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Philadelphia: Carey, 1829. 2 volumes. 311pp. +4pp. advertisements, 319pp. 8vo, original cloth-backed boards with paper spine labels. Modern protective red cloth covers. (bindings are well-rubbed overall but still firm; scattered foxing throughout), uncut edges. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Carey, 1829. First edition. Scarce. Very good (-). Large paper copy of the first edition. Very rare.
Paris: Fundacio Antoni Tapies, 1989. 3 volumes. Volume 1: 1943-1960. 548 pages with 983 illustrations, 133 in color. Volume 2: 1961-1968. 512 pages with 1027 illustrations, 189 in color. Volume 3: 1969-1975. 576 pages with 1303 illustrations, 253 in color. Tall, thick square 4tos, gray decorative cloth, d.w., slipcases. Paris: Fundacio Antoni Tapies - Editions Cercle D'Art, 1989-1992. Fine.
New York: Cassell. Illustrated with dozens of woodcuts by several artists. 280pp., folio, gilt-lettered decorative green cloth; lightly rubbed, some play to the front hinge. New York: Cassell Publishing, (ca. 1890). A very good (+) copy of this handsome book. Illustrations by J. MacWhirter, J. Fulleylove, J. O'Connor, S. Simpson, et al.
Madrid: Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1898. 2 volumes bound in one. Short thick 4to, handsomely rebound in recent 1/2 red morocco, with the original red wrappers bound-in. Madrid: Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, 1898, 1899. First Edition. A near fine copy. Vol. I: Negociaciones Diplomaticas desde el Principio de la Guerra con los Estados Uniedos. Vol. II: Conferencia de Paris y Tratado de Paz de 10 de Diciembre de 1898.
Paris: Robert Delpire, 1956. Profusely illustrated with b/w photogravures and some color images by Inge Morath. Slim 4to, pale gray cloth, with decorated cover designed by Picasso, printed mylar dust wrapper (chipped). Paris: Robert Delpire & London: Photography Magazine, (1956). A very good copy in a poor dust wrapper.
Santa Cruz, Tenerife: 1805. 3 pages (front and back), each measuring 8 x 6 inches, no place (but on the mainland), no date, but shortly after November 4, 1805. Signed: "C[arlo]s Carrasco," possibly a relative of Naval officer and explorer Juan Carlos Carrasco, to [His Lordship] Roberto de Herrera, Santa Cruz, Tenerife, translated in part: "...I have written Your Worship a number of letters with the news of the day. I do not know whether they have reached you...I hope.....