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New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1957. With a New Introduction by Francis Henry Taylor and Photographs by Samuel Chamberlain. 59 photo plates. 349 pages. Tall 8vo, cloth, gilt leather label, marbled board slipcase. N.Y.: The Limited Editions Club, 1957. Fine in a very good(+) slipcase. One of 1500 numbered copies signed by the illustrator.
Paris: Pierre Tisne, 1950. With "L'Universe de Watteau" by Rene Huyghe, and a catalog of paintings and illustrations by Helene Adhemar. 155 plates, including 19 color tipped-in ones, plus many text illustrations. 262pp., 4to, green cloth with gilt lettering and color plate inlaid on front cover; spine ends discolored and chipped. Paris: Pierre Tisne, (1950). Internally near fine, a very good copy.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1842. 10 volumes. 8vo, beautifully bound in full contemporary dark brown diced calf; gilt-stamped spines with black and red leather labels; marbled endpapers and page edges. Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1842. Fifth edition. A near fine set in a lovely binding. Alison's monumental History of Europe, "by far the most remarkable historical work of the century" -- Allibone, I:52.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1835. 10 volumes. Large 8vo, full contemporary light brown diced calf; gilt and blind-stamped spines with raised bands & tan leather labels, (lightly sunned). Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1835-1842. First and second edition mixed set, uniformly bound. A near fine set in a handsome binding. Alison's monumental History of Europe, "by far the most remarkable historical work of the century" -- Allibone, I:52. The set consists of second editions of volumes I......
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1938. Illus. 8vo, blue cloth, cloth lightly soiled, bottom edge of back cover bumped. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1938. Taped on the back endpaper is a typed letter signed by the author to Stuart Jackson. Stuart Jackson has written pencil annotations on the front flyleaf and has written a few pencil marks in margins of the text.
Original poster mounted on linen. Color lithograph. 28 1/4" x 20 3/8" This stark World War I poster is for "Clothes Collection Week" sponsored by the American Red Cross. The drive aimed to collect "used or new clothing, dresses, underwear, shoes - wearing apparel of every kind" to send to "destitute men, women, and children in Occupied Northern France and Belgium". The collection week ran from March 25 - March 30. This poster is in good condition, with some wear.....