London: R Nutt, 1739. Original edition. Full Leather, gold stamped front and back. 12mo., pp. 60, original, period red leather cover with gold embossing and remnants of a lock; unusual hand block printed endpapers. Contains gardening hints for the year, eclipses, beer measures, holidays, notable days in history, wage and...
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London: Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd., 1956. Reprint. Original Wraps. 12mo, pp. 110. Notes on Grammar, Bibliography, Vocabulary list. Poem, "On Seeing the Body of a Man..." laid in.
New York: Doubleday & Company, 1975. First edition. Cloth over Boards, Dust Jacket. Small quarto, pp 600. Considered an authoritave biography of Carson McCullers.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1998. Original Wraps. Quarto. pp 68. Well illustrated and researched. with numerous indices and registers. The definitive treatment on the subject, indispensable for anyone collecting in this area An imprerssive checklist.
Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1977. First edition. Green Buckram with Gilt Lettering on Spine. Folio, pp. 740. A very good copy of this supplemental index, with mild library markings.
New York: McLoughlin Bros. Publishers, n.d. (ca. mid-19th c.). Original edition. Staplebound Wraps. Octavo, 4 large chromolithographs with accompanying verses. Green, red, and gilt cover.
New York: McLoughlin Bros. Publishers, n.d. (ca. 1850). Original edition. Sewn Binding. 12mo, pp. 8, colored illustrations and accompanying verses. A delightful collection of 8 colored illustrations and poems for children, from McLoughlin's Willie Winkie's Series of children's books.
London: Macmillan, 1882. First edition. Light Blue Decorated Boards. Small Quarto, pp. 48. Color illustrations. Ink inscription on FFEP. A charming illustrated children's book about the goings-on at a Suffolk harvest festival. Beautifully illustrated by George Cruikshank, nephew of the famous English caricaturist of the same name. With a whimsical...
Springfield, MA: McLoughlin Brothers, Inc., n.d. (ca. 1924). Original edition. Decorated Boards. Octavo, pp. 142. Illustrated with b/w drawings, 6 chromolithographic plates. Some illustrations are "extra-colored", no doubt by a young reader. A quite nice copy of this edition of Grimm's fairy tales, rewritten in one-syllable words for easy reading...
Moscow: Central Board, Ministry of Finance, Moscow, 1973. First edition. Color Pictorial Wraps. Quarto, pp 12. Color illustrations on every page. Written in Russian and English, this book has gorgeous illustrations.
Budapest: Mora Ferenc Youth Publishing House, 1972. First edition. Hardback w/illustrated covers. Octavo, pp 59. Color and b/w drawings throughout. This volume of the Hungarian Television broadcast in 1969, "Draw us" is based on show. Most of the children's drawings were published under the programs, and a number of drawings...
New York: Dial, 1985. Later edition. Hardback w/illustrated DJ. Small quarto, pp 25. Illustrated end papers. Full color illustrations on each page. Lovely story about the eco-system of a tree stump and all the creatures that live in or near it, including human beings.
New York: Frederick Stokes, 1908. First edition. Pictorial Cloth over Boards. Oblong Quarto, pp. 18, richly illustrated w/ color drawings, cut-out and paste book with cutouts expertly done. Scarce and better than average copy, with lovely early drawings of railroads.
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Michael di Capua Books, 1988. First edition. Cloth Binding with Color Illustrated DJ, slightly torn. Octavo pp 30 Color illustrations. A Grimm's fairy tale discovered in 1983, about a little girl, sent into the woods by her mother in order to be saved from...
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982. Third edition. Cloth over Boards. Octavo, pp. 428. Indexed. 8 b/w plates and frontispiece.
London: William Pickering, 1834. First edition. Rebound in Library Buckram. Octavo, pp. 2002 (continuous pagination across vols.).
Paris: Gallimard, 1959. First edition. Stiff Wraps. Octavo, pp. 125. Text in French. Nice copy of this edition.
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1969. First edition. Boards. Octavo, pp. 57. A scholarly bibliography listing the major works by French and Belgian surrealists. A compnion volume to Gershman's "Surrealist Revolution in France"
Munich: Schmidt, 1950. First edition thus. publisher's cloth. Octavo, pp. 370. With very tattered dustjacket. With boldly signed inscription to an old friend. In German.
Stuttgart: J. Engelhorns Nachf, 1932. First edition. Cloth over Boards. 12 Mo (4 1/2 x 7 1/2), pp. 224. uncommon title by this behind-the-scenes collaborator of the Malik Verlag and other leftist endeavors of the Weimar era.
London: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1975. First edition. Original Light Blue Cloth. octavo. pp 392. indexed. some b/w photographs and illustrations. scarce. very good copy in good condition.
Milan: Marzorati - Editore, 1963. First edition. Boards. Octavo, vol. 1 pp. 867; vol. 2 pp. 1701. Indexed.
Buenos Aires: Walter Owen, 1945. Original, limited edition. Decorated Wraps. Quarto, pp. 51. Text in English with Spanish on facing page. Portrait of the author and reproduction of original title page. Limited edition of 1,250 copies. A delightful translation of this epic poem, in a lovely limited edition.
New York: Burt Franklin, 1967/1570. Reprint. Boards. Folio, pp. 83 + pp. 47.
New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1975. Later edition. Pictorial Wraps. Small octavo, pp127/.