Berlin: Paul Paren, 1906. 2nd. Hardcover. Herausgegeben von Oberltleutnant c. Alberti in Berlin, K. Brandt in Osterode, K. Eilers in Rostock, M. von Hohenberg, H.P. von Holdt in Hooge, Dr. O. Horn in Berlin, Prof. J. Knotek in Bruck, a. M.A. Martenson in Malup in Livland, and others. Mit 215...
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New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1933. 1st. Hardcover. One of 1200 copies. Illustrated throughout in black-and-white. Bound in the publisher's original green cloth with the spine stamped in silver and blue. Previous owner's name in ink on the verso of the index page. The head and heel of the...
Midland: Daniel Philip Coté, 1989 - 2008. Paperback. Multi-volume set beginning with the signed and numbered premier issue through volume 19, issues 1 & 2, and with the hardcover Index & Reader 1990-1996 volume which indexes volumes 1-7, for a total collection of 75 volumes, each bound in brown wraps...
Saint Paul: R. L. Polk, 1900. Hardcover. Bound in the publisher's original cloth covered boards, stamped and decorated in gilt on the covers and spine. Spine is lightly sunned. Cloth has separated from binding on spine.
London: 1953. Hardcover. Bound in blue cloth with the front covers and spines stamped in gilt. Folios measure 14 1/4 by 12 7/8 inches. The dust jackets have chips and closed tears to the extremities.
Norwalk: Easton Press, 1983 - 1994. Hardcover. Complete collection of 82 volumes in varying sizes octavo and quarto, each bound in composition leather over boards, stamped and decorated in gilt with raised bands on the spines. All edges gilt. Silk moire end-papers, silk placement ribbons sewn in at the heads...
Shanghai: Commercial Press, 1908. 1st. Hardcover. Rebound in dutch linen with gilt stamped brown paper labels on the spine. Signs of moisture to some pages.
New York: Abbeville Press, 1988. 1st. Hardcover. As New. First Thus. Cloth. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. ISBN:0-89659-790-3. First Abbeville Press edition. Pp 240 with 50 plates. Fine in fine dust jacket. Introduction by William T. Stearn. Notes on the plates by Christ opher Brickell. Watercolor paintings by Mary Grierson.
Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1968. 1st. Hardcover. Bound in the publisher's original burgundy cloth over boards, spine and cover stamped in gilt. A catalog of coins on loan to the Cleveland Museum of Art from the Norweb Collection.
Newcastle: Printed by E. Walker for T. Bewick and Son, 1823. 2nd edition. Rebound in quarter green morocco with marbled boards. Including the specially inserted Bewick receipt dated January 1, 1824 with the printed signatures of Thomas Bewick and Robert Elliot Bewick, the vignette of a moonlit scene overlaid with...
New York: Perks Publishing, 1944. Mary and Wallace Stover. Paperback. Bound in the publisher's original illustrated wraps. Light wear. Illustrated throughout.
New York: Doubleday, Page, 1906. Hardcover. The first seventeen issues of 'Farming' bound in green cloth covered boards, spine stamped in gilt. cloth is rubbed at the edges and extremities. Profusely illustrated articles and ads throughout.
(Children). FARMYARD PLAY BOOK. Akron, Saalfield, 1940. A play book containing a folding barnyard diorama. Eight farm animals (sheep, goose, cat, goat, rabbit, rooster, dog, and pig) individually depicted on stiff, dye-cut boards are connected end-to-end with cloth hinges. All fold into a cloth spine and illustrated paper board cover...
New York: Four Winds, 1982. 1st. Hardcover. Bound in the publisher's original quarter cloth and paper over boards, spine and cover stamped in gilt. Dust jacket is worn at the head & heel, rubbed at the extremities. Text retold by Nancy Garden, illustrations by Mercer Mayer.
West Burke: Janus Press for Barre Publishing, 1970. Helen Siegl. Woodcuts printed from the original blocks cut by Helen Siegl. First English edition. One of 900 numbered copies printed at the Janus press and signed by the artist. Twelve loose signatures in a three part fold around purple wrapper all...
New York: Bramhall House, 1959. Hardcover. Translated from the French by Elisabeth Abbott. With fifteen full color illustrations by Rene Ben Sussman.
(Grolier Club) FIFTY-FIVE BOOKS PRINTED BEFORE 1525 REPRESENTING THE WORKS OF ENGLAND'S FIRST PRINTERS. AN EXHIBITION FROM THE COLLECTION OF PAUL MELLON. N.p., The Grolier Club, 1968. One of 1,500 copies. Cloth. Fine condition.
San Francisco: Grabhorn, 1959. Hardcover. Edition of 400 copies bound in the publisher's orignal green quarter cloth and decorated boards with spine label stamped in gilt. Some minor wear to cloth, all pages tight, bright and clean. Illustrated throughout with 52 full color, full page plates, including one fold-out triptych.
(Banyan Press). A FIRST LIST OF BOOKS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE BANYAN PRESS. With a forward by Carl Van Vechten. N.p., [Banyan Press, 1948]. Wraps. Fine condition.
New York: French & Co., n. d. One of only twenty-five numbered copies signed by John L. Severance. Bound in the publisher's original green cloth with the front cover stamped in gilt. Book measures 13.38 by 18.25 inches (34 by 46.35 cm.). Wear to the corners, otherwise very good condition...
RollsRoyce Owners' Club, 1951-1984. Hardcover. Six volumes bound in publisher's original blue library buckram stamped in silver. Pages 1 - 2962 covering 33 years without interruption!! Completely indexed. The only run of this length currently on the market. Exhaustive and fascinating information for any automobile enthusiast.
Cambridge, UK: George Nichols, 1848. Hardcover. Bound in cloth with a partial paper spine label stamped in black. Previous owner's bookplate has been removed from the front pastedown endpaper. Some loss of cloth at the head and heel of the spine.
New York: Sheldon & Co, 1872. Paperback. Bound in the publisher's original illustrated wraps. Covers have begun to separate at the heel but are holding. Frontis of John Ruskin. Contributions from Alexander Young, Lily Nelson, Isaac Butts, G. A. Custer, Anthony Trollope, and many more.
Berkeley: Univ of California Pr, 1974. 1st. Hardcover. Eighteen Fabliaus translated from the Old French by Robert Harrison. Dust jacket chipped at extremities.
London: Sotheby's, 1989. Hardcover.