A Amsterdam, Chez Abraham Wolfgang, pres de la Bourse, 1691. 321 pages. Full original calf in fine condition; a tight and clean copy with red and green speckled foredges. 5 3/4" tall.
New York: Fowlers and Wells, 1850. Hardcover bindings with some damage to the cover of Volume One. Each volume is 7 5/8" tall.
"The History of Warwick, Rhode Island, Settlement in 1642 to the Present Time" by Oliver Payson Fuller. Providence: Angell, Burlingame & Co., 1875 (Errata slip tipped in). Engravings and map included, brown cloth binding with some chipping at the top and bottom of the spine with a couple of pin-size holes along the front and rear hinge. 8 1/2" tall.
Author: Welcome Arnold Greene. Providence, RI: J. A. & R. A. Reid, 1886. Heavily illustrated full green cloth binding with an embossed gilt design and title on the front cover; all edges gilt. Moderately rubbed and worn with some fraying on top and bottom of spine and on corners; internally very nice overall. 14 1/4" tall.
H. R. Page & Co., 1891. Large format volume with 23 pages of text followed by 71 pages containing 94 photographs of views of Providence, Rhode Island. Bound in 3/4 black leather and black pebbled cloth in very good condition; very clean pages. 14" tall.
"Told by Uncle Remus: New Stories of the Old Plantation" by Joel Chandler Harris, Illustrated by A. B. Frost, J. M. Conde and Frank Verbeck. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1905. 7 3/4" tall. Good condition overall.
Complete with the original dust jacket, and signed by the author. The State Company, Columbia, SC, 1929. Limited Edition #176 of 250. 7 3/4" Tall. Nice condition overall.
Le Fabriche e i Disegni di Andrea Palladio Raccolti ed Illustrati Da Ottavio Bertotti Scamozi. Four Volumes in Two, Quarto Printed by Giovanni Rossi in Vicenza, 1796. Including Le Terme Dei Romani Disegnate Da Andrea Palladio e Ripubblicate Con La Giunta Di Alcune Osservazioni Da Ottavio Bertotti Scamozzi, Published by Giovanni Rossi in Vicenza, 1797. Contains 25 Copperplate Engravings and 233 engraved plates in total, with all five volumes combined...
Boston: Ferdinand Andrews, 1839. Full tan calf leather binding; spine is gilt-ruled in five compartments. Measures 9 7/8" tall.
Exeter (NH): C. Norris & Co., 1813. Full calf leather, blind-tooled ornament-ruled front and rear covers, spine, dot-ruled and blind-tooled decoration. Fine original American binding; 8 5/8" tall.
This book was written by William Robertson. Harpers Edition, complete in one volume with copperplate engravings. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1833. Full-mottled calf leather binding with a gilt-ruled spine in five compartments. Small worm hole in lower front hinge; otherwise in very fine original condition. 8 7/8" tall.
London: Printed for Scott, Webster and Geary, 1839. All edges gilt; finely-bound in full burgundy Morocco leather with gilt ruling and decorative elements on front and rear alike. Six panels of decorative gilt ornaments on the spine. This is a signed binding by B. West, signed on back pastedown. 5 1/2" tall.
Book by William Robertson. Abridged Edition Printed for Scott, Webster and Geary: London, 1840. Finely-bound in full black Morocco leather with gilt ruling and decorative elements on front and rear covers alike. The spine has six compartments with gilt elements, probably bound by B. West. All edges gilt. 5 1/2" tall.
New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1842. Full black-grained leather, gilt-ruled and gilt ornamentation on both front and rear, spine gilt-ornamented from top to bottom. All edges gilt. 4 1/2" tall.
Full Title: "Les Tragedies de Sophocle Traduites du Grec Avec des Notices et des Notes et les Fragments des Drames Perdus." Librairie de Paris: Firmin-Didot et Cie, Imprimeurs-Editeurs. Exquisitely bound and signed Vauthrin binding of full red Morocco leather with gilt ruling and borders of Greek key pattern on both covers and spine, all edges gilt, front hinge a little tender. 9 3/4" tall.
London: William Pickering, 1853. 3/4 brown smooth-grained leather and marble paperboards. Six panels blind-ruled and a decorative ornament at the center of each of five of these compartments; all fore-edges colored red. Very fine condition overall. 8 5/8" tall.
Full Title: "A Dictionary of the Bible, Comprising It's Antiquities, Biography, Geography and Natural History" by William Smith. Complete in Three Volumes. London: John Murray, 1863. Thick, 3/4 Leather with marbled boards, spine with six compartments, gilt-ruled and decorated. All edges have marbled matching boards. Volume I: 1176 pages, Volume II: 1008 Pages, Volume III: 854 Pages, plus 116-page appendix. 9 1/8" tall.
Complete in One Volume. A New Edition, New York: Charles Wells, 1835. A beautiful example of early American binding in full black-grained leather with gilt ruling and ornamentation on front, rear and spine. The spine has a combination of gilt and blind-tooled ornamentation; all foredges gilt. Period Bookseller sticker on first blank flyleaf of Wm. S. Young Bookseller, 173 Race Street, Philadelphia. 7 1/2" tall