Amsterdam: Elzevir, 1656. 12mo. 404pp. Engraved title. Contemporary vellum, manuscript lettering on spine. Provenance: Princes of Liechtenstein (bookplate). Willems 1193; Copinger 186; Brunet I, 633; Berghman 1408; Berghman Supplement 332; Rahir 1216; Tchemerzine I, 427.
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T. Fisher Unwin, 1915. 41 pp.
Ithica, New York: Cornell University Press, 1988. First edition. 8vo. Original blue cloth; dust jacket.
Paris: Bloud & Gay, 1918. 224 pp. modest paper browned else a good to very good copy in original wrappers. an unopened copy.
Dutton, 1919. First. 433 pp.
Paris: Alain de Gourcuff, 1998. Oblong. 236 pages. Original pictorial boards; pictorial clamshell case. FIRST EDITION. The watercolors reproduced in the book are taken from the Centre historique des Archives nationales, Paris.
Dublin: Maunsel & Co, 1916.
Dillingham, 1895. 158 pp. minor foxing to edges else a very good copy in original pinkish cloth with silver stamped spine and cover.
Paris: Magimel, 1793. 12mo. 312 pages. Contemporary French mottled sheep, gilt-lettered and -ruled on spine. Fine copy of this French military manual.
New York: The Book Collectors League, n.d. Ten volumes, 8vo. Plates. Early 20th-century half brown morocco, marbled boards, spines gilt, stamped "Notre Dame Edition" at foot, top edges gilt. A fine set, with slightest wear at extremities, but no chips or damage. Comprises Les Miserables, Hans of Iceland, Dramas, Toilers.....
Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1959. 4to. 149pp. 79 black-and-white illustrations. Original cloth; dust jacket. A very good copy in a bright if slightly shelfworn jacket. FIRST EDITION.
Haarlem: The Limited Editions Club, 1972. Limited edition, number 605 of 1500 copies signed by the illustrator. Folio. Illustrated by René Ben Sussan. Original floral-decorated cloth; original glassine; publisher's board slipcase. Translated from the French by Arthur Machen. Selected by J. Rives Childs.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1978. Limited edition, number 605 of 1600 copies signed by the illustrator. Folio. Illustrated by May Néama. Original cloth-backed patterned boards; original glassine; publisher's board slipcase. Introduction by Guy de Maupassant. Comprising: A Simple Heart, The Legends of Saint Julian, and Herodias.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1968. Limited edition, number 848 of 1500 copies signed by the illustrator. Folio. Illustrated by Bernard Lamotte. Original blue decorated cloth; original glassine; publisher's board slipcase. Introduction by Alec Waugh.
Harpers, 1859. 361 pp.
Paris: Imprimerie des Hospices Civils, an XI [1802-1803]. Three parts in one volume, 4to (250 x 197 mm). viii, 200; , 67; , 16 pp. Half-title. Folding table at end. Late 19th-/early 20th-century boards. Provenance: Bibliothèque Imperiale (inkstamp on some text leaves and table, duplicate stamp). FIRST EDITION. Contains a....
Paris: Imprimerie Royale, 1786, 1788. 4to (235 x 188 mm). 128, vi pp. Folding table. 20th-century leather-backed boards. Some intermittent pale foxing. Provenance: occasional ink annotations in a contemporary hand supplementing the information provided in the text; Bibliothèque Imperiale (inkstamp on some text leaves and table, duplicate stamp); later pencil...
[Paris]: 1785-1786. 4to (231 x 183 mm). 44pp. Three large folding engraved plates. Late 19th-/early 20th-century boards. Intermittent foxing. Provenance: with contemporary ink annotations in French on the title identifying designers of other plans; Bibliothèque Imperiale (inkstamp on some text leaves and plates, duplicate stamp); Louis Greenbaum (bookplate). [BOUND WITH:].....
Dodd, Mead and Co, 1891.