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Rolls of Honour Rolls of Honour and of service 1914-1918 and 1939-1945   56 Books
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Hatfield Hertfordshire In Memoriam & Roll of Honour. 1st Ed., 111pp. Printed by Waterlow & Sons. nd  #56400
[HLMainPic] Lavishly produced work in which are listed those who died & all who served. Handsome full blue morocco, gilt, stamped on cover for presentation to Cpl. E. Roberts, Royal Field Artillery. Near fine ex-IWM & rare. See illustration on our website.   £85
Shrewsbury School. Roll of Service 1914-1918. 1st Ed., 137pp. Shrewsbury: Wilding & Son. 1921  #57780
[HLMainPic] Records of the 1,850 who served & detailed biographies of the 321 who fell in action. Orig. paper covd. boards, VG & scarce. See illustration on our website.   £60
The National Bank of Scotland Ltd. Roll of Honour. 1st Ed., vii+51pp., frontis. The Bank. nd  #57779
[HLMainPic] Roll of service with basic details (rank, regt., whether wounded or decorated, branch where employed). Seventy-eight were killed. Orig. cloth, gilt, little chipped, VG. Scarce. See illustration on our website.   £45
Clan Donald Roll of Honour 1914-1918. 1st Ed., 360pp., 4to. The Clan Donald Roll of Honour Committee. 1931  #57801
[HLMainPic] Lists many thousands of Donalds, Donaldsons, MacDonalds & many others connected with the Clan who died or received awards (many of these with citations). Orig. blue cloth, gilt, rear cover stained o/w VG. See illustration on our website.   £75
Eastbourne College Roll of War Service 1914-1918. 1st Ed., 103pp. Cambridge Univ. Press. 1931  #57806
[HLMainPic] Lists 886 who served with good obits. of 164 who died. Orig. blue & white cloth, gilt, VG. See illustration on our website.   £65
The Union Bank of Scotland Ltd. Roll of Honour 1914-1918. 1st Ed., xv+99pp., 4to. Glasgow: Maclehose [For the Bank]. nd (c.1922).  #57777
[HLMainPic] Contains a roll of 518 who served, of whom 84 were killed, with basic service details. Orig. wheat cloth, VG. See illustration on our website.   £45
Denny & Dunipace Roll of Honour: The Great War 1914-18. 1st Ed., 116pp., 17 plates. Printed by Banks & Co., Edinburgh, ?for the Parish Councils. nd  #57756
[HLMainPic] Roll of service of 902 men from these Scottish parishes, of whom 154 were killed, leaving 39 war widows & 88 orphans in the district. 31 men earned decorations & 16 were PoWs. Orig. half black morocco, gilt, very nice copy, VG throughout. See illustration on our website.   £75
The Roll of Honour of the Empire's Heroes. c.400pp. (unpaginated), large 4to, portraits throughout. Queenhithe Pub. Co. nd (c.1920).  #57745
[HLMainPic] Around 200 officers' lengthy obits., each with portrait. Half white cloth, purple cloth sides. It is believed that around 13 volumes appeared in this series of lavish memorials, published for private family circulation at 5 guineas a copy. This superb vol., printed on fine art paper throughout & finely bound with all edges gilt, contains names from Anderson (G.)-Young (H.H.). A nice example: see illustration on our website.   £165
Australia's Fighting Sons of the Empire: Portraits & Biographies of Australians in the Great War. Facsimile reprint, 266pp. (+ index &c.), 4to, approx. 1250 portraits. Swanbourne: Burridge. nd (c.1985).  #57783
[HLMainPic] Reprint of scarce roll originally published in Perth c.1920, with biogs. & portraits of some 1250+ ANZACs. VG & rare in any edition. See illustrations on our website.   £145
Accrington & Church Industrial Co-operative Society Ltd. Roll of Honour. The Great War 1914-1919. [12]pp., each page laid down on card with illuminated decoration surrounding lists of names. The Society. nd (c.1919).  #57855
[HLMainPic] Contains list of six men who were killed & around 100 who served, but no service details are given. Attractively produced with col. decoration throughout, green morocco binding, gilt, this copy individualised by gilt blocking on front & illuminated presentation within to J. Stubbins, whose name appears in the list of those who served, in orig. box of issue (also with his name, split & worn however) with loosely inserted 'Cover for Certifivates' &c, given to soldiers on demobilization, containing Pte. James Stubbins' Certificate of Demobilization from the Cheshire Regt., 1919, showing that he had served overseas on Active Service; also two x Certificate of Employment During the War ("He has served in the field during the war & was diligent & well disciplined.") Stubbins was a butcher from Accrington. Rare. See illustration on our website.   £75

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