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AMERICAÕS FOREIGN COINS

By Schilke, Oscar G. and Solomon, Raphael E.

New York: The Coin and Currency Institute, Inc., 1964. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/Very good. An Illustrated Standard Catalog ue with Valuations of Foreign Coins with Legal Tender Status in the United States 1793-1857. New York: The Coin and Currency Institute, Inc., 1964. Eric P. Newman. First edition. Numerous b/w images. 212 pp. Hardcover. 8vo. Red cloth. Black lettering to spine. Very light wear to head & heel of spine, and to bottom edge of dust jacket. Else a clean, solid copy. Very good/Very good.

$40.00

LYRICS

By Douglas, Alfred

London: Richards Press LTD, 1943. Hardcover. Very good/No dust jacket.

$45.00

MANNERS AND SOCIAL USAGES

By Mrs. John Sherwood

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1887. Hardcover. Very good-/No dust jacket.

$40.00

SONG OF BILITIS

By Louys, Pierre

Np: Pierre Louys, 1919. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/No dust jacket. Translated from the Greek; A New Rendering in English with Notes and Comment. Np: Pierre Louys, 1919. First edition. xviii, 187 pp. Hardcover. Large 8vo. Dark gray cloth backed, paper covered boards. Paste down title plate to spine and gilt image to front board. Number 832 of 975. Title plate on spine toned. Spine lightly sunned. Light horizontal scuff marks to boards. Pages lightly toned, but are otherwise clean and bright. Deckled edge to pages. A very nice copy overall. Very good/No dust jacket.

$45.00

HUMBOLDTÕS GIFT. [ SIGNED]

By Bellow, Saul

Franklin Center, Pennsylvania: Franklin Library, 1983. Special Edition. Hardcover. Very good+/No dust jacket.

$200.00

COMING OF AGE IN SAMOA

By Mead, Margaret

New York: William Morrow & Company, 1928. First edition. Hardcover. Very good+/No dust jacket. New York: William Morrow & Company, 1928. Foreword by Franz Boas. First edition. Numerous b/w photographs. xv, 297 pp. Hardcover. Small 8vo. Dark blue cloth. Silver lettering to spine and silver trees to front board. Spine lightly sunned and light soiling to boards. Light edge wear. Pages lightly toned towards edges, but are otherwise clean and bright. A very nice copy showing only light wear. Very good+/No dust jacket.

$75.00

TALES OF THE DRAMA

By Macauley, (Elizabeth)

Exeter, NH: Robinson and Towler, 1933. Hardcover. Poor/No dust jacket. Founded on the Tragedies of Shakspeare, Massinger, Shirley, Rowe, Murphy, Lillo, and Morre, and on the Comedies of Steele, Farquhar, Cumberland, Bickerstaif, Goldsmith, and Mrs. Cowley. Exeter, NH: Robinson and Towler, 1933. Numerous b/w illustrations. 424 pp. Hardcover. 24mo. Light brown Leather. Gilt lettering to spine. Head missing. Foot peeling. Spine creased and heavily worn. Scuffing to boards and heavy edge wear. Corners and most edges worn through. Hinges beginning to split. Small puncture hole in center of free front endpage. Small sticker and owner inscription on front endpage. Pages moderately toned and have numerous small stains along edges. Minor offseting. Poor/No dust jacket.

$75.00

LETTERS AND JOURNALS OF JAMES, EIGHTH EARL OF ELGIN, GOVERNOR OF JAMAICA, GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA, ENVOY TO CHINA CHINA, VICEROY OF INDIA

By James Bruce, Eighth Earl of Elgin

London: John Murray, 1872. Hardcover. Good/No dust jacket. London: John Murray, 1872. Edited by Theodore Walrond with a preface by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley. xii, 467, 20 pp. Hardcover. 8vo. Red cloth. Gilt lettering to spine and decorative black embossing to front and back covers. Head and heel worn through and beginning to fray. Spine somewhat sunned and some gilting is faded. Light soiling to front and back covers. Edges show some wear, but corners are worn through. Endpages foxed. Owner letter pinned to front endpage. Pages untrimmed, but are mostly clean and bright. Pages have slight waviness. A good, but worn copy. Good/No dust jacket.

$150.00

GUIDE TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF FLORIDA PROJECTILE POINTS

By Bullen, Ripley P

Gainesville, FL: Kendall Books, 1975. Revised edition. Softcover. Very good-/No dust jacket. Gainesville, FL: Kendall Books, 1975. Revised edition. Signed by the author. Numerous b/w illustrations. 62 pp. Softcover. Small Folio. Green trade paperback. Cover in good condition, but shows moderate wear. Title page signed by author. Price in pencil and ink on title page. Pages lightly toned, but are otherwise clean and bright. Slight bleed-through. Very good-/No dust jacket.

$125.00

TEA-TABLE TALK

By Mrs. Mathews (Anne Jackson)

London: Thomas Cautley Newby, 1857. First edition. Hardcover. Fair/No dust jacket. Ennobled Actresses and other Miscellanies. Volumes I and II. London: Thomas Cautley Newby, 1857. First edition. 359; 347 pp. Hardcover. Small 8vo. Dark brown cloth. Gilt lettering and decoration to spine, decorative embossing and texturing to front and back covers. Volume I: Has lean. Corners bumped. Owner signature to front endpage. Pages clean, but lightly toned. Volume II: Has lean. Missing head and heel. Spine partially separated, but intact. Corners bumped and worn through. Owner signature to front endpage. Pages clean, but lightly toned. Although the second volume has more serious wear, it is a fair set overall. Fair/No dust jacket.

$75.00

CATALOGUE OF THE FIRST MAJOR WINE AUCTION EVER TO BE HELD IN NEW YORK

By Morrell, Peter J

New York: Morrell & Company, the Wine Emporium, 1985. Softcover. Very good/No dust jacket. New York: Morrell & Company, the Wine Emporium, 1985. Morrell & Company. 88 pp. Softcover. 4to. Beige trade paperback. Minor scuffing on front and back covers. Pages clean and bright. Very good copy overall. Very good/No dust jacket.

$12.00

GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF SULLIVAN COUNTY, N.Y. FOR 1872-3

By No stated author

Syracuse, NY: Hamilton Child, 1975. Limited edition. Hardcover. Very good/No dust jacket. Syracuse, NY: Hamilton Child, 1975. Child, Hamilton. Limited edition. Numerous b/w illustrations. 351 pp. Hardcover. 8vo. Orange cloth. Gilt lettering and decorative stamp to spine and front board. Number 794 out of 1029. Minor wear on edges and corners. Pages clean and bright. Some foxing to endpages. Includes folding map, which is also in very good condition. Nice copy overall. Very good/No dust jacket.

$115.00

BLUE LAWS OF CONNECTICUT; A COLLECTION OF THE EARLIEST STATUTES AND JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE COLONY; BEING AN EXHIBITION OF THE RIGOROUS MORALS AND LEGISLATION OF THE PURITANS

Philadelphia: Duane Rulison, 1861. Hardcover. Fair/No dust jacket. Philadelphia: Duane Rulison, 1861. Smucker, Samuel M.. 235 pp. Hardcover. 12mo. Brown cloth. Gilt lettering to spine. Pebbling and decorative embossing to cover. Light edge wear, with the exception of a tear on the top of the back cover. Heel and back corners worn through. Spine faded and has lean. Pages partially separated from spine throughout, but intact. Pages have varying degrees of foxing and stains throughout, but are bright and quite legible. Fair/No dust jacket.

$60.00

MUSEE DU VIN DE BOURGOGNE A BEAUNE; SALLES DES TRAVAUX DE LA VIGNE ET DU VIN ET DES MƒTIERS AUXILIARIES; CATALOGUE

By No stated author.

Paris: Editions G.P., 1965. Softcover. Very good/No dust jacket. Paris: Editions G.P., . Riviere, Georges Henri. Numerous b/w photographs and illustrations. 75,xii pp. Text in French. Softcover. 8vo. Beige pamphlet. Light foxing to cover along with minor signs of wear. Pages bright and clean. Good copy overall. Very good/No dust jacket.

$21.00

BARNHART BROTHERS & SPINDLER CATALOG 25-A

By No stated author

Chicago: Barnhart Brothers & Spindler, Circa 1920Õs. Hardcover. Very good/No dust jacket. Chicago: Barnhart Brothers & Spindler, Circa 1920Õs. Numerous b/w and full color illustrations. 528, 11 pp. Hardcover. Large 8vo. Blue leatherette. Textured cover with embossing on spine and front plate. Slight bumping on corners, as well as light wear on head and heel. Small stain on pages 254 - 255, but otherwise pages are clean and bright, Very good/No dust jacket.

$100.00

DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW-YORK; ARRANGED UNDER DIRECTION OF THE HON. CHRISTOPHER MORGAN, SECRETARY OF STATE

By OÕCallaghan, E.B

Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., 1849. Hardcover. Fair/No dust jacket.

$200.00

CARPETS OF CENTRAL ASIA

By Bogolyubov, A. A

Wheathold Green Hampshire: The Crosby Press, 1973. #388 of an edition limited to 1,000 numbered copies. Hardcover. Very good+/Very good. Wheathold Green Hampshire: The Crosby Press, 1973. #388 of an edition limited to 1,000 numbered copies. Illustrated with 36 color plates, 22 b/w plates and 2 fold-out maps. Unpaginated. Hardcover. Folio. Dark gray cloth. Bookplate, else very good + in a very good + dust wrapper. Very good+/Very good.

$140.00

LA PLATERIA DE LA CATEDRAL DE SANTO DOMINGO, PRIMADA DE AMERICA

By Cruz Valdovinos, Jose Manuel

Madrid : Tabapress, 1993. First edition. Softcover. Very good+/No jacket issued. Madrid : Tabapress, 1993. First edition. Copious full color illustrations. 332 pp. Text in Spanish. Softcover. 4to. Burgundy illustrated stiff wrappers. Gift inscription on front free endpaper, else tight, square, and very clean. Very good+/No jacket issued.

$100.00

VORRES MUSEUM FOLK ART COLLECTION

By [Vorres]

Attica, Greece: Vorres Museum, 1998. Hardcover. Very good+/Very good+. Attica, Greece: Vorres Museum, 1998. Inscribed and signed by the author. Copious full color photographs. 253 pp. Hardcover. Square 4to. Dark gray cloth. A very nice, clean copy in like dustjacket. Very good+/Very good+.

$40.00

GALLERY OF AMERICAN SAMPLERS

By Krueger, Glee F.

New York: Dutton, in Association with the Museum of American Folk Art, [ 1978 ]. First edition. Numerous b/w & color illustrations. 96 pp. Hardcover. 4to. Pale yellow cloth. A very good, clean, tight copy in a very good + dust wrapper. Very good+/Very good+.

$35.00

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