London: George Virtue, 1836. Illustrated in a Series of Views Taken Expressly for this Work, by W.H. Bartlett. 2 volumes. Extra illustrated engraved title page in each volume. Illustrated with 106 steel engraved plates protected by tissue; large folding map in second volume (light scattered foxing to some pages). 4to, beautifully bound in original full red morocco; ornate gilt decorations on covers and spines, inner dentelles, a.e.g. London: George Virtue, 1836. First edition. A near fine copy of this lovely book.
London: George Virtue, 1836. Illustrated in a series of views taken on the spot and expressly for this work, by W.H. Bartlett. Title page engraving, many engraved plates, 2 volumes. 4to, older 1/2 black morocco with gilt-decorated spines (well-worn but sound and attractive with minimal foxing; folding map and tissue guard in first volume have tears). London: George Virtue, 1836. Very good.
Geneva: Olizane, 1995. Profusely illustrated with large glossy color photographs of the city and its environs, some folding. Large oblong 4to, white cloth, glossy photographic d.w. and matching cloth slipcase. Geneve: Editions Olizane/Rolex, 1995. First EditionPreface is in English and French; the photo captions are also in German, Italian, Spanish, Greek, Arabic, and Japanese. First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper and slipcase.
Montagnola: Bodoni, 1925. 28 pages, untrimmed, light foxing on fly-leaves, tall slim folio, green board, vellum spine (lightly soiled, tiny chip). (Montagnola: Officina Bodoni, 1925). Very Good. Number 82 of only 275 copies. This edition prints the original Latin text of the pact on which the Swiss Confederation is based, as well as translations of the pact into languages recognized in Switzerland: German, French, Italian, Ladin, and Romansh.
New York: Storefer & Kirchner. 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.
Berne. Publie sur l'ordre du chef de l'Etat-major general, le colonel-commandant de corps Sprecher von Bernegg, sous la direction du colonel M. Feldmann et du capitaine H. G. Wirz. Maps, some color or folding, text illus. 2 vols. Thick large 8vo, decoprative white cloth (spotted). Berne, 1915-1935. Very good. Military history of Switzerland from the 14th to the 16th centuries.
London: Adam & Charles Black, 1904. Color frontispiece and numerous color plates painted by A.D. McCormick, lettered tissue guards. 294 pages (some light foxing). Thick 8vo, 3/4 brown morocco over tan cloth, with beautiful multi-color pictorially tooled spine (spine and top edge of binding toned, front hinge neatly repaired, corners bumped), top edge gilt. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1904. A very good copy. Two previous owner's inscriptions on front free endpaper and preliminary blank page.
London: Adam & Charles Black, 1904. Color frontispiece and numerous color plates painted by A.D. McCormick, 294pp., thick 8vo, 3/4 morocco, gilt-decorative spine, raised bands, t.e.g., lettered tissue guards; (some light foxing, corners lightly rubbed). London: Adam and Charles Black, 1904. Very Good.
Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1905. 2 volumes. Illustrated with 10 b/w facsimile plates, some folding, with tissue guards. Thick 8vo, gilt decorated velum-backed red cloth, uncut edges, t.e.g. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1905. Near fine. Limited edition. Number 86 of 100 copies printed on hand-made paper.
Geneva: Societe Suisse d'Affiches, 1902. Illustrations du G. de Beaumont, Dunki, Reuter & Baud. Several color lithographic plates, black & white text illustrations, rubricated initials. 72pp., slim 4to, white pictorial cloth, slightly soiled. Geneve: Societe Suisse d'Affiches Artistiques, 1902. Very good (+). In commemoration of the 300th anniversary of the Genevan victory over the Duke of Savoy.