London: Nelson, 1869. Illustrated. 286pp., 12mo, green cloth with gilt-decorated spine and medallion on front cover; corners and spine ends bumped, rubbed. London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1869. A very good copy.
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188pp. 12mo, cont. calf; (worn, some foxing). Boston: Etheridge & Bliss, 1807. S&S 11931.
New York: Viking, 1970. Illustrated with black & white photographs by Bob Adelman. Slim 4to, black pictorial boards, d.w. New York: Viking, (1970). First Edition. A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Mannheim: Academicis, 1768. Edited by Franc. Josephi Desbillons. Illustrated with fine copperplate engravings. 2 volumes bound in 1, very thick small 8vo, 3/4 vellum (corners a bit tattered), 615 pages, top edge red, rubricated edges. Mannheim: Academicis, 1768. a Very good (+) copy.
Waltham Saint Lawrence: Golden Cockerel, 1926. Translated by Sir Roger L'Estrange. Wood engraved illustrations by Celia M. Fiennes. 94 pages. Tall 8vo, linen-backed brown boards, uncut edges. Waltham Saint Lawrence: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1926. Limited Edition - number 267 of 325 copies. A fine copy, lacking the dust wrapper. One of 350 numbered copies.
Paris: Harrison, 1931. Illustrated with fifty drawings by Alexander Calder. 124pp. Tall thin 8vo, original boards with blue printed d.w (wrappers slightly foxed); uncut edges, 2-piece red board slipcase is broken. (Paris): Harrison of Paris, (1931). A near fine copy in a good slipcase. From a total edition of 615 copies printed on Auvergne hand-made paper, this is one of only 20 marked "not for sale". The fifth publication of Harrison of Paris.
London: Gollancz, 1936. Decorations by Rex Whistler. 150pp., 8vo, green cloth, d.w.; old price sticker inside front cover, dust wrapper chipped soiled. London: Victor Gollancz, 1936. A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper.
New York: Minton Balch, 1933. Illustrations by.G. Illingworth. 8vo, black cloth, pictorially stamped in gilt. New York: Minton, Balch, 1933. First Edition. Spine slightly faded, but a lovely copy of an uncommon children's book.
1982. Illustrated by Robert Heindel. 511pp. Thick 8vo, gray leather with gilt-stamped cross stitch design, all edges gilt, grey silk moire endpapers. Franklin Libray, 1982. A near fine copy (covers have a subtle lean). 100 Greatest Masterpieces of American literature series.
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. Frontispiece with tissue guard. 376pp., 12mo, re-bound in dark green morocco ,gilt lettered spines with raised bands. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. First American edition.Fine Ads at front list Pink & White Tyranny as "nearly ready". BAL 167.
New York: Gates, Stedman, 1847. 4 illustrations, 64pp., 12mo, blind-stamped brown cloth; heavily foxed, covers lightly worn, small tear to rear cover. New York: Gates, Stedman, 1847. First edition. A very good copy.
Philadelphia: Coates, 1896. Illustrated. 8vo tan cloth stamped in gilt & black; slate end-papers. Philadelphia: Coates, (1896). First Edition First book appearance, the story having been serialized in New York Weekly the previous year. The book is slightly skewed with a touch of wear to the top of the spine, but uncommonly clean and solid.
Boston: Loring, 1868. 8vo, original embossed green cloth, spine title in gilt. Boston: Loring, (1868). First Edition.; First state with "Fame and Fortune" announced for December, and Dick standing alone on the engraved half-title. Good copy of a book frequently found in deplorable condition. The book is cocked; minor blistering and staining on covers; repair to inner front hinge; pencillled bibliographic notes on endpaper, but altogether attractive.
Boston: Loring, 1871. 5 illustrations, including frontispiece; yellow tinted end-leaves. 8vo, green cloth, stamped in gilt & blind; edges rubbed; light shelf-wear. Boston: Loring, (1871). Early edition Third title in the Pluck and Luck series.
Philadelphia: Coates, 1897. Illustrated. 8vo, tan cloth stamped in gilt & black. Philadelphia: Coates, 1897. First Edition. Earliest printing, according to Gardner, with slate colored end-papers and the date on title. The book is very slightly skewed, but otherwise uncommonly bright and solid.
New York: Pantheon, 2006. Profusely illustrated in black and white by Jules Feiffer. Unpaginated oblong 8vo, black cloth, dust wrapper. New York: Pantheon, (2006). First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Inscribed on the half-title page: "To [...] - With much love, and huge gratitude - you made this book happen - Jenny Love, Jules Feiffer."
New York: Sam Gabriel, 1932. Charming color illustrations by Arnold Lorne Hicks. Slim 4to, pictorial boards, cloth spine. New York: Sam Garbiel, (1932). Gummed sheets pasted onto pictures. Previous owners inscription on fly-leaf.
Berlin: Pestalozzi. 8 color plates by Hedwig Collin. Thin small 4to, cloth backed printed boards with colored pictorial label (light shelf-wear & fading). Berlin: Pestalozzi, n.d. 5. Auflage.
New York: Heritage Press, 1948. Trans. by Jean Hersholt. Illustrated in color by Fritz Kredel. 8vo, handsomely rebound in yellow morocco, red leather label. New York: Heritage Press, (1948). A fine copy.
Paris: Laurens, 1935. 8 full page color plates by A. Pecoud and many black & white illustrations throughout the text. 115 pages, slim 4to, pictorial cloth (slightly rubbed) beveled edges. Paris: Henri Laurens, ca 1935. Very Good (+).
Paris: Flammarion, 1947. Illustrations by De Davanzo. 132pp., 4to, patterned orange cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper edgeworn. Paris: Flammarion, (1947). A very good (+) copy in a very good dustw rapper. 10 Tales by Andersen.
New York: Holiday House, 1939. Hand colored illustrations by Hilda Scott. Oblong 48mo, original tan boards, red cloth spine. (New York: Holiday House, 1939). Near Fine.
New York: Crown, 1984. Illustrated in color by Beni Montresor. Adapted by Alan Benjamin. 4to, cloth, d.w. New York: Crown, 1984. First Edition. Presentation copy: "For Howard and his family with a kiss from Beni Montresor 1985"
New York: Workshop of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1950. Small illustration on title page, printed in red & black. 11pp pamphlet sewn with cord. 12mo, original salmon wrappers with paper label on cover (wraps are very faintly dampstained). New York: Workshop of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1950. A very good copy of this charming story.
1948. Translated from the Danish by Jean Hersholt and illustrated in color by Fritz Kredel. 8vo, rebound in full yellow morocco, green leather label, t.e.g. New York: Heritage Press, (1948). A near fine copy.