Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1954. First Edition. Approx. 5.75" x 8.5" VG hardcover in VG blue dustjacket with red accent and white lettering. Ex-library with associated stamps and markings, including subtle abrasion to front and rear pastedowns as from removal of pocket or stickers. Gently cocked, lightly soiled boards rubbed and fraying at corners and spine ends. Multiple small chips to crinkled and abraded corresponding areas of age-toned jacket, now protected in clear mylar overlay; significant shallow creases across surfaces. Wear along stress lines; rear book flap has separated completely from jacket rear, but is present and protected in Brodart. Dampstain has darkened jacket rear. Text block near spine head continues dampstain with no discernible bleed-through to interior of book beyond subtle browning to gutter of hinges at rear endpapers, which are starting, and at next-to-last pages. Similarly, faint dampstain near bottom of deckled text block fore-edge seeps only to ffep, half-title page and list of author's previous works; front hinges also starting. Mild foxing to a few interior pages; volume otherwise clean and tight throughout. Case #8.
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Patavii [Padua]: Josephus Cominus [Giuseppe Comino], 1750. Octavos, 2 volumes; VG; bound in contemporary paper boards, newly rebacked with spines and labels preserved, spines tan with paper labels and handwritten black lettering; some rubbing and wear to boards; portions of volume 1 uncut, volume 2 largely uncut; small bookseller label to front pastedowns; interiors clean; wide margins; , 592, , xlviii, 415, ; shelved case 10.
Bordeaux, France: 1570. Thick quarto in light brown, embossed hardcovers and spine; condition: Good; covers show substantial fraying and small tears on edges; open gutter at front; binding strong, but title and first pages loose; long inscriptions on end pages and title page, dated 1575; occasional marginalia; paper faded and slightly wavy; pp. 594; in Latin; shelved in Case # 3; please contact us for shipping costs.
London: Riccardo Bancker, 1791. Set of 9 small octavos in 3/4 burgundy and beige moire hardcovers with gold gilt on spine; VG; boards with moderate soiling or shelf wear; strong binding; ex-libris small sticker and previous owner's name; paper slightly foxed and discolored; text clean, in Italian; dusty edges; altogether in good condition; first edition of Bandello's novels were published in 1554; shelved above Sociology; please contact us for shipping costs.
London: George Bell and Sons, 1908, 1902. First Series is 1908 reprint. Second series is 1902 first edition. Two octavo 152pp. & 152pp. hard covers in VG condition. Author signed and personally inscribed each volume to previous owner on blank pages before title pages. Ex. libris pasted on front paste down end paper. Rebound, tan leather corners and spine, and marbled paper covering. Boards show some bumping, shelf wear, handling. Spine has 5 raised bands and gilt decorations and lettering. Top edge gilt. Text has minimal foxing, very light age toning along leading edge on some pages. Text clean. Binding is very tight and sturdy. Shelve in case 12.
Leipzig, Germany: Hans-Peter Schulz and Galerie am Sachsenplatz, 1987. Limited Edition. folio, 11 loose leaves; VG; housed in a gray clamshell box with a tan label and black lettering, case has minor shelfwear; of a limited edition of 25, this is copy number 21; contains one loose leaf with information in German and ten loose leaves of etchings; verso of all ten leaves are signed by the publisher, numbered 21/25; contains the following plates: Bildnis Helene Berlit, Helene Berlit nach links, Parkweg, Grablegung (Beweinung), Gebirgslandschaft, Winterlandschaft, Berge und Häuser, Flußlandschaft, Kleine Gebirgslandschaft, Kartoffelernte; IR consignment; shelved front table.
London: Printed for the Editor, 1736;1673;1700. First English Edition. 17cm by 10cm full leather binding. LVII, 240 pp. 57 page introductory 'memoirs and testimonies'. Multiple [dated] title pages to different sections, [the last by a different author: Castamore, and possibly others]. Divorce and Re-Marriage ; Adultery and Divorce ; Conjugium Languens ...Conjugal Infidelity and Impunity [1700: Castamore]. Front and rear boards somewhat loosely attached, but held in place by the binding's internal cordage. Small nicks and abrasions to leather. Spine gilt title worn away, but 'Cases of Divorce' still faintly visible. Uniform age-toning and light foxing to pages. Text varies in darkness of printing; all is legible, but some pages are considerably lighter and less distinct than others. Endpapers with uneven tanning and some stains. Author's name spelled Barnardino and Bernardino in different places. Quite scarce. AM Consignment. Shelved case 4.
London: Blacker, himself, 1855. Second Edition. Small Octavo, xi, , viii, , 259 pages; VG: bound in contemporary full brown calf with a double-ruled gilt border, rebacked with new brown leather spine, previous black leather label with gilt lettering preserved; some pages uncut; mild and scattered foxing to interior; with 20 plates plus frontispiece, 18 in color; shelved case 10.
Venetia: Domenico Farri, 1573. Small octavo; 240 pp. Contemporary vellum. Very good; vellum somewhat wrinkled and cracked; a few wormholes; hinges starting; interior clean. In this work on the origin of man, Boemus compares cultures from the Old World as well as recent reports from Africa and Asia, thus comprising an survey of of all that was then known of Spanish Central and South America. Text in Italian. Shelved in Case #3.
Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1900/1903. First Edition. Folios, 2 volumes; G; bound in publisher's oxblood cloth, gilt lettering and tooling to front covers and spines; moderate wear and rubbing to boards, including shaken bindings to both volumes; volume 2 has water-staining to spine, upper gutter edge of text block, discoloration to spine; 'Albert S. Burleson' engraved by publisher on front board of volume 1; Illustrated with 322 gravure plates. A handsome set with many fine architectural photographs and plans, portraits, and historical prints and photographs; heavy, please contact for shipping costs; DG consignment; shelved above case 3.
London: Grant Richards, 1903. First Edition, First Issue. Octavo, [vi], 424, 12 [ad] pages; VG; bound in original red cloth lettered in gilt; housed in a VG green cloth slipcase with chemise, black label with gilt lettering; top edge tof ext block gilt; Very minor rubbing and shelfwear to cloth, small white paint stain to head of spine; front pastedown has the bookplates of collectors A. Edward Newton and Barton Currie; RD consignment; shelved case 2.
London: Fielding and Walkes, 1778. First edition. Small octavo in brown leather with small letters on spine; condition: Good; boards slanted upwards, with substantial soiling and shelf wear; spine with open tearing at top and bottom, but not detrimental to binding, secured with brown tape; inscription inside both covers; frontispiece portrait of Benj. Franklin; paper heavily discolored and slightly wobbling; some pencil marks on edges; text clean; pp. 163; shelved in Case # 4; MM consignment.
New York: McLoughlin Bros. . First Edition. Octavo, 48 pages; VG-; Bound in original publisher's binding: red cloth with Eastlake-style pattern in black and gilt, and a full-color pictorial onlay of a duck in a top hat and coat; pink endpapers; rebacked in 3/4 red leather, original large spine label preserved; 16 pages with some level of repair; with 48 2/3 page color illustations; Most illustrations signed: Cogger, sc.; three signed: John Karst; the illustration of Dr. Drake on the upper board signed: Wevil.; Advertised in McLoughlin's catalogue for 1876-77; half-title's present for each part; Leaves printed on one side only; printed sides facing each other; gift inscriptions and cards to front pastedown, free blank; mild foxing and fingerprint smudges; colors extremely bright; extremely scarce; shelved case 14.
New York: The Grolier Club, 1901. Limited Edition, one of 325 copies. 8vo, unpaginated; VG; spine brown leather with blind tooling, obscured by chemise; bound in original pigskin decorated with blind tooling, with brass clasps, both working; marbled endpapers; housed in the publisher's felt-lined chemise and slipcase, G, chemise has some fraying and mild wear, slipcase has moderate wear, still sturdy enough to hold the volume, rear panel detached on three sides, top edge threatening to detach; one of 325 copies on Whatman paper (and three on vellum); Translated by Robert Copland from the French Version Published in Paris in 1504. A Literal Reprint in the Types of Wynkyn de Worde after the Unique Copy Printed by him on Parchment in London MCCCCCXII; shelved case 12.
New York: Francis P. Harper, 1895. New edition; with Memoir, New Map and Other Illustrations. Set of three octavos in dark green hardcovers with gold letters on spine; VG; moderate soiling; good binding; deckle edges dusty; frontispiece portraits; some pages uncut; text clean; vol. 1 Memoirs; vol. 2 Arkansas and Mexico; vol. 3 Index and large folded map in separate compartment; please contact us for shipping costs; EM consignment.; shelved case 1.
New York: Sheldon and Company, 1874. First Edition. Octavo, 256 pages; G-; bound in publisher's brown cloth, gilt and black tooling; mild rubbing and wear to boards, corners bumped; front gutter shaken and loosening; multiple old newspaper clippings pasted to endpapers, also pasted to rear of one plate, some offsetting from clippings present; one endpaper loose, but present; with portrait frontispiece; shelved case 1.
New York: The Devin Adair Company, 1940. De Luxe Large Paper Edition. Quartos, Four volumes; VG; bound in publisher's 1/4 burgundy cloth, beige cloth boards, spines with red labels, gilt lettering; some sun-fading to spines; signed by Dawson on tipped-in page in volume 1; color plates with printed tissue-guards; heavy, please contact for accurate shipping costs; shelved above California.
New York: Walker and Company, 1967. Limited First Edition [#91/100]. 4to., unpaginated, VG/VG-; beige paper DJ, spine beige (age-toned brown) with small black text, front cover beige with black lettering; mild shelfwear to DJ (e.g., age-toning to spine and fore-edge, mild rubbing to edges); top right-hand corner of front flap clippd, DJ protected by mylar; beige paper boards, spine beige with small black text, front board beige with black lettering; mild bumping/age-toning to head and tail of spine, cocking to spine; bumping/mild age-toning to corners of boards; interior clean; No. 91 out of 100 numbered and signed first edition copies stated to limitation page; SIGNED by de Kooning in pencil to limitation page; contains 26 black and white facsimiles of charcoal illustrations drawn by de Kooning in 1966 stated to front flap of DJ and second to last page; DG consignment; shelved Case 11.
Paris: Chez Le Normant, 1822. First Edition. Octavo, XXVI, 544 pages; VG; 1/4 bound in brown leather, marbled boards; paneled spine with gilt lettering, gilt and blind tooling; marbled text block and endpapers; moderate wear and rubbing to boards; lower fore corner of rear board has been bent twice, chipping to head and tail of spine; small sticker with previous owner's information on front pastedown; ribbon; mild foxing to interior; shelved case 12.
1990. First Edition. Octavo, 88 pages; VG; magazine, slight wear to edges. Some slight staining and damage to the lower-left corner of the front cover where the address label has been removed. The January 8, 1990 issue of People Weekly features a large photo of Princess Diana on the cover, with her flat signature on the front cover in black Sharpie.; Featuring their 11th Annual Readers' Poll, questions relating to Princess Diana include "Who is having more fun, Fergie or Di?", "If you were Princess Di, would you take a lover?", and "If you were Prince Charles, would you take a mistress?". There is a full-page ad on page 74 for 'Diana - The Making of a Princess' on VHS. In an interesting piece of foreshadowing, pages 85-87 features Mohamed Al Fayed and his purchase and restoration of the Paris villa of the late Duke and Duchess of Windsor (King Edward VIII). His son, Dodi Fayed, was in a romantic relationship with Diana, Princess of Wales, with whom he died in a car crash in Paris on 31 August 1997.; BL consignment; shelved case 5.
London: Bradbury and Evans, 1846. First Edition, Second State. 16mo. Red cloth; gilt lettering and illustration on front board; all edges gilt. Illustrated. Very good. Rebacked, with parts of the original spine laid down. Spine rubbed, with hinges splitting and separating at spine top. Previous owner's signature on front endpaper. Text block gilt. Consignment. Case #4.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1845. First Edition, First Issue. 16mo. Publisher's original red cloth stamped in gilt. Rebacked, with parts of the original spine laid down. Yellow endpapers. All edges gilt. Complete with the initial ad leaf, half-title, engraved frontispiece and vignette title-page. With the publisher's imprint within the border of the engraved vignette title. Boards rubbed and worn at extremities. Slightly cocked. Previous owner's gift inscription on the front free endpaper. Text age-toned but generally clean. Good solid copy. Shelved in Case #4.
Thornwillow Press, 1999. Limited Edition, #89/185. Large Octavo, 107 pages; VG; bound in half black morocco and dark blue paper boards, housed in a VG black cloth clamshell; top edge of text block gilt, decorated endpapers; signed on colophon by Donald, #89/185; with three tipped-in photogravure portraits & two fold-out facsimile letters; V consignment; shelved case 1.
Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 2011. Deluxe Limited Edition, #33/400. Quartos, 2 volumes; VG; bound in full burgundy leather, gilt lettering to spine; housed in publisher's red cloth slipcase; facsimile edition, fron the publisher: "with the original cover design from the 1894 edition beautifully stamped in two colors, Florentine stamping on the inside of the covers, raised "hubbed" spine deeply embossed with genuine 22kt gold, Printed marbled endsheets, All 250 Maurice Leloir illustrations from the historic 19th century edition"; limited edition with limitation page and loose certificate, #33/400; in excellent condition; shelved case 7.
New York: Doubleday, 1967. First Edition. Octavo, 400 pages; VG/VG; spine is beige with black lettering; dust jacket is in a mylar covering, has price cut, has minor wear along the top and bottom edges, with minimal fraying at the top and bottom of the spine, spine has minor discoloration due to sun exposure; binding and pages clear; signed by Dwight Eisenhower on a plate on the ffep; SG Consignment; shelved case 5.
Washington, DC: Franck Taylor, 1837. First Edition. Octavo, 310 pages; Fair; ex library copy with stamp and numeric code on the title page; quarter bound in green cloth, paneled spine has gilt lettering; binding has significant wear, with severe detachment of both the front and back boards, has creasing and damage along the spine, on the front and back cover, and along all edge, has chipping and fraying on the top and bottom of the spine and on the fore edge corners, has scratch marks and heavy rubbing and discoloration throughout; pages have age toning, have tearing and crinkling in several locations, have moderate detachment in several locations, have minor blotching, have dust build up along the top edges; contains a fold out map; shelved case 9 3/4. 1 preliminary leaf, [v]-xii, 310 pages : frontispiece, folded map, plans.
London: A. Miller, 1752. First Edition, Second State. 12mo., 4 volumes; VG; newly rebound in full paneled imitation period calf, signed by H. T. Wood, London; paneled spines with 2 morocco labels and gilt titling; unwashed, but clean; contains original fly-leaves; name and date of 1784 on original blank leaf of volume 1; The titlepages of volumes 2-4 omit "In four volumes"; First Edition, Second State, with volume 3, page 191 having the corrected 'at the Folly.'; With the "Universal-Register-Office" advertisement at end of volume two; shelved case 13.
Berlin: Scalo, 2003. First Edition, First Printing. 4to., 127 pp., VG/VG; DJ white with black lettering; mild age-toning/shelfwear to DJ, protected by mylar; black cloth boards, gray lettering to spine; cocking to spine and boards, boards somewhat shaken, binding sturdy; INSCRIBED by Frank to half-title page; interior pristine, contains 90 black and white plates; "First Scale Edition" stated to copyright page; published in 2003 in conjunction with an exhibit at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC than ran from May 10 to July 14, 2003; includes a 23 pp. staple-bound pamphlet (mild shelfwear to pamphlet, interior clean, text by Brookman); contains ephemera (postcard and card invitations to a special preview of the Frank exhibit at the Corcoran); shelved Case 11.
Halle: Verlegt im Wäysen-hause, 1728. Thick Square Octavo, , 1448 pages, ; VG; bound in contemporary vellum, moderate soiling and staining, faded black ink lettering to spine; small crack to upper edge of front hinge; text block red; with engraved frontispiece; lower edge of title page has publication information slightly trimmed; interior clean; text block red; EH consignment; shelved case 3.
London: John Stockdale, 1793. First edition thus. Two volumes. Tall octavo; xii, 225; vii, 175; engraved titles to each volume, engraved frontispiece and 67 plates, including 12 by William Blake. Contemporary calf, rebacked, with gilt-decorated spine and spine label laid down. Very good; slightly rubbed at extremities; interior shows scattered foxing; offsetting from plates. Shelved in Case #7.
New York: Artists Equity Association, 1954. First edition. Limited edition of 2000 copies, of which this is number 1315. Quarto. Illustrated stiff wraps, plastic comb binding. From the colophon page: "This is Volume V of Improvisations. First conceived in 1950 from an idea by Julio de Diego, Improvisations has been accepted as a novel and original medium by advertisers in sympathy with the ideals of the Artists Equity Association. The member-artists who illustrated this journal were in most cases selected by the advertisers from our membership list and were given complete freedom of expression. Each page was designed by the artist directly on the litho plate, thus making this a collection of original lithographs." Contains works by forty-nine artists including Chaim Gross, Jacob Lawrence, Jack Levine, Ben Shahn, Louise Nevelson, and Raphael Soyer. Printed in color or monochrome on a variety of paper stocks. Very Good indeed, very tight and clean internally, with only the slightest soiling to rear wrapper. Shelved in Case #11.
Washington, DC: P. Haas, 1840. First Edition. 10vo, 44 pages; Fair; fully bound in green cloth, front cover has embossed gilt lettering and tooling; ex library copy with numerical code on the back of the title page; binding has severe wear, with both boards completely detached, with heavy wear along the edges along the fore edge corners, spine has heavy chipping at the top and the bottom, and has rubbing; pages have heavy age-toning, frequent blotching, occasional tearing, and discoloration along the edges of the text block; original owner's name is written on the inner front board in ink; profusely illustrated with 1 leaf frontispiece, 20 plates (1 folded) 2 folded plans; shelved case 9 3/4.
San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1940. first limited edition (210 copies). Thick, tall folio in grey cloth hardcovers with four-band embossed leather spine and gold letters; VG; printed on Canson & Montgolfier ancient paper made in France, with deckle edges; special elzevir type designed by Frederic W. Goudy; pp. 193; shelved above Case # 2; please contact us for shipping costs.
London: Gay and Bird, 1906. First Edition. Octavo, 120 pages; VG; in tan cloth boards, black lettering on spine, black, red, and yellow illustration on front board; gift inscription on ffep; spine slightly cocked, boards slightly bowed; Oliver Herford was a writer, artist, and illustrator whose cartoons and humorous verse appeared in journals such as Life, Woman's Home Companion, Century Magazine, Harper's Weekly, The Masses and Punch; an incredibly scarce book; shelved case 0.
Boston: Samuel Walker, 1845. Second American Edition. Quartos, 2 volumes; VG; bound in contemporary polished calf, elegant gilt borders to boards, spine with gilt titling and tooling; all edges of text block gilt; marbled endpapers; mild rubbing and wear, primarily to corners; lower front hinges threatening to crack; With 41 full-page engraved plates as called for in Sabin, 39 of which are called for in the Binder's Instructions (10 in Volume 1 and 27 in Volume 2, including a map of north America), plus a frontispiece to each volume, plus 3 plates uncalled for: Tomb of Washington, Mount Vernon, Volume 2, page 452, states volume 1, page 319 - Exchange, New York, volume 2, page 392 - Custom House, Boston, volume 2 page 356; CO consignment; shelved case 1.
Amsterdam: Broer Jansz, 1635. First Edition. Small Quarto, , 382 pages; G; bound in contemporary worn calf, rebacked with brown calf, black label with gilt lettering; lacking pages 383-400; with 18 out of 19 emblems and 2 other plates of symbolic character; with engraved title page; first 6 pages with repair to gutter; names written to front pastedown; scarce; shelved case 0.
London: William Baynes, 1813. First Thus. Folio, 212 pages; G+; Brown leather spine with gilt lettering; 3/4 leather; newly rebacked with boardd and spine preserved; Some rubbing and scratches to boards; Corners bumped and beginning to fray; Bumping to fore-edge; Text block is age toned but free of marking; Some foxing throughout, B&W plates all excellent; JP Consignment; Shelved above mythology.
Wm. H. Allen and Co. London, 1841. First English edition. Octavo; xxxv, 443 pp. + 91 pp. appendix; errata page. With large folding map and two plates. Original three-quarter leather, blue cloth, marbled endpapers and fore-edges. Spine has five raised bands, leather spine label. VG, with rubbing to spine bands and extremities, as well as top edge of front board. Text clean and tight. Shelve in Case #9 Afghan Collection.
London: C. Bathurst, J. Rivington and sons, 1777. Octavo hardcover in good condition. Good copy. Ex libris in pencil on first front free end paper. Bumping and shelf wear. Text age toned and foxed. Leather or leatherette cover chipped at extremities, worn to boards at corners and hinges. Boards rubbed. Spine head chipped down to binding head. Binding sturdy, but open in places. Spine is brown with five raised bands. Shelve in case 7. GP consign.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1953. First Edition, First Printing. 8vo., 240pp.; VG; spine green with black and red lettering; fore spine edge has been repaired with tape; corners bumped; water stain to lower fore corner of text block, does not impact text; paper browned; Inscribed by Hughes to Maude Lassiter, dated May 5, 1953, on ffep; stated first printing; shelved case 2.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1957. First edition. Octavo, 52pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Bumping and shelf-wear. Dust jacket is encased in a protective mylar covering. Heavy foxing to dust jacket; lighter foxing to boards, text block and endpapers. Light soiling to rear panel of jacket. Sunning, rubbing, and chipping to spine of jacket. Spine cracked. Some signatures loosening. Previous owner's name and address to front paste-down endpaper. Light crease to half-title page. Good copy only. Signed and dated (20th Oct. 57) by Ted Hughes on the front free end page. "The Hawk in the Rain" is Hughes' first book. Shelve: CASE #0 Spine is brown with black text.
Washington: Beverley Tucker, Printer, 1857. First Edition. 4to., 134p., 85pp., 102pp., 114pp., iv, 64pp,; VG; dark brown blind-embossed boards, faded letters to spine; signs of repair to binding, with spine being rebacked, chipping to spine where rebacking is visible; some shelfwear and rubbing, particularly to corners; bump to middle of upper and lower edges of rear board; title page is misspelled, with the 'he' of 'the' missing; pages 51-54 of the botanical report slightly loose; 13 plates/2 woodcuts [lacking maps], 5 plates [complete], 16 plates [complete], plate XXIIa/b, XXVa/b, XLa, XLVI, LXII, LXVI, LXVIII, LXX, LXXIV, XXVI, XXXIV, I?, III, XXIX [complete]; Signature of former president Millard Filmore on front pastedown, with date of Oct. 25, 1859. Filmore (January 7, 1800 – March 8, 1874) was the 13th President of the United States (1850–53). Fillmore and his cabinet rode the first train from New York City to the shores of Lake Erie, and was a big proponent of a transcontinental railroad, urging Congress to authorize the federal funding for one.; This is the California/Oregon volume, with the report by Lieutenant Henry Abbot on the expedition, under the command of Lieutenant R.S. Williamson. They were attempting to find routes from the Sacramento Valley to the Columbia River. The first section described the routes and terrain, followed by sections on the geology, the botany, and the zoological report which included fishes, birds and mammals of the region.; JC consignment; shelved case 1.
London: George G. Harrap, 1936. Limited Edition. Quarto; VG; Ivory leather boards; Gilt lettering to spine and boards with gilt illustration on front; Some bowing to boards, as is typical; Light wear to the edges and corners, rubbing; Binding secure; Light toning to the edges of the text block, interior clean; All illustrations clear; Book has been SIGNED by Rackham on the limitations page and is numbered 459 of an edition of 460. LP consignment, shelved case 14.
Hertford: Stephen Austin, 1855. First Edition in English. Square Octavo, 227, 24 pages; VG; bound in modern 3/4 French morocco by Stikeman, paneled spine with gilt tooling and lettering; gilt text block; with illuminated frontispiece and two title pages, 14 full page woodcuts with illuminated borders in colors and gilt, 17 vignettes in colors and gilt, and 4 woodcut vignettes; all pages of text illuminated in borders of color and gilt; marbled endpapers; gift inscription on endpaper; minor wear to front hinge; consignment; shelved case 0.
New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., 1940. First Edition, First Printing. 8vo., vi, 78pp.; G+/G+; spine green with white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$1.50'; dust jacket has chipping along head and tail of spine, 'H' and 'K' missing from authors name, all edges have some wear; small stain to lower front fore corner; lower edge of rear board has some bite marks, presumably mice, where part has been slightly chewed away, lower half of fold on dust jacket has been separated, with the damage occurring along the entire flap; price on front flap has been crossed out and a small stamp reads 'NET $1'; INSCRIBED on ffep by Helen Keller, in her block lettering; WK consignment; shelved case 3.