New Britain, CT: G. Bridge and E. Cunningham, 1968. Wraps. Limited Edition. 10 pp. Monocolor ills. Tiny little book ( 1.5" ) written by a 9-year old was printed in an edition of 100. Printed in purple on lavendar paper, it's a poem about her favorite color, violet. Stock wraps covered with self jacket in tiny checkerboard pattern in purple on white. Silver-spattered white eps. By hand, at back "Designed and Executed by Robert E. Massmann," (a noted name in miniatures). Fine.
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Concord, MA: Robert D. Naiva, 1975. Full Leather. First Edition. An absolutely exquisite miniature two-volume leather edition. Each volume is the account of the Battle of Concord from the American and English perspective. Full blue leather, gold embossed title in a blue coth slipcase that has light wear and scuffing from shelf wear. Each volume pristine within. One of 2,000 copies; printed by Joh. Enschede en Zonen, Haarlem, Holland; bound by Reliure du Centre S.A., Limoges, France. Fine.
Boston: William Hyde, 1831. Hardcover. 192 pp. Subtitle: "Revised at her request by Rev. Isaac Watts, D.D. with Notices of her life compiled by Rev. William Jenks, D.D." Tiny brown book has small paper label on spine. Edgewear at all extremities. Bumped and worn corners. Tiny pencil p.o. on ffep. Occasional minor foxing. Binding tight, book clean. Devotional messages from a woman whose life spanned 1674 - 1737. Very Good.