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London: Benjamin Motte, 1726. Four parts in two volumes, as issued. Engraved frontispiece portrait in first volume, 5 engraved maps, and 1 plate of the Word Engine, decorative headpieces & initials throughout. xii, 148, , 164; , 154, , 155-353 pages. 2 volumes. Small 8vo, beautifully rebound in brown blind stamped polished calf, red leather spine labels. London: Benj. Motte, 1726. Early mixed printing with 1st volume being Teerink's AA (second) edition, and 2nd volume the B (third) edition. Frontispiece.....
Boston: Osgood, 1873. Translated by George M. Towle. 16mo, terra cotta cloth, blind-stamped with the title and pictorial sketch in gilt . Boston: Osgood, 1873. First Edition First American and first edition in English. First issue, with the translator's name not on the title page; red and black title page; red edges; black end-papers. The book has a definite lean and is shelf-worn, but is internally sound & clean.
Paris: J. Hetzel. Frontispiece and numerous black & white woodcuts throughout the text by J. Ferat & engraved by Ch. Barbant, some plates delicately colored. 368pp. Short 4to, bound in 1/2 crimson morocco, red cloth, ornately gilt spine a.e.g. Paris: j. Hetzel, no date, ca. 1910. Very good (+). A very good copy. Les Voyages Extraordinaires.
Forest Hills: Las Americas, 1943. Translated into English by Gilda Massa. Illustrated with b/w cartoons by Chilean artist Federico Ribas. 49 pages with text in Spanish and English on facing pages. Slim 8vo, brown pictorial wrappers. Forest Hills NY: Las Americas Publishing, (1943). First edition thus. Some light foxing on 1st and last several pages, still a very good copy of this scarce book -- the Ulysses of the insect world.