Among the many pleasures of selling used books are the unusual old books we come across. They are not necessarily rare or expensive, but they can be fascinating.
Philadelphia: Lippincott & Co, 1867. 12mo.
Good. Worn at corners, head and tail. Dampstain on early pages.
“The Modes of Working Them and Their Various Productions. With sixteen engravings, adapted to the reading of American youth.”
Chicago: Western Historical Company, 1880. 977 pp.
Backstrip torn, cover worn. Binding, contents very good, sound.
Philadelphia: E. H. Butler, 1850. First U.S. edition.
Good. Cover sound, faded. Dampstain to lower pages throughout.