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Item number: AC0005.

Author: Lamb, Dana Storrs, 1900-1986, Illustrated by: Line-drawings
On Trout Streams and Salmon Rivers

Publisher: Barre Publishers Barre, Mass. 1963.
[9], 97, [1] p. Printed by Johann Enschedé in Harleem, Netherlands. Ltd. ed of 1500. Colophon on last page with printer's device. Selection of articles first appearing in The Anglers' Club Bulletin and The Atlantic Salmon Journal. With mylar wrapper in slip case with illus. title pasted down. Olive cloth binding with spine title and dry fly on front board in gilt. TEG. Illus. endpapers, illus. or type ornament design at head of chapters. Book VG+, with small speck on edge of top board. Mylar wrapper VG, a few small mars near spine. Slip case G slightly bowed with edge wear, 1" split front lower left. First Edition. Mylar in Slip Case. Cloth Very Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Appr.: | AUD 166.22 | CAD 164.47 | EUR 111.11 | GBP 94.34 | JPY 12500 | MXN 2083 | ZAR 1761 |
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Item number: AC0020.

Author: Miyamori, Asataro, b. 1869, ed. and tr., Illustrated by: Half-tones
An Anthology of Haiku, Ancient and Modern: with 72 Autographs and Pictures, Including 18 Coloured Pictures

Publisher: Maruzen Company Ltd. Tokyo 1932.
[4], xxix, [1], iii, [1], 841, [1], iv, [1] p. Printed by the Tokyo Tsukiji Type Foundry, Ltd. 72 illus. on 63 plates. Col. illus. facing p. 56, [109], 137, 151, 187, 209, 251, 267, 425, 444, 490, 524, 686, 717, 732, 736, 769, 807. Plates facing p. 209 and 512 not in List on p. [i]-iii (2nd count.) In English with Japanese and transliteration. Lavender/brown silk with gilt title and author on spine and front board, blind stamped chrysanthemum on front board, TEG. Errata slip pasted in before last p. (colophon in Japanese.) Foreign prices in colophon with slip pasted over. Both board feet rubbed near front and spine, front board top corner bumped. Spine faded with crease in middle, small stain middle left, discoloration at head. Small spot on pl. facing p. 61. "The present volume is a thoroughly revised and considerably enlarged edition of One Thousand Haiku Ancient and Modern, published in 1930, which was intended for Japanese students of English." : Preface. First Edition. No Jacket. Cloth Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Appr.: | AUD 332.45 | CAD 328.95 | EUR 222.22 | GBP 188.68 | JPY 25000 | MXN 4167 | ZAR 3521 |
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Item number: AC0025.

Author: Irving, Pierre Munroe, 1803-1876, Illustrated by: Stipple and Line Engravings
The Life and Letters of Washington Irving. By his Nephew, Pierre M. Irving

Publisher: G. P Putnam New York 1862.
BAL 10198. 4 vols. Vol.1 (1862): [5], 6-483 p., 16 p. undated publisher's catalog, frontis, plate facing p. 232; Vol. 2 (1862): [5], 6-492 p., frontis; Vol. 3 (1863): [5], 6-9, [2], 14-403 p., frontis.; Vol 4 (1864): [7], 8-450 p., frontis. Index: p. [413]-450. Sunnyside Edition. Green ripple cloth, blind stamped boards, gilt stamped spine with floral decoration surrounding title at top; publisher's device and "Sunnyside Edit." at bottom. Brown coated endpapers. All frontis. stipple engravings, vol. 1 plate facing p. 232 line engraving. Vol. 1 frontis. engraved by Henry Bryan Hall, 1808-1884, after 1805 Paris drawing by John Vanderlyn, 1775-1852, with facsim. 1808 inscription by Irving; plate engr. by John (or Johannes) de Mare, 1806-1889, after picture by John Wesley Jarvis, 1780-1840. Vol. 2 frontis. engr. not signed after picture by Gilbert Stuart Newton, 1794-1835. Vol. 3 frontis. engr. by H.B. Hall after bust by Robert Ball Hughes, 1806-1868. Vol. 4 frontis. engr. by Frederick W. Halpin, 1805-1880, after drawing by Charles Martin, 1820-1906.
  Text block edges darkened. Light foxing verso free endpapers and facing leaf. Frontis. and tissue guards variously foxed and offset, plate and tissue vol. 1 facing p. 232 more heavily. Variable offset and show-through in text. Signatures of former owners, "Harriet Stark" and "Charles Stark Newell" on half-title or fly leaf. All spines, vol. 3 more so, vol. 2 top 1/2 inch and vol. 3 top 1 inch front boards slightly faded, tops bumped. Small specks on boards, small ding on vol. 2 back board, vol. 3 front. Vol. 1 p. 165-168 improperly cut, with lower outer corner folded, resulting in overhang when unfolded. Vol. 4 with 3 inch tear in half-title, starting from lower gutter, 1 inch tear starting from top. First Edition. No Jacket. Cloth Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
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Item number: AC0105.

Author: Williamson, Kenneth., Illustrated by: Wood-engravings.
The Sky’s their Highway.

Publisher: Putnam London 1937.
viii, 396 p. "With 8 woodcuts by C. F. Tunnicliffe." Map on endpapers. "First published October, 1937." This ed. not held by Library of Congress. "Printed and bound in Great Britain by Richard Clay and Sons .." A charming book in which Williamson describes the birds near the village of Shelborne in Lancashire, England. Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe was a noted English artist and illustrator. For more information, see: The Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe Society. Bound in blue cloth with gilt spine. Very slight shelf wear. Some foxing and darkening to edge of text block, very slight foxing to preliminaries. Bookplate, signed L.P., on front binder's blank signed by former owner "Howard B. Spencer", possibly the artist. DJ spine darkened and stained, spine folds weakened, foxing and fading to front and back, price clipped, with chipping and tears. Repaired with Filmoplast® P archival tape. First Edition. DJ Poor. Cloth Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
Appr.: | AUD 106.38 | CAD 105.26 | EUR 71.11 | GBP 60.38 | JPY 8000 | MXN 1333 | ZAR 1127 |
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Item number: AE0030.

Author: Katalogbearbeitung und Gestaltung, Karl Heinz Hering, Ewald Rathke., Illustrated by: Photos, Drawings
Dada : Dokumente einer Bewegung : [Ausstellung], 5. September bis 19. Oktober 1958, Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Kunsthalle.

Publisher: Der Kunstverein Düsseldorf 1958.
[93] p. Printed on glossy, regular, and colored paper. A catalogue of an exhibition by artists of the Dada movement. The black stiff cardboard front and back covers have DADA printed on a red label pasted down. No. 3343 printed on the front blank leaf by a numbering machine. The DJ is glassine with darkening on the spine and carries about 1" to front and back DJ covers, some small tears on spine. The outer margins of some leaves are toned, espicially the blue and green paper. Book covers either scuffed or badly printed before labels affixed. Inscribed on front blank "Bonne DADAnnée - Elsa - Julie et Man Ray" Elsa is possibly Elsa Schiaparelli. The inscription has not been authenticated.

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Inscribed First Edition. DJ Good+. Cardboard Covers Very Good+. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
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