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Miami: National Trading, Inc., 1971. Map. Offset lithograph with archival linen support. Image measures 15 7/8" x 20 1/2" Vibrant pictorial map of the Caribbean islands extending from the southern tip of Florida to the northern coast of Colombia and Venezuela. The islands and major cities are extensively labeled, and the map is colorfully illustrated with Spanish colonial ships, a swordfish and turtle, a treasure chest full of gold, and a beach with palm trees. Cuba includes La Habana, Santiago.....
New York: Alpine Fine Arts Collection, 1984. Illustrated with over 140 photographs of black and white sketches by various artists from the Roman Baroque period. Not paginated. Thick 4to, dark green boards, dust wrapper, small tear on bottom edge. New York: Alpine Fine Arts Collection, (1984). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Turin: Chiro e Mina, 1827. Slim 12mo, 8 + 136 pages. Lacks folding map. Full green leather with ornately gilt covers and spine, all edges gilt. Turin: Chiro e Mina, 1927. Near Fine. Includes the description of the streets and the indication of the streets where the postal stations were established, the alphabetical table of the postal roads, the regulation of the postal service, etc.
Port Washington: Kinnikat Press, 1973. Frontispiece of Thurgood Marshall. 8vo, green cloth dust wrapper (lightly rubbed at edges). Port Washington: Kinnikat Press, 1973. First Edition. Near Fine. With the ex- libris of Warren Burger on a card, printed in gold "Seal of the Supreme Court of the United States"
Venice: Presso li Guerigli, 1651. 290 pages, amazingly fine and clean, blue edges, thick tall 8vo, copper engraved illustration on title page, engraved decorative chapter initials and tail pieces. Full vellum, lightly soiled, hand painted title on spine. Small ex-libris on inside front cover. Venice: Presso le Guerigli, 1651. First Edition. Scarce.
New York: Appleton, 1866. Steel engraved frontispiece portrait of Stonewall Jackson. 8vo, 470 pages, maps, 1 folding, original pebbled brown cloth, spine a bit faded and extremes of spine strengthened. New York: Appleton and Company, 1866. Very good (+). Dornbusch II, 2822. "An expansion of Cooke's 1863 biography of Jackson, with some new material" Nevins II, p.47.
Hartford: Hurlbut, Scranton, 1864. 2 volumes, illustrated with steel engraved portrait frontispieces of Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, added engraved title pages + 22 steel engravings, all with tissue guards. Thick tall 8vo, full brown blind stamped calf with ornately gilt spines, spines a bit rubbed, hinges strengthened, marbled endpapers and edges. Hartford: Hurlbut, Scranton & Company, 1864. First Edition. Very good (+).
Cincinnati: Jones Brothers, 1884. Salesman's Dummy. Steel engraved frontispiece portrait, Numerous woodcut illustrations throughout of politicians and presidents. Engraving and about 50 pages of text. With sample leather spine pasted on inside front cover. Slim 8vo, pictorial brown cloth with black & gold design, top of spine neatly repaired and small bubbling on back cover. Originally sold only be subscription. "It contains everything that the voter, the public speaker...or reader may desire to know about the Republicans candidates and platform".....
Philadelphia: Ziegler, 1885. Many illustrations, including maps. 734 pages, thick 8vo, decorative green cloth; scattered light foxing, ownership signature front free endpaper, early pencil notes front flyleaf, covers rubbed, worn rear hinge weak. Philadelphia: P. W. Ziegler, 1885. A very good(-) copy.
New York: Abrams, 1965. Profusely illustrated with photographs by Max Hirmer, including 20 mounted color plates and 168 in black & white. 312 pages. Thick square 4to, natural cloth, d.w. (edgeworn and wrinkled). New York: Abrams, . First edition. A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
New York: Abrams, 1961. Photographs by Max Hirmer. Translated and revised by B. Shefton. 335 illustrations including 54 mounted color plates. 410 pages. Very thick 4to, pale gray cloth, edgeworn d.w. with a few tears. New York: Abrams, . A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. "Admirable photographs and erudite notes." -- R. M. Cook... Includes bibliographical references. Arntzen/Rainwater M54.
London: Day & Son, 1859. Color lithograph. Image measures 6.25" x 8.5". From Atkinson's satirical book "Curry and Rice (on Forty Plates), or the Ingredients of Social Life at "Our" Station in India" about a fictional village called Kabob. Scene shows a colonial pastor, "Rev. Josiah Ginger, unctious in appearance, redolent of fat, and with a face beaming like the sun on a gravel-walk."