An early collectible brown and tan edition with jacket published by Grosset in 1928. The notable "wtih" for "with" is on page 4, line 25. The jacket is worn with tears, the overlap has separated and there is old tape. Also, the top corner of the textblock has darkening and the extreme spine is slightly worn ( see photos). Sold as is.
The book Flying Aces Aviation Art of World War II by James H. Kilchens and Bernard C. Nally. The first signature is a signed photo fixed with corner tabs to the fly leaf. The second signature is on the title page. The third signature is on page 75 which shows artwork of his aircraft in action. It is also dedicated by the author and dated August of 2000. Gunther Rall is third ranking fighter ace in world history with a total of 275 victories...
A hard copy with green linen boards written by Edward Bulwer Lytton ( Lord Lytton) and published in 1897 by Little Brown & Co /New York Athenaeum Society. The pages have yellowed, there is a faint halo that runs from the title page to page one. An owner's name is on the front free paper and another free paper has a stamp on it...The corners of the boards are worn and there is a very slight separation between the title and copyright page ( see photo).Uncut pages. 354pp.
An illustrated leather/hard bound book written by Samuel Bowles and published by the Hartford Publishing Co. in 1869. The front board is slightly loose at the free paper ( see photo) but intact, and there are small holes/paper loss from page xii to the dedication page, and also from page 49-52 ( see photos). The leather boards are quite worn.528pp.
We are pleased to offer for your buying consideration a FABULOUS RARE CIRCA 1944 "RAGGEDY ANN AND ANDY" BOOK WITH ANIMATED ILLUSTRATIONS~AS FOUND!
With it's beautiful original COLORFUL ILLUSTRATIONS featuring those wonderful BELOVED RAG DOLLS, whether a collector of vintage or antique CHILDRENS BOOKS or just wanting that perfect display piece for your Raggedy Ann and Andy DOLLS, you will love this hard to find piece of vintage PAPER EPHEMERA!
This BEAUTIFUL BOOK measures 8 5/8" tall by 6 1...
A first edition hard cover published by the US Government Printing Office in 1911.Includes memorial addresses on the Life and Character of James Breck Perkins (late a representative from New York) delivered to the Sixty-first Congress, second session.The black boards show wear and staining, there is foxing on the frontispiece with Perkins and also on the title page.
Memorial Edition published by Wm. H. Shepard in 1882 and written by John Clark Ridpath, LL.D.The pages have yellowed, the boards show wear especially at the corners, the brown free paper opposite the front paste down and also on back have a very small section missing, and there is light foxing on the uncolored free paper. Illustrated. The binding is tight.672pp.
Published in 1925 by the Government Printing Office, Washington, here is a rare copy of memorial addresses given to the 68th Congress.The black silk boards show modest wear with some light smudging. The book is a tad musty otherwise in fine condition. 44pp.
RHYMES FOR THE NURSERY. Jane and Ann Taylor. Circa 1806. Published by Darton, Harvey & Co. London. 16mo. Original boards. Spine chipped. A defective copy lacking preliminary leaves but starting with the Contents page (p. vi) and one leaf of text (p.3/4). Contains the famous poem "THE STAR" ("Twinkle, twinkle, little star") on page 10. There is a six page publisher's catalogue of books bound in at the rear which does not list this volume. A very early edition of a very rare book...
THE TOY SHOP; OR SENTIMENTAL PRECEPTOR, Containing Some Choice Trifles, For The Instruction And Amusement Of Every Little Miss And Master. Paris: Printed For Sallior, Chartre's Street, No. 340, St Honore Quarter., no date (circa 1800). 16mo. Original green boards with partial spine and original gilt-lettered leather label. A rare French imprint with English text of the famous book originally published in 1787 by Elizabeth Newbery in London and believed to have been written by Richard Johnson...
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT: Or Two Strings To Your Bow. By Maria Edgeworth. With Illustrations From Original Designs. Philadelphia & New York: Appleton, 1850. 16mo. Beautifully patterned covers in color and gilt. With two hand colored illustrations - of which, the frontispiece is detached. Appleton's catalogue of books for children is bound in at the back. Covers worn.
THE ADVENTURES OF RODERICK RANDOM. By Tobias Smollett. Paisley: Printed and Sold by Alex. Weir, near the Crofs, 1774. 12mo. Full leather. 186 pages. Covers are very worn. Some markings in ink. All pages are toned with stains. Rare Scottish imprint and unusual edition.
PUSS IN BOOTS. Done In Poster Stamps. New York: United Art Publishing Company, (1915). 24mo. Original pictorial boards. The complete 12 illustrations have each been correctly placed in their proper positions. The cover illustration (which corresponds to the final illustration in the book - see enlargement 3) is defaced otherwise in very good condition
THE GOLDEN GIFT. A Token For All Seasons. Edited by J. M. Fletcher. Nashua, N.H.: J. Buffum, 1848. 32mo. Gilt stamped embossed cloth. All edges gilt. A collection of poems by various poets - including: Longfellow; Wordsworth; Sigourney; Byron; and many others. Lacking front free endpaper. Cloth split at top right spine.
MERRY CHRISTMAS, HARRY. Story and Pictures By Mary Chalmers. New York: Harper & Row, (1977). 12mo. Original pictorial boards in original pictorial dust jacket. One in the series of delightful children's books featuring Harry the kitten. Fully illustrated. FIRST EDITION. In very fine condition.
TRAVELS IN SOUTH-EASTERN ASIA, Compiled From The Most Authentic And Recent Sources. Dublin: J. Jones, 1823. 12mo. Full leather. Woodcuts. Sound copy with some wear to covers. FIRST EDITION. Early Irish imprint for children.
TRAVELS IN SWEDEN, DENMARK, AND NORWAY. Dublin: Bentham & Hardy, 1826. 12mo. Full leather. Illustrated with fine woodcuts. Early Irish travel book for children. Sound internally with some cover wear. FIRST EDITION.
This is perhaps an unstated first edition published by the Three Sister in 1935. The green silk cover on board has some "sunning" on the spine and there is also a small spot on the back cover. The pages are uncut. A name is inscribed on the free paper in ink and a first edition notation is marked in pencil.740pp.