The Franfrolico Press. Satyrs, Fauns & Fine Books.
Ravelston, Private Libraries Association, 2009. 4°. 328 pages. Hardcover. / Original blue cloth. Excellent / Near Fine condition.
The Amateur’s Guide to Architecture. With Numerous Illustrations.
Edinburgh, John Grant, 1905. 12.5 cm x 18.5 cm. Frontispiece with guard, X, 180 pages. Numerous engraved illustrations throughout text. Prize-Binding in beautifully bound Hardcover (full navy morocco) with gilt lettering on red title-label on spine with raised bands and gilt-tooled decoration to compartments. Gilt amorial stamp of Wimborne Grammar School (now Queen Elizabeth’s School) embossed on front board. Ornate gillt ruling board edges. Marvelously marbled pastedowns, endpapers and edges. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. With protecive mylar. Few very small abrasions to leather at spine only. Crack to gutter between front endapers. Binding still good and firm. Some very minor foxing to otherwise clean and bright interior. Dated (July 1909) inscription from A.D.H Allan, Headmaster, and discreet stamps on front endpapers
Walter Benjamin – Sammlung J. Leinweber. [Mit einem Vorwort von Iring Fetscher].
Marburg, Antiquariat Dr. Jörg Leinweber, 1996. Quarto (21 cm x 29,7 cm). , Portrait-Frontispiz, 457,  Seiten. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen von faksimilierten Briefen Benjamins, Buchtiteln etc. Original Softcover. Sehr guter Zustand / Excellent, close to new condition with only minor signs of wear.
Thomas Graves Law [Including an Appendix with: “A Bibliography of the Principal Writings and Editions of Thomas Graves Law”].
No Place of print Given, Privately Printed, 1904. 13.5 cm x 19.5 cm. Frontispiece (Black and white photograph of Thomas Grave Law). 39 pages. Original Softcover. Stiff card covers. Very good- condition with only minor signs of external wear. Foxing to endpapers and some isolated occurances to internal pages. Pencil marking by previous owner on endpaper.
Are You a Bromide ? or The Sulphitic Theory, expounded and exemplified according to the most recent researches into the psychology of boredom, including many well-known Bromidioms now in use. With decorations by the author.
Fourth Printing. New York, B.W. Huebsch, 1906. 18cm x 12.5cm. 63 pages. Original Hardcover with illustrated frontcover. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. Upper hinge with minor split. Very interesting bookplate of the ABAA (American Booksellers’ Association) to the front pastedown. The bookplate has the printed dedication “Compliments of B.W.Huebsch” and is signed in ink by Gelett Burgess.
Printing and the Mind of Man : A Descriptive Catalogue Illustrating the Impact of Print on the Evolution of Western Civilization During Five Centuries. Compiled and edited by John Carter & Percy H. Muir. Assisted by Nicolas Barke, H.A.Feisenberger, Howard Nixon and S.H.Steinberg. With an introductory Essay by Denys Hay.
Second edition, revised and enlarged. Munich, Karl Pressler, 1983. Folio. XXV, V-XXXIV, 280 pages with many illustrations throughout the book. Original Hardcover in protective Mylar cover. Excellent, as new condition.
The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha. Translated from the Original Spanish by Charles Jarvis, Esq. [Bound with: “The Life of Michael de Cervantes Saavedra” and an “Advertisement concerning the Plates”].
Second issue of the First Jarvis Edition. Two Volumes (complete set). London, J. & R. Tonson and R. Dodsley, 1738-1742. Quarto. Pagination: Volume I: Frontispiece, XXIV, (8), I – [XXIV], (interrupted with 8 unnumbered pages: “Supplement to the Translator’s Preface,” on the origin of books of chivalry, [by Wiliam Warburton]), continued pagination [XXV-XXXII], Second Frontispiece (Portrait of Cervantes by George Vertue after G. Kent), V, (2), 355 pages with 28 copperplates (including the two frontispieces). Volume II: XII, 388 pages with 41 copperplate illustrations. In total 69 copperplate engravings, all drawn by John Vanderbank and engraved by Gerard van der Gucht / Vandergucht. Modern Hardcover bindings by an english masterbinder, styled to the 18th century period and with new endpapers that carry the original bookplates / Exlibris of John Fane, (Lord Burgersh) the Earl of Westmoreland. Excellent condition with only minor signs of foxing to the outer margins of the pages. All illustrations in strong and fresh imprint. An excellent set from a famous library.
Bibliographie De La Littérature Française Du Dix-Huitième Siècle.
Three Volumes, Complete Set. Paris, Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique, 1969. 18.8 cm x 27.5 cm. Pagination: Unpaginated. Volume I: X, [760 pages], Authors A-D. Volume II: [761-1439 pages], Authors E-Q. Volume III: [1440-2137 pages], R-Z et Index [Plus extra: Volume III (Second Edition), [1440-2137 pages], N-Z et Index. Original Hardcover. Very good+ condition with only minor signs of external wear. Only very minor stains to covers. Very minor foxing to edges. Otherwise, clean, bright and strong binding. The price for this heavy set includes international shipping per Courier !