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Publisher: [no place or date listed]. Circa, .: .
Seller ID: 22552
[no place or date listed]. Circa, .. .. 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
Publisher: Canberra, Australia: The Board of Management of the Australian War Memorial, 1941.: 1941.
Seller ID: 35231
- Quarto, tan cloth titled in brown with a vignette of an Australian soldier in brown on the front cover. The covers are bumped, soiled & lightly spotted with some staining to the rear cover. Half-title, title, [x], 128 &  pages. 12 color plates, including a frontispiece, from paintings by Ivor Hele & Harold B. Herbert, & black-and-white photographic illustrations, cartoons & drawings. There is a gift inscription on the half-title. There is a paper-clip mark with a t... View more info
Publisher: New York: M. S. Mill Co., Inc. Publisher, (1942).: (1942).
Seller ID: 22319
New York: M. S. Mill Co., Inc. Publisher, (1942).. (1942).. Good. - Octavo, tan cloth with a vignette in maroon on the front cover. The binding is slightly bumped & the head of the spine is lightly frayed. The dust jacket is soiled & chipped with creases to the flaps. There is a piece out of the head of the jacket spine & the adjacent corner of the rear panel. Unpaginated. Illustrated in black & white with numerous full- page caricatures by Bobs. Very good in a fair dust... View more info
Publisher: (Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1967).: 1967).
Seller ID: 23982
(Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1967).. 1967).. Good. - Quarto, printed wraps. Soiled with the edges darkened. 192 pp. with folding map & charts. Page edges slightly darkened. Good. View more info
Publisher: Cleveland: Frank Moore Studio, (1921).: (1921).
Seller ID: 31623
Cleveland: Frank Moore Studio, (1921).. (1921).. Very good. - sc An original 10 inch high by 7 inch wide sepia-toned silver print photograph depicting Ferdinand Foch, the French military officer who was Supreme Commander of the Allied Armies during the First World War, during his visit to Cleveland, Ohio in 1921. Marshall Foch is depicted in three- quarter profile attired in his great coat and high leather boots, cane and leather gloves in hand. His French military cap s... View more info
Publisher: Circa .: .
Seller ID: 29276
Circa .. .. Fair. - An original 7 inch high by 8-3/4 inch wide black & white photograph depicting 8 German Oberleutnants (1st Lieutenants) attired in full dress uniform. All of the men have mustaches and two have beards. The eight men are posed seated and standing with swords and riding crops. The photograph, with rounded corners, is mounted on 8-7/8 inch high by 10-1/2 inch wide board. Though each officer is identified in ink on the mount below the image, we... View more info
Publisher: NY: Tel-Pic Syndicate, Inc., May, 1945.: May, 1945.
Seller ID: 2022
NY: Tel-Pic Syndicate, Inc., May, 1945.. May, 1945.. Good. - Octavo, blue cloth titled in gilt on spine & front cover. The binding is rubbed & soiled; the covers are bumped & the spine is faded with the head & tail chipped. [vi], 312 &  pp., including 311 pages of B&W photographic illustrations with captions. The endpapers are darkened with an owner's ink inscription on the front endpaper; there are scattered small stains to the prelims & to the margins of the first f... View more info
Publisher: Newark, NJ: Work Projects Administration, New Jersey, (1943).: (1943).
Seller ID: 23573
Newark, NJ: Work Projects Administration, New Jersey, (1943).. (1943).. Good. - Small quarto [10-1/2 inches high by 8 inches wide], softcover bound in printed tan wrappers backed with black cloth tape. The binding is bumped & chipped. The rear cover is lightly foxed with a piece out of the bottom corner. The cloth tape is frayed at the head & tail of the spine. xxiii & 490 mechanically reproduced pages. Good. First edition.The bibliography was sponsored by Princeto... View more info
Publisher: (Storrs-Mansfield, CT: Maurizio Martino Publisher), n.d. .: n.d. .
Seller ID: 7112
(Storrs-Mansfield, CT: Maurizio Martino Publisher), n.d. .. n.d. .. Fine. - Octavo, blue cloth titled in gilt. Lightly rubbed. 1022 pp. Near fine. Reprint, limited to 150 copies, of the edition published in Philadelphia in 1914. View more info
Publisher: 1958.: 1958.
Seller ID: 25596
1958.. 1958.. Very good. U.S. TROOPS ATTENDING MASS IN LEBANON FOLLOWING THE U.S. LANDING IN 1958 - sc The 10-3/8 inch high by 13-1/4 inch wide black & white photograph depicts U.S. GI's gathered around an altar contained within a fortification of sand bags, as an Army Chaplain conducts service while they are serving in Lebanon. There is a tiny tear to the top edge of the photograph.Stars & Stripes credits are stamped in black on the verso: "This is a photo by THE... View more info
Publisher: 1958.: 1958.
Seller ID: 25597
1958.. 1958.. Very good. U.S. TROOPS LANDING IN LEBANON - sc The 10-3/8 inch high by 13-1/4 inch wide black & white photograph depicts U.S. GI's leaving a hovering helicopter in Lebabon. Houses and a body of water can be seen in the background. The tope & bottom right corners are very slightly creased and there is some minor discoloration along the right edge.Stars & Stripes credits are stamped in black on the verso: "This is a photo by THE STARS & STRIPES....Plea... View more info
By: (U.S. Military)
Publisher: Circa .: .
Seller ID: 23987
Circa .. .. Very good. - Octavo, soft cover bound in published blue wraps. The edges of the wraps are very slightly faded. 46-page facsimile, including numerous textual illustrations in black & white. Very good. Modern facsimile of the pamphlet published by the Government Printing Office in Washington, DC in 1898. View more info
By: Aaseng, Nathan
Publisher: New York: Walker and Company, (1992).: (1992).
Seller ID: 33403
New York: Walker and Company, (1992).. (1992).. Very good. - Octavo, boards in a dust wrapper. The rear panel of the dust jacket is rubbed & its front panel is slightly rubbed. v, [iv] & 114 pages. Black- and-white illustrations, including a double-page map. Near fine in a very good dust wrapper. First edition.On the Pacific front in World War II the Japanese and Americans began picking up unintelligible messages which turned out to be communications between Navajo... View more info
Publisher: circa [1856- 57].: [1856- 57].
Seller ID: 33583
- Signature on a piece of vellum, approximately 1-3/4 inches high by 5-1/2 inches wide, clipped from the close of a document. Signed "George Anson" beside his printed title "General, / Commander-in-Chief / East Indies". Together with an engraved portrait of Anson, 3-3/4 inches high by 2-1/4 inches wide. There is a tiny area of soiling to the portrait's bottom edge. Very good. British army officer George Anson [1797-1857] was promoted to the rank of C i... View more info
Publisher: (Copenhagen; The Information and Welfare Service of the Danish Defence, 1977).: 1977).
Seller ID: 22862
(Copenhagen; The Information and Welfare Service of the Danish Defence, 1977).. 1977).. Fair. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial blue & white wrappers. The extremities are slightly darkened. 55 pages. Black-and-white illustrations.& maps. The book is disbound with the leaves in the second half detached or nearly detached. Good working copy. First edition. Translated into English by H. Johannesen. First Edition. View more info
By: Balaban, John
Publisher: New York, Poseidon Press, (1991).: (1991).
Seller ID: 32009
New York, Poseidon Press, (1991).. (1991).. Very good. INSCRIBED TO PETER MATTHIESSEN BY THE AUTHOR JOHN BALABAN - Octavo, light grayish blue boards backed with a red cloth spine, titled in silver on the spine, in an illustrated dust wrapper. The covers are very slightly cocked. 334 pages, illustrated with 8 pages of photographs. Near fine. First edition.Inscribed by the author John Balaban to Peter Matthiessen on the title page: "For Peter Matthiessen with man... View more info
By: Bewsher, Paul
Publisher: Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1919.: 1919.
Seller ID: 13813
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1919.. 1919.. Good. - Small octavo, green cloth titled in gilt on the spine & in green within black rectangles on the front cover. The book is slightly cocked. The binding is rubbed & bumped with staining to the rear cover. The titling on the spine is almost completely faded. viii, [i] & 309 pages. The front hinge is cracked & the endpapers are darkened. The fore-edge is lightly foxed. Good. First edition. First Editio... View more info
Publisher: London: July 6, 1885.: 1885.
Seller ID: 36589
- Letter penned in black ink & filling all 4 sides of a sheet of letterhead folded to form 4 sides, each approximately 6 inches high by 4 inches wide. The first side is bordered in black & has Buller's Bruton Street address printed at the top. Signed "Your affectionate / Redvers Buller". Two small paper remnants adhere to the 4th side where the letter has been removed from an album, affecting 2 words of the text. Very good. Buller writes to his cousin Fanny Crawf... View more info
Publisher: Washington, DC: Printed by Gales & Seaton, 1821.: 1821.
Seller ID: 36770
- Softcover octavo, removed from a larger group of pamphlets. This government publication is bound with tan cord. 18 &  pages. Illustrated with 2 folding charts. There is some darkening, foxing & chipping to the pages & their corners are lightly bumped. Good. First edition. U. S. House of Representatives, 16th Congress, 2nd session, document no. 98, transmitted by the Secretary of War John C. Calhoun and signed by representatives of the Board of Engineers and the Engi... View more info
Publisher: Dover, May 26th, 1809.: 1809.
Seller ID: 33917
Dover, May 26th, 1809.. 1809.. Very good. - Over 90 words penned on 8-7/8 inch high by 7-1/4 inch wide creamy white paper. In his letter addressed to Captain Trench, Colin Campbell (who would be promoted to Lieutenant that same year) reports receiving the orders to inspect the regiment and acknowledges receiving the Captain's letter reporting the march of the Warwick Militia. Signed "Colin Campbell". Folded horizontally and vertically for mailing, the letter is d... View more info