Greetings,

As you probably know - we are going to be moving this summer. We are pleased to announce that we have just signed a lease at historic Savage Mill in Savage, MD and are making plans to relocate during the month of June. We are still trying to downsize pre-move, and have discovered that we have a LOT of sets that we would really like to find nice homes for. Can you provide a home? We are offering all of the sets below at discounted prices to help entice you. We've sorted them by Literature, History, Religion, and Foreign Language. Sets are great for their extensive content, showing your scholarly preferences off to your friends, interior decoration, and lately - Zoom backgrounds. (We hope you buy with the intent to read cover-to-cover, but we don't judge.)

Curbside pickups and local deliveries (which are free) are preferable; however, we are very happy to ship sets to you. Shipping rates will vary depending on the weight of the set, so will not be able to calculate exact amounts until we have your address and preferred method. We are currently in the shop on most weekdays, but please call (410-235-6810) or email before planning a pick-up.

LITERATURE

4064

Works of Balzac (limited to 1,000 copies)

Balzac, Honore de.
The Works of Honore de Balzac. 32 volumes.

New York: The University Society Publishers, circa 1900.

Edition Royale. Very Good green cloth 32 volume limited edition set. Paper title labels with titles in red and black to spines of all volumes. Limited to 1,000 copies, this set not numbered. Ruffling of page edges, slight wear to boards, otherwise near fine. Volume I has a few speckles of white paint to front board. Very Good. (#4064)

Price: $750 now on sale for $500

33270

An attractive set of Dickens in original publisher's binding

Dickens, Charles.
The Works of Charles Dickens. 15 volumes.

New York: George Routledge and Sons, circa 1900.

Copperfield edition. Bound in the original grey cloth boards with gilt title to spines, black titles to front covers, and floral decoration to spines and front covers. Minor wear to spine ends, corners, and edges of boards. Minor browning to margins, but interiors are clean overall. Illustrated. Yellow endpapers. Some volumes have slightly loose hinges, but most have tight bindings. An attractive set in very good condition. Very Good. (#33270)

Price: $250 now on sale for $195

31601

Works of Dickens - not a beautiful set, but great for reading and scholarship

Dickens, Charles; Hablot K. Browne "Phiz", Marcus Stone, Cruikshank, Leech, Sibson, Kenilworth, Seymour (illustrators).
The Novels of Charles Dickens / The Works of Charles Dickens. The London Edition. 30 volumes.
Edinburgh and London: Ballantyne, Hanson, & Co, circa 1910.

Twenty six numbered volumes plus 2 volume set of life and works plus 2 volume set of Our Mutual Friend, all in matching publisher's bindings. Bound in full olive green cloth boards with paper title labels to spines. Minor wear to edges of boards and spine ends of all volumes. Wear / chipping / browning to title labels. Minor dampstaining to corners of boards of some volumes; although interior pages seem to be free from staining. Some volumes have minor soiling and/or discoloration to covers. Each volume contains illustrations - most in black and white with a few in color. Occasional smudge marks, occasional tear to a page in the margin (from opening the pages), and sporadic spots of foxing - but overall, very clean and bright interiors. Rippling to some of the illustrations, which are printed on a different paper stock. Signature of previous owner in pen to front free endpapers of most volumes. All bindings remain strong. (#31601)

Price: $500 now on sale for $350

35018

Another Set of Dickens - Great for appearance, but not for actually reading due to condition issues

Dickens, Charles.
The Works of Charles Dickens. 27 volumes.
Boston: Fields, Osgood, and Co, circa 1867.

Library edition. Volumes numbered 1 through 27 with some titles split into two volumes. Illustrated. Bound in three quarter tan cloth over marbled paper covered boards with gilt titles and decoration to spines. The textblocks of several volumes have become detached from the bindings. Splits to interiors of some volumes. Clean interiors overall with occasional spots of foxing and soiling. Wear, chipping, cracking, and/or browning to spines of most volumes. Marbled endpapers and full marbled edges. An attractive set despite the wear. Good. (#35018)

Price: $250 now on sale for $150

20184

An attractive set of Fielding's Works

Fielding, Henry.
The Works of Henry Fielding. 6 volumes. (12 parts printed in 6 volumes).
Boston and New York: C.T. Brainard Publishing Co., circa 1920.

Volume I: The Adventures of Joseph Andrews and his friend Mr. Abraham Adams, parts I & II; Volume II: Tom Jones, parts I & II; Volume III: Tom Jones, parts III & IV; Volume IV: Amelia, part I; Volume V: Amelia, part II and Jonathan Wild; Volume VI: Miscellaneous Writings, parts I & II. This set is attractively bound in three quarter tan leather backed marbled paper covered boards. Maroon leather title labels and tan leather volume labels to spines of all volumes. Chip to heads of spines of books III and IV. Corner of title label missing from volume II. Light wear to corners and edges of all volumes. Pristine interiors with marbled endpages. Each part begins with a frontis illustration and tissue guard (12 in all). An attractive set. Very good plus. (#20184)

Price: $250  now on sale for $175

29438

An uncommon, attractive set of (largely forgotten) Heimburg
Each volume translated into English by a different woman

Heimburg, W; Mrs. J.W. Davis et. al. (translated into English).
Works of Heimburg. 10 volume set.
New York: Worthington Co, 1890 - 1893.

A scarce set. It includes: A Sister's Love, Magdalen's Fortunes, The Pastor's Daughter, A Maiden's Choice, Misjudged, A Fatal Misunderstanding and Other Stories, Lucie's Mistake, Gertrude's Marriage, Christmas Stories, and Lora the Major's Daughter. All volumes are illustrated, some with photogravures. Each volume is translated into English by a different person (all women). An attractive set bound in half white cloth over red cloth. Gilt titles and decoration to spines of all volumes. All volumes: browning to patterned endpapers, minor rubbing to boards, minor bumping to some corners, light markings to covers of some volumes, a few small chips to some endpapers, toning to margins, and short tears to some page edges where pages were first cut open. Clean and bright overall. Specific volume condition issues: Light dampstain to top edge of textblock of Pastor's Daughter; front interior hinge of A Fatal Misunderstanding is starting and there is also a light dampstain to the edges of the first few pages; light dampstain to top edges of boards and textblock of Christmas Stories; minor dampstain to bottom edges of pages in Gertrude's Marriage and also minor soiling to a few pages; small spot of soiling to fore-edge of Lora the Major's Daughter. An attractive set despite noted condition issues. Approximately 300 pages in each volume. Very Good. (#29438)

Price: $150 now on sale for $100

33092

A lovely set of Irving

Irving, Washington.
Irving's Works in 27 volumes.

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1889.

Hudson Edition. An attractive set bound in three quarter brown morocco over marbled paper covered boards with gilt titles, raised bands, and floral devices to spines. Minor rubbing and wear to edges of boards, bands, hinges, and corners. Minor bumping to some corners. Includes frontispieces and full page illustrations with tissue guards. Decorated initials begin each chapter. Clean and bright interiors with many unopened pages. Previous owner's signature in pen dated 1891 on the front free endpapers of each volume. Marbled endpapers and top edges gilt. Very Good. (#33092)

Price: $2,000  now on sale for $1,500

33222

An incomplete (but still very attractive) Kipling set

Kipling, Rudyard.
Works. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling. 29 volumes.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1908.

The Outward Bound Edition. Volumes 1 - 32; lacks volumes 11, 17, 20, and 33 - 36. This set was issued over many years, so it's no surprise that several are missing. An attractive set bound in three quarter dark brown leather over marbled paper covered boards with gilt titles, floral devices, and raised bands to spines. Minor wear to edges, corners, spine ends, and bands to most volumes. One volume has a detached spine (along one edge). Another volume (18) is heavily cracked along the spine with some chipping. Minor sunning to spines of some volumes. Clean interiors overall with occasional spots of soiling to margins. Includes full page illustrations with captioned tissue guards. Marbled endpapers and top edges gilt. Very Good. (#33222)

Price: $900 now on sale for $600

33091

 

A beautiful Edgar Allan Poe set

Poe, Edgar Allan; Charles F. Richardson, introduction; illustrated by Frederick Simpson Coburn.
The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe. 10 Volumes.
New York and London: Putnam's The Knickerbocker Press, (1902).

Number 95 of 150 copies of The Collector's Eldorado Editions with each volume signed and numbered by the publisher. Canadian artist and illustrator Frederick Simpson Coburn (1871 - 1960) illustrated many works for Putnam's as well as for various American magazines. He is best known for his paintings of winter landscapes of Quebec featuring horse drawn sleighs. A beautiful set bound in three quarter dark blue morocco over blue cloth boards with gilt titles and Art Nouveau style floral decoration to spines. Browning to spines of all volumes. Minor wear to edges and corners of boards. Minor soiling to boards. Clean, bright interiors with occasional smudge marks to margins. Includes full page illustrations by Frederick Simpson Coburn with captioned tissue guards, as well as occasional in text vignettes and initials. Previous owner's name in pen to bottom of printed bookplate, dated 1904, in all volumes. Marbled endpapers and top edges gilt. Very Good. (#33091)

Price: $2,200 now on sale for $1,650

33089

A (slightly damaged but still appealing) Stevenson Set

Stevenson, Robert Louis.
Works. The Novels and Tales of Robert Louis Stevenson. 26 volumes.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1903.

Bound in three quarter red morocco over marbled paper covered boards with gilt titles, raised bands, and gilt floral devices to spines. Minor wear to spine ends, corners, hinges, and edges of boards of most volumes. Eight volumes have at least one detached (but present) board and / or loose spine piece. Several volumes have cracked or starting hinges. Chips to spine ends of some volumes. Clean, bright interiors. Previous owner's signature in pen dated 1904 to front free endpapers of each volume. Frontispiece engravings with captioned tissue guards and additional illustrations to some volumes. Marbled endpapers and top edges gilt. An attractive set; however, restoration is needed on many volumes. A good reading copy. Very Good Minus. (#33089)

Price: $350 now on sale for $250

20133

A (very long) Thackeray set

Thackeray, William Makepeace.
Thackeray's Works. 30 volumes.

Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1891.

Kensington Limited Edition. Large paper. Grey cloth boards with beige title pastedowns to spines. Minor browning and soiling to spines of all volumes and minor wear to edges. Library stamp of A.D. Rathbone, Jr. to front pastedown of all volumes. Illustrated. Clean, bright interiors with illustrations. Each volume has approximately 400 pages. Very good. (#20133)

Price: $300 now on sale for $200

26910

Another (slightly smaller) Thackeray Set

Thackeray, William M.
Thackeray's Works. 20 volume set.

New York: E.B. Hall and Company.

The Buckner Library Edition. Very good in red cloth boards with beige paper title labels to spines. Minor rubbing and wear to boards, edges, and spines of all volumes. Rubbing and fading to title labels. Occasional spots of soiling to spines and covers. Occasional smudge marks to interiors, but overall very clean. Illustrated with photogravures. (#26910)

Price: $200 now on sale for $150

33090

A (beautifully bound) Thackeray Set

Thackeray, William Makepeace; Anne Ritchie.
The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray with Biographical Introductions by His Daughter, Anne Ritchie. 25 Volumes.
New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1900.

Special Biographical Edition. An attractive set bound in three quarter turquoise morocco over marbled paper covered boards with gilt title, floral device, and raised bands to spines. Minor wear to edges of boards, hinges, bands, and corners. Slight darkening to spines. Clean interiors with illustrations. Previous owner's signature in pen dated 1901 to front free endpapers of all volumes. Marbled endpapers and top edges gilt. Very Good. (#33090)

Price: $2,000 now on sale for $1,500

HISTORY

27534

History of the Roman Empire

Gibbon, Edward.
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. 10 volumes.

Dublin: William Hallhead, 1777.

Pirated Dublin edition. Volume one states that it is the Fourth Edition; it was printed in Dublin for Hallhead in 1777. Volumes 2 - 6 were also printed in Dublin for Hallhead and are dated 1781. Volumes 7 - 10 were printed in Dublin for Luke White in 1788. Lacks volumes 11 and 12. Volume 2 has folding map. Bookplate of Charles Chauncey to front pastedown of each volume. Bound in full leather with title and volume labels to spines; however, one volume lacks volume label. Volumes 1- 6 have matching full calf bindings and volumes 7 - 10 are bound in matching mottled calf bindings. Very Good. (#27534)

Price: $1,200 now on sale for $950 

32892

History of England

Froude, James Anthony.
History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada. 12 volumes.
London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1877.

This is the most famous work by English historian and biographer, James Anthony Froude (1818 - 1894). Originally intending to be a clergyman, Froude ultimately turned from this career after publishing a novel that questioned the Christian faith. Very good in three-quarter tan leather over marbled paper boards with leather title and volume labels to spines. Gilt decoration to spines. Minor wear to edges, corners, and spine ends of all volumes. Occasional pulls and small chips to leather. Marbled endpapers and marbled edges. Clean, bright interiors overall with occasional spots of foxing and soiling. Tight bindings. An attractive set despite noted condition issues. Each volume is about 600 pages. Very Good. (#32892)

Price: $400 now on sale for $300

20097

History of England - through George II

Goldsmith, Oliver.
The History of England, from the Earliest Times to the Death of George II. Four volume set.
London: Printed for T. Davies, R. Baldwin, T. Becket, T. Cadell, and T. Evans, 1774.

The second edition, corrected. Full brown leather boards with maroon leather title labels and gilt titles to spines. Each volume in this set has been expertly rebacked with new leather to spines. The boards appear to be original. Heavy wear and chipping to edges of boards. One of the raised bands on volume I has been nearly chipped off. Scuffing and minor cracking to boards. The interiors are clean overall, though there are a few small spots of foxing. The book plate of James John and Sophia Holrond of White Hall to front pastedown of each volume. Two signatures are loose, but present in Volume II; the bindings of the remaining volumes are secure. 384 pages + index in Volume I; 410 pages + index in Volume II; 454 pages + index in Volume III; 410 pages + index in Volume IV. Very Good. (#20097)

Price: $275 now on sale for $195 

11362

Napoleon

Napoleon; Count de Montholon (dictated to).
Memoirs of the History of France During the Reign of Napoleon, Dictated by the Emperor at Saint Helena to the Generals who Shared His Captivity, and Published from the Original Manuscripts.
London: Printed for Henry Colburn and Company, 1823.

Second edition. Three volumes. Very good in three quarter leather with marbled paper covered boards. Maroon leather title labels and raised bands to spines. There is scuffing to the spines, wear to the corners, and minor wear to the edges of the boards of all volumes. The front hinge of volume 1 has been amateurely repaired. A previous owner has signed the front endpage of each volume in pencil. There are also non-obtrusive embossed ex-library stamps to several pages in each volume and a small library sticker to the front pastedowns of each volume. There are occasional small spots of foxing and small smudge marks. The endpages of volume 1 and 2 are blue; whereas, the endpages of volume 3 are marbled. Volume 3 lacks 1 of the 3 facsimile manuscript pages. 377 pages in volume 1; 471 in volume 2; 389 in volume 3. Very Good. (#11362)

Price: $350 now on sale for $250

33654

Napoleon - Life of and 3 sets of Memoirs

William Hazlitt; Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne; Madame Junot.
The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte by Hazlitt in six volumes, Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by de Bourrienne in four volumes, and Memoirs of Madame Junot (Duchesse D'Abrantes) in six volumes [together with] Memoirs of the Prince de Talleyrand in Five Volumes - 21 volumes in total.
Paris and Boston: The Napoleon Society, 1895.

Edition de Grand Luxe, limited to 500 copies of which this is number 387. All volumes are bound to match in three quarter dark brown leather over marbled paper covered boards. The first sixteen volumes are titled "Napoleon" and numbered from 1 to 16 in gilt on the spines. The five volumes of Talleyrand are titled "Memoirs of Talleyrand" and numbered from 1 to 5 in gilt on the spines. Raised bands to spines of all volumes, some with small losses and chipping. Minor wear to edges, hinges, and corners of boards with some volumes having heavier wear and some cracking to leather along hinges. All boards remain firmly attached except for the front board of volume one in the Talleyrand portion. This board is present but detached. Sunning to spines and to edges of boards. Clean interiors overall with occasional small spots of browning / foxing / soiling. One volume of the Talleyrand portion has minor dampstaining to margins of a few early pages. All volumes have marbled endpapers and top edges gilt. Illustrated; each illustration has a captioned tissue guard. The pages in many volumes remain unopened. Each volume is about 300 pages. An attractive set. Very Good. (#33654)

Price: $2,000 now on sale for $1,600 

33655

Famous French Women

[Marie Antoinette, Empress Josephine, Empress Marie Louise]
Imbert De Saint-Amand;. Famous Women of the French Court in 12 Volumes, Including 3 Volumes on Marie Antoinette, 3 Volumes on the Empress Josephine, 4 Volumes on the Empress Marie Louise, and 2 Volumes on the Duchess of Angouleme.

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1891.

A worn but attractive set bound in three quarter tan leather over marbled paper covered boards. Red title and black author labels to the spines of all volumes. One volume (about Marie Antoinette) is cocked and the rear hinge has been repaired. Minor wear and rubbing to leather on spines, hinges, labels, and corners. Small chips to edges of some labels and pull to leather on some volumes. The interiors are bright and clean overall; however, one volume has damp staining to the first few pages and another has a very small, light dampstain to the top edges of a few pages. Each volume has a frontispiece portrait. Top edges gilt and marbled endpapers. Each volume has an index. Very Good. (#33655)

Price: $450 now on sale for $350 

RELIGION

30982

American Catholic History - in the Propaganda Fide Archives

Kenneally, Finbar.
United States Documents in the Propaganda Fide Archives. A Calendar. First Series. Volumes I - XI plus index.

Washington DC: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1966 -

Lacks volume XII. The index covers volumes I - XII. Bound in red cloth boards with gilt titles to spines and gilt devices to front covers. Slight musty smell. Writing in red pen to front endpapers of all volumes, else clean and bright. Each volume has about 350 pages. Very Good. (#30982)

Price: $375 now on sale for $250

34173

U.S. Pastoral Letters & Catholic Church Events

Nolan, Hugh J. and Patrick W. Carey (editors).
Pastoral Letters of the United States Catholic Bishops. Volumes I - VI: 1792 - 1997.
National Conference of Catholic Bishops / United States Catholic Conference, 1984-1998.

Six volumes. The first four are paperbacks and the last two are hardcovers with dust jackets. These volumes contain the full texts of pastoral letters and statements with appendices including important events within the Catholic Church in the U.S. Topics vary depending on the years they cover. Examples include many current events of the time: education, teaching, celebration of the sacraments with persons with disabilities, domestic violence, health care reform, HIV / AIDS crisis, moral education, political responsibility, genetic testing, welfare reform, Third World debt, Catholic-Jewish relations, US-Panama relations, handgun violence, hostages in Iran, race relations and poverty, farm labor, celibacy, peace and Vietnam, birth control, human rights, abortion, and much more. Minor sunning to spines of some volumes. Previous ownership markings in pen on front endpapers and/or title pages. Minor wear to edges of jackets (on two hardcover volumes). Volumes vary in pagination, but are around 400 - 500 pages each. Very Good. (#34173)

Price: $125 on sale now for $75 

25791

French Translation of the Jerusalem Bible

Sed-Rajna, Gabrielle (program iconography).
La Bible. Texte de la Bible de Jerusalem. Enluminures du VIe au XIIe Siecle. Cette Edition de La Bible.

Paris: Editio-Editions Citadelles et Mazenod, 1998.

In French. Features text from the Jerusalem Bible translated into French under the direction of l'Ecole Biblique of Jerusalem. Includes over 300 full color illustrations. Two large volumes bound in red cloth with gilt titles to spine and front covers. Printed on Phoenix Imperial Demi-mat Naturel paper. In near fine condition with inscription from previous owner on front endpage of one volume and minor wear to front hinge of one volume. There is fraying to the bottom edges of the ribbon bookmarks that are bound into both volumes. Clean, bright interiors, Includes side-stapled white paper supplement with a list of the illustrations. All are housed in a red slipcase with illustrated paper title labels on the front and rear panels. The spine panel of the slipcase is beige with a red title. Old Testament is 450 pages; New Testament is 1096 pages; Supplement is 15 pages. Near Fine. (#25791)

Price: $250 on sale now for $175

19914

Reference for Theology and English History

Gillett, Charles Ripley (compiler and editor).
Catalogue of the McAlpin Collection of British History and Theology. Five Volumes.

New York: Union Theological Seminary, 1927.

1501 - 1700. First Edition. An excellent reference on theology and English history. Each volume is well organized with bibliographical entries listed by date and author. Beige cloth boards with black titles to spines. Slight browning to spines. Small black mark to spine of volume IV. All volumes have clean, bright interiors. Laid-in bookplates of H.P. Kraus to several volumes. Volume I has 562 pages; Volume II has 802 pages; Volume III has 827 pages; Volume IV has 643 pages; Volume V has 682 pages. Near Fine. (#19914)

Price: $175 on sale now for $125 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

8423

Works of Giovanni della Casa (Florentine Poet) - in Italian

Casa, Giovanni della.
Opere Di Monsignor Giovanni Casa. 4 volumes.

Milano: Dalla Societa Tipografica de'Classici Italiani, 1806.

Four volumes. In three quarter vellum with light blue paper covered boards. Gilt titles on black leather labels to spines. Minor chipping to title labels and to paper along edges of boards. Minor soiling to boards of all volumes and slight darkening to spines. Dampstaining to boards and spines of volume II and light dampstain to margin of first few pages of volume I. Bookplate of M. Bruen to front pastedown of volume I. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Monsignor della Casa to volume I. Interiors are clean overall with a few light smudge marks and a few spots of foxing. Letterpress on laid paper. The author was Archbishop of Benevento. In Italian. Volume I, 347 pages; Volume II, 352 pages; Volume III, 263; Volume IV, 386 pages. Very Good. (#8423)

Price: $250 on sale now for $175 

8586

Works of Pierre Corneille (French Dramatist)

Corneille, Pierre.
Oeuvres de Pierre Corneille (7 volumes, not complete).

Paris: Bordelet, 1758.

An incomplete collection, ex-lib. From University of PA. With no outside library markings. Brown leather covered boards with gilt titles to spines. This collection contains: v.1, cracking to leather, v.2, minor board edgewear, v.3, cracking to leather, v.6, some loss of leather on rear board, v.7, minimal wear, v.8, cracking to leather, v.9, front board detached, cracking to leather.  Good. (#8586)

Price: $150 on sale now for $100 

15972

History of Rome (in Italian)

Ferrero, Guglielmo.
Grandezza e Decadenza Di Roma. 5 volumes.

Milano: Fratelli Treves, 1912. 

In maroon 3/4 leather with orange and brown marbled paper covered boards. Gilt title stamp and decoration to spines. Spine leather slightly aged with some wear to the outer hinges. There is a large chip to the spine of volume five and the remaining leather is very brittle. The rear hinge of volume one is starting with a two inch crack to the leather along the hinge. Minor edge wear to all volumes. Interiors are clean and bright with marbled endpages. In Italian. Very Good. (#15972)

Price: $100 on sale now for $75 

27289

History of King Louis XIV, XV, and XVI (in French)

Touchard-Lafosse, G.
Chroniques de L'Oeil-de-Boeuf. 5 volumes.

Paris: Librairie Garnier Freres, circa 1900.

In five volumes, History of Louis XIV, XV, and XVI. Tan leather spines with marbled paper covered boards and gilt titles to spines. There is a large chip to the head of the spine of volume 2. Wear to edges of boards, hinges, and corners. Cracking to leather on spine of volume five. Browning to margins of interiors, but otherwise very clean. Paper is a little brittle and there are short closed tears to edges of some pages. In some volumes some of the pages remain unopened. Overall an attractive set despite noted condition issues. 369 in tome 1; 583 pagea in tome 2; 585 pages in tome 3; 566 pages in tome 4; 606 in tome 5. Very Good. (#27289)

Price: $125 - on sale now for $95 

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& Susannah Horrom, Manager

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