London: Pickering, 1862. With Appendices and Plates. 154, (2) pages. Large 8vo, original cloth backed boards; paper labels. London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1862. First Edition. Attractive bookplate. A near fine copy, complete with 20 page pamphlet - Davington Church and Priory by Culmer - mounted at rear.
Canterbury: James Hunt, 1838. Engraved illustrations. 482 pages. 8vo, recent half leather over marbled boards; leather spine label. Canterbury: James Hunt, 1836. First edition. Several signatures at rear are slightly mis-aligned but still firmly sewn; a very good(+) copy in a handsome binding. Biography of a famous impostor, who was killed at the Battle of Bossenden Wood, the last battle to have been fought on English soil. The book concludes with an Accurate Account of the Trial of the Rioters...
New York: Museum of Natural History, 1960. Foreword by Dean Amadon. 70 Ultra-High Speed Photographs, mounted and in full color. 4to, gray cloth, chipped d.w. New York: Museum of Natural History, (1960). Avery good(+) copy in a good dust wrapper. Greenewalt, a scientist-photographer, developed new and original equipment including stroboscopic lights to take photographs unlike any ever before registered on film.
London: Privately Printed, 1856. Frontispiece portrait, 20 plates with tissue guards, some in full color and many engravings throughout the text, some illustrations are foxed. 230 pages. 4to, blind-stamped blue cloth, professionally re-cased with original spine (faded), laid down. London" Privately Printed, 1856. Very good. Scarce.
New York: American Olympic Committee, 1936. Edited by Frederick W. Rubien. Large folding plate and many black & white illustrations. 491 pages. Small 4to, blue cloth with Olympic flag imprinted on front cover (corners rubbed and top of spine chipped). New York: American Olympic Committee, (1936). Very Good.