New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, First edition, 1944, hardcover with black cloth boards, octavo, 271pp., not illustrated. Book VG with rubbing and soil to boards, binding tight, previous owner's plate to front pastedown, otherwise text clean and unmarked but toned throughout. No DJ.
Burlington, VT: C. Goodrich, Original illustrated wraps. Pamphlet. 8vo. 64pp. Fair-Good. Moderate wear to wraps, heavy wear with loss to wraps on spine, light chipping to page edges, former owner's signatures and note in red ink on front wraps and title page, blindstamp on title page.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard, 1939. First edition. Hardcover, 8vo. in dust jacket. 146pp. Very good in good dust jacket. Loss to spine of dust jacket and several inch perforation to front panel of dj. Offsetting and soil to dj. Wear to spine ends. Gift inscription to flyleaf, else internally clean and unmarked.
Hartford: O.D Case and Co, Complete in two volumes. 1864, 1866. First edition. Hardcover in brown cloth with gilt title. 648; 782pp. with b&w engravings throughout. Good, comparable copies often found in worn condition. Volume one spine cloth is partially detached. Volume two spine cloth is rent along the outer...
New York: Oxford University Press, USA, 1990 Hardcover, with Dust Jacket. Condition rates as Fine, in a Near Fine Dust Jacket that shows light shelf wear.
London: Smith, Elder, and Co, Complete in two volumes. 1859. Second edition. Hardcover, 8vo. in 3/4 tan leather and marbled boards, gilt decoration and titles, all edges and endpapers marbled. 346, 343pp. color frontis in each volume, 8 color plates. Very good. Rubbing and surface loss to leather corners, faint...
New York: Schocken Books, Second edition, 1971 (first was 1914). Cloth hardcover in plain dust jacket, 242 pp., clean unmarked text, Near Fine copy in Good dust jacket, discoloration and wear to the dust jacket.
New York: Greenwood Press, 1991, First edition. Hardcover in Fine condition. A clean, tight and sharp copy. No jacket present.
Philadelphia: Chandler/American Iron & Steel Association, 1873, Edition not stated. Presumed First Edition.This appears to be US Senator Charles Sumner's (Mass., US Senator 1851 - 1874) personal copy, with his name and title present in a contemporary hand to the bound-in original cover. Sumner (1811-1874), was the famed Boston anti-slavery...
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1900 Hardcover, in Good+ condition, with shelf wear and handling soil to the boards, there is a previous owner notation present to an end paper, and also the corners are bumped and show wear. No jacket present.
Hartford, CT: Amistad Center for Art & Culture, 2010 presumed first edition. Softcover, in Fine condition, showing the very lightest shelf wear. This is a high quality museum exhibition catalog, with full color photographs of works, throughout.