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Description: (1883) NY: D. Appleton and Company. Double frontis with tissue guard, 158pp, bound in decorative blue cloth, illustrated throughout, with poetry
Condition Report: Fair to Good Condition, ownership, closed tear to one frontis, backstrip starting to peelView additional info »
Description: (1893-1899) 329pp [pages filled], bound in 3/4 leather and marbled paper. "Paid George Hawks asst P.M. my subscription to help East ... get a steam engine 1.00; paid Miss Miles for 8 quarts berries .64; 2 pds butter .10; for half pint whiskey .25; for photographs of Templeton Depot .10, etc.
Condition Report: Fair to Good Condition, backstrip starting to peel, corner stain in back of bookView additional info »
Description: *The Youth's Dayspring Volume II (1851 - 2) Boston: American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. January 1851 - Dec. 1852. In 3/4 leather and cloth, binding and hinges tight, Very Good. *Little Chicks and Baby Tricks (c 1880) NY: E. P. Dutton & Co. With color illustrations, Good. *Thirteen Years of Scout Adventure by Stuart Walsh (1923) Seattle: Lowman & Hanford Co., photographs throughout, VG. *Mickey Mouse Presents Walt Disney's The Golden Touch (1937) Whitman Pub. Co., Fair. Along with others in Good to VG ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Sequel to Riley's Narrative: Being a Sketch of Interesting Incidents in the Life, Voyages and Travels of Capt. James Riley compiled by W. Willshire Riley (1851) 1st Ed., Columbus: George Brewster. Frontis with tg, xii, , 18-448pp, with plates and folding map, Good. *Memoir of the Life of Josiah Quincy, Junior, of Massachusetts: 1744-1775 by His Son, Josiah Quincy (1874) Boston: John Wilson and Son, VG. *A Labrador Doctor - The Autobiography of Wilfred Thomason Grenfell (1919) Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., Good. Along with others in Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *[TEMPERANCE SOCIETY] Hannah Hawkins, the Reformed Drunkard's Daughter by Rev. John Marsh (1843) NY: American Temperance Union, Fair to Good. *Fireside Lectures for Sabbath Evenings by Francis Horton (1850) 1st Ed., Boston: John P. Jewett, VG. *The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, of the Rev. Isaac Watts ---- (1838) Boston: Crocker & Brewster, in full leather with spine label intact, VG [lacks free endpapers]. *The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments (1870) Oxford Univ. Press, 16mo, in full leather, Good++. Along with others in Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Max Ernst Life and Work by John Russell, pub. By Harry N. Abrams, with dj, tipped-in plates, VG/Good. *The Art of Romare Bearden - The Prevalence of Ritual, pub. By Abrams, with dj, VG/VG. *Dada 1916-1966 An Exhibition by the Goethe-Institut, with a coloured lithograph, titled Dadaknopf, dated 1968, by Hans Richter, laid-in, VG. *Kurt Schwitters by Werner Schmalenback (1967) NY: Abrams, Inc., with dj, tipped-in plates, Good/Good. *Oversized scrapbook of mounted artwork, Good to VG. Along with others in VG conditionView additional info »
Description: *Battles of the American Revolution 1775-1781 by Henry B. Carrington (1876) NY: A.S. Barnes & Co. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, Good Condition, with backstrip wear/tear. *The Book of the Indians of North America by Samuel Drake (1833) Boston: Josiah Drake, Fair with cloth tape over backstrip and hinges, damp mark in beginning of book. *History of the Indians of Connecticut From the Earliest Known Period to 1850 by John W. De Forest (1851) Hartford: Wm. Jas. Hamersley, with folding map, Fair, lacks backstrip. *Southern History of the War - The Second Year of the War by Edward A. Pollard (1864 on title) [copyright says 1868] NY: Charles B. Richardson, Good, chips to upper backstrip edge. Along with another in VG ConditionView additional info »
Description: (1907-09) NY: The Nottingham Society. Uniformly bound in light green cloth, with paper spine labels. LIMITED EDITION DE LUXE #82 of 1000 sets for Subscription Only. Lacks Vol. III
Condition Report: Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Comrade Gulliver by Hugo Gellers (1935) NY: Putnam's Sons, Good++. *Poems Upon Several Occasions by Thomas Parnell (1773) London: T. Davies [and others], Good. *A Little White Shadow by E. M. M. (1890) Hartford: Brown & Gross, Good, fold to cover. *A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs (1939) Tarzana, CA: Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. Stains to covers, pencil scribbles, Fair. Along with others in Good to VG ConditionView additional info »
Description: London: Hudson & Kearns. *Volume IV - No. 79 to No. 104, July-Dec. 1898. *Vol. XII - No. 287 to No. 312, July-Dec. 1902. *Supplement, Vol. VII, No. 157 to No. 208, January-Dec., 1900. *Supplement, Vol. IX, No. 209 Jan. 1901 to Vol. X, No. 260 Dec. 1901. Uniformly bound in 3/4 leather, raised bands on gilt decorated spines , fine glossy pages retaining their original covers, binding and hinges tight
Condition Report: Very Good Condition, with some surface peeling to leatherView additional info »
Description: (1935) Baltimore, Maryland. Includes John Keats, Lord Byron, William Wordsworth, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, A. A. Milne, William Blake, Robert Burns, Edgar Allen Poe, Robert Frost and others. Measuring 16-3/4 x 22 inches, linen backed, ex-library [with ink stamp on back and in lower right hand corner]. All housed in a folding portfolio with ties.
Condition Report: Good to Very GoodView additional info »
Description: *Through Romany Songland by Laura Alexandrine Smith (1889) 1st Ed., London: David Stott, VG. *A History of the Gipsies with Specimens of the Gipsy Language by Walter Simson (1866) 1st Amer. Ed., NY: M. Doolady, Good. *The Gipsy Pattern edited by Joseph Ellner (1926) NY: Bernard G. Richards Co., Good to VG. *The Rommany Stone by J. H. Yoxall (1902) London: Longmans, Green, and Co., Good to VG. *The Gypsies of the Danes' Dike. A Story of Hedge-Side Life in England in the Year 1855 by George S. Phillips (1864) Boston: Ticknor and Fields [damp mark on 6 leaves], Covers Fair, Interior GoodView additional info »
Description: (1751-52) The Second Edition, Edinburgh: Printed by Sands, Murray, and Cochran. Uniformly bound in full leather, with gilt borders, raised bands on spines, lacks one spine label, foxing, covers detached on volume I, bindings tightView additional info »
Description: A Portfolio of lithographs produced by lithography students during the Spring semester in 1991 at Cornell University. Contains 15 SIGNED, LIMITED EDTION lithographs of art and poetry combined. Unbound as issued, in the original portfolio with ties.
Condition Report: Very Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: SCARCE (1709) A Rotterdam: Chez Reinier Leers. , 449pp, , bound in full leather, with spine label intact, on gilt decorated spine. Title page vignette, marbled endpapers, all edges red, binding tight. RESPONSE TO THE NOTICE TO THE REFUGEE
Condition Report: Very Good, covers show chips to upper/lower backstrip edge, corner loss, back cover startingView additional info »
Description: (1927-1947) Edited, Printed and Published by Walter John Coates, North Montpelier, Vermont
Condition Report: Good to Very GoodView additional info »
Description: (1896) 1st Ed., Chicago: W. H. Parish Pub. Co. Title, 14 leaves of text, 55 plates with tissue guards [BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWING SCENES, VIEWS & ARCHITECTURE] all on hard stock. Bound in original brown cloth, with floral endpapers.
Condition Report: Good++, with portion of one tissue guard missingView additional info »
Description: (1741) 1st Ed., Boston: Printed and Sold by S. Kneeland & T. Green. "To the Reader" by W. Cooper. Xviii, 110pp [with page 62 mis-numbered as page 60]. Lacks front paper cover, and  at the beginning of the book, which includes the title page [begins with ffp, and then i]
Condition Report: Poor to Fair Condition, showing damp marks, foxing, occasional tear or edge loss [affecting the text on 2 leaves]View additional info »
Description: Circa 1966, 19 multi-colored sheets, printed on the rectos only, measuring 22 x 14 inches, folded in the middle
Condition Report: Good Condition, small bit of corner nibble on some pagesView additional info »
Description: *Nights and Days on the Gypsy Trail Through Andalusia and on Other Mediterranean Shores by Irving Brown (1922) 1st Ed., NY: Harper & Brothers, with the dust jackets in a mylar cover, VG/Fair. *Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society - Third series (1962) Edinburgh: T. & A. Constable Ltd., VG. DISBOUND PAMPHLETS: *Romany and Dard by George Black (1916) NY Public Library, Good. *Avesta and Romani by Albert Thomas Sinclair (1916) NY Public Library, Good. *The Gypsies of Monastir by Rev. Lewis Bond (1917) NY Public Library, Good. *Gypsies in Carniola and Carinthia by Albert Thomas Sinclair (1917) NY Public Library, Good. Along with others in Good Condition [1 lacks paper covers]View additional info »
Description: (1758) London: Printed for J. Nourse. Teaching the Preparation of Inks, The Art of Engraving, Etching and Scraping Mezzotintoes, The Nature, Composition and Preparation of Glass, The Various Methods of Counterfeiting Gems, Nature and Composition of Porcelain, Manner of Preparing and Moulding Papier Mache' with the Method of Making the Light Japan Ware. xv, , 448pp, , bound in polished calf, rebacked, with binding and hinges tightView additional info »
Description: (1809) 1st Philadelphia Edition: Hubbard Lester. First Edition of the so-called "Apocrypha Edition" of Lewis and Clark. Complete with 5 plates, lacking the map. Xii, , 14-300pp, covers detached, lacks backstrip, a few closed tears, two leaves show corner loss [one affecting the edge of the text], occasional edge damp mark, lacks the free end papers, foxing
Condition Report: Covers Poor, Interior in Fair to Good Condition.View additional info »
Description: (1706) Nurnberg: Johann Andrea Endters Seel. Sohn & Erben. , 1227pp, , bound in full leather, with flourished corner bosses, and two clasps [non-working], unusual marbled endpapers depicting stars. Has the decorative title page, title page in red and black with vignette, head and tail-pieces, historiated and flourished initials, with illustrations throughout.
Condition Report: Covers nearly detached, interior in Very Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *History of the School of Tropical Medicine in London (1899-1949) by Manson-Bahr (1956) London: H.K. Lewis & Co. *Supervoltage Roentgentherapy by Buschke & Others (1950) SIGNED BY ALL 3 AUTHORS, with dj. *Obstetric Clinic by George T. Elliott (1868) NY: D. Appleton & Co., ex-lib. *The Treatment of Infected Wounds by A. Carrel and G. Dehelly (1917) NY: Paul B. Hoeber. Along with others
Condition Report: In Good to Very Good Conditions [some musty]View additional info »
Description: *Paradise Lost. A Poem in Twelve Books [in 1 volume] (1705) 7th Ed., London: Printed for Jacob Tonson. With frontis and 12 plates, in full leather, with spine label intact. Front cover and first few leaves detached, Good. *Paradise Regain'd. A Poem in Four Books. To Which is Added Samson Agonistes. And Poems Upon Several Occasions. Compos'd at Several Times (1705) 4th Ed., Printed for Jacob Tonson. Bound in full leather, spine label inact, front cover detached, GoodView additional info »
Description: (1766-1769) London: with various publishers. Uniformly bound in polished calf, with most spine labels intact. Volumes I, II, III, IV, V, VIII, IX, X, XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII. Seven volumes have a detached cover, loss to one backstrip, foxing on endpapers, damp marks in Vol. I. From the Library of Robert Steele - Wandsworth Common [English Medieval Scholar 1860-1944)
Condition Report: Fair to Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments (1874) Hartford: James Betts & Co. Embellished with over Seven Hundred Engravings on Steel, Wood, and in Colors. Bound in panelled leather, with decorative gilt on both covers and spine, all edges gilt. Front gutter cracked, back starting, damp edge marks on front prelims, Fair to Good Condition. *The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments (1848) Troy, NY: Merriam, Moore & Co. In full tooled leather, gilt decorated spine, aeg, front hinge starting, interior foxing. Fair to Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: (1926) 1st Ed., NY: Alfred A. Knopf. #112 of 195 copies on Borzoi Rag Paper. Comes with a partial slipcase. Bound in decorative cloth, with paper spine label intact
Condition Report: Good Condition, white stain on backstrip, hinges cracked, binding tightView additional info »
Description: *SCARCE - Clint, A Journey Through Dark (A DEMly Series) by Dwight Emerson Mitchell (1973) Limited Edition, #44 of 96 Copies, Signed by the Author, Very Good. *Emiliano Zapata - His Life was Revolucion by Rene G.D. Montemar (1973) Albuquerque, NM: Chicano Communications [oversized comic], Good Condition. *A Letter From Voltaire to James Boswell (1927) facsimile reproduction of a 1765 letter, printed by William Edwin Rudge, in paper over boards, Good.. *The Empire Finals at Verona, Poems by Jonathan Williams, Good. *Sappho a Tragedy in Five Acts after the German of Franz Grillparzer by Edda Middleton (1858) NY: D. Appleton and Co. SIGNED Compliments of the Author, Fair to Good Condition, backstrip flapping. Along with others in Good to VG ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Book - Under the Green Willow by Elizabeth Coatsworth, Etchings by Janina Domanska (1971) 1st Ed., NY: Greenwillow Books. LIMITED EDITION, #1 OF 300, Presented to Janina, and Signed by the Staff of Greenwillow Books [Janina illustrated this book, from which the Publisher took its name]. With the dust jacket in a protective mylar cover. *Under the Green Willow [again] but this one numbered 51 of 300 copies, unsigned, with the dust jacket in a protective mylar cover. *Book - The First Noel, ills by Domanska (1986) 1st Ed., NY: Greenwillow Books, with the dust jacket in a protective mylar cover. With a signed note to Janina, from the Publisher, laid in. *SIGNED - Original Artwork by Domansky, from page 9 of the book "The First Noel". *Framed poster, SIGNED BY DOMANSKA, titled Poetry (1976) The Children's Book Council, Inc. *Poster from The Tortoise and the Tree, PRESENTED TO DOMANSKA, AND SIGNED BY THE STAFF OF Greenwillow Books (1978) Janina Domanska. Janina Domanska (1913-1995) was an award winning Polish artist, author and illustrator. She attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland, moved to the United States in 1952, where she later married Jerzy Laskowski. Domanska won Caldecott Honors for her book If All the Seas Were One Sea in 1971. Greenwillow Books has been publishing books for children since its inception in 1974.
Condition Report: Very Good ConditionsView additional info »
Description: *(1939) 1st American Ed., NY: The Viking Press. , , 4-628pp, bound in original black cloth, with binding tight, front hinge starting, occasional light foxing, Good Condition. *(1943) Second Edition, NY:The Viking Press. ,  4-628pp, bound in original black cloth, gilt still bright, Very Good Condition, with a 1st Ed. dust jacket [Regular Edition $5.00] in a protective mylar cover, and in Good Condition. Dust Jacket is NOT price-clippedView additional info »
Description: (1914-1915) Artist unknown. Measures 7x10-1/2 inches, with one watercolour, one tipped-in letter, 17 pencil sketches depicting soldiers portraits, horses, a nude, a two-faced mug along with others, 4 ink sketches, and 5 sketches laid-in. Bound in linen over flexible boards
Condition Report: Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: (nd) NY: Hodder & Stoughton. Illustrated by A. E. Jackson, complete with 16 mounted plates, as called for.
Condition Report: Very Good Condition, with the titled and illustrated box in Fair to Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Amusement Des Compagnies Ou Nouveau Recueil De Chansons Choisis - 2 Volumes (1761) A La Haye: Pierre Gosse Junior and Nicolas Van Daalen. *Nouveau Recueil De Chansons Choisies - Volumes I-VIII (1735-1743) A La Haye: Jean Neaulme / P. Gosse. With the bookplates of Antonio Vitaliano Sossi (1820-1891) Theologian, and Emma Garrett Boyd. Uniformly bound in full leather, with raised bands on gilt decorated spines, with spine labels intact, marbled endpapers, includes musical notation
Condition Report: Good to Very Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Enjoy Play Time in Action (1949) Pop-Up Book in VG++ Condition. *Emily and Clara's Trip to Niagara Falls (1855) Buffalo: Phinney & Co, Fair. *The Farce of Fashion by James Riddell & John Berry (nd) London: Riddle Books Ltd. Split Book allows costume changes, Good [some loss to paper over backstrip]. *Famous Planes and Famous Flights by John Winslow (1940) NY: Platt & Munk, with torn dj, Book VG. *Three Japanese Mice and Their Whiskers by Lois Lignell & Betz Princehorn (1934) NY: Farrar & Rinehart, Fair to Good. Along with others in Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: (circa 1890) London. With 144 engraved plates (of 146) and two title vignettes. Lacks the last two plates "Before and After". Uniformly bound in tooled leather, raised bands on spines, all edges gilt, binding and hinges tight. Occasional corner/edge damp mark, affecting the images on one or two plates only
Condition Report: Overall Very Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: #81 of 500 copies, uniformly bound in blue cloth, with paper spine labels, top edges gilt. Press of Berwick & Smith. *Nicolas Nickleby I,II & III. *Bleak House I, II & III. *Oliver Twist and Italy I & II. *Pickwick Club I, II & III. *Edwin Drood. *Martin Chuzzlewit I, II & III. *Hard Times. *A Tale of Two Cities. *Great Expectations & Humphrey's Clock I & II. *Barnaby Rudge I & II. *Dombey & Son I, II & III. *Child's History of England I & II. *Our Mutual Friend I, II & III. *David Copperfield I, II & III. *Christmas Books and Stories I, II & III. *Old Curiosity Shop I & II. *Reprinted Pieces. *American Notes. *Uncommercial Traveller. *Little Dorrit II & III. *Sketches by Boz II
Condition Report: Fair to Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Babes in Toyland by Glen MacDonough (1904). *An Object Lesson in Nursery Folk [printed in Bavaria]. *The Wood Peasants Grandchild by Lenk (printed in Saxony). *Robinson Crusoe by Defoe (1908) Altemus, with dj. *The Musical Journey of Dorothy & Delia by Gilman (1893) Crowell. *Little Jack Rabbit and Chippy Chipmunk by Cory (1921) with dj. *Connie Morgan in Alaska by Hendryx (1916) 1st Ed., with dj. Along with others
Condition Report: Fair to Very GoodView additional info »
Description: Mockba (1913) Russian book with tipped-in photo-gravures of building and interiors, Good. *The Eastern, or Old World by Henry Howard Brownell - 2 Volumes (1856) Amer. Subscription House, with hand-coloured plates and 3 folding maps [with tears], Good. *American Antiquities, and Discoveries in the West by Josiah Priest (1833) Albany: Hoffman & White, with the folding view, lacks ffp, foxing, Fair to Good. *The Tour of James Monroe, President of the United States by S. Putnam Waldo (1819) 2nd Ed., Hartford: Silas Andrus, in tree calf, foxing, Fair. *Along with others in Good to VG ConditionView additional info »
Description: *The Shawm: A Library of Church Music by Bradbury & Root (1853) NY: Mason Bros.. Covers poor, Interior VG. *The Universal Quartette and Glee Book for Male Voices by Bailey & White (1879) Boston: White, Smith & Co., Fair, covers folded. *The Columbian Glee Book, or Music for the Million (c1890) lacks title page. *The Nightingale by Perkins (1860) Boston: Ditson, Fair [lacks backstrip]. *The Life of Haydn, in a Series of Letters Written at Vienna. Followed by The Life of Mozart ... Translated by Bombet (1817) 1st English Translation, London: John Murray. Lacks front cover, cover poor, interior VG. Along with others in Fair to Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: (1922) 1st Ed., London: Chatto & Windus. Illustrated with wood engravings by R. A. Garnett. Bound in polished calf by Henry Sotheran Ltd., raised bands on spine, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, teg, binding and hinges tight.
Condition Report: Very Good ++ ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Veteran Fireman's Association of the City of New York, Souvenir of the Transcontinental Excursion From New York to San Francisco September, 1887 (1887) NY: Thomas Barrington, Covers Fair, Interior VG. *Travels in America by Theodore Dwight (1848) Glasgow: R. Griffin & Co., Good. *Capt. J. D. Winchester's Experience on a Voyage From Lynn, Massachusetts to San Francisco, Cal. and to the Alaskan Gold Fields (1900) Salem, Mass: Newcomb & Gauss, Fair [front hinge split, occ closed edge tear]. *Nouveau Paris Monumental Avec Le Parcours Du Metropolitain (nd) Librairie Garnier Freres, LARGE FOLDING MAP in color., Good++. *The Silver Country of the Great Southwest by Alex Anderson (1877) 1st Ed., NY: Putnam's Sons, ex-lib, VG, with folding map. Along with others in Poor to Fair ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Brown and Blue '96 - YALE (1896) lacks title page, SCARCE. *Historical Collections --- History and Antiquities of Every Town in Massachusetts by John Warner Barber (1839) 1st Ed., Worcester: Dorr, Howland & Co. With frontis, hand-coloured folding Map, plates and text illustrations throughout, foxing, Fair to Good. *History of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1630-1877. With a Genealogical Register by Lucius R. Paige (1877) 1st Ed., Boston: H. O. Houghton & Co. Covers Poor, Interior VG. *Incidents in White Mountain History by Rev. Benjamin G. Willey (1860) Nathaniel Noyes, Fair. *Massachusetts Bay Tercentenary 1630-1930 (1930) Boston: George D. Hall Co., VG++. Along with others in Fair to Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *Safe Handling of Cadavers Containing Radioactive Isotopes (1953), VG. *Volta Review (1920) Alexander Graham Bell on Advisory Committee, Good. *Autumnal Catarrh (Hay Fever) by Morrill Wyman (1876), Complete with 4 maps, VG. *The Use of the Rontgen Ray by the Medical Dept. of the U. S. Army in the War with Spain (1898) by Bordern (1900) Wash: Gov't Printing Office, with photographs, Fair. *The Ear: Its Diseases and Their Treatment by Shoemaker (1882), VG. Along with others Fair to Very Good ConditionsView additional info »
Description: (1854) Phila: Cowperthwait, Desilver & Butler. With 23 leaves of maps [map of the Western States lacks portion]
Condition Report: Fair to Good Condition. Ex-Bennington MuseumView additional info »
Description: *Gulliver's Travels ills by Arthur Rackham (1909) London: Dent. Complete with 12 plates, in 3/4 leather. Covers Poor, Interior VG. *Little Pearl and Other Stories by Mary R. Higham (1878) Boston: Henry A. Young & Co., Fair Condition. *Boys' Useful Pastimes by Griffith (1885) NY: A.L. Burt, Inscribed by Capt. Snare, Hampden, Good++. *The Garden Behind the Moon by Howard Pyle (1923) NY: Scribner's Sons, Good. *The Elf-Errant by Moira O'Neill (1901) London: Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd., Good. Along with others in Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: *The Life of Captain James Cook (1821) Dublin: J. Cumming. With 4 plates, leather covers detached, lacks backstrip, Fair. *The History of the Sea by Frank B. Goodrich, Phila: Hubbard Bros. Hinges split, otherwise Good. *Expeditions to Prussia and the Holy Land made by Henry Earl of Derby (Afterwards King Henry IV) (1894) Printed for the Camden Society. Pages uncut, Good++. *In a Tour Sleeper on the Santa Fe (1909), VG. *Newport Illustrated in a Series of Pen & Pencil Sketches by George C. Mason (1854) Newport, R.I.: Hammett Jr., Fair to Good [lacks backstrip, chips to front paper cover]. Along with others in Fair to Very Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: (1768) Cambridge: Printed by John Archdeacon Printer to the University; and Sold by John Beecroft, John Rivington, Benjamin White, and Edward Dilly in London; and T. and J. Merrill, in Cambridge. Bound in polished calf, raised bands on decorated spine, spine label intact, marbled endpapers, aeg, binding and hinges tight, with frontis, pages printed on laid paper
Condition Report: Very Good ConditionView additional info »
Description: (1880) 2nd Edition [New Edition, Revised and Augmented, Complete in One Volume] NY: D. Appleton and Company.
Condition Report: Good Condition. Covers show upper/lower backstrip edge wear/tear, interior front/back hinges split, binding tightView additional info »
Description: *Penuel; or, Face to Face with God edited by McLean and Eaton (1869) 1st Ed., NY: W.C. Palmer, Jr., with mounted photographic frontis of the National Camp Meeting Committee, Good. *The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament, and the New (1853) Portland: Sanborn & Carter, with a tuck-in flap, Good. *Hymns and Spiritual Songs by D. Millard & J. Badger (1839) Union Mills, NY: Christian Gen. Book Assoc., Fair. *A Forty Years' Fight with the Drink Demon by Charles Jewett (1872) 1st Ed., NY: National Temperance Society, Good. *Mecca Temple, Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (1894) NY: Andrew Kellogg, Good. *Eastern Life, Present and Past by Harriet Martineau (1848) Phila: Lea and Blanchard, Fair to Good. Along with others in Fair to Good Condition [with one Poor]View additional info »