New York: Carleton, Publisher, 1866. 332p, ads. 19cm. Stamped green cloth. Bottom free endpaper creased; minor wear to the spine ends. In very good condition.
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Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, 1779. 256p. 20cm. [Sabin 13025]. First edition. Original sheep; raised bands. Leather is dry especially at the joints; spine ends worn; last page torn; foxing; mild stain at the tail of the spine; prior owner's (1796 and 1807) signatures on the front free endpaper and title page. A good copy only in a solid binding.
Philadelphia, T.E. Zell, 1875. 64p. 17cm. [missing the map]. Wrappers. Covers almost detached. Penciled numbers on front cover and first page; prior owner's neat signature on front cover. In good condition.
Baltimore: Armstrong & Berry, 1838. 126p. 15cm. Brown cloth; paper spine label. Somewhat soiled; endpapers insected; remnants of label; modern gift inscription. In good condition.
Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1916. , 196p, illustrations. 18cm. First edition. Brown cloth in gilt and brown. Signed by Effie Graham. Slightly rubbed; minor wear to the spine ends. In very good condition.
Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Historical Society, 1852. 49p. 23cm. Wrappers. Center vertical fold; front cover detached and chipped. In good condition.
Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Historical Society, 1852. 49p. 23cm. Wrappers. Front cover detached and chipped. In good condition.
Woodstock, Howard Co., MD: Supplied at the Office of The Messenger, 1874. 86p, [publisher's ad]. 16cm. Red cloth with titling in gilt on the spine. Gifted from the Celia M. Holland to Howard County Historical Society with bookplate on front cover pastedown. Staining to covers, spine darkened, corners bumped, prior owners faint signature on tittle page, missing the endpapers. In good condition.
Boston: Perkins, Marvin, & Co, 1834. 36p. 15m. Wrappers. Corners chipped; damp stain; missing the bottom wrapper. A good copy.
Nashville: George H. Scott, 1916. Frontis, 400p, illustrations. 20cm. Green cloth with gilt titling; all edges marbled green. Prior owner's neat signature on the front free endpaper; one corner slightly bumped. A near fine copy.
Baltimore: George Lycett, 1885. 307p, , [1p ad]. 19cm. Green cloth; titling in gilt on the spine. Tear at the head of the spine; spine titling faded; still, an unopened copy in near fine condition.
Devon, PA: Wm. T. Cooke Publishing, 1982. vii, 323p, illus. 23cm. Bound in green cloth over boards titling in golt on the cove and spine; endpapers show bird's eye views of Wilmington and Savannah. Signed by Reverend Peterman on the title page. In near fine condition.
Baltimore: Gedruckt und herausgegeben von Schäffer und Maund, 1817. xii, , 370p. 18cm. Second edition. Leather covers with red spine label. Portion of spine missing, corners rounded, leather is dry, staining to the first several pages, one signature almost pulled. A fair copy of an uncommon early Baltimore Lutheran hymnal.
Hãgerstaun, Maryland: Johann Gruber, 1807. 2 volumes in one: 102p; 94p, . First American edition. Calf back and marbled paperboards. Beautiful, bright, yellow, blue, and red fraktur bookplate dated 1813 on the front free endpaper. A very well preserved copy showing minor wear and in very good condition. [Shaw and Shoemaker:12850; Reichman, German Printing in Maryland, 100; Seidesticker, p. 169; Arndt: 1543].
Baltimore: George Lycett, 1879. 31p. 21cm. Wrappers. An ex library copy with markings still about very good.
Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Education, 1840. 324p. 15cm. Black leather back and blue cloth covers; titling and gilt rules on spine. Corners bumped; spine ends worn; spine rubbed. In good condition.
Baltimore: Joseph Robinson, 1851. 340p; 371p. 19cm. Bound brown cloth, paper title labels on spines. Slightly soiled, rubbed, spine ends worn; spine labels chipped away; prior owner's bold initials on the front cover paste down; foxing, especially of endpapers; insect damage to to bottom free endpaper and pastedown. In good condition.
New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1938. Frontispiece, 95p. 19 cm. First edition. Dark red cloth; dust jacket. Signed by Wilbur Nelson on the front free endpaper. Covers are slightly discolored around the edges; chips in jacket, damp stain on the spine with no impact. In better than good condition.
By the author, 1967. 99p, illustrations. 26cm. Green cloth; Former library copy with discard stamps; still in very good condition.
[Taneytown, MD: The Carroll Record Print], 1938. 320p, illustrations, list of ministers, indexed. 23cm. Blue cloth; titling in gilt. Slight foxing of endpapers; pages slightly toned; titling on front cover chipped. In very good condition.
[Taneytown, MD: The Carroll Record Print], 1938. 320p, illustrations, list of ministers, indexed. 23cm. Blue cloth; titling in gilt. An ex library copy with labels in very good condition.
Nashville, Tennessee: E. Stevenson & F. A Owen, 1855. Frontis, 572p. January through December, 1855, with a portrait frontispiece in each issue, except the June issue has a bird's eye view of Charleston, South Carolina, and the July issue a European landscape. 25cm. Publisher's stamped brown cloth with tilting in gilt on the spine. Bookplate on front cover pastedown. Damp staining throughout; spine ends worn, tears in joint cloth, stain on bottom cover, bottom board slightly warped. In good condition only. A scarce publication of the Southern Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, it ceased publication in 1861.
London: Thomas Nelson, 1877. Frontispiece, 1217p, illustrations, map, index. 19cm. Elaborate school prize binding of red calf; gilt and blind fillets; raised bands; gilt panels; morocco spine label in gilt; gilt fillet edges; marbled edges; marbled endpapers. Bookseller catalog description on the front free endpaper; gift inscription on the fly leaf; prior owner's address label on the front cover pastedown; head of spine worn, edges rubbed; map repaired with tape. Still an attractive copy in very good condition.
New York: Hermes Publishing Company, Inc., 1937. vii, 113p. 23 cm. First edition. Paper board binding with tan spine blue covers, titling in black on the front cover and spine. Inscribed and signed by Wentworth Byron Winslow on the front free endpaper. Head of spine chipped, one corner chipped, slightly soiled. In very good condition. Winslow was a practitioner of Christian Science from 1906 to 1938 and the author of four books, of which, Let God Do It is the first.
New York: Fr. Pustet & Co., 1873. Frontispiece, 444p. 20 cm. Bound in green cloth with titling in gilt on the front cover and spine. Front cover hinge almost cracked, held by cords, bottom hinge starting, small stain on the bottom cover pastedown and free endbpaper, corners slightly bumped, some wear to the spine ends, slightly cocked; former historical society copy with bookplate on the front cover pastedown, prior owner's signature on front flyleaf, former Sulpician Seminary copy with ink stamp on verso of the frontispiece, and on the title page. A better than good copy with a bright front cover and spine.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1903. 135p. 19cm. First American edition. Blue cloth with gilt titling. From a school library with pocket on the bottom board pastedown only; otherwise, minor wear and in near fine condition.
London: Jackson and Walford, 1836. 2 volumes. [iii], 361p, 400p, [12p, ads]. 18cm. Second edition. In original purple floriated cloth; paper spine labels. Corner bumped; edges faded; spine ends slightly frayed; labels chipped; evidence of secondary labels; bookplate on front cover pastedowns; prior owner's neat signature on the front free endpapers and title pages; still in very good condition.
Washington DC: Press of W. F. Roberts Company, ca. 1920. 67p. 23 cm. Stapled red card. Cover edges and spine faded, paper toned, possible minor damp stain in the bottom corner of the tittle page and receding in the next few pages, also in the last page same location . Still, in very good condition. James A. Edgerton, 1869-1938, was a poet, philosopher, and political activist, as well as president of the International New Thought Alliance. Uncommon. One copy found in a university library.
Washington DC: Press of W. F. Roberts Company, ca. 1920. 67p. 23 cm. Stapled red card. Cover edges and spine faded, paper toned, front cover top fore edge corner chipped, two small stains in the spine and top fore edge. In better than good condition. James A. Edgerton, 1869-1938, was a poet, philosopher, and political activist, as well as president of the International New Thought Alliance. Uncommon. One copy found in a university library.
Madrid: Real Compañia, 1800. Volume 1: , 345p, index; volume 2: xx, 583p, index; volume 3: , 626p, index; volume 4: xviii, 576p, index; volume 5: xvi, 760p, index; volume 6: xii, 729p, index. 32 cm. Later bindings of quarter calf backs and snake skin with raised bands and titling in black on the spine; red top edges; floral patterned blue endpapers speckled with gilt. Few short abrasions in the quarter leather edges of two volumes; few raised bands rubbed; foxing; otherwise, a beautifully bound near fine set.