Krnosha: John Martin's House, Inc.(1945). Square 4to; Lightly rubbed blue spiral bound boards. A DIORAMA BOOK Stories of Rapunazel, Snow White, the Golden Fleece, and King Arthur are presented and illustrated in color with occasional illustrations that are viewed through a 4'' sq. window. very good/o.
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NY: Vocational Service for Juniors (1940). Stated 1st edition 8vo., cloth covered boards, hardcover; 126 pages, black and white illustratrations, dedicated to Helen Iselm Henderson and inscribed “ Gratefully + affectionally Helel Iselm Henderson; a very good clean, tight copy.
San Francisco: Wine Advisory Board [circa 1943]. 8vo., stiff blue sunned covers, softcover; 40 lightly toned pages; a very good, clean, tight, unmarked copy.
NY: Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society, 1976. Stated First Edition; 16mo., red boards with gilt lettering, hardcover; 192 pages; subjects include: boredom at home, kinds of friends, should you drink, take drugs, sports studying, clothes, honesty and ends with “What do you want out of life” and the last...
West Islip, NY: Manetuck School, 1988. 1st edition; small 4to; stiff pictorial wraps, softcover; 51 pages; b&w illustrations; a very good, clean, tight, unmarked copy.
Duisburg, Germany:Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, 1987. 8vo. stiff pictorial wraps, softcover; 109 pages; color and black & white illustrations; a fine, clean, tight copy.
Chicago: W. B. Conkey (1905). Large 8vo; tan, black and green pictorial cloth, hardcover; 472 pages; black & white illustrations; lightly rubbed covers and a short non authorial inscription on the front free endpaper else a very good, clean, tight copy.
Boston, MA: Massachusetts Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, 1906. 5th edition; 12 mo; maroon and gilt cloth covered boards, small hardcover; 65 pages; black & white illustrations; a very good, clean, tight, unmarked copy.
NY: G.P. Putnam & Sons, 1872. First Edition; small 4to; cloth covered boards with gilt lettering on front cover; hardcover; 64 pages; black and white illustrations; dedicated to Edward Floyd De Lancey, Esq., of New York; lightly rubbed boards with some internal foxing else a very good clean tight copy.
NY: Harry E. Wolff, 1922. Fame and Fortune Weekly Stories of Boys That Make Money #861 March 31, 1822; small 4to., disbound paper wraps, softcover; 28 pages plus ads; disbound cover and heavily age toned and lightly edgeworn pages.
Brooklyn: F. G. Fish, 1845. First Edition; small 8vo; leather backed decorative boards with gilt lettering and top edges gilt; hardcover; decorative endpapers; bookplate “stamped withdrawn” and printed “presented by Mrs. Elbert B. Monroe”; 220 pages; 2 black & white illustrations; St. Ann's church was the first Episcopal Church in.....
London: Seeley & Co., 1906. 8vo. red cloth covered boards with gilt decorations, decorative hardcover; 308 pages plus ads. Rome and Greece in 50 AD; lightly edgeworn covers, small chips on page 77/78 not interfering with text and two of the advertising pages were carelessly and incompletely cut, light foxing...
Philadelphia: David McKay Company (1944). Small 4to; pictorial boards; hardcover; black and white illustrations; sunned boards with a chipped spine and sunned pages else a good copy in a chipped pictorial dust jacket.
Rochester, NY: Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 1885. First Edition; 16mo; cloth backed boards; hardcover; 96 pages plus illustrations of instruments manufactured by Baush & Lomb Optical Co.; black and white illustrations; name written on front cover; sticker on inside front cover: Hirsch, Kahn & Co. Maufactur’g Opticians Photo-Supplies 333...
NY: The Orion Press (1959). First edition; small 4to.; cloth covered boards, hardcover; xx, 156 pages; translated from the French by Abbott; color illustrations; a humorous look at marriage; boards are sunned and corners are bumped else a very good, clean tight copy in an edgeworn and sunned dust jacket.
NY: Harper & Brothers (1871). 1st edition; small 8vo. green with gilt lettering cloth covered boards, hardcover; 298 pages; edgeworn covers else a very good, clean, tight copy.
NY: Sheldon & Co. (1865). 12mo., decorative brown and gilt cover, b&w illustrations, dusty edges else very good/o.
NY: Sheldon & Company (no date). 24mo; embossed cloth covered boards with gilt lettering and decoration; hardcover; 192 pages; black and white illustrations; edgeworn and rubbed covers with lightly sunned pages else a very good tight copy.
Boston: Brown Taggard and Chase, 1857. 16mo.; brown embossed cloth covered boards, hardcover; 221 pages; black and white illustrations; some internal foxing else a very good tight copy in edgeworn and heavily sunned boards especially at spine with lettering faded.
NY: Sheldon & Company, 1864. 24mo; embossed cloth covered boards with gilt lettering and decoration on spine; hardcover; 96 pages; black and white illustrations; sunned and rubbed boards with bumped corners and frayed spine ends with some internal foxing else a very good clean tight copy.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1928. First edition; 8vo. green cloth. Color and b&w illustrations by Charles Bryson.very good in chipped dust jacket; price sticker was torn off top of cover and left a small white square not interfering with lettering or picture.
New York; The Outlook Company; 1910. small 4 to; green wraps, softcover; 132 pages plus advertisements; articles include: The American Woman and Her Home by Six American Women; The Romance of Missions by Charles H. Brent; The Tariff: A Moral Issue by Theordore Roosevelt; lightly sunned and foxed edgeworn covers...
South Windsor, CT: Inspiration House 1976. 9th Printingear, 12mo., red and gilt decorative cloth covered boards, hardcover; unpaginated; signed by the author and the illustrator; a very good, clean tight copy in a lightly edgeworn dustjacket.
NY: Sky Pony Press, 2012. 1st edition with 1 in the numberline; small 4to; pictorial boards; illustrated endpapers; color illustrations; a very good, clean, tight, unmarked copy in a very good dustjacket.
Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1958. 8vo. cloth backed striped boards, hardcover; xxi, 96 pages; 21 page introduction by Ralph Adams Cram; the story of Abelard and Heloise; former owner’s bookplate on front free endpaper and his name and address stamp on the half title page else a very good...