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Paris. Calmann - Lévy, Éditeurs. c. 1900s. Later printing. 431 pp. 7-1/4" x 4-1/2" Quarter, red calf, red marbled boards, stamped in gilt to back strip, text block speckled, marbled eps., green ribbon marker. Single book of a much larger volume. Text in French.
[London]: 1871. Single sheet of card stock, printed recto only. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. A printed invitation with the dates inserted in an unidentified hand: "The pleasure of your Company is requested on Wednesday next, the 18th inst., at half-past six sharp." The upper half of the...
(San Francisco?): (1976). 1st printing (presumed). Unpaginated, though 32 pages. Illustrated with drawings. 8vo. 8-3/8" x 5-3/8". Peach-colored card stock covers, stapled. Orange string tie. "The Sensuous Woman. The Sensuous Man. The Sensuous Couple. - Now - the heartwarming, upbeat story of a sensuous mouse who was unable to find...
San Francisco: The Colt Press, 1941. 1st Edition. Limited to 300 cc. 31,  pp. 8vo. Paper wrapped boards. Title label to front board.
Nottingham: Printed by C. Sutton, for the Flying Stationers, (n. d.). 1st printing thus, ca 1795. 8 pages. Woodcut to p. 1; tailpiece to p. 8. 8vo. 7-1/4" x 4-7/8". Printed self-wrappers, now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Not found on ESTC, though COPAC records two holding institutions in the UK.
Chicago: Moses Warren & Co., Publishers. 1877. Fourteenth Edition. 305,  pp. 3 pages of Reviews after main text. Frontispiece of the author. Sample letters throughout; 8 full-page illustrations. Section of ornamental capital letters. Small folio.11" x 8-3/4". Original publisher's terra-cotta cloth binding with black & gilt stamping. Bevelled boards. Red edgestain.