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1 Anonymous NUMBERS - A Coloring Book
Kenosha Samuel Lowe Company 1949 Paperback Near Fine 12mo 7" - 7½" tall 
32 pages; Clean and tight in original color printed wrappers, but for a phone number written on rear endpaper. None of the printed drawings have been colored in yet. A nice example of this charming children's book from the mid- twentieth century. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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The Century of Queens with Sketches of Some Princes of Literature and Art, Anonymous ; [ James Miller ]
2 Anonymous ; [ James Miller ] The Century of Queens with Sketches of Some Princes of Literature and Art
New York James Miller, Publisher 1872 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Small 4to 
251 & [7] ff. of plates pages; Illustrated. Publisher's green cloth, elaborate decorative stamping in gilt on front cover and spine (the front cover's pattern is repeated on the rear cover, in blind rather than gilt) -- chocolate brown endpapers, all edges gilt. Minor rubbing to the binding at the spine ends and corners, but still a clean, pleasing copy of this attractive example of the American "gift" book. Credit is given to the producer of this handsome volume on the verso of the title page: "Joseph J. Little, electrotyper, stereotyper, and printer." With a frontispiece engraved by Sartain, several steel-engravings, and text illustrations and ornaments throughout. The text is taken from Lucy Aiken, Mary Howitt, Miss Strickland, Mrs. Balmanno, Henry William Herbert and others, and is mostly devoted to the sixteenth century, but has a 19th century coda (tales from Lamb, Hood, and an account of the Portland Vase, etc.) Scarce -- see OCLC: 10193834 (American Antiquarian Society and two other locations). ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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The Book of Good Counsels from the Sanskrit of the "Hitopadesa"  with Illustrations by Gordon Browne, Arnold, Sir Edward  ; Gordon Browne (illustrator)
3 Arnold, Sir Edward ; Gordon Browne (illustrator) The Book of Good Counsels from the Sanskrit of the "Hitopadesa" with Illustrations by Gordon Browne
New York Charles Scribners 1893 New Edition Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
163 pages; Clean and secure in original red cloth binding with bevelled edges and elaborate decorative stamping in gilt to front cover with images of various wild animals and branches. Minor wear to cloth at spine ends. Fabulous cover design bears monogram HD or possibly HC (with C reversed). Several full page b&w illustrations by Gordon Browne. Frontispiece, 6 full page & 13 b&w text illustrations. Printed at Chiswick Press. 
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THE WORKS OF FRANCIS BACON, LORD CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND in 16 Volumes Complete, A New Edition, Bacon, Francis; Basil Montagu
4 Bacon, Francis; Basil Montagu THE WORKS OF FRANCIS BACON, LORD CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND in 16 Volumes Complete, A New Edition
London William Pickering 1825 New Edition Leather Bound Very Good+ 8vo 
Sixteen Volumes bound as 17 (Volume 16 bound in two parts), published consecutively from 1825 to 1834. Tan half calf over marbled boards with red and black title labels at spines with gilt lettering and extensive gilt tooling at spines; marbled endpapers. Bindings in very nice condition with some light rubbing. Volume 3 has some wear at head of spine, still quite attractive (see images); Volume 16, II has a scrape to leather on rear board. Engraved portrait frontispiece and facsimile letter in Volume 1; folding plan of 'Advancement of Learning' in Volume 2; engraved frontispiece portrait of Bacon in Volume 4; engraved frontispiece of St. Michael's Church in Volume 5; Engraved frontispiece of Monument to Lord Bacon in Volume 6; Frontispiece in Volume 7 has three images of Gorhameury; frontispiece in Volume 8; frontispiece facsimile letter in Volume 9. Volumes 1-3 and Volumes 9-11 were printed by "Thomas White, Printer,/Johnson's Court;" Volumes 4 - 8 printed by "Thomas White, Printer,/ Crane Court;" Volumes 12-16 printed by "C. Whittingham, Tooks Court/ Chancery Lane". Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St. Alban (1561 – 1626) was an English philosopher, statesman, scientist, jurist and author. He served both as Attorney General and Lord Chancellor of England. After he left the political arena, he remained extremely influential through his writings, particularly his work on natural philosophy and the scientifi. Bacon has been called the creator of empiricism; introducing and popularising inductive methodologies for scientific inquiry. Additional shipping charge for this heavy multi-volume set. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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The Tale of Sandy Chipmunk, Bailey, Arthur Scott  ; Harry L. Smith (illustrator)
5 Bailey, Arthur Scott ; Harry L. Smith (illustrator) The Tale of Sandy Chipmunk
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1916 Hardcover Very Good- in Good dust jacket 12mo 7" - 7½" tall 
Sleepy-Time Tales; 112 pages; Contents clean and secure in original pictorial cloth binding of gray cloth with decorative stamping in red, green and black showing the chipmunk conversing with some birds. Dustjacket chipped along edges and missing section at bottom of spine. Frontispiece and five additional full page colour illustrations by Harry L. Smith (who also designed the pictorial dustjacket). OCLC: 10855979 
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IRISH IDYLLS, Barlow, Jane ; Clifton Johnson
6 Barlow, Jane ; Clifton Johnson IRISH IDYLLS
New York Dodd, Mead & Company 1897 Hardcover Very Good 8vo 8" - 9" tall 
xii, 317 pages; Original owner's name on ffep dated 1897, otherwise clean and secure in original decorative green cloth nineties binding with stylized shamrocks and stamping in lighter green and gilt, light rubbing. OCLC: 616340 Illustrated with photographs by Clifton Johnson, taken during a trip to the Connemara boglands of western Ireland. He made every effort to take pictures that faithfully depict nature and life as they really are amid the somber bogs of the west coast. The photographs brilliantly complement these regional Irish stories by Jane Barlow (1857 – 1917), an Irish novelist and poet, best known for her vivid portrayals of the Irish peasantry, primarily in the Connemara area near Lisconnel and Ballyhoy. Stories include: Lisconnel, A Windfall, One Too Many, A Wet Day, Got the Better of, Herself, Thunder in the Air, Between Two Lady Days, Backwards and Forwards, Coming and Going. 
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COOKERY FOR TODAY, Batchelder, Ann
7 Batchelder, Ann COOKERY FOR TODAY
Chicago Butterick Publishing Co 1932 Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
Clean and tight in original pictorial cloth binding depicting a beautifully set table with flowers, china, glassware, and silverware. Cloth rubbed at corners and spine ends, faded on rear cover. Nearly 400 recipes from Boston Brown Bread to Martha Washington Fruit Cake to Pigeons in Casserole to Oysters a l'Indienne to Dixie Relish to Hungarian Goulash, plus Ten Exclusive Recipes by Ann Batchelder.; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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GLIMPSES OF ITALIAN COURT LIFE - Happy Days in Italia Adorata, Batcheller, Tryphosa Bates
8 Batcheller, Tryphosa Bates GLIMPSES OF ITALIAN COURT LIFE - Happy Days in Italia Adorata
New York Doubleday Page & Co. 1906 Hardcover Near Fine 8vo 8" - 9" tall 
Clean and tight in original dark green cloth binding with gilt lettering and decorative stamping (resembling gold hinges and clasps), page edges untrimmed, printed on laid paper, pictorial endpapers. Illustrated with a portrait frontispiece and 61 lovely plates with captioned tissue guards, 469 pages, followed by a 3 page separately paginated section with the musical score of Marcia Real della Casa di Savoia. A beautifully designed and produced book in excellent condition. Thomas Wentworth Higginson said of this book: "I know of no other book that has put before the eye so vividly the attractions of Italian life in its upper circles, aided by the varied and beautiful pictures." 
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VIE DES SAINTS POUR TOUS LES JOURS DE L'ANNEE suivant l'ordre de l'office Romain traduites des legendes du Breviaire et de divers supplements approuves, Beauchesne, Gabriel
9 Beauchesne, Gabriel VIE DES SAINTS POUR TOUS LES JOURS DE L'ANNEE suivant l'ordre de l'office Romain traduites des legendes du Breviaire et de divers supplements approuves
Paris Gabriel Beauchesne 1922 Hardcover Near Fine 8vo 
744 pages; Dret et Lerouge, Chanoines honoraires de Troyes. Bright red half morocco over marbled boards, marbled endpapers, raised bands, gilt lettering and decorative devices, top edge gilt. Clean & tight (no names, no markings). A very attractive book. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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Le Bon Jardinier - Encyclopédie Horticole Avec 6 planches en couleurs d'après des quarellessss exécutées spécialement par A. Millot. 150é édition, Bois, D.  ; et G. T. Grignan ; eds.
10 Bois, D. ; et G. T. Grignan ; eds. Le Bon Jardinier - Encyclopédie Horticole Avec 6 planches en couleurs d'après des quarellessss exécutées spécialement par A. Millot. 150é édition
Paris Librairie Agricole de la Maison Rustique 1933 Hardcover Very Good+ Large 8vo 
2 p.l & 1036 pages; The text of this well-known encyclopedia of gardening, botany and horticulture was prepared under the direction of D. Bois and G. T. Grignan, with texts by a number of experts ("Rédigée par un groupe de savants et de practicines sou la direction de D. Bois et G. T. Grignan" -- a list of the many authors is on the verso of the first leaf, a facsimile of the decorative title page of the earlier editions). This 150th edition is retitled as Le Bon Jardinier: Encyclopédie horticole -- while the older editions had been styled as "Almanach horticole." Undated, but attributed to 1933 by OCLC Number: 491642408. (There was a 151th edition in 1947). A lovely copy, in fresh, clean condition, in a handsome private binding: half green morocco over blue-green linen covered boards, top edges gilt, green-grey endpapers, silk placemark. The binding is signed by Bumpus of Oxford Street, in tiny letters at the top corner of the verso of the front free-endpaper. There are five raised bands, highlighted with rows of gilt dots and framed by panels of gilt rules - title lettered in gilt directly in the second panel. The spine is moderately faded to brown, a not-unpleasant effect. With an elegant bookplate [Beatrice Louise Gruning] mounted to the front paste-down endpaper. A standard and important gardening reference from the years between the wars, in an elegant copy, much nicer than the publisher's usual cloth or boards. 
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THE MISSING FINGER, Boissiere, Albert   ;  Mary J. Safford (translator)
11 Boissiere, Albert ; Mary J. Safford (translator) THE MISSING FINGER
New York Dodd, Mead 1911 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
Translated by Mary J. Safford. OCLC: 14398474 Decorative light green cloth binding with gilt lettering and image of a four fingered hand in darker green on front cover. Original owner's attractive bookplate on front pastedown. Albert Boissiere (1866- 1939) was a French writer and the author of detective fiction. Published in France under the title of 'Un crime a été commis.'; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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THE WILLIAMSBURG ART OF COOKERY or Accomplish'd Gentlewoman's Companion Being a Collection of upwards of Five Hundred of the most Ancient & Approv'd Recipes in Virginia Cookery, Bullock, Helen
12 Bullock, Helen THE WILLIAMSBURG ART OF COOKERY or Accomplish'd Gentlewoman's Companion Being a Collection of upwards of Five Hundred of the most Ancient & Approv'd Recipes in Virginia Cookery
Williamsburg August Dietz & Son 1955 Leather Near Fine 12mo 7" - 7½" tall 
Full brown calf leather binding in the style of the 18th century with four raised bands, black leather spine label with gilt lettering, boards ruled in blind. Contents clean and tight, binding in very nice condition. A charming volume of 18th century recipes derived from the First American cook book - The Compleat Housewife, or Accomplished Gentlewoman's Companion, which was printed in Williamsburg in 1742 by William Park. Even as many Additions and Elaborations have been made in the Text, so have typographical Adjustments been made; yet the typographic Style and Spirit is that of Parks, the First Virginia Printer. The Book is printed on specially made paper it represents a frank and careful reconstruction of the paper made by William Parks at his Mill near Williamsburg and carries his own mark and the arms of the Virginia Colony. The Illustrations by Elmo Jones of Richmond are newly drawn in simulation of the technique of eighteenth century engravers and are reproduced in line cuts. The binding is styled on the simple designs used by Parks. Also includes a Table of favorite Williamsburg garden herbs; An Account of Virginia Hospitality; Considerations on the Observation of Christmas in Virginia; An Account of Health Drinking; Treatises on Various Branches of Cooking; etc. A beautifully designed and produced book with some very tasty recipes -- Soft Ginger Cakes, Damnson Plum Pie, Old Virginia Butter Cake, Apple Tansy, Beef Steake and Ham Pie, Brunswick Stew, Tongue a la Terrapin, Old Virginia Ash Cake, Quaking Pudding, Roasted Wild Duck or Teal, etc. 
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WAKE ROBIN, Burroughs, John
13 Burroughs, John WAKE ROBIN
Cambridge Hurd and Houghton 1877 Second Edition Hardcover Very Good+ 12mo 
256 pages; Clean and secure in original green cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine and decorative stamping in gilt and black depicting a bird and flowering branch. OCLC: 11686087 Contents include: The return of the birds. In the hemlocks. Adirondac. Birds'-nests. Spring at the Capital. Birch browsings. The bluebird. The invitation. Illustrated with frontispiece and several vignettes. 
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Le Cabinet secret de l'histoire Quatrieme serie, Cabanès, [Augustin] Docteur
14 Cabanès, [Augustin] Docteur Le Cabinet secret de l'histoire Quatrieme serie
Paris A. Maloin 1900 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 8vo Signed by Author
Autograph; Contemporary quarter morocco over marbled boards. Inscribed by the author on the half title page to Georges Cain [1856-1919] artist and author, who wrote a number of histories of Paris in the early years of the twentieth century. Someone has tipped an illustration by Cain and a short biography of the artist to the bottom of the half title page with the inscription, and there is a mark from cellophane tape (removed) to the gutter of this leaf and the original front wrapper. The binding is clean and handsome -- with the bookplate of Catherine Teiton on the front paste-down endpaper. Fourth and final series of this interesting work by Augustin Cabanès [1862–1928] -- a French doctor, historian and author of numerous works of fiction and history. The author relays numerous unusual and provocative incidents of French history, some related to medical matters ; Signed by Author 
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The Centenary of Byron's Death in England Two Addresses, Caclamanos, Demetrius [Dimitrios Kaklamanos]
15 Caclamanos, Demetrius [Dimitrios Kaklamanos] The Centenary of Byron's Death in England Two Addresses
London Privately Printed 1924 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ 16mo 
44 & [1] pages; Original binding: vellum spine over boards covered with paper impressed with an artificial wood-grain. Printed label on the front cover lettered in black with titles in both English and Greek. OCLC: 1907591 The author (1872-1949), Greek envoy and Minister for Greece in England. The two addresses were delivered in English by him in London, 1924. The first was at a special meeting of the Poetry Society on April 11, 1924, held at 139 Picadilly (once Lord Byron's London residence); the second address was delivered at a Public Luncheon to mark the centenary of Byron's death, held on April 29, 1924. The original text in English appears with a Greek translation on facing pages. There is a colophon leaf facing the title page, partly printed, partly filled out in ink. This copy was number 109 (of an unspecified edition) - "Printed for Mr. and Mrs. John Nef" [John Ulric Nef (1899 – 1988) was an American economic historian, and the co-founder of the University of Chicago's Committee on Social Thought. Although he was long associated with the University of Chicago, Nef traveled widely, especially in England and France; his books include 'The United States and Civilization' (1967), 'The Rise of the British Coal Industry' (1966), 'The Conquest of the Material World' (1964), and 'Search for Meaning: Autobiography of a Non-Conformist.' Mrs. Nef at the time this copy was commissioned was Elinor Castle Nef (1895-1953), an heiress of the Castle & Cooke corporation, one of the famous "Big Five" companies which dominated business in Hawaii throughout the 20th century. She was a noted art collector and philanthropist]. A handsomely printed tribute to the association between Byron and the Greek Revolution. There are large initial letters throughout printed in red, with floral decoratative type ornaments surrounding all (but the first). On the verso of the final leaf, this printer's slug appears in tiny letters: "George S. Vellonis, Ltd. 43, City Road, E. C. 1." A sound and handsome copy, with minor soiling to the vellum spine and a couple of faint finger marks to the front cover. Internally fine, fresh and crisp. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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ROMANCE OF THE BOURBON CHATEAUX, Champney, Elizabeth W
16 Champney, Elizabeth W ROMANCE OF THE BOURBON CHATEAUX
New York G.P. Putnam's Sons 1905 Pictorial Cloth Near Fine Octavo 
460 pages; Clean and tight in original pictorial cloth binding with lovely image of a chateaux on front cover. xviii p., 1 l., 460 p., 34 pl., 6 port. Color frontispiece, 7 photogravures, 38 additional illustrations. OCLC: 35560315 A beautiful book combining history & travel literature with royal biography and architectural history. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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17 Champney, Elizabeth W. ROMANCE OF ROMAN VILLAS
New York G.P. Putnam's Sons 1909 Hardcover Very Good+ 
The Renaissance; xx, (2), 393 pages; Former owner's name on ffep. Clean and tight in beautiful pictorial cloth binding designed by Champney. 1909 printing. Illustrated by 8 photogravures and 44 b&w plates. Chapter headings include "The Eyes of a Basilisk, " "The Fingers of Apollo, " "A Cellini Casket, " "Flower O' The Peach, " "With Tasso at Villa D'Este, " "Mondragone, " "The Adventure of the Knight of the Brandished Lance, " "The Ladies of Palliano, " and "The Lure of Old Rome. Elizabeth Williams Champney (1850 – 1922) was an American author of numerous articles and novels, most concerning foreign history and culture, like her series of romantic semi-fictional fables of castles and villas. There were a total of nine books in this "Romance" series, the last of which was The Romance of Russia, from Rurik to Bolshevik. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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Brichanteau Actor  Translated from the French of Jules Claretie, Claretie, Jules
18 Claretie, Jules Brichanteau Actor Translated from the French of Jules Claretie
Boston Little, Brown, and Company 1897 First American Edition Hardcover Very Good+ 8vo 
4 p. l., [vii]- xiii, 366 pages; Publisher's pale green cloth, front cover decoratively stamped in a floral pattern in medium green, spine and cover with lettering and decorative vignettes in gilt, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. OCLC Number: 4713666. A handsome nineties decorative binding, front cover signed with the initials "J. A. S." A translation of 'Brichanteau, Comédien Français' (1896). The author of the original was Jules Arsène Arnaud Claretie (1840-1913) initially a journalist, achieving success as dramatic critic to 'Le Figaro.' In 1885 he became director of the Théâtre Français -- becoming the sole determiner of modern plays to be produced at that prestigious venue in 1901. In addition to an impressive number of works of fact and fiction and plays, Claretie also wrote libretti for three operas of Jules Massenet. This copy belonged to Vincent Starrett, with his bookplate on the front paste-down endpaper and his distinctive signature in blue ink on the half title. Vincent Starrett (1876-1974) was born above a bookshop (belonging to his grandfather) and spent a long life in the world of books as a collector, newspaper columnist, and author of " The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes" (1933), horror and fantasy (many of his stories from 'Weird Tales' were collected in "The Quick and the Dead," (Arkham House, 1965), poetry, notably "Autolycus in Limbo," (Dutton, 1943). Collectors of the subject will know his detective novels (for example, "Murder on 'B' Deck," Doubleday, 1929... there were others), and Starrett's detective short stories mostly centered on his Chicago sleuth "Jimmie Lavender" (many are assembled in "The Case Book of Jimmie Lavender," Gold Label, 1944). Sherlockians will know Starrett not just for his books on the subject, but as a co-founder of The Hounds of the Baskerville (sic), a Chicago "scion society" of the Baker Street Irregulars, founded by his friend Christopher Morley. Starrett probably reviewed this book, or made some mention of it in his long-running column in the 'Chicago Tribune' - "Books Alive," as there two page numbers noted on the rear free endpaper (and faint marginal ticks opposite quotable passages on those two pages in the text). 
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NATURE'S OWN GARDENS, Clarke, Maud Umfreville
19 Clarke, Maud Umfreville NATURE'S OWN GARDENS
London, New York J.M. Dent & E.P. Dutton 1907 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 4to 11" - 13" tall 
280 pages; Clean and tight in original pictorial cloth binding decoratively stamped at spine and front boardin green, white, red, gilt in a repeating floral pattern of blooming flowers and border vines. Minor rubbing at extremeties, some rippling of the cloth on rear boards. Beautifully illustrated with 51 full-page, colour drawings and numerous b&w drawings. Clarke presents her botanical musings for each month of the year. Excerpt: "When each and all of the Nature Gardens are so lovely in their particular way, it is unwise to show partiality; and yet there is something dangerously like it, if I say that the gardens of the grass fields in June seem to hold the largest possibilities of any ... The corn fields have their very definite beauty, but there is not the variety of plants growingamong the corn that the grass can muster. It seems such a perfectly content and satisfactory family, studding the green with all colours: white and yellow, orange, blue and pink of many shades. ... As the weeks of June add together, the flowers' strength and the strength of the grass seem to rise and swell into the fullest tide of the flowers' year." In addition to the lovely colour full page plates, many of the wide margins have reproductions of the author's pen-drawings to illuminate readers unfamiliar with the plants under discussion. 
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BRITISH VEGETABLE GALLS in attractive leather binding, Connold, Edward T
20 Connold, Edward T BRITISH VEGETABLE GALLS in attractive leather binding
London Hutchison 1901 First Edition Leather Bound Fine 4to 11" - 13" tall 
xii, 312 pages; Very handsome green half morocco leather binding over cloth covered boards. Near Fine, light foxing to endpapers. Bookplate. Gilt coat-of-arms on binding. Illustrated by 130 photographic plates. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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