Robert Louis Stevenson Treasure Island Vintage Edition
Robert Louis Stevenson
New York: Charles Scribners. 1912.
Original green cloth binding with titles to spine gilt, top edge of pages gilt, black and white illustrations.
A very good copy, missing the blank front endpaper, corners and ends of spine lightly bumped, pages toned, else a very attractive copy.
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Dr. Seuss Oh, The Places You’ll Go! First Edition in Dust jacket
Oh, The Places You’ll Go!
New York: Random House. 1990
First edition, first printing, with correct issue points. Original pictorial boards with the original pictorial dust jacket. A very nice copy of this go-to graduation gift, with just a hint of sunning at spine and toning/darkening along the top edges of jacket, else an excellent copy.
Andrew Lang First Edition True Story Book 1893
First Edition of Andrew Lang’s True Story Book, in the style of his beloved Fairy Books.
The True Story Book
London: Longmans Green and Co. 1893
Octavo, original publisher’s blue cloth binding with gilt pictorial design, gilt to page edges, gilt titles to spine, black endpapers.
A very good copy with spine slightly rolled, rubbing ad bumping to corners and spine ends, some fraying to top spine end, soiling to rear cover, middle page signature cracked making page block a little shaken but still attached to binding.
Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre Vintage Edition
Bronte, Charlotte. Jane Eyre. Chicago: Rand McNally. Circa 1920.
A charming vintage edition of this timeless story.
Very Good condition with corners just a touched rubbed, spine ends with light wear, white to title letter rubbed off at spine, pages lightly toned. A very attractive copy will make a perfect edition to present as a gift.
Decorative Binding of John G. Whittier
By: John G Whittier
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell. Circa 1880
Octavo, original green cloth boards with ornate design in black gold gilt to cover and spine, page edges gilt, pages with red outline border. A beautiful decorative binding with just a touch of wear to ends of spine, corners rubbed and bumped, mild soiling to covers, scratch to rear cover, pages toned.
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.
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.
Lady of the Lake Vintage Decorative Binding
The Lady of the Lake
By: Sir Walter Scott
Chicago: Belford Clarke and Co. Circa 1880-1885
With Introduction and Notes by R.W. Taylor.
Octavo, original publisher’s ornate decorative binding with gilt and embossed floral motif to front cover and spine, gilt to page edges, floral endpapers, red border to pages. A stunning binding.
An excellent copy with just a touch of wear to corners and ends of spine, occasional foxing to pages, a touch of soiling to rear cover, else a beautiful copy.
How To Use Fruits by Hester M. Poole 1890 Recipes
Fruits and How To Use Them
A Practical Manual for Housekeepers; Containing Nearly Seven Hundred Recipes for Wholesome Preparations of Foreign and Domestic Fruits.
By: Mrs. Hester M. Poole
New York: Fowler and Wells Publishers. 1890.
First edition. Octavo, original red cloth boards, titles to spine gilt, titles to front cover black, yellow endpapers. A collection of recipes on fruit from the common ones like apples and bananas to more untraditional cooking fruits like grapefruit, pineapple and persimmons. A very good copy with wear to cloth along edges, spine gently rolled, wear and fraying to cloth at ends of spine, light soiling to boards, corners bumped and rubbed, wear along spine and fore-edges, pages toned with occasional spotting.