London: Westminster Press, 1925. Slim 8vo, linen-backed blue boards, d.w. (chipped and rubbed). London: Westminster Press, 1925. Reprinted from the edition of 1636. A near fine copy with un-opened pages in a very good dust wrapper. Number 358 of 625 numbered copies. The Haslewood Books. Previous owner's bookplate.
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London: Ackermann, 1831. Two volumes bound together in one with separate title pages. Illustrated with 13 splendid hand-colored engravings of idealized railway scenes. , 8pp text, 6 leaves; , 7 leaves. Tall thin 4to, handsomely bound by C. Walters in full red morocco with gilt fillet borders and gilt-decorated spine; original wrappers bound-in at rear (leather is somewhat rubbed but still very sound and quite attractive). London: R. Ackermann, 1831. A near fine copy with lovely clean plates A finely.....
New York: Hanover, 1980. Foreword by Otis Chandler, 24 fine stylish color plates by Ken Dallison, oblong folio album, full burgundy leather, leather slipcase; scuffed. New York: Hanover Press, 1980. A fine copy in a near fine slipcase. Limited Numbered Edition - 1 of 2000 copies. Printed for private distribution.
London: James Knapton, 1728. Two parts in one volume. Illustrated with 53 of 54 fine uncolored copper plate maps, (last celestial chart is missing with a full size facsimile version provided from the British Library edition), and 5 fold-out diagrams tipped into the second text. Title page printed in black and red, foreword, preface, list of subscribers, and list of charts. Dedication page has a repair to the margin. "Atlas maritimus & commercialis," 340 pp. plus index. "General Coasting Pilot,".....
Leipzig: Wilhelm Zirges, 1840. 13 full page copper engravings in 3 sections with pale blue titles (waterstain on upper left corners). 48pp., slim oblong 4to, original marbled boards. Leipzig: Wilhelm Zirges, (1840). Very scarce. Pictures of the first German long distance railway of 120 kilometers. Includes viaducts, bridges and tunnels representing the beginning of the railway century in Germany. The author, Heinrich Eberhard was an architectural designer, engraver and lithographer.
Leipzig: Karl W. Hiersemann, 1927. Tipped in color plate frontis, 19 text illustrations, 79 black-and-white plates. xv + 181pp., 4to, pale blue cloth with gilt decorated spine and lettering; spine and part of front and rear covers faded, minor edgewear, short tear and creasing to outer margin of page 171/172 not effecting text. Leipzig: Karl W. Hiersemann, 1927. A very good copy.
1979. Celebrating 75 Years of the Rolls-Royce Motor Car. 8 page foreword by Lord Montagu, 24 fine & stylish color plates by Ken Dallison, oblong folio, full tan leather album, matching leather slipcase (scuffed). New York: Spirit Group, 1979, A fine copy in a very good(+) slipcase. Printed for private distribution. Number 161 of 2000 copies, signed by the artist.