Portland: Thomas B. Moser, 1906. Thin 12mo, original gray boards, newly re-backed in green cloth with paper spine label preserved (boards lightly worn at corners and with a sun-darkened strip at top edge of front cover). Portland: Mosher, 1906. Limited Edition, one of 950 copies on Van Gelder paper. Overall a very good(-) copy, internally clean.
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J. Disturnell, 1833. Small 8vo., (4 7/8 x 3 3/8). Fine folding engraved map "of the City of New-York" by David H. Burr expressly for this guidebook, engraved by S. Stiles & Co. Original black leather stamped in gilt, spine repaired and map toned. Contains the important folding map of New York, which includes lower Manhattan (up to West 34th Street), Brooklyn Heights and Williamsburg.
Philadelphia: G.W. Bromley, 1925. Map. Lithograph with original hand coloring. Measures 11 1/4" x 16 1/8" This ward map of Manhattan shows on the recto the area between 71st St. to 77th St., from Amsterdam Ave. to Central Park West. On the verso, it depicts from 77th St. and 83rd St., from Amsterdam Ave. to Riverside Drive. This map, showing a part of the area that makes up the Central Park West Historic District, includes several prominent buildings designated as.....
Tartu: 1939. Detailed map of the war of Estonian independence. Shows approximately from what is currently Liepaja, up to Talinn, and showing Helsinki on the bottom tip of Finland, and west to Petrograd (now St. Petersburg). Key denotes scale, capitals, city size, different types of roads, borders, train lines, and physical features, such as elevation and waterways.
New York: Reynal, 1965. 32 color plates and 1020 gravure illustrations. 600 pages. Thick folio, natural cloth, worn d.w. New York: Reynal and Company, (1965). Near fine in heavily chipped dust wrapper. The most comprehensive work on Michelangelo, with text by de Tolnay, Angelis d'Ossat, Baldini, et al. Owner's inscription on fly-leaf.
Philadelphia: G.W. Bromley, 1925. Map. Lithograph with original hand coloring. Measures 11 1/4" x 16 1/8" This ward map of Manhattan shows on the recto the area between 65th St. to 71st St., from Amsterdam Ave. to Central Park West. On the verso, it depicts from 71st St. to 77th St., from Amsterdam Ave. to Riverside Drive. Some noteworthy sites are visible on this map, including Lincoln Square, several prominent hotels and places of worship, two armories, and the Durlands.....
Warsw: Zakl. Graf. B Wierzbicki i S-ka, 1927. Map. Lithograph. 31 1/2" x 35 1/4". Vibrant pictorial map of Warsaw from the late 1920's. Centered on the Vistula River, it shows the Kierbedzia and the Poniatowskiego bridges. Important buildings are shown in three dimensions as icons and labeled with numbers, corresponding to labels and descriptions in the pamphlet. Additionally, parks, roads, tram lines, and train lines are noted with varying red lines. A stunning rendering. Included with a 39 pp.....
Milan: Electa, 1981. Text in Italian. Illustrated in black and white. 253 pages. 8vo, black boards, dust wrapper; wrapper slightly soiled and edge-worn. Milan: Electa, (1981). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good(+) wrapper. Inscribed by both Casanova and Tebaldi on flyleaf: "A [...]con affetto Carla e Renata Tebaldi 1982"
Garden City: Doubleday, 1945. Jacket portrait by Cecil Beaton. 238 pages. 8vo, grey cloth, dust wrapper; bottom edge of boards lightly bumped, wrapper chipped and torn at edges, repaired with tape in two places, in protective plastic sleeve. Garden City: Doubleday, 1945. First edition. A very good+ copy in a very good(-) wrapper. Signed by Lawrence on half-title.