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    • EDWARD MOXON, 1[868]
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. With 9 fine steel-engraved plates with captions by Doré. Royal folio, original royal-blue cloth elaborately decorated in gilt and black on the upper cover and spine in all-over designs. [vi], 160-216 pp. A fine and bright copy, beautifully preserved with very little evidence of age AND ELUSIVE TITLE IN THE DORÉ OEUVRE. An Arthurian poem and an impressive piece of Victorian book design and illustration. A showcase for the illustrative talents of Doré. continua a leggere
    • CHARLES B. RICHARDSON, 1866
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. Illustrated with numerous fine engraved portraits of Grant and other noted Union soldiers, each with a facsimile signature, and with maps on plates and battlefield sketch maps within the text. Large, tall 8vo, publisher's original brown cloth, decorated in blind on both covers, the spine lettered in gilt within a gilt decorated panel. 512, [4 ads] pp. A very well preserved copy, the text still quite fresh and clean, a little light spotting to the prelims and plates only, the binding sturdy and attractive with light mellowing to the spine panel. FIRST EDITION OF THIS VERY EARL... continua a leggere
    • EZRA STRONG, 1836
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First Expanded Edition thus, including the writing that appeared first in "The History of the Pirates" published in 1825, but here with additions including the report of the execution of the pirates at Boston in 1835. With a title-page vignette and 13 engraved plates of harrowing exploits at sea. 8vo, in full contemporary tree calf, the spine with remnants of gilt decorated labels. 298 pp. The text is well preserved, rather clean with the typical occasional foxing scattered throughout, the stitches sturdy, the binding is rather worn, two leaves, an end leaf and another removed at the front ... continua a leggere
    • DONALD M. GRANT, 1987
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First trade edition. With 10 colour plates and dustjacket design from original artwork commissioned for the book by Phil Hale. 8vo, publisher's original black cloth in the colour pictorial dustjacket and original cello shrink-wrapping. 399pp., and afterward by King. Mint, a pristine copy completely as new and with the publisher's original cello packaging completely intact. FIRST EDITION AND A SUPERB COPY OF STEPHEN KING'S WESTERN SERIES OF TIME TRAVEL, FANTASY, HORROR AND ADVENTURE. The series was inspired by 'Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came' by Robert Browning. This entry in the story... continua a leggere
    • CASSELL, PETTER, AND GALPIN, [C. 1870]
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    • Note Bibliografiche: A very early issue of this wonderfully illustrated Cervantes. With 118 spectacular illustrations by by Gustave Doré. Folio (32 x 24 cm), half dark-green morocco over green pebbled cloth boards, the spine with raised bands gilt tooled, gilt rules to the compartments and gilt lettering in one, marbled edges and endpapers. xxviii, 737 pp. A very handsome and sturdy copy, as fine and fresh and bright, the binding is very strong and well preserved, beautiful and of fine craftsmanship. AN UNUSUALLY HANDSOME COPY. VERY SCARCE IN SUCH WELL PRESERVED CONDITION. Gustave Doré was one of the greatest i... continua a leggere
    • THE NONESUCH PRESS, 1938
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, first issue by the Nonesuch Press. Illustrated title-page. Thick 8vo, very handsomely bound in full green morocco by Bayntun-Riviere of Bath, the spine with raised bands, the compartments with central gilt tool, one compartment lettered in gilt, marbled endleaves, all edges gilt. xxxix, 1116 pp. A fine copy in excellent condition, extremely fresh for Depression era paper, the binding very well prserved with only very light mellowing to the green of the spine. VERY HANDSOME COPY OF THE FIRST NONESUCH WHITMAN IN A SELDOM ENCOUNTERED FINE BINDING. The text includes all the poems... continua a leggere
    • CASSELL AND CO, 1930, 1927, 1933
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First editions, volume one being fourth impression of the first edition. With over 400 illustrations from photographs. 8vo, beautifully and intriguingly bound in full impressed calf, the upper covers with finely designed central ornamental panels depicting ancient Egyptian pictorial scenes and executed in the colours, green, blue, orange, red and black, borders with single fillet lines in blind, the lower covers with central ornamental device using the same colours as those implemented on the upper covers, spines with single lettering label gilt. xxiii, 223, index; xxxiv, 269, in... continua a leggere
    • WESTMINSTER PRESS, N.D., CIRCA 1912
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition thus, the Westminster imprint by arrangement with Hodder & Stoughton. Illustrated with 20 remarkable tipped-in colour plates by Frank Reynolds with opaque lettered tissue guards, and with a colour vignette title page and colour illustrated endpapers. Thick 4to, publisher’s original bright crimson cloth lettered in gilt on the spine and upper cover, and with the fine gilt and black pictorial vignette on the upper cover, in the elusive original printed dustjacket. viii, 534 pp. A bright, handsome and fresh copy with only very minor evidence of age, the dustjacket also very well ... continua a leggere
    • THE WESTMINSTER PRESS, [1911]
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. Illustrated with 20 mounted color plates by Frank Reynolds and a vignette titlepage. 4to, red cloth lettered in gilt on spine and cover, with gilt and black silhouette decoration on cover, in scarce dustjacket. 572 pp. A very handsome and fresh copy, very bright and very clean, the scarce dustjacket very well preserved and a very pleasing copy. FIRST EDITION OF THIS VERY PLEASING ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF CHARLES DICKENS’ CLASSIC WORK. “With many lovers of the author's works 'David Copperfield' ranks as the finest of his writings. With a book which gave to the world such charact... continua a leggere
    • SINGERLY & MYERS, STATE PRINTERS, 1867
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, includes a very early printing of Lincoln's famous Gettysburg Address. With an engraved frontispiece of the National Monument to be erected; a fold out map of the National Cemetery, and a map of the battlefields of Gettysburg. Small 4to, publisher's original brown cloth, blind embossed and lettered on both covers and the spine. 282pp. A very fresh and well preserved copy, especially considering the paper used in its production, the brown cloth bright and unfaded with strong hinges, a little wear at the head of the spine otherwise quite fine indeed. The text solid and clean wi... continua a leggere
    • J. & B. WILLIAM, 1834
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    • Note Bibliografiche: An early printing and a scarce Exeter imprint. With an engraved frontispiece of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth and a reproduction of the original 1716 title-page. 8vo, in full period calf, the spine with gilt ruled bands and gilt lettering. xvi, 360 pp. A very solid and well preserved example, text block in good order with some of the expected mellowing or evidence of age, the binding completely original, it shows some wear and rubbing, the joints starting. IMPORTANT SOURCE MATERIAL ON THESE EARLY CONFLICTS BETWEEN NEW ENGLAND COLONISTS AND NATIVE AMERICANS. Most of the material he... continua a leggere
    • HEMAN WILLARD, MAY, 1803
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    • Note Bibliografiche: A handsome early 19th century printing of this important Colonial text, with the preface to the Boston 1775 second edition included. This is a very early Stockbridge imprint, two years prior to the more common Roxbury imprint. 8vo, bound in full contemporary American tree calf, the spine richly decorated in a repeated vine motif in gilt, and with a red morocco label gilt lettered and stippled. vii, 375, 6 (subscriber's list) pp. A very well preserved and surprisingly fresh copy, with very little spotting, especially for a book of the period, a bit of expected general age toning, a bit of th... continua a leggere
    • A. D. WORTHINGTON & CO., 1894
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, sold only by subscription. Superbly illustrated with steel-engraved portraits and upwards of two hundred choice engravings mainly from instantaneous photographs taken from life and reproduced in facsimile by eminent artists, and with a map of the authors' journey, which is a large fold-out map printed in colour. Tall 8vo, publisher's original decorated brown cloth, the covers handsomely embossed in blind, the upper cover with a gilt title vignette featuring a steamship, stylized letters and facsimile signatures of the authors, the spine similarly decorated all over in gilt tr... continua a leggere
    • HUTCHINSON & CO., 1936
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition. With 37 illustrations on plates, primarily from photographs. Tall 8vo, bound in the publisher's original black cloth lettered on the spines in gilt, in the original dustjackets and publisher's slipcase with printed paper label. 448; 450 pp. This is a truly fine set, free of the typical toning and with only the lightest evidence of use, the jackets still look very handsome, crisp and fresh and show only some light edge wear, the slipcase too shows only light rubbing to the edges. An especially pleasing survival. FIRST EDITION AND THE BEST, MOST COMPLETE AND MOST EXT... continua a leggere
    • JONATHAN CAPE, 1933
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. With a portrait frontispiece from a photograph, a Sa'udi Dynasty family tree, and two maps. 8vo, in the original green cloth lettered on the upper cover and spine in ivory, in the scarce original dustjacket. 299 pp. A fine copy of the book, the text clean and as pristine, only a hint of age to the edged and a touch of mellowing to the paste-downs, the green cloth especially bright and fresh, a little age mellowing only to the lettering of the spine panel, the jacket is still handsome and complete with some normal light age mellowing and a bit of edgewear. AN EARLY BIOGRAPHY O... continua a leggere
    • JONATHAN CAPE, 1950
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition. With a frontispiece from a 1947 photograph, a reproduction of the Eric Kennington portrait of Abdullah from "Seven Pillars of Wisdom", and a third photograph, all on glossy plates. Small 8vo, publisher's original red cloth lettered in gilt on the spine, in the scarce original dustjacket printed in black and purple. 278pp. A very nice copy, the paper a touch mellowed as is common and with foxing along the edges of the plates with offset, the red cloth especially bright and fresh, fine and sturdy and clean, the jacket attractive with no fading to the purple, just some light gen... continua a leggere
    • HUTCHINSON & CO., 1898
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, large paper issue. Frontispiece portrait of Burton with facsimile of his signature. 8vo, bound in three quarter blue/gray calf over blue cloth boards, the spine with two gilt trimmed and lettered black morocco labels, t.e.g. xix, 351. A very pleasing copy of this work, rarely found in fine condition. The text quite fresh with just a bit of mellowing to the prelims, the binding attractive, very well preserved and essentially fine. The first signature a bit loose as is frequently found due to tipped in frontispiece on stiff paper. VERY SCARCE FIRST EDITION IN ITS BEST FORMAT. A... continua a leggere
    • HOUGHTON MIFFLIN AND CO. AT THE RIVERSIDE PRESS, [1908]
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 25 volumes. The Warwickshire Edition. Wonderfully illustrated with engraved frontispieces and with dozens of fine photogravure plates. 8vo, in the handsome original three-quarter brown morocco over red marbled boards, the spines with raised bands creating four gilt framed compartments with large gilt centerpieces and corners, and two gilt ruled compartments gilt lettered, red marbled endpapers, t.e.g. A nice and handsome set, internally quite fresh and clean, just a hint of age mellowing, a few leaves opened carelessly, a leaf here or there with tear, the spines very handsome with bright gi... continua a leggere
    • BY BASIL BLACKWELL AT THE SHAKESPEARE HEAD PRESS, 1931
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 11 volumes. Large Paper Edition, complete as issued and one of only 500 hand-numbered copies for distribution by Houghton Mifflin of a total edition of only 1000 copies printed. These eleven volumes comprise the complete fiction. With illustrations by Jack Hewer comprising thirty landscape and architectural views. Tall 8vo,, bound in the publisher's original paper-covered boards backed in black buckram, the spines with brown morocco labels framed and lettered in gilt. A very nice set, internally fine and clean and very fresh, a little general age mellowing and a touch of rubbing at the edge... continua a leggere
    • FOR THE HAKLUYT SOCIETY, 1930
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition, Hakluyt Series II, volumes 65 and 70. Portrait frontispiece, extract from Columbus' notebook, 6 maps (several folding). 8vo, publisher’s original blue cloth with overall blind stamped designs to the covers, gilt sailing vessels as central pictorial ornaments at the center of each cover, gilt lettering between blind bands on the spine panels. clv, 167, index; lxxxvii, 143, index pp. Very handsome copies, showing almost no wear or evidence of use. An especially pleasing set very bright and well preserved. FIRST EDITION and one of the most important publications regar... continua a leggere
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