London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1908. Octavo, xviii, 428 pages; VG-; bound in 3/4 red leather, red cloth boards; rebacked with new paneled red cloth spine, two black labels with gilt lettering; marbled endpapers preserved; some wear to board edges; top edge of text block gilt; interior slightly age-toned; shelved case 2.
New York: Greenberg Publishers, 1950. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 373 pages; VG/VG; spine green with white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$3.00'; top edge of text block green; mild chipping to head and tail of spine, corners; interior clean; shelved case 6.
London: Collins, 1961. First Edition. Octavo; VG/VG- jacket; 125 pages; Blue cloth boards and spine; Jacket spine is orange with black lettering; Rubbing to jacket, spine is faded; Price-clipped; Some light tears to corners of jacket and spine edges; Boards are straight with some bumping to the corners; Text block is age-toned as usual, otherwise free of marking; Shelve case 14.
New York: Elizabeth Ann Guild, 1927. First Edition. Octavo, 437 pages; VG/G; spine black with beige lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; dust jacket has moderate chipping to head and tail of spine, cracking and chipping to hinges, corners, wear to all edges; spine slightly cocked; name written to ffep; slight age-toning to interior; scarce, especially with dust jacket; shelved case 5.
New York: Harper & Row, 1967. First U.S. Edition. Octavo, 394 pages; VG/VG; spine white with red and black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$5.95'; dust jacket has very mild wear; interior clean; stated first US edition; NOTE: In 1967, both Harper & Row and Grove Press released the first US English editions in different translations; shelved case 6.
London: printed for Sarah Harris, in Maiden-Lane, over against Haberdasher’s Hall, 1691. 12mo., , 184 pages; Fair; bound in contemporary full brown leather, plain spine; spine has severe chipping to head and tail; boards have moderate wear and rubbing; boards beginning to separate; small sticker pasted to top of front board with '714' written on it; ffep has some tattered edges, has names of three previous owners, dating from 1697, 1730, and 1830; tide-marks from water on first and last few pages; mild foxing throughout; One of the previous owners was the Reverend Noadiah Russell (1659-1713), a Congregationalist minister, a founder and trustee of Yale College, and one of the framers of the Saybrook Platform. Noadiah graduated from Harvard in 1681, and became a teacher. Along with his cousin, Samuel Russell, he was one of the ten founders of Yale in 1701 and a trustee of Yale College from 1701 to 1713. [Wikipedia] Shelved Rockville 13 room.
Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press, 1984. First Edition, First Printing, First State. Octavo, 387 pages; VG/VG-; spine white with red and black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; dust jacket has some mild wear along the top edges, small closed tear to upper fore corner, crease to front flap; small address sticker to ffep; small stain to half-title; first edition, first printing, first issue, of Clancy's first book. With all the first issue points (heavier weight, eighteen lines of text to copyright page) in an unpriced dust jacket with six blurbs to rear panel, Cussler's being third; shelved Window or Case 6.
New York: Macmillan, 1931. First Edition, Second Printing. Octavo picture book, 57 pp., VG-/G-; beige DJ, no lettering to spine, blue lettering to front cover: chipping with material loss to head, tail, corners, bottom edge of back cover towards hinge; brown stain to spine; closed tearing and creasing to covers; DJ protected by mylar; gray cloth boards, no lettering to spine, teal lettering to front board: boards cocked and somewhat shaken, binding sturdy; very mild wear to boards, slight bumping/fraying to head, tail, and corners; mild age-toning/wear to text-block; light age-toning to margins of interior, text and illustrations unaffected; SIGNED by Coatsworth to ffep; shelved Case 14.
Philadelphia, PA: Prime Press, 1948. First Edition, First Printing. 8vo., 331 pp., VG/VG-; navy blue DJ, white lettering: overall mild wear to DJ; slight material loss to head, tail, and corners; "$3.00" to front flap; DJ protected by mylar; navy blue cloth boards, gold lettering to spine: mild overall wear to boards, bumping to head and tail, spine cocked, boards somewhat shaken, binding intact; ex-libris bookplate to front paste-down, signed by previous owner to ffep; mild age-toning mostly to margins of leaves, text and illustrations somewhat faded yet legible; SIGNED by del Rey to ffep; shelved Case 8.
New York: Heron Press, 1929. Limited Edition, #129/1100. Quarto, unpaginated; VG-; bound in black leather, silver and gilt to spine; lacking slipcase; wear, including rubbing and cracking to spine; rubbing to corners; "This edition of Epitaph is set in Nicholas Cochin and printed at the press of August Gauthier. The edition is limited to 1100 numbered copies each signed by the author and the illustrator. The edition is divides as follows: Copies Number 1 to 200, printed on hand made Van Gelder, bound in leather; copies Number 201 to 400, printed on hand made Keijyo Kami, bound in Japanese silk; copies Number 401 to 1100, printed on hand made Keijyo Kami, bound in cloth. This is copy No. 129; shelved case 0.
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1928. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 314 pages; VG; bound in publisher's maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine; gilt to spine dull; mild bumping to corners, fraying to head and tail of spine; SIGNED flat by Amelia Earhart on the blank recto of the frontispiece; profusely illustrated with photographs; KE consignment; shelved case 9.
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1871-1872. First Edition. Octavos, 4 volumes; VG; bound in contemporary 3/4 green leather, green cloth boards; paneled spines with gilt lettering; marbled text blocks and endpapers; very mild wear and rubbing to boards; half-title present in all 8 books, second half-title bound in before book 2, title page of volumes 2, 3, and 4; errata slip bound in before half-title of book 4; 4 volumes, , vii, 212, , 213-410; , 377; , 384; , 371 pp.; previous owners name in ink on verso of ffeps of all volumes; slight trimming to the 'Rights of Translations' in some volumes; MBB consignment; shelved case 2.
Oxford: Oxford University Press; Clarendon Press, 1970. First Edition [OXFORD LIBRARY OF EAST ASIAN LITERATURE]. 8vo., 314 pp., VG/VG; overall mild wear to DJ, "£3.25p net / 65s. net / UK only" to front flap, DJ protected by mylar; navy blue cloth boards, gold lettering to spine: overall mild wear to boards, sharp edges to joints, interior clean; contains tipped-in addition by the publisher titled "Corrigenda to The Poems of Li Ho"; shelved Case 0.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1967. First Edition, First Printing. Thick Octavo, 1164 pages; VG/VG-; spine beige with black and blue lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$14.95'; dust jacket has mild chipping to head and tail of spine, corners; top edge of text block red; newspaper article about the book loose on second front free endpaper, staining pages; INSCRIBED on ffep by David Kahn, "In memory of a very fine interview," dated 1 November 1967; scarce signed; shelved case 10 or window.
New York: Associated Authors, 1955. First American Edition. Octavo, 248 pages; VG/VG; spine grey with white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$3.00'; small amount of chipping to head and tail of spine, corners; foxing and age-toning to interior of dust jacket; INSCRIBED on half-title by Gerda Lerner to Professor Evelyn Beck; very scarce in any condition; shelved case 6.
London: Richardson Brothers, 1854. Twelfth Edition. Octavo, unpaginated; VG; bound in 3/4 brown leather, green cloth boards; paneled spine with black label, gilt lettering; slight cracking to upper edge of front hinge; discoloration to entirety of front cloth, part of rear cloth; 6 chromolithographic plates, plates 1-4 bound before the title page, the first three as one folding page, plate 5 as a double-page "Maritime Merchant Flags of all Nations," with tissue guard between them.; Despite its popularity, none of the editions of the Code are common. This edition is extremely scarce, OCLC shows just 5 copies worldwide.; ZG consignment; shelved case 9.
New York: Regan Books, 1999. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 290 pages; VG/VG; spine black with white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut; front cover has two stickers from Tower Books, advertising it as an autographed copy and a sale copy; SIGNED flat on ffep by Meat Loaf; interior clean; text block clean; shelved case 5.
Leipzig/Wein/Zürich: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1927. First Edition. Octavo, 206  pages; G; bound in publisher's yellow cloth, black lettering; water stain to spine, extending slightly onto each board; tide-marks extending through upper third of text; general soiling, bumping, and wear to boards; JR consignment; shelved case 10.
New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1969. First U.S. Edition. Quarto, 101 pages, VG-/G; white pictorial DJ, small black lettering to spine: mild age-toning/rubbing to DJ, slight material loss to head, tail, corners; "CS $8.95" to front flap; DJ protected by mylar; indigo cloth boards, bright gold lettering to spine: very mild wear to boards; slight cocking to boards mild bumping to corners; light age-toning to edges of leaves, minor imperfections to interior, text and graphics unaffected; contains numerous black-and-white graphics and computer-generated images; shelved Front Table.
Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 2009. Signed Limited First Edition, #1046/1100. Octavo, 183 pages; VG; bound in fine green genuine leather with bright gilt spine title and gilt decorative motif on covers; gilt text blocks; silk endpapers; silk ribbons; SIGNED on limitation page by Bill Russell, #1046/1100; laid loose within is the publisher's 'a note abut' and the certificate of authenticity; shelved case 7.
Paris: de Brunoff, 1922. Limited Edition, #258/325. Quarto, 194 pages; VG; bound in brown leather, patterned paper covered boards, fore edges full leather; spine has light brown label, triple-ruled gilt border, gilt lettering; mild rubbing and shelfwear, with small scratch along rear hinge; edges untrimmed; interior clean; limited edition, #258/325 signed by the editor, Mauric de Brunoff on limitation page; INSCRIBED on half-title by Svetloff, dated 11 Juillet 1931 to Lisa Gardiner. Lisa Gardiner was a former Anna Pavlova company dancer, who went on to found the Washington School of Ballet in 1944 with Mary Day.; shelved above case 2.
Early 19th Century. Oblong octavo; Red leather boards and spine with gilt lettering on spine, gilt border along the boards; all edges gilt; German friendship book with several poems [in German] and autographs as well as several full color drawings, a hand-made pop-up color illustration with silk pull, lock of hair tipped in with silk bow; Dates of signatures and poems range from 1804 to 1817. Book has some wear along the edges, corners are bumped and fraying; some leather missing from the spine edges; spine beginning to crack a bit; Slight waviness to the pages; Age-toning; Book plate on paste down. NA consign. Shelve case 0.
Leipzig: 1766. first. Oblong octavo; G+; Brown leather spine and boards, gilt borders on the board; Brown leather spine with raised bands; All edges gilt; German friendship book with several poems [in German, Latin and French] and autographs as well as several full color drawings.This volume also contains an index that the owner made listing all the signees and their corresponding pages. A beautiful hand-drawn title page and frontispiece with the owner's crest and the title "Dieses Stammbuch widmet guten Freunden zum andenwen" [roughly: This book is dedicated to good friends} and the owner's name: Johann August von Ziterlein. It is dated 1 june 1766 in Leipzig.