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Garden City: Doubleday and Company Inc, 1973. Hardcover. First Edition. "In text written especially to complement the Harrises' bold illustrations, Father Berrigan draws on personal experiences, particularly in prison, to explore the symbolism of the cross. At the same time, he commments on war, the Church, madness and sanity, the individual's evaluation of his role in society, and the cross itself as it has been and can become for each person" (jacket). Thin Quarto. Grey cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Ex-library marking in red pen to front free endpaper and to half title page. Full page color illustrations. In orange dust jacket with white title to spine and front panels. Sunning to spine of jacket. Closed tears and wear to edges of jacket. Minor rubbing and light soiling to jacket. Clean interior. Unpaginated. REL/062520. Very Good / Very Good.
Chicago: Pascal Covici / Renshaw Press, 1925. Hardcover. Number 620 of 1100 copies. Also the pictures of Holbein etched in the author's time, to which are added Mr. Angarola's conception of the period and drawings by way of contemporary comment by Gene Markey, Esq. An attractive printing of this classic work with almost 30 black and white illustrations. Bound in dark brown cloth over light brown paper covered boards with heavilly oxidized gilt title and decoration to spine. The spine title has become so darkened, it is no longer legible. Minor wear to edges of spine and boards. Foxing to fore-edge of text block and occasional spots of foxing to interior, but clean overall. 208 pages. PHIL/020923. Very Good.
Geneva: Librairie de l'Universite Georg & Cie S. A., (1962). Hardcover. 4to. White glossy paper covered boards with black title to front and spine panels. Illustrations to boards. Light browning to board edges as well as minor rubbing. Chipping to plastic coating along hinges. Minor wear to foot of spine. Interior is clean and bright with many black and white illustrations and tipped in color illustrations. Also includes other tipped in items like a playing card and a letter. IN FRENCH. 74 pages. Philosphy. PHIL/041708. Very Good +.
Parisiis [Paris]: Editore Ambrosio Firmin Didot, 1858. Hardcover. Rudolf Hercher ( 1821 – 1878) was a German classical philologist, who worked as a Grammar school teacher in Rudolstadt (1847–1859) and Berlin (1861–1878). He is especially known for his textual criticism of diverse Greek authors. Bound in marbled paper boards with quarter black leather spine with titling in gilt. Covers are lightly abraded and spine and tips have rubbing. Offsetting to pastedowns and free endpapers. Two previous ownership signatures on free front endpaper. The text is printed in two columns with the original Greek and the Latin translation. The text pages are lightly aged but clean and quite legible. Very good condition. Small quarto. 541,115 pages. CLASS/021023. Very Good.
New York: Jason Aronson, 1973. Hardcover. Volume I: Understanding the Symbolic Meaning of Language and Vol 2: Understanding the Unconcious Meaning of Language. Green cloth boards with gilt titles to spines. Clean, tight interiors. Orange and green dust jackets with white titles to spines. Vol I, 498 pages; Vol II, 437 pages. REF/050206. Very Good in Very Good dj.
Lancaster, PA. J.E. Woodbridge and Wendell T. Bush, 1916. Paperback. Very good- in off-white side stapled paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Minor wear includes slight stain, closed tear repaired with archival tape and small open tear to front cover. Periodical. PER/7102. Very Good -.