New York: Harper & Brothers, 1927. First edition. "Author's Copy - Countee Cullen" The AUTHOR'S COPY, inscribed and... Read More about Copper Sun
New York: November 25, 1955. Peter Abrahams (1919- ), is a South African novelist who was deeply influenced by his discovery of the literature of the Harlem Renaissance. His early novel "Mine Boy" (1946) was the first to emphasize the dehumanizing effect of racism upon South African blacks. Read More about Portrait photograph of Peter Abrahams
London: printed for R. Bonwick, W. Freeman, T. Goodwin, J. Walthoe, M. Wotton, J. Nicholson, S. Manship, R. Parker, B. Tooke, and R. Smith, 1707 & 1708. Volume II is dated 1707. Maria Edgeworth's Copy. Read More about The Life of Guzman de Alfarache, or, The Spanish Rogue,. To which is added, the Celebrated...
Italy: 1805. Limited edition of 250 copies. Volume from Alfieri's OPERE, or collected works, comprised of odes to the American Revolution, printed here in a limited edition of 250 copies. Alfieri was an Italian dramatist and poet who published several poetical works on the American Revolution. Read More about Opere di Vittorio Alfieri da Asti: L'america Libera
Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1895. The Riverside Edition. The Divine Comedy, Beautifully Bound. Read More about The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri
New York: Grossman Publishers, 1969. First printing. Read More about The Divine Comedy. Translated by Thomas G. Bergin
London: J. Noon, 1740, 1731 & 1730. Second Edition. Read More about Alkibibla. A Disquisition upon Worshipping towards the East. In Two Parts. together with; A...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First edition, first state, No. 276 of 332 copies, signed by the author on the title page. Superior Copy. The mythic lumberjack (and Babe, his blue ox) in picture and poetry.Laid in the front is a printed Merry Christmas note entitled “Bunyan's Biggest Contract”... Read More about Paul Bunyan and Resinous Rhymes of The North Woods
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First edition, first state, No. 222 of 332 copies, signed by the author on the title page. Superior Copy. The mythic lumberjack (and Babe, his blue ox) in picture and poetry. Read More about Paul Bunyan and Resinous Rhymes of The North Woods
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First edition, second state, no. 25 of 166 copies [first state, signed by author on title, consisted of 332 copies]. The mythic lumberjack (and Babe, his blue ox) in picture and poetry; very scarce. Read More about Paul Bunyan and Resinous Rhymes of The North Woods
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First Edition, second state, No. 106 of 166 copies [first state, signed by author on title, consisted of 332 copies]. The mythic lumberjack (and Babe, his blue ox) in picture and poetry; very scarce. Read More about Paul Bunyan and Resinous Rhymes of The North Woods. [Introduction by H.G. Pickerring.]
[Boston]: Office of the Daily Commercial Gazette, n.d. [August, 1830]. Rare American Announcement of the July Revolution. This Boston broadside, published by the [Boston] Daily Commercial Gazette, contains extracts from the London papers detailing the July 1830 Revolution in France that overthrew Charles X. It is presumably one of the... Read More about Revolution in France! [drop title]
New York: Leeds Music Corporation, [copyrigh 1941]. Read More about 5 Boogie Woogie Piano Solos
Rand McNally, (1929). In Radio's Heyday, Its Most Popular Program. Signed on the first blank by the creators. Read More about All about Amos ’n’ Andy and Their Creators Correll and Gosden
London: George Routledge and Sons, 1866. Bayes, A.W. First edition with these illustrations. Read More about What the Moon Saw, and Other Tales … Translated by H.W. Dulcken
Copenhagen: Andreasen & Lachmann, 1940. Number 668 of 800 copies, signed by Grosserer Marius Maurinen on colophon, and by Andreasen on preface. With 12 wonderful illustrations, by Anton Hansen, Thor Bógelünd, Erik Stockmarr, Magnüs Bengtsson, Sikker Hansen, V. Steoft, Carl Jensen, Ebbe Sadolin, Albert Naür, Harald Hansen, Arne Ungermann, Herlief..... Read More about Tolv med Posten
London: John Murray, 1932. First Edition. This book belonged to Critic William York Tindall and has his signature on the end-paper. Read More about Animal Lore in English Literature. A Study of Superstitious Beliefs and Travellers' Tales
New York: The MacMillan Company, 1927. First American edition. Questioning atomic energy in the 1920s. Scarce in dust jacket. Karel Čapek (1890-1938), a famous Czech novelist, dramatist, journalist, and theorist, is best known today for his book Rossum's Universal Robots (R.U.R.), which introduced the world "robot" to the field of..... Read More about The Absolute at Large
London: Geoffrey Bles Suffolk St., Pall Mall, 1928. First English edition. Play Production Charmingly Illustrated. Karel Čapek (1890-1938), a famous Czech novelist, dramatist, journalist, and theorist, is best known today for his book Rossum's Universal Robots, which introduced the world "robot" to the field of science fiction. He was a.... Read More about How a Play is Produced...Translated by P. Beaumont Wadsworth
Venice: Alessandro Zatta, 1668. " ... novamente ristampato, & aggiuntovi le Figure ... " Read More about L'asino d'oro di … tradotto nuouamente in lingua volgare dal ... Sig. Pompeo Vizani ......
London: Pickering and Chatto, 1890. The "Aldine" Edition. The Scott translation was first published first in 1811 and again in 1882, this third edition was issued in 1890. Read More about The Arabian Nights Entertainments...from the Text of Dr. Jonathan Scott (1754–1829)
London: Printed for Mathews and Leigh, Strand, by J. Moyes, Greville Street, Hatton Garden, 1811. First edition. Read More about The Arabian Nights Entertainment: or, The Thousand and One Nights. Accurately describing the...
Wittenberg: Impensis Georgii Marci Knochii, 1724. Arabic and Latin texts of the first three Psalms of David, with discussion of the Arabic grammar and vocabulary. Read More about Gymnasium Arabicum. In quo tres Priores Davidis Odae cum versione Latina, et notis...
London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationer's-hall, 1712. Third edition (price from imprint “3 d”). Read More about An Appendix to John Bull Still in his Senses: or, Law is a Bottomless Pit. Printed from a...
London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationer's-Hall, 1712. Second edition. Dated by the first purchaser at the foot of p.  “Aprl. 16, 1712”, the date of publication (see Bower & Erickson). This is the third of Arbuthnot's series, in Bower & Erickson's permutation (b), i.e., with p. 25 in... Read More about John Bull Still in his Senses: being the third part of Law is a Bottomless Pit. Printed for a...
London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1712. First edition. Enter John Bull. The first of the famous series of “John Bull” pamphlets by Arbuthnot, who invented the figure which became England’s national symbol. Read More about Law is a Bottomless-Pit. Exemplify’d in the Case of the Lord Strutt, John Bull, Nicholas Frog,...