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
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1909. First Edition. Read More about Chivalry
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1907. Pyle, Howard. First edition. Inscribed, Third Book. Inscribed by the Author on the endpaper "The unpardonable defect xxxx of these stories is that, while they revive the manners of a past age, they do not revive manners to be admired or cultivated. James Branch..... Read More about Gallantry: An Eighteenth Century Dizain in Ten Comedies, With an Afterpiece
London: John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, 1928. Papé, Frank C. First English illustrated edition. Read More about The Silver Stallion. A Comedy of Redemption
New York: Frederick A. Stokes, [September],1913. Pyle, Howard. First Edition. HOWARD PYLE ILLUSTRATIONS. Read More about The Soul of Melicent
New York: Frederick A. Stokes, (September) 1913. Pyle, Howard. First edition. Inscribed. Ffep inscribed: “For William H. Holden, Jr. / with the best wishes of James Branch Cabell / 18 September 1920”. Read More about The Soul of Melicent
New York: Robert M. McBride, 1929. Papé, Frank. First edition, Number 746 of 850 copies, signed. Read More about The Way of Ecben. A Comedietta Involving a Gentleman
Los Altos, CA: William Kaufmann, Inc, printed by the Stinehour Press, . The Cenntenial Edition. No. 219 of 395 copies. Colophon signed by Martin Gardner, Charles Mitchell, Selwyn H. Goodacre, and Roderick Stinehour. Read More about The Hunting of the Snark. The Annotated Snark by Martin Gardner. The Designs for the Snark by...
London: Published in the magazine “Men Only”, 1943. Cartoon Original by Martin. A waiter replies to a patron's gratitude. Martin, a Londoner, was a contributor to a number of English magazines, including Punch, in the 1930s-40s. Read More about “Don't thank me, Sir. Thank the Merchant Navy”: Original cartoon drawing, pen and wash on...
London: Published in the magazine “Men Only”, 1945. Cartoon Original by Martin. A uniformed staffer of the Ministry of Information informs himself of the latest race results. Martin, a Londoner, was a contributor to a number of English magazines, including Punch, in the 1930s-40s. Read More about Original cartoon drawing, pen and wash on board, signed and dated lower right
London: Published in “Punch”, July 31, 1946. Cartoon Original by Martin. A traditional admonition, this time addressed to his wife by a burglar. Martin, a Londoner, was a contributor to a number of English magazines, including Punch, in the 1930s-40s. Read More about “So it's you, Ethel! How many times must I tell you not to phone me during working hours?”:...
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1983. No. 780 of 1500 copies, signed by the artist. Read More about A Lost Lady. With an Introduction by John Hollander
New York: The Dial Press, 1959. Number 74 of 250 copies signed by the Author. Read More about George Catlin and the Old Frontier
New York: Hastings House, 1940. First Edition, No.20 of 55 specially bound copies, printed on all rag paper signed by both Chamberlain and Moffat. Read More about France will Live Again. The Portrait of a Peaceful Interlude 1919-1939. Drawn with Etchings,...
[Williamsburg, Massachusetts]: Cheloniidae Press, 1983. Robinson, Alan James. Artist’s copy. The Artist’s Sketches, Mock-Up & Proofs. Six poems, originally published in Birds, Beasts & Flowers (1930), newly illustrated by Alan James Robinson. Unique visual archive of the genesis and execution of this fine edition. Read More about Tortoises. Six Poems by D. H. Lawrence … With an Introduction by Jefferson Hunter
Philadelphia: Published by M. Fithian, 1840. A collection of amusing and instructional stories of Lucy and Harry and Rosamund and Godfrey including one story on some logical childish misconceptions such as there being two worlds: the old and the new. Read More about Extracts from Early Lessons
New York: R.H. Russell, 1897. Read More about “Chip's Dogs.” A Collection of Humorous Drawings
New York: The New Yorker, 1963? Read More about 6 Original drawing finished pen and ink drawing with Satyr chasing Naked woman and golfer...
With a copy of The New Yorker issuew they appear in. Read More about 7 finished drawings in pen for The New Yorker Sept. 17, 1966 pp. 60 & 61, with 3 pages of...
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1920. Gift Edition. Gift Edition. Read More about Pinocchio: The Story of a Puppet
Boston: The Ball Publishing Company, 1910. Fisher, Bud. Read More about The Mutt and Jeff Cartoons
[New York: 1949]. Red Scare Trial: Judge Medina’s Album, with Original Drawing. Large souvenir album prepared for Harold R. Medina, the judge who presided over the 1949 trial of Communist conspirators in New York City. The trial of party chairman William Z. Foster, Gus Hall, and 10 other prominent Reds..... Read More about Original ink and wash drawing of Judge Harold R. Medina in his courtroom, presiding over the 1949...
New York: Albert & Charles Boni, . First edition. The origin of "Frankie and Johnny" Read More about Frankie and Johnny
New York: Printed at the Walpole Printing Office, New Rochelle, for the Limite editions Club, 1930. Covarrubias, Miguel. Copy No. 309 of 1500 SIGNED BY COVARRUBIAS. The rich, lush color plates by Covarrubias perfectly complement this novel which is set in Africa. Read More about Batouala. A Novel by
New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition. WITH DRAWING. The second book of the immensely popular Brownie series. This copy is accompanied by a charming Palmer Cox pen-and-ink drawing of three Brownies (7 x 12 cm.). Read More about Another Brownie Book
New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition, second issue, with de Vinne seal on copyright page. The First Brownie Book: With an Original Drawing. The first book of the immensely popular Brownie series. This copy is accompanied by a an original Palmer Cox pen-and-ink drawing for the..... Read More about The Brownies: Their Book