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Paris: Desaint & Saillant, 1758. Small engraved portrait on title page. One engraved plate. 374pp. + "Approbation". 12mo, full mottled leather; bookplate inside front cover, early ownership notes on title page, covers lightly worn with some minor loss at spine ends, front hinge mended. Paris: Chez desaint & Saillant, 1758, A very good copy.
Paris: Michel Levy, 1868. 12mo, 440pp., salmon cloth, rebound without the original wrappers, (small brown spot on inner hinge of the first few pages). Paris: Michel Levy Freres, 1868. First Edition Near fine. Although the half title reads volume two, this was published first. With the small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
4 thick folio volumes. , 760; , 902; , 1084; , 1039pp with text printed in double columns. Rubricated titles with engraved vignettes in each. Illustrated with some copper engraved plates and other in-text woodcuts; decorative initials and head/tailpieces throughout. Folio, contemporary calf with ornate gilt-decorated spines (extensive and skillful repairs to joints and spine ends; light occasional foxing and toning to text block). La Haye: Chez P. Husson et al., 1727-31. First Edition. Despite the repairs, a solid, complete.....
New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1973. Illustrated with black and white photographs. 251 pages, 8vo, red cloth, dust wrapper with mylar sleeve. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, (1973). A near fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. This is the first book to show how Woolf's vision of reality and her aesthetics are rooted in her experiences as a manic-depressive.
Paris: Estienne Danguy, 1646. Woodcut initials and decorative head & tailpieces throughout. XII, 225 pages. 12mo, contemporary vellum with calligraphic spine lettering. Paris: Chez Estienne Danguy, 1646. For some reason an attempt was made to obliterate the publisher's information on title, otherwise a solid copy; some pages at rear with neat marginalia, but mostly clean. A very good copy of this scarce book. OCLC lists only 3 copies, including Cambridge & Bibliotheque Nationale de France.
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1931. Edited with an introduction and notes by C. K. Ogden. Frontispiece. 555 pages, 8vo, green cloth (small crease in first few pages; previous owner's signature on front free endpaper; spine faded with faint stain at bottom). New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1931. A very good(-) copy.
London: J. & R. Tonson, 1752. 8vo, contemporary calf, with leather spine label. London: J. &. R. Tonson and S. Draper, 1752. First Edition The book contains 11 tracts, each with a separate title page & date, but only one continuous pagination. The subjects include Thoughts on Tar-water, Proposal for converting the Savage Americans to Christianity by a College to be erected...in Bermuda, Exhortation to the Roman Catholic Clergy of Ireland, Discourse to Magistrates, etc.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1980. Translated by Henry Copley Greene. With an Introduction by Lawrence J. Henderson. xix + 226pp., 8vo, full gilt-decorated purple leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Medicine Library, (1980). A fine copy. The separately printed editors' notes are present. Facsimile of the New York: Macmillan, 1927 edition.
Jena: Diederichs, 1908. Frontispiece portraits of Overbeck, and illustrated with some facsimile letters. 2 volumes. Thick 8vos, original white cloth printed in black, scarce green printed d.w. (edges taped on rear). Jena: Eugen Diederichs, 1908. First Edition. Fine in very good dust wrappers. A very early printing, with volume II heavily redacted after printing but before publication, as a result of a lawsuit by Elizabeth Nietzsche Forster, the self-proclaimed guardian of her brother's legacy. Subsequent printings had the type re-set.....