Boulder, CO: Johnson Books, 2006. No. 17 of 50 numbered copies (out of a total edition of 59)... Read More
Rare books including first editions reated to science, medicine, and natural history. Specializing in Anthropology/Sociology, trade catalogues, birds, and botany.
New York: The Class Journal Company, 1906. First edition. The author was formerly the President of the Manhattan Automobile School. This was the first edition of a standard work reprinted and revised many times.
[Princeton, NJ: Princeton Publishing Inc, 1977]. First edition. An Automoblie Quarterly Library Series Book.
Waltham, MA: Metz Company, 1916. First edition. 1916 Metz Car Advertising Broadside. In 1893 C.H. Metz began working for Waltham Company, early auto manufacturers; in 1909 he bought the company and instituted a plan whereby the public could buy 14 separate packages and build their own car. This approach was...
Waltham, MA: Metz Company, 1916. First edition. 1916 Metz Car Advertising. In 1893 C.H. Metz began working forWaltham Company, early auto manufacturers; in 1909 he bought the company and instituted a plan whereby the public could buy 14 separate packages and build their own car. This approach was superceded in...
London: The Car Illustrated, Ltd, 1907. Third Edition April 1907.
New York: E.J. Willis Company 8 Park Place, 1910.
n.p: . Signed by Orville Wright. Signed by Orville Wright at the right of the image. Albert Bond Lambert was the son of a pharmaceutical magnate and an early St. Louis flight enthusiast; he purchased a flyer from the Wright brothers in 1909, and took flight lessons from Orville Wright...
Philadelphia: Printed and Published by the Author. William Fry, Printer, 1819. First edition.
Northampton, Mass: The Hampshire Bookshop, 1937. First edition.
n.p: Published by the New Mexico Dept. of Game and Fish …, 1928. First trade edition.
New York: Automobile Quarterly, Inc, 1962-Summer 1967.
Munich: published by the Academy, nd [ca 1773]. First German Edition. The First English Edition of this work was published in 1772. It contains a great deal on agricultural machinery and makes mention of machinery and practices in America as well as in England and the Continent.
London: 30th May, [1876?]. Writing of his disappointment that the printer had not yet sent the proof of his Education article and worrying that it might be late. Bain was the author of several books including “Logic” and “Mind and Body” and “Senses and the Intellect.” He founded the periodical.....
London: Witherby and Co, 1913. First Edition. Intended as a guide for the sportsman as well as the specialist, the volume forms a scarce companion to Baker’s Indian Ducks and Their Allies.
[np]: Daniel Moreau Barringer, 1916. First edition. Inscribed to His Son. Flyleaf inscribed by Barringer' to his son Richard on 3 May 1922 on his 13th birthdayDaniel Moreau Barringer (1860 - 1929) is best known for being the first person to prove the existence of a meteorite crater on Earth...
London: 20 Queen Anne Street, 11 March 1879. Founder of Neurology in England. Asking after Youmans following his accident, noting that he had tried to reach Youmans when he was in England but found that he had left the day before. Writing that he had he no photograph of Clifford...
London: John Murray, . First edition.
London: Printed by J. G. and are to be Sold by Peter Parker, 1679. Second issue with the cancel title page. The 1650 edition issued as "Herbaparietis"
Washington: GPO, 1907. First edition.
Greenwich, Connecticut: New York Graphic Society, (1973). Second printing. Inscribed with drawings. Inscribed with drawings on the half-title by Beard to Don and Iris Hunt and extra-illustrated with an 1975 Christmas card on the front endpaper, two inscribed photographs on the half-title (one with dried insect), black-and-white photo of same...
San Francisco: November 1955. Builder Steve Bechtel to Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. One of the most influential and beloved men in the engineering and construction industry, the man who as head of the family's Bechtel Corporation built the first nuclear plant to produce electricity (a FORTUNE article on him was titled...
Berkeley, Calif: Howeel-North, 1958. First edition, Number 505 of the Clear Board Edition, Signed by Both Authors.
London: Witherby for the New York Zoological Society, 1918-1927. First Edition, no. 67 of 600 numbered copies. Beebe's text was been called "perhaps the greatest ornithological work of the present century, notable not only for its beauty and the wealth of information it contains, but also for the unusual grace...
[Lower Basildon, Reading, Berk.]: World Pheasant Association, . Special leather-bound edition, Number 19 of 50 copies.
New York: Published under the Auspices of the New York Zoological Society by Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1931.