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    • SAMPSON, LOW, MARSTON, SEARLE AND RIVINGTON, 1881
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First English edition. 8vo, bound in the publisher's original slate gray cloth, the covers blocked in blind, the spine panels lettered and decorated in gilt. Now housed in a fine morocco backed foldover case. 312; 275; 269 pp. A handsome and especially well preserved set, the cloth retaining its original handsome quality. internally fine with just a bit of normal age mellowing to the text, the original half-titles retained. FIRST EDITION OF HARDY'S MOST CONTEMPORARY NOVEL. Unlike his Wessex novels, this is work is set in the more technologically advanced contemporaneous age, so t... continua a leggere
    • MACMILLAN, 1887
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First edition. First issue in first binding state with the called for advertisement leaf at the end of Vol. I. 8vo, original dark green very-fine bead-grain cloth, blocked in black and lettered in gold; with dark chocolate end papers. In green slipcase. [iv], 302, ads; [iv], 328; [iv], 316. Half-titles in each. A nice copy with less than the usual normal wear or rubbing to the cloth and end papers. FIRST EDITION IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH. First published in MACMILLAN’S MAGAZINE, this is a novel of unrequited love set in the country near the Blackmoor Vale of Dorset. It is a tragic ta... continua a leggere
    • JOHN MURRAY, 1854
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. The First Edition with Cunningham's Notes. Portrait of Johnson as frontispiece in the first volume. 8vo, in a handsome binding of full polished calf, with contrasting red and olive morocco labels lettered in gilt on the spine, elaborately tooled in gilt between raised bands gilt stopped and ruled, double fillet gilt lines and corner pieces to the covers, turnovers blind tooled, marbled endleaves and edges. xxxii, 395; viii, 444; xii, 456 pp. A very nice set, some typical spotting to the prelims, the textblocks clean and sound, the bindings very well preserved, hinges strong and b... continua a leggere
    • JEAN-BAPTISTE COIGNARD AND HIPPOLYTE-LOUIS GUERIN, [1745]
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    • Note Bibliografiche: A handsome 18th century edition. With handsome initials, tables, calendars, printed music, etc. 12mo, in contemporary full calf, the spine with gilt tooled compartments between gilt tooled flat bands, the tools feature palm fronds, the cross and the sacred heart. aii-cii, 564, cxxxix, [18] pp. Well preserved, the leather is a bit worn but less then is typically found for books used daily in churches, the text still quite clean and fresh and solid, lacking ai, title. A HANDSOME EXAMPLE OF AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ROMAN BREVIARY FROM FRANCE. The Breviary was the liturgical book of the Latin litu... continua a leggere
    • ALFRED A. KNOPF, 1923
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First Edition, First Printing of one of the Iconic books of the century. With 12 illustrations on plates reproduced from the original drawings by Gibran. The half-title is present and is correct. 8vo, publisher's original black cloth with gilt design and lettering on upper cover, and lettered spine. 107 + 12 illustrations on full-page plates. A very good copy indeed, clean and tight and well preserved internally, the black cloth with light evidence of use. The gilt of the spine panel has mellowed down to the blind impressions. RARE FIRST EDITION OF ONE OF THE ICONIC BOOKS OF THE CENTURY. 'T... continua a leggere
    • SMITH, ELDER AND CO., 1867
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition and first printing other then when serialized in Cornhill Magazine. Illustrated with sixteen wood-engraved plates after M. Ellen Edwards, two of which are frontispieces. Tall 8vos, in the publisher's original handsome Victorian decorated cloth, this is scarcer of the two variants noted by Sadleir, with the decoration in gilt and black as opposed to gilt and blind. Sadleir notes, "I do not know which style is earlier, but would, on general principles, incline to favour that with the additional black-blocking..." The volumes are gilt and black decorated and elaboratel... continua a leggere
    • IOANNEM DE ROIGNY [JEAN DE ROIGNY], [COLOPHON DATED 1551; 1552
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    • Note Bibliografiche: "A most excellent edition... [and] a rare occurrence" (Dibdin) of Terence's six extant plays and the first of the imprints, the colophon dated Calendas Decembris, Anno 1551. With well over 100 fine woodcut scenes of actors upon the stage preceding the various scenes of the play along with numerous fine woodcut decorative initials all throughout. The illustrations were originally presented in the Lyons edition of Jean Trechsel 1493. The text printed in a handsome large italic type with the extensive commentary printed around it in smaller italic. Folio [313 x 210mm), in a contemporary bindin... continua a leggere
    • PRINTED BY JULES DIDOT FOR A. AND GALIGNANI, 1827
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    • Note Bibliografiche: A very early edition of Moore's works, the first of Didot's Paris printings for Galignani, in the original English. With a fine engraved frontispiece portrait sculpted by Wedgwood, lyrical device on tilepage, text printed double-column within ruled frames. Large 8vo, in a beautiful binding of full dark green-black morocco, the coverss with a wide gilt-tooled border panel incorporating stylized floral designs with large floral corner-pieces, this within a multi-ruled gilt frame with outer gilt chain and round corner-pieces, the spine with gilt tooled raised bands between gilt framed compartm... continua a leggere
    • MACMILLAN AND CO., 1888
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition. A publisher's presentation copy with their purple "Compliments" stamp to Vol. I. 8vo, in the scarce original dark blue/green cloth, the boards with ruled lines in light green, the spines also ruled in light green and with letting in gilt. Now housed in a fine custom clamshell box. 247; 212 pp. A fine set, and scarce in the publisher's cloth, this a very rare "Publishers' Compliments" copy. The text clean and fresh, the binding bright with only a tiny bit of age or wear. A SCARCE HARDY TITLE IN ORIGINAL CLOTH, THERE WERE ONLY 750 COPIES PRINTED AND OF THOSE ONLY 634... continua a leggere
    • SAMPSON, LOW, MARSTON, SEARLE & RIVINGTON, 1882
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. Scarce First Edition. 8vo, in handsome near contemporary three-quarter tan morocco over wove cloth boards, the spines with gilt stippled raised bands between gilt framed compartments, four compartments with central gilt tools, two gilt lettered, additional gilt rules at the tips and lettering at the tail, softly marbled end-leaves, t.e.g. 246; 240; 223 pp. A very appealing and handsome set, quite fine internally with far less then typically mellowing to the paper and that only at the edges, the original half-titles retained, the antique bindings with only trivial evidence of age,... continua a leggere
    • TINSLEY BROTHERS, 1872
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. Rare First edition. A Copy with Interesting Provenance in the circles of American commerce and finance. 8vo, handsomely bound in antique full maroon morocco for Sawyer of Grafton Street, London, the boards with a triple gilt ruled frame, the spines with gilt stippled raised bands and gilt framed compartments, two of which are lettered in gilt, additional gilt lettering at the foot of the spine panels, gilt ruled board edges, gilt tooled turn-ins, marbled endpapers and t.e.g. 215; 216 pp. A very handsome set, the bindings with only a little light aging, all very solid and firm and... continua a leggere
    • TINSLEY BROTHERS, 1873
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First edition of Hardy's scarce third novel, and the first to bear his name. The print run is presumed to be only about 500 copies. With provenance of John F. Talmage, whose choice library of first editions was one of the finest collections of the type in its time. With half-titles all present. 8vo, in a very handsome near contemporary Stikeman binding of three-quarter crimson crushed morocco over beautiful marbled boards, the back and corner pieces ruled in gilt, the spine with gilt stippled raised bands creating gilt framed compartments handsomely gilt decorated with central gi... continua a leggere
    • PRINTED FOR ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE AND CO., 1825
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 4 volumes. First edition. 8vo, a rare survival in the contemporary textured brown cloth, gilt lettered on the spines. xxviii, 327; 355; 325; 364 pp. A fine and handsome set RARE in such original state and in this condition. The textblock is a fresh as one could logically hope to encounter, clean and solid and as pristine, the rare original period textured cloth is especially well preserved with only the lightest evidence of shelving, the cloth unfaded with bright gilt Scarce in any case and very rare in this state and condition, we know of no other copies in original cloth, and any cloth bi... continua a leggere
    • WILLIAM BLACKWOOD AND SONS, 1860
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First edition. Carter's first state without the ad leaf to Vol. I (which was inserted later) and with ads in Vol. III citing the seventh edition of Adam Bede as opposed to eighth. 8vo, scarce in the publisher's original cinnamon cloth, the spines attractively lettered and decorated in gilt, the boards paneled in blind. This is Carter's binding "A" with Burn's binder's ticket in Vol. I. Copies of the "A" binding in such pleasing state are very rare indeed. vi, 361; vi, 319; vi, 313, 16 ads, pp. A very nice set in first issue state, the text very clean and fresh with no foxing, the... continua a leggere
    • DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & CO., 1903
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, February issue. 8vo, publisher’s original red cloth lettered and decorated in gilt on the spine and upper cover. (8), 421. A good copy overall, the front hinge is shaken, lower half of a blank at the end of the book is excised, some general mellowing and wear to the cloth. FIRST EDITION OF "THE EPIC OF THE WHEAT." This, a fictitious narrative of a deal in the Chicago wheat pit, is the second volume in Norris' projected trilogy, ‘The Epic of the Wheat’. Tracing wheat from growth to consumption, this second volume looks at the Chicago Wheat Exchange. The third volume, THE WOLF,... continua a leggere
    • DOUBLEDAY AND MCCLURE CO., 1899
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, the first printing with "moment" as last word to page 106. 8vo, publisher’s original cloth decorated and lettered in white on the upper cover and spine. 442, ad. Internally quite fine with fresh, clean paper and no spotting, a copy still firm and tight, the binding very good with just a little rubbing at the bottom edge and the red of the spine mellowed down a bit as is almost always the case. A VERY FRESH AND HANDSOME COPY OF THE FIRST ISSUE. The best type of novel, according to Norris, "proves something, draws conclusions from a whole congeries of forces, social tendencies,... continua a leggere
    • ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE AND CO. AND HURST, ROBINSON, AND CO., 1824
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First edition, rare in original boards. 8vo, original printer's gray pressed paper boards backed in brown paper with labels gilt printed, page edges untrimmed. 319; 328; 331, [4 ads] pp. Rare in such state, in the publisher's original boards with no hint of sophistication or repair whatsoever. The text untrimmed and quite fresh through with some of the typical light spotting or mellowing throughout, the boards quite clean and attractive, some hinges are weak but still holding, later bookplates on front pastedowns, labels to the spine were printed at some time well after publicati... continua a leggere
    • BROWN, SON AND FERGUSON FOR CHARLES E. LAURIAT COMPANY, 1929
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. The original first issue English sheets with a title-page printed for Mr. Lauriat. Both issues were released by the publisher at the same time. With a profusion of illustrations, photographs and plans, some folding. Royal 8vo, publisher’s original bright royal blue cloth lettered in gilt on the spine and decorated in blind on the upper cover, with beautifully decorated cartographic end-papers, t.e.g.. xvi, 285 including the appendix and index pp. A fine copy, bright and fresh. BECOMING SCARCE IN FIRST EDITION AND ESPECIALLY SO IN SUCH NICE CONDITION. Whether your looking for ... continua a leggere
    • SIDGWICK AND JACKSON, LTD., 1913
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With over 100 illustrations, color frontispiece and fold out plans. , in publisher's original blue cloth, gilt decorated and lettered on spine, decoration and lettering in blind and a colour pictorial pastedown on the upper cover. xvi, 308. A very good and handsome copy, tight and clean with just light age evidence. FIRST EDITION. A wonderfully descriptive and well illustrated work on maritime design and the nautical arts from the river craft of the ancient Nile to the men-of-war of the nineteenth century. A handsome and authoritative book, it is a fine accompaniment to Chatterton’s “Sailin... continua a leggere
    • TRüBNER & CO., 1856
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition. With 2 portrait frontispieces, 2 vignette title-pages, 3 engraved maps or charts, two of which are large and folding, 18 engraved plates, and nearly 300 engravings throughout the text from sketches by the author. 8vo, bound in the publisher's original blue-black cloth, the spines lettered and decorated in gilt with pictorial devices of anchors, the covers stamped with pictorial devices of ships at the centers in blind and ruled in blind at the borders. 464; 467 pp. A handsome set, quite clean and bright and showing just a bit of age or shelving evidence. Inner hing... continua a leggere
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