Platt, Joseph B. (cover illustration).
Greenwich, Conn. Conde Nast Publications. 08- 1924. Volume XLVI. Number Two. August 1924, issue of magazine, illustrated in color and black and white, 128pp, 12 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches, color pictorial wrappers as issued. Light wear to front covers, previous owner's ink stamp to... Item #46346
Homer, Winslow (illus).
11-26- 1859. Full page woodengraving from Harper's Weekly magazine November 26,1859; image size approx 9 x 14". Good condition, please enquire for specifics. Item #28233
19TH CENTURY BRITISH DRAMAS)
(Camden) London, England. John Cumberland. No date. Ca. 1830s - 1840s. Collection of five 18th and 19th century British dramas ("printed from the acting copy, etc.) to which is added Colman’s "The Iron Chest" dated 1796. Frontispieces to the first five dramas by either Wageman or Cruikshank. The five are... Item #54291
Johnston, Arnrid (illus).
London. Transatlantic Arts. 1944. Full page color lithographic illustrations, black and white in-text illustrations, 47pp, 10 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches, pictorial paper covered boards with blue cloth spine (hardbound). Good condition; short closed tear at top of spine, general light wear to extremities, previous owner's name... Item #46833
AIRMAIL AVIATION / PIGEONS) Hanson, Elisha.
Washington, D.C. National Geographic Society. 01- 1926. January 1926 issue of the magazine, in paper wrappers as issued, generally good condition, little soiling, 'pigeons' written on spine. Interesting articles: 'Man's Feathered Friends of Longest Standing' about pigeons (by Hanson); beautiful fullpage color illustrations by Hashime Murayama; "On the... Item #26048
ALABAMA - MOBILE)
New York. Harper's Weekly. 02-02- 1884. Single page b/w wood engraving, 9 x 13.25", good condition, extremely soft crease in middle barely noticeable from front. Item #28621
Anderson, Bernice G.
Chicago. Rand McNally & Company. 1939. Two-color and black and white full page and in-text illustrations, unpaginated,8 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches, color pictorial paper covered boards (hardbound). Covers rubbed and lightly soiled; pencil inscription on front paste-down, a couple of small red crayon marks on front endpaper and one... Item #48805
ANDES - BOLIVIA / PERU)
Washington, D.C. National Geographic Society. 02- 1927. February 1927 issue of the magazine, in paper wrappers as issued, generally good condition . With map supplement. Interesting article: "High Lights in the Peruvian and Bolivian Andes" by W. Robert Moore with 18 full-color illustrations. Contains a special map supplement of Maryland... Item #28041
ANTIQUE MAP PRICING)
A Catalogue of Maps of America from the Middle of the Sixteenth to the Middle of the Nineteenth Centuries. WITH A Catalogue of Rare Maps of America from the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries. TWO 1920s ANTIQUE MAP CATALOGS.
London. The Museum Book Store. 1924and 1927. TWO PAPER BOUND CATALOGUES, each 9 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches, 80 and 92pp, light wear and toning to covers, overall very good condtition. A fascinating look at availability and pricing of antique maps before the Depression. In general pricing is in the... Item #54280
ARCTIC EXPLORATION - FIRST FLIGHT TO NORTH POLE)
Washington, D.C. National Geographic Society. 09- 1926. September 1926 issue of the magazine, in paper wrappers as issued, Wear to covers (creasing and small tears, lower spine split, interior in very good condition. With Map of North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Eastern Tennessee. Article "The First Flight to the... Item #27398
ARIZONA - TUCSON)
Tucson, Arizona. Arizona Land Title and Trust Company. No date. Ca. 1948. Folded brochure (8 ¾ x 4 inches) opening, on one side, to a color cartoon map of Tucson (17 ½ x 19 ½ inches) and, on the other, a map of Tucson and Vicinity (19 ½ x 17... Item #54299
ASIA / JELLYFISH)
Washington, D.C. National Geographic Society. 08- 1926. August 1926 issue of the magazine, in paper wrappers as issued, good condition, . Interesting articles: "Through the Great River Trenches of Asia: National Geographic Society Explorer Follows the Yangtze, Mekong, and Salwin Through Mighty Gorges, Some of Whose Canyon Walls Tower to... Item #26026
AVIATION / FRANCE - PARIS)
Gamy (Marguerite Montaut) (illus).
Paris. Mabileau & Co. Copyright 1909. Color lithograph, matted, visible image approximately 33 x 14 inches. The lithograph was matted and framed in the 1980s, but will be removed from the frame for delivery. Visible image is very good; however, based on other prints framed at... Item #51987
AVIATION) Byrd, Richard E. et al.
Washington, D.C. National Geographic Society. 09- 1927. September 1927 issue of the magazine, light wear to covers, top of spine splitting, paper loss to bottom of spine, interior in very good condition. Interesting article: 'Our Transatlantic Flight' by Richard Byrd. Item #39724
Boston. The Wheelman Company. 12-25- 1891. Magazine devoted to bicycling enthusiasts (women included) and "good roads" advocates. Pp 221-248. Light vertical folds (to fit in pocket?) Numerous articles and advertisements devoted to all aspects of bicycling, with a number of adds devoted to the newest trends in bicycle manufacturing. Also... Item #54284
Lindgren, Jolly (illus).
Spokane, Wash. Lindgren-Turner Co. No date. Ca. 1950. Oversized color postcard illustrated with a color pictographic map, 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Very good condition. Comic map of California from the Lindgren Brothers publishers of Spokane, Washington. Verso text: King Size Mapcard, Lindgren-Turner Co. A 3 cent stamp is called for. Item #38648
Raisz, Erwin (cartographer).
Cambridge, MA. "Institute of Geographical Exploration, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. in 1949" as printed in bottom right margin. To the left to this text, in smaller font, is "Lithographed by AMS, 9-50". 1950. First Edition. Tri-color (brown, green, black) topographical map of Canada, 29 3/4 x 36... Item #54260
New York. Street & Smith Publications. 1902. 222pp, 7 x 5 inches, color pictorial paper wrappers (softbound). Covers fair with paper loss to upper right corner of front cover, some edge tears, soiling and chips; interior good with corner chips to last few pages (affecting a minimal amount of text)... Item #49574
CATS - FUZZY BOOKS)
Racine, WI. Whitman. 1947. Color illustrations throughout, several with fuzzy texture, unpaginated (approx. 10pp), 10" x 9.5", color pictorial wrappers (softbound). Good to very good condition: light soiling and edgewear to cover, soft creasing to corners of a couple of pages. Item #34885
CENTRAL ASIA / SICILY) Morden, William J.
Washington, D.C. National Geographic Society. 10- 1927. October 1927 issue of the magazine, in paper wrappers as issued, Split to top of spine, otherwise very good condition . Interesting articles: "By Coolie and Caravan Across Central Asia" by William J. Morden (with 74 illustrations) and "Sicily: Island of Vivid Beauty... Item #28045
CHEKHOV) Tchekov, Anton.
Cambridge, England. Anmer Hall. 05- 1930. Program for Anmer Hall's Festival Theatre (Cambridge) production of Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" directed by Tyrone Guthrie in Constance Garnett's translation. Program 8 ¼ x 6 inches with eccentric pagination (26 pp. including covers) Program features a short article "The Playing of Hamlet by... Item #54297
CHINA - CENTRAL ASIA)
Washington, D.C. National Geographic Society. 02- 1926. February 1926 issue of the magazine, in paper wrappers as issued, very good condition. Interesting articles: "The Road to Wang Ye Fu. An Account of the work of the National Geographic Society's Central-China Expedition in the Mongol Kingdom" by Frederick R. Wulsin with... Item #28037
CHINA - SOUTHEAST COAST)
Newsmap for the Armed Forces. 291st Week of the War - 173rd Week of U.S. Participation. Monday, 9 April, 1945.
New York. Army Information Branch. 04-09- 1945. Volume III, No. 51F. Poster, color map on one side, sheet 35 x 47 inches, folded to 8 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches as issued. Text and three smaller maps on verso. Very good condition. Large color map "China Southeast Coast" from Shanghai... Item #39043
CHINESE BEAD JEWELRY) Fenstermaker, G. B. with Alice T. Williams
Lancaster, PA. Author-published. 1979. Staple-bound book in paper wraps; 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches; 51 numbered pp; 30 illustrations in color. Rear cover lists 14 bead-related publications available from G. B. Fenstermaker. Signature on title page (family member of author) otherwise excellent clean condition. The authors provide a translation... Item #54301
Philadelphia. David McKay. No date. Ca. 1900. Fifth Edition. 10 attractive chromolithographic illustrations, 586pp, 7¾ x 5½ inches, color pictorial cloth covered boards (hardbound). TITLE PAGE MISSING. Covers softly rubbed with light fraying to head of spine cover; decorative bookplate to front paste-down, inscription in pencil on front free endpaper... Item #47177