With 100 Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. London: MacMillan and Co. and New York, 1893. One of 470 copies of this large paper edition, printed December, 1893. 256 pages, 10 1/2" tall. Original maroon cloth with paper label (Nearly worn off spine), chipping at top and bottom of spine, rubbed and bumped corners; foxing on first few and last few endpapers.
Author: John Watson Morton. Nashville, Tennessee; Dallas, Texas Publishing House of the M. E. Church, South Smith and Lamar, Agents 1909; 374 Pages, 9 1/2" tall. Original maroon cloth with gilt lettering nearly worn off cover. Worn, bumped front inner hinge has been repaired, but this is a scarce book in any condition.
Andy Warhol Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné 1962-1987 (Hardcover)
Andy Warhol, Frayda Feldman, Jorg Schellmann, Claudia Defendi
D.A.P/Ronald Feldman Fine Arts/Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; 4th Rev&Ex edition (June 2003), Hardcover: 383 pages.
In appreciating Andy Warhol's body of work, one is constantly awed by its sheer volume-there is always something new to see...
Author: Lindley Murray. Bennington, Vermont: Printed by William Haswell, 1811. Unusual American binding; 106 pages. Measures 5 3/8" tall.
346 pages, with errata page. Providence (RI): Heaton & Williams, ca. 1806. Fine full-calf original leather with tree calf coloring and gilt-ruled spine; all foredges are blue sprinkled. 7" tall.
The Third Edition. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1811. 314 pages. Finely-bound in full green straight grain leather, blind-tooled and gilt-tooled spine also elaborately gilt-tooled and blind-tooled and dated London, 1811. All foredges gilt; Jeremiah Dick Bookplate inside front cover on pastedown. 8 3/4" tall.
A new translation from the French of M. Marmontel, member of the Royal Academy. Philadelphia: John Dunlap, 1770. Full original calf binding with sponged decoration, five ribs on spine, hinge beginning at top of rear cover. Note presentation on first tree flyleaf "The gift of Miss Price to Sarah Woodhull - 1772." 6 7/8" tall.
Full Title: "Lectures Upon Portions of the Old Testament; Intended to Illustrate Jewish History and Scripture Characters," by George Hill. Edinburgh: George Ramsay & Co., 1812. Beautifully bound in full black straight grain leather with elaborately gilt-tooled front, back and spine. All foredges gauffered and gilt; a very handsome book. First blank endpaper almost detached but present with a presentation to James Anderson of New York by his nephew James Anderson of St. Andrews, Scotland, 1817...
Full Title: "Memoirs of the Life of the Lord H. Nelson, Peer of Great Britain, Duke of Bronti, Rear Admiral of the Blue & c. & c." New York: E. Duyckinck, 1811. 107 pages, 1/2 green straight leather and marbled boards. 5 1/2" tall.
Full Title: "The Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States of America." New York: R. Spalding, 1867. Bound in 3/4 black leather and pebbled cloth. 9 1/4" tall.
Two Volumes in One. 128 pages in each section. New York: T. Mason and G. Lane, 1838. 3/4 deep plum leather and marbled boards, gilt decorated, slightly speckled foredges. 5 1/2" tall.
Full Title: "The Parent's Gift; Consisting of a Series of Poems and Essays on Natural, Moral, and Religious Subjects, Strictly Adapted to the Young Persons." New York: R. Martin & Co., 1843. 340 Pages with 84 Copperplate Engravings; 3/4 Brown Morocco leather and cloth binding, raised hubs on spine, gilt ruled, sponge-decorated foredges. 5 3/4" tall.
Smith and Parmenter, Printers Providence (RI), 1827. Full fine original mottled calf with gilt-ruled spine; a fine early American binding. 8 5/8" tall.
Deuxieme Edition, circa 1878. Paris: Alphonse Lemerre, Editeur. Signed binding by Amand and dated 1828 at base of spine. Exquisitely bound in full green Morocco leather with gilt ruling. The front cover is adorned with a crown; the spine has six raised hubs with six panels heavily ornamented with gilt tooling, all foredges gilt, marbled end papers (From the M. Robert Guggenheim Collection). 10" tall.
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.