New York: McLoughlin Bros. 1890. Small octavo. Stapled lithographic wrappers. Unpaginated, (12pp.) including wrappers. Contemporary pencil inscription, split at the bottom of the spine, else a near fine. Issued in the Pleasewell Series.
Northfield, Mass. American Youth Hostels, Inc., 1937. Quartos. Three issues. 32; 32; 32pp. Illustrated. Stapled wrappers with woodcut illustrated wrappers. Penciled name on one issue, vertical crease on each issue, printed mailing address of Margaret McNeill in Monticello, Iowa on the rear wrap of each issue, else very good or...
New York: Sam'l Gabriel Sons & Company, 1947. Revised edition with new illustrations. Folio. Quarter cloth and illustrated paper over flexible "Linenette" boards. pp. A little soiling and moderate edgewear, a very good copy. Scarce.
Cincinnati: Cranston & Stowe, 1881. First edition. 12mo. 64pp. Quarter cloth and pictorial paper over boards. Contemporary owner's name, corners rounded, smudging on some pages,modest fraying at the crown, a sound good plus copy.
Platt & Munk Co., Circa 1935. Platt & Munk number 3300A. Very good with light edgewear in pictorial stapled wrappers. 12 pages.
New York: American Tract Society, (No date - circa 1840). 32mo. String-tied decorated wrappers. 16pp. Title-page vignette portrait. Some soiling to the wrappers, faint stain on the rear wrap. Account of the short and devout life of a Bedminster, New Jersey boy.
Concord, New Hampshire: Published by Atwood & Brown / [wrappers]: Boyd & White, (1837) / [wrappers]: 1839. 1.
New York: Barnes & Noble, (1993). Later printing. Pictures by Milo Winter. Near fine with light wear at the corners and spine ends, in pictorial boards.
New York: McLoughlin Bros. 1890. Octavo. Lithographic papercovered boards. 25, (1pp.). Contemporary pencil owner name, slight loss at spine ends, a very good plus copy. Issued in the Good Old Stories Series.
New York: Dell, 1967. First edition. Quarto. 179pp. Pictorial cloth. Near fine with bottom corners bumped.
[No place]: Laureate Enterprises, 1968. First edition. Oblong octavo. pp. Self-wrappers. Very handsomely illustrated and printed pamphlet of ancient board games for games that do not use the standard chess board. Games include Mancala, Nine men's morris, Military game, L'ib el-merafib, Mak yek, Reversi, Tafl, Boolik, Rafaya, and Siga. OCLC...
London: Dean's Rag Book Co., [no date -circa 1920]. Edition unknown. Illustrated by Mildred C. Hunter. Printed flexible linen self-wrappers. Octavo. (12)pp. A "cloth book". A bit wrinkled, velse near fine.
New York: Platt & Munk, (1977). First edition. Very good with a bump at the bottom of the spine, an ink inscription on the front endpaper, in pictorial boards.
Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Publishing Company, 1942. First edition. Very good with a cloth spine and color pictorial boards, the spine cloth has small holes and short tears along the folds, internally there are five boards with color illustrations of various animals on both sides with the top half of the...
New York: A Peggy Cloth Book / Platt & Munk, 1966. Edition unknown. Illustrated by Betsey Johnson. Printed flexible cloth wrappers. Oblong octavo. (8)pp. A "cloth book". Slightly wrinkled, else fine.
Wilmington, [Delaware]: P. Brynberg, 1809. First edition. 24mo. 36pp. Original unprinted flexible gray wrappers. Moderate wear, some foxing, slight erosion on the spine, very good or better.
New York: Kiggins & Kellogg, (n.d. - c. 1843). First edition. Green string-tied wrappers. 8pp. Vignettes. Just about fine. Rosenbach p. 331 indicates that Kiggins & Kellogg was active around 1835, but further evidence indicates that this was published after 1842. OCLC locates six copies of this imprint.
New York: Christie's East, 1997. First edition. Quarto. 89pp. Fine in pictorial, glossy wrappers. Exhibition catalogue for 16 April 1997 with original drawings, autograph letters, first editions and ephemera. List of prices realized laid in.
(New York: Random House, 1979). First edition. Fine in glossy pictorial boards.
Philadelphia: Published by Johnson and Warner, 1812. First edition. 12mo. 36pp. Engraved title page, and ten engraved illustrations. Original illustrated flexible stiff tan wrappers. Fine. Rosenbach 452.
Stroudsburg, Pa. Blue Mountain Camps, 1933. Quarto. 98pp. Illustrated from photographs, including one folding. String-tied printed blue wrappers. Modest soiling and small creases on the yapped wrappers, very good or better. A combination yearbook and newsletter for co-joined boys and girls camps that catered to Jewish youth. Lists all campers...
London: Treasure Press, 1990. Reprint. Fine in pictorial boards.
New York: Random House, (1964). First edition. 182pp. Pictorial boards. Illustrated by Ed Vebell. Owner's name neatly penned on front fly, page edges stained, boards a bit scuffed and soiled, thus good only.
[No place: no publisher, circa 1900]. Broadside printed in color on cloth, possibly a chromoxylographic process. Measuring 22.5" x 22.5". Very slight wear at extremities, faint old folds (largely now flattened out), slight age-wear but still near fine. The cloth is lightly tipped at the top onto foam core backing...
[No place]: Reprinted by Special Permission of John Martin's Book, The Child's Magazine, [circa 1917]. Illustrated broadside on paper. Approximately 11" x 14". Printed in red and blue. Old folds, uniform age-toning, else about fine. A poetry broadside pledge for small children, with a place for the child's signature, promising...