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HOMENAJE DEL CABILDO A LA CIUDAD EN SU IV CENTENARIO, 1538-1938
HOMENAJE DEL CABILDO A LA CIUDAD EN SU IV CENTENARIO, 1538-1938 [Bogota: Ediciones Del Concejo. 1938.] Softcover. xxvi+212pp. Heavily illustrated in b/w and color. Good condition. Covers have significant handling grime and creasing. Dust spots to page edges and to ffep. Scattered light foxing throughout. Some dog-earing at page corners. Fold-out map is present. String binding is square and secure. Includes separate gifting notice from the author to the Columbian Minister in Guatemala, Dr. Ricardo Vasquez. (cfm) $80.00
IMPRESOS DE ANGOSTURA, 1817-1822, Facsimiles
IMPRESOS DE ANGOSTURA, 1817-1822, Facsimiles Caracas: Homenaje al Sesquicentenario del Congreso de Angostura. 1969. First Edition. Hardcover with jacket. 117pp. Spanish language. Near Fine condition in a Good jacket. Jacket is scuffed, sun faded and foxed, The book itself is in beautiful shape, clean and bright, unmarked and unfoxed, with a fully secure binding. (cfm) $30.00
JOSE TORIBIO MEDINA Y LA BIBLIOGRAFIA ARGENTINA
JOSE TORIBIO MEDINA Y LA BIBLIOGRAFIA ARGENTINA Washington, D.C.: Pan American Union. 1952. Wrps. 11pp. Good condition. Wrappers moderately soiled with a pencilled number on front. Interior is clean, with some minor foxing and minor creasing of some pages, an artifact of original printing.  This item is reprinted from the Inter-American Review of Bibliography, Vol.II, No. 3, pages 155-165. $25.00
JUAREZ CELMAN 1844-1909.  Estudio Historico y Documental De Una Epoca Argentina
JUAREZ CELMAN 1844-1909. Estudio Historico y Documental De Una Epoca Argentina Buenos Aires:Guillermo Kraft Ltda . 1944. 652pp. with many still uncut. Illustrated. Stiff wrps. Covers soiled and shelfworn, with an old damp stain to the bottom outer edges which does not seem to intrude into the book; and both top and bottom edges bumped which has resulted in some creasing to edges of paper. Internally, a very good, clean copy. With many pages as yet uncut, I doubt this was ever read. Overall, a very good copy. $45.00
LIBERATION IN SOUTH AMERICA 1806-1827. THE CAREER OF JAMES PAROISSIEN
LIBERATION IN SOUTH AMERICA 1806-1827. THE CAREER OF JAMES PAROISSIEN (London):University of London/The Athlone Press. Distributed in the United States by John de Graff, Inc. 1952. (xii)+177pp.+4 mas at end. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket.  Book is in very good, clean condition, inside and out. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelfworn with wear along edges. It is not price clipped.  $35.00
LOGOS, REVISTA DE LA FACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA Y LETRAS, No. 12
LOGOS, REVISTA DE LA FACULTAD DE FILOSOFIA Y LETRAS, No. 12 Argentina: Universidad de Buenos Aires. 1972. First Edition. Softcover. 318pp. Spanish language. Very Good conditon. Softcovers have handling grime, and dust spots at the edges of the cover. Internally clean and unmarked, unfoxed and securely bound. (cfm) $30.00
MANIFIESTO AL PUEBLO DE LA REPUBLICA
MANIFIESTO AL PUEBLO DE LA REPUBLICA Buenos Aires: Casavalle. 1880. First edition. 85pp + index. Harcover, no jacket. Good condition. Boards well worn and slightly splayed. Heavy foxing through p7, moderate thereafter.  Otherwise clean and securely bound. Includes texts of official documents and reports relating to controversial federalization of Buenos Aires.  (cfm) $40.00
MEMORIA DE GOBIERNO, Edicion y prologo de Vicente Rodriguez Casado y Guillermo Lohmann Villena (Publicaciones de la Escuela de Estudios Hispano-Americanos de Sevilla)
MEMORIA DE GOBIERNO, Edicion y prologo de Vicente Rodriguez Casado y Guillermo Lohmann Villena (Publicaciones de la Escuela de Estudios Hispano-Americanos de Sevilla) Sevilla. 1947. 1st edition. xlvi+912pp+5pp ads. Hardcover. Red boards lighlty soiled and shelfworn, with shadow of something once attached to lower edge of spine strip, and old crease marks to both front edge points. Page edges soiled. Internally, end pages age-toned and lightly soiled, but free of previous owners marks or signature. The paper is slightly age toned throughout. The binding is tight with hinges intact. *Author was Viceroy of Peru, 1816-1821. $65.00
MIRACLE AT JOASEIRO
MIRACLE AT JOASEIRO New York:Columbia University Press. 1970. xiv+324pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good clean copy inside and out. Pages clean and bright, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is very good, just slightly soiled with a touch of wear to edges.  * "Miracle at Joaseiro is the political history of a popular religious movement which flourished between 1889 and 1934 in the hinterlands of Brazil's impoverished Northeast."...dj   $25.00
NIRVANA. ESTUDIOS SOCIALES, POLITICOS Y ECONOMICOS SOBRE LA REPUBLICA ORIENTAL DEL URUGUAY
NIRVANA. ESTUDIOS SOCIALES, POLITICOS Y ECONOMICOS SOBRE LA REPUBLICA ORIENTAL DEL URUGUAY Buenos Aires: El Mercurio. 1880. First Edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page.  ix+383pp+2pp index/errata. Fold-out map present. Hardcover, no jacket. Good+ condition. Half leather boards heavily worn, including the leather. Dust spotting to page edges.  Moderate foxing through the preface, scattered foxing thereafter. Otherwise clean and umarked, and securely bound. Overall a very nice, signed, first edition copy. (cfm) $125.00
PABLO MORILLO AND VENEZUELA, 1815-1820
PABLO MORILLO AND VENEZUELA, 1815-1820 Columbus:Ohio State University Press. (1974). 1st edition. xi+249pp. Hardcover with dust jacket.  Book in very good clean condition, inside and out with a very good, slightly soiled, edgeworn, and sun-faded spine strip dust jacket.  $60.00
PANAMA CANAL. WHAT IT IS, WHAT IT MEANS
PANAMA CANAL. WHAT IT IS, WHAT IT MEANS Washington, DC:Pan American Union. 1913. 1st edition. 120pp. Illustrated with photographs and color maps. Signed and inscribed by the author on the half title page. Hardcover. A very good, clean copy with just slight age-toning to prelims.  $35.00
PANAMA IN 1855. AN ACCOUNT OF THE PANAMA RAIL-ROAD, OF THE CITIES OF PANAMA AND ASPINWALL, WITH SKETCHES OF LIFE AND CHARACTER ON THE ISMUS
PANAMA IN 1855. AN ACCOUNT OF THE PANAMA RAIL-ROAD, OF THE CITIES OF PANAMA AND ASPINWALL, WITH SKETCHES OF LIFE AND CHARACTER ON THE ISMUS New York:Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1855. 1st edition.  246pp. Illustrated with 5 plates, including frontispiece, and a map and other illustrations in text. Hardcover. Brown boards soiled and shelfworn with wear to edges, including spine ends and edge points. Gilt on spine almost completely dulled. Internally, yellow endpages lightly soiled with a previous owners inked signature to 1st free endpage. Otherwise, mild to moderate foxing scattered throughout, but heaviest to first and last few pages. Some page edges creased. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A good solid copy. $150.00
PERUVIAN ANTIQUITIES
PERUVIAN ANTIQUITIES New York:George P. Putnam and Co.  1853. 1st edition. xxii+306pp. Illustrated. Hardcover.  Brown blindstamped boards soiled, sunfaded and shelfworn, with wear along edges, spine ends worn and chipped with small tears to both edges of gutters top and botttom, and edge points worn to boards. Gilt on spine almost completely rubbed.  Page edges soiled.  Internally, endpages age toned and lightly foxed but free of previous owners marks or signatures. There is a blue ink stamped name stamp to copyright page, which bleeds a bit into the title page. Pages throughout are age-toned with an old damp stain to bottom margins, running throughout the book. There are occasional margin notes scattered throughout. The binding is tight and hings intact however the rear free end-page has been removed.  $65.00
POWER AND PROPERTY IN INCA PERU
POWER AND PROPERTY IN INCA PERU New York; Columbia University Press, 1958. Hardcover with dj. viii+190pp. Very Good condition in a Fair jacket. Unclipped jacket has small tears/chipping at edges, is a bit shelfworn with some grime, and has heavy foxing to book facing side. Green cloth boards are clean and unbumped. Owner name penned to ffep. Foxing of pastedowns and facing endpapers. Otherwise clean, unmarked, unfoxed, square and securely bound. "Depending primarily on legal data from sixteenth-century Spanish chronicles the author enters into the lively controversy over whether the Inca government was a primitive form of state socialism, a feudal aristocracy, a hydraulic bureaucracy, or a paternal or tyrannical monarchy." (cfm) $45.00