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Hunters of the Ozarks.

By Ellis, Edward S.

Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co. Yellow cloth, with illustration stamped in orange, yellow and black of a Indian, a frontiersman and a cabin on front board, and a man on a horse on the spine. Title stamped in black on spine, with gold background. 1897 on copyright page; no date on title page. Original owner’s name on verso of front free endpaper, and initials on front paste-down. Near Fine otherwise. A bright copy.. Hard Cover.

$25.00

Deerfoot in the Mountains

By Ellis, Edward S.

Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co., 1905. 363 pp. + 4 pp. ads. Brown cloth with illustration stamped in red, white and black of a Indian riding a horse on front board, and an Indian on the spine. Spine title gilt. With color frontispiece and 7 b&w plates by J. Steeple Davis. No. 3 in the New Deerfoot Series. VG+. First Edition. Hard Cover. Illus. by J. Steeple Davis.

$35.00

Honest Ned

By Ellis, Edward S.

Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co. Tan cloth, with illustration stamped in blue, brown and black of a cowboy riding a bronco on front board, and a lad on a horse on the spine. 1894 on copyright page; no date on title page. Original owner’s name on recto of frontispiece, and initials on front paste-down else VG. . Hard Cover.

$25.00

The Wilderness Fugitives

By Ellis, Edward S.

Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co. Tan cloth, with illustration stamped in blue, brown and black of a cowboy riding a bronco on front board, and a lad on a horse on the spine. 1893 on copyright page; no date on title page. Original owner’s name on flyleaf, and initials on front paste-down else VG.. Hard Cover.

$25.00

The Cabin in the Clearing: A Tale of the Frontier

By Ellis, Edward S.

Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co. Tan cloth, with illustration stamped in blue, brown and black of a cowboy riding a bronco on front board, and a lad on a horse on the spine. No. 3 in the Wyoming Series. Original owner’s name on recto of frontispiece, and initials on front paste-down. A bit of staining on rear board else VG.. Hard Cover.

$22.50

The Story Girl

By L. M. Montgomery

Boston: L.C. Page & Company, 1911. 2nd impression of the First edition, published a month after the first printing. Pale green cloth, with color pictorial label by George Gibbs on front board, scuffed. Color frontispiece by George Gibbs, with tissue guard. With 10 page publisher's catalogue at end. Soiled, wear at extremities, Good. . First Edition. Hard Cover.

$30.00

Ned in the Woods

By Ellis, Edward S.

Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co. Yellow cloth, with illustration stamped in orange, yellow and black of a Indian, a frontiersman and a cabin on front board, and a man on a horse on the spine. Title stamped in black on spine, with gold background. 1884 on copyright page; no date on title page. VG.. Hard Cover.

$25.00

Four Boys or The Story of a Forest Fire.

By Ellis, Edward S.

Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co. Red cloth, with illustration stamped in blue, brown and black of a cowboy riding a bronco on front board, and a lad on a horse on the spine. 1896 on copyright page; no date on title page. Original owner’s name on recto of frontispiece, and initials on front paste-down. Spine lightly faded else Fine.. Hard Cover.

$25.00

Storm Mountain

By Ellis, Edward S.

Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co. Tan cloth, with illustration stamped in blue, brown and black of a cowboy riding a bronco on front board, and a lad on a horse on the spine. Wyoming Series No. 2. 1889 on copyright page; no date on title page. Original owner’s name on flyleaf, and initials on front paste-down. VG+ . Hard Cover.

$25.00

The Moving Picture Boys in the Jungle

By Appleton, Victor

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1913. Early edition: lists one title beyond this title one on the verso of title page;and lists three titles beyond this one on dust jacket (through At Panama). Green cloth, illustrated cover stamped in red and black on front board and spine. Frontispiece illustration of Blake at the bow of a boat courageously filming an attacking hippopotamus, only a few feet away, with his jaws wide open. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper, probably contemporary with the publication of the book, else Fine. A sharp, bright copy. In scarce dust jacket with the same design as the binding, in red and green. Some silverfish activity at the edge of the jacket covers, and inside flaps, mostly beyond the red border on the front cover, also affecting some of the printed surface of the spine. Photographs provided on request. . Hard Cover. Near Fine/G-.

$250.00

The Moving Picture Boys in Earthquake Land

By Appleton, Victor

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1913. Early edition: lists up through this title on verso of title page; lists the next title in the series on the dust jacket (And the Flood). Green cloth, illustrated cover stamped in red and black on front board and spine. Frontispiece illustration of the Moving Picture Boys with their cameras; Blake's situation looks dire: "At Blake's Very Feet A Great Chasm Opened" A volcano is erupting in the background. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper, probably contemporary with the publication of the book, Near Fine. A sharp, bright copy. In scarce dust jacket with the same design as the binding, in red and green. Some silverfish activity at the crease of the jacket covers and inside flaps, some chipping at extremities, almost entirely beyond the red border on the front cover. Photographs provided on request.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Good.

$350.00

The Moving Picture Boys and the Flood or Perilous Days on the Mississippi

By Appleton, Victor

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1914. Early edition: lists up through this title on verso of title page; lists the next title in the series on dust jacket (At Panama). Green cloth, illustrated cover stamped in red and black on front board and spine. Frontispiece illustration of Joe operating his primitive movie camera, filming an upside down floating house. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper, probably contemporary with the publication of the book, else Fine. A sharp, bright copy. In scarce dust jacket with the same design as the binding, in red and green. A very small amount of silverfish activity at the crease of the jacket covers and inside flaps otherwise VG. Photographs provided on request. . Hard Cover. Near Fine/VG.

$350.00

The Moving Picture Boys on the Coast or Showing Up the Perils of the Deep

By Appleton, Victor

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1913. This edition lists two titles beyond this one on verso of the title page (through Earthquake Land) and lists four titles beyond this one on the dust jacket (through At Panama). Green cloth, illustrated cover stamped in red and black on front board and spine. Frontispiece illustration of Joe and Blackie and their movie cameras, filming a ship wreck. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper, probably contemporary with the publication of the book, else Fine. A sharp, bright copy. In scarce dust jacket with the same design as the binding, in red and green. Silverfish activity at the crease of the jacket covers and inside flaps, also affecting some of the printed surface of the spine. The color front cover still rather nice. Photographs provided on request. . Hard Cover. Near Fine/GVG.

$350.00

The Moving Picture Boys in the West or Taking Scenes Among the Cowboys and Indians

By Appleton, Victor

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1913. This edition lists three titles beyond this one on verso of the title page (through Earthquake Land) and lists four titles beyond this one on dust jacket (through And the Flood). Green cloth, illustrated cover stamped in red and black on front board and spine. Frontispiece illustration of the Moving Picture Boys in the distance filming Indians who have cowboys on the run, with the caption: "This Made a Splendid Moving Picture ! " Previous owner's name on front free endpaper, probably contemporary with the publication of the book, VG+. A sharp, bright copy. In scarce dust jacket with the same design as the binding, in red and green. Some silverfish activity at the crease of the jacket covers and inside flaps. The previous owner has made a couple of mathematical additions on the spine in pen, on the white surface below APPLETON. The color front cover still rather nice. Photographs provided on request.. Hard Cover. VG+/GVG.

$250.00

The Little Mouse

By Davis, Harriet Eager and John H. Eager

Philadelphia: Altemus, 1928. 16mo. 62, [2] pp. + 4 pp ads. Illustrated paper-covered boards, red cloth spine. Pictorial label on front cover and color illustrations on alternate pages by Bess Goe Willis. Previous owner's name on ffep. VG. . First Edition. Hard Cover.

$75.00

Prehistoric Britain

By Green, Barbara

London: Lutterworth Press, 1971. 48 pp. Blue cloth, title gilt. 11x 8". Wonderfully detailed illustrations by Alan Sorrell on almost every page. Previous owner's name and address written neatly on ffep. Near Fine in VG dust jacket.. Third Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Illus. by Sorrell, Alan.

$18.00

Ameliaranne and the Green Umbrella; Ameliaranne at the Farm

By Heward, Constance

London: George G.Harrap & Co, 1973. Turnabout Edition: when one story is finished, turnabout to start the second. 11x 8". Illustrated by Susan Beatrice Pearse. Green paper-covered boards, each illustrated with a drawing of Ameliaranne. Previous owner's last name written neatly in ink on first page. Very Good in Very Good + dust jacket. . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good+. Illus. by Pearse, Susan Beatrice.

$65.00

They Built a City: The Story of Washington D.C.

By Holland, Janice

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1953. Inscribed by the author, dated, May 30, 1953. Orange cloth; the front board has a line drawing of the Capitol building. Black and white and color illustrations throughout. How George Wahington, Thomas Jefferson and Pierre L'Enfant began the capital city. With stories from the histories of Mount Vernon, the White House, Arlington, and other famous places. Previous owner's name on ffep. VG in VG dust jacket.. Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$35.00

Cinderella

By (anon)

San Marino: Huntington Library Stiff paper wrappers. 48mo Facsimile of the earliest known American printing of Cinderella, the original edition printed by Matthew Carey in Philadelphia in 1800. With facsimiles of woodcut illustrations. With new introduction by Carey Bliss. Near Fine.

$15.00

Memories

By Galsworthy, John

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1914. Quarto. Green cloth, decorated front panel, decorated endpapers. 69 pp. With 28 plates by Maude Adams of the author's black spaniel, 4 in color, with tissue guards, including frontispiece. A blot of white on front cover, wear at extremities, previous owner's inscription on ffep. A good copy, binding tight, illustrations lovely, especially the color plates. . First Edition. Hard Cover.

$35.00

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