Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Notable Antique and Collectible Books Now on Display

Tales of a Grandfather,
by Sir Walter Scott.
Select antique and collectible books are now on display in the left glass case in the George Mason Regional Library lobby. Highlights include a first American edition of Brave New World, and splendid copy of London Types with woodcuts by renowned Victorian printmaker William Nicholson. These items will go on sale starting at 3 pm on April 27.

Below is a list of titles and prices. We reserve the right to correct any mistakes in the prices or descriptions published here. Books may be removed or added without updating the list.

Tales of a Grandfather, 3 Volumes. Sir Walter Scott. Adam & Charles Black, 1888.  $50

Fine woodcuts in London Types.
London Types: Quatorzains by William Ernest Henley, woodcuts by William Nicholson.R.H. Russell, 1898.  $300

Siberia and the Exile System, 2 volumes. George Kennan, The Century Company, 1891.  $35

The Black Arrow. Robert Louis Stevenson. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1888.  $35

Page, Squire, and Knight: A Romance of the Days of Chivalry. W.H. Davenport Adams, Editor Estes and Lauriat, 1883.  $20

Brave NewWorld,
First American Edition.
Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1932. 1st American Edition.  $75

The Tragedy of King Lear. William Shakespeare. Roycroft Shop, 1904.  $30

William Cobbett, A Biography, 2 Volumes. Edward Smith. Sampson Low & Company, 1878.  $50

Battles for the Union, Willard Glazier. Dustin, Gilman & Co., 1875.  $20

Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Abner Doubleday. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1886.  $75

Civil War titles
The Capture, Prison Pen and the Escape. Willard W. Glazier. J. Munsell,.  $50

A Bird’s Eye View of our Civil War. Theodore Ayrault Dodge. James R. Osgood and Company, 1883.  $50

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