Very Good. 433 pp. including index. Interior is near fine (library stamp on copyright page). Spine rubbed (presumably from removed library label) and worn on edges; pictorial cover scuffed, some of the gilt worn off. 72 plates, including 8 in color. Very good foldout map in color.
Publisher: The Bibliophile Society, Boston, MA
Date published: 1905
Description: Very Good. Limited edition of 447 copies on white Italian handmade paper. Vol. 1, unpag; vol. 2, 65 pp. Quartos, gilt, vellum and boards. Both vols. free end papers foxed, exteriors soiled; interiors fine. Many pages unopened. The first vol. reproduces in facsimile Rossetti's handwritten translation of "Henry the Leper, " an early monument of German poetry circa 1200. The handsomely illus. second vol. prints the text in a Gothic-style typeface with an introduction by W.P. Trent. Read More
Description: 1st edition, 212 pp. 8vo, silver lettering on cover and spine. Near fine in near fine dj with protective book cover. Junior high school student must face the fact that his father is plunging fast into serious mental illness. Jacket art by Ronald Him ler. Read More
Publisher: Calmann-Levy, Paris
Description: Very Good Plus. 375 pp. Rebound in brown marbled paper with leather spine. Five raised bands on spine, gilt lettering. Corners worn. Top edge gilt. Marbled eps. Old "Bibliotheque Contemporaine" paper covers bound in. Read More