A stated first (US) edition published by Harper & Bros. New York and London 1944. Original dustjacket with price ($ 2.75) . The jacket has tears and staining, a pencil notation is on the front endpaper, a name is imprinted on the inside board and a bookplate is on the inside back cover. The pages are uncut and slightly rippled. The blue boards are stained on the bottom.Sold as is.
This is the French edition published in 1931 by Calmann-Levy. The red boards show signs of wear on the edges and the pages have yellowed. A name is written in blue crayon or pencil on the front endpaper otherwise unmarked.
Lovely screw back earrings marked 1/20 14k GF. Made by DeCurtis Jewelry in Providence between the 60's-70's. 3/4" x 1/2"
A soft cover catalog featuring artwork in the International Museum of Children's Art. The museum was founded in Berlin in 1993. Also included is a museum brochure. Text is in English and German. Many colored plates. Near fine condition. 176 pgs.
Collier's Cyclopedia of Social + Commercial Information. A treasury of useful and entertaining knowledge on art, science, pastimes,belles- lettres etc....complied by Nugent Robinson and published by Peter Fenelon Collier New York ( 1882). Issues: the boards are very worn with tears and there is a split from the binding a quarter of the way down( see photo) however the book itself is generally intact and in readable condition...
Former library copy. Stated "First Printing", published by Random House in 1962. Red boards with gilt lettering, no dust jacket. The book is in good condition with the exception of staining on the textblock, and faint scotch tape stains on the boards. A library label is on the front endpaper and library pocket on the back.
Commemorative pamphlet published in 1912 by Black Starr and Frost celebrating the opening of the new Fifth Avenue location. There is a stain on the cover otherwise in fine condition. A brief history of the company is given along with black and white photos that show various store locations, interior shots and creations. 27 pgs.
Ca 1970 Textured gold leaf screwback earrings with jade balls. Marked DeCurtis 14k GF.
A small, unmarked silver cross that is possibly Native American. Light wear. 3/4" x 1/2" excluding bale. Tests as sterling. The jump ring is not sterling. Light wear. 3gr.
A stated first edition published by Knopf 1986. The dust jacket shows signs of light wear and there is staining on the front cover,otherwise in nice tight condition.
No dust jacket. Blindstamped bus detail on the front salmon colored board. The front flypaper (opposite the title page)has been cut. The back board has a few light smudges.Published by Viking Press in February 1947.
This is the 160th revised edition published in 1989 by Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai and printed by the Kosaido Printing Co., Ltd. Tokyo,Japan.Hard cover with dust jacket in near mint condition. Silk bookmark.
A hard cover published by the American Book Company in 1897. Ulysses S. Grant is featured on the frontispiece. Charcoal gray cover with black lettering. While the binding is tight, the boards are soiled/stained, the pages have yellowed and there are brown stains on some pages and faint pencil script on one. Inscribed. Slightly musty- Sold as is.
A paper back catalog "From The Land of the Scythians: Ancient Treasures from the Museums of the U.S.S.R., 3000 B.C. - 100 B.C." Metropolitan Museum of Art ~Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The back cover is worn with a small tear on the bottom corner of the spine however the catalog itself is tight and unmarked.Slightly musty. Postcard enclosed. Thirty three (33) colored plates as well as B&W illustrations. 160 pgs.
Hard cover published in 1960 by Universe Books New York, Pierre Tisne, Editeur. Translated by W.J. Strachan. Numerous colored plates. A nice tight edition.
"On Heroes, Hero~ Worship and the Heroic in History" written by Thomas Carlyle and published by Frederick A. Stokes (NY) in 1893. Former library copy. The end papers have stamps and there is a label and mark on the spine otherwise in acceptable condition.
Here are two books by Bernard Malamud. Pictures of Fidelman w/ dustjacket,and The Fixer (1966) - name is inscribed. Both are published by Farrar Straus and Giroux.
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A rare paperback written by Edward Knobel and published by Dover Publications Inc. NY in 1972. "... an unabridged republication of the work originally published by Bradlee Whidden in 1894 under the title of -A Guide to Find the Names of All Wild Growing Trees and Shrubs of New England by Their Leaves- ....a new descriptive list of the species has been prepared especially for this edition by Prof. E.S. Harrar." 47 pages.