London: Kegan Paul, 1883. Rubricated title, 282 pages, unopened. Bound by Zahnsdorf in full crimson crushed morocco, delightful design stamped in gold on covers, spine and inner dentelles, top edge gilt. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, 1883. First Edition. Near Fine. Number 14 of only 50 copies signed by Charles Whittingham of the Chiswick Press.
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London: Francklin, 1744. Engraved frontispiece vignette, and sixteen plates depicting scenes from each fable. 173 pp., rubricated title, small 8vo, full brown calf, red spine label, ornately gilt spine (front hinge neatly repaired, rubbed). R. London: Francklin, 1744. First Edition. Very good. Fables and myths retold for the female audience, with beautiful engravings, by British dramatist and writer Edward Moore.
New York: A. S. Barnes, 1896. Three volumes. Extensively illustrated, including many full-page plates. Large 8vo, decorative red cloth, t.e.g.; ex-lib. with bookplates inside front covers, pockets in rear, embossed stamp on title pages, covers rubbed but sound. New York: A. S. Barnes, 1896. A very good set. "With the aid of the colonial documents published by the State of New York, (Lamb) was able to write (the 1877-81 edition of this history)...which for accuracy, clearness, and precision of statement.....
London: Cassell, 1890. 2 volumes. Profusely illustrated, some full page, large folding map in pocket at rear of volume II. xvi + 576 pages and xii + 560 pages, text printed in double column, thick 4tos, gilt and black-stamped pictorial cloth; some wear to edges and corners, spine ends of volume II frayed. London: Cassell & Company, (ca. 1890). A very good copy.
New York: New Directions, 1951. Translated by Hilda Rosner. Small 8vo, yellow cloth with uncredited photo by Roloff Beny, green cloth spine, green top edge. New York: New Directions, (1951). First translation into English. Fine, in lightly soiled original cloth slipcase with the photograph repeated on the front panel and printed label on the back.
New York: Knopf, 1974. Illustrated. 1162 pages + notes & index. Thick 8vo, stamped black cloth, price-clipped dust wrapper; wrapper's fit is slightly loose, also chipped and edgeworn, repaired at top and bottom with archival tape. New York: Knopf, (1974). First Edition. A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) wrapper.
Lexington: Transylvania Press, 1938. Numerous black and white illustrations. Tall 8vo, green cloth with white paper spine label and decorative title label on front cover, d.w. worn. Lexington: Transylvania Press, 1938. First Edition. A fine copy in a good dust wrapper. A book of "engaging personalities, the tender traditions, the informal history of a near-forgotten era."