New York: The Derrydale Press, 1930. Brown, Paul. First edition, no. 4 of 75 large paper copies, signed... Read More about Gentlemen Up
London & Paris: Rossange, Barthes and Lowell; Audot, Éditeur, 1829-1834. Read More about Museum of Painting and Sculpture, or Collection of Principal Pictures, Statues and Bas-Reliefs in...
New York: Harper & Brothers, . Harper's Fine Art Series. Read More about A History of Architecture
Paris: Charles Carrington, 1898. One of 500 copies. Read More about Sophie Arnould Actress and Wit
New York: Harper & Row, . First edition. Read More about The Reds and the Blacks. A Personal Adventure
Philadelphia: Printed only for Subscribers by George Barrie & Son, 1895-1900. Edition Definitive. Number 175 of 1000 copies printed on Imperial Japan Paper. Read More about The Edition Definitive of the Comedie Humaine
Boston: Hardy, Pratt & Co, 1899. Édition Grand Format. HAND-COLORED PLATES. Read More about The Village Rector
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, . Thirteenth and Centennial Edition. Completely Revised. Read More about Familiar Quotations. A Collection of Passages, Phrases and Proverbs traced to their sources in...
[New York]: Privately Printed by [The Derrydale Press], 1930. One of 500 copies. Memorial volume of verse privately printed by Connett and never intended for sale. "An extremely rare Derrydale book ... very scarce ... and very hard to come by" (Frazier). Read More about Abdul. An Allegory
Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1977. First edition. Inscribed by the Beale, who was ambassador to the US from Australia during the Kennedy administration, "for dear Jane [Engelhard] / with affectionate regards / from Howard Beale / Nov. 24 '77" Read More about This Inch of Time
London: George Virtue, 1838. The First Edition. Read More about The Waldenses or Protestant Valleys of Piedmont, Dauphiny, and the Ban de la Roche
[Flemington, N.J.]: St. Theresa's Press at the Carmelite Monastery, 1942]. Number 148 of 200 numbered copies. Read More about The Bishop's Beggar
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1938. First edition of the author's first novel. Read More about The Journey Down
[London: Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, 1807]. A handsome volume of proofs of 81 of the 94 wood engravings for Scripture Illustrated (London, 1807). Three of the cuts — nos. 48, 49 & 51 — were cut by Bewick. With an autograph note from a British Museum curator identifying the work for which these cuts were made. Read More about Bound volume of proof wood engravings to Scripture Illustrated
New York: American Bible Society, 1855. Sophia Augusta Brown's Bible, Wife of John Carter Brown. The bible of Sophia Augusta Brown (1825-1909), wife of John Carter Brown, herself an active bibliophile who helped her husband build his library and oversaw its stewardship after his death. Sophia Augusta was 34 and... Read More about The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments
New York: T. and J. Swords, 1818. First American edition thus. First American edition of this expansive Bible with commentary. It was originally prepared and arranged, for British publication, by the Revs. George D'Oyly and Richard Mant under the direction of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. A nice copy... Read More about The Holy Bible, According to the Authorized Version; With Notes, Axplanatory and Practical; Taken...
New York: American Bible Society, 1855. Read More about The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, Translated out of the Original Tongues,...
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1846. First book edition of Harper Bible (first issued in 54 parts). Harper Bible in Deluxe American binding. A copy in deluxe binding of the first complete book edition of the Harper Bible. "...this Harper publication was a remarkable production for its time and place... Read More about The Illuminated Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, Translated Out of the Original...
Reading: Gottlob Jungmann, 1805. Important German-American Bible. A landmark in American bible printing, this is the first German-American Bible printed outside of Philadelphia, and the first Bible printed in Reading. A significant edition, both in size and scope, this marked the spread of German printers and the more local production... Read More about Biblia, das ist: die Ganze Göttliche Heilige Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments, nach der...
New Haven: Nath. Whiting, 1836. A life of Christ for German-Americans, in a contemporary American binding. Read More about Lebensgeschichte unseres Herrn und Heilandes Jesu Christi
Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1825. A leather chemise sewn over the book has kept the original binding in a remarkable state of preservation. Read More about Opera
Paris: Edme Couterot, rue saint Jaqcues, au bon Pasteur, 1691. Distinctive 17th Century French Binding, Wilmerding Copy. Read More about Pensées sur le Royaume de Dieu, et sa Justice …
Philadelphia: Gregg & Elliot, No. 9 North Fourth Street, 1841. Gilbert, John. Embossed American Binding by Gaskill. A fine embossed binding by Benjamin Gaskill of Philadelphia. Gaskill popularized embossed bindings in America, drawing on the pioneering work of the English firm of Remnant & Edmonds. In fact, the spine of... Read More about The Works of Cowper and Thomson …
Paris: Societatis Typographic Librorum Officii Ecclesiastici …, 1633. Bound by The French Binders, 1934. Beautifully bound in full red morocco by The French Binders, successors to The Club Bindery, and signed on the rear turn in by two of the firm's most distinguished binders, Henry Hardy and Gaston Pilon. The... Read More about Caerimoniale episcoporum iussu Clementis VIII Pont. Max. reformatum. Omnibus ecclesiis praecipuè...
Brooklyn, New York: Printed by Thomas Kirk, Sands-street, 1807. Fourth American Edition from the ninth and last London edition. Balir was a central figure in the Scottish Enlightenment. Here offered in edition by the first Brooklyn Printer of his lectures while he was the Regius Chair of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres. Read More about Lectures on Rhetoric and Belle Lettres
New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers, . First edition. Inscribed "August 1974 To Jane (Engelhard) with keen anticipation of our long and fruitful association in the work of a Great University. Ed." Bloustein was the President of Rutgers. Read More about The University and the Counterculture