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Andrew Tuer. Pages and Pictures from Forgotten Children’s Books.
London, 1898-1899. First edition. $150.
William Shakespeare. Poems Written by Shakespear.
London, 1774. $2200.
Wyndham Goodden. This or That?
Edinburgh, 1947.
First edition, illustrated by Barbara Jones. $300.
Derek Patmore. A Traveller in Venice and in Cities of North-East Italy.
London, (1951). First edition. $150.
John Ruskin. The Stones of Venice: In Two Volumes. WITH: St. Mark’s Rest:
The History of Venice.
Leipzig, 1906, 1910. Three volumes. $550.
Jane Austen. Sense and Sensibility.
London, 1896. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. $1800.
Desiderius Erasmus. The Apophthegmes of Erasmus.
Lincolnshire, 1877.
One of 250 copies. $400.
C.L.R. James. The Black Jacobins.
New York, [1938]. First American edition. $2000.
Edgar Allan Poe; Charles Baudelaire.
The Face of Edgar Allan Poe. With a Note on Poe by Charles Baudelaire.
New York, 1959. One of 250 copies. $550.
Robert Frost. Birches.
New York, (1988). Illustrated by Ed Young. $35.
Edgar Allan Poe. The Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe.
New York: 1850-1856.
First collected edition of Poe’s works, in four volumes. $12,000.
Herodotus. The Histories of Herodotus.
Haarlem, 1958. One of 1500 copies,
signed by illustrator Edward Bawden. $250.
A.H. Bullen (editor). Lyrics from the Song-Books of the Elizabethan Age.
London, 1897. $100.
Arthur Rimbaud. Rimbaud: Documents Iconographiques.
Vésenaz-Genève, 1946. First edition, text in French. $135.
Edmund Burke. A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the
Sublime and Beautiful.
London, 1757. First edition. $3200.
Elizabeth Gaskell. Cranford.
London, 1935. One of 500 copies,
designed by Bruce Rogers. $65.
Roger Boutet de Monvel. Nos Frères D’Amérique.
Paris, circa 1917.
First edition, English issue, illustrated by Guy Arnoux. $350.
John Milton. Areopagitica: A Speech of Mr John Milton for the
Liberty of Unlicensed Printing to the Parliament of England.
Cambridge, 1973. One of 100 copies. $450.
A.H. Bullen, (editor). Lyrics from the Dramatists of the Elizabethan Age.
London, 1891. $100.
Mrs. William Starr Dana. How to Know the Wild Flowers.
New York, 1896. Illustrated by Marion Satterlee. $75.
Miguel de Cervantes. The Life and Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha.
London, 1820. Four volumes, illustrated by Richard Westall. $600.
John Aikin. Letters to a Young Lady on a Course of English Poetry.
London, 1804. First edition. $500.
Leo Tolstoy. My Childhood and Boyhood.
London, 1918. $400.
William Congreve. The Works of Mr. William Congreve.
Birmingham, 1761. First Baskerville edition, three volumes. $850.
Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice.
London, 1894. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. $1800.
Ralph Waldo Emerson. Friendship.
New York, 1993. One of 120 copies. $250.
Edna O’Brien. The Country Girls.
London, 1960. First edition, signed by Edna O’Brien. $950.
Randall Jarrell. Pictures from an Institution.
New York, 1954.
First edition, inscribed by Randall Jarrell to Cleanth Brooks. $1500.
[Aldus]; Theodore Low De Vinne. The First Editor: Aldus Pius Manutius.
New York, 1983. One of 250 copies. $185.
Walt Whitman. A Whitman Portrait.
New York, 1960. One of 525 copies, $450.
Aesop. Selections from Aesop’s Fables, Illustrated with Reproductions of
Fifteenth Century Woodcuts.
New York, 1988. One of 1500 copies. $125.
Rainer Maria Rilke. The Lay of Love and Death of Cornet Christopher Rilke.
London, 1948. First complete English edition. $150.
Louis and Florence Slobodkin. Too Many Mittens.
New York, (1958). First edition. $175.
Louis Slobodkin. Thank You—You’re Welcome.
New York, (1957). First edition. $175
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