London: Chapman and Hall, 1845. Full Leather. Twelfth Edition. 175 pp. 12mo. 13 illustrations. Full red leather binding with bold embossed titling to cover as well as a holly sprig, borders on both front and rear boards; five raised band at spine, gold titling, and green leather patch titles that have faded to brown. Slight fading along top edge of front cover, light wear and bumping. Interior front and rear boards have gold dentelle boarder with Sangorki and Sutcliffe label embossed on front board. Clean and crisp within. Very Good.
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Stockholm, WI: Midnight Paper Sales, 1999. Hard Cover. First Edition. The text was handset in Joanna with Delphian Open Titling. Three full-page, multicolor wood engravings with initial letters to open the three sections; a two-panel engraving for the title page. The book is printed on Zerkall mould-made paper. Hand-bound into boards by the Campbell-Logan Bindery.
Copy #143 of 220, enclosed in a slipcase, signed by Dufresne and Schanilec. Fine.
Sauvage, Sylvain. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1937. Hardcover. Limited Edition. First Limited Editions Club Edition. viii, 190 pp. 4to. Green cloth board with an illustration of two main characters on cover board, titling in gold to cover and spine. Clean and crisp within. Black paper covered slipcase in Good condition with some chipping and losses at spine and top joint, original paper label on spine.
Designed by Edward A. Miller and illustrated by Sylvain Sauvage. Produced in an edition of 1500 copies, this is copy #1478 and signed by Sylvain Sauvage at the colophon. Very Good.
Brock, H. M. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1935. Quarter Leather. Limited Edition. viii, [i], 132 pp. 8vo. Clean, crisp copy with very minor darkening to vellum spine. Slipcase last slight wear and scuffing, printed title and copy # written on spine.
Originally published in 1934, this Birthday Edition was published in an edition of 600 copies, signed by the author and illustrator, this being copy #220. Very Good.
Dine, Jim. San Francisco, CA: The Arion Press, 1997. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Arion Press Edition. 68 pp. Gray/green cloth covered boards with titling to cover and spine in dark green ink, gray laid paper endpapers. Includes a photo of the figurine that was the artist, Jim Dine's inspiration tipped in at page 19, and a photogravure of a portion of the artist's sculpture at page 22. Printed in Times New Roman type on Hahnemuhle Biblio paper.
226 copies produced, of the 200 offered for sale, 75 reserved for the companion volume, "Ape & Cat", 26 lettered copies "hors de commerce", this is copy 95 of 125 offered to the public. Four sheet accordion fold prospectus included. This does not include the even more.....
New York/Norwalk, CT: Abrams Press/Easton Press, 2009. Full Leather. Facsimile Edition. 223 pp. 4to. Full green leather binding with gold stamped title to cover and spine which is decorated with three raised bands; Rockwell illustration of Santa reading letters at a small desk inset on cover. Gold silk ribbon, moire endpapers, all edges gilt.
Easton Press packaged the 2009 reprint edition of as one of their leather bound books. No Easton Press imprint to be found, but perfectly matches their style. Fine.
London: Heinemann, 1930. Hardcover. First Edition. First Printing. 539 pp. 8vo. Dust jacket has very minimnal scuffing, and contains original wrap around "belly band" indicating that this book was a choice of the Book Society. Black cloth boards with gilt titling to spine as well as Tomlinson's signature in gold on front board. Clean within. Housed in custom black cloth slipcase and chemise. First issue due to error at title on p. 67 printed incorrectly, "Our All Yesterdays."
Signed by Tomlinson on the first free endpaper. Very good / Very Good.
New York, NY: Warner Books, 1997. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. 42 pp. 12mo. Slight scuffing to Dust Jacket from shelf wear; in mylar cover. Clean and crisp, never read with remainder mark along bottom edge.
Signed boldly on first free end paper by Mr. Travolta in seller's presence. Very Good / Very Good.