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: Simon and Schuster, . First edition. Inscribed by Gorey. Inscribed to Bob Wilson 24 November 1969. Read More about The Secrets. The Other Statue
New York: Meredith Press, (1967). First edition. Read More about The Utter Zoo
New York: Congdon & Weed, Inc, . First edition. Read More about The Water Flowers
New York: William Farquhar Payson, . First edition. Read More about Greasy Luck. A Whaling Sketch Book
London: A & C Black, . First edition. Read More about Cruikshank's Water-Colours
New York: Harper & Brothers, . First edition (so stated on copyright page, and with code "I-X" beneath). Inscribed. Inscribed boldly in purple ink on the flyleaf: "To J. Stuart Groves from Zane Grey." A fine, early collection of five stories of adventure and endurance, set in the American West..... Read More about Tappan's Burro
Washington, D.C: Gridiron Club, 1926. First edition. INSCRIBED TEDDY BEAR SKETCH. Inscribed by the Club president Clifford K. Berryman with a sketch of a Teddy Bear on page 6. Berryman was a Pulitzer-prize winning Washington Post and Washington Star political cartoonist whose 1902 cartoon of Teddy Roosevelt refusing to shoot..... Read More about The Gridiron Sporting Guide 1926
Jerusalem/Tel Aviv: "Massadah" and "Alumoth" 1957. Szyk, Arthur. A well appointed redaction of the 1939 edition. Executed by Arthur Szyk, edited by Cecil Roth, and originally published in a deluxe limited edition of 250 copies. The Szyk Haggadah is a Passover Haggadah, executed contemporary to its time (Poland between 1934..... Read More about The Haggadah
[Upper Montclair, New Jersey]: Temporary Culture, 2008. Clute, Judith. Edition of twenty five copies, numbered 1 to 25, signed by the artist and author. Joe Haldeman is author of the science fiction classic The Forever War (1975) and many other books. The poem was first published as "Endangered Species" in..... Read More about Forever Peace. To Stop War. Poem by Joe Haldeman. Etchings by Judith Clute
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1894. Hereford, Oliver. First edition. Read More about Alegretto
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1900. Autograph Edition, limited to 500 signed and numbered copies, this copy no. 498, signed by Rose Hawthorne Lathrop, Hawthorne's daughter. WITH SIGNED DOCUMENT. With document signed by Hawthorne as the consul at Liverpool for the ship Yorkshire of New York on Oct. 26, 1853. Read More about The Writings of…
New York: Dutton, 1930. First edition, one of 100 copies SIGNED by the artist. John Held Jr.'s Caricatures of Sport. A fine example of Held's humorous line and superb draftsmanship. Shown are ladies and gentlemen enjoying the following pursuits: Hunting, Fox Hunting, Fishing, Golf, Water Skiing, Snow Skiing, Parachuting, Tennis..... Read More about Outlines of Sport [with:] original pen and ink drawing of a fishing scene, the third picture in...
New York: Ives Washburn, . First edition. Read More about The Works of John Held Jr
New York: Modern Age Books, 1939. First edition, Number 126 of 440 copies, signed by Quintanilla. Read More about All the Brave. Preface by Ernest Hemingway. Text by Elliott Paul and Jay Allen
New York: The Century Co, 1901. First edition. INSCRIBED TO WILL BRADLEY. Inscribed on flyleaf in pencil, "To Will Bradley-With affectionate regards from the pestiferous Oliver Herford.", with his sketch of a lion below. A fine association. Read More about Artful Antics
np: nd. Oliver Herford (1863-1935) was known as both a poet and illustrator, as well as for his wit. Born in England, he moved with his family to the United States when he was six, but later attended schools in both countries, as well as in France. He had a...... Read More about "Me and She." An original pen and ink drawing of a young women (teenager?) playing...
New York: George M. Allen Company, . First edition. with a pencil drawing signed by the author. Two pencil drawings, "Koevessi" signed O. Herford, tipped into front pastedown. Inscription from Lilian Brower Stiles Feb. 7th 1900. Read More about Pen And Inklings
New York: 10 Nov. 1840. Herring Proposes Deal with Carey. The engraver James Herring, along with his collaborator James Longacre, published their famous ground-breaking biographical series, National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans (1834-1839). At some point Herring evidently sold his share in the work to Longacre, for he writes in..... Read More about Autograph Letter signed to Philadelphia publisher E.L. Carey, discussing a possible partnership...
London: printed for D. Browne, 1761. Hogarth, William. Second Hogarth edition. Second edition with Hogarth's Illustrations. First edition with Gray's Notes and the first edition with Hogarth's rollicking illustrations. Read More about Hudibras, in Three Parts, Written in the Time of the Late Wars: Corrected and Amended: With...
1854. Drawings from a Travel Sketchbook. Double-sided drawing with scenes from the artist's European tour in 1854. The vignettes include various figure studies and costume sketches from different countries (Alexandria, Holland, Paris, Zurich, Belgium and Berne)Augustus Hoppin (1828-1896) was a prominent American illustrator who started his career (after having practiced..... Read More about "From Mr. Hoppins Sketchbook. Travels Abroad"
New Haven: The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, 1926. Mason, Jr., G. Grant. First edition. A humorous depiction of "Yale" college life in 'bulldog" form. Read More about Bingo's Book. With an introduction by William B. Kip
New York: George P. Putnam 155 Broadway, 1851. Read More about Illustrations of Washington Irving's Dolph Heyliger
[New York]: American Art-Union, 1848. Read More about Illustrations of Rip Van Winkle. Designed and Etched by Felix O.C. Darley for the Members of the...