Washington DC: Printed for the author by Jacob Gideon Junior, First edition, 1820. Full leather with black spine label, 297 pp., Good copy, owner's elaborate signature on the first blank, age-toning and soiling to the pages, a bit of straining to the inner hinges, wear to the covers including some...
London: Printed by William Norton for E.and R. Pawlet, 1709 printing. Small 8vo, original leather, fair copy with splitting to spine leather, general rubbing, lacking flyleaf, has engraved pictorial title plus printed title, 'The Whole Duty...' is complete at 372 pp., but the 'Private Devotions' should be paginated to 503...
Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, and Co., Inscribed on the front flyleaf by Allibone in the year of publication. First edition, 1852. Cloth hardcover with gilt title on the spine, 139 pp. + ads., clean unmarked text, Very Good copy, a bit of soiling and age-toning to the pages and page-edges, rubbing...
St. Bonaventure: The Franciscan Institute, First edition, 1976. Hardcover, 203 pp., clean unmarked text, Near Fine copy. Relevant items laid in including an item signed by Fr. Almagno, one of the editors of this volume.
Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press, Presumed first edition, 1978. Vol. 1 only. 4to, cloth hardcover, x + 179 pp. Illustrated with reproductions. Book is Near Fine, text is clean and unmarked. Dust jacket is Good, with some discoloration to the spine and rear panel, and some edge wear at top...
Zaragoza, Spain: Francisco Moreno, Published 1771, 8vo, vellum, (14) 272 pp, good copy, some wrinkling and stains to vellum, worming to interior margin up to p. 30, text good and clean otherwise. The author, a French capuchin, was toward the end of his life involved in French politics to the...
Boston, MA: Crocker and Brewster, First Edition. c.1834. Hardcover. Cloth, paper spine label. 8vo. 321pp. Ex-Library. With call number printed on base of spine and on front pastedown, 'Withdrawn' stamp on front endpaper, pocket and date slip in rear. Fair. Corners heavily worn, loss to spine ends, spine cloth dry...
Philadelphia / London: American Sunday-School Union / Religious Tract Society, No date--ca. 1847. Leather-backed boards, 192 pp., Fair copy, a couple of ink-notations to the outer pages, a faint stamp on the titlepages, straining to the inner hinges and outer joints seems to be lacking the front flyleaf, wear to...
Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, "Revised," but no earlier edition known. 16mo. 16 pp. including in-text illustrations. Original printed wrappers, restitched. Worn, with small stains throughout. Fair. Moral dialogues for the young, with examples of young John, who catches butterflies in order to tear off their wings and heads, and George...
New York: American Tract Society, ca. 1870s. First edition. Hardcover, 8vo. in green cloth with pictorial gilt decoration and title, all edges gilt. 160pp. frontis and tissue protected plates. Very good. Boards mottled, endpapers foxed, contemporary obituary on endpapers. Contents and plates unmarked.
Rock Island, IL: Augustana Historical Society, 1931. First edition. Hardcover, 8vo. in blue cloth with gilt titles. 260pp. frontis of Hasselquist. Minor ex-library, with spine number and blind stamp to title, else about very good. Light edgewear to boards, edges toned. Internally unmarked.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes, First edition, 1927, hardcover with purple cloth boards in dust jacket, octavo, 315pp., illustrated in b&w. Book near fine with touch of sun to spine ends, binding tight, text clean and unmarked. DJ good with edgewear that includes a tear to spine head that extends...
New York: Golden Cross, One of 110 copies, illustrated and hand colored in blue, red and gold by Valenti Angelo. Hardcover, slim 4to., in 1/2 leather. Fine in the original slipcase. A sharp, tight, clean copy with beautiful contents. Neat repair along one joint of the slipcase, otherwise sturdy and...
New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1912, Edition not stated. Hardcover, formerly part of a seminary library collection, with a call number, in light pencil, to the copyright page, and a call number, in white lettering, to the spine. Otherwise in Very Good condition, with light shelf wear and light...
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, First edition, 1959. Cloth hardcover in dust jacket, 120 pp., clean unmarked text, Near Fine copy in Very Good+ dust jacket, some soiling or discoloration to the dust jacket, a bit of rubbing or creasing to the tips and edges of the dust jacket.
Lander, WY: The Aquinas Institute, 2012. Hardcover. Text in Latin and English. 507 pp. Extremities lightly bumped. Very slight but noticeable cigarette odor. Contents clean, bright and unmarked. Due to the size of this item, extra postage may be required for priority or international orders.
Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press, Hardcover with gilt stamped full gray leather boards, 1985, large octavo, 112pp., illustrated in b&w. Book fine with handsome boards and tight binding, text clean and unmarked, with handsome gilt to edges of text block. No DJ.
New York: New City Press, Volume two only! Hardcover with glossy paper boards, 2000, octavo, 832pp., illustrated with ten color maps at rear. Book good with handsome boards and tight binding, text has a few instances of highlighting, otherwise clean and bright. No DJ.