Worcester: Published by S. A. Howland, (n. d.). Ca.1840. 64 pp. With woodcut illustrations. 12 x 7.5 cm. Brown cloth spine, printed green paper boards [with [Worcester: William Allen" imprint].
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, (1933). 1st Edition. 24 unnumbered pages. Illustrations in orange to endpapers and pgs, those to recto with faint alternate illustrations printed in green. 10-1/4" x 7-3/4". Brown cloth, orange printed illustration on white paper affixed to front board. Cleverly illustrated children's book, in which...
London: Blackie & Son, Limited 50 Old Bailey, 1904. 1st edition (Newbolt 108.1). ix, , 353 pp. Publisher catalogue at rear. Frontis, map & 6 inserted illustrations by Wal Paget. 12mo. 7-1/2" x 5-1/2". Green cloth binding lettered in gilt. Green edgestain.
New York: Cupples & Leon, (1909). Ca 1918. , 200,  pp. 6 pp of publisher adverts at rear. Frontis + 3 internals on plain paper. 12mo. Linen creme-colored cloth stamped in black (Mattson style #1 variant, with some color). Full color dust jacket lettered in red outline, with graphic different from binding design (Mattson style #2).
New York: Cupples & Leon, (1927). Ca 1929. , 210,  pp. 2 pages of publisher adverts at rear. Frontis on coated paper. 12mo. Grey cloth binding stamped in dark blue. Full color dust jacket, replicating the front board graphic.
New York: Cupples & Leon, (1915). Ca 1931. , 200,  pp. 4 pages of publisher adverts at rear. Frontis on plain paper. 12mo. Linen creme-colored cloth stamped in black (Mattson style #2). Full color dust jacket lettered in red & blue (Mattson style #2).
New York: A. L. Burt, (1916). Early printing, circa 1916. 252,  pp. 4 pages of adverts at rear. Frontis on coated paper. 12mo. Linen cloth binding with orange, red & black stamping. Tri-color dust jacket, printed on white stock, replicating the binding design. Rear panel advert lists through #6.
Garden City New York: Garden City Publishing Company Inc. 1926. Ca 1927. , 212,  pp. 9 pages of adverts at rear. 12mo. 7-1/4" x 4-7/8". Color pictorial wrappers.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1894. 1st edition (BAL 2086). viii, , 203,  pp. 16 pp of advertisements at rear. Frontis + 14 full-page illustrations by Reginald Birch. Plates included in pagination scheme. 8vo. 8-1/2" x 6-1/2". Olive green cloth binding with dark green, orange & gilt stamping. Pale yellow eps.
Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1877. 1st edition (Sternick 19th C., 344.2). 374,  pp. 2 page publisher advert at rear. Frontis & title page vignette. 12mo. Publisher's original terra-cotta cloth stamped in black to front board with gilt stamped spine lettering.
Akron: Saalfield, (1910). Circa mid-1920s. , 247,  pp. 2 pages of adverts at rear. Frontispiece by Arthur DeBebian. 12mo. Brown cloth binding. Green pictorial eps. Dust jacket. From the reissued series which took the original 5 titles and produced 10.
New York: Cupples & Leon, (1913). Ca early 1920s. , 206,  pp. 6 pp of publisher adverts at rear. Frontis on coated paper. 12mo. Linen creme-colored cloth stamped in red & black (Mattson style #1). Color pictorial dust jacket, by Howard Hastings (Mattson style #2).
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1924. 1st edition. v, , 257,  pp. 2 pages of adverts at rear. Frontis + 7 inserted plates by the author. Crown 8vo. Green cloth binding with blue title lettering to spine & front board. Dust jacket. Per Mattson, "Finding these books with dust jackets is very rare."
Philadelphia: Altemus, (1912). Ca 1915 (cf. Sternick ALTEMUS, p. 43). 249,  pp. 8 pages of publisher adverts at rear. Frontispiece + 3 internal full-page plain-paper illustrations. 12mo. Lt green pictorial cloth with red lettering (style #1). Brown paper printed dust jacket which replicates binding design. Rear panel advert lists through this title.
New York: Barse & Co. (1928). 1st printing. , 206,  pp. 3 pages of adverts at rear. Frontis (on coated paper) by John M. Foster, with 3 internal full-page illustrations on plain paper. 12mo. Blue cloth binding with black lettering & airplane stamped to front board. Dust jacket (1st...
Chicago: M. A. Donohue, (n. d.). Ca mid-1930s. 212,  pp. Adverts at rear. Frontis + 2 internal full-page illustrations, included in the pagination. NB. Mattson incorrectly lists the work as containing 3 internal illustrations. 12mo. Tan linen cloth lettered in black. Dust jacket (which shows a football scene, per Volume #3 in the series).