Featured Items

Showing: 1 - 30 (of 49)
Results per page:
Order by:
ACIER Un Nouveau Grand Palais des Expositions
ACIER Un Nouveau Grand Palais des Expositions
Paris: OTUA (L'Office Technique pour l'Utilisation de l'Acier), 1935. 164p, illustrations, area plans, elevations, plans, perspectives. 54x43cm. Black morocco back, lithographed paper boards in a modernist design by Cassandre, edges lined with white leather. Copy 67 in an unknown edition, signed by Doniaux, the director of OTUA. The work documents a design competition organized by the OTUA for a new exposition center showcasing the use of steel. Three projects are published and information for all 13 projects is given.The judges awarded the grand prize to the firm of Tournon & Chappey. The firms of Alex & Pierre Fournier, Molinie, Nicod & Boulanger, Umbdenstock, R. Expert, and Charles & Daniel Letrosne were also awarded prizes. The project was not constructed. Spine dry, chipped, edges well worn. In good condition only.
Item #16687
Price: $400.00
The American Mercury (Volumes 1-30). American Mercury.
The American Mercury (Volumes 1-30).
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1924-1930. Thirty volumes complete in original wrappers, issues 1-120. The successor to the Smart Set for Mencken and George Jean Nathan, Knopf gave them editorial control of a magazine that published some of the great authors of the twentieth century: Eugene O'Neill, Sherwood Anderson, Carl Sandburg, Theodore Dreiser, James M. McCain, Sinclair Lewis, William Faulkner, Vachal Lindsay, Edgar Lee Masters, Countee Cullen, James Weldon Johnson, Margaret Mead, Lewis Mumford, Louis Untermeyer and many others. Each issue also included Mencken's biting editorials. As Mencken stated, "The editors are committed to nothing save this: to keep to common sense as fast as they can, to belabor sham as agreeably as possible, to give a civilized entertainment." Includes the famous "Hatrack" issue, April1926, for which Mencken was arrested in Boston, and the US Post Office refused to deliver. Truly the Mencken era of The American Mercury, a complete run in wrappers, with little wear, one loose cover, and in very good condition.
Item #9634
Price: $600.00
Architectural Details of Northern and Central Spain: One Hundred and Four Measured Drawings and Fifty Five Photographs. Gerstle Mack, Thomas Gibson.
Architectural Details of Northern and Central Spain: One Hundred and Four Measured Drawings and Fifty Five Photographs.
New York: William Helburn, 1930. Color frontis, [3], 146 plates [photographs and measured drawings]. 35cm. Folio in black cloth with titling in silver on the front cover and spine. Spine titling worn. A very attractive near fine copy.
Item #8932
Price: $400.00
The Bible Alphabet. Indestructible Pleasure Books with Colored Ilustrations.
The Bible Alphabet. Indestructible Pleasure Books with Colored Ilustrations.
New York: Sheldon & Co. [1860s]. 14p., [2], illustrations.18cm. Orange illustrated cloth. Well worn, prior owner's name and date (1862) on front cover and first page. A fair but complete copy. Rare. Held only at the Uiniversity of Connecticut.
Item #16046
Price: $275.00
[BOUND VOLUME OF PAMPHLETS AND TRACTS, 1823-1847]. (1)The Water of Cities, Scientific Tracts, February 15, 1835; (2) Family Lyceum No. 1, Saturday, October 26, 1833; (3) Family Lyceum No. 7, Saturday, October 7, 1833; (4) Striking Fulfillment of Prophecy. No. 310; (5) Letter on the Relief of the Poor. Boston, June, 1847 (6) Tract No. 10. A short treatise on the insufficiency of money...;(7) Tract No. 11. A brief representation of the condition and prospects of a great, learned, and popular man...; (8) Tract No. 13. The following Expostulation with certain men who seem to have crept into the Christian ministry...;(9) Tract No. 14. A description of the present condition, character, and prospects of many of the business and worldly minded men...;(10) Prepare to Meet Thy God! No. 347; (11) Ought I to Become a Missionary to the Heathen? By a Member of the Princeton Theological Seminary. Taken form the American Quarterly Register. Missionary Paper, No. 15; (12) A Call to Personal Labor as a Foreign Missionary. By the Rev. William S. Plumer, Petersburg, VA. Missionary Paper, No. 19; (13) The Advantages of Sabbath Schools. A Premium Tract. Published by the American Tract Society, (4p), 12p., No. 272; (14) Address to the Trustees of the Evangelical Missionary Society in Massachusetts. Boston: Printed by R. M. Peck, Congress Street, April 1823; (15) Mistakes Made by Parents. By John Vaughan. 16p, (4p) No. 296.
[BOUND VOLUME OF PAMPHLETS AND TRACTS, 1823-1847]. (1)The Water of Cities, Scientific Tracts, February 15, 1835; (2) Family Lyceum No. 1, Saturday, October 26, 1833; (3) Family Lyceum No. 7, Saturday, October 7, 1833; (4) Striking Fulfillment of Prophecy. No. 310; (5) Letter on the Relief of the Poor. Boston, June, 1847 (6) Tract No. 10. A short treatise on the insufficiency of money...;(7) Tract No. 11. A brief representation of the condition and prospects of a great, learned, and popular man...; (8) Tract No. 13. The following Expostulation with certain men who seem to have crept into the Christian ministry...;(9) Tract No. 14. A description of the present condition, character, and prospects of many of the business and worldly minded men...;(10) Prepare to Meet Thy God! No. 347; (11) Ought I to Become a Missionary to the Heathen? By a Member of the Princeton Theological Seminary. Taken form the American Quarterly Register. Missionary Paper, No. 15; (12) A Call to Personal Labor as a Foreign Missionary. By the Rev. William S. Plumer, Petersburg, VA. Missionary Paper, No. 19; (13) The Advantages of Sabbath Schools. A Premium Tract. Published by the American Tract Society, (4p), 12p., No. 272; (14) Address to the Trustees of the Evangelical Missionary Society in Massachusetts. Boston: Printed by R. M. Peck, Congress Street, April 1823; (15) Mistakes Made by Parents. By John Vaughan. 16p, (4p) No. 296.
All bound in quarter leather and marbled paper boards. Edges of covers rubbed. In very good condition.
Item #19328
Price: $375.00
A brief history of epidemic and pestilential diseases : with the principal phenomena of the physical world, which precede and accompany them, and observations deduced from the facts stated. 2 volumes. Noah Webster.
A brief history of epidemic and pestilential diseases : with the principal phenomena of the physical world, which precede and accompany them, and observations deduced from the facts stated. 2 volumes.
Hartford : Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 1799. Volume 1: 348p; volume 2: 352p. 22cm. Leather covers with red and black morocco labels. Professionally conserved, reattaching the covers, not too detracting tape stains remain on the covers at the joints; tops of spines worn, some edge wear; bottom of front free endpaper and bottom of title page of volume 2 missing but professionally repaired with Japanese tissue paper; bookplates; prior owner's signature. A very attractive set in better than good condition. Pictures available.
Item #13444
Price: $500.00
Clarissa; or, the History of a Young Lady: Comprehending the Most Important Concerns of Private Life; and Particularly Shewing the Distresses that may attend the Misconduct both of Parents and Children, in Relation to Marriage. In eight volumes. Samuel Richardson.
Clarissa; or, the History of a Young Lady: Comprehending the Most Important Concerns of Private Life; and Particularly Shewing the Distresses that may attend the Misconduct both of Parents and Children, in Relation to Marriage. In eight volumes.
London: F.C. and J. Rivington, 1810. 8 volumes: 357p; 378p; 394p; 408p; 388p; 424p; 414p; 427p. 16cm. Originally published in 1748. Bound in contemporary black morocco; raised bands and titling in gilt on the spine; aeg. A conserved set with tasetfully reinforced joints in very good condition.
Item #4846
Price: $300.00
Collection of Architectural Designs Including Designs which have been executed and Objects whose Execution was Intended. New complete edition in 174 plates. Karl Friedrich Schinkel.
Collection of Architectural Designs Including Designs which have been executed and Objects whose Execution was Intended. New complete edition in 174 plates.
Chicago: Baluster Books, 1984. 34p, [3], 11p, plates. 22x29cm. First published in 1981 by Exedra Books. Black cloth with gilt titling. Slighth bow to the front cover; still a fine copy.
Item #16060
Price: $300.00
Dated September 4th [1930]. Addressed "Dear Hamilton:-" TLS [initialed] on letterhead from The Lord Nelson, Halifax, Canada. 27.5x21. Triple fold; slight toning; otherwise fine. H. L. Mencken.
Dated September 4th [1930]. Addressed "Dear Hamilton:-" TLS [initialed] on letterhead from The Lord Nelson, Halifax, Canada. 27.5x21. Triple fold; slight toning; otherwise fine.
"Dear Hamilton:- In connubial confidence Sara has told me of the noble contribution you and Olga have made to our armory. My very best thanks. I hope to eat regularly, and if so I'll need tools. The two of you must be the first martyrs to face the new cook. She is a Baptist from South Carolina. The weather along the St. Lawrence was infernal, so we came here hoping to smell a breeze. Unluckily, it is almost as hot. I begin to suspect that God is up to His old tricks. Perhaps it would be discreet for me to say a kind word now and then for the Twelve Apostles and to lay off greasing Pontius Pilate. I hope, this afternoon, to compose a piece for you on the state of Christian culture in Montreal. The town has some merit. Married life is grand. So long as man obeys his wife there can be no reason for discord. More of this anon," Mencken and Sara Haardt were married in Baltimore on August 27, 1930 and left the city bound for Montreal and Quebec on their honeymoon. They enjoyed Montreal but found Quebec to be hot and crowded. Bode writes: "They decided to move on to Halifax, Nova Scotia, where the weather was much cooler and the streets less crowded. After a few days at the Lord Nelson Hotel and another comfortable stay in St. John's, New Brunswick, they were ready to come home. "I begin to feel like an old married man already," Mencken wrote a friend.
Item #10250
Price: $400.00
De Gemeenschap. Jaargang 4. 1928. Lou Lichtveld, Red.
De Gemeenschap. Jaargang 4. 1928.
Utrect. [416p], illustrations. January through December, 1928. 12 issues with covers bound in. Bound in yellow cloth, titling in black. Somewhat soiled, hinges are weak. In good condition.
Item #16591
Price: $300.00
Dictionnaire raisonné de l'architecture française du XIe an XVIe siècle. (10 volumes). Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc.
Dictionnaire raisonné de l'architecture française du XIe an XVIe siècle. (10 volumes)
Paris: Morel et C. ie. 1875. 10 volumes bound in three quarter green morocco with titling in gilt on the spine and marbled paper boards; original wrappers bound; untrimmed. 26cm. With numerous illustrations. In an edition of 100 sets printed on handmade paper, this is copy 17/100. With the bookplate on Leolyn Louise Everett Spelman on the front cover paste down of each volume. A fine set. Born in Cleveland, Leolyn (1888-1971), was the daughter of Henry A. Everett, a railroad industrialist who introduced the street railway to Cleveland. After returning from Italy in 1914, she lived in New York City where she met Timothy Mather Spelman (1891-1970), a musician and composer. As an accomplished poet and author, she often contributed to Timothy's compositions. In 1931 they purchased Villa Razzolini in Florence, and returned to it after the war in 1947. The Spelmans bequeathed the Villa to Johns Hopkins University and it became the Charles S. Singleton Center for Italian Studies. The university recently sold the property.
Item #16696
Price: $1,500.00
The Domestic Architecture of the Early American Republic . The Greek Revival. With a frontispiece in color and 256 illustrations. Howard Major.
The Domestic Architecture of the Early American Republic . The Greek Revival. With a frontispiece in color and 256 illustrations.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1926. Frontis, 237p, plates, index. 28cm. First edition. Blue cloth in gilt, top edge gilt; dust jacket. Slightly chipped jacket, spine slightly faded. A fine copy in a very good jacket.
Item #16054
Price: $250.00
An Encyclopedia of Cottage, Farm, Villa Architecture and Furniture.
An Encyclopedia of Cottage, Farm, Villa Architecture and Furniture.
London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1846. xxiv, 1317p, [32p catalog], illustrated, indexed. 23cm. Green cloth over boards, border and illustration embossed on the front cover; titling in gilt on the spine. Prior owner's neat, small signature in several places; cloth torn at spine edge front cover, edges worn, corners skinned; still, in very good condition.
Item #2168
Price: $300.00
Godey's Lady's Book. 1860. [Volumes LX and LXI]. Mrs. Sarah J. Hale, eds Louis A. Godey.
Godey's Lady's Book. 1860. [Volumes LX and LXI]
Philadelphia: Louis A. Godey, 1860. Frontispiece, engraved title page, iv, 574p, music, illustrations, plates in color; frontispiece, 570p, music, illustrations, plates in color, fold out. 24cm. Quarter gilt ruled red morocco back and tips with red cloth covers; four raised bands and titling in gilt on the spine. Leather corners rubbed, skinned; spine rubbed; cloth slightly soiled. Contents are exceptional and the book is in very good condition.
Item #19282
Price: $600.00
The Histories of the Lives and Reigns of Henry the Third, and Henry the Fourth, Kings of England. [In two parts]. Sir Robert Cotton, Knights Sir John Heywood.
The Histories of the Lives and Reigns of Henry the Third, and Henry the Fourth, Kings of England. [In two parts]
London: Printed and are to be sold by Peter Parker, 1679; 1642. Engraved portrait frontispiece, title page, 45p; second title page, [15p], 318p. 14.5 cm. 12mo. Second edition. [originally published 1627 and 1599, respectively]  Eighteenth century rebind in full leather with edges tooled in blind; title in gilt on the spine, raised bands; all edges brown, marbled endpapers, watermarked wove endpapers. Text, illustration, and separate title page on thin laid paper. Contains "A short view of the long raign of King Henry the Third," followed by "The historie of the life and raigne of Henry the Fourth. King of England," by Sir John Hayward, London: Printed for William Shares, 1642. Covers reattached with strips of clear tape; head of spine missing; hinge cracked, almost cracked after title page; trimmed ; some foxing, few pages browned. In fair condition. Compared to copy held at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign [ESTC: R27281] (seven copies in institutions, two of which are held in the United States).
Item #20306
Price: $600.00
History of Frederick County, Maryland : from the earliest settlements to the beginning of the war between the states / by T.J.C. Williams ... continued from the beginning of the year 1861 down to the present time by Folger McKinsey (the Bentztown bar. Thomas J. C. Williams, Fikger McKinnsey.
History of Frederick County, Maryland : from the earliest settlements to the beginning of the war between the states / by T.J.C. Williams ... continued from the beginning of the year 1861 down to the present time by Folger McKinsey (the Bentztown bar
[Frederick, MD]: L.R. Titsworth, 1910. 2 volumes: Frontis, 1635p, illustrations, indexed. 26cm. Recently rebound in black leather retaining elements of the original bindings with new black spine labels and cover labels in gilt; all edges gilt; original ribbon markers. Minor rubbing of corners of covers and edges with short section of fore edge of volume two skinned; otherwise a very attractive set of this scarce county history in near fine condition.
Item #13607
Price: $600.00
The House of the Dead. Translated form the Russian by Constance Garnett. Foreword by Boris Shragin. Wood Engraving by Fritz Eichenberg. Fyodor Dostoevsky.
The House of the Dead. Translated form the Russian by Constance Garnett. Foreword by Boris Shragin. Wood Engraving by Fritz Eichenberg
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1982. Frontis, 360p, illustrations. 27cm. Designed by Michael Bixler. Bound by Robert Burlen and Son in full French dark-gray Toile Athena cotton stamped in copper with cover typography by Antonie Eichenberg. In a limited edition of 2000 copies, this is copy 446/2000 signed by Michael Bixler and Fritz Eichenberg. With an extra engraving by Fritz Eichenberg, signed and numbered, laid in. Slipcase of brown paper board sides and silver titling. Bookplate on front cover pastedown. Slipcase back panel sunned. Otherwise in fine condition. LEC 526.
Item #17584
Price: $300.00
The Household Physician; for the use of Families, Planters, Seamen, and Travellers. Ira Warren.
The Household Physician; for the use of Families, Planters, Seamen, and Travellers.
Boston: Ira Bradley & Company, 1872. Frontispiece, 893p, illustrations, plates, index. 26cm. Bound in sheep with gilt titling on red and black morocco title labels on the spine. Short tear to the joint of the front cover starting at the head of the spine; creased spine; rubbed; frontispiece foxed. In very good condition.
Item #19315
Price: $300.00
Hydriotaphia. Urne-Buriall, or a Discourse of the Sepylchrall Urnes lately found in Norfolk. Sir Thomas Browne. D. of Physick.
Hydriotaphia. Urne-Buriall, or a Discourse of the Sepylchrall Urnes lately found in Norfolk.
Boston: The Riverside Press, 1907. 54p. 25cm. Octavo. In an edition of 385 numbered copies, this is copy 14. Reproduces the text of the first edition printed in 1658. Bound by Don Rash in full gray Harmatan morocco with urn-shaped insets of puckered terra cotta Harmatan morocco over simplified skeletal imagery; the covers and cover edges tooled in blind utilizing tools cut by the binder; the spine titling in palladium leaf; the endbands made of red-orange embroidered silk. Housed in a clamshell box of black cloth sides and terra cotta Harmatan morocco spine with titling in palladium leaf, lined with gray suede. Bound in 2010 with Don Rash's stamp and date on rear pastedown. In fine condition.
Item #17540
Price: $4,500.00
Japhet in Search of a Father. [2 volumes]. Frederick Marryat.
Japhet in Search of a Father. [2 volumes]
Baltimore: Joseph Robinson, 1835, 1836. 19 & 18cm. Volume one in blue cloth back and green paper boards with green paperboards and paper title label on the spine; volume 2 in brown cloth back and green paper boards with paper spine label. Edges rubbed, skinned, slightly soiled, labels chipped but titling still evident; foxing; bookplates. Signature of “John Ridgely, Hampton” on the title pages and pastedowns.
Item #21174
Price: $300.00
The Jerusalem Bible. Illustrations by Salvador Dali.
The Jerusalem Bible. Illustrations by Salvador Dali.
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1970. xi, 1340, 358, (16) pp. Faux red leather bidning with titles in gil; all edges gilt; red ribbon markers; decorated endpapers. With matching red box. Includes color plates by Salvador Dali. A Roman Catholic translation of the Bible which includes the deuterocanonical books, the sixty-six others included in Protestant Bibles, with extensive footnotes and introductions. Maps and family record section follow text. A fine copy in a very good box with minor rubbing to edges.
Item #21221
Price: $300.00
Kunstgewerbliche schmuckformen für die fläche, monatshefte für die verzierende Kunst.
Kunstgewerbliche schmuckformen für die fläche, monatshefte für die verzierende Kunst.
New York: Gotham Book Mart, 192? Volume X. Title page and 30 loose brightly colored pochoir plates mounted individually or in groups on black card, blue label in the corner of each mount with volume and plate number. Complete. 31cm. Housed in a portfolio of green binder's tape back and card. Missing the original portfolio. Former library copy with marks on portfolio only; mounts are chipped as usual; plates are exceptional. Produced in Germany by Christian Stoll and H. Scmittner, published by Christian Stoll. Plates provide samples of wallpaper patterns and exemplify contemporary German design.
Item #17656
Price: $250.00
L' Architecture. volume XLI, nos 1-12, 1928
L' Architecture. volume XLI, nos 1-12, 1928
Vendome: Imprimerie Launay Et Fils, 1928. 416p, illustrations. 32cm. Backed in calf and marbled paper boards. Former library copy with spine label removed. Edges slightly rubbed, spine rubbed. In very good condition.
Item #16609
Price: $250.00
La Décoration et les Industries d'art à l'Exposition Universelle de 1900. Roger Marx.
La Décoration et les Industries d'art à l'Exposition Universelle de 1900.
Paris: Ch. Delagrave, 1901. Engraved frontispiece, vii, 130p, illustrations, 27 plates, index. 33cm. Original art nouveau wrapper with stylized illustrations on the front and back covers, titling on the spine. Frontispiece by Jean Patricot. Over 50 million people attended the Exposition to partake in an event that spanned over two miles in central Paris. Participants experienced the high point of the Art Nouveau movement especially through the works of Tiffany, Lalique, and many other studios. Marx's La Décoration, captures the decorative arts exhibits with full page plates and in text illustrations. Patricot's gravure of Lalique's Devant de Corsage, and Chauvet's La Blanche Vigne, are both well worn at the fore edge with some thinning of paper, stains and tears. There is a small tear in the half title page and a pin sized hole through several last pages with little impact. The frontispiece and all plates are detached. Edges are chipped. Spine creases and short tears at the spine ends. Otherwise the folio is complete and the wrapper exceptional. Uncommon in any condition.
Item #16457
Price: $300.00
Ladies Almanack: Showing their Signs and their Tides; their Moons and their Changes; the Seasons as it is with them; their Eclipses and Equinoxes; as well as a full Record of diurnal and nocturnal Distempers, written & illustrated by a lady of fashion. LITERATURE, Djuna Barnes.
Ladies Almanack: Showing their Signs and their Tides; their Moons and their Changes; the Seasons as it is with them; their Eclipses and Equinoxes; as well as a full Record of diurnal and nocturnal Distempers, written & illustrated by a lady of fashion.
Paris: Printed for the Author [by Maurice Darantière, Dijon] and [sold by Edward W. Titus, 4 rue Delambre, at the Sign of the Black Manikin], 1928. Frontis, 84p, [1], illustrations. 23cm. In a limited first edition of 1050 copies, of which 10 are on Verge de Vidalon colored and signed by the author, 40 on Rives, hand colored, and 1000 on Alfa, this is copy 495 of 1000 copies on Alfa. Wrappers. With the 4 page prospectus using the front cover and March illustrations, excerpts and pricing, laid in. Tthe book is very slightly soiled, the head of the spine is chipped, foot of spine is torn, corners lightly bumped. A partially unopened copy in very good condition. [Messerli: 3].
Item #15911
Price: $400.00
Les Aventures de Huck Finn l'ami de Tom Sawyer [with] Les Aventures de Tom Sayer. Illustrations by Achile Sirouy. Mark Twain.
Les Aventures de Huck Finn l'ami de Tom Sawyer [with] Les Aventures de Tom Sayer. Illustrations by Achile Sirouy.
Paris: A. Hennuyer, (1886. 276p, illustrations. 24 cm. First French editions. Both volumes bound in beveled tan morocco with cover art by A. Souze, titling in red and black on the spines, illustration in color on the bottom covers. all edges gilt. Covers of both volumes have minor foxing, slightly soiled, corners slightly rubbed and bumped, occasional foxing in text. In very good condition.
Item #21504
Price: $4,000.00
Lesbian Herald. Volumes: 12, 14, 15, 16, 17. 1907-1913. Edith Hahn, Grace Maxwell Herman, Charlotte Baker, Florence Bayard Trail, eds Henriette Sayre.
Lesbian Herald. Volumes: 12, 14, 15, 16, 17. 1907-1913.
Frederick, MD: Woman's College, 1907-1913. 5 volumes. 9 issues per volume plus advertisements bound at the end. With the original card covers bound in. Black straight grained morocco with black tips and marbled covers, titling in gilt on the spine. Rare. WorldCat shows incomplete holdings at three institutions. Spines slightly faded, some edge wear and wear to the spine ends. An attractive set in very good condition.
Item #16033
Price: $600.00
A Major Traffic Street Plan for Los Angeles. Frederick Law Olmsted, Charles Henry Cheney, Harland Bartholomew.
A Major Traffic Street Plan for Los Angeles.
Los Angeles: Traffic Commission of the City and County of Los Angeles, May, 1924. Frontis fold out map, 69p, maps, plans, illustrations, index. 31cm. Brown cloth with titling in gilt on the front cover. Corners slightly bumped, wear to spine ends; cloth beginning to split along front joint from head of spine. In very good condition. In 1922 the Commission appointed the Consulting board of Olmsted, Bartholomew and Cheney to produce a practical, comprehensive plan of street development. Its provisions included a traffic loop around the congested core that would sort traffic and divert unnecessary traffic from the city center. Presentation copy to Boyle Workman with his name in gilt on the front cover. Workman (1868-1942) was a Los Angeles politician and businessman who served a President of the Los Angeles City Council, and on occasion as acting Mayor. Typed letter signed from Paul G. Hoffman, President of the Traffic Commission of the City and County of Los Angles, laid in. Uncommon.
Item #17428
Price: $400.00
Noll's new automobile, road, driving and bicycle map of Philadelphia and surrounding country [map] Middle section
Noll's new automobile, road, driving and bicycle map of Philadelphia and surrounding country [map] Middle section
Philadelphia: E. P. Knoll & Co. 1911. Linen backed map in color folded [8 vertical, 5 horizontal] into its original blue cloth, gilt titled case. 81x84cm. Detailed map of the greater metropolitan area with township and county boundaries. Slight, short damp stain along one margin, one edge slightly frayed, short vertical tears at folds. In very good condition. [2 copies found].
Item #19896
Price: $300.00
Nouveau dictionnaire des origines, inventions et decouvertes, dan les arts, les sciences, la geographie, le commerce, l'agriculture, etc. . . Tomes 1 & 2. M. FR. Noel, M. Carpentier.
Nouveau dictionnaire des origines, inventions et decouvertes, dan les arts, les sciences, la geographie, le commerce, l'agriculture, etc. . . Tomes 1 & 2
Paris: Chez Janet et Cotelle, Libraires, 1827. 689p, 2p. publisher's ad; 871p. 21 cm. Printed double column. Bound in contemporary calf with leaf patterned covers framed by decorative gilt rule; gilt decorated spine with black and red morocco title labels in gilt; yellow and red speckled edges; marbled endpapers. Spine ends and edges rubbed slightly rubbed; pp. iii-vi are almost detached; foxing; prior owner's neat signature on the verso of the front free endpapers. Two beautifully bound volumes in very good condition.
Item #21660
Price: $300.00


Next 19