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Publisher: London, The Religious Tract Society: no date (c.1842)
Seller ID: 8976
Condition: Very Good condition
xii, 324 pp.; 24mo; pebbled, ribbon-embossed brown cloth; spine lettered and decorated in gilt, vignette of ship in gilt front cover; all edges gilt; endpapers on coated yellow stock. Vignette illustrations from engravings throughout. Embossed blindstamp of S. Benson, Worcester on top leading corner tip front endpaper. Label for Baxter, Binder, Close / 49 Bartholemew EW on lower inside edge of rear pastedown. Brown toning to parts of pages 5-11, otherwise clean and tight.The stories compiled mostly by the continuous conversation among the old sea Captain and a group of young boys. View more info
By: KUSKIN, KARLA.
Publisher: Harper & Row: (1962)
Seller ID: 8675
Condition: Very Good condition in Very Good jacket, with protective Mylar Wrap
8vo; illustrated blue paper over boards in illustrated blue jacket, with small 'K3' handstamp on corner of front flap. Price on upper flap corner but bottom edge clipped. Pastedowns with moderate offset tanning. View more info
By: The Gearharts.
Publisher: San Francisco, The Book Club of California: 2009
Edition: Limited Edition
Seller ID: 8000
Condition: Fine condition in Fine jacket
One of 900 copies for sale by the Book Club; 45 pp., frontis; 4to; brown cloth back lettered in gilt and tan paper over boards, paper title label front cover printed in black. Illustrated dust jacket. Illustrated with 25 color plates, including one folding, with facing text; with one loose print (The Lost Balloon, which illustrates the dust jacket). Afterword by Victoria Daily; A Note on the Gearhart Pinting Technique by Susan Futterman.The Gearhart sisters lived and worked in Pasadena, California, during the early 20th century, where they produced watercolors and prints that evoke the... View more info