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1 Nevill, Samuel The Acts of the General Assembly of the Province of New Jersey from the Yer 1753, Being the Twenty-sixth of the Reign of King George the Second, Wher the First Volume Ends, to the Year 1761, Being the First of King George the Third
Woodbridge, NJ James Parker 1761 First Edition Hardcover Good 7"'x12" 
401pp.index, appendix. Leather covers are detached, the leather backstrip is partially missing. The spine and pages are intact, with some even toning to the pages. The text is complete. The publisher, James Parker was the first opened the first printing office in 1751, which is where this work was published. This is a binding copy. An important book on New Jersey law 
Price: 500.00 USD
2 Bronte, Charlotte Jane Eyre (Two Volumes)
New York E. P. Dutton 1905 Hardcover Very Good+ No Jacket 12mo Edmund Dulac 
Vol. I: 312 pp., Vol. II: 288 pp. Cream cloth with intricate green floral pattern and gilt lettering on front and spines. Volumes One and Two of ten-volume set of the novels of the sisters Bronte -- complete Jane Eyre novel. Twelve (six in each volume) full-page color plates by Edmund Dulac, including two frontispieces with pristine tissue guards. Decorative bookplate with caligraphy combining the initials A, E, C and B printed on front paste-downs. Top edges gilt; pages deckled. Bindings are very secure; one corner and heads of spines are bumped and boards are lightly soiled. Endpapers are toned. Text blocks are clean, square and tight throughout. Illustrations are bright and clean. A lovely set. 
Price: 150.00 USD
3 Lazarus, H. And Transcribed By A. Traxler Grand Artistic Saxophone Duets
USA Belwin Publication Inc. 1928 First Edition Softcover Very Good 9 1/2" x 12 1/4" 
57pgs.ads. Green wraps. Chip on the upper spine, otherwise sturdy and clean. Music for saxophone duets , also playable for one saxophone. 
Price: 35.00 USD
4 Ludwig, Jr. William F. Swing Drumming
Chicago, IL W.F.L. Drum Co. 1942 First Edition Softcover Good 9"x12" 
96pgs. Pictorial wraps. Over 100 black and white photos, which include illustrated step-by step drumming instructions. Splotch on the upper left corner, chip on the lower edge of the rea panel. Written by the heir to the Ludwig and Ludwig Drum Company, makers of the drum sets made famous by Ringo Starr, drummer for the Beatles. 
Price: 50.00 USD
5 Treadwell, Bill Big Book of Swing
USA Cambridge House Publishers 1946 First Edition Softcover Very Good 8 1/2" x11" 
130pgs. Pictorial stapled wraps. photographs throughout. small ding on the upper spine, otherwise a near fine, unmarked copy. A wonderful collection of 100's of the great swing musicians. It includes an introduction to Swing, the "Kings of Swing" (Benny Goodman, Harry James, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Glenn Miller (who this book is dedicated to), Gene Krupa, Louis Prima, Charlie Barnet and a host of others. 
Price: 35.00 USD
6 Graham, Benjamin & David L. Dodd Security Analysis Fourth Edition
New York McGraw-Hill 1962 Fourth Edition Second Printing Hardcover Very Good Fair Octavo 
778pgs. Beige and blue cloth, black and white lettering. Light toning to the pages, rubbing to the spine edges, othewrise a clean, unmarked copy. Unclipped jacket has several chips along the extremities, larger one on the upper spine, with clear tape reinforcement. in mylar sleeve. Hard to find classic of fundamentals of investment practice. contains a complete explanation of a practical method of appraising the instrinsic value of common stocks and bonds. 
Price: 40.00 USD
7 Browning, Robert The Last Ride Together
New York G.P. Putnam's Sons 1906 First Edition Leather Good+ Octavo Frederick Simpson Coburn 
40pp. duotone frontispiece and 5 illustrations. Brown Smooth leather, embossed decorations and gilt lettering on the front panel. Silk endpapers. All edges gilt. At each chapter head is a color illustration. Silk ribbon marker is laid in. There is fraying to the extremties, small chips to the spine edges. Overall, an attractive copy of this romantic love poem. 
Price: 75.00 USD
8 Grant, Ulysses Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant (Two Volumes)
New York Charles L. Webster 1885 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Thick Octavo 
584 pp. (1885), 647 pp., including index (1886), plus errata page for volume I. Frontispieces with tissue guards. Dark green cloth, embossed gilt medallions on front and rear boards, gilt lettering on front panel and spine. "Shoulder Strap Edition" reflecting the shoulder strap four-star bar on spines. Replete with maps, plates and facsimiles, all of which are present and intact. Bindings are tight; front hinge of volume I exposed but very secure. Owner's signature with dates of Dec. 12th, 1885 in volume I and May 1886 in volume II. Advertising pamphlet for the sale of the "Standard Steel Line Portrait of Gen. U.S. Grant" laid in volume II. Boards show some foxing, extremities are rubbed. The front medallion of volume I is slightly dulled. Top edges dust soiled. Interiors are very clean and tight throughout. A handsome set of this critically acclaimed memoir. 
Price: 400.00 USD
9 Holland, Cecilia Rakossy
New York Atheneuim 1967 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good- Tall Octavo 
243pgs. Black boarsd, red spine, embossed gilt lettering. Fading to the extremities, inrternally clean, unmarked. Price-clipped pictorial jacket has a couple of closed tears on the extremities of the front panel, spine shows fading. in mylar sleeve. The author's second novel, Baron Janos Rakossy of Hungary is preparing to defedn Hart Castle agains the possibility of Turkish invasion. 
Price: 50.00 USD
10 Joyce, James Ulysses
New York Random House 1937 First Edition 9th Printing Hardcover Good+ No DJ Thick Octavo Octavo 
767pgs. Beige cloth, Red and black lettering. Darkening to the gutters, mottling on the rear panel, toning to the endpapers, otherwise internally clean, unmarked. Deckled edges, Book design by Ernst Reichl. T.S. Eliot recognizes just how significant Joyce’s work would be for modern literature. He declares Ulysses to be ‘the most important expression which the present age has found’, ‘from which none of us can escape’. 
Price: 50.00 USD
11 Brontë, Charlotte; Brontë, Emily; and Brontë, Anne The Works Of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte in Twelve Volumes. The Temple Edition
London J.M. Dent & Sons Leather Very Good Small 8vo (3 3/4" x 6") 
Twelve volumes in Green Soft Leather, gorgeous gilt decorations, lettering on front panels and the spines. Frontispieces in each volume. These are a uniform set of second and third printings ranging in dates from 1902 to 1906. Top edges are gilt. silk ribbon markers. The set is in near fine condition, hinges are tight, pages clean, the only indication of wear are light edgewear to a few of the spines. The set includes Jane Eyre (2 vols.), Wuthering Heights (2 Vols.), Villette (2 Vols.), Shirley (2 vols.), Wildfell Hal (2 vols.), The Professor, (1 vol.), Poems (1 vol.) One of the very attractive productions by J.M. Dent in their Temple Edition sets. 
Price: 600.00 USD
12 Milne, A. A Winnie-the-Pooh
New York E.P. Dutton & Co. 1926 First American Edition Hardcover Near Fine Good Small Octavo Ernest Shepard 
158 pp., green cloth with gilt lettering, borders and embossed vignette of boy and Pooh on front board. Top edge stained black. Illustrated endpapers. Binding is secure. Text block is clean, square and tight throughout. One preliminary page has slight lift off but nothing is missing. Illustrated dust jacket has1/2" to 1/4" chips at spine ends, corners and bottom front edge. Folds of the jacket are creased and cracked, spine toned. General soiling. Illustration on front and rear are clear and the colors true. The scarce jacket is now protected in a mylar sleeve. First American Edition, no later printing indicated on the copyright page. 
Price: 750.00 USD

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