Torrance: Oakwood, 1993. Illuminations by Vladislav Andrejev, English calligraphy by Sue Talley. 103pp., thin folio, red cloth with gilt lettering and small color illustration inlaid on front cover, a.e.g. Torrance: Oakwood Publications, (1993). A near fine copy.
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London: Sotheran, 1906. 11 plates, mostly folding. 104pp. 8vo, blind & gilt stamped cloth, gilt spine, lightly rubbed. London, Henry Sotheran & Co., 1906. Very good. Bestermann 1-2, 440.
Olten: Urs Graf-Verlag, 1962. Totius Codicis Similitudinem Prelo Expressam. [El Apocalipsis de Gerona; Die Apokalypse von Gerons; The Apocalypse of Gerona; L'Apocalypse de Gerone]. 2 folio volumes, full pictorial leather & leather-backed boards; matching board slipcase. Profusely illustrated throughout in b/w and mounted color plates. Olten & Lausanne: Urs Graf-Verlag, 1962. Sole distribution in the United States by Philip C. Duschness, New York. Leather spines are just a bit worn, otherwise a fine copy of this extremely rare facsimile, number...
Waltham: Brandeis University Press, 1968. Color frontispiece and 158 other plates. 141pp. of text. 4to, white leatherette. Waltham, Brandeis University Press, 1968. Very good (+). Catalogue of an exhibition to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of Brandeis University.
New York: Portland House, 1988. 200 illustrations in color. 300 pages, 4to, pictorial boards (lamination on covers wrinkled due to manufacturer's flaw, dust wrapper. New York: Portland House, 1988. A very good(+) copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1924. xiv + 452pp., 8vo, cloth; rubbed. New York: Columbia University Press, 1924. A very good copy.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1932. Printed in red and black. Small folio, full red morocco elaborately stamped in gilt & blind with numerous borders enclosing four rectangles, also with borders; raised bands with 6 decorated panels on the spine, by the French Binders. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1932. Printed with the Greek type of Robert Proctor, the third book for which the type has been used, the others being The Oresteia, (1904) and The Odyssey, (1909). Two leather bookplates and the...
Hartford: Andrus and Judd, 1835. Illustrated with nearly 500 wood cuts. 16mo, 132 pages, overall browning, handsomely rebound in full brown calf with lined borders on covers and spine. Hartford: Andrus and Judd, 1835. Very good (+).
Boston: Hinkley, 1904. Numerous illustrations with tissue guards and colored frontispieces. 14 volumes, tall 8vo, 3/4 brown calf, raised bands with blind stamped design, marbled boards, top edge gilt. Boston: Hinkley, no date, circa 1904. Limited Edition. A very handsome set. Very good(+). Limited and extra illustrated edition. One of 500 numbered copies designed by D.B. Updike and the Merrymount Press.
Scotland: The Booksellers, 1784. 384 pages. Thick 12mo, full contemporary calf with blind-stamped borders on covers and gilt-ruled un-lettered spine. [Scotland]: Printed for and sold by the Booksellers, 1784. Some toning and light foxing throughout, else a very good solid copy, lacking the front endpaper.
Paris: Antonium Claudium Briasson, 1753. Autore Carolo-Francisco Houbigant, Oratorii Domini Jesu Sacerdote. 8 volumes, bound together in 6. Very thick 8vos, contemporary mottled calf; marbled endpapers, red sprinkled edges (leather is quite worn and cracked and stained but still solidly bound and with some charm; internally very good and reasonably clean with a minimum of foxing, but some light dampstaining in the margins on a handful of pages.). Paris: Antonium Claudium Briasson & Laurentium Durand, 1753. Latin translation of Houbigant's...
London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1867. Text in double columns. 1156pp., 4to, contemporary black calf, elaborately blind tooled, a.e.g. Llundain (London): Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1867. Reprint of the first quarto Welsh Bible issued by the British and Foreign Bible Society in 1841. It is commonly used as a pulpit Bible in Wales. Front flyleaf and following blank page partially loose, front outer hinge cracked and repaired. Scattered light soiling to text. Very light wear to edges of covers. On three preliminary...
New York: Ccar, 1984. Illustrated and designed by Leonard Baskin. Translations edited by Rabbi Albert H. Friedlander. Introductions co-edited by Rabbi Herbert Bronstein and Rabbi Albert H. Friedlander. xiii + 323 pages. Thick folio, blue cloth, d.w. New Yorki: CCAR (Central Conference of American Rabbis), 1984/5744. Small dent in dw spine; neat inscription in English and Hebrew on front free endpaper, still a near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
With 160 plates, 17 mounted and in color. Thick sm. folio, cloth; one signature loose. Bergamo: Ist. Ital. d'Arti Grafiche, (1935).
New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1984. Hebrew texts, English translations, introduction, and new liturgies. Translations edited by Rabbi Albert H. Friedlander... Liturgies edited by Rabbi Herbert Bronstein... Illustrated and designed by Leonard Baskin. Original frontispiece lithograph, signed & dated. 37 watercolor plates. 323pp. Folio, cloth, d.w. New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1984. A fine copy. New Translations of Ecclesiastes, Esther, Song of Songs, Ruth and Lamentations, with explanatory notes. Text in Hebrew and English. One of...
New York: Kress, 1959. 44 color plates. 253 pages. 4to, cloth-backed boards, t.e.g., slipcase (solid but somewhat faded and worn at edges). New York: The Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1959. A near fine copy in very good slipcase.
Edinburgh: D. Hunter Blair, 1819. Each section with individual title page. Unpaginated. Thick 12mo, printed double column with rather small type. Handsomely bound in full contemporary burgundy morocco with ornate gilt-stamped covers and spine. Edinburgh: printed by D. Hunter Blair & J. Bruce, 1819. Contemporary gift inscription on preliminary page, else a rather clean and attractive copy. Pocket size bible.
Rome: Typus Polyglottis Vaticanis, 1926. 2 volumes. Edited by Aidano Gasquet S.R.E. Cardinale. 4to, printed blue wrappers (lightly soiled). Rome: Typus Polyglottis Vaticanis, 1926. Very Good With the small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Berkshire: Golden Cockerel, 1925. 44pp., with woodcut illustrations by Noel Rooke in black, white and red with tissue guards. Thin 8vo, leather-backed blue boards, t.e.g., uncut edges. (Berkshire: Golden Cockerel Press, 1925). Fine. Limited edition of 370 copies.
New York: American Bible Society. Set of 31 slim booklets in a cloth box. A complete Bible with most volumes being single Books but with several in combination. The 12mo booklets (between 50 to 170pp each) are staple-bound in the original flexible maroon cloth. New York: American Bible Society, (no date, circa 1915). A fine set in a good box.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1979. In the King James Version. With 11 watercolor illustrations by Chaim Gross. 121pp. Short folio, white calf-backed brown cloth; publisher's slipcase. N.Y.: The Limited Editions Club, 1979. A fine copy. One of 2000 numbered copies signed by the artist.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001. 379pp. 8vo, two-toned boards, d.w. New York: Simon & Schuster, (2001). First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
New York: Hugh Gaine, 1794. according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: Together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. , 171,  pp. Thick 18mo, contemporary calf, spine and edges of corners worn, corners bumped, endpapers and title page lightly soiled, some pages with very light foxing. New-York: By direction of the General Convention, printed by Hugh Gaine, 1794. In 1789, the Episcopal Church of the United States approved the use...
London: Constable, 1923. Edited by Clement Shorter. 16 volumes, 8vo, 3/4 blue leather, gilt-decorated raised spines, top edges gilt. London and New York: Constable & Gabriel Wells, 1923. Very good. Norwich edition, number 645 of 775 copies.
London: J. & J. Marsh, 1768. 216 pages, 32 mo, (3 x 5 inches). contemporary red calf, elaborately gilt, with raised bands & dentelles; a.e.g. London: J. & J.Marsh, for the Company of Stationers, 1768. Fine. The metrical version of the Psalms, first published in 1696. Despite early objections by some clergymen that the work was "too poetical" it attained almost universal use in England during the 18th century. "Brady's share in the work was sneered at by Swift in...