Covelo: Yolla Bolly Press, 1997. Afterword by Richard Olney. Illustrated with woodcuts by Karin Wikstrom, including two full-page color plates and numerous figures in the text. , 51, pp. Slim 4to, cloth-backed patterned boards with an inset paper turtle design on cover; uncut edges. (Covelo CA: Yolla Bolly Press, 1997). A fine copy, but lacking the slipcase. Limited edition - number 100 of 225 copies for sale. Signed by Olney and Wikstrom.
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London: Nimmo, 1888. Edited and revised by Robert Lowe. Illustrated with 50 copperplate portraits and 80 wood engravings. 3 volumes. Thick 4tos, beautifully rebound in 3/4 maroon morocco, with elaborate gilt-decorated spines, uncut edges. London: John C. Nimmo. 1888. Near fine. One of only 300 numbered copies with the 50 portraits given in duplicate, one on Japanese and the other on plate paper as India proofs.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1982. Translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett. Foreword by Boris Shragin. Illustrated with 10 wood engravings by Fritz Eichenberg. 360pp. Short thick 4to, gilt-lettered gray cloth, board slipcase. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1982. A fine copy. Limited edition of 2000 numbered copies, signed both by the illustrator and the text designer.
New York: Harper, 1895. Frontispiece portrait and profusely illustrated throughout with drawings by the author, printed in red. viii, 464pp. Short thick 4to, original blue & gilt- stamped parchment (lightly soiled), uncut edges, t.e.g. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1895. Limited edition. Number 505 of 600 copies printed.
Geneva: Skira, 1973. Illustrated throughout with fine heliogravures in color and b/w. Square 8vo, bound in publisher's full gilt-lettered burgundy leather, t.e.g. Matching leather-tipped board slipcase. (Geneva: Albert Skira, 1973). A fine copy of this uncommon book. Limited edition. Number 919 of 1000 copies on velin relies plein maroquin.
New York: August Press, 2000. Illustrated with photographs, handsomely printed in cyanotype. Slim square 4to, brown cloth with inset pictorial label. New York: August Press, 2000. First edition. Previous owners name has been blacked out inside cover, otherwise a fine copy. Limited printing of 2000 copies. With an additional inscription from Dugdale on the title page.
A collection of essays and illustrations on wine and vineyards, executed by a variety of renowned authors and artists. Title in red & black; decorative initials throughout; XXX plates. 201, pp in loose signatures as issued, within a pictorial wrappers and housed in a two-piece slipcase. Paris: Bernard Klein, (1953). Limited edition - from a total of 850 copies, this is number 227 of 500 copies on Arches paper, reserves aux bibliophiles Francais. A few small faint stains throughout, still.....
Paris: Quantin, 1892. Illustrated with 1 or more large drawings in tint on each page by Eugene Courboin. Small folio, brown 3/4 levant, marbled boards, g.t. Paris: Ancienne Maison Quantin, 1892. Limited Edition. Scarce. A very good(+) copy. One of only 40 copies printed on Japan vellum, with a duplicate set of all the illustrations, printed on separate plates but all bound together. This copy is unnumbered. Grolier plate bookplate, but unstamped.
Gwasg Gregynog, 1927. Printed throughout in red & black. 1 full-page woodcut and title page vignette by David Jones. 21 pages. Short slim 4to, publisher's full dark blue levant with simple gilt lettering and frame, inner gilt dentelle (front joint slightly worn and with small chip at head; internally fine). Uncut edges, t.e.g. Gwasg Gregynog, 1927. A very good(+) copy of this scarce book. Number 20 of only 25 numbered copies on Batchelor handmade paper in a full binding executed.....
London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1890. 6 plates on India paper by James Gillray, large folding plate in back pocket. Title page in red & black, 341pp., small thick 4to, blue cloth, paper label, t.e.g., uncut (cloth rubbed, inner hinges mended). London, 1890. Third Edition, enlarged. Very good. One of 250 large-paper copies, signed by Edmonds, including satirical and political poems of G. Canning, J. H. Frere, W. Pitt, et al.
Dallas: Pressworks, 1980. Tipped-in frontispiece plus one other black-and-white illustration. 52 pages, slim 8vo, green cloth (spine gently faded; otherwise fine). Dallas: Pressworks, (1980). Very good condition. Limited first edition, No. 84 of 350. Signed in full by both Elkin and illustrator Jane E. Hughes on the limitation page.
Newark: Carteret, 1933. Illustrated with 20 wood engravings by Ellis. Printed on 60 single- sided leaves, unopened. Short 4to, cloth-backed patterned boards; uncut edges. Housed in a patterned board slipcase. Newark: The Carteret Book Club, 1933. A fine copy in a very good slipcase. Limited edition of only 150 copies printed.
New York: American Institute of Architects, 1925. Preface by Victor Laloux. Frontispiece, and 23 other mounted color plates from the original watercolors by Pierre Vignal; 44 other plates, and 67 in-text figures. 124 pages of text. Folio, rebound in older 1/2 brown morocco over marbled boards. New York: American Institute of Architects, 1925. Limited edition -- number 44 of 1000 copies. Near fine. A series of historical examples from Roman times to the end of the 18th century...