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By Lord Hindlip
Lord Hindlip presided over London's auction house Christie's during a time of great excitement in the art world. The 1960s, 70s and early 80s saw the wholesale denuding of country houses and ransacking of attics right across the country - yielding genuine treasures and fakes both cunning and clumsy in...
By Kate Kirk
What do CERN, smartphones, the iridium satellite network, the most popular app stores in the world, the biggest online game in the world, Moscow drivers, Seniors golfer Tony Johnstone, sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis and anyone who has their DNA sequenced have in common? They all rely on innovations that have...
Pocklington School: A Celebration of 500 Years is a lavishly illustrated commemorative volume with photographs from archives, reports and recollections of amusing incidents and key events.
'The European Supreme Courts' is a beautifully-illustrated hardback book written in a lively and accessible style by a team of Europe's best legal historians. This book will appeal to members of the legal community interested in the history of their profession, and should gain a natural place on any legal...
This beautifully illustrated new book provides a compelling and colourful new narrative of The Royal Hospital School from its origins in 1712 through to the present day and beyond. Using a range of archive material and modern photographs, the book tells the story of this unique School illustrating all aspects...
Edited by Colonel Mark Goldsack, Second To None: A Portrait of The Light Infantry 1968-2007 is a richly illustrated hardback celebrating the Regiment, its traditions and its exploits.
A beautiful book showcasing in lavish detail the highlights of Durham Cathedral's collection of medieval manuscripts, the finest collection of any English cathedral.