New York: Published by The Century Co, . First edition. WITH DRAWING. The second book of the immensely... Read More about Another Brownie Book
New York: Published by Hurd and Houghton. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1868. First edition. Read More about Sketches Abroad with Pen and Pencil
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1902. First edition, first state. Read More about Ransom's Folly
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892. Gibson, Charles Dana. First edition, First printing. Inscribed "To Lee Kohns with the respects of the author Sincerely yours Richard Harding Davis." and signed below by the artist, Charles Dana Gibson. Read More about Van Bibber and Others
Published in "A Tomato Can Chronicle", 1937, at p. 132. Ralph L. Boyer was one of the small group of artists most closely associated with the Derrydale Press. He was educated at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and his work as an illustrator was widely published. Connett published several..... Read More about Original drawing for "A Tomato Can Chronicle": "I dropped the farthest one",...
Published in "A Tomato Can Chronicle", 1937, at p. 121. Ralph L. Boyer was one of the small group of artists most closely associated with the Derrydale Press. He was educated at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and his work as an illustrator was widely published. Connett published several..... Read More about Original drawing for "A Tomato Can Chronicle": "Pop turned completely around in...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936. Hunt, Lynn Bogue. First edition, No. 1144 of 1225 copies. Wonderful portraits of various game birds, by the master.Inscribed on half-title by author "To Russ Aitken one sportsman to another" and signed by famous sportsman Aitken "Russell Barnett Aitken Major, Air Corps Oct. 1945."..... Read More about An Artist's Game Bag
New York: H.S. Nichols, . Facsimile of the rare and earliest issue done by H.S. Nichols. Read More about The Haunted Man and The Ghost's Bargain. A Fancy for Christmas-Time
[Los Angeles: ca, 1941]. Original Inscribed Disney Animation Cel. Inscribed in the mat, lower right: "To James van Alen, My best wishes, Walt Disney," most probably in the hand of studio artist Floyd Gottfredson. Read More about Animation Cel, "How to Ride a Horse," from The Reluctant Dragon
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1894. Remington, Frederic. First edition. With Remington Illustrations. Remington is at his best here in 19 drawings of horses and horsemen from many lands . This is a PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by the author on the flyleaf:"To Miss Henry A Budd / a small..... Read More about Riders of Many Lands
New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1903. Newell, Peter. First Newell edition. Read More about The Hunting of the Snark and Other Poems and Verses
New York: Dutch Treat Club, 1980-1994. Read More about Dutch Treat Club. Annual volumes 1980-1984, 1986-1994
New York: May 1890. Parson Samuel Webster Jr. was a minuteman from Temple, N.H. He died in 1777 at the age of 34. Read More about Pen and Ink drawing from openning of the poem "The Fighting Parson" by Henry Ames Blood...
New York: 1897. The work was published in New York by Macmillan in 1897 and contained an Introduction by Hamilton Wright Mabie with all illustrations by Edwards. Illustration or chapter titles penciled in the margin (in the order of the book): "Lullaby of a Lover" * Rosalynd's Madrigal" * "The..... Read More about Pen and Ink Drawing: 6 from "A Book of Old English Love Songs"
Fine Original Illustration by Reginald Birch. Published as an illustration to George Eliot's The Mill on the Floss in St. Nicholas Magazine, this is a typically fine and engaging turn of the century magazine drawing for which the artist was noted. Reginald Birch (1856-1943) was known as “The children's Gibson”..... Read More about "The Fish Pond"
[New York: 1939]. Published in "The Happy End", 1939, at p. 90. Fine sporting drawing by Churchill Ettinger, illustrating the scene in the story by Ben Ames Williams, "Cash in Hand", where a huntsman named Woodward misinterprets the apparent disobedience of the dog Cash, who prevents him from stepping on..... Read More about Original drawing for "The Happy End": to illustrate the story "Cash in Hand",...
[New York: 1939]. Published in "The Happy End", 1939, at p. 183. Fine sporting drawing by Churchill Ettinger, illustrating the scene in the story by Ben Ames Williams, "The Old Men's Pool", where fisherman and guide, furious at each other's stubbornness, descend the falls of the Humber River in full..... Read More about Original drawing for "The Happy End": to illustrate the story "The Old Men's...
New York: McGraw-Hill, (1963). Inscribed with a Cartoon. Feiffer's witty and touching inscription to the famed New York columnist, Leonard Lyons, extends over the first four preliminary pages, with an accompanying cartoon: "For -> Leonard -> Lyons -> -never a rat with a woman or anyone else." The running cartoon..... Read More about Harry, the Rat with Women
nd. INSCRIBED to his agent, the renowned Robert Lantz. "A dance to Robby's new wall, wherever it may be. Love, Jules. Read More about Poster "A Dance to Bam Bam Babam Bam Bam." Brooklyn Academy of Music dance music drama
New York: Henry Holt, . First edition. 235 of 320 copies printed on rag laid paper and specially bound, signed by the author and illustrator and inscribed to Charles B. Driscoll, with quote added. Inscribed on half-title "For William Griffith, man of elegant, temperate refinement who may have chummed with..... Read More about Heroes from Hakluyt
N. P: Published by S. Curtis, 1823. Numbered 2560. Read More about An engraving of a mint-like purple flowering plant by Weddell after J. Curtis
New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co, . Inscribed: "To Timothy Ownes, Antonio Frasconi December 1955" Read More about See and Say, Guarda e Paria, Regarde et Parie, Mira Y Habia, a picture book in four languages...
Inscribed, " To Bob Blasberg with all the best Pierotti." in pencil above his pen signature. Read More about Original cartoon of Joe Frazier and Buster Mathis with Mathis's balloon saying "Look Joe-a...
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1887. French, Frank. Beatifully executed wood-engravings, an attractive and representative example of an elaborate late 19th-century American gift book. Read More about Home Fairies and Heart Flowers. Twenty Studies of Children's Heads with Floral Embellishments,...
Chicago, Ill: [The Lakeside Press. R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co, 1894]. Frost, A.B. (1851-1928). First edition, edition deluxe, number 708 of 1000 copies. Miscellany of sporting anecdotes with very nice Frost plates. Read More about A Strike Made by Boyce's Big Weeklies