Los Angeles: University of California Library, 1980. First edition. Limited to 500 copies. Tall 8vo. xxii (ii), 58p. 110 annotated entries. Illustrated. Gilt-titled blue cloth.
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New Haven: William Reese Company, 1989. Revised edition. Tall 8vo. Unpaged. Illustrated with facsimile title pages. Gilt-titled black cloth spine over simulated leather boards.
Indianapolis: The Lilly Research Laboratories, (1976). First edition. Quarto. 275p. Illustrated. Full page description of each entry. Bound in white cloth with brown titles on spine and upper cover.
[Chancellorsville]: Press of Morningside Bookshop, 1977. First edition. xx, 234p. Entries collated and annotated, indexed. Illustrated with facsimile title pages. Brown cloth with titles in gilt on spine and upper cover.
San Francisco: John Howell - Books, 1982. Fourth edition, Revised, Enlarged and Edited by Robert H. Becker. Quarto. xx, 745p. Illustrated. Gilt-titled maroon cloth. A descriptive bibliography of some 1800 issued and editions of about 690 individual works, arranged by year, then by author.Sheehy DB137.
New York and Folkestone, England: Barnes & Noble Books and Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1973. Reprint of the Batsford first edition of 1975. vii, 424p. 516 entries with full collations. Gilt-titled blue cloth. Standard reference.
London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1968. First edition. xi, 403p. Illustrated, including two fold-out maps in rear. Publisher's blue cloth titled in copper and gilt. 1204+ entries with collations and annotations along with a general index and an index of ships."In this volume, comprising works on Voyages and Travel, the...
Edinburgh: T. E. Schuster, 1986. First edition. Tall 8vo. 304p. Illustrated in color. Green cloth titled in gilt on spine and upper cover. Errata slip laid in.
New York: R. R. Bowker for The Newberry Library, 1962. Revised and Enlarged Edition (2nd edition). 652p. Gilt-titled brown cloth. The essential primary reference for Americana.Sheehy AA300.
London: Oxford University Press, 1975. First edition. Three quarto volumes. xxvi, 290p; xvi, 748p; xvii, 142p. Illustrated, including facsimile color plates. Bound in publisher's gilt-titled gray cloth. Essential reference.
Far Hills, NJ: Meadow Run Press, (1997). Limited to 1000 copies. Approved by The Boone and Crockett Club. x, 573p. Foreword by Gene Hill. Illustrated after paintings after John Rice, the frontispiece in black and white and the slipcase cover label in color. Title index. Bound in publisher's full gilt-titled...
London: Sheppard Press, (1981). First edition. [viii], 221p. Illustrated. Gilt-titled red cloth.
San Francisco: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1991. Reprint authorized by the trustees of J.R. Abbey and Dawsons. Together four quarto volumes. xx, 399p; xxi, 428p; xiii, 299p; xiv, 301-675p. Illustrated. 633 entries complete with full collations. Bound in simulated maroon leather with gilt spine titles. The standard and essential reference...
New York: Argosy-Antiquarian, 1965. First edition, limited to 750 copies. Four volumes, including index. Maroon cloth with spine titles in gilt on a black ground. Important and standard reference.
Berkeley, CA: Live Oak Publishing, (1920). Fourth edition. xii, 115p. Page decorations by Louise Keeler. Original publisher's binding of light blue cloth with darker blue titles on spine and upper cover, the upper cover with embossed design of Pan with pipes and a garland of grapes and leaves on his...
Crawfordsville, IN: Wabash College, 1949, 1974, 1981. Three volumes, 4to. In the publisher's bindings of rust-colored cloth with spine titles in gilt on dark brown labels. Biographical sketches of authors who published during the first century of Indiana statehood with lists of their books [with] the continuation containing additional names...
Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press, 1971`. xvii, 18-865p. Gilt-titled red cloth. Arranged by author list, subject list, short-title list with appendices.
London: T. Cadell, 1785. First edition. xvi, 227p. (i, ad). Bound by Riviere in full calf with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., the spine with gilt titles and elaborate decorations, double fillet cover borders and fancy dentelles. Courtney and Smith pp. 158-9.Lowndes III: 1219.
London: Printed by Charles Green Say, for J. Payne, 1754. Second edition. Four volumes. 12mo. (iv), 308p; (vi, 292p; (vi, 298p; (iv), 297p. Contains all 140 numbers as in the first edition. Bound in contemporary calf with marbled endpapers, red and brown spine labels gilt, double fillet cover borders. "Johnson...
London: G. G. and J. Robinson, 1794. First edition. Two volumes. viii, 423p; (ii), 416p. Bound without half-titles. In modern bindings of quarter calf over marbled boards, the spine with brown titles labels gilt, volume numbers on black onlays, the panels with floral ornaments with simple and fancy rules. Mrs...
Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, (2009). First edition. xxx (ii), 391p. Profusely illustrated, including color plates. Gilt-titled mustard cloth.
London: Stein and Day, (1946). 464p. Translated from the German by C. V. Wedgwood. Bound in publisher's gilt-titled black cloth spine over rust-colored boards. "Iris Murdoch calls Auto-da-fe 'One of the few great novels of the century.'" (Jacket blurb).
New York: Book-of-the Month Club, (1980). xxix, 400p Illustrated. Bound in gilt-titled tan over brown cloth with paper label on the upper cover, illustrated endpapers. A deluxe edition by the Club.
Chicago: T. S. Denison & Co, 1934. Small stitched pamphlet. 100p. Illustrated. Covers all contingencies and characters from farmers to clowns to minstrel characters.
London: White Lion Publishers, (1974). First edition. First printing from the original manuscripts. 215p. Frontispiece of manuscript facsimile. Gilt-titled green cloth.