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Item Description: London Printed fro Nathanael Ponder, 1682. The Most Well-Known Allegory Ever Written BUNYAN, John. The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come: delivered under the similitude of a dream, wherein is discovered, the manner of his setting out, his dangerous journey, and safe arrival at the desired country. London: Printed for Nathanael Ponder, 1682. The eighth edition. Twelvemo. [xii], 211, [1, 'Conclusion'], [4. publisher's ads] pp. Including frontispiece and two full page woodcuts. Early nineteenth-century blind-tooled sheep, spine blind-stamped in compartments and with gilt spine lettering, brown endpapers. Some wear to upper spine with a small crack. Marginal notes trimmed in a few places. Old rust mark to pp. 88-89. Some browning throughout. Overall, a very good copy of this very rare item. This is a genuine eighth edition. In the last thirty years there have only been two other Pilgrim's Progress published in 1682 to come up at auction and both of these were spurious with one claiming to be the 'Fifth edition' and the other the other the 'Ninth Edition". Harrison cites a New York Public Library catalog of 1929. which claims that the 'fifth' edition was not issued by Nathanael Ponder, and Sharrock records that the British Library copy of the same and that in the library of the Bunyan Meeting, Bedford, although bearing Ponder's name, "are totally unlike all other editions bearing his imprint." They are apparently printed in smaller type on inferior paper, with no shoulder noted. OCLC only records six copies of this actual 1682 (eighth) edition. The most well-known allegory ever written, this journey of the protaganist, Christian, is simultaneously filled with vivid and full human portraits of its characters. With over 100,000 copies sold in Bunyan’s lifetime, this "most perfect and complex of fairy tales" succeeded in attracting audiences from every Christian sect. Harrison pp. 39-40. Wing B-5568. According to Harrison there are only thirty-eight known copies of any complete edition prior to this one (of which OLCL locates six, of which three are imperfect); making this one of the forty-three earliest known copies and one of only four known complete copies of the eighth edition. HBS 65265. $40,000. Bookseller Inventory # 65265

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The Innocents Abroad, Or The New Pilgrims' Progress

TWAIN, MARK.

Published by Hartford: American Publishing Company, 1870 (1870)

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Item Description: Hartford: American Publishing Company, 1870, 1870. Later edition; rebacked with the original spine cloth laid down; minor foxing; still attractive. Inscribed by the author with an aphorism on the front pastedown, "Mrs. Catherine Haley, Do your duty today and repent tomorrow. Truly yours, Mark Twain. March 28/06.". Bookseller Inventory # 25203

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Pilgrims Progress

John bunyan

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Item Description: Various, Various. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Collection of Various printings of John Bunyan's Pilgrim Progress The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come is a Christian allegory written by John Bunyan and published in February, 1678. It is regarded as one of the most significant works of religious English literature,has been translated into more than 200 languages, and has never been out of print. Bunyan began his work while in the Bedfordshire county gaol for violations of the Conventicle Act, which prohibited the holding of religious services outside the auspices of the established Church of England. Early Bunyan scholars like John Brown believed The Pilgrim's Progress was begun in Bunyan's second shorter imprisonment for six months in 1675, but more recent scholars like Roger Sharrock believe that it was begun during Bunyan's initial, more lengthy imprisonment from 1660¿72 right after he had written his spiritual autobiography, Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners. Dates Included: 1775 1786 1806 1814 1814 1820 1824 1864 1875 1893 1904 1904 1937 1937 6 Late 1800's. Bookseller Inventory # 000050

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Item Description: The Sign of the Stein, [No place, 1902. Softcover. String-tied wrappers in hand-painted canvas dustwrapper. 32mo. (5" x 4.75"). (16)pp. Light edgewear and rubbing, near fine in near fine dustwrapper with a modest stain on the rear panel. Artist's engraved business card laid in with a manuscript presentation. A wonderful and wonderfully funny hand-lettered and hand-illustrated book by Walter Jack Duncan, celebrating Charles Mac Rae's courtship of his fiancee, his dwindling days of bachelorhood, his impending marriage, and the horrifying spectre of babies, with just the right touch of sophomoric humor one would expect from a talented 21 year old in 1902. Every page is embellished or illustrated in a most pleasing manner reminiscent of W.W. Denslow. Walter Jack Duncan was a noted illustrator born in Indianapolis in 1881. He studied at the Art Students League in New York City with John H. Twachtman, and illustrated for the popular magazines of the period: *The Century Magazine*, *Scribner's*, *McClure's*, and *Harper's Monthly Magazine*. He also served as an official artist with the A.E.F. during World War I and illustrated many books, including several by Christopher Morley. A lovely production, suitable for reprinting. Bookseller Inventory # 308423

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Item Description: London printed for N. Boddington at the Golden Ball in Duck-Lane, 1707. SIXTEENTH EDITION, WITH ADDITIONS OF NEW CUTS. 1707. 12mo, approximately 145 x 85 mm, 5¾ x 3¼ inches, frontispiece and 15 illustrations, A- I12, pages: [10], [1]-205, [1], the frontispiece is counted as A1 and the last illustration I12, bound in full leather, rounded spine with gilt decoration, gilt decoration to edges of covers, white endpapers. Binding rubbed, corners slighty worn, frontispiece tipped in on inner margin of free endpaper, frontispiece slightly trimmed at top margin and small chips to lower margin, pale staining and age-browning to margins, last page has small chip to lower margin, the first and last few pages browned, outer margins slightly trimmed just affecting marginal notes, old ink name and date to first pastedown and free endpaper (William Stamps book 1818), some pages misnumbered by putting the wrong number at the front (166 instead of 66). A good complete copy of this scarce edition. See ESTC N20027. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST. Bookseller Inventory # 12491

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John Bunyan's a Pilgrim's Progress Retold (Galaxy Children's Large Print Books)

McCaughrean, Geraldine

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: Good. The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine. Bookseller Inventory # GOR005510444

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THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS

JOHN BUNYAN

Published by GEORGE NEWNES, LONDON (1901)

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Item Description: GEORGE NEWNES, LONDON, 1901. JAPANESE VELLUM. Book Condition: Near Fine. EDMUND J SULLIVAN (illustrator). Limited. Sensational two volume set, Number 4 of an edition limited to just 25. Beautiful books. Original full tan calf. Both volumes signed by Edmund J Sullivan. Each volume has a "vellucent" binding featuring a center panel in the pattern of a stained-glass window, onlaid with an original watercolor illustration of a heavily-burdened traveler, in the first volume on his own against a background sunburst inlaid in mother-of-pearl and on the second volume, at the foot of Christ on the cross. Both volumes copiously illustrated throughout. Incredibly rare to find both volumes together in this original state. Cedric Chivers (Bath) bindings. Signed by Illustrator(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000140

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The Characters in Pilgrim's Progress

Alexander Whyte

Published by Baker Book House

ISBN 10: 0801095107 ISBN 13: 9780801095108

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Item Description: Baker Book House. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0801095107

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JOHN BUNYAN'S PILGRIM'S PROGRESS

JOHN BUNYAN

Published by BRADBURY, EVANS & CO. (1870)

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Item Description: BRADBURY, EVANS & CO., 1870. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. LONDON, BRADBURY, EVANS & CO. circa 1870. DIMENSIONS: 10" x 7 3/4" x 1 1/2". 354pp. PAGES PRINTED IN RED AND BLACK. PRINTED ON HANDMADE WATERMARK PAPER. BOUND IN FULL BURGUNDY MOROCCO, GILT TOOLED GOLD/BLACK SPINE COVER, (5) RAISED BANDS WITH FLORAL MOTIF, SAME MOTIF AS WIDE BORDER ON FRONT/REAR BOARD FRAMED BY GREEK KEY DESIGN, BOARD EDGES GILT TOOLED, GILT LEAF EDGE, 18 ENGRAVED IMAGES THROUGHOUT BOOK, MARBLE ENDPAPERS. CONDITION: NEAR FINE; GENTLY RUBBED BOARD/SPINE COVER EDGES IN FEW AREAS. A FINE COPY. AN ELEGANTLY PRINTED VERSION OF BUNYAN'S CELEBRATED ALEGORICAL TALE OF CHRISTIAN THE PILGRIM ON HIS JOURNEY TO THE CELESTIAL CITY. ALONG THE WAY, CHRISTIAN ENCOUNTERS BOTH WORTHY COMPANIONS AND DREADFUL ADVERSARIES. Bookseller Inventory # 000286

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The Innocents Abroad or The New Pilgrim's Progress, By Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens). Australian Edition [Cheap Issue].

Twain, Mark [Samuel Clemens].

Published by George Robertson, 69 Elizabeth-St. [Printed by Walker, May and Co.], MDCCCLXX [1870] and MDCCCLXXI [1871]., Melbourne (1870)

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Item Description: George Robertson, 69 Elizabeth-St. [Printed by Walker, May and Co.], MDCCCLXX [1870] and MDCCCLXXI [1871]., Melbourne, 1870. Original Wraps. Book Condition: Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Three volumes in original yellow wrappers, 4.5" x 6.5". Extremely rare first Australian edition, printed in Melbourne without the illustrations that appeared in the American editions, in original publisher's yellow wrappers, with cover lettering in red & black and advertisements on rear covers (also in red & black lettering) for the one volume edition of Innocents Abroad, Twain's The Jumping Frog and Other Stories (published in wrappers) and Bret Harte's The Luck of Roaring Camp. Pagination as follows: Book I: New York to Venice (dated MDCCCLXX [1870] on title-page and MDCCCLXXI [1871] on cover): viii p. + p. 9-120; Book II: Venice to Ephesus (dated MDCCCLXXI [1871] on title-page and cover): [6] p. + p. 121-240; Book III: Syria, Palestine, Egypt and Home (also dated MDCCCLXXI [1871] on title-page and cover): [6] p. + p. 241-384. A spectacular survival and perhaps unique in this binding. Moderate foxing throughout; spines of all three volumes flaked; one-inch marginal tear on cover of Book I; nevertheless a tight, intact set. Contemporary owner's name ("Heath Villa, Double Bay") inscribed in sepia ink on covers of all three volumes and on title-pages of Books I and II. Double Bay is an Eastern suburb of Sydney; Heath Villa would probably have been a lodging house or hotel with a small library available for its clientele, which would explain why it was purchased in the "cheap issue" edition, rather than in the more expensive one-volume cloth edition advertised on the rear wrappers. The author's fame in Australia was both early and lasting; given the length of travel required between the U.S. and Australia at the time, the book's publication in Melbourne only a year after its initial publication in the States is extraordinary, and a testament to Twain's early celebrity abroad. Twain's later world lecture tour, including a successful visit to Australia in the 1890's, further cemented Twain's special relationship with his Australian readers. Bookseller Inventory # 005032

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INNOCENTS ABROAD OR THE NEW PILGRIMS' PROGRESS, BEING SOME ACCOUNT OF THE STEAMSHIP QUAKER CITY'S PLEASURE EXCURSION TO EUROPE AND THE HOLY LAND.|THE

Twain, Mark

Published by American Publishing Company, Hartford, CT (1869)

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Item Description: American Publishing Company, Hartford, CT, 1869. 8vo. cloth, spine and front cover gilt-stamped, all edges gilt. xviii, 19-651, (5) pages. First edition, second issue with page reference numbers on pp. xvii-xviii (McBride 7). Two illustrations precede title. Dedication, preface by the author, list of illustrations, table of contents. Advertisements follow text, including the Personal History of Ulysses S. Grant, used to identify the issue. An account of the author's travels through Europe and the Holy Land. Illustrations by Fay & Cox, New York, which assigned the task completing the majority of the illustrations to True Williams. See Barbara Schmidt, "The Life and Art of True W. Williams" in Mark Twain Journal 39:2 (Fall 2001), 1-60. Previous owner's name, with date of November 13, 1869, on front free endpaper, also includes gift inscription dated July 29, 1877. Professionally recased in original binding. cloth, spine and front cover gilt-stamped, all edges gilt. Bookseller Inventory # 121090

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The Pilgrim's Progress (The Christian Classics)

Bunyan, John

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Item Description: CBN University Press, 1978. Leather Bound. Book Condition: Good. Shipped within 24 hours. 100% Refund Guaranteed. Good copy with average wear. No dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # skuab6m0

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Pictorial Scenes from Pilgrim's Progress

CONDER, Claude Reignier

Published by Hodder & Stoughton, 1869 (1869)

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Item Description: Hodder & Stoughton, 1869, 1869. First Edition. A very good copy of this excessively scarce book, neatly rebacked with a recent spine and recased, with new endpapers, in the original tan bevelled boards gilt. The plates are in fine state. A youthful exercise by this noted Victorian archaeologist and explorer, cousin of Charles Conder, and one of the recent suspects for the true identity of Jack the Ripper. Bookseller Inventory # 33489

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The Pilgrim's Progress (The Christian Classics)

Bunyan, John

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Item Description: CBN University Press, 1978. Book Condition: Good. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Shipped quickly. Leather Bound. Used, good. Bookseller Inventory # 17317944

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THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS FROM THIS WORLD TO THAT WHICH IS TO COME.:

BUNYAN (JOHN.):SULLIVAN (E.J.)(Illust)

Published by London: George Newnes, 1901. (1901)

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Item Description: London: George Newnes, 1901., 1901. 2 Vols. 20 woodcuts by Edmund J. Sullivan. cr.8vo. (16.6 x 10cm) very fine tan morocco lavishly and intricately gilt in a"scottish wheel" design by Morell. Bookseller Inventory # 532000863

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Item Description: Leary & Getz, Philadelphia, 1857. First edition thus, 8vo, pp. 668, [32] Leary & Getz ads; wood-engraved presentation leaf, wood engraved frontispiece portrait and 15 wood- engraved plates, chromolithograph plate preceeding title page; publisher's full red morocco with elaborate pictorial gilt stamping on spine and both covers, a.e.g.; near fine, and bright. An excellent example of an super- delux American publisher's binding. Bookseller Inventory # 45933

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Item Description: American Publishing Company, Hartford, 1869. Brown Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. Two Hundred and Thirty-Four Illustrations (illustrator). First Edition, First Issue. 9 1/16" Tall. Scarce First Issue With American Publishing Company On Spine And At Top Of Publisher's Info On Title Page; 1869 Date On Title And Copyright Pages; No Illustration Of Napoleon Iii On P. 129; Missing Page Numbers In Table Of Contents; P. 643 Shows "Chapter Xli"; Text Ends P. 651 Followed By 5 Pages Of Ads With Personal History" On 3Rd Page Of Ads. Original Embossed Brown Cloth Covers With Original Spine With Gilt Lettering And Design, Gilt Present, Bright And Clear, But Not Entirely Brilliant, Professionally And Attractively Re-Backed In 2010 By Heritage Bindery Using The Original Boards And Backstrip From This Copy, Laying Down The Spine Over New Cloth With Some Minor Professional Repairs To The Edges. Small Triangular Loss Of Original Cloth At Bottom Of Spine, Also A Little At The Top, With Resulting Loss Of A Small Amount Of The Original Gilt Border At Top And Bottom Of Spine. New Brown Endpapers. Very Solid, Very Attractively Restored. Bookseller Inventory # 019326

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THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS FROM THIS WORLD TO THAT WHICH IS TO COME.

Bunyan, John.

Published by George Routledge printed by Ballantyne Hanson nd, London

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Item Description: George Routledge printed by Ballantyne Hanson nd, London. Book Condition: Fine, a brilliant copy. xvi, 379p. Illustrated with 14 etchings by William Strang. Bound by Riviere in full navy crushed morocco, a.e.g., the spine and upper cover with ruled borders and lovely floral decorations. Bookseller Inventory # 19656

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THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR

Bunyan, John.

Published by Hurst Robinson, London (1820)

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Item Description: Hurst Robinson, London, 1820. Small 8vo. xxiii, 376p. With DOUBLE FORE-EDGE PAINTINGS of "Church at Elston, Bucks" and "Bridge over Tiver Ouse at Bedforf". Boun din full red staright grained morocco, a.e.g., the spine richly gitl, the covers with borders in gilt and blind and with large central geometric design Some rubbing but quite sound and VG A New Edition: With Engravings from Designs by Richard Westall, R.A. Bookseller Inventory # 19850

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The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which is to Come, Delivered Under the Similitude of a Dream

Bunyan, John

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Item Description: David Bogue, London. Full-Leather. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. Hardback, published in London, England (no date). Bound in heavy-grained red morocco,blind-stamping" of line design onfront and back boards, gold-leaf design of a cross and a traveler's attire in the center of front and back boards, spine is decorated with gilt as well. The bind is a signed binding with stamp on the inside of the back board. There are many steel-engraved vignettes through out the entire book. The FORE-EDGE PAINTING is a VERTICAL PORTRAIT OF JOHN BUNYAN - mounted on a pedestal with a book and snake with an apple in its mouth. Excellent fine line detail. The paper between the front board and the front endpaper is cracked, but the hinge itself is tight and solid. There are tanning and foxing spots on some of the pages at the beginning and the end of the book, otherwise clean. Frontis picture of John Bunyan with tissue. The title of the spine is just The Pilgrims Progress by John Bunyan Illustrated Edition, whereas on the full title page, it states The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which is to Come, delivered under The Similitude of a Dream. wherein is discovered the manner of his setting out, his dangerous journey, and safe arrival at the desired country. by John Bunyan with Memoir of the author by George Cheever. and engravings on wood by G., E., and J. dalziel, from designs by William Harvery. Bookseller Inventory # 015912

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The Pilgrim's Progress

Bunyan, John

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Item Description: Cresset Press, London, 1928. Boards. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Hughes-Stanton, Blair (illustrator). 174 & 162 pages. Large 4to, 36 x 25 cm, ten full-page wood-engraved plates: six by Blair Huges-Stanton, and four by Gertrude Hermes. Printed by the Shakespeare Head Press under the direction of Bernard Newdigate. As Roderick Cave noted [see: THE PRIVATE PRESS, p.183], "As Colin Franklin has so well put it in a phrase in which he linked Morris, Cobden-Sanderson, Hornby, and Newdigate, the books appear as if the literary works were privately digested as well as printed, and presented in the form proper to them." Printed on Batchelor's Kelmscott hand-made paper in 18 pt. Cloister, in a Limited edition, copy 76 of 195, and bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe with the eight page prospectus for the publication laid-in. The text for Vol.I from the 11th edition, published 1688, which represents Bunyan's final revision; Vol.II taken from the 2nd edition, published 1687. Two small tears at endpapers of Vol. I repaired with archival tape. Spine slightly dried, bookplate Vol.I. Slight nick spine of one vol. Orig. thick black boards lettered in gilt. Teg. Very good in near fine slipcase. 2 vols. Bookseller Inventory # 15170

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Pilgrim's RE-gress; or a Modern Pilgrim's Progress

Lewis, C. S.

Published by Sheed and Ward (1935)

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Item Description: Sheed and Ward, 1935. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. An exceptionally uncommon Lewis, the first American edition, published by Sheed And Ward in 1935. A curious publishing history. The title page declares the publication year of 1935 ( with copyright page devoted entirely to the statement ' Printed in Great Britain ', ) The book is clearly a war era production ( or at least a United Kingdom war era production. ) It would appear that Sheed and Ward took remaining sheets from the first British edition and bound and issued them in 1942. The front panel notes Lewis's authorship of The Screwtape Letters ( 1942 ). The entire rear panel is an exerpt from Caryll Houselander's This War is the Passion. ( Published by Sheed and Ward in 1941 ) The book is bound in the publisher's red boards lettered in black. The book itself is near fine with just a trace of wear to the spine ends. The dust jacket is near fine with light shipping to the head of the spine and the tips and a tiny nick to the base of the rear panel. Bookseller Inventory # 004501

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THE PILGRIMS PROGRESS. From this world to that which he is to come.

BUNYAN. JOHN.; Essex House Press.

Published by Essex House Press. London.,1899 (1899)

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Item Description: Essex House Press. London.,1899, 1899. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Limited Edition. LIMITED EDITION. Small 8vo. (6 x 4.5 inches). Woodcut frontis by Pre-Raphaelite artist Reginald Savage. Text printed in red and black. One of 750 numbered copies printed at the Press of the Guild of Handicraft, Ltd., under the supervision of C. R. Ashbee. A clean tight copy in original white stiff vellum binding with black lettering to the spine. The binding has some minor rubbbing but overall the book is near fine.: Bookseller Inventory # 7808

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The Pilgrim’s Progress, From this World to that which is to Come. Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream . The thirty-sixth edition.

Bunyan (John)

Published by Glasgow: Printed by John Robertson and sold at his shop 1768 (1767)

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Item Description: Glasgow: Printed by John Robertson and sold at his shop 1768, 1767. 3 parts in one vol., the first part illustrated with 12 primitive full-page woodcuts, pp. [ii, blank], 264; [i, extra general title dated 1768], 166; 151, [1], 12mo, original publisher’s plain calf, raised bands on spine, worn at extremities, short splits at either end of upper joint, snag at head of spine, old (near-contemporary) repair to lower cover by sewing, and traces of stitching around about a quarter of the edge, contemporary ownership inscription on recto of first leaf of Hannah Casson of Darfield Bridge (Yorks), the inscription repeated but ending with the more colloquial ‘Brigge’, good Glasgow was the second provincial city (after Shrewsbury) to issue an edition of Pilgrim’s Progress, in 1717, and second only to Edinburgh (first 1759) in the number of editions published. Before 1773 these Glasgow editions are recorded in only one or two locations in ESTC, in one case three; the present edition NLS and Auckland only. John Robertson published 15 editions between 1755 and 1795. (ESTC T20085). Bookseller Inventory # 49028

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The Pilgrim's Progress from this World to that which is to come.

BUNYAN, JOHN:

Published by 1778 (1778)

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Item Description: 1778, 1778. 2 parts in one. London: Trapp & Hogg 1778. With engraved portrait, 1 folding map & 15 engraved plates. XVI + 198; [12] + 177 pp. Bound in nice contemporary polished calf, spine, edges, and boards gilt. Nicely restored. Old name on titlepage. * Published 100 years after the first edition. Bookseller Inventory # 108127

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The Innocents Abroad or The New Pilgrim’s Progress

Twain, Mark (Samuel L. Clemens)

Published by (Melbourne: Printed by Walker, May and Co. for George Robertson: 1870) Australian Edition. Ferguson 8376. Gilt pictorial green cloth lettered in gilt on spine (that is, hard covers) pp. xviii, 9-384. ‘Bound Geo. Robertson Melbourne’ sticker on rear fixed endpaper. Top edge uncut. (1870)

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Item Description: (Melbourne: Printed by Walker, May and Co. for George Robertson: 1870) Australian Edition. Ferguson 8376. Gilt pictorial green cloth lettered in gilt on spine (that is, hard covers) pp. xviii, 9-384. ‘Bound Geo. Robertson Melbourne’ sticker on rear fixed endpaper. Top edge uncut., 1870. Wear to head and foot of spine, external hinges and corners of boards; ink stains to front board; inner hinges split; a few marks to lower edge; generally a very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 211707

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The Pilgrim's Progress

BUNYAN (John)

Published by Henry Frowde, London (1903)

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Item Description: Henry Frowde, London, 1903. George Cruikshank (illustrator). Limited Edition. Illustrated with 25 drawings by George Cruikshank from the collection of Edwin Truman. Limited edition of 1000 copies. 8vo. Bound c.2001 by Bayntun-Riviere in full tan morocco, the covers with a gilt fillet border, the spine lettered and dated in gilt with one line panels, blind tooled centre tools and tooled bands, hand-marbled endleaves, top edge gilt, others uncut. Bookseller Inventory # 2357

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The Pilgrim's Progress

BUNYAN (John)

Published by T.C. and E.C. Jack, London, [c.1910]

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Item Description: T.C. and E.C. Jack, London, [c.1910]. Byam Shaw (illustrator). Illustrated by Byam Shaw with 30 full-page colour plates. 8vo. Newly bound by Bayntun-Riviere in full brown morocco, the covers with a gilt fillet border, the spine lettered in gilt on colourful leather labels with one line panels and tooled bands, hand-marbled endleaves, gilt edges. Bookseller Inventory # 3835

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The Innocents Abroad - or - The New Pilgrims' Progress

Twain, Mark

Published by American Publishing Company, Hartford (1870)

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Item Description: American Publishing Company, Hartford, 1870. Publisher's Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. First Edition - Later Issue. Though bearing prior owners' notations, it is worthwhile to note that the stamp at the first (blank) page is that of Cassius M. Clay, then of Mexico, Missouri, prior to his career as an abolitionist and statesman, with the inscription of his father, Green Clay, at the title page, dated 1870 with a given location of St. Louis. Recently restored by Lawrence Yerkes, this copy bears tidy page repair at the front free endpaper and upper first (blank) page, some cloth replacement at spine heel and head, and refinishing at the board corners. The pages are clean save for a very few scattered instances of foxing, a few small and light spots of dust soil at the head edge of the page block, and an ink spot at the foreedge of the page block intruding barely a millimeter into the leaf faces; the tissue guard at the double frontis shows some foxing with related discolouration in the margins of the frontis pages. The binding is remarkably tight, the impressed publisher's logo and decoration at fore and rear beautifully intact, the gilt at the front only very slightly darkened, the gilt at the spine showing some spots of rubbing obscuring a few letters but largely intact. The rear board shows a dark spot at the right and some modest, gentle spotting at left, uppers, and lowers, matched on the front and there showing some areas of surface attenuation and a little rising of the cloth at the lower left front, but the cloth remains overall quite stunningly attractive. Later issue of first edition. 234 black-and-white plate illustrations; double frontis; 651pp + five pages of ads.; pages xvii and xviii of the table of contents have page numbers; last entry on page xviii ends with the word "conclusion"; engraved portrait of Napoleon III at p.129; heading on p. 643 is "CHAPTER LXI"; third page of printed ads begins with "Personal History of Ulysses S. Grant.". Bookseller Inventory # 030000

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Pilgrim's Progress

Bunyon, John; with original notes by the Rev. Thomas Scott

Published by L. and G. Seeley. London (1811)

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Item Description: L. and G. Seeley. London, 1811. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 5th or later edition. "John Bunyan could be said to have authored one of the most influential books in the English language. But 'The Pilgrim's Progress' is so much more than an historical novel. Bunyan's plan for his readers is for them to travel through this book as an adventure through the Christian life.The story of Christian and his companions has been a favourite for generations. John Bunyan's imaginative text brings out the same, practical, necessary lessons that everyone needs to know - both today and yesterday." [Pub. Info] Full leather, fine in all respects except the front inside hinge is loose; and absolutely beautiful copy. 8TH EDITION. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 946RED-3419

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