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29 April 2014

The Lytlewode Press

Television Comes To Ballarat

Written by Robert C. Littlewood Illustrated by Hilary Paynter

A personal memoir by Robert C. Littlewood with wood engravings by Hilary Paynter. Stoke-on-Trent : The Lytlewode Press, 2010. Quarto, gilt-decorated cloth in matching slipcase, 13pp., illustrated with three original wood engravings by Hilary Paynter (one signed). Limited to 275 copies signed by the author and artist. 

An autobiographical account of Littlewood’s childhood spent in Ballarat in the 1950s, and the wonderment of the introduction of television to Australia. Charmingly illustrated with original prints by England’s most highly regarded contemporary wood engraver. Limited to 275 copies printed on Zerkall mold-made paper and bound in Shropshire, England. Signed and numbered by the author. Printed by Paul Kershaw in Ripon, North Yorkshire. 

Octavo, Case bound within matching slipcase.  See more at www.lytlewode.com

28 April 2014

WATERLOO MAPS

An invitation to vist the Bathhurst Estate at Cirencester revealed a large folio of Waterloo maps, evidently sent to Lord Bathurst. The one illustrated is highly unusual having the centre flap stuck on in order to illustrate two different periods during the battle. I would be interested to hear if anybody has seen this particular map before.