Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
In 'Wesleyan missionary notices 1839-56 (withdrawn stamp).
Label, leather. 'Allman, S. 1849'.
In Culpeper 'Complete herbal', 1847.
Two copies, in: McCulloch, 'Select ... tracts on commerce', 1859, and McCulloch, 'Select ... tracts ... national debt', 1857.
In Ascham 'The English works', 1761.
In Műller, 'Verium terrestrium et fluviatilium', 1773.
Illustration of man looking at sundial on pillar labelled 'Carpe Diem'.
Sign with text 'Arthur Bird His Book'.
Text at foot of illustration as follows 'The Grange - Great Bookham' and name given below as 'Malcolm Patterson Inv. et Del.'
In Nesfield, 'A chequered career', 1881.
In 'Colonial magazine and East India review', v. 19 and v. 21.
Label. In Coxe, W. 'History .. of Austria', 1807.
Label. In Barker, 'Station amusements in New Zealand', 1873.
In Adams, 'The counterfiet seal', 1897.
'Aequo pede perge' (monogram)
This collection comprises bookplates attached to volumes in the Special Materials collections, plus a small number of bookplates which have been donated or collected as separate material items.
Text 'Constans Fidei'.
Art Nouveau style black and white design showing a man [William Colenso] reading, and with the text 'Ex Libris R. Coupland Harding DHS'. A skull garlanded with flowers, a butterfly, and a decorated lampstand are included. The initials DHS are thought to refer to David Henry Souter (1862-1935), the noted Australian artist and journalist (source URL http://adbonline.anu.edu.au/biogs/A120026b.htm).