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    • MACMILLAN, 1940
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, 64 pages illustrated in b&w by Anderson. Cover illustration of young colt on pastedown. Previous owner's stamp on endpapers, small red stain on page 35, otherwise clean, very good. No dust jacket. Record # 412198 Lisez plus
    • JOHN S. TAYLOR, 1837
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, leather bound with gilt design on front and rear covers, spine also with gilt design with the title Cabinet of Freedom (the series under which the publisher issued this narrative). 517 pages with an extra illustrated title page dated 1836, the regular title page dated 1837. All edges gilt. First published by John Shugert in Lewistown PA a year earlier. Written with the help of Isaac Fisher, a white Philadelphia lawyer, who declares in his preface that he has edited the oral narrative Ball had dictated to him to omit any beliefs or feelings Ball may have expressed about slavery. T... Lisez plus
    • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, ND
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, black cloth with color pastedown on front cover, gilt lettering on spine, 198 pages. Illustrated title page and 8 color plates plus endpapers illustration by Maxfield Parrish. Despite the 1904 date on title page, this is a reprint with a 1922 date on the copyright page, and a list of many Scribner illustrated classics (published later than 1904) on the last printed page. Gilt lettering on spine mostly gone or faded, but the rest of the book is clean and bright. There is a small scar to front label on scroll at top right. Record # 412196 Lisez plus
    • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 1927
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover with dust jacket. Black cloth over boards, with gilt lettering on spine; black lettering and a full-color illustration on paper label on the front cover. No date listed on title page; copyright page dated 1927. 397 pages. First edition thus, with Wyeth's illustrations: a color-illustrated title-page, nine color plates, and color-illustrated endpapers. Tan dust jacket with black lettering on the spine and front cover, rear panel chipped. Color illustration pastedown on the front panel has minor spotting. Record # 412195 Lisez plus
    • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 1939
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, red cloth covers stamped in black, 96 pages illustrated in line by Brown. Endpapers have child's pencil marks, top of spine is worn, frayed. Corners worn. ONE PAGE (12th from beginning) has a child's crayon marking covering 3 lines of text, not affecting art. Every page has text and drawings on a cream block background. Record # 412194 Lisez plus
    • DODD MEAD, 1938
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, 493 pages, b&w plates. Makes mention of many gunmen, such as John Wesley Hardin, Bat Masterson, King Fisher, the killing of Hickok, Soapy Smith, and the Clantons. Also includes a useful bibliography on gambling. Previous owner's signatures on front fly leaf and inside front cover, rear fly leaf with number stamp otherwise clean. Dust Jacket with light edgewear, soiling, unclipped. Record # 412193 Lisez plus
    • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 1884
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, maroon cloth stamped in red and gilt, 320 pages. Frontispiece, b&w plates and illustrations. Folding map. Spine sunned, light wear to extremities, previous owner's name, inscription on inside front cover, otherwise clean. Record # 412192 Lisez plus
    • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 1914
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, green cloth covers with color pastedown on front, gilt lettering, 126 pages. 16 color plates plus several line drawings by Arthur Rackham. Clean, bright copy with a trace of wear to top of cloth spine. Record # 412191 Lisez plus
    • JULIAN MESSNER, 1943
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Illustrated green boards, 16 pages, Illustrated by Sally Tate. Printed in brown and red on green paper. Green paper over boards printed in brown and red and with fuzz on the bear, both upper and lower boards. Decorated endpapers, also with fuzz on the bears. The illustrations feature the bear on every other page, each depiction of him with brown fuzz. Light soiling to covers and the paper is starting to peel at top of spine, top corner worn. Record # 412189 Lisez plus
    • LOTHROP LEE & SHEPARD, 1942
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, illustrated boards with green cloth spine. 36 pages illustrated in 2-colors by Clement Hurd. The story of a tugboat and the job it does in a busy harbor. Boards with some edge wear, soil. Record # 412188 Lisez plus
    • HOUGHTON MIFFLIN, 1943
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Softcover, 24 pages featuring color illustrations by Rey with flaps that fold-out revealing baby animals with text on the opposite site. This is the original 1943 edition with the green cloth spine, heavy uncoated paper,copyright on front cover. Light soil, shelf wear otherwise sound copy Record # 412187 Lisez plus
    • JOHN MARTIN'S HOUSE, 1946
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Spiral bound colorful board covers, 32 pages, nice clean copy of this vintage children's book with bright drawings in color throughout. Light soiling to covers, previous owner's name on inside front cover. Classic story of four outcasts, Donkey, Dog, Cat & Rooster, decide to band together & travel to the city. Record # 412186 Lisez plus
    • JEROME BEATTY JR., 1965
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: 16 page brochure printed on newsprint, stapled. Each page with a short description and a b&w drawing by Wilson. A promotional piece done by the publisher (William R. Scott) or possibly the author using the characters from Beatty's Matthew Looney series. Fragile, paper browning, scarce. Record # 412185 Lisez plus
    • J.B. LIPPINCOTT, 1937
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, 300 pages, with a dust jacket that has light fading to spine and top edge of front panel. Unclipped. The final Colin Gray novel, set in the Indian Himalayas. Contains elements of mysticism and fantasy. Clean, tight copy. Record # 412184 Lisez plus
    • LEE AND SHEPARD, 1875
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, terra-cotta cloth decorated in gilt and black, 386 pages. 4 b&w engraved illustrations. Humorous tales of western rural life. Clean, tight copy. Record # 412183 Lisez plus
    • HARPER AND BROTHERS, 1890
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, blue cloth with gilt lettering and design, 295 pages, frontispiece portrait of author. The Indian War of 1876 in the Big Horn and Yellowstone campaigns. Previous owner's inscription on front fly leaf. Light fraying to bottom of spine otherwise very good, clean. Record # 412182 Lisez plus
    • HARPER AND BROTHERS, 1869
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, faded blue pebbled cloth, 456 pages, gilt title on spine. The work of an American Protestant missionary, with much material on missionaries in China. Many b&w engravings, fold-out map. Record # 412181 Lisez plus
    • CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 1906
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, Illustrated with nine full page color plates and the color title page by Frederick Richardson. 219 pages. Pictorial endpapers. Original pictorial black cloth with color pictorial pastedown to front cover and spine stamped in gilt. In a tan chipped dust jacket with a color paste-down. No top edge gilt so probably second issue. Book is clean and tight with some mild foxing to pages opposite color plates. Record # 412179 Lisez plus
    • GROSSET & DUNLAP, 1935
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Hardcover, decorated cloth, 319 pages, illustrated in b&w line by Peter Hurd. In a chipped dust jacket with a waterstain to the rear panel, soiling to spine. The flap indicates this is a reprint of the Putnam's edition and still has their name on the title page. Light stain to edge of last 8 pages otherwise clean. Record # 412178 Lisez plus
    • MACMILLAN AND CO., 1897
    • Librairie: Monroe Street Books (Stati Uniti)
    • Description: Two volume set. 12 mo. 351 + 471 pages. Original heavy navy with gilt lettering, and gilt embossed design on front over. "This Edition is intended for circulation only in India and British Colonies." This is a smaller edition than the original, and contains no photos but there is a folding map in Vol. 2. Light wrinkle to cloth spine of Vol. 1, endpapers in both books have foxing but doesn't affect internal pages. A clean, very good set. Record # 412177 Lisez plus
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