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Antiquarian Books. Books usually over 100 years old. Some are rare and valuable, others may not be worth much monetarily, but can still be appreciated for their content, beauty and age.
A Little Tour in France by Henry James.1st illustrated edition. Illustrated by Joseph Pennell. 1900.
A London Life, The Patagonia, The Liar, Mrs Temperly by Henry James. 1st US edition. 1889
Aphrodisiacs and Anti-Aphrodisiacs by John Davenport, 3 essays on the Powers of Reproduction.
Archaeological writings of the Sanhedrin and Talmuds of the Jews
Ask Mama or The Richest Commoner in England by Robert Surtees. A mid 19th century comic hunting stories by Robert Smith Surtees
Atlantic Monthly Vol 24 by Henry James and Edward Everett Hale. It includes all three parts of Henry James's Gabrielle de Bergerac. 1869.
Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of North Carolina 1904-1905 1905-1906
The Bride of Abydos by Lord George Gordon Byron. 1824.
The Complete Grocer by An Old Distiller. 1832.
The Complete Works of John Keats: Laural Edition # 75 of 1000 4 volume set.
Conquest of Canaan by Timothy Dwight. 1785.
The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Elisee Reclus. 1881.
Embarrassments by Henry James. 1st US edition. 1896.
First edition of The Europeans: A Sketch by Henry James. (1878).
Handley Cross or Mr Jorrocks's Hunt by Robert Surtees. A mid 19th century comic hunting stories
Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens. 1839.
Little Dorrit By Charles Dickens.
Maud and other poems by Lord Alfred Tennyson. First publication of Charge of the Light Brigade in book form. 1855.
Melodies by Thomas Moore. 1821. First complete American edition.
The Memoirs of Ninon De L'Enclos by Ninon De L'Enclos. 1776.
Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour by Robert Surtees. A mid 19th century comic hunting stories.
Musarum Deliciae: or, The Muses Recreation by John Mennis (Sr.) and Dr. James Smith. Conteining Severall Pieces of Poetique Wit. 1817.
Portrait of a Lady by Henry James. 1st edition. 1882
Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club by Charles Dickens - First issue in book form of The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club by Charles Dickens