London: George Bell and Sons, 1900. Read More about The XII Books of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus the Emperor. Translated by George Long
Paris: Librairie Louis Janet, nd (1860). First edition. Cartonnage Romantique. Read More about Sous la Neige. Chacun son Récit
Amsterdam: Elzevir, 1649. A fascinating glimpse into the arguments following the Arminian-Calvinist debate. The first major work by Andreas Essenius (1618-1677), arguing against Socianianism, a Radical Reformation set of ideas by Lelio and Fausto Sozzini, denying the pre-existence of Christ (going beyond the Italian Antitrinitarian Council of Venice in 1550)..... Read More about Triumphus crucis sive Fides Catholica de satisfactione Domini Nostri Iesu Christi, asserta, &...
Paris: Chez Cuchet, rue & hôtel Serpente, 1783. First edition. The first standard work of an aerostation, UNCUT. Barthélemy Faujas de Saint-Fond (1741-1819), was a very successful lawyer whose interest in natural history led him to become a geologist. He developed his own theory of volcanoes in the massive folio..... Read More about Description des Expériences de la Machine aérostatique de MM. de Montgolfier et de celles...
Paris: Henri Plon, 1862-1868. First edition. Read More about Causeries d'un Curieux Variétés d'Histoire et d'Art
a Londre: Chez Jean Nourse, 1750. First Edition in French. SCHIFF COPY, WITH PENCIL DRAWING. Pierre-Antoine de la Place (1707-93) was famous as the author of the compendious "Théâtre Anglais" (1745-48), in which a number of plays by Shakespeare first appeared in French, and he was a great admirer of..... Read More about Histoire de Tom Jones, ou L'Enfant Trouvé. Traduction de l'Anglois de M. Fielding par L.D.L.P....
Paris: de l'Imprimerie de Didot L'Aîné, 1786. Troisième édition. Read More about Les Six Nouvelles de M. de Florian
Amsterdam: Elzevir, 1646. Anti-Catholicism in Scotland in the Early Modern Period. The Latin version of Patrick Forbes's (1564-1635) major work, An Exquisite Commentarie upon the Revelation of Saint John, translated by his son John Forbes of Corse (1593-1648). The work is deeply anti-Catholic and Puritan, insisting that the ritual in..... Read More about Commentarius in Apocalypsin, cum appendice, in qua sunt, Tractatus apologeticus, de legitima...
Paris: Crapelet, 1824. Read More about Les Poets François depuis le 12e Siecle Jusqu'à Malherbe
New York: Edicom, Inc, 1986. First edition in English, Number 10 of 300 copies. One of 300 Copies. This magnificent book has five main sections: Index of Entomological Terms; Index of Fly Tying Instructions ; Tools and Materials; Hackle Capes & Summary of the Different Families. Read More about Ephemeras "Mayflies" Naturals and Artificials. Editor of English Language edition,...
Paris: Chez Maradan, 1813. Read More about Mademoiselle de Clermont. Nouvelle Historique
Paris: Bourgueleret, Éditeur [chez Abel Ledoux printed on wrappers], 1838. In an attractive Romantic binding by Thierry, the successor to Petit-Simier. Read More about Le Vicaire de Wakefield. Traduction par Charles Nodier
Paris: E. Dentu, 1859-75. First edition. Presentation Copy, Extra-Illustrated With 2 Autograph Letters. PRESENTATION COPY of the first edition of the Goncourt brothers’ pioneering survey of 18th-century French art, inscribed to fellow collector, art critic, and salonist, Comte Louis Clément de Ris, and EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with 159 engravings and 2 autograph..... Read More about L’Art du Dix-Huitième Siècle
Paris: Charavay, Mantoux, Martin, Librairie d'Education de la Jeunesse, nd (1890). Léandre. Read More about L'Avenir d'Aline
Paris: Aulard for the Bibliothèque national, 1947. Landmark Exhibition Catalogue. Landmark catalogue of the Society's first exhibition, for which its president André Rodocanachi was mainly responsible, and at which a large number of contemporary bindings were exhibited. Read More about Société de la Reliure Originale. Catalogue de l'exposition. La reliure originale
Paris: Didier et Cie, 1869, etc. Read More about Works ... Cours d'Histoire Moderne. Comprising: Histoire de la Civilisation en France, Histoire...
Paris: Alphonse Lemerre, 1900. Inscribed in each volume on the half-title to La Countesse de la Baume. Read More about Œuvres de Paul Hervieu
Paris: Champion, 1922. First edition. Read More about Histoire du Costume Antique d'après des Études sur le modèle vivant. Avec une Préface par...
Paris: Charles Gosselin, 1831. Johannot, Tony. First edition, third issue. First edition, third issue, of Hugo's first great success as a novelist, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, in a fine retrospective binding by René Aussourd. Though styled the "Troisème Édition" on the title-page, this is in fact the third issue of..... Read More about Notre-Dame de Paris
Paris: Les Beaux Livres du Foyer Les Arts et le Livre 17, Rue Froideveaux, 1927. Number 200 of 500 copies. Read More about Le Reve Franciscain suivi des Petite Fleurs de Saint François d'Assise. Tarduites par Frederic...
[Rouen]; Paris: s.n, 1761; 1764. Volumes I-III contain the history of the Society of Jesus from its origin until the end of the eighteenth century and the first analysis of its constitutions and privileges. Volume IV continues that analysis and has an index of the four-volume set. Barbier assigns the..... Read More about Histoire Générale de la naissance & des progrès de la Compagnie de Jesus, et Analyse de...
Paris: M.D. Wilmann, 1840. First edition. Ramsden notes that Boutigny was the leading exponent of the rocaille style and did much of his work anonymously for publishers. Read More about Keepsake pour 1840
Paris: Delloye, Desmé et Cie, 49 Rue Neuve-Vivienne, 1837. First edition. Text by French authors Georges Sand, Châteaubriand, and others, with illustrations by British illustrators. Ramsden notes that Boutigny was the leading exponent of the rocaille style and did much of his work anonymously for publishers. Read More about Paris-Londres Keepsake Français 1837. Nouvelles Inédites