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Paris: A. Claudin, Libraire-Éditeur, 1858-59. First Edition. Hardcover. Two volumes in one. 311pp + ads; 499pp. Includes the first twenty-four issues. Quarter red leather and marbled boards, spine stamped in gold, top edge gilt. Annotations in pencil on endpapers, two signatures loose. A good+ copy. ; Octavo.
Philadelphia: William S. & Alfred Martien, 1864. Hardcover. 108pp. Green cloth stamped in blind on front and rear panel and lettered and decorated in gold on the spine. Frontispiece and four inserted plates. Spine a bit dulled, mild foxing, inscription in pencil on front free endpaper dated 1865. A very...
London: Eurap Publishing Co. Ltd., 1964. First Edition. Stapled wraps. Stress lines along the spine, light wear to edges. About near fine. Issue dedicated to British cinema. Articles on She featuring Ursula Andress, Peter O'Toole in Lord Jim and more. Profusely illustrated in b&w. Catherine Deneuve photo cover. ; Quarto.
Non-Book. A series of twenty card mounted postcards of Dresden from the late 1890s. Enclosed in red cloth covers elaborately decorated in black and gold on the front. Come with later cloth slipcase. Small wormhole to bottom edge not affecting the images, one short tear. Very good. ; Postcard; 11.5 x 17 cm.
Full-Leather. A unique look at human sexuality and literary Romantic love in the early part of the twentieth century during the colonial and modernist eras. As noted by the famous French philosopher Michel Foucault in his "repressive hypothesis,” the age of Victorian repression clearly produced non-traditional expressions of lust. The.....
Philadelphia: Everts & Fariss, 1878. First Edition. Hardcover. 678pp. Later cloth with the original boards preserved, all edges gilt. With numerous illustrations and map of the county. The frontispiece is a copy and it was affixed to the verso of the front free endpaper, hinge reinforced. A very good- copy. ; Quarto.
Philadelphia: Everts & Fariss, 1878. First Edition. Hardcover. 378pp. Original brown quarter leather and decorated green cloth, all edges gilt. Frontispiece, numerous illustrations and map of the county. Heavy wear to extremities, inner hinges reinforced, mild scattered foxing. A good+ copy. ; Quarto.
Washington, NH: Washington History Committee, 1976. Hardcover. A facsimile of the 1886 edition with a new foreword by Ronald and Grace Jager. x, 696pp. Green cloth stamped in gold on the spine. With b&w photographs. Previous owner's name on the front free endpaper. A fine copy in fine dustjacket. ; Octavo.
Venezia: A Spese di Francesco Pitteri. First Edition. Hardcover. Two volumes bound in one. 276pp; 280pp. Contemporary marbled boards, edges sprinkled. Engraved titles, head-pieces and initials. An overview of the events of the year 1769-1770 concerning mainly Europe but with brief outlines on the rest of the world. Backstrip is...
Worcester, [MA]: Achille J. St. Onge, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Miniature book. Edition limited to 1250 copies on handmade Hayle paper. 70pp. Full beige calf stamped in blind and gold on the front panel and lettered in gold on the spine panel, decorated endpapers, all edges gilt. Frontispiece. A fine copy. ; Miniature.
New York: Frank A. Munsey, 1898. First Edition. Pictorial wrappers. Chipping to edges and spine ends, numbers on front cover, light soiling to covers. A very good- copy. Includes My Favorite Novelist and His Best Book by Arthur Conan Doyle, The Woman of Kronstadt by Max Pemberton and other stories. ; Octavo.
London: R. Edwards, N.D. Hardcover. vi, 528pp. Full tan calf with paper label affixed to the spine. Engraved frontispiece and four inserted plates (despite six being listed). Label on the spine faded. Some annotations in ink on the margins, scattered foxing throughout, several stains to leaves, the margins of two.....