Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1864
Soft cover. Condition: VG. 17pp story, printed in double columns, illustrated with 2 characteristic Harper's engraving, salvaged from a damaged issue of Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume XXIX, Nos. 170 and 171, July / August, 1864. The first appearance of this story that would later appear in the collection, The Unkind Word And Other Stories, NY: Harper & Brothers, 1870. Housed in protective mylar report cover.
Published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1920
Seller: S. Howlett-West Books (Member ABAA), Modesto, CA, U.S.A.
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. Reprint. B&W Illustrations; This book is in Very Good+ condition and is lacking a dust jacket. The book and its contents are in mostly clean, bright condition. The spine ends and corners of the book covers have some light bumping and rubbing. There is some light rubbing to the spine joints as well. The text pages are clean and bright. There is a previous owner's inked name on the front endpaper. "Dinah Maria Craik (born Dinah Maria Mulock, also often credited as Miss Mulock or Mrs. Craik) (20 April 1826 12 October 1887) was an English novelist and poet. She is best remembered for her novel John Halifax, Gentleman, which presents the ideals of English middle-class life." (from Wikipedia).
Published by Homewood Publishing Company, Chicago, 1902
Hardcover. Condition: Good. White cloth with gilt lettering and elaborate decoration, full-color pasted paper cover illustration. Spine slightly darkened, minor general soil to white boards. Decorated endpapers. Previous owner signature to second front endpaper. Starting at endpaper. Frontis photograph of Mulock. Illustrated with thre wonderful plates. Text is clean and bright, no marks. Lovely pocket-sized book.
Published by Homewood Publishing Company, 1902
hardcover. Condition: Used, very good. Very Good condition. Small white hardcover with elaborate gold cover design and paste-on of boy in blue playing a horn; 1902, Homewood Publishing, Slight wear, cover a little soiled by use, small dampstain on outer edge of rear cover, name in light pencil on second page, binding square and tight, **We provide professional service and individual attention to your order, daily shipments, and sturdy packaging. FREE TRACKING ON ALL SHIPMENTS WITHIN USA. ** Your purchase supports our town's public library.
Publication Date: 1871
Hardcover. Condition: Poor. Due to age and/or environmental conditions, the pages of this book have darkened. Former library book. Has been repaired by replacing the spine and meanding the hinges. Has been glued back into its covers after being shaken loose. The hinges have been meanded preserving the original covers and spine. Boards are moderate to severely edgeworn. Binding is very loose. Some pages are falling out. Shows more than the usual amount of shelf wear. Please note the image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item. Ex-Library.
Published by Everyman's Library - J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. / E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., London / New York, 1946
Seller: Bluebird Books (RMABA, IOBA), Littleton, CO, U.S.A.
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+. A 1946 reprint of the 1906 issuance. An Everyman's Library edition of the author's 1856 novel, centered around an orphan boy who is determined to make something of himself. The author, Dinah Maria Craik, often wrote under her maiden name of Miss Mulock. With an introduction by Joseph Shaylor. Everyman's Library #123 in their Fiction series, edited by Ernest Rhys. --- In Everyman's Library binding style 3 with full carmine cloth and gilt-stamped spine titling; blindstamped Eric Ravilious-designed 'shell' to cover and brown topstain. Red jacket features Ravilious knot to cover. --- A clean, unmarked, tightly-bound copy. Somewhat brittle jacket with a large chunk missing from head of spine, otherwise intact and protected in removable mylar wrapper.; 16mo - 6 to 7 in. tall; xi, 421 pages.
Published by C. Arthur Pearson Ltd., London UK, 1900
Hard Back/Hard Cover. Condition: Good ++. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket. Illustrated by H.M. Brock (illustrator). 416 pages. B&W plates by H. M. Brock - frontispiece detached. No dustjacket. No date but looks late19th/early 20th century. Clean red binding with dulled gilt decoration & lettering to spine. Some wear/frays to spine-ends & boards' corners, light rubbing of boards' edges. Prelims & endpapers, page-edges lightly browned o/w contents clean.
Published by The Goldsmith Publishing Company, Chicago, 1935
Cloth. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Small 8vo, red cloth with black spine and cover lettering, 8 B&W full-page delicate line drawings by Dorothy Todd, Mylar-protected pictorial dust jacket (unclipped) of a colorfully-dressed queenly Renaissance woman holding the little lame prince who pats a warhorse, [viii] + 222 pages. Exceptional Condition! As is to be expected, uniform age-toning to all pages. Solid copy in Best Available Condition! This Goldsmith edition reprinting the 1875 classic is undated. Based upon the artistry of the dj and Todd's illustrations, and that Grosset & Dunlop published their edition around 1925, we suggest a date of 1926-1936. "Miss Mulock" (Dinah Maria Craik, born Dinah Maria Mulock, also wrote as "Mrs. Craik" in many works of fiction and poetry--many being for children. 1 standard medium age-toning to the contents paper and endpapers, and - no other flaws. First Goldsmith Edition: An Early 20th Century Reprint of the 1875 First Edition.
Published by Seeley, Service, n.d. [c.1910], 1910
Hardcover. Condition: Very good copy. H M Brock (illustrator). First edition thus. 'The Illustrated Scarlet Library' series. 195 x 124mm, vertically-ribbed scarlet cloth lettered & decorated in gilt on spine & upper cover, pp.416, 8 full-page line-drawn illustrations (including frontispiece) ) 32pp publishers' catalogues. Blank before half-title pasted to front pastedown, concealing bookplate. Author's name on spine given as 'Mrs Craik'. Not listed in Peppin & Micklethwait.
Published by Rand McNally Co, Chicago New York London, 1909
Cloth. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Hope Dunlap (illustrator). First Edition. Tall 8vo, dark green textured cloth with red borders & illuminated title & inset small rectangular colored illustration on front cover, numerous full color (poorly registered) illustrations by Hope Dunap, [viii] + 121 pages. Good +/VG Condition! Three tiny chips from inlaid colored illustration on the front cover. Cloth is rubbed and tired. Contents clean. The registration of the color illustrations seems a bit off. As is to be expected, uniform age-toning to all pages. Solid copy! "Miss Mulock" (Dinah Maria Craik, born Dinah Maria Mulock, also wrote as "Mrs. Craik" in many works of fiction and poetry--many being for children. See also our copy of The Little Lame Prince illustrated by Dorothy Todd.
Published by The Goldsmith Publishing Co., Chicago, 1935
Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Dorothy Todd; Grotta (illustrator). Near Fine book in about Very Good jacket. See scans and description. Chicago: The Goldsmith Publishing Co.; undated, but circa 1935. An early twentieth-centruy reprint of the 1875 children's title, 'The Little Lame Prince', by the very prolific Miss Mulock (Dinah Maria Craik, born Dinah Maria Mulock, credited under all these names and also often credited as Mrs. Craik in her many works of fiction and poetry, much of which was for children. 12mo, illustrated jacket by 'Grotta" (eight interior line-drawing illustrations by Dorothy Todd), red cloth boards with black spine and cover imprinting, 4 + 222 pp. A Near Fine book, showing just modest push at spine ends (scan), standard medium age-toning to the contents paper and endpapers, and - no other flaws. Very sharp, for such an inexpensively produced edition. Jacket is Very Good, with spine end roughening and not much else to point to (see scans). For the collector. Ships in a new, sturdy, protective box - not a bag. LG13.
Published by Harper & Brothers,, New York,, 1873
HC. 310 pp., Green cloth over board, gilt titles. Worn at edges, bruised corners. otherwise good to v.g.
Published by Harper & Brothers,, New York,, 1871
HC. 260 pp., Green cloth over board, gilt titles. Light wear at edges, small piece lacking at foot of spine. O/w v.g. solid copy.
Published by Harper & Brothers,, New York,, 1872
HC. 301 pp., Green cloth over board, gilt titles. Light wear at edges.
Published by Harper & Brothers,, New York,, 1974
HC. 277 pp. + catalogue, Green cloth over board with gilt titles, uniform with other titles listed of "Miss Mulock's Works." Light wear along edges, small spot on front cover, o/w good +.
Published by Without date or place. On envelope with printed address 'Far Country | Kitchens Lane | Mt. Airy Penna.'
Written lengthwise on front of a 9 x 15.5 cm. envelope. In good condition, lightly aged. Reads: 'A. E. W. | I had a list of the autographs in thy literary collection but unfortunately have mislaid it. If there is a duplicate it wont make any difference because this is an uncessary little note of | D. M. C.' The page also carries annotations in another hand in light pencil.
Published by Berlin, Verlag von Borstell & Reimarus., 1894
3. Auflage. 2 Bände. , 474, ; , 463 S. Original-Halbleinenbände mit dreiseitigem Rotschnitt u. Goldprägung. Schiefgelesen, Gelenke gelockert, das vordere von Band 1 stärker, dort ein fliegendes Vorsatzblatt lose. Leicht gebräunt, Äusseres leicht fleckig, abgegriffen u. bestossen. Versandkosten wegen des hohen Gewichts innerhalb Deutschlands EUR 5,00.
Published by On letterhead of the Corner House Shortlands R. O. Kent. 8 January, 1887
Manuscript / Paper Collectible
3pp., 16mo. Bifolium on grey paper. In fair condition, lightly aged, with slight glue staining at margin of second leaf. The letter begins: 'Dear Miss Anderson, | I did not write though I conclude you have long been home but you are always busy - & so am I.' She will not 'have finished her book' for another two weeks, when she will be 'free to think of other things'. Then she would 'much like to have a serious talk' with her 'about the play'. She asks to be informed when Anderson will be in London, failing which she 'would not mind to run down to Tunbridge Wells if it could be done in a few hours & your house is not very far from the Station'. She ends with 'every good New Year's wish for your health, happiness, & worldly prosperity'.
Published by Wildwood North End Hampstead. 14 August, 1856
Manuscript / Paper Collectible
1p, 16mo. In good condition, lightly aged, with slight damage to blank reverse caused by removal from mount. Reads: 'Dear Mrs. Suckling if it be you that is C. S. - I can't come into Town but shall always be glad to see you here.'.
Published by Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1893
Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., New York & Boston (1893). 198 pages. NearFine Hardcover, no dj. Marbled paper covered boards, SeaGreen cloth spine with Gilt title and decoration. Minimal edge wear. Clean Unmarked throughout. Strong Tight binding and hinges. 6.75"x4.75"x0.8". be15766.
Published by Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, New York, 1897
Seller: Reeve & Clarke Books (ABAC / ILAB), South River, ON, Canada
Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Alice Barber Stephens (illustrator). First Crowell Edition. an attractive binding; a reprint of the Hurst & Blackett 1856 first edition publication which was a three decker in the 3 volume format; publisher's gray cloth; lettering in gilt on spine and on front cover; art nouveau design in white, green and gilt on spine and front cover; 540 pages; illustrated; hinges tight; top edge gilt; minimal edge rubbing; all 18 full page plates in monochrome, including frontispiece, by illustrator Alice Barber Stephens are present in excellent condition.