Philadelphia: W. Marshall and Company and Sherman and Trevett, 1839. Hardcover. 8vo. Beautifully bound in black/dark brown leather covered boards with gilt decoration and title to spine and gilt decoration to both boards. Slight rubbing to exterior hinges and edges of boards. The front & back endpapers are soiled and stained. One of the front free end pages is detached but present. Lacks frontispiece but includes 9 other engravings. Stamp to margin of "List of Contributors" page. Light occasional foxing throughout though text remains clean and bright. Religion. REL1/2222. Very Good.
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London: William Pickering, 1840. Hardcover. Half-Leather. No Jacket. 12mo. Maroon half leather backed marbled paper boards. Front board is not present. Rear board is detached, but present. Elaborate gilt work and raised bands to spine, though there is also some chipping. Interior is very clean with bright text. A good candidate for a rebind. 95 pp. REL/062504. Fair.
Nashville, TN: The A.M.E. Sunday School Union, 1957. Hardcover. Full black leather boards with gilt title "A.M.E. Discipline 1956" to spine and front cover. Gilt name of Rev. R.R. Stokes to front cover. Penned name "Stokes" to fore-edge of textblock. Pen markings to endpapers, else clean. Repair to interior front hinge. 626 pages. Size: 6 x 4 inches. REL/041619. Very Good.
Mount St. Mary's University, 2013. Hardcover. This book "highlights the best in our dear Cardinal. May those who read this book have a better understanding of the man and an appreciation for the gift of Cardinal Keeler's leadership" (jacket). Fine in blue cloth boards with gilt title to front cover. In fine illustrated dust jacket with white spine panel titled in gold. Pristine interior filled with photographic illustrations. Size: thin quarto. 64 pages. REL/072216. Fine / Fine.
New Orleans: Archdiocese of New Orleans, 1993. Hardcover. A collection of historical essays to commemorate the bicentennial of the establishment of the Diocese of Louisiana and the Floridas on April 25, 1793. These scholarly essays reflect a rich variety of chronological, geographical, and theological perspectives from which to view Louisiana Catholicism (jacket). Very good in maroon cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Red markings in pen to front endpaper, else clean. In grey dust jacket with maroon title to spine and front panels. Rubbing and wear to jacket including several small chips and closed tears. 683 pages. REL/012317. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: The Womans Press, (1942). Hardcover. SCARCE. 8vo. Red cloth covered boards with black title to spine. Interior is clean and bright. Red and black dust jacket with black title to front panel and white title to spine. Minor edgewear to dust jacket. 126 pages. JUD/032217. Very Good+ / Very Good.
Venezia: Bassano; A Spese Remondini di Venezia, 1773. Hardcover. Very good in modern light brown three quarter leather with marbled paper covered boards and maroon title label to spine. Boards and binding in excellent condition. Interior is foxed. Ex-library stamp on title page. The first section has a woodcut head piece, tail piece and initial. Includes a fold-out chart. In Italian. 320 pages. Italian. ITA/2133. Very Good.
[United House of Prayer], 1968. Hardcover. First Edition of this scarce book on the founding and growth of the United House of Prayer for All People between January 1960 and August 1967. The church was founded by Bishop C. M. Grace, known to his followers as Sweet Daddy Grace. After a brief chapter on Sweet Daddy Grace, the book's primary focus is on The Most Honorable Bishop W. McCollough, his successor. McCollough became known as Sweet Daddy McCollough after his rise to leadership. His accomplishments and the spread of the church throughout the country are documented, and there are photos of him over time as well as pictures of the many churches founded in various cities. Bound in black cloth with title to spine and front board. Lettering slightly faded. Slight bumping and very small goudge to cloth on back cover, but in very good condition. Interior pages are clean and bright except for residue from paper clips on table of contents page and rear pastedown, and a few remnants from item glued to corner of page 94. 100 pages. REL/072412. Very Good.
Lakemont, GA: CSA Press, (1978). Hardcover. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR AND LETTER FROM THE AUTHOR LAID IN. White cloth covered boards with gilt title and decoration to front board and gilt title to spine. Minor soiling to exterior. Author's inscription to front free end page. Interior is clean and bright. Letter discusses the illustrations of Durer and the sexes of angels. 52 pages. REL/041916. Very Good.
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1896. Hardcover. First edition, first state with ad on page 463 starting with "Shakespeare" and listing "Memoirs of Barras" volumes 3 and 4 as being "just ready." Red cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. Spine is heavily browned and gilt is illegible. Chipping and wear to spine ends, corners, and edges of boards. The textblock remains bound in one piece; however, there is a split at the front hinge between the textblock and the front cover. Frontispiece is present but detached. 461 pages plus 2 pages of ads. REL/120518. Very Good Minus.
Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1875. Hardcover. Cloth to spine entirely gone/else vg/small 8vo./350 pp. 32 pp. of Clark's publications at rear/Sunday School stamp to front flyleaf and endpaper- no other x-lib markings/a volume in the Fourth Series of the Clark's Foreign Theological Library translated from the German by M.G. Easton. Religion. REL1211091. Very Good.
Edinburgh: T.& T. Clark, 1871. Hardcover. VOLUME ONE- spine gone, green letterless cloth pastedown/else vg/lib. Stamp to flyleaf and endpaper, no exterior x-lib markings. Volume in the Clark's Foreign Theological Library Fourth series./VOLUME ONE- 420 pp. Translated from the German by Francis Bolton/small 8vo. Religion. REL211091. Very Good.