediterranean encounters : artists between Europe and the Ottoman Empire, 1774-1839', 2017. Atabey 798-799; Blackmer 1105; Brunet III, 1591; Lipperheide LB 41. Bookseller Inventory # 4379


JOHANN LEONHARD FRISCH 1712 Nouveau dictionnaire des passagers françois-allemand + allemand-françois

Title: Nouveau dictionnaire des passagers françois-allemand et allemand-françois, oder Neues Französisch-Deutsches und Deutsch-Französisches Wörter-Buch, Worinnen Alle Frantzösische Wörter, auch der Künste und Wissenschafften, aus den vollkommensten und neuesten Dictionariis, nebst den nöthigsten Constructionen und Redens-Arten, durch kürtzlich gezeigte Etymologie, und durch das gebräuchlichste, und reineste Teutsche erkläret worden; Im Teutschen Theile aber eine so grosse Verbesserung und Vermehrung geschehen, daß die Liebhaber beyder Sprachen dieses Buch mit grossem Nutzen gebrauchen können. Publisher: Leipzig:Joh. Friedrich Gelditsch und sohn. Publication Date: 1712 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Very Good Edition: FIRST EDITION. (12), 1021, 446 printed pages. Two parts in one volume. Preliminaries with decorative initial capitals. Frontispiece engraved on wood and unique to this, the first edition (the royal orb is engraved on the left foregound -not on the small table- and the title cartouche is not supported by cherubs, as they are in the 1739 edition). Woodcut floriate tailpiece. With the discreet ownership ink stamp of Berthold Schaefer of Breslau, an author and historian whose work was published between 1913-26. Three other ownership inscriptions, all on the front free endpaper.Final preliminary leaf missing its lower corner, just affecting the printed binder's signature at the foot of the margin. 13 x 19 x 10 cm. Bound in contemporary full parchment over stiff boards and with vellum slotted bands. Front hinge cracked but firm; rear hinge with minimal & old wormhole. Spine lettered in contemporay hand. Binding exquisitely patinated with very slight wear and rich centuries-old handling depths & shades of beautiful discolouration. Johann Leonhard Frisch (1666-1743) was a German linguist who had a diverse career, starting as a singer, serving as an interpreter in the German army and progressing to the position of headmaster of a school in Berlin. As a man of letters of the time, he pursued many interests, including natural history and the collections of specimens to form the Cabinet of Curiosities so beloved of this early scientific era. His bird collection formed the basis for the drawings in one of his works. His French to German dictionary was republished in 1730, 1737, 1739, 1746, 1761, 1766 & 1771. WorldCat locates just two copies of this scarce FIRST EDITION, both in Germany. Bookseller Inventory # 4364


WILLIAMS (Samuel Wells) . Narrative of the American Embassy to Peking, in July, 1859

Title: Narrative of the American Embassy to Peking,... Publisher: [Shanghai] Publication Date: 1859 Binding: Soft cover Book Condition: Very Good Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Edition: 1st PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION,WILLIAMS (Samuel Wells). Narrative of the American Embassy to Peking, in July, 1859. First edition. Good Copy of this Very Scarce Offprint from The Journal of The North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. Vol.I. - No. III. - Art. VI, read before The Society, Shanghai, October 25th, 1859. Text block is clean. Covers have soiling. Spine is chipped and a very small 1/4 square inch piece is missing from the upper left cover corner. 8vo. 22 x 14 cm.Bound in original printed wrappers. 37pp. [Shanghai], 1859. An account of John Elliot Wards (1814-1902) mission to ratify the American portion of the Treaty of Tientsin which failed due to inopportune timing (Ward arrived just after the British had attacked the Taku forts) and his refusal to kowtow. In this brief narrative, two objects have been kept in view: One has been to describe the reception and proceedings of the American Embassy in its journey to the Chinese capital; the other to exhibit, more particularly, than would have been necessary had the Ambassador seen the Emperor, the discussions held with the Commissioners upon the ceremony required at the Chinese Court to show the views which it now entertains. (p. 29). No copy in OCLC. Bookseller Inventory # 4102



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