Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books & Manuscripts
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HISTORY OF ROME

HISTORY OF ROME

by (BINDINGS - FINELY BOUND SETS). ARNOLD, THOMAS

London : B. Fellowes et al. , 1848 (click for more details)
THE HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE; AND A VIEW OF THE PROGRESS OF SOCIETY FROM THE RISE OF THE MODERN KINGDOM TO THE PEACE OF PARIS IN 1763; IN A SERIES OF LETTERS FROM A NOBLEMAN TO HIS SON
KIT CARSON'S LIFE AND ADVENTURES, FROM FACTS NARRATED BY HIMSELF

KIT CARSON'S LIFE AND ADVENTURES, FROM FACTS NARRATED BY HIMSELF

by (CARSON, KIT). PETERS, DEWITT C.

Hartford : Dustin Gilman & Co , 1874 (click for more details)
THE ADVENTURES OF TELEMACHUS, THE SON OF ULYSSES

THE ADVENTURES OF TELEMACHUS, THE SON OF ULYSSES

by (WALKER, EMERY, HIS COPY). FENELON, FRANCOIS SALIGNAC DE LA MOTHE

London : W. and W. Strahan , 1768 (click for more details)
MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE AND TIMES OF DANIEL DEFOE: CONTAINING A REVIEW OF HIS WRITINGS, AND HIS OPINIONS UPON A VARIETY OF IMPORTANT MATTERS, CIVIL AND ECCLESIASTICAL

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Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 73 Historically Significant and Decorative Bindings from the 15th Century to the Present

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Phillip J. Pirages Catalogue 72 Medieval to Modern Manuscripts, Incunabula, and Books Printed from 1501 to the Present, Including Fine Bindings and Private Press