London: For the Shelley Society, 1887. One of 3 copies printed on vellum. One of 3 Copies on... Read More
[New York]: An Exhibition at the Grolier Club, December 10, 1975 - January 17, 1976. First edition. One of 1000 copies printed at the Harbor Press. A fine exhibition of sporting books with very informed comments by Mr. Andrews, a preeminent collector of sporting books.Now a standard reference.
New York: The Grolier Club, 1971. First edition, one of 1000 copies.
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...
[New York]: [William Edwin Rudge; The Viking Press], 1928-1937. One of 570 numbered copies, this being no. 252, designed by Bruce Rogers.
New York: The Typophiles, July 7. 1948. Signed by Will Bradley, Paul Bennett and David Silvewith Silve's handwritten directions to the printer in pencil on a seperate sheet.
Boston: The Bibliophile Society, 1915. One of 475 copies printed on japan Vellum paper.
Boston: C.F. Libbie, 1901. ALL THREE PARTS. with Parts 2 & 3.
New York: Brentano’s, [October], 1906.
London: Chiswick Press, 1893. No. 11 of 13 copies printed on vellum (there were also 88 copies printed on paper). One of 13 Copies on Vellum. This work consists of two important ordinances issued by the Spanish monarchy on November 20, 1542, and June 4, 1543. Under the active influence...
Kew Richmond Surrey: 22 April, 1954; 20 October, 1954; 30 January, 1955. Cockerell to Paul Standard. Charming letters from the aging museum director, collector, and calligrapher, to his American counterpart Paul Standard, founding member of the Typophiles and champion of calligraphy.In the first, Cockerell expresses his delight on receiving the...
New York: Crosby Gaige, 1928. First edition. One of 926 copies on handmade paper printed by Bruce Rogers. This novel left unfinished at Conrad's death, first appeared in The Bookman (Vol, LXVI, No. 5, 1928). Ford's introduction confirms a downside of Conrad's dedication to his art: "... for quite a....
N.p: n.d. [later 18th century]. Mansucript on Vellum of a Rare Erotic Work, Bound by Thouvenin. Manuscript facsimile on vellum of a rare erotic work, “Conjectures of Women,” an excerpt from William Coquillart’s legal parody DROITS NOUVEAULX, printed circa 1600 in Rouen by Abraham Cousturier. The work was again printed.....
Boston: Privately printed by D.B. Updike, The Merrymount Press, 1948. First Edition. Cleopatra's Barge II was a two-masted gaff-rigged auxiliary schooner that carried a crew of 13. The log here records a series of cruises along the north-east coast of America in the interwar years. Untouched by the Great Depression...
London: Joseph Masters, 1850. PRINTED ON VELLUM, apparently the only copy thus. Printed on Vellum. Following the manuscript tradition, liturgical printing in both the Catholic and Anglican churches frequently employed vellum as well as paper. D.B. Updike writes that economic considerations were also a factor: “As early printed books were.....
New York: The Grolier Club, 1927. First edition, one of 325 copies. A study of late 18th century American newspapers, with many large folding facsimiles. Extended version of a paper read in 1924 before the Societe d'Histoire Moderne of Paris by the esteemed professor Fay of the University of Clermont-Ferrand.
Villa des Palmiers, Salies-de-Béarn, France: nd . With architectural drawings and referencing Troilus & Criseyde. Gill writes to his friend, J.G. Wilson of the Bumpus Bookshop in London, regarding his engraving, "Flying Buttresses," mentioning his work on Troilus & Criseyde for the Golden Cockerel Press, and mentioning another of his.....
Pigotts, North Dean, High Wycombe: June 9, June 17, and July 2, 1933; and May 13, 1936. To the secretary of the Men's Dress Reform Party. Three letters to Dr. Alfred Charles Jordan (1872-1956), British radiologist, co-founder of the New Heath Society, and Honorary Secretary of the Men's Dress Reform...
New York: The Grolier Club, 1924. First separate edition. One of three hundred copies designed and printed by T.M. Cleland.
New York: Grolier Club, 1894. One of 312 copies on hand-made paper. Printed by the De Vinne Press. With pencil note on pastedown by “CF” that it was from the library of Pennsylvania governor Gifford Pinchot (1865-1946); bought at Dauber & Pine from a collection of Pinchot family books. Gifford...
New York: The Grolier Club [printed by the De Vinne Press], 1891.
Boston & New York: Printed at the Riverside Press in Cambridge, for Houghton, Mifflin, [November], 1903. #147 of 330 copies, designed by Bruce Rogers. This book was also translated out of the French by William Morris, and printed by the Kelmscott Press under the title of The Friendship of Amis and Amile.
New York: Privately Printed, 1940. Limited Edition, No. 111 of 150 copies, this copy signed by Pforzheimer on frontispiece in first volume. The original edition of this superb and indispensable reference, describing more than 1,100 printed books and 169 autographs and manuscripts.
New York: The Grolier Club, 1966. First edition, one of 1200 copies.
London: Reeves and Turner, 1892. First edition. First edition of this noted translation of an Arabic verse romance.A.W. Lawrence’s “probably complete” inventory, Books at Clouds Hill, lists only a copy of the Gregynog Press edition of 1930 given him by Edward Garnett, but Lawrence clearly knew the work long before.....