A hard cover with dust jacket published by Bonanza Books in 1967. Profusely illustrated - predominately B&W photos. Burton relates his philosophy and method and techniques for creating glass. The book is in very good condition with only three small spots on the textblock.
Auction catalog from Sotheby's York Avenue Galleries (April 7, 1981). Very slight musty odor. There are 305 lots of American, Continental and English silver (tankards, coffee sets,centerpieces, etc.) with B&W photos. The cover shows some wear but there is no script.Estimate page included. Sold as is.
Paperback catalog with photos and price guide. Written by Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh and published in 1992 by the Hurst Gallery.
Written by Ted and Betty Rivera and published by Crown in 1973.Illustrated hard cover photos. The jacket is a bit tattered but the book is acceptable with no script.
1979. Exhibition catalog.Artists' bios with b+ w illustrations. (Neil Dallas Brown, Robert Callender, Peter Collins, Patricia Douthwaite, Ian Hamilton, Alexander Fraser, John Huston, John Johnstone, John Knox, William Littlejohn, Robin Philipson, Ian McKenzie Smith.) Published by the Maine State Commission on the Arts & Humanities~ Augusta, Maine. 28 pp. Light wear.
Heavy gold plate cufflinks marked SWANK. The front is 3/4" round.
"Doctor Freud an Analysis and Warning" by Emil Ludwig.Stated American Edition. Hardcover published in 1947 by Hellman Williams & Co New York.Former library copy in acceptable condition (light staining on the red boards with two small white spots and smudging on the textblock ). 317pp.
Published by Ray Manley Photography 1971. An over sized soft cover book with colored photos of Southwestern Indians and their jewelry. Light wear on the cover otherwise in good condition. 96pp.
A lot of 3 songs --- "Long Ago," "I've Heard that Song Before" and "A Little Spanish Town." All in good condition.
Hardcover- no dust jacket. Volume 12 in the Little Journeys series.Great Scientists.Good condition - pages have yellowed. World Publishing Co. Copyright 1928 Roycrofters.
Stated first edition (1957) of Harold Courlander's, Terrapin's Pot of Sense. Illustrated by Elton Fax and published by Henry Holt & Co, New York. Library copy with bookplate and back pocket. The very first page (which perhaps was blank) has been torn off with a razor (picture #3.)125 pp.
Ca 1930 Electroplated nickel silver (EPNS) tea strainer with enamel crest/shield for Aberfeldy. The yellow, white and black enamel shield is highlighted by gold stags on either side as well as a gold crown. Pierced handle. Marked EPNS. 30 grams. 5-1/2" x 2-1/4"
First edition published in 1960 by Viking Press and edited by Cleveland Amory and Frederic Bradlee, this book includes some fabulous photographs and stories taken from Vanity Fair magazines during the 1920's and 1930's. Cover is worn and torn in places as noted in the pictures but otherwise in good condition.
Here is a compelling full page ad that was featured in the New York Times, May 10, 1970. "Finally Your Senator Can Vote to End the War. Angry Americans. Saddened Americans....Your kids shouldn't go to college to get killed... Support the peace amendment sponsored by McGovern, Hatfield, Goodell Cranston & Hughes." Paper has yellowed and is folded and the names of senators who supported the amendment have been underlined in ink.
Softcover published by Oliphant and Company in association H.V. Allison Galleries, NY. Exhibition catalogue with 21 unpaginated pages and 21 color plates. It features works of art from the following artists: Robert Salmon, James E. Buttersworth, William Frye, Elisha Taylor Baker, William Hare, Archibald Cary Smith, William Trost Richards, Francis Augustus Silva, Sanford Robinson Gifford, Granville Perkins, Antonio Jacobsen, Edward Redfield, Michael Keane. Exhibition prices are also noted...
Stated Second Printing 1981. Soft cover brochure with colored photos. Light smudging on the the front. Includes a bio of Mrs. Post,and description of the rooms, gardens and Dacha. 62 pp.
A rare copy of the first novel of Mrs. Oliphant (Little Pilgrim..etc.) Former library copy. Worn red boards with gilt lettering. Slightly cocked (but pages are tight), spine is worn, and pages have yellowed. Minimal foxing. Published by TB Peterson & Brothers Philadelphia.(The Peterson catalog is listed on the back pages.) No date is noted for publication, however there is an inscription dated 1876. This body of work was written in 1849. Sold as is.
Stated first edition by Robert Monroe and published by Doubleday, 1971.First hand account of astral travel and out of body experiences with research into origins and meaning. Issues: back cover stain, a few of the edges have coffee (?) stains. No dustjacket. Sold as is.