Edinburgh: Mundell, 1800. With the two fine engraved plates. 2 volumes in one. 8vo, smooth polished calf with leather spine label and simple decorations. Edinburgh: Mundell, 1800. Second Edition. "A founder of the modern surgery of the vascular system... Bell's most enduring contributions to surgery are his Discourses &c. the second of which is a valuable historical discussion of the surgery of the arteries."-Garrison. Light age-browning. Austin 192.
London: Anglo-Israel Assoc. 1998. 22p., morocco backed marbled boards. London: Anglo-Israel Association, 1998. Limited Edition. Fine. Number 14 of 250 numbered copies, signed by the author. First publication in book form of an address given at the Savoy Hotel at the Annual Dinner of the Anglo-Israel Association, in November, 1997. It contains an account of the author's attitudes towards Jewish people and the State of Israel and of his use of Jewish characters in his novels. With the prospectus.
New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1924. Illus., some in color. Folding maps. 7 Vols. 12mo, rebound in later tan cloth with red leather spine labels, original wrappers bound in. New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1924-1930. First Editions. Very good All volumes are lightly soiled and have a previous owner's name in gilt near the bottom of the front covers.
Boston: Godine, 1970. 3 hand-colored etchings by Lance Hildy. 17pp., slender 8vo,tan linen boards with paper label, in matching clam-shell case with leather spine label. Boston: David Godine, 1970. Limited First Edition. Fine. One of only 100 copies signed by Lance Hildy. This essay on the short life of the Mayfly first appeared in "A Description of Some Curious and Uncommon Creatures" London 1739.
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1990. Illustrated. 253 pages. 8vo. Light blue cloth backed blue boards (front shows small ding at top), dust wrapper shows some light wear at edges. First edition. New York: G.P. Putnam's Son's, (1990). A very good copy in a very good wrapper. Inscribed on half title page: "For [...] with warm wishes! Charles Kuralt"
New York: Macmillan, 1977. Illustrated. 321 pages. Blue cloth backed blue boards, dust wrapper. New York: Macmillan, (1977). A very good(+) copy in a very good(+) wrapper. Inscribed by the author on the flyleaf: "To [...], This couldn't keep your dad awake. I hope you have better luck. Best Wishes - Walt Cunningham APOLLO 7"
New York: Random House, 1975. Illustrated. 406 pages. 8vo. Stamped white cloth covered boards, slightly edge-worn dust wrapper. First edition. New York: Random House, (1975). A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) wrapper. Inscribed by the author on flyleaf: "For [...] Comrade in arms - 'the first rule of life is to have a good time' Brendan Feb 12 '75"
Garden City: The Sun Dial Press, 1943. 303 pages. 8vo. Slightly worn black cloth covered boards, missing dust wrapper. Garden City, NY: The Sun Dial Press, (1943). A very good copy. Inscribed by the author on flyleaf: "For [...], whose hospitality and friendship has helped make Key West the place we like to come back to. Yours, Budd April 10, 1948"
New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2000. Illustrated. 150 pages. 8vo. Green paper backed blue paper covered boards, very lightly edge-worn spine, some underlining in pen throughout, previous owner's name in pen on flyleaf. First edition. New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, (2000). A very good copy in a very good wrapper. Inscribed by the author on title page: "For [...] Another colleague from The New Yorker's stead days - with all goodwill from Shirley Hazzard New York April 4, 2000"