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Publisher: Garden City: 1949
Edition: First US Edition; First Printing
Seller ID: 315
Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket; Cover shows trace of shelf wear to corners and spine ends. Inside pages, while starting to yellow, remain clean, bright and crisp. Tightly bound.
B&W Illustrations; 8vo; 562 pages View more info
Publisher: New York, Garden City: 1949
Edition: Limited Edition; First Printing
Inscription: Signed by Illustrator
Seller ID: 319
Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket; Two volumes in original slipcase, without dustjackets as issued. The case has a small split and a light stain to the top-- about very good overall. The books show minor fading to the spines, otherwise they are clean, bright and attractive collector's copies.
B&W and Color illustrations; 8vo; Limited to 1500 signed copies. Number 240 out of 1500.; Signed by Illustrator View more info
By: Defoe, Daniel
Publisher: London, Taylor: 1719
Edition: Third Edition
Seller ID: 308
Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket; Lacks the frontispiece. Professionally bound in contemporary (ie 18th century) style in grey paper wraps with a hand-printed label, as the book would have been issued by the printer. Title repaired, affecting the L of London in the imprint. Scattered staining and spotting, overall good, a tall copy with wide margins.
8vo; pp  + -364 +  publisher's ads pages; "The first four editions (of Part One of Robinson Crusoe) were published in the year 1719, on April 25, May 12, June 6, and August 8" (Hutchins). Our copy conforms to Hutchins' issue 3T of the Third Edition, published June 6, 1719 (tail-piece of final leaf with a lion, rather than a phoenix) - First Issue of the Third Edition (p 96). View more info
By: Dickens, Charles
Publisher: London, Chapman and Hall: 1837
Edition: First English Edition; First Printing
Seller ID: 369
Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket; Pictures tell the story on condition which is about as good as one usually sees in Dickens first editions in contemporary bindings. Scans are available for specific requests upon inquiry.
True First Edition and rare First Printing. 43 engraved plates by Seymour, Buss, and Phiz including the frontispiece and vignette title, withthe Seymour plates from the first steels and the Phiz plates from early steels, all without titles or imprints. The two original Buss plates are also present. All edges marbled. Handsomely bound in fine antique original contemporary 3/4 calf leather binding, over marbled boards, spine with 5 gilt bands and a red gilt lettered morocco label. First issue points of D ickens first novel: p.260 line 29 reads "hodling" (1st issue) ; S Velleruncorrected ... View more info