Whittaker, Treacher, Arnot, & Co, 1834-01-01. Hardcover. 1835 edition. Full leather cover with gilt decoration on the spine shows minor wear and tear, edgewear and rubbing. Pages are mostly clean with a bit of minor scattered foxing.
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John C. Nimmo, 1892-01-01. Hardcover. 2-volume set. Decorative green cloth covers show minor wear and rubbing. Minor writing on the front free endpapers. Pages are lightly tanned and clean.
Jewett & Co., 1852-01-01. Hardcover. First edition, an early (but not 1st) printing ("spiled" in volume 1, page 42, line 1, and "catechism" in volume 2, page 74, line 5). Brown cloth covers with decoration in blind and gilt, covers show moderate wear and tear, edgewear and rubbing, chipping and...
William Heinemann, 1912-01-01. Hardcover. First edition of Dunsany's seventh book and fifth collection, considered a major influence on J.R.R. Tolkien, H.P. Lovecraft, and Ursula K. Le Guin with fourteen fantasy short stories written to explain the illustrations by Sidney Sime. 1/4 cloth with gilt lettering and illustrated vignette, cover shows.....
Gedrukt voor den Autheur, 1750. Hardcover. Dutch language edition, The Hague, 1750. Rebound in hardcover, shows minor wear. Pages show minor scattered foxing, name of former owner on the title page.
Chapman And Hall, 1865-01-01. Hardcover. Green cloth cover with gilt decoration shows minor wear. Pages show minor scattered foxing.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co, 1946. Hardcover. Dust jacket shows minor wear and tear, chipping and rubbing. Pages are clean. First American edition. Scarce.
George Newnes, 1898-01-01. Hardcover. 2-volume set, complete. Finely bound in blue cloth over beveled boards with decoration in gilt, silver gilt, and red. Covers show minor wear and rubbing. Minor foxing on the endpapers and a few of the plates, pages are mostly clean.
Providence: The Author, 1839. Hardcover. First edition. Contemporary inscription on the front free endpaper: "Presented by Mrs. Major Saunders, in consideration of the acquaintance which existed between the the Donee & her Father, Gen. William North, in the revolutionary war." Another inscription, dated 1846, is affixed to the back of...
A l'Imprimerie de Sa Hautesse, 1722. Hardcover. French language. An anonymous collection of satrical plays, mostly against the clergy, by a self-proclaimed fraudster. The imprint is a fake, probably printed in Holland rather than Constantinople. Full contemporary calf with 4 raised bands on the spine and a title label, cover...
Palmer MA: from the Press, 1817-01-01. Hardcover. Bound in full contemporary calf, cover shows moderate wear and rubbing, bumped corners. Torn endpapers, inscription from the former owner on the front endpaper. Pages are tanned and torn with chipping and soiling. First edition.
Braunschweig: Vieweg & Sohn, 1885. Hardcover. Cover shows minor wear and ter, edgewear and rubbing, tape on the spine. Color plates (plate 16 torn and cut on the edges). Pages are lightly tanned with minor scattered soiling.
London: Richard Bentley, 1866. 1866-01-01. Hardcover. New edition, 1867. Finely bound in full leather with gilt ruling on the boards, raised bands and gilt decoration on the spine, cover shows minor wear. Marbled edges and endpapers. Minor foxing in the prelims, pages are clean.
Upsaliae: Henrici Curionis, . Hardcover. Bound in full contemporary vellum, the cover shows standard soiling and discoloration. Binding coming away from the textblock at the top hinge. Minor writing and owner marks on the endpapers. Textblock is solid and square, pages tanned and foxed. An exceptionally scarce copy of Johan...
Paris: J. J. Fuchs, 1788. Hardcover. French language text about an ambassador's mission to China. Half-leather cover with marbled boards shows minor wear and tear, chipping and rubbing. Pages are mostly clean. Includes magnificant fold-out map of East Asia/China.
Amsterdam: Gedrukt voor den Auth, 1692. Hardcover. Etched t.p. by Jan Luiken. Engraved port. of Cornelis Tromp. Plates by Luiken, Bastiaen Stopendael and Thomas Doesburgh. Signature Y repeated (pages 169-176). Includes index. , 496,  p.,  leaves of plates (6 folded, one ripped) : ill. ; 20 cm. (4to)...
Lee and Shepard Publishers, 1870-01-01. Hardcover. Brick cloth cover with decoration in black and gilt, cover shows minor wear. Pages are mostly clean with minor scattered foxing.
Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., 1905. Paperback. Publisher's lithographic pictorial wrapper, cover shows minor wear and tear, chipping and rubbing, soiling and creasing. Illustrated. Pages tanned. 8vo. Presumed first.
Leypoldt, Ho;lt & Williams, 1871-01-01. Hardcover. Green cloth cover with gilt decoration shows minor wear to the extremities. Remnants of removed bookplate on the front pastedown. Pages are lightly tanned and clean, green ink stain on the top edges which bleeds through to a few pages.
Forbes and Company, 1911-01-01. Hardcover. Illustrated green cloth cover with gilt lettering shows minor wear. Pages are clean. Illustrated with photographs by Essie Collins Matthews and Leigh Richmond Miner.
Printed at the Theater in Oxford, 1677-01-01. Hardcover. Bound in full contemporary calf, 5 raised bands on the spine, decoration in blind and gilt. Top board is detached, erosion on the spine and corners. Minor writing on the front endpaper. Light scattered foxing. First edition.
Harper & Brothers, 1944-01-01. Hardcover. First edition, signed by the author on the title page. Lacking dust jacket. Cover shows minor wea rnad rubbing, tanning. Pages are clean. Bookplate of former owner on the front pastedown.
Upton Sinclair, 1931-01-01. Hardcover. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. First edition, published by the author. Lacking dusk jacket. Cover shows minor wear, slightly bumped corners. Pages are lightly tanned and clean.
Printed for J. Collins at his Sh, 1681. Hardcover. First edition with parts put together for the first time. Full leather, appears to have original boards that were professionally repaired (c.1900s?) with newer leather at spine and corners. One engraved frontispiece at front, "Saducismus Triumphatus, Part the Second". Missing other...
New York: Charles Scribner's Son, 1925-01-01. Hardcover. New York: Charles Scribners, 1925. First edition, first state with “chatter” p.60, “northern” p.119, “sick in tired” p.205, and “Union Street station” p. 211. Octavo, original dark green cloth. Minor rubbing, soiling, and tidemarks on the cover. Bookplate and signature of former owner.....