London: Thomas M'Lean, 1822. First edition. A RARE EXAMPLE IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS, with title on upper cover and... Read More about A Cockney's Shooting Season in Suffolk
London: Caxton Publishing Company, Clun House, Surrey Street, Strand, [1907-1908]. Read More about Birds of Great Britain and Ireland Order Passeres
London: Longman,Orme & Co, 1839. First edition. Read More about The Third Regiment of the Foot, or The Buffs; Formerly designated the Holland Regiment....
London: Printed for John Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate-Hill et al, 1822. Cruikshank, George. First edition, with half-title. Cruikshank Plates, Riviere Binding. First issued in 21 parts, this is the first edition in book form. The Cruikshank plates are wonderful scenes of high and low life in Paris, obviously influenced by the... Read More about Life in Paris; comprising the Rambles, Sprees and Amours of Dick Wildfire, of Corinthian...
London: Provost & Co, 1871. With the final Ad leaf. "The Duke cruised to Africa and India aboard the H.M.S. Galatea, arriving in Ceylon in 1869, with Capper providing details of the experience. The author describes capturing elephants near Kandy, with some hunting taking place for pachyderms near the Mahavilla... Read More about The Duke of Edinburgh in Ceylon. A Book of Elephant and Elk Sport
London: Bernard Quaritch, 1893. First edition. Read More about Eastern Carpets, Twelve Early Examples. Preface by Sir George Birdwood. Second Series
Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co, 1818. First edition, with half-title. One hundred and ninety-four examples of flies, arranged under the months from May to September and colored by hand. Read More about The Angler's Vade Mecum, Containing A Descriptive Account of the Water Flies, Their Seasons, and...
[London: Thomas M'Lean, 1819]. Clark, J. First edition. This is separate isuue of the plates for the 1819 M'Lean edition of the Jarvis translation of Don Quixote with the same plates with much smaller margins. Read More about Illustrations to Don Quixotte [front cover title
Boston: William Crosby and Co, 1841. With Hand-Colored plates. Read More about Interesting Stories for Young Children
Brockton , Mass: Tolman Job Print, c. 1900. Read More about Chromolithograph: "No 28 " Man in small carriage and two women in motor carriage
Brockton , Mass: Tolman Job Print or Fred S. Tolman, c. 1900. Read More about Chromolithograph: "No 29 " Two men with runaway carriage , with dog in front and...
Brockton , Mass: Tolman Job Print or Fred S. Tolman, c. 1900. Read More about Chromolithograph: "No 37 Blue Ribbon Winner", lady in carriage
Berne: Buri & Jeker; Libraire J. Dalp, 1876. Read More about Album Cortege Historique
Boston: Samuel E. Cassino, Exchange Building, (1892). First edition. 32 Chromos. Views of Maine, Ct. Fla., Calif., etc. Read More about Glimpses of Our Country...with Descriptive Text
London: John Murray, 1859. Read More about Ancient Spanish Ballads
London: Frederick Warne and Co, nd. c. 1875. Revised edition. Printed by the Dalziel Brothers at the Camden Press. Read More about The Nobility of Life, Its Graces and Virtues, Portrayed in Prose and Verse by the Best Writers....
Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, . With 28 Chromolithographs. Read More about The Illustrated Gems of Sacred Poetry
n.p: Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway, n.d. Superb Civil War Railroad Chromolithograph. An absolutely brilliant chromolithograph, printed on heavy coated stock, its clarity of detail putting most examples of this medium to shame. Caption states: “The 'General' was captured at Big Shanty (now Kennesaw), Ga. April 12, 1862, by..... Read More about “The Famous War Engine 'General' of the Western & Atlantic R.R. Now on Permanent Exhibition...
Chicago: Kurz & Allison, 1887. Kurz was the most prolific Civil War artist of the nineteenth century and he is most famous for the 36 chromolithographs of Civil War battles. Read More about Battle of Fort Donelson. Capture of Genl. S. B. Buckner, February 16th 1862. [Chromolithographic...
Chicago: Kurz & Allison, 1891. Read More about Assault on Fort Sanders. Novemebr 29th 1863. [Chromolithographic print
Chicago: Kurz & Allison, 1891. Read More about Battle of Franklin. November 30 1864. [Chromolithographic print
Chicago: Kurz & Allison, 1893. Read More about Battle of Opequan or Winchester, Va. Sept. 19th 1864. [Chromolithographic print
Chicago: Kurz & Allison, 1890. Read More about Capture of Fort Fisher. January 15 1865. [Chromolithographic print
Baltimore Maryland: 1864. "The Regiment was organized as the 129th N.Y. Infantry, at Lockport, N.Y. and mustered into the U.S. service Aug., 22, 1862...was tarnsferred to Heavy Artillery in Dec. 1862 and designated the 8th N.Y. Vol. Artillery. Recruited to the maximum number (1839 men) in Feb. 1864. Read More about 8th Regiment N.Y. Artillery. Colonel P.A Porter
Chicago: Kurz & Allison, Art Publishers 76 & 78 Wabash Ave, 1888. Read More about Battle of Chattanooga. [Chromolithographic print