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New York:Harper & Brothers, Publisher. 1871. 2pp ads+463pp+2pp ads. Illustrated. Hardcover. Rust boards, decorated in black and gilt, are just lightly soiled and shelfworn, with page edges lighlty soiled. Internally dark brown end-papers in very good condition, with vestiges of an old bookplate, now gone, are on the inside front board, with a penciled signature to the top of 2nd free endpage and title page. Otherwise pages are clean and bright. The binding is tight with hinges intact. A very good, clean copy.
CHRIST'S FOLK IN THE APPENNINE. REMINISCENCES OF HER FRIENDS AMONG THE TUSCAN PEASANTRY. Edited by John Ruskin.
New York:John Wiley and Sons. 1888. 203pp + 12pp publisher's advertisements. First American edition. Ex-library copy. Hardcover. Small library book-plate pasted-down inside from cover; small faded library-stamp lower corner of title-page; faded white ink of library-number and author on spine. Internally a very good copy. Externally spine sun-faded, with some wear to the edges and edge-points. Overall a very good copy.
Boston:Marshall Jones Company, Inc. 1929. 271pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn at the edges and spine with some fraying to the edges with a few small chips and tears. Book itself is only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, save for some faint staining to the title page (localized thereto). Overall, this is a very good copy.
261pp 2nd. printing. A very good, clean, tight clean copy. S003.
London: William Heinemann, Ltd. 1926. 168pp. Hard bound. First edition. Printed on thick paper. Some light foxing on first few and last pages. Otherwise, book in very good, tight, clean condition.
New York:Random House. 107pp. Illustrated by John Fulton. Hardcover with slip-case. No. 357 out of 500 numbered signed copies, with Michener's red stamp as well. Still in publishers shrink- wrap. A mint copy.
Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company. (1936). 305 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Jacket is moderately worn with significant fraying to the edges. Front and rear show some soiling. Small tear at the top of the spine. Book itself in very good condition, showing only some minor shelf wear. Interior is clean, though showing early signs of aging to the pages. Plates are bright and clear.
New York:E.P. Dutton. 1940. 164pp. + 111plates. Lacks dust jacket. Published from English sheets. Ex-library; Has numeral on spine, small book-plate and discard stamp. Binding is shelf-worn with some fading down the spine. Otherwise only lightly soiled. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
New York:G.P. Putnams. (1956). 350pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is lightly worn at the edges with some soiling to the covers. Otherwise in very good condition. Book itself shows some mild shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB041 overall, this is a very good copy with a good cust
REINDEER, DOGS, AND SNOW-SHOES: A JOURNAL OF SIBERIAN TRAVEL AND EXPLORATIONS MADE IN THE YEARS 1865, 1866 AND 1867
New York:Harper and Brothers, Publishers. 1871. 1st edition. 529pp. Illustrated, with folding map at end. Hardcover. Signed/Inscribed by the Author on the 2nd free endpage. Brown decorated boards, with gilt on spine and front cover still bright, but lightly rubbed and shelfworn along edges and spine ends. Edge points gently bumped. Internally, aside from Author's inscription, pages clean. All illustrations present as called for, with all tissue guards still in place. The map is still attached, but with a tear to one fold, and wear to outside edges. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good, clean copy.
Being strange and notable discoveries, perils, shipwrecks, battles, upon sea and land, with pleasant and interesting observations upon the country and the natives of the Cape of Good Hope. Cape Town:T. Maskew Miller. 1916. 459pp. Illustrated. Ex-library copy. Hardcover. Binding is significantly worn at the edges and spine (most notably at the spine edges), with some fraying to the cloth and rubbing down the spine. Covers also show some soiling and the remains of a sticker on the spine. Interior shows some significant foxing to the pages throughout, though the plates remain clean, with a library stamp to the verso of each. There is also a bookplate on the inside front board. Overall, this is a good copy.
THE NORTHERN TRAVELER; (COMBINED WITH THE NORTHERN TOUR). CONTAINING THE ROUTES TO NIAGARA, QUEBEC, AND THE SPRINGS. WITH THE TOUR OF NEW ENGLAND, AND THE ROUTE TO THE COAL MINES OF PENNSYLVANIA.
New York: G. & C. Carvill. 1828. Third edition, revised and extended. 403pp. Embellished with 19 maps (1 double-page) and 11 landscapes. 1/4 leather with marbled boards. Leather is worn but gilt is still legible; wear/chipping to spine ends; boards are quite worn at edges. There is a large previous owners bookplate to the inside of the front board; previous owners signature on the first free fly-leaf; otherwise, aside from an occasional smudge and turned corner, a very good copy.
Cincinnati:Williamson & Cantwell Publishing Co. 1873. 230pp. Internally, a previous owners signature on the inside front board, light foxing on first few and last pages; moderate foxing on frontispiece. Binding: top of spine missing 1/2 of cloth; bottom of spine chipped; balance of binding lightly worn and sun-faded. A good to very good copy.
NY:Hunt & Eaton. 1895. 614pp. Illus. Hard bound. A fine, tight, clean copy.Attractive gilt embossed front cover with rifle-manned individual sitting on a camel scanning the horizon.
Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Company. (1936). 254 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Jacket shows fraying and some tearing along the edges. Front and rear are lightly soiled. Book itself shows only some minor shelf wear. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. All in all, a very good, clean copy.
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