Beautiful full original red leather, gilt-ruled front and rear covers; spine is gilt decorated in seven compartments. All edges are gilt. 1/2" tear on 1/2 Title Page, not affecting lettering; tight binding and very fine overall. 5 1/2" tall.
Philadelphia: Bennett and Walton, 1811. Full tan straight-grain leather unusual American binding; blind-tooled embossed front, rear and spine with vines and flowers surrounding a beehive encircled by bees, all underneath a medical emblem, or Staff of Asclepius. Very nice condition with bumped corners; interior is foxed and toned; all edges are gilt. 5 7/8" tall.
American Sunday School Union: Philadelphia, 1831. Full mottled calf binding; previous owner's markings on endpapers; foxed throughout. 4 1/4" tall; 128 pages.
By by Johann Casper Lavater. Miniature Edition. Tubingen: Heinrich Laupp, 1821. Full black leather with no labels, all edges gilt. 2 1/2" tall, 4" long.
By Richard Brathwaite. Third Edition, London: 1723. Contains five copperplate engravings bound in a Ramage (Signed) binding of blue morocco leather. Gilt-ruled and tooled; binding is quite rubbed and bumped. The hinge is quite weak and starting to rend; all edges are gilt. 5 3/4" tall; 175 pages and an 8-page Index.
London: J. F. Dove, ca. 1820. Full navy leather binding with blind and gilt tooling. 5 1/8\"\"\" tall; 370 pages.
London: 1805; 237 pages plus 19-page Index and Table. Bound with Hymns and Spiritual Songs In Three Books by Isaac Watts. London: 1808; Two volumes in one. 203 pages plus 11-page Index and 67-page Table, with two pages of advertisements. Full red grain leather, gilt-ruled front, rear and spine. All edges gilt. 4 1/4" tall.
Full Title: "Unpartheyisches Gesang-Buch enthaltend Geistreiche Leider und Psalmen, Zum allgemeinen Gebrauch des Wahren Gottesdienstes." Lancaster: Johann Bar, 1820. Full original Pennsylvania German leather binding with raised hubbed spine and with two straps (Now lacking) for closure. Leather is over wooden boards and is rubbed and bumped but still in nice condition. On the second flyleaf is a record of birth of Marey Brubacher: The 28th day of March 1800...
Baltimore: Fielding Lucas, Jr., ca. 1840. Two volumes in one. This book was owned (And signed on the inside front cover) by Joseph Blount Cheshire, Episcopal Bishop of North Carolina from 1893-1932. Full tree calf leather; spine is gilt-ruled with red-label. Pages have foxing and toning overall. 6" tall; 245 pages in Vol. 1 and 185 in Vol. 2.
London: Gay & Bird, 1900. A selection of poems from the Elizabethan period. Full navy morocco leather, gilt-ruled and tooled front, rear and spine. The spine is hubbed and has six compartments; all edges gilt. This is a signed Bumpus Oxford binding. 5" tall; 142 pages and 4-page index. Very good condition.
The painting is in excellent condition and measures 10" x 8." The frame is 11" x 9."
Cowperthwait, DeSilver & Butler: "A New Map of the United States of America" by J. H. Young, 1850. The map is in excellent condition except for a small circular stain on the top border. Map measures 17" x 27."