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New York: G.W Carleton & Co., 1878. Frontispiece and some other illustrations. Tall thick 12mo, original brown cloth (well-worn and with repairs at spine ends; inner hinges and some other pages are crudely re-enforced with tape.) New York: G.W. Carleton & Co., 1878. A reading copy of this uncommon book.
New York: Architectural History Foundation, 1988. Foreword by Frank Gehry. Profusely illustrated in color & in black & white. 388 pages. Oblong 4to, red embossed cloth, d.w. (spine evenly faded, as usual). New York & Cambridge: Architectural History Foundation & MIT Press, (1988). First edition. Small ownership signature on front endpaper, otherwise a fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Portland: Thomas Todd, 1828. in relation to the North-Eastern Boundary of the State. 59pp. + 56 page Appendix. 8vo, 19th century 1/2 black morocco, spine lightly worn, edges of board corners bumped and worn, most pages with light foxing or browning, pencil marks in margins of several pages. Portland: Thomas Todd, 1828. First Edition Signed by Robert P. Dunlap, President of the Maine State Senate in 1828. Pasted on the back endpaper is a 22 page pamphlet from 1837 by.....
Paris: Librairie Renoluard, 1910. 16 heliotype plates with lettered tissue guards. Full black morocco, raised bands, gilt decorated spine & dentelles, (corners rubbed), g.t. Paris: Librairie Renouard, n.d. (ca. 1910). Presentation copy, signed on the half-title, together with a post-card, signed by the author. A bookseller's sticker has been pasted over the imprint.
Paris: Ledoux, 1824. Nouvelle Edition Ornee de 100 Cartes et Vues. 6 volumes. 12mo, handsomely bound in contemporary full mottled calf; gilt-decorated spines with leather labels; marbled edges (bindings lightly rubbed; 1 spine label missing). Paris: Ledoux, 1824. Very good (+). Contains 88 maps which are enhanced with colored outlines, 11 engravings of monuments, plus allegoric frontis.
Leipzig: Vogel, 1895. IN: Deutsch. Archiv fur Klinische Medicin, 1895, vol. 55, pp. 190-210. 8vo, 1/2 cloth, marbled boards. Leipzig: Vogel, 1895. First Edition. Whole volume offered entire. Very good. Doehle clearly defined a specific syphilitic lesion of the aorta as a prerequisite of aortic aneurysm. GM 2985.1.