Newtown: Bird & Bull, 2001. 8vo, handsomely bound in green silk cloth with rust morocco spine and green leather spine label; black cloth slipcase. (Newtown): San Serriffe Publishing (i.e. Bird & Bull), 2001. Limited First Edition - Number 9 of only 200 copies. Contains mounted color photographs, a fold-out broadside & 3 woodcut illustrations by Wesley Bates. Lacking the airmail "letter" from Theodore Bachaus, but otherwise fine.
Cleveland: Burows Brotheres, 1895. Text throughout printed in black & red, some pages within highly decorative borders. , 131 pages, 8vo, linen- backed blue holland boards, pictorially stamped in black & red. Cleveland: Burrows Brothers, 1895. First edition. Bradley's masterpiece of American Art Nouveau book design. Number 8 of 40 copies on Japan Paper. Enclosed are 3 portraits of Blackmore & Bradley, on Japan Paper and each numbered 8. Bookplate.
London: Christie's, 2000. Three volumes. Extensively illustrated. Large 8vo, stiff, pictorial wrappers. London: Christie's, 2000. A fine set. Part I: Medieval Renaissance Manuscripts. July 11, 2000. Part II: Early Continental Books. Jully 11, 2000. Part III: English Literature and Manuscripts, Travel Books. July 12 and 13, 2000.
New York: Christie, Manson & Woods, 1987. 7 volumes, including index. Extensively illustrated. 4to, gilt decorated blue cloth, a.e.g. New York: Christie, Manson & Woods International, 1987-1989. A fine set. One of 100 copies with gilt edges. Part I: Fifteenth Century Books including American, Literature and Fine Bindings including The Gutenberg Bible; Part II: Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts; Part III: Printed Books and Manuscripts including Western Americana; Part IV: Printed Books and Manuscripts including Early Printing, Literature and Fine Bindings;...
New York: Grolier Club, 1999. 23 illustration, most printed from the original plates, this includes one that is hand colored, and 4 tipped-in book plates. Brief essay by Kit Currie. 61pp., 12mo, cloth-backed decorative blue boards with gilt front-cover design, slipcase; with 7 engraved plates in separate folding portfolio. New York: The Grolier Club of New York, (1999). A fine copy in a fine slipcase. Number 9 of 40 numbered copies, signed by the author, with additional tipped-in bookplate and hand-colored cut.
New York: 1964. A.L.S. 4to. 2 full pages, personal letterhead, New York City, July 16, 1964, sending the recipient Ex-Libris plate designs, in part: "...Dr. Paul de Zarn (was the physician to President Kennedy) and is our doctor and is one of the best specialists for allergies. All I have at this point is this print (made by hand on Chinese paper). I hope you do not mind. William G. Donovan was a General. He died a few years ago...
Weston: Macy, 1933. Decorative 'W' at beginning of text drawn by Frederick W. Goudy. The book is set by hand by Helen Macy. 10pp., thin 8vo, full blue morocco with gilt lettered title on front cover; covers rubbed, lightly worn at corners and spine ends. Weston, Ct.: Helen George Macy, (1933). Internally fine, a very good copy. 100 copies printed. Reprinted from 'Prose Fancies" by Richard Le Gallienne (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1894).