New York: Published by A.S.BARNES 7 CO.No.51 JOHN-STREET. Charles Davies,1798-1876. Arithmitic,Designed for Academys and Schools.
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Improved Edition by CHARLES DAVIES,LL.D.,NEW YORK: Published by A.S. BARNES & CO. Charles Davies(1798-1876} Davies' Course of Mathematics. If you Google Charles Davies, there is more information than I could possibly add for information. "GREAT".
Fostoria American Complete Guide, 2nd Edition by Sidney P. Seligson. 11"x8.5"x.5". Black and white copy with one color plate, 81 pages. Never used condition. Book describes, in very good details, the Fostoria pattern: American.
Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles 2014 Price Guide, 816 pages. Never used condition. 9"x6"x1.75"
Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles 2011 Price Guide, 27th Edition, 816 pages. Never used condition. 9"x6"x1.75"
Official Price Guide to Glassware, 3rd Edition, 2000. Paperback, 840 pages, black/white inside print/photos. In never used condition.
Warman's Glass, 2nd Edition of Encyclopedia of Antiques and Collectibles, 1995, 352 pages. A fully illustrated price guide/reference book to more than 200 types of European and American glass, from ABC to Zanesville, with histories, references, clubs and museums. In mint condition, never used. (9"x6"x.75")
A quick guide to values and identification of many depression glass patterns. Small size: 5x4x1", never used, in mint pristine condition. Published 2008, soft cover.
Mauzy's Depression Glass, 4th Edition with price guide was published in 2005. 272 pages, in excellent condition (one corner is slightly dog-eared), written by Barbara & Jim Mauzy. (Size: 11.25"x8.75")
Mauzy's Depression Glass, 2nd Edition with price guide was published in 2001. 256 pages, in mint condition, written by Barbara & Jim Mauzy. (Size: 11.25"x8.75")
Written by Jack Wilbur with drawings by E.M.STEVENSON. Copright 1925 CLEMENT-SMITH-ROGERS,INC. NEW YORK. This collection of "World Pictures" Was Written To Fill a Little Place All Its Own And I Hope It Will Be Helpful. Binder is damaged and is included inside the book.
This book was originally published in 1353. This particular edition was published in the United States in the 1800's. Decameron is a Collection OF 100 Stories by Boccaccio; One story a Day for ten days as told by each of the ten characters (7 Ladies and 3 Young Men)
who secluded themselves from the plaque-stricken City of Florence in 1348. The Contents go on for 12 Pages. After that is a description of the Conclusion of the Author. To get more information all you need to do is Google BOCCACCIO...
American Furniture and Decorative Arts. Oriental Lowestoft Porcelain. A collection of Paper Weights. Part Two of the Collection of the late Arthur J. Sussel. Philadelphia. Public Auction sale. PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES,INC.980 MADISON AVENUE. NEW YORK.
The Art Collection of the late Lillian S. Whitmarsh. Public Auction April 7-8 at Park- Bernet Galleries,Inc. 980 MADISON AVENUE. NEW YORK. 1961
SHOWMANSHIP in ADVERTISING!1 The Fundamentals of Salesmanship in Print By Bill Hendricks and Montgomery Orr. Introduction by CHARLES ("CHICK") LEWIS. Showman's Trade Review
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This book is a Hard Cover. First Published January 1,1949. It is in ORIGINAL EXCELLENT CONDITION. Printed by Barnes Printing Company-New York City. Amazon's Best Seller Rank
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Scarce hardcover published by H. C. Carey & I. Lea, Chestnut Street, 1826. First edition of volume two. The front is 1/4 leather and with marbled boards. The front board has separated. The lettering on the gilt spine has faded and is worn. There are also three very faded gilt blind stamped decorations.Line 5 of copyright states "..a Book..." Foxing varies from light to heavy. The title page, next and last page have some tears at the edge. See photos.
"American Edition - Reprint and Fac-simile of the Original Kilmarnock Edition." Printed at Kilmarnock in 1869 by James McKee (signed).
Original green paper boards with brown paper spine and black lettering. Uncut pages and inscribed with book plate. Enclosed in the book is a typewritten letter (not signed) by a Francis J. Murray of Hingham, MA dated 1945 in which he refers to a poem and its meaning.
The cover shows some wear and spotting otherwise a fine edition.