[London: Privately printed for Subscribers], 1929. Deluxe issue of the definitive edition. “This edition is limited to 50... Read More about Pansies June, 1929
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[London]: Methuen, . First edition. Inscribed on the flyleaf to Acton's friend Edward Eberly: "May this little book avert all evil eyes from my friend Edward and amuse his leisure moments! With all best wishes, from Harold." Read More about Prince Isadore A Novel
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, . First edition. Artist’s Copy. Read More about The Twelve Dancing Pricesses
Roxbury, Bosston, Mass: April 1, 1910. German Immigrant Dialect Poem. After his service in the Civi War, Charles Follens Adams (1842 -1918) began writing humorous verse for magazines and periodicals. His “Leedle Yawcob Strauss” was written in 1876, and first published in book form in LEEDLE YAWCOB STRAUSS, AND OTHER..... Read More about Autograph Manuscript, signed (“Chas. Follen Adams”) and dated (“April 1, 1910”) of 8...
New York: Doubleday, Page, 1905. First edition. Read More about John Henry Smith
Washington: [Privately printed at the Press of J. H. Furst Co., Baltimore.], 1910. First edition. Signed by Adams at the end of the introductory letter, as it seems that most copies were. Adams, historian and a direct descendant of John Quincy Adams, published and disseminated widely this present work. It..... Read More about A Letter to American Teachers of History
Bologna: Houghton Mifflin, . Reprint edition. Read More about Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres
Garden City, New York: 6 Old Westbury Road, 25 October 1957. Writing to Hartley regarding his education and his writing, “the person who wants to write clearly must work hard and long himself,” citing his literary experiences in high school followed by his college years as an English major. He..... Read More about Autograph letter, signed “J. Adams”
Boston: Press of the Boston Daily Advertiser, L. L. Lewis, Printer, 1829. First edition, with a period in imprint at end of “Congress-street”. The previous October the National Intelligencer had contained a statement made by the President denouncing “certain citizens of Massachusetts as having been engaged in a design to..... Read More about Correspondence between John Quincy Adams, Esquire President of the United States and Several...
New York: Robert M. McBride, 1925. First Edition, one of 10 signed copies on Ingres paper not for sale. The Author's First Book -- One of 10 Copies. The rare signed issue of the author's first book -- unrecorded by our only bibliographical resource: Bruccoli - Clark's First Printings of..... Read More about Those Not Elect
Los Angeles: Sylvester & Orphanos, 1982. First Edition 1 of 300 numbered copies, signed by Richard Adams (total edition of 330). Read More about The Legend of the Tuna
[London]: Allen Lane in Association with Rex Collins, 1974. First Edition. Presentation Copy. Signed authorial presentation to the illustrator, Alan Aldridge: “To my friend Alan Aldridge/ with all good wishes/ Richard Adams/ 1st Jan 1975.” Aldridge was the illustrator of Adams’ The Ship’s Cat. Read More about Shardik
London: George Routledge and Sons, 1886. First edition. Read More about A Concordance to the Plays of Shakespeare
London: S. W. Partridge & Co, (1927, from inscription). Adcock was the Editor of "the Bookman". He has written a lengthy note on front free endpaper , explaining part of the genesis of the novel: "This was written in my predancing [?] days when money was not plentiful -- with..... Read More about More than Money
[New York]: 27 October 1954. Addams to a Little Admirer. The great American cartoonist of the macabre writes: “Dear Robert, Thanks for your very kind letter. I’m glad that you like my pictures and I will try to do more of them. They’re all so special, that it isn’t easy..... Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed (Chas Addams), to Robert Black (sic Block
New York: Published by Windmill Books, Inc Distributed by Harper & Row, . Addams, Charles. First edition. Addams' first book aimed at children and the first publication of Windmill Books. Read More about The Mother Goose
London: J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, 1753. Later edition. Standard edition of the celebrated periodical, with the ownership signatures of Yale athlete (Class of 1889), author, and diplomat Charles H. Sherrill, who is credited with first adopting the crouching start in track events. Read More about The Spectator
Edinburgh: Printed and sold by J. Robertson, 1769. Read More about Miscellaneous Works in Verse and Prose … With some Account of the Life and Writings of the...
London: Thomas Bosworth, 215, Regent Street, 1853. Read More about The Spectator: With a Biographical and Critical Preface, and Explanatory Notes
London: Jacob Tonson, 1705. First edition. An incredibly fresh and clean copy of the first edition of Addison's account of his grand tour experiences in Italy. "After travelling south to Marseilles Addison took ship for Italy on 12 December 1700, but was driven back by a storm. In the end..... Read More about Remarks on Several Parts of Italy &c. In the Years 1701, 1702, 1703
1934-1942. Each inscribed to a different person 1. To Rabley Durham Stevens in 1934. 2. To Arthur Brisbane McGee Jan 14, 1942. 3. To E. Ording 1940. Read More about 3 Inscribed and Signed Photos
London: Atlantic Books, . This is the 5th impression of the first edition which was issued as a signed limited edition of 1500 copies here it is numbered 794/1500 limitation on title-page and signed by the author. Winner of the 2008 Man Booker Prize. Read More about The White Tiger
London: William Daniell, 1814. Daniell, William. First Edition. Read More about The Adventures of Hunch-back and the Stories Connected with It [From The Arabian Nights...