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London: J. Johnson, 1791.
First and Third Editions. Large quarto. Two parts. London: J. Johnson, 1791. Two volumes. Part 1, The Economy of Vegetation is the First Edition; Part more
Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1984.
First Edition, First issue with only six (later issues have eight) endorsements of books on back cover. EXTREMELY FINE. As new with no visible signs more
Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1984.
FIRST UNREVISED AND UNCORRECTED PROOFS. Original red paper covers with no printing anywhere, as issued. In exceedingly scarce original pre-publication dust wrapper with "Coming this more
London: Gale and Fenner, 1816.
New Edition. 12mo. Three-quarter green morocco, blue cloth, sl. rubbed. Somewhat scarce, early Leith Hunt title. more
Collins, Gray and Beattie
New York: Turner and Hayden, 1844.
First printing. 12mo. Original brown cloth with elaborate gilt designs both covers and spine. A.E.G. Bright copy of an early decorative cloth binding. more
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1857.
First American Edition. 12mo. Original brown blind-stamped cloth. Presented by someone, signed "Bronte" with her characteristic long 'T," but none of the Bronte sisters were more
Tennyson, Alfred Lord
London: Edward Moxon, 1861.
First thus. 12mo. Maroon pebbled calf, raised bands. AEG. Slightly worn edges and corners. Internally near fine. more
London: R. Hunter; Baldwin, Cradock and Joy Publishers, 1817.
Second edition. 8vo. Three Volumes. Original or contemporary boards, cloth-backed with printed paper labels on each spine. The scarce 'second edition' so-stated, with 'corrections' published more
Moulton, Louise Chandler
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1859.
First edition. 8vo. Original pebbled cloth. Presentation Copy to a famed violinist: "Will dear Mrs. Bull forgive the immaturity of these youthful pages for the more
London: Samuel Richards, 1823.
First Thus. 12mo. Six volumes. Orignial drab boards, green cloth spines, printed paper labels on spine. Labels worn, else a very nice set in representative more
Cooper, James Fennimore
Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1838.
First edition. 8vo. Two volumes. Original beige cloth. Rubbing and soling to covers, foxing throughout as commonly found (paper for this book was poor quality). more
London: J. M. Dent, 1904.
First edition thus. 8vo. Green cloth, blue illustration cover and spine. Full-page and embellishments throughout in line by PAUL WOODROFFE. Rubricated initials and designs. Very more
London: R. Hunter, 1817.
First edition. 12mo. Contemporary paper covered boards, half green calf. Covers sl. worn, internally very clean and tight. Scarce title. more
Paris & Leipzig: H. Delloye, Chez Brockhaus, 1838.
First edition. 8vo. Original printed wrappers with ad on back for Les Rayons et Les Ombres. 250pp. Collated complete. Wrappers chipped, esp. on outer margin more
London: 1823, John Murray.
First edition. 8vo. 188pp, with 7p prospectus at end. Original drab brown wrappers. Appears to be first editiion, 2nd issue with the words, "The End" more
London: George Redway, 1897.
First edition. Beige cloth with gilt stylized clown on cover. Presentation copy to a friend, W.K. ("Willie") along with ALS signed (2pp). Presentation: "To W.K. more
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
London: Chapman & Hall, 1863.
First edition. Original green pebbled cloth, gilt spine. Very good or better copy. more
Visscher, WIlliam Lightfoot
Cheyenne, Wyoming: Bristol and Knabe, 1886.
Original dark brown cloth, beveled boards with exquisite gilt stamped cover, black stamped border designs, gilt spine. Stated "Second Illustrated Edition." INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR ON more
Shaw, Bernard (preface)
London: A. C. Fifield, 1911.
First edition. Original beige buckram with lettering on cover and spine in black. Photograveure frontispiece of Brieux, preface by Shaw. TEG. A very nice, tight more
New York: The Baker & Taylor Co, 1911.
First American edition. Red fine wove cloth, white lettering cover and spine. Eight full-page plates by Cyrus Cuneo and others. White on lettering partially lost more