USA: ROH Press, 2007. First paperback edition. First Paperback Edition; Octavo; VG+/no-DJ (paperback); Blue spine with thin white text; Covers have general shelf wear, book is relatively clean, some rubbing and slight bending to corners, cover design is vibrant and clear; Text block has general shelf wear, pages 138-143 are slightly bent at the bottom corner, binding and joints are strong, no obvious highlighting/underlining; pp 486.
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Paris: J. Hetzel et Cie (Bibliotheque d'Education et de Recreation), 1902. small 4to., 395pp., 8pp. ads; VG; bound in full red canvas, gilt lettering on spine, front board, gilt text block; some mild shelfwear; beautiful mapmonde (globe) binding, colors bright; slight age-toning to pages, mild foxing throughout; text in French; LP consignment; shelved case 8.
Los Angeles: The Limited Editions Club, 1962. First Edition. Small quarto; VG/no-DJ; white spine with gilt spine label and black text; comes in navy slipcase (in VG condition, with some rubbing); cover has slight rubbing around edges and along spine, boards are strong; textblock is clean; pp 268; limited edition - number 286 of 1500 copies - signed by illustrator.
Norwalk: Heritage Press, 1970. Octavo; VG/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ in slipcase; Spine, blue with gold print; Slipcase is blue without print, spotting and shelfwear to top and bottom edges; Boards in grey paper and blue cloth with gold print, clean and strong; Text block clean and tight, owner bookplate on front pastedown; xiii, 206 pages, frontispiece, color illustrations.
Amsterdam: Uitgevers-Maatschappy, [19--?]-1917. Octavo; Fair/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Set of 14 of the 51 titles by Jules Verne in the copiously illustrated Dutch series “Jules Verne’s Geïllustreerde Wonderreizen” ; Boards are in blue cloth with gold and black debossed print and decorative illustration, all volumes have wear to spine caps and corners, most volumes have cocked spines; all volumes have tanning to endpapers, mild age-toning to paper, spotting to edges, intermittent spine beaks; Text in Dutch; Set includes the following titles: [No. 4.] De Kinderen van Kapitein Grant, Australië (no date) small surface tears to front cover, vendor label on rear cover, text block separated from cover, tear to first page, few loose pages, occasional foxing, especially to initial and final pages, 226 pages — [No. 5.] De Kinderen van Kapitein Grant, de Stille Zuidzee (no date), name in pencil on front flyleaf, slight foxing, color map on final page, 203 pages — No. 6. 20.000 Mijlen Onder Zee, Oostelijk Halfrond (1917), faded spine, shelfwear to covers, text block split at page 64, pp. 66-94 separated from binding, 192 pages — No. 7. 20.000 Mijlen Onder Zee, Westelijk Halfrond, (1917), faded spine, shelfwear, text block separated from cover, 220 pages — No. 7. 20.000 Mijlen Onder Zee, Westelijk Halfrond, (no date), missing title page, stray pencil marks and long hinge tear to half-title page, text block separated from cover, a few loose pages, 220 pages — No. 9. Het Geheimzinnige Eiland, de Luchtschipbreukelingen (naar de 20ste fransche uitgave door Gerard Keller) (1909), pencil notation and doodling to endpapers, 223 pages — [No. 13.] Het Zwarte Goud (no date), small tear to cover at front hinge, text block split at page 2, 208 pages — No. 14. Hektor Servadac, Reizen en Avonturen in de Planetenwereld, de Vulkaan-Bewoners (no date), penciled name on front flyleaf, small vendor label on front pastedown, 208 pages — [No. 19.] De Schipbreuk van de Chancellor, gevolgd door, “Martin Paz” (no date), occasional foxing throughout, especially to initial and final pages, 232 pages — [No. 21.] El Dorado en het Monsterkanon van Staalstad, gevolgd door, Meester Zacharias, (no date) penciled checks to series page, occasional foxing throughout, especially to initial and final pages, 218 pages — [No. 23.] Het Land der Buitenste Duisternis, het Drijvende Eiland, gevolgd door, Een Treurspel in de Wolken (no date), fading to spine, light foxing throughout, especially to initial and final pages, 234 pages — No. 28. Een Vlotreis Achthonderd Mijlen Op de Amazone (1908), text block detached from covers, few loose pages, 219 pages — [No. 29.] Eene Vlotreis, het Raadselschrift, fevolgd door, Een Drijvende Stad (no date), text block split from cover at front hinge, occasional light foxing, 245 pages — No. 41. Robur de Veroveraar (1915), cracked hinges, name in ink on front flyleaf, ink checks on series contents page, 239 pages. Shelved above WWII [Oversized book(s). Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to size/weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates.].
New York: Scribner & Co., 1876. Octavo; G-/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, brown with gold print, raised bands, titled “Scribner’s Monthly, Vol. XI”; Boards quarter bound with dark brown leather to spine and corners, light brown leather to boards, worn, exposed corners and spine caps, scuffing to leather spine and corners, shelfwear to leather boards; Text block has marbled endpapers, cracked hinges front and rear, name in pencil on front endpapers and title page, mild age-toning to paper; Includes the entirety of vol. XI of Scribner’s Monthly, from Nov. 1875 to April 1876; Condensed version of chapter 3 from “The Mysterious Island” found in issues for March (pages 703-712) and April (pages 866-871); iv, 912 pages, illustrated (b&w).
New York: Scribner, Armstrong & Company, 1877. First American Edition. Thick octavo in red and black gilt cloth; VG; book slanted towards the right; moderate shelf wear; slight fraying around bottom edge; strong, sewn binding; age-toned paper clean; text clean; pp. 377; contains 90 full page engravings; in good condition; shelved in Case # 8; please contact us for shipping costs.
Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Co., 1885. 10mo; pp 478; G-; brown spine with brown text to gilt band; no jacket; original publisher's cloth has embossed, decorative design to exterior; some rubbing wear to exterior; minor fraying to fore corners; moderate rubbing to edges; sturdy boards; text block exterior edges has some darkening; patterned endpapers; light pencil to front endpaper; frontispiece with tissue guard; good binding; illustrated;.
Paris: J. Hetzel et Cie. Bibliotheque d'Education et de Recreation, n.d. [1880's]. 4to., 458pp., 8pp. ads; VG-; 3/4 bound, paneled red leather spine with gilt lettering, marbled boards, marbled endpapers; mild shelfwear, including bumping and fraying to corners; some age-toning to pages; text in French; shelved case 6.
Paris: Librairie Hachette, 1921. Reprint. 4to., 340pp.; VG; bound in red cloth, gilt lettering on spine, front board, front board and spine elaborately tooled in black and gilt, one elephant on cover; wrapped in mylar; top edge of text block gilt; some mild shelfwear; mild age-toning; blind-stamp to ffep; text in French; shelved case 8.
Paris: J. Hetzel et Cie. Bibliotheque d'Education et de Recreation, n.d. . Quarto., 467 pages; VG; paneled red leather spine with gilt lettering and tooling, rough red cloth boards with blind embossing to borders; gilt text block; silk endpapers; mild shelfwear; some age-toning to pages; text in French; The work contains 259 beautiful engravings in the text and not 150 as marked on the title page, most of which made by Riou; Captain Hatteras was first released in 1864, but this is the first definitive edition with numerous additions. It was an extraordinary success and a second edition was already drawn in 1867, this time with the date shown on the title page; shelved case 8.
Paris: ; J. Hetzel et Cie. Bibliotheque d'Education et de Recreation, 1867. 4to., 467pp., 220pp.; VG-; 1/4 bound, red leather spine with gilt lettering, marbled boards, endpapers; rebound; mild shelfwear, primarily to board edges and corners; two volumes bound together, pagination not continuous; moderate foxing throughout; Voyage au centre de la Terre has a separate half-title and title page; Voyages et aventures du capitaine Hatteras has the frontispiece; text in French; shelved case 8.
New York: Golden Press, Inc., 1962. Large Octavo; pp 219; Good; blue spine with black and white text; cloth shows slight foxing to exterior; some slight wear to edges; sturdy boards; text block has slight foxing to few pages; some toning to exterior edges; frontispiece; tight binding; pictorial endpapers; illustrated;.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946. Octavo; pp 493; G-; black spine with gilt text; no jacket; cloth shows some rubbing wear to exterior and edges; small chips to spine edges and fore corners; full color illustration and titles to front; sturdy boards; text block has mild age toning to edges; pictorial endpapers; small cracks to hinges; frontispiece; illustrated; good binding;.