Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1979. Reprinted. Octavo, Thirty-eight volumes. In Good condition. Spines grey with gold print on red, green, or blue banners. Boards in grey cloth. Light wear to spine caps and corners. NOTE: Shelved in Locked Annex Area. CONTENTS: The Ante-Nicene Fathers : Translations of the Writings of the Fathers down to A.D. 325 / the Rev. Alexander Roberts, D.D. and James Donaldson, LL.D., editors; American Reprint of the Edinburgh Edition; Revised and Chronologically Arranged, with Brief Prefaces and Occasional Notes by A. Cleveland Coxe, D.D. (ISBN 0802880878; 10 volumes) — A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church. First Series / edited by Philip Schaff (ISBN 0802880983; 14 volumes) — A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church. Second Series : Translated into English with Prolegomena and Explanatory Notes / under the Editorial Supervision of Philip Schaff, D.D., LL.D and Henry Wace, D.D. in Connection with a Number of Patristic Scholars of Europe and America (ISBN 080288115; 14 volumes). [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].
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London: Deputies of Christopher Barker [i.e. Jan Fredericksz Stam], 1599 [i.e. 1633]. Small Quarto; G; bound in 3/4 black leather, brown cloth boards; rebacked with spine preserved; paneled spine with gilt lettering; text block with red specks; , 190, 1-8, 11-16, 18-127, , 3-121, ; A-Z4, &6, 2A7, 2B3-8, 2C2-8, 2D-2P8, 2Q7, 3A-3Q8, 3R4; some pages have scrap paper used to repair pages or reinforce binding; some pages have both open and closed tears, intermittent ink marginalia; mild tide-marks and wear throughout; two separate title pages for each part, plus engraved title page; engraved title page has been repaired; with the 'Breeches' translation in Genesis; shelved case 4.
Nürnberg: Johann Andreä Endterischen Handlung, 1788. Elephant folio, , 1181,  pages; Fair; bound in period blind-tooled vellum covered boards, hardened leather spine with metal rivets, metal corners to boards; moderate wear and rubbing to binding, peeling to edges, small glue repair to spine; most of the straps gone, remnants of claps present; first frontispiece and title page detached, damaged with parts entirely missing; foxing and age-toning throughout; With 20 full-page plates: 2 frontispieces, 12 portraits, and 6 biblical scenes; Title page in red and black lettering; illustrated with approximately 200 4 x 7" in-text partial-page woodcuts; NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
Lund: Berlingska Boktryckereit, 1862. Quarto, 1128, 330 pages. In Good condition. Bound in brown leather with ridged spine and metal clasps on front cover. Boards have cracking to joints, boards exposed at corners, rear cover missing metal clasps, tearing to tail edge of spine, and board exposed on tail edge of front cover. Textblock has mild age toning, mild foxing to some pages, pen inscription on front pastedown, and tearing to edges of some pages. Text in Swedish. Shelved in Locked Annex Area, Column A.
Oxford: John Baskett / T. Wood and S. Palmer, 1719/1723. Thick Small Quarto, unpaginated; VG; bound in contemporary brown leather, paneled spine with no lettering; boards diced; moderate rubbing and wear to binding; some margins cute close but without loss to text; 6 lines of ink writing to verso of ffep; mild age-toning to pages; The Book of Common Prayer: Printed by John Baskett in 1719, The Holy Bible: Printed by John Baskett in 1723, The Whole Book of Psalms: Printed by T. Wood and S. Palmer in 1723; EH consignment; Case 4.
Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason, 1788. Quarto, Five volumes (issued in 48 unpaged parts with an 8-page list of subscribers). In Fair condition. Spine is brown with gold print on black banner. Boards in brown leather. Wear to spine caps, hinges and corners, scuffing and age toning, cracking to spine leather. Text blocks have cracked hinges, occasional spine breaks, occasional foxing, title page (first volume only) is torn and creased, New Testament (fifth volume) has separate title page. Volumes 1, 2, and 4 bound with blank leaf between each printed leaf. Illustrated: Frontispiece representing Adam and Eve in Paradise. With plates designed by Haughton and others after Raphael, Velasquez, Michelangelo, Vanloo, and Zampieri: engraved by Hancock, Hicks, and others, many with the imprint: Published by Pearson & Rollason, and bearing dates between December 1787 and June 1789. A reprint of Baskerville's folio of 1763. The notes are those of Baskerville's edition, with additional ones from the collation of Kennicott and Rossi and Bishop Louth's translation, and also additions from the Samaritan Pentateuch. Note: Shelved in Locked Annex Area. [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].
London: published by R. Bowyer, Historic Gallery, Pall Mall, & J. Fittler, No. 62, Upper Charlotte Street, 1795. Quartos, 3 volumes; VG; bound in contemporary full straight-grain red morocco, spines with gilt ruling and titling; gilt dentelles; all edges gilt; some mild rubbing and wear, primarily to hinges and spines; Henry Bowen's bookplate to front pastedowns; Illustrated with Sixty-Two Copper-Engraved Plates from the Old Masters The title pages are engraved. Additional title page without imprint. The New Testament has separate title page without imprint. shelved above Civil War.
London: Robert Barker; assignes of Clement Cotton; W. S[tansby]. for the Company of Stationers, 1634; 1632. Octavo, , 904, , , 90,  pages; VG; Bound in contemporary gilt diced calf, later rebacking; Early name to engraved title page; Bible is ‘apron’ text; Last two leaves with some archival repair, last leaf with loss to text; Some intermittent close trimming to top edge of text block, minor loss to text; Mild but consistent soiling. Title page of Psalmes missing upper fore corner, no loss to text. Paginations and registers restart with new title pages.; The Holy Bible, London : printed by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Majestie, and by the assignes of Iohn Bill, 1634. [Bound with] A Concordance to the Bible, London : Printed by the assignes of Clement Cotton, 1632. [Bound with] The Whole Booke of Psalmes, London : printed by W. S[tansby]. for the Company of Stationers, 1634., upper fore corner of title page missing, no loss to text; JP consignment; shelved case 4.
Trenton: Isaac Collins, 1791. Quarto, unpaginated; VG-; bound in contemporary diced brown leather boards, rebacked with new paneled spine, burgundy label with gilt lettering; opening title page repaired, with the inch along the gutter backed, still has chipping and wear, as well as crease marks; separate title page for the New Testament (1791) and A Brief Concordance (1790); some mild wear to fore edge; two blank leaves preceding the New Testament title page have been filled with birth and death family register dating 1758-1887; includes the Old Testament, Apocrypha, New Testament, An Index, Tables, and A Brief Concordance; shelved case 4.
London: printed by J. and J. March, for the Company of Stationers, 1770. 12mo., 216 pages; VG; bound in burgundy morocco, elaborate gilt to boards, spine paneled with gilt; head of spine recased, some mild splitting beginning at tail of spine hinges; marbled endpapers; all edges of text block gilt; two early ownership names to sfep; With an initial leaf of royal approbation.; shelved case 4.
Hartford: Hudson & Goodwin, 1797. First Edition. Octavo, , 516 pages; G; Full contemporary calf, with heavily faded morocco spine label; Boards show moderate wear overall, with light warping to front and back covers; Textblock has moderate uneven age-toning and staining to edges, light age-toning to pages throughout, ffep is loose (but attached), and ink emendations in an early-19th century hand appear on the contents pages; Evans 32820; ESTC W 29386; Trumbull 1351. RWO.
Padova: Gio. Antonio Conzatti, 1786. Octavo, , 5-95 pages; VG; bound in patterned paper wraps, plain spine with mild cracking, some rubbing; ex-library stamp on verso of title page; indice in rear; With engraved title page, 33 engraved plates taking up 2/3 of the page (one plate occurring twice), 1 full page plate, 4 other plates; The plates depict snapshots of the Life of Saint Anthony, especially notable not only for their depictions of relics, but for the details they give of city life of the period. Publication information from colophon; Shelved case 3.
Natal, South Africa and Portuguese Mozambique: 1903-1932. A collection of photographs, postcards, medicines, and personal artifacts belonging to Dr. William A. Backenstoe of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, and his wife Mamie Backenstoe of Windsor, New York, who worked as medical missionaries under the auspices of the Free Methodist Church of North America in Natal, South Africa and Portuguese Mozambique between 1903 and 1932. Collection contents: 1. Approximately 948 photographs relating directly to the Backenstoes’ time in Africa between 1903 and approximately 1932, including their journey from the United States, their travels in Africa, their homes and work in Inhambane, Edwaleni, and Izingolweni, and the communities within within which they lived and worked. Photographs vary significantly in size, from w 8.5 in x h 6.5 in to w 1.5 in x h 0.75 in. a. A photograph album dating from the early years of the Backenstoes’ time in South Africa, including 110 photographs with handwritten captions dated between 1902 and 1905. (Several photographs in this album appear to be gifts from other people, as the 1902 date suggests). Good-. Light rubbing to spine and corners of binding; binding splitting in several places; photographs and pages with at least light to light+ age-toning, but some photographs with significant age-toning. b. A photograph album dated 1906 with the dedication “To My Dear Mother / Wishing you a Merry / Christmas. / 1906,” apparently dating from the Backenstoe’s residence in Inhambane. The album contains 69 photographs with handwritten captions, mostly affixed to the pages of the album but with some loose photographs tucked between the leaves. Good+, with some minor wear and insect damage to album binding. Some photographs loose or loosening; all photographs and pages with light to light+ age-toning. c. A photograph album containing 84 photographs. The photos with dated inscriptions are largely from the years 1905-1908, but later photos have been tucked between the leaves of the album. Overall fair condition with individual pages in good and good+ condition. Moderate bumping and discoloration to binding, including a small white stain on rear cover and a small open tear to front upper edge near spine. The cord that originally held the album together is no longer affixed to the first five leaves, and only loosely affixed to subsequent leaves. Photographs in good to very good- condition. Most show light to light+ age-toning, but some with moderate or significant age-toning, creases to corners, small tears to edges, etc. d. A photograph album, undated, but containing images from the construction of the Ebenezer Hospital in Izingolweni in 1920 and 1921, as well as pictures of patients and staff at the hospital after it was completed. 127 photographs present in total, many having loosened from their pages or never having been formally placed in the album at all; some but not all of those still in their original positions in the album have captions, and some loose photos have text on their versos. Fair to good+; light+ discoloration and wear to spine and corners of binding; approximately half of the original pages in the album have been roughly cut out; photographs mostly with light or light+ age-toning, but some with moderate or substantial age-toning. e. An undated photograph album without captions containing 131 photographs which, except for the large image of the Ebenezer Hospital tucked between the front cover and the first leaf, seem to predate the Backenstoes’ time in Izingolweni. Good; light wear and discoloration to binding; some photos loose or loosening from their adhesive corners. Most photos with light or light+ age-toning; some with moderate or significant age-toning. One photo creased and partially torn at right edge, having been damaged during repeated opening and closings of the album over decades. Several other photos with creasing to corners. f. An undated photograph album containing 200 photographs without captions that appears to date to the Backenstoes’ early days in South Africa: several of the individuals and buildings depicted in photographs in this album are identified elsewhere with the city of Inhambane and the years 1903-1905, approximately. Good to good+. Light+ wear to binding, particularly at spine and corners; photos mostly with light or light+ age-toning, but some with moderate or significant age-toning. Some loosening or loose from the pages to which they were affixed; a few of those that have come loose show creased corners. g. An undated photograph album containing 180 photographs without captions which appear to date to the Backenstoes’ early days in South Africa: several of the photographs of individuals and buildings appear in other albums with early material, and this album contains no photographs of the Ebenezer Hospital at Izingolweni. Good. Moderate wear to binding, particularly at spine and corners; two large (1.5 in and 2.25 in) split in the leather at the tail of the spine. Photos mostly with light or light+ age-toning, but some with moderate or significant age-toning. Some loosening or loose from the pages to which they were affixed; a few of those that have come loose show creased corners. h. An undated blue photo album containing 13 photographs without captions. Very good. Light bumping to corners of boards. Photos with light+ age-toning; one photograph with spotted yellow discoloration. 2. 36 loose snapshots of the type included in the albums, including several duplicates. Three of these images are very small (w 2.75 in x h 2 in) color photographs showing the Ebenezer Hospital and Dr. William Backenstoe’s grave in Edwaleni. Very good-; slightly age-toned with moderate spotting to one of the color photographs. 3. 47 loose family photographs, mostly studio portraits, including many duplicates presumably intended as gifts. Twelve of the photographs are signed by William Backenstoe. Good+ to very good; light bumping to some corners and light foxing to some photographs. Light to light+ age-toning to all photographs. 4. Two glass negatives (both gelatine dry plates, both w 8.5 in x h 6.5 in) showing front and rear views of what came to be called the Backenstoe Memorial Hospital in Izingolweni. Good condition only; both plates show multiple scratches to gelatin coating and significant silver mirroring throughout dark areas of negatives. 5. An album containing 426 postcards. Most of these are from Africa, including some which are labeled Inhambane; others are from the Holy Land and Palestine, Italy, England, and other European destinations. Good+. Moderate wear to binding; postcards with light+ age-toning, with some postcards loose or loosening; tissue protectors moderately age-toned; long closed tears to several pages. 6. A staple-bound booklet entitled A Photographic Souvenir of Natal, hand-addressed to “Mrs. Mary A. Backenstoe / Emaus, / Penn. / U.S.A.,” stamped and postmarked November 30, 1906, from Durban, Natal. The contents of this booklet consist of 12 black and white photographs of Natal. Good+. Light wear to wraps; photographs lightly age-toned; staple rusted with associated minor staining. 7. One cloth-bound album entitled A Souvenir of South Africa, containing 12 color postcards. Good+. Light+ bumping and fraying to corners of binding; postcards lightly age-toned. 8. Seven pairs of glasses, including one pair of pince-nez and three pairs of bifocals, contemporary to the Backenstoes’ tenure in South Africa; each pair of glasses is housed in a case. Good- to very good-. All glasses with some amount of scratching to lenses, one pair of bifocals with chipped glass; several pairs with rust damage to frames. 9. Two early twentieth-century leather medicine cases with glass vials a. One case containing six glass vials with cork stoppers and metal caps. All six vials are labeled (“Pills for Cold,” “Digestive Pills 1 after Meals,” etc.); all but one still contain pills. Good condition. One of the glass vials (once containing Sal Hepatica) is not original to the set; the cork stopper from another vial has broken off, resulting in the loss of the metal cap. The leather case shows moderate wear with some red rot. b. One case of “Alkaloidal Granules” produced by the Abbott Alkaloidal Co. of Chicago. Nine of 24 glass vials with cork stoppers, all original to the set, labeled and containing pills. The lower row of bottles conceals a small pocket within the case (see photographs). Very good condition. The leather case shows minor wear. 10. A book on the history of William Backenstoe’s family, along with a folder full of news and magazine articles and typewritten documents providing context for the Backenstoes’ work in South Africa and insights from individuals who worked alongside them. BG consignment.
British Columbia, Canada: Geo[rge]. H. Ellis, 1888. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 501 pages; G+; contemporary full brown buckram binding; spine with gilt lettering; some shelf wear and scuffing; corners bumped; crown and tail of spine missing; bump to fore edge of back board; spine cocked; hinges starting; binding shaken; previous owner Jesse Moorland's date and signature at front free endpaper; pages clean; shelved Case 10.
Princeton NJ and Surrey UK: Princeton University Press, 1983. Octavo, x, xii, 438 pages. In Very Good minus condition with a Good dust jacket. Spine beige with blue lettering. Exterior has moderate age toning mostly to the spine and a few spots to the rear. Few chips to the fore edges. Boards have very lightly sunned exterior with very minor wear to the edges. Text block has slight age toning to the edges. Illustrated.
Lisboa [Lisbon]: Manuel de Sylua [Sylva], 1647. Second Edition. Octavo, , 164 [numbered leaves]. In Good condition. Bound in full near-contemporary calf, with gilt titling to spine. Boards show light wear to edges, moderate cracking to leather along joints, mild wear to spine, and several instances of worming. Text block has light age toning to pages throughout interiorly, and an ink ownership inscription to the title page in a 17th-century hand. Pages trimmed, impacting header text on several pages. Includes numbered leaves (rather than pages). Shelved in Room G.
London: F. and C. Rivington, 1794. Reprint. Small Octavo, xx, 453, ; G+; bound in full black leather, gilt lettering to spine; moderate wear and rubbing to boards, cracking to spine; wear to front hinge, with board threatening; interior clean; with engraved frontispiece and title page; title page continues: "Divided into XVII chapters: One whereof being read every Lord's Day, the Whole may be read over thrice in the Year...with Private Devotions for Several Occasions."; shelved case 4.
Romae [Rome]: Typis Sac. Congregationis de Propag. Fide, 1771. Thin Octavo, 37 pages; VG; bound in a quarter gray cloth, marbled boards; ex-library, with library name on front board near tail of spine, small glue-stain to rear pastedown, library stamps to title page, page 29; text in Latin; scarce; shelved case 3.
Leeuwarden, Gerardus Hoogslagh, 1697. Short quarto,  pages, 886 pages,  pages; VG-; contemporary full vellum binding; spine paneled, with black ink lettering at top two panels; some shelf wear and soiling; corners bumped; mild curling to crown and tail of spine; three small soiled spots at front board; four small soiled spots at back board; front joint starting at top; textblock sunk; front pastedown and free endpaper early 20th century replacements; back pastedown early 20th century replacement; both hinges starting; binding very slightly shaken; text in Dutch and Ancient Greek; collated complete, *4, **4, A-5Z4; pages clean; Oversized order. Additional shipping and handling may be necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller if you have any questions. NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, in bookcases next to 7's Ephemera section.
London: Privately Printed, 1907. Octavo, xli, 470 pages + publisher catalog (8 pages). In Good minus condition. Spine is brown with gold print. Boards in brown cloth. Wear to spine caps and corners, lightly cocked spine, mild shelf wear. Text block has spotting to edges, owner embossed stamp on front flyleaf and title page, tanning to endpapers.
Rome: Nicola Ruffolo, 1942. New Edition. 2 Volumes. Quartos. In Good plus condition. Half bound in red leather with gilt text on spines and gilt detailing on front cover. Boards have mild edgewear and shelfwear and wear to gilt on front covers. Textblocks have foxing to pages and color transfer from frontispieces to protective sheets. Volume I 688 pages, Volume II 615 pages.
New York: Plough Publishing House, 1975. 12mo., Five Volumes. In Very Good minus condition with Very Good minus dust jackets. Spines are red with yellow lettering. Dust jackets have minor shelf wear. Volume Five's lettering is faded and slightly off center. Boards have shelf wear. CONTENTS: Vol I. : "The Inner Life" (xiv, 105 pages) -- Vol II. : "The Struggle of the Conscience" (ix, 106-188 pages) -- Vol III. : "The Experience of God and His Peace" (x, 189-315 pages) -- Vol IV. : "Light and Fire and the Holy Spirit" (xvi, 316-439 pages) -- Vol V. : "The Living Word" (xv, 440-576 pages).
Desclee Co., 1958. First English Edition. Octavo, 204 pages. In Very Good minus condition with Good plus dustjacket. Blue spine with black text. Dustjacket is protected by mylar covering and has mild edgewear and shelfwear, chipping to corners, and foxing to rear cover and inside flaps. Boards have mild edgewear. Textblock has slight writing in pen on front endpaper.
Annecy: J. Nierat, 1839. 16mo., 65, 350, xvij, 140, 27 pages. In Very Good minus condition. Bound in brown leather with gilt lettering and decoration to spine. All edges of textblock gilt. Mild shelfwear including bumping to corners and scuffing to front and back covers, especially along edges and top hinge of back cover. Light age toning to pages with both engraved and letterpress title pages present. Devotional images pasted to front free end paper and half-title page by previous owner. Shelved Case 3.
[London]: In the Savoy: printed by T. Newcomb, and sold by James Collins in the Temple-passage from Essex-street, 1679. Quarto, , 64, 57-108 pages; VG; Bound by Jon Robbins in modern period-style calf. Minor rubbing to lower edges of boards; a few light scratches to boards; spine somewhat tanned. Damp staining to top of front free end pages, imprimatur page, and title page. With a preliminary imprimatur leaf. JR Consignment. Shelved in Room G.
New York: The Vanguard Press, 1929. First Edition. Octavo, 470 pages. In Good plus condition. Bound in black cloth with gilt text. Boards have mild edgewear and shelfwear, sunning to spine, and scuffing to front cover. Textblock has light age toning. Signed by author on front endpaper. NOTE: Shelved in Locked Annex Area, Column A.
London: Selden Society, 1974. Large Octavo, lxxvi, 346 pages. In Good plus condition. Spine is blue with gilt lettering. Boards show rubbing to front and back boards, minor bumping to fore edge corners of back board. Boards show minor rubbing to spine, minor bumping to headcap and tail. Textblock shows purple dyed head edge, minor foxing spots to fore edge. Text in Latin and Middle English mirrored on pages. RWO Consignment.
London: SCM Press, 1972. First British Edition. Octavo, 326 pages. In Very Good minus condition with Good plus dustjacket. Blue spine with black and white text. Dustjacket has mild edgewear and shelfwear, chipping to head edge of spine, brown marks on rear cover, and toning to rear cover. Boards have mild edgewear. Textblock has bookplate on front endpaper and black marks on fore and head edges. NOTE: Shelved in Locked Annex Area, Column A.
Burgos: Pedro de Huydobro [Pedro Huidobro], 1623. First Edition. Octavo, , 248 [numbered leaves], . In Good condition. Quarter-bound in 19th-century blue leather and marbled paper boards, and spine banded with gilt titling. Boards show moderate wear to corners and edges, with light wear overall and mild warping to boards. Text block has light wear to red-dyed edges, light age toning to pages throughout interiorly, and some minor archival repair to bottom corner of title page. A bookbinder's sticker appears on the front paste down: "Encuadernacion / de / Antonio Guerra" of Seville. Shelved in Room G.
New York: MacMillan and Company, 1936. First Edition. Octavo, 644 pages. In Very Good minus condition. Dark green spine with gilt lettering. Full binding in dark green paper. Boards show mild shelf wear, slight bumping to corners and two tiny closed tears on headband. Text block has a deckled fore edge and exhibits modest age-toning throughout pages.
Londres: [n.p.], 1776. Early Edition. 12mo., xxxii, 206 pages. In Very Good condition. Bound in full early calf. Spine has gilt lettering and tooling along with slightly peeling brown label. Mildly faded gilt tooling also visible along top and bottom edges of boards. Boards are slightly exposed due to bumping at fore-edges and along top edges of boards and spine. Mild rubbing, scratching, and chipping to both covers. Mild creasing along hinge between spine and front cover resulting in slight separation between them at top of spine. Publisher's red speckling along edges of textblock. Age-toning to textblock. Marbled endpapers. Ink notes to verso of half-title. First free edge partially separated between marbled recto and plain paper verso. Green ribbon. Shelved in Case 12.
Grand Rapids: Regency Reference Library, 1975-1985. Octavo, Four volumes. In Good condition with Fair dust jackets. Spine is gold with black print. Dust jackets have edgewear with tears at spine ends and flap corners, shelf wear. Boards quarter bound with brown cloth to spine and tan cloth to boards. Mild wear to spine caps, second volume has creased spine. CONTENTS: Vol. 1. A-F (1975; Tenth printing; ISBN 031021890X; 824 pages) — Vol. 2. G-Pre (1976; Eleventh printing; ISBN 0310219000; 1032 pages) — Vol. 3. Pri-Z (1978; Tenth printing; ISBN 0310219108; 1488 pages) — Scripture Index to the New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology : and Index to Selected Extrabiblical Literature / David Townsley and Russell Bjork (Paperback; 1985; ISBN 0310445019; 320 pages). [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]. NOTE: Shelved in Locked Annex Area, Column D.
London: Elliot Stock Company, 1883. Facsimile. Octavo, xxxi, 190 pages; Brown leather spine with no lettering; Intricately tooled wooden boards, re-backed with morocco spine; Boards are significantly warped, with moderate wear to corners and light+ wear to edges along morocco spine; Textblock has moderate+ age-toning and light wear to deckled edges, moderate wear to titlepage, and light age-toning interiorly throughout; Illustrated with one plate; NOTE: Shelved in Room G.
London: Privately Printed for Lady Meux, 1906. Limited Edition: 250 copies. Elephant Folios, Two Volumes; G-; Full brown cloth, tooled, with gilt lettering to spines; Boards show moderate wear to cloth along joints, light plus bumping to corners, light wear to edges, light plus wear and discoloring overall, and several instances of minor worming; Textblocks have light shelfwear and age-toning to marbled edges, several instances of moderate worming to endpapers and subsequent pages, and varying degrees of light to moderate plus age-toning and foxing to pages throughout interiorly; Three leaves (half-title through titlepage) of Volume One are loose, but intact; All original 165 color plates are intact; Marbled endpapers; CONTENTS: Vol. I. (viii, lxiv, 243 pages (with 112 interleaved plates, numbered cxii)) -- Vol. II. (pp. 244 - 396, 142 pages). JR Consignment.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1930. First Edition. Octavo. 175 pages. In Very Good minus condition with Very Good minus dustjacket. Brown spine with black text. Dustjacket protected by mylar covering, mild edgewear and shelfwear, dark brown mark on front cover. Boards have mild edgewear and shelfwear and slight cocking to spine. Textblock has light age toning, pencil marking to margins of pages, brown marks along fore edge.
Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, x, xi, xxvii, 197 pages. In Very Good condition. Spine light gray with burgundy lettering. Boards show slight plus shelf wear with previous bookshop's sticker to the rear and light wear to the head/tail edges. Text block has very slight wear to the edges. First Edition. First Printing.
Princeton: The Department of Art and Archaeology of Princeton University, 1929. First Edition, First Printing. Folio, xx pages, 275 pages; VG; contemporary full brown buckram binding; spine with gilt lettering; mild shelf wear and scuffing; corners bumped; mild wear to crown and tail of spine; binding slightly shaken; previous owner's inscription at front free endpaper; mild age-toning throughout textblock; contains black and white photographs and architectural diagrams; pages clean; shelved Front Case.
Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2013. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 345 pages; VG; fully bound in yellow cloth with black lettering on the spine and illustrations on both the front and rear boards; minimal shelf wear, ex-Library of Congress with the usual markings, including a sticker of the rear board and stamps on the top fore-edge and title page, pages clean, NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, in bookcases next to 7's Ephemera section.
Venetiis [Venice]: Franciscum Pitteri, 1739. Large Octavo, 596 pages,  index; VG; bound in contemporary full vellum, gilt titling to spine; some mild shelfwear and rubbing, including some fraying to head and tail of spine, small hole near tail of spine, rubbing to bottom edges; early ink biography of Cano to verso of ffep, ink name to sfep; with half-title; text in double columns, Latin text; some foxing throughout; shelved case 3.
Milano, Italy: Silvana Editoriale, 2006. Quarto, 303 pages, VG-; paperback, gloss paper covers with flaps, spine maroon with white lettering: mild edgewear; mild staining to spine, lettering unaffected; very light age-toning/mild wear to text-block, small diagonal scratch to top; interior clean and replete with full-color graphics and plates of Renaissance wooden sculpture, with many works featuring the Madonna and Child; text in Italian; shelved Sculpture.
Paris: Ch. Meunier, 1892. Octavo, , 710 pages, . In Very Good condition. Bound in beautiful crushed brown morocco, with gilt lettering and a decorative censer with red inlaid flame to spine. Gilt titling to front board, which is unevenly divided by gilt rules into four compartments. Ornament composed of beige, red, blue, and white inlay appears in bottom-right quadrant of the front board. Mild scraping to the gilt on boards and on all-gilt text block edges, and light rubbing to the front hinge. Volume bound too tight, with strain on the rear hinge causing cracking. With moiré silk end papers and patterned flyleaves. Stamp-signed on flyleaf by Samblanck-Weckesser. Original wraps bound in. Extremely scarce. Shelved in Case 3.
London: printed by J.R. for Richard Chiswel at the Rose and Crown in S. Paul’s Church-Yard, 1683. Folio, , lxxi, , 543, , 57 [i.e. 61],  pages; VG. Bound in period calf; generalized rubbing and wear to boards, more severe at edges and corners; hinges starting.; Title page in red and black.; 9 divisional titles with large engraved portraits. Early ownership to ffep. Lacking half-title. Stain to fore and top edge scattered throughout. JR Consignment; shelved Room G Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
Londini: typis T[homas]. H[odgkin]. & impensis Richardi Chiswell ad insigne Rosæ Coronatæ in Coemeterio D. Pauli, 1688. Folio, , xxxvi, 272 p., 273-280 l., 281-759, , 212, ; VG; Bound in period calf with generalized rubbing and wear to boards, more significant wear at edges and corners; cracking and loss of leather at joints. Title page of each volume printed in red and black. Small worming to lower fore corner through page 471. Mild marginalia. JR Consignment; shelved Room G Oversized item(s). Will require additional postage for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller for additional information.
Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1963. Large Octavo, 245 pages. In Good plus condition. Beige spine with black lettering. Full binding in beige cloth. Boards show light shelf wear and modest discoloration. Tiny red stains on back cover and minor fraying to headband and tailband. Text block has slight age-toning to edges. Note: Shelved in Netdesk Column B, ND-B.