New York: Sotheby's, 1986. small 4to. stiff paper wrappers. Not paginated. 372 lots described. Near fine. READ MORE about FINE PRINTED AND MANUSCRIPT AMERICANA
Price: $15.00 Order nr. 136690
New York: Sotheby's, 1986. small 4to. stiff paper wrappers. Not paginated. 372 lots described. Near fine. READ MORE about FINE PRINTED AND MANUSCRIPT AMERICANA
Price: $15.00 Order nr. 136690
Berkeley, CA: The Arif Press, 1972. small 8vo. cord-tied paper wrappers. (16) pages. Limited to 500 copies printed by Wesley Tanner at his private press; this is one of 350 copies bound thus. Faint fading to spine, else a fine copy. Printed on handmade paper. READ MORE about THE IDEAL BOOK OF BOOK BEAUTIFUL: A TRACT ON CALLIGRAPHY, PRINTING, AND ILLUSTRATION AND ON THE...
Price: $50.00 Order nr. 101002
Chicago: Pascal Covici, 1927. 4to. Bound in blue cloth with decorative gilt pattern, top edge gilt, other edges uncut. (xii), 286 pages. Limited edition of 760 copies. Very minor rubbing to spine ends. Else a fine copy. Exlibris bookplate of Edward H. Stein, with his signature on front free endpaper. Typography and design by Douglas McMurtrie. Gold stamping to cover. Signed by author and type designer. Translated from the Greek and introduction by Richard Atwater..... READ MORE about THE SECRET HISTORY OF PROCOPIUS
Price: $50.00 Order nr. 106995
Boston: Thomas G. Boss Fine Books, 1995. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 128 pages. First edition. Well printed by the Stinehour Press. A new Beardsley reference book which "resolves longstanding ambiguities, corrects oft-repeated errors, and provides a wealth of new information." 224 items described in detail and well indexed. Includes a chapter on section on Beardsley forgeries. Near fine. READ MORE about A SELECTIVE CHECKLIST OF THE PUBLISHED WORK OF AUBREY BEARDSLEY
Price: $10.00 Order nr. 41465
New York: George H. Doran company, 1917. 8vo. cloth. xii, 337+(1) pages. First American edition. Lacking the dust jacket. Boards rubbed. Preliminary pages lightly foxed. Else a very good copy. READ MORE about BOOKS AND PERSONS BEING COMMENTS ON A PAST EPOCH, 1908-1911
Price: $20.00 Order nr. 402
With a new introduction by G. Thomas Tanselle.
Winchester and New Castle, Delaware: St Paul's Bibliographies and Oak Knoll Press, 1994 (but 1998). thick 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. xvi, 505 pages. With a new introduction by G. Thomas Tanselle. Reprint of the first edition. A very good copy. One of the indisputable classics of 20th-century scholarship, Bowers's work is one of the standard guides on the subject, providing a comprehensive manual for the description of printed books as physical objects. Although there has..... READ MORE about PRINCIPLES OF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION
Price: $100.00 Order nr. 40520
London: Mansell Publishing, (1990). small 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. x, 192 pages. First edition, later printing. Provides clear and consise guidelines to assist compilers of bibliographies in all aspects of their craft. Covers how to define the scope of the work, select the citation style and organizational sequence, collect entries and prepare the document for publication. Includes the text of the ALA Criteria for Evaluating a Bibliographyprepared in 1972 and an index. READ MORE about BIBLIOGRAPHIES, THEIR AIMS AND METHODS
Price: $35.00 Order nr. 63981
Newtown, PA: Bird & Bull Press, n.d. (1990). 12mo. stiff paper wrappers. 2 leaves of text followed by (74) leaves of specimen sheets. Limited to 200 copies. Spine lightly faded, else fine. Henry Morris spent time during the Spring of 1990 producing paste-paper for sale to the public. This specimen book shows examples of these papers which he produced based on 18th and 19th century Italian and French woodcut papers. READ MORE about PRINTED PASTE-PAPERS FOR THREE-PIECE BOOKBINDINGS
Price: $95.00 Order nr. 29747
North Hills: Bird & Bull Press, n.d. Single sheet. READ MORE about PROSPECTUS TO PROCEEDINGS AT A MEETING OF THE VAT PAPERMAKERS IN 1853
Price: $6.50 Order nr. 466
Newtown, PA: Bird & Bull Press, 1984. 8vo. quarter morocco with sides based on a fine decorated paper in the Parks Collection, housed in a lovely clamshell box. 134 pages plus 3 fold-out illustrations and a separate suite of color prints in a portfolio, all enclosed in a slipcase. Limited to 450 copies (Heaney A38). The entire book and slipcase are housed in a lovely later cloth clamshell box. Prospectus loosely inserted. Fore-edge of the..... READ MORE about MR. GLADSTONE'S WASHI, A SURVEY OF REPORTS ON THE MANUFACTURE OF PAPER IN JAPAN, THE PARKES...
Price: $225.00 Order nr. 460
With a critical introduction by George Sterling and an explanation by Oscar Lewis.
San Francisco: Printed for the Book club of California by J.H. Nash, 1928. small 4to. marbled cloth covered boards. xvi, 13 pages. With a critical introduction by George Sterling and an explanation by Oscar Lewis. Limited to 300 numbered copies. Front hinge worn. Minor wear to spine ends and extremities. A very good copy. READ MORE about AN INVOCATION
Price: $75.00 Order nr. 137248
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1929. 8vo. Bound in vellum spine, patterned dark-gray boards, stamped in gilt cover. (vi), viii, 8, (4) pages. Limited to 400 numbered copies signed by Browne. (Biblio. Book Club of California no.33). Printed by Johnck and Seeger of San Francisco. Vellum spine lightly soiled and age darkened, else a near fine copy. READ MORE about THE FINAL STANZA, A HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED CHAPTER OF "THAT MAN HEINE."
Price: $40.00 Order nr. 39701
San Francisco: Book Club of California, The, 1993. small 4to. cloth with paper spine label. 167, (3) pages. Book Club of California Publication 202. A fine copy with the prospectus loosely inserted. Printed letterpress in an edition limited to 400 copies by W. Thomas Taylor, Austin, in Adobe Minion, on Mohawk Superfine paper. Introduction and epilogue by the editor. A selection of the 1908-1909 courtship letters between the writers Charles G. Norris (1881-1945) and Kathleen..... READ MORE about CHARLES & KATHLEEN NORRIS, THE COURTSHIP YEAR
Price: $35.00 Order nr. 70527
San Francisco, CA: Book Club of California, 1979. 8vo. cloth, plain paper dust jacket. 80 pages. Published in limited edition of 450 copies. (Harlan no. 161). Prospectus loosely inserted. Fine copy in fine jacket. A unique and hitherto unavailable collection of Polk's writings, ideas, and goals as a successfully practicing architect in the San Francisco area at the turn of the nineteenth century. All pages with red rule scheme. Title and colophon in red and..... READ MORE about MATTER OF TASTE: WILLIS POLK'S WRITINGS ON ARCHITECTURE IN THE WAVE
Price: $35.00 Order nr. 76096
Foreword by Howard M. Nixon.
London: The Holland Press, (1978). 8vo. cloth. xvi, 326 pages. Foreword by Howard M. Nixon. S-K 1969. Second, supplemented edition. Lacking the dust jacket. Near fine. 11 full-page plates including a full color frontispiece showing 12 different kinds of decorated papers. An excellent book of technique. READ MORE about A HISTORY OF ENGLISH CRAFT BOOKBINDING TECHNIQUE
Price: $35.00 Order nr. 35485
N.P. Privately Printed by A. R. Tommasini, (1967). small 12mo. cloth. 37+(1) pages. Limited to 800 numbered copies issued as Tommasini's 20th Christmas keepsake. A fine copy. This little book provides an interesting snapshot of some of the more interesting printers' marks that have been created throughout the years. Illustrated and printed in two colors. Includes a Christmas greeting loosely inserted. READ MORE about PRINTERS' MARKS CURIOUS AND CHALLENGING
Price: $30.00 Order nr. 62491
(Newark): Curtis Paper Company, 1962. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 38, (2) pages. (Newark, De. Ninth in a series of these publications issued by Curtis. Designed by Peter Oldenburg and Joseph Blumenthal and printed at the Spiral Press. READ MORE about AMERICA AT EASE, SOME GLIMPSES OF OUR SPORTING BLOOD AT PLAY IN THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
Price: $10.00 Order nr. 24552
San Francisco: John Howell, 1922. large 8vo. quarter cloth over paper covered boards, paper spine label. 16, (1) pages. First edition limited to 350 numbered copies. BAL 7555. Exlibris bookplate of Henry Alexander on front pastedown. Near fine. Printed by Edwin Grabhorn for John Howell. Decorations by Joseph Sinel. Foreword by Frederick S. Myrtle. Harte's manuscript poem on hearing of the death of Dickens. READ MORE about DICKENS IN CAMP
Price: $75.00 Order nr. 137374
Part II: The Christmas Books and selected Secondary Works
Los Angeles: Heritage Book Shop, 1983. 4to. cloth, dust jacket. xvi, 96 pages. Part II: The Christmas Books and selected Secondary Works. First edition. The second volume of this two volume set. READ MORE about CHARLES DICKENS IN THE ORIGINAL CLOTH, A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CATALOGUE OF THE FIRST APPEARENCE OF HIS...
Price: $45.00 Order nr. 2333
New York: Afred A. Knopf, 1926. small 8vo. quarter cloth, marbled paper covered boards, paper spine label. 337 pages. First edition printed in an edition of 190 numbered copies signed by the author of which this is one of 160 copies printed on Borzoi Rag Paper. Ownership inscription in ink on front pastedown. Lacking the publisher's slipcase, else a fine copy. A lovely production typical of this publisher. A novel by one of the most..... READ MORE about THE ORPHAN ANGEL
Price: $5.00 Order nr. 137473
New York: M. Kennerley, 1912. 8vo. Bound in original crimson cloth. 316 pages. First edition, first issue. A fine copy. An early anthology of contemporary poetry, containing the first appearance of Edna St. Vincent Millay's "Renascence" on pp. 180-188. READ MORE about THE LYRIC YEAR, ONE HUNDRED POEMS
Price: $150.00 Order nr. 137637
New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., (1977). 4to. cloth, dust jacket. 199+(1) pages. First edition. Dust jacket has piece missing along top edge and has minor wear. Else a near fine copy. With an introduction by Alan Fern. Filled with illustrations showing the woodcuts of Eichenberg. Also has a bibliography of the books illustrated by him. READ MORE about THE WOOD AND THE GRAVER, THE WORK OF FRITZ EICHENBERG
Price: $45.00 Order nr. 19648
Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1876. large 12mo. red cloth. (iv), 314 pages. Probably a first edition. BAL 5272. Myerson B3. Signature "N" on p. 209. Minor wear to spine ends and edges, else near fine. Electrotyped and printed by Welch, Bigelow, and Co. READ MORE about LETTERS AND SOCIAL AIMS
Price: $90.00 Order nr. 94256
Charlottesville: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1997. large 4to. quarter cloth. xx, 100 pages. Limited to 500 copies. Lightly bumped at top edge of front board. Lightly soiled. Printed at The Stinehour Press. Photofacsimile and transcription of a pereviously unpublished draft of Faulkner's second novel, Mosquitoes. Includes comprehensive introduction, cross-references to corresponding passages of the typescript and first edition, and an appendix presenting in tabular form the relationship of the three major stages..... READ MORE about MOSQUITOES, A FACSIMILE AND TRANSCRIPTION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA HOLOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT
Price: $30.00 Order nr. 53834
London: The Folio Society, 1980. 8vo. quarter cloth, decorated paper-covered boards, decorated endpapers, paper-covered slipcase. 772, (2) pages. Trollope's last Barsetshire novel, with one of the series' most striking characters. Introduction by Julian Symons, drawings by Peter Reddick. Folio Society publication no. 475, in the series binding design. Endpapers bear a map derived from Trollope's own sketch of "Barsetshire." Slipcase lightly rubbed, else near fine. READ MORE about THE LAST CHRONICLE OF BARSET
Price: $10.00 Order nr. 53310
London: Folio Society, 1981. 8vo. quarter cloth, decorated paper-covered boards, top edge stained maroon, maroon paper-covered slipcase. 276 pages. "The Two Heroines of Plumplington," a novella set in a previously unknown corner of Trollope's Barsetshire, 6 short stories, and a cycle of tales entitled "why Frau Frohmann raised her prices." With an introduction by Julian Symonds and line drawings by Peter Reddick. A fine copy. READ MORE about THE TWO HEROINES OF PLUMPLINGTON AND OTHER STORIES
Price: $10.00 Order nr. 53263
Brooklyn: Historical Printing Club, 1891. 12mo. original paper wrappers. 61 pages. Limited to 250 copies. Winnowings in American History, Virginia Tracts No.II. Antique pamphlet containing account of the controversy between Lieutenant-Governor Spotswood and his Council and the House of Burgesses on the appointment of judges on commissions of Oyer and Terminer, 1718. READ MORE about CONTROVERSY BETWEEN LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR SPOTSWOOD AND HIS COUNCIL AND THE HOUSE OF BURGESSES, ON...
Price: $40.00 Order nr. 8219
New York: Reynal and Company, n.d. (but circa 1962). 4to. cloth. 36 pages followed by full color plates. Translated from the original manuscript by Jonathan Griffin and with a postscript by Jean Loize. Minor moisture staining to the tail end of the price-clipped dust jacket. Else a fine copy. This account by Gauguin of his first trip to Tahiti remained unknown until 1954 when it was published in facsimile in Paris. READ MORE about NOA NOA, VOYAGE TO TAHITI
Price: $25.00 Order nr. 31261
Waltham Saint Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1925. 8vo. Bound in 1/4 linen and cloth boards, original glassine wrapper. xiv, 81 pages. Limited to 500 numbered copies. A fine copy. Printed on handmade paper. READ MORE about SONNETS: WITH FOLK SONGS FROM THE SPANISH
Price: $60.00 Order nr. 137223
Waltham Saint Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1926. 8vo. quarter linen with batik covered boards. (ii), 19 pages. Printed in an edition limited to 325 numbered copies. (Chanticleer no.46). A fine, unopened, copy. Printed by Robert Gibbings with colored wood engravings by Rene be Sussan. Title page in two colors. READ MORE about THE METAMORPHOSIS OF PIGMALION'S IMAGE
Price: $125.00 Order nr. 48130
With Illustrations designed & Engraved by Mallette Dean and an Introduction by Oscar Lewis.
San Francisco: Ransohoffs, 1948. 4to. cloth-backed boards, paper spine label. (viii), 16, (2) pages. With Illustrations designed & Engraved by Mallette Dean and an Introduction by Oscar Lewis. Limited to 300 copies, printed by the Grabhorn Press. (Magee no.469). With illustrations printed in color. Boards a bit faded / dull, else nice. A story by Bret Harte, first printed in the Overland Monthly for August 1868. Four colored plates. READ MORE about THE LUCK OF ROARING CAMP, A STORY BY BRET HARTE, FIRST PRINTED IN THE OVERLAND MONTHLY FOR AUGUST...
Price: $40.00 Order nr. 41842
San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1960. folio. paper covered boards, paper spine label. 111 pages. First edition limited to . Very light foxing to preliminary pages, as usual, else near fine. Illustrated by Mary Grabhorn. READ MORE about THE TRAGEDIE OF ANTHONIE AND CLEOPATRA
Price: $300.00 Order nr. 137209
Reprinted from the Revised Version of the Apocrypha with an Introduction by Montague R. James; colour plates after drawings by W. Russell Flint.
London: The Haymarket Press, 1929. small 4to. original limp vellum lettered in gilt with cloth ties, top edge gilt. 47 pages. Reprinted from the Revised Version of the Apocrypha with an Introduction by Montague R. James; colour plates after drawings by W. Russell Flint. Printed in an edition limited to 100 numbered copies. The separate folder with four loose prints is present, as well as the scarce slipcase. Aside from minor wear to the slipcase..... READ MORE about THE BOOK OF TOBIT AND THE HISTORY OF SUSANNA
Price: $900.00 Order nr. 59015
With a Short History of the Press by Mary E. Gaither.
Revere, Pa. Woolmer - Brotherson Ltd., 1986. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xxxvi, 250 pages. With a Short History of the Press by Mary E. Gaither. Second edition, with substantial revisions and additions. Bibliographical descriptions of 525 books. Illustrated. A fine copy in fine jacket. READ MORE about A CHECKLIST OF THE HOGARTH PRESS, 1917-1946
Price: $45.00 Order nr. 16297
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1880. 8vo. Bound in 3/4 leather decorative gilt panels, leather spine labels, gilt spine title, marbled boards, marbled endpapers, all edges marbled. 419 pages. First edition. Endpapers foxed. Minor rubbing to extreminities and hinges, else a near fine copy. With bookplate, "Ex Libris The Robert A. Sigmunds." Printed by The Riverside Press. READ MORE about THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY
Price: $40.00 Order nr. 137840
South Brunswick and New York: A.S. Barnes and Co., (1973). 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 253 pages. First edition. A biography of this publisher and private pressman. READ MORE about AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN, ELBERT HUBBARD AND THE ROYCROFTERS
Price: $40.00 Order nr. 11663
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1923. 8vo. cloth-backed decorated paper-covered boards, paper spine label. 304 pages. Revised U.S. edition. With bookplate, "For this is my mind..." With book shop label, "The Old Corner Book Store, Inc." Near fine condition. With 24 plates and 2 illustrations in the text. The plates are reproductions of drawings by Beardsley, Beerbohm, Rothenstein, Walter Crane and others. READ MORE about THE EIGHTEEN NINETIES, A REVIEW OF ART AND IDEAS AT THE CLOSE OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
Price: $25.00 Order nr. 23069
New York, NY: Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America, 1982. 8vo. paper wrappers. unpaginated. First edition. Foreword by Terry Belanger. READ MORE about RARE BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPT THEFTS: A SECURITY SYSTEM FOR LIBRARIANS, BOOKSELLERS, AND COLLECTORS
Price: $15.00 Order nr. 136875
Together with Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides and Johnson's Diary of a Journey into North Wales. Revised and Enlarged Edition by L. F. Powell.
Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1964. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 496 pages. Together with Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides and Johnson's Diary of a Journey into North Wales. Revised and Enlarged Edition by L. F. Powell. Second edition. Near fine in near fine jacket. Portrait from an engraving by Sir Joshua Reynolds (1756) as frontispiece. READ MORE about BOSWELL'S LIFE OF JOHNSON
Price: $80.00 Order nr. 137850
Pittsburgh, PA: The Laboratory Press, 1925. broadside (14 1/2 by 9 inches). Specimen 28, a students' project from the Laboratory Press, affiliated with the Carnegie Institute of Technology. Printed on a hand press. Designed and composed by George E. Sheer. READ MORE about THE NEW DISPENSATION OF SERVICE
Price: $15.00 Order nr. 137606
Edited by Charles Anthon.
New York, NY: G. & C. & H. Carvill, 1833. 8vo. Bound in cloth-backed, dark calf bindings; spines with gilt lettering. 1635 pages. Edited by Charles Anthon. A "new Edition" of "Bibliotheca Classica", John Lempriere's best-known work published in two volumes, "enlarged, re-modelled, and extensively improved" by Charles Anthon, American classical scholar at Columbia College. Volume 1 with cover detached. Cloth soiled to both volumes. Leather scratched. Light shelfwear, wear to corners. Minor foxing throughout..... READ MORE about BIBLIOTHECA CLASSICA OR, A DICTIONARY OF ALL THE PRINCIPAL NAMES AND TERMS RELATING TO THE...
Price: $125.00 Order nr. 137273
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1957. 8vo. leather-backed paste paper-covered boards, slipcase. liv, 297+(1) pages. Limited to 1500 numbered copies signed by Kredel (LEC 273). Selected and Translated, with an Introduction, by Louis Untermeyer and Illustrated by Fritz Kredel. Designed by Georg Salter and printed by Clarke & Way at the Thistle Press. The color illustrations were produced in the studio of Walter Fischer. With Monthly Newsletter / prospectus loosely inserted. Spine lightly rubbed..... READ MORE about POEMS OF HEINRICH HEINE
Price: $50.00 Order nr. 120609
Illustrated with facsimiles from the 15th century manuscript. Translated by W. Kenneth Thompson.
Barre, MA: The Imprint Society, 1971. small 4to. boards, slipcase. 89, (3) pages. Illustrated with facsimiles from the 15th century manuscript. Translated by W. Kenneth Thompson. Limited to 1950 numbered copies. Designed and printed by Giovanni Mardersteig with the aid of his son, Martino, at their Stamperia Valdonega in Verona. With five color facsimiles reproduced from the original 15th century Italian manuscript. of Le fatiche d'Ercole in the Houghton Library by the Meriden Gravure Company..... READ MORE about THE LABORS OF HERCULES
Price: $45.00 Order nr. 21128
N.P. Masons of Delaware, 1956. 8vo. paper wrappers. Frontispiece; 137, (2) pages. B1-4234. 1956. 151st Annual Communication. Near fine. READ MORE about PROCEEDINGS OF THE MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND LODGE OF ANCIENT, FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF DELAWARE
Price: $15.00 Order nr. 137608
With Drawing by Benj Greenstein.
New York: Elf Publishers, 1929. 8vo. half parchment with blue paper covered boards, top edge gilt. (viii), 270, (2) pages. With Drawing by Benj Greenstein. Limited to 750 numbered copies. With six erotic drawings by Greenstein. A fine copy. Scarce in this condition. READ MORE about THE PIAZZA TALES
Price: $60.00 Order nr. 100480
New York: George Braziller, 1984. large 4to [32,3 x 25,3 cm]. original vellum-backed chemise and slipcase. Illustrated with 80 colour REPRODUCTIONS. Reprint edition in the original printed wrappers and in the original vellum-backed chemise and slipcase. Fine in fine slipcase. READ MORE about A TOUTE ÉPREUVE
Price: $80.00 Order nr. 137074
New York: Philip C. Duschnes, (1937). 8vo. stiff paper wrappers, cord-tied. (6) pages with broadside inserted into the back as called for. First edition, limited to 400 copies. A very scarce book in excellent condition. Issued as a Christmas booklet by the bookseller, Philip Duschnes. READ MORE about SIR KENELM READS IN BED
Price: $45.00 Order nr. 21720
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, (1988). 4to. cloth, dust jacket. 328 pages. First U.S. edition. Fine in fine dust jacket. A study of Morris's life through his own words and work. Contains extracts from his letters, poems, etc. Lavishly illustrated throughout with over 200 color plates. Many of the illustrations have never been reproduced before. A nice book. READ MORE about WILLIAM MORRIS BY HIMSELF, DESIGNS AND WRITINGS
Price: $25.00 Order nr. 28457
London: The Nonesuch Press, 1925. 8vo. brown cloth stamped in gilt. 76 pages. First impression, with the canceled title page. (Dreyfus no.22) "It contains the first publication of original documents (discovered at the Public Record Office) connected with the death of Marlowe. "Finely printed with several illustrations and a fold out frontispiece. A fine copy. Partially unopened. READ MORE about THE DEATH OF CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
Price: $30.00 Order nr. 56393
N.P. Paperweight Collectors Association, 2017. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 120 pages. 2017 Annual Bulletin of the association. Table of contents. Advertisements follow text. Color and black and white illustrations. READ MORE about ANNUAL BULLETIN OF THE PAPERWEIGHT COLLECTORS ASSOCIATION, INC
Price: $15.00 Order nr. 136574
Lincoln, MA: Penmaen Press for the Print Club of Cleveland, 1979. 8vo. half green cloth with decorated paper covered boards. 27+(1) pages. Limited to 264 numbered copies signed by Richard Wilbur and Fritz Eichenberg, of which this one is unnumbered and signed "MP" for Mike Peich of Aralia Press. Printed for the Print Club of Cleveland. Introduction by Richard Wilbur; wood engraving by Fritz Eichenberg. Well preserved copy. READ MORE about ELEONORA
Price: $95.00 Order nr. 114480
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1931. 12mo. cloth. xv preliminary pages followed by the facsimile. Reproduced in facsimile from the copy in the Henry E. Huntington Library, with an introduction by Charles Read Baskervill. Fine in near fine jacket. Translated by Thomas Wyat. READ MORE about PLUTARCH'S QUYETE OF MYNDE
Price: $25.00 Order nr. 55263
Colorado Springs, CO: Hulbert Center Press and the Press at Colorado College, 1990. 4to. quarter cloth over handmade paper covered boards. (28) leaves. Printed in limited edition of 170 copies. A fine copy. Executed by master printer Jim Trissel, with handmade paper by Tom Leech, and Foreward by Joe Gordon. Of the 28 pages there are 20 pages of poems, alternating between Jackson and Dickinson, with a final colophon page by Jim Trissel. READ MORE about A SELECTION OF POEMS BY HELEN HUNT JACKSON & EMILY DICKINSON
Price: $75.00 Order nr. 137276
Cleveland: The Rhymers' Club, (1935). 8vo. cloth, paper cover label. 40 pages. Printed in an edition limited to 500 numbered copies. A collection of poetry from members of the Rhymers' Club, such as Katherine Kelley Taylor, Joseph S. Newman, John French Wilson, William Heermans Wright and others. Copyright by Carr Liggett. READ MORE about THE BOOK OF THE RHYMERS' CLUB
Price: $35.00 Order nr. 60224
New York: MacMillan Company, 1929. 8vo. cloth spine, paper-covered boards, slipcase with paper limitation label. (viii), 103,(3) pages. First limited edition of 500 copies, signed by the author on the limitation page in the book, the limitation label on the slip case has a handwritten number only. Slip case is quite worn at the edges while missing both top and bottom pieces. Overall a lovely copy. READ MORE about CAVENDER'S HOUSE
Price: $60.00 Order nr. 93750
New York: Oxford University Press, 1939. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. liv, 127 pages. First edition. A bibliography of the design work. Dust jacket chipped, with some loss. Some discoloration to the gutters on the free endpapers and pastedowns. READ MORE about THE WORK OF BRUCE ROGERS, JACK OF ALL TRADES MASTER OF ONE: A CATALOGUE OF AN EXHIBITION ... WITH...
Price: $25.00 Order nr. 19585
Hockessin: North Light Studio, 1984. oblong small 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (56) pages. First edition. Written and illustrated by Sawin. Much on the architecture of the area and towns along the canal. Inscribed by Sawin. READ MORE about LOCKS, TRAPS, AND CORNERS ON AND ALONG THE CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANAL
Price: $25.00 Order nr. 67211
New York: Sotheby's, 1999. small 4to. cloth, paper cover labels. 370,(2); 394,(2) pages. 2 volumes. 1,080 lots described with the greatest of detail. Part I in fine condition. Part II spotted with the boards warped. Textblock shaken. Author index in the back of volume two. Illustrated throughout including many in color. Contains a two page biography of Siebert by Bailey Bishop. This sale is a must for any reference collection on Americana and will take..... READ MORE about FRANK T. SIEBERT LIBRARY OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN AND THE AMERICAN FRONTIER. PART I & II
Price: $30.00 Order nr. 57781
Illustrated from etchings by Henry Emerson Tuttle.
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1928. 8vo. cloth-backed boards. xvi, 96 pages. Illustrated from etchings by Henry Emerson Tuttle. Limited to 100 numbered copies signed by the author. Very light foxing to covered boards, else a fine copy. Has a signed proof as a frontispiece and five signed photo-gravures by Tuttle. READ MORE about THE LOST LYRIST
Price: $45.00 Order nr. 33323
London: Monotype Corporation, n.d.(c1950). small 4to. sewn, self paper wrappers. (20) pages. Specimens mostly in texts for Spectrum, a roman bookface commissioned by Joh. Enschedé & Zonen and designed by Jan Van Krimpen, and originally meant for use in small folio Bibles. Near fine. READ MORE about SPECTRUM ROMAN AND ITALIC
Price: $30.00 Order nr. 53383
Pittsburgh: The Typophiles, (1956). 12mo. paper wrappers. 20 pages. Typophile Monograph No.46. A fine copy. READ MORE about THE OUTLOOK FOR GRAPHIC ARTS EDUCATION
Price: $20.00 Order nr. 502
Manor Farm: The Whittington Press, 1988. small 4to. stiff paper wrappers. (viii), 166, (2) pages. Limited to 900 copies of which this is one of the 800 copies of the trade edition bound in a pattern paper by Vance Gerry. Dust jacket torn at top edge, with minor loss. Else a fine copy. Filled with tipped-in plates and other illustrations. Articles by Michael Taylor on Douglas Cleverdon, David Butcher on the Curwen Press, Tanya Schmoller..... READ MORE about MATRIX 08
Price: $90.00 Order nr. 124980
San Franciso: Windsor Press, 1926. small 12mo. quarter cloth with paper-covered boards, dust jacket. viii, 27+(1) pages. Printed by The Brothers Johnson, C.A. and J.S. for C.F. Benoit in an edition limited to 750 copies on Rye Mill hand-made paper "after which the type was distributed," (Ransom, 448). Foreword by James S. Johnson. Title page illustration by Julian A. Links. A fine copy. READ MORE about A LODGING FOR THE NIGHT, A STORY OF FRANCIS VILLON
Price: $30.00 Order nr. 63140