442 color illus., 28 maps. 448pp. oblong 4to, cloth, d.w. (Washington, 1985).
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Photographs by Peter Cheze-Brown, some in color, & two maps. Small 4to, brds., d.w. n.p., (1978).
London: Faber & Faber, 1929. Illustation by Paul Nash. 4p., small 8vo, gray pictorial wrappers. London, n.d. First Edition. Fine. Ariel Poem, No. 19.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1973. Map. 8vo, 1/2 blue cloth, d.w. slightly chipped and lightly soiled. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1973.
356pp. 8vo, boards, d.w.; (minor notes in ink on endpaper). Ithaca: Cornell UP, (1994).
London: Colburn, 1840. 2 Frontispieces + 18 vignette illustrations. 2 vols., 8vo, 20th century 3/4 leather over marbled boards; no spine titles. London: Henry Colburn, 1840. First Edition.
London: Metheun, 1904. Numerous black & white illustrations. 315pp., (very light foxing), 8o, burgundy cloth (lightly rubbed). London: Methuen, (1904). First Edition. Very good (+). With the small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
New York: Samuel Campbell, 1794. , 200 pages, title page chipped with previous owner's neat ink signature on title page and rear fly leaf, another on inside front cover and in the margin of text, occasional foxing, toning and staining, bottom inch and a quarter of page 25/26 is torn and missing. 12mo, full sheep, red leather spine label, rubbed. New York: Samuel Campbell, 1794. Most likely the second edition. A very good(-) copy of this scarce early songbook. OCLC...
Dublin: Browne & Nolan, 1968. Map. Offset lithograph. 18" x 23 1/2". This brightly colored tourist map of the city of Dublin folds out of a pamphlet. A colorful border shows 25 important buildings and landmarks, including Trinity College, St. Audoen's Arch, and the National Gallery, as well as the dates they were established. The map itself has illustrations of different historical scenes at the locations they took place, with explanatory notes. Interesting facts are noted as well, for example...
1907. Map. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". This interesting map of the United States in 1902 depicts libraries and institutions established by Andrew Carnegie. It distinguishes between technical institutions, libraries, and education institutions, also including museums and galleries. A list of institutions he established in Great Britain and Ireland is present as well.
London: Owen davis, 1790. 3 volumes. Volume I: The Peerage of England. Volume II: The Peerage of Scotland. Volume III: the Peerage of Ireland. 91 pages of copper engravings of heraldic plates. Tall 8vo, previous owners bookplate. recased in decoratively gilt tan leather with green and brown spine labels. London: Owen, Davis & Debrett, 1790. Very good (+).
Map. Pen and ink with watercolor. Image measures 18 x 12.5". This anonymous pen and ink map of the British Isles was produced around the middle of the 19th century, likely by a student or apprentice as training in geography, drafting, and penmanship. The relative simplicity of the map suggests that the student was working from a school atlas as opposed to a more elaborate source. Major roads, rivers, and cities are all labeled, but the anonymous cartographer has clearly...
New York: Praeger, 1969. Introduction by Seoirse Bodley. Black & white illustrations. 4to, green cloth, d.w (price clipped and slightly soiled). New York: Praeger, (1969). A fine copy in a very good (+) dust wrapper.
Dublin: Hodges, Figgis, 1945. Frontis. 134pp., 12mo, cloth-backed boards; bookplate inside front cover. Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co., 1945. A very good copy.
London: Privately Printed, 1817. 3 volumes. Small slim 8vo, attractively bound in older 3/4 polished burgundy calf over marbled boards; gilt spines with green leather labels (lightly worn), t.e.g. London: Privately Printed for the author, 1817. First edition. A very good(+) copy of this exceedingly scarce title.
1922. 3.5 x 4.25 inches, no place, no date, circa 1922, in Gaelic, not translated. Includes his title, occupation, a sentiment, and his full signature in Gaelic and English -- a very early and important item. Fine condition. Irish Nationalist and politician who participated in the negotiations leading up to the signature on the Anglo-Irish Treaty. As an officer in World War I, he was stationed in Dublin during the 1916 Easter Uprising and came into contact with many of...
New York: Bernard Geis, 1962. Many Illus. by Paul Hogarth. Small 4to, cloth, d.w. slightly chipped and lightly soiled). (New York): Bernard Geis, (1962).
8vo, cloth, d.w. London: Cassell, (1969). vg.
1920. Illus. 244pp. 8vo, cloth, d.w. (dirty). Boston, 1920. Very good.
New York: Harper, 1973. Photo illustrations. 322pp. 8vo, cloth, d.w. N.Y., (1973). Very good.
Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1986. 200 color Illus. by Michael George. 4to, tan cloth, d.w. Boston: New York Graphic Society, (1986). Very good Inscribed by Michael George, the photographer.
New York: St. Martin's, 1988. 420pp. 8vo, maroon cloth, d.w. New York: St. Martin's Press, (1988). Near Fine.
Canada: Maclean Hunter, 1976. Illustrated. 93 pages, small slim 8vo, green cloth, d.w. Canada: Maclean Hunter Press, (1976). Fine in a near fine dust wrapper.
Dublin: 1925. 3.5 x 4.5-inch card, no place, no date ("Dublin" written on the back), circa 1925. Signed as "James A. Burke" in English: "May the ties of friendship between Ireland and the United States be further strengthened by the breath of freedom." An important and powerful quote from the earliest days of the Irish Free State. Tiny pen notation in the lower left corner; near fine condition. Irish Nationalist and founding member of Cumann na nGaedheal and later Fine...
New York: Lynch, Cole & Meehan, 1873. Frontis. 299pp., small 8vo, decorative green cloth with gilt lettering on spine; some very minor rubbing to corners and edges. New York: Lynch, Cole & Meehan, 1873. A very good (+) copy.