Philadelphia: George Barrie and Son, Printed for Subscribers Only. Hardcover. Very Good. One volume of multivolume set. This title is John Law. Limited edition for subscribers only. First state of the large Japan edition. 11/250c. Vg in blue boards. Nine beautiful engravings after Remarque plus color frontis. Literature. LIT610171. Very Good.
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Paris: Editions de la Sirene, 1923. Paperback. 1 of 200 numbered copies. Grey paper wrappers with black title to spine. Creases to spine. Minor and edgewear to exterior. Clean, bright interior with several illustrations. Includes poetry, essays, and more. 231 pages. In French. FRE/080608. Very Good.
New York and Roslyn, N.Y. The New York Public Library and The Stone House Press, 1989. Hardcover. Limited Edition, #196 of 200 copies. SIGNED by Printer and Compiler. Fine red buckram backed gray & white patterned paper boards, 8vo. Bright gilt to spine; very light rubbing to spine ends. Interior is like new: crisp, clean and bright. Strong, tight binding, protective mylar cover. Publisher's ephemera laid-in. 113 pp. Books on Books. BOB/12163. Fine.
Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1973. Hardcover. Leatherette with Paper Boards. Fine/ LIMITED EDITION. 8vo. Red leatherette with off-white paper covered boards. Gilt title to spine and gilt quotes to both boards. Tightly bound. Pristine interior including frontis with tissue guard. Red edges. Housed in a red leatherette slipcase with minimal wear/soiling. 109 pp. POE/031504. Fine.
Bruxelles: Bibliotheca Wittockiana, 1987. Paperback. Limited edition, #21 of 600 copies. Very good black and white illustrated paperback. Small 4to. Light creasing along spine. Clean interior, no foxing or staining. Illustrated with black and white photos. In French. Publisher's ephemera laid-in. 225 pages. Books on Books. BOB/11213. Very Good.
London: Humphrey Toulmin, 1930. Hardcover. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED BY AUTHOR & ARTIST; hand-numbered 142 of 500 copies. Very good plus green cloth 8vo., color illustrated paper pastedown to cover, bright gilt title to spine, which is faded. Top edge gilt. Interior is lovely: clean and bright (though faint foxing to endpapers); deckle-edge, vellum paper. Frontispiece + several illustrations throughout. 54 pp. Poetry. POE/10143. Very Good +.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1954. Hardcover. Number 916 of 1500 copies. Unlike most Limited Editions Club books, this one was issued unsigned by the illustrator, as Reginald Marsh died before the book was released. Bound in light red cloth with author, title and illustrator on spine. Spine shows light sunning but otherwise in fine condition. Interior pages are also clean and crisp. The slipcase is faded in places and has some small water splatters on front. 556 pages. LIT/071811. Very Good+.
New York: The Black Hawk Press, 1935. Hardcover. LIMITED EDITION, 1 of 900 copies. Very good light blue thin 8vo., light discoloration along bottom edge near both front and back hinges; light rubbing to boards. Paper pastedown label to spine. Some cracking to front inner hinge, cracking a few pages in from rear hinge and one page is starting, another has a large closed tear to bottom half of page. Textblock is tight overall. Interior is browned w/age but clean and text bright. Frontis + several illustrations throughout. 57 pp. Literature. LIT/7103. Very Good.
Glenview, IL: 1998. Hardcover. 3 of 20 copies. Signed and numbered by the artist. A collection of quotes and photographs of three generations of men reminisceing about hunting and fishing trips. Bound accordion style with marbled paper covered boards. Measures 6 inches by 30 inches by 3 inches when fully extended. Housed in an archival paper case with the artists' contact information and edition number on the front panel. Unpaginated. [10 pages.] ARTB/060111. Fine.
Glenview, IL: 2008. Hardcover. 1 of 100 copies. Each page depicts the outline of a couple from a romance novel cover. The translucent paper allows the images to interact and form new combinations. According to Sarah Bodman of the University of West England "That shameful temptress Karen Hanmer has really done it this time! Under that tantalizing red cover is a heady series of swooning ladies and masterful men. In a whirlwind of passion, dozens of romance novels have been condensed into one steamy artist’s book of multiple outlines emerging through transparent papers." Fine in red velvet covered boards with gilt title to front cover. The interior is laser printed on vellum paper. Unpaginated [16 pages]. ARTB/060111. Fine.
San Francisco: John Henry Nash, 1934. Hardcover. A very good plus copy of the trade edition of this work, originally published in a limited edition of 500 copies. Harte's satirical poem is illustrated in exuberant fashion by Phil Little. In an introduction, Ina Coolbrith details the context and effects of Harte's satire in which he sought but failed to combat perceptions that he was racially prejudiced. This folio volume was designed by John Henry Nash in Asian fashion with string binding over blue paper boards, and a paper title label of mock Chinese calligraphy. Housed in orange slipcase with slight soiling and wear to spine and edges. Unpaginated. Very Good.
Oldham, England: Incline Press, . Hardcover. 1 of less than 240 copies printed of which only 50 (including this one) were bound for subscribers. This book was produced to commemorate Boccaccio's 700th anniversary in 2013 for the international conference and exhibition 'Locating Boccacio in 2013,' held at the John Rylands University Library and Town Hall in Manchester. This is an excerpt from De mulierbus, the first collection of biographies of women in Western literature. Fine in beige paper covered boards with red cloth spine. The text is printed on blue paper with Poliphilus type. Includes woodcut frontispiece illustration of Joanna, Queen of Jerusalem and Sicily (1541), initials, and head and tailpieces. In a fine tan dust jacket with red title to spine panel. 22 pages. PRI/092013. Fine / Fine.
Oldham, England: Incline Press, . Paperback. Number 30 of about 200 copies. A sweet love song with a note about its history and the author of the reprise. Fine in blue paper wrappers with light blue paper title label to front cover. Printed in red and black inks with several illustrations on fine paper. Unpaginated. [12 pages.] PRI/092013. Fine.
Philadelphia: William J. Campbell, 1905. Hardcover. Limited edition, #317 of 500 copies, initialled by publisher. 8vo. Blue cloth covered boards with paper pastedown label on slightly faded spine. Deckle-edge laid-paper. Frontis with tissue guard + 22 more plates with tissue guards throughout. Wide-margin text, clean, bright interior. Previous owner's inscription to front paste down. 318 pp. American Presidential History. PRES/3043. Very Good.
New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, (1979). Hardcover. Limited Edition, 1 of 750 copies. Very good plus red cloth boards w/bright gilt to cover and spine. Two small white marks to rear board, else very clean w/little wear; sharp corners. With good glassine d.j. (heavily chipped, faded, with mylar cover). Interior is in lovely condition: bright white and clean, no marks or stains. Tightly bound. 362 pages. Literature. LIT/12013. Very Good + / Good.
New York: Crosby Gaige, 1929. Hardcover. 216 of 688 copies. FIRST EDITION, signed by the author. Beige cloth boards with paper blue title label to spine. Blue paper covered boards with very light foxing. Clean, crisp interior printed on laid paper. Bookplate of previous owner to front pastedown. Housed in a green morocco backed slipcase with gilt title and raised bands to spine. Rubbing to edges of case. Very nice. 116 pages. Size octavo. LIT/022406. Near Fine.
Lincoln, MA: Penmaen Press Ltd, 1979. Hardcover. Limited Edition. Number 193 of 300 copies specially bound, numbered, and signed by the author and artist. There were also 700 regular copies printed. A "Chaplin-esque" short story with wood engravings by Jerome Kaplan. Set in Caledonia type on Mohawk Superfine paper. Bound in three quarter blue cloth with patterned paper covered boards and gilt title to spine. Pristine. 44 pages. PRI/052411. Fine.
Baltimore: Maclay and Associates, 1977. Paperback. Fine in brown side stapled paper wrappers with black title and illustration to front white paste down on front wrapper. This is number 53 of a limited edition of 100 copies and a facsimile reprint of the 1878 first edition. Baltimore BALT/121514. Fine.
Baltimore: Maclay and Associates, 1977. Paperback. Fine in brown side stapled paper wrappers with black title and illustration to front white paste down on front wrapper. This is number 62 of a limited edition of 100 copies and a facsimile reprint of the 1878 first edition. Baltimore BALT/121514. Fine.
Baltimore: Maclay and Associates, 1977. Paperback. Fine in brown side stapled paper wrappers with black title and illustration to front white paste down on front wrapper. This is number 60 of a limited edition of 100 copies and a facsimile reprint of the 1878 first edition. Baltimore BALT/121514. Fine.
Baltimore: Maclay and Associates, 1977. Paperback. Fine in brown side stapled paper wrappers with black title and illustration to front white paste down on front wrapper. This is number 59 of a limited edition of 100 copies and a facsimile reprint of the 1878 first edition. Maryland. MAR1/1252. Fine.
Baltimore: Maclay and Associates, 1977. Paperback. Fine in brown side stapled paper wrappers with black title and illustration to front white paste down on front wrapper. This is number 63 of a limited edition of 100 copies and a facsimile reprint of the 1878 first edition. Maryland. MUS/122816. Fine.