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New London: Samuel Green. 230 pages. 12mo, full contemporary calf; two contemporary ownership signatures on chipped flyleaf, some arithmetic in pencil at back free end pages, pages toned & foxed, corners bumped, leather worn at edges and hinges of covers, spine label missing. New London: Samuel Green, (no date, circa 1802). A very good(-) copy. Early American imprint.
Boston: John Boyle and J. D. M'Dougall, 1779. Containing, Spelling, Reading, Writing, and Arithmetick ... folding plate of geometric diagrams, a few text diagrams. vi, 378, (1)pp. 16mo, contemporary calf, rubbed, some light foxing, some pages dampstained. Boston: John Boyle and J. D. M'Dougall, 1779. From the English edition of 1731; The first American edition was printed in 1748. Karpinski, pp. 59-62; Evans 16524. In this copy there is a tear in the first page of the preface with a......
New Orleans: Librairie Francaise Ad. Redmond. Illus. 48pp. 18mo, pr. wrs., spine newly rebacked, corners of wrappers chipped, wrappers soiled, pages throughout are age-toned, page 11 with a small amount of pencil annotations in margins, several pages creased in lower right corners margins, several pages with a small amount of chipping to bottom margins. Nouvelle-Orleans: Librairie Francaise Ad. Redmond, n.d., circa 1900.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1855. Illustrated. 28 pages, 18 full color plates. Folio. Worn 3/4 morocco, gold stamped cover, badly worn leather at spine has been expertly repaired with cloth, with folio case. Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1855. Repairs to hinges. Pages show some light foxing and sunning. In very good condition. Lovely Victorian celestial school atlas.
Philadelphia: Leary's Book Store. 38pp. Thin 8vo, pr. wrs., front wrapper lightly dampstained, back wrapper lightly soiled, some margins lightly soiled. Philadelphia: Leary's Book Store, circa 1870. A completely filled in student's composition note book in neat manuscript hand. The front wrapper depicts an engraving of Leary's Cheap Book Store at its first location at 158 Second Street in Philadelphia. Below it is a brief advertisement for the store including that they have for sale over 100,000 books. Leary's Book.....
Havana: P. Fernandez Y Cia, 1948. Illustrated in black and white, with 7 folding maps in color. 336 pages, 12mo, printed boards. Havana: P. Fernandez Y Cia, S. en C., (1948). Elementary school geography textbook. Significant stains to boards and repairs to spine. Pages are toned but clean. No institutional copies found. Largest map by Ortega Vega is separated from the atlas.
Boston: Thomas & Andrews, 1816. 2 folding maps. 364pp. 8vo, contemporary calf, leather label, light browning to text, label chipped, binding rubbed and lightly soiled, last few pages lightly dampstained. Boston: Thomas & Andrews, 1816. The map of the world has an 2 inch repair on right fold with no loss of text and is foxed and stained. The map of North America is lightly foxed. S&S 38293.
Boston: Lincoln & Edmands, 1820. Illustrated with four plates. 360 pages. 12mo, full contemporary calf; leather worn at covers, edges, spine and corners, corners bumped, some pages torn (but not loss of legibility), some scribbles in ink, including pipes added to the figures on each plate, foxing and toning present throughout. Boston: Lincoln & Edmands, 1820. A very good(-) copy. Early American imprint.
Albany: E. & E. Hosford, 1808. Illustrated with some tables. 172 pages + appendix. 12mo, full contemporary calf; leather scratched at covers and worn at spine, edges and corners, corners slightly bumped, flyleaf torn, contemporary ownership signatures in ink, some ink stains, toning and foxing throughout, pages 17 and 18 torn at bottom with some loss of text. Albany: E. & E. Hosford, 1808. First edition. A very good(-) copy. Early American imprint.