Boston: Loring, 1868. 8vo, original embossed green cloth, spine title in gilt. Boston: Loring, (1868). First Edition.; First state with "Fame and Fortune" announced for December, and Dick standing alone on the engraved half-title. Good copy of a book frequently found in deplorable condition. The book is cocked; minor blistering and staining on covers; repair to inner front hinge; pencillled bibliographic notes on endpaper, but altogether attractive.
New York: An Aperture Book, 1974. Preface by Ansel Adams. Profusely illustrated with black-and-white photography. 220 pages, oblong 8vo, black cloth with copper stamping, dust wrapper. First edition. Fine in a fine dust wrapper. Signed by the author on the half-title-page. Published simultaneously in Canada by Gage Trade Publishing.
Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1833. 2 volumes, original leather backed marbled boards (spines quite worn; hinges cracked; first volume heavily foxed). Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1833. First American Edition. Rare. Good condition. The author's first book, first published in America after her later books had become known. Preserved in a green cloth clamshell case with a leather label.
New York: Appleton, 1923. 211 pages, handsomely rebound in full blue morocco, gilt decorations (slight spotting on fore-edge). New York: Appleton: 1923. First American Edition. Near fine. Jane Austen's unfinished novel, completed by L. Oulton. The first chapter were written by Jane and the rest by Oulton.
New York: Harcourt, 1975. Collected by Peter Beard; afterword by Jacqueline Bouvier Onassis. With 168 drawings, 160 photographs and 15 pages in color. Short 4to, black pictorial cloth, d.w. (a bit shelfworn and with a large circular chip missing from rear panel; faint foxing on top edge). New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1975). First edition. A very good copy.
Athenaion, 1927. 13 mounted plates, 10 color. 274 pages, 4to, gilt pictorial blue cloth. Wildpark-Potsdam, 1927. First Edition. Near Fine. History of Early and High Renaissance painting in Northern Italy. In Handbuch der Kunstwissenschaft, "one of the most scholarly series ...written by recognized authorities and containing bibliographies". Chamberlin 444. Lucas, p. 82.
Cleveland: Burows Brotheres, 1895. Text throughout printed in black & red, some pages within highly decorative borders. , 131 pages, 8vo, linen- backed blue holland boards, pictorially stamped in black & red. Cleveland: Burrows Brothers, 1895. First edition. Bradley's masterpiece of American Art Nouveau book design. Number 8 of 40 copies on Japan Paper. Enclosed are 3 portraits of Blackmore & Bradley, on Japan Paper and each numbered 8. Bookplate.
London: John Murray, 1841. 14 volumes. Frontispiece portraits. 12mo, handsomely bound by Zaehnsdorf in 3/4 dark blue morocco; gilt-tooled spines with red floral designs and raised bands (several volumes are very lightly shelf-worn). London: John Murray, 1841-1874. First editions, near fine. The collection comprises: The Zincali (2 volumes, 1841), The Bible in Spain (3 volumes, 1843), Lavengro (3 volumes, 1851), The Romany Rye (2 volumes, 1857). Wild Wales (3 volumes, 1862), and Romano Lavo-Lil (1874).
Houston: University of Houston, 1985. Illustrated sparsely in black & white. Slim and tall 12mo, stiff pictorial wrappers with staple binding. Houston: University of Houston / M.D. Anderson Library, 1985. First edition. A near fine copy. Catalog for an exhibition held at the M.D. Anderson Library at the University of Houston - University Park, from March 20 - May 21, 1985.