Hardcover edition of The Poetical Works of Edgar Allan Poe with illustrations by Edmund Dulac. New York & London: Hodder and Stoughton. Slight tearing on lower spine.
Leather bound edition of The Birds of Scotland by author James Grahame, Philadelphia: S.F. Bradford, 1807.
Leather bound edition of Voyages Et Aventures du Captiane Hatteras by Jules Verne. Paris (No Date).
Beauty's Day by Abbe De Favre. Illustrated with copperplate engravings from designs by Leclerc. Chipping on lower spine. London: Vizetelly & Co.
Redemption: A Poem in Five Books by Joseph Swain. Cover partially detached and missing first and last flyleaves. Charleston, SC: Robert Missilbine, 1819.
The Constitution of England by author J. L. DeLolme. New York: Hodge & Campbell, MDCCXCII (1792).
Edle Fruchte Des Leidens Jesu (The Precious Fruit of the Sufferings of Jesus). Printed by Johann Jacob Forster, Hanover, Germany, 1732.
The History of Kentucky, Volume One, by Temple Bodley. Slight chipping on lower spine. Chicago-Louisville: S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1928.
Geschichte Des Agathon (The History of Agathon), 2-Volume Set. First Edition. Frankfurt: Leipseg, 1766.
Tobaccoland by author Carl Avery Werner. New York: The Tobacco Leaf Publishing Co., 1922.
The Art of Painting In All Its Branches by Gerard de Lairesse. Cover detached but present. London: S. Vandenbergh, MDCCLXXVIII (1778).
Picturesque America, edited by William Cullen Bryant. Illustrated by Eminent American Artists. Volume 1 only. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1872.
The Art Journal, Vol. XII, 1850. London: George Virtue. Slight tear in lower spine.
The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens, introduction by G.K. Chesterton, illustrated by John Austen. Two-volume set. Oxford: Limited Editions Club by Oxford University Press, 1933.
The Illustrated London News, Vol. XLII. Jan to June, 1863 (Title page in book is incorrect). Civil War plates and reports. London: George C. Leighton.
Observations on the Commerce of the American States by John Lord Sheffield. 6th Edition. London: J. Debrett. MDCCLXXXIV (1784). Needs re-sewing, stained and wormed, with a broken spine. Pricing takes condition into account.
A Short History of the British Empire From May, 1792 to Close of The Year 1793 by Francis Plowden, LLD. Philadelphia: Matthew Carey, 1794. The front hinge is tender and the rear hinge is slightly detatched.
The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe, illustrated by Gustave Dore with comment by Edmund C. Stedman. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1884. A worn, soiled and foxed, but complete copy; all 27 plates are present. The second plate, "Nevermore," had been pulled loose, with a tear entering 1/2" into the image. The plate was trimmed and then loosely re-inserted.