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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.
Madrid: En la oficina de davila, 1816. Hardcover. Letters by the Roman statesman and philosopher, Cicero - translated here into Spanish. Full brown leather boards with red and gilt title label to spine. Bowing to boards and minor wear to edges. Previous owner embossed stamp to title page and inscription in pen to verso of title page. Occasional spots of foxing, a few water marks, and occasional smudge marks, but clean and bright overall. Marbled endpapers. Creasing and short closed tear to rear endpaper. Text in Spanish. 251 pages plus index. SPA/013119. 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 +.
London: James Cundee and Vernor Hood and Sharpe, 1810. Hardcover. laude Helvetius (1715-1777) was a French philosopher and freemason who believed in the natural equality of intelligence and the positive impact of education. This treatise was first published in the year he died, 1777. This later edition is actually less common than the first edition. Bound in three quarter brown leather with marbled paper covers, page edges and pastedowns and free endpapers. Leather is scuffed and bumped, and paper covers are scraped with a few stains. Free front and rear endpapers are missing in Volume I. Light to medium foxing throughout. Very good minus condition. Octavo. Volume I: 395 pages; Volume II: 498 pages. PHIL/031221. Very Good -.
[Copenhagen]: C.A. Reitzels Forlag, 1859. Paperback. Very good in paper wrappers with black title to front cover and spine panel. Expertly rebacked with original spine laid down. Small tears and a few small chips to wrapper edges and light staining to edges. Very light foxing. Text in Danish. 114 pages. Very Good.
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 -.