Philadelphia: George Barrie & Son, 1899. Japan edition, no. 62 of 500 copies printed for Mr. Oakes Ames. Read More about Paris Known and Unknown
London: C. Clarke, 1805. Nouvelle Edition, réimprimée après celle de Didot. In Contemporary Red Morocco Binding. Read More about Les Adventures de Telemaque / Avventure di Telemaco. Facing texts in French and Italian
Paris: Ernest Bourdin, . Ginain, Eugène. First edition. A stunningly fine copy in publisher’s binding, the gilt looking like it was stamped yesterday. “Le cartonnage spécial de l’éditeur est agréablement orné” (Carteret). Read More about Une Saison à Aix-les-Bains
Milan: La Chance du Bibliophile, . Boccasile, Gino. Large Folio Illustrated Edition. Beautiful "edizioni d'arte" with fine, full page color plates by famed Italian poster artist Gino Boccasile (1901-1952). Read More about Il Decamerone
Paris: Chez Oncelein, imprimeur-librairie, rue da Hurepoix, No. 17, 1801. Translated from the Italian into French by A. Sabatier de Castres (1742-1817). The engravings after Gravelot, Boucher, Eisen are slightly reduced copies of those in the Paris edition of 1757-61. Read More about Contes de J. Bocace; traduction nouvelle, augmentée de divers contes et nouvelles en vers...
London: Printed for G. Robinson, No. 25, Paternoster Row, 1783. Second edition. The Spiritual History of Whipping. Second edition in English of this adaptation of Abbé Boileau's classic medical, theological and erotic study, HISTORIA FLAGELLANTIUM. first published in 1700. De Lolme's English version was first published in 1777, and again..... Read More about The History of the Flagellants: otherwise, of Religious Flagellations among different Nations,...
n.p: Delpech, n.d. Louis Leopold Boilly. A delightful caricature of five elderly men closely examining, with varying expressions, small items from a box in the foreground. A famous image. Boilly (1761-1845) was a long-lived and prolific painter and engraver, achieving particular reknown with the publication, in 1823, of “Grimaces”, a...... Read More about FINE HAND-COLORED LITHOGRAPH, “LES ANTIQUAIRES”, signed in the plate “L. Boilly”
New York: Covici, Friede Publishers, 1928. Bosschere, Jean de. Number 176 of 275 copies, each with a special frontispiece and signed by the author/illustrator. Read More about Marthe and the Madman. Translated from the French by Pierre Loving
Paris: Éditions du Moustié, . One of a few copies reserved for the artist, with his initials. Read More about Mes Amours à Vingt Ans
Cincinnati, Ohio: Zebra Press, 1951. "a virtual museum between covers" (Heller). Vol. 3, the last published, includes features on Ben Shahn, Stereoscopy (w/ 3D glasses), Henri Cartier-Bresson, and calligraphy and French marbled paper (w/ tipped-in examples of each). Read More about Portfolio: The Annual of the Graphic Arts. Vol. I, no. 3
Paris: Hachette, . Early edition. Babar and Santa Claus. Of Barbar's many adventures, this Christmas tale no doubt resonates with anyone who sent a letter to Father Christmas and didn't receive a reply. Such is the tale here, and Barbar heads to the Arctic in disbelief that Father Christmas wouldn't..... Read More about Babar et le Père Noël
London: Printed by W. Nicholson, Warner Street for W. Baynes, 54, Paternoster Row, 1808. Third edition. Read More about An Academy for Grown Horsemen; Containing the Completest Instructions for Walking, Trotting,...
Berlin: Verlag von Klinkhardt, 1932. First Editio. Read More about Hans Burgkmair, Meister der Graphik
Paris: Librairie des Bibliophiles. Charles Carrington, Éditeur. 13, Fabourg Montmartre, 13, 1898. Number 273 of 500 copies on Van Gelder's vellum paper. Read More about Curious Bypaths of History: Being Medico-historical Studies and Observations
London: Printed for Thomas Tegg, 1812. Second edition. Read More about The Spirit of English Wit; or Post-Chaise Companion: being an Entertaining Budget of Laughable...
New York: Charles Magnus 61 Bowery. Read More about Letterhead with 16 hand-colored oval view of Central Park above printed "Central Park...
Edinburgh: John Grant, 1902. "Library Edition" Read More about The History of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. Translated from the Spanish by...
Paris: (Everart for) J.-J. Dubouchet et Cie., Éditeurs, Librairie Paulin, rue de Seine, 33, 1836-1837. First edition, first issue with Johannot's Illustrations, with frontispiece with Quixote with moustache; woman on p, 256 of Vol. I turned to right. "This edition of Don Quixote is a wonder of Romantic bookmaking." Ray..... Read More about L'ingénieux hidalgo Don Quichotte de la Manche. Traduit et annoté par Louis Viardot. Vignettes...
Paris: Defer Demaisonneuve, 1788. First edition. Read More about Nouvelles Espagnoles. Traduction Nouvelle, avec des Notes, ornée de douze Belles Figures pr...
Paris: Andre Delpeuch, 1927. First edition, no. 471 of 500 on velin Rives. Read More about Suite Provinciale
Boston: Eastern Specialty Mftg. Co, ca. 1900. Read More about Color Lithograph: Advertising poster for “Bloomer Cut Cigar,” depicting two...
New York: Sutro & Newmark, 1876. Trump. Read More about “Trump”: Cigar box label for Sutro & Newmark
Leipzig: Verlagsbuchhandlung von J.J. Weber, 1895. First Edition. Read More about Fahrend Volk. Abnormitäten, Kuriositäten und interessante Vertreter der wandernden Künstlerwelt
[Paris]: Editions du Pré aux Clercs, . Clavé, Antoni. Out-of-series copy on Rives paper, from an edition of 300. 10 lithographs by Clavé. With 10 original lithographs by the Catalan artist Antoni Clavé (1913-2005). “These decorative figures, reminiscent of the bright eyed images on early playing cards, seem laced to..... Read More about La Dame de Pique
Lunéville: Editions de l'Orchidée, . One of 325 numbered copies, this being number 288. Read More about Clayton’s College
New York: The Review of Reviews Corporation, January, 1925. Autograph Advance Edition. Inscribed by the Editor. F.f.e.p. inscribed: “To Walter Littlefield / Henry Lanier/ Number 122 / December 11, 1924.”. Read More about The Golden Book Magazine of Fiction and True Stories that will Live. Volume I, Number I. With...