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[Haberly, Loyd- 48 Copies Only, Lengthy Inscription, Bound by Haberly] Midgetina and the...
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[Haberly, Loyd- 48 Copies Only, Lengthy Inscription, Bound by Haberly] Midgetina and the Scapegoat; Written, Illustrated, Printed and Bound by Loyd Haberly

by Haberly, Loyd

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St. Louis: Haberly, 1943. Finely bound by Haberly in full red-brown calf with Haberly's all-over ornate and pleasing stylized gilt work which has become quite recognizable. Limited to only 48 copies. Beautifully patterned green endpapers. This copy is inscribed by Haberly in the form of a poem, on the leaf before title page: "To Dorothy & Carroll, Our worst between us and the starry quest, Our Best Between us and jungle night, We are not ever wholly damned or blest. We are not ever wholly wrong or right: Divinity that makes poor dust so proud Is lightning leaping from a sombre cloud, Leaving the long gloom deeper for its light- affectionately, HAB." Written in fountain pen. Fine condition. Scarce thus.
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[Hake, Thomas Gordon] New Symbols
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[Hake, Thomas Gordon] New Symbols

by Hake, Thomas Gordon

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London: Chatto and Windus, 1876. First edition. First edition. Original dark green cloth with single ruled gilt border, gilt publisher's device (design) at foot of spine, lettering on spine, dark green endsheets. From grouping of books owned by William Bell Scott. Though not signed by Scott, there is a four-page prospectus laid in for the book which has two holograph lines in Scott's and as well as two dates ("Legends of the Morrow, 1879, etc. ...1877 or 1878"). A perfectly fine copy. At time of writing, not copies of this scarce book on the market.
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[Halcyon Press] Hand and Soul
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[Halcyon Press] Hand and Soul

by Rossetti, Dante Gabriel

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Maastricht: The Halcyon Press, 1923. First thus. First thus. 12mo. Green cloth with cover printed label. 325 copies on handmade Van Gelder paper. Original glassine wrapper (torn).
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[Hamilton, Count A.] Memoirs of Count Grammont

[Hamilton, Count A.] Memoirs of Count Grammont

by Hamilton, Count A.

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London: W. H. Reid, 1828. A New Edition. A New Edition. Two Volumes. Mid 19th Century straight-grained red calf with ornate gilt design along all edges of covers, ornate gilt spine. Woodcut illustrations throughout. Some cover wear, esp. at extrimities. AEG. Overall, very good.250.
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[Hapgood, Theodore Hapgood- Scarce Cover Design, Illustrated by Peter Newell] Far From the...
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[Hapgood, Theodore Hapgood- Scarce Cover Design, Illustrated by Peter Newell] Far From the Maddening Girls

by Carryl, Guy Wetmore

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New York: McClure, Phillips & Co, 1904. First Edition. First Edition. 8vo., 185pp., with ads at back. Original decorative cover stamped in red-brown and balck by the prominent Massachusetts illustrator, printmaker, sculptor and designer, Theodore Brown Hapgood. A very scarce title, certainly considering it was illustrated by Peter Newell, and with stunning cover design by Hapgood. No copies located on the Net at time of writing. Fine condition.
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[Harden, Sidney] The Night and Day of a Soul

[Harden, Sidney] The Night and Day of a Soul

by Harden, Sidney

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London: Labour News Publishing Offices, 1892. First edition. First edition. Dark green cloth with attractive gilt decorated designs on all four corners of frnt cover, gilt lettering on spine. A scarce title by a lesser known printer.
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[Hardy, Thomas] Wessex Poems and Other Verses
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[Hardy, Thomas] Wessex Poems and Other Verses

by Hardy, Thomas

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London & New York: Harper & Brothers, Abermarle Street, 1898. First Edition. First Edition. 228pp. Original publisher's forest green decorative cloth with bold gilt central circular design bearing the author's monogram and a floral motif, spine gilt. This is the first edition of the author's first collection of poems, one of only 500 copies, with 31 illustrations (13 full-page, including frontispiece) by Thomas Hardy. Top edge gilt, others uncut. The covers are significantly blemished with water fading... however, priced accordingly, and quite a rare Hardy title, who considered himself primarily a poet. His poetry in "Wessex Poems" explores the themes of rural life, love and loss, the ravages of time, death and the inhuman ironies of war.
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[Hardy, Thomas] Tess of the D'Urbervilles
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[Hardy, Thomas] Tess of the D'Urbervilles

by Hardy, Thomas

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London: James R. Osgood, McIlvaine and Co, 1891. First Edition. First Edition. 3 volumes. Full contemporary polished tan cloth with double fillet gilt borders on both covers, ending in the corners with floral medallion, side edges with a gilt stamped design, two for panels on spine with morocco labels, gilt design work on the others. FIRST EDITION, FIRST IMPRESSION OF Thomas Hardy's most acclaimed work. Half titles present, volumes 2 & 3 with final blanks, and volume 2 with initial blank. Original covers bound in at the end. TEG. With first impression issue points: Volume I: p.[iv] "1891" present; p.[v] "have it said"; p.45 "her skin is/as sumple"; p.[264] final full-stop present; Volume II: p.[iv] "1891" present; p.58 "Valasquez"; p.155 "seampstress"; p.199 "XXV"; and p.234 "it's husband's"; Volume III: p.[vi] "1891" present; p.14 line endings comprise "towards", "but", "On", "al-", "hitherto" and "a", and p.112 "are ye doing"; p.160 line endings comprise "than", "deviations", "domesticity,",… Read More
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[Hardy, Thomas- Armstrong, Margaret] Tess of the d'ubervilles

[Hardy, Thomas- Armstrong, Margaret] Tess of the d'ubervilles

by Hardy, Thomas

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New York: Harper & Brothers, 1892. First American edition. First American edition. Brick red cloth stamped with gilt lettering and black shamrock design by Margaret Armstrong. The scarcer first American edition, with frontis and ten plates, published in January, 1892, and censored some events in the British text. Some cover wear, loosened text block from hinge splitting.
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[Harland, Marion- Armstrong, Margaret] Marion Harland's Complete Cook Book

[Harland, Marion- Armstrong, Margaret] Marion Harland's Complete Cook Book

by Harland, Marion

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Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1906. Original green cloth with cover and spine decorations by Margaret Armstrong. Printed on acidic, fragile paper. Vignette designs, a scarce Armstrong cover. Both inner hinges cracked and weakened, cover wear, good.
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[Harris, Joel Chandler- Armstrong, Margaret] Evening Tales, Done into English from the French of...
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[Harris, Joel Chandler- Armstrong, Margaret] Evening Tales, Done into English from the French of Frederic Ortoli

by Harris, Joel Chandler

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1893. First edition. First edition. Full reddish brown cloth with cunning cover illustration, lettering and design by Margaret Armstrong in black and silver. Unsigned, and appearing in Matthews', "Bookbindings, Old and New," 1895, with the caption, "Designed by Miss Armstrong," and Gullans and Espey, #181. The cover has a central half moon in silver, with the rest of the moon bearing silver lines and revealing the title, "Evening News," and a unique and striking manner. As well, Armstrong's has designed a wonderful all-over pattern of repeating snails, ducks, and rabbits in black. Spine gilt. Covers show some wear, but a very good copy of an exceedingly scarce and attractive Margaret Armstrong title. At the time of writing, no other copies located.
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[Harris, Joel Chandler- First Issue Uncle Remus in Near Fine Condition with Interesting Original...
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[Harris, Joel Chandler- First Issue Uncle Remus in Near Fine Condition with Interesting Original ALS from Harris on Orphanage Work] Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings; The Folk-lore of the Old Plantation

by Harris, Joel Chandler

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New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1881. First Edition, First Issue. First Edition, First Issue. 231pp + 8pp "New Books" ads at rear (not containing this title, per first issue). Original publisher's navy blue cloth, with bold gilt-stamped illustration on cover of Brer Rabbit in the forest, embossed illustration in black, along with stylized fence, gilt lettering and design/stippling on spine. First Issue, with "presumptive" on last line of page 9, and with no listing of this title in book adv. at end. Original light green pictorial end papers, front hinge completely in tact, rear is cracked. With illustrations throughout by Frederick S. Church and James H. Moser. Laid in is an original autograph letter signed by Harris, with attending envelope, postmarked Feb. 19, '98. The letter (and envelope) is a addressed to Jules Hart, who was at that time the head of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum of New York, a Jewish orphanage founded in 1860, and closing offices in 1941. The orphanage found that children thrive… Read More
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[Harte, Brett & Artemus Ward- With Important Four-Page Letter from Ward to Harte with Proof of...
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[Harte, Brett & Artemus Ward- With Important Four-Page Letter from Ward to Harte with Proof of Article by Harte] Artemus Ward

by Ward, Artemus [Charles Farrar Browne] and Bret Harte

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New York: Harpers, 1919. Three-quarter morocco, red cloth. A fascinating bounty of manuscript with a provocative story are packed into this book concerning humorists Artemus Ward and Brett Harte, both icons of mid to late 19th Century American humor. Included in the assemblage by an unknown person, is a wonderful four-page to Brett Harte from Artemus Ward (mounted), describing in detail his feelings regarding his groundbreaking visit the the West Coast, newspaper biases, as well as Harte knocking on "death's door," with an unknown illness, possibly tuberculosis, which led to his death only a few years later. As well, the biography explains in detail the circumstances and goings on of his travels and performances, and even quotes parts of the letter, as well as eluding to Harte's complimentary article published in the newspaper, "The Era," for which Ward thanks him. As well, a long proof sheet (original) of that very article is attached opposite the half-title, with corrections by Brett Harte!… Read More
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[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Fine Binding- Riviere and Sons] The Scarlet Letter, A Romance

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Fine Binding- Riviere and Sons] The Scarlet Letter, A Romance

by Hawthorne, Nathaniel

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Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1850. First Edition. First Edition. 8vo. A wonderful, expressive fine binding by Riviere & Son on a first edition of Hawthorne's most important work, in full crushed levant, the front cover bolding depicting the story's theme with a large scarlet morocco inlay of the letter ìAî, elaborately surrounded with gilt floral tools. The spine in 6 compartments, with 5 raised bands, gilt lettering in two compartments, top edge gilt. Binding signed in GILT STAMPñSIGNED PALLET BY RIVIERE & SON. Title page printed in red and black. The perfect expression of binding and title; a very attractive and well-preserved Riviere binding with expert front and rear hinge repair.
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[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Unusually Fine First English Issue, Excessively Rare] Tanglewood Tales,...

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Unusually Fine First English Issue, Excessively Rare] Tanglewood Tales, For Girls and Boys; Being a Second Wonder-Book

by Hawthorne, Nathaniel

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London: Chapman and Hall, 1853. First English Edition. First English Edition. Original green embossed cloth, gilt design and lettering on spine. Illustrated. Extremely rare, the English first was issued almost concurrently with the first U.S. and copies are few and far between. At the time of this writing, no copies were located for sale on the internet. Cloth clean and bright, some wear to extremities and margins of spine, foxing present to first 4-5 pages owing to acidic paper, hinges cracked. With the bookplate of Lewis Kennedy Morse was an author who wrote "Melodies of English Verse." House in folding chemise and excellent morocco-backed slipcase.
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[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Unusually Fine First Issue] Tanglewood Tales, For Girls and Boys; Being a...

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Unusually Fine First Issue] Tanglewood Tales, For Girls and Boys; Being a Second Wonder-Book

by Hawthorne, Nathaniel

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Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1853. First Edition. First Edition. Original red embossed cloth, gilt design and lettering on spine. First Printing with only "Boston Stereotype Foundry" imprint on copyright page (versus "George C. Rand). A stunning copy, in fine condition with only very minor nick to top and bottom of spine, very slight bumping to corners; the cloth is bright and almost untarnished in any way with crisp embossed designs, hinges fully intact, the gilt on spine s unrubbed. Internally, clean and bright with no foxing. 8pp ads in front. A rare example indeed. Housed in chemise, with nice crimson quarter crushed morocco slipcase.
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[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Fine Copy] A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Fine Copy] A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys

by Hawthorne, Nathaniel

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Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1852. First Edition. First Edition. Original publisher's red cloth with attractive embossed design work on both covers, gilt lettering and design on spine. A stunning, fine copy with bright covers and untarnished gilt to spines, hinges entirely intact, and clean and tight internally with no foxing. Browning opposite a small rectangular remnant of former owner at front, very slight rubbing to extremities of spine, corners minimally bumped. One of the nicest copies one could hope to find of a Hawthorne classic, featuring early stories undertaken as hack-work and published in periodicals. Owner signature, dated1852. Housed in folding cloth chemise and matching quarter crimson morocco (gilt) cloth slipcase.
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[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- All First Issue Points] The House of the Seven Gables

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel- All First Issue Points] The House of the Seven Gables

by Hawthorne, Nathaniel

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Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1851. First Edition, First Printing. First Edition, First Printing. Original publisher's brown embossed cloth, gilt lettering on spine, re-backed with original spine. One of 1690 copies, printed in April, 1851, with the original 3pp first state ads dated March, 1851in the front. "The House of Seven Gables," one of Hawthorne's most renowned works, was an extended description of houses and households from many of his sketches, and hearkening back to the household of his youth, and (per DAB), [the house] withdrawn, solitary, declining, haunted by an ancestral curse... With "The House of Seven Gables" Hawthorne said farewell to the Salem in which he had grown up." The scarce first issue with type battered on page 149; publisher's name gilt-stamped on spine (BAL binding A), ad catalogue dated March, 1851, and necessarily being bound between front endpapers. With pencil signature of J.H. Morison (John Hopkins Morison) a contemporary of Hawthorne, and passed down to his… Read More
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[Hawthorne, Nathaniel] The Blithedale Romance

[Hawthorne, Nathaniel] The Blithedale Romance

by Hawthorne, Nathaniel

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Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1860. Original blindstamped brown cloth, gilt lettered spine, pale yellow endpapers. Scarce Hawthorne title, this third major "romance," as he called it. A few leaves starting to loosen, with some marginal wear, spine rolled, corners rubbed. Original blindstamped brown cloth, gilt lettered spine, pale yellow endpapers (spine rolled, some wear at ends, pale spotting to upper cover).
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[Hazlitt, William] Lectures on the English Comic Writers
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[Hazlitt, William] Lectures on the English Comic Writers

by Hazlitt, William

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London: Taylor and Hessey, 1819. First edition. First edition. Original blue paper covered boards, original printed label on spine. 343pp, with 4pp. publisher's ad at end. Corners chipped, some wear to covers, small tear with small paper loss front fly. A very good copy, extremely clean and tight internally.
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