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Durrett, Reuben T.
Traditions of the Earliest Visits of Foreigners To North America:. The First Formed and First Inhabited of the Continents.
Louisville,KY: John P. Morton & Co, 1908. First Edition. Original Wraps. Publication No. 23 of the Filson Historical Club. Durrett was the president of the Filson Club. Overall, a very handsome copy of this increasingly scarce volume. Light shelf, edge wear, soft scratch and soil to rear wrap, small closed... Item #2681
London: Macmillan, 1907. Later Printing. Full Leather. Exquisitely bound by W. T. Morrell, London. Wonderful illustrations by Hugh Thomson. A stunning volume in hand. Minor shelf wear, small, dated, owner inscription, else tight, bright and unmarred. Full blue morocco leather, 5 raised bands, burgundy label, gilt lettering and intricate decorative... Item #1074
A Catalog of Roycroft Books and Things 1904-1905:. Year Nine.
East Aurora, NY: Roycrofters, 1904. First Edition. Stringbound Wraps. A wonderfully illustrated catalog from the renowned Roycrofters. Mostly books and printed matter with a smattering of other materials. A very handsome copy of a rather scarce volume. Light shelf/edge wear, discrete owner signature on front, some light ghosting, else tight... Item #2680
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1967. First Edition thus. Hardcover. Association copy. This volume was previously owned by the producer of Jane Campion's film version of the book. Accompanying this volume are two different promotional packs (both for different film competitions) including various images, bound materials and, in one, a.... Item #1885
Poe, Edgar Allan; Neel, Alice (illus); Soyer, Raphael (afterword).
The Fall Of The House Of Usher.
New York: Limited Editions Club/Anthoensen Press, 1985. First Edition Thus. Loose Signatures. This is a set of loose signatures of Poe's classic tale printed by the Anthoensen Press on mould-made paper, designed by Ben Shiff and hand-set by Michael and Winifred Bixler. The bound copies were bound by John Isakovics... Item #2635
Florence, Italy: Alinari Brothers, 1902. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Exceptional binding by Gambinossi. Overall, an extremely beautiful, if fragile, volume. Light shelf wear, (tips through), rear hinge shows small split at head and heel, front board split at hinge, one band repaired, else tight, bright and unmarred. Natural brown leather... Item #3121