Paris: Henri Plon, 1865. 445 pages with text in French. 8vo, original green printed wrappers (soiled and edgeworn but mostly intact; spine repaired with most of original paper lacking; some light foxing but otherwise internally clean). Paris: Henri Plon, 1865. First edition. A good copy of this uncommon book. "Recueil de la plus grande richesse en documents de toute sorte dans le domaine de la magie." Caillet 1192.
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New York: Edmund and George W. Blunt, 1847. 689 pp. including preface, index and supplemental tables. Illustrated with 17 maps, 13 of which fold out. Fifteenth edition. Inscription on first free fly page "Kimball Harlow Duxbury, Mass". Minor staining throughout. Wear to original full calf binding. Spine has been expertly repaired. Beautiful early exploration of the eastern coasts of the Americas. Notable sea charts include Boston Harbor, Long Island Sound, the Chesapeake Bay and Pensacola Harbor, and a beautiful view.....
New York: Wm. C. Bryant, 1860. Illustrated with 14 plates (9 color lithographs and 5 black and white wood engravings) and a large fold out map of Central Park (lithograph with hand coloring), and a large fold out of the Profile of the Central Park. 72pp. 8vo, original brown blind-stamped cloth with gilt lettering on front cover. New York: Wm. C. Bryant, 1860. Report describing the progress of Central Park with extensive information including a list of board members, notes.....
New York: Old Westbury Gardens, 1986. With 344 duotone illustrations. 280 pages. 4to, blue cloth, dust wrapper (spine and part of cover evenly sunned; one chip at fore-edge fold). New York: Old Westbury Gardens & Harry Abrams, (1986). First edition. A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. A sweeping portrait of a century of American life in grand style, seen through photographs, letters, and memoirs of the Phipps family of Westbury house, in Long Island.
New York: Storefer & Kirchner, 1874. Illustrated with 24 photographic plates of oil paintings by G. Closs and O. Froelicher, each mounted on heavy hinged stock within decorative borders; other in-text wood engravings by G. Roux. 148pp. Folio, ornate gilt-stamped pictorial cloth with leather spine (quite worn along backstrip, joints splitting, hinges reinforced; some light foxing). all edges gilt. New York: Storefer & Kirchner and Boston" Lea & Shepard, (no date, circa 1874). A good copy.
London: Hurst, Robinson, 1822. xxiv,108pp. (front marbled fly leaf and first 2 blank pages are loose). Interior is nice and clean, 8vo full brown morocco, ornately gilt spine and covers (front hinge dry). Untrimmed. Collective edition of Bowles' "Letters to Byron" (3rd ed., first pub. 1821), his "Letter to Mr. Campbell ." and "Answer to the Writer ." (2nd eds). London: Hurst, Robinson and Co., 1822. Very good (+).
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1898. Decorations By Will Bradley and Adrian Iorio. 32 pages. Tall narrow 8vo, staple-bound wrappers. Printed throughout in red & black. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company & Cambridge: University Press, (1898). First edition. Several small chips and tears at edges and at head of spine, still a very good copy, internally fine. Arranged and Printed for Dodd, Mead & Company by Will Bradley at the University Press, in Cambridge, Mass.