New York: Simon and Schuster, 1955. First edition. Read More
New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1899.
London: Aldine Publishing Company, [1895, 96].
London: "Boys of England" Office, 1899. Harkaway Series Nos. 12 & 13. Both books were originally issued in parts (21 & 12 pts, respectively), "but here reissued as one of the sixpenny volumes in the Harkaway series of complete novels." (James & Smith).
London: [Edwin J. Brett, "Boys of England Office"], [ca. 1890]. Original 65 weekly numbers.
[London: W. Lucas (?), ca. 1890]. Weekly penny parts. A collection of Ching-Ching adventures from “the boys’ Charles Dickens,” Edward Burrage (1839-1916). Ching-Ching rivaled the popularity the Victorian-era boys’ adventure hero Jack Harkaway.
London: Published by George Emmett, at the Office, Hogarth House, St. Bride’s Avenue, [ca. 1885]. Early edition. James & Smith tentatively attributed this boys’ adventure to George Emmett, who appears here as the publisher. The illustrations, at least one of which is signed “Phiz,” have been attribited to Hablot Knight.....
Windsor[, Vermont]: Printed by Oliver Farnsworth, 1815. First Edition. In referring to Bradley’s “An Improved Spelling Book,” similar in format to this one and published the same year, Nietz informs us that “this book was different from many others in several respects. First, Bradley frankly acknowledged that ‘the extracts have.....
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1906. First Edition. A CLASSIC.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. Wiese, Kurt. First edition.
New York: Harper & Brothers, . First edition.
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."
London: Addey and Co, 1852. First edition.
New York: John Day, . First Edition. INSCRIBED TO HER SECRETARY. INSCRIBED by Buck to her secretary of 30 years, "To Mrs. Shaddlinger and her children. With warm regards, Pearl S. Buck"
New York: John Day, . First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author to her secretary’s daughter, Jackie Shaddlinger, "For Jackie [Shaddlinger] with appreciation and good wishes. Pearl S. Buck."
New York: John Day, . First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author to her secretary’s daughter, Jackie Shaddlinger, "For Jackie [Shaddlinger] Pearl S. Buck."
Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Company, 1859. First edition, with frontispiece inserted and both printer and stereotyper's names on copyright page.
New York: published by William Burgess Juvenile Emporium [R. & G. Wood, Printers], 1831. First edition. Costume Plates.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company Publishers, . First edition.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [co. 1914]. Reprint. Inscribed by Burroughs to 'Jane'. Inscribed by Burroughs to Maureen "Jane" Farrow on the ffep, "… with all good wishes from her old friend and admirer, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzana, California, January 31, 1938." Maureen O'Sullivan Farrow (1911-1998) played Jane alongside Johnny...
New York: printed and published by I. Riley, 1811. "Next to Defoe’s original version, the most popular adaptation was Campe’s New Robinson Crusoe … published in two volumes at Hamburgh in 1779. It was in the form of a dialogue between a parent and his children. To make Robinson Crusoe’s.....
Montreal: Publié pour A. Bowman à L'Imprimerie de lane et Bowman, No. 7, Rue St. Francois Xavier, 1816. Imprimées sur la Quatrème édition d'Avignon revue et corrigée.
Philadelphia: Uriah Hunt & Son, 1845. Improved edition.
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.
Boston: Ticknor & Co, 1886. First Edition, First State with Corewa not Korea on p. xi of publisher's ads at back. It was one of the first "imitations" inspired by Lewis Carroll's two books, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass.
Glasgow: Printed for the Booksellers, [ca. 1880's]. Facsimile of this chapbook, this bearing the numerals “ix. 3” along the lower margin.