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1. A Carlson, Eric Josef. Marriage and the English Reformation. Wiley-Blackwell, 1994. 304 pages. The top right corner is bumped and there is a small rubbed spot to the bottom of the spine. The dust jacket has some wear to the edges and small tears at the edge of the front flap. Ihe text is clean and free from marking. A solid copy of this rare title. $255.00

2. Adams, W. H. Davenport. IN THE FAR EAST, A NARRATIVE OF EXPLORATION AND ADVENTURE IN COCHIN CHINA, CAMBODIA, LAOS, AND SIAM. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1879. 1st Edition. 208 pages. This is the 1879 first edition. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A few small stains to the boards. Gold-illustrated front cover and spine. A few small stains to the boards. Gold-illustrated front cover and spine. Scarce in first edition. With quite a few nice woodcut illustrations. $115.00

3. Alcock, R.C. THE ALPHABETS OF THE BRITISH LINE ENGRAVED STAMPS. Bristol, England: Harvey Barton & Son Ltd. , 1936. 80 pages. Some discoloration and slight soiling to the light grey cloth binding. Corners are slightly bumped. The binding is tight. There are 45 fold-out plates protected by tissue guards. All plates are present and in very good condition. A rare and important British philatelic book. This one just does not show up very often. $250.00

4. An American & George Rose. A Letter on the Genius and Dispositions of the French Government, Including a View of the Taxation of the French Empire. Bound together with "Observations Respecting the Public Expenditure, & the Influence of the Crown", by George Rose. 1810. Philadelphia & London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1810. This is a leather bound volume containing three separate publication bound together. The first two are listed in the title. The George Rose publication is a second edition published in London in 1810. The third item is "Speech, of the Rt. Hon. William Windham, in the House of Commons, May the 26th, 1809, on Mr. Curwen's Bill, For Better Security Independence and Purity of Parliament, by Preventing the Procuring or Obtaining of Seats by Corrupt Practices". Bound in brown half leather, with leather spine and corners with marbled paper boards. There is wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Some discoloration to the covers and the corners are bumped and rubbed through. The text block is sound and the pages are clean and tightly bound. $150.00

5. Anderson, G. Reid. THE ABBEYS OF SCOTLAND. London: James Clarke and Co, . 188 pages. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Dust jacket has tears and chips to the edges. $8.95

6. Archives Nationales. LA REVOLUTION FRANCAISE A TRAVERS LES ARCHIVES. Des Etats Generaux au 18 Brumaire. Archives de France. Paris: Archives Nationales, 1988. 438 pages. VG in VG dust jacket. With wonderful photographic illustrations, transcriptions and descriptions of the original historic documents dealing with the French Revolution. Text is in French, but there is also an accompanying booklet which translates some of the text into English. A large and beautiful publication.  $45.00

7. Atiya, Aziz S. Crusade, Commerce and Culture. Indiana University Press, 1962. 280 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Binding is tight and the pages are clean. $7.50

8. Atkinson, Tom. The Empty Lands: A Guidebook to the North of Scotland from Ullapool to Cape Wrath. Luath Press Limited, Barr, Ayrshire, 1995. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $7.50

9. Australia Story Trust. Displaying New Guinea to the Philippines. Sydney, Australia: Australia Story Trust, 1945. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. A few rubbed and scuffed spots to the covers. $15.00

10. Barbero, Alessandro. Charlemagne. Folio Society edition. Folio Society, 2006. New condition. Still in the original publisher's shrink wrap. $55.00

11. Baron, Hans. In Search of Florentine Civic Humanism: Essays on the Transition from Medieval to Modern Thought. Volume 1. Princeton University Press, 1988. 297 pages. Light wear to the binding. The dust jacket has some fading to the spine and a small stain on the spine. A scarce title. $75.00

12. Bates, H.W. Illustrated Travels: A Record of Discovery, Geography, and Adventure. Volumes 3-4. New York: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, 1900. This is volumes 3 and 4 of the set. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners are rubbed through and bumped. $100.00

13. Beebe, William. Edge of the Jungle. Garden City Publishing Co, 1921. 303 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $6.00

14. Bell & Bain Printers. View of the Merchant's House of Glasgow: Containing Historical Notices of Its Origin, Constitution and Property, and of the Charitable Foundations Which Administers. Glasgow, Scotland: Bell & Bain, 1866. 672 pages. 1866 printing. Large decorated green cloth covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some darkening and a few soiled spots to the covers. A large and heavy book, which would require additional postage for international or priority shipping. Some of the Pages untrimmed at the top. $65.00

15. Beloch, Israel & Alzira Alves de Abreu. Dicionario Historico-Biografico Brasileiro, 1930-1983. Complete set of four volumes. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Forensa-Universitaria, 1984. Complete set of four volumes. The text is in Portuguese. Light wear to the bindings. Overall near very good condition. A large and heavy set. For international orders, please inquire as to extra postage costs. $175.00

16. Benjamin Count of Rumford . Essays: Political, Economical and Philosophical. Volume I only. Boston: Manning & Loring, 1798. 112 pages. 1798 printing. Softbound covers. The front cover is completely missing and the back cover is about 80% present, with chips and pieces missing from the edges. The text block is tight and the pages are complete. Some browning to the pages in places, heavier in certain portions of the text. $58.00

17. Benson, Elizabeth P.. Death and the Afterlife in Pre-Columbian America. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1975. 196 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Ink underlining on 10 pages, and 4 pages have paper clip marks. $19.50

18. Berry, William. ENCYCLOPEDIA HERALDICA, OR COMPLETE DICTIONARY OF HERALDRY. Set of three volumes. London: Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper, 1828. Set of three volumes. The volumes are rebound in brown buckram. Volumes I and II are an alphabetical dictionary of thousands of heraldry terms. Volume III is a plate volume, with hundreds of illustrations of coat-of-arms. A fabulous early heraldry set. $450.00

19. Bertelli, Sergio. Il Re, La Vergine, La Sposa. Eros, Maternita e Potere Nella Cultura Figurativa Europa. Rome, Italy: Donzelli, 2002. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $25.00

20. Bloxham, V. Bem. Key to the Parochial Registers of Scotland. Brigham Young University Press, 1971. Large glossy softbound covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. A few rubbed spots to the covers. The pages are clean and free from marking or tears. Overall near very good condition. $24.50

21. Boardman, Philip. Northern Paradise: The Intelligent Alien's Guide to Norway. H. Aschehoug, 1963. 339 pages. Illustrated softbound covers. There is wear and rubbing to the edges of the spine and covers. Some soiling to the covers. $113.95

22. Borgoras, W.G. Elements of the Culture of the Circumpolar Zone. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1931. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. $7.95

23. Boudinet, Daniel(photographs);Yves Simon (text). Bagdad-sur-Seine. Fayard, 1973. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. Text is in French. $30.00

24. Boudinot, Elias.. Star in the West: a Humble Attempt to Discover the Long Lost Ten Tribes of Israel. Trenton, New Jersey: D. Fenton, S. Hutchinson, & J. Dunham, 1816. 312 pages. 1816 printing. Full Brown leather binding, with original boards and new leather spine. There is wear and rubbing to the edges of the boards, with some discolored spots to the leather. There is scattered foxing to the text. A Mormon parallel publication. The author proposes one of the earliest published theories that many of the American Indians were descended from peoples who migrated to the Americas from Jerusalem and other areas. $225.00

25. Bradley, A.G. Highways and Byways in North Wales. Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1909. 1909 printing. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners bumped. A clean and tight copy. $21.50

26. Brand, Vanessa. The Study of the Past in the Victorian Age. Oxbow Books, 1998. 176 pages. Glossy softbound covers in near very good condition. $99.50

27. Briggs, Asa. Victorian Trilogy: Victorian Cities,Things, People. Folio Society three-volume boxed set. FOLIO SOCIETY, 1996. Three volume set in slipcase. The books are in fine condition. The slipcase has a splitat one of the top edges. $48.00

28. Brink, Andre Philippus. 'N Oomblik in Die Wind. Kaapstad: Taurus, 1975. 195 pages. Hardcover binding. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $98.50

29. Brocklehurst, Thomas Unett. MEXICO TODAY: A COUNTRY WITH A GREAT FUTURE. London: John Murray, 1883. 257 pages. Original red cloth binding show shelf wear to the spine and edges. Ohere are discolored spots on the front and back covers, and some darkening to the edges of the covers. The binding is tight. All illustrations, including color maps and plates, are present. A solid copy. This copy was once part of the private library of noted Utah artist George M. Ottinger and is signed by him in ink inside the front cover and at the top of the title page. $62.50

30. Broome, Mary Ann. Life in South Africa. Negro Universities Press, 1969. 136 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Spine has a slight lean.  $6.35

31. Brown and Rawcliffe. The Camera Series Album of Views of Edinburgh. Liverpool: Brown and Rawcliffe, ca. 1895. Oblong green cloth covers with gold title and decoration on the front cover. There is shelf wear to the edges of the spine and corners, with the corners rubbed through. A few soiled and rubbed spots to the edges of the covers. The book consists of a series of large accordian-fold photographic views of Edinburgh, Scotland. A beautiful book. Measures 8.5 inches high by 12 inches wide. $100.00

32. Bryant, Douglas Donne. ARCHAEOLOGY, ETHNOHISTORY, AND ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY IN THE MAYA HIGHLANDS OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO. Provo, Utah: New World Archaeological Foundation, 1988. 106 pages. Large softbound covers. Very good condition. $20.95

33. Burgess, Anthony. Coaching Days of England: Containing an Account of Whatever was Most Remarkable for Grandeur, Elegance and Curiosity. Paul Elek, 1966. Large blue-green cloth covers show wear and rubbing to the edges, with the corners rubbed through. One small tear to the cloth at the bottom of the front cover. A few small stains to the covers. The binding is tight. $29.50

34. Burke, Edmund & Wayne LaPierre. Reflections on the Revolution in France.  Palladium Press, 2002. 484 pages. Full brown leather Palladium Press edition. Very good condition. $11.50

35. Burks, R.V. The Dynamics of Communism in Eastern Europe.  Princeton University Press, 1961. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The bottom of the spine is slightly bumped. Dust jacket has small chips and tears and discoloration on spine and edges. $8.95

36. Cairns, Christopher. Pietro Aretino and the Republic of Venice: Researches on Aretino and His Circle in Venice,1527-1556. Firenze, Italy: Casa Editrice Leo S.Olschki, 1985. 272 pages. Softbound covers. The corners are slightly bumped and there is slight wear to the edges of the spine. Some of the pages are uncut. $44.00

37. Chamberlain, James Franklin & Arthur Henry Chamberlain. Africa, The Continents and Their People. A Supplementary Geography. New York: Macmillan Company, 1925. 206 pages. Ex-Library marks on spine and bookplate inside from cover. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $7.25

38. Chang, Sidney H. &  Leonard H. D. Gordon. All Under Heaven. Sun Yat-Sen and His Revolutionary Thought  Hoover Inst Pr, 1991. 277 pages. Near new condition, both book and dust jacket. $85.00

39. Charton, M. Edouard-editor. Le Tour du Monde. Nouveau Journal Des Voyages. Volume 1, 1876. Paris: Librarie Hachette, 1876. 435 pages. Black leather spine with raised bands.. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with the corners rubbed through. There are some scuffs to the spine and some rubbed and scuffed spots to the covers. The binding is tight. Light scattered foxing to the pages. Numerous illustrations. Text in French. With a 14-page article on Utah and the Mormons by William Hepworth Dixon, with several illustrations. $90.00

40. Clanchy, M.T. A History of England: Early Medieval England. Folio Society, 2000. 452 pages. Very good condition. Slipcase has slight wear to edges. $13.95

41. Clancy, Flora S. &  Peter D. Harrison. Vision and Revision in Maya Studies. University of New Mexico Press, 1991. 224 pages. Light wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $11.75

42. Coatsworth, John H. Central America and the United States. The Clients and the Colossus. Twayne Pub, 1994. 289 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $12.50

43. Coggeshall, George. VOYAGES TO VARIOUS PARTS OF THE WORLD, MADE BETWEEN THE YEARS 1799 AND 1844. New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1851. 213 pages. Lacks frontispiece. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners bumped. Binding tight. Some browning around the edges of the pages. $75.00

44. Coleman, Bradley Lynn. Colombia and the United States: The Making of an Inter-American Alliance, 1939-1960. The Kent State University Press, 2008. 303 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $8.50

45. Committee, Taber Historical. From Tank 77 to Taber Today: A History of Taber, Its District and Its People. Taber Historical Committee, 1977. 617 pages. Slight shelf wear, inside cover has tape residue from a former owner's card, and a former owner's inscription. $70.00

46. Conniff, Michael L.. Urban Politics in Brazil: The Rise of Populism, 1925-1945. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1981. 246 pages. Green cloth covers. Light wear to the corners, but overall very good condition. $17.50

47. Cordell, Bessie. Blossoms from the Flowery Kingdom. National Holiness Missionary Society, 1946. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small chips and tears to the edges. $12.50

48. Crow, Carl. He Opened The Door Of Japan. Harper & Brothers, 1939. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and soiling. $8.95

49. Dalwick, R.E.R & C.H.C. Chamber.. NEWFOUNDLAND AIR MAILS 1919-1939. With Additional Notes on Subsequent Flights and Air Stamps. London: H. R. Harmer, 1953. 180 pages. Shelf wear and discoloration to the binding. Corners are bumped. Binding is tight. $35.00

50. Dannaldson, James M. A Trek in the Amazon Jungles. Highland Press, 1947. 90 pages. Signed by the author and dated April 4, 1949. The author's foil sticker which says "Author's Edition" is also present at the bottom of the title page Slight shelf wear to the spine edges. The bottom corners are lightly bumped. The dust jacket has a few closed tears, wear and some discoloration to the edges. Scarce in dust jacket. $120.00

51. Dannaldson, James M. A Trek in the Amazon Jungles. Highland Press, 1947. 90 pages. Signed by the author. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $100.00

52. De L'Ardeche, M. Laurent. History of Napoleon, from the French of M. Laurent De L'Ardeche. Two Volumes in One. Complete. Appleton and Company, 1853. Ca. 1853 edition. Full black leather binding. Illustrated and gold-decorated spine and front cover. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners are rubbed through. Page 15-16 has been about partially torn away, with about half of the page missing. The binding is tight. With 21 hand-colored illustrations and numerous additional woodcut illustrations throughout. $100.00

53. de L'Ecluse des Loges, Pierre Mathurin Sully, (Maximilian de Bethune). Memoirs of Maximilian de Bethune, Duke of Sully, Prime Minister to Henry the Great. Containing the History of the Life and Reign of That Monarch. Set of six volumes. London: J. Rivington & Sons-et al., 1778. 1778 fifth edition. Complete set of six volumes, all in the original leather bindings. The spines have gold bands and pattern-stamps decorations with black and red leather labels. Several of the leather labels are missing. The spine leather has darkened a bit and there is the expected wear and rubbing to the edges of the spine and corners. Corners are rubbed and slightly bumped, but not severely. All of the bindings are tight and the text blocks are square, with all contents complete. Overall a beautiful set. $245.00

54. De Montmollin, Olivier. SETTLEMENT SURVEY IN THE ROSARIO VALLEY, CHIAPAS, MEXICO. Papers of the New World Archeological Foundation, #57. Provo, Utah: New World Archaeological Foundation, 1989. 254 pages. Softcover binding. Slight wear to spine and corners. $48.00

55. de Morga, Antonio & E. H. Blair & J. A. Robertson-editors. History of the Philippine Islands.  2 Volumes in 1 complete. Kraus Reprint Co., 1970. Slight shelf wear to the edges of the corners. The top right corner is slightly bumped. $20.00

56. De Silva, R.K. 19TH CENTURY NEWSPAPER ENGRAVINGS OF CEYLON-SRI LANKA.  Accompanied by Original Texts With Notes and Comments. London: Serendib Publications, 1998. 404 pages. Very good in very good dust jacket. Jacket has just a hint of wear at the bottom of the spine. Timited to 1,500 copies, of which 500 copies are numbered. This is #373 of the numbered edition. A rare and beautiful book. With hundreds of illustrations. $198.00

57. Dixon, Keith A.\. Ceramics From Two Preclassic Periods At Chiapa De Corzo Chiapas Mexico. Orinda, California: New World Archaeological Foundation, 1959. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. $15.00

58. Dixon, William Hepworth. Her Majesty's Tower. Set of 4 volumes.  London: Bickers & Son, 1885. 1885 printing. Set of four volumes complete. Green cloth covers. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The bindings are tight and the pages are clean. Volume I has a small puncture to the cloth on the front cover. Numerous illustrations in each volume. A beautiful historical set of this classic work on the Tower of London and its history. $100.00

59. Doblin, Alfred & John E. Woods &  J.E. Woods. A People Betrayed. November, 1918: A German Revolution  Angel Books, 1986. 656 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some wear and some soiling to the edges. The text has quite a bit of highlighting in yellow highlighter. There are well over 100 pages with varying degrees of underlining in highlighting. $6.00

60. Dodge, Walter Phelps. AS THE CROW FLIES: CORSICA TO CHARING CROSS. New York: George M. Allen Company, 1893. 132 pages. Small green cloth covers. There is shelf wear to the edges of the spine and corners, with the corners bumped. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. This book contains some Napoleon Bonaparte content as it relates to the history of Corsica. This book contains some Napoleon Bonaparte content as it relates to the history of Corsica. A rare title. $57.50

61. Dr. Doran. KNIGHTS AND THEIR DAYS. New York: Redfield, 1856. 479 pages. This is the 1856 edition. Shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some fading to the covers. Clean and tight binding. 1856 edition. $20.00

62. Draper, Warwick. Chiswick. With illustrations and maps. London: P. Allan, 1923. 236 pages. Green paper over board covers with tan cloth spine and black leather label. There is wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners, with the corners rubbed through on the front cover. There is some soiling to the covers and slight discoloration. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. Beautifully illustrated throughout. A scarce title. $25.00

63. Dumezil, Georges. The Destiny of a King.  Univ of Chicago Pr (Tx), 1973. 170 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. The top corners are lightly bumped. $7.50

64. Dum-Ezil, Georges. Gods of the Ancient Northmen  . Univ of California Press, 1974. 203 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $33.00

65. Eisenbichler, Konrad. The Cultural World of Eleonora di Toledo: Duchess of Florence and Siena. Ashgate Pub Ltd, 2004. 208 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $120.00

66. Enock, C. Reginald. The Secret of the Pacific: A Discussion of the Origin of the Early Civilisations of America, the Toltecs, Aztecs, Mayas, Incas, and Their Predecessors; and of the Possibilities of Asiatic Influence Thereon. Unwin, 1913. 1913 second impression. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. A few rubbed spots to the covers. She binding is tight. $48.00

67. Evans, Albert S. OUR SISTER REPUBLIC: A GALA TRIP THROUGH TROPICAL MEXICO IN 1869-70. Hartford, Connecticut: Columbian Book Company, 1870. 518 pages. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners rubbed through. Page 373-374 has a woodcut illustration cut out, about 4 inches, but no text is missing from either side of the page, as was a double-sided illustration. $17.50

68. Exner, A.H. Japan As I Saw It: Illustrated with Special Illustrations in Collotype, Engravings and Pictures Drawn by Various Special Artists. F.A. Stokes, 1912. 259 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners rubbed through. $37.50

69. Eyre, L. Alan. Geographic Aspects of Population Dynamics in Jamaica. Florida Atlantic University Press, 1972. 172 pages. Slight wear to the spine edges and corners, with corners slightly bumped.  The text has 12 or so pages with scattered underlining in black ink. $17.50

70. Fines, Beatrice-editor. When the West Was Bourne: A History of Westbourne and District, 1862 1985. Westbourne, Manitoba: Westbourne-Longbourne History, 1985. 645 pages. 1985 printing. Large maroon cloth covers show slight wear to the spine edges and corners. Numerous historical photographs. $65.00

71. Fitzpatrick, Samuel A. Ossory. Dublin: A Historical and Topographical Account of the City. E.P. Dutton and Co, 1977. 359 pages. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some chips to the edges. 1977 facsimile reprint. $21.50

72. Fleet Sales Service Limited. THE SALES MANAGER'S MAP OF GREAT BRITAIN. London: Fleet Sales Service Limited, 1929. This is a large linen map bound inside of accordion-folding hardback front and back covers. The map folds out to measure about 48 inches tall by 39 inches wide. The former owner has written the numbers 1 through 10 in large blue pencil, dividing the map into different regions and areas, probably for sales responsibilities. A most interesting item. The map is in near very good condition. It is a large and clear map, and has alphabetical lists of cities, with a populations and locations on this Great Britain map. $125.00

73. Flick, Alexander Clarence. The Decline of the Medieval Church. Set of two volumes. Knopf, 1930. Two volume set. Black hardback covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. Slight fading to the spine titles. A clean and tightly bound set. $20.75

74. Fraser, Mrs. Hugh. Letters from Japan: A Record of Modern Life in the Island Empire. See Description, 1904. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and starting to rub through. $37.50

75. Furci, Carmelo. The Chilean Communist Party and the Road to Socialism. London: Zed Books, 1984. 224 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges. The text has quite a bit of highlighting in yellow to about 100 pages. $12.50

76. Gannon, Edmund C. Sub-Saharan Africa: An Introduction. Council Social & Economic Studies, 1978. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Light discoloration to the edges of the covers. A clean and tight copy. $9.75

77. Gardner, David E. A GENEALOGICAL ATLAS OF ENGLAND AND WALES. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1964. 88 pages. Slight shelf wear to spine and corners. $6.95

78. Gardner, Julian. The Tomb and the Tiara: Curial Tomb Sculpture in Rome and Avignon in the Later Middle Ages. Oxford University Press, 1992. 320 pages. Large black cloth covers are in very good condition. The dust jacket has very little wear. There is a small label removal scar at the bottom of the back panel on the bar code. A rare and important title.  $265.00

79. Gay, Carlo T.E. Chalcacingo. Int. Scholarly Book Services, 1972. Large vanilla cloth covers show light wear to the spine edges and corners. Overall very good condition. $26.95

80. Geographia Ltd. GEOGRAPHIA MAP OF 20 MILES ROUND LONDON. Arterial Roads and By-Passes Prominently Indicated. London: Geographia Ltd, 1944. Softcover binding. There is a spill stain to the bottom edges of the front and back covers. This publication contains a large fold-out color linen map. The map is in very good condition. No date of publication is listed, but it appears to be mid 1940's. It came from the estate of an Army Air Corps WWII veteran, with his name and unit information on the front cover. $45.00

81. Geographical Publishing Company. Victory Map of New Central Europe Showing Reconstructed Countries and Newly Formed Nations. Geographical Publishing Co, 1919. 1 pages. Softbound pamphlet with large folding map inserted between the covers. Slight soiling to the covers and some wear to the edges. The map is in very nice condition,. There are a couple of small tears, but no weakening of the folds. $65.00

82. George, Henry. The Irish Land Question:  What it involves, and How Alone it Can Be Settled. Bound with "The True Issue", by EJ Donnell; NY: Putnam's, 1884. Also bound with "Progress & Poverty, an Inquiry into Cause of Industrial Depressions", by Henry George, 1884. D. Appleton and company, 1881. 85 pages. Maroon 3/4 leather binding, with leather spine with gold bands and leather corners. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. A clean and tightly bound copy. This book contains the three pamphlets listed, bound together. $80.00

83. Goldsmith, Oliver. THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES, TO THE DEATH OF GEORGE THE SECOND. Complete set of 3 volumes. London: C.J.G. & F. Rivington-et al., 1831. Three volume set complete. 1831 printing. Bound in dark brown cloth bindings. There is shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and the corners. Corners are bumped. The bindings are tight. Overall a nice set. $75.00

84. Graham, D.C. The Ancient Caves of Szechwan Province, China. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1932. 13 pages. Softbound covers show light wear. A few pages are uncut. $12.50

85. Graham, R.B. Cunninghame (edited by Joaquin Gil). EL RIO DE LA PLATA. Seleccion De Relatos Publicados por Hispania. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Joaquin Gil, 1938. 223 pages. Shelf wear and some soiling to the binding. Corners are rubbed and slightly bumped. The cloth on the front joint is starting to split, but still holding. $35.00

86. Grant, James. Every Day Life in London. Two volume set. Lea & Blachard, 1839. 1839 edition complete in two volumes. Original brown cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. The spine is faded, as are the edges of the covers on the two volumes. Older ex-library marks on the spine and 19th-century library bookplate inside the front cover. The bindings are tight. $33.00

87. Green, Dee F. and Gareth W. Lowe. Altamira and Padre Piedra, early Preclassic sites Chiapas, Mexico. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1967. 133 pages. Softbound covers show wear to the edges. Slight browning around the edges of the covers. $12.50

88. Grey, George. POLYNESIAN MYTHOLOGY, AND ANCIENT TRADITIONAL HISTORY OF THE NEW ZEALAND RACE, AS FURNISHED BY THEIR PRIESTS AND CHIEFS. London: John Murray, 1855. 333 pages. Bound in original deluxe blue leather with raised bands and gold decoration on the spine. The front cover is detached, but present. The text block is tight and the pages are clean. A rare title. $200.00

89. Gutkind, E.A. Urban Development in Eastern Europe. Bulgaria, Romania, and the U.S.S.R.  Free Pr, 1972. 425 pages. Some wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $85.00

90. Hack, Roy Kenneth. God in Greek Philosophy to the Time of Socrates. Princeton University Press, 1969. Slight wear else very good condition. $10.00

91. Hallam, Henry. View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages. Set of three volumes. London: John Murray, 1822. 1822 printing. Set of three volumes complete. All three volumes are in the original bindings, with leather spine's and corners and patterned designs on the boards. Red leather spine labels. The label for volume II is missing. The spine edges show shelf wear and some rubbing and a few scuffed marks, but overall a clean look with moderate wear only. The corners are rubbed through and slightly bumped. The text blocks are square and the pages are clean and tightly bound. A solid set of this antiquarian work. $100.00

92. Harcourt, Leveson Vernon-editor. The Diaries and Correspondence of the Right Hon. George Rose: Containing Original Letters of the Most Distinguished Statesman of His Day. Two volume set. London: Richard Bentley, 1860. 1860 printing complete in two volumes. Black leather spine and corners show some wear to the edges and joints. The raised bands have some rubbing. Marbled paper over board covers show light rubbing. The hinges are tight and the text blocks are sound. The pages are clean and white. A very nice set. $100.00

93. Harmer, C. H. C. NEWFOUNDLAND AIR MAILS, AIR STAMPS AND FLIGHT COVERS FROM 1919 THROUGH MARCH 31, 1949 (AN UPDATE OF 1953 EDITION). Cinnaminson, New Jersey: American Air Mail Society, 1984. 181 pages. Near fine condition. $45.00

94. Harper, J. Russell & Stanley Triggs. Portrait of a Period. A Collection of Notman Photographs, 1856 to 1915. McGill University Press, 1967. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $22.00

95. Hay, Ian. THE SHIP OF REMEMBRANCE. GALLIPOLI-SALONIKA. Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin, . 43 pages. No date of publication, but circa 1932. Shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. Scarce dust jacket. $25.00

96. Henderson, Bernard W. The Great War Between Athens and Sparta: A Companion to the Military History of Thucydides. Macmillan and co., limited, 1927. 517 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. A clean and tight copy. $55.00

97. Henry Lintot Printer. General Treatise of Naval Trade and Commerce, Astounded on the Laws and Statutes of This Realm, in Which Those Relating to His Majesty's Customs, Merchants, Masters of Ships... Are Particularly Considered. Volume I only. London: Henry Lintot Printer, 1753. Volume 1 only of the two-volume set. Ca. 1753 printing. Full original brown leather binding. Corners are worn through and slightly bumped. The spine has discoloration and where to the edges. There is a crack in the front joint, but the front board is attached firmly. Scattered foxing to the text, mostly in the page margins. The binding is tight. President John Adams studied this book and mentions it in a journal entry. $350.00

98. Herbert, Agnes & Donald Maxwell. The Isle of Man: Described by Agnes Herbert. John Lane Company, 1909. 270 pages. Illustrated front cover. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $88.00

99. Herodotus & Tacitus &  Charles W. Eliot. Voyages and Travels. Ancient and Modern: The Five Foot Shelf of Classics, Vol. XXXIII  Cosimo Classics, 2010. 400 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $7.00

100. Heyerdahl, Thor. American Indians of the Pacific: The Theory Behind the Kon-Tiki Expedtion. Chicago: Rand, Mcnally & Co., 1953. 821 pages. 1953 first American edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and the corners, with the corners bumped. The front hinge is repaired with archival glue and the back hinge is slightly cracked. Binding is tight and contents clean and complete. With numerous black-and-white photographic illustrations. $58.00

101. Him him Baker, Samuel W. THE NILE TRIBUTARIES OF ABYSSINIA, AND THE SWORD HUNTERS OF THE HAMRAN ARABS. Philadelphia: Lippincott & Company, 1871. 413 pages. Light purple cloth covers. There is wear and rubbing to the spine edges. The hinges and text blocks are tight. With two color maps, one is the frontispiece and the other is a fold-out. $49.50

102. Hine, Edward. THE ENGLISH NATION IDENTIFIED WITH THE LOST HOUSE OF ISRAEL BY TWENTY-SEVEN IDENTIFICATIONS. Manchester, England: Country Publishers, 1871. 296 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Some fading and discoloration to the covers. Rare. $59.50

103. Hoidal, Oddvar K.. Quisling, A Study in Treason. Oxford University Press, 1989. 916 pages. Signed and dated by the author, with a lengthy inscription to a friend. Near fine condition in lightly edge-worn dust jacket. A beautiful copy. $150.00

104. Hojrup, Ole. A Seagull Snare from North-West Jutand. Copenhagen, Denmark: Folk, 1961. 7 pages. Softbound pamphlet with staple binding. The covers and pages have some creasing and tears at the bottom right corner. With illustrations. $15.00

105. Holland, Clive. Tyrol and its People. London: Metheun & Company, 1909. 336 pages. Olive-green cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some soiling and slight fading to the cover. With numerous photographic illustrations. $20.00

106. Home, Henry, Lord Kaims. Six Sketches on the History of Man: Containing The Progress of Men as Individuals. I-Diversity of Men & of Languages; II-Of Food & Population; III-Of Property; IV-Origin & Progress of Commerce; V-Origin & Progress of Arts; VI-Progress of the Female Sex. Philadelphia: Sold by R. Bell and R. Aitken, 1776. 262 pages. 1776 Philadelphia printing. Bound in the original brown leather. The binding shows heavy wear, including rubbing and scuffing to all board edges and the edges of the spine. The leather spine title labels is missing. The front and back joints are split, with the covers being held by older library hinge reinforcement tape. Corners are rubbed through and bumped. Some small chips to the leather at the edges of the spine. The text block is tight and square and the pages are complete. There is browning and foxing scattered throughout the text, heavier in places. The text contains an appendix entitled "Concerning Propagation of Animals, and Care of Their Offspring". A wonderful historical imprint, published the same year as the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The publisher, R. Bell, has a list of additional titles for sale at the end of the book. The final text page is a full-page advertisement for a book advertises as just printed and published, entitled "American Independence, the Interest and Glory of Great Britain. $650.00

107. Houston, Stephen D. THE DYNASTIC SEQUENCE OF DOS PILAS, GUATEMALA. San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, 1985. 29 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges. This is monograph number #1 of the Pre-Colombian Art Research Institute. $15.00

108. Hrdlicka, Ales. The Coming of Man from Asia in the Light of Recent Discoveries. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Books, 1936. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. $20.00

109. Hrdlicka, Ales. The Peoples of the Soviet Union. Smithsonian Institution War Background Studies #3 Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1942. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $11.50

110. Hughes, Robert. Fatal Shore: A History of The Transportation of Convicts to Australia, 1787-1868. Folio Society, 1999. 643 pages. Near fine condition with pictorial decorated covers. The slipcase has the slightest of wear a couple of rubbed spots. A beautiful Folio Society edition. $50.00

111. Hugo, Victor. The Destroyer of the Second Republic: Being Napoleon the Little. New York: Sheldon & Company, 1870. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Some fading to the spine. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $18.00

112. Huppe, Bernard F.-et al. Concepts of the Hero in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, State University of New York Press, 1975. 293 pages. $8.95

113. Hyde, James Wilson. THE ROYAL MAIL: IT'S CURIOSITIES AND ROMANCE. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1885. 391 pages. Shelf wear to binding and some soiling to the binding. Corners slightly bumped. Jext block is starting to crack in the middle, but not serious. Binding slightly cocked. Nice pictorial front cover. $20.00

114. Israel, Fred L. Major Peace Treaties of Modern History, 1648-2000. Volume 5-1967-1979. Chelsea House, 2002. Ex-library. Some label removal residue on the front cover and spine. Library ink stamps on title page. Some wear to edges and spine. $25.00

115. Jackh, Ernest. Background of the Middle East. Cornell University, 1952. 236 pages. Slight shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has small tears and chips. $7.00

116. Jakeman, M. Wells. The Origins and History of the Mayas. Part One (1). Introductory Investigations. Los Angeles: Research Publishing Company, 1945. 203 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Slight fading to the edges of the binding. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and some browning. $12.50

117. James Whitmore. STINCHCOMBE HILL, FROM WHICH CAN BE SEEN THIRTEEN COUNTIES. Dursley, England: James Whitmore, 1882. 16 pages. Small softcover covers. Light wear. This is a guide book for the Stinchcombe Hill area in England. $35.00

118. Jenness, Diamond. Indians of Canada. National Museum of Canada, 1958. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Dust jacket has large chips and tears and some creases to the edges. $9.95

119. John Bartholomew & Son. BARTHOLOMEW'S REVISED "HALF-INCH" CONTOURED MAPS. England Sheet 30. SURREY. Edinburg & London: John Bartholomew & Son, . This is an accordion-folding map, mounted on cloth  backing. Very nice publication.  The map folds out to a very large color map of Surrey, England. There is some wear to the cloth edges of the map, but overall this is in very nice condition.  There is no date of publication listed, but it appears to be 1940's. $20.00

120. Jones, Tom & Carolyn-editors. U MUT MAYA IV: A COLLECTION OF REPORTS FROM ATTENDANTS OF THE VIII AND IX ADVANCED SEMINARS ON MAYA HIEROGLYPHIC WRITING HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, MARCH 12-17, 1990 AND MARCH 11-16, 1991. Arcata, California: Privately Printed, 1992. 300 pages. Softbound covers. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges, else very good condition. $19.50

121. Juan, De Cordoba. VOCABULARIO CASTELLANO-ZAPOTECO. Facsimile of 1578 Edition. Mexico: Instituto Nacional De Antropologia E Historia, 1942. Thick softbound covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some dark to the edges of the spine. As a facsimile of the 1578 original edition. $95.00

122. Jubilee Celebration Committee. ACCOUNT OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE JUBILEE OF UNIFORM INLAND PENNY POSTAGE. London: Simpkin, Marshall, & Company, 1891. 331 pages. Red cloth pictorial covers. There is fading and some discoloration to the edges of the boards. Shelf wear to the spine edges and the corners, with corners bumped. The binding is tight. A scarce philatelic publication. $20.00

123. Keen, M.H. A History of England: England in the Later Middle Ages. Folio Society, 2001. 534 pages. Very good condition. Slipcase has slight edge wear. $16.00

124. Kelly Directories Limited. Kelly's Handbook to the Titled, Landed and Official Classes, 1927. London & New York: Kelly's Directories Limited & Macmillan Company, 1927. 1841 pages. Red cloth binding shows quite a bit of shelf wear to the edges of the spine and corners. There are a couple of small tears to the cloth at the top of the headcap. A couple of small holes in the cloth on the front joint. Some discoloration to the binding. The front cover has a small crease from being bent. The binding is tight and the pages complete and clean. Overall a solid copy. $40.00

125. Kelly, William J.-et al. Energy Research and Development in the USSR: Preparations for the Twenty- First Century. Duke University Press, 1986. New condition, still in the original publisher's shrink wrap. $20.00

126. L.H. Nelson Company. Views of Montreal. Portland, Maine: L.H. Nelson Co., 1904. Oblong Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. The edges of the corners are bumped. The bottom right corner of the front cover has a piece missing from the edge. With nice photographic  $25.00

127. Labaume, Eugene. CIRCUMSTANTIAL NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN IN RUSSIA: Containing a Faithful Description of the Affecting and Interesting Scenes of Which the Author Was an Eye-Witness. Hartford, Connecticut: S. Andrus & Son, 1850. 348 pages. 1850 printing. Red cloth covers with gold-decorated spine. There is quite a bit of wear to the edges of the binding, with the corners and edges rubbed through. Slight fraying to the cloth at the top and bottom of the spine. There is a repaired tear across the middle of the spine cloth. Scattered foxing to the pages, mostly light. The binding is tight and this is a solid copy. $25.00

128. Le May, Reginald. THAI TALES OLD AND NEW:  The Four Riddles and Other Stories. Shanghai: Private Printing, 1945. 153 pages. Softbound covers. Discoloration and fading to the covers. Some wear to the edges. Pages browned. Scarce private printing. $45.00

129. Lee, Thomas A. THE ARTIFACTS OF CHIAPA DE CORZO, CHIAPAS, MEXICO. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1969. 231 pages. Softbound covers. Slight shelf wear.. $28.50

130. Lehnert & Landrock (photographs); Kuhnel, Ernst (introduction). North Africa: Tripoli - Tunis - Algeria - Morocco. Brentano's Publishers, 1924. There is wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. The cloth covers have fading and discoloration, but the binding is tight and the pages are clean. The dust jacket is a darkened around the edges, has quite a bit of chipping to the paper on the spine, and some chips and tears at the edges. Beautiful sepia-tone photographs throughout the book. $72.00

131. Leon, Jorge. PLANTAS ALIMENTICIAS ANDINAS. Lima, Peru: Instituto Interamericano de  Ciencias, 1964. 112 pages. Softbound binding shows wear, discoloration and some soiling to the covers. Former library label on the top of the front cover. There is a letter from a researcher presenting this book to a colleague. This letter is pasted inside the front cover and is quite interesting. A very scarce book of the medicinal and healing plants of the Andes region. $75.00

132. Licht, M. L'edificio a pianta centrale. Lo sviluppo architettonico nel Rinascimento. Olschki, 1984. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. Text is in Italian. $45.00

133. Lindsay-Poland, John. Emperors in the Jungle: The Hidden History of the U.S. in Panama. Duke University Press, 2003. Scarce hardback binding. Light wear. Overall in very good condition. $49.50

134. Locke, John. An Essay concerning Human Understanding. Complete as a three volume set. Boston: Printed by David Carlisle, 1803. First American edition, printed in Boston in 1803. Complete in three volumes. All volumes have the original leather covers, with the spines repacked in period-style leather with original black leather labels intact. The leather corners have also been restored. Beautiful marbled paper paste-downs and endpapers. The bindings are tight and the contents are complete. The pages have browning and some scattered foxing. A beautiful set of the very scarce first American edition of this classic treatise, first published in 1672, and which greatly influenced many of the American founding fathers with its advocacy of unalienable rights and limited government. $650.00

135. Long, John Luther. Miss Cherry-Blossom of Tokyo. Philadelphia & London: J. B. Lippincott, 1905. Pictorial illustrated cloth covers. Some wear to the spine edges and corners, with the corners slightly rubbed through. There is slight soiling to the spine and covers. The binding is tight. With photographic illustrations and decorated illustration pages. $14.00

136. Lord Bacon. The Works of Lord Bacon. With an Introductory Essay and a Portrait. Set of two volumes. London: William Ball, 1838. 1838 printing complete in two volumes. Both volumes are in the original binding, with leather spine and corners and marbled paper boards, paste-downs and endpapers. The spine has gold-decorated panels, raised bands and black and red leather title and volume labels. The pages have marbled edges. The edges of the spine show light wear only. The board edges and corners also are lightly to moderately worn. The corners are slightly rubbed through. A few rubbed and scuffed spots to the marbled paper boards. The joints and hinges are sound. The text blocks are square and the pages are clean and tightly bound. Very light foxing in the right margins to some pages. This nearly jumps to the near very good condition range and is beautiful fine leather set. $125.00

137. Loti, Pierre. India. T WERNER LAURIE LTD (ENGLAND), 1920. Red pictorial cloth covers show some shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Spine faded. A clean and tightly bound copy. $14.50

138. Macaulay, Thomas Babington . The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volumes 1 & 2 in Slipcase, Folio Society, 1987. Two volume set in slipcase. Light wear and a couple of faint rubbed spots to the edges of the spine. Slipcase shows slight wear.  $33.00

139. MacFie, A.L. Ataturk. London & New York: Longman, 1994. 232 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $75.00

140. Macleod, Norman. EASTWARD. London & New York: Alexander Strahan, Publisher, 1866. 304 pages. Original green cloth covers with gold decoration on cover and spine. There is slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with the bottom corners rubbed slightly through. Binding is sound and pages are clean. Includes large folding map opposite the title page inside the front cover. $75.00

141. Macpherson, John. Caribbean Lands. A Geography of the West Indies Longman Group United Kingdom, 1980. 208 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. The text has heavy highlighing throughout to 40-50 pages.  Still a good reference copy. $15.00

142. Malleson, G.B. The Indian Mutiny of 1857. New York: Scribner's, 1897. 421 pages. Brownish-red cloth covers show light wear to the edges of the spine and corners. Corners are slightly rubbed through. A clean and tightly bound copy. $40.00

143. Markham, Clements R. The Incas of Peru. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1912. 443 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. The top edge of the text block has some darkening. Binding is tight. $12.50

144. Marshall, H.E. An Island Story: A Child's History of England, New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1910. 523 pages. Pictorial blue cloth covers, with illustrations on the front cover and spine. The spine edges and corners show some shelf wear, with the corners slightly bumped and slightly worn through. The hinges are tight and the text block is sound, with tightly bound and clean pages. Overall near very good condition. A beautiful copy of this well-written introductory history of England. Numerous color illustrated plates. This is the American edition, published circa 1910. $48.00

145. Martin, George Castor. Shaw, the Name, the Coats of Arms and Records of Various Families of the Name in Great Britain and the United States. Asbury Park, New Jersey: Martin & Allardyce, 1913. 27 pages. Softbound covers with string-tied binding. There is some soiling to the covers and a few small chips and creases to the edges, but overall this is an nice shape. The pages are clean and tightly bound. $45.00

146. Menzel, Dorothy. The Archaeology of Ancient Peru and the Work of Max Uhle. R. H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology, UC Berkeley, 1977. 135 pages. Softbound covers show quite a bit of wear and a few scuffs to the spine edges and corners. The text has 10 pages of underlining in ink. The binding is tight. Aully illustrated. $8.95

147. Mercier, M. New Picture of Paris. Two volume set. Translated from the French. London: H.D. Symonds, 1800. 1800 edition. Two volume set. Both volumes bound in the original brown full leather bindings. There is wear to the spine edges and corners, with a couple of small chips to the edges of the spine and the corners worn through. A few rubbed spots to the covers. The bindings are remarkably preserved. The text blocks are tight and the pages are clean. Light foxing only. $300.00

148. Merian C. Cooper; Ernest Beaumont Schoedsack. Grass. G.P. Putnam's Sons, Knickerbocker Press, 1926. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Slight soiling and rubbing to the spine. Library surplus ink stamp inside front cover. but no other ex-library marks on the spine or inside the books. $35.00

149. Michell, H. The Economics of Ancient Greece. W. Heffer & Sons, 1957. 440 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has slight edge-wear a few small chips and tears. Spotting to cover. $12.50

150. Miller, J. Martin. The Complete Story of the Italian Earthquake Horror: Containing Also a History of Italy and Sicily; Other Great Disasters of the World, Both By Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tidal Waves; Scientific Explanations of Their Causes. J. T. Moss, 1909. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Some soiling on the covers. Corners bumped and rubbed through. $18.50

151. Miller, Martin. Martinique Horror and St. Vincent Calamity: Containing a Full and Complete Account of the Most Appalling Disaster of Modern Times. J.R. Spaulding & Co., 1902. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Some soiling and a few discolored spots to the covers. $14.00

152. Milman, The Rev. H.H. The Life of Edward Gibbon, Esq: With Selections from His Correspondence and Illustrations. John Murray, 1839. 1839 edition. Bound in full red diced leather, with gold-ruled borders and raised bands and decorated panels on the spine. A beautiful leather binding. There is some wear to the spine edges and corners, and the corners are lightly bumped. Slight darkening to the board edges. Former owner's 19th-century bookplate affixed to the inside of the front cover. Marbled paper pastedowns and endsheets. A finely bound book in very nice condition. $90.00

153. Mirabeau, HonoreĢ-Gabriel de Riquetti. The Secret History of the Court of Berlin: Or, the Character of the King of Prussia, His Ministers, Mistresses, Generals, Courtiers, Favorites. Set of two volumes. H. S. Nichols, 1895. Two volume set. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Slight fraying to the cloth at the top of the spines. Some discoloration to the spines. The bindings are tight. Pages are uncut at the top edge. $75.00

154. Mitchell, Bonner. The Majesty of the State: Triumphal Progresses of Foreign Sovereigns in Renaissance Italy. Firenze, Italy: Casa Editrice Leo S.Olschki, 1986. 248 pages. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. Some of the pages are uncut. $43.50

155. Mitton, G.E. & Herbert M. Marshall. Beautiful Britain: the Scenery of London. Montreal & London: Cambridge Corporation, Limited, 1906. 222 pages. Bound in full pebbled black leather, with raised bands on the spine. There is shelf wear to the edges of the spine and the corners, with the corners slightly worn through. A few small scuffs to the spine. The back hinge is just starting to crack, but the covers are tight and the pages are clean and tightly bound. Numerous full-page color plates, with tissue guard protectors. This is the Royal Canadian Edition and is limited to 1000 copies, of which this is #24. $75.00

156. Montoya, Juan Hidalgo & A. Marmona & Adan Ferrer. Folklore Musical Espanol. Madrid, Spain: Marques de Cubas, 1974. 510 pages. Some shelf wear. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. Some stains to the front and back panels of the dust jacket. $10.50

157. Moore, Arthur. Compendium of the Irish Poor Law: Containing the Acts for the Relief of the Destitute Poor in Ireland And Abstracts of Various Statutes Connected Therewith. Including the Evicted Poor Protection and Vagrant Acts... Dublin, Ireland: Alexander Thom, 1850. 968 pages. Full brown leather binding. The corners are slightly bumped. The top of the spine has a very small amount of chipping, barely noticeable. A few discolored spots to the bottom of the spine. The hinges are tight and the text block is sound, with pages tight and clean. Overall a beautiful edition of this rare and early historical publication. $450.00

158. Morga, Antonio de (Blair, E. H. And Robertson, J. A). History of the Philippine Islands, from their discovery by Magellan in 1521 to the beginning of the XVII century. With descriptions of Japan, China and Adjacent Countries. Two volume set. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1907. 1907 first edition. Two volume set complete. Ex-library copies, with library labels on the spines and library bookplate and pockets inside the front and back covers. The bindings are tight, but there is quite a bit of shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Volume I has a small tear to the cloth at the bottom of the front joint. A very scarce set, originally published in this limited edition. $75.00

159. Morgan, William Yoast. A Jayhawker in Europe. Topeka, Kansas: Crane & Company, 1912. 237 pages. Signed by the author. Red cloth pictorial covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The spine title is faded. Slight fraying to the cloth at the spine edges from wear. $22.95

160. Morgan, William Yoast. The Near East. Monotyped and printed by Crane & Co, 1913. 246 pages. Signed by the author. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. A clean and tight copy. $17.50

161. Murch, Alma Elizabeth. ALEXANDRE DUMAS' ADVENTURES IN SPAIN. Philadelphia: Chilton Company, 1959. 235 pages. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has wear to the edges and small tears and chips. $11.50

162. Muriel, Jones. Married to Melanesia. The Travel Book Club, 1976. Some shelf wear to binding. Dust jacket has some wear to the edges. $8.50

163. Murray, Hugh. THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ALL NATIONS:  COMPRISING A COMPLETE PHYSICAL, STATISTICAL, CIVIL AND POLITICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE WORLD. Volumes 1 and 2 complete. San Francisco: Henry Bill for Francis Dewing, 1863. Two volume set complete. Both volumes are bound in full black leather with red leather labels on the spine. The spine edges show wear. There are a few scuffs to the leather on the spine. Corners are rubbed through and slightly bumped. The bindings are tight and the pages are clean. The large multi-fold color illustration of the Battle of Solferino has some long repaired tears. Illustrated with hand-colored plates throughout. A beautiful set. $75.00

164. Myers, H.M. LIFE AND NATURE UNDER THE TROPICS: OR, SKETCHES OF TRAVELS AMONG THE ANDES, AND ON THE ORINOCO, RIO NEGRO, AMAZONS, AND IN CENTRAL AMERICA. New York: D. Appleton and company, 1871. 330 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. $25.00

165. National Geographic Society. The National Geographic Magazine. Volume 28, July 1915 - December 1915. Six monthly issues bound, Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1915. Rebound in tan library buckram. Five of the issues have the original covers bounded, with the December issue missing the front cover. Pages are clean. $15.00

166. National Geographic Society. National Geographic Magazine. July to December, 1917. Volume 32. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1917. 548 pages. Ex-library volume, bound in red library buckram. The original covers are bound in the book and not removed, except the back cover of the last issue. Issues are in near very good to very good condition. Some soiling to the covers  $24.50

167. National Geographic Society. National Geographic Magazine. Volume 37. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1920. 566 pages. This is volume 37, complete in six issues bound in red cloth buckram binding. Ex-library ink stamp inside the front cover. There is a library pocket inside the back cover and a label at the top of the back cover. $21.95

168. New World Archaeological Foundation. Research in Chiapas, Mexico  Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation Numbers 1-4. Provo, Utah: New World Archaeological Foundation, 1959. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges and a couple of small fingerprint smudges to the front cover. $28.00

169. Nichols, Marie Leona Hobbs. Ranald MacDonald, Adventurer. The Caxton Printers, 1940. Signed by the author. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The covers show quite a bit of discoloration. The dust jacket has some tears and chips to the edges. $12.50

170. Norma Schwendener and Averil Tibbels. Legends & Dances of Old Mexico. A.S.Barnes and Company, 1933. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and some tape repair with non-archival tape. $12.95

171. Norwich, John Julius. Byzantium: The Decline and Fall; The Apogee; The Early Centuries. Complete 3-Volume set in matching slipcase. Folio Society, 2003. Three volume set in slipcase. Fine condition in a fine slipcase. $89.50

172. Office of Public Information Republic of Korea.. KOREAN LORE. Seoul, Korea: Office of Public Information Republic of Korea, 1953. 149 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine and corners. Fading to the covers. $10.00

173. Omond, G.W.T. LIEGE & THE ARDENNES. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1908. 125 pages. Blue cloth covers with pictorial illustrated spine and cover. There is shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and the corners, with the corners slightly bumped. There is a stain on the back cover. The binding is tight. Beautifully illustrated in color. $18.00

174. Osias, Camilo. The Philippine Charter of Liberty. The French-Bray printing company, 1933. 225 pages. Signed by both authors. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the edges of the spine. Some bumping and slight fading to the cloth to the top of the spine. The corners are starting to rub through. The spine has slight fading. $95.00

175. P.S. Joshi; M.R. Wadhwani; J.V. Pradhan. Ancient Indian History Civilization and Culture. S. Chand & Co., 1968. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Some chippine to the paper over board material at the edges of the spine. $8.50

176. Paterson, A.D.-editor. THE ANGLO AMERICAN, A JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, NEWS, POLITICS, THE DRAMA, FINE ARTS, ETC. Volume IV (4)-1844-5. New York: E.L. Garvin & Company, 1845. 620 pages. Bound in brown half-leather with marbled paper over board covers. The leather spine is worn at the edges and the leather corners are rubbed through. . There are some scuffs and rubbed spots to the covers. Some scuffing to the black leather spine labels, but they are still gilt and legible.   This is volume 4 of this periodical. There are many interesting articles included dealing with American and world history events of the day. $75.00

177. Pearlman, Moshe. The Army of Israel. New York: Philosophical Library, 1950. 256 pages. Blue cloth covers show some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, with corners rubbed. The pages have some waviness at the edges from either humidity or light moisture contact. A few pages near the front of the book have dampstains at the edges. $7.50

178. Perez de Barradas, Jose. Arqueologica Agustiniana: Excavaciones Archeologicas Realizadas de Marzo a Diciembre de 1937. Bogota, Colombia: Bibliotecha de Cultura Colombiana, 1943. Large green stiff paper covers. The text block is cracked in the middle, resulting in the book starting to split in half. It is still holding together, but does have this major flaw. There are a few chips to the edges of the paper spine and slight discoloration to portions of the covers. Beautifully illustrated with dozens of black-and-white photographic plates at the end of the book. $75.00

179. Petrie, W.M. Flinders-et al (Grolier Society). The Book Of History: A History Of All Nations From The Earliest Times to the Present. Complete set of 18 volumes. New York: Grolier Society, 1921. Complete set of 18 volumes in beautiful 3/4 marbled green leather bindings. All volumes are in the original leather bindings. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A few corners are slightly rubbed through. Volume 9 has a wrinkled strip to the cloth across the front cover from the cloth coming unglued where it attaches to the leather. I reglued the strip with archival glue. This is a minor flaw. The hinges are all tight and the pages are clean and tightly bound. A beautiful set and a wonderful historical reference work. With 44 beautiful full-color plates and hundreds upon hundreds of black-and-white illustrations and maps throughout the set. $300.00

180. Phillmore, W.P.W.-editor. GLOUCESTERSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS. MARRIAGES. Volume 4. London: Phillimore and Company, 1988. 153 pages. This is volume 4. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Front hinge starting to crack. Corners bumped. $25.00

181. Pincus, Debra. The Arco Foscari: The Building of a Triumphal Gateway in Fifteenth Century Venice. Garland Publishing, 1976. 574 pages. Blue cloth covers show some wear to the spine and corners. $220.00

182. Polacco, Renato. Storia Dell'arte Marciana: Sculture, Tesoro, Arazzi: Atti Del Convegno Internazionale DI Studi, Venezia, 11 to 14 Ottobre 1994. Venice, Italy: Marsilio, 1997. 389 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tightly bound copy. $125.00

183. Polybius. POLYBII LYCORTAE F. MEGALOPOLITANI HISTORIARUM LIBRI QUI SUPRESUNT. Interprete Isaaco Casaubono. Iacobus Gronovius recensuit, ac utriusque Casauboni, Ful. Ursini, Henr. Valesii, Iac. Palmerii & suas notas adjecit. Set of three volumes, complete. Amsterdam: Ex officina Johannis Jansonii, 1670. Set of three volumes complete. Bound in marbled boards with newer black cloth spine. All three volumes are clean and tight. Text in Greek and Latin side-by-side. An excellent early history by Polybius. This set was owned by Mormon scholar and linguist Hugh W. Nibley. His name appears inside the front cover of the first volume. $750.00

184. Popenoe, Dorothy Hughes. The Ruins of Tenampua, Honduras. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1936. Softbound covers show light wear and slight discoloration. T few pages are uncut. $25.00

185. Porter, Roy. A History of England: England in the Eighteenth Century. FOLIO SOCIETY, 1998. 528 pages. Very good condition. Slipcase has slight wear to edges. $9.25

186. Possony, Stefan T. Lenin, a Reader. Selected & Edited Regnery Publishing, 1966. Ex-library copy, with ink stamps inside the covers. The spine has some fading. The dust jacket has a label removal scar at the bottom and some wear and light soiling. Overall a very presentable copy. $12.95

187. Psalmanaazaar, George. Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa, an Island. London: Robert Holden & Company, 1926. 288 pages. Grey-blue cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The spine is faded. The former owner made margin marks in color pencil to several dozen pages. These consist of small lines in blue or red, and not underlining or written notes. This edition limited to 750 copies. $24.00

188. Quintana, Don Manuel Josef. Vidas de Espanoles Celebres. Paris: Baudry, Libreria Europea, 1845. 247 pages. 1845 printing. Full Brown leather binding. There is a piece of the leather missing at the top of the spine, measuring about 1.5 inches. The front and back joints are cracked, but the covers are holding. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Slight foxing to some of the pages. The binding is tight. The text is in Spanish. $55.00

189. Rawlins, Bert J. The Parish Churches and Nonconformist Chapels of Wales. Their Records and Where to Find Them. Volume 1. Cardigan - Carmarthen - Pembroke Salt Lake City: Celtic Heritage Research, 1987. Glossy softbound covers show slight wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy in very good condition. $30.00

190. Raymond, William O. THE RIVER ST. JOHN. IT'S PHYSICAL FEATURES, LEGENDS AND HISTORY FROM 1604-1784. St. John, New Brunswick, Canada: John A. Bowes, 1910. 552 pages. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Some discolored spots to the binding and light soiling. Binding solid. $25.00

191. Reardon, Colleen. Holy Concord within Sacred Walls: Nuns and Music in Siena, 1575-1700. Oxford University Press, 2001. 304 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $8.95

192. Reunion de Historiadores Mexicanos Y Norteamericanos. Investigaciones Contemporaneas Sobre Historia de Mexico. (Contemporary Studies in Mexican History). University of Texas Press, 1971. Light shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has wear to the edges, but is overall near very good. $10.00

193. Rev. Isaac Adams. Persia by a Persian: Personal Experiences, Manners, Customs, Habits, Religious and Social Life in Persia, [ N.p.]: Isaac Adams, 1900. 536 pages. Original black cloth covers with title in gold on the front cover. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners.  The corners are slightly bumped and rubbed. One rubbed spot at the top of the front cover. The pages are clean and tightly bound. With numerous photographic illustrations. $45.00

194. Reymond, E.A.E. Mythical Origin of the Egyptian Temple. Manchester University Press, 1969. 365 pages. Near fine condition with tight binding and  clean pages. The dust jacket has very light wear to the edges, but is also in very good condition. A rare title. $1250.00

195. Reynolds, Henry James. The World's Oldest Writings: a Story of the Ups and Downs of Civilization. Chicago: The Antiquities Corporation, 1938. 328 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Former owner's ink "withdrawn" stamp inside the front cover, but no other signs, inward or outward, of ex-library. $19.95

196. Roberts, Frederick Sleigh [Lord Roberts of Kandahar]. Forty-One Years in India, from Subaltern to Commander-In-Chief. In Two Volumes. With Portraits and Maps. London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1897. Two volume set. Blue cloth covers show wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are rubbed through. A couple of small chips to the cloth at the bottom of the spine on volume 1. The bindings are tight and overall this is a beautiful set. $55.00

197. Robertson, Norman. The History of the County Bruce and The Minor Municipalities Therein. William Briggs (Toronto), 1906. 560 pages. Red cloth covers show shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Slight soiling and some dulling to the covers. Corners are slightly bumped. The pages are tightly bound. A good history of this area around Toronto, Ontario, Canada. $35.00

198. Robertson, William. An Historical Disquisition Concerning the Knowledge Which the Ancients Had of India. Dublin, Ireland: A. Strahan, And T. Cadell, 1791. 349 pages. 1791 edition. Bound in the original full dark brown mottled leather binding, with gold-decorated panels on the spine and gold ruled edges on the front and back covers. There is light wear only to the binding, some rubbing to the bottom corners. The hinges are tight and the text block is clean, with only light scattered foxing. Includes the two folding maps. This copy has been preserved beautifully and is in near very good condition. $250.00

199. Rogers, Captain Woodes & Robert C. Leslie. Life Aboard a British Privateer in the Time of Queen Anne. Chapman & Hall, 1894. Signed by the author. 1889 first edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners lightly bumped. The binding is tight. $75.00

200. Rose, Hugh James. A New General Biographical Dictionary. Complete set of 12 volumes. London: B. Fellowes, 1848. Complete set of 12 volumes. All volumes are bound in original brown half leather binding, with leather spine and corners and beautiful marbled paper boards, pastedowns and endpapers. The edges of the text block are also marbled. There is some wear to the spine edges and corners, with some corners slightly rubbed through. Some of the volumes has rubbing to the edges of the covers and several have some of the marbled paper rubbed away in spots. All of the leather spines are in beautiful condition, with no chips or breaks to the leather. The hinges are tight on each volume and the text blocks are clean and square. Overall a beautiful set. $250.00

201. Rossoff, Dovid. Safed: The Mystical City. Feldheim Pub, 1992. 269 pages. Glossy hardback covers show light wear to the edges and corners. A  clean and tight copy. $29.95

202. Rowe, Kenneth. THE FORWARDING AGENTS. Toronto, Canada: Philatelic Specialists Society, 1966. 165 pages. Slight shelf wear to spine and corners. $24.50

203. Sanceau, Elaine. KNIGHT OF THE RENAISSANCE: D. JOAO DE CASTRO: SOLDIER, SAILOR, SCIENTIST, AND VICEROY OF INDIA, 1500-1548. New York: Hutchinson & Co. , [n.d. ca. 1950'. Slight Shelf wear, else VG in slightl edge-worn dust jacket. $17.95

204. Saunders, Christopher C. The Annexation of the Transkeian Territories. Milner and the Schreiner Ministry, 1898-1900, Part 1. Pretoria, Southa Africa: The Government Printer, 1978. Ex-library, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Slight bowing to boards. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $75.00

205. Schele, Linda &  Jeffrey H. Miller. The Mirror, the Rabbit, and the Bundle: Accession Expressions from the Classic Maya Inscriptions. Dumbarton Oaks Pub Service, 1983. 99 pages. Blue softbound covers show wear to the edges. There is a crease to the front cover and a few small stains on the covers. $25.00

206. Scott, Temple. Lord Chesterfield and His Letters to His Sons. Folcroft Library Editions, 1982. 46 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Printing limited to 200 copies. $15.00

207. Seavoy, Ronald E. Famine in Peasant Societies.  Praeger, 1986. 490 pages. Signed by the author. Slight shelf wear to spine edges and corners.  $6.00

208. Seavoy, Ronald E.. Subsistence and Economic Development. Praeger, 2000. 296 pages. Signed by the author. Glossy softbound covers with light wear to the edges. $8.00

209. Seward, Alfred Francis. The Star Gazers of Egypt: Containing the History and Mysteries of Astrology. A.F. Seward & Co, 1919. 202 pages. Blue decorated covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $85.00

210. Shah, Idries &  Louis Marin. Oriental Magic. Octagon Pr, 1993. 202 pages. Slight wear else very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $45.00

211. Sheinin, David. Searching for Authority:   Pan Americanism, Diplomacy and Politics in US-Argentine Relations, 1910-1930. University Press of the South, 1998. 188 pages. Signed by the author. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. O clean and tight copy. $115.00

212. Sisson, Edgar. One Hundred Red Days: A Personal Chronicle of the Bolshevik Revolution.122. Double-clickBoi Yale University Press, 1931. Black cloth covers show wear to the spine edges. The corners are slightly rubbed through. A few small scuffed spots to the binding. The pages are tightly bound and clean. $44.50

213. Smith, Adam. An Inquiry Into The Nature and Cause of the Wealth of Nations. Set of 3 volumes complete. London: A.Strahan and T.Cadell in the Strand, 1793. 1793 seventh edition complete in three volumes. Original Brown leather bindings. There is wear and rubbing to the edges of the covers, with corners slightly worn through and slightly bumped. Usual rubbed and slightly discolored spots to the leather covers, with a few small soiled spots. The spines show wear and rubbing to the edges and some darkening and scuffs. A few small spots where the surface leather has peeled from the spine, but not serious. Red leather title labels. The title label for volume 1 is partially chipped away at the top, affecting the first three letters of the word Wealth on the title. The small round black leather volume number label on volume 3 is missing and is partially chipped away on volume 1. The text blocks and hinges are sound and tight. The pages are clean, with only occasional light foxing, mostly to the margins. One leaf in volume 2 appears to have been damaged by the printer. It is crumpled and creased in the middle, but still complete and intact. A beautiful set of this incomparable classic, which essentially gave rise to the field of political economy. $1250.00

214. Smith, George A.-editor. Illustrated History of Rome. From the Founding of the City by Romulus, 753 B.C., To the Capture of Constantinople by the Turks, 1456 A.D. Set of 2 volumes. Philadelphia: Gebbie & Co., 1884. Two volume set. Bound in deluxe olive-green leather, with leather spine and corners and beautiful marble paper over the remainder of the boards. There is also beautiful marbled paper paste-downs and endsheets. All page edges are gold-edged. This set is in near very good condition, with only minor wear to the edges of the boards in a few places. There is a small spot to the top of the front joint on volume I wear the leather has started to split, but is not corner pulled away. Volume 1 also has a scratch mark in the middle of the front board, about 6 inches long and very thin, barely visible. The text blocks are tight and pages are clean and tightly bound. An extraordinarily well-preserved set. With 52 full-page steel-engraved illustrations of Roman leaders and other prominent Romans. There are also hundreds of woodcut illustrations throughout the two volumes. With 52 full-page steel-engraved illustrations of Roman leaders and other prominent Romans. There are also hundreds of woodcut illustrations throughout the two volumes. $750.00

215. Smith, Grafton Elliot. The Diffusion of Culture. Kennikat Press, 1971. 244 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $13.00

216. Smith, W. Robertson. Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia. Adam & Charles Black, 1903. 1903 printing. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped and rubbed. The binding is tight. A couple of text pages in the middle of the book have small chips and tears at the edges, but no text is missing. $339.50

217. Society of Primitive Technology. Bulletin of Primitive Technology. Spring 1998, Number 15. Society of Primitive Technology, 1998. 96 pages. Spring 1998 issue. Glossy softbound covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. Former owner's name is marked up in black marker the top of the front cover. $17.50

218. Society of Primitive Technology. Bulletin of Primitive Technology Fall 1999 No. 18 Society of Primitive Technology, 1999. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges and corners.. Overall very good condition. $12.50

219. Society of Primitive Technology. Bulletin of Primitive Technology. Spring 1999, Number 17. Society of Primitive Technology, 1999. 96 pages. Spring 1999 issue. Softbound covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy. $17.50

220. Southey, Robert. Sir Thomas More: Or, Colloquies on the Progress and Prospects of Society. Set of two volumes. London: John Murray, 1829. 1829 editions. Set of two volumes. Bound in original brown half leather, with leather spine and corners and marbled paper boards. There is some wear to the spine edges and corners, with the corners being rubbed through. A few small scuffed spots to the leather spine and some rubbed spots to the marbled paper boards. The hinges are tight and the text blocks are sound. The pages are clean, with only a few showing foxing. The engraved illustrations show foxing to the edges, which in some instances transfers the foxing to the opposite facing page. Overall a beautiful set of this important social history. $250.00

221. Spargo, John. KARL MARX: HIS LIFE AND WORK. New York: B. W. Huebsch, 1912. Some wear and rubbing to spine and corners. $13.95

222. Spears, John R. THE GOLD DIGGINGS OF CAPE HORN A STUDY OF LIFE IN TIERRA DEL FUEGO AND PATAGONIA. New  York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1895. 319 pages. Front hinge just starting, but holding. Some wear and rubbing to spine and corners. Binding tight and pages clean. $65.00

223. Spennemann, Dirk H. R. Tattooing in the Marshall Islands. Bess Pr Inc, 2009. 204 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges and corners of the covers. $15.00

224. Stalin, Joseph. Stalin's correspondence with Churchill and Attlee, 1941-1945. Capricorn Books, 1965. 400 pages. Softbound covers show wear and rubbing to the edges. The front cover has a couple of tape-reinforced areas and has a crease. There is slight discoloration to the spine and front cover. Still a solid reading copy. $9.50

225. Stephens, John L. INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN CENTRAL AMERICA, CHIAPAS, AND YUCATAN. Volume II only. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1858. 474 pages. This is volume II only of the two-volume set. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Small chips to the cloth at the edges of the spine. With numerous plates. $75.00

226. Steward, Julian. Handbook of South American Indians: Volume 1: The Marginal Tribes. GPO, 1946. Volume 1 only. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners bumped. Soiled spots on cover. $45.00

227. Steward, Julian H. Handbook of South American Indians: Volume 3-The Tropical Forest Tribes. Washington: US Govt. Printing Office, 1948. 1011 pages. Volume 3 only. Shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners bumped. Fading to the spine and cover. $49.50

228. Steward, Julian H. Handbook of South American Indians: Volume 6- Physical Anthropology. See notes, 1950. Volume 6 only. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $17.50

229. Steward, Julian H. Handbook of South American Indians: Volume 5-The Comparative Ethnology of South American Indians. Cooper Square Pub, 1963. Volume 5 only. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $17.50

230. Strickland, Agnes. Lives of the Queens of England. From the Norman Conquest, with Anecdotes of the Courts. Complete set of 12 volumes. London: Henry Colburn, Publisher, 1840. Rare first edition complete set of 12 volumes in leather.  Printed from 1840-1848. All of the bindings are in the original half black leather binding black spine and corners and marbled paper over boards. Beautiful bindings. There is some wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners and a few of the volumes have scuffing and rubbing to the spines. The set is remarkably well-preserved, with none of the bindings broken, no chips or missing pieces of leather, and no loose pages. This monumental work was researched and written mainly by two sisters, Elisabeth and Agnes Strickland, with Agnes being given authorship credit. The first edition is extremely scarce, especially in the half-leather bindings. $450.00

231. Strong, Richard P.-editor. The African Republic of Liberia and the Belgian Congo. Set of 2 volumes. Greenwood Press, 1969. 568 pages. Set of two volumes. Reprint of the 1930 first edition. Brown cloth covers show some shelf wear to the edges. Volume 2 has a small gouge to the cloth on the spine, which has been repaired. There is still a puncture mark evident, however. Volume 1 has some abrasion to the fore-edge of the pages of the text block and some abrasion to the cover. Looks like the fore-edge has been poked with pins with the book held closed. Slight damage into the very edges of the pages. Still a good reference set. $49.50

232. Stuart, George E. A Maya Wooden Figure From Belize. Together with "Nights Errand: A Look at Wayward Lords of the Night", and "The Weavers in the Codices". Center for Maya Research, 1999. 50 pages. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. Three titles combined into one book. $35.00

233. Sullivan, A.M. New Ireland. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1878. 532 pages. Green cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and the corners. The corners are slightly bumped. One white scuffed spot on the front cover. $12.50

234. Suyematsu, Baron. The Risen Sun. London: Archibald Constable & Company, 1905. 1st Edition. 355 pages. 1905 first edition. Ex-library copy, with library ink marks on the spine, library stamps inside the front cover, and library card pocket inside the back cover. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners are quite bumped.  The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $25.00

235. Swift, Fletcher Harper. EDUCATION IN ANCIENT ISRAEL. FROM EARLIEST TIMES TO 70 A.D. Chicago: Open Court Publishing Company, 1919. 134 pages. First edition. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $15.00

236. T. Cadell & W. Davies. Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Honourable Henry Home of Kames, One of the Senators of the College of Justice, and One of the Lords Commissioners of Justiciary in Scotland. Two volume set. London: T. Cadell and W. Davis, 1807. 1807 first edition. Set of two volumes. Both volumes are in the original marbled paper board covers. Both have been rebacked with replacement leather spine a beautiful workmanship with raised bands. The board edges and corners show some rubbing, with the corners bumped. The corners were also repaired with leather restoration. Some discoloration and darkening to the marbled paper and some rubbing to the covers. The bindings are tight and the pages are clean. This is the rare 1807 first edition. $750.00

237. Taki, Shodo. Japan Today. Society for Japanese Cultural Information, 1948. 371 pages. Cloth cover with string-tied binding. Wear to the pages and cover. Sewing broken in a two places on the bottom of the spine. Numerous photographs and one large foldout map in the middle of the book. $9.00

238. Taube, Karl A. A Representation of the Principal Bird Deity in the Paris Codex.  Center for Maya Research, 1987. 24 pages. Large softbound covers with stapled binding. Light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $26.50

239. Taylor, Bayard. TRAVELS IN GREECE AND RUSSIA, WITH AN EXCURSION TO CRETE. New York: G. P. Putnam, 1859. 426 pages. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners rubbed and bumped. $35.00

240. Taylor, Bayard. CYCLOPAEDIA OF MODERN TRAVEL.  A RECORD OF ADVENTURE, EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY FOR THE PAST SIXTY YEARS. Set of two volumes. New York: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., 1861. Set of two volumes. Both volumes are bound in 1/2 leather, with beautiful leather spines. Raised bands and leather labels on the spine. The corners are rubbed a bit. Slight warping to the covers.There are some scuffed and rubbed spots to the leather, but not serious. Page edges are marbled. Marbled endpapers and paste-downs. A beautiful set.  $100.00

241. The Empire Press. Norwich Floods, August 1912. N.p.: The Empire Press, 1912. Red softbound covers. The edges of the covers have some wear and creasing and slight chips. The covers and pages are creased in three pages vertically from being folded. A photographic viewbook of the catastrophic flooding in Norwich, England in August of 1912. $15.00

242. The James Bayne Company. MONTREAL IN HALFTONE. Grand Rapids, Michigan: The James Bayne Company, 1910. 31 pages. Oblong flexible paper covers. There is some wear to the edges of the covers. The top of the spine has a small spot that has been chewed by an insect, barely noticeable. The front cover has a crease in the right corner from being bent. With black-and-white photographs throughout the book of Montreal and the surrounding area. A very nice photographic view book. $20.00

243. Tokyo Asahi Shimbun. Japan: A Pictorial Interpretation. -, 1934. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. There is some fraying to the cloth at the spine edges and the spine has some discoloration. $15.00

244. Trollope, Mrs. A Visit to Italy. In two volumes. Richard Bently, 1842. 1842 printing complete in two volumes. Original 3/4 dark green leather bindings with marbled paper over board covers and marbled pastedowns and endpapers. This set has been preserved remarkably, and shows only the slightest of wear to the spine edges and corners. The hinges are tight and the text blocks are square, with clean pages. A few pages near the end of each book have scattered foxing, but the vast majority of pages are clean and white with no foxing. It is unusual to have a set from this time period rated as very good condition, but that is what this set warrants. $250.00

245. Vaquero, Quinton Aldea-et al. DICCIONARIO DE HISTORIA ECLESIASTICA DE ESPANA. Volume I (A-C) only. Madrid, Spain: Instituto Enrique Florez, 1972. 671 pages. This is volume I only. Ex- $40.00

246. Vattel, M.D.-translator. Law of Nations: or Principles of the Law of Nature Applied to the Conduct and Affairs of Nationals and Sovereigns.. North, Massachusetts: Thomas M. Pomroy, 1805. 363 pages. 1805 edition. Original brown leather binding with leather label on the spine. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. The corners are bumped. There is a white paint stain to the top corner of the back cover. The leather shows some rubbed and scuffed areas. The leather label is slightly chipped and worn. The hinges are sound and the text block is square and tight. There is scattered foxing to the text. A solid copy throughout. $100.00

247. Vermaseren, Maarten J.. Cybele and Attis: The Myth and the Cult. Thames & Hudson Ltd, 1977. 224 pages. Slight shelf wear, else VG in slightly worn dust jacket. $24.50

248. Veytia, Mariano. Historia Antigua de Mexico. Two volume set. Volumes I & II complete. Mexico City, Mexico: Editorial Leyenda, 1944. Two volume set. Thicker softbound illustrated covers. There is some wear to the edges of the spine and corners. A few lightly soiled spots to the binding. Some browning to the page edges. The pages are clean and tightly bound. The text is in Spanish. $80.00

249. W.P. Nimmo, Hay & Mitchell. THE STORY OF THE INDIAN MUTINY, 1857-58. Bound together with THE STORY OF THE GOOD SHIP BOUNTY AND HER MUTINEERS. AND MUTINIES IN HIGHLAND REGIMENTS Edinburgh: W. P. Nimmo, Hay & Mitchell, . Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and the corners. Corners are slightly bumped. This book contains both of these titles bound into one book. Nice decorative pictorial binding. $49.50

250. Wainio, Ken. Letters From Al Kemi. Berkeley, California: Sombre Reptile, 1982. 78 pages. Signed by author. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $30.00

251. Walford, Cohnelius. Fairs Past and Present: A Chapter in the History of Commerce. Lenox Hill Pub, 1967. 1967 Franklin Burt reprint edition. Maroon cloth covers show some wear to the edges. $11.95

252. Walmsley, Edward. Physiognomical Portraits: One Hundred Distinguished Characters From Undoubted Originals. Complete set of two volumes. London: John Major, 1824. Two volume set complete. Printed in 1824. This set has beautifully rebound in full black leather, with raised bands and gold decorated panels and  board edges. This is an ex-library set, with the library call number embossed in gold at the bottom of the spine of both volumes. The spine edges and corners show wear and some rubbing. The corners are rubbed through. The binding still a stunningly beautiful, as this was a masterful leather binding. The text blocks are tight and the pages are complete. There is scattered foxing the edges of some of the pages. The tissue guards covering each engraved portrait illustrations are mostly present. Some have caused minor foxing to the edges of the image. Each volume is illustrated with 50 steel-engraved portraits of prominent people of the day. There are many literary figures included, including Shakespeare, Dante, Milton, Samuel Johnson, Erasmus, Locke, and many others. Also political figures such as Kings and emperors and explorers and historical figures such as Capt. James Cook, Sir Isaac Newton, Leonardo da Vinci, Martin Luther, and American painter Benjamin West, as examples. Each portrait has an accompanying biographical sketch, which is printed in both English and French for each entry. A magnificent set with beautiful engravings throughout. $400.00

253. Ward, Ned. The London Spy: The Vanities and Vices of the Town Exposed to View. Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1927. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners lightly rubbed. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges, but is still quite presentable. $40.00

254. Ward, Robert DeCourcy. The Acclimatization of the White Race in the Tropics. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian, 1931. Softbound covers. Light wear to the edges. $15.00

255. Warren, Henry W. SIGHTS AND INSIGHTS, OR KNOWLEDGE BY TRAVEL. New York & Cincinnati: Nelson & Phillips and Hitchcock & Walden, 1876. 299 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners rubbed through. Some of the cloth is worn away at the edges of the spine. $17.25

256. Weaver, Elissa B. Convent Theatre in Early Modern Italy: Spiritual Fun and Learning for Women. Cambridge University Press, 2002. 320 pages. Very good condition, both book and dust jacket. $53.50

257. Weiant, C.W. An Introduction to the Ceramics of Tres Zapotes Veracruz, Mexico. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Officek, 1943. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy of the 1943 printing. $10.00

258. Whitebread, Charles. The Magic, Psychic, Ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman Medical Collections of the Division of Medicine in the United States National Museum. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1924., 1924. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. Pages have untrimmed fore-edges and has some uncut pages. $10.00

259. Willard, Theodore A. The Lost Empires of the Itzaes and Mayas: An American Civilization, Contemporary with Christ, Which Rivaled the Culture of Egypt. Arthur H. Clark Company, 1933. 449 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  The corners are slightly rubbed through. A clean and tight copy. $22.50

260. Willey, Gordon R. EXCAVATIONS AT SEIBAL. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1990. 276 pages. Softbound covers. Shelf wear to spine and corners. $32.95

261. William D. Ticknor. DESULTORY REMINISCENCES  OF A TOUR THROUGH GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, AND FRANCE. By an American. Boston: William D. Ticknor, 1838. 364 pages. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped and rubbed through. Fading to the binding. Pages are clean and tightly bound. $48.50

262. Wilson, Van. Rich in All But Money Life in Hungate 1900-1938 Archaeological Resource Centre, 1996. 142 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $14.95

263. Wood, Frances. The Silk Road. Folio Society, 2007. Spine is slightly color faded, otherwise very good condition. The slipcase has some shelf wear. $8.95

264. Wright , Norman Pelham. A Mexican Medley for the Curious. Ediciones Tolteca , S.A., 1961. Beautiful full tan leather fine binding. Slight wear to the spine edges and corners. Near very good condition. $22.00

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