Baltimore: Excudebant Joannes Murphy et Socii, 1886. Hardcover. Scarce. Very good in original black cloth boards with gilt title to spine and embossed emblems to boards. A few small chips to book cloth in rear hinge and rear board. A few interior splits to binding, but all pages remain bound. In Latin. 77 pages. REL/083017. Very Good.
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Hartford, CT: D.F. Robinson and H.F. Suner, 1834. Hardcover. Bound in full dark brown leather with gilt titles to spines. Wear and rubbing to hinges, corners, and edges of boards. Foxing and occasional spots of soiling throughout. Browning and offsetting to pages with engravings. The family / births/ deaths page between the old and new Testaments is blank. Includes several laid in bookmarks, pressed leaves, two certificates of merit, and a letter dated 1854 from Esther Gates of Votuntown, CT. (She died just 3 years later in 1857.) In her two page letter she describes "the ravage" - an illness that has killed multiple friends and relations in her vicinity. An attractive set despite the noted condition issues. This Bible was obviously treasured for many years. 1440 pages with 6 pages of maps and multiple engravings. This is a large set and may require an additional shipping fee. REL/051320. Very Good.
Pensacola FL: Office of the Chancellor, 2000. Softcover. Scarce. Comprehensive directory for this diocese of 18 northwest Florida counties. It provides the history of the diocese, an organizational chart, administration, and information on the parishes, priests, deacons, and more. Spiral bound cream paper soft cover with title and seal in green. Acquisition information written in ink otherwise very good. 187 pages. REL/07/08/16. Very Good.
New York: The Cathedral Library Association, 1896. Hardcover. Second Edition. Ex-library with call number to spine, library markings to front endpapers, and library pocket to rear pastedown. Off-white cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. Soiling and foxing to boards. Wear to edges of boards and corners. Minor browning to interior margins and a few finger smudges, but clean overall. Occasional tears to margins. Includes several photographic illustrations. Split after title page. Also includes appendix with translations of the circular issued to the Catholics of New York by the Committee of Arrangements - in German, Italian, French, Russian, Dutch, Arabic, etc. 151 pages with 3 folding floor plans in rear. Catholic. REL/040820. Very Good.
[Baltimore]: . Softcover. Scarce. A softcover tribute to Bishop Newman's fifty years in the priesthood. There are letters of congratulation followed by a detailed biography of the Bishop's life. With photographs and ads with congratulatory messages throughout. In glossy paper boards with a photograph of the Bishop on the cover. In near fine condition. 66 pages. BAL/070816. Near Fine.
Los Angeles, CA: Florence B. D'Urso, 1999. Hardcover. 4to. A book celebrating the history and beauty of liturgical vestments created and embroidered for John Cardinal Farley (1848-1918), a revered Archbishop of New York. His successor, John Cardinal O’Connor, allowed the vestments to be given to the whole church. The vestments were worn at the Vatican in 1997 at the rededication of the Chapel of Pope Nicholas V, which was decorated with frescos by Fra Angelico. The book was rebound in rich maroon full morocco with an elegant gilt double border to the front board and gilt accents to the banded spine. It is housed in a beautifully executed gold cloth covered slipcase complete with illustrated pastedown inlay, maroon silk ribbon, and title stamp matching the front board. The slipcase is exceptional, made with double-thick boards and lined internally with maroon linen. This book is internally pristine and accented with textured maroon silk endpapers, with gilt to all text edges. There are color photographic illustrations throughout showing each of the garments, with detail plates to highlight their workmanship. Also includes photos from the rededication ceremony at the Vatican. This is a finely bound gift copy of the highest quality. 96 pages. REL/051706. Fine.
West Medford, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1920. Hardcover. Good in pictorial paper-covered boards. Boards nearly detached, spine has heavy chipping. Interior Very Good, with owner names on front endpapers and occasional brief notations in pencil. Religion. REL1/9261. Good.
Washington D.C. 1963. Hardcover. Very Good Plus/No Jacket. 8vo. Black cloth boards with gilt title to front board. Boards are overall very clean, though there are several white spots on front board and minor scuffing. Interior is pristine with bright text and several illustrations. Tight binding. Divided into 2 sections 354 pp on 1863-1937 and 132 pp on 1938-1963. REL/052004. Very Good +.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1909. Hardcover. Red cloth boards white title to front cover. White titling has chipped off of spine completely and is heavily chipped on front cover. A few small dampstains to covers and spine. Occasional small spots of soiling to interior, but clean overall. 320 pages. LIT/100318. Very Good.
Boston: S. Hall and Manning & Loring, 1801. FIRST EDITION. Unbound. 8vo. SCARCE. Appears to be formerly bound into a volume. This signature is clean and bright beginning with the half-title page and continuing to the "finis" and its rear blank endpage. Clean and bright with only slight toning. 38pp. REL/090806. Very Good.
Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald Co, 1891. Hardcover. Ex-library with stamp to front endpage. In original brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. Minor wear to edges of boards, spine ends, and corners. Minor soiling to boards. A few chips, creases, and tears to edges of endpages. Light dampstaining to edges of some pages. Hinges appear to have been restored. A good reading copy. 528 page. REL/051514. Very Good Minus.