Roald Dahl Danny Champion of the World First Edition
First Edition of Danny The Champion of the World
Danny The Champion of The World
New York: Alfred A Knopf. 1975
Illustrations by Jill Bennett
Octavo, original orange paper over brown cloth boards, green endpapers, in the illustrated dust jacket that has been price clipped.
A very nice copy with light soiling to covers, previous ownership signature to front endpaper, in the lightly soiled dust jacket, spine a touched sun, price sticker to rear panel, rear panel toned.
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Beekeeping By Everett Franklin Phillips Vintage Copy Revised Edition 1949
By: Everett Franklin Phillips
New York: Macmillian Co. 1949 Revised Edition
A wonderful vintage edition that has been revised and expanded from the original 1915 printing.
In very good condition with light soiling to covers, gilt titles to spine dull, pages toned. Else a very nice copy.
First Edition Strawberry Growing 1917 By S.W. Fletcher Illustrated
By: S.W. Fletcher
New York: Macmillian Co. 1917.
First edition. Octavo, original green cloth boards, titles cover in black, spine titles in gilt, red border to front cover, illustrated with black and white plates. Part of the Rural Science Series. Everything anyone needs to know on growing strawberries from growing to picking and packaging them for sale. A very good copy with corners and ends of spine rubbed and bumped, light soiling to boards, small discoloration spot to mid front board, pages toned, ownership signature to front pastedown.
Nathaniel Hawthorne’s House of Seven Gables 1899: Beautiful Two Volume Set
The House of Seven Gables
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1898
Original publisher’s grey cloth 2 volume set with gilt design to front covers and spine, gilt titles, gilt to top of page edge, illustrations throughout by Maude and Genevive Cowles.
An excellent set with George Edward Cabot bookplate and date of 1895 to front pastedowns, mild bumping to a few spots to edges, a stunning set to give as a gift or to display on a shelf.
The Corning Egg Farm Book First Edition 1912
The Corning Egg Farm Book;
By Gardner Corning
Being the complete and authentic story of the Corning Egg farm from its inception to date. Together with the full description of the method and system that have made this the most famous poultry farm in the world.
Published in 1912 by the Corning Egg Farm in Bound Brook, NJ.
First edition in original pictorial blue cloth binding, titles to spine and cover gilt, illustrations throughout. Laid in an original handbill from the farm.
Very good with pages toned, spine cloth faded, ownership signature to front endpaper, spine rolled, a touch of wear to edges.
Santa Claus Toy Shop Antique Book Printed on Linen Circa 1880
Octavo, original color lithograph linen wraps, stitched spine, circa 1880-1900. A wonderful soft linen Christmas book.Great full-page lithograph prints and black and white illustrations. The bottom right corner else an excellent and bright copy. A wonderful Toy Book example.
1811 printing of The Psalms Of David Together with Hymns and Spiritual Songs
The Psalms of David
Imitated in the Language of the New Testament; Together with Hymns and Spiritual Songs in Three Books.
By: I. Watts D.D.
Dedham, MA: H Mann printer. 1811
Octavo, original calf binding.
A nice copy overall, binding with significant surface wear but expected due to age and use ( adds great character for those wanting a book to display in a Primitive Farmhouse setting) covers with scratches and rear cover features child stick figure folk art, rubbing to spine and corners, lacking front blank endpaper as well as page 3 and 5 (Part of introduction), pencil and ink doodles to paste downs, pages toned and with faint staining as well as spotting.
How To Grow Cut Flowers by M.A. Hunt 1893
How To Grow Cut Flowers
A Practical Treatise on the cultivation of the rose, carnation, chrysanthemum, violet, and other winter flowering plants;
Also Greenhouse Construction.
A Book for the florist and amateur.
By: M. A. Hunt
Published by the author in 1893
First edition, octavo, original green cloth boards, title to spine gilt, floral pattern endpapers. A very nice copy with toned pages with occasional spotting, light soiling to covers.
A Child’s Illustrated First Book in French by Jean Gustave Keetels 1876
A Child’s Illustrated First Book in French
By: Professor Jean Gustave Keetels
New York: Clark and Maynard. 1876
Octavo, original green cloth with black embossed design to front cover and in the blind on the rear, titles to spine gilt, brown endpapers, illustrated throughout.
A lovely copy with soiling to boards, faint staining along fore-edge, bumping and rubbing to corners and ends of spine, pages toned and with foxing. A really charming French text book.