Color frontis., illus. 8vo, cloth; (cloth spotted). Philadelphia, 1935.
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Philadelphia: 1797. Extremely scarce surviving remnant of an important document signed, 1.75 x 7.75 inches, no date, but almost definitely at the height of his problems in 1797, when Bache decided to sell Benjamin Franklin's house, probably fearing the Federalists would burn it down, in full: "(I) bargain and sell all and every part of my real estate in Philadelphia or elsewhere in Pennsylvania and most especially those two three story brick mansions and the lots of ground on which...
New York: Free Press, 1979. 585pp. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. and cloth lightly soiled, d.w. dampstained. New York: Free Press, (1979).
illus. 4to, cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Barnes, (1964). vg.
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1983. Illustrated (b/w). 319 pages. 8vo., blue cloth, dust wrapper. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1983. A very good(+) copy.
charts, one folding. xii, 445pp. 8vo, cloth; (cloth lightly spotted, otherwise very good). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1935. Presentation copy from Anne Bezanson, Robert D. Gray, and Miriam Hussey, the three authors.
New York: Bloomsbury Auctions, 2000. Introduction by Jeremy Markowitz, Head of Americana at Bloomsbury Auctions. Pictorial endpapers, illustrated throughout in color. 374 pages, 4to, pictorial boards. New York: Bloomsbury Auctions, (2000). A fine copy.
illus. 8vo, cloth, d.w. Boston, (1966).
Frontis. in color. 320 b/w illus. 4to, cloth. Philadelphia, (1925).
New York: Reynal, 1942. Illus. 8vo, brown cloth, d.w. chipped and lightly soiled, cloth dampstained. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, (1942).
illus. 8vo, cloth, d.w. Garden City, 1957.
Boston: Little Brown, 1963. Illus. 625pp. 8vo, yellow cloth, d.w. slightly chipped, d.w. lightly dampstained on blank side and on cloth spine, last blank page and back inner flap of d.w. dampstained. Boston: Little Brown, (1963).
illus. 8vo, cloth. Garden City, 1945.
Frontis. 8vo, cloth, d.w. Cambridge, (1966). A novel.
Philadelphia: 1882. Fine content A.L.S., 8vo. Office of the Public Ledger, Philadelphia, February 2, 1882, to Reverand Stuckland, unable to fulfill a request, in full: "Your polite note is received and I regret I cannot send you a letter of my old friend George Bancroft, the historian as I have already given away as much of his letters as I care to part with." Very good condition. American financier and publisher of the Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Philadelphia: 1862. 8pp. Elephant Folio, front page has some small tears across the folded middle with a small loss of text, several small tears in center margin of the whole newspaper, very small hole to text of last page, most pages with crease or fold lines. Philadelphia, 1862. On the front page in the first one and half columns on the left and concluding in two full columns on the last page is an article on the February 5, 1862...
8vo, cloth, d.w. Port Washington, 1975.
New York: J.H. Colton & Co., 1855. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 15.75" x 13". This beautiful first edition city plan of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania covers from the Delaware River to the Schuylkill River and includes downtown Philadelphia and a part of Camden. Shows streets, notable buildings, parks, railroads and is color coded according to wards. The map was published in J. H. Colton's 1855 "Atlas of the World". In good condition with small chip near top right...
Philadelphia: Printed for James Trenchard, by Trenchard and Stewart, 1789. 2 copper plates. pp. 329-384. 8vo, rebound in new wrappers, many pages with foxing, including plates, lower right corner margin of pages creased. Philadelphia: Printed for James Trenchard, by Trenchard and Stewart, . First Edition The Columbian Magazine was founded by Mathew Carey, James Trenchard, and 3 others in September, 1786. It was "...the first successful American magazine." Mott, History of American Magazines, 1741-1850, page 100. The magazine was published...
New York: Burt Franklin, 1969. With a brief Description of every Article of Human Food Sold Therein, The Introduction of Cattle in America... Volume I, (all published). 621pp. 8vo, tan cloth. New York: Burt Franklin, (1969). Facsimile of the New York, 1862 edition.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996. Many photo Illus. 4to, blue cloth, d.w. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, (1996). Very good(+).
illus. 8vo, cloth, d.w.; (d.w. soiled). Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1948). Signed by both authors.
Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1891. Many plates. 4to, original brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, ex-lib. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1891.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997. Commentaries on the Plates by Kenneth Finkel. 18 color and 90 b/w plates, 69 b/w text Illus. Oblong 4to, blue cloth, d.w. slightly chipped, top and bottom of cloth and part of d.w. faded from sun exposure. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, (1997).
Philadelphia: Privately Printed, 1854. 58pp. Small 8vo, original gray boards, expertly rebacked in new black cloth, boards lightly dampstained and lightly soiled, some edges of boards worn, moderate foxing throughout. Philadelphia: (Privately Printed), 1854. First Edition A satirical poem on individual citizens of Philadelphia. Some pages have 20th century pencil annotations in the margins with names and some additional information on some people mentioned in the poem. Pages 43-58 consist of printed notes by the author, as part of the...