Paris: Crochard, 1834. Hardcover. Quarter leather cover with marbled boards, gilt on the spine, shows minor wear and tear, rubbing and fading. Pages show light foxing, text is intact and unmarred.
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Crevot, 1820-01-01. Paperback. Hardcover binding with marbled boards, edges, and endpapers, leather backstrip with gilt lettering and ruling, blindstamped floral decorations. Cover shows minor wear and rubbing. Pages show minor scattered foxing, text is intact and unmarred.
J.B. Bailliere, 1845-01-01. Hardcover. Complete 2 Volume Set. Bound in contemporary dark green buckram with gold stamped lettering to spines. - Vol. 1. VIII., 534 pp.; Vol. 2. VII., 522 pp.-  pp, Errata. - Some toning and foxing at times; some of the pages have dampstains, or soiling. A....
Paris: Germer-Bailliere, 1842. Hardcover. Leather cover, re-backed with reinforced edges, shows minor wear and tear, rubbing and soiling. Marbled edges and endpapers. Pages show minor foxing, text is intact and unmarred.
The Lloyd group, 1910-01-01. Hardcover. Green cloth cover shows minor wear and rubbing. Signature of former owner in pencil on the front free endpaper. Pages are tanned and clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred.
Brunot-Labbe, 1833. Hardcover. Two volumes. Spines are black leather with gilt lettering and raised bands. Marbled boards. Some rubbing near top and bottom of spine. Bumping at corners. Boards very clean. Pages have slight foxing, does not mark text. Binding tight. A nice set.rn* Deux volumes Les épines sont en.....
Paris: Alphonse Lemerre, 1894. Hardcover. 2-volume set, uniformly bound in quarter leather with marbled boards, raised bands and gilt on the spines, shows minor wea rand rubbing, fading. Marbled endpapers, name stamps of former owner in the prelims. Pages are tanned and clean, text and pictures are intact and unmarred.
Harper & brothers, 1932-01-01. Hardcover. The 19th edition, in excellent condition. Presentation copy inscribed by Frank N.D. Buchman to Barrett Kiesling. Buchman was a Protestant Christian evangelist and missionary who founded the Oxford Group (also known as Moral Re-Armament) and contributed to post-WWII reconciliation between France and Germany. His philosophy.....
Carey, Lea and Blanchard, 1835. Hardcover. Cover shows heavy wear and tear, soiling and staining, rubbing and bumped corners, chipping and bumped corners, fading and scratches. Pages show some foxing and dampstaining, text is intact with minor annotation.