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Paris: Chez Gueffier, 1791. ii, 96pp. 8vo, modern boards, leather label, spine ends and edges of boards rubbed, edges of corners worn and bumped, scattered light foxing. Paris: Chez Gueffier, 1791. Second Paris edition, revised and corrected, of Thomas Paine's Common Sense and translated by Antoine Griffet de Labaume. The first Paris edition was also printed in 1791. The first edition in French was printed in Rotterdam in 1776. Gimbel CS-65. Howes P-17.
New York: Vincent Parke, 1908. 10 volumes. Edited and annotated by Daniel Edwin Wheeler. Frontispiece each volume, tipped in goupilgravure of Paine from an engraving William Sharp in volume I. 8vo, grey cloth with paper spine labels, t.e.g. New York: Vincent Parke and Company, (1908). The Independence Edition of the Centenary Issue. A near fine set. Number 3 of 500 copies signed by the editor and annotator, Daniel Edwin Wheeler.
New York: Kurt Volk, 1950. Thin folio, tan cloth, in publisher's two-part box with title label, small area of light soiling to front flyleaf, box is worn and lightly soiled. New York: Kurt Vol, 1950. Excerpts from The Rights of Man, The Ten Commandments, The Sermon on the Mount, The Magna Carta, Emancipation Proclamation, and other texts, with full page facsimiles.
New York: Vincent Parke, 1908. Containing a Biography by Thomas Clio Rickman. Edited and Annotated by Daniel Edwin Wheeler. Mounted frontispiece portrait surround by ornate floral border, and other fine photogravure plates throughout. 10 volumes. Large 8vos, contemporary 3/4 brown morocco, decorative gilt-tooled spines with raised bands, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. New York: Vincent Parke, (1908). Limited edition. Deluxe Continental Edition of the Centenary Issue, one of 200 numbered copies, signed by the editor Daniel Edwin Wheeler. There is...
Lunenberg: Limited Editions Club, 1961. With an introd. by Howard Fast and illustrations by Lynd Ward. 256pp. Large 4to, red buckram and marbled boards, board slipcase. Lunenburg, Vt.: The Limited Editions Club, 1961. Fine. One of 1500 numbered copies, signed by Lynd Ward, and printed at the Stinehour Press.