Topic: Sports [x]
Bookseller: Old Bookshop of Bordentown [x]
Ribalow, Harold U.
NY: Bloch, 1959.
Cloth, 371 pps.Illustrated with photos. The revised, enlarged edition. The stories of the great Jewish American sports stars from baseball stars Johnny Kling (early 20th more
Texas Monthly Press, 1984.
Oversized volume in blue cloth. 126 pp. with index, bibliography. Illustrated. The panorama of sports under the Lone Star that brings to life legendary Texas more
"Craven" John William Carlton)
London: H.G. Bohn, 1855.
Small octavo beautifully bound in red three-quarter morocco over marbled paper-covered boards, raised spine hubs lettered in gilt and with sporting designs (fox, fish, etc) more
(Paris, John Ayrton)
Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1847.
Octavo in red blindstamped cloth with spine lettered and decorated in gilt. 432 pp. including extensive appendix "Additional Notes; Addressed More Especially to Parents and more
Reck, Franklin M.
NY: Crowell, 1951.
First printing. Bright yellow cloth stamped in red. 488 pps., illustrated with drawings by Clifford Geary. A brilliant, fresh copy in bright crisp, nearly new more
London: Dunlop Sports Company, 1956.
First edition (stated). Hardcover, 142 pps., illustrated throughout with drawings and diagrams. handsome little instructional edition designed for young players. A clean, tight copy, minor more
Barbour, Ralph Henry
NY: D. Appleton, 1904.
First edition. Dark orange cloth with spine lettered in gilt, over illustration in colors of a track sprinted on his mark at the starting line. more
Chicago: National Sports Publishing Co, 1927.
First editon (stated). Hardcover in red cloth lettered in gilt. . with appendix of Johnsons career bouts. Drawings by Edwin William Krauter. Introductory articles by more
Akron: Saalfield, 1920.
Hardcover in dark blue/grey cloth lettered in black. 308 pp. Young adult sports-themed series novel for girls featuring Jane Allen, a college-aged school basketball player more
Garden City: Blue Ribbon Books, 1950.
Hardcover. 244 pp. Illustrations by Carl Rosea nd with an introduction by Bill Stern. Reprint edition. Fine,pages embrowned as ususal in dust jacket, toned and more
Nimrod (Charles James Apperley)
New York: William Farquhar Payson, 1931.
First edition thus, Green paper covered boards lettered and decorated in red over brick colored cloth spien, paper spine label. 64 pp. Introduction by Owen more
Sports Publishing, 2004.
Hardcover. 174 pp.Illustrated. Fine in near fine dust jacket with minor bumping to the tips. Told through the eyes and ears of coaches, players, the more
New in dust jacket, First edition/printing. Hardcover. 215 pp. with index. Illustrated. Something for curling fans everywhere, from amusing and intriguing bits of history, to more
New in dust acket. First edition/printing. Hardcover. 212 pp. A novel set in the world of female athletes in the 1928 Olymp[ic Games in Amsterdam, more
Cambridge, Mass: Robert Bentley, 1964.
Hardcover. 125 pp. Illustrated with photographs, diagrams of cornering angles, etc. and appendix section of layouts of major international Formula I tracks. Translated from the more
Posse, Baron Nils
Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1894.
A fine, tight, fresh example. First edition. Large ocatvo in light brown cloth ornately lettered in black. vii +380 pp. with index to nomenclatureFrontispiece photographic more
Shaad, Cornelius G
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1930.
First edition. Slim octavo in red cloth stamped in gilt, 96 pps. illustrated with photos and diagrams. Introduction by William T. Tilden and Francis T. more
NY: Hastings House, 1961.
First printing. Cloth, 160 pps. with index, appendix of Olympic records through time of publication. Illustrated. Breezy history of Olympic highlights from the 776 B.C. more
de Capriles, Miguel A.
New York: Amateur Fencers League of America, 1957.
Limp leatherette covers. 151 pp. Illustrated with diagrams. Very good. more
New York: J.F. Taylor, 1901.
First edition. 12mo in dark tan suede leather with incised title front cover. All edges gilt. Very good, wear at the corners, spine is darkened, more