Bermuda: Trade Development Board, 1936. 51 illustrations, 8 full page watercolors by Adolph Treidlerin, the black & white plates are photographic illustrations by David Knudsen, Walter Rutherford, Thurman Rotan and F.S. Lincoln. 94 pages, tall slim folio, blue and silver cloth. n.p.: (Bermuda Trade Development Board), 1936. Designed and produced by James Albert Wales and Lorraine Follett. Printed in the U.S.A. by Edward Stern & Company, Inc. Philadelphia. Limited First Edition. Near Fine. 1029 of 2000 numbered copies...
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New York: Scribner, 1918. Illustrated abundantly in black and white with frontispiece in color. xi, 585 pages. 8vo, brown gilt-stamped cloth (stained and sunned, corners bumped, outer page edges heavily toned, spine ends repaired, hinges tightened). New York: Scribner, 1918. First Edition. Despite faulys, internally clean and about very good.
New York: Thomas R. Knox, 1885. Frontispiece and other black and white illustrations. xv, 441pp. 8vo, rebound in new green cloth with black morocco spine label with original front pictorial cover mounted on the front cover. New York: Thomas R. Knox, 1885. First Edition. Fine Author was a member of the New York Yacht Club.
Kent: Privately Printed. 2 volumes. 24 tipped in color plates of Bermuda and the flowers of Bermuda. Original stiff pictorial wrappers bound together in one volume, 3/4 crimson calf. Kent: Privately Printed, ca. 1930. Near Fine. Signed on the title page by Catherine Tucker. Early attractive bookplate.
1844. PRISONERS IN PARADISE! Exceptional Manuscript Document signed "201CVictoria", folio, 2 pages, Bermuda, Secretary's Office, October 12th 1844, a Warrant appointing Lieutenant Robert John Fayrer to be Assistant to the Superintendant of the Convict Establishment at Bermuda, in small part: "an Act Passed... for the Transportation of Offenders from Great Britain, and for punishing "Offences committed by Transports kept to Labor "in the colonies", it is enacted that it shall be lawful for US, in case it should be deemed.....