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    • FOR JACOB TONSON, AT SHAKESPEAR'S HEAD OVER-AGAINST CATHERINE STREET IN THE STRAND, 1711
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    • Note Bibliografiche: A copy with fine provenance, being the copy owned by Sir Henry Fitz Herbert, with his coat of arms. Engraved portrait frontispiece. 8vo, handsomely bound in full sprinkled calf of the time, the covers with single gilt fillet line, the spine with raised bands bordered by double gilt fillet lines. (30), 524, (12 Contents of “Benefits”) pp. A very pleasing copy, well preserved and in an excellent state of preservation in the original period full calf binding, light expected wear to the tips, hinges and cords sound though with a little cracking evident. SCARCE, AND A VERY WELL PRESERVED COPY OF... continua a leggere
    • A.C. MCCLURG & CO., 1903
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. With the engraved portrait frontispieces of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark the large folding map and a number of other full page maps and charts as called for. 8vo, publishers original cloth backed polished buckram over boards, the spines lettered in gilt, t.e.g. lvi, 500; xi, 583 pp. + maps and engravings A very handsome and well preserved copy, essentially pristine. The text-blocks are clean and sound, the maps in excellent order, the bindings very attractive and without any wear or evidence of age to speak of. A VERY PLEASING AND HANDSOME SET OF ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT W... continua a leggere
    • MACMILLAN AND CO., 1868
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First Edition. Illustrated with a frontispiece engraving of Sir Walter Ralegh in Vol. I and assorted facsimiled letters, some folding, armorial bearings and genealogical tables. Thick 8vo, handsomely bound in three quarter crimson morocco over red cloth covered boards, the joins gilt ruled, the spines with raised bands gilt ruled, two compartments lettered in gilt, marbled endleaves and edges. lvi, 723; lxxxv, 530 pp. A very fine set, beautifully preserved, the bindings in excellent condition, as pristine, the text-blocks crisp and clean. FIRST EDITION OF THIS FINE AND ASSIDUOUSL... continua a leggere
    • JOHN D. AND T. C. CUSHING FOR CUSHING AND APPLETON, 1823
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Early reissue in America of the London first edition. 8vo, bound in full contemporary tree calf, the spine with gilt ruled flat bands and a red morocco label gilt ruled and lettered. xv, 312 pp. A very attractive and well preserved copy, the text-block sound and the binding strong with just some of the toning or mellowing found in provincial American paper of the period, the binding still handsome and in very pleasing condition. A VERY EARLY SALEM PRINTING OF THIS RARE 1700 WORK ON THE SALEM WITCH TRIALS. Robert Calef had composed and collected these writings over the course of the 1690s de... continua a leggere
    • [1872]
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    • Note Bibliografiche: The photograph would have been taken at the same time as the photograph called "the last photograph of Napoleon III" taken while in exile in Chiselhurst, England. 6.5 by 4.25 inches, original Carte de Visite mounted photograph. A well preserved image that shows very handsomely. There is a bit of wear at the edges of the mounting board. AN ORIGINAL CARTE DE VISITE PHOTOGRAPH OF CHARLES-LOUIS BONAPARTE, EMPEROR NAPOLEON III. This is a photograph of him taken while living in exile in England about six months prior to his death. It is likely that it was taken during the same sitting as the "las... continua a leggere
    • FOR J. WATTS, 1735
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    • Note Bibliografiche: The second edition. Title printed in red and black, engraved frontispiece, four additional engraved plates. 8vo, in later antique three quarter calf over marbled boards, the spine with wide raised bands ruled in blind, gilt ruling at the head and tail, gilt lettering in two compartments. viii, 395 pp. A handsome copy of this rather scarce book, internally strong and quite clean, a very small worm track to the upper inner edge of the blank portion of some leaves at the end of the book, not affecting the text, the binding well preserved. Five of the original six engraved plates are present, c... continua a leggere
    • 1872
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    • Note Bibliografiche: This studio photograph by Chiselhurst, called "the last photograph of Napoleon III" taken while he was in exile in England. He is seated with his elbow resting on a desk 4.25" x 2.5", original Carte de Visite photograph. A well preserved image that shows very handsomely. There is a crack to the board not affecting the image in any way. AN ORIGINAL CARTE DE VISITE PHOTOGRAPH OF CHARLES-LOUIS BONAPARTE, EMPEROR NAPOLEON III. This is a photograph of him taken while living in exile in England about six months prior to his death. It is considered to be his "last photograph". The nephew and heir ... continua a leggere
    • GURNEY & SON, CIRCA 1870
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    • Note Bibliografiche: An original photograph of the great American actor, Edwin Booth, dressed as Hamlet, the role for which he was most famous. The photo by Gurney & Son. 4.25" x 2.5", the studio card printed on both sides with the name and Fifth Avenue address of Gurney & Son studio. A beautifully preserved example in excellent state. The word "Booth" is penciled below the photograph on the studio card. A FINE PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PREEMINENT AMERICAN ACTOR OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, CONSIDERED BY MANY THEATRE HISTORIANS TO BE THE GREATEST PRINCE HAMLET EVER TO GRACE THE AMERICAN STAGE. The actor is one of a famou... continua a leggere
    • ROCKWOOD, CIRCA 1870
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    • Note Bibliografiche: An original photograph of the actor dressed as Cardinal Richelieu, a role he made quite famous, mounted to the studio's printed board and SIGNED by the actor on the board below the photograph. 6.5" x 4.25", the studio card printed on both sides with the name and Union Square address of Rockwood. A beautifully preserved example in excellent state. SIGNED BY THE PREEMINENT AMERICAN ACTOR OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, CONSIDERED BY MANY THEATRE HISTORIANS TO BE THE GREATEST PRINCE HAMLET OF THE AGE. The actor is one of a famous theatrical family; his father was well regarded on the stages of Lond... continua a leggere
    • FOR CHARLES E. LAURIAT CO. BY JAMES BROWN & SON (GLASGOW), 1925
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First Edition, using the sheets of the English first edition and issued simultaneously. With 22 finely produced black and white plates on glossy paper. 8vo, publisher’s original maroon cloth lettered in gilt on the spine and ruled in blind on the upper cover, in the original printed tan paper dust-jacket, t.e.g. [xv],155 pp. A pristine copy, essentially as mint, rare thus. FIRST EDITION AND A SUPERB COPY. FROM THE GREAT AUTHORITY ON SAILING SHIPS. In the first part of this work the author gives us a brilliant treatise of the Atlantic Ferry lines of the first half of the 19th century. In par... continua a leggere
    • HORIZON PRESS PUBLISHERS, 1963
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    • Note Bibliografiche: LIMITED FIRST EDITION, copy number 373 E of only 2600 copies produced, of which only 2500 were for sale. 100 beautifully produced folio plates from drawings showing elevations, perspectives and plans of numerous buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright. Plate number 78 is a blank. Elephant folio, the folio plates loose as issued within a paper chemise printed with a guide to the terms used in the plans, issue with a separate 32 page folio pamphlet with the titlepage, limitation, forward by William Wesley Peters, and Frank Lloyd Wright's introduction and notes to the plates. These within the original... continua a leggere
    • JOHN MURRAY, 1853
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition. With a frontispiece in each volume, sixteen additional engraved plates 13 illustrations within the text and a folding map. 8vo, original elaborately patterned dark blue cloth with gilt vignettes on the upper covers of Abyssinian shields and weapons, the spines with gilt vignettes of St. George slaying the dragon, gilt lettering and attractive gilt borders at the spine tips. xv, 424; iv, 432 pp., and 16pp. ad catalogue. A very handsome set with only a bit of minor wear or mellowing to the bindings. Internally, still quite fresh and with far less foxing than is norma... continua a leggere
    • WIGGIN AND LUNT, 1867
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. With a large folding map of Salem Village as it would have appeared in 1692, a plate of signature facsimiles, engraved plate views of the Philip English House, the Townsend Bishop House and the Jacobs House and the two tipped in photographically produced facsimiles of original testimony documents. 8vo, publisher's original brick-red cloth, the spines gilt lettered and with wide gilt bands at the tips, the board paneled in blind, t.e.g. xl, 469; 553 pp. An attractive set in original cloth, the text very clean and fresh, the cloth handsome and bright with only a little mellowin... continua a leggere
    • CARTER, HENDEE AND BABCOCK, 1831
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Very Scarce First Edition. 8vo, bound to style in mottled calf backed marbled boards, the spine with blind ruled bands and a single black morocco label gilt trimmed and lettered. The original half-title and final blank have been retained. vii, 280 pp. A well preserved and attractive copy of this scarce work. The binding in very fine condition, the text solid and sound with some of the spotting and toning typical to the paper of the time. A small shelf number is neatly affixed to a blank area of the title-page. SCARCE FIRST EDITION OF A VERY EARLY HISTORICAL SERIES OF LECTURES ON THE SALEM W... continua a leggere
    • HARPER AND BROTHERS, 1875
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. Handsomely Illustrated throughout with fine engravings, some are full page and many are quite large. And with a map of the New England coast from the mouth of the Thames to Mt. Desert Island as the opening to the preface. Tall 8vo, publisher’s original bright green cloth lettered in gilt and pictorially decorated in gilt and black on the upper cover and spine.yes 459, 4 ads pp. A brilliant copy, the binding near as pristine with vivid gilt and very bright cloth, the hinges firm and tight, the text exceptionally clean. A WONDERFUL AND TRULY FINE COPY OF THIS LIVELY VICTORIAN E... continua a leggere
    • CHARLES FOLSOM, PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY, 1833
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Very Scarce First Printing, A PRESENTATION COPY, "From the author with his respects" in Quincy's hand at the top of the upper wrapper. 8vo, stitch bound in the publisher's original printed paper wrapper, the title-page repeating the text of the upper cover. 16 pp. A very fine copy, very rare in such condition and more rare still as an author's presentation copy. A RARE PUBLICATION BY JOSIAH QUINCY, PRESIDENT OF HARVARD FROM 1829-1845. This was printed for submission to the Legislature of Massachusetts relative to a petition for a grant to build a fireproof building to both protect and allow... continua a leggere
    • TICKNOR AND FIELDS, 1854
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, first state of the text, the ads dated "May 1854" with no bibliographical significance noted. Illustrated with the map of Walden Pond printed on a separate leaf and inserted at p. 306, and with a vignette illustration to the title-page showing Thoreau's house in the woods at Walden Pond. 8vo, publisher’s original brown cloth lettered in gilt and ruled in blind on spine, bordered and decorated in blind on all covers. Housed in a cloth covered slipcase. 357, [8 ads (dated May 1854)] pp. An unusually well preserved and very handsome copy indeed, internally quite pleasing with ju... continua a leggere
    • CHARLES E. GOODSPEED, 1902
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, limited to 500 copies printed on French hand-made paper by D.B. Updike, Merrymount Press. Large 8vo, publisher’s original grey boards backed in white cloth, paper label lettered in black on the spine. xiii, [31], [1] pp. A fine copy, with light mellowing to the tips or edges as normal. SCARCE FIRST EDITION OF THIS MANUSCRIPT found twenty years after Thoreau’s death, unpublished, tied with a faded pink ribbon among Emerson’s papers. The essay is divided into three parts: “Qualities of the Recruit,” “What Music Shall We Have?” and “Not How Many, But Where the Enemy Are.” Thorea... continua a leggere
    • CHARLES E. GOODSPEED, 1901
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, the most rare of the issues, this one of only 15 copies printed on Japon Vellum paper, signed and numbered by Goodspeed. And with the rare original prospectus for the book with a statement by Goodspeed and an example of the work to be printed. With an illustration in sepia and facsimiles of Thoreau’s written prose and his lists of the ancient classics to be read which Sanborn had found in the master's papers and which he had reproduced for this volume. 4to, original tan cloth over gray boards with the publisher's lettering label to the spine panel. [6], 71, [1] pp. A very goo... continua a leggere
    • CHARLES E. GOODSPEED, 1903
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. With engraved portrait of Emerson as frontispiece and facsimiles of two of Emerson's letters. 4to, original white cloth over gray boards with the original printed paper label to the spine panel. [viii], [134], [1] pp. A very good and handsome copy, some of the usual mellowing to the turnovers and edges, clean and crisp and tight internally. FIRST EDITION OF THIS FINE WORK ON EMERSON BY A MAN WHO KNEW HIM AND THE TRANSCENDENTALIST AUTHORS WELL. A very early biography of Emerson, and one of the best-known, featuring very personal reflections on the man and his times. Franklin B... continua a leggere
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