NY: McLoughlin Brothers, no date (ca 1910). Small 4to.; tan cloth covered boards with red, green and brown decorations, hardcover; 46 pages; black and white illustrations and a color illustrated frontispiece; non-authorial gift inscription on front free endpaper dated 1910, some light internal foxing and pages are tanned else a....
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Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1929. 14th edition; 16mo; flexible red leather with gilt lettering, small hardcover; 404 pages;German text; 38 maps and 31 plans; small chip on front cover and some edgewear to last few pages else a very good, clean, tight copy.
Stamford, Ct: Overlook Press (1950). First edition. one of a limited edition of 250 copies; small 4 to., decorative boards, hardcover; 48 pages; color illustrations; a fine clean, tight, unmarked copy.
NY: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1896. 1st U.S. Edition, gilt stamped pictorial cloth, top edge gilt; illustrations by Clifton Johnson; very good/o.
Gorinchem: J. Noorduijn & Zoon, 1898. 8vo.; pictorial hard boards, hardcover; 44 pages plus index; A Dutch children’s cookbook with 48 recipes; Text in Dutch; lithographic cover by Emrik & Binger pasted over slightly chipped and worn boards with lower 3 cm. of spine cover missing and spine slightly bent else good.
Chicago: The Oriental Institute Of The University Of Chicago, 1964. From the Workshop of the Chicago Assyrian Dictionary; 1st edition; stiff pictorial wraps; 200 pages; black and white illustrations; foreward by Robert Adams, director, the Oriental Institute; essays by the editors, Giorgio Buccellati, and Richard Caplice, M.Vivil, A.K.Grayson, William Hallo.....
Chicago: Albert Whitman & Co. (1934). First edition; small 4to.; plaid cloth covered boards with pictorial label on front cover and illustrated endpapers, hardcover; 32 pages; a very good clean tight copy in sunned boards that are edgeworn at the spine ends and lacking the dust jacket.
NY: Random House (1961). First edition meeting all the points in Hanrahan; small 4to.; cloth backed boards, hardcover; 144 pages; black and white illustrations; Translated from the German by Doris Orgel; page 71 has a crease and the remainder of tape marks on dust jacket edge and corresponding endpapers else...
London: Blackie and Sons, 1908. small 8vo.green, cream, and brown pictorial boards with gilt lettering, all edges green, hardcover; 231 pages plus publisher's catalogue; black and white illustrations; David Burpee label on front pastedown else a very good, clean, tight copy.
NY: W.A. Townsend Publishers, 1865. 8vo. cloth covered boards, hardcover; 229 pages plus an Index to the names contained in the book, compiled by Harry Macy, Jr in 1968; a very good, clean, tight, unmarked copy.
Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press and Little, Brown (1984). Stated First edition; Inscribed with an original drawing and signed by both authors opposite the title page; oblong 8vo.; grey cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on spine, hardcover; color illustrations; a very good clean, tight copy in a lightly edgeworn dust jacket.
NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1923. Second Edition thoroughly revised and reset, total issue. sevem thousand; small 4to; cloth covered boards with gilt lettering; hardcover; 556 pages; black and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy.
Panama: I. L. Maduro, Jr., (1937). 18”x24” folded map to 9” x 4 1/4” size; stiff pictorial wraps of Balboa Discoverer of the Pacific Ocean on the front, softcover; color maps and black and white photographic illustrations on verso with Ruins of Old Panama in text; wraps are lightly edgeworn...
South Melbourne: The Macmillan Co of Australia (1987). 4to.; glossy pictorial boards, hardcover; color illustrations; Inscribed and illustrated by Base, signed; a very good clean tight copy with the bottom corners lightly rubbed but lacking the dust jacket.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company (1926). Small 8vo; decorative cloth backed boards with gilt lettering and front pictorial pastedown; hardcover; 155 pages; black and white illustrations; a very good clean tight copy in a sunned and chipped pictorial dust jacket.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1986. First Edition, Stated First Printing; 12mo. small blue cloth covered boards , hardcover; from the dustjacket: “Bruce Chatwein and Paul theroux join forces in a literary quest to fine some of the instances in these ‘final capes of exile’ have affected the literary imagination; “signed by.....
NY: Alfred A. Knopf 1973. Small 4to; cloth backed boards, hardcover; 174 pages; signed by Cheever; a fine, clean, unmarked, tight copy in a fine dustjacket.
NY: Irving Berlin Inc. (1933). 4to.; pictorial wraps, softcover; 5 pages; 3.00 written in ink on back cover with lightly edgeworn wraps else very good.
Cambridge: Rupert Books, 1999. 8vo. black boards, hardcover; pictorial endpapers; 235 pages plus advertising for new book; black and white photographic illustrations; a fine, clean, tight, unmarked edition in a fine dustjacket.
Walt Disney Enterprises (1938). 4to.; linen like pictorial wraps with stapled binding, softcover; color illustrations and one black and white illustration; wraps are rubbed in spots and sunned else a very good clean copy.
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner 1895. First edition; 12mo., red bevelled boards with decorations, a minstrel, a shepherdess and sheep in gilt, b&w drawings. by Hugh Thomson, front free endpaper removed else very good/o.
NY: Mainstream Publishers, 1959. First Edition, Stated First Printing, November,1959 8vo. cloth covered boards, hardcover; ix, 367 pages; the second volume of a trilogy that is a historical novel depicting what was like to be a Negro in the United States from 1870 until the 1950s; a fine, clean, tight...
Philadelphia, PA: Edward Stern & Co., Inc., 1908. Stated 2nd printing; 4to.; cloth backed embossed boards with pictorial paste down; b/w illustrations and 15 color plates all present; boards are rubbed with slight soiling and sunning to back cover with tears to page edge of verses title page and former...
Paris: Librairie Ernest Flammarion, no date [ca 1920]. 24mo; small cloth backed boards, hardcover; 77 pages plus ad; 7 full page color plates by Margaret Tarrant; French text; edge chipped covers, internally, a very good, clean, tight, unmarked copy.
NY: Macmillan, 1940. 1st ed. square 8vo. Blue cloth. Illus. by Karl Larson. Pedro, a houseboy in the home of a wealthy American, saves the life of an American boy. The color and architecture of Mexico is depicted in gay double page illustrations and numerous vignettes. Cover faded with some...