"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.
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.
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.
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.
First Edition(unstated) published in 1898 by Houghton Mifflin, Boston. Red cloth. The free front endpaper has a small tear and there is a pinpoint nick on the text block edge otherwise a fine, tight copy. Very very light foxing,generally on the pastedown. 304 pp.
A lovely little jar with top that measures 2" x 2-7/8". Label reads"Made in Japan". Light wear.
An early edition by Rudyard Kipling. The green linen boards have an embossed Viking ship design with gilt lettering (somewhat faded). The pages are uncut and the boards show light wear. Page 41 has toning where "Bobs" (poem by Kipling from a newspaper)was inserted. Light foxing.There is also an old water stain on the top of the title page and first few pages. Inscribed. A swastika with Kipling's printed signature is opposite the title page. Published by Doubleday & McClure - Revised edition Apr...
A soft cover published in 1982 by Holt, Rhinehart and Winston. Includes the history of fashion, flea market shopping, auctions, etc. B&W photos by Gustavo Candelas. The front cover has a minor crease and there is a short inscription on the free paper. 209 pp.
Ca 1900 A"revised and enlarged edition" published by The Mershon Company, New York. No date given.The pages have darkened and the pastedown shows minor wear and a bit of spotting otherwise the book is fine. The boards are brown featuring a burgundy design with gilt lettering on the spine. A faint school stamp is on the title page. 244 pp.
Ca 1900 Written by John Ruskin and published by Thomas Y. Crowell& Co., New York. No date given. This is a small book with a quarter linen cover embossed with gilt design on the front and spine,all accented by floral paper. The edges show wear and there is a name written in ink on the front free paper. The pages have toning. 190 pp.
A small hard cover published by Charles Scribner in 1925. The paper boards show some wear at the corners and top of spine,notes are written on the front pastedown and back end paper, and the owner's name is written in ink on the front free paper.
A small olive green linen hard cover published by Oxford at the Clarendon Press in 1923. Owner's name is inscribed. The cover shows some staining and minor splitting at the spine. There is also some foxing on the back pastedown.
"A Mighty and Valiant Underground Army over 2200 Years Back". This profusely illustrated soft cover was published by the Shaanxi Sanquinj Publishing House. Page 12 is a bit loose but intact. Both color and B&W photos. 128 pp. Front inscription perhaps by the author...Please disregard glare on front cover.
A catalog written by William Ezelle Jones and published in 1977 by the Los Angeles County Museum. The cover shows minor paper loss at the edges and there is a pen mark on the back free paper otherwise the book is fine. Forty four examples featured in B&W or colored photos. Hallmarks included...122pp
An oversized hard cover and unstated first edition published by Farrar and Rhinehart 1945. Printed by Beck Engraving Co. Features 131 cartoons. The front free paper (inscribed) and title page have small creases/paper loss (see photo);the brown boards have faded and are worn at the corners- otherwise fine. Dean is noted for his work published in the New Yorker, Esquire, Life, etc.
Published in 2003 by Harry Abrams, a small hardcover with jacket featuring colored photos/examples of Lalique jewelry and glass. The jacket shows light wear...110pp.
A small hard cover with dust jacket in mint condition published by Assouline in 2002. Perfect gift for the dog lover with colored + B&W photos ...even period dog beds! 79pp.
A soft cover book published by Margaret Reeve in 1986. Some history is given along with sketches and B&W photos of various architectural elements. 78pp.
This is the second enlarged edition published by Dover in 1972. There are 219 illustrations with 20 in color. Topics include: metalwork, embroidery,carving, rosemaling etc. 246pp.
A small hard cover reprinted in 1982 by Charles Letts Books Ltd. The jacket is a bit worn with a back tear and there is an old price notation on the front free paper.There are 60 plates- some in color others in b&W. 80pp.
Auction catalog featuring silver from the property of Louis Viner (Chicago),and from the estates of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney and Louis de B. Moore. 375 lots with estimate and final tally sheet. Some B&W photos.The auction was held at Sotheby Parke Bernet (NY) on October 2, 1975.
A small illustrated softcover published in 1967 by Walker & Company, New York. The cover shows light wear with faint spotting. 63 pp.
An auction catalog from Sotheby's, New York. The cover shows some wear and smudging on the back and bottom spine, and there is a pencil mark and imprint of a gallery name on the title page. The lots (360) are featured in B+W. Estimates are noted.
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Porcelains, bronzes, decorative arts, furniture, glass etc. No price list. Light wear on the cover. 284 lots.
Part of the Collector's Pieces series. Small hardcover published by Walker & Co New York and printed in Hong Kong in 1969. 64 pages. B&W photos along with various Spode marks.The front end sheet is slightly separating and front cover is very slightly warped.
Paperback. Stated "Thirteenth printing". Dell Publishing 1968. Crease on the back cover- light staining and wear on the front. Some paragraphs are highlighted in yellow.Pages have yellowed. Acceptable copy.
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.
A small paperback published in 1971 by Forlag in Oslo. B&W and color photos. Includes many artists (Munthe, Munch, Heydahl, etc.)Light wear on the cover and a small brown stain on page 72~otherwise in very good condition. 71pp.+
A slim, oversized softcover book with b&w photos. Text by Robin Emmerson. Printed by The Gallpen Press Ltd. Pottergate, Norwich(1984.) Very very light wear on the cover. Unmarked. 24pp.
Soft cover illustrated catalog for an exhibit that took place at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., December 13, 1974 thru March 30, 1975. 104 pp. Light wear and unmarked.
A book club edition published in 1961. The dust jacket is worn with fading, tears and stains (as pictured).There is also a name written on the front free paper in pencil. No price is noted on the corner of the dustjacket.
Ca 1930. Former library copy with stamps. A clean instrumental score published by Ernst Eulenbburg, Leipzig. Other publications are referenced in the back. Original soft cover with paper boards. 66pp.
Possibly a first edition- cloth-bound hard cover ( no jacket) published in 1946 by the American Artists Group. Includes nine color plates by various artists along with 35 illustrations. The cover shows some wear on the edges, with a smudge and bump on the front.The end papers have yellowed- otherwise fine. 76pp.
Ca 1900 A small pamphlet published by Garnier, Ostard & Cie, Paris. No date is noted. The plain paper cover may be the free paper and the booklet is bound with a thin silk string. Noted is "Limited Edition" on title page,along with an impressed photo of Wordsworth. Unmarked with just a smudge on the cover. There are six poems: Yarrow Unvisited,To the Skylark, To the Daisy, To a Highland Girl, Lucy Gray and England.
A soft cover book published in 1997 by Raimage, Tanger, Morocco. Colored photos of the region of Agadir, on the coast near the Atlas Mountains.Text by Mohamed Temsamani. 95pp