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SENSING SILVER [Original screenprint]

SENSING SILVER [Original screenprint]

by Tang [Kan], Mina

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[Np: Printed by the Artist], [1971].. Original folio (45.7 x 40.5 cm) screen print, in back silver and metallic gray. Fine. Edition size not specified, but signed and dated by the artist in the lower margin. Fine.
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BLOODWARM I [Original Monoprint]

by Tang [Kan], Mina

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[Np: The Artist], 1970.. Original color monoprint (45.7 x 35 cm, plus full margins). Titled, signed and dated by the artist in the lower margin. Tiny mounting tape mark at extreme edges of top and bottom margins, otherwise about fine.
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NOTITIA MONASTICA: OR, AN ACCOUNT OF ALL THE ABBIES, PRIORIES, AND HOUSES OF FRIERS, HERETOFORE IN ENGLAND AND WALES; AND ALSO OF ALL THE COTTAGES AND HOSPITALS...

by Tanner, Thomas

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London: Printed by William Bowyer ... and Sold by John Whiston, 1744.. [4],xliv, 3 plates of monastic arms, [10],722,[54]pp. Folio. Old calf, neatly rebacked to style (but with incorrect date at toe of spine). Portrait. Foretips a bit worn, binding a bit rubbed, light occasional foxing, but a very good copy. Second, considerably enlarged edition, published under the auspices of the Society for the Encouragement of Learning. The first edition was published at Oxford in 1695, and by 1709 Tanner had ready a second, improved edition. However, that edition never appeared, though much of the additional material was incorporated into this edition, which was edited by his brother, John Tanner. The Bowyer ledgers record the edition consisted of 500 copies. There are a few early annotations, and a correction or two to the text, and an 1846 inscription on the front pastedown indicating this copy was a gift of another Thomas Tanner in 1846. ESTC T97254.
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THE CHRISTIAN WARRIOR PROPERLY ARMED; OR, THE DEIST UNMASK'D. BEING A FAITHFUL DEFENCE OF THE...

THE CHRISTIAN WARRIOR PROPERLY ARMED; OR, THE DEIST UNMASK'D. BEING A FAITHFUL DEFENCE OF THE HOLY TRINITY. FOR THE USE OF ALL CHRISTIAN FAMILIES

by Tansúr, William (1706-1783)

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Cambridge: Printed for and sold by the Author [et al], 1776.. [3],4-16pp. (lacking the typographic frontis noted in ESTC). Octavo. Extracted from nonce pamphlet volume. A bit tanned, small chip in blank top edge of title leaf, otherwise near very good. First edition of this late, but rather uncommon collection of anti-Deist verse quatrains by the prolific hymn-writer, music teacher and bookseller. According to some sources, Tansúr published 43 anthems and 197 Hymn tunes besides canticles, Anglican chants and cannons. His work was particularly influential on early American hymnology. This title is rather uncommon: ESTC locates only 3 copies, at the BL, Cambridge and NY Historical. ESTC T126402. OCLC: 812579315.
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ABACUS NOW: FOOTNOTES TO INDECENT PLEASURES & OBSERVATIONS ON FINE BOOK PRINTING, BOOK-...

ABACUS NOW: FOOTNOTES TO INDECENT PLEASURES & OBSERVATIONS ON FINE BOOK PRINTING, BOOK- COLLECTING & MATTERS PERSONAL INCLUDING HOW TO SURVIVE IN THE COMPUTER AGE ...

by Targ, William

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New York: Targ Editions. Cloth backed glazed boards, with gilt cat device. Trace of minor shelf-rubbing along lower board edges, otherwise fine in torn and chipped plain parchment wrapper. First edition. Inscribed and signed by the author/publisher. One of 200 copies with separate sections printed letter-press on different papers by Leonard Seastone, Ronald Gordon and Leslie Miller. The colophon is signed by each of the printers and by the author, William Targ. An appendix lists the first 24 titles published under the Targ Editions imprint. There is a manuscript correction in the publication price of this title.
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REFLECTIONS OF AN INDEPENDENT MIND

REFLECTIONS OF AN INDEPENDENT MIND

by Thaw, Eugene Victor

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[New York]: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1997.. viii,229,[2]pp. Large octavo. Cloth backed marbled boards, spine lettered. Tipped-in color frontis. Fine, without dust jacket, as issued. First edition. One of 500 copies printed at the Stinehour Press after a design by Jerry Kelly. A collection of essays, reviews and tributes to friends by the long-time art dealer, curator, editor and collector. A presentation copy, inscribed "for James. an amateur dares to present this slight effort to a master with hope it will not prove too embarrassing. With affection and friendship, Gene. Feb 17,1998."
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ANNOUNCING THE THEATRE GUILD'S LONDON SEASON 1929 [wrapper title]

ANNOUNCING THE THEATRE GUILD'S LONDON SEASON 1929 [wrapper title]

by [Theatre Guild]

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New York: The Theatre Guild, [ca. 1928-1929].. [16]pp. Stapled wrappers. Pictorial initials and devices. Mild soiling to rear panel, else fine. First edition. The Theatre Guild, a subscription theatre company, announces the London production of a repertoire of plays that had proven popular in New York and are now scheduled for London productions. The pamphlet sets out which plays they intend presenting, including "Caprice," "Strange Interlude," "Volpone," and "Arms and the Man," and others.
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THE STORY OF THE THEATRE GUILD 1919 - 1947

THE STORY OF THE THEATRE GUILD 1919 - 1947

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New York: The Theatre Guild, [ca.1947].. 47,[1]pp. Quarto. Decorative stiff wrappers. Photographs and illustrations. Minor rubbing to upper wrapper, else near fine. First edition, wrapperbound issue. Includes biographies of the principals, as well as accounts of productions of O'Neill, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Shaw, Barry, Behrman, et al, and other notices of import.
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FROM IN MEMORY OF ANN JONES [caption title]

FROM IN MEMORY OF ANN JONES [caption title]

by Thomas, Dylan

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Llanllechild, Caernarvonshire, Wales: Published by the Caseg Press, [1942].. Quarto broadside (18.5 x 27.5 cm). Illustration. Fine. First printing in this format, with an illustration by Brenda Chamberlain. One of 500 copies printed as number 5 of the Caseg Broadsheet series. The series was a collaboration between Alun Lewis, John Petts and Chamberlain and a total of six titles appeared. ROLPH B8.
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THE METAMORPHOSIS OF THE TOWN: OR, A VIEW OF THE PRESENT FASHIONS. A TALE IN THE MANNER OF...

THE METAMORPHOSIS OF THE TOWN: OR, A VIEW OF THE PRESENT FASHIONS. A TALE IN THE MANNER OF FONTAINE ... TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE JOURNAL OF A MODERN LADY IN A LETTER TO A PERSON OF QUALITY. By Dr. Swift

by [Thomas, Elizabeth, and Jonathan Swift]

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London: Printed for J. Wilford ..., 1730.. 40pp. Octavo. Extracted from nonce pamphlet volume, lower edges untrimmed. Some foxing early and late, outer leaves dust smudged with some minor ink speckling, title-leaf partially detached and with short tear at gutter, small snag toward gutter of terminal leaf touching a couple of letters, otherwise about good. Second edition of Elizabeth Thomas's gossipy poem (through page 26), but the first to include the reprint of Swift's 1729 (pp.27 to end). In addition to her own work, Thomas (1675-1731) is remembered for her association with Dryden, who baptized her "Corinna." She sold Curll a bundle of Pope letters that he published and she coauthored with him an attack on Pope, who ridiculed her in THE DUNCIAD. Her final years were spent in ill- health and included three years in debtor's prison. The first edition to bear her name appeared posthumously, in 1743. Uncommon: ESTC locates six copies in North America. TEERINK-SCOUTEN 673. FOXON T159. ESTC T95773.
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POETS' MEETING

POETS' MEETING

by Thomas, R. S.

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[Stratford-upon-Avon]: The Celandine Press, [1983].. Octavo. Marbled paper wrapper over plain wrapper, printed label. Illustration. Fine. First edition. Copy #7 of 85 numbered copies signed by the poet, from a total edition of 125 copies printed by the Whittington Press on Amalfi handmade paper. The label is printed on paper retaining a raw edge on the bottom and right margins (as issued).
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FIX BAYONETS!

FIX BAYONETS!

by Thomason, John W., Jr.

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926.. Cloth backed pictorial boards. Color frontis, plates and illustrations by the author. Fine and bright in very good pictorial dust jacket with some small chips and edge wear. First edition of the double-gaited author's semi-fictionalized first book, based on his own experiences as a career officer in the Marines as part of the AEF. Upon publication, James Norman Hall called this work "America's first genuine contribution to [WWI] soldier's narratives, ranking with Barbusse's LE FEU and Masefield's GALLIPOLI," and the London TIMES asserted that "No book which we can recall that has for subject the actual fighting man in the Great War, has appeared to us to equal this." "...The best American book on the War, and one of the best books of any nationality on the War" - Falls. Uncommon in this condition. HANNA 3498. FALLS, p.81 (***).
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THE GREAT SHARK HUNT STRANGE TALES FROM A STRANGE TIME

THE GREAT SHARK HUNT STRANGE TALES FROM A STRANGE TIME

by Thompson, Hunter S.

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New York: Rolling Stone Press / Summit Books, [1979].. Large, thick octavo. Medium blue wrapper, printed in black. Uncorrected page proofs of the first edition. Very faint tanning at edges of prelims, spine faintly sunned, upper wrapper slightly creased and curled at fore- edge, but a very good to near fine copy.
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A WEEK ON THE CONCORD AND MERRIMACK RIVERS
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A WEEK ON THE CONCORD AND MERRIMACK RIVERS

by Thoreau, Henry D.

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Boston, Cambridge, New York, Philadelphia & London: James Munroe and Company [et al], 1849.. [6],[7]-413,[3]pp. Publisher's black cloth ruled in blind, lettered in gilt. Endsheets slightly tanned, spine ends chipped with 6mm loss at crown and narrow splits at crown and toe of lower outer hinge, foretips worn, upper board shows some light soiling, 1.5cm narrow chip in middle of upper outer hinge, extreme lower fore-tip of lead 21/22 folded and thus a bit over extended when bound; a good, sound copy, internally very good or better, uncommonly clean, with only a hint of occasional light foxing. First edition, first issue, of Thoreau's first book, in the trade binding (BAL's binding A). This copy does not bear the pencil corrections and additions that occur in a few copies. Thoreau paid for its publication in an edition of 1000 copies, of which 706 copies (bound and in sheets) reverted to the author after dismal sales. Of special note is the presence of the terminal advert leaf noting that WALDEN "will… Read More
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UNPUBLISHED POEMS ...

by Thoreau, Henry D., and William C. Bryant

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Boston: The Bibliophile Society, 1907.. xxvii pp. including plates and facsimiles. Quarto. Gilt lettered faux vellum boards. Engraved title, colophon, etc. About fine, without the slipcase. First edition. Introduction to the Bryant poem ("Musing") by Curtis Hidden Page, and to the Thoreau poem ("Godfrey of Boulogne") by F.B. Sanborn. One of 470 copies printed on vellum and faux-vellum. BORST A21.1. BAL 1895 & 20146.
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EXCURSIONS

EXCURSIONS

by Thoreau, Henry D.

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Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1863.. 319,[1] pp. Original green cloth, stamped in blind, spine lettered and decorated in gilt. Portrait frontispiece engraving of the author after Rowse's crayon sketch, with tissue guard. Small nick and some fraying at the crown of the spine, faint old spot and tide mark at top edge near the gutter (faintly beginning at p. 207, then to end); still, a very good, bright, tight copy. First edition of Thoreau's third book, published posthumously and equipped with a preliminary 33 page biographical sketch by Ralph Waldo Emerson. BAL records the edition consisted of 1558 copies. BORST A3.1.a. BAL 5236 and 20111.
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THOREAU'S PENCILS AN UNPUBLISHED LETTER FROM RALPH WALDO EMERSON TO CAROLINE STURGIS 19 MAY 1844...

THOREAU'S PENCILS AN UNPUBLISHED LETTER FROM RALPH WALDO EMERSON TO CAROLINE STURGIS 19 MAY 1844 [wrapper title]

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[Cambridge, MA: Houghton Library, 1944].. [4]pp. Small quarto. French fold, sewn in printed wrapper. Tiny nick and crease at top edge of upper wrapper, otherwise near fine. First edition, published as Houghton Library Brochure Number 4. Copy #65 of 75 numbered copies printed in Caslon Old Face on Laverstock mould-made paper, each numbered using a pencil made by Thoreau. An extract from Caroline Sturgis's reply to Emerson, 22 May, 1844, concludes the text. MYERSON A61. BAL 5336.
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ELIMUS: A STORY

ELIMUS: A STORY

by [Three Mountains Press]: Windeler, B. C.

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Paris: Printed at the Three Mountains Press, 1923.. Cloth backed printed boards. Endsheets tanned, as usual, one corner bumped, otherwise an unusually nice copy. First edition. One of three hundred numbered copies issued in Ezra Pound's "Inquest" series. Illustrated with twelve designs by Dorothy Shakespear Pound, and a woodcut frontis by Robert Dill.
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THURBER'S DOGS A COLLECTION OF THE MASTER'S DOGS, WRITTEN AND DRAWN, REAL AND IMAGINARY, LIVING AND LONG AGO

by Thurber, James

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New York: Simon & Schuster, 1955.. Cloth and boards. Illustrations by the author. First edition. Slightly darkened at toe of spine, faint tan offset to front endsheets at gutter, otherwise near fine in pictorial dust jacket with some light handsoiling to the spine and rear panel, a small nick at the lower fore-tip of the front panel and another at the top edge of the rear panel.
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AN ADDRESS TO THE INHABIANTS [sic] OF THE TWO GREAT CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER: IN RELATION...

AN ADDRESS TO THE INHABIANTS [sic] OF THE TWO GREAT CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER: IN RELATION TO A PASTORAL LETTER, SAID TO BE WRITTEN BY THE BISHOP OF LONDON, TO THE PEOPLE OF HIS DIOCESS: OCCASION'D BY SOME LATE WRITINGS IN FAVOUR OF INFIDELITY

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London: Printed and Sold by J. Peele, at Locke's Head..., 1728.. 72pp. Octavo (signed in 4s). Extracted from nonce pamphlet volume, lower edges partially untrimmed. Some modest foxing early and late, extremely faint tidemark to lower portion of a number of leaves, but otherwise a very good copy. The rare first edition of this response to Bishop Gibson's pastoral letter - one of two attributed to Tindal - in which the noted freethinking Deist takes to task the Bishop's implicit elevation of faith above reason, and defends in general freedom of thought and discourse against subjugation to religious authority. In an interesting side note to Tindal's response to Gibson's assertion "That in some late Writings publick Stews have been openly vindicated...," he makes reference to the celebrated pseudonymously published 1724 pamphlet by Mandeville, A MODEST DEFENCE OF PUBLICK STEWS .... This 1728 printing is rare: ESTC locates only seven copies, of which four are in North America (BYU, UCLA, Huntington and… Read More
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