Edinburgh: Printed for Private Circulation, 1837. First Edition, one of 50 copies. The "Roxburghe Revels" of the title... Read More
Jamaica Queensborough New York: Printed at the Marion Press and to be sold by Dodd Mead and Company Fifth Avenue and Thirty-fifth Street New York, 1901. First edition, Limited to 29 copies on Japan paper, Number 20, signed by the printer and completed the month of October, 1901.
Bourdeaux: par les Continauteurs de Simon Millanges, 1921. The private catalogue of the collection of books of Monsieur Moura with 931 entires.
Paris &Bourdeaux: Francisque Lefrançois & Mel Monastre-Picmilh, 1923. The Sale catalogue of the collection of books of Monsieur Moura with 1144 entires. inscribed onthe front free-endpaper.
New York: Printed for the Friends of A. Edward Newton, Esq [Aquatone Edward Stern & Co., Inc. Philadelphia], 1934. First edition of 300 copies signed by Newton. Signed by Newton. The poem, written by Elkins, was given to Newton to read who was so amused with it that he took...
Philadelphia: December 9, 1931. “Your disposition of the prize for the essay, The Ideal Book, is entirely satisfactory to me.” The letter refers to The Ideal Book. Two Essays Jointly Awarded the Prize Offered By the Limited Editions Club for the Best Essay upon the Subject by Porter Garnett and...
Philadelphia: June 8, 1926. Readin in part, “Please send me Item 83 — Old Bibles, and Item 96 — Binding, listed in your recent catalogue. Also Item 705. Thank you for your nice note anent the ‘Amenities.’ But why is the price so low?” Newton has affixed the listing for...
Philadelphia: Univ. of Penn. Press, 1936. First Edtition. Inscribed: "My friend Carl H. Pforzheimer will need no other monument than his library. page 66. A Edward Newton. Oct 21, 1936." With a fine 4pp. ALs from Newton to Pforzheimer about his daughter's stay with the Pforzheimers. "[King] Edward had laid...
Boston: 1933. No. 570 of 1351 copies of the Dream Children Edition, with signed quotation by A.E.N.
Boston: Little, Brown, 1930. Williams, Gluyas. Limited edition, no. 446 of 500 copies, signed by author.
Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1921. First edition.
Boston: Little, Brown, 1930. First Impression of the First Trade edition.
Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1926. First edition, Number 64 of 375 copies, signed.
Boston: Little, Brown, 1930. First Impression of the Trade edition.
Rolls House: 8 August 1856.
London: The Villon Society, 1903. First edition, no. 1 of 300 copies. Henry Buxton Forman's copy, with his bookplate, dated initials and 1-page bibliographic ALS from Alfred Forman written on the verso of the prospectus for the present edition. The prospectus notes an edition of 300 copies, of which 50...
Paris: Renouard, 1822. Excellent bibliographic miscellany, giving accounts of the Roxburghe sale, and reviews of translations of T.F. Dibdin’s Tour of France and Germany, and notices of other Dibdin publications.Peignot was also author of a Manuel bibliographique (1800) and Curiosités bibliographiques (1804).
Paris: Ernest Gründ, 1926-7. First edition. A listing of works published since 1789. It includes new impressions and new editions of 18th century works. There are indices of the principle memoirs, persons and letters of the 18th century and an author catalogue.
M[iddle] H[ill]: 2 D[ec] 1857. A genealogical enquiry, reading in part, “The box & Patent are come safe & I am much obliged to you. I have no fault to find in the matter, except with my FATHER. I enclose you 2 Pedigrees which I have just set up as.....
M[iddle] H[ill]: January 14, 1854. The famed mansuscript collector Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872) bosts of a recent genealogical manuscript aquisition. Reading in part, “A very curious document has been sent to me this week from Ireland — no less than “an enquiry into the origin of Thos Molyneaux the Chancellor,”.....
Venice: Carlo Palese, sold by Lorenzo Baseggio, 1787. First edition. Pinelli Library Catalogue with Prices Realized. A beautiful, large-margined copy of the catalogue of the great Pinelli library in Venice, written by Abbé Morelli, of the Biblioteca Marciana, for the purposes of dispersal. The library was assembled over the course...
Paris: Librairie Morgand, printed by L. Daniel of Lille, 1899. Copy No. 49 of 350 numbered copies. Beautifully illustrated catalogue of the library collected by Auguste and Eugène Dutuit including 789 items, each of which is described with extensive notes, and many of which are illustrated by the stunning chromolithographs...
Providence [Rhode Island]: Sidney S. Rider, 1878. Edition of 250 copies. Describes the libraries of John Carter Brown, Joseph J. Cooke, John R. Bartlett, Royal C. Taft, Alexander Farnum, C. Fiske Harris and the author's own.
St. James Palce; and np: June 20, 1840; November 6, 1846. In the first letter, to[Francis] Wrangham, Rogers sends thanks and states “I am not now so young or so gay as when you roused me from my morning dream in the Temple, for I am now climbing … my...
Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1927. First trade edition. Inscribed "Clarence Dillon with the kind regards of A.S. W. Rosenbach. November 30, 1927."
Oxford: Printed for presentation to the Roxburghe Club, 1988. First edition.