New York: C. Bischoff & Co., ca. 1890s. 8vo (227 x 140 mm.), accordion fold with 11 panels, each displaying 3 or 4 dye-cloth samples numbered 1-36, 2-leaf pamphlet describing the treatment of each sample tipped in to first panel; original white printed wrappers (stained); cloth samples a bit wrinkled...
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London: Trubner & Co., 1882. 8vo, pp. vii, 170,  ads for linguistic publications by Trubner; later red cloth, gilt-lettered spine. Title leaf loose, likewise 1 internal gathering, ex-Mercantile Library with a modicum of rubberstamps; good. To this day, a useful reference. The 96 pages of ads provide another useful source.
Racine: Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Art, 1991. Large 8vo, pp. 22; illustrated throughout; fine in original pictorial wrappers. "This monograph was published in conjunction with the exhibition 'Walter Hamady: Handmade Books, Collages and Sculptures' organized by the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin March 17 - April 28, 1991."
San Marino, Ca. The Huntington Library, 1942. 8vo, pp. , 32, ; 3 illus. on rectos and versos of 2 plates, 2 facsimiles in text; fine in orig. printed orange wrappers. Attractive exhibition catalogue printed at the Ward Ritchie Press, Los Angeles.
Houston, TX: Museum of Fine Arts, 1980. Oblong 4to, (approx. 9" x 12"), pp, 48; photographic text illustrations; original tan paper covers, bookplate of John Howell - Books, original printed wrappers; generally fine. In a brown cloth clamshell box lettered in gilt on spine. A catalogue for an exhibition of...
Houston, TX: Museum of Fine Arts, 1980. Oblong 4to, (approx. 9" x 12"), pp. 48; photographic text illustrations; original tan paper covers, original printed wrappers; generally fine. A catalogue for an exhibition of the same name featuring 139 items, 29 of them with full descriptions and biographies of the artists.
Charlottesville, Virginia: The Bibliographic Society of the University of Virginia, 1963. First edition, 8vo, pp. , 82, ; frontispiece and 34 illustrations in the text, many being full-page facsimiles of printed or manuscript materials; Inscribed by Allen to Herbert Cahoon, with compiler's insciption on front free endpaper, typed letter from...
Charlottesville, VA: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1963. First edition, 8vo, pp. , 82, ; frontispiece and 34 illustrations in the text, many being full-page facsimiles of printed or manuscript materials; near fine in original red cloth lettered in gilt on spine. Descriptive entries and biographical essays to accompany the Grolier Club exhibit.
Worcester: . 8vo, pp. 137, original tan wrappers printed in orange, numerous facsimiles throughout. Handsome exhibition catalogue printed at the Stinehour Press detailing rare and early examples of Americana.
New York: American Art Association, 1938-9. 4 vols., large 8vo; illustrated throughout; original cream wrappers; spines a bit darkened and rubbed, some creases at the corners, overall a very good set with sporadic pencil notations. Rosenbach led the bidding at the sale which included the 1462 Fust and Schoeffer Bible...
New York: The American Art Association, 1913. First edition, 4to, unpaginated; original brown half calf over tan cloth, t.e.g.; spine scuffed, cloth a bit dirty, stains to fore edges; a good, sound copy with pencil and pen notations in the margin throughout commenting on buyers, prices, and contents of lots.....
Forth Worth: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, 1975. First edition, 4to, pp. vii, , 192; black and white frontispiece, illustrations, many in color, throughout, text in double column; original cloth in white pictorial dust jacket; textblock a bit cockled from damp, else very good. Presentation copy from the Lincoln National Corporation.
Minneapolis: Andersen & Foss Typesetting Company, ca. 1930. Small 8vo, pp. 140; illustrations; original stiff brown wrappers printed in brown and green; covers a bit creased, light wear, else very good. Minnesota Historical Society only in OCLC.
Jamaica, NY: The Marion Press, 1901. First edition, 8vo, pp. xv, 125 ; light edgewear, else about very good in original green wrappers.
New York: Arthur C. Vernay Incorporated, . First edition, 4to, pp. 227, ; plain photographic illustrations throughout; original grey printed boards, spine foot pulled, additional minor shelf wear, else very good and sound.
Washington: G.P.O. for the Library of Congress, 1915. First edition, 8vo, pp. 329; portrait frontis; orig. tan morocco-backed boards, gilt lettering direct on spine, t.e.g.; spine scuffed and with one crack at the top, otherwise good and sound. "Notable collection of early printed books … entrusted by Mrs. John Boyd.....
Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird & Co, n.d.. [ca. 1880]. Single sheet folded to make 4 pages, small folio, printed in double column on blue paper; top and bottom edges a little ragged, else near fine. 200-odd titles listed alphabetically by author. Burndy Library and Winterthur only in OCLC.
New York: published by the Society, 1890. First edition, 8vo, pp. x, 107; very good in black binder's cloth, black morocco label; ex-MHS.
New York: Geo. A. Leavitt, 1884. 8vo, pp. viii, 434; fine in recent mustard cloth, printed paper label on spine. Includes a 4-p. account of Murphy and his library, and more than 3100 lots. Mackay 3051.
Mannheim: Franz Bausback, 1980. Square 8vo, pp. 49; color photographic illustrations; original cream pictorial wrappers; about fine.
[Paris: Centre Culturel Américain, ca. 1958]. First edition, small 4to, pp. 142; illustrations (mostly photographic) on plates throughout; very good in original photographically illustrated stiff wrappers. Exhibition catalogue.
[Washington, D.C.]: Folger Shakespeare Library / Harry N. Abrams, Inc., . First edition, 8vo, pp. 271, ; 244 illustrations including 14 full-color plates, fine copy in fine dust jacket.
[London]: Sotheby & Co., 1960. 8vo, pp. 103, ; illus.; some pencil notations, else very good copy in original green wrappers with the prices realized.
Saint Paul, Minnesota: Creative Communications, ca. 1985. Tall 4to, unpaged; original grey spiral bound wrappers printed in red; fine. Lists hundreds of type samples. Not in OCLC.
London: privately published by the author, 1947-49. 3 volumes, large 8vo, front hinges cracked in vols. I and II; ex-R.I. State College set with their bookplates and marks; original orange cloth lettered in gilt on spiones; spines fadded; a good set. Bookplates of Jacob Chernofsky.