Bay City MI: North American Construction Company, 1915. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Original edition, decorated covers, 128p (130 if you count the covers), stapled spine. Solid, clean condition. Amply illustrated. Hundreds of model houses, many in the Colonial Revival, Prairie or Art & Crafts style. WHY PAY MORE FOR A....
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The American Horticultural Society. Tan Cloth. In library hard bindings, ex libris the Library of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society (Boston) with bookplates to that effect at front pastedowns. Spine ends slightly rubbed, corners gently bumped, black and white photographs throughout, text clean.
The American Horticultural Society. Soft cover. Spine ends and cover corners slightly rubbed, very minor smudging to front cover '35, bindings tight, black and white photographs throughout.
Nashua NH (Sringfield): Charles T. Gill (John M. Wood), 1848. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Presumed first edition, 12mo, printed paper with engraved pictorial over boards. xx + 21-180, with engraved figure of male letter writer (same as cover) verso of fly across form title, with engraved vignettes throughout. Title page identifies...
Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1889. Half Vellum. both covers detached, but text block and plates beautifully clean, corners bumped and edges a bit worn, a good candidate for rebinding.
London: Ward Lock & Co. New Edition. Decorative Cloth. one prelim loose, some foxing to tissue guard of frontis and a few other places, text block clean for the most part, binding a bit loose, some soiling on boards, but book still quite sturdy with attractive green cloth covers, c. 1880.
1885. Reprint Edition, First Thus. Hardcover. An 1885 reprint of the 1728 curio printed by A. Moore of London. 12mo, brown cloth boards, leather label, vii + 38p. Some spotting, largely confned to blank prelims and rears.
London: Mather and Platt Ltd., 1931. First Edition. Cloth. corners bumped, cloth quite worn at spine, very scarce trade catalogue.
London: Office of the National Illustrated Library, [c1851]., 1851, 1851. 1st Edition. Hardcover. About the nicest copy of this title we'd expect to find in original publisher bidning of dusty rose- colored linen, eleaborately blindstamped all around with gilt to spine., gte, publisher's decorated endpapers with National Illustrated Library pub...
London: The Royal Horticultural Society, 1950. Red Cloth. Gilt title and crest pressed into front cover, spine ends slightly rubbed, very small white spot top edge front cover, minor toning to free endpapers. Dj with light soiling to panels, closed tear top left corner front panel, chipping to lower spine...
Pawlet, VT: Claude Fredericks, 1962. Limited Edition. Paper Covers. limited to 220 copies, blue paper covers contain a sheet of tissue paper with the prayer in italian and a sheet of thicker stock with english translation, just the slightest rubbing at the folds.
Boston: C. F. Libbie & Co., 1898. First Edition. Cloth. Two volume catalog bound in cloth. Original paper covers bound in. Some weari top spine top right corner of front cover, and top left corner of rear cover. No previous owner signatures or inscriptions.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1912. First Edition. Paper Covers. The publisher's catalog for Autumn 1912. Some loss to paper over spine and at corners of paper covers, which are lightly soiled /stained. Internals better than very good. 169p, with an index and some ads.
Philadelphia: Gedrudt ben M. Billmener, 1814. Full Calf. 8vo, original calf, dried and rubbed, but firmly bound with clasps with leather bands but fasteners on front edge missing. Woodcut forntispiece of David receiving the Pslams from the Heavens, 585p + 7 (regsiter/index) + 26 (catechism). A solid copy.
Long Valley, NJ: Calderwoods Books, 1984. Soft cover. B&w photographs. Laid in ALS by Don Frazier and Jo Koch, publishers.
Washington: US Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1973. First Edition. Soft cover. Scarce. Feedback Phase I. Purple and white covers slightly scuffed. Text clean, binding tight. Solid copy.
New York: Dutch Treat Club, 1969. Sloane, Eric. First Edition. Hardcover. Covers, endpapers and title vignette by club member Eric Sloane. The Dutch Treat Club was founded in 1905 and, in the words of former chairman John Cosgrave, "is a picked body of active agents in the production and dissemination...
New York: Dutch Treat Club, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. The Dutch Treat Club was founded in 1905 and, in the words of former chairman John Cosgrave, "is a picked body of active agents in the production and dissemination of literature, art, music and drama in New York. It is their...
New York: Dutch Treat Club, 1971. First Edition. Hardcover. The Dutch Treat Club was founded in 1905 and, in the words of former chairman John Cosgrave, "is a picked body of active agents in the production and dissemination of literature, art, music and drama in New York. It is their...
London: Printed for Rivingtons, Longman, et al, 1791. Hardcover. Old full calf (early /mid 19thC?), red leather label, boards worn, still holding. Title page with engraved vignette, xvi + 776pp, sides trimmed all around. Internals very good.
Firenze: Electa, 1949. Facscimile Edition. Hardcover. Paper-backed boards, title label front, covers soiled a tad, internals firne - facsimile edition, 1000 copies, this # 584.
Pawlet, VT: Claude Fredericks, 1953. Limited. Paper Covers. decorated paper covers a bit tattered at edges, a couple of small pieces missing, laid in is a hand-written greeting from Fredericks, who refers to himself as "an old Majorcan friend"
New York: Doubleday, Page, & Co., 1907. First Edition. Cloth. some rubbing at edges, binding a tad loose, a bit of hinge exposure at ffe, else fine and clean with no previous owner markings.
Boston: New England Gladiolus Society, 1935. Purple Velvet. Scarce. Dj with some soiling and water stain left edge of front panel, right edge rear, and spine. Intact with both flaps. Book with gilt title front cover. Lower right corner front cover and lower left corner rear cover with minor bumping...
Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1845. Fourth Edition. Blue and Cream Cloth. Three volumes. Darkened spines' edges rubbed, ends slightly worn. Cover corners slightly worn. Light smudging to cream cloth covers. Bindings tight, text clean. Small black and white illustrations throughout.