New York: Daniel Fanshaw, 1841. 352 pages. Small oblong 4to, original green printed paper boards with leather spine. New York: Daniel Fanshaw, 1841. First edition. Front endpaper lacking and some very light scattered foxing, still a very good(+) copy of this very scarce book.
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Prague: Artia, 1965. Color illustrations. 73p., Square 4to, orange cloth, d.w. (Prague): Artia, (1965). Very good (+). Latin hymns of the Bohemian Gothic and Renaissance influenced in Central Europe by creative folk expression. Musical notation and illustrations from a Czech illuminated manuscript, the Krumlov Codex.Text in German, French & English. Phonograph record inserted in back cover pocket.
London: Strahan, 1739. 223 pages. 12mo, bound in full brown morocco, decoratively engraved spine with leather label. London: William Strahan, 1739. First Edition. A near fine copy with just a bit of toning in the margins. Scarce. The first Wesley hymn book. Contains the first appearance of the famous hymn "Hark the Herald Angels Sing"