Paris: Pegasus Press, 1929. Limited to 175 Numbered Copies, Copy Number 13. Read More about Eustachio Celebrino da Udene, Calligrapher, Engraver and Writer for the Venetian Press
New York: 10 West Twenty-Second Street, . William Evarts Benjamin (1859 – 1940) was a prominent publisher and collector in Boston, Massachusetts. His most well-known work was the printing and extensive promotion of Edmund Clarence Stedman's A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, which..... Read More about A Catalogue of Rare and Fine Books. No. 73
Cambridge: at the University Press, 1952. First edition. Read More about English Books & Readers 1475 to 1557 Being a Study in the History of the Book Trade from...
Philadelphia: Dec. 14 1834. GET YOUR OPIUM HERE. Read More about Billhead of Isaac Thompson Wholesale & retail Druggist. Accomplished for "100 Feet Glass...
Aberdeen: 20, Upperkirkgate, 1832. Read More about Billhead of John Alexander Wilson Bookseller, Stationer & Bookbinder. Bill for £29.9.7 for...
Oxford: D. Prince et J. Cooke, 1781. Fine neo-classical binding in the style, and contemporary with, the Edwards of Halifax, with a charming fore-edge fishing scene. Read More about Miscellanea Critica. Iterum Edita. Curavit, et Appendicem Adnotationis Addidit Thomas Burgess
London: Printed for White, Cochrane & Co. by S. Hamilton, 1814. First edition edited by Mitford. The fore-edge painting depicts a country setting, with trees and a river in the foreground and a palatial manor in the background amidst more trees. A fine example of the art. Read More about The Poems of Thomas Gray. With Critical Notes, A Life of the Author, and An Essay on His Poetry,...
London: Edward Moxon & Co., Dover Strteet, 1867. First edition. With fore-edge painting of Oxford from the Meadow. Read More about Proverbial Philosophy
ca. 1833 [paper watermaked 1833]. A most unusual mosaic binding, with the use of hundreds of small multicolored morocco tiles creating a trompe l'oeil basket-weave effect. Read More about Blank album
N.p: The Bird & Bull Press, 1967. First Edition, one of 500 copies. A fine copy of this beautifully produced work. Read More about Omnibus. Instructions for amateur papermakers with notes and observations on private presses,...
North Hills, Pa: Bird & Bull Press, 1981. One of 232 copies. Read More about Practical Remarks on Modern Paper. With and introductory essay by Leonard B. Schlosser
New York: American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, Inc, 1938-1939. Priced. Read More about The Cortlandt F. Bishop Library. April 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1938; April 25, 26, and 27, 1938; November...
Oxford: Printed at the Clarendon Press, 1811. Contemporary Cathedral Binding, with a Fore-Edge Painting. Beautiful and unusually elegant binding, decorated with a fine painting of a cathedral along the fore-edge. Read More about The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments and Other Rites and Ceremonies of...
New York: George Braziller, . The Duke of Berry was a great collector of anything beautiful, from gems to castles. His library was surely one of the most remarkable of his collections, and included the Très Riches Heures and the Belles Heures, both illustrated by the famous Limbourg Brothers, as..... Read More about The Grand Heures of Jean, Duke of Berry. Introduction and Legends by Marcel Thomas
NOT LOUISVILLE, KY. Tipped into a copy of Robert Pollok's The Course of Time. 12mo NY, 1832 in contemporary black morocco. Read More about Bookplate of the Butternuts Library at Louisville (New York) ---No. 322 with abstract from the...
[New York]: circa 1790's ? This would have been Killian K. Van Rensselaer, (1763-1845), a lawyer and representing New York in Congress from the Seventh Congress (1801) through the Eleventh Congress (1811). Peter Rushton Maverick (1755-1807), originally a silversmith and from an engraving family in England, was a New York..... Read More about Engraved armorial bookplate of K[illian] K. Van Rensselaer of New York, with the motto “Vertus...
Cambridge: Harvard College Library, 1947. First American Edition, one of 40 on India paper of a worldwide edition of 510 copies. Read More about Luminario, or the third chapter of the Liber Elementorum Litterarum: On the Construction of Roman...
Paris: Damascène Morgand et Charles Fatout Libraires, 55 Passgedes Panoramas, 1876-1893. First edition. A complete list of these wonderful Bookseller's catalogues, with prices. Read More about Bulletin de la Librairie Morgand et Fatout
nd. Marion Boyars and John Calder started Calder and Boyars in the 1960s and started her own firm in 1975. She died in 1999 at age of 71. The sentiemnt may refer to her split with Calder. Read More about Self Portrait, with "The day after the saddest day of my life." beneath it
New York: American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1931. Signed by Bradley. Read More about Fifty Books of the Year [1931
nd. Braziller is a publisher. Read More about Self Portraits of Mike and Karen Braziller
New York: D. Appleton, 1860. First edition. Pioneer of Sporting Journalism. The biography of Porter, who in 1831 founded the American sporting periodical 'spirit of the Times," and served as its editor from 1835 to 1850. He also edited the American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine from 1840-1844, and the..... Read More about Life of William T. Porter
North Wolcott, [Vermont]: 1865. An excellent example of a late 19th-century auction broadside, with its characteristic bold typesetting. Read More about Broadside: Auction Sale! To Close The Subscriber will sell at public auction on Saturday Sept....
London: Ellis and Elvey, 1891. First edition, one of 100 copies, with six copies of large paper. An important library containing 170 volumes with fore-edge painting by Vecellio, from the famous Pillone library which are listed at pp.662-680 of Volume II, "Collected at the close of the sixteenth century by..... Read More about Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Printed Books Collected by Thomas Brooke F. S. A. and Preserved...