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HISTORY OF THE FIRST REFORMED PROTESTANT DUTCH CHURCH OF BREUCKELEN, NOW KNOWN AS THE FIRST REFORMED CHURCH OF BROOKLYN, 1654-1896

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Compiled by Order of the Consistory, 1896.: 1896.

Seller ID: 23236

Condition: Fair


Compiled by Order of the Consistory, 1896.. 1896.. Fair. - Quarto, 11-3/4 inches high by 9-1/2 inches high. Pebbled burgundy cloth titled & decorated in gilt on the front cover. The covers are rubbed and faded along the edges and the spine. The corners and head and tail of the spine are worn with some chipping and pieces of cloth out from the spine. A numbered label is affixed to the bottom of the front cover. 93 & [1] pages, with profuse illustrations throughout, including 12 full-page plates. Ex-library, withdrawn by the Minnesota Historical Scoiety with their canceled bookplate on the front... View more info

SELLING BOOKS / A SERIES OF DISCUSSIONS FOR THE STAFF. Presenting the Principles of Good Retailing for Practical Self Training

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY: R. R. Bowker, 1941.: 1941.

Seller ID: 23220

Condition: Good


NY: R. R. Bowker, 1941.. 1941.. Good. - Octavo, printed cream wraps. The wraps are quite soiled & the corners are lightly creased. 94 pp. Illustrated in B&W. Good. First edition. First Edition. View more info

ARTE PREHISPANICO DE MEXICO

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Mexico: (Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia), 1946.: 1946.

Seller ID: 23228

Condition: Good


Mexico: (Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia), 1946.. 1946.. Good. - Small quarto, 9-3/8 inches high by 7 inches wide. Softcovers, bound in color pictorial tan wraps titled in red & black with a color illustration on the front cover. The covers are creased and darkened. 11 pages of text are followed by a color plate and 94 pages of photographic illustrations. The endpapers are slightly foxed and one signature is pulled. Good. View more info

THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES / 15 July, 1911 / 15 July, 1937

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: (Aberystwyth, Wales, U.K.: The National Library of Wales, 1937).: 1937).

Seller ID: 22921

Condition: Good


(Aberystwyth, Wales, U.K.: The National Library of Wales, 1937).. 1937).. Good. - Small quarto [10 inches high by 7-1/2 inches wide], softcover bound in printed cream wraps. The spine & extremities are darkened. The wraps are soiled & lightly bumped with a stain to the top corner of the front cover. Title, 16 & [1] pages plus colophon. Illustrated with 11 black-and-white plates, including a frontispiece & an architectural plan. There is occasional light soiling. Good. History of the Library from the laying of the foundation stone by King George V and Queen Mary in 1911 to the Opening Ceremo... View more info

THE RUNAWAY MONKEY

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: (Chicago: The Regensteiner Corporation, 1926).: 1926).

Seller ID: 22874

Condition: Good


(Chicago: The Regensteiner Corporation, 1926).. 1926).. Good. - Small quarto [7 inches high by 5 inches wide], softcover bound in pictorial color wraps. The wraps are lightly rubbed & soiled. There is a short tear to the top edge of the front wrap & another to the front edge of the rear wrap. There is a light vertical crease to the rear wrap & its edges are slightly darkened. [14] pages, including inside wraps. 8 illustrations in blue & white & full color, 5 of them full-page. There is some light soiling to the margins of the inside front wrap, else the contents are clean & bright. Good. View more info

ORIGINAL NINETEENTH CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW OF BOSTON

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: [Boston, MA]: circa [1885].: [1885].

Seller ID: 28609

Condition: Very good


[Boston, MA]: circa [1885].. [1885].. Very good. - sc Original oval, sepia-toned photograph, 5-1/4 inches high by 7-1/4 inches wide, mounted on a sheet of cream card stock, 7-1/4 inches high by 10-5/8 inches wide, with the title "View of Boston" penned below the image. The edges of the mount are slightly darkened & there is a strip of cloth tape along the top edge of the verso of the mount. There is a small piece chipped from a corner of the mount. Very good. An oval sepia- toned panoramic cityscape of Boston as viewed from across the Bay. Domes and towers can be seen on the distant... View more info

GEMUSEKOCHBUCH DER K. K. GARTENBAUGESELLSCHAFT IN WIEN

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Wien: Hugo Heller & Cie, 1915.: 1915.

Seller ID: 22884

Condition: Fair


Wien: Hugo Heller & Cie, 1915.. 1915.. Fair. - Small quarto [7-1/4 inches high by 5-1/4 inches wide], softcover bound in decorative tan & green wraps designed by Grete Wolf. The binding is bumped, rubbed & soiled with a stain to the rear wrap. There is a progressively darker stain to the front margin of each of the last 9 leaves, slightly overlapping the text. There are additional small stains & light soiling & there are tiny tears & a crease to be bottom margin of pages 13/14. A number of page corners are bumped. Good. Later printing. The text is in German. View more info

BOOKS ON THE GRAPHIC ARTS / For the Printing House Executive. (Cover title)

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Department of Printing, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1940.: 1940.

Seller ID: 22700

Condition: Fine


Department of Printing, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1940.. 1940.. Fine. - 12mo [6 inches high by 3 inches wide] softcover bound in printed pink wrappers. 32 pages. Near fine. A brief bibliography of books on all aspects of printing, including layout and design, typography, ornament and decoration, paper, photolithography, plate-making, etc. View more info

SOUVENIR DES SOLDATS AMERICAINES EN FRANCE

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: [no place or date listed]. Circa, [1918].: [1918].

Seller ID: 22552

Condition: Good


[no place or date listed]. Circa, [1918].. [1918].. Good. - Octavo, softcovers bound in stapled pictorial tan wraps titled in blue with a red & blue illustration of a charge out from the foxhole on the front cover. 16 pages, each with 2 photographic illustrations of American troops in the European theatre of war. Good. Most probably published for American soldiers shortly after World War I. The photograph'c captions are in English. View more info

GUIDE DE BRICQUEBEC

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: (Valognes, France: Imprimerie R. Le Reverend / Journal l'Union), 1924.: 1924.

Seller ID: 22966

Condition: Good


(Valognes, France: Imprimerie R. Le Reverend / Journal l'Union), 1924.. 1924.. Good. - Octavo, stapled printed tan wraps with vignette in black on front wrap. The wraps are very lightly rubbed with the extremities slightly darkened. 16 pp. & [22] pp. of ads printed on green stock. The edges of the ad pages are darkened. B&W illustrations. Good. A guide to the town and chateau of Bricquebec and to nearby places of interest. The text is in French. View more info

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. Forty-Sixth Annual Announcement of Lectures and Catalogue. Session 1886-87. (Cover title)

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York: 1886.: 1886.

Seller ID: 22742

Condition: Fair


New York: 1886.. 1886.. Fair. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial tan & black wraps. The wraps are bumped, rubbed & soiled. The front wrap is chipped around the edges with a long tear & crease to the top edge & with small pieces out, affecting the titling. There are several light stains to the wrap, affecting several letters of the titling. 26 & [2] pages. The front edges of several leaves are lightly chipped & the bottom page corners are bumped. Some page edges are slightly darkened. The contents are good. The illustrations on the wraps depict the University of the City of New York, th... View more info

JEFF AND LEFF; THE STORY OF TWO POOR CITY ARABS, AND OTHER STORIES

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: London, Paris and New York: Cassell, Peter, Galpin & Co., circa, [1880].: [1880].

Seller ID: 23304

Condition: Good


London, Paris and New York: Cassell, Peter, Galpin & Co., circa, [1880].. [1880].. Good. - Octavo, pictorial green cloth illustrated in black on front cover with the illustration of a man of Asian appearance looking through a telescope. Titled in green within a gilt fan on the front cover, and in gilt on spine. The covers are rubbed and bumped with some wear to head & tail of the spine. 160 pages, illustrated with a frontispiece, title vignette, pictorial headpieces 3 full-page plates and textual illustrations. The leaves are slightly soiled, and a small piece is clipped out from the bottom co... View more info

THE ACCESSION OF GEORGE III 1760-1820 / Celebrated in Williamsburg, Virginia in 1960 / With A Prospectus of the American Revolution Bicentennial 1960-1983. / Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: (Richmond, VA: The William Byrd Press, Inc.), (1960).: (1960).

Seller ID: 22870

Condition: Very good


(Richmond, VA: The William Byrd Press, Inc.), (1960).. (1960).. Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed red wraps & sewn with brown cord. The extremities are faded & the wraps are lightly bumped with some rippling to the bottom edge of the rear wrap. [13] pages plus colophon. Very good. Limited edition, designed and produced by the William Byrd Press as a keepsake for the Institute of Early American History and Culture and friends of the press. View more info

Image for AN ORIGINAL VINTAGE JAPANESE FABRIC DESIGN WOODBLOCK PRINT

AN ORIGINAL VINTAGE JAPANESE FABRIC DESIGN WOODBLOCK PRINT

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Circa, [1910].: [1910].

Seller ID: 25698

Condition: Very good


Circa, [1910].. [1910].. Very good. - sc A 9-3/4 inch high by 7 inch wide Japanese woodblock print for fabric designs. The print consists of a woodblock illustration of a bamboo gated fence with branches of denuded cherry blossom trees illustrated in light silver gray framed at the top and bottom by a maroon pattern decorated in white. A one letter annotation in Japanese calligraphy is printed above the image. Stab marks along the left edge of the print, not affecting the images, would indicate that this print was once bound. A beautiful woodblock print mounted with archival corner mounts into... View more info

Image for [LITTLE CHARLEY'S VISIT: WHAT HE SAW IN CENTRAL PARK]. A SUPERB CHROMOLITHOGRAPH DEPICTING LITTLE CHARLEY MOUNTED ON A CAMEL IN NEW YORK CITY'S CENTRAL PARK

[LITTLE CHARLEY'S VISIT: WHAT HE SAW IN CENTRAL PARK]. A SUPERB CHROMOLITHOGRAPH DEPICTING LITTLE CHARLEY MOUNTED ON A CAMEL IN NEW YORK CITY'S CENTRAL PARK

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $75.00

Publisher: [New York: R. Shugg & Co. Publishers, circa [1872].: [1872].

Seller ID: 27745

Condition: Very good


[New York: R. Shugg & Co. Publishers, circa [1872].. [1872].. Very good. - sc A superb 10 inch high by 8-3/4 inch wide chromolithograph from "Little Charley's Visit: What He Saw in Central Park", depicting the young boy Charley, seated on a camel handled by a colorfully dressed Zouave in full attire and turbaned headdress. Two young girls are seen in the background rolling a hoop in front of one of Central Park's lovely stone overpasses. There are some minor tears to the left margin and stab marks to the right edge, none of which affects the image. This lovely print is handsomely mount... View more info

"THE POLICE / GHOST IN THE MACHINE / TOUR '81-'82 / OFFICIAL PROGRAM"

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: (1981).: (1981).

Seller ID: 22656

Condition: Good


(1981).. (1981).. Good. - Quarto, 12 inches high by 9 inches wide. Softcover, bound in stapled black wraps. 12 pages, profusely illustrated throughout in color and black & white. There are several pinholes through the 4 corners of the program. Good. Includes an essay entitled "The Police and the 'Golden Age of Saturn'" and playful biographies of Sting, Stewart Copeland, and Andy Summers. View more info

A SUPERB CHROMOLITHOGRAPHIC CUT OUT OF THE NEW YORK ELEVATED RAILROAD TRAIN ON RAILS OVER THE STREETS OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Circa [1890].: [1890].

Seller ID: 27748

Condition: Very good


Circa [1890].. [1890].. Very good. - sc The 7 inch high by 9 inch wide brightly colored image is cut out from an unknown original source, possibly a promotional hand-out, and mounted onto corrugated board. A few tears within the image are thus reinforced by the mount. A small piece is out from the front of the engine. The superb image depicts the elevated over a busy City street, where pedestrians stroll next to horsedrawn carriages and the horsedrawn Harlem 4th Ave R.R.C. trolley. Attractively framed under glass. View more info

PASSENGER SHIPS OWNED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Washington, DC: The United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, [1920].: [1920].

Seller ID: 22998

Condition: Good


Washington, DC: The United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, [1920].. [1920].. Good. - Small quarto, 10-3/8 inches high by 8 inches wide. Softcover, bound in dark green wraps printed & decorated in tan. The wraps are rubbed & lightly soiled & chipped around the edges with pieces out. [41] pages. Profuse full-page illustrations in brown & white. There is some light soiling & creasing to the contents. Good. Scarce.A wonderful pictorial book issued in the years following the First World War depicting the amenities on ships flying the American flag. These include ships of T... View more info

A VINDICATION OF THE CLERGY, From the Contempt imposed upon them by the Author of The Grounds and Occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy and Religion. With Some Short Reflections upon His Further Observations

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $125.00

Publisher: London: Printed by Andr. Clark, for Hen. Brome, at the Gun at the West-end of S. Pauls, 1672.: 1672.

Seller ID: 28762

Condition: Fair


London: Printed by Andr. Clark, for Hen. Brome, at the Gun at the West-end of S. Pauls, 1672.. 1672.. Fair. - 12mo, 5-7/8 inches high by 3-1/2 inches wide. Bound in early light brown calf. The rubbed covers are detached and the leather is rubbed away from the spine. The edges of the covers are worn and there is a piece chipped from the head of the spine. 135 pages. Ex-library, withdrawn by the Newton Theological Institute with their blind stamp embossed at the front edge of the first few pages and that of the last page, and numbers penned on the front endpaper and pastedown. The edges of the e... View more info

THE PRIVATE LIBRARY DEPARTMENT OF HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY. (Catalog)

By: (Anonymous)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: (Boston, MA): Houghton Mifflin Company, circa [1940].: [1940].

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 22709

Condition: Good


(Boston, MA): Houghton Mifflin Company, circa [1940].. [1940].. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed gray wraps titled in black within a decorative frame in black on the front wrap. The wraps are soiled & lightly bumped and the spine is chipped with the lower half torn. 115 pages plus colophon. Black-and-white illustrations. Good. Laid in is a typed letter signed from Houghton Mifflin's New York office to Pierce & Scope of Albany, N.Y., together with a sale price-list dated 1940. View more info