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New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1958. Hardcover. First Edition. 188 pp. 8vo. Minimal scuffing do dust jacket with very small chips at corners, now in mylar cover. Orange cloth boards with an exuberant and colorful type design embossed to front board and spine. Equally exhuberant Armitage design to endpapers and title page. [Purcell 23]. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1947. Hardcover. First Edition. First Printing. 58 pp. 4to. "Album" at rear of photographs and drawings unpaginated. Gray dust jacket with scuffing and wear, now in mylar cover. Light blue paper covered boards with navy blue bloth spine and gold embossed titling. Clean within. [Purcell 15]. Very Good / Very Good.
Arnoux, Guy. Paris: Devambez, 1917[?]. 10 plates and cover page with limitation page at verso. Elephant Folio. Title page and plates hand colored and depict French soldiers in various battles from the Crusades through World War I and including Joan of Arc. Original folio with some staining to front and rear, colored illustration on cover board of a French World War I helmet within a wreath, original ribbon ties in France's colors of red, white and blue in original condition and still bright.
Published in an edition of 500, this is #446. Illustrtations all by Guy Arnoux.
London: Taylor and Francis, 1920. Hardcover. First Edition. vii, , 704 pp. 8vo. 15 Plates . Original brown library bindings with gold embossed titling to spine. Blind embossed library stamp on first free endpaper along with an ink WITHDRAWN stamp, blind embossed library stamp on title page; due date sheet tipped onto last page of volume, very clean within.
Aston's description of his early experiments demonstrating the "whole number rule" in which he determined that the precise atomic weight of a number of isotopes is based on whole number multiples of the mass of a hydrogen atom. Aston received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1922 for his creation of the whole number rule. Fine.
Chicago, IL: Lyons & Carnahan, 1914. Hardcover. First Edition. 205, 251, 330 pp. 8vo. Gray cloth publisher's bindings with a steaming teapot on the cover with a border made of forks, knives, and spoons. Clean, sharp copies with minimal scuffing and very clean within. Previous owner's name written neatly in ink on pastedown of each volume. Very Good.
Avedon, Richard. New York: Random House, 1994. Hardcover. First Edition. First Printing. 183 pp. Folio. Dust jacket has light soiling at the edges, now in mylar cover. Clean within.
First Printing indicated by both Random House number line starting with "2" and "First Edition" printed below. Catalog from the traveling exhibition of the same name organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art. Very Good / Very Good.
Avery, Sid. New York: MJF Books, 1990. Hardcover. First Edition. First Printing. 143 pp. 4to. Clean, crisp copy with dust jacket in mylar cover.
Signed by photographer, Sid Avery, on the first free endpaper. The book was a holiday gift from the Motion Picture & Television Archive with a gift card laid in. Fine / Fine.
Allentown, PA: Muhlenberg College, 1979. Hardcover. Limited Edition. Unpag. 4to. Catalog for the exhibition of the same name bound in a springback commercial binder with the paper title pasted to the cover. Black and white and color photographsas well as folding plans of illusrtations by the sculptor, Alice Aycock.
Produced in a number edition of 1000 copies, this is copy #218. Fine.
Schanilec, Gaylord. Newtown, PA: Bird & Bull Press, 1994. Quarter Leather. Limited Edition. 11 pp. 4to. 10 Plates. Blue cloth boards with blue leather title patch with gold embossed titling. Housed in a red cloth clamshell box in Fine condition with a burgundy leather title patch with blind embossed titling. Contained in the clamshell case is a bifold sheet, "Creating the Illustrations," which recounts the correspondence between Morris and Schanilec as they began the process of collaboration. Also includes a set of 10 wood engravings that are matted and are suitable for framing -- duplicates of the two woodcut engravings that illustrate each story. [Quarter to Midnight A.126] [Forty-Four A.56].
Produced in an edition of 150 copies, this being copy #14. Fine...
Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, Publisher, 1930. Hardcover. Seventeenth Revised Edition. lxxx, 552 pp. 16mo. Light chipping and wear to dust jacket, small losses at all edges, rear flap beginning to separate at edge, now in mylar cover. Red cloth covered boards with gold embossed titling to cover board and spine, ribbon tie. Edges of text block marbled. Clean within. Very Good / Good.
Lakewood, CO: Dodge Family Association, 2008. Hardcover. First Edition. ix, 595, ix, 596-1306 pp. 4to. Clean crisp cop with blue cloth boards, gold embossed titling to spine and cover boards. No dust jacket, as issued. Like new.
Geneaology of the descendents of Tristam Dodge, one of the first 16 families that settled on Block Island, Rhode Island, around 1660. Fine.
New York: Robert Miller Gallery, 1999. Wraps. First Edition. Unpag. 4to. Original glassine dust jacket has minor chipping at edges, some creasing. Stiff carboard wraps with titling to cover, clean and crisp throughout.
An exibition catalog for William Bailey's (1930-2020) show at the Robert Miller Gallery March 16 - April 24, 1999. Inscribed by Bailey on the half-title page while the show was underway. Fine / Very Good.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1887. Hardcover. Third Edition. xxxii, 604 pp. 8vo. Pebbled green cloth publisher's binding with light scuffing from shelf wear, gold embossed titling to spine, slight fraying to head and foot of spine. Previous owner's name and date written boldly on first free endpaper. Clean within. Very Good.
London: John Murray, 1883. Hardcover. First Edition. lxxviii, 716, 94, 32 pp. Burgundy trade binding with blind embossed borders and floral motifs at corners, gold embossed titling to spine, minor staining to rear cover. Front and rear pastedowns beginning to tear at gutters but text block still tight to boards and barely noticeable. Clean and crisp within.
Contains Benjamin Baker's (1840-1907) article explaning the now iconic, Forth Bridge that crosses the Firth of Forth in eastern Scotland, north of Edinburgh. Built between 1882 and 1889, this article was published at the outset of construction and contains a 33"x8-3/8" folding plate (VIII) with elevations and cross sections of this elegant cantilevered, suspension bridge. In 2016 the Forth Bridge was voted Scotland's greatest man-made wonder; it is.....
Lockhart, James R. Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia: The Images Publishing Group Pty. Ltd., 2004. Hardcover. Limited Edition. 329 pp. 4to. Clean, crisp copy with dust jacket in mylar cover. Slipcase with a front panel that replicates the front panel of the dust jacket, has slight scuffing from wear. Heavy item requiring additional shipping.
A survey of the work of American classical architect William T. Baker. Inscribed by Baker on the title page with a slight smudge due to signing on a slick page with black marker. Printed in an edition of 1,000 copies with slipcase, this is #311 and hand numbered on the title page. Fine / Fine.