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Garden City: Doubleday, Page and Co, 1925. Hardcover. Blue cloth boards with faded gilt title to spine and front board. Browning to spine, wear to hinges and edges of boards. Minor soiling to boards. Includes laid in card from the Coast Guard Cutter Haida. Clean interior overall with occasional foxing. Illustrated. 321 pages. MAR/040820. Very Good.
Paris: Bibliotheque Artistique; Librairie des Bibliophiles, 1884. Hardcover. Originally published in 1863, this sword play filled novel was later adapted into several films and theatrical versions. Very good in contemporary leather backed marbled paper covered boards with matching marbled end pages. Gilt titles and raised bands to spines. Light rubbing to bands and edges of leather on all volumes. Bumping to edges of front board of volume three. Original wrappers are bound in. Includes several etchings. Clean, tight interiors with occasional spots of foxing. 270 pages; 294 pages; 293 pages. FRE/041409. Very Good.
Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1942. Rudolf Koch was a leading German calligrapher, typographic artist and teacher who, in the 1920s, invited Fritz Kredel to join his studio where Kredel perfected the art of making woodcuts. Das Blumenbuch (The Flower Book), originally published in an expanded edition in 1929-30, was the first collaboration between the two artists and was Kredel's first major book commission. This collaboration is regarded by many as their masterpiece. This set of 80 color plates from the original edition display the beauty of the illustrations Koch and Kredel created. This is a variant of the book issued in 1942, with the loose plates in groups of four housed in a cardboard box. The box is only in good condition, with chipping, bumping, and tears. The leather spine label is torn and only Koch's name remains. However, the contents are in very good condition. There are seven pages of text in German in the last gathering. Sheets are 9.25 x 12.25 inches. BOB/041620. Very Good.
New York: Marshall Cavendish, (1999). Hardcover. First edition. Square 8vo. Yellow and white illlustrated paper covered boards with red title to front board and to spine. Pristine interior filled with lovely full color illustrations. White illustrated dust jacket with red title to front and spine panels. 56 pages. CHILD/100809. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket.
Lincoln: Penmaen Press, (1980). First Edition. Hardcover. LIMITED EDITION SIGNED BY THE TRANSLATOR AND ILLUSTRATOR. Number 75 of 100. First edition. Half green cloth and decorated paper boards with gilt title to spine. Slight yellowing to top edge of boards. Minor foxing to top edge of text block, otherwise fine. Text is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. Designed by Michael McCurdy. 62 pages. Private Press. PRI/101216. Near Fine.
New York: The Heritage Press, 1960. Hardcover. Fine quarto, light green cloth backed patterned paper boards, gilt vignette stamped to cover. Green, white & gilt title label to spine, which is somewhat faded. Corners sharp, no wear to spine ends, edges. Tiny amount of soiling to rear board. Interior is bright white laid-paper w/no foxing. Full page color illustrations throughout; wide-margins. A charming edition of this classic. 96 pp. Illustrated Books. ILL/8223. Fine.