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Spring 2018 – From Galileo to The Great Gatsby

By Raptis Rare Books

Spring 2018 – From Galileo to The Great Gatsby
Spring 2018 – From Galileo to The Great Gatsby
We invite you to browse a carefully curated selection of exceptional rare books and signed documents with the arrival of our Spring 2018 Catalog. Highlights of the catalog include a rare first edition of Thomas Salusbury’s Mathematical Collections and Translations containing the first English translation of Galileo’s Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, a first Basel edition of Sir Thomas More’s Utopia and Epigrammata, an exceptional 1861 Military Commission signed by President Abraham Lincoln, a scarce Autograph Letter Signed by brilliant inventor Nikola Tesla, a rare presentation copy of The Great Gatsby inscribed by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and James Dean’s first edition copy of John Steinbeck’s East of Eden with his ownership signature.


By Jeff Weber Rare Books

201: A PACIFIC MISCELLANY: ASIA & THE AMERICAS 86 books: Beechey's Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beering’s Strait (1831); Maynard Dixon, Poems and Seven Drawings, Grabhorn Press, (1923); Edwards, A Voyage up the River Amazon (1847); Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1882-3); Badeau, Military History of Ulysses S. Grant, from April, 1861, to April, 1865 (1881); Hartshorne, Japan and Her People; Holder & Woods, Our Living World; An Artistic Edition of the Rev. J. G. Wood’s Natural History of Animate Creation (1885); Kelly, A Stroll through Diggings of California (1852); Tarbell's Lincoln (1909); Mackay, The History of the United States of America Continued to
the Southern Secession (8 vols.); Morgan, League of the Ho-De’-No-Sau-Nee or Iroquois (1901); Roosevelt & Grinnell, American Big-Game Hunting (1893); Schoolcraft, Notes on the Iroquois (1847); Smith's Ancient Tales and Folklore of Japan (1908); Sylvester, Indian Wars of New England (1910); Wimer, Events in Indian History (1842); Wright & Allom, China (1843); and a special LARGE PAPER COPY - one of only 22 printed - of Carl Irving Wheat's, The Maps of the California Gold Region. 1848-1857, Grabhorn Press, 1942.

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By Jeff Weber Rare Books

200: FROM NAPOLEON TO VICTORIA: 19TH CENTURY EUROPE 53 books: Marie Antoinette; Bidwell's Forging His Chains (1890); Dibdin, A Bibliographical Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany (1821); Cassell’s History of England; Ewald, The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, K. G., and His Times (1882-3); Fellowes, A Visit to the Monastery of La Trappe, in 1817 (1823); Gibbon, Roman Empire (1881); Gibson, The Anatomy of Humane Bodies Epitomized (1694); Lodge, Portraits of illustrious Personages of Great Britain (1840); The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet (1845); Sleeman, Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official (1844); Thornton, Illustrations of the History and Practices of the Thugs (1837); Wilson, Tales of the Borders, and of Scotland, etc.

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Late July 2018 E-List

By Caliban Book Shop

Late July 2018 E-List 26 items, art, design, photography, literature, leatherbound & more

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Catalog 63, Summer 2018

By E.M. Maurice Books

Catalog 63, Summer 2018 Catalog 63 is filled with ALL NEW ARRIVALS! We present 200 items that we've acquired over the past few months including a first edition of Dr. Seuss' landmark book The Cat in the Hat as well as The Cat in the Hat Comes Back. We also found an early Sendak title we've never seen before, Circus Girl; it is a first edition and it's in beautiful condition. There are so many illustrated editions of Robert Louis Stevenson's Child's Garden of Verses and we had a nice group of them come in, see items 178-184. An uncommon Charles Robinson illustrated title came through our doors, Doris and David All Alone by Elizabeth Marc aka Princess Nusrat, and it retains its original dust jacket! We haven't seen a copy of Tomie De Paola's Strega Nona in years, but now we have a first edition, see item 42. A first edition of our favorite Louis Slobodkin title made its way onto our shelves, The Little Mermaid Who Could Not Sing; it's amusing, fun and teaches a valuable lesson and the illustrations are just perfect. Lastly, we stumbled on a nice copy of the Edith Wharton & Maxfield Parrish masterpiece, Italian Gardens and Their Villas, a first edition from 1904. Frankly, we're tickled. Thank you for taking the time to look at our catalog.

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