New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1854. Hardcover. 8vo. Brown cloth covered boards with gilt title and decoration to spine. Embossed decoration to boards. Full gilt edges. Minor fading to spine. Edgewear to exterior includes bumping and rubbing. Tear to cloth along rear exterior hinge. Crack to front interior hinge. Foxing throughout though text and illustrations remain bright. Hand colored illustrations. 415 pages + publisher's ads. LIT/100212. Very Good -.
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Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, 1928. Hardcover. 4to. Green cloth boards with color illustrated pastedown to front board. Faded gilt title to spine and black title to front board. Light rubbing to illustration on front board, and small chip to edge. Interior is clean with illustrations. Binding is a little loose, though hinges are not cracked. 342 pp. CHILD/042305. Very Good.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1926. Hardcover. 4to. Orange cloth covered boards with black title to front board and to spine. Color illustration to front board. Light browning to spine and light rubbing to rear board. Minor bumping to spine ends. Front interior hinge is starting but binding remains tight. Else is clean and bright with lovely illustrations throughout. Illustrated end pages. 416 pages. CHILD/052416. Very Good.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1977. Hardcover. 4to. Beige cloth covered boards with gitl title to spine. Wear to exterior includes minor browning to spine and one small scuff mark to cloth at rear hinge. Interior is clean and bright with lovely woodcut illustrations throughout. Housed in a light blue slip case with fading to edges. Unpaginated. ART/121509. Very Good +.
New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1906. Hardcover. First edition. Bound in grey cloth boards with gilt title to spine and color decoration to front cover. The spine is slightly cocked, name and date (1907) in ink on the verso of the dedication leaf, stain on the back cover and foot of spine, library withdrawal stamp on the rear endpaper, otherwise very good. Pictorial design on the front cover quite fresh. State of the binding with "Rex Beach" on the spine and front cover. 313 pages. LIT/102616. Very Good.
Munchen: Theodor Stroefer's Kunstverlag, circa 1890-1910. Hardcover. Blue cloth spine with illustrated paper covered boards titled in brown. Filled with poems and short stories for children (according to jacket aged 6 - 10 years) with charming illustrations on every page. Several have been hand colored. Minor foxing throughout. In original tan dust jacket with light green title to spine and front panels. Minor spots of dampstaining to jacket. Heavy chipping and wear to edges of jacket, which is now preserved in a removable plastic cover. Text in German. A cute book. 88 pages. GER/031819. Very Good / Very Good.
Chicago: Tand McNally & Company, 1942. Hardcover. Very good blue cloth 4to., bright color illustrated pastedown covers almost entire front board, Minor rubbing to edges of boards and to spine. Interior is clean, though light soiling to endpapers and ink inscription to front free end page. Adorable illustrations throughout, many are in bright color. 71 pages. A cute book. Children's Literature. CHIL/10153. Very Good.
New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, No date. Hardcover. SCARCE EDITION. 8vo. Red cloth covered boards with gilt title to brown title label on spine. Minor chipping and rubbing to title label and browning to spine. Minor discoloration to boards and bumping to edges. Crack to front interior hinge though binding remains tight. Finger smudge to verso of frontispiece, else is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. 509 pages. LIT/020216. Very Good.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, (1945). Hardcover. 4to. Maroon cloth covered boards with gilt title and illustrations to front board and gilt title to spine. Very slight rippling to cloth at top of boards. Inscription to previous owner on front free end page dated 1946. Else is clean and bright with 8 tipped in color plates and several black and white illustrations. Housed in white and pink illustrated box with white title and illustration to front board. Minor soiling, fading, browning too box as well as bumping to corners of box. 86 pages. POE/062217. Very Good.
London and New York: Frederick Warne and Co., Ltd., n.d. Hardcover. A nice reprint of this charming edition of Browning's famous poem. There are color illustrations throughout by Greenaway that capture the spirit of the poetry. Bound in green pictorial paper boards with yellow titled linen spine label. A few small nicks to paper boards but very good. Small brown stain along top and bottom of front pastedown and rear free endpaper. Ink ownership signature on free front endpaper. Very good condition. 8 x 10 inches. 48 pages. CHlL/011518. Very Good.
Philadelphia: Historical Publishing Company, 1889. Hard Cover. Bound in grey cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. There are several small spots of soiling to the boards. The interior is clean overall with occasional browning caused from the facing color plates. Illustrated with 500 engravings and several color plates. A fascinating book with great illustrations. 606 pages. AFR/011312. Very Good.
New York: Maxton Publishers, Inc., 1947. Hardcover. Version for young readers by Roselle Ross. Green paper backed illustrated paper covered boards with black title to front baord. Minor edge wear to boards. Interior is clean and bright and filled both black and white and full color illustrations. Green illustrated dust jacket with black spine. Minor edgewear and chipping to jacket. Two very small open tears to front panel of jacket. Very Good + in Very Good DJ.
Paris: Le Livre de Demain, Artheme Fauard & Cie, (1933). Paperback. Very good in yellow paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper and to spine and illustration to front and rear wrapper. Minor browning to wrappers and wear to spine ends. Slight foxing throughout though text remains clean and bright. Includes 32 lovely original woodcuts. 126 pages. In French. FRELANG/101415. Very Good.
New York: Samuel Gabriel Sons & Company, 1937. Hardcover. Very good. Colorfully illustrated boards with red cloth spine. Color illustrations. Book was originally provided with separate color illustrations to be cut out and pasted onto the pages; this has been done by a previous juvenile owner. Writing in pencil to end pages. 236 pages. Children's Literature. CHIL/022812. Very Good.
New York: Samuel Gabriel and Sons, 1937. Hardcover. Colorfully illustrated boards with red cloth spine. Minor edgewear to boards and spine ends. Illustrated jacket, worn, with a few open tears. Dust jacket is now in protective plastic sleeve. Interior is clean and bright with wonderful color illustrations. Book was originally provided with separate color illustrations to be cut out and pasted onto the pages; this has been done by a previous juvenile owner. 236 pages. Children's Literature. CHIL/10163. Very Good / Very Good Minus.
Paris: Le Livre de Demain, Artheme Fauard & Cie, (1933). Paperback. Very good in yellow paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper and to spine and illustration to front and rear wrapper. Minor browning and edgewear to wrappers. Minor foxing throughout though text remains bright. Includes 32 lovely original woodcuts. 125 pages. In French. FRELANG/101415. Very Good.
Boston: Marshall Jones Co., 1925. Hardcover. 8vo. In black cloth covered boards with light blue title stamp to cover and spine. Illustrated black and white jacket has many tears to spine and edges. Interior is mostly clean with many black and white illustrations. Endpapers are slightly yellowed. BLA/108280. Very Good / Good.
Philadelphia: Chilton Company, 1962. Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed, "For Barry with all the best Hal July 7, 1966." The book is inscribed to Barry Zorthian, the U.S. spokesman in Saigon during the Vietnam War. The book is about a wandering Black minstrel. It is written by an author who wrote extenisvely about African and American Black folklore and music. Bound in grey cloth with title and author in black to spine. In brown dustjacket with title and author on spine and front cover, and illustration of man on front. Some chipping and bumping. In very good condition. 118 pages. LIT/011513. Very Good in Very Good Dust Jacket.
New York: George Routledge and Sons, No Date (late 19th century). Hardcover. Very good. Oblong quarto. Olive green/brown cloth backed off white paper covered boards with brown and red title to front board. Moderate browning and rubbing to exterior as well as minor damp staining. Illustration to front board. Previous owner's name to front free end page. Minor browning throughout though text and illustrations remain bright. Lovely full color illustrations throughout. Plates by H. Rosa. LIT1/2042. Very Good.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1937. Hardcover. Later printing. Black cloth covered boards with faded gilt title to spine, with some letters partially missing gilt. Black title and pasted down color illustration to front board. A few very light spots of foxing to front cover illustration. Interior is clean and bright with 10 color plates and illustrated endpapers. 259 pages. CHILD/012618. Very Good.
London: Christophers, (1925). Hardcover. 4to. Very good in beige cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board and to spine. Exlibris with call number to foot of spine, bookplate to front paste down, and pocket to rear paste down. Foxing and soiling to boards. Discoloration to top of rear board. Bumping to edges. Light foxing throughout though text remains clean and bright with lovely illustrations throughout. Untrimmed page edges. Index, 200 pages. French Travel. FRETRA/040816. Very Good.
West Branch, Iowa: Cummington Press, 1970. Limited Edition. Hardcover. LIMITED EDITION. Number 116 of 300 numbered copies. First edition. Fine black cloth backed, beige covered boards with black title to front board. Interior is clean and bright with lovely color illustrations. In white dust jacket with no title or text. Small closed tear to top edge of rear panel of dust jacket. 20 pages. PRI/102516. Fine / Very Good.
Paris: Gillot, 1885. Hardcover. Illustrated by Caran D'Ache. Very good in red cloth with paste-down illustration to front board and faded gilt title to spine. Wear at ends of spine and corners. Rubbing to Boards. Bookplate on front pastedown. Else is clean and bright. Two tone and color illustrations. French Literature. FRL1/01161. Very Good.