New York: Putnam, 1906. Illustrated by Frederick Simpson Coburn with 6 full-page sepia plates each protected with lettered tissue, and 20 text pages with large colored headpieces and decorations. Tall 8vo, the original vellum boards with handsome gilt-stamped design by Margaret Armstrong are preserved, but the book has been re-backed in plain gray cloth, a.e.g. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, (1906). First Edition thus. Limited Edition - number 95 of only 100 copies printed on Japanese vellum. The limitation page.....
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London: Geoorge Harrap, 1934. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. 4 color plates, 14 drawings in black & white, tan & white pictorial endpapers. Thin 8vo, full limp vellum, stamped in gilt. Original board slipcase (rubbed). London: George Harrap, (1934). First Edition. A fine copy. Limited edition. One of only 410 signed copies.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1922. 8 volumes. Color frontispieces, profusely illustrated, tissue guards, may map including foldouts. Tall 8vo, 3/4 burgundy morocco, some spines chipped, the interior is fine. Boson: Houghton Mifflin, 1922. Very good. Autographed edition, one of 500 copies signed by the author.
London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1906. Beautifully printed edition with rubricated title page. 327 pages. 8vo, bound in the original red-lettered wrappers with glassine, untrimmed edges; preserved in publisher's original cloth box (worn & repaired). London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1906. A very fine unread copy with unopened pages, in a good box. The Royal Library Chef d'Oeuvres Series.
West Stockbridge: Thornwillow, 1993. Frontispiece showing the scales of justice against an open landscape, signed with the lnitials LIP (Luke Ives Pontifell). Slim 4to, untrimmed pages, bound in full brown blind stamped moroccan goat skin. Burger's exposition on the enduring need and potency of the Bill of Rights is followed by the ten facets of the Bill itself. (West Stockbridge): Thornwillow Press, 1993. It is the first title to bear the Thornwillow watermark. Fine Number LXII of 150 copies in.....
Kingston: Biscuit City, 1980. Preface by Roger Thompson. Illustrated with 3 hand-colored engraved plates by Gerard Charriere, protected with tissue. Unpaginated. Thin short 8vo, bound in purple silk with gilt-lettered spine, plain mylar wrapper; uncut edges. (Kingston, RI): Biscuit City Press, 1980. A fine copy. Limited edition. Number 32 of only 88 copies printed and signed in pencil by the artist on the limitation page. This copy has an addition signed pencil inscription on the title page.
Westport: Limited Editions Club, 1976. With Illustrations in color by Virgil Burnett and an introduction by Edward Wagenknecht. Color frontis., other plates. 290pp. Short 4to, gilt decorated cloth, slipcase. Westport, CT: The Limited Editions Club, (1976). Fine. Limited Edition, one of 2000 copies signed by the illustrator.
Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1887. Frontispiece portraits. 2 volumes, uncut and untrimmed, tall 8vo, beige boards (darkened and scuffed, especially on spines, nick to bottom edge of back cover vol I). Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1887. Very good (+). Large Paper Edition. Limited to one of 500 numbered copies.
New York: Valentin, 1944. A collection of 83 classic nursery rhymes, along with 85 whimsical drawings by Alexander Calder. xxii, 130, pp. Short folio, cloth-backed pictorial boards, d.w (quite torn and un-professionally repaired); uncut edges. New York: Curt Valentin, 1944. Limited first edition, signed. Printed by S. A. Jacobs at the Golden Eagle Press. Corners slightly bumped, otherwise a near fine in a good dust wrapper. From a total printing of 700, this is number 22 of only 60 copies.....
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1971. Translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert and with an introduction by Wallace Fowlie. Illustrated with color paintings by Daniel Maffia. 181pp. Square 8vo, full crimson leather, board slipcase. Limited Editions Club, 1971. Fine. Limited to 1500 copies, signed by the illustrator.
Forestville: Eclipse Books, 1987. Foreword by Jimmy Stewart. Profusely illustrated in black and white. 100 pages, slim oblong 4to, brown cloth. Forestville: Eclipse Books, (1987). Limited Edition. Near fine. Signed in full on a big, colorful limitation sticker (No. 261 of 400) which is pasted neatly inside the front cover.
Santa Barbara: Art/Life, 1984. Illustrated throughout with over 30 original artworks, in color and b/w, mostly signed and/or numbered by the artists. 4to, loose sheets in a self-binder with printed mylar covers over an original work by Sandy Miller. New York: Art/Life, 1984. First edition. A near fine copy of this unusual limited edition art magazine.
London: Medici Society, 1914. Illustrated by John Tenniel. Tall 8vo, 131 pages, beautifully rebound in full red morocco, decoratively gilt spine and covers. London: Philip Lee Warner, Publisher to the Medici Society, for the Riccardi Press, 1914. Fine. Number 69 of 1000 hand-numbered copies printed in the Riccardi Fount on handmade Riccardi Paper. This edition was published by arrangement with Macmillan and Company using Carroll's revised text of 1896.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1980. With an Introduction by Maitland A. Edey. Illustrated with photographs in full color by Alfred Eisenstadt. 255pp. Short 4to, gilt-lettered blind-stamped blue cloth, publisher's board slipcase. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1980. A fine copy in a near fine box. One of 2000 numbered copies, signed by the photographer.
Haarlem: Limited Editions Club, 1972. Translated from the French by Arthur Machen. Illustrated by Rene Ben Sussan with 16 color plates. 502pp. Thick folio, decorative red & orange cloth with paper spine label, board slipcase. Haarlem, Holland: Limited Editions Club, 1972. A near fine copy in a fine box. One of 1500 numbered copies signed by the illustrator.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1983. Introduction by John Hollander. Illustrated by William Bailey with an original etching as frontispiece, and other fine b/w plates, protected with tissue. 103 pages. Tall thin 8vo, burgundy calf-backed decorative silk, t.e.g.; publisher's board slipcase. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1983. A fine copy in a fine box. Limited to 1500 numbered copies, signed by the illustrator.
Gregynog, 1925. Frontispiece portrait and 30 additional woodcut illustrations by R.A. Maynard & H.W. Bray. Printed throughout in red and black. xxx, , 88 pages. Square 4to, exquisitely bound in full burgundy levant; ornate gilt-tooled designs on covers and spine; uncut edges, t.e.g.; matching levant-tipped cloth slipcase. Gwasg Gregynog, 1925. Fine. Welsh poems by John Ceiriog Hughes. Very scarce. Number 15 of only 30 numbered copies printed on handmade paper in a special leather binding. With the armorial bookplate of.....
London: David Nutt, 1896. 4 volumes, translated by Thomas Shelton and an introduction by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly. Rubricated title, unopened, untrimmed. Tall 8vo, handsomely rebound in 1/2 white vellum with black spine labels. London: David Nutt, 1896. A fine set. One of only 18 copies printed on Japanese paper.
Paris: Union Latine d'Editions, 1935. Translated by Francis de Miomandre. Illustrated throughout by Berthold Mahn. Complete in 5 volumes (4 volumes plus La Vie de Cervantes). Thick 8vo, full orange polished calf with blind-stamped covers and gilt-lettered spines, uncut edges and top edges gilt; protected in decorative board slipcases. Paris: Union Latine d'Editions, 1935. Near fine. Limited edition - number 4321 of 7000 copies Despite the high limitation, quite scarce in full leather.