New York: Allen D. Bragdon Publishers, Inc., 1986. 12mo; unpaginated; VG/no-DJ; red spine without text; glassine wraps show slight wear; cloth has minor wear to exterior; slightly age toned papered front with red text and illustration; very slight wear to edges; strong boards; text block has minimal wear to exterior edges; color illustrations; interior clean.
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Boston: George W. Briggs & Co., 1855. First Edition. 8vo., 182pp.; G+; bound in original blind- and gilt-stamped brown cloth, gilt lettering; cover of tail of spine coming loose, head of spine missing, chips to rest of spine; rubbing, bumping, and fraying to corners, board edges; some water damage, cloth on boards has some waviness and air-pockets, lower edge of ffep through title page, page 174-end; water damage to the corners and lower edges of plates; pencil writing to endpapers; colored frontis and five b/w plates; Alcott's first book, a collection of fables about nature she wrote at age 16 for her friend and neighbor Ellen Emerson, the daughter of Ralph Waldo Emerson. It was published in an edition of 1600 copies.; KS consignment; shelved case 7.
Paris: Aubert et Cie. Quartos, unpaginated; Good condition; Worn light brown quarter-bound leather spine with black and gold indented bands and gilded text, significant wear to spine head, foot and hinges, significant rubbing to green cloth board edges, heavy bumping to corners, slight wear to boards, scratching to textblock edges; foxing and age-toning to pages, heavy in some portions and light in others, previous owner name written neatly on title page of both volumes, all plates by Honoré Daumier present (Volume I: 50 plates, Volume II: 51 plates); Volume I  Volume II .
Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1970. Octavo; pp 354; G/G; sunned beige spine with dark green and gilt text; dust jacket has slight sunning to exterior; mylar wraps; cloth shows slight sunning to spine; mild wear to exterior; lightly splayed boards; text block shows slight wear to exterior edges; interior clean; ex-library markings to ffep; previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown.
The University of Texas Press: American Folklore Society, 1975. Second Printing. Second Printing; Quarto; VG-/G+; Spine is light greenish-brown with black text, sunned; DJ has general shelf wear, edge wear, sunned around edges, creasing to edges, age-toning, some small open and closed tears, design is clear; Boards have general shelf wear, light rubbing and bumping to corners and edges, joints and hinges are strong; Text block has general signs of handling, age-toning, light pen and pencil, content is clear; pp 181; Additional shipping cost may be necessary for expedited and international shipping.
New York: Brentano's. Early Edition. 4to., 319pp.; VG-; rebound in bright orange cloth, black lettering on spine; part of original front board preserved and attached to front board, includes the entirety of the title, center illustration, and artist's name; interior has some age-toning and foxing; mild rubbing, staining to rear cover; LP consignment; shelved case 12, Dupont.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, n.d. [c. 1924]. First Edition Thus. Quarto, 197 pages, G; green cloth boards, gilt lettering and gilt decorative tooling to spine and front board: spine slightly cocked, boards shaken, binding sturdy; backstrip faded light brown, gilt lettering bright and legible; fading to panels of boards adjacent to spine; head of spine separated from text-block, casing somewhat loose yet intact; significant water damage to back board yet does not affect interior beyond turn-in to back board and slight buckling to back paste-down; inscribed by previous owners to ffep, dated Christmas 1931; mild age-toning to margins of interior, occasional foxing, text somewhat affected yet clear and legible; all 12 full-color tipped-in plates by Nielsen, incl. frontispiece, protected by tissue guards; shelved Case 13.
Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman & Littlefield, 1976. First U.S. 8vo. VG/VG-. faded DJ spine appears a mild yellow from sun exposure, has large red italics centered; between the original golden yellow hue of jacket front and its partly faded rear. age-toning affects the inner flaps. burgundy clothbound HB, solidly bound interior with light gray endpages. neat ivory textblock interior, all sheets neat, outer edges no marks. 19 illustrations and 2 maps. 174 pp. ISBN# 0874718368.
Philadelphia: Claxton, Ramsen, and Haffelfinger, 1871. 10mo; pp 258; G/no-DJ; red spine with gilt text; cloth has moderate sunning to exterior, mostly to spine; some rubbing to corners; some soiling to exterior; text block has age toning to exterior edges; frontispiece with tissue guard; slight offset to tissue guard; previous owner's name to ffep; some few pages loosed toward front, but still present; light toning to interior; dark brown endpapers.
Reilly & Lee, 1905. 32mo., 127 pages,  ad; VG; bound in publisher's red paper with dark green lettering; Tales include Little Snow-White, The Three Little Men in the Wood, The Queen Bee, Snow-White and Rose-Red, Clever Grethel. With 14 color illustrations and numerous black and white illustrations; shelved case 14.
New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1945. Octavo; VG-/VG-; White spine has black and yellow illustration of the beach, light tan head, white text. DJ has shelf wear, small open tears on spine head and front edge, closed tear on front, rubbing to edges, age toned spine. Boards have light rubbing to edges, age toning to spine, top corners are nicked, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has previous owner's name in ink on front end paper, otherwise, free of marks on pages; pp 304.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1983. Limited Edition, 518 copies. small 4to., 58pp.; VG; spine off-white; dust jacket off-white, protected with a mylar covering; very mild shelfwear; interior clean; with an original leaf from the first edition (1818) of The Fables of Aesop and a new impression from one of Bewick's original wood engravings, both present, this copy has page 51/52, The Fox and the Vizor Mask; JS consignment; shelved case 7.
Uddevalla, Sweden: Niloe, 1984. Octavo: VG/VG-: Tan age toned spine with light orange box and black text: DJ has general shelfwear, some slight chipping along edges, some mild age toning: Boards are strong and clean, binding tight, mild edgewear: Textblock exterior has some dust staining to head edge, front free page has stamps and notations in ink, else clean and pages unmarked: Text is entirely in SWEDISH: 320 pp.
Munich: Georg W. Dietrich, 1913. Quarto in dark pink cloth hardcovers with vinyl cover; gold and black gilt on covers; moderate soiling; strong binding; title page slightly soiled and repaired with scotch tape; illustrations on white glossy paper; text in Gothic letters; in German; pp. 95; shelved in Case # 7; DC consignment; please contact us for shipping costs.
London: Constable & Company Ltd, 1909. First Edition Thus. Quarto, 325 pages; VG; rebound in half red calf, boards are the original cloth from publisher's binding; spine paneled with gilt lettering and tooling; mild wear and rubbing to boards; mild rubbing to corners; with 40 color illustrations; mild foxing, does not impact plates; shelved case 3.
London: The Burton Club, n.d. . Special edition. Octavos in black hardcovers with silver gilt; VG; good binding and minimal soiling; frontispiece color illustration in each volume; deckle edges; text clean; about 250 pages each; shelved above oversized art books; please contact us for shipping costs.
Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 1994. First Editions Thus. Octavos, 17 volumes; VG; bound in fine genuine burgundy leather with bright gilt spine titles and gilt and black decorative motif on covers; each volume with matching motif; head of spine of volume 1 bleached to gray, presumably through sun; gilt text block; silk endpapers; silk ribbon; all 17 volumes still in publisher's shrinkwrap, shelved above case 1.
New York: The Orion Press, Inc., 1956. Octavo; G/G-; pp 212; yellow spine with red and black text; dust jacket has noticeable soiling to exterior; some chips to exterior; mylar wraps; cloth shows light sunning to exterior; strong boards; text block has light toning to exterior edges; light soiling to edges of endpapers; interior clean; illustrated.
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1988. Quarto; pp 126; VG/G-; black spine with ivory text; full title: Historical Atlas of World Mythology; Vol. II: The Way of the Seeded Earth; Part 1: The Sacrifice; odd volume; dust jacket shows moderate rubbing to exterior; minor wear to edges; light toning to flaps; cloth shows light shelf wear to exterior; strong boards; text block has light wear to exterior edges; frontispiece; interior clean; profusely illustrated.
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1988. Quarto; pp 125; VG-/G-; black spine with ivory text; full title: Historical Atlas of World Mythology, Vol. I: The Way of the Animal Powers; Part 1: Mythologies of the Primitive Hunters and Gatherers; odd volume; dust jacket shows moderate rubbing to exterior; minor wear to edges; small closed tears to rear; light toning to flaps; cloth shows light shelf wear to exterior; strong boards; text block has light wear to exterior edges; frontispiece; interior clean; profusely illustrated.
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1988. Quarto; pp 276; VG-/G-; black spine with ivory text; full title: Historical Atlas of World Mythology, Vol. I: The Way of the Animal Powers; Part 2: Mythologies of the Great Hunt; odd volume; dust jacket shows moderate rubbing to exterior; minor wear to edges; light toning to flaps; cloth shows light shelf wear to exterior; lightly sunned tail edge; strong boards; text block has light wear to exterior edges; frontispiece; interior clean; profusely illustrated.
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1989. Quarto; pp 251; VG-/G-; black spine with ivory text; full title: Historical Atlas of World Mythology, Vol. II: The Way of the Seeded Earth; Part 2: Mythologies of the Primitive Planters: The Northern Americas; odd volume; dust jacket shows moderate rubbing to exterior; minor wear to edges; small closed tears to rear; light toning to flaps; cloth shows light shelf wear to exterior; strong boards; text block has light wear to exterior edges; frontispiece; interior clean; profusely illustrated.
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1989. Quarto; pp 387; VG/G-; black spine with ivory text; full title: Historical Atlas of World Mythology, Vol. II: The Way of the Seeded Earth; Part 3: Mythologies of the Primitive Planters: The Middle and Southern Americas; odd volume; dust jacket shows moderate rubbing and scratches to exterior; minor wear to edges; lightly toned flaps; cloth shows light shelf wear to exterior; lightly sunned edges; strong boards; text block has light wear to exterior edges; frontispiece; interior clean; profusely illustrated.
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1988, 1989. Large quarto; G/paperback; black spines with white text; 3 volumes in 5 books; vols. 1 and 2 in 2 parts: part 1: Mythologies of the Primitive Hunters and Gatherers ; part 2: Mythologies of the Great Hunt ; vol. 2 in 3 parts: part 1: The Sacrifice ; part 2: Mythologies of the Primitive Planters: The Northern Americas ; part 3: Mythologies of the Primitive Planters: The Middle and Southern Americas ; covers have moderate rubbing to exteriors; some minor rubbing to edges; strong boards; text blocks show slight shelf wear to exterior edges; interiors clean; frontispieces; profusely illustrated; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1914. first edition; illustrated by John Hargrave. small quarto in beige cloth covers with burgundy and red letters; VG/G; covers with heavy soiling and discoloration; binding loosening with open gutter on p. 65; previous owner's penciled inscription on ffep; paper discolored around edges; text and illustrations clean; pp. 199; the witty tales represent a combination of Arabic and African cultures; shelved in Mythology section.
London: James Fraser, 1841. First Edition. Small octavo, 303 pages; VG; bound in brown leather with six-band embossed spine and gold gilt; rebacked with spine preserved; boards with double gilt rule, board edges with single gilt roll; marbled end pages; strong binding; first few pages with slight browning around spine; text and paper clean; includes lectures on Islam, the Reformation, Cromwell; GP consignment; shelved in Case 3.
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: Walker And Company, 1966. Octavo; VG/G-Hardcover; Yellow and white spine with black text; Moderate shelf wear and age to dust jacket otherwise intact, rubbing along jacket surfaces; Moderate wear to bowed boards otherwise strong and clean, binding solid; dark age toned pages; Age toned text block exterior, text block clean; 272 pp.
Plainview, NY: Original Publications, 1973. Octavo: VG-/no-DJ paperback: Off white spine with black text: Covers have general shelfwear, some fraying to corners, age toning, creases to hinges, 2.5 inch scratch along head edge front, binding solid: Textblock exterior has some dark smudges, pages unmarked: 243 pp.
London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1913. First Edition Thus. 4to., 378pp.; VG-; bound in publisher's green cloth with gilt titles to spine and extensive gilt decoration to spine and front board; top edge of text block gilt; binding slightly loose, beginning to open on front gutter; some foxing throughout; with 32 colored plates, including frontispiece; some fraying to corners, board edges, head and tail of spine; shelved case 14.
London, Great Britain: Cassell & Co., 2001. First UK. 8vo. VG+/VG+. bright green DJ spine with small yellow and white titling, black publisher just above foot. book jacket front illustrated, centered graphic on rear. dark green HB with gold-stamped spine titles, with matching green endpages, some brown pencil markings just to fep. Library of Congress surplus duplicate, stamped upon copyright page. as is. main textblock clean, with illustrations. binding and boards solid, unmarked edges all sides.
New York, NY: Thomas Yoseloff, May 1963. Third Printing. 8vo. VG/VG-. curling at the ends of DJ spine strip, both upper and lower segments are part of a decorative b/w illustrated band, with pink titleblock centered between with tiny black author, title and publisher. bright pink band extends across jacket front between the illustrated bands. light tan clothbound HB with stamped black type centered, adjacent boards are pointed but area bumped. richly illustrated with whimsical drawings based on vase paintings. lightly handled interior and sheets. mild marks, sheer spotting from mild moisure exposure to head-edge, roughly trimmed fore-edge and tail edges are fine. 317 pp.
Yokohama: Published by the Author, 1910. Octavo; G-/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, green with gold print; Boards in green cloth with gold print, mild wear to corners and spine caps, blemish on rear; Text block missing front flyleaf, cracked hinges, tanning to endpapers and title page, clean text; xxvii, 391 pages, frontispiece (color), illustrated (b&w plates).
Berlin: Volksverband der Bücherfreunde, Wegweiser Verlag, 1924. Octavo; G+/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, brown leather (faded from green) with gold print; Boards in green paper and green leather with gold print, worn, exposed corners, wear to edges, spine faded from green with wear to spine caps, slight surface tears on rear; Text block has green-tinted edges, clean and tight; Text in German with gothic font (fraktur); From Library of Congress description: “A typographical imitation of the Hundeshagen manuscript (Nibelungen handschrift b, written according to the editor ca. 1435) The ms. formerly in possession of Bernhard Hundeshagen in Mainz, was in 1867 bought by the Staatliche Bibliothek at Berlin (Ms. germ. fol. 855) It is the only illustrated manuscript of the Nibelungenlied thus far known”; xii, 265 pages, illustrated (color).
Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, 1971. First Edition. Small Octavo: VG:VG-: Pink spine with white text: DJ has age toning most notably along spine, small chips, general shelfwear, some scuffing: Boards are strong with light general shelfwear mostly concentrated at head and tail of spine and corners, dust staining: Textblock has dust staining along head of spine, pages are clean and free of markings, folds and tears, front free page has book plate from previous owner: 239 pp.
UK: Stephen Austin, 1854. Assumed First English Language. Quarto in green cloth, VG, title in white on spine. Shelf wear, soiling to boards. Gutter cracked. Age toning to text block, text clean. Some foxing, especially to endpapers. Former owner's name inked on title page. 850 pages. Shelved in India section.