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    • VARIOUS PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPH FIRMS, CIRCA 1918-1919
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: 29 Original Government Posters. Beautifully designed period colour graphics and images designed to inspire patriotism and investment and support for American troops overseas and in the war effort and defense of the American homeland. Folio posters, generally 14' by 11", with some variation., the original posters, now mounted to tan stiff plates contained in a 16.5" by 14.5" binder of gray cloth-covered boards with burgundy morocco corner pieces and chrome trimmed tips. 29 plates. A remarkable collection, the posters all beautifully preserved, most very clean and fresh, a few with minor soil... continua a leggere
    • RAW BOOKS, 1980-1986
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8 volumes. First edition and printing of the avant-garde graphics magazine, which also contain as inserts the first editions/printings of parts one through seven of Speigelman's graphic novel MAUS, thus the complete later-issued book MAUS with part one of the book MAUS II. Post-modern illustrations to every page in "comic book" style by various contributors. Black and white, and with colour illustrations to the wrappers. The MAUS illustrations are by Spiegelman Folio (14.25" x 10.5"), stitch bound in the original and vivid colour illustrated wrappers, the issues of MAUS being folio (7" x 5.... continua a leggere
    • WARD, LOCK AND CO., [CIRCA 1879]
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Very Scarce First and presumed only edition. illustrated throughout. Small 8vo, publisher's original stiff wrappers, the upper cover lettered and pictorially decorated in colours with the famous 1878 newspaper engraving of Alexander Graham Bell demonstrating the telephone to Queen Victoria, spine and rear cover lettered in black 99 pp., 26 ads. pp. A very well preserved example of this rare and delicate item, the wrappers in especially good state, very attractive,with some expected mellowing and chipping, the text quite clean and fine. This copy is in significantly better condition than the... continua a leggere
    • J.-J. DUBOCHET ET CE., 1844
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: Very scarce first edition. 8vo, in the publisher's original yellow paper wrappers printed in black. Now housed in an unusual and very attractive black protective box with Plexi protector, the lid held in place by stiff panel decorated with an sepia photograph visible through a port. iv, 248pp. A rare first edition copy in fully original state and in the printer's delicate wrappers, the text largely unopened and quite fine but for some very minor spotting or mellowing, the wrappers with some soiling and wear but completely original and unsophisticated, the spine largely degenerated FIRST EDI... continua a leggere
    • J. S. MERLIN, 1827
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: Scarce first edition. 8vo, in the original scarce printed wrappers stitch bound. 45, [2] pp. A well preserved copy of this scarce and delicate publication, in full original state and condition, this copy remains unopened, some expected age mellowing and occasional spotting. FIRST EDITION. VERY SCARCE IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS. This is Klaproth's second paper on the important and at the time ongoing rivalry between British polymath Thomas Young and Jean-Francois Champollion on the deciphering of the Rosetta Stone. Julius Klaproth, along with Edmé-François Jomard and many others sided with Young a... continua a leggere
    • LE LIVRE CONTEMPORAIN, 1929
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Limited to 120 copies, this being No. 8., and with an illustrated dinner menu added. Provenance of Lucien Allienne, noted bibliophile and collector of bindings, from his important library which was sold in November 1985, March and May 1986, at the Hotel Drouot in Paris. Engraved pictorial colour half-title, frontispiece, numerous engraved colour illustrations, and full-page color plates. 4to, bound in very fine livres d’artiste binding of full wine-red morocco by Marius Michel, gilt and black stamped in a modern deco-styled geometric line pattern in an all-over design seemingly transcending... continua a leggere
    • RICHARD GRIFFIN AND COMPANY, [1841; 1841; [N.D., CA. 1853]
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: Comprised of three independent works bound together as one and issued with a general title-page. Very rare first edition bringing together the three works published separately in 1841 - ca. 1853. With an engraved plate demonstrating positive and negative photography and 29 cuts and engravings throughout the text. 8vo, publisher's original green ribbed cloth embossed in blind on both covers, the spine blind embossed and gilt lettered, printed advertisement endpapers. viii, 96; xii, 51; 55, [12 ads] pp. A well preserved example of this rare collection, typically not found in nice condition du... continua a leggere
    • PRINTED FOR JACOB ROBINSON, 1743
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    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, the first of the two issues of 1743, being the issue printed by Robinson with the author's names stated. From the library of noted piracy and maritime historian Philip Gosse, with his bookplate on the front endpaper, neat marginal notes in pencil in his hand and a unique and original manuscript multi-folding map drawn by Gosse tipped in at the front of the book. UNIQUELY ILLUSTRATED with a large folding map by Philip Gosse added and tipped in the front. The edition calls for no map or illustrations whatsoever, this copy being one-of-a-kind. 8vo, in contemporary three-quarter ... continua a leggere
    • L'IMPRIMERIE DE BAUDOUIN FRéRES, SEPTEMBRE 1819
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Rare First edition. With hieroglyphic number symbols printed within the text and with a folding plate. 8vo, handsomely bound in antique purple boards by Lobstein-Laurenchet with a gilt lettered morocco label on the spine. 31 pp. A very fine and beautifully preserved example of this rare item. FIRST EDITION OF THIS RARE AND VERY EARLY WORK ON THE NEWLY DISCOVERED KEY TO TRANSLATING THE HIEROGLYPHS AND THE NUMBERING SYSTEM OF THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS, OCLC lists only a very small number in institutional holdings, perhaps less than 13. We know of no other copy in commerce and there are no auction... continua a leggere
    • SMITH, ELDER AND CO., 1880
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First edition. 8vo, in the publisher's original and Purdy's primary binding of red cloth, the upper cover lettered and paneled to produce two vignettes from drawings by Hardy all in black, the spines lettered and decorated with sword and trumpet in gilt and black and with the two line ruled borders on the rear covers in blind. Housed in a blue cloth-coverd clamshell box with morocco label gilt lettered. [ii], vi, 296; [ii], vi, 276; [ii], vi, 259 pp. A very handsome set, the bindings attractive and fresh, expert and unobtrusive refurbishment at the spine tips, the text-block tigh... continua a leggere
    • SMITH, ELDER, & CO., 1876
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition. With eleven attractive wood-engraved plates after George Du Maurier. Tall 8vos, in the publisher's original and primary binding of brick-red cloth, the upper covers with lettering blocked in gilt within elaborate black Victorian borders, the spines decorated and lettered similarly in black and gilt, cafe-au-lait endpapers. Now housed in a fine cloth-covered clamshell box with attractive printed label. vi, [1], 322, [2 ad]; vi, [1], 318, [2 ad] pp. An uncommonly handsome set of one of Hardy's rarest works, all the more so in original cloth and desirable condition. T... continua a leggere
    • FOR A. MILLAR, 1752
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 4 volumes. First Edition. 12mo, beautifully bound in very handsome signed Bedford bindings of full polished calf, the boards attractively framed with double gilt fillet ruling with circular corner-pieces, the spines very attractively fully gilt decorated with floral motifs in compartments separated by gilt stippled raised bands, two compartments with red and green contrasting morocco labels gilt lettered and further decorated, board edges double gilt ruled, turn-ins gilt tooled, marbled endpapers. With the attractive engraved bookplates of poetess Marie Tudor Garland. xii, 285; vii, 262,[1 ... continua a leggere
    • LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, LONGMANS, & ROBERTS, 1857
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First edition and the first issue with "tattooed" for "tabooed" on page 269, line 24 of the second volume. Tall 8vo, in the publisher's original light brown cloth decoratively paneled on the boards in blind, the spines gilt lettered, the first issue bindings uniform with The Warden, Volume I has brick red endpapers advertising Mrs. Jameson's Works. Volume II has brick red endpapers advertising Treasury of Geography and The Life and Epistles of St. Paul and Volume 3 brick red advertising the Completion of the Travelers Library. Now housed in a very attractive morocco backed slipca... continua a leggere
    • SMITH, ELDER AND COMPANY, 1878
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First edition, and with the first issue state of the title-page to Vol. I. A COPY WITH FINE PROVENANCE, FROM THE DOHENY COLLECTION WITH THE FINE MOROCCO LABELS GILT OF ESTELLE DOHENY AT THE PASTEDOWNS. With a cartographic frontispiece in the first volume drawn by Hardy. 8vo, in the publisher's original brown fine-ribbed cloth with panels and simple ornaments blocked in black on the upper boards; the lower boards with a simple blind-stamped double ruled border, the spines attractively lettered and decorated in gilt and black, Purdy's first issue binding, which is Sadleir's second.... continua a leggere
    • OSGOOD, MCILVAINE AND COMPANY, 1896
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, first state with all points called for. With an etched illustration as frontispiece, and at end a map of Wessex. 8vo, in the original dark green ribbed cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, and with the floral gilt T/H decorative monogram on the upper cover, t.e.g. viii, 516, map. A hansome and bright copy, clean and fresh, the text very well preserved, just a bit of age evidence to the endpapers and a touch on the tissue guard, the cloth is very well preserved. A very pleasing copy of this great work. FIRST EDITION AND A VERY PLEASING COPY IN ORIGINAL CLOTH OF JUDE THE OBSCURE, ... continua a leggere
    • SMITH, ELDER AND CO., 1886
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition. 8vo, in the scarce original blue cloth, the upper covers decorated and lettered in black, the spines in gilt and black, floral endpapers. Housed in a fine gilt decorated morocco backed slipcase with separate chemises. 313, [2 ads]; 312, [4 ads] pp. A handsome set in the original cloth, the bindings with light rubbing or mellowing, a very small bit of occasional spotting to the text, much better then cloth copies are typically found. FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL CLOTH OF ARGUABLY HARDY'S GREATEST NOVEL. Only 759 copies of the first edition were printed, making it also ... continua a leggere
    • OSGOOD, M'ILVAINE AND CO, 1897
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: First edition, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, THOMAS HARDY. A copy with fine provenance, having been in the collection of renown bibliophile Carroll Atwood Wilson. With an etching as frontispiece and map of Wessex. 8vo, in the publisher's original dark green cloth, the upper board with the T/H decorative monogram in gilt, the spine gilt lettered, t.e.g. Now in a handsome morocco back gilt decorated slipcase with chemise. ix, 338 pp. A very fine and handsome copy in the original cloth, only a small mark on the rear upper board edge, otherwise very fresh and unfaded, bright gilt, hinges strong, text c... continua a leggere
    • FOR A. MILLAR, 1749
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: 6 volumes. First edition, the first issue with errata and uncorrected text. From the noted collection of Beverly Chew with his red morocco, gilt lettered ex libris on the front endpapers. Small 8vo, in very handsome polished antique mottled calf, the boards framed in gilt, the spines with gilt stippled raised bands between gilt framed and tooled compartments featuring large central gilt tooling, two compartments with contrasting red and green morocco labels gilt tooled and lettered, board edges gilt tooled, page edges speckled. Now housed in a fine slipcase. lxii, errata, 214; [2], 324; [2]... continua a leggere
    • SMITH, ELDER AND CO., 1863
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: 3 volumes. First edition. 8vo, in the original green textured cloth, quite rare to be found such, the boards paneled in blind, the spines gilt lettered and decorated. Housed in a single morocco backed slipcase within individual cloth-covered chemises, the morocco backed box decorated as a book with gilt tooled raised bands and gilt lettering. iv, 336; iv, 333, [2]; iv, 292 pp. A copy in original cloth and state, very rare as such, the text uncommonly fresh with only the most minor of occasional light spotting or mellowing, the cloth sturdy and dark green, a little expected rubbing and very ... continua a leggere
    • SMITH, ELDER AND CO., 1864
    • Libreria: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. (Stati Uniti)
    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 volumes. First edition, with the first printing points "hobbledehoya" page. 33, line 1 and page 70 paginated as "0." in Volume I. With the provenance of William Marchbank with his armorial bookplate. With eighteen illustrations on plates by J. E. Millais, R.A. Tall 8vos, in the publisher's original textured green cloth, all boards handsomely embossed in blind in botanic motif, the upper covers with a large central gilt vignette featuring lettering and floral vines around caged birds, the spines beautifully gilt lettered and decorated in fine Victorian style in a country motif, with brown ... continua a leggere
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