Paris: chez l'auteur, 1765-1775. Fessard, Étienne. First Fessard edition, first issue. Fine, fully engraved edition of La Fontaine... Read More
s.l: s.n, 1945. One of 15 Hors Commerce copies from an edtion of 215. Thirty-one erotic illustrations each of which is accompanied by a four line poem.
[Ca. June 2, 1980].
Chicago: R.R. Donnelley and Sons, ca. 1920.
London and Paris: Limited Edition Printed for Subscribers, 1903. Now for the First Time translated and adapted.
Nuremberg: Abr. Wagenman, 1617. First edition thus. Hoe copy. Described as "Editio II," this is actually an enlarged edition of a work original published in 1597, documenting prize medals made for students of the Altdorf academy in Nuremberg. "The most remarkable example of [emblems and numismatics coming together] is the...
Hildburghausen & New York: Bibliographischen Institut, 1854. with 48 finely engraved steel plates, most depicting American scenes: the White House; Philadelphia; Illinois; Westpoint; Fort Snelling, Minnesota; Niagra Falls; the Stone Walls, upper Missouri; New Orleans; Colorado River, etc.
Paris: Bibliotheque des Curieux, Edition réservée aux souscripteurs, n.d. [c. 1910]. Number 508 of 760 copies, curiously numbered 1-5, 506-1256 and 5 lettered. Part of "Le Coffret du Bibliophile" series.
[Paris]: Dépens de Quelques Bibliophiles, n.d. No. 206 of 275 copies on Vélin d’Arches.
Paris: chez A. & G. Mornay, 1926. Arnoux, Guy. First Edition, No. 280 of a limited edition. With Original Drawing. With an original watercolour drawing on the endpaper by Arnoux and a salutation.
Paris: Librairie Hachette & Cie, 1878. Bida.
New York: Harrison Smith and Rober Haas, . Printed in France "Achevé d'imprimer le 17 Janvier 1933 par Columna et Mourlot Frères à Paris." "Published simultaneously in Paris by the Domino Press (whose logo is on the back cover) , in England by Faber and Faber, and in the U.S....
Paris: "Les Joies Secrètes" 1944. First edition, one of 1,000 copies from an edition of 1,053, this copy being number 200. Ilustrated throughout by De Hand.
Paris: H. Delloye et Victor Lecou, Éditeurs, Rue des Filles-Saint-Thomas, 13, place de la Course, 1838. First Illustrated edition, first printing, with all first printing points as enumerated by Carteret. A Classic of French Illustration. First illustrated edition of Balzac’s renowned 1831 novel, his first major commercial success, lavishly produced...
Paris: F. Ferroud, 1904. First edition with these illustrations, ONE OF 400 COPIES, this unnumbered copy marked 'Réservé' and INSCRIBED BY THE PUBLISHER ("souvenir de bonne confraternité"). Twenty Princesses in Verse and Drawing. Banville's exquisite sonnet-portraits of the languid beauties are perfectly complemented by the delicate and lush eroticism of.....
Paris: Arnauld de Vresse [stamped imprint added below of Roe Lockwood and Son, New York, [ca. 1878]. With Baric's amusing sketches.
Haarlem: The Pleiad, 1927. First edition thus. Number 388 of 550 copies. Designed by Frederic Warde & Printed by Jon Enschedé.
Paris: Librairie Paul Ollendorff, n.d. Nouvelle édition. Djuna Barnes' Copy. Djuna Barnes's copy, specially bound for her by her literary executor Hank O'Neal. The illustrations were an early inspiration for Barnes woodcut-style illustrations in Ladies Almanack and Ryder.
London: George Virtue, 1840. First edition, state A of volume II with Contents list numbered. Originally published in 30 parts without text, and appearing here for the first time in expanded book form, this is a beautiful series of views, showing principal cities and scenic views, engraved from drawings Bartlett...
Paris: Edward W. Titus, 1928. No. 221 of 800 copies. Scott Cunningham’s Copy. Scott Cunningham (1956-1993) was the author of many books about Wicca, and is recognized as one of the most influential authors in the field of natural magic.
Paris: Libraire L. Conquet, 1884. De Sta, H. First edition, Number 512 of 1200 copies. Bound by Ruban, with full-page Watercolor by De Sta.
[Paris: Perrotin, 1847; 1850].
Paris: L. Cateret, 1899. Henriot. Number 41 of a total edition of 200. Copies 26 to 200 "sur papier velin fabriqué specialement par la Papeteries du Marais"
Paris: L. Curmer, 1858. Tony Johnannot Engravings on China Paper.
Lugduni: Apud Haered. Seb. Gryphi, 1558. Published by Sebastian Gryphius, a German bookseller and printer who settled in Lyon in the 1520s. Described by Febvre and Martin as the "Prince of the Lyon book trade" in the 1540s, he supported local humanist culture and used the italic type developed by...
London: C. Clarke, 1805. Nouvelle Edition, réimprimée après celle de Didot. In Contemporary Red Morocco Binding.