New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1933. First US Edition. Octavo in orange boards with dust jacket. (VG/VG) minor shelf wear, light bumping to head and tail of spine. Binding strong, text clean, text block slightly sun faded. Dust jacket now encased in a protective mylar covering. Some discoloration from tape on back end papers. 312 pages. [DJ spine has orange and gold spine with B&W photo and black text. SHELVED: Rockville, Copier room shelf INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR: from Alonzo, Lara & Jean. and to To Lucy, my real life Helene. Vicki B.
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1925. First Edition. Square octavo, good+ hardcover; full black cloth spine with gilt lettering; watercolor on front board w/ black text and gold border; ex libris, bookplate; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 259 pp.; illus., frontispiece and nine color plates; binding, shaken; some age-toning. front board, wear and chipping; else good.
London: Arthur L. Humphreys, 1907. first edition. Octavo, VG- condition in blue cloth with blue half-leather spine and corners, title on spine in gilt with five raised bands. Moderate wear to boards; rubbing to edges and corners, rubbing and some chipping to raised bands of spine, light scratching and dry staining to rear board. Top edge of textblock is gilt, other edges deckled, lightly agetoned and lightly foxed. Only light foxing to endpages, pages otherwise only lightly agetoned. From the Royal Library Historical Series. Despite title, text is in English. Gabrielle D'Estrees was a mistress of Henry VI of France in the 16th century. 330 pp. HAGAR CONSIGNMENT. Shelved in glass case on sales floor, near stairs.
Alger, 1898. Large Octavo; G+/no-DJ; maroon spine, gild text; rebound; boards strong, clean; text block aged toned, foxing, damp staining on rear pages, occasional pen and pencil marks, does not contain all of original pages, insert of missing pages added, please see all eight attached photos for details; 664pp.
Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and co., 1814. First Edition. DESCRIPTION: Jonathan Swift (1667–1745) was an Anglo-Irish satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer, poet and cleric who became Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. Swift is remembered for works such as Gulliver's Travels, A Modest Proposal, A Journal to Stella, Drapier's Letters, The Battle of the Books, An Argument Against Abolishing Christianity and A Tale of a Tub. Regarded as the foremost prose satirist in the English language, he is also known for his poetry. A master of two styles of satire, the Horatian and Juvenalian, his deadpan, ironic writing style has led to such satire being subsequently termed "Swiftian". Complete in 19 volumes. CONDITION NOTES:8vos., 19 volumes; VG; paneled brown spine with gilt tooling, two maroon labels with gilt lettering; bound in polished green leather, gilt paneling on boards, gillt tooling on board edges; bumping and wear to corners, head and tail of spine; mild scratching to leather; mild rubbing so some panels of spines; foxing throughout all volumes; ex libris bookplate inside front board in all volumes, bled onto ffep; frontispiece of Swift in volume one, bled onto title page; heavy, please contact for shipping; shelved above law.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1876. Second Edition. Octavo hardcover in dark brick-colored boards, VG-/No DJ: some shelfwear, some bumping to head and tail of spine and corners of boards, some concomitant abrading, some age-toning to edges of text block and interior, some sunning and resultant darkening on spine, previous owner's name written on ffep, front and rear hinges show splits starting, light, sporadic foxing to interior, pages a bit stiff. Includes black-and-white engraving of Augustus Raymond Margary as frontispiece. Fold-out map of Margary's route also present: minor foxing to map, about a 2" closed tear to one fold, but map is intact. Front matter includes biographical preface and itinerary. Includes "Concluding Chapter" by Sir Rutherford Alcock, K.C.B. and index at rear of book. Scarce. Full title reads as follows: The Journey of Augustus Raymond Margary, From Shanghae to Bhamo, and Back to Manwyne. From His Journals and Letters, With a Brief Biographical Preface: To Which is Added a Concluding Chapter, By Sir Rutherford Alcock, K.C.B. With a Portrait Engraved by Jeens, and a Route Map. [Spine has dark brownish background and gilt text. [Transferred from Dupont to Rockville 6/20/2016].
London: J. Beecroft, W. Strahan, et al.; J. and R. Tonson, et al. 1766-1770. Seventh Edition. Octavos, 4 volumes; VG; bound in full polished brown calf, paneled brown spines with gilt numbering and a maroon morocco label with gilt lettering; gilt floral tooling on board edges; some minor peeling to heads of spines; boards show some shelf-wear, but in good condition; text clear, save for previous owners name on inside front board of all volumes; text blocks red, minor scratches, small black mark on volume 2, else clean; Vol 1: 510pp., Vol 2: 463pp., index 185pp., Vol 3: 335pp., Vol 4: 386pp., index 4; insect damage to lower right corner of volume 4 starting on page 368, does not impact readability of text; spines list volume numbers, J/2/3/4; Stated Seventh Edition of Paradise Lost; GP consignment; shelved case 0.
None given, 19?? First. Folio; G/No jacket hardcover; Brown leather spine, gilt lettering and designs on front cover;Bound in 1/2 Morocco; Cover shows significant wear at all sides, more severe on spine, spine is greatly worn, leather is peeling, bumping to all corners, leather is fraying on all corners; Binding is cracking and wavy, but all pages are currently bound; Marbled End papers; Text block is age toned, free of marking; Leaves of Deane's correspondence photographically reproduced. Not paginated.
New York: Harper & Bros. 1892. INSCRIBED. Octavo; Good/ None; dark gray cloth spine with gilt lettering; ex libris, INSCRIPTION FROM THE AUTHOR STATES: Ex Tenebras There can be nothing without a meaning and a reason for it. Even in this heap of chaff there may be a few kernels of something solid. No man can do that which is sin without calling up in his soul an an image of that which is holy. Could man embody his evil in form and substance he could not present that which is of good belonging to him being also embodies in form and substance. When man is killed by his own evil only that which is good remains to wash over him. There are few grains in this recut heap of chaff. Howard Pyle moderate shelf wear and bumping; text block clean. Spine cocked (not perpendicular, minor tearing to front gutter, binding slightly loose but intact. Edges of boards lightly rubbed, bottom fore corner lightly frayed, top corners lightly bumped, spine agetoned with light scattered staining. 33 b&w plates by Pyle, all present. 205 pp. Shelved: Rockville copier room.
London and Boston: Virtue & Company, 1904. Laurel Edition. 8to, 8 volumes; VG; bound in three-quarter brown morocco, gilt lettering and tooling in floral pattern; raised bands; spines lightly rubbed; bumping and shelf-wear to boards, some peeling on corners and edges; top of text block gilded, side and bottom uncut; text clean; hand-colored frontispiece; marbled endpaper; 324pp., 380pp., 339pp., 427pp, 386pp., 434pp., 343pp., 257pp.; pp 426/427 in vol IV uncut; Laurel Edition, limited to 1000 copies, of which this is set 10; GP Consignment; Heavy, please contact for shipping costs; shelved above shakespeare.
London: Printed by T. Chaplin ... for the Propietors, Military Chronicle and Military Classics Office, 1815. New Edition. Octavo; "New Edition to which is prefixed The Life and Character of the Translator"; G+/no DJ; Hardcover w/out DJ; Spine, brown with gold print, top portion of vol. I torn away; Boards in brown leather with gold print, wear to corners, edges, hinges, and spine caps, spotting/stains/small surface tears to leather; Text block has marbled edges and endpapers, endpapers of vol. I torn along hinge, pencil annotation through introductory material of vol. I (up to page xlii), age-toning and foxing to some pages, binding tight, blue ribbon marker for vol. I missing but present for vol. II though torn from binding; 2 volumes (lxi, 313, 313 pages).
Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1994. Octavo: VG hardcover: Cream colored spine with dark brown text: Boards are strong and clean with light general shelfwear, binding is tight: Textblock is clean and pages are free of markings, folds and tears: Text is mostly in GREEK with an introduction and supplements in ENGLISH: 527 pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, on shelf to the right of ephemera items.