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Columbus Concern Series, S/2
$99.00
The Old Skid Road by M. Ella Chaffey and The Helpful Dozen by Blanche M. Milligan. Columbus: The Book Concern, 1920. 1st Ed Hardcovers. 95 and 92 pp. "The Old Skid Road" also includes "Competing for the Prize" a story by Blanch M. Milligan. Both books are part of a series designed to instruct children in proper moral behavior.
 
VINTAGEThe Montecito Collection
2010: Odyssey Two, 1st Edition
$89.00
2010: Odyssey Two by Arthur C. Clarke. New York: Del Rey/Ballantine, 1982. Hardcover with dust jacket. Stated first edition. 291 pp. Light shelf wear.
 
VINTAGEThe Montecito Collection
Serenade, 1st Edition
$45.00
Serenade by James M. Cain. Cleveland and New York: World Publishing, 1943. Hardcover with dust jacket. First edition, second printing. 314 pp. From the author of "The Postman Rings Twice." Light age wear.
 
VINTAGEArtifax Antiques
Lad: A Dog
$29.00
Lad: A Dog by Albert Payson Terhune. Illustrations by Rober L. Dickey. New York: Dutton, 1945. Rust brown cloth binding with illustrated cover. Shelf wear.
 
VINTAGEArtifax Antiques
The Prints of Japan
$89.00
The Prints of Japan by Frank A. Turk. London: Arco, 1966. An excellent reference for dating both Japanese prints and printed books. Gray binding, illustrated dust jacket, many illustrations. Shelf wear, edge wear to dust jacket.
 
VINTAGEArtifax Antiques
Patron: Industry Supports the Arts
$65.00
Patron: Industry Supports the Arts by Alan Osborne editor. London: The Connoisseur, 1966. Brown cloth binding with illustrated dust jacket. Shelf wear, tears to dust jacket.
 
VINTAGEArtifax Antiques
Spoils From a Crowded Life
$65.00
Spoils From a Crowded Life by Porter Sargent. Boston: Bruce Humphries, 1935. Signed and inscribed by the author. Red and black cloth binding, illustrated dust jacket. Shelf wear, edge tears to dust jacket.
 
VINTAGEArtifax Antiques
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
$49.00
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, illustrated by Charles Robinson. London: Collins Clear Type Press, circa 1928. Red leather with embossed gilt cover decoration. Four tipped in color plates. Scuffing and chips to cover.
 
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Atlanta and Environs, Signed
$99.00
Atlanta and Environs: Chronicle of People/Events Vol II by Franklin M. Garrett. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1969. Inscribed by author. 1070 pages. Hardcover.
 
$79.00
The Episcopal Church in Georgia 1733-1957 by Henry Thompson Malone. Atlanta, Georgia: Protestant Episcopal Church, 1960. First Edition. 334 pages. Hardcover.
 
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White Columns In Georgia, 1956
$79.00
White Columns In Georgia by Medora Field Perkerson. New York: Bonanza Books, 1956. 367 pages. Hardcover in dust jacket.
 
VINTAGEBrandywine Bookshop
The Tate Gallery, 1962
$69.00
The Tate Gallery, by John Rothenstein. Thames and Hudson, 1962. Hardcover, dozens of plates in color as well as black and white. First edition, 288 pages. Contents include: The Conception, Early Years 1897-1917, First Years of Independence 1917-1939, The War and AFter, The Plates, The Pictures in Monochrome. Wear to dust jacket.
 
VINTAGEBrandywine Bookshop
Fishing the Pacific, Offshore and On
$79.00
Fishing the Pacific, Offshore and On, by S. Kip Farrington, Jr. Coward-McCann, Inc., 1953. Hardcover, dozens of photos in black and white of record-breaking catches: a 1090-pound marlin, world record big-eye tuna, largest swordfish ever taken off Peru, etc. First edition, 297 pages. Original dust jacket not included.
 
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Eloise in Moscow, 1st Ed
$239.00
Eloise in Moscow by Kay Thompson. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1959. Illustrated by Hilary Knight. Hardcover with dust jacket. First edition, stated first printing. Unpaginated. Some age wear.
 
VINTAGEArtifax Antiques
The Watts Towers Booklet
$39.00
The Watts Towers published by the Committee for Simon Rodia's Towers in Watts, Los Angeles, California, 1961. Softcover paperback booklet. Edge, corner wear.
 
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Midcentury Sky Blue Mix, S/20
$299.00
Midcentury Sky Blue Mix, S/20. Twenty midcentury era books in vibrant and blended shades of sky (light) blue. Various authors and publishers: 1952 - 1963. Decorative books with lightly distressed overall wear include a mix of fiction and non-fiction works suitable for reading and retro refined blue book decor.
 
$89.00
Shades of our Ancestors: American Profiles and Profilists by Alice Van Leer Carrick. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1928. Color frontispiece and numerous additional illustrations on plates in the text, tan cloth binding, decorative cover. Edge wear.
 
$49.00
Stories of the First American Animals by George Langford. Illustrations by Ty Mahon. New York: Boni And Liveright, 1923. Black cloth binding with color illustrated cover. Shelf wear, spine fading.
 
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Highways & Homes of Japan, 1910
$225.00
Highways and Homes of Japan by Lady Lawson. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1910. Original cloth hardcover decorated in gilt on spine and front. 59 illustrations from photographs taken by the author. First edition. 352 pp. Previous owner's name and personal dedications in front of book and a couple of pasted pieces from newspapers. First page has come loose.
 
VINTAGEArtifax Antiques
Fun with Game Birds, Bird Hunting
$89.00
Fun with Game Birds: Bird Hunting in Words, Paint & Lines by Fred Everett. Pennsylvania: Stackpole Co, 1954. This is copy #129 of an unspecified edition and is Signed by Fred Everett. Dark burgundy leather with gilt decorated cover, gilt page edges. Hunting ruffed grouse, wild turkey, quail, pheasant, and woodcock. Edge scuffing with leather losses on spine.
 
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Beautiful Women in Sculpture
$139.00
Beautiful Women in Sculpture by Constanza Van Der Wielen Elsbach. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1947. Hardcover without dust jacket. Twenty large sepia-tone photographs of famous sculptures of women ranging from the ancient Greeks to Rodin and Daniel Chester French. 20 pages. Some age wear.
 
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Modern Fine Glass
$39.00
Modern Fine Glass: The Work of the Leading Artists and Designers and of the Most Famous Glass-Making Houses Here and Abroad, by Leloise Davis Skelley. Garden City: Garden City Publishing, 1942. Hardcover with dust jacket. Illustrated with 97 photographs. Reprint. 144 pages. Age wear.
 
$49.00
The Flowering World of "Chinese" Wilson by Daniel J. Foley. The Macmillan Company, 1969. Hardcover, numerous photographs in black-and-white. Stated first printing. 334 pages. Wear to dust jacket.
 
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The Sketches of Lewis Turco 1st Ed
$39.00
The Sketches of Lewis Turco and Liveil: A Mask by Lewis Turco. Cleveland: American Weave Press, 1962. 1st Ed softcover. An American poet and writer of fiction and non-fiction and is an advocate for New Formalism Poetry in the US. He won the Melville Cane Award of the Poetry Society of America and in '92 he received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the U of Conn. He was inducted into the Meriden Hall of Fame in '93, & in '99 he received the Ciardi Award for lifetime achievement in poetry.
 
$45.00
Vintage Book Gift Set: Black & Lavender Readings, S/4. Four midcentury era books featuring period novels in blended shades of black with unifying purple accents to bindings. Various authors and publishers: 1945 - 1968. Ribbon-wrapped vintage books with moderate overall wear are suitable for gift giving, reading and vintage black book decor.
 
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Children's Vintage History Books
$79.00
Children's Vintage History Books: Cornerstones of Freedom, S/15. Fifteen vintage books featuring juvenile inspired history themed selections from the Cornerstones of Freedom series. Chicago: Children's Press, 1965 - 1977. Includes: The Story of the Capitol, The Story of the Gettysburg Address, The Story of the Declaration of Independence and others. Vintage children's books with lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for reading and history themed vintage book decor.
 
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Populuxe by Thomas Hine 1st Ed
$119.00
Populace by Thomas Hine. NY: Alfred Knopf, 1986. Stated 1st Ed hardcover with dust jacket. From tail fins and Tupperware parties to Barbie dolls and fallout shelters, America revelled in a kind of innocent hedonism, buying objects in vibrant two-tone combinations of coral and charcoal, turquoise and lime green. Styles reflected the optimism of 'the jet age,' 'the push-button age,' and 'the atomic age.' Loaded with great, iconic photographs.
 
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Generations in Clay, 1st Ed
$79.00
Generations in Clay, Pueblo Pottery of the American Southwest by Alfred Dittert and Fred Plog. Flagstaff: Northland Press, 1987. Stated first edition, 6th printing. Softcover. Hopi Pottery, Acoma Pottery, Santa Clara Pottery, and Zuni Pottery are all considered Pueblo Pottery. Light storage bend, creases, light soiling.
 
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The Best of Norman Rockwell
$69.00
The Best of Norman Rockwell, introduction by Michael Schau. New York: Bonanza Books, 1979. Third Edition hardcover with dust jacket. Book illustrates 40 of Norman Rockwell's best posters, printed on one side and suitable for framing. Many of the color illustrations were celebrated covers of The Saturday Evening Post. Dust jacket shows signs of wear.
 
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Moroccan Brass Tray-Top Coffee Table
$799.00
Vintage Moroccan brass tray-top table with a decorative inlaid wood accordion base. Some wear to brass.
 
$55.00
Three Centuries of Notable American Architects edited by Joseph Thorndike. American Heritage, 1981. First edition. 348 pages. Includes jacket. A survey of the work of 15 architects who made a vast contribution to the look and feel of American cities, towns, and landscapes. Significant works from Bulfinch and Jefferson to Sullivan and Wright to the Saarinens and Wright. Includes a section on late 20th century younger architects. Copiously illustrated with photos, drawings, sketches, and plans.
 
$45.00
The New Yorker 25th Anniversary Album. Harper and Brothers, 1951. Unpaginated, no jacket. Many hundreds of cartoons and caricatures from the magazine's first 25 years, many of which reference the Great Depression and World War II. Works by its most famous artists including James Thurber, Peter Arno, Charles Addams, Saul Steinberg and many others.
 
$99.00
The Penguin Companion to World Literature, S/4. Four vintage books featuring The Penguin Companion to World Literature. Edited by David Daiches. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1971 - 1971. Includes literary works by authors from around the world, including European, French, American and English authors, among others Decorative vintage books housed in original boxed slipcase with moderate overall wear are suitable for reading and literary inspired vintage book decor.
 
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Rights of Man, 1st Ed
$99.00
The Rights of Man by Thomas Paine. Norwalk: Heritage Press, 1961. First edition thus hardcover with slipcase. 269 pages, black-and-white with red illustrations throughout by Lynn Ward. Wear to slipcase.
 
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James Clavell's Whirlwind
$99.00
Whirlwind by James Clavell. NY: Wm. Morrow & Co, Inc., 1986. Stated first edition hardcover with dust jacket. 1,147 pp. Set in Iran, the novel follows a group of helicopter pilots, Iranian officials, and oil men in the turmoil surrounding the fall of the Shah's monarchy and the rise of the Ayatollah Khomeini. A tale of war and peace, the men of the period and the women who loved them. Minor wear to dust jacket.
 
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The Dossier, 1st Ed
$49.00
The Dossier by Pierre Salinger and Leonard Gross. Garden City: Double Day & Co., 1984. Stated first edition with dust jacket. A novel by the former press Secretary to JFK and the European correspondent for ABC News. A story about a bureau chief of a US television network getting caught up in a complex news story involving ex-Nazis, Communists, the CIA, the KGB and the French and Israel intelligence services. Minor wear to dust jacket.
 
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Karl Bitter: Architectural Sculptor
$59.00
Karl Bitter: Architectural Sculptor, 1867-1915 by James M. Dennis. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. 302 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Highlights Bitter's career including works from world's fairs (from 1893 to 1915) as sculptor, planner, and administrator. He was a founder and active member of the National Sculpture Society. Minor wear to dust jacket, owner's signature.
 
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Wrinkles, Signed 1st Ed
$49.00
Wrinkles by Charles Simmons. NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1978. Signed, stated first edition. 182 page hardcover with dust jacket. Charles Simmons is an American editor and novelist. His first novel, Powdered Eggs, was awarded the William Faulkner Foundation Award (1965) for a notable first novel. He was formerly an editor of The New York Times Book Review.
 
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Fly By Night, 1st Ed
$119.00
Fly by Night by Randall Jarrell. NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1976. Stated first edition hardcover with dust jacket. 31 pp. Black-and-white illustrations by Maurice Sendak. Not long before his death Jarrell completed a manuscript of his last story, Fly by Night, and Maurice Sendak, his collaborator of many of Jarrell's award-winning books, illustrated it after the author's death. The brilliant conclusion of their partnership. Light wear on dust jacket.
 
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Your Country and Mine
$45.00
Your Country and Mine hardcover schoolbook. Author Gertrude Stephens Brown with Ernest W. Tiegs and Fay Adams. Published and copyright 1951 by Ginn and Company. Book contains 487 pages with numerous photos, color plates and maps.
 
VINTAGEThe Montecito Collection
Eyes of Time: Photojournalism in America
$65.00
Eyes of Time: Photojournalism in America by Marianne Fulton. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1988. Hardcover with dust jacket. Illustrated with 370 black-and-white and 44 color illustrations. Stated first edition. 326 pages. Light age wear.
 
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Prizzi's Honor, 1st Ed
$79.00
Prizzi's Honor by Richard Condon. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1982. Hardcover with dust jacket. First edition. 316 pages. Prizzi's Honor was made into a comedy-drama film in 1985 and was directed by John Huston. Light wear to dust jacket.
 
$69.00
The Photographs of Margaret Bourke-White. Margaret Bourke-White, Sean Callahan, Editor. New York: Bonanza Books, 1972. Margaret Bourke-White was "a war correspondent, a compassionate witness of famine in India, a dedicated seeker of the truth, whether it be among sharecroppers, South African goldminers, American GI's or Jesuits. All of her important work is shown in this major retrospective of her career." Tan cloth binding, illustrated dust jacket. Shelf wear, tears, losses to dust jacket.
 
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Confederate Agent, 1st Ed
$45.00
Confederate Agent: A Discovery In History by James D. Horan. Crown Publishers, New York, 1954. Hardcover with never-before-published contemporary photographs, facsimile documents, and other illustrations. First Edition with dust jacket. 326 pages. Dust jacket shows some wear and tear.
 
$75.00
The Book: The Story of Printing & Bookmaking Illustrated, by Douglas C. McMurtrie. New York: Oxford University Press, 1943. Hardcover, over 50 black-and-white illustrations, sixth printing, 1960, 676 pages. Some browning, some notations, and underlining.
 
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The Antiques Book
$75.00
The Antiques Book, edited by Alice Winchester and the staff of The Magazine Antiques. New York: Bonanza Books, 1950. Hardcover, 319 pages, over 50 black-and-white photos and illustrations. First edition. Age wear, small dust jacket tears.
 
$99.00
Vintage Book Gift Set: R. L. Stevenson, S/4. Four vintage books authored by famous American author Robert Louis Stevenson in muted shades of green. New York: Current Literature Publishing Co., 1906. Ribbon-wrapped vintage books with lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for gift giving, reading and literary inspired vintage book decor.
 
$79.00
Vintage Book Gift Set: Pocket-Sized Shakespeare, S/4. Four antique books featuring selections by William Shakespeare in unified shades of red. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1882 - 1893. Includes select volumes and works. Versatile pocket-sized books measuring 6" wide and 7" tall are easily displayed in a variety of settings. Ribbon-wrapped antique books with lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for gift giving, reading and literary inspired antique book decor.
 
$79.00
Vintage Book Gift Set: Green Irish Treasury Trio. Three vintage books featuring a trio of Irish themed selections in varied shades of green. Various authors and publishers: 1967 - 1983. Ribbon-wrapped vintage books with lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for gift giving, reading and Irish inspired vintage book decor.
 
VINTAGEChristopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books
The Accidental Tourist, 1st Printing
$49.00
The Accidental Tourist by Anne Tyler. New York: Knopf, 1985. First printing. The highly sought-after follow up novel to Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant. Tyler works her magic on the humdrum life of an armchair travel writer. Slowly the shattered pieces of his existence are made whole, by an unlikely attraction to a woman who never stops talking. Slight wear.
 
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Huxley's The Devils of Loudon
$45.00
The Devils of Loudon by Aldous Huxley. London: Chatto and Windus, 1952. First printing. A fascinating novel, based on actual examples of religious mania in seventeenth century France, mirroring the later Salem Witch trials in America.
 
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Here, Of All Places
$49.00
Here, of All Places by Osbert Lancaster. London: John Murray, 1959. Hardcover, first printing, includes dust jacket. The first joint appearance of two previous volumes, Pillar to Post and Homes, Sweet Homes. Lancaster defines every type of architectural style and interior, in this light-hearted history, with clever cartoon illustrations. Some wear to jacket.
 
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Philip Larkin's Collected Poems
$45.00
Collected Poems by Philip Larkin. NY: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1989. Second printing. Larkin's five books of poetry have been collected, with many unpublished works, including early and late works available here for the first time. 330 pages. Some wear.
 
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Hilaire Belloc's Cautionary Verses
$55.00
Cautionary Verses by Hilaire Belloc. New York: Knopf, 1981. Illustrated Album Edition, 11th printing. Seven books of comic poetry first put together in 1941, with illustrations by B.T.B. and Nicolas Bentley. Books include: Cautionary Tales for Children; New Cautionary Tales; A Bad Child's Book of Beasts; More Beasts for Worse Children; More Peers; A Moral Alphabet; and Ladies and Gentlemen. Cruel humor about English society, in verse. Jacket spine faded.
 
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Jude the Obscure
$45.00
Jude The Obscure by Thomas Hardy. London: Macmillan, 1973. "Greenwood" edition, fourth printing. Hardy's last major novel, the bitter portrayal of a good man torn apart by conflicting social pressures.
 
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The Wheelhouse Loafer: Vineyard Gazette
$39.00
The Wheelhouse Loafer: The Vineyard Gazette 1940-1965 by Joseph Allen Chase. Boston: Little Brown, 1966. First printing. Martha's Vineyard's newspaper always had a column 'With the Fishermen,' written by a local legend, Joe Allen. Here is a selection of his tall tales, local characters and salty dialect, culled from 25 years on the job. Slight wear.
 
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A Masque of Mercy by R. Frost, 1st Print
$55.00
A Masque of Mercy by Robert Frost. New York: Henry Holt & Company, 1947. First printing. A rare late work in play form by the pre-eminent poet, questioning man's relationship to God. How can He be both just and merciful, asks Frost, in a compelling dramatization of a theological dilemma that the faithful have sought to define down the ages. Some wear.
 
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Graham Greene's A Sense of Reality, 1st
$59.00
A Sense of Reality by Graham Greene. New York: The Viking Press, 1963. First printing. A collection of shorter pieces: "Under the Garden," a classic fantasy, and three short stories, "A Visit to Morin," "Dream of a Strange Land," and "A Discovery in the Woods." Slight wear to jacket.
 
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Oh! To Be In England
$45.00
Oh! To be in England by H. E. Bates. London: Michael Joseph, 1963. First printing. The fourth in Bates's immortal saga of the Larkin family, who flout all social conventions and live the life we all wish we could. Never paying taxes and charming all around, 'Pop' Larkin emerges as the hero of another comic romp, that is quintessentially English.
 
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Wodehouse's Bachelors Anonymous, 1st
$49.00
Bachelors Anonymous by P. G. Wodehouse. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1974. First printing. A marvelous later Wodehouse, concerning the adventures of American movie folk in London. Jacket art by Osbert Lancaster. Newspaper 'burn' mark to first end page, otherwise a very good copy.
 
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Beaux-Arts Institute of Design
$59.00
The Bulletin of the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design. New York: Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, September 1931. Many architecture and related period architectural design features for buildings. Shelf wear, few spots.
 
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1920's-1930's Children's Books,S/7
$139.00
1920's-1930's Children's Book Gift Set, S/7. Seven vintage books featuring a delightful collection of children's stories from the 1920's and 1930's in blended earthtone shades. New York: Wise Parslow Co., 1920 - 1931. Includes: Mother Earth's Children, The Turned Into's, The Chatterlings in Wordland and others. Ribbon-wrapped vintage children's books with moderate overall wear are suitable for gift giving, reading and juvenile themed vintage book decor.
 
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Vintage Gardening in Green, S/18
$269.00
Vintage Gardening in Green, S/18. Eighteen vintage books featuring gardening themed selections in blended and organic shades of green and tan. Various authors and publishers: 1939 - 1988. Includes: Rock Garden Plants, ABC's of Nature, The Guide to Garden Shrubs and Trees and others. Decorative gardening books with moderate overall wear are suitable for reference, reading and garden inspired vintage book decor.
 
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Nature Lover's Vintage Books, S/18
$269.00
Nature Lover's Vintage Book Collection, S/18. Eighteen vintage and midcentury-era books featuring a curated collection of nature themed selections in blended shades of green and tan. Various authors and publishers: 1920 - 1986. Includes: A Field Guide To Birds, The Earth For Sam, North American Wildlife and others. Decorative vintage books with moderate overall wear are suitable for reading, reference and cabin inspired vintage book decor.
 
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Vintage Green Book Gift Set, S/4
$99.00
Vintage Book Gift Set: Pocket of Clover, S/4. Four vintage books featuring literary selections in blended shades of "clover" green. Various authors and publishers: 1876 - 1941. Includes literary works by Maugham, Bret Harte and others. Ribbon-wrapped vintage books with moderate overall wear are suitable for gift giving, reading and vintage green book decor.
 
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Weathered Children's Classics, S/8
$139.00
Weathered Children's Classics, S/8. Eight early vintage books featuring juvenile literary classics in muted and blended shades of blue. New York: World Syndicate Publishing Co., 1900 - 1939. Includes literary works by Stevenson, Dickens, Gilbert, Hughes and others. Decorative blue books with lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for reading and juvenile inspired vintage blue book decor.
 
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Vintage Children's Bookshelf, S/10
$169.00
Vintage Children's Bookshelf: The Companion Library, S/10. Ten vintage books featuring selections from "The Companion Library" series in colorful, muted shades. New York: Grossett & Dunlap Publishers, 1963 - 1965. Includes: Tom Sawyer Detective, Black Beauty, Robinson Crusoe and others. Decorative vintage children's books with lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for reading and juvenile themed vintage book decor.
 
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South America: Illustrated History of Struggle by Hezekiah Butterworth. New York: Doubleday & McClure Co., 1898. First Edition. 266 pages. Hardcover.
 
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All the Best in Cuba, 1956
$79.00
All the Best in Cuba by Sydney Clark. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1956. 235 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. With Photographs, Illustrations and Maps.
 
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Latin America History Book Collection, S/25. Twenty-five vintage books featuring Latin American history themed selections, highlighting the countries and people of the region . Various authors and publishers: 1913 - 1985. Includes: Empire In Brazil, The Incas, El Lazarillo and others. Decorative vintage books with lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for reading and history themed vintage style book decor.
 
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Hot Countries, Illus. Lynd Ward
$99.00
Hot Countries by Alec Waugh. Illustrated by Lynd Ward. New York: The Literary Guild, 1930. 304 pages. Hardcover.
 
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Universal History, 1885
$99.00
Cyclopaedia of Universal History Vol II, Part II by John Clark Ridpath, LL. D. Cincinnati: Jones Brothers Publishing Company, 1885. 1410 pages. Hardcover. Profusely Illustrated with Maps, Charts, Sketches, Portraits, and Diagrams.
 
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Universal History, 1885
$99.00
Cyclopaedia of Universal History: Volume II, Part I - The Modern World by John Clark Ridpath, LL. D. Cincinnati: Jones Brothers Publishing Company, 1885. 752 pages. Hardcover.
 
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Pre-Columbian Man Finds Central America: The Archaeological Bridge by Doris Stone. Cambridge: Harvard University, 1972. 231 pages. Hardcover.
 
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Four Keys to Guatemala, 1948
$79.00
Four Keys to Guatemala by Vera Kelsey and Lilly De Jongh Osborne. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1948. Revised Edition. 332 pages. Hardcover in dust jacket.
 
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A White Umbrella in Mexico, 1889
$79.00
A White Umbrella in Mexico by F. Hopkinson Smith. Illustrated by F. Hopkinson Smith. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1889. 227 pages. Hardcover. Clear wrap. Damp stains to cover. 36 illustrations.
 
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Panama to Patagonia, 1906
$99.00
Panama To Patagonia: The Isthmian Canal and the West Coast Countries of South America by Charles M. Pepper. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1906. 397 pages. Hardcover.
 
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Williamsburg Virginia, 1942
$79.00
Williamsburg Virginia. Richmond, Virginia : The Dietz Press, Incorporated, 1942. 3rd Printing. 84 pages. Hardcover.
 
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Two Edward Gorey Compilations
$75.00
Amphigorey Too (1982) and Amphigorey Also (1983) by Edward Gorey. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. Both later paperback printings. Each of these classic compilations feature 15 of Gorey's immortal works, drawn in his highly distinctive, yet curiously variable styles. A world of pleasure, tinged with a cruel sense of arbitrary evil, is relished, behind a veneer of Edwardian high style.
 
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Vintage Book Set: Flying, S/4
$59.00
Vintage Book Set: Adventures in the Sky, S/4. Four vintage books featuring selections that highlight various air adventures. Various authors and publishers: 1967 - 1991. Includes: Modern Airmanship, Aerobatics, Air Adventures and Handling the Big Jets. Decorative books wrapped in red ribbon with moderate overall wear are suitable for gift-giving, reading and aeronautical inspired book decor.
 
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Crimson Display Set, S/5
$59.00
Crimson Display Set - Five Decorative Books. Five early vintage books featuring suitable for reading an display. Books feature unifying pictorial covers in blended shades of red. Vintage books with decorative covers are great for displaying face up on tabletops. Various authors and publishers: 1900 - 1929. Decorative books with lightly distressed overall wear are suitable for reading and vintage inspired book decor.
 
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Skinner's Horse, 1st Ed
$25.00
Skinner's Horse by Philip Mason. New York: Harper & Row, 1979. First edition. 241 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Colonel Skinner (1778-1841), was an Anglo-Indian military adventurer in India, who became known as Sikandar Sahib later in life.
 
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Contemporary US Sculpture, 1st Ed
$95.00
Contemporary American Sculpture by A. Weinman, President. NY: Press of the Kalkhoff Co., 1929. Signed, inscribed and calligraphed. First Edition. 352 pp. Hardcover. Catalog for the important sculpture exhibition held April to October, 1929 at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, which featured works from America's foremost sculptors including: Manship, French, Scudder, and Haseltine. Signed by Weinman with related letters and documents.
 
$99.00
How to Build a Launch from Plans, with General Instructions for the Care and Running of Gas Engines by Charles Davis. NY: Forest & Steam Pub. Co., 1903. First edition hardcover lacking dust jacket. Davis was an artist, marine architect, writer, boatbuilder, sailor, cartoonist, sportsman, he lived in New York State. He also wrote many books on ships and ship model building and he sailed Around Cape Horn in 1892. The book is complete with all plans. Light wear, owner's name.
 
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U.S. Civil War Store Tokens, S/2
$119.00
U.S. Civil War Store Cards & Token Collector Pages by George Melvin Fuld. Lawrence: Quarterman Pub., 1975/1972. 2nd edition hardcover with dust jacket; 1st edition no dust jacket. Civil War tokens were token coins that were privately minted and distributed in the US between 1861 and 1864. They were used mainly in the Northeast and Midwest, a result of the scarcity of government-issued cents during the Civil War and were banned in April 1864 when the US prohibited the issue of private currency.
 
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The Center: Guide to Rockefeller
$49.00
The Center: A History and Guide to Rockefeller Center by Walter Karp. NY: American Heritage Pub. Co., Inc., 1982. 128 pp. An illustrated history of New York's Rockefeller Center with a guide to the center's tenants, entertainment, and shopping. It details the center's Art Deco heritage with special sections on its sculpture, architectural detailing and famous José Maria Sert murals. Age wear to dust jacket.
 
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Masters of Painting, 1st Ed
$65.00
Masters of Painting by Bernardine Kielty. Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1964. Hardcover with slipcase. Illustrated with numerous black-and-white and color photographs. First edition. 183 pages plus index. Light age wear.
 
$69.00
Selected Tales of Guy De Maupassant. New York: Random House, 1950. Illustrated by Adolf Dehn. Black cloth spine with gilt title, decorative paper cover, shelf wear.
 
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Newport Preserv'd, 1st Ed
$79.00
Newport Preserv'd Architecture of the 18th Century by Desmond Guinness. NY: Viking Press, 1982. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. Newport's historic landmarks and architectural treasures of the 18th century. Newport contains among the highest number of surviving colonial buildings of any city in the US. Many of these homes were restored in the late 20th-century through grants made by Newport resident Doris Duke. Light wear, owner's stamp.
 
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Magnificent Builders & Dream Houses
$49.00
The Magnificent Builders and Their Dream Houses by Joseph J. Thorndike. NY: American Heritage, 1978. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. An intimate look at the most fantastic private homes in the world and the remarkable men and women who could afford to build as imaginatively as their fancies dictated. The architecture, form, art, and regality of dream houses. Louis XIV, Hadrian, Frank Lloyd Wright, Sir Walter Scott, Thomas Jefferson, the Vanderbilt Family, and more. Dust jacket wear.
 
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A Great Bookstore in Action, Signed
$79.00
A Great Bookstore in Action by Adolph Kroch. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1940. Signed hardcover, second impression. Lacking dust jacket. Autograph edition, signed in green by Kroch. Cover is lightly soiled, aged. An entertaining book on books, bookselling, the reading public, and a great Chicago bookstore. 32 pages. Reprinted from The Practice of Book Selection, 1939, edited by Louis R. Wilson. It has a short history of bookselling with autobiographical comments by Kroch.
 
$99.00
Ogden Codman and the Decoration of Houses edited by Pauline C. Metcalf. Boston: Boston Athenaeum, Natl. Endowment for the Arts,1988. 26 color plates, black and white photographs, plans and elevations. Review of Codman's career as architect and interior decorator. His interpretation of the classical style was influential during America's "Gilded Age" and he was a major force in the Colonial Revival movement. He co-authored The Decoration of Houses with Edith Wharton.
 
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Beyond New England Thresholds, 1st Ed
$69.00
Beyond New England Thresholds: 200 Photographs of Historic Interiors by Samuel Chamberlain. NY: Hasting House Publishers, 1937. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. 95 pp. A portrayal of New England interiors from the pioneer days through the Federal period in photographs. Age wear to dust jacket.
 
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The Birds of Florida
$119.00
The Birds of Florida by Harold Bailey, Ills. by Geo. Sutton. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co., 1925. 1st Ltd Ed hardcover no dust jacket. Illus. with 76 full page 4-color plates, showing over 480 birds. "A Popular and Scientific Account of the 425 Species and Subspecies of Birds that are now, and that have been found within the State and its adjacent waters; with special reference to their relation to agriculture." An early well thought out work with plates reminiscent of Audubon.
 
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The Country House Remembered
$59.00
The Country House Remembered, Recollections of Life Between the Wars by Merlin Waterson. London: Rutledge & Kegan Paul, 1985. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. 256 pp. The book portrays the social life of British country homes through a series of interviews with the owners and their families. The book explains how the landlords of these big house and estates took full responsibility for the welfare of the community and how the house was dependent upon the community for its own survival.
 
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Capability Brown, 1st Ed