New York: Signal Boy Publications, 1919. Frontispiece and a handful of b/w illustrations. 210 pages. 8vo, blue cloth with oval portrait plate mounted on front cover. New York: Signal Boy Publications, 1919. A very good(-) copy with some soiling to cloth, spine lightly sunned, foxing to prelims and pastedowns. Inscribed by Bodder on fly.
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Paris: L'Emancipatrice, 1961. 3 volumes (16 sections). Each section contains detailed black & white technical drawings pertaining to the design and manufacture of hand guns and rifles along with explanatory text in French. Oblong 4to, original gray printed wrappers. Paris: L'Emancipatrice, 1961, 1963, 1965. Near fine. Serie 1-3, Cahier no. 1-16, Complete.
London: Samuel Leigh, 1816. 2 volumes in 1. Copperplate frontispiece portrait, 3 large folding maps partially colored (some tears to maps, some very neat repairs with clear tape, maps still in nice condition overall). Thick 8vo,errata leaf, rubricated edges, rebound in forest green cloth with a green leather spine label. London: Samuel Leigh, 1816. First Edition. Near Fine. Very small library stamps on several pages.
New York: Harper, 1865. 5 plates, 2 maps. 337pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, original brown cloth, expertly rebacked with modern cloth with original title on spine preserved, small tear to some margins. New York: Harper, 1865 Text contains list of all cavalry units that fought in the Civil War along with name of each unit's commanding officer. Author was a colonel in the Ninth Illinois Volunteer Cavalry and Chief of the Cavalry of the Department of the Missouri.....
Headquarters, Twelfth Army Gro: 1944. Exceptional and uncommon twice-signed war-date color patriotic cover with the addition of a free frank, completely in Bradley's hand, depicting Adolf Hitler with his hands across the Earth as an American Bald Eagle sets its talons into his back, ready to carry him off, captioned: "Not So Fast, Adolf!" This 3.5 x 6.5-inch envelope is addressed to his friend Robert Freeman, a former Lieutenant in the U.S. Army, with his return address: "O.N. Bradley, Lieut.....
1917. Poster mounted on linen. Original lithograph. 39 x 59 1/2 inches. Top and bottom margins trimmed, with chips to margins. Dynamic large WWI poster by Sir Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) was born in Belgium but based in London as an artist and illustrator. This image was used in Great-Britain Daily Mail & Evening News Red Cross War Fund Cinderella stamp set. Hard to find.
1898. 2.75 x 3.5-inch card, no place, no date, circa 1898, signed "Yours very truly J.C. Breckinridge Inspector General U.S.A." Faint uneven toning but still in very good condition overall. Union Army officer who was appointed an aide-de-camp to George H. Thomas in 1861. His cousin was a Confederate General and U.S. Vice-President. His brothers were Confederate Officers. He later became a brigadier general and Inspector General of the Army as well as a Major General of volunteers in the.....
Paris: Coquerer, 1919. A collection of 12 mounted black & white prints depicting architectural damage. Thin elephant portfolio with ties, cloth-backed boards (folio is well-rubbed and bumped at corners, but plates are fine). Loose plates as issued, with handwritten titles under each. Paris: Coquerer Imprimeur, 1919. Very good.