New York: Morrow, 1928. 2 volumes, 48 full page charming woodcut illustrations of animals. Slim, square 8vo, 47 pages each. Orange cloth backed illustrated boards, orange dust wrappers, (rubbed & dust soiled). New York: William Morrow, 1928. First Editions. Very good (+). Animals in black & white. Printed at the Temple Press in Letchworth Great Britain. Previous owners presentation on fly-leaf of volume 1.
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Quebec: Editions du Trecarre, 1982. In French. Introduction by Roger Tory Peterson. 82 full or double-page color plates, numerous black-and-white illustrations. 179 pages, Square 4to, grey-blue cloth (spine and edges gently faded) with blind stamping. Quebec: Editions du Trecarre, (1982). First French edition. A very good copy with a pristine interior.
New York: World Book Company, 1923. View. Ink on paper. Signed. Page measures 14" x 11.5", image measures 12" x 8". An original drawing of a forest scene that served as an illustration for the book "In the North Woods of Maine: The Story of a Winter in the Wilderness Fifty Years Ago", written by E.E. Thomas. Part of the "Pioneer Life Series", the book details the trip taken by the author and his cousin to the primeval forests of.....
New York: Winchester Press, 1973. Illustrated by Bob Kuhn, including 6 additional loose color prints in a custom fold envelope. Elephant folio, 1/4 green leather over green boards. New York: Winchester Press, 1973. Limited edition. Edition limited to 375 copies. This one is unnumbered, but bears a presentation from both the author and the artist. Fine copy in a broken board slipcase.
Cologne: Galerie der Spiegel, 1965. Text in German, including short pieces by Eluard, Arp & Ernst. Illustrated with 34 black & white vignettes and 52 large b/w plates of rubbings; 5 mounted color plates of watercolors and numerous tiny figures within the text. 167 pages. Folio, blue pictorial wrappers (and original lithograph printed by Mourlot). Koln: Galerie der Spiegel, (1965). Overall a very good copy -- internally clean but with wrappers a bit edgeworn and dusty along gutter edge. Limited.....
New York: Anthropological, 1932. Translated by Ulrich Van Der Horst. Frontis. Large 8vo, black pebbled cloth, small stain on rear cover. New York: Privately Printed by Anthropological Press, (1932). A very good (+) copy. Limited, numbered edition, privately printed, of the book Havelock Ellis called "The greatest work on the sexual instinct in French."
Chicago: Manning, 1932. Black & white illustrations, red and yellow borders. 6 pages on stiff paper,tall 8vo, stiff red pictorial wrappers. Chicago: Manning, 1932. First Edition. Scare. A fine copy. A fairy tale illustrated with a profusion of photographs of real-life animals dressed as humans and posed in a variety of circumstances.
New York: Ringling Brothers, 1988. Introduction by Kenneth Feld.Profusely illustrated with color photographs. Square 4to, white cloth with colored pictorial label, d.w. New York: Barnum & Bailey, (1988). First Edition. Celebrating the life and career of the famous animal tamer on the occasion of his farewell tour with Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus. Presentation copy, signed by Williams on the title page.
Paris: Chez Claude-Jean-Baptiste Herissant, 1769. Illustrated by Louis-Michel Halbou with 38 (of 39) copper engraved plates, 1 folding, featuring hunting dogs and game animals of various sizes, along with falcons and other birds of prey in the 2nd half. iii-xii, 98, , 99-208,  pages. Short 4to, attractively bound in 3/4 brown calf over marbled boards with gilt-stamped spine (outer hinges cracking but firm), all edges red. Paris: Chez Claude-Jean-Baptiste Herissant, 1769. First edition. Half title and first plate are.....
Amsterdam: Francois Changuion, 1749. Two volumes in One. One engraved illustration on dedication page. xxxviii + 271pp. and 352pp., separate title pages each with engraved illustration, 8vo, full leather, gilt-decorated spine; corners bumped, rubbed, minor and scattered foxing, bookplate inside front cover. Amsterdam: Chez Francois Changuion, 1749. A very good (+) copy.