New York: Harpers, 1963 [but printed c.1970]. Early edition. Inscribed with a Drawing of Max. Inscribed with a.... Read More about Where the Wild Things Are
1938. Original 1930s Magazine Artwork. Read More about Painting: Girl at dance being offerred refreshments by men
1937. Original 1930s Magazine Artwork. Read More about Painting: Two women and a boy admiring kitten
1937. Original 1930s Magazine Artwork. Read More about Painting: Woman in ski outfit on skis in front of mirror
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1846. First book edition of Harper Bible (first issued in 54 parts). Harper Bible in Deluxe American binding. A copy in deluxe binding of the first complete book edition of the Harper Bible. "...this Harper publication was a remarkable production for its time and place..... Read More about The Illuminated Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, Translated Out of the Original...
San Francisco: A.M. Robertson, 1899. Edition de luxe, no. 24 of 52 hand-illuminated copies, numbered and signed by the author. Read More about A Season Sowing
Fine Original Illustration by Reginald Birch. A typically fine and engaging turn of the century magazine illustration, for which the artist was noted. Reginald Birch (1856-1943) was known as “The children's Gibson” because of the large number of children's stories he illustrated for St. Nicholas magazine. He also illustrated some..... Read More about Out for a Sleigh Ride
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1936. Bishop, Richard. First edition. Number 91 of 135 copies signed by the author. The frontispiece is an original etching, “Trumpeter Swan”, titled and signed by the artist. Read More about Bishop's Birds. Etchings of Water-Fowl and Upland Game Birds. Foreword by Colonel Harold P. Sheldon
New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1928. Blaine, Mahlon. First edition. Inscribed to His Psychiatriat, with Drawing. With orginal pen and ink drawing of man on horseback by Blaine and inscription on verso of the flyleaf: "For Archie Crandell from Mahlon Blaine 41"Dr. Archie Crandell was a psychiatrist at..... Read More about Black Majesty. The Life of Christophe, King of Haiti
New York: George H. Doran, . First American Edition. Inscribed on the half-title: "Not that I assume to select your reading- Merely a thought that you would enjoy these delightful stories, and the quaint form of their telling. Cordially Will Bradley July '23"... Read More about Kai Lung's Golden Hours
New York: R.H. Russell, 1902. The Wayside Series. Read More about Flowers From Persian Gardens: Selections From the Poems of Saadi, Hafiz, Omar Khayy*m, and...
Chicago: George Matthew Adams, 1910. First Edition. Dust Jacket and Cover by Will Bradley. Bradley's cover and jacket features the portrait of the author, a popular homespun newspaper poet, among whose output were some sporting verses (football, p. 40, baseball p. 102). Read More about Uncle Walt
New York & London: Published by John Lane, Sign of the Bodley Head, (August, 1897). First edition. Printed for John Lane by Will Bradley, Springfield, Mass. Read More about The Earth Breath and Other Poems by A.E
New York: The Typophiles, July 7. 1948. Signed by Will Bradley, Paul Bennett and David Silvewith Silve's handwritten directions to the printer in pencil on a seperate sheet. Read More about Broadside: WILL BRADLEY DEAN OF American Typographers. On Your Eightieth Birthday... The Typophiles
New York: nd. An interesting sheet, with Bradley's address ("Fifth National Bank Building, 131 East 23rd Street, New York") printed on recto, and 'some of the more important of the magazine and commercial commissions handled by Will Bradley" listed on the verso. Some of these included: the typographical make-up and..... Read More about Printed Resumé listing some of the more important commissions handled by Will Bradley
New York: Published by The American Type Founders Co, 1905. First edition. Read More about The Delectable Art of Printing: Called Also, The Printer Man's Joy: Treating of the Origination...
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1906. First Edition. A CLASSIC. Read More about Peter Poodle Toy Maker to the King
[New York]: 1923. Original Huck Finn Illustration by Worth Brehm. A poignant and surperbly drawn depiction of the scene when Huck, out hunting on Jackson's Island, meets the runaway slave, Jim.Huck stands at the left of the drawing, while Jim, at the foot of a large tree, kneels in supplication..... Read More about Illustration for Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
New York: Ca. 1910. Brehm, Worth. Original Tom Sawyer Illustration by Worth Brehm. A delightful scene, showning Tom and his cronies suffering from the effects of their experiments with tobacco and manfully trying to disguise the fact. Read More about “I've lost my knife. I reckon I better go and find it”
n.p: . The drawing depicts an allegorical figure of Manhattan, in colonial garb, tipping his hat and bowing in homage to his neighbor across the Brooklyn Bridge: a rotund figure in a Brooklyn baseball uniform, bat in one hand, pennant in the other, standing in a field with "Brooklyn B.B...... Read More about Fine original pen-and-ink drawing, probably for a newspaper illustration, commemorating the 1916...
New York: Scribners, etc, v.d. Paul Brown Collection. A substantial and interesting collection of Paul Brown remarques in his books, most drawn for the same young horseman, over a period of years.Great Horse Stories (1946). Remarque of a horse's head and inscription, "For Emma, with lots of luck, Paul, 46"Fire!..... Read More about Collection of 11 books, comprising 7 volumes signed or inscribed with original drawings:] Silver...
nd. Paul Brown is best known for his illustrations of horses and equestrian sports, as well as some of his books, published with The Derrydale Press, Dodd and others, but he also illustrated Brooks Brothers catalogs for decades. Brown's pencil sketches relied on his keen powers of observation and he..... Read More about Drawing of Man and Woman skiing in foreground, with horse-drawn sleigh in background
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1936. Brown, paul. First edition. With a fine sepia pencil portrait of War Paint's head with feather hanging down and a warm inscription "To Laura Adams [sister of Fredrick B. Adams, Jr.] May you count many co--- Very sincerely Paul Brown '36." Read More about War Paint, An Indian Pony
New York: Covici, Friede Publishers, 1928. King, Alexander. Number 97 of 960 numbered copies on Aurelian paper, designed by Robert S. Josephy for J.J. Little and Ives Company... Read More about Venus Castina. Famous Female Impersonators, Celestial and Human
London: T. Heptinstall, 1796. Read More about The Pilgrim's Progress. To which is Prefixed the Life of the Author With a key to the Allegory...
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1909. First Edition. Read More about Chivalry