WINGS OVER POLAND: THE STORY OF THE 7TH (KOSCIUSZKO) SQUADRON OF THE POLISH AIR SERVICE, 1919, 1920, 1921Murray, Kenneth Malcolm 8vo. Red cloth. 363 pp. Black and white frontispiece, map endpapers. Signed by Murray and five others to the half title. At least two of the other signers (Emile H. Burgin and Evelyn de Seversky) were aviators of the time period. Shelfwear. Some fraying to the cloth at the spine ends. Spine sun-faded. Soiling to covers. Some light foxing to interior. Overall very good minus, no jacket. Scarce.
Dikshitar, V. R. Ramachandra 8vo. Cloth. 392 pp. Light shelfwear. Some dust soiling to top of textblock, with a couple small stains to fore-edges. Previous owner's signature to front free endpaper. Jacket with light sunning to spine and edges, some rubbing and wear to edges, and a few small closed tears. Jacket price clipped. Overall very good in a very good jacket.
Waring, R. N. 8vo. Quarter brown cloth over paper-covered boards (hardcover). 60 pp. Two blueprint illustrations and a number of genalogical charts. Rubbing and wear to exterior. Front hinge exposed. Musty. A few pencil notes. Very good minus.
Friedrich Weiss-Frey (compiled by) Second edition, limited to 225 copies. 8vo. Bound in plain, unmarked brown cloth. 273 pp. Color frontispiece, black and white plates, folding genealogical pedigree in pocket at rear. Light bumping to corners, light shelfwear, else very good plus, no jacket.
Townsend, Annette Edition limited to 500. 8vo. Blue cloth. 215 pp. Black and white illustrations. Rubbing and wear to edges and corners, with some chipping and fraying to head of spine. Spine cocked and slightly faded. Light toning to page edges. Very good, no jacket.
Garcia Martinez, Florentino, and Eibert J. C. Tigchelaar Volume Two only. 8vo. Cloth. v, 628-1360 pp. Superficial shelfwear. Some dust soiling to page edges. Jacket sun-faded at spine and with light edgewear. Near fine in a very good plus jacket.
Andersen, Hans Christian. Translated by Patricia L. Conroy and Sven H. Rossel Limited edition, number 17 of 300 signed by illustrator Helge Ernst. Blue cloth, top edges gilt. 77 pp. Light shelfwear. Slight bumping to corners. Light soiling to head of spine. Very good plus.
Printing the Talmud: A History of the Individual Treatises Printed from 1700-1750 (Brill’s Series in Jewish Studies) (Brill’s Jewish Studies) (English and Hebrew Edition)Heller, Marvin Large 8vo. Cloth. 390 pp. Light shelfwear. Corners bumped. Some soiling to top of textblock. Jacket with light wear at the edges. Very good in a very good jacket.
Broyles, Craig C; Evans, Dr Craig A Two volume set. 8vo. Cloth. 829 pp. in toto, continuously paginated. Superficial shelfwear. Slight bumping to corners. Jackets with some wrinlking at edges. Very good plus in very good plus jackets.
Urbani, Rossana, & Guido Nathan Zazzu Two volume set. 8vo. Cloth. 1138 pp. in toto, continuously paginated. Light shelfwear. Some soiling to top of textblock in volume I. Jackets with superficial shelfwear. Very good plus in very good plus jackets.
Elliott, Henry W. 8vo. Original brown cloth. 277 pp. Light shelfwear, with some rubbing to joints and spine ends. Previous owner's name in pencil to front pastedown. Endpapers foxed. Some light foxing to interior. Very good minus overall. Elliott traveled to Alaska to investigate the fur trade, seal fisheries, native population, and more for the Treasury Department. This report is the result of that effort.
Boucard, A. First edition. 8vo. Pebbled brown cloth. viii, 204 pp. Frontispiece portrait of Boucard. Light wear to exterior. Head of spine faded and with the cloth chipped/frayed. Spine slightly cocked. Hinges tender and partially exposed. Front free endpaper with an old dealer price and notes in pencil. Boucard's address on the Isle of Wight stamped to title page, with a number stamped above the publishing date. 'Field Columbian Museum Library' embossed to same (this appears to be the only library marking). Interior appears otherwise clean. Gutter partially exposed at p. 79. Very good minus overall.
B. J. Van Eyk 8vo. Green cloth. 222 pp. Text in Dutch. Inscribed by Van Eyk to fellow scientist Arthur Loeb on the front free endpaper. Light shelfwear. Spine sun-faded, with some slight fraying at the ends. Stain to bottom edge of pastedowns, with toning to endpapers and offsetting to front endpapers from a couple laid-in pieces of paper. Very good, no jacket.
Cassirer, Ernst Volume II only. 8vo. Marbled paper-covered boards with leather spine label. 320 pp. Text in German. Moderate to heavy rubbing to spine, edges, and corners. Spine sun-faded. Two previous owner names to front free endpaper (one penciled, one stamped in ink). Occasional pencil tics in the margins. Overall very good, no jacket.
THE ARCHITECTURE OF SIR ROGER PRATT, CHARLES II’s COMMISSIONER FOR THE REBUILDING OF LONDON AFTER THE GREAT FIREGunther, R. T., edited First edition. 8vo. Cream cloth. 312 pp. Bookplate of Melvin Edward Jahn to front pastedown. Many leaves still uncut. Light shelfwear. Light soiling to covers. Very good plus, no jacket.