London: S. Bladon, 1779. Together with The Letters, &c. that have been intercepted between the amorous Parties. The whole forming a complete History of the Private Life, Intrigues, and Amours of many Characters in the most elevated Sphere... 7 volumes with individual pagination for each trial. Pages lightly toned and with some dampstaining at bottom gutter on some pages, otherwise rather clean copies of these scarce books. 8vos, beautifully rebound in recent 3/4 brown calf over marbled boards; gilt spines...
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Paris: Chronique du Turf, 1876. 66 volumes, various sizes, beautifully bound in 3/4 bright red morocco with ornate gilt-decorated spines, raised bands, top edge gilt. Paris: Chronique du Turf, 1876-1937. Printed on thin wood pulp paper, so the pages are slightly yellowed (otherwise a fine set).
Washington: Folger Shakespeare Library, 1992. Introduction by Anthony Hobson. Photographsy by Julie Ainsworth. 244 illustrations, including 14 in color. 271pp., 4to, brown cloth, d.w. Washington: Folger Shakespeare Library, (1992). Fine in fine dust wrapper.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1932. Printed in red and black. Small folio, full red morocco elaborately stamped in gilt & blind with numerous borders enclosing four rectangles, also with borders; raised bands with 6 decorated panels on the spine, by the French Binders. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1932. Printed with the Greek type of Robert Proctor, the third book for which the type has been used, the others being The Oresteia, (1904) and The Odyssey, (1909). Two leather bookplates and the...
Paris: Hachette, 1878. Revision du texte original et preface par Gaston Paris. Illustrated with 9 lovely engraved plates. [4 blank], xxxi, 104, [4 blank]pp with text in French. Each text page is printed within a red border. Short thin 4to, elegantly bound by David in full dark green morocco; ornate gilt-tooled covers and spine; wide inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Paris: Libraire Hachette, 1878. Joints and edges a bit rubbed, otherwise a near fine copy. Scarce and beautiful edition in...
New York: George D. Sproul, 1899. Edited by Charlotte Porter and Helen Clarke. 12 volumes, each with a handsome frontispiece and some other plates, all in two states. Thick 8vos, beautifully bound by Trautz-Bauzonnet in contemporary full red morocco with ornate gilt-decorated covers and spines with raised bands; gilt-stamped leather doublures and watered silk endpapers, uncut edges, top edge gilt. New York: George D. Sproul, 1899. The Connoisseurs Edition, number 37 of only 45 numbered copies signed by the Sproul...
London: James Bohn, 1834. Illustrated with 11 lithographed plates and folding map at rear. 2 volumes in one. viii, 472, xxxiv, (2), (2), 238 pages. Thick 8vo, handsomely bound in full contemporary brown calf with ornately gilt borders on covers and spine; marbled endpapers and pages edges. London: James Bohn, 1834. First edition. Ex-library copy with small blue stamps from"Relations Department" on halftitle, title and back of map; removed pocket at rear and inked numerals on spine. Light scattered toning...
London: Tinsley Brothers, 1869. Two volumes. , xii, 443; , viii, 478 pages, plus 2 pp of ads. Each volume with a frontispiece plate and an additional title page with decorative vignette. Tall thick 8vos, recently rebound in dark brown morocco; ornate gilt-decorated spines with raised bands and red leather labels; original gilt pictorial cloth covers are preserved and inset on front panel. Tinsley Brothers, London, 1869. First edition. Pages evenly toned throughout with some chipping at fore-edges of first...
London: Macmillan, 1900. 2 volumes. Title pages printed in red & black. Thick 8vos, handsomely rebound in older 3/4 green polished calf; ornate gilt-stamped spines with red and blue leather labels; marbled endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. London: Macmillan and Co., 1900. A near fine copy.
New York: Putnam, 1901. Frontispiece. Illustrated in sepia and black and white with photographs and reproductions of artworks with lettered tissue guards. Decorative title page. 312 pages, (deckle edges), large 8vo, forest green crushed levant with floral gilt stamping, (hinges starting to crack slightly but still firm) raised spine bands, inner gilt rubricated dentelles, top edge gilt, and mottled endpapers. New York: Putnam, 1901. A very good(+) copy. Bookplate on front attached endpaper.
New York: Scribner, 1923. Newly translated into English by John Addington Symonds. Fine mezzotint frontispiece portrait, and 16 other illustrations throughout. 464 pages. Short thick 8vo, attractively bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in contemporary 3/4 red morocco over marbled boards; gilt-decorated spine, top edge gilt. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. A near fine copy.
Paris: Union Latine d'Editions, 1935. Translated by Francis de Miomandre. Illustrated throughout by Berthold Mahn. Complete in 5 volumes (4 volumes plus La Vie de Cervantes). Thick 8vo, full orange polished calf with blind-stamped covers and gilt-lettered spines, uncut edges and top edges gilt; protected in decorative board slipcases. Paris: Union Latine d'Editions, 1935. Near fine. Limited edition - number 4321 of 7000 copies Despite the high limitation, quite scarce in full leather.
Paris: Bohaire, 1836. 488pp., tall 8vo. Full green calf, double gilt fillet border enclosing handsome blind-tooled Cathedral design within blind borders, back finely tooled, a.e.g. Paris: Bohaire, 1836. First Edition. Near Fine. Remarkably full account of the Code de Duel, in a strikingly fine binding, and with a signed inscription by the Author.
Paris: Chez Janet et Cotelle, 1821. Engraved frontispiece portrait in first volume. 4 volumes. Slim 8vos, very handsomely bound (marked "Serre" on spine) in 3/4 contemporary brown polished calf over mottled boards; ornately gilt spines with thick raised bands, marbled endpapers, uncut edges. Paris: Chez Janet et Cotelle, 1821. Nouvelle edition, enrichie d'un notice sur la vie. Some light scattered foxing throughout, still a near fine copy of this rather attractive set.
New York: Heritage, 1949. Translated by Constance Garnett. Revised, and with an introduction by Avrahm Yarmolinsky. Illustrated with black & white lithographs by Fritz Eichenberg. 604pp. Small thick 4to, rebound in 1/2 green morocco over green cloth; gilt-stamped spine with raised bands. New York: The Heritage Press, (1949). A fine copy.
Paris: Calmann Levy, 1903. Full page frontispieces in each volume, and richly illustrated throughout the text with woodcuts by J. Huyot after the original works by Maurice Leloir. 2 volumes. 4to, , 499, ; , 488,  pages with text in French. Handsomely bound by Hatchards in 3/4 crimson pebbled morocco; gilt-ruled and lettered spines with raised bands, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, original wrappers bound in. Paris: Calmann Levy, 1903. Edition de Grand Luxe. Fine.
Paris: Gauthier-Villars et Fils, 1895. Illustrated throughout with nicely printed portraits and other historical reproductions. 3 volumes. lxviii, 519; 572; 646pp. Very thick short 4tos, beautifully rebound by Stroobants in older 3/4 tan morocco over marbled boards; ornate gilt-stamped spines with burgundy leather labels; uncut edges, t.e.g., original wrappers bound-in, marbled board slipcase (worn). Paris: Gauthier-Villars et Fils, 1895-1897. Fore-edges foxed, and also some light foxing throughout the first volume, otherwise a fine copy in a lovely binding.
London: Macmillan, 1902. 7 volumes. Frontispiece portrait in each volume. 8vo, beautifully bound by Riviere & Sons in 3/4 brown morocco with ornate gilt-decorated spines, top edges gilt. London: Macmillan, 1902. Limited edition -- one of 775 sets. A fine set in lovely bindings.
London: Maggs Bros, 1999. Profusely illustrated with color photography of beautiful books and bindings. 278 pages, 4to, black pictorial wrappers. London: Published for the Wormsley Library by Maggs Bros Ltd. 1999. A near fine copy.
London: Toovey, 1869. 3 volumes. With Notes critical and Explanatory by William Gifford. A new edition, carefully revised, with additions the text and notes by Rev. Alexander Dyce. 8vo, nicely bound by Matthews in full brown morocco binding simple with raised bands and gilt lettered spine; intricate inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. London: James Toovey, 1869. Joints cracked and repaired on all volumes, otherwise near fine and unread. Large paper edition.
Boston: Little Brown, 1891. With an introduction by Andrew Lang. Beautifully illustrated with 21 full-page photogravure plates, including 6 in sepia, from watercolors by Garrett. There are 4 smaller photogravures in the introduction, and 65 decorative head/tailpieces throughout. xxi, [i], 178pp. Royal 8vo, beautifully bound in full wine morocco with elaborate multi-colored floral leather doublures; decorative silk endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. (spine slightly faded; light marginal soiling on several pages). House in a fleece-lined marbled board slipcase with morocco tips...
London: Van Voorst, 1843. With 32 engraved illustrations by William Mulready. xvi, 306, plus 6 pages of ads. Thick 8vo, beautifully bound by R.R. Donnelley & Sons in full deep green morocco; unique floral gilt-stamped covers and spine; inner dentelles; decorative floral silk endpapers and doublures, all edges gilt. Housed in a simple green felt-lined cloth slipcase. London: John Van Voorst, 1843. Spine is evenly darkened to brown, otherwise a fine copy in a handsome binding.
Long Crendon, Bucks: Seven Acres Press, 1933. 5 hand-colored woodcut illustrations, 3 full page. Thin, small folio, hand-bound in full leather with inset medallion & gilt borders. Long Crendon, Bucks, 1933. Limited Edition. Number 91 of only 100 copies, signed by Haberly who wrote, illustrated & bound the book. Haberly was an American poet, letterpress printer & educator who printed books under his own imprint of Seven Acres Press. The leather dentelles have offset on the opposing blank pages; leather bookplate, otherwise fine.
New York: Harper, 1905. 113 pages, short slim 8vo, original green cloth with magnificent gilt-stamped art nouveau coves designed by Henry Thayer, marked with the "DD" monogram of Decorative Designs Company; uncut edges, top edge gilt. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1905. Second printing. Just a bit worn at tips, still a very good(+) copy.
Philadelphia: Barrie, 1915. 10 volumes, 8vo, handsomely rebound in 3/4 brown morocco over marbled boards; gilt-ruled and lettered spine with raised bands. all edges gilt. Philadelphia: Barrie, (1893). Part of the Complete and Unabridged Novels. Edition de Bibliophile, limited to 250 sets on Japanese vellum. Containing 519 etchings, in two printings, one in black and one in bistre, and 75 double page etchings in black, all on Japanese vellum.