New York: The Fountain Press, 1929. Warde, Frederic. First edition, number 184 of 642 numbered copies, signed by... Read More about The Winding Stair
New York: Brentano's, [October, 1906]. Read More about The Life of Benvenuto Cellini, Written by Himself
New York: Brentano’s, 1906. Read More about The Life of Benvenuto Cellini, Written by Himself. Edited and Translated by Johns Addington...
New York: Brentano’s, [October],1906]. Printed at the Merrymount Press. Read More about The Life of Benvenuto Cellini, Written by Himself. Edited and Translated by Johns Addington...
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...
Pamplona: Nicolas de Assiayn, Impressor del Reyno de Navarra, 1614. Second edition. The rare true second edition of Cervantes' Novelas Ejemplares, a collection of 12 novellas inspired by Boccaccio and first published by Robles in Madrid in 1613, between publication of the first and second parts of Don Quixote (1605..... Read More about Novelas Exemplares
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...
London: Smith, Elder & Co. 15, Waterloo Place, 1885. First Edition of this translation. Read More about The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. A Translation with Introduction and Notes by...
London: Cadell and Davies, 1817. The earliest state of the plates, one of a few copies thus issued, for the publisher’s edition of 1818. The Smirke Plates for Quixote, Proofs on India paper. Robert Smirke was an English painter and illustrator who specialized in small paintings showing subjects taken from..... Read More about Engravings, Illustrative of Don Quixote, from pictures by Robert Smirke
[London: Thomas M'Lean, 1819]. Clark, J. First edition. This is separate isuue of the plates for the 1819 M'Lean edition of the Jarvis translation of Don Quixote with the same plates with much smaller margins. Read More about Illustrations to Don Quixotte [front cover title
Paris: Defer Demaisonneuve, 1788. First edition. Read More about Nouvelles Espagnoles. Traduction Nouvelle, avec des Notes, ornée de douze Belles Figures pr...
Bagatelle: 1788; and Saint Lazare, Chez Donat Gourdin, n.d. First editions. The Ancient Love of Women for Fools. Attributed by Barbier to the marquis de Champcenetz, an unrepentant anti-revolutionary and acerbic wit, who was guillotined in 1790. Barbier cites Grimm with the following identifications: Mme de Valée ( i.e., de..... Read More about Petit traité de l'amour des femmes pour les sots. [with:] Petit commentaire sur le titre de la...
London: Printed for the Villon society, 1885. ROBERT HOE'S SET. Read More about Chap-Books and Folk-Lore Tracts. First Series. I - V [general-title], comprising: I. The History...
[Hertfordshire: Ashendene Press, 8 January 1898]. No 33 of 50 copies printed for private circulation, signed by the publisher on the colophon. Signed by publisher C.H. St. John Hornsby. One of the early productions of the Ashendene Press, in the scarce original wrappers. Read More about The Prologue to the Tales of Caunterbury
[London: printed by John Kyngston for John White, anno. 1561]. Stowe edition, issue without illustrations in prelims. 1561 Stowe edition. The fifth printed edition of Chaucer overall. The editing is mostly William Thynne's, from his edition of 1532, with several additions made by John Stowe of pieces he attributed to..... Read More about The woorkes of Geffrey Chaucer, newly printed, with divers addicions
Londin: [printed by Adam Islip for] George Bishop, 1598. First Speght edition. First Speght edition. The first of several influential editions to be published by Thomas Speght; while it relies heavily on the Stowe edition of 1561, "Speght's notes and introductory material are far more elaborate than in any previous..... Read More about The Workes of our Antient and lerned English Poet, Geffrey Chaucer, newly Printed
London: Bernard Lintot, 1721. First Urry edition. First Urry Edition. Though editor John Urry (1666-1715) was subsequently criticized for his frequent conjectural emmendations, "the justice of such criticisms should not obscure his achievement. His the first edition of Chaucer for nearly a hundred and fifty years to consult any manuscripts..... Read More about The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Compared with the Former Editions, and many valuable MSS. Out of...
N.P: 22 Jan 1910. Russian journalist, founder of the Russian Social Revolutionary party. He was also editor of "Revolutionary Russia." From the autograph collection of Harry P. Kuhn Jr. Read More about Card signed "V. Tchertnoff"
Macon, GA: The J. W. Burke Company, [c. 1923]. Inscribed by the author. The author writes from her Northern homeabout the simple and loving folks whose existence is a cherished remembrance of her childhood in Kentucky. Read More about De Namin' ob de Twins and Other Sketches from the Cotton Land
London: Printed: and sold by W. Lewis in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden, 1742. First edition, variant with catchword on p. 39: -S, at foot of title-page: "price 1s" Cibber Takes on Pope, and Becomes the King of Dunces. Cibber, heartily despised by Pope, and the constant butt of his mockery, retaliated in..... Read More about A Letter from Mr. Cibber, to Mr. Pope, Inquiring into the Motives that might induce him in his...
Leipzig: Verlagsbuchhandlung von J.J. Weber, 1895. First Edition. Read More about Fahrend Volk. Abnormitäten, Kuriositäten und interessante Vertreter der wandernden Künstlerwelt
Melbourne: Clarson, Massina, and Co., Printers and Publishers, 1869. First edition of author’s first novel. The first novel from the bohemian Australian writer Marcus Clarke, author of perhaps the greatest Australian novel, HIS NATURAL LIFE, and “a pioneer in the development of the Australian short story and … a shrewd..... Read More about Long Odds. A Novel
np: Privately Printed by a Hell of a Printer, 1930. Read More about "1601" or Conversation at the social fireside as it was in the time of the Tudors. By...
Boston: Geo. W. Studley, July 1892. The Owl Library no. 4. Read More about Paul Laroon; or, The scourge of the Antiles. A story of ship and shore
Paris: Librairie Stock, Delamin & Boustelleau, . First Edition, Number 345 of 440 copis sur vélin pur fils. Read More about Opium. Journal d’une désintoxication
New York: Macmillan, 1935. First edition. Read More about Don't You Weep ... Don't You Moan