1751. (4) + 366 + (18). 12mo, full mottled calf, red leather spine label, gilt spine, lightly rubbed. N.P., 1751. Very good (+). Brunet, II, 860; Barbier, I, 2824; The author paints the manners of the society around this time when untied mind was lively and began to want freedom from morality and religion.
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London: Johnston, 1798. 2 volumes. Illustrated with 2 (of 3?) folding plates before the index in the second volume. x, [ii], 385, ; [iv], 387-775, pp. 4to, bound in the original drab blue/grey boards, possibly rebacked in nearly identical material; holograph paper spine labels, uncut edges (corners of boards are bumped and worn; scattered foxing throughout; bookplate in first volume). London: Printed for J. Johnston, 1798. First edition. A very good solid copy of this important work. A seminal work...
New York: Viking, 1939. 88 pages, slim 8vo, orange cloth (spine faded) with marbled paper on the covers, top edge gilt, matching orange cloth slipcase (gently stained). New York: Viking, 1939. First Edition. A near fine copy in a very good(+) slipcase. Limited Edition. One of 375 copies signed on the limitation page.
Cambridge: Riversode Press, 1883. 12 volumes. Engraved frontispiece portrait in volume one and decorative device on each title page. Tall thick 8vo's, deckled edges, bound in plain brown boards. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1883. Limited Edition. Interior is fine, the spines darkened and scratched. Very good. Limited Edition. Number 228 of 500 copies.
Cambridge: Riverside, 1883. 17 volumes, photogravure frontispiece. Thick 8vo, edges untrimmed, handsomely bound in full burgundy morocco, ornately gilt spines and covers, t.e.g. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1883. New and Revised Editon. Near Fine. Limited to 500 copies of which this is # 100. Large paper edition.
Chicago: Pascal Covici, 1925. Edited with an Essay of Appreciation by Horace Bridges. Extra illustrated with many exquisite copper engravings, steel engravings and mezzotints. Thick 8vo, 3.4 olive green morocco (spine faded), marbled boards and end papers. Chicago: Pascal Covici, 1925. Scarce. A fine copy with very good (+) binding.
Vienna: Literatur und Politik, 1928. Illustrated with nearly 100 b/w photos and diagrams. xvi, 447pp. Thick 8vo, red-dtamped black cloth (backstrip is a bit rubbed; top of spine is starting to fray). Wien-Berlin: Verlag fur Literatur und Politik, (1928). First edition. Text in German. A very good copy.
London: Bell, 1932. Foreword by Sir William H. Bragg. 8 volumes. Large 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. London: G. Bell, 1932. First edition. Fine in near fine dust wrappers. Includes Index volume. Each volume has a frontispiece with a tissue guard and many text illustrations of Faraday's drawings and doodles throughout and in the margins.