New York: Random House, 1931. First edition, one of 500 numbered copies at the Harbor Press. Out-of-series copy... Read More
Aberdeen, (Scotland): Printed for the Third Spalding Club, 1929. First edition.
Frankfurt: Nikolaus Hoffmann for Jonas Rosa; Johann Georg Geyder for the widow of Jonas Rosa, 1618; 1620. First editions. Biographical Dictionary of Reformation Minds. Melchior Adams (c. 1575-1622) was one of the most important biographers of the savants (mostly German, Swiss, and Dutch) of the 16th century, and his meticulously...
Frankfurt: Heirs of Jonas Rosa, 1663. Second edition (after the first edition of 1615). Essential biographies of Germanic thinkers and savants: theologians, philosophers, jurists, scientists, as well as artists, as well as printers (the very first entry is on Füst & Gutenberg). With useful indices (order of appearance, and alphabetical)...
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1985. Reprint edition, one of 750 copies.
n.p. [Edinburgh? 1725?]. First edition. Rare and Early British Bibliography. Rare, anonymously published bibliography of approximately 350 works on British history. Attributed by the British Library to James Anderson, writer to the Signet and noted Scottish genealogist and antiquarian. Divided into fifteen sections, it lists works printed between 1480 (Caxton's...
Hamburg: Brandt, 1740. First edition.
London: Privately Printed: Professor Edward Arber, F.S.A., 73 Shepard's Bush road, 1903. First edition.
Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Library, 1956. First edition.
London: Printed for A. Millar, 1757. First edition. The first paragraph of the preface was written by Baretti's friend Dr. Johnson. The work comprises an outline of the development of the Italian language and an annotated bibliography of works in Italian.
London … Bristol: Willis and Sotheran ... Lasbury, 1863. PRINTED ON VELLUM, one of a few copies. A facsimile on vellum of an extremely rare book (one copy known), from the earliest days of the English reformation. A dramatic dialogue in verse complaining of the oppression of the laity by...
Chicago, Illinois: Privately Printed for the Friends of Walter M. Hill, Christmas 1935 & 1936. First editions, 350 & 450 copies respectively.
Milano: Electa Editrice, . First edition, No. 220 of 1000 copies. Inscribed. Inscribed and signed on the flyleaf by Berenson in the year of publication. Extremely desirable copy of Berenson's bibliography of Renaissance Italian painting, covering books from 1894 through 1955.“Among Berenson's greatest contributions to the field of art were...
Edinburgh: Printed for the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1951. First edition, one of 320 copies, no. 58.
London: 1892-1920. [With:] The Library … Fourth Series Volume I. [1920-1].
New York: Philip C. Duschnes, 1945. Reprinted facsimile edition, photo offset. THE STANDARD REFERENCE.
[Wigan]: Privately Printed, 1901. Number 6 of 100 copies. Presentation copy. Presentation slip tipped onto endpapers reading “With Lord Crawford's Compliments. Please Acknowledge receipt to Haigh Hall, Wigan”.
San Francisco: Book Club of California, 1993. One of 500 copies.
San Francisco: Printed at the Grabhorn Press for the Book Club of California, 1958. First edition, one of 400 copies printed.
London: W. Clarke, 1819. First edition. A history of British libraries, with chapters on the British Museum, Bodleian, Cambridge, and other public libraries, and chapters on private libraries and libraries sold at auction. Beckford helped in the making of this volume, and “A Dialogue in the Shades” (bound in at.....
London: Published by the Society of Antiquaries of London, 1866. First edition.
Lanham [Maryland] and New York: The Derrydale Press, . Brown, Paul. One of 25 deluxe copies signed by the author on the title page. Short biography and detailed bibliography of the great equine artist Paul Brown (1893-1958) by noted sporting dealer and bibliographer Duke Biscotti.
Paris: Jules Gay, 1862. First edition, No. 54 of 54 copies on papier Hollande. One of 54. Contains a bibliography of works on the legendary Pope(ss?) Joan.
London: Constable & Co, 1935-1936. First Editions, limited to 500 copies. Volumes nine and ten of Michael Sadleir's influential Bibliographia series.
London: Constable & Co, 1935. First edition. Volumes nine of Michael Sadleir's influential Bibliographia series.
Boston: Hall, . First edition. Auchincloss’ Annotated Copy. With Louis Auchincloss’ annotations and emendations at the front and back for a total of 12 pages. Auchincloss is also the book’s dedicatee.