New York: Matthew Dripps, 1868. Atlas of 19 maps. Numbered 1 through 20 with no plate 2 as in the British Library edition 004899427. All maps hand colored except plate 3. Folio, 3/4 leather with brown cloth boards and guilt lettered label. Ink inscription and date on first fly leaf. Repairs to title page. Publishers label pasted on title page. Scuffs and stains to cover with re-backed spine. New York: J. F. Harrison, 1868. Second Edition. Very good (+). Scarce.....
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Boston: George Eldridge, 1901. Sea Chart Atlas. 17'' x 21'' Scarce edition of Book No. 1 of Eldrige's Habor Chart book. The index lists 26 charts including New York from Governor's Island to Throgs Neck, Little Neck Bay Manhasset and Hempstead Harbors and maps the rest of the Long Island sound in its entirety finishing with a map of Newport, RI. Repairs to lower spine, corners bumped. The index page is foxed but all the maps are clean and bright.....
New York: Oxford University Press, 1993. Many black-and-white illustrations. xvii + 552 pages, 4to, black cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper lightly worn. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993. Neat inscription on front free endpaper with small drawing, still a very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. Signed by both authors on the half title page.
New York: Fifth Avenue Bank of New York, 1915. Many black & white photographic illustrations. 78 pages. Slim 8vo, black cloth-backed blue boards (rubbed at the corners). The interior is fine. New York: Fifth Avenue Bank of New York, 1915. First Edition. Very good(+). Previous owner's name on back of frontispiece.
New York: Ogilvie, 1903. Illustrated. 124 pages. Slim 8vo, pictorial wraps; fragile and browned, with chipped extremities. Mickey Finn was used as a pseudonym by Ernest Jarrold (1848-1916) who wrote a series of adventure tales starring Mickey Finn but would also write pseudonymously under that name. New York: J. S. Ogilvie Publishing Co., 1903. Scarce. Good.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1970. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. New York: Simon & Schuster, (1970). First Edition. First issue dust wrapper, with the $7.95 price, number 20497 on back panel, & photo on front flap captioned "Fifth Avenue. The wrapper has very light shelf-wear and flattened creases on the flaps.
New York: Shepard Kollock, 1876. Includes map tipped-in at first end paper: The City of New York published by J. Disturnell, engraving, 13.5 x 12.5 inches, 1876; tear near at center-left margin extends to image, otherwise in very good condition. 98 pages. Slim 8vo, original black cloth covered boards, cloth worn at head and tail of spine as well as at corners of boards, binding fragile at first signature but intact. In very good (+) condition. New York: Shepard Kollock.....
New York: Witter and Kinter, 1909. Frontispiece and illustrations with photographs, maps and facsimile documents. 161 pages, deckled edges, tall 8vo, gilt-lettered brown cloth. New York: Witter and Kintner 1909. First Edition. Near Fine. The history of an old Dutch stone, house located at Gowanus [Park Slope], Brooklyn, New York.
New York: American Art Association, 1917. 562 lots. Numerous illustrations, some in color. Tall 8vo, original flexible boards with publisher's wrap around illustrated wrappers (spine and all edges are neatly, but somewhat crudely, reinforced with archival rice paper). New York: American Art Association, 1917. A very good(-) copy of this scarce auction catalogue; internally clean and tight.
Brooklyn: Spooner, 1824. Small slim 8vo, 116 pages + 1 page advertisement. i page with small tear in margin. Rebound in full brown morocco, top edge gilt, elaborate gilt spine, inner dentelles, front inner hinge reinforced, board slipcase. Brooklyn: A. Spooner, 1824. First Edition. Scarce. A beautiful clean copy. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Gabriel Furman (1800-1854) was an American lawyer, historian and politician from New York. He was a member of the New York State Senate.....
Daylight Books, 2013. A book of photographs made by 20 acclaimed photographers capturing the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in New York and New Jersey, with testimonials from Sandy Storyline. Unpaginated square 8vo, pictorial boards. No place, Daylight Books, (2013). First edition. Fine. A large sticker on half-title page includes the signatures of all twenty photographers.
New York: Scribner, 1988. 325 pages, 8vo, orange cloth backed orange boards. New York: Sribner's Sons, 1988. Blurb from d.w. pasted on endpaper, else a near fine copy. "The Armory Show and the Pageant, Martin Green shows so brilliantly, were the last manifestations of a pre World War I radicalism -- in art and in the ranks of the proletariat, of the old Interanational Workers of the World.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1973-1985. 13 Volumes, from 1972 - 1985. Illustrated by Al Hirschfeld. Thick 8vo, cloth-backed boards, edge-worn d.w. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., (1973-1985). A very good set in very good(-) dust wrappers. These 13 volumes include reviews, photographs, and drawings from all the best Broadway and Off-Broadway productions for the years 1972 - 1985.
New York: Putnam, 1901. Two volumes. Illustrated in black and white. 256 and 269 pages. 4tos, original green gilt-stamped leather (edges of covers toned to brown and lightly soiled with some light scuffing to edges), neatly re-cased with new green leather spines. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, (1901). First edition. A very good(+) copy.
New York: Privately Printed, 1905. Illustrated with 65 engraved plates by S. Hollyer, each plate hand-signed in pencil. Oblong 4to, bound by H. Blackwell in contemporary full red morocco with inner dentelles. New York: Privately Printed, 1905. First Edition. A near fine copy. Views of residences, churches, taverns, parks, views and public buildings as they appeared in the 18th & 19 centuries. First of 3 volumes of an extremely rare set of historical views of old New York City. Samuel.....