BANBURY

[G. Anthony Beales, 'The Celebrated Photographer'.] Eight display and advertising items, printed by Cheney & Sons of Banbury, including one large and one small display board, a booklet ('Anthony Beales & Co., Artists in Photography'), handbills.

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G. Anthony Beales, 'The Celebrated Photographer', 5, South Bar, Banbury ['Private Studio'] or County Studio, George Row, Northampton; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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G. Anthony Beales, ['Private Studio'] 5, South Bar, Banbury, or County Studio, George Row, Northampton. [Three items with printers' details of 'Cheney & Sons, Printers, Banbury', but the five others also printed by the firm.] None dated [circa 1890].
£200.00

Beales, also a sign painter and picture framer, was a successful and prolific photographer (he boasts on two of the items below of '3,400 Testimonials'), whose Parade Studio was at 5 South Bar, Banbury, from 1888 to 1911, with a secondary business at the County Studio, George Row, Northampton at around the same time. Beales claimed the Royal patronage of both Queen Victoria and the Prince of Wales, and aimed at the upper end of the market. Seven of the eight items in good condition, lightly-aged, but Item Four with minor damage (see description).

[Card printed by Cheney & Sons of Banbury, and 'received and approved by Lord Tennyson'.] Sonnet. Dedicated to the Poet Laureate. ['O Greatest Poet of the living age!"]

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E. Draper [Eleanor Draper of Banbury?] [Alfred Lord Tennyson; John Cheney, 'Printer in Gold, Silver, and Colours, Banbury'; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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[Cheney & Sons, printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] June, 1892.
£80.00

Printed on one side of 9 x 13 cm card, with rounded corners, edged in silver. A tasteful example of Victorian printing, by a printer whose calling card boasted of his 'Specialities in the best class of work.' Very good, lightly-aged. The word 'Sonnet.' is printed at the head in gothic type, the rest being in roman. The poem begins: 'O GREATEST Poet of the living age! | For many a year to come thy fame will ring | Throughout the land. Grateful to thee, I bring | A simple tribute, writ on simpler page.' Beneath the sonnet, to the left, is the date 'June, 1892.', with 'E.

Twenty-four items of wine trade ephemera from Victorian Banbury, printed by Cheney & Sons for firms including Hunt, Edmunds, & Co.; R. W. Flick; and S. H. Jones & Co., including price lists, announcements, letterheads.

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[Wine trade ephemera from Victorian Banbury; Hunt, Edmunds, & Co.; R. W. Flick; S. H. Jones & Co.; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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[Cheney & Sons, Banbury printers.] Dated items from between 1883 and 1895.
£400.00

An attractive and varied collection of twenty-four items from the archive of Cheney & Sons, 'General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury', and produced by the firm for a number of clients in the wine and spirit trade. (The calling card of partner John Cheney describes him as a 'Printer in Gold, Silver, and Colours', with 'Specialities in the best class of work', and the company's high standards attracted clients from London's West End.

[Victorian bicycling ephemera.] 'Year Card of Rules, etc., Season, 1890' of the West Roads Cycling Club. [Printed by Cheney

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[West Roads Cycling Club, London Headquarters, "Baron's Court" Hotel, West Kensington, W.; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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West Roads Cycling Club, London Headquarters, "Baron's Court" Hotel, West Kensington, W. 1890. [Cheney & Sons, printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.]
£45.00

[8]pp., 16mo (10.5 x 8 cm). Stitched into card wraps. In very good condition. An attractive production, wtih the light-blue card covers printed in dark blue ink, with the club's device, featuring a lion on top of a wheel, embossed and printed in red. A list of names of the 'Executive' is inside the front cover. With the sixteen 'Rules' on the first two pages, and the other headings: 'Racing Fixtures', 'Executive Meetings', 'General Meetings'; the fourth page carries general notes.

[W. James Rae & Co., Coach Builders, MIdland Works, Banbury.] Attractive handbill notice [by Banbury printers Cheney & Son], with engraving of factory, within a gold border, announcing 'alterations' made to meet 'the increase in our Carriage Trade'.

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[W. James Rae & Co., Coach Builders, Midland Works, Banbury; John Cheney, 'Printer in Gold, Silver, and Colours'; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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W. James Rae & Co., Coach Builders, Midland Works, Middleton Road, Banbury. July 1890.
£30.00

Printed in brown within a decorative gold border, on one side of a piece of 25.5 x 20.5 cm light-blue paper. Nearly fine. Heading in fancy type reading 'W. JAMES RAE & CO., | Coach Builders.', with 5.5 x 11 cm engraving of the Midland Works beneath it.

Business card of 'W. J. Little, New Public Subscription Library, adjoining the South Western Bank, High Street, Harlesden, N.W. [London]', printed by Cheney & Sons of Banbury.]

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[W. J. Little, New Public Subscription Library, adjoining the South Western Bank, High Street, Harlesden, NW, London; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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'W. J. Little, New Public Subscription Library, adjoining the South Western Bank, High Street, Harlesden, N.W. [London]'. [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury.] Undated [circa 1890.]
£25.00

Printed in purple ink on both sides of a 9 x 11.5 cm grey card with rounded edges. In very good condition. One side attractively printed, with fancy type, decorative border and floral vignette. The other more businesslike, headed 'W. J. Little, Stationery, Library, and Useful Present Depot, Next London and South Western Bank, High Street, Harlesden, N.W.' and carrying a list of prices for 'Special Value Writing Papers'. The printers' details are not given, but the item comes from the archive of Cheney & Sons, 'General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury'.

[Victorian cricket and tennis ephemera.] Printed handbill by Cheney & Sons for T. J. Watkins of Banbury, advertising items for 'Cricket and Lawn Tennis. Season 1888.', including 'Well Oiled & Seasoned Cricket Bats'.

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[T. J. Watkins, sports outfitter, 75, High Street, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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T. J. Watkins, 75, High Street, Banbury. [Cheney & Sons, Banbury printers.] 1888.
£25.00

1p., 8vo. On recto of first leaf of a bifolium. Very good, lightly-aged. Nicely printed, in a variety of types and point sizes: 'Cricket and Lawn Tennis. | SEASON 1888. | Well Oiled & Seasoned CRICKET BATS | BEST MATCH BALLS, | Stumps, Pads, Gloves, &c. | The Demon, Champion, Challenge, Match, Eton, and other Racquets. | LAWN TENNIS BALLS, | By Ayres, Phillips (seamless), Feltham, Bussey, | and Slazenger. | A LARGE STOCK AT ALL PRICES. | AN EARLY INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. | SPECIAL TERMS TO CLUBS. | T. J.

[Shooting ephemera from Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement by T. M. Watkins of Banbury, giving 'Reduced Prices of Shot Cartridges' for the 'Shooting Season, 1893', together with notice regarding 'Sporting Season, 1886.'

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[T. M. Watkins, High Street, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]
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1893 advertisement: T. M. Watkins, High Street, Banbury. 'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]. 1886 notice: T. J. Watkins, 75 High Street, Banbury. [no printer].
£25.00

Both items in very good condition, lightly aged. ONE: Printed in blue on a 26.5 x 21 cm piece of light-green paper. In very good condition.. In a variety of fonts and point sizes. Among a number of different products advertised are 'Smokeless Cartridges', with the notice: 'T. M. WATKINS has for many years given special personal attention to, and has been highly successful in, the filling of Cartridges and Nitro Compounds, and can confidently recommend his make as the very best, and for shooting qualities equal, or superior, to anything in the market.' Also 'Schultze, E.C., or S.S.

[Ephemera of Queen Victoria's 1887 Golden Jubilee.] Letterpress poster advertising 'Thanksgiving Services In commemoration of the Queen's Jubilee', at St Nicholas Church, Eydon, with a sermon by Rev. C. F. Porter. [printed by Cheney & Sons, Banbury]

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[Rev. C. F. Porter, Vicar of Banbury; St Nicholas Church, Eydon; E. J. Hartley, The Library, Banbury; 1887 Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers]
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E. J. Hartley, The Library, Banbury. [Cheney & Sons, printers, Banbury.] 1887.
£25.00

Printed in letterpress on one side of a 28 x 22 cm piece of laid paper. In good condition, lightly aged. Tastefully printed in the customary mixture of fonts and point sizes. Reads: 'St. Nicholas Church, | Eydon. | Thanksgiving Services | In commemoration of the Queen's Jubilee, will | be held in this Church, on | Tuesday, June 21, at 12 o'clock (noon). | Wednesday, June 22, at 7 p.m. | Sunday, June 26, at 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. | The Sermon on Sunday Evening, June 26th, will be preached by the | Rev. C. F. Porterr, M.A., | Vicar of Banbury.

[Agricultural ephemera from Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement for 'John Lampitt & Co.'s Improved Double-Blast Thrashing and Finishing Machine.' With engraved illustration.

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[John Lampitt & Co., Engineers and Millwrights, Vulcan Foundry, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]
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'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] Undated [1880s].
£25.00

Printed in brown on one side of a 25 x 18.5 cm piece of cream paper. In very good condition, lightly aged. Beneath the heading is a 6 x 9 cm engraving of the machine, followed by twelve lines of description, and the prices for eleven different versions of the machine. The firms address is at the foot, with the printers' slug outside the border in the bottom right-hand corner. From the archive of Cheney & Sons, 'General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury'.

[J. S. Wells, Pianoforte & Organ Dealer and Tuner, Banbury.] Useful Hints on the Preservation of Pianos. [printed by Cheney & Sons, Banbury]

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[J. S. Wells, Pianoforte & Organ Dealer and Tuner, 53, Parson's Street, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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J. S. Wells, Pianoforte & Organ Dealer and Tuner, 53, Parson's Street, Banbury. 'CHENEY, BANBURY.' Undated [circa 1889].
£25.00

Printed in blue ink on both sides of a piece of 12 x 15 cm grey card, folded once to make a 12 x 7.5 cm bifolium, with the outer covers individual pages and the central opening a double-page spread. In very good condition. A tasteful production, with each page enclosed within a ruled border, along the four sides of which are various details and offers.

[Christmas toys and presents in Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement for 'Christmas and New Year's Presents', by J. H. Ludwig of Banbury. With engraved illustration.

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[J. H. Ludwig, 84 High Street, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]
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J. H. Ludwig, 84, High Street, Banbury. 'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] Christmas Season, 1890.
£25.00

Printed in brown on one side of a 20.5 x 25.5 cm piece of grey paper. In very good condition, lightly aged. An attractive production, with the text in a variety of fonts and point sizes. Beneath the heading 'Christmas Season, 1890.', the left-hand side of the page carries an engraving of eighteenth-century party-goers descending a staircase into a room in which is the sign 'Ludwig's Showroom for Xmas & New Year Presents.' On the right of the page the text reads: '84, High Street, Banbury. | J. H. Ludwig | Calls attention to his Season's Novelties in every Department | Showroom is now ready.

[Victorian umbrella ephemera from Banbury.] Four advertising handbills printed by Cheney & Sons: including J. Harlock & Son's 'Banbury Umbrella Hospital', an engraving of a whippet with an umbrella on a bicycle; and 'Stone's Umbrella Holder'.

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[J. Harlock & Son, Linen & Woollen Drapers, Banbury; Henry Stone & Son, wholesale stationers, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Banbury: Three for J. Harlock & Son, Linen & Woollen Drapers, 3, Parson's Street; and the other for 'Stone' [Henry Stone & Son, stationers]. [All printed by Cheney & Sons, but two without printers' details.] None dated [all circa 1890].
£35.00

All four items tastefully printed by Cheney & Sons, and all in very good condition. The first two items with 'CHENEY & SONS. TYP., BANBURY' at the foot of the first page; the third and fourth items without printers' details. ONE: For 'J. Harlock & Son, Linen & Woollen Drapers'. 4pp., 16mo (14 x 11 cm). Bifolium. On paper which is light-blue on one side and pink on the other. The design of the item features the cutting away for the top corner of the first leaf to reveal the words 'Sole Agents in Banbury for Dr. Jaeger's sanitary clothing' on the second.

[Culinary ephemera from Victorian Banbury cake shops.] Six items [printed by Cheney & Sons], including two advertisements for wedding cake boxes by Henry Stone & Son, calling card and letterhead of E. W. Brown's 'Original Cake Shop' ('A.D. 1638').

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[Henry Stone & Son, box manufacturers, Banbury; Samuel Betts, cake shop, 70 High St, Banbury; E. W. Brown, cake shop 12 Parson's St, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers]
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[Henry Stone & Son, wholesale stationers and box manufacturers, Banbury; E. W. Brown; Samuel Betts; Cheney & Sons, printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] Undated [1880s].
£45.00

The six items in very good condition, lightly aged. ONE: 'Trade List' by 'Henry Stone & Son, Wholesale Stationers and Box Manufacturers, Banbury', for 'Wedding Cake Boxes'. Printed in green on one side of a piece of 25 x 18.5 cm cream paper. At head are engravings for 'No. 21, with Tabs' and 'Nos. 27 and 28, Orange Blossom Design'. Numbers, names, dimensions and prices are given for six 'White Satin Watered Paper, with Lace Flies', and two 'Special New Design | Orange Blossoms on a Silver Ground'.

[Hatchard's, 'Booksellers to the Queen', 187 Piccadilly, London.] Two items of ephemera relating to the firm: a letterhead and compliments slip [both printed by Cheney & Sons of Banbury.]

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[Hatchard's, 'Booksellers to the Queen', 187 Piccadilly, London; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]
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Hatchard's,187 Piccadilly, London. [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] The letterhead dating from the 1890s; the compliments slip undated.
£35.00

ONE: Letterhead (1p., 12mo). On the verso of the second leaf of a bifolium. Tasteful and restrained design, with the following in larger print on the left-hand side of the letterhead: '187 Piccadilly | London ........ 189 ....', and the following in smaller print on the right-hand side of the letterhead: 'HATCHARDS | BOOKSELLERS TO THE | QUEEN'. Very good, on lightly aged paper. TWO: Compliments slip, printed in brown on one side of a 6 x 9.5 cm piece of shiny cream paper. In small type within a ruled border is the following: 'WITH MESSRS.

[Henry Stone & Son, Victorian stationer and box manufacturer.] Eighteen items of business ephemera [printed for the firm by Cheney & Sons, Banbury], including five illustrated trade lists, display cards, advertisement handbill, letterheads.

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[Henry Stone & Son, 'Wholesale Stationers and Manufacturers of all kinds of Cloth & Paper Boxes', Gatteridge Street, Banbury, Oxfordshire; ]
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[Henry Stone & Son, Gatteridge Street, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, Banbury.] Undated [printed around the period 1889-1892].
£90.00

The Victoria County History volume for the County of Oxford, Banbury Hundred, describes the firm of Stone & Son as an 'important firm [...] founded by Henry Stone, a Banbury bookseller, who in 1871 started to manufacture a patent letter-filing box invented by his brother-in-law, John Cash of Coventry; first the business developed into general cabinet-making and cardboard-box manufacture, then into high-grade colour printing, and finally into fine-art reproduction.

Testimonials and References. H. T. Robinson, (Conductor of the Banbury Orchestral Society, late Bandmaster Banbury Volunteer Band.) Teacher of the Violin, Clarinet, and Flute, 38, Broughton Road, Banbury. [Printed by Cheney & Sons, Banbury.]

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[H. T. Robinson, Conducter of the Banbury Orchestral Society, late Bandmaster, Banbury Volunteer Band; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Cheney & Sons, Printers, Banbury. No date [1890].
£25.00

12pp., 16mo. (12.5 x 9 cm). Stitched pamphlet on light blue paper, printed in dark blue ink. Very good. Seventeen testimonials, all dating from 1890, thirteen of them from Banbury. The first testimonial by the Vicar of South Banbury, C. E. Graham-Jones, and the last by F. G. Hughes of Birmingham, Member of the National Society of Professional Musicians; and including others by Frank H. Shayler of 151 Oxford Street [London] and Charles Coxeter, Junior, 92 Gower Street [London]. Scarce: no copy traced, either on COPAC or OCLC WorldCat.

[Culinary ephemera from Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement by H. A. O. Grimbly ('Sole Vendor'), for '"The Banbury" Concentrated Calves' Feet Jelly' ('Delicious and Economical as well as very Nutritious.')

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[H. A. O. Grimbly, 17, High Street, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire; cookery; cooking]
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H. A. O. Grimbly, 17, High Street, Banbury. 'Cheney and Sons, Printers, Banbury.' Undated [1880s].
£25.00

Printed in blue on one side of a piece of 26 x 20.5 cm yellow paper. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. A tasteful production, in a variety of fonts and point sizes, with decorative border and small vignette of two birds. Twelve flavours are listed, including Maraschino and Noyeau, and note: 'These Jellies are packed in hermetically sealed boxes, sufficient in each box to make one pint of Jelly. They can be made in a few minutes, and no straining or boiling required. | DIRECTIONS GIVEN WITH EACH BOX. | Delicious and Economical, as well as very Nutritious. | Accept no substitute.

Menu card for 'Dinner at the White Horse Hotel, June 16th. 1896' by the 'Banbury Bowling Green Club (The Chestnuts)', attractively printed in colours by Cheney & Sons, Banbury.

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[H. Busby, Proprietor, Banbury Bowling Green Club (The Chestnuts); Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Banbury Bowling Green Club (The Chestnuts). 'Cheney, Banbury' [Cheney & Sons, printers] 1896.
£25.00

11 x 7.5 cm. bifolium, with outer covers on shiny paper and inside matte. The cover printed in brown ink in fancy type within an attractive decorative border of gold and light-green. In very good condition. Cover reads: 'Banbury | Bowling Green Club | (The Chestnuts). | Dinner | at the | White Horse Hotel, | June 16th. 1896. | H. Busby, | Proprietor.' With 'Cheney, Banbury' in small type in bottom left-hand corner. Inside, the five-course menu commences with a choice of 'SALMON. CUCUMBER.' or 'FRIED SOLES.

['Gordon Adams' The "Kensington" Pianoforte and Music Warehouse and Theatre Box Office.'] Attractive Victorian advertising booklet [by Banbury printers Cheney & Sons], with gold border on blue and pink paper.

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[Gordon Adams, Music Library, 100 High Street, Kensington; John Cheney, 'Printer in Gold, Silver, and Colours'; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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['Music Library. Gordon Adams, 100, High Street Kensington, opposite station.'] Undated [circa 1889].
£38.00

8pp., landscape 12mo. Unbound stapled pamphlet. Printed in blue ink on paper which is blue on one side and pink on the other. Nearly fine. Blue covers, printed in fancy type, with the text on the front within a decorative gold border, reading: 'Music Library. | GORDON ADAMS, | 100, High Street, Kensington, | OPPOSITE STATION. | Tickets for every Theatre. Seats on Sale. | And at 9, Old Bond St., and 137, New Bond St.

[Victorian bicycling ephemera.] Year card of the Byfield and District Cyclist Club, with 'Runs for 1892', 'Rules' and 'Rules for the Road, and Regulations for Meets', printed by Cheney & Sons of Banbury.

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[Byfield and District Cyclist Club. Headquarters - "Rose and Crown," Byfield; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Byfield and District Cyclist Club. Headquarters - "Rose and Crown," Byfield. 'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [1892]
£35.00

Nicely printed on both sides of a piece of 11 x 15cm card, folded once to make an 11 x 7.5cm bifolium, with the outer covers individual pages, and the internal double-page opening in portrait. The outer covers are blue, with a cloth weave; the internal opening is matte white.

[Charles Dickens ephemera.] Two display sheets [both printed in gold by Cheney & Sons, Banbury] for 'The Works of Charles Dickens. Pocket Volume Edition.'

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[Charles Dickens ephemera; Chapman & Hall; John Cheney, 'Printer in Gold, Silver, and Colours, Banbury'; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Both with 'Chapman & Hall, Lim., London' at foot. [1880.] [Cheney & Sons, printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]
£100.00

Two attractive pieces of Dickens memorabilia, and tasteful examples of Victorian printing, by a firm one of whose partners (John Cheney) described himself on his calling card as a 'Printer in Gold, Silver, and Colours', with 'Specialities in the best class of work'. ONE: Printed in gold on brownish-red marbled paper. Dimensions 26.5 x 30.5 cm. Consisting of the words 'The Works | of | Charles Dickens. | [short rule] | Pocket Volume Edition.' in large type, within a gold border, with 'Chapman & Hall, Lim.' in small type within the border at bottom left, and 'London.' at bottom right.

[Book trade ephemera from Cheney & Sons, printers in Victorian Banbury.] Seven items of the firm's own stationery and advertising material, including letterheads, notices, display card.

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[Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, 'Established 1771 [1768]']
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Cheney & Sons, printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire. One item from December 1890, five of the others from around the same period, and the last from the 1930s.
£180.00

The seven items in very good condition, lightly aged. From the firm's archive, and produced to its highest standards. Partner John Cheney described himself on his calling card (not present) as a 'Printer in Gold, Silver, and Colours', with 'Specialities in the best class of work', and the company's high standards attracted clients from London's West End. For more about the firm see 'John Cheney and his descendants, printers in Banbury since 1767' (1936), and the Victoria County History volume for the County of Oxford, Banbury Hundred.

[Victorian bicycling ephemera.] 'Rules and Run Card' of the Bloxham Cyclists' Club, with 'Rules' and 'Club Runs', with engraving of frog on bicycle, printed by Cheney & Sons, Banbury.

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[Bloxham Cyclists' Club; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Bloxham Cyclists' Club. Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury. [1892.]
£35.00

4pp., 16mo (11.5 x 7.5 cm). Bifolium. Printed in black, within decorative red borders, on all four sides, with the outer covers grey and the internal pages white. In very good condition. A tasteful production, with the 'Officers, &c.' on the front cover, the twelve 'Rules' on the second page; 'Club Runs' on the third page (fifteen of them, between Wroxton on Wednesday 8 June [1892] and South Newington via Milcombe on Friday 29 July [1892]. Small vignette of a frog on a penny farthing centred on the back cover.

[Victorian London trade cards and musical ephemera.] Two calling cards and a compliments card of Bluthner & Co., Victorian 'Pianoforte Manufacturers'. [The three printed by Cheney & Sons of Banbury.]

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[Bluthner & Co., Pianoforte Manufacturers, 7 to 10, Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square, London, W.; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Bluthner & Co., Pianoforte Manufacturers, 7 to 10, Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square, London, W. [Printed by Cheney & Sons of Banbury.] All undated [circa 1890].
£80.00

The three items are in good condition, lightly-aged. The layout, design and typeface of the two calling cards is entirely different, although the text of both reads 'Bluthner & Co., | Pianoforte Manufacturers, | 7 to 10, Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square, London W.' Items Two and Three (the second calling card and the compliments card) are in the same typeface, but are of different design. ONE: Printed in red, with grey-green strips at head and foot, on one side of a 9 x 12 cm piece of white card.

[Agricultural ephemera from Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement for 'Barrows & Co. Limited, Engineers, Banbury. Trolley or Lurry.' With engraved illustration.

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[Barrows & Co. Limited, Engineers, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire; Wimbledon Local Board]
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Barrows & Co. Limited, Engineers, Banbury. 'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] Undated [1880s].
£30.00

Printed on one side of a 25 x 20 cm piece of pink paper. In very good condition, lightly aged. With 6.5 x 15 cm engraved illustration of the trolley, carrying a sign for the 'WIMBLEDON LOCAL BOARD', followed by: 'Fitted with wood naves, Drabble's patent arms and boxes, with brass oil caps, springs, and cross check spring, oak frame-work, and strong elm boards in bottom.' Beneath this the prices and dimensions, and capacity of five sizes of the trolley, with 'Extras, if required' below. The firm's address is at the foot, with the printers' slug centred beneath this outside the border.

[Victorian cricket ephemera; The Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Brotherhood Cricket Club.] Card printed by Cheney & Sons, carrying the 'Rules' and 'Subscription Receipt' for 'Banbury P.S.A. Cricket Club. Season 1894.'

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[Banbury P.S.A. Cricket Club [The Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Brotherhood Cricket Club], Fred Lydiatt, Treasurer; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Banbury P.S.A. Cricket Club. Season 1894. 'Cheney, Typ.' [i.e. Cheney & Sons, printers, Banbury Oxfordshire]
£56.00

Printed on both sides of a piece of 9 x 12.5 cm card, folded once to make a 9 x 6.25 cm bifolium, with the outer covers individual pages and the central opening a double-page spread. 4pp., 32mo (9 x 6.5cm). With shiny pink outer covers and matte white internal opening. In very good condition, very lightly aged. Tastefully printed, with the front cover within a decorative border, headed 'BANBURY | P.S.A. Cricket Club. | Season 1894.' and giving the names of the club officials, including Rev. H. Cubbon, President; Mr. Frank Lovegrove, Captain.

[Victorian bicycling ephemera.] Three items printed by Cheney & Sons for the Banbury Star Cyclists' Club: 'Run Card for May & June, 1891'; announcement of 'Star Cyclists' Quadrille Assembly' weekly dances, printed in gold; and prize dinner invitation

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[Banbury Star Cyclists' Club, head quarters, The "Old George" Inn, Bridge Street [Unicorn Hotel]; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury]
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Banbury Star Cyclists' Club, head quarters, The "Old George" Inn, Bridge Street [Unicorn Hotel]. 'Run Card' printed by 'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury', 1891; announcement [also by Cheney & Sons, but not stated], 1892; invitation, 1897.
£60.00

The three items in very good condition. ONE: 'Run Card for May & June, 1891.' 4pp., 16mo (11.5 x 7.5 cm). Bifolium. Printed in brown within decorative border on all four sides, on creamy-grey paper. In very good condition.

[Agricultural ephemera from Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement for 'Barrows & Co. Limited, Banbury. (Late James & Son, Cheltenham.) Tumbler Carts. For sanitary and other purposes.' With engraved illustration.

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[Barrows & Co. Limited, Banbury (late James & Son, Cheltenham); Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]
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Barrows & Co. Limited, Banbury (late James & Son, Cheltenham). 'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] Undated [1880s].
£30.00

Printed in black on a 25 x 20 cm piece of grey paper. In very good condition, lightly aged. Beneath the title is a 5 x 11 cm engraving of the cart, followed by a seven-line description, and the prices for five sizes of the cart, with the capacity of each in gallons. The firm's address is at the foot, with the slug centred below it outside the border. From the archive of Cheney & Sons, 'General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury'.

[Victorian football ephemera.] 'Football Fixtures for Season 1883-84' and 'Football Fixtures, Season 1888-89', printed for the Banbury Harriers Athletic Club by Cheney & Sons.

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[Banbury Harriers Athletic Club; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury; football]
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[Cheney & Sons, Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] 1883-84 list printed by 'CHENEY, TYP.' 1888-89 list printed by 'CHENEY & SONS, TYP.'
£120.00

Both items in very good condition, lightly-aged. ONE: 16mo (11.5 x 8 cm) green-card bifolium, printed in blue, with engraving in gold of the 'Club Badge' on front cover. On cover, beneath the names of the patron (the Earl of Jersey) and officers: 'FOOTBALL. | Captain - J. G. COWPER. Sub-Captain - A. M. BARROWS. | Captain Second Team - W. MORRAY. | Sub-Captain Ditto - W. HEMMING. | COLOURS - BLUE & WHITE.

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