New York: M. Evans and Company, 1967. First Edition. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Octavo. First Edition, bound in yellow paper covered boards, red cloth spine with gilt lettering spine. A fine copy in a very good+ dust jacket with fading dust jacket spine. 276 pp. A nice tight copy.
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Moscow (1978): Progress Publishers. First Edition. 8vo, 390 pages; original beige cloth, black laminated dust jacket, printed in blue and white. Importers label on rear panel: "Imported by Imported Publications, Inc......." Translated from the Russian by Kenneth Russell. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1901. Soft Cover. Octavo. 66 pages, with 3 fold out diagrams. Original printed boards, black cloth spine. Internally clean; minor soiling to boards; a very good copy, now quite scarce on the market.
Boston: Thomas Prince; Printer, 1852. LIMITED EDITION. Original Wraps. Octavo. 100 copies only printed, frontispiece, 24pp., small illustration on last page depicting a teepee and Indians, bound in original brown printed wrappers chipped at corners, small chip to rear panel at edge, little foxing to frontispiece and a little damp...
Baton Rouge: Army & Navy Publishing Company, 1946. First Edition. Hard Cover. Quarto. 175 pages. Illustrated in black and white. Issued without dust jacket. A fine copy.
New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1972. Second Printing. Four volumes, in original glassine dust jackets; large octavo, original black cloth spine over red cloth-covered boards. Internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind. A fine set, dust jackets are very good to fine.
New York: Kirk and Mercein, 1817. First American Edition. Hard Cover. Octavo. 8pp. publisher's 8 page catalog at front, folding map colored in outline, half-title, 208pp., bound in original boards, paper spine lettered in black; paper loss to head and foot, spine partially covered in old glassine; light offsetting of...
London: Hutchinson & Co., 1945. Original Wrappers. circa 1945. Bound in original light blue paper wrappers with black lettering. A very good+ copy with light foxing first few page edges. 58 pp. Scare.