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London: Bradbury, Agnew, & Co., [n.d.] (circa late 1800's). 3 volumes, 8vo, pp. 320; 304; 308; 30 hand-colored etchings and numerous woodcuts by John Leech, full contemporary polished tree calf by Mansell, a.e.g., marbled endpapers, armorial bookplate on front pastedowns, some light toning, hinges weak, spine ends chipped, 'Rome' binding seared at edges and spine, covers detatched; internally very clean and bright.
Denver: 1957. Square 8vo, pp. ; illustrated throughout; original gold foil covers with Hirschfeld crest and title in blue on the upper cover; foil a little rubbed, but very good. With a typed letter from the president of the company Edward Hirschfeld laid in, as issued. The 50-year celebration publication of the famous Denver press.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska, 1982. Edition limited to 195 copies, 8vo, pp. 64; 4 full-page illustrations printed in green; original gray cloth, printed wrap-around label on upper cover and spine; fine. Printed on a Washington press with Romulus type and Cancellersca display on Ragston paper by Kathleene West and Don Knoepfler.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska, 1982. Edition limited to 150 copies (this, no. 99), 4to, pp. 38, ; text in double column; 2 wood engravings by McCurdy; original brown paper wrappers, wrap-around label on spine and upper cover; fine. Printed by Harry Duncan on Japanese etching paper.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska, 1984. Edition limited to 250 copies (this, no. 146), 8vo, pp. 59, ; fine in original tan cloth, printed wraparound label on spine and upper cover. Printed by Harry Duncan from Walbaum types and the artist's original woodblocks on Ingres Antique laid paper.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska, 1983. First edition limited to 290 copies (this, no. 95 and one of 198 copies printed on Rising book paper), 8vo, pp. 79, ; frontispiece; original cream-colored linen, printed paper label on spine; fine. Printed by Harry Duncan, Roger C. Nielson, and Alison Wilson.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska, 1983. Edition limited to 290 copies (this, no. 73), large 8vo, pp. ; printed in red and black; fine in original burnt orange paper wrappers, printed paper label on upper cover; stitched in the Oriental style; fine. Printed by Harry Duncan from Joanna and Perpetua types on Goyu paper.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska, 1981. First edition limited to 290 copies (this, no. 285), 8vo, pp. 51, ; printed in red and black; original sheep (?) backed paper-covered boards, printed paper label on spine; fine. Dedicated to Richard Lattimore. Printed on Ingres-Fabriano paper from Bembo type, Joanna italic and Octavian capitals and Perpetua initials, by Harry Duncan and Mark Watson.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska, 1977. Edition limited to 200 copies (this, no. 197), 8vo, pp. 59, ; printed in tan and black; original black cloth-backed paste-paper boards, printed paper label on spine; front hinge starting, otherwise fine. Signed by the author or the title page.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions & the Cummington Press, University of Nebraska, 1974. First edition limited to 430 copies, square 4to, pp. ; 8 drawings by Mall; original tan cloth, illustrated paper label on upper cover; fine. Printed by Harry Duncan, with Robert Fritzmeier and Nicholas Wees on Ragston paper.
[Willetts Point, N.Y.]: printed on the Battalion Press, Corpl. Carmichael & Pvt. Redfield, printers, 1873. 4to, pp. , 16-23,  (i.e. 7 leaves); errata slip tipped in between the first and second leaves; original printed yellow wrappers; nibbling along the bottom edge; all else very good. There are several small ink corrections in a contemporary hand (authorial?). Hagley Museum & Library and Buffalo Historical Museum are the only copies located in OCLC where 13 titles are listed as being printed at the Battalion Press 1872-76, but by 1882 at least 50 had been published.
Monterey: [Blue Suede Shoes, 1971]. 4to,  leaves mimeo-printed on rectos only; original green pictorial front wrapper, without a back wrapper, apparently as issued; top of wrapper with newsprint shadow; all else very good. Contributors include Anselm Hollo, Tom Clark, Anne Waldman, Patrick Nolan, Michael-Sean Lazarchuk, and Keith Abbott, among others.
Montreal, Canada: McGill University, 1931. 8vo; pp. 97; 11 plates printed recto/verso, frontispiece; good or better copy in original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover. Scuffing on lower cover exposing underlying boards, call numbers lettered in white ink on spine. Bookplate showing that the book was donated to library by the author.
Montreal: Medical Museum, McGill University, 1939. Second edition, revised and indexed, 8vo, pp. xiii, , 163; frontispiece, 1 plate, and full-page facsimiles throughout text; ex-library copy minimally marked, some wear to extremities with top spine end chipped away, good and sound in original dark blue cloth lettered in gilt on front cover and spine.