London: Christopher Barker and John Bill, 1660. A broadside printing of a proclamation issued by King Charles II calling for the arrest of Edward Whalley and William Goffe as regicides. Silked on verso and stitched into 19th-century marbled paper boards, with leather label on front cover. Boards measure 5.5" x 9"; Broadside (unfolded) measures 10.5" x 17". Boards age-toned and lightly rubbed; broadside age-toned and in near-fine condition.; shelved case 7.
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Philadelphia: Francis Bailey, 1781. First Edition. Small Quarto (4.25 in x 6.5 in), , 226 pages, ; Bound in early brown calf with minor chipping to head and tail of spine, rubbing to corners of boards; Boards lightly worn; Textblock age-toned with numerous ownership inscriptions; Signature of Colonel George Corbin appears on ffep and bfep. Shelved Case 7.
New York: George F. Hopkins, 1802. Second Edition, First Printing. Octavos, two volumes; VG; 1/4 calf bound with marbled boards, morocco labels and gilt lettering to spine; Boards show light wear to joints and heads of spines, very light wear to spine labels, and minor shelf-wear overall; Textblock has moderate age-toning and light foxing to edges, light occasional foxing to pages interiorly, and some minor chipping to bottom corner of title-page in volume two; Contents: Vol. I. (, viii, 317 pages) -- Vol. II. (v, , 351 pages); shelved case 7.
[Wendell?], N.C. Monk-Henderson Tobacco Co, . Oblong Octavo, 12 leaves; VG; 12 sleeves riveted into a book format, containing 20 8 x 8 in color photographs on Kodak paper; photos able to be slid out of housing, very mild wear to housing; covers with some rubbing; "A memento of an historic occasion with our compliments / Monk-Henderson Tobacco Co., Inc.," on interior of rear cover; SB consignment; shelved case 3.