New York: 1954. Extremely rare contract from the vaults of Hometown Village Music. 4to. 1 page, Village Music Company, 1619 Broadway, New York City, August 26th 1954, to Miss Gloria Shayne and Noel Regney (before they were married), whereby Sidney Prosen proposes an up-date to a previous contract, based on the trio's success, in part: "...Your signature where indicated below constitutes this is a binding agreement between us. Note: in consideration of the unusual and successful endeavors by ourselves in.....
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San Juan: Pava PRints, 1962. Glosa de Epifania/A Twelfth Night Tale. In Spanish and English. Translated by Harriet de Onis. Musical ornaments by Jack Delano and mounted color and gilt illustrations by Irene Delano. Title in red and black, 33pp., slim 4to, blue boards with mounted color illustration on front cover. San Juan, PR: Pava Prints, 1962. Near Fine.
1918. Original poster. Color lithograph. 28" x 19" This World War I Red Cross poster features a nurse holding a scroll that reads 'Where Columbia Sets Her Name Let Every One of You Follow Her', standing next to a figure of Columbia holding a pen and wearing an American flag around her waist. There is some toning to top margin, but the image is unaffected and the poster is otherwise in very good condition.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1898. Decorations By Will Bradley and Adrian Iorio. 32 pages. Tall narrow 8vo, staple-bound wrappers. Printed throughout in red & black. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company & Cambridge: University Press, (1898). First edition. Several small chips and tears at edges and at head of spine, still a very good copy, internally fine. Arranged and Printed for Dodd, Mead & Company by Will Bradley at the University Press, in Cambridge, Mass.
Paris: Editions du Delta, 1935. Illustrated with 5 original etchings by Lydis, tissue guards. Title page printed in red and black. 45pp. Short thin square 4to, original printed wrappers (worn and clumsily taped along spine; new plain white outer wrapper), interior is fine, uncut edges. Paris: Editions du Delta, (no date, circa 1935). A very good copy. Scarce. Number 92 of only 300 copies printed. Inscribed by both author and artist on the front endpaper.
London: Limited Editions Club, 1931. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. Introduction by Edward Wagenknecht. 129pp. Small 4to, decorative beige cloth (spine somewhat darkened as usual); uncut edges, t.e.g, housed in an illustrated board slipcase (slipcase worn). London: Limited Editions Club, 1931. A near fine copy. One of 1500 numbered copies, signed by Arthur Rackham.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1843. Frontispiece & 3 plates by John Leech, all hand colored as issued; 4 woodcut text illustrations. 2 pages of undated ads at end. 166 pages. Small slim 8vo, light brown vertically ribbed cloth, stamped in blind with single line & decorative border; gilt wreath surrounding the title; spine with gilt lettering & ornaments, gilt edges. London: Chapman & Hall, 1843. First Edition. First issue, with red & blue title page, mottled green end-papers & Stave.....
Philadelphia: Lippincott. Color frontispiece and 11 other mounted color plates by Arthur Rackham. Many b/w line drawings. 4to, white vellum, pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt. Uncut edges, t.e.g. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, no date, . Limited Edition - one of only 100 copies, signed by Rackham. An absolutely fine, bright copy, except for the missing silk ties.
England: Limited Editions Club, 1933. With 7 color illustrations by Hugh Thomson. 71 pages. Thin 4to, yellow cloth with GCP logo on cover, uncut edges, top edge blue. England: The Golden Cockerel Press for members of The Limited Editions Club, 1933. Some light spotting and darkening at edges of cloth, still a very good clean copy, lacking the slipcase. One of 1500 numbered copies. Designed by Robert Gibbings and printed at The Golden Cockerel Press, with posthumous water color illustrations.....