Japan: Fujiya Hotel, 1935. Packed with 355 small illustrations, some in spot color. 200 pages, printed Oriental-style on folded rice paper with side-sewn silk wrappers; folding cloth slipcase (lightly rubbed and spine faded) with bone clasps. Japan: Fujiya Hotel, (1935). Second printing. A near fine copy in a very good folding case.
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Antibes, France: 1970. 1 page, 10.5 x 8 inches, Antibes, France, June 11, 1970. In this letter, Gallico is expressing his displeasure for having received a damaged parcel of books sent to him while abroad, and which was supposed to include an edition of his Lou Gehrig book, in part: "...the packet of books arrived in very bad shape, having come to France during a custom's strike...and at a time when the Custom's people vent their considerable spite...The package had.....
Amserdam: J.F. Bernard, 1736. Title page in red & black. 9 plates (out of 13) engraved plates, including 2 double-paged. Folio, old leather, quite scuffed and missing some leather at the extremes of the spine; spine with raised bands, lettered & decorated in gilt, marbled end-papers. Amsterdam: J.F.Bernard, 1736. First Edition.