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All the King's Men.
New York: Harcourt Brace, 1946. 464p. 20cm. Later printing. Red cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Corners lightly bumped, slight fading of spine. In very good condition.
Item #13179
Price: $100.00
Almanacco Letterario 1931.
Almanacco Letterario 1931.
Milan: Bompiani, 1930. 363p, illustrations. 20cm. Art deco designed covers by Bruno Angolena. Wear to the edges with sligt foxing at the top edge of the front cover; spine torn at the foot; slightly soiled. In very good condition.
Item #16597
Price: $65.00
The Antiphon. A Play.
London: Faber and Faber, 1858. 127p. 22cm. First edition. Purple cloth: dust jacket. With line 17 on page 127 crossed out and re-written by Barnes to read "Why? Do I carry the ensign of the Medeci," which is as it appears in the Selected Works. Jacket chipped, spine faded. A fine copy in a very good jacket. [Messerli: 7].
Item #15869
Price: $300.00
Bandit's Bride; Or, The Maid of Saxony (Volume 1 of 3)
Hingham [Massachusetts]: C. & E. B. Gill, 1831. 199p. 17cm. Green cloth back and drab paper boards; spine label. Half of drab paper covering the top board is missing, edges rounded, rubbed, few spots on bottom cover, spine ends worn, few tears in the spine cloth, label chipped; occasional foxing; prior owner's neat signature on the title page. A good copy.
Item #20682
Price: $45.00
Bandit's Bride; Or, The Maid of Saxony (Volume 3 of 3)
Hingham [Massachusetts]: C. & E. B. Gill, 1831. 182p. 17cm. Green cloth back and drab paper boards; spine label. Covers are chipped, bottom cover missing the drab paper, edges rounded, rubbed, few spots on bottom cover, spine ends worn, few tears in the spine cloth, label chipped; occasional foxing; prior owner's neat signature on the title page. A good copy.
Item #20683
Price: $45.00
Barnaby Rudge. With illustrations by H. K. Browne. Peterson's Uniform Duodecimo Edition of the Complete Works of Charles Dickens. People's Edition.
Philadelphia: T.B. Robertson, [1870?]. Double frontispieces, 729p, illustrations. 19cm. Bound in publisher's stamped black cloth with an illustration featuring a character relevant to the text in gilt and with titling in gilt on the spine. Wear to the spine ends and corners, short tear in the joint cloth of the front over. In very good condition. [Podeschi: D 26].
Item #17440
Price: $65.00
A Beginning on the Short Story. Outcast Chapbooks Number XVII
Yonkers: Alicat Bookshop Press, 1950. 23p. 21cm. First edition. One in an edition of 750 copies. Stapled card. In fine condition. [Wallace: A33].
Item #15886
Price: $75.00
Bleak House. With illustrations by Phiz and Cruikshank. Peterson's Uniform Duodecimo Edition of the Complete Works of Charles Dickens. People's Edition.
Philadelphia: T.B. Robertson, [1870?]. Double frontispieces, 956p, illustrations. 19cm. Bound in publisher's stamped black cloth with an illustration featuring a character relevant to the text in gilt and with titling in gilt on the spine. Wear to the spine ends and corners, top of spine cloth chipped. In good condition. [Podeschi: D 26].
Item #17455
Price: $35.00
Blind Love. With a preface by Walter Besant. (2 volumes). Copyright edition.
Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1890. 287p; 286p. 16cm. Three quarter brown morocco and marbled boards with titling in gilt on the spine. Spine and edges rubbed. In very good condition.
Item #13205
Price: $75.00
Bottom on Shakespeare.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1963. 2 volumes. Frontis, 460p, indexed; 232p. 25cm. First edition of 1040 copies. Slipcase. Volume one in blue cloth over boards, titling in gilt on the front cover and spine, volume two in red; illustrated endpapers. With drawings by Cyril Satorsky. Slipcase of black cloth over boards, black paper title label in white. A fine set.
Item #449
Price: $150.00
Captains Courageous A Story of the Grand Banks.
New York: The Century Co. 1897. Frontispiece, 323p, illustrations. 20cm. First American edition. Bound in green cloth with the title and author in gilt within a frame of black rules above a row of five net floats with three in red holding a fish net above a gold circle with a silhouette of a fishing schooner; titling in gilt on the spine with shell vignette in black; bottom cover with black frame rules and centered black circle vignette of three fish; top edge gilt. Neat contemporary gift inscription on the front free endpaper, possible light non detracting stain at the very top edge of last third of the book, one corner slightly bumped. A very bright copy in better than very good condition. [Richards: A102].
Item #19771
Price: $300.00
The Cocktail Party.
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1950. 190p, [1]. 22cm. First edition, second printing. Black cloth; dust jacket. jacket spine faded, torn at the foot of the spine; slightly soiled. A near fine copy in a very good jacket.
Item #13209
Price: $50.00
The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson in Six Volumes . Current Opinion Edition
New York: William H. Wise & Co. 1923. A charming set of the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, 17cm at the spine, a 12 volume set in 6 double volumes uniformly bound in green faux leather stamped cloth with a portrait of Emerson in gilt on the front covers. In very good condition.
Item #18485
Price: $150.00
Cooper's Sea Tales. Comprising: The Pilot, The Red Rover, The Waterwitch, The Sea Lions, The Two Admirals
London: George Routledge and Sons, (ca. 1880). Frontispiece, individually paginated, double column page. 22cm. Beveled green cloth with illustration and titling in gilt and silver on the front cover and spine. Bottom edge of front cover and corners slightly rubbed; minor wear to the spine ends. Bright covers and in very good condition.
Item #19769
Price: $150.00
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
Death in the Afternoon.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. Frontispiece, 515p, illustrations. 24cm. Black cloth, titling in gilt. Spine slightly faded, otherwise a near fine copy.
Item #14169
Price: $600.00
Dialogues. Bollingen Series XLV. Volume 4.
New York: Pantheon Books, 1956. 195p. 20cm. First edition. Tan cloth; dust jacket. One corner bumped; price clipped jacket. A near fine copy.
Item #15845
Price: $45.00
Dickens' New Stories; Containing "Hard Times" and "Pictures from Italy." With illustrations by Marcus Stone. Peterson's Uniform Duodecimo Edition of the Complete Works of Charles Dickens. People's Edition.
Philadelphia: T.B. Robertson, [1870?]. Frontispiece, engraved title page, 500p, illustrations. 19cm. Bound in publisher's stamped black cloth with an illustration featuring a character relevant to the text in gilt and with titling in gilt on the spine. Wear to the spine ends and corners, spine rubbed. In very good condition. [Podeschi: D 26].
Item #17453
Price: $65.00
Doctor Grimshawe's Secret. Edited with preface and notes by Julian Hawthorne.
Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1883. xiii, 368p. 20cm. Bound in gray cloth with gilt titling and illustration on the front cover and spine. Slightly cocked, corners bumped, minor wear to the spine ends, slightly rubbed; end papers foxed. Bright cover and in very good condition. [BAL: 7642].
Item #19768
Price: $150.00
Dombey and Son. With illustrations by H. K. Browne. Peterson's Uniform Duodecimo Edition of the Complete Works of Charles Dickens. People's Edition.
Philadelphia: T.B. Robertson, [1870?]. Double frontispieces, 996p, illustrations. 19cm. Bound in publisher's stamped black cloth with an illustration featuring a character relevant to the text in gilt and with titling in gilt on the spine. Wear to the spine ends and corners. In very good condition. [Podeschi: D 26].
Item #17441
Price: $65.00
The Eighteen Nineties: A Period Anthology in Prose and Verse
London: The Richards Press, 1948. Frontis, 616p. First edition. Blue cloth; dust jacket. Corners bumped, spine faded; jacket chipped, torn. A very good copy in a fair jacket.
Item #17068
Price: $30.00
Essays on His Own Times: Forming a Second Series of The Friend. Edited by his Daughter. (3 volumes)
London: William Pickering, 1850. xciii, 292p, [1]; pp. 293-676; pp. 677-1034. 18cm. Publisher's cloth with paper title labels. Edges faded, spines darkened, wear to spine ends; short tears a long joints; corners bumped. In better than good condition.
Item #17201
Price: $250.00
The European Caravan: An Anthology of the New Spirit in European Literature. Part One: France, Spain, England and Ireland
New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1931. 577p. 22cm. First edition. Black cloth; dust jacket. Jacket in two pieces; tape ghost on covers where jacket was taped; tape stain on bottom free endpaper and front free endpaper; front hinge starting; prior owner's neat signature on the front free endpaper. A very good copy in a fair jacket.
Item #17093
Price: $300.00
Ezra Pound At Seventy.
Norfolk, CT: New Directions Books, [1956]. [16p]. 12cm. Stapled self wrappers. In fine condition.
Item #15835
Price: $15.00
The Fall of a Sparrow.
New York: Scribner, 1998. 460p. First edition. Paper boards;dust jacket. Minor spotting/stain on fore edge. An unread copy still in fine condition.
Item #5212
Price: $6.50
The Floating Opera
New York: Appleton Century Crofts, Inc. 1956. 280p. 21cm. First edition, first printing. Brown cloth; dust jacket. Small bump to the top edge of the front cover; jacket tape repaired on the verso with evident short tears, slightly soiled. A near fine copy in a good jacket.
Item #14158
Price: $375.00
For Whom the Bell Tolls
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1940. 471p. 22 cm. First edition, first issue dust jacket. Gray cloth covers with titling in black, red title boxes on spine; dust jacket. Front cover has a few small spots, spine slightly rubbed, two corners slightly bumped; price clipped jacket, chipped, edge creases, superficial scratches on front panel; endpapers toned at gutter; bookseller's ticket on front free endpaper; slight tobacco odor. A very good copy in a good jacket.
Item #21234
Price: $500.00
The Frontiers of Criticism. A lecture by T.S. Eliot delivered at the University of Minnesota Williams Arena on April 30, 1956.
University of Minnesota, 1956. 20p. 21cm. First edition. Stapled card. A fine copy.
Item #15879
Price: $30.00
Giles Goat-boy or, the Revised New Syllabus.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1966. 710p. 24cm. In a signed, limited first edition, this is copy 47/250 copies. Tan cloth with titling in gilt; slipcase. A fine copy in a near fine slipcase.
Item #14160
Price: $375.00
The Holly-Tree Inn; and other Stories. Peterson's Uniform Duodecimo Edition of the Complete Works of Charles Dickens. People's Edition.
Philadelphia: T.B. Robertson, [1870?]. 532p. 19cm. Bound in publisher's stamped black cloth with an illustration featuring a character relevant to the text in gilt and with titling in gilt on the spine. Wear to the spine ends and corners. In very good condition. [Podeschi: D 26].
Item #17452
Price: $65.00


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