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London: Heinemann, 1898. 88 full page mezzotints with tissue guards by Felix Schmidt and Anders Montan. Tall 4to, light green cloth, extremities rubbed. Ex-library copy with perforation on title page, faint inked numbers on spine and small label on inside rear cover. London: William Heinemann, 1898. A very good(-) copy.
New York: Harper, 1883. Frontis., illustrated. xvii + 461 pages, 12mo, gilt-stamped green cloth; ex-lib.- library paste-down inside front cover and library stamp front free endpaper-, cloth rubbed, lightly worn at spine ends an corners. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1883. First American edition. A very good copy.
Hartford: Pratt & Whitney, 1930. Many illustrations. 118 pages, small slim 4to, tan textured cloth, brown calf spine and front cover label. Hartford: Pratt & Whitney Company, 1930. First edition. Fine. History of Pratt & Whitney machine company with illustrated histories of the company's product lines which included complex machinery, military guns (Civil War and WWI), gun making machinery, machine tools and more.
New York: Empire State, Inc., 1931. Illustrated with numerous b/w photographs, including some by Lewis Hine. 48pp. Slim 4to, original black boards with silver Art Deco cover design, edge of board corners very lightly worn, very neatly re-backed in light brown cloth. New York: Prepared by Publicity Associates for Empire State, Inc., May, 1, 1931. First edition. Very good A fascinating look at the Empire State Building, printed in the year of completion. The photos include some of the original.....
Illustrated with 3 large color plates, 1 of which has moveable flaps that lift to reveal the inner mechanical components of the motorcycle. Tall thin 4to, original wrappers which feature two dramatic & stylized photographic covers by Maurice Beck, printed in black with red text (rubbed and lightly foxed/stained; staples are a bit rusty which has caused some minor paper damage). (London: Shell- Mex, no date, circa 1930). A very good(+) copy.
Illustrated with 6 large color plates, 5 of which have moveable flaps that lift to reveal the inner mechanical components of the automobiles. Tall thin 4to, original wrappers which feature two dramatic & stylized photographic covers by Maurice Beck, printed in black with blue text (rubbed and lightly foxed/stained; staples were rusted which caused some minor paper damage and have been removed, still a very good copy with all flaps present). London: Shell-Mex, (no date, circa 1933).