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Gilded Italian Glass Pitcher
VINTAGE
Fig + Stone Designs
Gilded Italian Glass Pitcher
$75.00
Small glass pitcher from Italy with beautiful gilded detailing along the lip. No makers marks, remnants of "Made in Italy" sticker. some wear, gilding wearing off.
 
Over Hong Kong
VINTAGE
N.P.Trent Antiques
Over Hong Kong
$79.00
Over Hong Kong by Lew Roberts. Hong Kong: South China Morning Post Ltd., 1982. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. 128 pages. 98 aerial photos of Hong Kong by Lew Roberts. The photographer/pilot spent two years photographing the Sai Kung Peninsula, rows of shrimp ponds, the splendor to the Government House, ragged squatter villages, the cruise ships at Kowloon, the New Territories, the spectacular high-rises of the great city as well as many of the outlying islands. Minor wear to jacket.
 
The Man Who Wrote Detective Stories
VINTAGE
$39.00
The Man Who Wrote Detective Stories and Three Other Stories by J.I.M. Stewart aka Michael Innes. London: Gollancz, 1949. First edition. Price clipped dust jacket. 200 pages. Tiny dent on head of spine, tiny tear on front free end page and dust jacket.
 
Beaux-Arts Estates of Long Island
VINTAGE
$99.00
Beaux-Arts Estates: A Guide to the Architecture of Long Island by Lisa and Donald Sclare. New York: Viking Press, 1980. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. 274 pp. A tour of the Beaux-Arts architecture on Long Island estates illustrating the elaborate method of design of such notable architects as McKim, Mead & White, Carrère & Hastings, Delano & Aldrich. It includes over 200 photographs, plans, and elevations. Previous owner's library stamp.
 
American Rustic Furniture, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$65.00
American Rustic Furniture by Susan Osborn. NY: Crown Publishers Inc., 1984. Stated first edition hardcover with dust jacket. 149 pages. The American furniture style that became popular in the 19th century, most notably in the Adirondack Mountain hideaways. It illustrates the rustic style with more than 200 photos and drawings of furniture from private collectors and museums. It describes the four rustic styles; Adirondack, Gothic, Bentwood and Gypsy. Minor wear to dust jacket.
 
An Argosy of Fables
VINTAGE
L. Brook Rare Books
An Argosy of Fables
$69.00
An Argosy of Fables: A Representative Selection from the Fable Literature of Every Age and Land, selected and edited by Frederic Taber Cooper. 94 illustrations in color by Paul Bransom. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1921. First edition. Hardcover, 485 pages, blue illustrated cloth, black-and-white illustrated endpapers, 94 color plates. Fables from around the world. Weak front hinge, pages age-toned, light edge wear.
 
New Ways With Dried Flowers, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$79.00
New Ways With Dried Flowers by Ruth Gannon. New York: The Viking Press, 1958. First edition BCE hardcover with dust jacket. 135 pp. A how-to book on dried flower arrangements including how to dry flowers, exotic materials, methods of preserving color, techniques of arranging, and Christmas decorations. It also has a section on making pictures and decorative screens with complete directions.
 
Poems & Ballads of Schiller
VINTAGE
$49.00
The Poems and Ballads of Schiller, translated By: Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton. New York: Crowell and Company, circa 1880. Green cloth decorated binding, gilt title and page edges,. Shelf wear, spots to spine and cover.
 
Haven's End
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Haven's End
$29.00
Haven's End by John P. Marquand. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1950. Includes dust jacket. Dust jacket has tanned edges and rear panel.
 
Modern Architecture and Design, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$99.00
Modern Architecture and Design: An Alternative History by Bill Risebero. Cambridge: MA, 1982. Stated first MIT Press edition hardcover with dust jacket. The book traces, with illustrations, the history of modern architecture, together with relevant developments in design and technology, from the early 19th century to the present day. Risebero presents the evolution of architectural form as a reflection of the growth of bourgeois dominance over the new techniques of industrial production. Wear.
 
Illustrators 18
VINTAGE
DecadesofVintage
Illustrators 18
$85.00
Illustrators 18: The Eighteenth Annual of American Illustration. New York: Hastings House, 1977. 498 full color or black and white plates representing the top illustrations as chosen by the Society of Illustrators. Light overall wear.
 
American Rococo, 1750-1775
VINTAGE
Melissa Levinson Antiques
American Rococo, 1750-1775
$75.00
American Rococo, 1750-1775, Elegance in Ornament. By Hechscher/Bowman. Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York.
 
The Red Balloon
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
The Red Balloon
$49.00
The Red Balloon by A. Lamorisse. Garden City, New York: Doubleday And Company, 1956. Early reprint edition. Owner's bookplate. Small pieces missing at spine ends.
 
Consuelo: Portrait of American Heiress
VINTAGE
$79.00
Consuelo: Portrait of an American Heiress by James Brough. Stated first edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. The dramatic, richly detailed biography of Consuelo Vanderbilt, the American heiress who became a duchess at the expense of love and whose fabled palaces were truly gilded cages. Heiress to the largest personal fortune America had ever known, She was sheltered in resplendent mansions on Fifth Avenue and Newport. Light wear to dust jacket.
 
King of Fools, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
N.P.Trent Antiques
King of Fools, 1st Ed
$59.00
King of Fools by John Parker. NY: St. Martin's Press, 1988. Stated U.S. first edition hardcover with dust jacket. 312 pp. The story of the dark side of the romantic legend of Edward and Wallis it reveals the Duke's illegitimate son and Wallis Simpson's checkered past with connections to Fascist and Nazi agents. The Duke also had longstanding connections with the Nazis and had ties to organized crime in the Bahamas where he was implicated in the murder of millionaire Sir Harry Oakes.
 
History of England, S/5
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
History of England, S/5
$75.00
A Child's History of England by Charles Dickens and The History of England: Four Volume Set by Harriet Martineau. Various publishers, no date, circa 1880. Previous owner's name in light pencil in each volume. Corners rubbed, glue remnant on endpaper.
 
When You Take the Wheel
VINTAGE
Fig + Stone Designs
When You Take the Wheel
$19.00
When You Take the Wheel by Marlene K. Strasser. Illinois: Laidlaw Brothers Publishers, 1963. Some wear.
 
Décoration de France, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$99.00
Décoration de France à la Campagne by Plaisir De France. Paris: Le Rayonnement Français, circa 1950. First edition. 221 pages. Hardcover no dust jacket. Many illustrations in color and black and white. With 39 examples of renovation and interior design in the rural properties of Campagne. Text is by Roger Baschet. Photography by Pierre Jahan, Franck Beyda, and Michel Serraillier. An Intimate look in the country homes of France in that region. Minor age wear and soiling.
 
Majesty, Signed First Edition
VINTAGE
$99.00
Majesty: Elizabeth II and the House of Windsor by Robert Lacey. New York and London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977. Signed and stated first edition hardcover with dust jacket. 347 pp. Biography of Queen Elizabeth and the House of Windsor that describes the grandest surviving monarchy in the world, its queen, and the personalities who populate its enormous wealth and privileges.
 
Mount Vernon
VINTAGE
DecadesofVintage
Mount Vernon
$49.00
Mount Vernon: Its Children, Its Romances, Its Allied Families and Mansions by Minnie Kendall Lowther. First edition. A history of all facets of Mount Vernon with many photographs throughout. Gilt banding to cover and spine with illustrated paste-down on the cover. Chicago: John Winston and Company 1930. 281 pages. Inked name on cover page. Minor wear to cover, foxing.
 
Journeys to the Far North, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$89.00
Journeys to the Far North by Olaus J. Murie. Palo Alto: American West Publishing Co., 1973. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. Adventures of the biologist, explorer, naturalist, artist and writer Olaus Murie. He took his first trip as a biologist to the Hudson Bay in 1914, observing the land, wild life and native people. Later expeditions took him to Labrador and Alaska. Throughout his travels he produced a collection of photographs, a journal and sketchbook. Minor wear to dust jacket.
 
Guy de Maupassant Stories, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$79.00
Guy De Maupassant Stories. Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1977. First edition thus, leather hardcover, no dust jacket issued. 356 pp. Maupassant was a French writer, remembered as a master of the short story form, and as a representative of the naturalist school of writers, who depicted human lives and destinies and social forces in disillusioned and often pessimistic terms. A protégé of Flaubert, his stories are characterized by economy of style and efficient, effortless outcomes.
 
I Skate!
VINTAGE
N.P.Trent Antiques
I Skate!
$59.00
I Skate! by Margaret Faulkner. Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1979. Stated first edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. An 11 year-old-girl lives in Boston. Her passion is figure skating. It tells her story of the year she competed in the Northeastern championships and went on to other competitions. Showcasing her daily life as a skater and the involvement of her family. An insightful look at figure skating and competition. Dust jacket has losses.
 
Mayfair: The Years of Grandeur, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$35.00
The Years of Grandeur: The Story of Mayfair by Mary Cathcart Borer. London: W. H. Allen, 1975. First edition, includes dust jacket. Cover corners bumped, dust jacket spine lightly faded.
 
Arithmetic We Use
VINTAGE
Fig + Stone Designs
Arithmetic We Use
$25.00
Arithmetic We Use by Leo J. Brueckner and Foster E. Grossnickle. Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, 1948. Some wear.
 
English Furniture Decoration, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$99.00
English Furniture, Decoration, Woodwork, & Allied Arts From the last half of the 17th Century to the Early Part of the 19th Century by Thomas Strange. NY: Bonanza Books, 1950. 1st Ed thus reprint of his famous late 19th-century book with dust jacket. 368 pp.The chronological development of domestic architecture and furniture design. Black-and-white line drawings showing variations on furniture and furnishing styles with 3500 illustrations. Light wear to dust jacket, spine sunned, owner's name.
 
Henry Miller Trilogy
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Henry Miller Trilogy
$75.00
Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, Black Spring by Henry Miller. New York: Grove Press, 1961 and 1963. Hardcovers with dust jackets in slipcase. Seventh printing, Third printing and Fourth printing respectively.
 
Our Children
VINTAGE
Artifax Antiques
Our Children
$89.00
Our Children: Scenes from the Country and the Town by Anatole France. Illustrated by Boutet De Monvel, printed in France. New York: Duffield & Co., 1923. Many color and black-and-white illustrations, green illustrated paper binding, green cloth spine. Shelf wear, foxing to cover, age toning.
 
Enterprise to Endeavour
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Enterprise to Endeavour
$39.00
Enterprise to Endeavour: The J-Class Yachts by Ian Dear. Foreword by Olin J. Stephens II. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1977. First edition, includes dust jacket. Foxing spots on fore-edge and edge of end page.
 
English Furniture of the 18th-C., 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$79.00
English Furniture of the Eighteenth Century by David Nickerson. NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1963. First edition with illustrated cover, no dust jacket was issued. 128 pp. Describes not only what was made during the 18th century, but how, why, for whom and by whom it was made. Includes designers: William Kent, Robert Adam, Thomas Chippendale and Thomas Sheraton. With numerous illustrations in color and black and white. Prior owner's name, light soiling on cover.
 
Estée
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Estée
$45.00
Estée: A Success Story by Estée Lauder. New York: Random House, 1985. Second printing. 223 pages. Includes dust jacket.
 
Mansions of Virginia: 1706-1776
VINTAGE
$95.00
The Mansions of Virginia, 1706-1776 by Thomas Waterman. Chapel Hill: U of N. Carolina, 1946. Second printing hardcover, no dust jacket. 456 pages. Study of Virginias Tidewater and Piedmont mansion architecture in the 18th-century illustrated with photos, drawings, and floor plans showing interiors and exteriors of more than forty Georgian, Middle Georgian, and Late Georgian Colonial Architecture. Waterman served as Architectural Director of the Historic American Buildings Survey.
 
Worcester Porcelain, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$59.00
Worcester Porcelain by Stanley Fisher. London: Ward Lock & Co., 1968. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. 96 pages with color and black-and-white photographs. A concise survey from the mid-18th century to the mid-1960s; including bibliographical references. The most definitive book, especially the first period of Worcester. Very light wear.
 
Treasures of Prehistoric Art
VINTAGE
Fig + Stone Designs
Treasures of Prehistoric Art
$55.00
Treasures of Prehistoric Art by Andre Leroi-Gourhan. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, circa 1950. Some wear.
 
East is East
VINTAGE
Fig + Stone Designs
East is East
$15.00
East is East by George Mikes. London: Andre Deutsch Publishers, 1958. Includes dust jacket. Some wear.
 
Pocket Watches
VINTAGE
N.P.Trent Antiques
Pocket Watches
$99.00
Pocket Watches: From the Pendant Watch to the Tourbillon by Reinhard Meis. West Chester: Schiffer Pub., 1987. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. Historically and visually, this is the most exciting book on pocket watches that was every published. 915 photos show the development, and the text explains the mechanisms and manufacturers with detailed discussions of watch movements, escapements, striking movements, dials, and cases. Shows watches dating from about 1150 to the present.
 
The Dawn of Civilization
VINTAGE
Fig + Stone Designs
The Dawn of Civilization
$55.00
The Dawn of Civilization by Stuart Piggott. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1967. Some wear.
 
Chinese Fantastics
VINTAGE
Artifax Antiques
Chinese Fantastics
$49.00
Chinese Fantastics by Thomas Steep. New York: Century, 1925. Strange stories and curiosities from a traveler to China. Black cloth illustrated binding. Wear to spine and cover.
 
The Innocent Voyage, Limited Edition
VINTAGE
$75.00
The Innocent Voyage by Richard Hughes. Illustrated with lithographs in color by Lynd Ward, and with an introduction by Louis Untermeyer. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1944. Limited edition of 1500 copies, this being No. 818. Signed by the illustrator on the colophon. Hardcover, 221 pages, full brown leather with gilt ruling, lettering, and illustration, full- and half-page color illustrations throughout. Edges and spine ends rubbed.
 
Sight Without Glasses
VINTAGE
Fig + Stone Designs
Sight Without Glasses
$25.00
Sight Without Glasses by Dr. Harold M. Peppard. Garden City, NY: Blue Ribbon Books, 1940. Some wear.
 
Notes, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
N.P.Trent Antiques
Notes, 1st Ed
$49.00
Notes: On the Making of Apocalypse Now by Eleanor Coppola. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1979. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. 288 pages. Wear to dust jacket.
 
Graphic Art
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Graphic Art
$49.00
Henri Matisse: Fifty Years of His Graphic Art by William S. Lieberman. New York: George Brazier, Inc, 1956. First edition, includes dust jacket. Previous owner's name and date. 150 pages. Dust jacket has chips and tears.
 
Guide to Antique English Furniture
VINTAGE
$59.00
The Connoisseur New Guide to Antique English Furniture by L. Ramsey, editor. New York: Dutton & Co., 1961. First edition hardcover with dust jacket; 192 pages. Color frontis; includes 64 black-and-white photos. English furniture: Tudor, Stuart, Georgian, Regency, and Early Victorian periods. Dust jacket wear; owner's name.
 
Rhymes of a Red Cross Man
VINTAGE
$95.00
Rhymes of a Red Cross Man by Robert W. Service. Illustrated by Charles L. Wren. New York: Barse & Hopkins Publishers, 1916. Endpapers and edges foxed, dust jacket spine faded.
 
Good Times For All Times
VINTAGE
$45.00
Good Times For All Times: A Cyclopedia of Entertainment with Programs, Outlines, References and Practical Suggestions for Home, Church, School and Community by Nina B. Lamkin. New York: Samuel French Ltd, 1929. First Edition, includes dust jacket.
 
Welliver
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Welliver
$95.00
Welliver by Frank H. Goodyear. Introduction by John Ashberry. New York: Rizzoli, 1985. First edition, includes dust jacket. Hardcover; 165 pages. Light wear to dust jacket; light foxing spots.
 
King Charles III, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
N.P.Trent Antiques
King Charles III, 1st Ed
$69.00
King Charles III by Anthony Holden. New York: Weidenfled & Nicolson, 1988. First American edition hardcover with dust jacket. 242 pp. The biography of Charles, Prince of Wales. Dust jacket shows signs of wear; previous owner's signature.
 
Peyton Place, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
N.P.Trent Antiques
Peyton Place, 1st Ed
$115.00
Peyton Place by Grace Metalious. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1956. First edition, later printing. Hardcover. The fictional town of Peyton Place is a composite of several real New Hampshire towns. The novel follows the lives of three women and describes how they come to terms with their identity as women. Lacking dust jacket, soiling, spotting.
 
Roads and Vagabonds, Signed
VINTAGE
L. Brook Rare Books
Roads and Vagabonds, Signed
$99.00
Roads and Vagabonds by Kenneth Hare with illustrations by Cecil Aldin. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited, n.d. (c. 1930). Hardcover, 189 pages, original red cloth with gilt, vellum spine with gilt lettering, text and full-page illustrations throughout. One of only 50 signed by the author and the artist. The romance of highway robbery in the coaching era. Owner's bookplate on endpaper. Age-toning to spine, light soiling to covers, tips abraded.
 
Renaissance Architecture of England
VINTAGE
$65.00
Renaissance Architecture of England: Its Social and Historical Development by A. Thornton Bishop. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1938. First edition. Top edge lightly soiled.
 
Fast Speaking Woman, 1st Edition
VINTAGE
$59.00
Fast Speaking Woman and Other Chants by Anne Waldman. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1975. First edition softcover. 76 pages. Toning.
 
Authentic Decor
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Authentic Decor
$75.00
Authentic Decor: The Domestic Interior 1620-1920 by Peter Thornton. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1984. Hardcover; 408 pages. First Edition, includes dust jacket. Lightly worn dust jacket.
 
Classic Works of Anthony Trollope, S/4
VINTAGE
$99.00
A four-volume collection of decorative cloth-bound classics by English novelist Anthony Trollope. London: Zodiac Press, 1949 to 1951. Small amount of cover and spine wear.
 
1960s French Furniture Auction
VINTAGE
$49.00
French XVIII Century Furniture Objets De Vertu, Russian Icons & Enamels, Paintings, Rugs; Belonging to Mrs Inga L. De Irigoyen and to the Estates of the Late Mrs Marie R. Scott Ruth Metcalf Roebling and from Other Owners. Auction catalogue Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, 1960. Cream card stock binding with burgundy decorative cover. Edge wear.
 
Wuthering Heights
VINTAGE
Artifax Antiques
Wuthering Heights
$89.00
Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë. New York: Random House Publishers, 1943. Illustrated with wood engravings by Fritz Eichenberg. Green cloth spine, illustrated covers. Age wear.
 
Starring Fred Astaire
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Starring Fred Astaire
$45.00
Starring Fred Astaire by Stanley Green and Burt Goldblatt. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1973. First edition, includes dust jacket. Dust jacket has small tears.
 
Mexican Architecture, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$79.00
Mexican Architecture: The Work of Abraham Zabludovsky and Teodoro Gonzalez De Leon by Paul Heyer. NY: Walker and Company, 1978. These architects have worked alone, in partnership with each other and in collaboration with other architects to create an architecture that is widely respected for its concern and authority. Zabludovsky produced a large number of contemporary residential buildings and offices in Mexico City. 141 pages. Broadart cover. Light wear dust jacket.
 
Duveen
VINTAGE
N.P.Trent Antiques
Duveen
$79.00
Duveen by S. N. Behrman. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1972. Second edition hardcover, no dust jacket. Known as Sir Joseph Duveen, he was a British art dealer and considered one of the most influential art dealers of all time. His success is famously attributed to noticing that "Europe has a great deal of art, and America has a great deal of money." He made his fortune by buying works of art from declining European aristocrats and selling them to the millionaires of the US. Foxing inside cover.
 
Love in Old Cloathes, 1898
VINTAGE
$75.00
An antique novel of Love in Old Cloathes (notice the Old English spelling) by H. C. Bunner with illustrations by Smedley, Lowell, and Castaigne. Hand-cut pages, gilt page tops, and gold embossed lettering and embellishments on cover and spine. 215 pages. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1898. Light cover wear.
 
Fighting Bulls
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Fighting Bulls
$59.00
Fighting Bulls: An Account of the Bullfight by Angus MacNab. Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1959. Hardcover, 40 photographs in black and white. First American edition of a 1957 English version entitled The Bulls of Iberia. 266 pages. Lacking dust jacket.
 
Mary Blair's Little Verses
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Mary Blair's Little Verses
$99.00
The Golden Book of Little Verses, by Miriam Clark Potter. Golden Press, 1968. Hardcover, illustrations in color on each page by noted Disney artist Mary Blair. First edition/fourth printing, 28 pages. Small marks to covers, peeling to bottom of spine.
 
The Rover Boys at College
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
The Rover Boys at College
$45.00
The Rover Boys at College by Arthur M. Winfield. Grosset & Dunlap, 1910. Hardcover, one illustrations at title spread. First edition, 292 pages. Small nicks, marks to boards.
 
The Naked Ape, 1967
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
The Naked Ape, 1967
$95.00
The Naked Ape by Desmond Morris. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1967. Hardcover with dust jacket. Text only, first book club edition. 255 pages. Edge wear on dust jacket.
 
Canadian Stories: S/3
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Canadian Stories: S/3
$85.00
Tales of Canada, set of three. The Blue Teapot and Relief's Rocker, both by Alice Dalgliesh, set near the Bay of Fundy. The MacMillan Company, 1950 and 1952, later editions. Illustrated with one color plate and numerous pictures in black-and-white by Hildegard Woodward. Sea-Bird Island, written and illustrated Vera Andrus, set in the island of Bonaventure, near the Gaspe Peninsula. Harcourt, Brace, 1939 first edition. 142 page, signed by the author. Latter split at spine, no dust jackets.
 
The Cream of the Jest, 1927
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
The Cream of the Jest, 1927
$95.00
"The Cream of the Jest" by James Branch Cabelll. New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1927. Hardcover, 12 illustrations by Frank C. Pape. First edition thus of a 1917 title. 243 pages. Left page of title spread unbound, occasional foxing/crimping to page edges.
 
Benjie's Hat
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Benjie's Hat
$25.00
Benjie's Hat by Mabel Leigh Hunt. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1965. Reprint of a 1938 title. Hardcover, 23 illustrations by Grace Paull. 119 pages. Former library possession with stamps, card pocket.
 
ABC Book of People, 1932
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
ABC Book of People, 1932
$69.00
ABC Book of People, by Walter Cole. The Junior Literary Guild/Minton, Balch & Company, 1932. Hardcover, striking color illustrations on each spread by the author. First edition, 52 pages. Missing dust jacket, small marks to covers. Name inked to first page. Small rip in bottom margin of last page, age wear to spine.
 
Berggasse 19: Freud's Home & Offices
VINTAGE
$75.00
Sigmund Freud's Home and Offices, Vienna 1938: The Photographs of Edmund Engelman. Introduction by Peter Gay. Basic Books, 1976. Hardcover, 54 plates in black and white. First edition, 153 pages.
 
Look No Further Cookbook, 1955
VINTAGE
$65.00
Look No Further by Richard T. Hougen. Abingdon Press, 1955. Hardcover, nine illustrations in black and white by Robert D. Bigelow. Third edition, 244 pages. Signed by the author on first blank page. No dust jacket, occasional foxing and marks.
 
Echo Answers, 1927
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Echo Answers, 1927
$29.00
Echo Answers, by Elswyth Thane. Grosset & Dunlap, 1927. Hardcover, unillustrated. First edition, third printing, 328 pages. Worn dust jacket, occasional notes and underlines in pencil, inked inscription.
 
Ola, 1932 1st Ed.
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Ola, 1932 1st Ed.
$89.00
Ola, by Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire. Doubleday, Doran & Company/Junior Literary Guild, 1932. Hardcover, illustrated on each page in color or black and white by the authors. First edition, 54 pages. Missing dust jacket, light marks and wear to covers.
 
Marine Game Fishes of the World
VINTAGE
$55.00
Marine Game Fishes of the World: Description, Distribution, Seasons, Tackle, by Francesca la Monte. Doubleday & Company, 1952. Hardcover with dust jacket, 138 illustrations by Janet Roemhild; 80 in full color, 58 in black and white. First edition, 190 pages. Light wear to corners and flaps of dust jacket, erasure and crimp to first blank page.
 
American Nights Entertainment, 1923
VINTAGE
$99.00
American Nights Entertainment, by Grant Overton. New York: Appleton, Doran, Doubleday, Scribner's. Hardcover. Stated First Printing, September 1923. Ten portraits of authors. 414 pages including index. Label from Pittsburgh bookshop affixed to front cover.
 
The Yoke and the Arrows
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
The Yoke and the Arrows
$99.00
The Yoke and the Arrows: A Report on Spain by Herbert L. Matthews. New York: George Braziller, 1957. Hardcover, second printing. 203 pages. Jacket design by Antonio Frasconi, described by Time Magazine as "America's foremost practitioner of the ancient art of the woodcut." Worn dust jacket.
 
Philomena, Signed 1st Ed
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Philomena, Signed 1st Ed
$75.00
Philomena by Kate Seredy. The Viking Press, 1955. Hardcover, illustrations on nearly every page, in black and white. First edition. 95 pages. Signed by the author "To Elizabeth Keeney with best wishes, Kate Seredy." The tale of a little girl who travels alone to Prague to earn a living as a servant. Wear to dust jacket, mustiness.
 
Amy Vanderbilt's New Book of Etiquette
VINTAGE
$45.00
Amy Vanderbilt's New Complete Book of Etiquette: The Guide to Gracious Living by Amy Vanderbilt. Doubleday & Company, 1963. Hardcover, numerous illustrations in black and white by Andy Warhol, Mary Suzuki, and Fred McCarroll. First edition thus, 733 pages. Lacking dust jacket. Small amount of webbing visible at inside front hinge.
 
We Discover the Old Dominion, 1916
VINTAGE
$49.00
We Discover the Old Dominion by Louise Closser Hale. Dodd, Mead & Company, 1916. Hardcover, 29 illustrations in black-and-white by Walter Hale. First edition, 374 pages. Lacking dust jacket, minor wear to cover and edges.
 
An Account of King's College Chapel
VINTAGE
$25.00
An Account of King's College-Chapel in Cambridge by Henry Malden. The Scolar Press, 1973. Softcover with decorative dust jacket. First edition thus. Reprint of a 1769 title. 96 pages. Dog ears, creasing to dust jacket.
 
Luigi and the Long-Nosed Soldier
VINTAGE
$75.00
Luigi and the Long-Nosed Soldier by Louis Slobodkin. MacMillan Company, 1963. Hardcover, 18 illustrations in color, 18 in black and white. First printing, 36 pages. Lacking dust jacket. Former library possession with card pocket, tape marks, stamps.
 
British Military Uniforms, 1948 1st Ed.
VINTAGE
$95.00
British Military Uniforms, by James Laver. Penguin Books, London, 1948. Hardcover, 24 pages of color plates. First edition, 62 pages. Bookplate of original owner. Light foxing to some pages, occasional notes in pencil.
 
White Mane, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
White Mane, 1st Ed
$59.00
White Mane by Albert Lamorisse and Denys Colomb de Daunant. E. P. Dutton, 1954. Hardcover, black and white film stills on each page from the movie of the same name. Stated first edition, 48 pages. Wear to dust jacket, inked gift inscription.
 
Ann Can Fly
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Ann Can Fly
$99.00
Ann Can Fly by Fred Phleger. Random House/Beginner Books, 1959. Hardcover, color illustrations on each of the 32 spreads by Robert Lopshire. First edition, 64 pages. Spine cover fragile, crayon mark to back endpapers.
 
The Hunter and the Whale
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
The Hunter and the Whale
$99.00
The Hunter and the Whale: A Tale of Africa, by Laurens van der Post. William Morrow & Company, 1967. Hardcover, first edition. 350 pages. Wear to dust jacket, price sticker on inside flap.
 
Broadway Musicals, 1979
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Broadway Musicals, 1979
$99.00
Broadway Musicals by Martin Gottfried. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1979. Hardcover with dust jacket. Photos and illustrations on each page in black and white or color. 353 pages. Edge wear to dust jacket, inked gift inscription.
 
Days Off, 1907
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Days Off, 1907
$65.00
Days Off, by Henry Van Dyke. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907. Hardcover, eight full page illustrations in black and white. First edition, 322 pages. Edge wear to covers, erasures to first blank page.
 
How to Be Inimitable
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
How to Be Inimitable
$69.00
How to Be Inimitable by George Mikes. Andre Deutsch, 1961. Hardcover, numerous black-and-white illustrations by Nicolas Bentley. First edition, second printing. 91 pages. Lacking dust jacket, foxing to front and back endpapers, price-clipped flap.
 
Hepatica Hawks, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Hepatica Hawks, 1st Ed
$95.00
Hepatica Hawks by Rachel Field. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1932. Hardcover, five illustrations in black and white by Allen Lewis. First edition. 239 pages. Sticker from The Martinsen Library of Santa Barbara to inside back cover. Lacking dust jacket. Small marks to boards, inked gift inscription, bookplate.
 
Little Aliens, 1910
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Little Aliens, 1910
$55.00
Little Aliens, by Myra Kelly. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1910. Hardcover, eight full page illustrations in black and white. First edition, 291 pages. Small marks to covers, inked inscription. Missing dust jacket.
 
Holidays Around the World
VINTAGE
Brandywine Bookshop
Holidays Around the World
$55.00
Holidays Around the World, by Joseph Gaer. Little, Brown and Company, 1953. Hardcover, numerous drawings in black-and-white and red-and-black by Anne Marie Jauss. Undated 21st printing. 212 pages. Minor wear to dust jacket. Former library possession with stamps and card pocket.
 
The Chestry Oak, First Edition
VINTAGE
$65.00
The Chestry Oak, by Kate Seredy. The Viking Press, 1948. Hardcover, 16 full page illustrations in black and white by the author. All illustrations are together at the beginning of the book, before the text. First edition, 236 pages. Inked inscription, missing dust jacket.
 
Our Friend The Atom
VINTAGE
Stone Soup Books
Our Friend The Atom
$45.00
The Walt Disney Story of Our Friend the Atom by Heinz Haber. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1956. First edition. 165 pages. Corners rubbed.
 
Sartor Resartus, Signed Limited
VINTAGE
$55.00
Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdröckh by Thomas Carlyle, with the Preface of Ralph Waldo Emerson and an Introduction by Bliss Perry. Printed for The Limited Editions Club at the Curwen Press, London, 1931. Limited edition of 1500 copies signed by the printer Oliver Simon, this being No. 913. Hardcover, 377 pages, blue cloth with gilt lettering and decoration, decorative endpapers, top edges gilt. Spine has faded, some wear at the tail.
 
Henry Rogers Collection of Ship Models
VINTAGE
$49.00
Catalogue of the Henry Huddleston Rogers Collection of Ship Models United States Naval Academy Museum. Published by United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD. Wisconsin: George Banta Co., 1958. Second printing. Hardcover, no dust jacket issued. 115 pages. This book has been designed to examine the Henry Rogers Collection as a pictorial record of the model maker's art in its most sophisticated and authentic form. Wear to cover.
 
The Face of Monarchy, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$59.00
The Face of Monarchy: British Royalty Portrayed by Richard Ormond. NY: E.P. Dutton, 1977. First edition hardcover with dust jacket. 207 pp. A pictorial essay of the history of royal portraiture including painting, sculpture, and photography. It extends from Holbein's portrait of Henry VIII to Annigoni's celebrated portrait of Elizabeth II. The development of the state portrait, and the role of the court painter. Minor wear to dust jacket, owner's signature.
 
Colonial Williamsburg, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$79.00
Colonial Williamsburg by Philip Kopper. NY: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1986. First edition. Hardcover with jacket. 320 pp. An illustrated view of the restored 18th-century colonial town of Williamsburg, Virginia. In 1902, with the vision of Reverend W.A.R. Goodman and John D. Rockefeller Jr., the restoration of the capital city began as precursor to the preservation movement. The book shows the town's restored gardens, townscapes, period furniture, architecture and some the holdings of its museums.
 
Carpets from China, Xinjiang & Tibet
VINTAGE
$79.00
Carpets from China, Xinjiang and Tibet. Boston: Shambhala Publications, Inc., 1988. Stated first English edition hardcover with dust jacket. The beautiful book discusses the spread of the Chinese carpet throughout Xinjiang (East Turkenstan), Tibet and Nepal. It examines the processes of weaving, knotting, and dyeing as well as carpet design and symbolism. Two sections are devoted to the rugs of Xinjiang and Tibet, providing glimpses into the culture of the nomadic peoples of these regions.
 
A Yankee in King Arthur's Court
VINTAGE
$75.00
A Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain. New York: Charles L. Webster & Company, 1890. First edition, second issue. 575 pages. Damp stain on edge of pages, corners rubbed.
 
Uncommon Clay by B. Wilkinson, 1st Ed
VINTAGE
$79.00
Uncommon Clay: The Life and Works of Augustus Saint Gardens by Burke Wilkinson. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, San Diego, CA, 1985. Stated 1st Ed hardcover with dust jacket. An important biography of this artist, he was born in France but became a leader in the American arts at the turn of the century.
 
Crainquebille, Limited Edition
VINTAGE
$55.00
Crainquebille [L'Affaire Crainquebille] by Anatole France: Newly Translated, with an Introduction, by Jacques LeClercq and Illustrated by Bernard Lamotte. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1949. Limited to 1500 copies signed by the illustrator, this being No. 818. Hardcover, 69 pages, tapestried burlap with burgundy leaf title, illustrated in full-page and text from paintings by Bernard Lamotte. Light wear.
 
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