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A History of the Early Church to A.D. 500, A History of the Medieval Chuch 590-1500, A History of the Modern Church From 1500 to the Present Day [3 vols]
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A History of the Early Church to A.D. 500, A History of the Medieval Chuch 590-1500, A History of the Modern Church From 1500 to the Present Day [3 vols]

By Wand, J.W.C.

London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1961. Three books covering both English and European Church history: A History of the Early Church to A.D. 500, Very Good hardcover in Very Good price-clipped jacket, includes comparative tables and three fold out maps in excellent condition, ix.300pgs, 1963; A History of the Medieval Chuch 590-1500, Good to Very Good hardcover with scattered underlining and notations, owner name on front end paper in Fair to Good dust jacket, price intact but missing a fragment from lower spine, two maps within text. viii.284pgs,1962; A History of the Modern Church From 1500 to the Present Day, Good to Very Good hardcover in Good dustjacket with fragment of paper at lower spine detached but preserved by archival cover. A few underlined sentences and marginalia, with two maps within text. x.323pgs, 1961. Three books #2584.. Later Printing. Cloth Hardcover. Very Good/Fair to Very Good. 7.5" High.

$30.00

Dere Mable - Love Letters of a Rookie
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Dere Mable - Love Letters of a Rookie

By Streeter, E

New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1918. vi.62pgs.Very Good condition hardcover in a fragmented jacket, preserved as intact by a clear archival cover. Published as World War I was winding down, this portaiture, a journal of love letters which are a combination of poignant, endearing and humorous, provides a standpoint of what it was like to be a soldier stationed on the ground in France during WWI. 60 illustrations by Bill Breck bring life to each letter. Book#2582.. Later Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Poor. Illus. by G. William Breck, Bill Breck. Small 8vo. 7.5 Inches Tall.

$22.00

The Fables of Aesop and Others with Designs on Wood By Thomas Bewick.
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The Fables of Aesop and Others with Designs on Wood By Thomas Bewick.

By Aesop

New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1903. xxiv.376pgs. Very Good condition red cloth hardcover, top edge gilt, slight fading to spine and toning to title piece, slight foxing to fore-edge and text, binding sound and apparently at least partially unread, as many pages remain uncut along fore-edge (see images). Illustrated throughout with woodcuts by Thomas Bewick. This is the 1903 later edition, a facsimile of the 1818 and 1823 editions printed by E. Walker for T. Bewick & Son. Each of the 189 tales contains a headpiece and talepiece woodcut illustration by Thomas Bewick, as well as an "application", i.e. the lesson to be learned from the tale. Book #2575. 1903 Edition. Cloth Hardcover. Very Good. Illus. by Thomas Bewick. 16mo - 6.75 Inches Tall.

$68.00

Foundry Work. A Practical Guide to Modern Methods of Moulding and Casting in Iron, Bronze, Steel, and Other Metals, Including Many Valuable Hints on Shop Equipment and Management, Useful Tables, Etc.
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Foundry Work. A Practical Guide to Modern Methods of Moulding and Casting in Iron, Bronze, Steel, and Other Metals, Including Many Valuable Hints on Shop Equipment and Management, Useful Tables, Etc.

By Stimpson, William C.

Chicago: American School of Correspondence, 1909. 150 pgs. Good condition red cloth hardcover. General exterior wear and smudging and spotting, with edge rubbing and a few chips to cloth on back board. Internally Very Good, clean and unmarked. Probably an Ex-Lib of some sort as there is remnant of bookplate torn from front fixed endpaper. No other marks or stamps. A turn of the last century solid informational reference on a now mostly lost art. Illustrated throughout with detailed drawings and tables for properties, conversions and alloy mixtures. Book#2576.. No Additional or Previous Printings. Cloth Hardcover. Good. 8vo, 9.25 by 6.5 Inches. Ex-Library.

$55.00

Devils, Drugs and Doctors. The Story of the Science of Healing from Medicine-Man to Doctor.
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Devils, Drugs and Doctors. The Story of the Science of Healing from Medicine-Man to Doctor.

By Haggard, Howard W.

U.S.A.: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1929. xxii.405pgs. Good to Very Good condition black cloth hardcover. Corners rubbed, rear hinge loose but holding well, general wear to covers. Light foxing to enpapers, frontis and title page. Generously illustrated throughout with black and white drawings, woodcuts, portaits. Parts and Chapters: The Conquest of Death at Birth: Childbirth and Civilization, Sairey Gamps and the Midmen, The Compassion of Peter Chamberlen, "A Gentleman with Clean Hands May Carry the Disease"; The Story of Anaesthesia: "In Sorrow Thou Shalt Bring Forth Children"; The Progress of Surgery: Making an Anatomy, The Greatest Surgeon; The Passing of Plague and Pestilence: The Black Death, Pestilence and Personal Loberty, Pestilence and Moralists, The Medical Thread in the Moral Snarl; The Healing Art: The Halt, The Lame and the Blind, White Magic and Black, A Drug on the Market, The Turning Point, Toward a Better Civilization; Medicine Through the Ages: Civilization and Medicine. Index. Book #2558.. No Additional or Previous Printings. Cloth Hardcover. Good to Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Rowlandson, Gillray, Hogarth, Holbein. Small 4to..

$25.00

Hand Atlas of Human Anatomy. Vols. I,II,III. Set.
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Hand Atlas of Human Anatomy. Vols. I,II,III. Set.

By Spalteholz, Werner

Philadelphia and London: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1906. Good to Very Good condition red cloth hardcovers, 3 vol. set of vi.871pgs. Not dated, circa early twentieth century (1906 in author's conclusion Vol. III.). Illustrated throughout in black and white as well as multicolored ink drawings, incredibly detailed, rendered from dissections and formalin preserved organs. This type of medical illustration can now be considered a lost art. Bindings sound, text and illustrations clean and unmarked, some rubbing to edges and corners of cloth with an ink spot and faded tape marks at corners to cloth and endpapers. Front enpapers are gift inscribed to and from with date. This second English Edition is translated by Lewellys F. Barker from the Fourth German Edition. Vol. I : Bones, Joints, Ligaments. Vol. II : Regions, Muscles, Fascia, Heart, Blood-Vessels. Vol. III : Viscera, Brain, Nerves, Sense-Organs. **Please note this set weighs over 7 lbs. Extra postage fees will apply. #2555.. Second English Edition. Cloth Hardcover. Good to Very Good. Illus. by B. Heroux, H. Unger, Albert Fiebiger. Small 4to., 7.25 in. x 10 in.

$80.00

Four Thousand Years of Pharmacy. An Outline History of Pharmacy and the Allied Sciences.
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Four Thousand Years of Pharmacy. An Outline History of Pharmacy and the Allied Sciences.

By Lawall

Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1927. xv.665 pgs. Good to Very Good. Illustrated with 64 black and white plates including frontis of a section of the Eders papyrus, one of the oldest pharmaceutical works known. Red cloth hard cover, gilt lettering to spine and front cover, top edge of text blockmatching red. Corners and edges rubbed and frayed, binding strong and sound. Faint lettering lower spine and owner name on front endpaper, light foxing to frontis, title page and the backs of some of the illustrations. Contents: I. Ancient Pharmacy and its Earliest Side-Line -Medicine. Science in Embryo. II. Pharmacy During the Greek, Alexandrian and Roman Periods. The Kindergarten of Science. III. The Arabians Preserve the Pharmaceutic Art and Carry the Torch of Professional and Scientific Knowledge from the Sixth to the Thirteenth Centuries. IV. Medieval Pharmacy. The Origin of Universities. The Influence of the Crusades on Pharmacy. V. Medieval Pharmacy and Alchemy from the Time of Roger Bacon to the Fifteenth Century. VI. Pharmacy During the Famous Fifteenth Century. A Century of Alchemistic Frenzy. Beginning of the Renaissance. VII. The Glorious Sixteenth Century in Pharmacy. The Century of Paracelsus. Pharmacy and Science. VIII. The Century of Famoud Pharmocopoeias and Notable Characters.The Gilden Seventeenth. IX. The Progressive Eighteenth Century. Pharmacy Ascendant. The Birth of Chemistry. The Beginnings of Modern Science. X. The Recent Nineteenth Century. The Development of Pharmacy in America. XI. The Present Twentieth Century. Whose History Cannot Yet be Written. Bibliography. Chronological Table. Index. Book #2553.. No Additional Printings Indicated. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good. 8vo, 8.25 x 5.25 Inches.

$45.00

Elizabethan Drama 1558-1642 [Volume Two ]
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Elizabethan Drama 1558-1642 [Volume Two ]

By Schelling. Felix E.

Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1908. x.685pgs. Very Good condition blue cloth hardcover, gilt lettering to spine. This is an original printing, not a modern reproduction, and consists of Volume Two only. Previous owner J.L. Mankiewicz in neat pencil on front endpaper, with cadeuceus bookplate of medical historian Fielding Hudson Garrison on front fixed endpaper. Internally clean, sound, unmarked with faint age toning to edges of text block. Contents of Volume Two: XIII. History and Tragedy on Classical Myth and Story. XIV. The College Drama. XV. The English Masque. XVI. The Pastoral Drama. XVII. Tragicomedy and "Romance". XVIII. Later Comedy of Manners. XIV. Decadent Romance. XV. The Drama in Retrospect. Bibliographical Essay. A List of Plays and Like Productions Written, ACted, or Published in England Between the Years 1558 and 1642. With an extensive Index. #2544.. No Previous Printings Indicated. Cloth Hardcover. Very Good. 5 x 7.5 Inches.

$16.00

Midnight Dreary. Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe.
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Midnight Dreary. Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe.

By Walsh, John Evangelist

New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1999. xvi.199pgs. Fine hardcover in Fine jacket, clean and unmarked. Edgar-winning Poe biographer John Walsh examines the last days of Edgar Allan Poe. Illustrated with reproductions of correspondence, newspaper articals, photos, portraits, documents, medical records and a map of Baltimore contemporary to Poe's last known whereabouts. Contents: Prologue: The Case Reopened, Enter Poe, Enter the Widow, "We Regret to Learn...", Witness Time, Five Last Days, The Sartain Interval, What Mrs. Smith Knew, Suddenly a Tapping, Epilogue: Exit the Widow, Appendix: The Letters of Elmira Shelton, Notes and Sources, Acknowledgments, Selected Bibliography, Index. ISBN 0813526051.#2524.. Second Printing. Hard Cover in Slipcase. Fine/Fine. 8vo, 9 By 5.75 Inches.

$18.00

Authentic Libretti of the Gilbert and Sullivan Operas as Presented By the O'Oyly Carte Opera Company During Their American Season [The Gilbert and Sullivan Library]
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Authentic Libretti of the Gilbert and Sullivan Operas as Presented By the O'Oyly Carte Opera Company During Their American Season [The Gilbert and Sullivan Library]

By Frederick Hobbs

New York: The Bass Publishers, 1935. 209 pgs. Good to Very Good condition brown cloth hardcover with black lettering and decoration to front board. External wear to cloth along edges and corners with a few small bumps and dings to boards. Internally, bookplate of former owned (now detached, with glue residue on front endpaper) otherwise clean and unmarker throughout. With a Foreword by Frederick Hobbs, Company Manager of the D'Oyly Opera Company Including Famous Musical Selections and Original "Bab" Illustrations Drawn by Sir W.S. Gilbert. Contents: The Gondoliers, The Pirates of Penzance, Iolanthe, H.M.S. Pinafore, The Mikado, The Yeoman of the Guard, Ruddigore, Princess Ida, Patience, Trial By Jury. Book #2520.. Second Edition. Cloth Hardcover. Good to Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Sir W.S. Gilbert. Small 4to., 6.75 X10 Inches.

$16.00

A Treasury of Stephen Foster
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A Treasury of Stephen Foster

By Deems Taylor, John Tasker Howard, Ray Lev, Dorothy Berliner Commins [Stephen Foster]

New York: Random House, 1946. 222 pgs. Good to Very Good hardcover, green boards, red cloth spine. General wear to cloth and boards at edges and corners, lettering to spine somewhat faded, rubbing to paper edges and shallow scuffing of boards. Binding sound, internally clean and unmarked. Contents: Foreword by Deems Taylor, Stephen Collins Foster by John Tasker Howard, Open Thy Lattice Love, Oh! Boys Carry Me 'Long, Hard Times Come Again No More, Ellen Bayne, Oh! Susanna, Away Down Souf, Lou'siana Belle, Old Uncle Ned, My Brudder Gum, Nelly Was a Lady, Oh! Lemuel!, Camptown Races, Angelina Baker, Nelly Bly, Ring De Banjo, Laura Lee, My Hopes Have Departed Forever, Old Folks at Home, Willie My Brave, My Old Kentucky Home Good Night, Massa's in De Cold Ground, Old Dog Tray, Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair, Little Jennie Dow, Willie We Have Missed You, Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming, Comrades Fill No Glass For Me, Gentle Annie, The Glendy Burk, Old Black Joe, Down Amongthe Cane Brakes, That's What's The Matter, We Are Coming Father Abraam 300,000 More, Willie Has Gone to War, Our Bright Summer Days Are Gone, Beautiful Dreamer, Dearer Than Life!, Ah! May The red Rose Live Alway, Once I Loved Thee Mary Dear, The Village Maiden, Under the Willow She's Sleeping, Why Have My Loved Ones Gone?, I Will Be True To Thee, Why No One to Love?, Some Folks, Sweetly She Sleeps My Alice Fair, I Would Not Die In Springtime, If You've Only Got a Moustache, Mr. & Mrs. Brown, Wilt Thou Be Gone Love? Book#2521.. First Printing. Hardcover. Good to Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by William Sharp. 4to - 9¾ Inches-12 inches tall.

$15.00

Men and Gardens. A Rare and Enchanting Book That Celebrates the Enduring Place of Gardens in Man's Life and Traces Their Changing Forms and Uses in Different Lands and Different Ages.
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Men and Gardens. A Rare and Enchanting Book That Celebrates the Enduring Place of Gardens in Man's Life and Traces Their Changing Forms and Uses in Different Lands and Different Ages.

By Nan Fairbrother

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1956. xii. 271 pgs. Very Good decorated hardcover in Very Good jacket. Book is clean with little sign of shelf wear, binding sound, unmarked but for small bookstore stamp on front blank (The Book Gallery). Light edgewear and a few small tears and chips to jacket, price intact. By the author of "An English Year". Typecast in Janson's Dutch style type. Illustrated throughout with black and white drawings, schematics, engravings, decorations and photographs. Chapters: Why Men Have Gardened, Enclosed Monastic: Gardening in the Dark Ages, Enclosed Romantic: Gardens of the Middle Ages, Enclosted Fantastic: Gardens of Tudor England, Early Seventeenth-Century Gardening Literature, Les Jardins de l'Intelligence, Gardens of Seventeenth-Century England,Seats of Romantic Gentlemen:the Simple Life in Satin Slippers, What Do We Want Now? #2515.. 2nd Printing November 1956. Hardcover with Decorated Boar. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Harry Ford, Designer.. 8vo, 9.25 by 6.5 Inches.

$16.00

Roman Pictures
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Roman Pictures

By Lubbock, Percy

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. 221 pgs. Good to Very Good, binding sound, clean and unmarked. One closed tear at margin of pg 10, text not affected. Frontis illustration plate tipped in. Original age-toned paper boards, cloth spine with faded titlepiece, no jacket.This is a vintage printing, not a modern reproduction. By the author of Earlham and The Craft of Fiction. Contents: Fontana Delle Tartarughe, Via Nazionale, Piazza Della Cancelleria, St. Peter's, Via Giulia, Villa Borghese, Via Dwlla Purificazione, Albano, Castel Gandolfo, Via Sistina, Piazza Navona, Corso, The Forum, Via Margutta, Via Delle Botteghe Oscure. #2457.. Third Printing. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good. 8vo, 8 x 5.5 Inches.

$16.00

The Handbook of Spun Silk. Containing the Essential Facts About Its Nature and Uses, Together with a Reference Table of Comparative Sizes.
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The Handbook of Spun Silk. Containing the Essential Facts About Its Nature and Uses, Together with a Reference Table of Comparative Sizes.

By Champlain Silk Mills

Madison Ave NY: Champlain Silk Mills, 1922. 31pgs. Good to Very Good condition hardcover, No. 594 of a limited edition by Champlain Silk Mills, presented to Mackay, Wilde & Co. as indicated on front endpapers. A one inch chip at mid spine and several faded areas and spots on front board. Binding sound, internally clean and unmarked but for one page with a few sentences lightly underlined. Contents: What is Spun Silk, How it is Made, Spun Silk vs. Schappe, Gum in Silk, Foreign Matter, Color, Lustre, Weight, Size, Table of Corresponding Sizes in Spun Silk, Cotton, Etc., Dyeing, Package Form, Skeins for Dyeing or Warping in the Natural, Tubes for Warping and Braiding, Cones, Filling and Warp Yarns, Quality, Characteristics, Uses of Spun Silk, Co-operation, Champlain Spun Silk, Grades, Rules and Regulations to Govern Spun Silk Transactions. #2447.. Limited Edition. Hard Cover. Good to Very Good. Small 8vo. 7.75 Inches Tall. Numbered Limited Edition.

$36.00

The Marriage of Cupid and Psyche. Re-Told By Walter Pater from "The Golden Ass" of Lucius Apuleius.
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The Marriage of Cupid and Psyche. Re-Told By Walter Pater from "The Golden Ass" of Lucius Apuleius.

By Walter Pater [Lusius Apuleius]

New York: The Heritage Press, Limited Editions Club, 1951. 64 pgs. Near Fine condition cloth hardcover, gilt lettering to front and spine, clean, bright, unmarked. Rust colored cloth with matching text block edges. Very slight trace of rubbing to cloth at corners. Without slipcase or hourglass pamphlet. Illustrated frontis and five additional full page color illustrations by Edmund Dulac. Special edition by The Limited Editions Club for the George Macy Companys, Inc. Recounts the story as first set down by Lucius Apuleius in his "Transformations" (The Golden Ass), re-told by Walter Pater in his novel "Marius the Epicurean". The Prologue: How Marius Came Upon "The Golden Ass". The Story: The Marriage of Cupid and Psyche. #2404.. No Additional Printings Indicated. Cloth Hardcover. Near Fine. Illus. by Edmund Dulac. Small 4to., 6.5 x10 Inches.

$26.00

RUBENS. Complete Edition with One Hundred and Forty  Plates, Four in Full Colour, and a Selection From the Painter's Correspondence.
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RUBENS. Complete Edition with One Hundred and Forty Plates, Four in Full Colour, and a Selection From the Painter's Correspondence.

By Burckhardt, Jacob

New York: Phaidon Publishers Inc. (distributed By The Oxfurd University Press), 1950. 12mo. 374 pgs. Very Good condition hardcover in Good to Very Good jacket. Blue decorated cloth, clean and unmarked. Jacket has several small edge tears and rubbing to paper at edges. Complete Edition with One Hundred and Forty Plates, Four in Full Colour, and a Selection From the Painter's Correspondence. Edited by H. Gerson. Contents: Editor's Introduction, Synopsis by Burckhardt, Recollections of Rubens, Notes, Selected Letters of Rubens, Plates, Index of Collections, Index of Ruben's Works. Nicely illustrated throughout. Burckhardt's essay is translated by Mary Hottinger. The translation of selected letters is by R. H. Boothroyd and I. Grafe. #1243.. No Additional Printings Indicated. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good to Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

$20.00

A Blake Bibliography. Annotated Lists of Works, Studies and Blakeana.
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A Blake Bibliography. Annotated Lists of Works, Studies and Blakeana.

By Nurmi, Martin K. Bentlry, G.E.

Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1964. xix.393 pgs. Very Good+ hardcover in Very Good+ jacket. Clean, sound and unmarked with minimal shelfwear, light rubbing to corners of dustjacket. Laid in and included are a copy of a review of this book and a small card with several notations presumably by a reviewer. Contents divided into six main sections, separated by illustrated vignettes. Table of Contents: Tables of Symbols and Abbreviations; Table of Type-Printed References to Blake Before 1863; Blake's Reputation and Interpreters; Blake's Chronology; Part I. Editions of Blake's Writings: Individual Tiltles, Collections and Selections; Part II. Reproductions of Drawinigs and Paintings: Illustrations of Individual Authors, Collections and Selections; Part III. Engravings: Illustrations of Individual Authors, Selections and Collections; Part IV. Catalogues and Bibliographies; Part V. Books Owned by Blake; Part VI. Biography and Criticism [All editors, annotators, introducers, authors, etc. of works in parts I through V are cross-referenced in part VI]; Note on Musical Settings; Index. #2352.. No Additional Printings Indicated. Cloth Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. 8vo - 7¾ - 9¾ Inches Tall.

$35.00

Photogravures of Nineteen Pictures in the Louvre
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Photogravures of Nineteen Pictures in the Louvre

By Hautecouer

Place Not Indicated.: Not Stated Unpaginated. [circa pre-1906] Very Good condition navy blue cloth hardcover, gilt lettering to front cover, boards affixed with vintage 3-hole binding clips which may allow removal of plates for framing if desired. Light rubbing to corners. Clean and unmarked but for gift inscription on front blank dated Dec. 21st, 1906. High quality cream colored paper. One plate has a one inch closed marginal tear and crinkled corner, image not affected. Nineteen photogravures from artwork displayed in the Louvre circa 1906 exhibition, each attributed to "Ed.Hautecoeur, Photo". Contents: The Virgin and Angels (No.1260) Salle VII by Cimabue; Coronation of the Virgin (No.1290) Salle VII by Fra Angelico; The Nativity (No.1343) Salle VII by Fra Phillippo Lippi; The Virgin, Infant Jesus and St. John (No.1296) Salle VII by Botticelli; The Visitation (No.1321) Salle VII by D. Ghirlandajo; The Virgin of Victory (No.1374) Salle VI by Mantegna; The Virgin of the Rocks (No.1599) Salle VI by da Vinci; St. Michael and the Dragon (No.1502) Salle VII by Raphael; La Belle Jardiniere (No.1496) Salle IV by Raphael; Pastoral Concert (No.1136) Salle IV by Georgione; The Entombment (No.1584) Salle IV by Titian; Wedding Feast of Cana (No.1192) Salle IV by Veronese; Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine (No.1117) Salle IV by Correggio;The Adoratio of the Shepherds (No.1721) Salle I by Ribera; Assembly of Artists (No.1734) Salle VI by Velasquez; The Kitchen of the Angels (No.1716) Salle VI by Murillo. #2340.. Not Dated.. Hardcover. Very Good. Illus. by Botticelli, Ximabue, Giotto, Fra Angelico, Fra Phillippo Lippi, Ghirlandajo, Mantegna, Raphael, Da Vinci, Georgione, Titian, Veronese, Correggio, Velasquez, Murillo . 5.75 x 8.5 Inches.

$24.00

British Windmills and Watermills.With 8 Plates in Color and 24 Illustrations in Black & White.
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British Windmills and Watermills.With 8 Plates in Color and 24 Illustrations in Black & White.

By Skilton, C.P.

London: Collins, 1947. 47 pgs. Very Good navy and white hardcover in matching Good to Very Good jacket. Light rubbing to corners of boards. Jacket has rubbing along edged and several small to medium edge tears. Binding sound. Text clean and unmarked. Sections include a list of illustrations, the rise and decline of windmills, windmill design and mechanism, the windmills of britain, artists who painted mills, the watermills of britain, bibliography. Adprint postcard laid in for a subscription to the publication "Future". #2317.. No Additional Printings Indicated. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good to Very Good. 6.5x9 Inches.

$12.00

Lincoln the Soldier
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Lincoln the Soldier

By Lewis, Joseph

New York: Freethought Press, 1925. A folded leaflet of Abraham Lincoln ephemera: "Lincoln the Soldier"an address delivered over radio Station WGBS February 12, 1925 by Joseph Lewis (1889-1968), president of the Freethinker Association of America. Fourth printing, the Freethought Press Association, NY. Leaflet is creased from being folded in half, with a smudge to lower right front corner, otherwise clean and unmarked.#2316.. Fourth Printing. Leaflet. Very Good/No Jacket. 5.5x9 Inches. Ephemera.

$12.00

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