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By: Field, Rachel
Publisher: New York, MacMillan: 1940
Edition: 1st ed.
Seller ID: 1093
Miniature book: 4"x5". A Christmas fable Field won the Newberry Medal for best children's book of 1929, "Hitty". Fine in good d/w, which has the price clipped out. Signed by Field on end-paper. View more info
Publisher: Los Angeles:, Dawson's Book Shop,: 1976.
Edition: First Thus;
Seller ID: 000130
First book publication of Jeffers' poem, first published in the Occidental Mid-Winter magazine, 1905. Fine in outward appearance, but several pages have separated from spine. 2"x2-3/4". View more info
By: Kipling, Rudyard
Publisher: London, MacMillan & Co: 1923
Edition: 1st ed.
Seller ID: 17092204
Irish Guards in the Great War / Edited and Compiled from their Diaries and Papers, Vols 1 & 2 London: MacMillan & Co, 1923. 8vo, red cloth with gilt titles and regimental badge in gold on upper covers, t.e.g. 1st UK ed. The War service of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards from 1914 to 1918. Meticulously researched from primary sources, Kipling undertook this regimental history following the death in action of his son John at the Battle of Loos. 9 maps. Fine, as-new copi... View more info
Publisher: John H. Eggers: 1917
Seller ID: 122905
Four miniature story books in original box. Each book 2- 1/4" x 2 3/4", 8pp., stapled wrappers with three-color illustrations. Box has an illustration on the front with the verse ' Here are little story books that I am sending you, I hope you'll like the stories and colored pictures, too!'. The books are all in Very good-near fine condition; the box has some light rubbing along the edges and a prior owner’s inked gift inscription; this is light and not very noticeable ... View more info
Publisher: Dolmen Press: 1955
Seller ID: k181227b
1st ed., 16mo. ¼ vellum, gray boards. Black titling on spine spinese. Limited to a total printing of 350 copiesthis is one of only 50 copies hand-colored and signed by the artist. (#31/50] The text is from the Douai version of Saint Matthew's Gospel. A near fine copy of this very scarce Dolmen press item. A 1” crease runs along the upper right front corner; otherwise pristine. Contains three line drawings by MacWeeney plus a small graphic on the title page. The large... View more info