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Photographs for the Tsar. The Pioneering Color Photography of Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii, commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II. New York: The Dial Press, 1980. First printing. Fine in brown cloth, spine stamped in bronze. In a fine pictorial dust jacket. Profusely illustrated in color. Interior clean and bright. Quarto. 216pp. Hardcover.[Item #10789] (read more)
Price: $20.00
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The Institution, Laws & Ceremonies of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1971. Originally published in London, 1672. Reprinted 1971. Near fine in red cloth, spine gilt. Interior clean and bright. Thick quarto. Hardcover.[Item #11087] (read more)
Price: $100.00
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Le Panorama: Exposition Universelle Paris: Librairie d'Art, 1900. Illustrated exhibition guide. With photographs by the Neurdein Brothers and Maurice Baschet. Very good in three-quarter dark red leather and red leather boards. Spine gilt with 5 raised bands. Oblong Folio. Hardcover.[Item #11227] (read more)
Price: $400.00
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Dictionnaire du cinéma Paris: Editions universitaires, 1966. First edition. Very good octavo in black cloth with silver lettering to cover and spine. Water stain to lower front board. In French. 757pp.[Item #9148] (read more)
Price: $30.00
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Instrumentationslehre Leipzig: C.F. Peters, [1905]. Both books bound together in one quarto volume. Very good in green cloth gilt; wear to spine ends and corners. This copy apparently belonged to pianist, conductor, and film composer Josiah Zuro, as his name is... [Item #1206] (read more)
Price: $150.00
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Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Volume II C-E New York: St Martin's Press Inc., 1955. Fifth Edition. Volume II, C-E. Very good octavo, thick, in blue cloth with gilt spine. Volume II only. Edges of pages are spotted, as well as endpapers and some prelims. Majority of interior... [Item #93800] (read more)
Price: $18.00
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Gentlemen's Progress: The Itinerarium of Dr. Alexander Hamilton, 1744 Williamsburg: University of North Carolina Press, 1948. Very good octavo with dark red cloths in good dust jacket. Interior of cover is decorated with illustrated map. 267pp.[Item #8870] (read more)
Price: $25.00
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Brain and Brawn (Vol. VI, No. 3) Los Angeles: Brain and Brawn, 1917. Very good in original pictorial wraps. 125pp. Softcover.[Item #10872] (read more)
Price: $20.00
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Of All Things Most Yielding New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, n.d. Edited with a foreword by David R. Brower. Selections from Oriental Literature by Marc Lappe. Photographs by John Chang McCurdy. Near fine in red cloth, spine and front board gilt. In a very good..... [Item #11411] (read more)
Price: $20.00
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Masterpieces of Wit and Humor [ca. 1901]. With stories and an introduction by Robert J. Burdette. Containing all that is Best in the Literature of Laughter of all Nations. With Illustrations by Frederick Opper, John T. McCutcheon, Robert L. Dickey, Charles Lederer, Ike Morgan, R.... [Item #11450] (read more)
Price: $50.00
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The Complete Works of Robert Burns New York: A. L. Burt, n.d. Containing the poems and letters with glossarial index and a biographical memoir by Alexander Smith. With illustrations from the works of celebrated artists. Includes "The Letters of Burns" and "The Border Tour and Glossary,"..... [Item #10845] (read more)
Price: $65.00
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La Petite Illustration. Revue Hebdomadaire Publiant Les Pieces Nouvelles Jouees dans les Theatres de Paris, des Romans Inedits, des Critiques Litteraires et Dramatiques, des Poemes et des Etudes Cinematographiques. Paris: Editions de "L'Illustration," 1928. Fine in handsome 3/4 leather binding; raised bands on spine; marbled boards and endpapers. 19 bound issues of this literary magazine, February to December, 1928. Each issue published an entire, illustrated novel. Contents include: L'Idylle... [Item #1534] (read more)
Price: $100.00
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The Intellectual Regale; or Ladies’ Tea Tray. Volume 1, Numbers 1(partial)-17, 21. 1814-1815. Edited by Mrs. Mary Carr Clarke of Baltimore. Baltimore. Rare example of a magazine founded and edited by a woman in the early nineteenth century. Including selected pieces by Ben Franklin on Beauty, marriage, and happiness. Additional selections comprise topics on female education, female writers, and courtship. With... [Item #11874] (read more)
Price: $750.00
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Spectacular! The Story of Epic Films New Jersey: Castle Books, 1974. Folio. Very good in original pictorial wrappers; bound with coil spine. Profusely illustrated.[Item #1422] (read more)
Price: $30.00
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The Memoirs of Jacques Casnova de Seingalt. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, no date Complete 6 volume set. Fine in fine dust jackets. Illustrated with 18th century Italian engravings.[Item #328] (read more)
Price: $250.00
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The History of Jason London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., Ltd., 1913. Very Good in blue cloth with brightly gilt front board and spine; light fading to spine and lightly rubbed at spine ends. Illustrated with frontispiece. 199pp., plus 12pp. ads. Previous owner... [Item #9931] (read more)
Price: $30.00
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Caxton's Mirrour of the World London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., Ltd., 1913 (for 1912). Very Good in blue cloth with brightly gilt front board and spine; very light fading to cloth of spine. Illustrated throughout. 192pp., plus 12pp. ads. Previous owner bookplate; otherwise... [Item #9930] (read more)
Price: $35.00
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Ronald Reagan Remembered New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004. First edition. First printing. With accompanying DVD. Profusely illustrated in color. Fine in navy blue, spine stamped in silver. In a fine pictorial dust jacket. Interior clean and bright. Octavo. 177pp.[Item #11349] (read more)
Price: $12.00
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The Eighteenth Century: Europe in the Age of Enlightenment New York: McGraw- Hill Book Company, 1969. Very good+ hardcover in black cloth covered boards. Title stamped in silver on front board and on spine. In very good pictorial dust jacket. Edgewear on dust jacket, and some minor tearing on... [Item #8961] (read more)
Price: $35.00
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Inquiring Spirit: A New Presentation of Coleridge From His Published and Unpublished Prose Writings New York:Pantheon Books, 1951. Very good maroon cloth covered hardcover. Gilt title and author on spine. 8vo. In very good dust jacket, featuring a black and white illustration of Coleridge. Edited by Kathleen Coburn, with one third of the works... [Item #8962] (read more)
Price: $30.00
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The Philosophical Lectures of Samuel Taylor Coleridge Hitherto Unpublished:1818-1819 New York: Philosophical Library, 1949. First edition. Very good in green cloth, spine gilt with dark green label. Sunning to upper front board and spine. Black and white image of Samuel Coleridge painted by Thomas Phillips, R.A. on frontis. Preface... [Item #10846] (read more)
Price: $40.00
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Duck Shooting: Along the Atlantic Tidewater New York: William Morrow & Company, 1947. First edition. Chapters by Frederick C. Lincoln, Philip H. Babcock, and others. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. With color plates by Dr. Edgar Burke and Lynn Bogue Hunt. Very good in red cloth... [Item #11454] (read more)
Price: $32.00
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Islamic Rings and Gems: The Benjamin Zucker Collection London: Philip Wilson Publishers Limited, 1987. Fine in blue cloth. Near Fine pictorial dust jacket. Profusely illustrated with full-page plates in bright color. 551pp. Large Quarto, thick. Hardcover.[Item #10996] (read more)
Price: $70.00
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Mallarme: Selected Prose Poems, Essays, & Letters Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1956. Mint in near fine dust jacket. 168pp., notes, index.[Item #9011] (read more)
Price: $25.00
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Dear Master Wattie: The Mark Twain - David Watt Bowser Letters Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist University Press, 1960. In Southwest Review, Spring 1960, Volume XLV, Number 2. Very good in original green wraps. Smalls chips to bottom of spine and top corner of front. Interior clean and bright. Octavo. 196pp.[Item #11374] (read more)
Price: $30.00


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